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April 16, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 6

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SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 16 · 1936 CORNERSTONE OF NEW BUILDING IS LAID IN CAPITAL Roosevelt Pledges Renewed Efforts at Conserving U. S. Resources. WASHINGTON, Iff)--The cornerstone of the new $12,000,000 interior department building was laid Thursday by President Roosevelt who pledged renewed federal efforts to conserve the nation's natural resources. "As T view this serviceable new structure," the president said, "I Jike to think of it as symbolical of the nation's vast resources that we are sworn to protect and this stone that I am about to lay, as the cornerstone of a conservation policy that will guarantee to future Amer- icans the richness of their heritage." Secretary Ickes, summarizing efforts to prevent waste of natural resources on both private land and the public domain, called his chief "the greatest conservationist in American history." Use Washington Trowel. Members of the cabinet, and other officials looked on as the president, using the trowel with, which George Washington laid the cornerstone of the capitol building in 1793, sealed within the foundation stone of the huge new structure an American flag, a Bible, a pamphlet on the constitution, a bronze medalion o£ himself, an autographed photograph of Ickes and records showing present activities of the interior department Ickes traced the history of the department from its creation in 1849, then appealed to congress to change its name to that of the "conservation department" and thus "reverse the policy of exploitation that has existed before." "Every American who loves his country," the president said, "should take to heart the earnest plea of the secretary of the interior for a vigorous, continuing national policy of conservation. As for myself I am dedicated in this case. Bountifully Endowed. "A nation less bountifully endowed than ours without a national policy of conservation would have ceased to exist long ago. The remarkable thing was that the people of the United States were so complacent for so long in the face of exploitation, waste and mismanagement, yes. even larceny of the natural wealth that belonged to all the people." Reminding that the building was financed with a PWA allotment, Mr. Roosevelt said it was -a part of a program "which has already been successful .in aiding the return of the nation to better times." Ickes said that "more has been done during the slightly more than three years of the present administration in the direction of preserving and rebuilding the natural resources of America than has been done in any comparable time in our history." He listed new deal conservation activities, "implemented" with the labor of the civilian conservation corps, as: Eliminate Over-Grazing. Elimination of ' over-grazing on public land; efforts to combat soil erosion; acquisition of new national parks and forests and reforestra- tion- the Guffey coal act; the oil administration and the Connally act; control of water resources through such means as Boulder dam and tie Tennessee Valley authority; purchase and withdrawal from cultivation of unproductive land; additional wild life and bird refuges and efforts to combat stream pollution. A bill to rename the interior department was introduced by Senator Lewis (D-D1.) last year. Ickos said passage "would be declaratory of the intention of the United States government henceforth to go forward with a policy of conservation of our natural resources." Frederick A. Delano, an uncle of the president and chairman of the National Qapital Park and Planning commission, was master of ceremonies. 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Burke* living southwest or Mason City, is supervisor of tea rooms for several Ford Hopkins stores in Illinois. She was promoted to this position from fountain manager at DLvon, III. She is a graduate of the Mason City high school and junior college and she also attended Hamilton school of commerce. 0 BURY EVANS AT ARLINGTON letired Navy Officer Dies at Des Moines at Home of His Niece. DES MOINES, (SI--The body Of apt. Waldo Evans, retired II. S. avy officer, will be taken to Wasn- ngton, D. C., Friday night for ^ urial in Arlington cemetery where j is wife is buried. | Captain Evans, one time gover- or of the American Samoa t and 'irgin islands, died here Wednes- ay at the home of his niece, Mrs. Villiam T. S'hermah, at the age of 6. He. suffered a paralytic stroke in December and never fully recovered nd had been in ill health since the eath of his wife a year ago in an :ident in California. His of- ficial residence was at Grinnell, tie home of his parents. In the navy 46 years, Captain Evans was detailed to American Samoa in 1920 as a naval governor. Five years later he retired but was persuaded to remain in service and was sent to the Virgin Islands as naval governor for four years. He retired in 1931. After two years touring Europe with his wife, he came to Des Moines where he lived a year before going to San Diego, Cat, where be and his wife lived before her death. Ackley Company Gets Contract at Anamosa ANAMOSA, Ufi -- The Jones county board of supervisors awarded C. C. Larson of Council Bluffs the general contract work on the $165,000 county courthouse. His bid was $139,173. The electrical contract went to the Metcalf Electric company of Anamosa for $4,398. 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J., acted as junior cc-consecrator. Church dignitaries present besides the papal delegate were: Francis J. Beckman, archbishop of Dubuque; Matthias C. Lenihan, archbishop of Preslavo; Samuel A. Stritch, archbishop of Milwaukee, and Edward D. Howard, archbishop .of Portland, Ore., who delivered the sermon. Three Candidates for Congress File Their Nomination Papers DES MOINES, (.39--Three candidates for republican nominations to congress in the June primaries, John N. Calhoun of Keosauqua, John W. Gwynne of Waterloo, and Leon L. Poston of Davenport, filed their nomination papers Thursday with the secretary of state. Also on file today were the papers of George R. Call of Sioux City candidate for the republican nomination for governor; U. A. Screech- field of Davenport, farmer-labor candidate for .attorney general, and Lottie Griebel of Davenport, fariner- labor candidate.for state representative. Hugh W. Lundy (R.) of Albia and J. Wilbur Dole (D) of Fairfield filed for their respective party nominations to the state senate. Filings for state representative included: . . . . Democrats--George W. Groves, Webster City; Lloyd Woods, Osceola; J. E. Craven, Kellogg; William Paisley, Donnellson; Paul Freeburn, Davenport. Republicans--Arch W. McFarlane, Waterloo; Frank H. Hopp, Minden; Henry W. Burma, Allison; Howard Hughes, Boone; William J. Kueneman, North English; E. J. McQuat- ters, Northwood: Dewey E. Goode. Bloomfield: A. B. Calmer. Manson and John R. Jrwin, Keokuk. Motives for Suicide Bombing Revealed in Eight Rambling Notes LOS ANGELES, (/Pi--Eight rambling notes gave police a: clear picture Thursday of Dr. W. D. Moriarity's motives-for destroying him- helf with a home-made oomb, but why he didn't spare his wife remained a puzzle. The author and economist, a member of the University of Southern California faculty, wrote of recent financial reverses and "so many crooks that I have been mixed up with in these deals," but the notes indicated he had no intention of killing Mrs. Mortality, officers said. Two friends who had taken the couple for a drive also were injured when the 59 year old teacher touched off the death dealing blast in his own'hands. New Organization of Optometrists Formed DES MOINES, ;B--Past presidents and secretaries of the Iowa Optometric association, forming a new organization here, elected Dr. H D. Holmes of DCS Moincs, president; Dr. W. B. Ankcny of Corning, vice president and Dr. George L. Goodalc of Lenox, secretary. We Are the "CLEAN-UP GANG" Springtime is the time to make the dirt and dust fly. We have a gang of willing workers--willing to serve you day or night for all kinds of dusting, cleaning, scrubbing or what have you. 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