Notice: Undefined index: HTTP_REFERER in /home/stparch/public_html/headmid_temp_main.php on line 4389
Newspaper Archive of
The Othello Outlook
Othello, Washington
January 25, 1952     The Othello Outlook
PAGE 6     (6 of 6 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Jumbo Image    Save To Scrapbook    Set Notifiers    PDF    JPG
 
PAGE 6     (6 of 6 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Jumbo Image    Save To Scrapbook    Set Notifiers    PDF    JPG
January 25, 1952
 
Newspaper Archive of The Othello Outlook produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2024. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information
Terms Of Use | Privacy Policy | Request Content Removal | About / FAQ | Get Acrobat Reader




PAGE 6 THE OTHELLO OUTLOOK .FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1952 i i ...._ ...._ _ ,__ +t + + treatm+n l WOO'~ ~. '~l~tr'~ ~l~r'~ 1 ~"#rlC'Irlt~V ~"'tr + l~. Canadian thistle, Morning Glory, ana omer noxious weeos. 'rnel y , Trashy fallow and fall discing crop practices will re- government will pay75 per cent! main in this year's PMA handbook but at reduced ray- fntheaCostj 2n 4s-D. and eight '+ ' p LOOlUm cmor. ments. PMA delegates from five Big Bend counties decided ate. at a meeting in Ritzville last Thursc ay. It was emphasized that nox. At the same time the delegates, conferring to agree ious weeds on any farm must bc Adams county wq.1]. collect more than one million dollars on uniform practices for the Big Bend areas, elected weed tlaeatednbefre, even the reduced in property taxes this year ..... p y t~ can oe maae on trasn:~ "The actual total will be $1,035,623, according to County control as the No. 1 priority Fall discing, in fact, remains fallow and fall discing. Assessor Walter O. Meyer. This is about $52,790 more than a priority practice in Lincoln Dams and other engineerin~ last year's collections of $982,834. Payments on trashy fallow county, projects also will be stressed ~.,~r~ ,-,~,~ .... ,~ ~,-,.,~ ~ +,-, la As a compromise all delegates the Big Bend area delegates a- Reasons for the increase, Meyer said, are increased agreed to retain trashy fallow greed, in close cooperation wit evaluations on some city and country properties -- includ- men~s~we~e're~'uc~ed~'f~r~m~2~o and fall discing but at reduced soil conservation district pr ing farmland brought under deepwell irrigation -- and new o- - rates, grams. buildings and residences in ....................... ZVBC~t~t~l'a~acre'~riorit,, "~ractic Encouraging weed control will Rudolph Geib of Govan, Lit ~. ~.. ~,~ ..... "~ J, ~ ;,, ~.[ be the No. 1 aim of the PMA coin county PMA committee the county, higher than the 1950 assessede ........ a ....... unty ana w~. ~ to am durin 1 ' naid only after '-a ..... +~ ~. .... p' gr g 952, it was de- man, premded over the meettn .This year's tax collections valuation of $18,279,783. The dif- been ma~de in fuil"f'or"~rior~it~ tided, in the Adams county PMA will be" the third highest erenee is made up largely by +. ~ s Payments will be made at 100flee. S;~.~, 1OO1 u.... +~. ...... ...,~Improvements lo property ana pracuces. , " ' .... ce ....... ~ ...... ~ ~"~"~ ~ ........ -= ..... ~ ...... ::.~ The Adams county delegation ~ lnrgor r~r3nll]2ti~lel livlnff ,,n ,,~,~ ,,~u,mcry, meyer ~alU. --Roy Koch~ Pete ' Miller and qm; Ior~'"-fnrm~ n~i,~ ~'-~- ...... -- ....... property~ "" Here's Who Pays ta'xalb~iil "of"$]',1~9".9"00.-This year's tax bill, Meyer Allen Scott--told the meeting "~" .... ..,o' ~ .... n said will be paid (in round fig- that a number of Adams county r~om me assess,., o o~.,.~: ~.,.. " '. _ ,, . ~ ...... County Treasurer Maude Thiel's[aie~- oyra~roaas, ~Jla,auu;ranchers had recommended .............. - e +pnoneana telegrapn camp- trashy fallow and fall diseing be I~ A ~'~l]~]~r ~-~][.][ ]~ 11 p]~ w~m nec untys tval)fficeta-re-0-g-rap-pl~ng2 f ulltime~ax onl. anies, $13,800; electric light and removed from the PMA approv- |~bl | | r.~| |.r] ~.~ [~|']F. ~ ........ ~-.~n +~ ...... ~'2 +~.; power companies $28,000; mot-ed crop practices program ~.~_~.~_ .L~-.~-~. ~,~-~.~-~.~,~..m all"~r~o~er~v~n~r:~'r~ +~) or coach and truel~ lines, ' $507; These farmers felt, the local pers~ona~-l~'rope"r'~y'~de'~ai'~f'sl~ee~s public utilities, $4,900. 2ther men said that the two practices iFA '7" t"%0 ell'trY/ hv ~',~h,,~,-,, ~ g+ +ha ~+~+ owners o~ rein es~a~e, ~az~,~uu; had,become generally accepted /-/~0/ ~"#I ,.,)L%~ --~ ........ , ................ as 'sensible farming practices" me* also-" aspca" ...... new resmems'~- ~ other. ~wners ...... of personal prop-most farmers would carry out who did not receive.the.detail er~y. ~,luu. ..... whether they were paid for - the money Will De spen~ xor sheets to contact his office ~m- - ........... them or not.' m~+,~,,, scnoo,s, ~o~uuuu; operauon oz But delegates from other rn~DTpTp TTT~I~Tr~TTn"~ IT1 e ...... .z,. ' ~r=,, ~=,. ~o.,.+ lur..,.+~ county government, $117,200; ~ ....... &,_:'T"* ..':":.':'". . road districts, $159,000" statecounties--particularly Lincoln-- UUl 11JUJUIJU JUUJ.JlUUZlllUll l.easurer inlel Will D,,gln co . '. . ~,~,.~a,,~ + ......... +~ "~,i., ....... schools, $49,000; fire districts, reported that farmers in their l~ 1.,,+ ,~,-,+ ~,.~ .... h .... ~. $43,000; cities, $48,000; and the areas had not accepted the two +"--- ....................... ~...- .... practices as thoroughly as they , , countywide ubhe has ital dis- sized this week. The treasurer s ......... P P apparently had in Adams coun- office may not legally write re- ,rcL+ +~+~.,uuu. + ..... 00M ~ I~ valuations at cIues anu +owns ty. i celpts for taxes paid until Feb- ~,.~ ~+~. m.. e+ .~aa.... T'--~Perhaps it was because of Do~ali~,~ ~,~. +f~ ....... + ..$784,000; Washtuena, ~217,634; heavier stubble in Lincoln coun- . . ,. .,, ~ a 1~"~ .... ~'h2"'+~'~z~"~t~'~:. '~ Othello, $476,801; and Hatton, cult to drag discs through the IM|NTITi~ ~l:'.lg~.l-4W 4~II t eas_ half ...................... ty, which makes it more diffi- Persons who pay half their+tax ~a~o~a. ......... fields, said the Lincoln county ................. ~-''=-~ b Ma 1 " ~ ,,..,;+ ~,r...uInelto s evalua~lon has CllmD- y y will hav~ u,,m ~u.v- - ....... men, but at any rate stubble- ember 1 to p~y ++,,, romMnlnz ea tar more sharply man omers. half Persons ~x~,ho'~fa]i'"to-~a~ The county's "irrigation town"burning still prevails to a large extent. their first half by May l will~aa~e::luated at only $180,000~ TIRF RFPA ~111 find their entire tax bill -- not . y ' riatton has a 22-mill tax, theTom Jackson of the Washing- Just the first half -- declared de- . .......... ,,,~nt ~nd ,~.,.,i,~, ~ ..,~,- ,.,~..+ omer towns lD mills earn lneseton State college research staff ,, M. i~ . ira- ~ ! |m hnq i ............. *" " ~" ....... levies will raise $25,500 for Ritz- will discuss fertilizers and re- nterest from that date forward .................... Adnro~ ommtv': ~m~,~,,n '~r~,lVllle, ~ilI,loo Ior Llna, ~..i,7.UU ior sults of recent experiments. C. uation-"~n-~'i~la~'Y~"+~v"~'o~ Washtucna, $7,100 for Othello, B. Harston, extension soil ape- based, ....................... is $19,229,983, according and- $1,150 for' Hatton. cialist, will speak on soils test- f~/] 11 f% to a report compiled by Meyer __. . ing U[g.8110 barage and Deputy Assessor Iris Sch- ,.',,,.+, ,., ,.,,,,.,, v^;m + Walter Nelson, superintendent wisow. " 1 11111 1 , OUll of the Lind dryland experiment ...... This is only about $950,200 __ --. o station, will talk on wheat var- ~arl (LuKe~ L~am~is'on ieties and the wheat-breeding ...... esiin el t0r program Kenneth Morrison, ex- -- tension agronomist, will discuss I I Farmers' Parley grasses and legumes, m I~ ~~t ~ I Fertilizers and soil testing will I ~ ~ ......~L,~+ ~ I be discussed at an Adams coun- I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I ty farmers' meeting at 1:30 p.m. | ~. ~ ,~2~. ~ ~ I Monday, February 4, in the Ritz- | ~ + [ "*-"~ ,+.~ ~ I ville high school auditorium | x c. I County agent Bob Martin and | ~ ;~ . IJim Webb, high school agricul- | ~~ I tural teacher, who are planning | ~~ I the meeting together, said they m *,- ~----- z~'~ [ believe the February 4 conclave Your Hair can be styled to I will be one of the niost impor- your liking in a manner I tant farmers' meetings ever held m Adams county lhat will ple~ase everFone .... ............. I Crop fertilizing and soft test- PUt especially Iuo----arop . . I ing--along with weed control-- in toaay. I now rank as spearheads in the ]~[nt]o~,n ]~o~nhl{~]~.~ |- more scientific farming which ~.,Luu~.tu IJOaUt~U~LUIJ |has gained widespread accep: Laura Moore | tance since the close of Worla OTHELLO [ War II. . ..... [ Four experts win oe on nana ........... 7 - to lead the discussions. FOR AN EVENING TONIGHr DINE AT' J