The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 12, 1934 · Page 7
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April 12, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

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SEVEN APRIL 12 1934 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETfE ARBOR DAY FOR IOWA ANNOUNCED Proclamation for Observance Is Issued by Governor Clyde L. Herring. DES MOINES, April 12. UW--The following proclamation, calling for observance of Arbor day, Friday, April 27, was issued today by Gov. Clyde L. Herring Whereas, it has been the custom for many years to set apart a day in which to call attention and pay tribute to the economic value and the friendly kindliness of trees, and Whereas the work of reforestation is proceeding more widely, scientifically and resultfully in Iowa today than ever before, and, Tree Planting Stressed. Whereas, the planting and care of trees has been proved to have a permanent value in the prevention of erosion and the preservation of soil fertility, and Whereas Iowa, although often erroneously called a prairie state, has still remaining many magnificent trees centuries old and is preserving native timber of many species and varieties, and Toct Is Quoted. Whereas, there is coming to be a general belief in the truth of the words of the poet: "He that plantetli a tree is the servant of God, He provideth a kindness for many generations, And faces that he hath not seen shall bless him." Now, therefore, I, Clyde L. Her ring, governor of the State of Iowa do hereby, designate and declare. Friday, April 27, 1931 as Arbo: Day And call upon the teachers am pupils of the public schools to par ticipate in special exercises in tri bute to the utility and beauty o trees and to the necessity of the! planting and care; and invite citi SAFE IN JUNGLE 1 DON'T MIND DISHES- BUT HOW I HATE His familiarity with the country is believed to have enabled Newton C. Marshall, Milwaukee. Wis., mining engineer, sole survivor of a transport plane crash, to exist for three and one-half ·weeks in the Chaco jungles of the Andes mountains, until found by Indians. Scarcely able to talk when found, Marshall revealed that his four companions were dead. _ GET REPORTS ON CORN CONTRACTS Board Chairman Says All But 10 Counties Have Sent in Contracts. DES MOINES, April 12. CT)-Leslie M. Carl, chairman of the state corn-hog board of review, today reported that all hut about 10 counties have turned in their corn- iog contracts and about hnlf have undergone the preliminary check on accuracy of figures. · He said that the board of review. composed of Mr. Carl, R. M. Evans, chairman of the state corn-hog committee, and J. L. Boatman, extension soils specialist at Iowa State college, is holding daily meetings to go over the contracts. The board is making an analysis of the contracts to determine the accuracy of statements and setting- up data to check against the corn- hog production figures reported by signers. Mr. Carl said that it is too early to make any reasonably accurate statements on the analyses of contracts thus far made. The board of review will make recommendations to county allotment committees as to the amount of adjustment in figures in each county, but the actual adjustment will be left to the county committee, according to AAA rulings. Data being used here to check against the contract figures are obtained from state and federal census figures, government estimates and pig surveys. Dumont Woman (jets Ulvrrce. ALLISON, April 12.--Lena Goodsell was awarded a divorce from Fay F. Goodsell, Dumont. Mrs. Goodsell was given custory of the two minor children and ?500 alimony and support money. Kcturn to Chicago. BELMOND--Mr. and Mrs. Merrold Stapley and Miss Evelyn Slap- ley returned to their home in Chicago after a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stapley. Attorneys Preferred as Officers of Iowa U Alumni Association IOWA CITY, April 12.--Attorneys still are preferred as officers of' the University of Iowa's alumni issociation. Following the trend of recent years the graduates have elected eight' law college alumni to positions, while the other nine officers represent three colleges. Headed by President Charles M. Dutcher of Iowa City, law graduate of 1S94, the legal profession is represented by one vice president, three of the five district directors, two members of the five-man nominat- ing committee, and one regional director. Six graduates of liberal arts, two engineering, and one medicine were chosen as other officers. All of the 17 men and women will take their positions June 2 at commencement's alumni clay. Former Resident Burled. CLAKKSVILLE, April 12.--The body of Mrs. Sumner Shadbolt. 80, was brouht from Minneapolis where she died, and committal services were held at Lynwood cemetery Tuesday afternoon. She waa formerly Louise Peterson. If it gels to a point where a farmer is fined for producing too much he can practice non-resistance on the weeds.