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May 13, 1971

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Capital Restaurant has he $46 billion nationwide improve courtesy in restaurants and establishments. OWner of the that the theme of to brighten the 1 ease tensions is "But most important," Mrs. Long emphasized, "is the sincere effort each of us extends in showing our interest in and concern for making the occasion of eating out a truly happy experience." The courtesy drive is sponsored by the National Restaurant Association in cooperation with state and local foodservicc and lodging associations and groups and Mrs. Long others concerned with improving to redouble hospitality in the LI S. s to be especially .'t customers JIM PAULEY SALESMEN ltere!" TO BE GIVEN AWARDS it with warm, Allan Einarsson and Bill A. Hopefully, theJohnson of Jim Pauley Inc., and other Shelton, will be honored for their groups inour outstanding sales performance in take up the 1970 at a banquet May 15. The f::ord salesmen will get ltal Restaurant will their 300-500 Club menlbcrship tesy theme inpins during the banquet at the Glad You're Olympic tlotel in Seattle. buttons, tentThe 300-500 Club was Other types of nlaterials, founded 21 years ago to recognize the pertormance of outstanding Ford salesmen throughout the country. About 11,000 of Ford's l~lllll~"n" 27,000 s alesm en from IC coast-to-coast became members in the club in 1970. for inoculation Will. be held May to 5 P.m. at the SERVICEMASTER IS INTRODUCED TO COUNTY AI Furnish has begun servicing Mason County honles under the name of ServiceMaster of Mason (Munty. The new finn cleans carpets, walls, floors, furniture and will Is Part of a clean the complete inside of a n to see thal client's home. All work is done by 's protection l:urnish who brings his equipnlent at a high in a company truck. Sponsor is llealth with Veterinary ind the State Too Late to Classify 4- tt CI u b -~--'--------------------------------- With the clinic. WANTED -- AUTO mechanic, Lhe South Pugetgood pay plus bonus. Day work. ry organizationM u s t h a v e h a n d t o o I s. Pets. A fee of Shaub-E~llison, Front and Grove, animal will be Shelton. 5/I3 the costs of GATEWAY APARTMENTS, and tags. furnished, modern, downtown. Water and heat furnished. Adults. local health 426-4895 or 426-4481. 218 every two North First. GS/13tfn SentiaL to ,deadly F.O U ND -- BLACK square foxes, rimmed glasses, Island Lake Area. bats and OtherCall after 4 p.m. 426-2045. T5/13 73 animals state public have been was a dog )u fist visiting skunk was JET PUMP and pressure tank. Guitar. Chain saw. Golf Clubs and cart. Hideabed. Incubator. Electric fence charger. 426-6618. D5/13 FROST FREE refrigerator, love seat, table and 4 chairs and table lamp. City Center Motel. and the rest 426-3397. C5/13 tha 1 sslnfection 14' CORVETTE trailer. See at , is always Jess's Service. Ready to go. 426-2614 or 426-4270. S5/13tfn 8' x 45' MOBILE home. See at the Pines. Furnished. Electric rl~Ul~ baseboard heat 426-2614 or ffI~ 426-4270. S5/13tfn U ~ 1968 TOYOTA Corona, 4 door, automatic, bucket seats, $1095.00. Phone 426-1027. e Which is S5/13 ;ed Shelton a Public m. May 14 music for ion can be L26-1203 or RIDING LESSONS, English, western, jumping, indoor and outdoor arenas. Saturdays and week nights. 426-3897 evenings. s5/13 GARAGE SALE! Shelton Jaycees. Saturday, May 15 at 1619 Monroe St., 1619 Monroe. SJ 5/13 WITH OF 4 GALLONS ONLY! Pi Hwy. S. 426-4522 ary nlg iscusses pecial Fire Reported By Resources At the regular Board meeting of Mary M. Knight School Monday, the community was informed by Marvin Schafer, Superintendent,of the serious financial crisis facing the District. The bald fact is, that without passage of another levy before the beginning of the new fiscal year July 1, Mary M. Knight cannot operate next year, Schafer said. The Board proposed a $48,000 (approximately 8 mill) levy to be voted June 29, which would enable the School District to get the needed budget this year, the levy amount should extension and come out at thedrop if there is careful end of next year with all management, Schafer said. indebtedness paid. It will cost the taxpayers of If the levy should not pass the the community far more to be District would, in all probability, consolidated into other districts be split three ways among than it will to retain their own Shelton, Ehna and Montesano. school. The bonded indebtedness The mill levy. even with the on the building is low: in another passage of the proposed one on district this would be a major June 29, will leave Mary M. item. In effect, the contribution Knight far below the levy average to another district would greatly throughout the state. Making up increase the cost to the taxpayer. the full amount of the deficit in May 17, there will be a one year would mean that after continuation of tile discussion at an open Board meeting to which an active sports program - they Two fires along railroad tracks all members of the colnmunitywould be ineligible the first year, were reported by the Department are welcome to come to find for and transportation would makeof Natural Resources Tuesday, themselves just how the levy after-school and evening practice One fire burned one fourth acre passage, or its failure, will affect all but impossible and the and the other one tenth acre. each of them. At that time, facts comnmnity would lose the lastSimpson Timber Co. had two and figures will be available on vestige of local determination locomotives and 20 men handling exact costs involved in a because their numbers are not thefires. consolidated operation, great enough to influence the Aerial observation of all Other factors than financial direction of policy in the smoke has started on a regular are the distance for busing young consolidated areas, basis. There are three flight children is entirely too far, and patterns which are flown. The tile day far too long. Mary M. MODERN POLITICS is, at number of flights is determined Knight students would have very bottom, a struggle not of men hut according to the fire danger little opportunity to participate in of forces. Henry Brooks Adamsweather. \ First Bank's first statement (we named to have your monthly loan payments--and it the FirstLine Combined Monthly your remaining loan balance--reported on Statement) surprised our customers with the new and improved monthly FirstLine a single, handy summary of all their savings, statement. {Along with all the other checking and charge card transactions, banking information we've always reported Well, get ready.., we're going to surprise to help you manage your personal and you again. Right here and now, with family finances better.) two improvements that make FirstLine Next: if you have a FirstLine account, the most complete banking account now you can tell us to deduct auto loan, in America. home improvement loan, or installment loan First, if you're a FirstLine customer and payments, directly from your checking ac- also have a First Bank loan, you may elect count. We 11 do it each month,automatically. And we'll automatically report the deduction on your new (and better) FirstLine banking account statement. No ordinary bank account offers service as complete as FirstLine. Yet, we're going to keep changing FirstLine and the FirstLine statement. Just as often as we can add new ways to make your banking--and your Iife--a little simpler. If you don't yet have a FirstLine account, make a statement to that effect at any of our 142 branches. SEATTLE'FIRST NATIONAL BANff MEMBER FOlC FlrstLine. One account to make things a lll:le simpler. Thursday, May 13, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5