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lnningest history, tennis team end record for the :led a 5-0 ennls in number one singles. Okano beat Dan Davidson 6-2, 6-1. Robinson went three sets with Dave Gimenez but won 6-1, 4-6, 6-2. Okano and Robinson played one pro set with Stewart and Davidson and lost 2-8 in first earn tourney. Jim Robinson and JeffOkano, the fourth seeded doubles team were upset in the quarterfinals. Jerry Johnsen, another singles player, was beaten by the number four seeded man and was about out of further action. Bureau How many people are supplementing their regular pay check with a second job? John E. Tharaldson, Director of the Bureau of the Census regional office in Seattle, announced today that information on the subject will be collected during the week of May 17 from a number of households in this Bureau for the U. S. Department of Labor Results of this nlonthty survey provide a continuing measure of economic conditions in the country. The March survey found that unemployment, on a seasonally adjusted basis, had edged up to 6.0 per cent from 5.8 per cent in February, and that ter doubles. Kimmerly and Kamin Jim Kimmerly and Dave area. The questions are in this increase was largely among 16 Valley beat Gimenez and Boyd Bender in Kamin, the Climbers' number one addition to the usual ones asked to 24 year-olds, many of whom second doubles 6-3, 6-0. doubles team were unseeded in in the monthly survey on were entering the labor force for in the At this writinosubdistrictthe tournament k .......... ~.,. i m nt and une the first time Total em 1o n e With %, ..... b, . u~,t u~J~cL utc emp oy e mployment . ' ~ p y 1 nt a . , competition was not yet number two placed duo to earn a conducted nationwide by the remained basically unchanged at r completed, but the Climbers were trip to district. 78.5 million. 'stn.el .Don doing well. Bob Quimby has Shelton's coach eno in his Jelt'~-s'~-gles in qualified fr district bY advancing secnd year f success i~ ~1Hg O PP" [ 1 . kano to the semifinals. The senior was His troops own a 23-4 two-year d n secondthe third seeded player at the record. nettick singles 6-3, -.hen. Nolan Smoking Endangers Babies 'l~-rontSmgles More men than women are cigarette smokers. .... , I ~ ~ I 6-4, heeding the warnings against S. eys made in the state of .... ' I /'4Vim "l= lml I and b cigarette smoking, according to Washmgton and in Great Britain HOUSE CHAMPIONS of the recent BPA tournament were the Timber Bowl| '~'~l'A~l 11 !~I I :o Win ave. the Washington State Heartboth showed that mothers who Yravelettes; left to right, Marge Witcraft, ColleenYork, Donna Coleman, [ Ill [ O"- nrst AssOcIatIOn" S m;;:th I; ed a greater .risk Of Mary Lou Wicken and Betty Dean. ] [ ,r~er Steve The agency reported that 10 stil eath of thmr babies ~utn" Jerrymillion Americans have kickedshortly after birth than do "I "~ ::driers.n the cigarette habit in the past four nonsmoking mothers, according -- ...t Nlelyears, yet only 300,000 of these to t.he He.art