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January 21, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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January 21, 1971

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Stu A file of students who are available for spur-of-the -moment employment has been established at Olympia Vocational-Technical Institute, according to Leonard Woski, distributive education instru. ,~ lntcrestc,i >ttldelli~ ilave filled oul applicalion cards which indicate both their previous expc,., ard when t~icy arc available. Mr. Woski has filed these cards and will use them whenever calls are received for "last-minute" help. "We are not at all interested in going into the employment business, but we do want to _ Illl _. _ II -- IN SPITE OF the bad weather, the Boy Scout Goodwill Good Turn project here Saturday turned out successfully. Scouts collected Goodwill bags which had been left at homes in the area earlier. Scout officials ask that those who might not have gotten the bags out because of the weather to take them to Mell Chevrolet where a Goodwill truck will pick them up Monday. Scouts in the Hoodsport area had to delay their pick-up one week and will be picking the bags up Saturday and depositing them at the fire hall.-Here, members of Troop 160 in Shelton load a truck which transported the bags. Left to right are Gordon Craig, who is supervising the loading, Jeff Palmer, Derk Evans, the driver of the Goodwill truck, Jim Cook and Robby Goodwin. Is Set respond to the requests of people who need help and also to students who need extra money," he said. "In some cases, $10 or $15 a week will make the difference of a student staying in school or dr~pping out," he added. Temporary jobs envisioned by Mr. Woski include those of a babysitter, dishwasher, typist, stenographer, busboy, envelope stuffer, legislative aidtbT, file clerk, waiter or waitress, yard worker or snow shoveler. Any person, business or agency interested in spur-of-the-moment workers should contact Woski at his message for him at the OVTI office, 753-3009, or leave a administrative office, 753-3000. FOr... Table -Tops, Mirrors, Aluminum Sash, Shower and Tub Doors, Storm Doors and Window Glass Replacements of all kinds See . . . 710 Cedar Leroy Dale 426-1152 Call for Free Estimates A bill to be introduced to the House of Representatives Monday will call for the withdrawal of the former Department of Institutions from Governor Evans' recently formed "super-agency", the Department of Social and Health Services. The bill, being drafted by Rep. Paul Conner, Democrat of Sequim, will restore Institutions, |m y Bac The January Free Family Film Night presented by the North Mason Friends of the Library is set for Jan. 27 from 7:30-8:30 p.m. in the multipurpose room of the New Elementary School in Belfair. For skiing enthusiasts, "Ski Moderne", an eleven minute sequence, will feature views of skiing in the Gaspe region. ''Wild Highlands," a twenty-one minute feature set in western Scotland, presents views of a wide variety of wildlife, including ravens, roe deer, otter, ringed plover, young snipes, merganser, mallard, red fox, ptarmigan and hatch, golden eagle, osprey, and many species of flowers and insects. Cat lovers, and friends of cat lovers, of all ages will be intrigued with "Millions of Cats, a ten minute iconographic presentation of the unusual story about an old man and a woman who wanted one cat and found themselves with "millions and billions and trillions of cats." now a sub-division of the super-agency, to autonomous status as an independent department. Conner said he is convinced that unless such a step is taken at this session of the Legislature, the institutional gains of the past 15 years will be wiped out. He based his conclusions on these developments during the six "Georgie," a six minute mini-story especially for mini-people, tells the adventures of the friendly little ghost George, as he leaves his happy home where he believes he is no longer needed, to search unsuccessfully for a new house to haunt. A second six-minute selection will present Celeste Holm as she reads selections from a book of poetry for very young children by Mary O'Neill. The filmmakers have used animated drawings to illustrate the poem, showing how a writer uses color to convey feeling. All films shown are from the collection available through the Timberland Library this month. A catalogue for the entire year is under preparation and will be available soon for those who might wish to schedule films for program or educational purposes. The local film night is open to all residents of the Belfair area. There is no admission charge. However, children must attend with parents. DRUNK DRIVING Liability & Property Damage (over age 25) $27 (3 M0.) Fire Insurance Canceled? We can help on all fire insurance end home owners. INSURANCE AGENCY 843 Pacific, CHEHALIS, 748.8855 Representing Dairyland Insurance Co. i i ii i :ii months Institutions have been under super-agency control: 1. Unplanned, spur-of-the moment closure of five state institutions without any discussions with their staffs or the community agencies involved. 