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~E SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. 9, 2004 PAGE 5 HAT'S APPENING WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 Adult Advisory Board Meeting, 3 Klickitat County Pomona Grange meet- the Goldendale Community Library. ing, 12 noon potluck at the Glenwood Grange, plan programs and events for peers in meeting to follow. For more information, contact Contact the library at 773-4487. Lucille Bevis at 773-9122. THURSDAY, SEPT. 9 The Goldendale Community Library will e Citizens for Peace presents be having an exhibit of books, poetry and citizens' a film that examines the political contributions on the topics of freedom, democra- Fox News Network. Shows will be at cy, events of Sept. 11, and patriotism. For more Library, admission is free. 7 p.m. information, contact the library at 773-4487. p.m. Sept. 11. For more information, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 Young at 773-6991. Fest. 6 p.m. - 9 p.m., downtown arts, crafts and food. For contact The Golden Gallery at FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 Fly-In at The Regional Airport Sept. ]o and 11. contact Flightline Services Storytime. Fridays at lO:3O a.m. welcome. For more informa- the Goldendale Community Library Book Discussion on "Into The Forest," by Jean Hegland at 11 a.m. Join us for a friendly, casual discussion group. For more information contact the library at 773-4487. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 American Red Cross bloodmobile will be at Glenwood School from 3 p.m. - 7 p.m. Donors must be at least 16 years old, weigh a miminum of 11o lbs. and be in good general health. For more information, contact Pastor Sandy Strait at (5o9) 364-3517. Friends of the Library meeting, 7 p.m. For more information, contact the library at 773-4487. kST DISTRICT COURT FIRST ANNUAL[ Photo by Sam Lowry Goldendale recently added a new stop to the car show circuit, rods and owners from as far away as the Willamette Valley in town for the First Annual Open Car and Motorcycle Show, a benefit for the family of the late Bob Buell. "Everybody had a lot of fun," said Jim Taylor - including a group from New Hope Farms, and on Saturday evening, Aug. 28, a youthful throng at E'kone Park for music. Taylor and his wife, Cheryl, organized the event with help from Mary Swing. Kitten and Richard Cumming and their children (LEFT TO RIGHT) Ronnie, Randy, Joseph and Addie drove their red Camaro up from Molalla, Ore., for the show. Reach your customers with one call. .LE CENTER MENU SEPT. 9 Meatballs SEPT. 14 Patties SF,]Fr. 16 Salad served at noon. meals are shut-ins. Services at [or an assessment. DAY LOCAL FORECAST Sx: 9 SEPT. 10 JUOGE BRIAN ALTMAN AUGUST 3 John Samuel Williams: Driving While Suspended 3 (7/19/2004); change of plea to guilty, fined $1,000/$500 susp., pay $65 CAA fees, $102 TIPC, 90 days jail/60 susp., 15 days credit time served, 2 yr. bench prob., NSV. No Contact Order Violation (7/19/2004); change of plea to guilty, fined $1,000/$750 susp., pay $65 CAA fees, 90 days jail/70 susp/credit 15, 2 yr. bench prob. NSV, concurrent jail time w/good time, NCO remains in effect until expiration date, no firearms allowed. Brian George Woolery: DV Assault 4 (4/18/2004); Interfere W/reporting Domestic Violence (4/18/2004); motion denied to extinguish no contact order, modification granted to have contact between parties at therapists and attor- ney appointments. James Christian-David Bartz: Protection Order Violation (6/14/2004); $2,500 bond forfeited, $7,500 bail set, in custody. David John Dodge: No Contact Order Violation (6/5/2004); def. failed to appear, $500 warrant. Marcellina Mac Knight: Operate Vehicle win Valid Cert. of Ownership (5/14/2004); def. failed to appear, $2,500 warrant, Puss