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January 10, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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January 10, 1963 likely today and through weekend. trend, highs in the 30s, ," 15 to 25. SHET,TON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "Christmastn U.S.A." Shelton, Washin Be Comfortable with Shell Modern Heat Blue +Crutch Sale Raises $152,27 For March of Des Legionnaires conducting the March of Dimes "blue crutch sale" last Saturday colleched $152.27, reports Jay Umphenour, com- mander of Fred B. ,Wivell Amer- ican Legion post. The project was carried out by Umphenour, E)el "Weston, Stan Smith, Bob Taylor, Phil Durand, Glen Gardner, and Jim Durand. LEGIONNAIRES ATTEND REGIONAL CONFERENCE Four officers of Fred B. Wivell post attended an American Leg- ion Legion regional membership conference in Seattle Sunday at which National Commander James E. Powers of Macon. Ga., was principal speaker. They included Post Commander Jay Umphenour, First Vie Com- mander Del Weston, Adjutant Mel Dobson, and Service Officer John Luhm. Legionnaires from Alaska, Montana and Oregon as well as Washington were present for the conference. GENE MARTIN MEMORIAL PROPOSED BY 40 &amp; 8 Action to establish a memorial to the late Gone Martin in mem- o'y of his devoted services to four veterans organizations in this community was started at its monthly promenade last Thursday by 40 & 8 Voiturc 135 of Mason County. Chef de Gare Frank Travis Jr., appointed Mel Dobson to repre- sent the 40 & 8 on a committee &hod Board Hires Architect For Kitchen Job The Shelton School Board Tues- day night voted to hire G. Stacey Bennett, Olympia architect, Lo draw plans for the central kitcimn it plans to put in the lrene S. Reed building after school is out next spring. Tfie High School will be moved to the Grant C. Angle building when it is completed, and, part of room left in the ISR building by this move win be used for the central kitchen. Superintendent of Schools R. \\;V. Oltman told the board it ap- peared that the move into the Grant C. Angle building could start about Feb. 1. The board voted to accept the bid of Cleave Robinson of $100 to tear down an old house on school property at Eighth and Franklin. The board is continuing its in- vestigation of what can be done with the driver's training course in the high school. Oltman said it would cost each student about $30 in tuition if the course was taken out of the curriculum and taught after school hours and on Satur- days. The board received a report from the citizen's advisory com- mittee that Loop Field was inade- quate and dangerous and asking the board what further investiga- tion nf what to do could be pur- to consist of representatives of the sued by the committee. American Legion, Veterans el G0 A||  UIL U ' Foreign Wars, and "World War II Veterans to study ways and means BAYSHORE42.aa22ROAO of establishing suci" a memrial" [ Sch001Sn'|i h.'.T0 n.0bserve e ,voLop--- bei----g bette-------r sto:,s,-,-zens-,e .,aj , , being good. Oliver Cromwell. l Schools in Mason Count3 ill observe "Temperance and' Good I Want To Stay Young? Have Clean Fun? , GET OFF THE OAVENPORT: Citizenship Day" Jan. 16. In a let{or to school adminis- trators. Louis Bruno. Superintend- cnt of Public Instruction, said that on that day emphasis should be directed toward the effects of to- ba.cco, narcotics and alcoholic bev- erages as they relate to the health, strength and vigor of the nation's citizens. The day is observed in the schools under a law passed by the Simpson Names Export Mnager Appointment of Lantz D. War- rick as export manager of Sinap- son International, effective today was announced by Hal W. Mc- Clary, vice president and general manager. Simpson International is a div- ision of Simpson Timber Com- pany and seeks trade opportuni- ties everwvhere outside the U.S. Warrick will headquarter in Shel- ton and be directly responsible for developing and managing Strop- son's stepped up export activities. A native of Aberdeen, and life- long resident of Washington, War- rick attended the University of Washington, He brings to Simp- son broad experience in the for- est products export business, dat- ing back to the 1930s. He comes to Simpson from Elliott Bay Lum- ber Company, Seattle. where he was manager of the export de- pa rtment. Warriek succeeds the late Gee. Hobbs, who was killed Nov. 8 i an airplane accident. World War I Vels To Elect Officers Madrona Barracks of the Vet- erans .of World War I and its Auxiliary win elect officers for the comping year at their meetings at 8. p.m. today in the Memorial Hail. IL will be the regular January meeting of the groups Member- ship reports will be presented Refreshments will be served fol- lowing the meetings. Fourth In Fire School Series Held The fourth in a serie of fire schools sponsored