2. Lowering of Institutions employee morale to an even lower point than in the dark days before Gov. Albert D. Rosellini and Dr. Garret Heyns undertook to reorganize and reform state institutions. In this regard he pointed to the fact that workers in the five institutions to be closed learned that their lifetime careers were ended by radio news broadcasts on the day before Christmas eve, and that last week every employee of Institutions' Office of Research was given termination notices. "Dr. Conte is :i'~ unenviable position of gv whipping boy, forced actions in which he unconsulted, with many he is not in agreement, were forced upon him authority. In effect he forced into dismemberment of the finest institutional which he helped Conner said he institutional closure merely a symptom serious trouble application of the corn big bureaucracy system! agency charged compassionate, troubled people". "If we wait until session to rescue this 3. The ten-day sit-down strike will be too late", Conner at t he St at e Penitentiary in December, the first major prison ;2ptthert tf~nstitYu~ia~IIIII3NI disturbance in over a decade, and knew it will have been~ under in this super-bur~l~ ~. a danger signal that cannot be and there will be notll~ ignored. 4. A proposed organizationsave". ,~i plan for the Department of Social "I believe we alreaal~wu. and Health Services which will ~llvnA more than enough evit~.._ remove all real authority from the convince any inforr0~LL present division heads and concerned person thatltr'--mil~- concentrate it at the secretarial mistake to have includqlJveat level of the new department. Institutions in Governor] htt Conner said the removal ofversion of a Depart~"fee authority has already taken place Health, Education and ~aup in the case of Dr. William R. and to take corrective~ttle Conte, former Director of before it's too late'," E D so Institutions. concluded, ing Stop in, say Hello to the crew in blue, and receive your Free Gift from Capital Savings this Friday in Shelton. No obligation. WE BELIEVE: That faith in God gives meaning and purpose to human life; That the brotherhood of man transcends the sovereignty of nations; That economic justice can best be won by free men through free enterprise; That government should be of laws rather than of men; And that service to humanity is the best work of life. PICTURED ABOVE are the board members of the Shelton Javcees. They are, seated from left to right: Gary Plews, president; Dick Wormer, external vice president and Jack Webber, director. Standing, left to right, are: Dick Andrews, state Director; Chuck Ruhl, treasurer/secretary; Jerry Swartos, executive secretary and Mike Grimm, internal vice president. Not pictured is Bob Strachilla, past president. SHELTON JAYCEE MEMBERS AND PLACE OF BUSINESS JACK MARQUETT Shelton School DiStrict ARNOLD ANDRES Shelton Veterinary Clinic DICK ANDREWS Morker Logging Company RICHARD BUCHHOLZ ITT Rayonier ARNOLD FOX Mason General Hospital WAYNE GLANDON Buffelin Woodworking, Tacoma MIKE GRIMM Grimm Collection Agency ED HOPKINS Shelton School District KARL KARSHNER Lumber Sales MIKE KEMP Neil's Pharmacy BILL MORRIS I T T Rayonier RICK MOTHERWELL Simpson Timber Co. HERB MUNSON i T T Rayonier GARY PLEWS State Health Dept. DR. GEORGE RADICH Optometrist KEN RASSMUSSEN Simpson Timber Co. BOB SHEETZ KMAS Radio JEFF SIEG Wash. State Correction Center DAN STEWART Wash. State Fisheries JOHN TARRANT Shelton School Dist. DAVE THACHER Himlie Realty BOB TRAIL Banner & Burnett Chevron GENE CALDWELL VanderWegen Accounting TOM CREEKPAUM Mason County Sheriff's Office KIRK CRINER Miller's Department Store CARL HELLMAN Evergreen Drug Center JOHN HERNANDEZ Dick's Auto & Truck Repair BILL HICKS Simpson Timber Co. LONNEY KENNEDY J. c. Penney Co. JOE LAVATO Lumbermen's of Shelton BERNIE LANG Southside School District JEAN MYERS Mason County Assessor's Office TOM MYERS Simpson Timber Co. MIKE NOVAK Apex Grocery CHUCK RUHL Batstone Funeral Home DR. JON SANDBERG Physician DR. WILLIAM SCHUMAcHER Physician VERN ST. LOUIS Simpson Timber Co. BOB STRACHILA I T T Rayonier JERRY SWARTOS Simpson Credit Union JACK WEBBER Banner & Burnett Chevron BI LL WOLDEN Wolden's Chevron DICK WONNER Simpson Timber Co. Lumbermen's of Shelton Banner & Burnett Chevron Batstone Funeral Home Himlie Realty, Inc. KMAS Radio P.U.D. No. 3 Prepp's Rexall Drugs State Farm Ins. Karl's Auto Body Evergreen Drug Center, Inc. Mason County Federal Credit Union National Bank of Mason County Simpson Employees Federal Credit Union Shelton-Mason County Chamber of Commerce Thurston County Federal Saving & Loan Association ITT Rayonier Inc. Timber Bowl Simpson Timber Co. Apex Grocery Jess Phillips Mobil Service Graystone of Shelton Shelton Veterinary Hospital Page 14 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, January 21, 1971