Newspaper Archive of
Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
Mason County Journal
Get your news here
News of Mason County, WA
April 4, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
PAGE 4     (4 of 18 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 4     (4 of 18 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 4, 1963

Newspaper Archive of Shelton Mason County Journal produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

PAGE To =ale., State Survev Studies Ground 18o Reoister " " " Water Resources in CoUnty For K/ndergarten 0000::ii!ii "- """" ' "'" i.. tocol School, SKO vauey rtt.aa. uuou -u.u- ' ' ' "e" " " 1 vv a. 2-k l&rel' LllaIl prevlous yua ' montldy I.Bissomcre Ag ncy a -  ..... " ' 25 f r " T ' JAM119477. License No. 2A 3426 Beckwith Jewelry .......... 19 27 tration days held last week. LOST--Year old male Sealpoint Siam- ese cat. Missing since March 21. 720 Cedar. Phone 426-4725, W 4/4-18 WANTED to Buy Fern. Will pay 2 cents bonus. Located on Cole Road. Phone 426-3051. W 4/4-18 FOR RENT or Sale--Two-bedroom house. 214 East Pine, Cheap. Phone 426-6981. Y 4/4-18 ncar Shelton--33-acre farm with five bedrooms, modern, double garage. Phone 426-6981. 6 miles out. Y 4/4 tfn COMPACT, clean. 2-bedroom Hillcrest home, garage, utility porch electric heat. $55, Call 426-4870 after 4 p.m. Oregon. 1953 Pontiac Sedan. Mtr. No. KSXH1433, License No.2/8 5563. Iowa. 1953 Ford Coach. Mtr. No. A3RG143684. License No 6K 91. Oregon. and, at the hour of 11:30 a.m. of said day at Line Equipment Co. Belfair Washington. I will sell the following described vehicle, to-wit: 1949 Lincoln. Mtr. No, 9EL66556. License No. ,IET 089. California. D. S, CLARK. Sheriff Mason County, Washington. 4/4 It NO 16618 NOTICE OF PRlVA7E SALE O1" REAL ESTATE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR 4/4 tfn KITSAP COUNTY ................................................. In the Matter of the Estate of CARL MAGNOLIA Special--often called tulip trees--2 weeks only, several varieties. All with lots of buds, $4,98 and up, Garden Shop, Rt. 1. Box 45. Phone 426-3710. 4/4-11 Legal Publications NO, 3444 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY In the Matter of the Estate of RAY- MOND L. COLLINS. deceased. Myrtle A. Collins is tle appointed and qualified Executrix of said estate. All persons having claims against said deceased arc required to serve the same in duplicate, duly verified, on said Executrix or her attorney. Robert L. Snyder, at the address below stated. and file the: same with the Clerk of said Court. together with proof of such service, witthin six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the stone will be barred. DATE of first publication: April 4, 1963. MYRTLE A. COLLINS Executrix Box 984 Sitk Alaska ROBERT L. SNYDER Attorney atLaw 125-1 N. 5th Shelton. Washington 4/4-11-18 3t CAUSE NO. 804 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE UNDER GENERAL EXECUTION IN THE SUPERIOR CO%JRT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR MASON COUNTY FRANK M. WISER Plaintiff vs. MAX ISKRA and HELEN ISKRA his wife, and SLAUKO ISKRA, Defendant Under ,and by virtue of a general l execution issued out of and under thc l seal of the Superior Court o[ the State I of Washington, in and for said County I on the 20th day of March, 1963, upon a J judgment rendered in said Court on the 16th day of November, 1962, in favor of FRANK M. WISER and against 1VfAX ISKRA and HELEN ISKRA. his wife. and SLAUKO ISKRA. Judgment deb- tors for the sum of FIVE THOUSAND AND NO/J00 ($5000.00) dollars, to- gether with aitorney's fees. interest. costs and increased costs, and to me directed and delivered. I did on the 20th day of March. 