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April 29, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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GAINS ating gains ly higher quarter in 1970, this week by and Loan. gains in savings, and assets were ~Y H. T. Wolfe, include which Savings at on a pro forma the 1971 ;3,792,500 in the Loans made in this $1,856,000 in ;ts gained )71 quarter, ,000 in the Force Major Bob F. sfMr. and Mrs. B. ~;...nOodsport, has 'sunguished F1 in i traordin . Utheast Asia.-": istinguished Phantom threatening an unescorted DL's CORNER The spring edition of the Journal's Care for your Car supplement is contained in this week's edition... In it you'll find many specials from local merchants in addition to articles pertaining to safe driving and caring for your car. After all, caring for your car is safe driving... The other sections of the paper also reveal many specials and activities going on in Shelton and Mason County. Just a few of them are... At MILLER'S you'll find a huge (and we do mean huge) 3-Day Sale that is the culmination of the anniversary sale. Manager Ron Etledge has lots of goodies at spectacularly low prices, so don't miss 'em... For Mother's Day you'll find a great selection of chairs at B & R SALES. Manager Jerry and Sharon Watilo will be glad to show you the different types and styles, all at a special price reduction... Kirk Criner, manager of Mason The 133d Army Band will present a concert in the North Mason High School gymnasium at 2 p.m. May 2. A former Belfair man, First Sergeant Ted Wing, will appear with the group as band Leader. The Bandmaster is Chief Warrant Officer Allan E. (Gene) Aitken. The free concert program, Too Late to Classify FOR RENT modern 3 bedroom house, fireplace 2-car carport, carpeted, no pets. Phone 426-4428. J4/29tfn 65 FORD 1/2 ton ~ickup, 6 cyl. call after 5:00 p.m. 426-8746. B4/29-5/6 WANT BARNYARD fertilizer- Will haul. Phone 426-3738. K4/29 NEED COOK from 2-10 p.m. Grove Cafe, Hoodsport. No phone calls, apply in person. Older person preferred. G4/29 y At open to the public, is offered as a public service by the band, a unit of the Washington Army National Guard. Its members provide music for many civilian and official military functions throughout the state. Performances include dances, concerts, receptions, and musical shows. Sunday's concert will consist of concert band music, marches, and a large section of modern jazz-rock stage band sound, of the "Ides of March" or "Blood, Sweat and Tears" type. There is also a male chorus. Of special advantage to music students will be a clinic conducted by band members following the concert. Members include music instructors, professional musicians, and symphony performers. High school and college music students are especially welcome to take advantage of this opportunity. Democrats Plan For Activities Mason County Democrats are on the move as they plan activities this week. May 1, there will be a dance held at the County Fair Grounds. Everyone is' welcome to dance to the tune of Walt Allen's Western Band. Next Thursday the Central Committee will meet in the Court House and make plans for a dinner to be held 7 p.m. May 8, in the Memorial Hall. A special invitation is out to all young people who are interested in forming a Young Democrat Club in the County. Special guest speaker at the dinner will be State Sen. Gordon Wallgren. He will give a run-down of the 1971 Washington State Legislative Session. The public is again welcome and there will be a question and answer period. 16FT. SCOTSMAN trailer, just painted, good condition, $495.00. 