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A2 THE TAOS NEWS Thursday, Aug. 2,1990 Stress sustainable "Grease" is not the word, Kiddies; "sustainable" is. When I came back to Taos after a three-and-a-half day .Ecology Conference in Berkeley, all the excellent speakers and workshops had me feeling inspired. While environmental problems are serious and must be resolved, the hundred of participants seemed determined to save our planet. Meanwhile I was searching for some way to sum up the conference. When I met with John Kimmey, Director of the Sustainable Native Agricultural Center in San Cristobal, I realized the one word I had heard over and over again at Berkeley was "sustainable." Kimmey, a long-time Taos County resident, is a man with a mission. He wants to save native farming in Northern New Mexico and also contribute to the worldwide "farm crisis." He is deeply troubled that lands used for centuries for subsistence food production are losing irrigation water rights because present owners are no longer cultivating them. ierra Madre He said he is determined to save seeds used for many generations, seeds that breed true and produce offspring that will continue their line. Modern seed companies have developed special hybrid strains that often "produce sensational yields," but, like mules, "they don't have babies." they cannot reproduce themselves so farmers must forever buy seeds from the big companies that produce these hybrids. Additionally, this "high-tech food production" demands chemical fertilization and pesticides. Kimmey said he has traversed Taos County finding viable seeds 20 or 30-years-old. 'They have been gathering dust on barn shelves ever since Grandpa died." Young people are too busy working for cash in town, or watching televi- Please see Madre, Page A-7 Fun with clay Richard Biddlingmeier, left, Syra Cortez and Shannon Velarde make clay animal masks last Thursday (July 26). The three were students in the children's program at the Taos Institute of Arts. Dale Fulkerson The institute served over 350 students from ages 4 to 74 during its second season. Many prominent local artists were featured instructors at the institute which held classes at Taos Valley, Dale Fulkerson Monday's rain Placitas Roacf nearly became a lake as buckets finally predict bright and sunny skies through the full of rain fell Monday (July 30). Weather reports weekend. Penasco's 'El Pite' Sahd dies at 79 "A stalwart New Mexican," "a marvelous family man," "an active public servant" and "a diehard Republican" were some of the ways friends of Pete "El Pite" Sahd described the Penasco merchant on hearing of his death Tuesday (July 31). Sahd died Tuesday morning of complications related to heart disease in Albuquerque's Presbyterian Hospital. He was 79 years of age. Secretary of the Interior Manuel Lujan said University of New Mexico basketball games "will never be the same" without Sahd, a perennia? fan, in the stands. Sahd and Lujan were personal friends and political cronies. Sen. Pete Domenici said Sahd's death was "a great shock." He praised Sahd's public service and said he "supported worthwhile causes for all of the 25 years I knew him." Sahd was part of the third generation of merchants in his family who immigrated from Rpumie, Lebanon to New Mexico. His grandfa- r thef, McPVussu?, tiffe IheWst to'come, settling in Las Vegas. Peter A. Sahd, El Pite's father, moved his general store from Cerrillos to Taos in 1930. ,^ : ; Young Peter was born in Lebanon Jan. 1, 1911, before his mother joined her husband in New Mexico. Both the father and grandfather took goods from their store and worked as traveling peddlers, providing all the necessities to people in Northern New Mexico's isolated mountain communities. In 1946 the younger Pete opened his own store in Penasco and ran it until his death. In recent years, ^ v •> store's day-to-day manf Cement has been passed to his son, Randy. Trained as a journalist, Pete Sahd worked as a reporter for several years before following in his father's professional footsteps. After opening his store, Sahd began publishing Los Penasqueros, a small newspaper with an irregular publication schedule, dedicated to the happenings in the tiny villages that used Sahd's Store. Sahd was an avid sports fan, a devoted mem- \ ber and officer of University of New Mexico alumni groups and a committed Republican. : Sahd is survived by his wife, Patricia, of Penasco; brother Albert Sahd of Taos; sisters Agnes • MacKaron and Bertha Sahd, both of, Albuquerque; sons Ted Sahd and wife Marti of ^Albuquerque, and Randy Sahd and wife Diane of ; <' Penasco; five grandchildren, -two grea"t-gfand- jj children and an aunt, Clara, Sah,d of| Albuquerque.. , .... <.,..