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February 17, 1972

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DR. JOE JOHNSON, WSU extension livestock production DR. BILL McREYNOLDS, WSU exten- livestock specialist, will teach sessions Clville, will be the discus- rio. specialist, will teach the class ses- on basic nutrition and feeds as well as for the bus tour stops at sions on the management and feeding the session on the management and and sheep ranches, of beef cattle and sheep, feeding of light horses. - offered Jestock short course iI 'asma ,'utrition Shortcourse will feeds, management and feeding of light taught bv these top-notch livestock d the flff'livestock producers of Klickitat horses, sheep, and beef cattle attach tonia Counties during March and The registration for either shortcourse ckage.  according to Howard Willson. is $10 per person or $15 per couple. his withxtension agent The com- Registrants v,ill receive a WSU Livestock hill a  six-session, adult-education Nutrition Handbr)k tax pacs for livestock producers and The shortcourses v,'ilt he taught b', Dr. the lik leaders is sponsored by the Joe Johnson and Dr. Bill .McReynolds, ae next  State University Cooperative extension livestock specialists located at ,) and tlService in cooperation with the Washington State University. Pullman: ,'ill be  and Stevenson High Schools. and Rudy Setzler. livestock production 'ill be held from7 to 10 pm. consultant, Colville He formerly served 9 enings at Stevenson beginning as extenqon lietock specialist for 1_ _ and Wednesday evenings at years and v,as Klickilat County extension will co,.er basic nutrition and able to offer an m4epth 'hortcourse /El00ns,on is authorized }d os a ,,,k....,, loans "f in sc De a al" " ' v-a" p rtment of Agriculture eAextension of support loans on er f wheat stored m" commercial -,. according to Arto L Po',ers [nsu-- of the " " ' - i Kliekitat Count,, G al Stabilization and Con'- 7Tmmittee. Also approved for under loan is 1970-crop wheat storage. crops continued in storage loans, the program are essentially the same as in i By making the announcement MEMBERS PLAN lENT SENINAR inar for local school Intermediate School Cowlitz, Clark. Skamania. Pacific and Klickitat be held Saturday at the Inn at 9 a.m. Purposes of the seminar is to directors aware of what is Washington in the t training and ad- of the loan extensions--or 'weseal'" as the.', are often called-producers can maintain control over their commodities and will have the additional option of marketing their crops in one or two calendar .',ears. the chairman said. Producers v,ithout on-farm storage facilities can continue warehouse loans and have the advantage of free storage during the extended loan period when cost of storage is assumed by Commodity Credit Corporation CCC. Wheat supply for 1971-72 is estimated at 2.372 million bushels, nearly 115 million over that for the 1970-71 marketing year. With a larger supply than last season and a substantial reduction in total utilization during the 1971-72 marketing year. USDA estimated a carryover of about 240 million bushels of wheat above the 731 million bushel carryover as of July 1. 1971. From the 197i crop of wheat, as of January 1. t972. there v,'ere 167 million bushels under loan in warehouse storage and 192.3 million bushels in on-farm authorities." Willson said. Class sessions for the Stevenson short- course are February 29. March 7. ]4.23.28 and April 4. For the Goldendale shorb course the class schedule is March 1.8.15. 22.29and April 3. On April 8 a field tour by bus will be held for the participants of both shortcourses. Stops are being planned at ranches with beef. sheep and light horses. Class enrollment at Goldendale may be limited to 30 adult registrants Anyone planning to attend the Goldendale short- course, should write or call Howard Willson. county extension agent. Goldendale An enrollment form and other information will be sent. llERE'S YOUR EX('USE TO GRtIIA ' A BEARD The Jaycees have announced a beard growing contest as part of the Centennial celebration. Wes Loftin. chairman of the event, stated that awards will be given during the week-long celebration. July 8 through lfi Ifftin expressed hope that every man. young and old. would par- ticioate The contest begins immediately. Thursday, February 17, 1972  The Goldendale Sentinel- 3 i  LICKITAT / Parking or anoe ! m BUILDING / 1, I II, I "You have to acquire such spaces By Gary Kitchen piecemeal, but in accordance with a long- The following questions and answers range plan/' come from the office of the Klickitat "We already have a situation where a County Building Department at Golden- Centennial committees have been busy, particularly the