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April 22, 1971

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PARTICIPATES AIGN of Shelton has dealer Ca's in a .campaign. Purpose is to promote nefits of home ebn; and remodeling, Community, across ~0u~ ampaign will ~! t 1971. extend fin STARTs EXAMINATIONs Timber Company examination of the Plots Monday, land and Keeping a inventory is a part of land md Simpson now these records to an system. ventory staff data bank in Simpson's Inventory Any loss or are noted records. COntinuous forest ilable allows Company COmpany's Jmes and guidelines for or reductions. SUstained yield we must have 3ries of our C.F.I. system Ld said. Plots are a grid on all the Shelton plots are Y 3/4 of a COVers one acre. All trees are A MObEL SO R LE OR ntee Wash. Therr~omatic 4th measured and recorded on each plot. A three year measurement cycle is scheduled, with 338 plots measured each year. By using the systematic grid measuring points a reliable report can be made yearly. Three or more trained foresters are in the field led by Ed Robinson, forester, from May until completion in the late fall. DL's CORNER It seems as though every time something appears in this column such as "the sun was shining brilliantly today".., the following day the skies open up and the rain does fall.., like hard, man... Well, you needn't worry about the rain falling, whether it's hard or soft, 'cause it won't change the climate of the great sales going on in Shelton and Mason County this week... Just a few of them are... At MILLER'S where you'll find the once a year Anniversary Sale in full swing. Manager Ron Elledge has lots of goodies just waiting your inspection... EVERGREEN DRUG CENTER has a fabulous array of items for the Evergreen Drug Values this week. Owner Ken Chapman keeps his eye pealed for good deals and tries to pass them on to you his customer... A great One Cent sundae sale is scheduled for Saturday, April 24th at the SHELTON DAIRY QUEEN. Marlis Monger, owner has lots of ice cream just warn' for you so don't forget... Understand from Larry K nudsen, manager of LUMBERMEN'S OF SHELTON, the Gay Nineties Open House went quite well, with approximately 77 winners of prizes... TED'S STEAK HOUSE has been purchased by Walt Rybacki recenlly. Walt has changed hours of the restaurant to Monday thru Saturday, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m... Clint Harrington, manager of PENNEY'S, says, "If there's a better value than the Penney sheet, it's the Penney sheet on sale". Better take Clint up on it this weekend... Neil Evander, owner of NEIL'S PHARMACY has lots of goodies for the entire family, and many of them are placed on special for the weekend. Don't miss out on 'era... The gr-r-r-rate paint sale is on at EACRETT LUMBER CO. Owner Mike Byrne has scads of colors to choose from, so better McGradys Coming Back For Summer By FRANCES CATTO As punctual as the swallows in Capistrano, the migratory McGradys have begun to return to Lilliwaup. Pat, Sr., winged in from New York, Phoenix, and Chicago April 15. Grace will be here in early May, after supervising the redecorating of their New York apartment. The migration continues well into the summer. Some will come here to work, which is a four-letter word for write. And some will come to play, which is a four-letter word for fun and family. This will be the eight consecutive summer (and for assorted McGradys summer in Lilliwaup lasts anywhere from two weeks to five months)that the McGradys will have been Lilliwaupians. Grace, of course, spent her childhood and teenage here. The McGrady youngsters lived here with her during World War II, while their daddy was a Marine Corps air combat intelligence officer in the Sulu Sea and other centers of culture. Grace and Pat, Sr., now have one dozen grandchildren. This distinction - more qualitative than quantitative, the progenitors insist - is a tribute to the merits of their three sons and their daughters-in-law. Pat, St., offers this rundown on the family, various members of which occasionally can be seen on nationwide TV: Grace (recently on "To Tell The Truth") is writing a future best-selling autobiography, tentatively called "Daze of Grace". Pat, Jr., on many major TV and radio shows for his best-selling book, "The Youth Doctors," is writing a new one, "The Love Doctors," about the psychiatrists and others who fix up your love life. He also edited (and rewrote much of) Mayor Charles Evers' new book; The Mississippi mayor is now seeking to be the black governor by defeating the