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    THE CLACKAM AS COUNTY
Page
1958
Q out our area.
because Congress has passed a
law dealing wi
: u .i
I
tivity the stab were powerless
to deal with this problem-
Such decisions brought about
widespread criticism that
the
Court was indulging in judicial
legislation by finding in stat­
utes a legislative intent
(not
expressed by Cong, ess) to oc­
cupy whole fields to the exclu­
sion of state and local govern­
ments.
The purpose of the Smith bill
is to prevent the courts
from
presuming a legislative intent
not expressly stated.
Here is the reasoning behind
the legislation, as developed by
its supporters on the House Ju­
diciary Committee:
Under the Constitution a fed­
eral act is supreme in any field
involving exclusive feder al po-
er— sucli as fe - ign
relations,
war, naturalization and coinage
wild cow miking events.
The childrens parade will be­
gin at 10 AM this year on July
4th, while the finale
parade,
preceding the last days
event
will be held on July 6th at 1:30
P.M.
Open air church services will I
be held in the
Molalla City i
Park. Sunday, July 6th at 9 AM ,
S TR I C T L Y BUSI NESS
by MeFeaHert
At least two in the
county
have sought goatweed beetles
to rid their premises of hyper-
icum
calycinum, the ormen-
tal. To our knowledge the goat
weed beetle will not consume
the ornamental St Johnswort.So
l By John J. Inskeep, County that is that, unless
we learn
We expect to do a little more otherwise.
checking south o f Molalla and
The weedy leafed St. Johns­
in the Boring- Sandy area, but wort is found growing
along
EC AGENT ADVISES
it appears that the
goatweed, i oadsides in dry gravelly areas
ON MOTH CONTROL
Klamath weed, or St. Johnswort almost anywhere in Clackamas
R. L. Smith Clackmas Coun­
beetle is now well distributed County where it can
gain a
ty Extension Agent, advises he
over Clackamas County. This foothold. This plant is
often
has just received word from the
small iridescent purpish black confused
with
tansy
be­
b i o a d e s t
Entomologist at Oregon State
beetle consumes plants of the cause of its bright yellow bloom
College that the Filbert
Moth
AUTO COVERAGE
above mentioned weeds whicn
Briefly told, the controlling
has now begun to emerge.
IN O U . I H I S T O R Y
has the three names and no oth­ beetle was found
in France.
Smith says now is the time to
er food.
„
From there it was introduced
make the first application
of
However and element has en­ to Australia across the equator
spray or dust for effective con­
tered the picture The scientific with opposing seasons and con­
trol. For the dust program he
name of the weed in question Is sequent dormalcy
problems.
advises the following:
Hypercium perforatum.
We From Australia colonies were
40 percent lead arsenate dust.
have an ornamental
ground introduced into California with
Apply the dust at the rate of 40
Syr
More than
1600
foresters tbs. per acre.
covering plant called St. Johns­ the same dormancy problems.
,
wort which must be a cousin of
Colonies were first introduc­ serve as inspectors for the vol­
For the spray program Lead
Tree Farm prognam, arsenate 3 lbs. plus spreader to j
the weeedy one, for it is called ed into
Clackamas
County untary
Hypericum Calycinum
from California in 1951. They which is helping small landow­ 100 gallons of water
Dr.Helen Gilkey in her re ­ were turned loose on the Albert ners to grow timber as a crop.
THOROUGH coverage is im­
Res. Phone CR 9-6510 cent book “ Weeds of the Pafic- Barth place at Marquam along
portant— cover all parts of the
•OLD
YELLER’
AND
LASSIE’
ic Northwest” has this to
say the roadside on
//
Little Eagle
tree with the dust or spray
to
“ It was owned by an elderly school teacher — who w o.
about the St. Johnswort family: and on the airplane strip in the TO BE AT MOLALLA RODEO the point of run off.
Because
every drag race she entered.
______
“ St. Johnswort family- Hy- LaDee burn, southeast of Esta­ "Old Yeller” the dog that rose NOT ALL MOTHS emerge
at
Off. Phone C:4 9-6527
pericaecae- Both native and in­ cada.
In subsequent
years from a Van Nuys, Calif , dog the same time,
2 applications
troduced members of this fam­ there appeared to be a little in- pound to star of a Walt Disney should be made
for effective
ily occur in the Pacific North- crease in these introductions,or color film that bore his name, control.
Make second applica­
_______ We _
_
_
____
will
be
featured
along
w
it»
jwest, but only the species here so we thought.
may have
tion three weeks after the first.
described is of conce,n general­ obtained the poorer of the two "Lassie" top TV canine star in
A number o f insecticides have
strdills
tUln
/Tr. 1 n 1 1 TJ Buckeroo
I mlrOPAn
i/.ZY'S AUTO WRECKING ly as a troublsome weed.
this year’s !\ Molalla
been tested for control of
fil­
This
year
the
nationally
fam­
Phone Damascus 2317. Address
“ In all our species, the flow ­ Last summer, 1957, we
ob­
bert moth— none has been sup­
Kt 3 box 311 Boring. Oregon at ers are yellow, with many sta­ tained two new colonies from ous Molalla Rodeo event, will erior to lead arsenate.
