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May 2, 1963

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PAGE 4 SHELTON-MASON COUNTY JOURNAL, INC.. Publishers Founded 1886 by Grant C. Angle Mailing Address: Box 446, Shelton Phone 426-4412 Published at Shelton, Mason County, Washington, every Thursday. Entered as Second-Class Matter at the Postoffice, Shelton, Washington SUBSCRIPTION RATES--S4.50 per year in Mason County, in advance: Outside Mason County, $5.00 Member of National Editorial Association Member of Washington Newspaper Publishers&apos; Association COPY DEADLINES RURAL CORRESPONDENCE AND NOTICES Monday 10 a.m. D/SPLAY ADVERTISING -- Tuesday noon SOCIETY NEWS Tuesday noon PICTURES AND NEWS  Tuesday 5 p.m. WANT ADS -: Wednesday 10 a.m. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER --- William M. Dickie PLANT SUPERINTENDENT -- Jim Shrum OFFICE MANAGER Lodema Johnson NEWS EDITOR --- Alan Ford SOCIETY EDITOR Marj Waters OFFICE ASSISTANT -- lCfary Kent ADVERTISING MANAGER --- Barbara Nelson y PRINTERS - Russ Stuck. Dave Thacher, Asa Peaison. Jerry Stiller. Rill Peele. Charles Sehwarz. PROPER RECOGNITION OF T ALEHT Congratulations are certainly in order to Gary Nicloy and the 52 members of the Irene S. Reed high school band. They have attained the pinnacle of excellence by earning the "Superior" rating by which musical performance is des- ignated, which fn itself is not new to bands Nicloy has di- rected in past years at Shelton, but it is a "first" from the standpoint that all the judges were unanimous in their be- lief that the Shelton band deserved the "Superior" rating. Musicians, like athletes, must "condition" them- selves rigorously throgh long hours of practice and sacrifice of time which might be used for more easily attainable pleasures. It is wellthat talents of this kind are given recognition along with those of the athlete. In the same vein. tonight's banquet honoring senior students who have maintained B or better grade averages during their high school careers is another laudable recog- nition of talent. Certainly talent of the mind deserves no less than equal recognition with talent of the muscle. LUMBER IS A 'SACRIFICIAL LAMB' Canada's continuing inroads on the American green lumber mkrket on the East Coast once more show up in bold outline in statistics for the first quarter of 1963. At the rate the Canadians are gaining at the expense of American lumber producers., mostly Northwest U.S. pro- ducers, the East Coast market soon will be gone entirely unless Congress wakes up to the situation and acts to rectify it. The swiftness of Canadio gains is just as alarm- ng as the vohtme: The star tazt:tcs show that a t,'iC[ three years ago, 1960,'Canaiian lumber was sup- plying 45% of the East Coast grcen lumber market. In 1961 the volume had grown to 57%, last year it was up to 62'z. And there is no slackening. Not only no s,lackening but a disheartening quickening of the pace. For the first quar- 'ter of 1963 Canadian lumber constituted 72 of the East Coast market. United States producers, unable to use the low-rate foreign carriers by which Canadians ship their lumber to the East Coast, cannot compete on an equal basi under these circumstances, Shipping rates are the key to the problem, apparently. Given equality on the shipping front, American lumber is able to stand up and be counted in the lumber yards of the Atlantic seaboard, as has been proven by the Puerto Rico situation in the instances in which the Simpson Timber Company has bid successfully for orders. Congress cannot claim ignorance of the problem, for it has been forcefully brought to Congressional attention. It is simply time, long past, that Congress endcd the "sacrificial lamb" category in which it has placed the Northwest lumber industry. SITELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--- Published in "Christmas,own, U.Z.A.", St]el,on, Wasmngton BRUCE DEFFINBAUGH . . . circles Spencer Lake ... on new bike now JOE GIDDINGS . . . Island Lake youth is on th go " ERIC STROUD ..... Bayshore lad attains his goal JERRY SMITH . . . Hoodsport