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f ii  i il ;!ii U 8 The Goldendale Sentinel Thursday, March b, 1958 %nel Adopts i Parking Limit For West A A resolutio prohibiting park- ing on the south side of West :: A street between "Grant and " Klickitat stets Was passed by :the city council at the Monday meeting. Don Bridgefamner pre- sided .in the absence of Z.ayr G e o r g e Nesbitt. Councilmen John Tot, Paul Thompson and Nell Robertson were present, be- sides Bridgefarmer. The park- :ing measure was adopted to fa- cilitate school bus travel in that area. The panel passed a resolution authorizing the mayor to sign an application .for a water stor- age t in,connection with the SCS watershed project, and authorizing payment of the fee for the permit. The council granted approval for the carnival cocessions to be set up on Main Street during the county fair, suggesting tkat the blocks to be occupied should be selected by the Retail Mer- chants Association. Fire School Approved Permission was granted the fire department to send two or :three firemen to attend a 3-day ffive school at Tacoma, May 6, 7 and 8, at city expense. A 12-day school for police training was discussed, but no action taken. The school, held at Fort Lewis, in ,mid-May would not ,create much expense, but would necessitate hiring a relief man for an officer sent it was stated. The matter was tabled for further consideration. Howard Trollier, reporting for the city plamning commis- sion, .asked the council to con- sider adoption of ordinances es- tablishing standards for areas adjoining the city if they are to be served by city services. Discussion of the necessity of this step followed; it was sug- gested that model ordinances rom be studed. e Agent Scheduled Here An internal revenue agent will e at the courthouse, Gold- endale, at various times during the tax filing period to assist taxpayers with returns. The SChedule will be as fol- lo: Mh is, 8:15 a.m. to3 p-re.; April 10, 11 an. to . 4:45 p,m.; April 11, 8:15 aan. to 3 p.m. Voters Ballot for City and Nchools (Continued [ram page l), the central district, along with the shool eleCtions in Golden- dale, Centerville and Lyle pre- cincts. William Hornibrook and Ed Van Aelst have filed for the three-year post being vacated by Carl Kloker, who is not seek- ing re-election. A supervisor for the eastern I district will be elected at the annual Conservation Day at , Bickleton March 12. Miles Mat- sen is seeking re-election. For the first time, Goldendale people will be voting under the new precinct arrangement, which gives the city four poll{ng places instead of three. All per- sons whose voti, ng plaice has been changed have been notio fled by the city clerk's office. Others will vote at their usual place. Those who do not vte at the elementary school (old high school building) in the city elec- tion will have to go there to cast their ballots in the school elections. Polling hours for the city election are 8 to 8, but the school voting is from 1 to 8 p.m. Though two elections are held at the elementary school simul- taneously, they are separate elections. The new city precinct align- ment, required by state law, was due to population growth of 'Ooldendale, with the old pre- i cincts exceeding the number of registered voters allowed with- in a precLrtct. RaSh of Burglaries Brings Warnings (CoTtttnued from Page 1) hot lunch program. Investiga- tion of the case continues, but no arrests have been made. Store Rttrglarised Last Thursday night or Fri- day morning, burglars entered :the Lyle Mercantile Co. owned by C. J. Kendrick. They'. gained entry by removing a skylight :window. Goods taken included two toasters, an electric iron, a percolator, .22 caliber ri.fle with scope, and other items. The in- truders drank ,beer at the store before leaving, and apparently searched the premises for money, ailing to find any. On January 12, 1955, the store was robbed after thieves gained entry in a similar way. That ,time they hauled away the sa.fe. The case last week was investi- gated by Deputies McCredy and Dawson. Property missing is valued at $150. OUR JACKPOT IS s20 In merchandise (As of Monday, h 3) $2.50 Added Ear,a\\; Day Inez Layman won $17.50 in meandise February 25 ,, j Jackpot can be claimed only by' n whose name corresponds to the winning n in the PUD files. These numbers were drawn theist week: Feb. 25  28-5-252 F. 28  28-2-475 Feb. 26  22-172 Mh I -- 28-3-24 Feb. 27  6-109 Mbxch 3  28-2-25 Cheek your PUD bill number 61LLENWATERS Pinchot national forest, reports District Ranger Harold Dahl. District headquarters c r e