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SENTINEL---Goldendale, Washington Page Five ldendale Lumber & Manufacturing Co. can now offer you a complete a insulate your home regardless of age -- new construction or old. If you e l ved in your home ten years you have paid insulation costs three t.imes-- lay a ut the comfort and fire protection it affords you. Insulating work done eXl erienced applicators. courtroom thereof in the Federal~ I Building in the City of Yakima, ~Washington, its amended petition I for condemnation herein, and that said petition will be brought on for hearing at such time as the court shall direct or at such time to which said hearing may there-I after be adjourned by the court. The above entitled proceeding has be.e~ instituted to use, to-wi~: For the eonstruetion of a river md harbor improvement in the interest of nawgation and other purposes incident thereto in con-; nection with the establishment of the Bonneville Dam and for such~ other uses as may be authorized i by Congress or by Executive Or- der. Said petition has been filed under authority and pursuant to the following Acts of Congress, to-wit: the Act of Congress ap- proved February 26, 1931 (45 Stat. 1421, 40 U. S. C. Sec. 258a), and acts supplementary thereto and amendatory thereof, and un- der the further authority of the Act of Congress approved April 24, 1888 (25 Star. 94, 33 U. S. C. Sec. 591), the Act of Congress ap- proved March 1, 1917 (39 Stat. 948), Public Law 367---64th Cong- ress, which Acts authorize the ac- quisition of land for River and arbor and Flood Control proj- ects, the Act of Congress approv- ed June 18, 1933 (40 U. S. C. Sec. 402), the River and Harbor Act approved A~gust 30, 1935 (49 Stat. Sec. 1038), and the Act of Congress approved May 2, 1946, Public Law 374---79th Congress, Second Ses- sion, which Act appropriated funds for said purposes. The property to be acquired herein consists of 'the following, towit: A perpetual right and easement to overflow and inundate the fol- lowing described lands, together with the right to go upon and re- move therefrom timber, brush and other natural growth, and any accumulation of trash and drift- wood, to-wit: TRACT WK-29 All that portion of the herein- after described lands situate in Klickitat County, Washington; ly- ing below the 98.0-feet contour line above mean sea level, as de- ;termined by reference to the U. :S. C. & G. S. datum, and above the ordinary high water line on north bank of the Columbia River: I[ Lots 1, 2 and 3, Section 2, Town- G Iship 2 North, Range 12 East of vlll~ ~rl i " " that portion of Lot 4 and the 0tTt, a-- g neer w.dl call on you--survey your home and g ve you an estimate With- Willamette Meridian; Also aY_o_Obli rahon" . n ale __ & NWV, of the NW,.of Sec- tion 2, Township 2 North, Just Another of Our Sermces to the People of Golde d and Kliltat" lametteRa~4~e 12Meridian,East 0fde=ribedthe Wil-as follows: Beginning at a point on the north boundary line of said " N'W~ of said NWYt of Section 2, ---, -= unh, 379.7 feet east of the northwest corner thereof; thence south 9.. 44' west to a point in a line drawn south 64" 18' east from a point on i the west boundary line of said! ]Section 2, said point on said westi [[Jboundars, line being 2073 feet: llsouth of the northwest corner ofi [[[said Section 2; thence south 84 118' east to a point 302.1 feet south-' I{easterly from said point on said! Columbus Phone I lwe,t boundary 1/ne heretofore ] Avenue 352 described; thence south 19" ~8' east 90 feet; th~ce south 63" 1~.~ east 526 feet; thence south 2~I 13' east 82 feet; thence south 47"* "I JET IT RAIN IF IT MUST:" That ~s what you will say if a Universal "Jeep" is at work on your fa.~n. Just put on the top and get on the job. With the steady traction of its 4-wheel drive the "Jeep" just keeps on pulling, in spite of soft ground or slippery footing. You don't have to worry about 'impassable' roads. Four. wheel drive takes the "Jeep" through, helps you with spring towing and hauling jobs that must be doa~ GET A 'UEEP" AND GET GOING The~ are phnt~ o~ jobs the "Jeep" om do oa your farm right now. When field tasks are corn-' pleted or road work is done, youx "J~p" need aot stand idle. Its power take-off deliver~ up to ~0 h.p., operates many kinds of imphtaents and farm ~e~T, helps make the "J~p" Amed, ~s's moot vemtila farm tooL E. Main Goldendale AT O, K. RUBBER WE~DtRRS IIll I N I I I II I Jill I I/ II I I I N I II