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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1957)
Annual Aerial Forestry
Survey Being Made
■THE .MILL CITY ENTERPRISE THURSDAY, JULY II, 1957
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The annua! aerial survey of Ore-
and Mrs. George Dickie and gon
’s 27,000,000 acres of forest land
Yvonne and Mr. and Mrs. Lester which is for the purpose of locating
Werner and two daughters spent | areas of forest insect infestations
everal days last week at Sandpoint, and their extent, got under way in
Idaho, where they visited at the southern Oregon recently, according
home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Webb. to Al Larsen, state forestry depart
The Webb family formerly lived in ment official who is in charge of
Mill City. He is a brother of Mrs. I the forest insect and disease section
Dickie and Mrs. W’erner.
Larsen will act as pilot of the
state plane for the entire project.
Mr«. Charlo French received word Observers who will pin-point areas
today from Mrs. J. K. Harris, .who of infestation are W. J. Buckhorn
is now living in Los Angeles. She I and Peter Orr, entomologists for the
asked to have her Enterprise sent to I Pacific Northwest Forest and Range
their new address. They were forced ' Experiment station.
to move to a new location when an
In western Oregon the observers
adjoining apartment was damaged will watch closely for areas infested
by fire on July 4. *The Harris* house I by the balsam wooly aphid or cher
hold effects were not damage, how mes, an insect that attacks the true
firs, Larsen stated. He indicated that
the 1956 survey showed 150,000 acres
It ha-s been learned here that the of scattered spots of infestation ex
Bill Mannings (Millicent Olin), who tending as far south as Crater Lake.
had recently bought a home at No Another area of serious infestation
vato, Calif., where he was stationed was found in the Coast Range in
I with Hamilton Air Base, have been Polk county, he added.
transferred to Alaska. Mrs. Manning
and younger daughter, Virginia, considerable concern over the possible
, visited here last August when she at spread of the chermes infesttion
tended the renunion of her graduat since no practical method of control
has yet been developed,” stated
ing class at the high school.
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Larsen. “Salvage is the only solution
and this is economically impossible
in many instances because of isola-
tion of the areas. Of extreme im-
portance is the threat to wilderness
areas, national parks and other re
creational areas within the forests.
It is expected that the western Ore
gon survey will be completed near
th end of July and the project will
then be transferred to the eastern
part of the state where the observ
ers will be primarily concerned in
the end of July and the project will
forester stated. He pointed out that
in spite of successful control pro
jects on 4,000,000 acres of forest
land there was still 500,000 acres of
infested forested mapped last year.
“The areas are so scattered and
isolated that further control work
was not considered necessary at that
time but it does not indicate a defi
nite end to the infestation,’’ said
Larsen. “It can build up again. The
survey will indicate the exact status
at the present time.”
During the flights over the state
the observers will also watch for in
festation by the bark beetles, areas
of mortality through tree diseases
and areas where porcupines may
have made serious inroads into the
young pine stands.
Larsen added that this informa-
tion will all be checked through
ground studies by experienced en-
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that by
virtue of an Order duly entered in
the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for the County of Marion, in
the Matter of the Estate of C. T.
Haseman, deceased, the undersigned,
R. C. Haseman, was duly appointed
as administrator of said estate and
has qualified as such. AU persons
having claims against said estate
are hereby required to present the
same, together with the proper vou
chers, to the undersigned adminis
trator in care of the office of Bell
& Gehlen at Stayton, Oregon within
six months from the date of this
Dated and first published this Uth
day of July 1967.
R. C. HASEMAN,
BELL & GEHLEN
Attorneys for Administrator.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
I have filed my Final Account in
the estate of Christ Thorgensen, de
ceased, with the County Clerk of
Marion County, Oregon, and the
Court has set the 9th day of August,
11957, at 9:15 o’clock A- M. and the
j Circuit Court room as the time and
place for hearing objections thereto
and the settlement of said estate.
D. B. HILL
Administrator of the Estate
of Christ Thorgensen, de
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Attorneys for Administrator.
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tomologists who will determine the
accuracy of the observers’ findings,
the intensity of the infestations, lo
cation and acreage. This wiU all be
used as a basis for recommendations
as to future action in control pro
jects, Larsen added.
NOTICE OF SALE
For sale by sealed big the foUow-
ing described property located in the
1 City of Gates, County of Marion,
State of Oregon, to-witt:
Lots 1 and 2, Block 2, Gates
ville, Marion County, Oregon.
Property consists of a five
room modern home located on a
lOO’xlOO’ lot. Located one block
west of post office in Gates,
Sale will be by sealed bid. Enve
lope containing bid must be plainly
marked, “Sealed Bid.” Please refer
, to L-13051-F in all correspondence.
A good and sufficient bond or certi-
ified check for ten (10%) percent of
bid must accompany bid. Right is re-
! served to reject any and all bids.
Property will be sold “as is.” Mini
mum price is Five Thousand ($5,000.-
00) Dollars. Minimum acceptable
terms ten (10%) down, fifteen
(15) years to pay balance on con
tract. Interest will be charged at the
rate of five (5%) percent per an-
1 num on unpaid balance.
Bids will be opened in the office
I of the undersigned on August 8,
| 1957 at 3:00 P. M.
Date of First Publication; July 11,
Date of Last Publication, August
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