426-4595 or see at 430 Dearborn. D4/29 Being Soug VFW Opposing Court Ma Expressing "deep shock" at the conviction of Lt. William Calley, Commander-in-Chief H. R. Rainwater of the Veterans of Foreign Wars has announced a national campaign on behalf of the young officer. Calley was found guilty of premeditated murder in the death of civilians at My Lai in Vietnam by a court martial at Fort Benning, Ga., and sentenced to life imprisonment. Rainwater said the V.F.W. had tried to post bail for Calley, pending his appeal, but learned military law has no provision for bond. "This is utterly ridiculous when you consider that Cassius Clay thumbed his nose at our country and is still free to make millions of dollars through legal maneuvering and the hesitancy of the U. S. Supreme Court to rule on his appeal," Rainwater said. At the request of the V.F.W., Rainwater said, Rep. John P. Saylor (Pa.) has agreed to introduce two bills in the House to help Calley, one requiring the armed forces to adopt a bail system and another to make the federal government pay the legal fees for the men charged in the My Lai action. Rainwater said Calley could remain in the army stockade for as long as two years before his appeals have been finally disposed of. The V.F.W. leader said the Calley conviction was an attempt by the military to wash away Vietnam "in the minds of the American people and wipe the slate clean." Those who might be weighing the pros and cons of military service now have one more reason for not serving," he continued, "Certainly they must think it is much safer to risk a prison sentence as a draft dodger than to face the hangman's noose for obeying military orders." This statement was concurred by the Mason County Post 1694 V.F.W. Commander Sam Magruder. A SHIP is always referred to as "she" because it costs so much to keep one in paint and powder. Chester Nimitz MILLER'S SHOE DEPT., has a TOP OF the hill, three bedrooms, AT CAPITAL SAVINGS fantastic array of ladies canvas 11/2 baths, TV room, fireplace, Entrants for the annual to participate. casuals. They're in the storecarport, patio. Potential view. Angeles Arts and Crafts FrairThey may participate in 426-8049 after twelve noon. June 5 and 6 on the grounds of either, or both, of the following because of a special purchase for H4/29-5/20 Peninsula Community College, categories: EQUALS the spring season, so now s the ~~ time to buy... CANA L CABIN -- large lot, Port Angeles, are being sought. 1. Enter paintings or sculpture fireplace, water, septic tank, 50 ft Artists and craftsmen from m the "Juried General Painting The famous 17c Sale is on for canal access. $6500 cash. Maple Western Washington and those on and Sculpture Exhibit. this weekend at SPROUSE- Va I l ey La n d andHomes. Vancouver Island B.D. are eligible ~ 2. Come in person and work REITZ. Manager Bob Bottemiller 426-1203.4/29 the two days of the art fair as a has lots of specials on the shelves Card of Thanks ,~-~-~----_-_-_--------_--_--_-_-_-_-~.,~. ' ' D e m o n s trating Artist or just waiting for you to come in I would like to express my Craftsman". deep in and choose.., sincerest appreciation to Dr.'s Legal Publications The Juried Exhibit will have a ;Uccessfully Clint Herring,on, manager of John Donnell, and Stanley p , . Covert, and to the staff of Mason ------------------------- prominent state artrtist as the COverage ENNEY S, says this store is the General Hospital for the kindness NOTI judge, and will offer cash awards. CE OF EXAMINATION * 4-year way to Mother's Day. And he and concern shown me during my The Cuvnl o mn Those interested