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designed to to crops of of future Louisiana- Harry A. dedicated a reforestation private lan- called Tree Enterprise lan- acres or a free of !by one of L-P's If the for cam- growth, L-P 1970 and ap- 15 students. school has two teachers of 35 |t Musalacon have always a three-hour ; at first there session, three-heur by the and the from 8:30 P.m. Musahlcon 'of different for the in- can be dne to the the school q/te small. because number of ique service launched will provide the landowner with a complete economic growth plan including an analysis of financing sources, planting advice and market consultation. The report- prepared by L-P at no cost to the landowner-will show the true potential of the land if it were supporting a tree crop for future harvest. Partially stocked and unmanaged stands of timber may also qualify for consideraton. As part of the service to landowners, they will provide assistance with planting, timer stand improvements, brush control, boundary markings, harvesting and n High Students at Musalacon study many of the same subjects they would at any other high school, but each student works on an in- dividual study basis and precedes at his or her own pace instead of studying as a class group. Many students find individualizing easier for them and as a result achieve more academic success. With success students learn to attend school more regularly and tend to become more interested in their subjects. The environment at Musalacon is informal, but students are required to work and learn to be responsible for their actions in claas__ Visitors are welcome to visit Musalacon High School and to observe the program in operation, in this way a better understanding of the school and its goals and objectives may be obtained by members of the Clover- dale community. Irs for schools have by the School teachers end of lementary has to teach the State and has grade in Remain is years grade at the the 1972 years. of the at will teacher learning Jefferson had five teacher students in School Mrs. of Pacifie I erellment new kin- will be ,fferso, has a math, coach at Mr. ester at and two Valley Heisa rla Chico. is of at im a of other aspects of forest managent. L-P foresters will also assist landowners in securing government funding for reforestation. "In instances where government funding isn't available, Louisiana-Pacific is prepared to provide lan- downers with interim financing to get them started on a timber growth program," Merle said. "In return for all these forest management services, we ask that the landowner give L-P the opportunity to meet any bid made for timber he sells." arts. He Years of as an high of San in speech from the same university. Mrs. Polly Frenaye- Hutcheson will teach 7th grade math and reading. This will be her first teaching assignment and she is a graduate of San Francisco State University. Eric Neel will teach 7th grade social studies. Mr. Neel taught in the Visalla Unified School District last year. He is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley. Anthony Fonmna will teach physical education at Washington. Th/s will be his first teaching assignment. He is a graduate of the California State University of Cico. Two more new teachers will be employed for the Washington faculty before school begs. During the ceremonies kicking of the service on his own hoe ranch, Maerlo state, "We cannot wait for the government to do what is right. Logic and common sense say we must serve ourselves. L-P's Tree En- terprise is a sett-llelp program that will benefit future generations. It will be funded by L-P, demon- strating that a successful free enterprize organization can do just a little more than society demands of it in Silva's Pharmacy 894-5206 VITAMIN C TRY OUR HANDY DRIVE-UP WINDOW Our We have something other VISA cards don't have: It's called "The 1% Advantage, and it's a very handy way to use your savings account as a line of credit. No Annual Fee. On the other hand, those cards have some- thing we don't have: an annual fee. Come talk to us aboutVISA. Our way. sc00nos 00CoMow00 . to the family. Iq' Harry A. Merio, Louisiana-Pacific chairman and president, announces a new program aimed at encouraging small private landowners to turn some or all of their land into tree farms to provide for future timber needs. L-P calls the new program Tree Enterprise. providing affordable, quzlity products and services for all Americans. "I'm particularly proud that Louisiana-Pacific is initiating this program. "We can do our job...report 103 Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale, 894-3301 ond Omcmwm al your tomoc#kms ond . : =-'7= a solid profit for our stockholders...and improve the quality of life of Americans we may never know otherwise through or reforestation service. That makes this American one very happy person," Merle said. Interested landowners ar encouraged to call their local Louisiana-Pacific office for further details. Geyserville Area Busine Wednesday, August 27, 1980 - Page 15 Chamber Chatter By VIVIAN WEER Roses are red, Violets are Blue, You're 80, Del Sheppard, And I love you! [y friend Del, is a very special person. He has been in-* valved in the Sister City program for several years and I believe he has made at least three of the trips to Cloverdale,- B.C., including the last one in May. Then, his doctor gave him some rather depressing news. But Del says, 'Tin gonna lick this." And I Just know he will. His 80th birthday is tomorrow, Thursday, August 28. Why don't we all call him and wish him a happy day. The number is 894-3770. Hang in there, Mr. Sheppard! ARLA JEAN TIME: Last week I remarked in passing that I was off to visit my friend, Aria Jean, to find out the answers to all of tthe heavy questions of late. Arla Jean tells it like it is. She has so much common sense in her make up that one wonders why the powers that be had not thought of that particular solution in the first place. I asked her what she thought of the Democratic Con- vention...especially the Kennedy speech. She said quite simply, "Oh, I liked his talk, but when he left the podium, he barged in front of his wife and was half way out of the crowd- before someone had reminded him that he'd left poor Joan in the lurch. That decided my vote right then and there!" Funny...l noticed that but when the press failed to pick it up,' I promptly forgot it the next day... SHINE ON HARVEST MOON: The Harvest and Energy Fair coming up in September sounds like it will at least triple the interest this year. Premium books are available and there are all kinds of prizes. The Fair Board is also booking a little carnival to go with the three-day festivity, so if you can...can ! HOLIDAY TIME: Do you realize that there are still folks around who think that Labor Day is celebrated in recognition of the pregnant woman? Well, there are. But to Cioverdale, it means the last long parade through our by-pass-less town for this summer anyway. I don't know about you...but I'm going to go jump in a lake? And how was your week? BINO'S 00u,o REPAIR Under the new ownership of Jim Remain Repair work on all makes of foreign & domestic cars & trucks Call 857-37q10 for appt. 21310 Redwwod Hwy. 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