--Wlchltii Eagle. Alia Vista Commercial Club Renames Weber Head ALTA VISTA. April 12--Alta Vista will celebrate July Fourth It was decided at the meeting of the Commercial club here Monday night. Chairman E J. Weber was asked to select the executive committee. He wns re-elected president; Ernest Schulz succeeded Joe Menges as vice president, D. B. Stubbs was again elected secretary and B. J. Dockerdorf was re-elected treasurer. A returned missionary says that he felt safer in the Kongo jungle than on a Texas highway. Well, he could guess which way a lion would jump.--San Antonio Express. YOU OUGHT TO USE RIHSO. IT SOAKS OFF GREASE AND SAVES UDTS OF WORK j f lUGH IN HALM riME-WITH i 0! AND IT'S SO) (ONTHE HANDS) _-^ R lNSO/oafa out dirt--saves scrubbing and boiling. Clothes come 4 or 5 shades -whiter, safily! They last 2 or 3 times longer this "scrubless" way.You'U save maney! BinsO gives a. lot of creamy suds--ivm in hardest vatir. Great in washers, too. TryRinso now. AMERICA'S BIGGEST-SELLING PACKAGE SOAP zens generally to a consideration of tree culture, beauty and value, and ask them to plant new trees and replace old trees wherever possible, to the end that the words of the Scripture may be fulfilled "In the place where the tree falleth, there it shall be." 22 Iowa Counties Pledged to Start Work-Relief Plans DES MOINES, April 12. (!P-Twenty-two Iowa counties today were pledged to take action to institute a work-relief program in place of direct relief for their unemploy- d, following a series of conferences ritb Iowa emergency relief officials. While the conferences continued oday, four additional counties were xpected to give definite word on ie matter. Chickasaw, Woodbury, Davis, Pot- awattamie, Clarke, Scott, Clay and Crawford counties joined the work- elief yesterday, while Wapello, Clayton, Cherokee and Dallis coun- ies took the matter back home for urther consideration. Clinton Expects More Than 5,000 at Various Conventions in Summer CLINTON. April 12. UP)--More than 0,000 convention visitors are expected in Clinton during the sum- ner. The Veterans of Foreign vvars state convention June 7-9 is expected to bring between 2,000 and 3,000 visitors. The auxiliary of the organization also will convene. The annual convention of the Juvenile Fidelity Life lodges is expected to bring about 1,000 young people and their advisors to Clinton and Fulton, 111., June 26, July 1. On May 13 there will be Knights Templar conclave with 1,000 guests expected from-Iowa and Illinois. A district convention of Rebekah lodges from Clinton, Jackson and Scott counties also will be held here May 2. About 500 are expected. Twenty-one chapters of P. E. 0. sisterhood will entertain the state convention May 8-10. The Iowa Conference of Augustana Synod will convene April 18-22. The June meeting of Iowa Composing Room executives association will be held June 11-12. 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Much of this type of burning is being done, robbing nesting upland game and waterfowl of a place to raise a brood, it was said. Burning encourages a heavier growth later but every effort should be made to reduce the amount of burning during the nesting season. Much of the burning now- being done is of no value to the landowner and could be spared. In the game survey of the state conducted by game experts it was definitely reported that decreased populations of game was due to the lack of cover, nesting areas and food. The game management plan as is being carried out by the Fish and Game commission seeks to replace as much of the natural conditions for the game as possible and encourages an increase of game through this medium. Most landowners located in game management areas have been following out the recommendations made by the deputy wardens and game experts about burning and are leaving good nesting cover. But many who are not acquainted with the program have been burning indiscriminately and the Fish and Game commission asks that they as sist in the program and offer their co-operation by sending a representative to call on them to explain the plan and to supervise the burning which must be done. GROUND an G and FIRM LY PACKED Luckies are a|/-waX£ kin to your f/iroaf Luckies are always in all-ways kind to your throat. made so round, so firm, so fully packed-no loose For every Lucky is made of the choicest of ripe, ends. That's why Luckies "keep in cond,t,on mellow Turkish ond domestic tobaccos-ond only -do not have that objectionable tendency to the clean center leaves-.hey taste bette,Then,"!f's dry out, an important point to every smoker. t oasted"-for throot protection. And every Lucky is Luckies are always in all-ways kind to your throat. 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