in this category at Tan may be right, with all the E.O.M. recent hospitalization. " " Service C m ssion . . . * $5,ooo.oo of the ........... should write Immediately and ask * When compounded Daily , during Clearance goodies on tap for this Mrs. Mary A. Servidio ~.. ~y or bnelton w i nouo ........... honored at weekend. Clint says, Value. It still 325 South Third 4/29 examinations for the position of [or Jurlea tJeneraJ tainting ann Where he now means something at PENNEY'S.. Patrolman at 7:00 p.m., May 12, Sculpture Exhibit Rules, which ~~ 1971, at the City Hall. will contain information on when rations officer SMITH S TAVERN, is ONE ACRE, one mile from town Applicants for Patrolman tnd~livarnaintina~ pt~ Tactical Aircelebrating a grand opening this four bedrooms, full basement 11/~ must be between the age of 22 "~ "~'~..... v ....... ~", .... FSLIC INSURi;,NCF ~ o ~1 weekend, with a special baths, den, sewing room, many and 31 with no experience, to36 Theaddress for allis: Angeles ~ INCREASED [ "~1~'l~14DdPIh1 ~lltAt.h~ IP_~ built-ins, garage or shop. Newly with prior experience; heightArts in Action Box 176, Port ~ro$2o,ooo.o0 V tVlLdLLRI L aeronautical celebration Friday and Saturday. remodeled, painted and carpeted. 5'10" minimum with weight in Angeles Washington 9~362 ~ ~. =/., ,i,d gator. The tavern, which has been in$5,000 down. 426-8527. proportion ................. ~~ ,q,,t,,-~ ---~c.,,~,,,~ t~,ttaoe, Oz~ ate of Walla operation for approximately 50 K4/29-5/20 ,Applications available at Vlajor Williams years, has just been completely ~ police office or office of City D.~. u~. ~w,-et" it is a drut, s.E o. ,-i.., SELL OR trade large antique Clerk and must be retur ed no ......... s ~='~ S.Et,ON VANCOu~/|= g" degree in remodeled and features a dance buffet, nearly 100 yrs. old, fancy later than May 10. 1971. me aeszre for wmcn Increase AJ|R01F(N . OLYMPIA ,,.,tZltDttt l Washington floor, new bar, and new top section with leaded, beveled 4/29-5/6-2twith a habit.Bertrand Russell "-- ' -- ~ "~O-,~-.~" 1956 and wasfixtures.., glass doors, center mirror, see to MONI[iANO N*,eOlh, TUMWAT|I ; through the Looking for a gift for'Mother? appreciate $250.00 or consider this antique as partorgantradeor camper,fr late ~ ~~ll "" -- raining CorpsT h e n t a k e a 1 o o k a tpiano, electric ~'_'~;~'~'o e EVERGREEN DRUG CENTER. will assume difference. Also have e o o,, . - __ - w -~n Patricia, is the Owner Ken Chapman tries to Simmons hid-a-bed $75, small and Mrs. H.E. think of every idea that may swing rocker $15; double drawer .... come to mind when looking for chesL $28, twin mattress $10, stainless st'eel sink in large metal ~ PI OIII -REITZ . , ,, that special gift. Stop in and cabinet,:;$40, late Westinghouse ..... -- Ing be mighty pleased you did.. "canopypiCture $45,5,xs,,Well-built2 ft. highPlywood$20. ,=~ ! this weekend is DEER CREEK GROCERY. The former building ANTIQUE PIANO -- excellent real Technical burnt down several months ago, condition. Rt. 10 (West Railroad) a dedicationand the facility on the Bayshore Box 11 across railroad track by ) ay 4 and 5, Road that has taken its place is gravel pit to right. N4/29 rn. each day something to be proud of... Card of Thanks ' President of Ray Warren, owner of May we extend to our many friends ancI neighbors and District No.BECKWITH'S JEWELRY, has especially to the staff of Mason many items on the shelves that General Hospital and to Dr. invitation towill please Mother on her day. Be Schumacher our deep thanks for and tour the sure you let Ray show you gift the flowers and sympathies given ,0 ac. , at woman u. 0r,n t.e ,o,, o, e0 '0 P ;ore the Mr. & Mrs. Jim Ritzschke : Plastic Tableware Br sket Wicker o miles in your life... DL & family R g................... NOW 17 Pie on Mr. & Mrs. Preston Ackley 4/29 12-place setting, knife, forks, !