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April 22, 1971

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is . ters Sla! Annual M ing , :St Service Foresters from throughout question, Will the goats protect Grimm has been instrumental in Portfolio for the Province of [;e M~, Maule, Forest Siskiyou National Forest in 1958 Western Washington will gather at the cabbage patch?'. Duree will Peace Arch negotiations between British Columbia, will speak Ocean Shores April 22-24 for the present his views on local control Canada and the United States. before the foresters and their t a u~Ymple Nahonal He has been District Ranger on annual meeting of the Puget of shore land and timber land The panel, moderated by wives at a Friday noon luncheon he-* nflounces the the Hoodsport Ranger District Sound Section of the Society of management during a Dave James, Simpson Timber at the Ocean Shores Inn. Minister nt"t: .Jack E. Grubb as since 1962. American Foresters ,, Forestry... Who Needs It? 'Company, will also include James McCarthy's address will offer a iS0r~an~%~.Staff in theGrubb, his wife JoAnn and "Forestr_v for People_ is this panel discussion .... P Rogers Portland attorney look at "The Best of Both Will be"nnce' Olympia. sons Kurt, Mark and Craig will be year's theme with a number of Also appearing on this panel Rogers will discuss the effects of Worlds." f-Way , responsible for making their home in Olympia non-foresters presenting their will be Dr. David G. Berry, recent court decisions on forestThe Section meeting will also -, ~antl transactions, after April 18.. 's USe 0n the Forest. views on current forest Vice-President of the new management, offer a rare collection of slides . ~b is a lo, As of this date Grubb management practices. Evergreen College, and HowardFriday afternoon will be depicting early day logging. ) State ;~,~u graduate of replacement has not been named. During the openingsessionW. Grimm, Olympia businessmandevoted to a panel made up of During the banquet scheduled 19" , . , " ' - "y nLht newl flee___ n F0restr;W~Ir, sity with a Robert Sipe vacated this A rll23 James E Duree and member of the hans Club professional foresters Appearing for Frida 1~ v ted rked su~.__ anagement, position April 18. He is Westportattorney, will pose the International board of directors, on this panel will be GarrettSection officers will be :._. .,tuners tar thetransferring to the Umatilla 'Whil: ~ttSal!frnia and Natinal Frest' Pendletn'a~, Ranger District, that time. 1~ . . Eddy, President of Port Blakely announced and the foresters will. Tile Mall ComPany, and Bert L. Cole, honor one of their number with gan hi~"umg college. Oregon asLandsStaffOfficer. I "~ -- A -- -- -- Commlss,oner of Pubhc Lands. the ' Forester of the Year" award. ~ Permanent lC :naent wi,h ,L .~ Slpe has been on the Olymp " ~IIorDs ~e~s I~l~eq~l~eST Fl!hng outthecPt;nelofllLbepP2~iP Other active!its at the annual tn 1951 i~'~,,the ..l~rest since April 1 962. He was m ~negleo, ulre meenng wm mcmde a woods tour ~0rester ,~_wesot Virginia Resource Assistant on the P-~.~ ~nn~m,l~ I~~b Service' Northwest Forest andto ITT Rayonier's Crane Creek 6, Wil~ transIerrlng to Soleduck Ranger District for four r~! d~lDI,d~ll I r~llllll Range Experiment Station, andlogging operation, a crab feed and I 1955 H'e~e.tte Nahonal years and has been Assistant Application has been received a permit will be issued will be Howard, MH!an, Weyerhaeuser clam digging during the minus 1 Be-,~. ~ transferred to Lands Staff Officer in Olympia ~ ..... by the Seattle U S Army Corps based on an evaluation of the p:ePlnysodPU?ant;raI~ill~s b~nt'Ai hdes. since c of the ro osed work on Puget Sound Section of of Engineers office from the impa t P P ~,r~ ..... 11 Recreation Division ...... Washington State Department of the public interest Factors ~ L,u.:,~ % the De artmen~i o" me ~oc~ety of American Foresters t, EVeres Natural Resources, Olympia for affectingthe public interest ~upervlsor Iorc "P' ~ t is made up of local chapters Department of the Army permit include, but are not limited to, l~aturat KesOUro;s. ble G " " located from the Columbia River Climbrn for work in SquaxinPassage near navigation, fish and wildlife, . .line lno .a.. r a,cc, m. to the Canadian border andasfar S h Shelton The proposed 'work water quality, economics, Mctarthy, m~nlster wnnout east as Yakima. Owing Set submergedincludes aquacultureCnstructinstructuresf a recreation,Cnservatin'water supply,aesthetics'flood ~tiv~'2Or_ slide Showing and Ride of the world's hi est eak, area, including floats, buoys and damage prevention, ecosystems, i~~ L. ~uout o"~ ~ g gh p " IptUres -,_ ,~"e ot man's great will present the approximately 1Vz anchors to provide a suitable and, m general, the needs ann m~TATI a~ll~ of Mt.t~2e. 1963 American hour show. Unsoeld currently is a natural site for research on a welfare of the people. ~ ---'-" ~ted at 7.3:crest - Will be member of the faculty at The year-round basis for perfecting Comments..on .these, factors" ~~~ ~a.Pitol T~ u P.m.., May 6, at Evergreen State College. structural design and methods for will be accepted ano_maaepart of E~E~il.