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August 25, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 36

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In , i Is m f 36 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL The Ottawa Farm Journal Page 2e Back Forty Acres-' A potential market for 05.-tOt.Mt bushel of train corn for Canadian farmer i envisaged by a top scientist for a major distilling company. Dr. V. C. MacKay. coordinator of the corn crop development program for The House of Seagram, told a press tout of experimental corn plantings in the Ormitown area of Quebec that Canadian farmer, are growing 35.000.000 bushels ol corn annually, although total requirements may run as higtf as 100.000.000 bushels a year. The firm's pragma ta aa cwarage trewiag tarty-natartog varieties la areas where com was net ravteua-ry grewa a extends la Bin anviaees. The leag term eb-Jectiver w) tours. Is ta step aa andueilea el high quality grant cara far distillery aad Through the current experimental program, it i hoped that corn output from a number of new hybrids' will be develop ed sufficiently to supply the company' six Canadian distil. series. The House of Seagram could use more than 1.000,000 bushel of Quebec corn a year at Villa LaSalle and Beaupre alone. SAW THREE FARMS The Ormstowa lour embraced visit to three (arms In the area. At the farm of Tom Rica, Ormstowa. visitors saw AES1BI, Morden - 88. Jacques 860 J, Pride 4. and DeKalb plent tags made last May 22. .Visit war also nude to the farm of Ken Finiayson, Ormstown, and that of Aubrey Stacey. Aubrey. Specially . (elected corn hy brid were supplied free of charge to the participating growers. - They are also com pensated for cost of land prepar ation, planting, - fertilization. cultivation, and maintenance of performance record. While Carleton County not yet been selected for these trials, the county reports an excellent crop this year. However, law egricaJtaral reareaemaUve'i efface that "tress etrtward aaeet H stand at thai eraa sak wary awed, awl whoa yea : !yywa ftad tawrV' dtffer In some instances, on field b planted thicker than another, or It may be more mature than another, or even taller and coarser. To grow the best qual ity cora and to grow a much of It per acre as possible hould be every farmer'' aim, the Carleton office tays. The entire subject of eon production will be discussed at twilight meeting September 3 oa Art Fenti man's" farm near Hazeldean. Mr. Fenti man has more than 100. ere of corn which be hope ta harvest for grant. He I using three or four of the recommended varieties, various plant populations. atraxtoe to control weed, i this . year applied anhydrous ammonia to his com. R. C. Bell. farm manage ment specialist, win talk the economics of corn produc tJon, and Dr. Ford Stlnson of Xemptvtlle Agricultural School on details of growing corn at tar Impaction , of An Fenti- . man' crop. - . ' , Dundas Hay Hit Ed. Pearson, of Winchester, Dundas County agricultural representative, estimate hay pro duction in the county ha been about two-thirds of normal. In some sections, farmer only bad half crop. ..' "Unfortunately." Mr. Pearson add, "the poor hay crop las accompanied by dry pas ture conditions and many farm' art art now feeding hay from already short Winter feed supplies. Silage corn pros pec is. can be rated as only fair. ' Re msde these comments ' connection with the announce- of federal-provincial aid Fire-Damaged Cornwall Hotel VI CORNWALL (Special) A hotel fire here lata last week which created plenty of smoke has not caused as much dam age a wai' first feared. ' The Lloyd George Hotel reopened today after being closed for buamaat only three day. Co-owner Joseph Kulchyk Mid there was a considerable . amount of damage to stock and other material m the base-) ment. whore the fire originated. hot e yet ha msde no tati Cettee hat ttill mt been V tertnlned. : By t. U. M.hjlly Commtnl. cr$licat 4 tthtrwis oh Ik form gin. . ;. mgricullurml ten. Perth Man Killed While Sitting On Railway Tracks RAMLOOPS, ' BC ' (CP) Donald Jamea H1U. 30. one of two men killed last Wedoee-day when struck by a westbound Canadian Pacific Railway freight near here.' will be returned to hht bom la Perth. ynt., lor burial. , - Police eaid Hill and John Ed ward Leonard, 44, of Halifax, were sitting on (he tracks 24 mile west of here when the train .rounded a curve and-hit them.'.,..u a v Montreal Livestock Price Higher as Much as $2 on hay transportation costs 01 nun i kcu. -n rntci on 75 per cent up to a maximum of 'the Montreal livestock markets tie per ton. The other 2S peri were steady to as much as $2 cent must be borne by ,lh farmer himself. Odds and Ends Farmer in Tilbury North Township jn southwestern On tario may seek federal aid in their war on blackbird! , . . Careless smoking . can cause severe losses on the farm especially after the Winter's feed supply is in the barn, Carleton County agricultural representative's office warn . . . Raspberries should be given a final cultivation immediately after harvest, according to Ontario Department of Agriculture higher. Trading was moderate under a good demand. T Receipts: ,479 cattle, 321 calves, 52 bog. 282 sheep and Umba. . Choice