Barton We buy and sell all mens, these tyically organized Arthur Kulin, County
Exten­ run four days, Juy 3, 4, 5 and
In orchards heavily infested,
kinds of
batteries, radiators into 3 gorups within the flower sion Agent, Clark County,Wash. 6. Heck Harper, foreman of a soil treatment of 2 lbs. o f act- 1
KGW
TV’s
Circle
8
hoedown
and scrap automobile pans,
“ A cultivated species, H. Cal­ These were released in
gont-
ual DDT per acre (applied when
tiies, old and refittings, angle ycinum is an attractive
sub­ weed infestations
along the show, will also be featured on moths first emerge) has helped.
entertainment This is n addition to the regular
Irons etc. We buy junk, any shrub commonly known as
a highways between West Linn the Buckei-oo
o'd Junk
ground cover for banks or bor­ and Willamette and near the old card.
lead arsenate control program.
A full card of familiar rodeo
ders. Its shining
foliage and airport along Beavercreek road.
Mol­
with a From these introductions
we events will take place at
BPLI. AND BOAR SERVICE large golden flowers
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hayden
in Registered Bulls Delivered mass of yellow stamens give it had hoped to obtain ample new alla this year. World champion
a desehved popularity. But this colonies for re-distribution this rodeo stars will compete for top and family attended a family
Anywhere - Anytime
species too spreads rapidly by sdmmer. But when we made purses; largest in Molalla Buck­ reunion at the home of
their
FRANK LEITTIEISER
means of stolons or rootstocks recent inspections we found all eroo history, in the bronc rid­ daughter and husband, Mr. and
Route 2. box 470, Sandy
and when it gets out of bounds, the goatweed in these two areas ing, calf roping. Brahma Bull Mrs. Wm. Leobold of West Sal­
Cnll MU 7-3110
and em on Sunday.
may beeme a nuiance.
nearly eliminated and only
a riding, steer bulldogging
the
golf
"St Johnswort is a native of few live bugs near
FOR THE BEST DEAL
West
Europe where, in early centur­ course, none between
on a NEW PLYMOUTH or
ies it was considered a bringer Linn and Willamette.
CHRYSLER .ee or call
From there we started look­
o f good fortune.. It has not so
harole T b o y a n o v s k y
proved in America since its in­ ing We have found live bugs
HESSEL’S, Gresham MO
area above
5-2140 or Portland AL 1-1626. introduction many years ago, in the Rosemont
for it has become one
of our West Linn, near the Red Soils
Also Used Cars and Trucks
SH i S - .
of
most pernicious pasture weeds. Experimental area, south
•.
It is
particularly abundant Oregon City and along the L o ­
CARPENTER
west o f the Cascades and in cer­ ci- Highland road, the latter in
W O RK W ANTED
tain sections east o f the moun­ quantity. On June 9 we found
tains where it is rapidly spread­ them feeding on plants grow ing1
Framing - Finishing
ing to
previously uninfested in the new county forest dem­
Cabinets
onstration area, southeast
of
areas.
¿r*
Ph. Ectacad?. CR 9-6540
"The plant is poisonous
to Colton near Fernwood School.
Last
summer
the
beetes
were
stock but is not
eaten
when
sufficient found devouring goatweed In­
WANTED TO BUY: Cash for grass is present in
festations near Timber Grove.
ROUTE
Box 3 0 1 A A ,
Boring. Oregon
iregot.
Livestock. Top Portland price. quaitites. This situation, how­ We failed to locat bugs north
Phone Damascus 376
Call
Paul Shaver CR 9-6112 ever may result in over grazing o f Milwaukie this year. As we
Sat. or Sun. or write Rt. 2, box f desirable plants and conse­ stated previously we expect t o 1
quent invasion by St. Johns­
193 Estacnda
tf.
I. ■ a ."a B
wort. The weed is not a seri­ look over the north end and the
If none
ous threat in cultivated fields. Molala area shortly.
take
"A fter flowering and
seed are found we expect to
Mi ke your own burglar alarm
care of the situation and pre­
production,
the
plants
in
late
system for a house, garage or
sume the job to be finished-
business, sav ng at least
$200- summer turn a rusty brown.and
remain
standing
thus
until
nc
w
Complete in-tructions and dia-
spring.
