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June 17, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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June 17, 1971

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has been d, Range .'er of the lonal Forest tYnne M. Maule ". He replaces t~lst.n who has lae Regional of Watershed ortland, Ore. his duties June )rtland, Carlson " :*: :~%~ ervice career as ~ ,~., . :: 'loyee on the Forest in 1944. ~:~ ,s Permanent )52 on the Big istrict, Ochoco lie served in ~n the Och,,,-.. rillarnette time he was Puty Center "~ Tirnberlake on Center on hal Forest. " Promoted to f Pine Knot )n Center on real Forest in B.S. degree in Oregon State e a member of SOME OF THE BOY SCOUTS who participated in an Foresters. drive along Highway 101 are shown with a pick-up containingtpartof the a recent h ter pick up in litter which was picked up. Years. tty, and a making ' or or Utage U.D. No. 3 that there interruption by ttood mUth Shore, -~tch Island, !OUtage is 2:30 'cessary to Power elr Belfair equipment CaUsed June 13, m. to 6:50 to 10:35 Library its first from the ,.at 10 a.m. a aring a Will be Lred for of the trip ~Onca, a PUblic is Urged 1Chic is a r, With their n COurse rgers, red and Picnic ~ground aking of the ticipants Local Boy Scouts recently took part in a litter pickup which was part of the Boy Scout's SOAR (Save Out- American Resources) project. June 5 was set aside for a national effort to bring attention to the litter problem. The day was called "Scouting Keep America Beautiful Day". Eight scout units were organized by Kurt Thompson to de-litter Hwy 101 from Shelton to ltoodsport a distance of 14 miles. The units were Pack 110, Troops 103, 110, 112, 155 and 160 and Posts 711 and 723. Fourteen truck-loads of trash was hauled to the Shelton dump Application has been received by the Seattle U. S. Army ('orps of Engineers office from P, uskin Fisher and Associates, Inc., P.O. Box 7068, Seattle on behalf of the Port of Allyn, for I)epartmenl of the Army permit for certain Eagle Officers Are Installed Officers recently installed by the Shelton Eagles are Worthy President, itenry Coffey; Worthy Vice-President George Marshall; Worthy Chaplain, Richard Taylor; Worthy Conductor; Richard Waring; Secretary, Gil Matlett; Treasurer, Ray Mars: Worthy Inside Guard, ttarold Smith; Worthy Outside Guard, Tom Moore, and Trustees Lester Dorsett, Winston Asche and Babe Anderson. On behalf of district No. three, the Shelton Eagles would like to thank Mayor Frank Travis and his staff, the School Superintendant and school board, for the use of their facilities, the merchants of Mason County and of the City of Shelton for helping feed these youngsters through their donations and the Sheriffs office and city police for watching over them. Several local youngsters won trophies in this event and the Eagles hope to take some of them to the next convention. work in llood Canal near Belfair. Existing and proposed work includes repair and preservation of existing bulkhead and fill, and existing piling; construct a pier and install a float. The existing access ramp and float system will be rem~wed. The applicant has advised that the work noted as existing and not now covered by permit was constructed approximately 1950. The installation will be used for recreational use for general public. Interested parties are request to submit, in writing, any comments or objections that they have to the existing and proposed work. The decision as to whether a permit will be issued will be based on an evaluation of the impact of the existing and proposed work on the public interest Factors affecting the public interest include, but are not limited to, navigation, fish and wildlife, water quality, econolnics, conservation, aesthetics, recreation, water supply, flood damage prevention, ecosystems, and, in general, the needs and welfare of the people. Comments on these factors will be accepted and made part of the record and will be considered in determining whether it would be in the best public interest to grant a permit. Replies to this notice should be mailed to reach the Seattle Corps office not later than July 12 to insure consideration. which amounted to approximately 14,000 pieces of garbage. Frank Rogers, Scoutmaster of Troop 103 expressed thanks to the lady who stopped and gave his scouts some donuts, the gentleman who stopped and bought the scouts some refreshments, and another gentleman who stopped and gave the Boy Scouts of that troup soft drinks. The advance organization work on the project was done by Kurt Thompson, a member of Explorer Post 711, as a service project for the Eagle rank. Scouts who helped in the project were Eric Anderson, Chris Palmer, Dan Johnson, David Johnson, Kirk Scales, Brian Poe, Gerrit Shilman, Keith Thompson, Erik Lusignan, Doug Anderson, Jim ttarger, Brian Core, Gene Greenfield, Charlie Friend, Brad Johnson, Allen Van Cleve, Scott Durand, Gordon Reed, Roy Savage, Mark Skotniski, Mike Schleich, Randy Schleich, Don Stoddard, Mike McClanahan, David Swenson, Duane Hoxit, Kirby Hopper, Herb Maschner, Doug Stoner, Wesley Rogers, Vern Bailey, Martin Gonzales, Greg Sheetz, Shane Brooks, Kurt Carey, and Carol Thompson, Steve Rice, Rabble Dale, Mae Hall, Rob Goodwin, Donna Dalhman, Lonnie Austin, Dwight McKay, Jeff Palmer, Leslie VanderWegen, Mitch Rupe, Mike Mustain, Bob Bednarski, Darren and Bryce Smith, Kelly Zamzow, Jeff