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August 12, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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ifrlsu s ~: ~ :~ 7:~¸ i~ii! i¸ ~iili~ SPECTACULAR ACTION such as this bull rider trying desperately to hang on to his animal, will be featured at the Rodeo being held in connection with the Mason County Fair. There wili be afternoon performances of the rodeo Aug. 21 and 22 at the Fair Grounds at Sanderson Field. The rodeo is a new addition to the fair activities this year. mployme atives of the U. S. will .Is in of Aug. 16 to arian on ere. John E. !rector of lhe ce m Seattle, in t, said among the COUntry thal1 ieally selecte( section cf the Uch the Bureau ath for the U. provides measure of ~nemployment Xample, on a basis, the Yment rate per cent in May In JUne. Total me-half million te sa~r~e level as Information supplied by statistical totals in which no households in this area include individuals participating in the individual or household can be Mrs. Alene F. Riehle, Tacoma and survey is confidential by law and identified• M rs. Roberta L. Curfman, resulls are used only to compile Interviewers who will visit Olympia. Banner Gets David Benjamin Banner was graduated from Seattle Pacific College with a BA Education degree during Summer Commencement ceremonies, August 5th. Ite was presented the award hy Dr. F. Wesley Walls, Dean of ge Degree Liberal Studies. He is the son of Mr. Bennie Banner and a 1965 graduate of Shelton High School. Guest speaker at the ceremony was the Honorable Robert B. Dunn, Chairman of the King County (Washington) Council• The ceremony was held at the First Free Methodist Church near the SPC campus. David joined over 80 graduates in receiving degrees. Nearly 500 students have graduated from the College in 1971. Conner Asks For Hearing On Ferry Representative Paul Conner (D-24th Dist.) today asked the Legislative Transportation Committee to conduct a hearing at an early date on the Port Is as near as Your phone! That's right, • as near as your phone. tlSt dial... :/:i: !{11 " lv%rWe Will take ii:/ ,, Order. " k'P"s .'" " " • • • 85˘ $5.98 L.P.'s . . $4.50 "" " • • $3.50 8-Track Tapes . $5.50, OPen 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. • ..;7¸ ... .i.}i:~..i: . ,.. Broken Glass Replaced Promptly Insurance Claims Handled • Plate - Sheet • Thermopane • Mirrors • Shower & Tub Enclosures • Table Tops • AlUminum Sash & Windows -- Screens -- Storm Doors -- FREE ESTIMATES- 2226 Olympic Hwy. N. For Fast Service Phone 426-1152 Leroy Dale, Owner ..... Townsend-Keystone (Whidbey Island) ferry run. "Olympic Ferries, the private operators of the ferry route, have indicated that they will have to go out of business unless they are permitted to suspend operations between October 16, and next April 15," Representative Conner said in a lc,ter to the committee chairman, Senator AI Henry. "It seems unfair that a private company should be forced to continually take severe losses on a route that properly should be a part of the state ferry system." the 24th District legislator, a member of the transportation committee, said Olympic Ferries have sustained losses of some $45,000 in operating the run. "If the State Utilities and Transportation Commission turns down the request for suspension of the service between October and April, the company will go out of business and the Olympic Peninsula Will be without this "7:': e connection to the east," he said. Representative Conner sponsored a section of the legislativestudy act for the committee directing that it investigate the financial difficulties on the Port Townsend-Keystone route• Homelit 150 Automatic Chain Saw Automatic oiling for bar and cutting chain adjustable for hght o~ heavy-duty cutting. Automatic all-weather starter for quick 'n easy starting. Automatic one-piece clutch - the industry's sim-~ Nest. most /_ _u.uy _\ reliable clutch./~I,~Q~ Come in and I I'I"1~' see the 150 - \ sM:2u?cntu[,*2, wortd'o ~'~'*' \ suggested retad . chain saw value!