by Mason County Fire District No. 4 in Little Skookum Community Hall was held Jan. 3. Speaker was James Brom, fire marshan from Vancouver, who talked on the behavior of fires. About 20 volunteer firemen at- tended. The next in the seines of fire schools will be Jan. 17 with Clin- ton Maehl as speaker. MOOSE LOi)([E TO Hearing Set On Fire Dis trkt On Harstine Island The Mason County Commission set 11 a.m. Jan. 28 as tbe date or a .hearing on the formation of a fire district on Harstine lsland. The commission received a peLf- lion last week bearing 41 signa- lures asking for the formation of the l-ire district. The commission voted to send a letter to the city commission in- dicating the county was willing to give the city first priority in seek- ing federal funds under the county's distressed area designa- tion for its proposed sewer pro- ject. A letter from city street su- perintendent Elroy Nelson in- formed the county the city was in the process of getting the applica- tion for the federal funds in order. The commission accepted the] bid of the Burroughs Corporation I for $5,071.04 for a bookkeeping I machine for the county treasur-[ er's office t Also acceptea was the bid of I Coast Office Equipment Ca., O1ym- i pia, for a printing calenlator and I a dictating machine for the audi- tor's office. Irvin MeArthur. county public assistance administrator, ap- peared at the meeting to ask if the commission would consider re- activating the Welfare Advisory Committee. Such a group lind ab;e? bint, lP'abtieenmS:VeralivY?ars Oou.i00.,,t Delegates To Meeimg The Mason County Democrat Central Committee named dele- gates to a State Democrat meet- ing in Tacoma, Jan. 17 when it met recently. Delegates elected were Cliff Sutherland. Helen Savage, Mari- an Newkirk Bole Sarkowitz, Wayne Barnett and Dave Dick. Officers of the county central committee also will attend the meeting as delegates. STATE REP, CHARLES SAVAGE COMMENTS (C,mtinued from Page 1) measure over my dead body. I am even going to introduce a bill to make the unemployment week co- incide the work week for shift workers so they won't lose so much compensation just because their weekend comes in the mid- dle of the calendar week. fl R I V E R S' LICENSE: The Yule Trees A " --WEATHER- . re High Low Precip. .Ianuary 2 52 -i6 .75 ,lanuary 3 51 33 .02 ChamhP-,Pro-ram + .... ]January 5 41 37 -- [ JanlIary 6 ,14 3D Subject Tonight " .... January 8 52 38 ..... ors issociat,o,=. The future of the Christmas I A socisI heat aL 6:30 p.m] Tilt t Tree industry in Mason County will I start the evening with dim]or aL i be the topic of the pl'ogram at the " p.m. and tl]c pvogram at 8 p.m. lSa|urday, Jan, 89 tq ALLEN ORCHESTRA Stale Legislature in 1923. --COME TO-- SQUARE I)LACE LESSONS ACCEPTS BOARD POST Appointment to the board of di- rectors of the Washington News- paper Publishers Association had Bordeaux i cnool been accepted by Journal editor MONDAYS __ 8:00 P.M. and publisher Bill Dickie. WNPA Benny Berndson, Te president Hal Zimmerman of the acher. Caller Camas Post-Record asked the Shelton newspaperman to take the place of Walt Woodward, Rain- PHONE 426-2057 FOR DETAILS! bridge Island Review ,,(.ditor. who question of raising the age limit:monthly Chmnber of Commerce from 16 to 18 before being able imembership meeting tonight in to obtain a drivers license is corn- Ritner's Broiler. ing up. I am opposed to raising Speakers will be Lee Wells of tbe age limit. I believe 16-year- the Hoeffert Tree Company and olds are better driving students. Herbert Plum, former U. S. Forest Older ones have learned too mny supervisor and now a trustee of bad habits I want the schools to the Washington Christmas Tree continue driver training because Association. it is a life and death matter. It is the only way we are going to Among the points they will dis- " cuss will be marketing the trees be able Lo stop the slaughter on which will have to be produced in our highways, the future to meet market de- Our school people locally should mands. not be talking about eliminating driver training, they should be The program was arranged by talking about how to expand it so Glenn Correa. president of tim all kids have to Lake it. To kids Washington Christmas Tree Grow- , ......... who are not going beyond high school driver training is a lot more important than some of the for- eign languages. I will agree with the critics that teachers with a Masters Degree should not be tied up teaching drivers but teachers of what ever qualification required should be doing the job. GREEN STAMPS: There is a big" battle brewing now that will wind up in the legislature on green stamps. The Green Stamp people m'e dotng a job on the housewives and malting then] believe they 5 157 would get something for nothing Responses from Users if the legislature would pass the law. But what they are not tell- ing the honsewives