boy has wheels un- der his freckles now I HUMAN SWITCHBoARDBill i Brickert was one of the busiest 1 bodies on Loop Field Saturday I night during Shelton's 3rd an- I nual invitational track meetl. Hand!ing a.walkie-talkie in one hand on which he received infor- mation from other parts of the field, he passed it along through the public address system micro- phone he held in the other hand. Brickert has coached Shelton junior high .track and football for nine years and currently his track squad is working on a string of 25 consecutive dual- triangular meet victories. BOBBY WOODS . . . Hillcrest youth gets around on his new bicycle does not ans-, during Saturday!s capacity as events;- : r .i 2 p 4 see nothing" that  track meet in [1is invitational details of handling the !. wet L-Jn Ausfen BOB OKONEK . . . Grapeview passes under his wheels these days I I STRATEGISTBob Sund, Shel- host coach and meet planner. .... - ......................... I ton Highclimber track and foot- Here the Journal cameraman A mind lively and a' ease can ball coach, probably did more caught him in conference with. do with eeing nothing, and can running than any of the athletes visiting coaches , talking ' over relay Oily Glean.Up Week Is Next Week The city of Shelton is sponsoring City trucks will pick up trash its mmua! clean-up week May 6- 10. The activity is held annually shortly before the Forest Festival to give the city a "face lifting" before the festival. Too Late To Classify (ARD OI  APPRI ? . ; . '  'CiATION T] (< klnclnt s a13o  n , ' .... .' Pathy of neigh- bor,q and friends in our recent Sol'ro. will always remain with us as a preei- (.us memory. Our sincere thanks and gratitude for all t lt se eotllforting acts. The Family of Cecil Patterson. ................. ('XilB- iV-!ii-:&NKg I wish to t!mnk the Hospital Staff and Dr. L ng etter for their kindness t() till! dill'inK lny }]llsbaad's illness [tll(l ])assing, Mrs. Cecil Pattr}rs,m. )usT iJisTI-D: Exti:a lai@e-fa:[i iuml( w t ] 1) x30' 1 " -  - , , Vlng" rooln 3 ]ug })chl. nl, lull b " ' "  "  ' i ". aserm,nt ]lttly' kltth: n w th lqrge, (fine';ue. ' Neat, cieltl an(] easy to care for. Just $9,50l).--CalI Vin ,e I-Iitn " -m at Mann Real Estate. 426-6592. 5/2 F()H. SA LELPure bi'ed-B0x{i:- Iu})sl 5 weeks .ld. Ptmne 426-3178. See at 1620 ()lvl c Hwy. North, 5/2-9 "ffig,;ST()(?K " i;o{{]{i/'- inl - doKi.-- " Kii- kJnd. Lig'hl hauling jobs, Phono 425-8343, ........... : G 5/2-30 WEANII and Feede]. /)gs--Wii lfh: {' fit'' btlll ( I ' " st"te:' : :  ' " [: " .Ll ealvo.S. phone ,t26-8843. G 5/2-9 A fool sees not the same tree that a wise man sees.--William lglake at homes on request. There will be no pick-ups unless requested. Requests can be phoned to city hall, 426-4491. The trash must be piled either on the parking strip on at the edge of the alley for collection by the city vehicles. Crews from the street depart- ment will make the pick-ups. Legal Publications NO. 3454 NOTICE TO CREDITOR, IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OlP MASON. (IN PROIATE) In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN C. KOI-IL. Deceased. Notiee is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Executors of the es- tate of John C. Kohl, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby reqtlired to serve the same duly verified, on said Ex- eeulors or their attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the sam will be barred. Dato of first publie, ati,m May 2, 19611. ISOBEL LEWIS KOHL AND KENNETH K. KOHL, Executors of said Estate. 4310 S. W. Oregon Seattle 16, Wash. CALVIN C. CLAIRK, Attorney for Estate, YOU: supply the children and Dean will have fun -- and so . . are the Mother's Day gifts you receive the FIT, DON'T FLATTER, or simply DON'T year, why not give your children a gentle hint dream that you really want good portraits of tBe children. First sitting is still only $10.00. phone appointment and learn about more savings 2 FOR 1 SALE. MOTHER  this year, be s0re Day gift FITS you to a 'T'. FLATTERS your most 4310 S, ,V. Oregon : ..... Seattle 16. Wa,h. , ........... ilhd MATTERS:!rrlO 're