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March 11, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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ITT Rayonier Scholarship which annually for the to a Mason County e has been 1 Value from $3,000 to four-year period, Edwin L. Lovell, pic Research 'Y or girl in the of Shelton High High School High School is through the in each school. "jUdged on the basis participation in activities and personal and selected by a COmposed of R.W. Chairman, Dr. A.C. and Dr. Lovell, The be used at any college in Oregon or Idaho as to selection tUdents from Mason obtaining a an with the assistance of Rayonier Foundation scholarships. These students, all of whom are attending the University of Washington, are: Glenn R. Van Blaricom (Shelton High School '67), senior in oceanography; Donald Bearden (Shelton High School '68), junior in dramatics; David E. Fisher (North Mason High School '69), sophomore in business administration; anal F. Nathan Thomas (Shelton High School '70), freshman in architecture. As of Jan. 1, 1971, scholarship payments to these recipients were adjusted to reflect the increased value of the scholarship for the remainder of their four-year academic careers. The Rayonier Foundation was established in 1952 as a nonprofit organization to provide charitable and educational contributions. It currently supports 34 four-year scholarships in communities served by the Company, and provides several fellowships for post-graduate research in the United States and Canada. Iround To In Some Camping at certain and popular rounds in will cost per day this year. Service charges at 223 _ developed Recreationists can at 146 of these thrgugh use of Passport or a $1 daily entrance af the 223 charge there will be an daily fee for use of time, the Pacific will also charge of Some designated but this will regular entrance Passport or $1 designated campgrounds are the most highly developed and with outstanding recreational opportunities. The charges for use of Forest Service campgrounds is in line with those of West Coast states, and with other Federal agencies which operate under the L&WCF Act, Connaughton said. The fees apply to each private, non-commercial vehicle entering charge areas. The campgrounds wh'ere an extra $1 will be charged this year inclu de: Gifford Pinchot National Forest camp grounds at Beaver, Big Creek, Cultus Creek, Government Mineral Springs, La Wis Wis, Maple Leaf, Paradise Creek, Spirit Lake, Takhlakh, Tillicum, Walupt Lake; Snoqualmie National Forest campgrounds at Hause Creek, tand. picnicking are Hells Crossing, Indian Creek, ~ Caarges under the Kaner Flat, Sawmill Flat, Silver water Conservation Springs and Wenatchee National Forest, campgrounds at Kachess, Charles A. Nason Creek, Salmon La Sac, the 77 specially Swauk, Tumwater, Wish Poosh. ALL CARS, AMERICAN OR FOREIGN WITH THE PURCHASE OF A CASE At OF YOUR BRAND OF OIL Our regular discount prices listed below. lIGHT .............................................. o,s, 8.95 c,. 8.9 5 ...................................... cast 9.95 STATE .............................. cA. 9.60 ....................................................... c,st 9.95 ........................... c,. 8.95 ...................................... c,,,s, 9.60 ...................................................... ,,s, 9.95 ......................................... CASE 9.60 .......................................... o,-11.50 ............................................... cast I 0.95 i" ............................. c,s. 11.95 ULTIGRADE., .......... c 10.95 k ......... ................ c,,. 10.95 .......................................... c,,. 11.95 YOUR OWN OIL AND FILTER AND SAVE TERRI LICK, DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lick, Shelton, holds the Evergreen Wranglers 4-H Club mare, "Scruffy" and her colt which was born Saturday night. Miss Lick was awarded the mare for this year and will keep the colt after she passes the mare on to the winner for next year. The club pays for all of the feed" for the mare during the time the 4-H member has her. They are sponsoring a dance March 20 at the Dayton Hall to raise money for the mare and foal project. Tom Baze and the Noblemen will play from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. A midnight supper will be served. The dance is for all ages, and, tickets are $1 a person. MARCH SPECIAL! With oil change & filter ONLY Days 426-1815 lst&Flailroad Eves. 426-2663 EVERYDAY CUT RATE BUYS Rebuilt ex, ex, ex. CHRYSLER PRODUCTS .................. ex, ....,. OLO, ................ 