is that the of Helena Rubinstein's merchants have to pay nearly as much for the stamps as the sales tax amoun,s to and the me.chant Ultra Feminine will be compelled to add the cost on to the proceeds +of the com- * ................. modities. .the,,face cream that starts you This would mean that if you pay " " $I.00 for groceries you will get P looki +9+ worth of groceries and + + ng younger t0dayl worth of green stamps for which you could buy trinkets or cut glass or something that you would not '-' "' " nverwhelm;lw eltd0rsefllen[ given by buy at all if you had your mone:; back. If you lose (he stamps, 94%0ftheseusers0fUltraFemininc. though, that will be net profit for the green stamp promoters who the only cream that works within the skin will ah'eady have your money, t0replenishl0ss0fvital estrogen and This is the other side of the story + resigned following his sale 'of that publication recently. ENROLL NEI MEMBERS At last Tuesday's regular meet- ing of Sheiton Moose Lodge fur- ther plans were made for the next enroihnent of new members to be held Jan. 26. The honored guest at this class enrollment will be Em- met Berg, Mount Vernon, 1963 president (ff the Washington State Moose Association. All the major buildings on the University of Puget Sound camp- ns in Tacoma are of modified Tudor Gothic architecture. ,FINAL WEEK SCHORN PAINT DISCOUNT * LATEX WALL PAINT * SATIN ENAMEL * GLOSS ENAMEL " EXTERIOR HOUSE PAINT " CLEAR FINISHES MARINE FINISHES PRICES LIMITED TO QUANTITY ON HAND industrial & Builders Supply Ist and PINE 426-4393 State committeenlan and corn- and I am still studying it. but mitteewomen Mr. and Mrs. Roy it does not look good to me. Ritner will also attend the meet- ALCOHOLIC ILLNESS: Anim- ing. portant issue in this session which ...... pffLICE--COGR-7 I am very much interested in will be the appropriation of a frae- At)pearing on the Shelton Po- Lion of one percent of the States' lice Court docket Monday night liquor profits Lo continue the pro- were Harold Bibbee, no operator's gram of research and curing a.1- license, $10 forfeit; Leonard coholics. Knudsen, minor in possession of This is a new program, I helped liquor, $25 forfeit; Thomas D. to promote it in the 1955 and Stewart minor in possession of 1957 Session. It is a division of liquor, $25 forfeit: Ernest L. O1- den. speeding, $20 forfeit: David B. Robertson. minor in possession of liquor. $25 fine: Roy Shafer. picked up for Western State Hos- pital: Gerald VanCieave, minor in possession of !iquor. $25 forfeit; Ned Miller. drunk in public and furnishing liquor to minors, dis- missed: Gary Brevig, minor in possession of liquor, dismissed: Sharon Young, no valid operator's license. $5 forfeit; James Cromar- ty, no valid operai;or's license and faihu'e Lo keep tO the right of the center linc, $15 forfeit: Larry BaN lard. furnishing, intoxicating nq- uor to minors. $50 fine, $25 sus- Five persons appeared in Shel- ton Police Court last Wednesday. They were Otto H. Schliep, drunk in public and vagrancy, 30 days in jail, 24 st spended; winiam Back- hind. 10 days in jail; James O. Towne. drunk in public, $10 for- feit; Ted Pu]sifer, disorderly con- duet. $25 fine and Francis Foley, disorderly conduct, $25 forfeit. IN JUSTICE COURT Robcrt Sehletty was fined $100, assessed $11 costs and sentenced to 60 days in jail in justice court on two counts of contributing to the delinquency of minors last week. Arrests at the Mason Coun- ty Sheriff's office included Mich- ael F. Offleld, malicious destruc- tion of property and James Math- ison, malicious destruction of pro- perty. A bad beginning makes a bad ending.----Euripides. the Health Department under Dr. Bucove. There are now ii clinics in the state in heavy population centers. The pilot program las done very well and I am optomistic that i we can cure a lot o people of this ] disease. Alcoholism has been on the increase. There is now ovm four percent of our adult popula- tion above 20 years of ge, who are alcoholics. There are 26.000 alcoholics in King county alone. New ways are being found to treat people and 80 percent oi those treated have been cured or helped. I feel that this is an ap- propriate way to spend some el the liquor profits. BIG HIGHWAY SIGNS: All wars have two sides but the war of big signs on important high- ways have more tides than thai and the legislature is going to get caught in the middle and will have to make some decisions. MORE FLOATING BRIDGES: The legislature will be asked to build another floating bridffe .cross Lake Washington. This will be old stuff Lo me because I made the motion in the leslature 24 years ago that started the pres- ent floating bridge and I will be glad to help start another one. MANY MORE ISSUES: This is only a small list but is some of the most interesting things thal I know of at this time. 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