program of events, In- dian, publicity and pageant committees. As a result of several sessions held last week, a preliminary draft of the sequence of events for nine days has been prepared, described as "a springboard from which to begin" by the program committee. Comparing their plans against this schedule, the other committees can suggest what changes must be made to accommodate their planned events, as well as knowing how much time they can expect for these events, what type of crowd will likel', be present on the dif- ferent days. etc. Finance committee reports its souvenir coin is nov,' in the die-producton stage and the coins should be ready for sale by the kickoff date, April 18. This is the date on which six-months use of the special con- cellation die will be begun by Goldendale post office. It is expected that ceremonies that day will honor the start of a second century of use of the name Goldendale by the US. Postal .Service. Finding a supply of poles 16 to 20 feet long. peeled, and not more than four in- ches in diameter at the big end, for 100 Indian teepees is one big job facing the Indian committee. ,Some 1400 are needed, since Indian automobiles are not made for hauling tong poles from place to place over the state's highways, and if we want an Indian eneampment here, poles are needed. Enthusiasm for holding an annual encampment of Indians here is growing, therefore the determinations of this committee to secure, if possible, a supply of poles for Goldendale. Recently, as word of the celebration gets around, requests have arrived, such as one from the mayor of Vancouver, Wa., who offers to lead a delegation of Van- couver people to Goldendale, particularly in the event one day might be designated 'Wancouver day" Vancouver will celebrate its 150th anniversary in 1974. BILL'S A & W NOW OPEN Featuring the BURGER FAMILY Papa, Mama, Teen end Baby p,j ............ z  ................ z......:e,.e .............. + .................................................................. e,,...., i " DELICIOUS FRIED CHICKEN i ij!i FISH 5 SHRIMP DINNERS ii :.,,.:.., ...-,,.,., ,,','(A, ,,. ,,,.:,::::..: .:::..,,::::::,:,:,:.:.:.:,:.:,:,:.:,..:,:,:.:.:.:,,.:+:.:.:.:.:.:,:,:.: :.:.,.,.,v,.,,.,,,,-,v,,,,,,,,:. li" ALL FLAVORS SHAKES and COLD DRINKS 'k ICE COLD ROOT BEER vacant tot is worth more than one with an income-producing building on it." "It seems to me the businessmen have this question to answer: Do they want to preserve the value of their property and are they willing to do something to preserve it?" No decisions were made, since the hearing was for information-gathering purposes only. The other hearings concerned I a request for a small subdivision by R&R Associates. Titled "Glencoe," it is located north of the Little Klickitat bridge and went of Pipeline Road, at the junction of the latter road with East High Street tot the entrance to Klein's Sunnyview Ad- dition); /21 a request for interpretation of restrictions on residential building in an M-1 tindustrial zone and 3) possible changes in the provisions for public notice to require developers to help in the notification of adjacent property owners. COWBOY EVANGELIST TO BE IN ROOSEVELT Morris Lynch, cowboy evangelist from Selah will hold services with special music at 3:30 Sunday, February 27 at Roosevelt sponsored by the Roosevelt Sunday ,qrhr.r',l COW POKES dale. Please forward phone or mail in- quiries directly to the deoarJnent. The following item appears in corrected form. There was an error in proofreading last week. Q. I am building a garage and intend to put it next to a line I believe is my property line, and it will be 6 feet from the ad- joining property line when built. I won't start construction ,mtil about May or June. Should I get my permit now? A. You need not get your permit until about a week before any type of ground work is started. You must know where your property lines are prior to issuance of your permit and advise us so you have a minimum 5 ft. setback; however, our office cannot enter in to property line disagreement as this is a legal matter to be handled by you and your attorney. Note, 5 feet is on sideline if not on a corner lot. ) BAKE SALE 1S FRIDAY A bake sale Friday will be held at the Columbia Gas Co. from 10 a.m to 4 p.m, sponsored by Beta Eta sorority. FIRST STEP IS HURDLED Navy Airman Morris E. Fisher, son of Mrs. Betty Fisher of Biekleton, graduated from recruit training at the Naval Trainin Center at San Diego. By Ace Reid "Wul, now whose gonna cjet the grass sirens , , oufa them pants?" .......... ,,,, BROUGHT UP SHORT BY A MONEY SHORTAGE? For all your money needs visit the friendly people 2 at KVB. HOURS: .11m: t. 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