189s ex. New Voltage NEW G.M. res The natzon suffered th~ highest loss of national forest acreage to fires last year since 1934 - and faces the highest forest-fire-fighting bill in its history - according to testimony before a Congressional subcommittee headed by Rep. Julia Butler Hansen (D-Wash.). Testimony before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior and Related Agencies by the U.S. Forest Service indicated a 556,000-acre loss to fires, and Mrs. Hansen said the Forest Service estimates its fire-fighting costs will total $74.25 million during the fiscal year ending June 30. Edward Cliff, Chief of the Forest Service, said most of the acreage lost to fires was in Washington and California with a big share of the loss in the Foursquare Sets Special Service Rev. Roy Hicks, Sr. will hold a series of special services at the Shelton Foursquare Church this week-end. The first service will be March 12 beginning at 7 p.m. He will speak again at the 11 a.m. worship service Sunday morning. The messages will be on the subject of the Holy Spirit and Faith. Rev. Mr. Hicks is the supervisor of Foursquare Churches in the Northwest District - covering the states of Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. Rev. Lewis Wysong extends a special invitation to all to attend these services. ire ig Wenatchee and Okanogan Forests in Washington. Cliff said seven fires in national forests in Washington destroyed 152,599 acres. All but one of these, the so-called "Forks Fire," started in the Wenatchee Forest. A total of 276,800 acres of national forest land in Southern California was destroyed by fires, Cliff said. All of those fires were caused by careless humans. The fires in Washington State were caused by lightning. Mrs Hansen said testimony from the agency shows that "man-made fires are on the increase." "One of the biggest problems facing our Forest Service is whether it can afford to accommodate the recreationist who does not care about our natural resources to be cautious with them," she said. She said last season the Forest Service accommodated a record 1 71 million visitor-days of recreation use, with increases in all major kinds of use. "We expect the upward trend to continue," she said. "The projections are for an additional 8 million visitor-days of use, bringing the total to 179 million visitor-days next season." Other facts laid out during the appearance of the Forest Service before Mrs. Hansen's subcommittee: - The Forest Service sold 13.4 billion board feet of timber in 26,610 sales during Fiscal Year 1970. More than 97 per cent of these were handled by small timber operators. "- About 102,000 acres of national forest land were reforested during Fiscal Year 1970, and nearly 124,000 acres were treated with stand-improvement cultural measures. The Forest Service plans to reforest about 127,000 acres and thin or release 264,000 acres during Fiscal Year 1972. - The equivalent of 1,325 miles of federally-financed roads was built on national forest lands last year. YOU CAN always get the truth from an american statesman after he has turned seventy, or given up all hope of the Presidency. Wendell Phillips WARD'S APPLIANCES 15.5 Icu" FT" IN $TOCKI Fireplace Doors INSTALLED FREE! Available widths: 27" to 54-7/8". Heighths: 20~/2" tO 32-3/8". "The Complete Building Center" 1332 Olympic Hwy. S. Mike Byrne, Owner 426-4522 417 Railroad Top Freezer Frostless Movable Shelves Built-In Rollers "2" Cold Controls Reg. Model No. 69-1560 $299.88 NOW AI Browning, Owner EVERYDAY CUT RATE BUYS BONDED BRAKE SHOES 4 wheel set most cars exe I t New Autolite CARBURETORS Discount Priced FALCON 6 cyl. FORD 4 bbl. Eze Ride 2 day sPecial Original ................. Heavy Duty .., ........... ALL SIZES age no exchange needed Discount Priced FORD 352 I 6 cyl ......... 8 cyl ........... ,. I If YOU ARE NOT ONE OF OUR CUSTOMERS YOU ARE PAYING APPROXIMATELY 40% TOO MILCH FOR YOUR AUTO PARTS. Thursday, March 11, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 13