lily-whitest political powerhouse in the United States. His family may be here in June. Mike, author of several books for teen-agers and of "A Dove In Vietnam," the facts and recommendations of which were accepted finally, and perhaps reluctantly by the Johnson and Nixon administrations, is at work on a new book of top secret nature in the time he can spare from his,journalistic duties. Mike master-minded the classical literary hoax, "Naked Came The Stranger", the deliberately rotten book which became a best seller everywhere, and its explanatory "Stranger Than Naked - or How To Write A Dirty Book For Fun And Profit," a hilarious and scrumptious follow-up, which had a disspiriting sale. The moral of hurry up there and grab some today... B & R SALES has a great Mother's Day gift just waiting for you to pick it out for your Morn. It's a dishwasher by Whirlpool. Manager Jerry and Sharon Watilo have it at a low special price tOO... Need some brand new sandals for summer? Then get the best from BOB'S SHOE TREE. Owner Bob Wotton has lots of styles and colors for your choosing and a price range to suit your budget... Elaine Petzold, owner of ELAINE'S BEAUTY SALON, worked for Redkin Laboratories at the Olympic Hotel in Seattle last Sunday during the hair coloring show. She is a member of the research and development dept. for Redkin... Ray Warren, owner of BECKWITH'S JEWELRY, has just stocked a complete line of Viking Glassware for your gift giving pleasure... That's -30- for this week, but remember what Thomas Mann wrote of opinion in The Magic Mountain, "Opinions cannot survive if one has no chance to fight for them". -DL New A new schedule of fees for private use of summer home lots on National Forest land in Oregon and Washington has been announced. The new annual fees, to begin Jan. 1, 1972, will vary from $30 for the least valuable lots, to $3/5 for high-value lots at the most popular recreation areas. Fees will increase for 85 ,per cent of the lots, while 15 per dent will remain unchanged or will be lowered. The fees are for exclusi~ use of a lot for construction of a summer home. The amount is established at 5 per cent of market ~value of the lots as determined by appraisers, and" revisi0i~s are made at 5-year intervals. To determine current values, the Forest Service contracted for the services of private professional appraisers and also employed its own appraisers to study market values. Appraisers found that $4,000 lot values are not uncommon, with some ranging as high as $10,000. 99 "Houseitis" is not uncommon. Many homes suffer from it. The symptoms are: Overcrowded I!ving areas. Jammed closets. Too few bedrooms or baths, and others. But now the friendly people at TCF hove just the right medicine for this problem. It's called the TCF Home Im- provement Loan. And it's designed to help make your cur- rent home a little more comfortable. And your family a little more happy. Add an extra bedroom. Complete the basement or garage. Finish off the recreation room. A new kitchen for morn. Whatever, chances are a TCF Home Improvement Loon can do the .job for you. And probably faster and cheaper than you'd imagine. "rHURSTON COUNTY FEDERAL fgI VINGS/I ID LOAN ASSOCIATION ,~ . oe~,wA. ~iooN. L,~..ey ,I. OLYMPIA LACEY SHELTON Home OfficeBranch Branch Mike's story is.' If you have a good book, take it to a promoting publisher. Mike and family may be here for a few weeks in July. Seamus, the youngest of the fun-loving trio of McGrady sons, is in the hottest seat of all. He is an editor, in New London, Conn., of educational and para-educational journals, ttow does one in this spot keep the peace with superintendents, principles, teachers, union leaders, parents - and, come to think of it, students? As an alumnus of Harvard (his brothers were Yale). that's Sham's problem. He may have learned some of the answers as a teacher in East Harlem Junior High (New York City), Chehalis Junior High, or Chugiak ttigh, Alaska, or as a newspaperman on Newsday or other New York newspapers. Pat, St., is writing a book about dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), a chemical endorsed by some physicians as having almost panacean properties but banned for the past seven years by the Food and Drug Administration. Old Pat, as a reporter for various newspapers and The Associated Press, covered such news events as the Japanese invasions of Manchuria and Shanghai in the early 30's, Hitler's New Germany, the trial of Bruno Richard Hauptmann (for the Lindbergh kidnapping), the political campaigns of such people as