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June 28, 1989

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2 The Sun, Wednesday, June 28, 1989 I Homespun Humor I The timber summit last Saturday was a remarkable demonstration not only in democracy but it also provided a wonderful example of how all sides in a dispute can sit down and at least talk about reaching an agreement. The summit came just a few days before the House Appropriations Committee was scheduled to consider funding for timber harvesting in 1990. That meeting was to be held today in Washington D.C. It also came just a few days before July 4th, the nation's birthday when we pay tribute to the founding of this experiment in democracy. As of Tuesday morning it was not clear if a final agreement had .... ~n r~=r_hl=.t r~rt th~ nld.nrnwth timl'tnr/~r~mttarl nwl v_Q e By Linda Fink For a person who used to hate cats, I sure have a lot of them. Cats eat birds. I love birds. So why did I acquire a "barn" cat, who not only has eaten a quail from in front of my barn, but has now produced five little potential quail eaters? Diana is supposed to eat mice and rats. She eats mice and keeps rats milkstand gleaning left-over grain, 1 shoo them out, for fear of making conquests into the milkroom befoJ was sure Diana would be stalking them march across the kittens again, eating them, so I can tell by them. But she wasn't. She was just infuriating Diana. So I went about feathers and heads.) But Diana studying them curriously. That was my business, knowing they'd leave only been here three months. before her kittens were born. when I did. (The ducklings are not in If I could just convince her to The two mama ducks are too large the least afraid of the cats, but gophers instead, but there aren't! to squeeze through the cat hole into they're terrified ofme.) many gophers on the roof of tl~' the milkroom, so the babies have no After I'd milked several goats, 1 barn, under the spreading branch~ protection while inside. Everyday realized the peeping had stopped, of the apple tree. That's where Di~ the. ducklings waddle into the Fearing the worst, I looked into spends all her free time--huntillt~ I . pODlic hearing in Grandobviously from the feathers across the room. It 1 understood why Diana decided wane alter she s spayed, wmcn Rondo Elementary School he served not only as moderator butoccasionally decorating the floor of The baby duck was unhurt and ducks are not food items, I'd be able will be as soon as the kittens : ~ ,-~ ..,~AAI^A .;..l~i L,.~! .... :+t.:.. ..... k ....... ~+t-__ ----+L .... J ~_:__J_ _Jr ,. ..... .l ! :....+ L .... t. .... :11 ........ lIMI i _ ........ "r.iP lil'll =i,.l You sure find out .... iiill+l,.~=i/ lady that read:--"i ~" the line at makes no sense at all to someone 10 da~ and the second "Never this youn~ 1 think the attitude that this Yn''.,~t tgirl has now is the best light agalJ~s drugs. There would not be any' drut if nobo(lv used them. Jerr NEWS - A.5 SOCIA! ION George Robertson EDITOR and PUBLISHER CORRESPONDENTS - PRINTING - AuColn, 251q Ravburn House Otfice ,,'liiilli