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July 29, 1971

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% Any Vehicle Must Be Registered For Trail Or Off-Highway Use More To Have Tax Exemptions Beginning August 9, persons operating a trail bike, aLiberalization of age and Januarary l, 1971, or retired 4-wheel drive unit or any other self-propelled vehicle, on trails income provisions by the 1971 from employment because of or off-highway must display a registration number. State Legislature will extend physical disability. According to Jack G. Nelson, Director of the Department property tax exemptions to an- Income of under $6,000 of Motor Vehicles, applications for registration numbers will be estimated 100,000 retired or from all sources, of which only disabled Washington citizens, $1,680 may be income from accepted by any county auditor or vehicle license agent, starting in 1972. wages, DL's CORNER week at BAR SALES. Manager Some motorcycles are not included. No registration for Information concerning the - Owner and occupant of the As the old song goes . .. "In Jerry Watilo has lowl low prices trail use is needed if the engine has 50cc. or less displacement, exemptions is being distributed property on which the claim is throughout the five-county filed POWer and the good ale summer time ..... ' on these top quality desks, and as the wheelsare 14 inches or less in diameter and the wheelbase is Timberland Library district, Eligible taxpayers with less re a specialyou'll find lots of sales... . Jerry says, it s just a standard 42 inches orless. including the North Mason than $4 000 income will be he shores'°°d' a neWof that,ThebutS°ngyou'lld°esnbe tsingingqUite gOwhenlike B&Rand letPractice'Jerry orS°sharondrive helpin todayyou A number will be assigned and,a validating tab and receipt Library in Belfair. exempt from payment of all ) miles north you capture some of the bargains find the right furniture for your will be issued. It will be the owner s responsibility to paint the According to the available excess levies on their property. being offered all over Masonhome.., number on his vehicle or display it in some other suitable information, claims must be filed Those with income between eat containsCounty. Here s a few you can Anybody can make a custom manner. - with the . county assessor by $4,000 and $6,000 will pay only trorn 10,000 check out... , color, but only the finest paintThe cost of the registration is $5.50 per year. If the August 1 this yeas for exemptions half the excess levies, with a eL, all served Bob Wotton, owner of BOB S manufacturers can do it in avehicle has never been titled in Washington, there is an extra on taxes due in 1972. minimum exemption of $50. SHOE TREE, has a huge Sidewalk custom formula. One of the best, Residents should submit The information is available at sUrfaced roads, Sale bonanza of shoes this Sherwin-Williams is now available $1.50 charge for a title. Most of the money raised by this claims if they meet the following any Timberland library in full, amp and alarge weekend. Here s summertime a t N Y E COMPANY, local new registration program is earmarked for all-terrain vehicle criteria: simple-to-understand form. bargains like never before.., building supply firm on the Cole trail-related expenses and enforcement. - Age 62 or more on ~1~ Over at SEARS you'll find Road. Drive on out and ask Bill The new lawprohibits operating an all-terrain vehicle that Manager Maxine Rhoades has about Weather-Clad, it's a special while under the influence of liquor or drugs. The vehicle "Jr ~ Opening~eh"a Bay Mitchell,RealtY,ofhis and chopped the Home freezers time Appliance prices to tOsave,Celebrate on Month.sodiShwashers hurry NationalNowonS specialing paint at a price you can afford...,and CUT they're RATE some putting AUTO of their a specialPARTS goodieS,oniS If must be equipped with brakes, a spark arrester and a muffler. TheiS operated chasing at ofnight wildlifeit must or domestic have lights.animals is forbidden. TEEN DANCE i L then°WnasMas°nHallmark in... em just for the do-it-yourself No loaded weapon is to be carried on the vehicle. Property FR[DAY 6 has'ar°adbeenAVe'in the EVERGREENKen ChaPDRuGman, ownerCENTER,Of zotmechanic'themDon,ttoo.Needforget. ' antoatlaSqjoin. They'veMELL damageTlle OrnewPersonallawwillinjurYbe accidentSenforced muStbystatebereported.wildlife agents, ! A U G • has hot weather drug values all CHEV-OLDS $100 Birthday park rangers, fisheries patrolmen and designated employees .3(. 'eats, statedthe over the store that you just can't Club. lt'll pay you to join. . . of the Department of Natural Resources. Officers of the 9-1 2 porn°Shelton Armory Specialize in pass up... The Giant Y2-Day Storewide State Patrol, County Sheriffs and deputies and Police :Y and knowing Socialities, Red Cross, ~ Pes of financing Cabbies are the brands you'll find Furniture Sale is taking place this Departments will enforce the law within their jurisdictions. 