Greater Oregon from Albany, Oregon on December 21, 1973 · 6
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Greater Oregon from Albany, Oregon · 6

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Friday, December 21, 1973
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6 Albany Greater Oregon, Friday, Dec. 21, 1973 CONSUMER n r- trXl N E R nH7 '4 0 A FISH STORY YOU CAN BELIEVE Are Missing Women Dead Or Abducted By Space People? The combined problems of Some of the' unique felULres increased prices for fish and of the system are; 'Six months ago three young J she walked toward home. said. their inferior quality because of water pollution have combined in recent years to form a "fish-ous" cycle. The housewife trying to buy these marine edibles in short supply faces formidable difficulties. Now, however, one companywith a revolutionary idea is using its head to produce this rcnutod "brain food'' important for high protein, low cholestorol and as a diet food. Marine Protein Corporation, New York, a public company, has developed a "Controlled Environment Silo System" TM to produce over 500 times as many pounds of "fish in the same surface area as a farmer can raise in a fish pond. A fish farmer raises 2-3,000 pounds of fish per pond acre per year. Marine Protein can raise over 1 million pounds of fish per acre per year. It is one of the most important breakthroughs in' fish production since the ancient Chinese began pond farming "some 3,000 years ago. A -few years ago, a handful of scientists in Pennsylvania developed this method which could help curtail the calamitous cost of food for the American housewife. And the invention has become so significant that the world may never fear a fish shortage or pay the kind of prices we arc paying today. In the United States in 1972. fish imports totaled 81,200,000.000. We currently import 75 percent of the fish we eat. Marine Protein's Fish Silos may reduce our dependence upon foreign fish supplies and help strengthen the U.S. dollar. It's another example of America's world leadership in food production technology. The company's unique approach to intensive culture takes into account water quality and oxygen, as well as food and waste removal, all of which are continually monitored and controlled. Year-round availability of fresh fish; Better growth and feed Oregon women disappeared without a trace. No clue to their whereabouts has been found. Clackamas County Sheriff's Detective Paul Congdon estimated that he has put more i than 150 hours of investigative , thing," he said. fMext to disappear was Sue Larson said' he . fears the Wickersham, 17, of Bend. On ' girl may have been murdered. -Mi First to disappear was time nto the case, "and .that Rita Lorraine Jolly, 1?, o f ' doesn't begin to consider what West Linn. She vanished (he j her family hhs done." night of June 29 while taking ' Despite all the work, -"I an evening walk near home. I don't have anything to show Circumstances of her disap- for it," Congdon said. The Jolly family has given up. Long ago they feared the worst: That their daughter her Atypical pan-sized fish grown in the new Marine Protein Silo System. efticien-y (conversion of food to fish flesh); Fish are produced in uniform sizes :- Outstanding flavor and excellent flesh texture; Minimal labor costs. Some day soon Marine Protein may have Fish Silo Farms located close to major cities, making fresh American-grown fish available to housewives and restaurants every month of the year. All in all, it's one of the most e-Csh-ent developments ever devised. pearance tend to point toward abduction. Her agonized family cla mored for police to invest i- I had been murdered and gate and filled in the gaps J body cleverly hidden, with an investigation of their j They doggedly continued own. Her father, Donald Jolly,' their quest for a lead, but last an attorney, offered $1,000 i Friday Jolly who is almost and the.n $2,500 for in forma -' a walking encyclopedia of the tion leading to his daughter, names and dates that Oregon dead or alive. girls have turned up missing The one result of their ef- said he has littte hope that fort, however, was to pinpoint his daughter will be found. Rita's last known location asj "I'm afraid she is gone," he July 11, she left the family I car where her mother worked and disappeared while walking home. Disappearances among young people, according to police, are "a dime a dozen," and it was thought that Sue Wickersham would "turn soon." It has been six months, and according to Bond police Detective Pat Larson, "I don't think she's a runaway. We! don't have any runaways in 1 our files who have been gone rthat long." j Larson has spent hours of investigation on the case and followed numerous blind leads. "It all boils down to nothing. .We don't have a Vicki Hollar, 21, of Eugene. also disappeared. Police took her case seriously at once, because she was an acljult, had just graduated from college, had moved away from j her parents in Illinois and "had no motive to run awav." up i Her disappearance on Aug. 20, w as an u n e xplainable break in her busy social schedule and employment. Further, her battered black Volkswagen with Illinois license plates GR-7738 disappeared with her and has not been located. According to Eugene police Newport To Get Natural Gas Facilities Northwest Natural Gas Co. has been granted a conditional use permit hy the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners which will enable the company to proceed with plans to construct a liquefied natural Gas (LNG) plant at Newport. This plant will vaporize LNG brought to the site by (gigs i N BOB Albany Red Cross Sells Office Building The Linn County American jvelopment, Red Cross officials Red Cross chapter house at 425 W. Third Ave., Albany, has been sold to Washington Square, an Albany investment firm. The sale was announced at the Red Cross board of direc tors meeting in Lebanon Mon- said. A fund drive to construct new headquarters in the 3300 block of South Pacific Boulevard was discussed. Dan