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Wisconsin beekeeping
Vol. IX (January, 1933/December, 1933)

Wisconsin beekeeping, vol. 9, no. 3: March, 1933,   pp. [unnumbered]-24


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                           Bulletin Board 
             AMERICAN HONEY PRODUCERS' LEAGUE CONVENTION 
             We are informed that a very fine meeting was held at St. Louis,
Mo., 
*        February 28-March 1st. Officers for the ensuing year are-Mr. James
Gwin, 
-        Madison, Wis., President; Mr. L. E. LeStourgeon, San Antonio, Texas,
         V-Pres., and Dr. V. G. Milum, Champaign, Illinois, Secretary-Treasurer.
         The Directors remain the same. 
             The 1934 convention of the American Honey Producers' League
will be 
         held at San Antonio, Texas, or Des Moines, Iowa. 
                          AMERICAN HONEY INSTITUTE 
             Mr. E. R. Root, President of the A. I. Root Company, succeeds
Mr. 
         Lewis Parks of Watertown, Wis., as President of the American Honey
In- 
         stitute for the coming year; the Vice-President elected at the recent
meet- 
         ing at St. Louis is Mr. D. D. Stover, of Tibbee Station, Mississippi;
and 
         Mrs. Jensen continues at S~ecretary-Treasurer. 
             A hearing to determine whether or not the beekeepers of the
State are 
         interested in the inspection work, was held before a special committee
at the 
         State Capitol on Thursday, March 2" A good representation Of
beekeepers 
         was present and all expressed the feeling that the Apiary Inspection
should 
         be continued even if it had to be on a reduced scale. Those present
were 
         Messrs. Seefeldt, Jacobson, Wilson, Wolkow, Aeppler, Hassinger,
Meyers, 
         Ericson, Ranum, Adams, Chambers and Hawkins. 
             A hearing on the honey marketing program was also held at the
same 
         time and Continued until Friday, the 3rd, as Mr. Gwin was attending
the 
         League convention. 
             Just what the Legislature will do with regard to the inspection
and 
         marketing program cannot be determined until after the appropriation
bills 
         have been passed. 
                        Table of Contents 
         Honey Combined with Dairy Products-Prof. L. C. Thomsen, Dairy 
             Industry, University of Wisconsin 
         The Secretary's Office Has Been Moved 
         Buzzes About Wisconsin 
         The New Comb Honey Grading Scale-E. W. Puhl, Chippewa Falls, Wis.
         "The Rovira Hive," by Jos. Garre6 
         Business Report for 1931 


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