How do goatweed beetles m i­
granns for on'v :S i.00 this week growth appeals in the
Garnet Best,
retiring
C:arisen Bros Mfg. C». Shriveled petals, stamens, and grate.
only
the County Extension
Agent of
303 Ridgeward Ave. So Minn- often leaves, remain with
seed pids, each of which by this Wallowa, our old hunting part­
eapt lis 3, Mirim;sota
time has split into 3 twisted seg­ ner dropped in recently for
u
ments; and patches
of these chat. Hundred of thousands of
•VELI, Dltll.•LING "Honest brown ragged weeds are becom ­ acres of otherwise good range­
of the lands in that county had been
INVITES
w k. Fa ii Prii•es." O.E. Jann- ing too familiar part
sen box ! ». Clackamas,Oregon, wintry scenery nearly through- rendered practically -valueless!
PI o ne Or > g • r’ity 6085.
by goatweed Infestation.
“ We are now seeing the last
;• four basic methods or ways to reduce noise in the 1iu3*3.
of the goatweed in
our area’
SCEPTIC TANKS CLEANED
T!
• to use acoustical materials on the ceiling to absorb
said Garnet. “ One of our ran­
no;
keep
it from bouncing between walls, ceilings and o’.iitc
$25.0«
chers was real angry because he
Smootn surfaces. (2) Use mechanical door closers and weather-
24 hour Service
sold his ranch before
finding
stripping around doors to stop the spread of noise from one toon»
Phone Prospect 5-5346
that goatweed would be eradi­
to another. (3) Utilize drapes, upholstered furniture, resilient or
Portland, Oregon
cated.
“ ¿ofi,” flooring and floor coverings to absorb noise. (4) PI act resili­
“ I have watched these beetles
ent mountings under appliances that may cause vibration noia*.
For many other hints on noise reduction send for free booklet "How
migrating in the fall. They fly
CONCRETE BLOCKS
to Quiet Your Home,” Room 212, 230 E. Ohio, Chicago 11, Illinois.
into the upper air currents and
for All shapes 8x6x16 “ Lite”
alight by chance. I have seen
Blocks sold at our plant
them settle on bunch grass to
Only 33c each
“*‘?e This Is 1 he Lire KOIN-TV Sunday Noon
rest.
Finding no goatweed
Gladstone Block Co.
present
they
take
o
ff
again.
82nd at Clackamas Bridge
Millions of them must
die for
Gladstone Ph Ore City 4306
lack of food.”
And there you have the story
to the best of our knowledge.
DON CARLSON
Floor Laying and Sanding
NO COMMENT
20 Years Experience
And another long holiday week-end with its accidents
By James W. Douthat
Estacada Ph •ne CR 9-6343
and traffic fatalities. Do not take Unnecessary chances
Washington, D. C. June 25 —
The long fight to protect state’s
v hile boating, swimming, fishing or driving as you could
SAM’S SHOE REPAIR
rights against Federal encroach­
become a statistic.
Doing Business At Home
ment has reached
a
crucial
Evenings and Saturdays
W e admire the healthy conscientious people who are
stage in Congress.
Work while you wait.
A bill by Rep Smith (D-Va.)
or
who may become customers of the Estacada Branch
By Appointment Only
directed against federal proem
S. End of Shafford Ave.
of the First State Bank o f MiBvaukie. If you become a
ption o f state functions is
a-
Phone CR 9 3979
waiting action by the House. It
statistic we can't serve you and you can't be our customer
has been
approved
by the
so make sure the only statistics you are interested in are
House Judiciary
Committee
those you can eniov - -such as the balance in your savings
and cleared for floor considora-
tin hi- the Rules Committee.
accountwith this Iwnk.
If
i.nise passes the blit,
You can buy a new Myers
quick action by the Senate Ju­
water system for as low
diciary Committee and by the
Senate will be urged. Already
EASY MONTHIY
fit.® '-'
pending in the Senate is a sim ­
T f*M *
In c lu d . S a .
t fiSt ..
ilar bill so nsored bv Senator
to re » , p ip e o n d la b o r
McClellan D-Ark.) along with
in th e F in a n cin g if y o v
ten other Democrats and four
w is h .
Ropublicans.
Suppporters of the
legisla­
tion are firmly convinced tha
Earn 2 .V per cent on a., sav
the states should not be depriv­
ed of sovereign power
unless
•r cent on three year
there is some clear and compel­
ling reason. They believe that
deposit certificates.
the Smith bill would accomplish
this purpose and shoud be en­
acted.
Responsible for the legislative
proposal is a series o f Supreme
Court decisions nullifying many
state laws by the
doctrine of
federal peemption. Under this
doctrine, a state law is invalid
if Congress has passed legisla-
All deposits insured to 510.000 by
stion in the same field.
For example it was held by
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Hours
the Supreme Court that merely
Estacada, Oregon, Friday,
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Wayside
.
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