steers 24-24.25, good 23.50-24. medium 19-22.60, common 15.75-17.75. . Medium heifers 18.50-19.50, common 13-18. Good cow 16-17.50, medium 14.50-15.75, common 13-14.25, canners and cutter 7.25-12.85. Good bull "18-18.50, common and medium 13.50-17.50. Good vealer 23-27.50. few to 29. medium 19-26. common 14-18. grassers 14.50-15. Good lamb 21-22; sheep 4- 7. There were no sales of hogs. Eggs: Wholesale prices to country stations libra cases: extra large .51, - large M; medium .40; small .21; B .17: C .23; wooden cases: one cent higher. Butter: Current receipisnbri-tenderable 514; II score tender-able 33; 91 score tenderable 52. Cheese: Delivered Montreal waxed current receipts, wholesale Quebec white M: colored it. Skim milk powder: Spray process No. 1 in bags 11-13K; roller, process No. I In bags till; feed 11-12; butter milk pow der feed V,-. - Petataea: Wholesale selling price. Que. new 50 1.00-I.1S; NB new SO 1.20-1.10; NB new 10s J3-.3S. nnr: i i in ini 111 I j . I', ' ' . V U' VJ Y J . M v : " , ,;. AT SHRINERS CARNIVAL , ; . Kathleen Ann Hutton, four, daughte r of Mr, and Mrs. John flutton of Lyn. it being helped off the "merry-go-round' by Percy E. Bolton, Potenata of Toronto, Temple of Rameaee, at the Shrine Carnival held at Brockville. , ' ' - " "' ' twM Photo aarrieel Renfrew BoyKilled In Accident . RENFREW (Special) An eight-year-old Renfrew boy was killed insttntly Monday afternoon In truck-car accident 10 mile west of Renfrew on Highway 17. ' Michael Gerald Goods was thrown out of the milk truck hit father wai driving and the truck turned over on its tide, pinning him underneath. . rouce aay tna collision occurred when God da started to make a left turn Into a private driveway and a email sport car behind him surfed to pus the truck at the same time. Neither Godda nor the driver of the car. Paid Gunderaen of Los Angeles, California, was hurt. Damage to the car was estimated at SI, 000 and to the truck, owned by Centreside Dairy Ltd. at (250. The victim it the ton of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Joseph Godda or BJ June . Street. Renfrew. There are three , other children, in the family, two boy and a Toronto Prices Steady For Steers and Heifers TORONTO (CP) Trading was active , and , price were fully steady on steers, heifer and yearling at the Ontario public stockyards today. Cow . and , bull price (ready. '' ; ; -'.'.V . Veal call price were higher. Hog price were lower , and Deep and lamb price were higher. ' : ;',.'. ',; Slaughter cattle l.M: Choice teer 24-24.50 with odd top to M.20; good 22-23; medium 10- 21; common 10-lt; choice heifer 21 J0-22.S0; good 11.50-31: medium 17.50-11; common 14- 17; choice fed yearling 23-24 with odd top to 24.50; good 20- 2i.se; good cow 14.50-10; me dium 14-15; canners and cut lers 10.13.50; good heavy bologna bull I0-10; common and medium I5-17.M. ": r Replacement cattle 1.000: Cood light (tockers KM . 23; medium and common 10-21. Calve 050: Choice vealer 27-20 With tales to 31; good 24- 20; medium 20-23;. common 10- a; boner 12-17. Hog 027: Grade A at Toronto .-.. currently telling at ; heavy tow 20.05. anaep and lambs 007: Good amb 23-24 per hundredweight; common and medMun 30 22' sheep 3-10.. "' Bailer . Eggs - Cmirn.n. cream and butter print prices wrr ancnangea today. nutter price: . Agricultural Stablllratton 1 Board tenderable cariota: Buying 40 score S3; ecora K; telling SJ. Fruit ad VtgetaWes-Tradlni waa araggy .oa the wholesale rrult and vegetable market to-; y- nppiea were higher In price for .the fancy offerings along1 with cantaleupes, peaches and tomatoes. .,i The vegetable section was well aupplied with many local grown commodities of excellent quality. Prices wr falrty steady except -for the heavier offering of squash which low ered noticeably. r , Price held steady for Onta rio table potatoes aa shipped receipts nave been light on count of heavy rains fat growing area. , . ? ''.:' Apple, early Mcintosh bu. 4.30, transparent bu. 2.50-3. wolf river bu. 3.25-2.50, melba bu. 3- 1.50. duchess C bu. 1.75-2.25. (336,838 School Building Program In Smiths Falls c -SMITHS FALLS (Staff) A $500,000 school building program it expected to be launch-ed in Smith Fall and North Elmaley townahipt.' early next year it wai revealed here Mon . In Smith Fall the build ing program call for a 1208,- 038 nine-unit addition to the Smith Fall District Collegiate and two general purpose room ror Elgin and spooner public schools at S130.000. Tenders are expected to be called early next year. ;,' -. In North Elmtley township public school board chairman Allen Lyle aa confirmed that tender will be called toon for construction - of 1160,000 eight-room public school at Port Elmsley, eix mile watt of berv ' Architect for the Smiths Fall addition will b Craig and Kohlar of OtUwa and H. a Robert of Westport for the townahin aohooJ. i. Ihnt'iiiMifiim INSTANT FASHION! Bobbie Brooks designs an exciting group of coordinates calls it the "international look." Matchless march-mates to add zip and vivid colour to your campus or casual wardrobe. Jetquerd knit sweater jacket of luscious creamy wool Yoked and pompommed and' fastened with sirvery buttons. 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