Roosevelt, Dewey, Wilkie, and Alf Landon, the slaying of Dutch Schultz and other bits of history. Pat's book on cancer research, The Savage Cell, made the American Library Association's "Notable Book List" of 1964, a list of the most significent works published during the year. Pat, Sr., in the cover story for the current Medical World News, quotes several eminent authorities as saying they believe they are curing leukemia. Medical World News is probably the most widely disseminated and read paramedical journal in the United States and in the world. Pat, Sr., has been credited with introducing a new dimension in communicating science and medicine between scientists and physicians and the public. In 1950 he began leading tours of science writers to the leading research centers of the United States - he was then and for 19 years thereafter Science Editor of the American Cancer Society - and in 1960 the effort burgeoned into an annual Seminar for Science Writers, a weeklong session at which 50 or so of the outstanding scientists would offer their results and thinking to an equal number of the foremost writers on science and medicine. Pat is now ~cience editorial consultant of the Cancer Society and his Seminars have become the prototype for a growing number of sessions between and among scientists, physicians and writers. En route from New York, Pat stopped off for one week at his own Cancer Society Seminar in Phoenix, and the annual meetings in Chicago of the American Association for Cancer Research and the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. Lawrence Dutton Duties Shelton Fire Chief Allan Nevitt this week assigned Captain Larry Dutton the duties of fire prevention officer. His new duties will be to co-ordinate existing programs, organize new programs of education and information and increase fire inspections. This new assignment is part of the department's all-over effort to expand and increase its service to the community, Nevitt said. NOW UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP We Serve Choice Cuts and Seafood --HOURS-- Mon. thru Sat. 6 a.m. - ]0 p.m. Sunday 6 a.m. - 8 P.m. Phone 426-1861 Located on Olympic Hwy. N. at Kneeland Center O Penn-Prest muslin fashion colors. 50% cotton/50 Vo polyester. Twin flat~or fitted ...... Reg. 2.99, NOW Full flat or fitted ....... Reg. 3.99, Now 3.47 Pillow cases. Reg. 2 for 2.49. Now, 2 for 2.17 I Penn-Prest muslin decorator prints. 50% cotton/50% polyester. Twin flat or fitted ............. keg" 2.99, NOW Full flat or fitted ..... Reg. 3.99, NOW 3.47 Pillow cases. Reg. 2 for 2.49. Now, 2 for 2.17 I Penn-Prest muslin 'Duo Tone' stripes. 50%cotton/S0% polyester. Twin flat or fitted .................. Reg. 2.99, NOW Full flat or fitted ...... Reg. 3.99, NOW 3.47 Pillow cases. Reg. 2 for 2.49. Now, 2 for 2.17 Sale prices effeciive through Saturday. Value. It still means something at Penneys. Shop Daily 9:30/5:30 - Fri. 'Til 8:30 P.M. We Do Hope Sol Perhaps it will cover the down payment on a new Chevy or aids. Our Springtime Formula: "TAX REFUND PLUS YOUR OLD CAR EQUALS NEW 1971 CHEV OR OLDS" --OR -- Check These "FLOWERS" of Springtimes Past: CHEVYS '70 Impala Coupes '70 Z28 Camaro '69 Caprice Sedan. Air '68 Camaro SS '67 Bel Air Wagon '64 Malibu Sport Coupe '63 Impala SS Coupe OLDS '70 "98" Luxury Sed., Air '70 Delta Royale Hol. Cpe. '69 "98" Luxury Sedan '68 "98" Holiday Coupe '67 Vista Cruiser, 9-Pass. '67 Vista Cruiser, 6-Pass. '56 "88" 4-Door Sedan ,: FORDS '70 Maverick '69 Torino Sport Coupe '67 Mustang '67 Comet Villager Wagon '65 Falcon 4-Door Sedan '65 Mustang '65 Falcon 2-Door Coupe OTHERS '69 Ambassador 4-dr., Sad, Air. '67 VW Squareback Wagon '64 Cadillac Coupe DeVille '64 Pontiac GTO '64 Buick Skylark 4-Door '64 American 4-Door '61 Dodge 4-Door '57 Plymouth 4-Door TRUCKS '70 Chevy ~ ton 4-speed '68 Chevy ~ ton, custom Camper '67 Ford F i 00 3-Speed '67 Ranchero '66 Ford F100 6-cyl., 3-speed '65 International Travelall '64 Ford F700 Crew Bus, 5-speed '63 Ford F700 Crew Bus, 4-speed '56 GMC Vz ton '56 Studebaker ~, ton, 3-speed '56 Internat. 3/, ton, 4-speed R- V's 9 & 11 ft. Security Campers New Sei:urity Truck Cabs, New '63 Ford F250 with ~2 ft. Self- contained Camper mounted - Air in cab and camper '63 Ford F350 with 14 ft. Chin- ook Self-contained Camper mounted - automatic dishwasher EXCLUSIVE FREE LIFETIME WARRANTY ON ALL NEW CARS AND PICKUPS! "Since 192 7" 1st and Grove NO. AWARD WINNING SERVICE DEPT. Man. thru Sat. RENTAL & LEASE CARS MIC INSURANCE Thursday, April 22, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5