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January 24, 1963 BI-TVJTON--MAg,0N COWrlW ,IOI:WNAL- Pnblinhed in "P/rr;.-,fmrtsfmri, U.,q.AY. heltml, Wnshlngton Groups Are Holding sat Aiderbrook Inn By Ethel Daihy --I Alderbrook has a schedule in spite of the cold ler of the past week. Ron manager reports as fo]- ific Bell Telephone Con]- is havin, a training nrogram executives of the Washing- area. Seventeen top the company being at the the nrescnt time- -for a week neriod. The session l,t Slnday a week , (,roD, to reports is an school- wiih classes start- a.m. nntil noon. Study in tile afternoon. the nreseni time the regional C, orl gnu]era Conference - -. 9flrqe 200 nlenlbers froln ina'ton. Oregon, Montana and rover. B C., have taken over. the guests having had to at other resorts. Washington State Bar As- Board of Governors who been at Alderbrook for the days cheeked out last morning. Chuck Rowes no sooner re- home from their vacation Desert. Calif.. where they the holidays and had the u'c of havinff son. Tom. who stationed at San Diego with Guard and preparing for LraininR- and also daugh- of C.P.S. with them. then were preparing to take off citizens and taxpayers greatly surprised to learn costly Union school build- only $300 when the were opened last Monday (a week ago). Highest being Cleave Robinson. contractor and wrecker. OF THE LARGE one- structure will start immedi- it Was stated. During the months since the Quonset type school building was boys had broken most glass panes, of which was composed. This at a huge one of the stated to this writ_ $38,000 a.t the time it ten or twelve years ts he also was surprised, cost of replacement of the floor about five or six ago costing taxpayers an mac$6,000 cash, due to the nora was built on filled- and the concrete and broke. As it is the -- taxes Will be paid time to come on tim value of some $8,000 ated value of the building localites-4or some- m use, except as sale of lots it is hoped in local man stated he had his bid also but felt he get the frame Work of the ng for nothing. Norman Richardsons have purchased the four-acre of Warren Pickle of and Shelton. The prop- eludes the two-story home-- apple orchard-- of lush Sko- ground, and also a HOME HAD been the faro- of Mr. and Mrs. Ben also hit.. and Mrs. and occupied by a nnmber of years, dur- time Mr. Willey and operated a small saw and " mill on the )otlateb. When beach land the Willeys Sold and removed to resort Place at Bayshore-- built Cabins and a small eir son-in- also working on and which included the Richardsons will remove to ranch place sometime in future. At which time home on Wonderview on the market. received his from the U.S. serving his four-year Richardson drove to Wednesday mot-ning to so there is happiness in now. and Mike is eager on Work at the ace, when he is once more Ubber. . Edna Gatewood who under- at SWedish hospital is reported as proved health, and is at-' ) her daughter, :Mrs. ilenonffrd._, for. the present -vu.leselng. ttOODSPORT Boy Scout went on a hike Saturday at 9 a.m. with Master Steve Mor- Union lads: s, Robert 5ohnson, Ron- and Bill Timm. The are headed for Camp were to meet they were OCeed on to Labarre a sack and PUt in iking. Community mg were Karl and Lloyd members and mprovement bent, but e broken water Cold spell. of the Hood Ca- attending last ;lng were: :Mes- Turner potluck luncheon of members from Turner reviewed i^ was assisted by a u o Mesdames Jen- Andersen and Acker, Women substituting and M:rs. Agers, unable to art end. were Present--- Shortsleeves pre- President lVh's. sence. Getty of the U.S. Who has been lo- ('steel at Norfolk. Vs,. and where be has been a staff member of the U.S. College will he leaving for France after Feb. Ist where he and his family, wife Shirley and sons David nnd Jeff. will be residin for the next three years. Glen attended Shelton grade and high school and later St. Martins Colleee. He saw much active duty in World War II. and remained with the Air Farce. He is tile son of Mrs. Lucy Getty, Shelton. Paul Jones left via bus for California last Wednesday morn- inR" to visit his mother. Mrs Aris- tine Pixley Jones of Leguna Beach. and who has been in oDor health of ,ate. and hospitalized. Mrs. Jones resided and lived in