~=' ~ ~=i~#, It has all the tea- tures you'd expect on more expensive models. MOTOR SHOP 1306 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4602 A sudden increase in traffic deaths and the mid-summer hot spell hit the State of Washington at approximately the same time, according to the Washington Traffic Safety Commission. The traffic death toll for July was 83, bringing the year's count Tacoma More than 500 librarians and library trustees of the Northwest will meet in Tacoma, Aug. 18-20 for the 61 st annual conference of the Pacific Northwest Library Association, to be held at Pacific Lutheran University. Among those registered for the conference are Mrs. Morley Kramer, librarian at the Shelton City Library, and Mrs. Shirley Beelik, librarian at the Washington Corrections Center. Association business will take only a brief spot on the conference program. Most of the time will be devoted to exploring ways and means of recognizing and using local history in c o m m u nity libraries. Exhibits, lectures and workshops have been arranged to "show and tell" what history is all about, with emphasis on history as it is being made day by day. "We think this year's conference program is one of the most innovative in PNLA's own history," said Mrs. Ruth llamilton, program chairman. "'Almost everyone is interested in some aspect of history, and the workshops and lectures planned for the conference will give ideas to every librarian which can be used in his own community." A highlight of the three-day program will be the concluding "International" banquet at which past presidents of the association will be honored. Eighteen of them are expected to attend. MEN WILL confess to treason, murder, arson, false teeth, or a wig. How many of them will own up to a lack of humor'? Frank Moore Colby THE DESIRE of knowledge, like the thirst of riches, increases ever with the acquisition of it. Laurence Sterne CORRECT F(bRMAL WEAR Complete Tuxedo Rental Service Men's Women's 409 Railroad to 485. Last year the number of deaths through July totaled 486. The July, 1970 count was 86. Commission Director Clifford E. Aden stated the number of traffic deaths registered during the last 15 days of July almost doubled the number killed during the first half of the month. Thirty died between July 1 and July 15, compared with 53 the last 15 days. "Good weather the last three weeks of July brought more Washingtonians out onto the highways. However, motorists apparently failed to adjust their driving to the sudden increase in traffic and good weather. ''These needless, heartbreaking tragedies were a result of careless driving• It is the II Available in lO0's of colors. CAN 1332 Olympic Hwy. S. responsibility of every motorist to eliminate these errors. We can and must do a better job out on the highway." Speed and failure to grant the right-of-way were the leading driver failures contributing to July's fatal collisions. Traveling at excessive speed or too fast for conditions contributed to 22 fatal collisions. Failure to yield the right-of-way resulted in 18 mishaps. Improper passing, crossing over the centerline and disregarding traffic signs or signals led to 15 fatal crashes. Thirty-seven persons killed were drivers, 36 were passengers, 4 were pedestrians, 3 were riding bicycles, two were driving motorcycles and one person fell from a moving vehicle. PAINTS 426-4522 INTRODUCING SOMETHING NEW FROM THOSE INNOVATIVE PEOPLE DOWN AT TCF! Here's exciting news for everyone who wonts to get o little more mileage out of their han:l- earned money. Now, for the first time in o long time, you don't have to be a big saver to earn the highest insured interest rote available in the state. Because, beginning this week, you con now earn o big 6% on your savings and investment= at TCF when you begin with as little as only $1,000, invested for a two year period. That's right! TCF has lowered its 6% earnings requi,ement from $5,000 to just $1,000 in order to allow more people to take advantage of the higher interest rate. And, remember too, TCF's 6% interest rate is really 6.18% when.compounded doily and accumulated annually. So why settle for less. Isn't it time you began saving your money here with the friendly people at TCFP THURSTON COUNTY FEDERAl, AVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OLYMPIA. SHELTON • IJ~EY • OLYMPIA ..- Home Office • LACEY • SHELTON Branch Branch 4131 Merket 5quere 313 R~lrued Avenue Thursday, August 12, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 17