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CLACKAMAS COUNTY NEWS FRIDAY,, MAY 2, 1941
Tom muscles dangled from his mu Good Crops W ith High
tilated shoulder and upper arm. His Production Shown in Report
.-’rength was gone; he could not
stand; and he lay on the ground con Above-average crop prospects and
by II. I). Strever
vinced that he must die.
pt eduction of meat, milk,
SYNOPSIS: Lust week’s install piece of shining steel was slipped into The women and children ever keep increased
season are indicated
ment of H. D. Strever’s story of the corner of the tiger’s mouth and ing their watchful vigilence beheld by the USC this
cooperative extension ser
‘“Fate to Face with a Mun-Keater,” foiced nuo the deep recesses of his the men in unorganized haste rushing vice in a report
just issued on the
closes with our hero Gopal Chandra throat so effectively that it severeu towards home. This gave zest to their agricultural situation
wails who now took on the nature Winter wheat production and is expected
Dutt standing alone in the path of a some of the large biood vessels.
charging man-eating tiger. Now go such treatment by releasing his hold The men seemed to sense that the to be large, than last year. Milk-egg
are on a high level with
01 . w,th the story.
on Gopal’s shoulder and relaxing for greatest danger was over or became production
further increase in prospect partly
The moments which fo lowed seem
owing to government support for
Slipping his left arm torn and bleed children watching them and began prices.
ed like ages. Would they never end 7 ing
When the tiger was within about eaters neck lie pushed the sword into Those in the rear had seen one of In the country- as s whole the re
twenty feet from Gopal it charged. his
clear to the hilt rendering of their numbei turn back and had port states crop prospects are better
With his sword Gopal struck with ali those throat
heard the sound of the fight. And than average at tliia season of the
his might. The weapon was of heavy With a thud
they came to Chandre and the van year with the season well advanced
bteel and was backed by strong mus heavily on the ground together. But quished
tiger all their former cour in the west but somewhat late in the
cles but the thick hair and tough skin never for one moment did Go age returned.
even a man- southeast. Rainfall has been unusual
of the beast afforded him as good al release his hola on the tiger or eater is harmless Because
ly heavy in tne south from Kansas to
protection as a shield affords a war withdraw his sword. His only safety For weeks Gopar lay on is a dead.
California and the condition of ran
rior. The impact of the sword ag was in keeping in close contact with pain in the civil hospital at F’airid- ges and range stock is above average
ainst the animals body bent the blaue his enemy as possible.
But graduually his strong vital generally. The condition of the early
but did not draw one drop of blood. Snarls mingled with muffled roars pur.
ity respond to treatment. Howeve lamb crop is above average and mar
Rearing up on h:s hind legs the floated on the air as Gopal Chandra it was six months be'ore h" could ketings are expected to be earlier
tiger seized the man with his mighty and the man-eater fought the battle leave the hospital and even then he and larger than usual.
paws and hugged him and bit into
life and death beating down the was in a very weak condition. But The total acreage in crops is ex
his left shoulder. But quickly before of
to be maintained and the mun
rice and packing the ground. Time his social standing and that of h.s pected
he could bring his jaws together a and
of mik cows, beef cattle, sheep
again the long penetrating claws family also was forever established bers
and chickens will be increased even
of the tiger tore and retore Gopal’s in t h a t district. G o p a l re though
the surplus of farm labor is
tender flesh and skin as he sought
in vain to shake off his adversary. him fifty rupees as a reward for his being developed around industrial * -
eas and some of the part time and
Fuzle Din one of Chandra’s com deed of valor.
It would be a most terriifying ex subbsistance farms may not be work
CIÌ1I2.0PI5ACT1C panions and one of the last to take perience
if we were called upon to ed as much as usual. The production
to his heels chanced to glance back
eating tiger with no more of hogs, dairy products, chickens and
over his shoulder just in time to see
Gopal and the tiger fall to the protection than Gopal Chandra Dutt eggs will be encouraged by the gov
thru a plan to support pri
ground. He paused in his flight and had at his disposal. But every one of ernment
support is to continue aj
returned cautiously to the place of
until June 30, 1943.