their home. later to become tile property of Harry Brown. and since resold. Local friends hope to hear of Mrs. Jones' improved health. County Assessed Valuation Is Sl,449 Per Man NEW YORK -- For the first time since 1957. the Government has made a full-scale survey of nroDerty tax values in Mason County and in other areas throug:hout the country. It was undertaken ly the Cen- sus Bureau in connection with its 1962 Census of Governments. As a result, data is now available on the 67,449,000 pieces of real and personal property that are carried on local tax rolls in the United States. In Mason County, it shows, the gross value of local property came to $24,494,000. as compared with the total on the books in 1957, $17,077,000. Deducting the portion that was tax-exenmt locally, the net amount was $23,767.000. This constituted the tax base upon which local tax rates were applied, but it was not the full market value of the property in- volved. Normally, property is as- sessed for tax purposes at farbe- low its actual value. THE LOCAL assessment roll, which was the basis for tax pay- ments due in 1962, consisted of real property in the sum of $18,- 929,000 and" personal property of $4.838.000. . The survey shows that the pro- perty tax continues to be the ma- jor source of local government fi- nancing, accounting for nearly 90 percent of all revenue at that le- Vel. It lists $367 billion in property available for taxation by local aencies. Not included in this to- tal are buildings bclonging to hos- pitals, schools and churches with tax-exempt status and public buildings. Taxable property values have soared nearly 30 percent since the 1957 survey, the Census Bureau reports. This rapid growth is at- tributed in large part to new con- struction in the period, both resi- dential and commercial To some degree, also, it is due to higher assessing of property. MORE THAN HALF of the 67 million pieces of real estate list- ed on local assessment rolls are non-farm, residential properties. Another one-fifth are acreage and farm plots. Vacant lots, which number 13 million, are nearly one- third as numerous as residential properties. What does :Mason County's as- sessment roll represent in terms of local population ? In effect, it m equivalent to $1,449 in taxa- ble property for every man, wo- man and child in the county. This is more than is liste@ for most places in the State of Wa- perShingtn'capita.the average being $1,125 State Collects s687Hillion In Tax In B" " leflglgN Collections by the Stale Tax Commissim] exceeded $687.000.000 last biennium according" to the Commission's 19th biennial report submitted today to Governor Al- bert D. Rosellini. Copies of the 64-page booklet were distributed to legislators. For the two-year period end- ink June 30. 1962, total Tax Com- mission revenue was $687.589.831, an increase of 13.6 per cent over the preceding biennium. Collection costs were low. less than 90 cents per $100 in revenue. During the biennium the state two-nlill property tax. levied by the Tax Commission in its ca- pacity as the State Board of Equalization and collected by the State Treasurer. produced $21.- 853. 520. Commenting on its audit pro- gram. the Commission reported that despite limitations on the size of its audit staff, total audit re- covery was nearly $14,500,000. An- nual recovery per auditor aver- aged about $90,000 and for each dollar of salary and expense that was a return of $14 to the state. The Collection Section in fiscal 1962 collected 6.272. warrants on past due accounts as compared with 4.567 in 1960 and 4.911 in 1961. Income Tax Refund Gan Be in Bonds If yml're in line for  reftlnd oll your 1962 Federal incortte tax re- turn. County Sa\\;'ins Bonds chail.nl:/ll L. A. CH'lson }13s a word for yoll. Two words, ill fact: Buy Bonds. This year for the first time Carlson points out. Uncle Sam is makin K it possible for you lo take refund in Series E Savings Bonds by the simple expedient of putting an "X" in the apln'opriatc box on the tax form. Last year some 40 million tax- paycrs received cash refunds on their la.xes. Judging from samp- lings of OlmUOn. a tot of them would have preferred to gel their money m Savings Bonds it" tbcy'd had the chance. Bond Chairman Carlson \\;\'ants to make sure