1963 levy upon all the right, title and Interest of said judgtnent debtors m and to the tel- lowing described properiy to satisfy said judgment, to-wit In Mon County, Washington. and described as follows :. Tract 11, Eleven. Plat of Torten Shores. as per plat thereof reeorded in Volume 4 of Plats, at page 77 records of 1,ia.on CourtLy. All timt portmn el the following described tidelands and shorelands of second class lying be- tween the East and West lines produc- ed South of Tract 11, Plat of Totten Shores. as per plat recordea in Vo- Irene 4 of Plats page 77. more parU- cu/arly described as follows, to-wit: All tide and shorelands of the second eis, suitable for the cultivation ot oysters as conveyed by the State ot Washington described by metes and bounds as follows: Beginning at tle Meander Corner to tractional Sections 1 and 6. Township 19 North, Ranges 2 and 3 Wtmt. W.M.. and running thence North 71030 , East 21.06 chains, thence South 1830 , East 5.60 chains: South 71030 , West 18.91 chains: Thence North 3930 ' W,st 6.00 chains to the Point ot beginning, NOW THEREFORE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That on Friday the 26th day of April, 1963. at 10 o'clock in the Forenoon of said day, I will sell the above descrlbed property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment together with attorney's fees, interest, costs and in- creased costs, ill all amounting to the sum of Six Thousand. six hundred and seventy-six and no/100 Dollars ($6,676.- 00) Plus Advertimng and Sheriff's Costs, Said sale will take place at the East door of tile Court House at 4th and Pine in said County and State, and will be at publie atmtion, for cash in hand to the highest and best bidder. Dated at Shelton, Wash:. this 20th day of March. 1963. D, S, CLARK Sberlff of said County By Thorn Eassett Deputy 3/28-4/4-11-18-25 5 t NO. 5406 NOTICE TO CREDITOIN TO FILE CLA|MN IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE o WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTy OF MASON. (IN PROBATE) In the Matter of the Estate of GRACE CHARLOTTE BUXTON, NOTIC IS HEREBY GIWEN, That Ldters Testamentary oil the Estate of Grace Charlotte Buxton were granted to the undersigned, on the 29th day of March. 1963, by the said Sup;'rior Court, All persmts having claims against said estate are required to serve them with the nccessaly vouchers upon me at the office of my attorneys Foster & Foster, 501 Security Bldg, Olympia. within six months after the date of the first publication of this notice, to- wit. within six mouths after the 4th day of April 1963. and file the sam,' with tile clerk of this Courl together ,vith proof of such service, or ' they shall be forever barred. Dated at Shetton. Wash.. this 2nd day of March, 1963. CARROLL E. BUXTON Exm:utor of tbe Estate of Grace Charlotte Buxton, de- deceased. FOSTER & FOSTER. Alter'nays for Executor, 501 Seeurity Build.ing, Olyill)ia. "I/$raslli n i on 4/4-I1 18 3t Sincer'tty--'ts- moi'----e Sll---cce--'sf-ll than P. TEEL. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai in compliance with the order of the above entitled Court. the undersigned executrix will sell' bn the 20th day of April, 1963. tile following descr'H)ed real property .ituated in Mason Coun- ty. Washington. to-wit: That portion of Lots 10,11.12 and 13. Sportsmen's Waterfront Tracts at Bald Point. lying East of the County Road. Mason County. Washington. at private sale at Room 304, Medical Dental Building. Eremerton. Washing- ton. All bids for said real property shall be in writing and addressed to the undersigned executrix and deliver- ed to her at said address and/or filed with the Clerk of the abow entitled Court at or before 12:00 o'clock noon of the said 20th day of April, 1963. Said bids shall specify the terms of the offer and no bid shall be consider- ed for the real property above descHb. ed that is less than ninety (90) per- cent of the appraised valuation thereof. DATED at Bremerton. Washington this 1st day of April. I963. LOUISE E. TEEL. Executrix WALLACE & FRASER 304 Medical Dental Bldg. Bremerton. Washington 4/4-11 2t NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE WYNOOCHEE SALVAGE SALE NO. 1 Public notice is hereby given that pursuant to the provisions of Section 5 of Public Law 273, 78th Congress (58 Stat. 132-1& U.S.C.A. 583-583i), and the Cooperative Agreement for the Management of the Participating For- est Properties in the Shelton Co- operative Sustained Yield Unit entered into by and between the United States of America and the Simpson Timber Company, dated December ]2, 1946. all merelmntable timber marked or desig- nated for cutting on an area embrac- ing 787 acres, more or less, within Sections 2. 