The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, December 14, 1961, Page 22, Image 22

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    I TK Nw-IUUwt Koeefcursj, Of Ttiuf., Dec, u, MARKET TIPS
Ranch Ramblings
V WAYNI MOSHIR
Douglas Ceunty Extentien Aaant
There waa an excellent turnout
for the meeting of the Douglas
County Livestock Association on
Dee. 1. I Uiink that we bad an ex
cellent program.
One ol the real highlights of the
program, aa far aa 1 was coo
rerned, waa the d isolation by Dr.
Grant Blanch on farm incorpora
tion and eitate planning. Any of
you who have fairly large farm
ownership and weren't able to at
tend and hear Dr. Blanch's talk,
really missed some valuable infor
mation. Dr. Blanch told about some of the
advantages of incorporating farm
ownership one of which was to
help to transfer ownership of the
corporation without having to pay
Uxea on inheritance. This won't
work for everybody, but I think Dr.
Blanch did give very interesting
discussion of some of the possibili
ties which are presented by the cor
porate form of ownership of proper
ly used.
Bulletin Available
It will be too lengthy for me to
go into some of the things Dr.
Blanch covered, but I will mention
that here in the extension office
we have a bulletin entitled "Farm
Ranch Corporation," a tool for fi
nancial planning and management
It is available free of charge to
residents of the atate of Oregon.
The bulletin goes into considerable
detail about possibilities of mcor
porating farma and how it can
help in planning the farm business.
transfer of ownership, and meth
od of holding the farm together in
case it is in divided ownership.
This is Station Bulletin 576, and
you can secure it by writing to us
in the extension office and asking
for a copy. Copies may be some
what limited at the present time,
and if you are not really interested
in the farm corporation, I hope you
won t request trie Bulletin, u you
mrm definitely Interested. droD US
a card and we will mail you a copy.
Public Land Discussed
Several other items came up at
the meeting, which I think would
be of very general interest. One
subiect which wss discussed quite
a bit was the public lend difficul
ties that ranchers are having in
Oregon, particularly in the O&C
Counties. The road access to the
BLM lands here in the county
through private landa waa discuss-
ed to a considerable extent and a
resolution wss passed attempting
to get a better understanding and
cooperation between BLM and pri
vate ownership in putting in the
roads. Many farma in this area
either adjoin BLM land or have
BLM land which lies completely
within their boundaries.
Under present BLM policies, it
appears that they intend to put a
public road into each of these par
cels of land, whether or not it is
of significant sue to warrant the
expense of a road.
Meeting Planned
In this regard, the Douglas Coun
ty Court ia making some arrange
ments for a meeting with tbe BLM
in this area to try to determine if
a more suitable understanding can
be reached between private owners
and the BLM in regard to road ac
cess.
It it a feeling of many owners
that many of the parcels of land
within their boundaries are not of
sufficient volume or size to be of
any value as far as recreation ia
concerned, and, consequently, the
additional expense of putting in a
public road is not justified.
Also, in some cases, other roads
are available to the BLM in this
particular area.
Cold Weather Hits South;
Oranges, Sweet Potatoes
Among Short Supply Items
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By LEROY B. INMAN I
Business News Dept. Editor
The present cold weather is not
limited to Oregon. Parts of Califor
nia are feeling it too. and this may
have quile an effect on the pro
duce market. California is the prin
cipal source for fruits and vege
table during the winter months.
Rains slse have hit down south,
hurting the orange crop and pre
venting picking. Oranges may he
scarce for Christmas, unless the
situation greatly improves, it is re
ported here. Wholesalers are hav
ing difficulty getting their orders
filled. A major packer keeps a
fairly consistent price scale, but
independents reportedly are up
ping the price per carton' sharply.
The navel crop it very good but
light.
Grapefruit, contrarily, it plenti
ful from Florida, Texas and Aril-
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Glendale School
Board Upholds
Ban On Smokina
The Glendale School Board held
its regular meeting with school
principals present to report to the
board on several matters of im
portance, reports Mrs. Gerald
Fox, Glendale correspondent.
Calvin Fricke. hieh school vice
principal, reported the administra
tion action in four individual stu
dent cases includng home in
struction for a visually-handicapped
child, and students who had
been suspended, had quit school
or who had too few credits for
graduation. The board approved
the action taken in all of these
cases.