ally of them who live in Mason County know they now have that chance. The way the bond option works is simple. Thn Treasury will issue the smallest possible number ot E Bonds of the largest possible denominations to covet, the am- ount of the refund. If there's any- thing left over, a check will be written for the balance. Details are given in the instructions. What about joint returns ? Carl- son gave us the answer to that one too. "John and Mary Smittf' on the tax return beeonles "John or Mary Smith" on the bond reg- istration, making them co-owners. When low quality rations are supplemented with trace mineral- ized salt. big increases in weight gains and feed efficiency have been observed. Fire Destroys Home of Kenneth Howard Fmily In Matiock Area By Dora Hearing guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lud Ros- MATtOCK--The Kenneth How- ard family had the misfortune to have their house burn last Fri- day afternoon, around 3:30. Just Mrs. Howard and three small chil- dren wera home and it got such a start on the roof that she only got the children out and wMked a quarter of a mile to Portman's for help They didn't save any- thing. \\;Vhcn help came they saved other buildings such as barn and woodshed. Matlock Grange held its reg- ular meeting Friday evening with 18 mcInbers present. James Hick- son took the obligation, and we had three new applications for membership--Mr, and Mrs. Harold Beerbower and Edward Hollatz, The Grange dance was a real suc- cess Saturday night. The Grange voted to give a benefit dance in March for the Howard family. There also will be another dance the third Saturday night in Feb- ruary. MR. AND MRS. ALEC Taylor and five children of Tacoma were "veckend guests of the Andrew MeGarvie family. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bradberry of Shelton called o Mrs. Augus- ta Portman and Carl Portman Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rossmaier and children of Black Lake and Mrs. Paul Rossmaier and son Ric- Icy were Thursday evening dinner smaier. The Eugene Rossmaiers left Saturday morning for Okla- homa where Eugene has a year's work on construction. MRS. AUGUSTA Portman and Carl Portman attended Pomona Grange at Agate Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Skokomish Valley called on Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Helin Sun- day afternoon. IVfr. and Mrs Earl Vv'ilder and son spent Saturday with the Ed- ward Valley family. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd House and Milton Valley of Tacoma called Sunday on Mr. and Mrs. Edward Valley. Mrs. William Avery and Denise and Mrs. Essie Rehman called Sunday on the Morris Rebman family of Skokomish Valley, and then on Mr. and Mrs. John Reh- man of Shelt0n Mr. a.nd Mrs. Andrew MeGar- vie spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lud Rosmnaier. MR. AND MRS. Lud Rossmai- er spent Sunday in Rochester with Lud's folks. They found his me- ther improving from her recent illness. Mr. and rs. Don Ellis and family of Tacoma were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wal- ker. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Boothe and family of Hoquiam spent Sunday with the I. C. Ford family. They enjoyed a large birthday cake in honor of Dave Boothe's 9th birth- day. Three of the Nation's top de- fense leaders received their earl- iest military instruction in the National Guard. Secretary of De- fense Neil H. :McEroy served in the Ohio National Guard; Gen Na- than F. Twining, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. was in the Oregon National Guard before en- tering \\;Vest Point; and Secretary of the Army Wilbur M. Brucker enlisted in the Michigan National Guard before World %Var L Step up the I ladder =o,... Lawton Lumber COl Joe V. Simpson LOW COST HOHE LOANS NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING PURCHASE 6 % On Reducing Balances -- No Commission Charges Mason Oounly Savings & Loan Association TITLE INSUR/(NCE BUILDING SHELTON The report contains a brief de- , ' ,l i tern and the latest comparative ::::. tax informationpublished bythe PORK CHOPS 59 U.S. Bureau of the Census to the Lean, Fresh, Rib Chops Ib effect that state and local tax pORK ROAS, ' 4a. collections in Washington in fis-  . eal 1961 amounted to $100.68 per .'