The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 04, 1949, Page 12, Image 12

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    11 Thm Stcrt mcoa. Salem, Orogon Thunday. Auqm . S.9
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motorcyclist wb started Monday for Anchorage vU the AIcsd
big hwiy on tht first ler of his roand-the'world trip; He will ride
so Indian Cbek-MJ cycle, accompanied by cyclist Ralph HintmeU
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Burglars Loot
2 Businesses
At Sweet Home
SWEET HOME Thieves pulled
a series of raids on '.local busi
ness houses early Friday morn
ing:. Between midnight and 4:45
am. the Steak House was en
tered and 120 in bills and $3 in
small, change taken from the cash
register. Entrance was gained by
rutting through a back door. The
place is operated by Mr. and Mfs
Tom Vigue.
Sometime after midnight, en
trance was gained to the OjK Tire
shop by prying open a window
Here between $50" and $60 was
taken, Harry Scott who owns the
place is almost sure that the job
was pulled by someone who' ;vns
familiar with the place.
k At 2:25 Friday morning an at
tempt was made to enter the Tikr
Tok restaurant by breaking down
the door In the rear of the place.
It happened that Ellis Gardner,
who operates the restaurant part
of-ihe Tik-Tok, was working in
the back room when the attempt
to break down the door was
made. Armed with an ice pick
be stood guard. But when the
door did not yield to the thieves
efforts he quietly went to he
telephone and called the police.
Patrolman Cover responded im
mediately and the two made at
attempt to each the two men but
they got away by running.-
Stay ton Youth
Shoot Winner
Eva. of Seattle, Wash., re visit
ing with his mother, Mrs. William
Kipper, and aunt, Mrs. Anna Boy
er and family. . j
Blackcap Disease
Found in Valley
The Red Poll Cattle club nasi
announced that Kefane Wain. Red
Poll breeder of Salem, will serve
as fieldman in Washington. Ore
gon and Idaho, He will receive
travelling expenses from the na
tional club. Purpose of the field
man is to prrmote interest in the
breed. Specificall; he will en
deavor to increase breed support
at the Oregon State Fair, at the
Central Washington fair at! Yak
ima, and at the Pacific Interna
tional Portland. ! .
Besides all this Kehne will visit
the; various breeders at j their
farms, but at first he will try to
contact those who plan to i show
and is asking that any who) know
thejr are get In touch with him,
personally or by mail at once.
Arrangements nave been made
to have Wendell H. Severin of
Lincoln, Nebr., Judge the Red Polls
at the Oregon State Fair this year,
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Just a brief time ago the rural
reporter heard some farmers re
mark that they had never -seen
any tansy ragwort growing in Mar
ion county.. On Tuesday, the, re
porter rambled over Wheatland
Ferry from Yamhill county in to
Marion, and even before landing
saw tansy ragwort show up bright
ana yeuow along tne Aianon coun
ty side of the bank. Quite large
patches were noted along the
shoreline and farther up the road
a bit.
Tansy ragwort, you know (or
j4Mwfcf I should by this time) is poison to
livestock. Cattle are most ser
iously effected.
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The John Lindows of Independ
ence have completed outstanding
production records with t Volun
teer Noble Alice, a registered Jer
sey, producing 13,958 pounds of
milk aid 822 pounds of butterfat
at 4 years and 7 months; and
Volunteer Glow producing 11,698
potands of milk and 643 : pounds
of butterfat at 7 years and
months.
,
Speaking of Jerseys reminds us
of a scene we saw out at the L. S,
Crumbly berry of blackcaps has I Lorenzen Jersey farm near Day-
been reported to be more preyal- I ton. Here was old Alice. 14 years
ent this year than in previous supposed to be pensioned off, but
years. The condition is spotty in refusing to be retired. Just like
certain parts of the Valley, and some folk, Lamick (that's what the
has hn rpnorted : in other raun- "L" tnri f nr in lh T. S uvi
ties. She d rather just keep on working
As yet no organism ha been than frisk around. She keeps pro
found which causes the condition, during milk and she keeps 'produc
However, Dr. Edward Vaughan, ing calves. So Lamick and Audrie
state college plant pathologist, is (that's Mrs. Lorenzen) keeps hum-
working on the trouble. j . loring her right along. One thing
Although anthracnose can cause I she does refuse to do. that is to.
berries to crumble, the condition! gain weight, no matter how much
has been found on plants with no she eats.
anthrpchose present on the canes.