3, 9. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23. 24, 25, 26. 27, 28, 33, 34, T. 23N., R. 7W., W,M. un- surveyed, Wynoochce Block, Grays Harbor County, Shelton Cooperative Sustained Yield Unit Olympic Na- tional Forest, Washington, (villbe sold to the Simpson Timber Company, Seattle. Washington. on April 29, 1963. The estimated volmnes are: 4,400 M board feet of Douglas-fir, 800 M board feet of western redcedar. 6.900 M board feet of western hemlock and other species. The minimum acceptable bid per M board feet is as follows: Doug- las-fir $6.60. western redcedar $3.60. western hemlock and oher species $3.65. This includes the following rates, per M board feet for stumpage ineluding deposit for sale area hettcr- ment). ,3.00 base rate plus an addi- tional $3.00 for Douglas-f r, $3.00 for western redeedar. $2.00 base rate plus an additional $1.05 for western hemlock and other species, and $0.60 for .:lash disposal for all species. The prices hid for stumpage shall be considered as tentativ( rates subject to quarterly calendar adjustment upward or down- ward by 0.5 ot the difference between tlw average (,f tim monthly Douglas- fit" region indices, as calculated by tile Forest Service for the three previ- ous months, and the following base indices: Douglas-fir 11731 (El. west- ern redcedar None. western hemlock and other species 92,95 (A). Such ad- justments in he price for stumpage shall bc applicable to timber scaled during lhe tl]reer-months period fol- It)wing the quarter for which the ad- justment m computed. In no event however, shall the payment rates for cant quarter be less than the base rates as stated alloy.. When the ad- justed rates by species are lower than the base rates, the differince between the h)tal dollar value o the timber cut at adjusted rates and at base rates will be recorded for eaeh species. The stumpage rate for any species will noI be increased above the base rate until the subsequent adjusted rates above base rates for all species de- velop an accumulated total dollar value in excess of the total recorded accumulated difference for all species, If requested by tle State of Washing- ton or by Grays Harbor County or by any person deemed to have a reason- able interest in the proposed sale or in its terms, a public hearing w ll be held in the office of the Forest Super- visor. Post Office Building, Olympia, Washington. on the 19th day of April, 1963, at 2:00 pm. Requests for public hearing will not be considered unless received in the office of the Forest Supervlsol , 'Post Office Building, Olympia, Washington, on or before April 10, 1963. Dated March 25, 1963 Lloyd G, Gillmor, Forest Supervisor, Olympie National Forest, 3/28-4/4o11-18 4t NOTICE OF HNARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: Thai the 7oarfl of County Comnfissioners did. on iV[arch 18. 1963. pass a Resolu- tion declaring their intention to hn- prove a section of County Road No 230. als0 known as the North Shore Road, said portion lying within Sec- tions 9 and 10, Township 22 North, Range 2 W. W.M.. extcndlng westward from the intersection of said County Road No. 230 with County Road No. 232 (Elfendahl Pass Road). Said im- provement lying between survey Sta- tions 256 - 00 attd 348 + 00 for a dis- lance of approximately 1.7 miles. Said Resolution further declared that such road inprovement is a public necessity and instructed the Clerk of lhe Board to set up a public Hearing there,,n. And further instructcd the Couuiy l3ngine,r to report oll said road lnl- i)rove[nent and the (Joun|y Prosecutor to 'r(view and glve approval oil legal questions. NOTICE IS THEREFORE GIVEN: That said Hearing will be held at the Office of ihe County Co/nnlissioners In the Co)n'ih(se at Shelion, Washing- hm, at tl a.m., April 1o. 1363, All in- leresled persons nlay appc!ar at said Heal'iIIK It) be lipid for tile purpose ol hearinK the Engineer's report (In said County Road. Blmrd of County COllllnissJoners Of Mason County. %Vashington. genius or talent.