..  $1,000 of personal income. On this L i :":,"_{:" ii basis Washington ranks 19th '3 Ib :i{'i}  ..:::.!.,.:?!:?.  :i,::... among the 50 states. 49 Another table indicates that per SPARERIBS capita property tax collections of ...:,.i.,..,......,..:,.e.::.:,... r....:.:.:,:..,.i:.:.: ........... 33rd among the states the avermze .:.i':':::'.;i!.::::'*:!.'::.i:!:F-' ! i:;&,gL.;'}.:',".::'.::-:.::i;J}-,.:.:::, CHIPPED BEEF .... for which is $98.35. C i {ii)i}:i:i::!:":iiii!iiil ' Korean Vei0000S- H*GRAOE,-- 3-=. Reminded 0' 151I n g Whole BodiedT Fresh Washington Grown 33 """"' 6 Traini Deadline FRYERS c w Veteran. taking education or TI training courses under the Korean Ib AT THIS LOW PRICE G.I Bill are reminded by John B. Kirsch, Manager of the Seat- tle Veterans Administration Reg- ional office, that they may have to double up classes to reach their goal as the deadline for such cour- ses is now only two years away. Congress has set Jan. 31. 1965. as the cut-off dage for the Korean readjustment program of educa- tion attd training for veterans without service-conneeted disabil- ities. Most Korean Conflict veterans have been eligible for 36 monLhr of readjustment courses, but now only 24 months remain before the fins I deadline. To be eligible for such read- justment education or training the veteran nmst have had active service at any time between 5un 27. 1950. and January 31. 1955. Hc also must have served aL leas' 90 days unless discharged sooner for a disability incurred in active serviee. Eligible veterans may choose their own type of training in any school or establishment approver' by an appropriate state agency. They may enroll in Schools o" colleges, take on-the-job trainin enroll in institutional on-farr training or other program whic!- combine sehool and job traininr or select correspondence schoo courses. Veterans will receive an a]. lowance each month to meet par, of their training and living ex penses. Korean veterans with service. connected disabilities come unde, a different program and nov have no deadline to cut-off theb training. PRICES EFFECTIVE JANUARY 24-25-26 RIGHT TO LIMIT APPLE JUIGE PORK VALUES? Fresh Loin Cuts, for Broiling or Stuffing PORK CHOPS Verifine, quality controlled -- It's National Kraut Week SKINLESS WIENERS Clean champagne glasses by al- HI COUNTRY -- 32 OUNCE owing a solution of vinegar and salt to stand in them for a BOTTLES time. Shake Well and short ................................................................ cleanwaterBUS'NESSrinsewitb"0urnalWan|Ad'PaDIRECTORY DRY MILK CABBAGE YAMS CELERY Spokane, 7" -,c.,,, ,,3/29 c 00oooo.,,,o.o,.Green e 19" Full Crisp Heads Ib a ornias PPLES I0 c Seasonal Produce to Brighten Winter Meals: Tomatoes, Ro- maine, Cauliflower, Green Peppers, Radishes Or Gr. Onions. Shur.Fresh GARMEL KURL ;,00G:oF .... 3500[ IT oF, , 4/I Shur.Fresh TEA BISGU .:.. ........ 29[ $ Shur-Fresh FARM FRESH BREAD002 35001 TV Service Radio - "1 Phonographs CB 2-way radio LEROY'S TV SERVICE Mt. View Ph. 426-3172 Tire Service I New - I OK RUBBER WELDERS Mt. View Ph. 426-482 Electrieal Fairbanke.Mozse Iml Electric Heating Westinghouse Appliances 419 RaiIPoad Ph. 4264283 SHELTON ELECTRIC CO. Drugs [ Helena Rubinetein cos- metics Prescriptions : Hypo-Allergic cosmeUc NELL'S PHARMACY Govey Bldg. Ph. 426-3327 Printing Quality Work of All Kinds / THE JOURNAL 227 Cots Phone 426-4412 Floor Coverings "-'--- I i Linoleum Tile Carpeting Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mr. View Ph. 426-2292 Radiator Repair---'--- B0tling out ; Soldering New oor BOON'8 PLUMBING HEATING, SHEET METAL 623 S. 1st. Ph. 426-3483 Florist Plant for all ocaio lower8 EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th & Birch 8 to 8 426-8479 Auto Glass--"-- Expert I nstallatlon JIM PAULEy, INC. 5th & Railroad Ph. 426-8231 Draperies --  custom made --] free estimates Nork guaranteed J. C. PENNEY CO. 3 RR Ave. Ph. 426-8283 CHILI with BEANS MEAT PIES ....... EGGS o.. IS* MUSTARD TUNA Local Ranch Large Grade AA CARNATION INSTANT Big 14 Qt Package DENNISON REG. HOT 151/ oz. WHOLE BEETS " SHUR-FRESH .............. 3/59 ""-' 43 PEANUTcREAMY.C.uN00BUTTER ........... __.__ ! SKIPY " 8 OZ. p, H 1-LB, BOX ............................ .,y,:;,