Klamath tribune. (Chiloquin, Or.) 1956-1961, January 01, 1960, Image 1

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Form 3547
Rcquttted
BULK RATE
U. S. POSTAGE
PAID
Pirmlt No. 2
CHILOQUIN, OREGON
VOL. 5 NO. 1
KLAMATH INFORMATION AND EDUCATION PROGRAM
JANUARY 1960
Gcorgianna Joe Graduates From Portland
Secretarial School, Plans Secretarial Employment
Graduating from her 15-inonth
clerk-receptionist course at Port
land Secretarial School, Portland,
on December 23 was Georgianna
Joe. Georgianna received a steno
graphic diploma after completing
such subjects as Knglish, typing,
spelling, math, shorthand, busi
ness forms and filing. She con
siders that shorthand was the
most difficult but concedes she
got to the point where she could
take "a litle bit". Her instructors
give her more credit and add that
she is also an excellent typist.
Evaluating the course, Gcorgi
anna avers : "I thought it was real
wonderful." As for the school:
"It's nice too."
She recommends Portland Sec
retarial highly to other girls in
terested in business training: "I
think more girls should take ad
vantage of it. I've seen some
other business schools and I don't
think they have as much equip
ment to work with as they do
here. It's more like a working
place. They treat you just like
you're on the job."
Georgianna got her high school
training at Chiloquin and Mt.
Angel High Schools. Her first
three years were spent at Chilo
quin and her senior year at Mt.
Angel, a girls' school operated by
Catholic sisters. She considers
Mt. Angel an excellent prepara
tory school for post-high school
training: "They prepare you bet
ter for college or anything you
might want to go into. The teach
ers are more for all the students.
There isn't any playing around.
With all girls it's bound to be
that way."
Georgianna'sprescnt plans are
explicit: T want to work, get a
job." She has several prospects,
including a secretarial position
with Portland General Electric
Co.. and anticipates that one will
materialize shortly. Geograph
ically she intends to remain in the
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One Bid Received In First Sustained Yield
Unit Sale, Plans Received On Second Group
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Only one out of the four us
stained yield units put up for sale
on Jan. 20, VXD received a bid.
The bid was made by Crown
Zellerbach for the purchase of the
Antelope Desert Unit.
The unit for which Zcllcrback
bid $1,612,182, $6,000 more than
the realization value, is located in
the Northwestern part of the
Reservation. It covers 91,5 U
acres of land and is estimated to
contain 68X)7 M board ft. of saw
timber and I61..VJ cords of lodge
pole pine. The required deposit of
$81,809.00. was submitted together
with the bid. The company is re
quired to pay the balance within
ninety days from the date the bid
is accepted by the Secretary of
lutrior. It is expected that Sec
retarial acceptance will be an
nounced within the near future.
According to Public Law 587 as
amended, private purchasers are
required to have their sustained
yield management plans approved
by the? Secretary of Agriculture
before they are eligible to submit
bids. Furthermore, the amended
termination law provides that
only bids equal to or exceeding
the realization value will be considered.
( )f the four units put up for
sale on January 20, three units re
ceived plans. Only the Sykan
Marsh unit with a realization
value of o,10.,0. received no
plan. Specialty Gas Products sub
mitted the two other plans, one
for the Xorth Marsh Unit and the
other for the Modoc Point Unit,
both of which plans were ap
proved by the Secretary of Agri
culture. In lieu of bids on these units,
however, Specialty Gas submitted
a formal request for a three
month extension of time or until
April 20. I960. A statement by
Robert Maloney, president of the
company, explained that the ex
tension was being requested be
cause Federal, state and count)
tax consequences peculiar to su
stained yield operations had not
been resolved. As of the publica
tion of this issue of the Tribune,
no word had been received re
garding the Department of In
terior's approval or disapproval of
this request. Over fourteen mil
lion dollars are involved in these
two units alone, since the realiza
tion value of the Xorth Marsh
Unit is $1 1,017,376 and the Modoc
Point Unit has been valued at
S.V78I.618.
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