Smoking Banned
Fricke also reported on action
taken in relation to smoking on
the high school premises, indicat
ing that doing so would bring auto
matic suspension from school un
til such time as the student and
one or both of his parents should
meet with mm to discuss possible
re-admittance. The eating of noon
lunches in one of the classrooms,
and the requirement that boys wear
belts were also discussed and ap
proved by the board.
Charles I lark, elementary prin
cipal, and Marten Yoder, superintendent-high
school principal, made
reports relative to personnel in
their respective institutions.
Strauss Hired
Ed Strausa was hired as assist
ant maintenance man to take the
place of Jamea Lyons who was re
cently injured. Hal Clark is driving
for Lyons until such time as he
csn return as bus driver.
Yoder reported that the rouotv
road engineer will be looking at
the possible new turn-around for
the buses at the end of Windy
Creek Rd. After his survey, some
thing will be done to improve this
turn around. Yoder also reported
on the recent superintendent's
meeting he attended in Portland.
Mrs. Robert L. Fisher, board
chairman, gave out the National
School Board Association survey
forms In relation to federal sup
port for education and asked each
individual member to fill out the
questionnaire and return it.
Report Made
Mrs. Mary Conley and Supt. Yo
der reported on the lntenm Com
mittee on Education meeting held
in Roseburg recently.
Because of conflicts in dates and
school activities, the last meeting
in December will be held Dec. 1.
At that time the board plans to
appoint two budget committee
members, complete the revision of
the achool Board policy, and con
aider the administrative recom
mendations on personnel salaries
tor iwz-ki.
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V. mOll KILO! To UMPQUA DAIRY'S BIG 7
CHRISTMAS SHOW j
INDIAN THEATRE
CAT lCef 1 2 SHOWS 11:30.2:1$
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"MEET THE MUMMY" ?
Plus 3 CARTOONS & 2 COMEDIES
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Yoncalla Man Honored
On Birthday During Visit
By MRS. GEORGE EOES
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sefton drove
to Canyonulle Sunday where
their daughter, Mrs. George Rob
erts, entertained at a birthday din
ner, honoring her father.
Resident Moves
Mrs. Rebecca Campbell has mov
ed to Springfield to make her
home.
Marvin Noffsinger, son of Mr.
and Mis. Msrvin Noffsinger, has
enlisted in the Marines and is sta
tioned at Marine Corps Recruit
Depot, San Diego, Calif. Marvin is
a graduate of Yoncalla High School
and attended Oceanside Junior Col
two years.
Mr. and Airs. Larry Emrl and
family visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Hurd at Myrtle
Creek Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth MrKirdr
and son. Jimmy, visitrd at the
parental Merle MrKirdy home last
week en route home to Gold Beach
after spending several days visit
ing in OakrKine.
Weddina Attended
Mr. and Mis. Marvin Thompon
and family drove to Albany Thurs
day to attend the wedding of Mrs.
Thompson's neire. Miss Anna Ma
rie Smith, and Dennis Denton. The
wedding took place in the Emanuel
Lutheran Church. Mary Thompson
was hruWinaid, Rodney Thomp
son tuner, and 'An. Thompson
served punch.
ona and represent one of the bet
ter buys in fruits. Large lemons
aUo ate scarce, but smaller ones
seem to be in good supply.
Bananas, cut from the stalks and
shipped in boxes are arriving in
excellent condition and ripening
very nicely with very little spoil
age or bruising. This is the peak
of the season for otber tropical
fruits, many of which can be had
on order, such as papayas and
mangoes. Pineapples and cocoa-
nuts are available in local markets.
Christmas turkeys are expected
to be about the same price as for
lhanksgiving, and the aupply ap
pears adequate to meet demand
wholesale bouses report. Poultry
and egga remain unchanged, al
though a rise in the price of
eggs, usual at thia time of year, is
forecast.
Cranberries to go with turkeys
are still in plentiful supply. Some
remain from the Bandon harvest.
and eastern berries will be arnv
ing in plenty of time to take up
any alack, it is reported.
The potato market ram a ins little
changed, the price holding low.
Prinevule is the source. New north.
Dakota reds also are available and
very nice.