Some growers report a varietal
difference, while -others suggest
the dry year was a factor.
Dr. Vaughan suggests growers
reporting crumbly berry maintain
their plantings in the best possible
condition for at Jeast one (more
season until it can be determined
whether the difficulty was ag
gravated by the weather during
the past winter, lor whether a
disease organism is involved.
The way it looks now, hay car
ried over last winter may be pretty
good property, says John; J. Ins
keep, Clackamas county agent
And here is his suggestion for
those short of hay: This fall apply
two to three hundred pounds of
a 16-20-0 fertilizer or 150 pounds
of ammonium nitrate and adequate
phosphate like "Bob Berger did
last fall". "
Where nitrates and phosphates
are used separately, nitrates may
be applied with the first fall rains
which usually occur around Labor
day (certainly ''sometime during
State fair week). The phosphates
may be applied in October' after
heavy rains (about the! I time of
Pacific International). Where 16-20-0
is used, John suggests top
dressings with the first fall rains.
This is an excellent method of
promoting fall and winter pasture
growth. The practice has been
limited by the amount of fertilizer
available.
Albany will be headquarters
for Western Oregon sheepmen on
Saturday, August 6, The Ninth
Annual Willamette .Valley Pure
bred Ram and Ewe sale will be
held there at that time with 113
yearling rams ' and 36 yearling
ewes listed for sale. Sale starts at
10 a jn. with Colonel Earl O. Wal
ter, Filer, Idaho, crying the auction.
Don L. ' Rasmussen, horticulture
county agent in Marion, is urging
everyone to "check your walnut
orchard for aphids. If there are
a lot of aphids of either the yel
low kind which work under the
surface of the leaves, or the dark
er,; larger aphid which works on
the upper surface of the leave
the grower will use a nicotine
spray or a dust, says Don. So, he
adds, take a stroll In the walnut
grove today.
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Nut Tours Are Being
Planned for Aug. 18
The Nut Growers Society of
Oregon and Washington has set
the dates of August 18 and 19
tor their annual summer tour.
reports Jack Hansell, county ex
tension agent Yamhill county
walnut orchards will be visited
on August 18, with filbert orch
ards in Clackamas county being
visited on August 19.
Plans are being made to visit
at least three walnut orchards in
Yamhill county and about three
filbert orchards in Clackamas
county. Details of the tour will be
announced later, Hansell said.
Fully 84 per cent of the weight
of an average passenger automo
bile is steel.
THURSDAY'S BROADCASTS
Pacific Daylight Time
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STAYTON David Nei'tling.
13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris
Neitling of Stayton was winner
of the sub-junior division of the
Pacific International Trapshoot
ers association t the Salem Gun
club Saturday, July "23.
' Neitling1 scored 179 out of 200
and was ttied with Virgil Calavan
,0f Tillarhook 'for state champion,
in the shoot-off. David scored 23
out of 25 and Virgifshot 22 out!
of. 25. David was given an em
blem and a $25 -fishing pole.
Reiclienbergers j
.Buy: Business
At Four Corners
FOUR CORNERS Mr. ; and
Mrs. Fred Reichenberger of AumS'
ville have purchased the grocery
tock and fixtures from Jay V,
Rupp at 590 S. Lancaster, dr.
known 5 as "Mom's and Pop's."
They have also leased the Han
cock service station adjoining the
grocery and will operate .hat
also. The Reicheiibergers have a
on Dwayne and a daughter Betty.
They will occupy ithe residence on
Durbin avenue adjacent -to the
service station and store. The
Rupps moved to Salem.
Mr.' l and Mrs.! J. J. Langley
have moved back to theiU Jresi-
dence tat 550 S. Lancaster dr.
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and daughters, Carta and Paula,
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and Mrs. Joe Godawa or San
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daughter, Marilyn.
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1. What is the different bet
ween the equatorial diameter of
the earth and the diameter tt the
poles?s i
2. What Is the approximate
density of population In Canada?
3. From which country has come
the greatest percentage of our for
eign - born population?
4, What is the entomological
name for white ants? -
What ia rvnrliatT-ine " V-
ANSWERS
1. The diameter at the equator
is ' 7,926.877 miles, and through
the poles it is 7.899.988 miles.
. 2. Three peoplf per square; mile.
3. Italy.
4. Termites.
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