--Mary Baker By C. NOLAN MASON Eddy. " Clerk of tlm Board. " 3/28- i/,1 2[ We Need More Room OVER 70 USED REFRIGERATORS Priced To Sell Quickly ALL SOLD WITH WARRANTY All Models, Makes, Sizes and Priccs LEM WARREN REFRIGERATION The I-Iut ........................ 12 36 High game---Bill Kneeiand 181 High series--Claude Cook 462. 2:00 P. M. BANTAMS W L Jay Birds ........................ 51 21 "vVillou r Insurance ......... 40 32 Lumbermen's Merc ....... 37 34V V.F.W, Auxiliary ........ 33 38 High games--David Graffe 128. High series---Randy Stanley 243 j FRIDAY MIXED LEAGUE W L Hep Katz ........................ 59 37 You Name It ................ 59 37 Twisters ........................ 42 54 Suburbanites .................. 33 63 High games Sybit Sampson 180, Chuck Thompson 212 High series Verna Johanson 499, Chuck Thompson 565 WOMEN'S 12:30 LEAGUE W L Nell's Pharmacy ............ 68/ 44 Shelton Union Service 58 53, Phil's Richfield ............ 57 55 Dairy Queen .................. 40 72 High game -- Sharon Huisingh 202 High seines Lois Albrecht 525 SIMPSON WOMEN W L Lumber ............................ 34 18 Research .......................... 31 20 , Olympic Plywood ........ 31 21 Accounting ...................... 27 ,25 Loggers .............. : ............. 26 25 Engineering .................... 23 29 Purchasing ...................... 20 32 Insulating Board .......... 15 37 High game June Loving 202 High series -- Jeanne Peterson 501 12:30 BANTAM LEAGUE -W L Cook's Plant Farm ............ 55 23 Timber Bowl ...................... 52 26 Morgan, Eacrett Lbr ......... 44 34 Shelton Joarnal .................. 35 43 Wilson Mill .......................... 35 43 Lions Club ........................ 32 46 Boon's Plumbing ................ 29 49 Eagles Aerie 2079 .............. 28 50 High games---Sonja Ahlquist 192, Chuck Thompson 180, High series---Sonja Ahlquist 348, Chuck Thompson 306. GRANGE BOWLING , W L Matlock .34 17 Agate ................................ 30 21 Southside ....................... 28V2 23 Skokomish .................... 27 25 CloquaIlum ...................... 25/,2 26.2 Pomona ....... , ............ ..,_v4, 28 Shelt0n Valley ...... [......i..221 "29% Patrons ............................ 15  26]Yz High games Joan Sharp 2)9, Henry Warnes 218 High series--Lois Simpson 483. Jim Rossmaier 592. WOMEN'S CITY LEAGUE W L Sunbeam Bread .............. 32 20 Millo's Diner .................... 31 21 Morgan Transfer . ............. 27 25 Shelton Hotel .................. 26 26 Hoodsport Lumber ............ 25 27 Lumbermen's Merc ......... 25 27 McConkey Drug Center 22 30 Polka Dot ............................ 20 32 High game---Rubye Frisken 195, Higl series---Rubye Frisken 531. Split picks Dot Rutherford 2-7, Edith Huisingh 5-7, HARRY D. ROSS, Tacoma, be- gan work Monday as manager of the Mason County Federal Credit Union. He was 'an exam- iner for the Bureau of Federal Credit Unions headquartered in Tacoma seven years. He was with the bureau five years in the midwest before coming to Tacoma. He is married and the father of one daughter. Ross - succeeds Robert Sargent as manager of the credit union. CHECKS WATERFLOW--John Noble, Olympia, Geologist, Di- vision of Water Resources, Washington State Department of Con- servation, measures the flow from the artesian well at the Mason County Fair Grounds. The Division of Water Resources and the U. S. Geological Survey are working together to measure the ground water resources in Washington State, (Photo - Extension Service) The Division of Water Resour- 5es, Washington State Department of Conservation, has an unique hunter provling the countryside. He is John Noble, Olympia, an articulate young geologist who is hot on the .trail to nosing out acquifers in Mason