~t~m lille Unsoe~2ter in Olympia. Tickets, costing $2 for adults several prototype designs of me record and wm oe consmerea m~-- submer~ed structures to be used in determining whether it would mmm..7~1|~vlm_mq~ lamed part~:,~, a member of and $1 for students, went on sale ~' "" of be in the best public interest to m~'lgJ~ InCans whZ and one of two this week at Morningside Gift ~or commercial culture .... imllnm~~ ,u cambed the WestShop, Lynch Paint Store, Yenney seaweed grant a permit Replies to this A ~~ notice should be mailed to reachuome to this Christian Science Lecture Music, South Sound Music Bar Interested partiesare ENTiT and at Morningside (943-0512). Unsoeld's slide show and ~:qu ~st edm ~ t: Uobrmoi~j e ~t i o~n t~hgt tthhe aCrPM :;at tlel fft~;e nnt sin t:~ "Y O U R T H I NBK IwN~GaGO~V ER~LY2 UcRsEBX PE R I E N C E" t People attended Shelton Public to organize a ion. The group produced of the San to show can extend their Travis gave :OUraging public Mrs. Robert Stewart, tt. usti Goldschmid Volunteered to g COmmittee to for the on, serve a's a mmittee, and drive. This the date feting. in serving or 9they action wilt be formed Programs of the contact Dr. 6-1568. 'he PTO School held Saturday dinner served The price is 75 cents for r. Wi!l be held from m the school Will be a by the dinner and e used for ent. Meeting Special of 22, in ng is to FINISHING :30 P.m, April 29 narrative - never before performed in Olympia will carry a double benefit. Half the proceeds will go to Morningside, the sheltered workshop and activity center for Thurston and Mason County retarded persons; the other half will be donated to Pasang Temba of Lukla, Nepal, who was Unsoeld's personal sherpa on the Everest climb. Temba, a widower and father of two children, developed a low-grade eye infection two years after the Everest climb, suffered cornea destruction and now- despite the cornea transplants - is totally blind. Funds donated to Morningside from the Mount Everest lecture and slide showing will be placed in the organization's $75,000 capital building drive, which, if successful, will make Morningside eligible for $175,000 in state and federal matching money. The $250,000 total will be used for construction of a new building on property West of Olympia. adopted in 1944, recognizes acts of heroism performed in ground combat against an armed hostile force. Sgt. Jones earned the award during his last assignment in the Americal Division in Vietnam. He entered the Army in June 1969 and completed basic training at Ft. Sam ltouston, Tex. He also holds the Purple Heart. The sergeant, a 1966 graduate of San Lorenzo-Valley High School, Felton, Calif., received an A. A. Degree in 1968 from Magic Valley Christian College, Albion, Idaho. ttis wife, Janice, lives in Columbus, Ga. The citation which he received along with the Bronze Star said in part - "while serving as a Medical Aidman with Co. B, First Battalion, 20th Infantry, operating in the vicinity of Duc Pho when a well-concealed booby trap was detonated, inflicting several severe casualties. Reacting immediately to the urgency of the situation, Specialist Jones may be limited! Prices good Thursday through Saturday Only 12-OZ. REG. $1.98 NOW TUSSY SALE 7-OZ. REG. $1.50 NOW 2-1/8 OZ. REG. $1.00 NOW ___.........__.-----_.---------'-''-'--------'-''-''--'-'--'-- 2-OZ. REG. $I.00 NOW ......_...'-'---''-'-'--'-'-----------'------'---'''-------------'-" Deodg REGULARLY $1.00 NOW REG. $1.09 Family Size REGULAR OR MINT NOW Open 9:30 to 7:30 weekdays and 9:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday 5th & Franklin 426-3327 comrades until they could extracted from the area." be they may have to the proposed work The decision as to whether consideration. in the United Methodist Church, G & King St., Shelton Thursday, April 29 * 8 p.m. VOLUME 2, NUMBER 4 Shelton i ton APRIL 1971 / - ";T ,,,.: ; Directors of Mason County Federal Credit Union has expressed pleasedsurprise at the qualityand quantity of the applications for the I I T h e B o a r do f scholarship they are April 30, 1971. (6538) offering. April 16th was In considering the I the last day for qualification of the i s u b m i s s i o n o f various applicants, the applications, and Selection Committee references/recommend- have a formidable task ations must be in by facing them. If you're confused about which new car to buy, that's understandable. There are so many to choose from, and each has something to offer. However, you certainly shouldn't be confused about the best place to finance that new car. Financing is now available through the Mason County Federal Credit Union at 5/6% per month - 10% per year, in most cases. (6775) This rate includes loan protection (credit life) insurance. So, shop around. When you've found the car that's right for you, and are ready to deal, bring in a purchase order and we'll put you in your new car as soon as possible. 000,~1~00000OO OOOOO Regardless of the way the weather may have been at the beginning of '71, its almost time for outdoor recreation. To really enjoy the outdoors, you need to be prepared to take advantage of it at what sometimes seems to be a moments notice. Whether you're looking for a row-boat or a pleasure craft, a new tent or a travel trailer, a motorcycle or a 4WD vehicle, or just the money needed to take a well-earned vacation, your credit Union can help. (5577) See Us, at Mason County Federal Credit Union, and be ready when the weather's right. I We had three numbers hidden in the March publication of the "Compass" and two of these were claimed. Either more of the members are learning their numbers, or more of them are reading our news letter in the Journal. George Quimby, chemist at ITT-Rayonier and long-time Credit Union member, spotted his number first thing, as did Roy Getty, a retired Rayonier employee, who is still mighty sharp-eyed at 72. Lester Adams, a Quilcene logger, failed to find his number. What's your number? - If you find your Credit Union account number hidden in this publication - call us - we will credit your account with $5.00. Thursday, April 22, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 13