<• '•;....«•.-.». !> A funeral mass is scheduled at 11 a.m. today (Aug. 2) at St. Anthony's Church in Penasco T HE TAOS PUELBO POW WOW COMMITTEE wishes to express our sincere "thanks" and appreciation to the following business, organizations and individuals for contributing to a very successful 6TH ANNUAL TAOS PUEBLO POW WOW: Taos Pueblo Governor - Mike Concha Taos Pueblo Governor's Siaff Taos Pueblo Tourism Office Taos Pueblo Restoration Crew Joe Martinez Taos Pueblo Tourism Monitors Taos Pueblo Police Chief - Reynaldo Lujan Taos Pueblo Tribal Police Officers Taos Pueblo Tribal Administration Staff Taos Pueblo Tribal Administer Joyce Martinez Taos Pueblo TWEP - Bennie Mondragon Taos Pueblo Tribal Works Program David Gomez Taos Pueblo Forestry -Youth Program Taos Pueblo Warchiefs Office Taos Pueblo Volunteer Fire Depl. Taos Pueblo Queen Committee Town of Taos Mayor - Eloy Jeantele Town of Taoi Fiesta Committee Town of Taos Councilman - Frank Cruz Tesuque Pueblo Governor - Gilbert Vigil Tony Arkeketa Sgt. Wallace Colfey Ted Cleveland Tony Killscrow NM National Guard - Francis Cordova Pueblo Motors Big O Tires Sam's Shop Cid's FoodSiorc Amigo's Food Coop. Taos Inn Holiday Inn Quail Ridge Inn Ramada Inn Quality Inn Kuctuna Lodge Super 8 Motel Import Outlet Unica Casa Taos Cycle Works Atom Graphics Lulhe/'s Electric Olguins Sawmill Millicenl Rogers Museum Paul 1'eralu Ramos Lelhcrweiks - Joel Wood Native Crafts - Richard i>uazo AlRay Juaiiita Martinez DelOrr Jimmy Murnu»gulk Canlu Fumiuue Taos Fauns KTAO 'Ihe Taos News NM Magazine KKIT JC Am and Craft* SW Moccasin and Drum Zia Tree Service - Glenn Casey Alex and Mary Concha John and Rose Archuleu Joe C. Sandoval Rose Romancito Cameron and Alice Martinez David and Andrea Goine/ Arthur and Judy Lujan Kerim Hamarai John Fields Rod Mohler Frank and Bemadette Rainleaf Paul Pacheco Sr. Dwayne and Rhoda Hopper Family of Pauline Concha Lee and Barbara Bently Tom Teegarden Helen Victor CeCe Cornelsevah Mark Ortiz Harold Littlebird Mazall Galindo Paul Pacheco Jr. Pat Goodnight Tony Mirabal John and Wynema Rainer Marie Bemal Linda Yardley Family Michelle Concha Branson Valarde J. Leonard Concha Ernest Concha Scott Fields Fred Romero Tony Romero Gilbert Suazo Slephan Davenport Tony Whitecrow Harold Cordova Jeffrey Romancilo Mcko and Seven Concha Sam Adams Benito Concha Alex D. Concha Marvin Leflhand Daniel Jaramillo Travis and Rose Parkins V. Rainer Alfred Reyna Ann C. Reyna Juanila Monloya Robert Guoladdle Peler Ayon Valerie Martinez Daniel Paul Marcus Juanila G. Concha Roberta Archulela Joseph Trujillo David Martinez Derylc I^ujan Peter Teinpleton Tutu and Toniu Luceio Toby Zorthian Bobby Lujan Joe David Marcus Juanila Mir absd Mary Jane Martinez Phillip and Crucila Sandoval lojcy Archulela SuoUnd Singers Holly TixijjJuo Alicia Lujan Marie Concha Marilyn Concha Prisciila Wright Rosenda Trujillo Sanianiia Leftband Crucita Lane Juanila Dubray Rafina Gomez Pasqualita Mondragon Eva Concha Marisol Garcia Maria Romero Luke Romero Michael Smalljumper Glenda Concha Andrea Martinez Christina Lujan John Vigil Irene Romero Janet Farley Maryann Goodluck Geneva Navarre Dennis Finkel David Lujan Fred Lujan Jr. Don Christain Howard Badhand Blair Kenagy Lisa Chavez Russell Lujan Ross and Virginia Joseyesva Calvin Concha Holan Gomez Erik Gomez Lewis Samora Vicente Lujan Eugene Wright Gilbert Lujan Patrick Pino Jose Samora Wilbert Concha Jerry Concha Michele Koplow Bcmice Gonzales Bruce Ross Peter and Julia Wood Mary Higgins Antoinette Simmons Suzanne Courier Carol Molhei Glenn Coley John Tiujillo Captain Mike Wurlitzer Ladies lid Weizel Alejandro Lujan Al Lujan Jonathan Gomez Bear Mui. 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