McHargue, David Engen, Bob Lovato, David VanderWal and Jody Diaz. Adults were Bill Smith, Rune Langland, Richard Engen, and Mr. Zamzow from Pack 110; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martin from Post 711; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers from Troop 103; Dean Palmer, Les Sjohlm and Jeff Diaz, from Troop 110; Allen Schleich and Harry Blevins from Troop 155; Eldon Reed and Leonard Friend from Troop 112; and Dick Thompson, Guy Lusignan, Roy Anderson and Cal Poe from Troop 160. reatest a few HUXley From Limited Selection Open: 10-6 Man. - Fri.; 10-5 Sat.; FREE DELIVERY ,,j,, & Olympic Hwy. N. - Shelton - 426-3264 Prope ax xemp ion ules Liberalization of age and levies combined. If special levies can be levied without a vote of other. income provisions by the 1971 amount to less than $50, the the people). The term residence means a Legislature will extend property difference will be applied against The exemptions will be single family dwelling, whether a tax exemptions to an estimatedregular levy taxes (those which allowed on taxes payable in 1972, separate structure or part of a 100,000 senior citizens starting in provided eligible property owners multi-unit dwelling. It shall 1972. file claims by Aug. 1, 1971. include land up to one acre. The Department of Revenue The claimant must be age 62 Claims for exemptions from estimates that their combined tax Ne~' Methodist on Jan. 1 of the year he files or taxes levied in 1971 for payment reductions will be $6.9 million retired from employment because in 1972 must be made with the annually. This year 42,600 Minister Named of physical disability, county assessor by Aug 1, 1971, Residences on which on forms provided for that taxpayers received exemptions Rev. William F. Andrews, exemptions are claimed must bepurpose. totaling $2.1 million, presently pastor of the Ronatdoccupied by the claimant for two Applications beginning in To obtain exemptions from Methodist Church in Seattle has calendar years preceding the claim 1972 must be made by July 1 of taxes due in 1972, claims willbeen named to succeed Rev. year, or theexemptionmayapply each year to be effective the have to be filed with county Horace Mounts as pastor of theto a residence occupied by thefollowing year. assessors by Aug. 1, 1971. Main features of the new law United Methodist Church here. claim a n t during the year Claims must be signed by the Rev. Mr. Mounts, who has preceding the claim, provided he person entitled to the exemption affecting senior citizens are:been pastor here "the past eight Eligible property owners may claim exemption from a portionyears, has been appointed has been a resident of the state by his attorney, or by a executive director of the Binder for the three preceding years. In mortgagor or contract holder. of their local propert.~ taxesSchweitzer Amazonian Hospital 'either' case, the claimant must They must be notarized unless resulting from excess levies Foundation Inc., in New York. own the property, submitted directly to the county approved by the voters in their The announcement of the Income shall include the assessor. district. The amount is new pastor for the Methodist combined income, from all determined on a basis of total('hurcll here came at the closing sources, of the person claiming ~j ~~ income received by the claimant session of the Pacific Northwest the exemption and the spouse for and spouse in the preceding Annual Conference of the United the year preceding the claim. calendar year: Methodist Church on the campus A claimant may not have ~ M" d I H~H Those with incomes of $4,000of the University of Puget Sound received income of the type of mo o or less can claim a 100 per cent in Tacoma. amount that would cause a ~ SAT.,.JUNt d. n2, 19 exemption. The announcement was made deduction from Social Security ~ 8:00 p.m. Those with incomes of from by Bishop W. Maynard Sparks. benefits under federal law in force $4,000 to $6,000 can claim a 50 May 21, 1971. ~Music by the * per cent exemption. , A residence owned by a GREEN RIVER { *~' Persons with incomes of NO IRON chain, or outward married couple is considered to be VALLEY BOYS $4,000 or less will be granted a force of any kind, could ever owned by each spouse. If one ~ sponsored by proposed {~ minimum $50 exemption from compel the soul of man to believe member of the couple is under ~ ~?k~Tn~e~. ! regular and special property tax or to disbelieve. Thomas Carlyle 62, the claim may be filed by the ~ i!~ That's right! Jim is "ROLLING OUT THE BARREL" to anyone purchasing a Used Car from now thru June 26th! New Cars have been selling at a rate you can't believe and the used cars + trucks are jamming things up! BELIEVE MORE ! SO PRICES ARE CUTI CUT! CUTII Here are some examples '69 PLYMOUTH FURY '66 PLYMOUTH 4-DR. SEDAN WAS $2,095.00 NOW '66 BUICK ELECTRA WAS $1,395.00 NOW Was $995.00 NOW '64 CHEV IMPALA HARDTOP 2-DOOR NOW These were Simpson units and a lot of hard workin' miles in em. BUY AS IS & SAVE SOME MONEY! 1952 FORD DUMP TRUCK EVERYTHING WORKS '63 CHEV 2-DR. HARDTOP '61 FALCON SEDAN NOW NOW '67 JEEP 4-WHL. DRIVE WAS $2,095 NOW If you've been think!ng about a used car or truck now is the time to buy and save rite with a free 50-gallon drum of gas. Our Service Dept. is open every Sat.! Bill Johnson Bus Einarsson George HasBrouek Bob Walden Mt. View at Kneeland Center Thursday, June 17, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 13