3as real estate on sale this week at MILLER SFriday, July 30, from 12 noon to a member of SHOE SALON. Manager Kirk 9p.m. at OLSEN FURNITURE. ~''NIGHT HAWK BAND the real estate Criner has really knocked theDon't miss this fantastic sale, f°rrner Ednaprops out from under the prices, 'cause you can get money for HAIN'T WE got all the foo!s ~ your old furniture.., and owner in town on our side? And ain t so don't miss out! Stop in and Rod Olsen will de!!ver the new that a big enough majority in any of the grab 'em while they're hot. . . Sponsored by C.Y.O. $2.00 each Island. Colonial style desks is what furniture free. Can t miss on a town? you'll find on the special of the deal like that... -DL Mark Twain I~1¢~¢1~1¢~/¢~1¢I~:~/~I~1C~1C:~$~1C~[C~:~$~~~ ONE DAY ONLY WED., AUG. 11 2 P.M. & 8 P.M. SHELTON LIONS CLUB PRESENTS THE • .... IORSE$~) AMAZ! _NG : AGILE ONIES T..L[.I"_[. lt'p_O_A_R 0 W EQUILIBRIST IA ~ A zl NO- ~i-O'Z~I~-T~"~ ITU IHOLLYWOOD BLEPHANT ACT | Tickets: Adults $2 - Child 51 |Available at: Johnny's Music Box, | Coast-to-Coast, Bob's Shoe Tree, | Sea-First Bank. I MT. VIEW AT | KNEELAND CENTER a ]s out, Those on the reading club are honor roll so far are the following: Donna Spear, Bill :1 Boggs, Sue Boggs, Peter Scroggs, s Summer Ricky Palmer, Pare Green, Rex C hil d r e n Welch, Lama Moor and Christine ', signing Jacot. almost Club rules and earn a ~e. Several various !Unty have books on to more. Reports For Duty WAVE Petty Officer Second Class Katherine M. Waldburger, daughter of James A. Waldburger, Shelton, has reported for duty at Naval Air Station, Alameda, Calif. II ae Located At OLYMPIC HWY. SOUTH and SCADE on HILLCREST he-Ups , All Major & Minor Brake Work and Union Tires * Lubrication ICE TO GOII! 7 a.rn.. 10 p.m. Monday thru Thurs. 7 a.rn.. 1 1 p.m. Fri., Sat., Sun. JAGNOW, OWNER Sadona Johns Taken By Death Sadona Kittilsby Johns, former resident of Lilliwaup, died July 21 at the age of 81 years. She was one of seven children, and her mother and father homesteaded at a large area on the point and the bay at Lilliwaup. In 1898 the family moved to Seattle to be near school facilities. Mrs. Johns became a teacher, and was later employed in a Seattle bank. After her marriage she lived in Lilliwaup until poor health forced her, several years ago, to return to Seattle. She was a member of Daughters of Seattle Pioneers and the Pioneer Association of Washington. Survivors include her sister, Mrs. Ruth Elie of Seattle; four nephews; and two nieces. A service was held Friday in the Acacia Funeral Home, Seattle, with entombment in Acacia Mausoleum. Weal ler Hi Low Precip. July 22 84 57 - July 23 74 54 - July 24 64 56 - July 25 8t 55 - July 26 91 58 - July 27 95 58 - July 28 81 57 - The extended outlook is for mostly fair weather from Friday through Sunday except for early morning and evening fog. High temperatures are expected to be in the 80's with lows in the 50's. PLU Another continuance of the Smith Street vacation hearing was ordered by the board at the County Commissioners' meeting Monday. After discussing the fact that the street had several public utilities on and under it and the possibility of easements to service those utilities, the Commission felt that the easements would have to be taken care of before further consideration of the matter. A continuance was scheduled for 11:00 a.m. on August 16. The hearing on Beard's Cove was also continued. The Health Department advised that the hearing be continued. Alan Bowden, platter of Beard's Cove No. 7, said he had redesigned the sewage system to include septic tanks. The system would serve 24 lots and no .sludge would be pumped into the systeml ' Maintenance would be taken care of by the County Public Works Department, after Roates Engineering gave the county management. The Commissioners felt that more time was needed to study the plans for the sewage system. The board heard Pete Fassio inquire about the reinstating of the streets, alleys, lots and blocks in the plat of Grays Harbor and Union City Railroad addition to Union, which was vacated by the board in 1964. It was decided by the Commissioners to check into the legal aspect of reestablishing the lots and to accept the deed from Mr. Fassio, which included the original streets in the plat. Bomb Scare Is B,g Dud Bob Bottemiller, manager of Sprouse-Reitz store, was informed by telephone at noon Wednesday that a bomb hidden on the premises would explode in 30 minutes. He called police, who responded promptly, bringing with them the fire department. The store was evacuated. Nothing happened. "I have the highest praise for both the police and the fire departments," declared Bottemiller, "they were very efficient and their co-operation was great." OPENING AUG. 2, 1971 THREF- FEP TURE sHOWt 107 W. RAILROAD-426-4486 ,. ~00 ,lAgS" ENTIAL-REAL Jack Richeson and Judy Angel in "SOUTHERN COMFORTs" --plus-- SUsan Stewart and Vic Lance in (X) rated "LILA,, equired. REID L. "MITCH" MITCHELL, BROKER Whether you save a few dollars a month, or by the wagonload, we have a savings program here at TCF to fit your plans. We call it our Family Savings Plan . . . because it's designed to suit every family's budget, and help start them on the road to a systematic savings and investment program. Look at the chart below. Doesn't one of these plans fit your budget? Why settle for second best. Begin saving where you get the right combination of higher earnings and investment pro- tection. -All--- $|,000 MIN. I YEAR---S1,000 MIN. | 90 DAY--$5 MIN. REGULAR PASSIIO~ |N day his 41~ er~tngl 190 day less if earningsI • for early wl~lrawall for early withdrawal) | I * (WHEN COMPOUNDED DAILY, ACCUMULATED ANNUALLY) THURSTON COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION - ODMPIA . SHEk/ON . LACLIy • OLYMPIA--- Home Office • LACEY • SHELTON Branch Branch 41.~1 Market Square I 3 Railreed Avenue Thursday, July 29, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal- Page 11