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March 4, 1971

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d in the House es Paul H. Charles R. Savage, tblic or private agencies, port districts, from ~, development of the .!river- delta. ~lso requests that the ~overnment declare the ~r, from glacier to sound, !~e river. ~i~l'oversial plans by the ~Tacoma and Olympia to ~superport at the river service giant tankers i~tainer ships would be out under the measure, Construction Proiects At College Progressing Seven construction projects continue to move forward on the campus of The Evergreen State College at Olympia as the Sept. 27 opening of the state's newest institution of higher learning draws nearer Director of Facilities Pl'anning Jerry Schillinger said this week. Some 370 workmen are now employed on the various projects, which include the library, student residence halls, large group instruction center, college activities buildings, central utilities plant, shops and garages and site improvements such as roads; sidewalks; parking lots; and lighting, water, sewer and power C ~cifically exempts the systems. ;i~ from port districts' ~f The 337,000 square foot condemnation and library - which initially will ~omain. house college classrooms and ~or portion of the delta offices as well as library ~'established as a wildlife THE GOLDEN HEIR Singers from Chilliwack, B.C. will operations - has moved to the 60 ~the bill provides for an completion mark. :~ion of $500,000 from appear at the Shelton Church of the Nazarene at the per cent .... Structural concrete work is .~eral fund's outdoor Memorial Hall at 7:30 p.m., March 10. They have performed expected to be completed during ~on account to the at church services, youth rallies, camps, gospel concerts and March and interior work started. ~t of Game to begin campus rallies throughout the United States and Canada. T h e m a s s i v e s i t e ~ the land within the improvements project is 66 per ;Lrea. @ bill established a :~.~r Nisqually River Delta i~n Advisory Council to ~. non-tax funds for ;i~ land purchases and to ii_cmprehensive planning t !}derly preservation of the '!~.er and Savage said the 3~ i.on they propose is needed for the survival and marine life, in the Southwest area, but in the entire region and the delta, is tile last unpolluted estuarian path of max:imum expansion on Puget the concentrated development of other makes the protection vital, they said. ing Jills Jumping Jills )uthside School will at Longview for the ton State Community Tournament are a group of sixth and girls who perform me entertainment ! basketball games. have performed at St. Centralia Junior Pacific Lutheran Elma tligh School and School this year. are 20 girls in the group They practice three to a week together plus spend in individual performance takes eight opening with a step onto the floor by a dance number jump rope. then break for an in the loop jump with ropes after which on the floor after the for another dance, a .~. close with a skip step Demos To Timber Co. has been a $9,008.20 Federal furnish and move two tanks to the Port ad Squaxin Island Tribes Boston and Kamilche in Kitsap and Mason Support for four non-partisan political reform bills will be sought from the Mason County Democratic Central Committee at its regular meeting Thursday night. House Bill 569 calls for disclosure of campaign financing. H.B. 507 reorganizes State Central Committees by legislative districts rather than counties. HB 392 provides for the training of State Voter Registrars by the Secretary of State, and HB 393 would allow precinct Committeemen to serve as voter registrars on completion of a course offered by the county auditor. "All of these bills are currently before the House Committee on Elections and Apportionment," said Margaret Livingston, precinct committeeman from Belfair 3. "I feel these bills will greatly strengthen our two-party system, and 1 hope many people will wire or write the committee members and the house leadership asking that these bills come before the ltouse.'" Members of the House Committee on Elections and Apportionment are Arthur C. Brown, R-Seattle, Chairman; Sid W. Morrison, R-Zillah, Vice Chairman; Lois North, R-Seattle; A.J. (Bud) Pardini, R-Spokane, R. Ted Bottiger, D-Tacoma; Gary Grant, D-Renton; and Charles Moon, D-Snohomish. House leaders are Thomas A. Swayze, Jr., R-Tacoma, Speaker of the House; Stewart Bledsoe, R-Ellensburg, House Majority Leader; William (Bill) Chatalas, D-Seattle, Democratic Caucus Chairman; and Leonard A. (Len) Sawyer, D-Puyallup, House Minority Leader. HB 569 to regulate campaign financing would require disclosure by political committees of all campaign contributions and expenditures, disclosure by any person contributing more than $25 to any one campaign, financial reports from commercial In Vietnam Navy Petty Officer Third Class Jack D. Watt, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Watt, and