of Marijuana (5/14/2004); combined warrant. Donald Scott Linebeck: Puss of Drug Paraphernalia (10/25/2003); dismissed per city motion pursuant to plea negoti- ation in cr1762. Puss of Marijuana (12/13/2002); plea - not guilty (sue. rescinded), fined $1,000/$700 susp., $250 GIF, $100 jail fee, $100 LAB fee, $50 court costs, $175 CAA fees, obtain drug/alcohol eval, 90 days jail/88 susp., 24 ran. active prob., NSV. Mark Christopher Surratt: Driving While Supended 3 (4/30/2004); dis- missed per city motion pursuant to mis- taken identity. Ladonna Lynn Teel: DV Assault 4 (8/4/2002); dismissed per defense's motion compliance w/sue. Erica Nicole Thompson: Theft 3 (5/26/2004); 24 ran. stipulated order of continuance filed, pay $100 court costs, $250 GIF, $50 CAA fees, 24 mo. bench prob., NSV. Andrew Jonathan Wilde: Minor Puss and/or Consumption (1/21/2004); def. failed to appear, $1,500 warrant. Joenah Ray Hyer: DV Assault 4 (3/2/2004); victim motion to extinguish NCO denied. Arlen George Cloud: DU1(7/4/2004); chg. of plea to guilty, fined $1,503, pay $100 CAA fees, $50 court costs, $200 jail fees, complete treatment, 1 yr. I.I.D. 90 days EHM, 365 days jail time/310 susp, credit time served, 2 yr. dr. lic rev., 24 mo. active prob. NSV. Possession of Illegal Fireworks, Possession of Marijuana (7/4/4); change of plea to guilty, (1) $1,000/$I,000 susp. (2) $1,000/$500 susp., $250 GI.F. fee, $50 court costs, $100 lab fee, (1) 90 days jailt90 susp., (2) 90 days jail time/89 susp., concurrent jail time, 2 yr. bench probation, NSV. James Christian-David Bartz: Protection Order Violation (8/1/2004); plea - not guilty, found indigent, $7,500 bail set, no contact with victim. AUGUST 4 Stacey Marie Baxter: Theft 3 (7/29/2004); plea- not guilty, found indi- gent, pr'd with conditions. Mitchell A. Stone: DV Assault 4 (5/30/2004); 24 mo. stipulated order of continuance, pay $100 court costs, $250 G.I.F., complete DV perpetrator's treatment program, 24 ran. active prob. 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Daniel Kristopher Phillips: Failure to Stop/Yield at Intersection (6/18/2004); SCHOOL LUNCH MENU WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8 B - Cold cereal, toast, milk. L Tacos, corn, veggies, bread, pears, milk. THURSDAY, SEPT. 9 B - Breakfast roll, fruit, milk. L - French toast, ham, hash- brown, fruit, milk. FRIDAY, SEPT. 10 B - Oatmeal, juice, toast, milk. L - Hamburger, orange wedge, fruit, cookie, milk. MONDAY, SEPT. 13 B - French toast, fruit, milk. L - Chicken nuggets, French fries, veggies, bread, apple- sauce, milk. TUESDAY, SEPT. 14 B - Cold cereal, toast, fruit, milk. L - Soup & sandwich, veggies, pears, cobbler, milk. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. I~ B - Cold cereal, toast, fruit, milk. L - Pizza, green beans, veg- gies, pineapple, milk. Reach 1.5 million Washington newspaper The Goldendale Sentinel readers for as low as $995 per El{ One 11 7 W Main [phone call reaches up to 74 markets with Goldendale WA 98620 [ incredibly low rates. Ask for free quote 50 773 7 7 on "2x2 Spec|al~" ( 9) -3 7 GIVE YOUR ELECTRIC A VACATION.* efore you pack the suitcases and kids into the car for your summer vacation, unplug your television, computer, clock radios and microwave oven. They use electricity as long as they're plugged in, even when they're turned off. ~$ Turn up the thermostat to save on air conditioning bills. Do not turn your thermostat off before you leave, as a too-hot house can become humid and invite mold. ,~ Switch the water heater to "vacation" setting or the lowest temperature. c Turn off most of the lights in the house. Connect a few lights to an automatic timer to give your house a lived-in look. Klickitat PUD, Owned by those it serves. Goldendale 1313 S. 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