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Page 10 Hells Canyon Journal, March 29, 1989 Young Writers Offered Residency Students in grade nine through twelve are eligible to enter a statewide competi- tion in poetry and short fiction, sponsored by the Eastern Oregon Regional Arts Council. Ten students, five in poet- ry and five in fiction wig win a residency July 7-13 at Wallowa Lake, where their programs will be integrated into the Fishtrap Gathering: Writing West of the Rock- ies, a regional conference for professional writers. For poetry, three to five typed poems should be sub- mitted. For fiction entries, one complete short, story, typed and double spaced is required. Each entry must contain the student's name, address, phone number and grade as well as his or her teacher's name, school, school address and phone number. Competition en- tries must be postmarked no later than April 15, 1989. Entrants and teachers will be notified of results by mail during the week of May 8. Selection is based solely upon the quality of work submitted. There is no entry fee and all costs are covered. Questions and all entries may be directed to: Young Writers, EORAC c/o RSI House, EOSC, La Orande, Oregon, 97850, or call 1-800-452-8639, ext. 1624. Weather Report By Everett Payton March Date High Low Prec. 20 48 22 21 38 32 0.30 22 45 34 23 48 36 24 46 29 0.06 25 54 35 0.21 26 54 35 - ........ 7 Baker's Locally Owned & Operated [ Mortuary a Jim and Martha Monroe Is your insurance up to date? correct benefici ary listed? We can help you get everything in order. ONROE I }THORTUARYI to the sea. caaml 1950 Place St., Baker (503) S2 4300 Formerly/,angr,/2 Mor m 1 Milner Dam to be Reconstructed Morrison I mdsen Engi- neers, Inc., San Francisco, has been awarded a $3-mil- lion engineering services contract for the reconstruc- tion of Milner Dam near Burley and development of a hydroelectric plant down- stream. Idaho Power, the Twin Falls Canal Company and the Northside Canal Company are joint develop- ers of the projects. The developers expect to invite bids from construction firms this summer to begin the dam's rehabilitation in October. Power plant con- struction won't start until about a year later. Remember...Set your clocks ahead Sunday a.m.! Gallons Only Through April 1 5th ~onoionononononouonop~ Appliance Repair All Makes Call Eagle Valley " Furniture 893-6144 OR : Robbins Arrow , 523-4428 c, interior/lat s Latex Flat Wall Fin- ish is high-hiding, fast- drying. Easy to clean up. White. Noe.81~Iw r.oemm ~m.,~ m =m=., a,,,.i ,~. White Ceiling Latex won't streak or yellow. Fast-drying, easy to clean up. Acrylic Caulk dries quickly for a tough, dura- ble seal. 1 1 oz. cartridge. / 11 Oz. Weatherall Siliconized Acrylic Latex Caulk. Clear/White/Brown =u~rkw-441 ha= ,urethane Varnish WoodClear Preser i Semi-Transparent Oil Stain preserves without hiding natural grain. Tru-Seal Water- proofing Coating penetrates, waterproofs surfaces. Solid-Color Latex Stain hides like a paint, but won't hide the grain. Colors CENEX llalf a. Richland LAND O LAKES 7 t2-2315 S93-61311~93-618 I ~-------------__------------:---~__~__--__:__~__~~ ~-:---__-~.---__-