w has been busy at sign making all winter; as soon as time and access prmit they w-ill be erected at canp and recreation areas and along trails and roads. For the permanent staff of 14, making signs is only part of winter maintenance work. In summer, personnel will be ex- panded to 42, mainly by addition of college students. Crews are already hied, Dahl said; he had to turn down five applicants in New Directional Signs to Guide Visitors to Gifford Pinchot Forest t ansvisitors to the Mr. Adams and'Temple Hahn, techn'ci area this spring will find new in charge of timber sales, road directional signs on Gifford design location and and cruis- ing; and Spencer Frey, George Calverley, Richard Durdle, Har- old Perry and John Plesha. Dahl commented that last fall an estimated 27,000 huckleberry pickers were active over 8000 acres in the Mt. Adams area, with approximately 41,000 gal- lons of berries having been picked. the last few days. Most of the boys who worked at Troutlake last summer will be back, the ranger explained. Timber sales are being ex- pedited under orders to sell a total of 144 million board feet before the end of the fiscal year, June 30. Original program called for 70 million but this figure was more than doubled by the forest service last fall. The total makes 23 sales, of which five have ,been completed. The accelerated program is being geared to bring the dis- trier up to its full allowable cut. The major portion, 65 per cent or better, off the timber is Douglas fir, the remainder about 6 per cent ponderosa pine with some white fir, hemlock and spruce. Dahl's permanent staff in- cludes Bob Tokarczyk, ranger's assistant; John Grove, fire con- trol and improvements; Miss Ann Hadley, receptionist-clerk; Lester Mulkey, Robert Miller 100 Attend Blue And Gold Dinner Three boys were initiated to Cub Scout Pack 551 at the Blue and Gold banquet at Goldendale Grange hall Saturday night. Over 100 boys and parents at- tended the dinner. Initiated were Grog McCredy, Tom Wickman and Jckie Quaintance, and Cub Scout  awards were distributed. The pack is .made up of five dens. The boys' turned over $25 to Dick McClre for the March of ! Dmes und, proceeds from their recent cookie sale. James Davidson, committee chairman, and Ted Hornibreok, Cubmaster, had charge of the meeting. Awards were made to Steve Hornibrook, Wolf badge; Bill Honibrook, Bear badge and a gold stay; Steve Hassing, Bear badge and a gold star. Den Chief awards went to Frank Howard, David Carr, Kir- [ by McKee, Roger Boardman and I Don Stone. I Ira Hill, scout executive of{ Celilo Falls district, preserted the 1958 Pack charter to James Lefever, institutional represen- tative of the Methodist Church, sponsor of the group. Hill introduced the safety pro- gram for 1958. Traffic, outdoor and home safety wilt be projects this year. WSC finished last in the 1957 Northern Division baseball race but had the distinction of hav- ing the loop's top pitcher in ro- tund George Van Horn of Pouls- bo. Van Horn topped the divi- sion with four wins and no loss- es and campiled a brilliant 2.'/0 earned run avezage. Buck Bailey is happy to say Van Ham will be back this spring. PHONE 3262 - GOLDEHDALE ,' , i[ IL Jill ...... lWI4'L' ......... ' ...... ::::: -:': ......... Iil: ........ "Income oes I PIA00 AN ADDING MACHINE AT TIE SENTINEL Reasonable rates for electric and manual types--- by day, week or month. Rent applies on purchase price if you de- cide to buy. THE GOLDENDALE SENTINEL ii i 11111 iiiiiiiit i i i iiii i i i iii Old Timers Run Out of Gas, Lose To Youths, 80-54 Giving the Ramblers a stiff fight until late in the second half, the "Old Timers" finally ran out of gas Monday night, to lose 80-54. The contest, staged at the new gym, was a benefit for the :American Legion building ,fund; i about 300 attended. Russ Wilkerson led the Ram- blexs with 27 points, and Keith Wodward was high for the oldsters with 18. Former Ram- blers made up the old timers' I roster. Arthur 'otton" Lawson was coach of the former .greats, and !ob Cahill handled the Ram- !blers' strategy. Reuben Kaiser was Legion chairman for the event. "The fellows gave us a good game until they ran low on steam in the second half," Ca- hill stated. GRANDSON FOR BKNES AND StrRANS A boy, Ronald Keith, their third son, was borri Thursday, February 27, to Mr. and Mrs. Buel Bane at Moses Lake. The young man weighed in at seven pounds, 13 ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gus Suran and Mr. and Mrs. B. W. lane, of Goldendale. The Surans drove to Moses Lake Friday, to ,greet the new arri- val. Mrs. Suran returned