husband of the former Miss Marlene A. Buckley all of Shelton, is serving aboard the sea-going small craft repair facility USS Garrett County in Vietnam. ourse Annual Green Fees Now Availablel March 1, 1971 to March 1, 1972 One Person Family, indudes children under 19 These prices entitle you to play 365 days! No Men's Days, Ladies' Days, or other restrictions! Ask About Our Week-Day Annual Fee. Avoid the Crowds. We Will Appreciate Your Patronage A.G. Kneeland, Pro-manager For B advertising outlets (including TV, Radio, and newspapers) for all political advertising, and prescribe penalties. The law would apply to initiative and referendum campaigns as well as to all elections to public office except precinct committeemen. House Bill 507 would reorganize the State Democratic and Republican Committees on a one-man one-vote basis. One committeeman and one committeewoman would be elected from eachcounty as currently provided. Variations of this reform have been introduced previously in the 1965, 1967 and 1969 sessions, but none has reached a vote. House Bill 392 and 393 would ease the process of registration encouraging some of the 40 per cent of people of voting age who are not now registered, to register. Charles Savage, Representative, 24th District, will discuss the current session of the legislature for the Mason County Democratic Central Committee tonight. The committee meets regularly the First Thursday of the month at the Courthouse at 8 p.m, cent finished and, despite adverse weather conditions during the last several weeks, remains on schedule. Work on the shops and garages is complete. Other projects and their percentage of completion are as follows: utilities plant, 34 per cent; student residences, 35 per cent; large group instructional center, 23 per cent; and college activities building, 15 per cent. All but the activities building - which had to be rebi(l after first Foresters Set Annual Meeting The Exceptional Foresters will have their annual Open House followed by a business meeting of the members at Schreiber Hall March 13. Visiting hours will be from 1 to 4 p.m. and the two buildings where the men are doing woodworking and turning out ceramics will be open for inspection. A display of ceramics can also be seen at Shelton Printing and Stationary Store downtown. The wood working shop has many sizes and shapes of cedar planting boxes, small stools and handy tool boxes. The Exceptional Foresters .... will be on hand to sing and take groups on conducted tours. may be Prices good Thursday through Saturday Only WETTING SOLUTION Barnes-Hind for contact lenses. Reg. $1.75 NOW 19 Select Your PATRICK'S DAY by choosing Norcross THEROGRAN-M 100 Vitamins. 30 FREE. Reg. $7.89 NOW LISTERINE Mouthwash. Giant Size. Reg. $2.29 NOW PHISOHEX Reg. $2.69 NOW Open 9:30 to 7:30 weekdays and 9:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday 5th & Franklin 426-3327 estimates came in over the budget - are scheduled for completion by September. The activities building probably will open in December, Schillinger said. Meanwhile, Evergreen facilities planners are moving to get three final 1969-71 biennium capital projects underway. Bids for the first phase of the recreation building will be opened March 25 by the State Division of Engineering and Architecture. Bid openings for the first phase of the science building and a site improvements-landscaping, contract are scheduled for April. The science and recreation buildings will open 'in September, 1972; most work on the other contract will be completed this summer. Three Park Rangers at State Parks in Mason County were recently presented with service pins bymembers of the State Parks and Recreation Commission. Ben Hemstreet, head ranger at Belfair State Park, was awarded a pin for 10 years of service. Pins for five years of service went to ..... To Be Report on early day roads in Kitsap and Mason Counties will be included in a historical report to be presented by Miss Graecia Britten at the March 4 meeting of the Mason County Historical Society in Belfair. The group meets at 8 p.m. Old fashion quick sheet cakes will be served after the session. All history buffs are invited. Miss Britten has records of the first roads from Bremerton and Seabeck to Belfair and Shelton and to Olympia. She recalls that her third automobile ride was from Bremerton to the Shouth Shore of Hood Canal. Miss Britten is related to an old-time family who homesteaded Belfair and has compiled some pioneer census reports for Mason County. She is a member of the Kitsap County Historical Society which has been working closely with the Mason County group. AN HONEST politician is one who, when he is bought, will .stay bought. Simon Cameron Ben Hemstreet George Carlson i . - ............ . OO OOeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Pet Ball w,th Bell, Reg. 19 ..... 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