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\ Corps Permit man OU Is Sticky typewriter keys wall-to-wallservants, ofwhichI'm ever seen a barn walking? Wehad induced by southern hemisphere most unaccustomed. I even had driven down a cul de sac toward Application has been received humidity "silenced" Mason my o wn car an d driver, the river and there by himself not en. ~ by the Seattle U.S. Army Corps County's globe-circling Peggy resplendant in a long white linen 20 feet away leered this beast. ohnson ~ATORSOF of Engineers Seattle office from Kneeland for more than six duster and gleeming white hat The adrenilin surged up and I AS~~'IN NAM midnight on Friday, Saturday and A b e A. Hart, Belfair, for weeks, but an extended stopover which matched his shining teeth, wondered how fast he could :heasta*]E ' ED tic Clrc Sunday... Department of the Army permitin Durban, South Africa, rectified Their home is on top of the flatten the Ford Galaxie had he i!il Leroy Dale announced the to do certain work in Hood Canal, the problem so another letter, new location of SHELTON about one mile east of Twanohwritten aboard the :ailwanian highestthe upperhill storiesin Durbancommandsand frOma lumberedbeen so off ininclined'disgust."Happily' he GLASS CO. recently to 2226 State Park. The proposed work freighter Oriental Cam "n thesweeping view of the city and the A visit to a "hide" or blind, Olympic Hwy. No. on Mr. View. includes repair and preservation Indian Ocean on March 17, has busiest harbor in South Africa where viewers look thru 18-inch This is a growing business, of three existing mooring buoys reached local friends, s e (the closed Suez canal brought a slots in sturdily constructed walls growing with the needs of and an existing swimming float Mrs. Kneeland p nt bonanza to South African with armed guards while ~JLtin have been Shelton... and installation of a nylon float approximately six weeks withshipping). Next door is the British observing and photographing the Frul fr masS~'l~t: g C&Ld~eve Time Sh:lvCetwhe FOrgiftall needs,types OfstopdrUg needs line to provide facilities for friends in Durban after debarking embassy. Every day the puza tray wild animals, was a highlight of wmoanjaPl~ttters eH~a and in at n inYe~hseltTohn t ns:e)n" f +halltterldingJunirHi"ahcmd--%11 h~S'" moorage of private boats, from her original ship, the (Zulu for drinks)comes out at the safari for Mrs. Kneeland. She EVERGREEN DRUG CENTER. swimming, and protection of Oriental Rio, Jan. 30, and before 11:30 a.m. and whoever is home saw and "got many great nool. Owner Ken Chapman has lots of swimmers, embarking on the Oriental or drops by sits on the porch pictures' of zebra, nyala, but whY ~I, COIN.OPWASH goodies for your entire family, so Interested parties are Carnaval March 15 for the (stoep) until lunch is served at 1 steenbok, kudu, blue wildebeest, [tBLISItMENT SOLD run in soon.., requested to submit, in writing, remainder of her around-the p.m. This is repeated at 6 p.m. for impala, wart hogs, etc. She wrote Fashionable jewelry is any comments or objections that -world voyage. It began in early dinner at 8 p.m. 1 visited many that they spent about six hours a Lucille McBrideavailable at a reasonable price at they may have to the proposedDecember from San Pedro, Calif. British and American homes, a day at the reserves before Sale this week of RAY WARREN'S BECKWITH'S work. The decision as to whether She expects to return to her home Frenchman s sugar plantation as and Dry JEWELRY. Owner Ray Warren a permit will be issued will be and Mrs. Rex on. The sale was Volaric of the of Maple Valley Which was the and cleaners was started in ide's purchased They play on area. ha, in the at, named Ray and as managers. He nly change in the plant will :harge. .bunny is well on time, to all of out there in has just the item for that special Easter gift. Take time to stop and browse, we're sure you'll find what you want... That's -30- for this week but remember what is in Hebrews XIII.8, "Jesus Christ the same yesterday and today and forever." - DL Rock, Mineral Show Slated The 18th annual Gem and Mineral Show will be held at the University of Puget Sound Fieldhouse, North 1 lth. and Union, Tacoma April 17 and 18. Hours are 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. based on an evaluation of the impact of the proposed work on the public interest. Factors affecting the public interest include, but are not limited to, navigation, fish and wildlife, water quality, economics, conservation, aesthetics, recreation, water supply, flood damage prevention, ecosystems, and, in general, the needs and welfare of the people. Comments on these factors will be accepted and made part of the record and will be considered in determining whether it would be in tbe best public interest to grant a permit. Replies to this notice should be mailed to reach the Seattle Corps office not later than April 26 to insure consideration. ne dn't lay 'anf~gg April 17 and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in April 18. bunnYSheltondOesto and In addition to the usual Enrollment Told A!lyou displays there will be a touch Registration for the spring need do is table set up especially for the semester at Washington State me businesses in blind It will include specimens of University has reached 13,893, few of them that Week are... E where Is featuring the Upholstered that this is est brands on the should know. ends most of the in order to customers... or Easter is this shoe from BOB'S 'Wner Bob Wotton the gal that i,J in !ling and wants Y enough to do * Easter Sunday go to the fine the menu and right :esist... are talking pickin's at Ron Elledge for this spring In today and grab just in time for MILLER'S ager Kirk ally bent over the customer, and top quality Wner Nell every Week, 1 everyone in out on the lrgh Paint sale EACRET-T Mike Byrne to choose is changing of customers. 