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II, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL -- Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 13 iomic Lumber Ills Sought By WFiA The YVestcrn Association to- task ot curing illness of the industry--the ocean ship- Coast mar- in Wash- northern Cal- as waterborne the Atlantic by 500-million according executive WFIA. made shipments in percent to- mak- he said. is so alarm- is not taken , "we may lose ' industry,,, Mc- A(ITION! had a your or some struck You. want lnsur- get it, our P.S,-- COMPANY CONNECTICUT The WFIA will seek to work wif-fi-all interests to determine a course of action that wlll bring relief. "The lumber industry wants to cooperate with the many ele- ments of our economy that are suffering from this declining mar- ket," McCracken said. IIcCRACKEN cited the cost dif- ferential between U.S. ann Can- adian shipments to the Atlantic Coast as the prime reason for the lost markets. He said British Co- lumbia lumber can be shipped on foreign flag vessels for some $22 per thousand board feet. as against an average rate of $36 per thousand on U.S. ships that must be used by shippers in the U. S. Northwest. Numerous sawmills in Oregon and Washington have been forced to close during the past two years, with the transportation problem a significant cause. "We must all work together to find a solution before more mills go out of bus- iness and more jobs are lost." Mc- Cracken said. "The first mills affected, un- fortunately, are the small water- front mills that cannot easily con- vert to other lumber products. After examining their plight, we are moved to do all we can to aid them and the people of their com- munities." Until now, the only efforts to improve the situation have been made by individual mills. Now the WFIA, which includes more than 100 lumber and plywood mills (medium and small) in three states, has taken on what Me- Cracken calls tile "battle for sur- vival." Smokey Says: "$MOYEY5 ' ;. ,mure_boo. 1 - ea a sul.merana,l ]Fixe can destroy their forest homesl CIRCUS STAR--Rene' LaMonte, who will appear as an aerialist in the Ken Jensen Circus being sponsored here July 19 by the Shelton Jaycees, is a former dancer turned circus performer. More Facilities in Olympic National Park Says Doerr Additional facilities are being use last summer to meet the hen- provided for campers and picnick-IvY increase m attendance by ms- ors in Olympic National Park this summer Supt. John E. Doerr an- nounced last week. Within the Pacific Coast Area of the Park campers will find a 100 site modern campground at Morn and a 70-site picnic gTound at Rialto. At the Heart O' the Hills. ahmg the road to Hurricane Ridge, a 100 site campground with modern faciliLies has been devel- oped, part of which will be open for camping the last weekend in June. At Hurricane Ridge ample picnic grounds are available with modern facilities in a setting of magnificent yews of the snow cov- ered mountains. At the Hoh River a 100 site campground was completed and in ny thousands of visitors who come to see and enjoy the rain forest. At this location visitors will soon have the use of a modern visitor center building and museum con- taining many interesting exhibits on animal life, climate, tree, and plant growth and other displays to help the visitor to better un- derstand and enjoy the area. The opening of these additional facilities at the beginning of the 1963 summer is a fitting occasion to announce the 25th anniversary of the establishment of Olympic National Park, Mr. Doerr added. In 1938. Congress passed the bill i establishing Olympic National Park. and it was signed by the President on June 29. 1938. O A Subsidiary of P. N. Hirsch & Co. CHILDREN'S BRAND NAME DRESSES Sizes 1 to 6x and 7 to 14 early Spring and Summer dresses reg. $3.95 reg, $4.95 reg. $8.95 40 dresses -- reg, $5.95 40 dresses -- reg. $7.95 former trouble shooter Ihady.To.Wear Clearance AME one group BRAND SPORTSWEAR P&NTs .................. reg. $8.00 to $9.00 ........................ reg. $7.00 .............................. reg. $8.00 to $9.00 ........................ reg. $6.00 to $7.00 ..... reg. $7.00 One group of SPRING SUMMEH, Here Than 100 Boats Visit Harstine State P00rk By Donettc (;laser HARSTINE --- Many, many act- ivities were going on the week of the 4th of July. Some 40 boats. including many graceful sail boats. Altogether over 100 boats took ad- vantage of the docking facilities and camp grounds provided here at the State Park. The ones. though, that received the most attention were five girl scouts and their three councelors paddling along" Puget Sound in t heir canoes. For several years now this group have camped one night at Donagall Point, one night at the Cove and one night at Pridhams. The fireworks dis- plays along the bank of the State Park were thouroughly enjoyed by not only those in the cove, but also those on the opposite side of the mainland. The A1 Pridhams lind as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kimble and daughter Carla and her friend Mary Lou. and Mr. and Mrs. May- nard Johnson of Gig Harbor who really enjoyed their three-day vis- it on Harstine. REALLY HAPPY news too, is that Mrs. Gordon (Gret) Simmons has successfully undergone major surgery and is now reeouperat- ing at home. Much to Gret and Gordon's delight their daughter Dixie and children. Sil and Suzie of Portland were able to come up and give Greta hand for the whole fom-th of July week The Simmons son. Jim, will arrive home in about two weeks. Jim teaches music and chorus in the Spokane city schools. He is teaching elementary sum- mer band this quarter. This en- ables the children to be better aquainted with junior high band facilities. Gret also reports that Mrs. Jessie Simmons Rutherford is progressing very nicely at her home after having broken her hip early this spring. Fourth of July night Mr. and Mrs. George T. Waite Jr., hosted a Beach picnic at the home of Mr. George Howard. Those at- tending were Mr. raite Sr., and Mr. Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Seward, Dick Seward, Jakc Zig- gler, Glenn Yates and their fam- ilies and Mr. and Mrs. Giles of Olympia, Sherry Mitchell, and Ken Droseher. ALL MEMBERS of the Harstine Island Social Club are invited to a picnic at the Garolds Cove Ma- rina on July 20 at 1:30 p,m. Mason County residents were saddened to hear of the passing this last week of Walter Eddy of North Shore on the Canal. Walt moved to the Canal in 1925 and Over Weeke.d had lived there continuously with the exception of a few years in Bremerton. He was prominent in the formation of the Belfair Fire Department and was its second fire chief. He was also business agent for the teamsters for many years. He is survived by his wife Dorothy and one daughter Fern at the family honae, and one son Walter of Bremerton, and eight grandchildren. Two nieces, Mrs. Chester Dombroski and Mrs. H. V. Glaser of Mason County and many ether relatives tn Thurson and Greys Harbor County. He shall long be remembered by his many friends. Word of the passing ot Mr. J. D. Farrell of Tacoma was received here Saturday by his brother Ves- let. who makes his home here with the H. A. Glasers. Mr. Far- roll was well known to Islanders, having spent much time here vis- iting" his sister-in-law and brother- in-law the H. A. Glasers. We of- fer our sincerest sympathy to his family. The Chaffees'..daughter, Mrs. Betty Radelet and children of Li- ma spent Wednesday to Friday here enjoying the "water wonder- land of Mason County". On Sun- day the Chafees' daughter-in-law and children. Mrs. Dick Chaffee arrived from Rio Del, Calif., for a week's visit. July 4th Mr. ntz Mrs. Fred Romberg of Seattle journeyed to Harstine for a visit with the Ir- vie Wingerts. The Archie Doolittles. Sumner. and Kay Holt, Portland. spent the weekend at their summer homes on the north end. The Harstine Island ferry un- derwent repairs by the county crews for a broken oil line Friday. The 12:30 ferry run was made late. CONTINUES SUHHER SUITS Pastel Wools Regular Price $22.95 SALE PRICE Q DRESSES @ Juniors @ Regulars @ Half - Sizes regularly priced at $14.95 to $29.95 OFF Navy Plans To Sell Buildi00 lit Bremerten The Navy is receiving bids for [he sale and L'eloval of 21 t\\;ve  story buildings located at the Nast- park Defense Housing Project, East Bremerton, WaM1. Captain J J. Cassidy, Director of the Navy's Northwest Division, Rureau of Yards and Docks, an- nounced that the bids will be open- ed in his office at 1638 West Law- ton Way, Seattle, at 2:00 p.m., Pacific D.ylight Saving Time. August 2. 1963. Being offered for sale and re- moval are 13 structures contain- ing 4 two-bedroom units and eight containing six two-bedroom units. Prospective purchasers may ar- range to inspect the buildings by contacting the Public Works of- flee at the Puget ound Naval Shipyard. Bremerton. or the Real Estate Division of Captain Cas- sidy's office in Seattle. Sheep can sRlp a meal more easily than they Call skip a day without salt. Always have water and salt available to sheep on a serve-yore'self basis. Mrs. JamesAngus and children Scott and Lisa af6 ViSiting Dor- othy's mother. Mrs. Anna Glaser, at her home at Ballow. Here's an easy way to clean srained coffee cups: Wet them with vinegar, dip a damp cloth in salt "]nd rub l:hem clean. 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