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May 6, 1971

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i: ! AMONG THE ROBINETTES who brought home trophies are, left to right, Traci Hanson, Susan Durand, Karen Sushak and Deann Joslin. Robin Sponsor Competition The first annual United States Twirling Association Cherry Blossom Twirling Competition was sponsored by the Mason County Robinettes and directed by Robinette instructor Kathy Chadora in Olympia on April 17. One of the largest contests ever held in the Northwest, approximately 650 persons attended and there were more than 250 entries. Local awards for group events went to the Robinettes who won second place in Corps Competition with 18 girls participating; the senior Dance Team with 15 girls, winning second place; the junior small team composed of Vicki White, Karen Sushak, Julie Hicks, Tish Richerts, Kim Joslin and Deann Joslin, placing first; the senior small team with Terrie Moran, Dawn Rhodes, Shelli Thomason and Kristi Manke, who received a participation trophy. Awards in the ten-year-old group were taken by Tracy Hanson, second in solo twirl; Vicki White, fifth in solo twirl; and Laurie Byrd, third in solo twirl, basic strut and military strut. Winning 11 year olds were Deann Joslin, first in basic and military strut, and Karen Sushak, second in basic strut. Twelve year old winners were Kim Joslin in fifth place for solo twirl and second place for basic strut, and Shelli Thomason, fourth place in military strut. Placing with the 13-year-Bids were Kristi Manke, second in solo twirl and third in basic strut, and Terrie Moran and Shelli Thomason, first place in duet strut. Miss Cherry Blossom was chosen in four separate age groups with Mason County represented by Jack Swanson, Dave McNair, Bob Rains and Mrs. Betty McClanahan as judges. Contractors who perform work in navigable waters without first assuring that the work has been authorized by an Army Corps of Engineers permit may find themselves alongside the By MORLEY KRAMER An exhibit of 40 prints from wood engravings done by the famed American artist Winslow itomer (1836-1910) is now being held at the Shelton Public Library. The exhibit may be viewed by the public during the Local Heart Drive Workers Awarded Three Mason County residents will receive five-year service medallions at the Annual Assembly of Washington State Heart Association May 7 in Seattle. These went to Russell E. Stuck and Mrs. Stanley J. Sushak, Heart Fund volunteers of Shelton, and Mrs. Fred O. McDowell, memorial chairman from Potlatch. David Thacher of Shelton will be this county's official delegate to the meeting. Some 200 Heart volunteers will hear Dr. Stuart Bondurant, vice president of the American Heart Association, discuss "A Strategy for the Elimination of Heart Disease." property owner in Federal Court facing prosecution. This warning came from the Seattle District, Army Corps of Engineers today. The Corps has become concerned about the Headquarters Library's regular hours, noon to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, from May I through May 29. The collection is on a two-year tour of public libraries of Washington, sponsored by the State Library and the State Capitol Museum, with technical assistance from the State Arts Commission. Homer is best known for his paintings in oils and water colors, but his career as a wood block designer occupied 18 years of his life. His engravings were for illustrations in popular magazines of his day, and depict various phases of mid-I 9th century life in America with realism and humor. The black and white prints in the exhibit represent the full range of the artist's work as an engraver and reveal the gradual development of his technique, from that of the amateur to the polished professional. Of the 225 of Homer's wood engravings known to exist, 175 are now owned by the State Capitol Museum in Olympia, and prints from 40 of these were selected for the state tour. i Watches * Poly-Optics Viking Glass * Rings Jewelry .* Leather Goods tJ/Jin 426-3283 Page 14 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, May 6, 1971 Has ermi increasing number of instances Rep. Julia Butler Hansen where "after-the-fact" permits are (D-Wash.) has introduced a bill b e i n g r e q u e s t e d f o r allowing citizens to inspect and recently-constructed works in revise records kept on their navigable waters. The 1899 River and Harbor Act prohibits any c ortst r uctt~n in the navigable waters 6r the United States without a Department of the Army permit. "Since almost all of the work in navigable waters is done by contractors, it is the contractors who, either knowingly or unknowingly, actually perform the work in violation of the law," a Corps spokesman said. The Corps' Seattle District office has sent letters to all contractors known to do waterfront-type construction work requesting that they check for a valid Army permit before starting work waterward of the mean high water line in navigable waters and that the work is done in accordance with the terms of the permit. As a means of enforcing the permit program, the Corps of Engineers intends to proceed against all persons or companies, both property owners and contractors, who violate the provisions of the law in the future. If necessary, the Corps will recommend prosecution under Section 12 of the River and Harbor Act of 1899. private lives by federal agencies. "I think the time has come to place limits on the power of federal agencies to pry into an individual's privacy," Mrs. Hansen said. Mrs. Hansen's bill would: - notify individuals that records are being kept on him and notify him of transfers of information; - permit disclosure of information from such records only with the individual's consent or when required legally; - keep records of all who inspect records about a person's li fe; - and permit the individual to inspect the records, make copies of them, and supplement them when needed. Exception to the bill provisions, Mrs. Hansen said, would be made in cases of national security and for investigations for criminal prosecution. Recent hearings conducted by the Senate have disclosed that the government keeps dossiers on the .private lives of many citizens, and many members of Congress have voiced opposition to the practice. NO LIMIT NO RESERVE VBI. Sale ky Order of Owners Retiring from Business Complete Sellout II THURSDAY 10:00 A.M. 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