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April 1, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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e ous,ng ,ce ,,and this the *mpo,tance of *h* getspr,tt, ru**. Community O,ganization, which sda,s, of c, phon, of church ooup , civic c,ub,, and s,ud,,,s, costs, an,, p*oc,du,es -- • Bi, s e '" d u~ anetton,students of the "lycees" and the What do the French think of 17 [ ![a P ndmg this year i was formed last fall to help number is 753-3136. other community organizations, for listing available quarters are universities augments the pressure the U.S. Well that certainly has all "We know that even with this avai!able in the housing office. as .a StUdent undn strengthen ties between 'We have a great need to find nFleldService, er. the and influence that these types of answers, one ideals that townspeople and the college. Mrs. housing in the Olympia area for canvass we won't be able to The college will not accept r,'~'~"~ [1~, Iter to Journal re" i~'lette-' Pr0gram, recently ,~mencanSaders .wr°te theUnC°ntented,,revolution,,political andStudentSscene'manifestationTheeXertw°rds°n thateyesthe FrenCha Ofcountryadmiration,l°°kso°nyoungthe astoundedU'S'can bewithso bothD°ris St.of LouiSolympia,and MrS.serveLU Hall,as students,bath marriedFinley said.and"weSinglewill whoPers°nallYmight talkbe willingWith toeVery°nemake anYbecauselistingSof race,,that color,are restrictedcreed or .I rsaid: coordinators for the ECCO have 428 units available on riving space available.' he added, national origin, Finley said. 'We Q'T[ lltc.J. Readers; are in common usage among therich and powerful economically. Housing Committee. campus when the college opensWe urge anyone who wishes to also request that householders "~ [ I DI1 Ithou young people. Among them, youBut another point of view, caused "~"~ I lekno, ght that I'd let you can find the extremists of both by the politics of the U.S., "The basicjobofthehousing next September, which means participate or wants more give renters at least 30 days notice (~ I ! ll, w that sprin ha office - is to assemble a compiete that a large portion of our information about the program,to of any changes in living )¢ I I lr llere, ~,~. g s the right and the left who don't primarily the war in East Asia, is " _ I 't~berw'~te'a.rt.era dreary always see eye to eye. hatred, of the intervention of list of living accommodationsnon-local, non-commuting call the housing office. Wereconditions and ask that both is ~r uKe we had, it available in the area - everything students must find quarters hoping that local residents will householders and students review ~) [ i[~ at having a little At Paris, you can see a large those 'capitalistic pigs". But in contrast of the old mixed in with general, they love us. from houses and apartments tosomewhere in the community, open both their hearts, and their state laws governing rental rooms in private homes, Finley The need will become more homes to our students, agreements. Copies of the laws ~,J" | ~: Sreally about ready the new. The old Paris stays the Well I ve exhausted my little ~is and head back to same, but outside of this, in the power pack, so I'll say "so long" said. "We need to know if theacute as enrollment• - which will Forms describing the kinds ofwill be provided by the housing le bit of that, ~suburbs, are found large office for now, and the wines and girls whether they are sleeping quarters per year - grows. Consequently, heard thatn:stu rooms have kitchen privileges or increase by about 1,000 Students living accommodations open tooffice." • ~ Snow doesnt la buildings, apartments and are excellent so I won't complain, only, whether both room and we not only need spaces for the .......~-_-_-__-_z------_-~ ................ maybe ;,,o ~ freeways. You can't go in anyTakeCare On WSU List~ board are included in the rental coming year but also a - ~0i:. • -- - ................ ----------4 • ~ oecause direction without seeing Afriend, that seerns at times construction of buildings, Jim Four Students from Shelton p r i c e , w h e t h e r t h e comprehensive listing which can Table Tops, Mirrors, Aluminum Sash, °fthe legislative underground parking, or and one from Belfair wereamong accommodation involves the be referred to ~nd increasdd as van t tell anyone remodeling of systems that have Jim is now living with Mr. and those on a list of admissions for sharing of an apartment or home, enrollment climbs." Shower and Tub Doors, outgrown their need. Mrs. Claude Cartier. His address the fall semester at Washington or the outright rental of an Finley said that persons in theStorm Doors and Window Glass dohere? Well, I'll With a shortage of jobs, and is: State University which was apartment or home." housing office first will poll Lmngs, but notthe work available requiring James L. Cleveland released this week. ECCO volunteers and an college faculty and staff, ECCO Replacements of all kinds Evergreen staff member, Paul members and the Thurston Urban 3r school ng, it's students well qualified and well22-24 rue de Chateau The Shelton students are Zimmerman, will operate the League Committee to see how SOO • • • custom, schooleducated, the kids study a loL 92 Neuillysier ta Seine Shelley Baugess, Gretchen housing office five days a week; many units can be available from morning to 1, with ~on free too. So it somehow my time. I've COUnting the and the next Ltion which starts and lasts to the .holidays like kids like mountains for COUntry and or the Weekends we Usually go ists, with on their an important Student, and shop you'd t. mUSic, because are about ode in the public h big i laugh, exist. The want. this nothing for the hair thing, if a life With it e. You can tastes way of answer thei'e 1 like, arid Which don;t that I like.. are more open and nobody The are all talk, but not thing that see, is the e.ritage, had But You WOuldn't perhaps in people are Patriotic. ; :that.this is: Just t!iat the tiredof it : or Otherly. of that is a quiet a busy, • race. This by already I don't .them. Of made life and calm ~ith this, and because of 'cause at times the competition France Heart Fund Drive Results Are Told Returns from the 1971 Heart Fund Campaign in Shelton and Mason County totaled $2,547.41, it was announced by Dave Thacher, local Heart Fund Campaign Chairman. He expressed the hope that contributions from the Not-at-Home Envelopes still coming in would bring the yield to much more. This includes business gifts of $225 and special events of $322.58. The Heart Memorial chairman has received and turned in to the Association treasurer donations of. $965.60 from June 15~ 1970 to March 22, 1971, bringing the Heart Fund total to $3,513.01. The Splendid responses .from the Mason coianty people to the~ 1 97 1 "Heart Fund appeal• is " evidence that they understand the seriousness of the heart problem. . It also demonstrates their strong conviction that the Heart Association's program of research, education and community service constitutes a most effective way to combat and eventually to control this leading health menace in our community, Thacher commented. In addition to applauding the public's support of the drive, Thacher extends ithe Heart Association's deep thanks to all the volunteer chairmen, both city and county, the captains and the block workers for their time and efforts in conducting the campaign. The cooperation of the Shelton-Mason County Journal and radio station KMAS ifi bringing the appeal.to .the count)/ and city .residents: is much appreciated, Thacher said. i Square 426-3456 , C 0 E A EASTER GREETINGS BOX ........... $1.60 B FRUIT AND NUT EGG ............ $1.55 C CHOCOLATE CREAM EGG .......... 75¢ D ASSORTED CHOCOLATES 1 lb. box $1.95, 2 lb. box $3.85 E PURPLE FOiL EASTER BASKET ....... $1.50 Beerbower, Helen Brigham and Linda Koch. The Belfair student is Theron Harder. 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, Monday through Friday and also from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m., Tuesdays and those sources. The canvassing effort will later be expanded through meetings with members 2226 Olympic Hwy. N. L.eroy Dale 426-1152 Call for Free Estimates ~__-._-_--_-_--- - - -_ -_ - - --- _ _ _ _ _ _ _~~ IF HE DOES it's likely he will open his briefcase and offer you a proposition ..... I ........ about building products and supplies that will be so glowing in price and promise that you might be led to think it is the chance of your lifetime. BEFORE YOU ACT . . .,stop and con- sider what guarantee you II have on this job from start to finish---provided this man doesn t get your money in the way of a substantial down payment -- and then never return. \ DON'T JUMP at their big offers. Be safe and check with reliable local firms Dud find out if you ore really getting o big bargain. | II I SEE YOUR DEALERS for the materials, prices and help you want for your remodeling project. Then See Your CREDIT UNION for your remodeling loan II I I I • Federal Credit Union Mason County Federal Credit 5th & Cedar 4th & Cedar Phone 426-1633 PHONE 426-1601 IN McCLEARy~ PHONE 495-3497 Thursday, April 1, 1971 -Shelton-Mason County Journal- Page 17