U. S. Forest Addition
Sought to Preserve
In Michigan Urged by
Completion of another great Na
tional Forest to preserve the natural
heritage of the American people is
in the offing. ,
Legislative wheels are being oiled
on Capitol Hill to save another large
portion of "Hiawathaland" — the
Shining Big Sea Water immortalized
in Longfellow's poem.
Representative Frank E. Hook,
Democrat, of Michigan and a mem
ber of the House Agriculture Com
mittee, said vesterday he will call
public hearings within three weeks
on his bill tinder which the Govern
ment would acquire, at a cost of
$10,000,000, land lying in Northern
Michigan between the Wisconsin
Terrier. Lake Superior and the
Keweenaw Peninsula to complete
Ottawa National Forest.
Mr. Hook introduced the measure
at thp last Congress, but it was not
reported out of committee. He hopes
for its passage in this session, he
At me present time tnis tract,
wherein is one of the few stands of
virgin timber left east of the Rockies,
is the only large national forest
acquisition belore the Agriculture
Committee. Its purchase would pro
vide economic security for the in
habitants of the area and at the
Fame time provide unparalleled rec
retation facilities for populous Lake
State cities, Mr. Hook contends.
Valuable for Timber.
The area of the proposed Ottawa
National Forest is 1.743,308 acres. Of
this 568.820 acres have been bought
or will be purchased by the Govern
ment. leaving 812.254 acres to be
Acquired. The area comprises parts
of Baraga. Gogebic. Houghton, Iron
and Ontonagon Counties.
The area is described as broken
ter rain abounding in lakes, woods,
streams, fish and game. In its
northwestern portion lie the Porcu
pine Mountains, rising to more than
2.000 feet. From this high land the
area drains into Lake Superior. Lake*
Michigan and the Mississippi River.
However. Mr Hook pointed out
yesterday, about 90 per cent of the
land is chiefly valuable for timber
resources. These are at present
bring lumbered by the old "clear all"
method by private companies and
the wooded part of the area is im
mediately threatened with the de
duction which commonly follows
tins tvpe of logging operation—no
treps left for seed, danger of raging
fires, soil erosion and attendant
diminution of fish and game stocks.
He said that most of the land
already acquired is cut-over land
and that the land supporting timber
growth is still open to private ex
Would Relieve Unemployment.
“Unless this uncut area is saved
by Government purchase." Mr. Hook
said, "the area will go the way of
so many Lake State sections now
barren and desolate since the days
when the great mill towns of Michi
gan were built on 40 solid feet of
In addition to conservational rea
sons for completing purchase of the
area. Mr. Hook and Forest Service
officials say the project would alle
viate the unemployment and relief
situations in the area.
In the past the section was part
Of the great Keweenaw copper min
ing region. Arizona. Montana. Chile
find South Africa, as well as in
creased cost and difficulty of mining,
ruined this industry. The poor soil
was farmed out and the white pine
of early logging days was cut off.
Selective cutting and propagating
of the forests and preservation of
recreative aspects of the land are
offered by the park backers as the
Fertion's solution. If this is done,
residents of the area who are losing
•ffieans of support i there are 22,000
persons on relief in the Upper Pen
insula) will be able to make a
living by part-time farming, lum
bering and guiding, Mr. Hook esti
Dentists Will Hear
Outstanding members of the
dental profession are slated to ad
dress the sessions of the seventh
annual five-State post-graduate
| Dr. .1. K. Jrnnings.
opens a five-day
meeting today at
Dr. J. K. Jen
chairman of the
tists, dental hy
and dental tech
' and more than
2.000 are expect
eri to be in attendance when the
formal discussions begin tomorrow.
Among the speakers tomorrow7 are
to be Dr. Wilmer Souder. chief of
the dental research laboratory at
the National Bureau of Standards
here; Dr. F. Ewing Roach of Chi
cago, 111.; Dr. John J. Posner of
New York City; Dr. Irl C. Schoon
over, chemist with the Bureau of
PTanriarris. and Dr. Paul J. Aufder
heide of Cleveland, Ohio.
Dr. William T. Sweeney, research
associate of the American Dental
Association at the Bureau of Stand
ards. is to speak Tuesday.
-Wives of the visiting dentists will
be entertained Tuesday night with
a style show, and a dinner dance
will conclude the clinic Wednesday
Workers in Argentina
Appeal to Roosevelt
Ey the Astoelated Press,
, BUENOS AIRES. March 4.—The
Argentine Metal Workers’ Syndicate
yesterday called upon President
Roosevelt to help solve United
States-Argentine trade difficulties in
order to combat "Nazi economic and
political penetration" in South
Many syndicate members, who
assemble and repair United States
imported automobiles in Argentina
fear the loss of their jobs as a result
of Argentina's reduction of imports
of American cars by 70 per cent. ,
The syndicate's cable to Mr
Roosevelt pointed out that one
fourth of its membership were em
ployed on American cars.
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