combat, where he administered some a more deadly enemy. Paul in hir least
telling blows to hasten the tiger’s epistle to the Hebrews desciibes this Prospects are good for winter
end. His real assistance he probably enemy as a “rearing lion, seek wheat with production estimated at
616 million bushels compared with
overestimated but that he saved Go ing whom he nicy devour.” How 689
million in 1940 and 569 million
pal from a few lecerations should not
as the 1930-1939 average. Winter
be questioned. And any assistance of the “word of God’” which is “quick wheat
in Oregon, Washing
fered to one in Chandra’s condiiton, and powerful and sharper than any ton and production
expected to be ar
no matter how small does not go with
CONSULTATION W ITHOUT
dividing asunder of soul and spirit, ound 70 million bushels against 50
CHARGE OR OBLIGATION
last year. Stocks of wheat on
It was not until the animal ceased and of the joints and marrow.” Thi$ million
considerably larger than
to struggle that Gopal released his
Dr. .1. W. Myers
a year ago and far above average.
hold. Then for the first time he real tive weapon than Gopal used.
ized how badly he had been mauled. Satan possesses a’l the character- On April 1 milk production was
O ffice Phone 2-4296
about 4 percent greater than the pre
Blood dripped from nearly every isstics prominent in these man-eaters. vious
Res. Phone 6901
record at the same season an4
continues on a high
Oregon shot here and there. His left arm
level. Chick production in hatcher
was fast becoming stiff and useless. fierce cruel way when he can gain ies
was 14 percent greater in March
possession of it. See Luke 9:39. How
thankful we should be for the word 1941 than in March 1940
of God and for the precious blood of The report available from county
Jesus which makes it possible for agents also contains information on
us to be saved and placed beyond the several of Oregon’s specialty crop en.
reach of Satan’s destructive power. terprises and a discussion of the fut>
Face to Face With a Man-Eater
PLACE 25 TR A IN EES
IN D E FEN SE W ORK
During 1 it week the Oregon state
employment office in Oregon City
which is the agency for Clackamas
county placed 25 trainees of the av
iation sheet metal course of the na
tional defense training program witjl
Many bodily Ailments
Sale of Used Washers
A. B. C. MAYTAGS THOR
Priced $20 and up
U sed R efrigerator*
GAS HOT WATER HEATER
GOOD USED WOOD RANGE
BRIGGS-STRATTON GAS MOTOR
MAYTAG GAS MOTOR
1-6 H. P. ELECTRIC MOTOR
USED LAWN MOWERS
ALL AT PRICES TO MOVE QUICK
A. W. Metzger & Co.
W ater Needs of A lfalfa
Discussed in B ulletin
yitll'U SH 4
IS NOW OPEN!
4 Miles North of Gresham on Fairview Road
Turn north on Sandy Boulevard at Fairview
Look for Big Sign
l»i 4 *ni<*king
Parking space for 2000 cars. Tables and benches for 5000 peo
ple. Dutch ovens and plenty of dry wood. Baseball and softball
diamonds. Sand piles. Horseshoe courts. Bath houses and won
derful beach. Boats and canoes. Refreshments at two stands.
Admission to park, Adults 15 cents. Children
under 12 years of age FREE
NO PARKING CHARGES
BASE BALL ! SOFT BALL !
League baseball Sundays at 2
p.m. Next Sunday Blue Lake
Park vs. Marine Electric of Port
land. Softball Monday, Wednes
day and Friday nights beginning
May 9th. 4 Soft ball diamonds
for lodge, club or group reserva^
BIG BENEFIT DANCE, FRIDAY, MAY 9TH
Celebrating opening of the Soft Ball season
S W I
M R X «
in beautiful Blue Luke under supervision of qualified life guards
Dressing rooms, bring your own suit or rent late model wool suits
EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT commencing SUNDAY,
MAY 4TH. Music by Clyde Brennan’s 7-piece
A wood splitting gun exploding
While alfalfa requi cs more wa prematurely brot death to John Clark
ter than most crops yie.ds and length about 60, as he was cutting cordwood
of life might be increas- d considerable on the Eli Fellows ranch at Lower
if more care were used in finding Highland, deputy coroner Arnold
out when to apply irrigation water Bietman stated Sunday.