Association. Poster Winners Are Named ] SAVE Y )UR. IE[I: [ nu'"oer two are women. Also, the Heart SmoKing durmg pregnancy was r. , ,itch o-- ,-,association has found that the muno to nave.retaraed the naoy stire prevention posters division The Grand Award Portland. [ ....... | -~vlay grows amoKmg mothers also des ned by 12 Washm ton state Wmner will recetve an addmonal The KWG poster contest is from s e be~ relapse rate of women who go - " 'g 'g " " - ..... I n ndinn t ......... I tore t . ,- uv mUCH mone D S enalng ore ~,. heback to tobacco is 38 percent showed a highermcldence of students from grades 1-12 have cash nrize of $~5 conducted m cooperation with[ .... f~ma ~,,,....4 ........ Y, Y P | o-b~ " ',~Ulmby~ ~ _. h]o..ergh th-- the, ~,f ,~,~. q~,me miscarriages,, stillbirths, newborn won awards in a statewide contest A~ll w'nninl g " posters wdl' be Washm. " gton State' Department of [ ............ "~ UUll[i9 iVlell t..Nev-ulos [ ,"-o,t)-I200 million American women are deaths ano premature labor, sponsored by the Keep entered in the annual Natural Resources, United States l | I Washington Glcen Association. international competition against Forest Service, state forest / IIl Ill I 1 [ , ~ i __ -mid I/ Approximately 20,000 winners from other western states industries and school / gill| I ll'l Kllil I i ~/.,:illl Ili~llll lmllllll~ I~l~ldll~l students from a total of 37and Canada at the Western administrators with the i V lift lkpIIVO i ~ | lllili~ll Illl~lll~lp~ II ll~lllill Washington counties participated Forestry and Conservation endorsement of State [ [ in tile annual contest designed to Association's conference to be Superin t endent of Public / I r lib / ,m.__! _ ,u, m . ll__l promote awareness: of forest and held in December 1971 in lnstructionLouisJ. Br .tuno u v,i.I/ .14kl / range fire preventionamong Wll y IraCK r lleelr students. [ , | ok In ~. Winners in the Senior Division II . & / * * . ." / II~ll~l~l~llllll~l~l~lr / Y With t, rst Steve Holberg(S), George Harge(NM) and Eric Johnson(S), (grades 10-12) were Dan Wood, veterans Aamlnlstrarlon / II11[1111UI1 / / Seh...,. me Velkov(HC), Rick Brooks(P), tied for fourth, first place, Chief Sealth High _ . " k on"LtrackGaryJohnson(NM). C class high jump-Roland School in Seattle; Randy Moe Plr~t Wrlrnlnrl / IIltllllll~li~llllldll~ll Ill IPI / .,, " LOop C class c n t,_:_.. ._. .o ,u,~ UutsontMMK~ Pat LeClaidHC~ ..... " n. ' .v~"t~vv --myra "~w= =ww m~ / Illmlll lilt II ill Ill Inn L, 1 1 a]lec-- ou-DHan nuy~ tnv..,,n ~ ~, t *, second place, Uolumma Klver / I1~11"11111//111 Inl~ lilill irll / tea 106 Joh.n Kickson(MMI), Mike Clyde Welch(MMK), Bruce High School in Vancouver, and The Veterans Administration five years, according to Army | Ilk~~gq~llVll II~JI~BII~I / ~nd With ~, ~ownd(S), Terry Tyree(MMK), Maples(P), Brad Lyman(P). Marlene Vanderlaan, third place, is not affiliated with private officials. | . | ~n-~tChed"~)"" oa r,_arlAStolen(P).class 7 " " Shot put-Jesse Sharpes(HC), Lakes High. School .... in Tacoma. cemetery operators offering burial S o m ep rivate, cemetery. During by a 5aa/ .... 