County. Acquifers are strata of porous rock, sand or gravel lying under- neath the earth's surface. They soak up precipitation like spong- es and hold the water until it is tapped, or flows from exposed formations as seeps or springs. In either case, the fluid yield is ground water, a natural resource of the first bracket magnitude. "The management of ground water supplies may, hotd the key Lo nation-wide social and indus- trial development", Noble said. as he measured the flow from a Ma- son County artesian well. "Already people have over-used ground water in many areas, especially in the Southwest2' Noble went on to explain that because ground water is locally stored precipitation, vvater-use from wells shefld-be balanced with rain and snow fall. When acqui- fers are over-pumped water levels in wells lowe'r and eventually the wells go dry. Even though it would seem that Western Washington has unlimited ground water po- tential because of heavy precipita- tion, there is evidence of local shortages occurring in several aensely populated areas. ON A MASON COUNTY MAP Noble is now plotting the loca- Discusses Trash Dumping Contrart Renewal I Loren D. Roberts of the Masop County Garbage Service met with the Shelton City Commission Tuesday to discuss his contract for dumping &t the city dump grounds. The commission voted to extend the present contract with Roberts until July 1 and then see if the volume of dumping had increased. Roberts pays a fee to the city for dumping at the city dump. Street Superintendent Bob Tern- ple told the commission the sum- mer water rates were due o go into effect May I and asked if the commission wanted to extend the policy of the past few years. Water users get additional water during the summer for the same amount of money in order to pro- vide them with water to sprinkle lawns, WOMEN GO AT IT' Jean Yeager won the ptqze ball in the low net event which com- prised the weekly competition in the women's diviston of the Shel- ton Golf Club this week, while Ann Correa had the honors last week, for fewest putts. ABOUT READY FOR A NEW BEDROOH SET! HERE IS A WALNUT BEAUTY MR. AND MRS. CHEST WITH LARGE MIRROR FULL SIZE BOOKCASE HEADBOARD BED AND A FOUR DRAWER CHEST all for ONLY--q6P Furniture Dept. -- 2nd Floor of Shelton A Subsidiary of P, N. Hirsch & Co. formerly the Lumbermen's Mercantile lions of existing wells. He is also collecting geologic data from the well drillers who have kept rec- ords of strata which they pene- trated. This information will form a pattern of acquifer positions in Mason  County, and establish a benchmark on Which to base judg- ments for future ground water management The Division of Water Resources is cooperating with the U. S Geological Survey in surveying ground water supplies in the State of Washington. In Western Wash- ington geologists have recently completed work in King', Pierce. Lewis Kitsap and Thurston Coun- ties. These findings, coupled with those from Mason County, will appear on published reports that depict ground-water supplies in most of the glacial basin of the Puget Sound region. These re- ports will be invaluable to in- dustrialists, farmers and well drillers ,and people who plan to build beyond the city water sys- tems. The 180 for kindergarten regis- tered this year is 30 more than were registered at the pro-school clinic last year. School officials are uncertain whether this represents a poten- tial increase in the number of kindergarten pupils for the 1963- 64 school year or whether turnout this year was better because of the elimination of the physical examinations which had resulted in long waits for some in previous years At present there are 219 enrolled in kindergarten in the Shelton School System. The 17 first graders registered are some who are not now attend- ing kindergarten Those in kinder- garten now are pre-registered through heir classes Shelton Teacher Voted Office In State Group M:rs. Mildred Dombroski. Shel- ton teacher, was elected secretary- treasurer of the Washington As- sociation of Speech and