Sun- day, and Gus remained until Wednesday to keep company with the two older lads until Mrs. Bane and Ronald could join them at home. A telephone call Friday eve- ning to break the good news to the Gus Suran Jr. family, at Douglasville, Ga., missed them, as they were already enroute to Goldendale. They were expec- ted to arrive here Wednesday. Most of America's Farms Covered by Soil Saving Groups About 93 per cent of Ameri- can foms and ranches are with- in soil consem, ation districts, and 1  million farmers are dis- trict cooperators. This information was impart- ed in a talk at the recent annual meeting of the National Associ- ation of Soil Conservation Dis- tricts in Minneapolis by Donald A. Williams, administrator of SCS. The modern concept of soil conserving combines the na- tional welfare with better liv- ing standards for people work- ing the land, Williams stated. More than 8{)0 local groups have applied for federal techni- cal and cost-sharing assistance on watershed and flood control programs. Operations have be- gun on 69 of these. A local contribution of one dollar for every  dollars from the U. S. government is being made to soil conservation district programs, the adminis- trator revealed. There are "more than 2775 lo- cally-managed districts in op- era'clan at the present time, he added, covering more than 1 billion acres. When You Hear The Fire Siren This'is what it means: One blast: turn off all sprinkling this signal will be followed by another blast in 5 minutlm. Two: Fire in area south of Main and west of Columbus ave. Three: Fire south of Main and east of Columbus. Four: Fire north of Mein and east of Col. Five: Fire north of Main and west of Columbus ave. Too Late to Classify --Will sacrifice for quick sale in this locality. Also spinet piano. Cash o terms. Write Stores, 103--- FOR SALE  Ranch, 320 aexes, 95 in ops, 15 in fall wheat, [ balance hay, 2 houses new I barn, free water, sprinkler:'] Irdtion, good fishing creek. I Machinery, everything goes. Low down payment, e a s y terms at 4% interest on bal- ance. J. W. Popenoe, Rt. 2, Goldendale, Wash. 103-- LAWN MOWER SHARP-G. AND lqPAIR--J. L. Johnson, 405 East B. Phone 3781. 10t FOR SLE---House, 2 bedrooms, at 431 W. First St. Ph. 5258. 103--- FOR BENT---2-bedroom unfur- dshed house, 2 blocks from buness district, $55 per month. Phone 3040. 103--- Ben F. Bush Mart Notes llth Birtih?Y Eleven years of bus" e " Golctendale are being celebrated this weekend by the Ben F. ush Co. Their sale ad in this issue details some of the offer- igs in the storewide event. Owners of the novelty and dry goods.establishment are Ben Bush ai Mary Thomas. They invite locr shoppers to visit the popular mart this weekend for top savings. FLYWAY WATERFOWL COUNT BREAT.S RECORD Substantiating the all-time high in waterfowl counted in Washington earlier this year, the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced a new record for the entire Pacific Flyway. The new high of 10,247,000 waterfowl came during the winter survey recently comple- ted by the fish and wildlife service, and Canadian and state agencies. It covered all import- ant waterfowl habitats in Alas- ka, British Columbia, seven Pa- cific Flyway states west of the ocky mountains, and the west coast of Mexico, including lower Friday he was turned over to I Sheriff Richard P. Walsh of Kalispell, Mont. `for return to face the charge. Three juvenile boys were ar- rested Monday, charged with lar the-ft. The lads, age 12 and 13. were picked up at The Dalles by Deputy Sheriff Harry Daw- ;on. They are charged with steal- ag the car of Martha Heath of Maryhill, and the bicycle of Robert Short of Maryhill on March I. The boys put the bike in the ear and drove to Warm Springs, Ore., Sheriff Kaiser said. The ca:- has been recovered, but of_ ricers have not found the bi- cycle. The suspects said it was left at Warm Springs. The young trio is being held here, pending further investiga- tion. 4 Forgery Suspect Yakima Auto Show! Cro2er$, d by L Opening on Friday Br s Capture aw - Larry Grail ,,,as arrested on I First big auto show in Central b , Washington will be held Marcb El[lens a Montana warrant last week at ; 7. 8 9 in Eisenhower high shool i Stanlev Crockcr'sl Bingen by Sheriff Ez Kaiser m0d i gy:nnasium. Yakima. Sponsors .Maynard'Mitchell, Bingen polie t are the Yakima Exchange Club l ford bull, AO Trum 2hicf. He has been charged witht and Yakima Auto Dealers' As- i judged reserve fi:t degree forgery 1 sociatin, sold for $3200 at tb X ..... i Empire Polled [ore trlan au new n51o-vear ...... a- -. .... . -. l.ensDu:g ?dono y. FIICGelS Irom teaolng manulac- . ... - - , ^- .,, , . ... , , tervllle oreeaer S lurers wni oe exhib;teo..nere the sale. in v:hietl wilt be a Ferrari. a G:-and Prix: California. SENATORS SEEK FUNDS TO FIGHT PEKR BLIGHT ] UNREDEEMED DIVIDENDS [ Senators Jackson and Magnu- ez, e, ,.,, ,,,,.