5-Charlle Sugar(HC) Jim H.euston(S).. Junior Dlvls,on winners plots free or at nominal cost to operators use this lack of space m / / ~w had-'4'gt/ ana helth Smith(G) tied for first, Girls' events In the county (grades 7-9) were Steve Dahl, first veterans, John B. Kirsch, Regional national cemeteries in theirl Ill ff tl~ I ! Ill IP | tmn_. -z~, Ulaet Chapman (P), Tracy track meet wen like this: place and Grand Award Winner.Director in Seattle, emphasized advertisements or solicitations to !ad't~; 43 VallBY(NM),BobHurst(S)" A class 50-Teresa Goos(HC), John ShawJuniorHighSchoolin today. Kirschsaidsomeceneteryveterans. / IVIAI & JUrtlg [ to --," c I a s s 7 5 - K e v i n Nicky Schouviller(P) Dana Spokane; Donna Washburn onerations advertise in a wav that Althouzh it is acknowledged ] [ wace in J . ' . ' - ~ "~ Won ev,~ .... ohnson(HC), Lewis Sanlms(NM), Jackson(G), Laune Sadler(K),second place, Pomeroy H~gh suggests a connection with the that many offers are from / Just come in -- Look us over -- and then make us / rs for H~,~a":' ,~ t e v e :5 p e a r ( G ) , T o m Jean Trotzer(S). School m Pomeroy. and Darlene VA or some other government, reputable firms, veterans are | ....... ff .... h ....... i"kun of "our ,-i,~.; .... ,4 | arpes int~,~Lree kpaum(K), Steve Hulberg(S). B class 50-Kathy Stevens(He),Maston, third place, Colton agency, advised to make sure they / ~.~,~,'--"~",~'u..".'i.]'..'~t~L~i ,~,," ~,:,, L~ ,,'o .Z:"/_........ l high iurn'~'~ u class lO0-Brian Hays(HC), Julie Marker(NM), Kathy Elementary School in Pullman. Government officials notedthoroughly understand any l ,on ~ay ue :~u/~t,,ol. you-,H LJ~t ,oat o~tlOII. | ~50an',:"v, John Hickson(MMK) Mike Henz(G), Francis Nelson(P), Winners in the Intermediate that VA and veterans service contracts they si n Veterans ~bcoek~vla00Hovind(S),Karl Stolen(P), Mark TerryStoner(S). Division (grades 4-6) were Jim organizations have received often fine there ag~ costs and / To make your shopping oasy, horeisyourstoeklist- / y M. Kni.u" nuxford(NM). C class 75-Terrie Moran(P), Rockwell, first place, Moorlands complaintsfrom recipients ofadditional expenses they did not l / S 50, br~aL .-, 200. Relay-Hood Canal, Terri Dollins(HC), Mary Elementary in Bothell; Rhondasuch advertising literature anticipate. | | 0 " ~,ra evxew Mar M Kni ht - . . . . r first i- ~ p., ..? y . g , E~ckmeyer(NM), Judy tlurst(S) Skdrood, second place, Emerson (omplamts from veterans about | ("I-II::VVP~ ('~l r'~ / '.~outnstue, rlonecr A cl ss baseball throw Came '~,'~ '~--~" ",,J ~-~"-~ ' ~. ~ - " Grade School in Hoquiam, and allegedly deceptive advertising tl~..~.,.~..,lira, l~l i[~ ] ..... _ as a dour-,-_ 400 Relay-Hood Canal, MaryHawley(S)~~Shelley Duncan(NM), Will|am Sargeant third place have also been received ~llll~/ll III Ib@e~e [ '70 Camaro::l:15 ................. / e o,e M Kn" . - ' ' " . . | , IU Vn Luxury ~eaan -- ~1~ r g~rls. Sh,~ ,... xght, North Mason, Prancer, Klm Smlth(HC), Jean Trotzer(S), Anatone Elementary in Anatone. Similar complaints have been Navy Petty Officer F~rst Class 70 Impala Coupe / ard dao~- "~. aoumslde. Karen Goldsby(P). Primary Division (arades 1-3~ received hv tho r)enartmont cff Donald O. Hanson, son of Mr.