~1 spoons. Reg. 39c ............... NOW I/) . Oven Mitt . - Icing Set Reg. 39c .................. Now 17 . Regularly 29c .................. Now 17 e Will be Pot Holder Terry . rounds act as SHOE DEPT. For Spring Values To $6.00 NOW ONLY Sandals, Ties & Slip-ons in most colors. Machine washable and very soothing for YOur feet. and a slide Metal Dust Pan Reg. 33C . .~ ................... NOW 17 Bridge Cards Reg. ..................... NOW 17 Pinochle Cards Reg. ..................... NOW 17 Soup Bowl p,a,t,c Reg. 29c each .............. NOW 2/17 Plastic Mugs Reg. 29c each .............. NOW 2/17 Plastic Tumblers Reg. 19c each .............. NOW 2/17 Coin Purses Assorted Reg. 29c ....................... NOW 17 Tease Brush Folding Reg. 29c ...................... NOW 17 Reg. 39c ..................NOW 17 Nylon Combs Jumbo Marker Reg 15c each ............ NOW 3/17 Reg. 29c .................... : NOW 17 Nyl0n Scarf Jumbo Sponge Reg. 39c ..................... NOW 17 Reg. 29c ... .... "'i ........Now 17 Handkerch,efs Boy s White Reg. 15C each ............NOW 2/17 Key Case Leather Reg 29c ................... NOW 17 Address Book Reg. 29c .................. NOW 17 Bawl Brush Reg. 39C .................. NOW 17 Wash Cloths Reg. 15c each ............ NOW 2/17 Baby Pants Plastic Reg. 19c each ............ NOW 2/17 Dish Cloths Reg. 15ceach ............ NOW 2/17' Coffee Mug Reg. 29c ................... NOW 17 Glass Tumblers l xl.oz. Reg. 15c each ............. NOW 2/17 Beach Ball 20-in. Reg. 39C .................... NOW 17 Friction Cars Assorted Reg. 29c ................ NOW 17 Gift Wrap Reg. 15c each ............. NOW 2/17 Coloring Books Reg. 29C .................... NOW 17 EVERGREEN SQUARE 350 STORES THROUGHOUT TEN WESTERN STATES SHELTON 000000 000 tmg goals and FROM IT SELF? Yes, this is the international distress call, but, not here at Mell Chevrolet-Oldsmobile. In fact, this is YOUR call and invitation to our on May Day, Saturday, and also on Friday the day before. So, come on in for free coffee and doughnuts, And VALUES LIKE YOU HAVEN'T SEEN BEFORE CHEVYS '70 Impala Coupe '70 Z28 Camaro '69 Caprice Sedan. Air '67 Bel Air Wagon '64 Malibu Sport Coupe '63 Impala SS Coupe OLDS '70 "98" Luxury Sedan. Air '70 Delta Royale Hol. Cpe. ' 9 " 69 8 Luxury Sedan '68 "98" Holiday Coupe '67 Vista Cruiser - 6-Pass. '56 "88" 4-Door Sedan FORDS '70 Maverick *69 Torino Sport Coupe '68 Ealcon 2-Door Coupe '67 Mustang '67 Comet Villager Wagon '65 Falcon 4-Door Sedan '65 Mustang '65 Falcon 2-Door Coupe OTHERS '69 Ambassador 4-Dr.. Air '67 VW Squareback Wagon '64 Pontiac GTO '64 Buick Skylark 4-Door '64 American 4-Door '61 Dodge 4-Door '57 Plymouth 4-Door TRUCKS ~0 Chevy ~A ton 4-Speed '68 Chevy ~k ton Custom Camper Ford FIO0 3-Speed '67 Ranchero Ford FI00 6 cyl. 3-Speed '65 International Travelall '64 Ford F700 Crew Bus 5-Spee '63 Ford F700 Crew Bus 4-Spee~ '56 GMC V= ton '56 Studebaker ]k ton 3-Speed R-V's 9 and i I ft. Security Campers- New Security Pickup Cabs- -New 12 ft. Self-contained Camper with air in cab and camper- Chassis mounted on '63 Ford F250. 14 ft. Chinook Self-contained Camper with automatic washer- chassis mounted on '63 Ford F350 EXCLUSIVE FREE LIFETIME WARRANTY ON ALL NEW CARS AND PICKUPS! "Since 1927" let and Grove AWARD WINNING SERVICE DEPT. Mon. thru Sat. RENTAL & LEASE CARS MIC INSURANCE Thursday, April 29, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5