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June 3, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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June 3, 1971

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anal Library it all of a mass half million and six region was COunties are copies different books ent 3oak catalog approved for each When the and a made next the books nd the list show the ~rnbers have 's books, on the ;N~,~E,,~ ~ ~~ I The Mason County Juvenile Probation Office handled 48 cases during April, Probation Officer Gary Wood reported. These included 36 delinquency cases, 10 dependency referrals and two traffic referrals. The delinquency referrals included four for auto theft, four for burglary, 11 for other thefts, eight for use of liquor and 10 for other offenses. The delinquency cases i n c I u d e d one dach for abandonment, incorrigible, truancy and other reasons, four for marriage waivers and two as runaways. The dispositions included six handled with informal adjustment, four placed on informal supervision, seven placed on official probation, one made a ward of the court, 15 remanded to their county of residence, one committed to the Department of Institutions, seven returned to the Department of Institutions and lnarriage waivers signed for four. / / Shelton, graduates to Irnencement Lutheran ~elor of arts to Classify ....... to n i m u m for to With In the Must Using Years Y at STUDENTS IN Walter Johnston's fifth grade class at Bordeaux School hold up some of the newspapers they received in a project in which they wrote to newspapers all over the U S. asking for copies of the newspapers. They received replies from 48 cities. ~Unitv apito :losing P.FTI. ZRTy. miles, Phone Collie. Ryan Boys' fter 8 $100 1281. ler, eels, n. lie 5 $75. COurt in, ency road ing g2 horse Gent ' Pinto, 6 P.m. most Our le re in 613 Gorton Tells Views On Legislature Attorney (;encral Slade (;orton this week spelled out a seven-point p r()~!l-Hln fOl reforming the st:lie legislature, the 1)71 session of which hc scored as "short-sighted'" and "unproductive.'" In a speech to the Seattle-King County Bar Association. GoTten stressed the need for reform of the entire legal system, but added that "our legislature is more archaic than the court system.'" "Much as 1 have in the past supported the concept of a citizen legislature, it is increasingly clear that our legislalurc, organized as it is now, is incapable of acting in AIRMAN o HOMAS G. Boiling, son Mr. and Mrs. the best interests of the citizens often enough," he stated. (ioIton's tHOposals, seine Of which wmdd require changes in the State's constitution, are: 1. Create a much smaller legislature with a considerably larger professional staff as an independent source of information. Limit the time any person can consecutively serve to 12 years. 3. Establish precise reporting of campaign contributions and expenditures with effective enforcement mechanisms. 4. Provide for specific lobbyist registration and expenditure reporting, to include campaign contributions and any other gifts. 5. Require open meetings with recorded votes 6. Provide for redistricting to be accomplished outside the legislature, by a non-partisan body. 7. Restrict the right of the legislature arbitrarily to set its own rules. "Our problem," the Attorney General commented, "is that so many have been talking about reform so long ond so few have been doing anything about it." Gorton also lauded a recent U. S Supreme Court decision which upheld the right of a labor union to assist its members in finding legal services at reasonable fees. Richard M. Boiling of 2236 "1 sincerely hope that the Callanan St, Shelton, Wash.,decision will end litigation on the ub:ect of group legal services, has completed basic training ~n~lJ that we can move forwardto at Lackland AFB, Tex. He find solutions to the very real has been assigned to problems of availability of legal Sheppard AFB, Tex., for services to the people of this training in the wire nation." maintenance field Airman Boiling is a 1969 graduate of Shelton High School. Has Museu ms In by MORLEY KRAMER ( Single copies can also be [ h c " ' o I tl d a \S'' In ~,btaincd frcc b) x~,iilhL'.t the Washington. fronl fire engines, lhe [)OCllillClil-; ~CC[It)II tJi lhc State Gold Rush, and steam railroads to Library, ()lympia 08501 .) The artifacts of pioneer life, musical directory, the first detailed instruments and architecture, can coinpilation evel made of the be "re-lived" in 1(19 lnuseuilrs state's nlusculns, was compiled by M rs. Nancy Prbor, a research which are scattered in 67 consultant in the Washington- locations about the state, Northwest Room of the Stale A directory of the muscunls has been added to the collection Library. II is intended to scrve as of the Shelton Public Library. a guide to the general art, history a n d n a t u r a ] h i s t o r y o f Washinglon. It includes such infollllatlon as the 113 nits, UGN Board o, museums, hours and days tire?.' are H Meeting