=v,,,,. [son are seeking $12,500 for a v, ,,v-vro ,,, ,,,., [research program on the Yaki- A 2arm cooperative patron I real Valley pear decline. The need not report dividend credits I grant was approved Tuesday as income until he redeems I bY the senate appropriations committee. The Sentinel was advised in a telegram from Sen. Jackson Wednesday. The solons predict senate ap- proval of the measure, and will fight for house-senate confer- ence approval. If the house conferees pass the outlay, it will provide funds for the pro- gram until July 1, and Jackson and Magnuson will request further grants for fiscal 1959. them in cash, Senator Warren G. Magnuson, D., Wash., has been advised by Bureau of In- ternal Revenue officials. The ruling will apply to any year @pen for adjustment. Magnuson said the ruling had been "long awaited" and "clari- fied what has in recent years become a most trying situation for the cooperatives and their membership alike." road-racing car. and several l custom class cars. Ac:essories will be shown on the mzzanine and main floor. Commercial exhibits will in- clude tires, petroleum products, seat covers, chrome plating, van bodies, pickup tops, driver train- ing units, travel bureaus, tire recapping and speed equipment. Exhibiting Rules For Fair Altered Committee chairmen of the fair board are making changes in exhibiting rules for the first time in several years. Principal change adopted at the Monday session was addi- tmn of three classes in open or breeding cattle to provide greater interest by exhibitors. Fat lambs will be divided by weight, to make more even- sized lots. The poultry division, geese, ducks, turkeys, and bantams will be shown by strain or breed. In all livestock contests, with exception of horses and rabbits, different breeds will be shown separately. 4t: the day. F'S 'hidl polled bulls went ! excess of $1000. Twenty-nine bulls i females were co " sale. Quentin Jaekr ville judged the-.2 I morning show at' " . i fairgrounds, eJ i 'I Purchaser of th was Bert Wilkins of Other purchasers .frl included Brashers a bull consigned by eo lotte, Moxee; Oils terville, bull from ford Ranch, Condo J. R. & Quentin J villa, a bred heifer Robinson, Heppner, ,__ Total sale reveI ca ported at $25,850, fak Y-41K t age of $808. ConSUl" cluded the best stOC_ -; states; quality was Lyle S. Hoyt, /kPI'l sentative, as very g than last year." Champion bull of: was consigned by Ranch and Jimmy man. It was botgt al Beall of Pomeroy for and highest price $2125 for a Flying It : to a Canadian IuY e Robinson, Hepp fourth highest bull County Agent Ted Alexander said the decisions practically Both champion f complete preparation of the I for $1000. The he$ premium list and it will soon be price was $587.50. ready for printing. I I A great man shoWS l'nere is more water than tness by the way he : land on the earth's surface. men.--Carlyle. Hudson House Bran -- OF TOP QUALITY FOOD AT ECONOMY PRICES- For Complete Satisfaction -- Ask for this Famous Brand at HOWARD'S MARKET HUDSON HOUSE BLUE LAKE BEANS HUDSON HOUSE SLICED BEANS 303 Size 2 33' BLU-HILL MAR6ARINE 5 'I MINCED CLAMS f GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 25 lbs. $1.89 FINERBLEACH Gallon - ...... i Scott's Cutrite - Van Camp s i WAX PAPER Roll .................................. 23 GRATED TUNA ............... 5 ti# BARG AND FOSTER COOKING CHIPS For Tastier Cookies and Cakes A II III :i Chocolate- Lemon Custard- Cherry i00pkgs. 4 UCli I Hudson House -- 303 Size PEACHES ,o, ow ......... L. 2 for 35 MAR6ARINE ...................................... ,b. 29 ENCORE OFTEE .......................... 79 gii.Air INSTANT COFFEE nukvvnm m. .................................. 6-oz. Jar c FRANCO-AMERICAN Chocolate, Vanilla, Butterscotch D.ZRTAPUDDIN6 ........ 2 Dundee, Full-Bodied Flavor ..... MAPLE SYRUP Frisme s JELLI00 ......................... 4 Spaghetti 3.1"m ................... , ' ........... i 'i PURE ALUMINUM FOIL I Reynold's Wrap 5o Sheets-- le x 1% ................... ii FRESH, HEALTH-BOOSTING PRODUCE -" Vine-Ripened TOMATOES lb. EXTRA FANCY ASPARAGUS .................................... LBIOilS ...... i ......... : ..................... 2 .... Prices for Thursday - Friday - Saturday -- We Reserve Limit Rights Howard's l00/arket Goidendale Phone ]i I I III II IIIIIIl/ l i i ii ill ,, ,