Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 12, 1975 · Page 12
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The Idaho Kree Press. Wednesday. Kcbrujry 12. 1075- 12 Soil Conservation staff assists in snow surveys t ' A T . T U V V T I «»:-! i .. CALIIVVELL - Michael Ycrby of Ihe Soil Conservation Service at Caldwell. recently attended a snow survey school at Big Sky, Montana. The SCS staff at Caldii-ell assists annually in Ihe snow survey program held from January through May l, with . prime responsibility for (he Silver City and South Mountain snow courses, in addition lo Ihe entire counties of Owyhec. Elmore, Ada, Gem. and Boise. According lo Ihe SCS. all irrigation water in southwestern Idaho comes from melting snow- on the mountain water sheds. This melted snow-water flows down rivers and canals until it reaches homes and farms. Since Canyon County farmers usually have adequate water supplies lo raise good crops every year according lo the SCS, residents are not loo concerned about snow surveys and water supply forecasts. What does interest residents is the prospect of flooding along Ihe Boise River, Ycrby points out. Information gained from measuring the snow depth at high mountain snow stations, plus records from previous years on storm frequency und water yield, arc used to decide how much water can be expected in the Boise River Reservoirs. This adjustment of reservoir storage is a difficult and touchy problem, Yerby explains. If the situation looks like there may be excess water, Ihe reservoirs are lowered through the river until a safe level is reached. This early release of water may cause some local flooding along the river through Ada and Canyon Counties but it averts a much greater problem later on. Perhaps if too much waler is released, the reservoir will not fill and area farms are deprived of adequate irrigation water for Ihe coming season. If too little water is released there is danger that a heavy storm may dump a lot of snow on the watershed and cause Ihe reservoir lo fill too quickly. Then excess water has to be spilled from the reservoirs to keep (hem from breaking over and flooding the cily of Boise. This release can cause heavy local flood damage alone Ihe Michael Yerby, SCS, explains soil surveys river. Snow surveys and water supply forecasts help government officials manage Ihe Boise River and its reservoirs at a safe and useful level. Without these water forecasts, management of the reservoirs would be very difficult and dangerous. Yerby comments. Workshops scheduled in credit management BOISE - Boise State University professor Dr. Robert Behling will be in Nampa Thursday and Friday evenings, Feb. 13 and 20. lo conduct a credit management and finance workshop designed lo assist small businessmen. Behling. who was a Ph. D. from Ihe University of Northern Colorado, teaches accounting and dala processing al 11SU The two-session workshop, he soys, "outlines not only (he nauire and role of credit, but the function and management of credit, handling of interest computations anil discounts, the establishment of financial rnun;teF" i "'nt. 'i r "W«:[,-i tiding there-turn on investment, how (o determine what is really profit, and what (o do with profit after il has been made." The .S'ampa Chamber of Commerce. Small Business Administration and Boise Slate University are sponsors of Ihe workshops. They will be held from 7-10 p.m. Ihe next two Thursdays in room 113 of Ihe Wiley Learning Center on (he Northwest Nazarc-nc College campus. Fees are S12. liiisint'asmen interested in (he workshops can contact Al Ferguson ;il Ibp BSU Center for Business and Economic Research, plinm- 3B5-1571 School problems studied MKHIIHAN - The Task Force, a voluntary group of approximalely 125 parents working wilh Meridian school officials, heard a progress reporl at a recent meeting al the Eagle Elementary School. The main purpose of the group is lo study the district's problems and investigate possible means of solving them. Al present Ihe largest problem is overcrowded classrooms in Ihe elementary and junior high schools, due lo the rapid growth of Ihe area. The group has investigated boundary changes of Ihe school district lines, the district's override levy, increasing Ihe bonding limit, and meeting wilh a developer's group. The feasibility of double sessions, year-round school, and busing students lo Boise lo less crowded schools are being in- vesligaled. All areas, including legislalion and olhnr bills concerning schools introduced by representatives are being studied. The group hopes not only to be of some help to Ihe Meridian School District but will also try to help other school districts of Idaho that have the same problems. Assisling Mrs. Robert Fulwyler, chairman, are cochairmen Dr. Doug Mitchell of Eagle area and David Wheeler ot Ihe Easlside area. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says Ihe farms within a 600-mile radius of Kansas Cily account for 78 per cent of the nation's wheat, 89 per cent of its hogs, 80 per cent of the cattle, 90 per cent of the corn, 93 per cent of the sorghum and 89 per cent ofIhe soybeans BSU to host flight competition B O l S E - B o i s e S t a t e University is one of six U.S. colleges and universilies invited lo host (he first U.S. Precision Flight Team Competition. The National Pilot's Association selected BSU for their Region 1 meet. Ontario Municipal Airport, Onlario, Oregon will be the site for the two day nieel, March 1 and 2. Results from Ihe regional meets netting five winners each will compete al the National Meet in Santa Fe, N.M., April 16. Four national winners in flight competition will bo selected and Birch Lecturer ROBERT ADELMAH SpeoKrn? On 'WHY YOU'RE GOING BROKE' Friday, Feb. 14 at 8 P.M. ol the Nampo Community Cinl«r Saturday, Feb. 14 at 8 P.M. ' Mill Block Restaurant in Miridlan Students, $1 U,K,$2 Double Steel Belted Radials 2nd rire-'/z Price when you buy 1 at regular price W.OOO MILE TIRES BUILT FOR 1975 NEW CARS Th " c G°°Jy"'» '"*' ^'«i "dials ID save money. [2] u sc- CHIC KV tllC DCrill to DBirr less ' I;l '' ' 3 ' provide lunger mileage, ami [4| help conserve nu ciWrTFC n « T « Am " rica ' s r ' ?5Durccs - Nuw is lht t i m c ' " bu ' lhnsc 1975 nc "' un oinuLtj Un o t t o car raubls. Sale prices remain in elfecl through Saturday. 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