Hearing Therapists at the group's annual meeting last week. Mrs. Dombroski has been speech and hearing therapist for the Shel- ton School District for several years. Also attending the meeting March 29-30 at the Hyatt House between Seattle and Tacoma was Kenneth Edwards. who also works in speech and hearing therapy in the Shelton School System About 200 persons attended the meeting. BASEBALL SCORES Elma 8, Shelton 4. Sequim 6. Port Angeles 0, West Bremerton 2. Central Kit- sap 0. Port Townsend 12, Chimacum 6. East Bremerton 6. Bel]armine 2, Aberdeen 10, Montesano 0. Ah. children, you are the bul- warks of freedom, the cement of society, the hope of our race! Mary Baker Eddy. \\; COPY DEADLINES RURAL CORRESPONDENCE AND NOTICES -- ]V[on' DISPLAY ADVERTIShNG -- Tuesday noon SOCIETY NE\\;V8 -- Tuesday noon PICTURES AND NEWs -- Tuesday 5 p.m. WANT ADS Wednesday 10 a.m. __ EDITOR AND PUBLISHER -- William M. Diclde PLANT SUPERINTENDENT Jim Shrum OFFICE MANAGER Lodema Johnson LqEWS EDITOR Alan Ford SOCIETK EDITOR Marj Waters OFFICE ASSISTANT iVary Kent ADVERTISING MANAGER -- Barbara Nelson ?RINTERS Russ Stuck, Dave,Thacher, Asa Pears0", Bill Peele. .._-' Sludents Write Essays For Loyalty Sixth Grade students in the i award at a Shelton School System have be-IMay 1 in the gun preparing their essays for the I Subject of the anr{ual Veterans of Foreign Wars l "What Loyalty Loyalty Day Essay contest. ' The essay The winner of the essay con- by Mason County test will be presented with his as an activity for SHOES GET NEW SHOES FOR THE EASTER PARA CHILDREN'S -- BLACK AND wHIT]$ PATENT '3" to $5 WOMEN'S -- RED - BROWN - BLA  WHITE PATTINA FLATS AND HEELS CHRY%ER / AMERICA'S NEWEST PACE'SEllERS ports spectacular-- with a 5-year or 50,O00-mile warrantyT When the Chrysler 300 sets out to do a performance Witt a 300--crisp, custom styling, bucket seat luxury Job, it does it with flying colors, It's been chosen plus the power and handling of a true performance (with complete justification) to pace the field at the car are all yours to enjoy. tamed Indianapolis "500" on May 30th, And, there's the most sur;%ising extra of all--your It's already known as the No. 1 American rally car. Chrysler dealer's 5-year or 50,000-mile warranty. Successes include top awards in the Continental Little wonder Chrysler's setting th'e hot pace wherever Divide, Daniel Boone and Abominable Snow rallies, performance cars are being talked about, Value speetaeular-- with a crisp, custout look When Chrysler sets out to pack a full-size Newport %8 [hat per[orms on relular. Torsion-bar suspension with value, others take a back seat. Here's value that that levels the rougtest roads. Exoensive decorator surprises many who figure [he crisp, custom beauty fabrics. Six-way adjusta'ble seats. Thick, door-to-door of Chrysler ought to be priced much higher, carpctinq. Then there's America's Iongesz and best Consider ihe solid way this beauty is built. The com- new-car warranty, 5 years or 50,000 miles. plete way it's powered and equipped with a Firebolt Chrysler Newport--only $294.* See your dealer todaY, "Menufaclurer's Suflgested relai/ price o[ New#orl 4.door sedan, oxc/uaive eJ slale end/oeM taxcs, d an/, ano destinabon cnargos. White wall fires exha, tYour euthorized Chrye/er Dca/cr's Warranfy against dejects m material and workmanetll on 1963 cars has neen cxl)andcd 10 inc/ ......  ..... I,: ....... f ........... thout ch .... f .......... d oarfe or/ ..... [or 5 years Or 50.000 t.,,, e ....... f ........ d CHRYSl EFt-. comes fir.q, on lira Goqtoo Mock. hoad and internal I)art. tran: 7'7/t;5/oD case and inl rnal p.Hfs ('-c/udit:a n uu d ch,lc ;; |Ofeue cotlv(:rter, drzve shelf, umvcrsa/ ]o/nts (oxc]uding dust covr, ra), rear axle and difletCl)t,dt, .rid re;it w,mcf be:zrmcs. CtlRYSLER DIVISION 1 M0iUB CL]pufiIION grovided lhe veh// hea beea efviecd al rcaaonabie inlcfva/5 according Io lhe ChryMer Cerlified Car Care $ciu/. KIHBEL MOTORS, :INC. 707 South First " _._ --EE "EMPIRE,'' CHRYSLER CORPORATION'S WEEKLY HOUR.LONG TVADVENTURE 5HOW . .