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. to 12 crystals, rocks, fossils and minerals the blind may handle freely. Braille identification tags will be on each specimen. The Tacoma Agate Club will host the show which features displays of club members and hobbists from the host club and 11 additional clubs. acting registrar C. James Quann said this week. The total exceeds the previous spring semester record of 12,729 set last year. The exact registration total won't be known until next week. Enrollment for the fall semester was 14,510. or Men's moc toe oxfords. Grain leather uppers in black spruce. Composition rubber sole, and rubber heel. at Union in July after a month-long stay in Hawaii. Her previous letter was mailed from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. After a stop at Buenos Aires, Argentina, the crossing to Capetown, South Africa, was "calm on the outside, very gay on the inside," Mrs. Kneeland writes. "From Jan. 26 thru 29 the entire crew celebrated Chinese New Year. The officers wore formal black suits for four days (the doctor put on his white coat to make cabin calls only). Hangovers were abundant among the Chinese complement and things were a bit askew during that time, but very much enjoyed by the passengers.., four days of giant firecrackers day and night, etc." The ship reached Capetown Feb. 2, a cold, windy, clear day. "The magnificence of that sight of Table Mountain and the 12 Apostles was breath-taking.., the mountain often wears a light cloud over it known as the table cloth." A tour of the 3,500 foot high peak followed on an aerial tramway that "scared me spitless", the letter read. Proceeding on to Durban, Mrs. Kneeland writes "life in South Africa is another world. The low cost of living is unbelievable. My hostess pays a high wage from their standards to values MeTI~ fop mhelton emel~tal.y ll~hlt and ~lton ~eftlor ng'h S~hOol ril 12-16 le With .,Veget~ me and ~cued be Ps, . ., veqe u milk_ ~Chili .ter sand, r,o,..o,,,....:+or, I 99 ] +lZza,. V l vinylLadieSshoeCrinklewith patent ~HI~."t s' adjustable straps. In black. For sizes B, 5Vz-9. --- t,~ans, ,,, ate Cake and na from 299 Ave. Men's wing tip with wipe and wear Corfam.rR TM uppers. Pentred~ polyvinyl chloride sole *DuPont's poromeric man.made material. well as their magnificent beach house, a farm owned by Americans and used on weekends was beautiful." Part of her Durban stay included a safari to the vicinity of Johannesburg during which Mrs. Kneeland wrote that upon rounding one curve they came upon five sleeping lions, not all off the road. "Have you ever seen a Zulu turn pale? One beautiful male was sitting with his head going from side to side very slowly as ff to say 'there's no privacy any more'. You have to keep the windows up for safety reasons even though the petrol scent dominates the human scent. "We spent four days in the new Safari Lodge just out of Hl,uhlu w e (pronounced shlooshlowee). This is in Zululand and is about an hour in each direction from three large game reserves. One day we came upon a zebra kill being torn apart by 13 hyenas. The ranger told us this was most unusual. The same day I saw my first rhinoceros. Have you Thomas Gibson, Sr. Dies In Bremerton Thomas Gibson, Sr. of Bremerton died Tuesday in Harrison Memorial Hospital in Bremerton at the age of 72 years. He was born May 14, 1898 in Rodgersville, Tenn. and had been employed as a ranger for Washington State Park Services at Twanoh State Park. He is survived by his wife Gladys of the home; two sons, Henry of Arcada, Cal. and Thomas Jr. of Shelton; two daughters, Eva Jensen and Mary Warren of Santa Rosa, Cal.; a sister, Mrs. Elsie Waiters of California; 14 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. A service will be held in the Batstone Funeral home at 11 a.m. Friday, with burial in Shelton Memorial Park. Donations to the Cancer fund are requested in lieu of flowers. 99 Ladies' tie-shoe of smooth leather. With composition Sole and heel. In blue. For sizes B, 5 V2-9. 99 Men's moc-toe dress oxford with uppers of smooth leather. Leather ICO returning to the lodge for a swim and lunch at 2 p.m., then a long nap usually terminated by the tapping on the window of an ostrich "urging us to get with it and bring the cocktails out on the stoep for they love potato chips. We usually congregated at my rondavel for we had a better view of the grounds and could watch the zebras graze there during the setting sun. A long swim in the beautiful pool and dress for a late dinner and that is life at the lovely Safari Lodge". The Zulus, she continued, are sole and rubber heel. In black. Value. It still means SOmething at Penneys. a proud race and take pride in their achievements. Their beadwork is exquisite and they still often wear their fantastic feathered and skin costumes. "I saw several at the native markets in Durban. They are completely honest and therefore are the dominant race of servants." Mrs. Kneeland's ship will be in Singapore for three days this week after stops at Laurenco Marquee and Mombasa, then will proceed to Hongkong, Kaohsiung, Keelung, Kobe and Yokohama. Ray and Rose Volaric Laundromat and Dry Cleaning We feature all Double-Load Washers & Dryers! HOUR SERVICE-- 134 N. 1st. SHELTON Dry Cleaning located in rear of building. FINE UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE II II I I t F * Latex rubber seat cushions. * Solid Eastern Maple Hardwood trim. * Custom fitted arm covers. elegant Awtrolon prims m woven of 100% utqWe nldOn the mtmngeit fiber I(~,m~ to man lind INOtaCtqKI Igllmlt loll anti shlln bit i FI,NF(!I1()1 ~TbHI I)i I_ RNrlt RE on*" ii?i~ ilhnli:wiRt :! h:a!e;: OPEN DAIRY 8:30 A.M. to FREE PARKING 5:30 +P.M. FREE DELIVERY 426-4702 4th & Cota SHOP DALLY TO 5:30 -- FRIDAYS 9:30 ) 30 P.M Thursday, April 8, 1971 Shell Journal 5