CONSERVATION: Oil into Trees

Trust-busting and conservation were two prime preoccupations of President Theodore Roosevelt. At his instigation John Davison Rockefeller's Standard Oil trust was ultimately smashed to bits. At his instigation five of the Government's 21 national parks came into being. Were he alive today, he would have the satisfaction of seeing the remains of a thing he hated at work for a thing he loved, Rockefeller money developing a national park.

For last week Secretary of the Interior

Wilbur announced that the U. S. had just taken title to 13,000 acres of timberland owned by...

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