Post, Albany, chairman of the finance committee, will direct the fund-raising project. The property was donated last day. Price is $22,000 for the one- j May by members of the Cath story wooden building and ; ey family of Albany, about G,0O0 square feet of: Doni Radabau;;h, Linn Red land. ! Cross executive secretary, said The investment firm owns that plans for tile building property adjacent to the land, have been approved by Nu-but stated no plans for de-1 tional Red Cross. ' ulff Html in --.jC rBi.? l-55i-M.'lE-HliHM0tW WtttiT, AM rASTEKM hAHLAAW rAKOMTH6TlBT-Kiril- f5CCFSMT WAS FIRST Wa I lira III ?0? rtLiOfUTYf THEM'S-LWA"(& ROOM foV- one. MOKE EEOmv AT THE WnCMrriPWAL TE llmOsE AW TE ICS EAPH CXe?OiATiCU'i' P0DM AT TE -rop. the soIauy-Respdw5jp;e ;EM UAKES IT A PSACTICE TO reevcre. fecm witwm. aj-'p T0-TMieO Cf IT EKECUTiVf ARE POMCrW tjSOU THE SASON'S i arrival o f another Christmas season brings with It the joyous recollections of many pleasant and friendly associations with those whom it has been our pleasure to serve in this community. ZacU year we find our-seivc- ..ugerly awaiting the Christmos season because in it we find the oppor tunity to express again our oppreoc tion for your thoughtfulness ond cor sideration. And as we extend our thorns, we hasten to add our best wishes to you for the Holiday Season. May it be one of monifold blessings ... a time of merriment ond thanksgiving. H3IIEK3X ALBANY'S JEWELERS SINCE 1879 tanker from the Kenai peninsula in Alaska. The gas will be introduced into the company lines at Newport. The company nas been approached by representatives of the Oregon State University Marine Science Center to use LNG to provide refrigeration for a cold storage warehouse and food packing plant on Yaquina Bay, which would be a supplemental benefit of the proposed LN'G import program. A survey of the Newport area has earlier disclosed a serious deficiency in cold storage facilities. The quantities of LNG vaporization being considered would make about 500 tons of refrigeration available on a year-round basis. This would supply a refrigeration plant equal in size to any now existing in the state. As a by-product, ice would be made available to commercial fishermen who operate out of Newport and other areas along the coast. Ken Hildebrand, program leader of the Marine Science Center, said that if the refrigeration equipment could be added into the Northwest Natural Gas terminal equipment, the resulting low refrigeration cost might make a processing and cold storage plant at Newport competitive with any similar plant in Oregon. Need Volunteers ToHelp Elderly The Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) is seeking volunteers to help the elderly in their own localities fill out their income tax returns. Assistance is needed in both Albany and Lebanon. Those wishing to help may call RSVP 928-4111 during the day or 258-G327 evenings or weekends. Training will be provided for those wishing to serve. Information service during the timethey are on duty will also 6( available. RSVP will be working with the Internal Revenue Service on the program officially known as VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance). It will be an excellent opportunity for concerned individuals to assist taxpayers who have fairly simple filing requirements, according to Peg Hatfield, RSVP director. The key to the program is the training of volunteer assistants to help taxpayers in their own communities to complete their returns fully and accurately, without charge, Mrs. Hatfield said. A training date .will be set shortly after the first of year for volunteers from Lincoln, Linn and Benton counties. tgr. ta Lowery, "We are afraid she was abducted and murdered." But where? "It's possible her abductor drove the car into a reservoir or off a mountain logging road. "It's also possible that Georgia police will stop a Volkswagen tomorrow for a traffic violation, and we'll have the car," Lower,' said. Although they are miles apart the three disappearances have one element in common. Vicki Hollar occasionally would pick up hitchhikers, and Rita Jolly sometimes hitchhiked. Sue Wickersham was walking home when she disappeared. Vicki Hollar's parents came out to Oregon from Illinois and stayed in Eugene until police told them they could do no more. The Jollys intended to move from Lake Oswego to Central Oregon before Rita disappeared. Now their plans are deferred indefinitely. The Wickershams are waiting in Bend for word of their daughter. 135,000 Boxes Pears Being Sent To Rio Janiero The largest single fruit shipment to leave Portland in recent years, valued at $1.25 million, recently was loaded aboard a refrigerator ship for Rio de Janiero. Charterer and sole shipper was Reter Fruit Co. of Med-ford. Cargo consisted of 135,000 boxes of pears and 5,000 boxes of grapes. Largest previous cargo shipped hy Reter Fruit Co. was 110,000 boxes last year. 32G West First Street ALBANY SANTA TALLWS IS COMING TO Pianos & Organs In the Bi-MartShp.Ctr. I mm I O '" 1 f m 1 r j It MONDAY, DEC. 10th-21st 10 a.m. -1 p.m. (Daily except Sunday) Tallman's Is Your Headquarters ask about FREE LESSONS 'tio puC '-CIS (MMiMD Weaver mahogany Spinel piono $465; YamQha console S 1 295; Lowery Thealre with automalic rhythm SI 995; lesler mahogany $375; Melodigrand ebony SS; Thomas wiih Moog synthesizer $1395; Wellington mohogony S395; Gulbransen T200 Theatre with Leslie and rhythm SI 695; Slory and Clark, walnut $595; Wurlitzer. mahogany, five 1o choose fiom, from $495; Used Henry F. Miller maple Spinet - SAVE! Conn 25 pedal $1295. L 'm si gay a Clo.iitnMffls Wrapped up in every package with our abel and gift ties, are the spirited wishes ol all here who have sorted you in the past year ... we say to you: Bare a GAY, EXCITING CHRISTMAS if COURTESY CORNER 1515 S. Calapooia Ph. 928-8264 Albany, Oregon lit w sm W Vi, THAT SAY il , I A?'.- If IS r s i 1 : I GIVE YOUR LOVED ONES 8 I PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW! 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