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f l- AC KAM \S t o l N T Ï W ÏW ». ESTACADA, OREGON. FRIDAY. U N I i l . IM I
NEW LEAD IN "W HITE
New evidence th at scientists
are closing in on “w hite m us
SANDY THEATRE cle”
disease— w idespread k ill
er of calves and lam bs— is re
ported by the Oregon S tate
Mt. Hood Loop H iw .y, Sandy college
m ental station.
Thura. Thru Sun. produced
the disease experi
m entally in lam bs whose dams
received a predom inant diet o t
in lam bs and calves.
tw ice as m uch m ineral as mus athleen bom to Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Steele is confined to h er
Findings are not u blanket cle from norm al anim als. Cal G K len
of San Jose, Calif. bed the past few days.
indictm ent of feeding legume cium was 20 tim es greater M iss Duus
is w orking
hays during late pregnancy, than norm al and phosphorus for the sum Duus
Yosemite TRY A NEWS WANT AD.
Oldfield emphasized They do was tw ice norm al.
at hom e THEY GET RESULTS
give some good leads for com In the latest OSC trials,w hite in A ugust she w ill teach
bating the disease that has muscle showed up w ithin six follow ing year a t the high
baffled science for a quarter of weeks of birth in all lambs
in Placerville, Calif.
a century and costs the live from 22 ewes fed LadinQ clov school
stock industry millions of dol er chaff or Ladino chaff and S traw berry G arfield
Festival had a
lars annually. Some Oregon oats for the last two m onths of large crow d and all enjoyed
ranchers have reported losing pregnancy.
dance th at followed. We
m ore than half their lamb or M eanwhile the scientists of the
w ere happy to welcom e visit
calf crop in recent years— in a fer some tentative suggestions ors from S pringw ater and E a
few cases being forced out of for stockm en who have had gle Creek; also Mrs. H arold
trouble w ith the disease.Avoid Joyner who had been ill and
W a lt Disney's
D eath from recorded cases feeding hays linked w ith w hite unable to attend G range the
of w hite m uscle heart has v ar muscle during late pregnancy past two years. Mrs. Ada Sar-
See Alice for
ied in tim e from birth to three or diversify the feed by sup ver and Mrs. Sadie W ade and
months. A ttacks in skeletal plem enting it w ith protein L. P alm ateer w ere also there,
muscles cause “stiff" lambs concentrate or giving anim als j M any m ore and all w ere m ost
and calves w hich sometimes access to range, they say.
| welcome. Music was furn
die through inability tn nurse. In areas of Oregon w here ished by tw o m usicians from
hite muscle is a serious pro Portland and our P. A. system.
Since w hite muscle ulsease w blem.
ranchers m ight shift the G race Still and Leila G or
S A M AS AMKAICA
KUT 'N KURL
appears to occur more fre breeding
program for fall calv don left Sunday for the G ar U S SAVINGS
B ON DS
quently in some areas of O re ing, the research
gon than others, the research gests. This would put dam s on Bay.
ers will attem pt to link it to pasture during the late period Mr. and Mrs. V ern Lantz of
certain chem ical compounds of
pregnancy rath e r than on Colton visited in the neigh
in feeds related to crop grow w inter-fed
hay. W here w eath borhood Sat. Mrs. Lantz had [
sheepm en might recently returned from a visit
A. D. Benshoof
Alice Scaggs, Prop.
Analysis of muscle tissue try moving lam
into early w ith their fam ily in Redmond.
from afflicted calves showed w inter to take bing
Across from the Post Office on Broadway
Mrs. H attie H ershberger and
th a t w hite m uscle contained pasture as long as possible Mrs.
during pregnancy of ewes.
a t the Gordons Wed. and visit-1
ed other friends. Mrs. H ersh
berger is now living in P o rt
OVER PRODUCTION land
at her son’s hom e and Is
Production trends and prices im proving
after her illness.
Phone MU 7-2881
in the broiler industry today
H aw ley Steele is so proud
indicate th a t grow ers can’t of his new telephone he was
think just in term s of sharply calling his friends as soon as it |
higher production year after was w orking. S orry to report 1
E S T A C A D A COMMUNITY BULLETIN
That was the note of caution
Little Janis Darrow of P o rt
A ttending the homecoming from Herm on I. M iller, chief
Visiting in the hom e of the
land, granddaughter of Mr.
of the couples who have been of the poultry division of the
Ray Keeths this w eek are tw o
and Mrs. Ford Darrow. under
m arried in the Oregon City USDA agricultural m arket
grand daughters, Jacky and
w ent surgery on her hip Wed.
C hurch of C hrist by Howard ing service, W ashington, D.C.,
Joyce Farm er.
m orning at the S hrine hospit
H uthens w ere Mr. and Mrs. to the second annual m eeting
al. The Ford Darrows visited
Ford Darrow, Mrs. Stroman of the Oregon B roiler G row
The Lindholm fam ily who
at the Harold Darrow s home
and Mrs. H oward Mock.
ers’ association at Oregon
arc living on the Delph Road,
Thursday and Janis is doing as
are m oving this w eek to the
well as possible. She w ill be in
Mr. and Mrs. George B avart Through the use of m odern
George area to a sm aller place
1951 Chev Panel
the hospital approxim ately 5
and her sister, Mrs. Bill Will business methods.
of three acres.
m onths but w ill be able to
iam s of Portland, drove to T a grow ers have rocketed the
w alk w ith a brace w hen she
coma. Wash, last weekend to production of broilers from 34
returns home. Janis was born
attend the w edding of their million in 1934 to m ore than
1953 Chev. Sta. Wagon $ 8 9 5
Mr. and Mrs. Don Proctor
w ithout hip sockets and this is
nephew , Boyd Emmons to Car one billion 300 m illion boilers
and fam ily attended a w edding
which took them out of tow n
Boyd is stationed at Fort L e dustry m ust learn to think in
1955 Buick Super 4-door, R. & H.
over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. John Abbott
term s of annual increases in
and boys Lee and Billy return
production based on dem and
ed home Friday from their 3
V isiting in Estacada Sunday created through prom otional
Auto, Tronsm., Power Sieesinq u.:d
Mr. and Mrs. L ester U nder
weeks vacation to Southern
w ere Mr. and Mrs. Howard efforts, or norm al increases in
wood are planning a trip of
California where they visited
Neal of Lewiston, Idaho, form population, he said.
several weeks in the east.
er m inisters of th e Christian Need for prom tional w ork
by broiler grow ers was under Double Eagle Nylons for $ 1 3 9 5
scored by Gordon Saw yer of
Gainesviile, Ga., m anager of
the Southeastern division of
PRICES for FRI. the N ational B roiler council. 1950 Chev. 2-door R .& M .$ 2 ? g
Ladino clover during the last
tw o m onths of pregnancy. R e
search w orkers w ere J. E. O ld
field, anim al husbandm an; O.
H. M uth, veterinarian and J.
Last year, the scientists pro
duced seven "w hite m uscle”
calves by feeding pregnant
cows an all-alfalfa ration.The
disease causes destruction of
heart and other m uscle tissue
Used Car Clearance
G arfield News
SAT. JUNE 28-29
(By Leila Gordon)
Mr. and Mrs. E rnest Duus
are proud grandparents of a
little granddaughter, Lori
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