Yams and sweet potatoes may
be scarce items. Fair supplies are
on hand, but new orders are being
taken by only a very few produc
ers. Larger suppliers are not tak
ing any ordera at the present as
they Have more than they can fill.
the price probably will be going
up sharply.
Carrots went ud in once but
have dropped again. Salinas ia the
source, and the quality has been
very good. Turnips, rutabagas and
parsnips are coming out of Port
land. Dry onions are mostly com
ing out of Brooks. They are the
Australian browns. Some Idaho
whites are available.
Lettuce suppiiea are coming
principally from El Centro. Yuma
and Phoenix. Cheaper lettuce is
available elsewhere but the quality
ia inferior. Red Lettuce, romaine
and endive are still shipped out of
Salinas, and radishes and green
oniona also are very good out of
Salinas. Cello-wrapped topped rad
ishes are also in demand.
Prospects for cheaper and better
avocadort are seen just around
the corner. They are becoming
more plentiful now and the price
ia alipping some. They should
prove popular at cheaper prices
also better quality.
Local cauliflower was hit hard
and the possibility ia seen that
none will be available this winter
such as there was last year. Some
ia being imported from Salinas to
meet local demand. Fine, green.
sweet cabbage is coming out of
Lastroville, Calif. Portland is sup
plying broccoli, although better
quality at higher prices it coming
in from California. The celery
market weakened considerably this
qwwk. Plenty should be used during
the Christmas season, it it predicted.
Artichokes were damaged bv
by frost in California, so few are
being brought in. Local squash is
abundant and a better buy. Florida
cucumbers, while expensive, are
far better than those from Califor
nia, which have very poor keeping
quality. Portland is supplying some
brussel sprouts. Salinas is the
source for very fine egg plsnt, re
portedly a better buy. Peppers are
cheaper than usual for this time
of tho year and are very good.
Mexico is now being checked as
a source of supply for tomatoes.
Present local supplies are out of
Florida, by way of Portland. They
are shipped to Portland green, and
ripened there similar to the way
bananas are ripened. But the qual
ity is much inferior, providing good
color but little taste. The Mexican
source should supply tastier toma
toes when they are available.
The aource for cucumbers and
peppers often shifts to Medico
about this time of year, and as a
rule the first melons come from
that country.
LOOK tO THE INDIAN HUD . . . TOUR ASSURANCE 0
QUALITY.
INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS
DENVER .Fl When Bob'
llosani sold his inirrrt in the Den 1
ver Besrs baseball club and Den-:
ver Broncos football tram, he was;
guaranteed $1,000 per month fori
J' years and four season tickets j
for all home games during the
tame period. i
If Your Paper Hat Not Arrived Br 6:1$ P.M.
Dial OR 2-3321 Between 617 P.M.
Saturday Only 3 To $ P.M.
FROM NINE TO FIVE
By Jo Fischer
.ll figravr
Bible Story
Riddle Folks Plan
Southern Holiday
By ERMA BEST
Sir. and Mrs. Henry Townsend
of Riddle have left for Anaheim.
Calif, where they will spend
the holidays with their daughter,
Mrs. M. J. Koellen. and son, Jim
Townsrnd. and families. They were
accompanied south by Claude Rid
die who will visit his son. Don
Riddle, and family in Garden
Grove.
Resident Returns
Mrs. Grace Becker has returned
from a six week trip north, going
first to Seattle. Wash , to visit her
mother. Mrs. Mella Girard. and a
sister. Mrs. Charles Green, lter
she visited brothers. Dirk Girard
in Beaverton and Dean in Inde
pendence, and with an aunt and
cousin in The Dalles. Mrs. Becker
also visited in Msdras with .Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Hamlin, former
Riddle residents.
Recent guests at the home of i "
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. titles werej
the letter's son in law and daugh
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dash. I
and two aons of San Ieandro,'
Calif. I
Mrs Harry Williams has return '
ed to Portland to rejoin her but i
band who is at the home of a
daughter convalescing from major'
surgery and awaiting a second op-;
eration. i
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Kinkade
diwve to Grants Pass recently with1
their two grandsons who had been'
visiting here to put the boys on a ,
bus to ioin their mother. Mrs Don
Id Shonrs, in Crescent City.
Calif. 1
"Con I pay you tomorrow? All I have is a dollar bill
and you know how fast it goes once you break it."
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