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Altamont enterprise and Albany County post. (Altamont, N.Y.) 1958-1983, August 15, 1958, Image 14

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»•*****, vV^-W^^ftti^WrfW*-- 1 . JwvW »V»-i» !„^v»uH(^\-'' i, r**'•'.(--«v-'-v*. ,,£*••. •**f*>i«*i , '*>w.H...'.*'.*w'' ,,rt ' ,, _>V*.*y V^\#V** if; f.. FI5-. u SECTION TWO — PAGE SrX Hfei^l^p^s jp Contttjr =J= THE ENTERPRISE, ALTAMrtM,. M V FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1958 Thousands of those who have; If you have something to-; it Ha-take something that is dif-1 On the whole, I think we shall I Aversion from rewroof is not I If men would consider not so •T.U_ _..,,._,_ ,_ .- L. j i ...... T, , . i ,._ _-_„,_ .* _ nuu Imimh wherein thev differ as StifflyPfeVerS Present ' SO uZXIm^nCountry'm'; 'is wor~th \while'loin g ;° donMS 1 ^,.^?! wilfdo you good. Unless |survive , . . The outlook is as bad | wise. It i s the mark of a «tt9.(5S** n ^tre^tLre^ould b\ Mi ' • **~ n,m f,? S^YoriTcity The majority about it, but do it. After yo^l*'^ try to do something beyond as it has ever been, but thinking mind. A great man can\ affdr* tg{ wherein the y a 8 ree ' the ™ woula b ' M Reluctant Rebutante £w York city. The majority roups consist of 344,000-Italians; done it, your Ajjecerit survey shows hundreds In times of world tension, allies of farmers -are now using birdsfoot should sfiqk together. Consequent- trefoil and alfalfa-trefoil mixtures to ly, the Shelley Players are doing obtain higher yields according to the their bid toward cementing Anglo- Albany County Agricultural Ex- i American relations by presenting \The Reluctant Debutante.\ Of Eng 'SlS.OOO Russians; 185,000 Germans J will talk about it. — Ge>orgfe >\y and 142,000 Irish. Blount. , J ii. .finer y.oiriw;, - n) I try to u —•— -, — • v»>^ MC<?»», i friends and- ^&ffi_what h \ t vou have already mastered, people realize that, and grow. — Ronald E. hope of its getting you yog will never Osborn Jawaherlal. Nehru, therein lies better. — ilium. J* s icc u ujpij voii cu*wi-v4 vy i . ;iose; a little insignificant fellow #' far less of uncharitableness ---. • angry feeling in the » m \ w and :afraid of being snuffed* put Robert Cecil, world. 'Joseph Addison, tension Service, \County Agricultural Agent Nor- man C. Kidder said that 98 Albany county farmers out. of the 123 sur- veyed reported 4,073 acres of birds- foot trefoil on their farms. Kidder noted that 78 farmers have 3,330 acres of Empire birdsfoot tre- foil and 48 acres of Viking. Also, 33 farmers reported 433 acres of alfalfa-trefoil mixtures which Extension has recommended only in the past two years. Farm- ers are using Narragansett and early-type trefoils, Viking, or Kuropean, in these mixtures, Kidder added. • It is of particular interest in Al- bany county that, there has been such terrific increase in the use of Empire birdsfoot trefoil because Al- bany county is the \home\ of the legume. The first seed ever har- course, there is no tariff on land's greatest export . . . laughter. Wilfred Douglas Home's \The Relucant JJebutante,\ played success- fully on Broadway and will soon be released as a motion picture. An- otheer in the seemingly endless line of hilarious British comedies, \The Relucant Debutante\ is perfect en- tertainment for a summer evening. As produced by the Shelley Players, the wit and style of this superior, comedy seem to have crossed the. Atlantic without benefit of drama- mine. \The Relucant Debutante\ will be presented through Sunday, Aug. 17, at tlie Shelley Players Red Barn Theatre, Route 85, New Scotland. Further information about this or any of the remaining productions of the 1957 season may be obtained by calling The Shelley Players box of- Cornell. Among the 98 Albany county farms that were surveyed ATALMONT REGIONAL FAIR MONDAY NIGHT, AUG. 18 FANTASTIC/ ACTION! THRILLS.' WITH THE INCOMPARABLE! .* vested in the United States was - - „..,_ \hand picked\ by the Leland Cooke fi ce, Voorheesvillee ROckwell D-202D. family of Preston Hollow. This seed was used to establish the first | research work done by the New and are raising birdsfoot trefoil, it York State College of Agriculture at w as found that 15 farmers have 787 acres from which Empire birdsfoot trefoil seed can be produced. This (seed is shipped annually to many : states. Records show that seed from Albany county in recent years has been shipped into 28 different states. Farmers have found Empire and Viking birdsfoot trefoil, developed by Dr. H. A. MaeDonald at Cornell, well suited for long-term hay or pasture seedings. Trefoils are recom- mended on\ soils too wet for maxi- mum alfalfa yields or when long term stands are desired. • | Prof. Waiter L. Griffith, agrono- mist at Cornell, said, \Many farm- ers are now using the alfalfa and birdsfoot trefoil mixtures in prefer- ence to red clover mixtures on fields with variable soil drainage.) If lime and fertilizer are applied liberally, alfalfa produces well on the better drained parts of the field and trefoil filla m the wetter spots. This gives higher yields over several .years.\ ! Prof. Alvin A. Johnson, Cornell,' plant breeder, pointed out that New York farmers have increased their purchases of birdsfoot trefoil seed from about 4,000 pounds in 1947 to over 710,000 pound* this past year. Prof. Wallace E. Washbon, of the state Extension staff said \Survey data from 49 counties show a total of over 107,000 acres of birdsfoot trefoil and about 35,000 acres of alfalfa-birdsfoot trefoil mixture. 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