| '70 Camaro Z2a 70 Delta Royale Hol. Cpe. | e o,t ana A "~ * " ~ ...... ' ............ - '69 "98" Luxury Sedan Spear ,,r ,~ _ class Broad Jump-Rocky B class baseball throw-V]ola awards were gwen to Kathryn the Army's office of Chief of Otto R. Hanson, Shelton, ]s [ '69 BelAir4-door ,__ , ...... | ~eet's s^ "~t~ a b c o c k ( M M K ), D o n a 1 d Thomas(K), Terri Stoner(S),Huletz first place Sacred HeartSunnort Services w~" ch "r"v;a~ serving with the Naval Air Reserve l ............... 68 ' u~" Ho.aay Loupe / gCOn . ' , ~'t~ , It I~ u tU~a . . /~ ~,]prlC;IU ,+-or. --/'Mr V]ctori ..... a LaBerge(G), Chris Patnode(P), Elena Johns(HC), Gayle Villa m Seattle; Shari Lcntz orave sites to honor'~r'l'' Trainmg Umt, Washmgton, D.C. | ......... '76V~staCrmser6-pass. | '-,us In Ma . -. ~ ,,~, y ~ riova t-oupe , ,, ,, dash ~..__ rk Peyette(HC), Chet Thornock(P), Rhonda Henz(K). second place, Lincoln School in discharoedveteransin national ~_ ................ =- .... - ........ | .... 56 88 4-doorSedan | He wa;~l~a Chapman(P). C class baseball thro~-Tern.e Hoqmam, and Bill Reser, thirdcemeteries on a space available ~r- ............... | |,;; B:72~_o , | ash. u .. B class Broad Jump-Steve Moran(P), Nancy ueantntO, L:nrls pmce, t'rospect Point School in basis |HOODSPORT MARINA | / .....,-,- wagon | ?tsle'anHdads !!iii;2M)G;TMi~che~:~i~Hi~(nK:e B:sitikZ(MS~e'l?yBa'Hnb:dWr:!!i~[ ~:21~ibW~flli2"0se~tdf5iCa:neda;d0c;:h ~h?Th!eZs:hr:fend:/2e;i:te@~:~ /GAS 8t PREM'X i/iii[i:ii: !r:::'' / he b~ , C class Broad Jump-Pat Pioneer North Mason, S " , presented to the first, second to lack of snace and six others [ gl'l~ ~AO0 [ | 63 Impala SS Coupe | U y S " . . r , vw m~m,~ , ~ . LeClalr(HC), Klyde Welch(NM), Kamilche. andthird place winners in each are expected to be closed within I__ .......................... _[ | 63 Nova Wagon 6-cyl. 70 Maverick 6-cyl. | ,0. R o ,~" ,_ Rollie. Hudson(MMK), Mike ...... - ............. 1 '69 Torino Sport Coupe | ' Ch- -.Y Hovlnd(S), Charles Turner(P). ~ /'I | '69 Ambassador 4-door -- Air | .Patnojr~;e . A class chinning-Paul I \'~,....~ ~ ,, /-t"/ I I ,,,,.-.v, ,,,, '68 Falcon Coupe 6-cy,. l . K(G), Larry ;n, drew s!.NM)..and Rocky I \ I / I l r,bauro '67 Mustang V/8 -- Auto. l .~0.Stev" aOCOCKtMM ) t,e . Lor 2,s,, I V I IIV, I /'70 Chevy ton -- 4"Pd" '67 Comet Villager Wagon l = SPear ~ommy HepourntnL) Lraig ~ ' ~ d ' (C~ ~,~ " ' I \ ~~ ~ ~ 69 Chev /2 ton -- 4-sp 65 Falcon 4-door -- 6-cyl. I "-', ~toridge(G) and Toni Graham(S) ~ , Y , IIIIIIII1.... tiedf ~ _ | \~1~~ ~~/ ] |. c,.+.,on-.u,o. 65 Mustang V]8- 3-spd / "qlllllll or tours. ~ , ~ .. 'l,l.,,i,,, B c 1 ................ I \ I I ss Chevy /2 ton -- Auto. '65 Falcon Coupe 6-cyl. l q~ Bail a~s cn~n ntng-v~Ht ......... with 8' LOwboy Camper '65 Galaxie HT Coupe ._ Ne~t._ ey(S), Steve Hulberg(S), Steve I / I / . / II,llllllllllllr. ~l Kock(P), Dan Lockwood(P), I I l'671nternationaI-Auto. ',65 Pontiac GTO l "llllllllllllllP Mitch Plant(HC) and Ronnie ] ~ ll(~ ] | with Canopy 64 Fairlane 4-door / ~i L. C - ' LaBerge(G) tied for fifth I I I /'sT Ranchero V/8 ~ Auto. '64 Skylark 4-door / '~..L-.c:~e~an201 C class chinning-Clyde I I ~ I 1'67FrdF100-6"cy'' '64 American 4-door -- 6-cyl. / "~e: ~,m.an 56~" Welch~MMK~ Karl StolentP~ I I [~ _ '65 International Travelall '64 Ford Custom 4 door ~ries::iabel La.. A'class ;aseball throw-'Tracy i ] [,. ,,, ,on - ,-+, oo+,.0oo, [ -'l'- '~abel Lav a 1 1 e y ( N M ) , M i k e | ~ [~ " | |'64 Ford F700 Crew Bus-- 5-spd. '57 Plymouth 4-door | ~r~Reith198 kauderback(G). Basil I I I |'S3FordF 00CrewBus--4-spd. / ~t~,ol~inson. _ hammond(P), Gary uwyertr), I I I~ I /,=. =.... .......... / ~li~ins; ~aUh7: Todd Johnson(He). I I I //_2 ,7 / ~ ~ MI aoel b/ Pora '/2 ton q. spa ~41~,~ ", "ke24=..,,+, B class baseball throw-Brade I [ 1 l, - " / il ~ & Li C. & Veach(NM), Melvin Ferrier(HC), I ] ~11 ~ I / S~ Studebaker ~/, ton -- 3-spd. / ~ ~0' 1~-,2357 Kevin Johnson(He), Jim I I I~l I/ / ~a" " ~a~:'l~h?~.' Enochs(NM), Luis SanLuis(NM).I ] J ...... CAMPERS. i), , ' C class baseball throw-Jesse I I ..... ~1.1~ ~. Sharpes(HC), Roy Mittenum(HC), I / ~ _= 1 / '63 Ford F250 4-spd. with 1 b~%i~"aa Watch--~ent Hansen(G), Mike I / g~:~//~ / / 12' self-contained Camper / ~t~,u" lie lo_,esHoward(S) Brad Lyman(P). I / I / with air in cab and camper, / ~ "midof~_uKs B class high lump-Steve I / i[A/~:}~~I~ ~: .................... .............. 1 / chassis-mounted / ~:' ~, ,~'UUnd Spear(G), Les Vopa't(P),-Mitch I /A~Y~~F---~ I ...... ~rnest Ha- Plant(HC) Jim Enochs(NM) andI / ~ ~ 1 / ~ II ~.... YCOXBrad Ve'ach(NM) and Todd I I 1 1 ' " " " SAVINGS I I --UI I I 1 i I + _ . Iil / I PI'rTSBURGH'PAINTS . l/il II1 = ! t/i SUN-PROOFLatexHousePa,nt iii i I' Yur huse actually stretches and shrinks I" I " " ! Ii l-lg That's why many paints crack and / ml with extreme variations n temperature. ill/g I I i SUN-PROOF' ain t ' 1 peel' SUN'PROOF LATEx expands and 1 ~ ~l~OntraCts alOn with yOur hOuse--has up | Lat to 4 times the stretch of other latex i useP c 0 I No. 1 Award Winning films. Lasts up to 4 years longer than o w.,,E P No r~mer necessary lill I ; [ "" ' | ~ I ,r G.|lon ord oar +a,n,s. p I -- ,,., ,., . ..I White and over most repaint surfaces. Easy to apply / ~ -- -- ll! ~ t l[l~..,~_ -- ~ MRadyMI Dnes m 30 m,~utes " . -- oem wce t,,epr. l al l, nns I Summer+aleSavingsonSun-Proof OiI-BaseHousePaint,too, $7.13PerGallon, I j II/ OLDS ~'~ ' -~'1 ,1[ """~ ~ I~'~ ,m,~_wll' 1 w* e and f~eadg.Mixed Body corn s 1 ll I ' ~' + ~..L~,,+ .: ,',v~' ..~q~ dT~vva~,~, I .... = Reg. S9.13" Per Gallon. / ! Ii ,,, ,M ,..v. , "~LV~ ,aaz f ........... " I I / v 1. cA.s ,,o ,oo, OI m Ic H :......_ .,,. o , +.':,,,;;,: I y p" wy. S. ~I 426-4522 / MIC INSURANCE "",,..o-~'-~ ""-~.7*..-r-~" l I ' Thursday, May 20, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Paqe 7