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July 15, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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2 JUMPING THROUGH inner tubes to work on coordination is part of the special summer program being taught by the Shelton School district in classrooms at Bordeaux School. Sc ooi Pro ram Goin The Shelton School District is running a special summer program session for about 30 students with learning problems. The program is being conducted at Bordeaux School James Connolly, regional planning director, said this week copies of a proposed zoning ordinance for Mason County are available from his office for anyone interested in studying them. Connolly said the text of the zoning ordinance does not include what zone a particular piece of property is in. This will be included in the zoning map, which will be about like the land use map proposed by Consumting Services Co. in the comprehensive plan it prepared for the county. The planner said a series of meetings in various parts of the and irwolves three teachers and three teacher aides working with the youngsters between six and nine years (~t age. The students come from the Shelton, Hood Canal, Pioneer, county are planned for this fall to discuss the proposed zoning ordinance before action is taken towards its adoption. Connolly said this is the third draft of the proposed zoning ordinance. The first two were prepared by Consulting Services and the final draft contains a few revisions by the County Planning Commission. The proposed ordinance sets out various land use classifications and what use is permitted under each. The boundaries of each district will be outlined on the land use map which will be a part of the ordinance. Southside and Kamilche District. The program is being paid for by a federal fund grant which was approved for the project. The project is under the direction of Kim Kay, psycologist for the school district. The project was approved by the State Department of Public Instruction in its Special , ~" "~Fmha~ation Department. The equipment being used, is some which is used in the regular classroom teaching programs during the school year. It includes work on coordination, perception problems and other areas which affect the learning problems the youngsters have. Teachers in the program are Mrs. Loanna Day, Miss Linda Hart and Mrs. Linda Wakefield. The program will run through Aug. 13. Kiwanis Meeting Rev. Gareth Ellis will be the speaker at the Shelton Kiwanis Club meeting at noon Tuesday in the Timbers Restaurant. His topic will be "Anything Goes". J BALANCE GETS A workout also during the sessions in the special summer school program underway at Bordeaux School. ig Use lanne R. W. Kerslake, District Engineer, announced today that SR 1 06, near Purdy Creek Cut-off, SR 302, near Victor and SR 101, north of Shelton at the intersection of Dayton Cut-off, will be the scene of an origin and destination traffic survey to be conducted by the Washington The Shelton Chamber of Commerce board of directors has sent a letter to Glenn Crawford, Driver Examination Administrator in Olympia protesting the closure of the part-time driver's license station in Shclton. The State, as of July 1, will no longer man the station it has had here in the basement of the court house on Wednesdays and Saturdays. In the letter, the Chamber directors stated the examiners were kept busy both days they were here and that waiting lines were not an exception. The letter also stated the necessity of going to Olympia to renew or obtain a driver's license would mean persons with regular jobs would have to take half a day off in order to get a driver's license. The letter added in the case of a new license it was possible two adults would be off their jobs. "Every trip made necessary State Department of Highways July 15-20. Motorists traveling on these highways will be stopped and asked such questions as, "Where did you come from?", "Where are you going?", and "What is the purpose of your trip?", Kerslake said. Traffic interviewers will be by such a ruling means that the shoppers will plan accordingly. Many families of four or five will have to make that many trips", the letter commented. Copies of the letter were sent to State Reps. Charles Savage an'd Paul Confier; State Sen. Gordon Sandison and the Automobile Club of Washington. Dawson Hurt In Accident Ed Dawson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dawson of Lake Nahwatzel suffered a compound fracture of his lower right leg and a broken collar bone in a traffic accident July 1 near Yelm, his parents reported this week. He is recuperating at his home at 418 K St., Hoquiam. He is a teacher and assistant football coach at Hoquiam High School. At the time of the accident, he was attending summer school at Central Washington State College. acting impersonally in asking such questions, merely attempting to obtain factual information on travel to, from and through the area. A maximum delay of approximately 30 seconds will be needed to obtain answers to the questions. ''The State Highway Department is giving consideration to improvements of Purdy Creek Cut-off, Victor Cut-off and Dayton Cut-off, and before, decisions ca~, be made as to the proper type of improvements, it is necessary to know not only the amount of traffic usage which will be made of the highways, but also the travel desires of the motorists of the area. Since modern highways are expensive to construct, it is important that they be located to give the motorists the, ubmost in highway service", said Kerslake. Because the information gathered is so important to highway planning, it is essential, as well as beneficial to the motorists, that full cooperation be extended to the interviewers in order that the information obtained will be correct and will accurately represent the actual traffic needs of the public. T h e S h e 1 t o n C i t y action Commission, in a letter to James ConnollY Connolly, regional planning been director, has stated it cannotDepartment propose or endorse any exact had re( schedule of action on a solid proposed waste management study which The was recently completed by Nortec Inc. not a part The study recommended a but was joint city-county land fill method of the of garbage disposal with Nortec compulsory garbage collection at a instituted by the county as part proposed of the means of paying for the operation. The proposal had been Fire submitted to the city and county previously, and, commissioners of VV -~'t/orl" both had objected to the time schedule proposed in the plan. A fire The city action came in been approval of a letter to Connolly and which was written by City Shelton, Engineer Howard Godat. reported The letter said in part "I have in a reviewed the situation with the Nevitt city attorney and it is our opinion carried on that the city has prepared a Capt. comprehensive solid waste fire management disposal plan in The conformance with state statutes, emphasis This is the Mason County plan that all which included the city and marked, which is funded in part by the number city. operable "I am unable to advise the The city commission of an exact new fire timetable of action for installed implementation of a sanitary marked. landfill program. Obviously the Nevitt city commission cannot propose had had or endorse any exact schedule of fro ~; Canon i.8 Camera ......... 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Presiding at Randy, who stayed for three the guest book was Mrs. Tony weeks. Garnick. Floral arrangements were The Bill Calders of Mesa, Ariz. supplied by the Beachcombers recently spent a week in the Garden Club. vicinity visiting old friends. KIWANIS ANNUAL BENEFITING PARKS & PLAYGROUNDS- Kneeland Park- Shelton Sunday July 25, 1971 7 a.m.- I p.m. Donations: $1.50 ADULTS -- 75 CHILDREN Get on the line...FAST! Get the full story of the new being formed under the sponsorship of find out how this club in affiliation with the Ford Motorsports Association, can open, your whole new world of motorsports adventurel ATTEND the Shelton Motorsports Club's first general membership meeting...open to anyone... I DISPLAYS TECHNICAL ADVICE DOOR PRIZES REFRESHMENTS Mt. View at Kneeland Center OFF ROAD You get 1 cartOn FREE with purchase of 4 cartons of brick or stone... Offer for time only! LUMBERMEN'S Mason Of Shelton * 426-2611 limited CLUB Page 2 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 15, 1971