according to conclusions reached in Clark was struck on the head and
a new U. S. department of agricul suffered Internal injuries and pow
For Better Office
ture bulletin addressed particularly der burns. Explosion of the device
to Oregon ana other western state.' also started a small fire which was
which grow alfalfa under irrigation. checked without damage. Body oj
“Irrigation Practices in Growing Clark was removed to the Oregon
Alfalfa” is the name of the new Far* City funeral home.
mers Bulletin 1630 which is a revis
ion of an earlier bulletin. M. L PRO-AM ERICA M EETS
Lewis soil conservation engineer at
PACIFIC BUSINESS COLLEGE
the Oregon experiment station was The pro—America group of which
one of those who assisted in the re Mrs. Robert Jonsrud is leader met
1017 S. W. Washington St.
at the home of Mrs. Wallace Buch-
The authors believe that in the fu- unnan Tuesday. The groups progress
tuie irrigation deveopment of arid from time to time includes the study
PH O N E BEA 5420
lands much labor and expense might of government, legislation and hov»
Call or write for free booklet “Your Office Job.”
be saved and greater profits obtained to preserve the American way of liv
Employers are invited to call us for all kinds of office help
by following skillfully prepared plans ing. Anyone regardless of party af
of irrigation on each farm. The new filiation is invited to attend the meet'
bulletin discusses the many different ings.
methods of applying water some of
which are suitable to ce.tain types STU D EN T BUILDS TRACTOR
of soil and some to others. The strip-
border method is shown to be popular George Larson, sophomore, has
in Oregon although the Columbia ba converted an old 1924 Dodge car
sin states make little use of straight into a farm tractor after four months
flooding such as is practiced in som^ dilligent work in the Sandy high
school shop with G. R. Hugg, shop
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
EXPLOSION KILLS W OODCUTTER
a large aircraft corporation in Cali
fornia. Some of these young mci)
had finished the full course and oth
ers were still taking the course 'lnrut
these placements there are sevcial
vacancies of this course and any
one that mtglit be interested should
contact the employment office ¡9
room 8, court house at once
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Clacka
mas, Probate Department-
In the Matter of the Estate of Heiji
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed Admin
istratrix of the Estate of Heiji Oka
mura, deceased, by the Ciicuit Court
of the State of Oregon, for the Coun
ty of Clackamas, and has qualified-
All persons having claims against said
estate are hereby notified to present
the -ame, duly verified as by law re
quired, to th- undersigned at Boring
Oiegon, within six months from the
Dated and first published April
Date of last publication May 9
Cooper & McAUisVr. Attorneys,
B acteria T ests
Teats show that cerlam types of
bacteria or tiny organisms present
in anthracite gangway waters and
sewage have the ability of readily
consuming hydro-en and carbon
monoxide from gaseous mixtures.
STRAW BERRY SPIT TL E BUGS
NEW S LETTER
'Oidtui 7kLnq4 SiqkC
At the Sign of the Flashing Eye Glasses
M cIntyre B uilding
T el 24-551
Prospects for the strawberry crop
continue to be good,, Spittle Bugs iiuiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiF
can do n lot of damage. The plants,
are vigorous and are putting forth Î ^ J S T S a X Î Î S S S s « act a«nnaiiiM iinif.».■«■■■■iniii li r^UtSUCKX:
a heavy bloom.
We are approximately 10 days ear.
lier than usual. Let’s take good care i "
of this splendid crop and dust for
these bugs. Forty pounds applied per ”!
acre will do a good job and insure |
protection against this post. Our price
of $5.60 per 100 pounds for the fin
A wonderful selection of reliable wrist watches
est rotenone No. 50 dust.
boys and girls at special low prices.
Strawberry root Weevil will be out
in a few days with nice warm wea-i
Popular items in jewelry. Fountain pens, lea
ther and the Go-W’est bait is the
novelties and many, many items that make
most certain way of controlling this
gif.s for the graduate.
pest. To apply use 100 pounds per
acre at $6.00 per hundred pounds.
Come in and see our stock and make your se
Will give as near a perfect control
as is possiole. Cali us when you are
ready, we deliver.
GRESHAM SEED & FEED CO.
W . W . S IE M E N S
West Second Street, Gresham, Ore*
G resham , O regon
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