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m e e e Boatmen operating vessels in an unsafe manner may now be ordered back to shore by Coast Guard boarding otficers under the Federal Boa! Safely Ac! of 1971. I he new law, which was signed by President Nixon August I Ith, gives (7oasl (;uard Boarding Officers the authority lo direci a boat operator to lake whatever immediate and reasonable steps are necessary for the safety of those on board a vessel. In the case of a vessel being operated in a manner which creates an especially hazardous condition to life, this would include, "directing the operator to return to mooring and remain there until the situation creating the hazard is corrected." Hazards which would warrant such action would be boats being used without sufficient lifejackets or firefighting devices or boats being used in an overloaded condition. Rear Admiral Joseph J. McClelland, Commander of the Thirteenth Coast Guard District, said, "The purpose of the new authority is not to inconvenience or harass boatmen but to prevent serious accidents before they occur and to save lives." Boatmen who fail to comply with the directions of the boarding officer may be cited for operating a vessel in a negligent manner so as to endanger life, limb or propety and may be arrested. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIii111111111111111111111111111111111111 Bowling News IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllll A meeting ot lhe Mr. & Mrs. ttandicap League has been set for 7 : 3 0 p.m. August 28 at the Tim ber Bowl. The league competes every Sunday at 5:45 p.m. ItltUllilllll August 27 a! 7:30 p.m. in the P.~.D. auditorium, ,,~he She[ton ~'~ Wb.meWs Bow~dng A~e,c~at~on w~'~ hJid its fall meeting All women bowJer~ arc urged Io atreTId tile nlccting because lhc dale of tt|c oil> rournamcnf will ..... be discussed, l'he bowlers will also decide lhc lime and localion of the tourney. In order Io make the tournament successlul, lhe SWBA needs more participation from [he area's lemale bowlers. inlllllnllll Tile organizaliorull meeting of the Ladies Thursday Trio bowling league will be held at the Timber Bowl at 11:30 a.m., September 2. There are still openings on teams. For further information, call 426-1004. iiiiiiiiilnll The Women's (k)mmerciat bowling league will meel Augusl 30 at 7:30 pro. at the Timber Bowl. Ilnlllllllll~ September 2 at 7:30 p.m. has been set as the time for the organizational meeting of the Sunday Mixed Foursome bowling league at the Timber Bowl. l iiinlllllll, There will be a meeting for all team captains and members of the Merchant Bowling League Augusl 26 starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Timber Bowl. Bowling will begin this year on September cO. , : ...................................... BILL ESSEX, who was born in Shelton and raised in Hoodsport, was initiated into the rodeo world aboard "Lee Franks" at the recent Omak Stampede. Essex hopes for a career in the dangerous sport when he completes service in the United States Navy. He competed at Omak while on leave. [ II I 'tO SELl. YOUR HOME Call A newcomer to the rodeo sport is Bill Essex, who celebrated his 21st birthday two weeks ago by riding a bareback horse named "Lee Franks" and "Sparky" at the Omak Stampede. Bill was born in Shelton and raised in ltoodsport, tie calls Don't worry, we can fix that windshield in a hurry with a at Ellensburg, Washington his home and has enjoyed the past thirty days on leave from the Navy with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Essex, and brother, Randy, at their Green Canyon Ranch in Ellensburg after his second tour of duty overseas aboard the USS Ranger. After he completes his service in the Navy, Bill will be making the rodeo circuit his career. His greatest ambition is to make the National Finals Rodeo m Oklahoma City in three or four years. He will go there as a guest of his parents in 1973. Bill will be riding extensively while in the states. He was especially proud on his first ride to be wearing a pair of turquoise and white chaps that his father had made for his birthday. At the ranch, Bill has .a registered, buckskin Quarterl~rie he calls "Cindy" which h will train for roping. 3rd & Grove "Where Your Windshield ie Guaranteed Not to Leak" Page 10 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, August 26, 1971 I Fraternal Captains and Officers Meeting 8 p.m., Timber Bowl III I II I II By JIM KNEELAND The overall outlook seems pretty good for Shelton's gridiron giants this year, according to head coach Jack Stark, even though they lost some lettermen. Returning lettermen who received their equipment include Ray Krumpols, Neal White, Terry Knight, Bob Crume, Tracy Armstrong, Dean Medcalf, Rob Settle, Don Nesth, Doug Long, Mark Wittenberg, Brad Oling, Shane Brooks, Bill Gray, Mike Sheetz, Duane Makoviney, and Tom Brigham. The number of those turning out is 51 and expected to climb. Coach Stark is extremely proud of the number of players turning out from the Hood Canal area. "There are five or six turning out from there and that is the best we have ever done." Stark said. When asked about the team's chances this year he said it all depends mostly on attitudes. "If we can capture the same attitude we had last year we have a good chance." Coach Stark also said this league is getting "pretty tough". He said Tumwater has to be the number one contender because they're getting everybody back but ''whenever 1 make predictions" he said, "1 leave us out because I believe we have to feel we can win every game and we have the talent to do it." Coach Stark also maintains North Thurston and Centralia should he tough with Chehalis a question mark due to a new coach. "We lost five offensive linemen to graduation last year, but we have enough man power to fill those gaps. What we need now is a middle linebacker," Stark continued. Stark also wanted to voice the competency of his staff assistants. "They're really underrated" he said, "they work hard to help do the job necessary for a good football team". Coaching this year are: Bill Brickert, defensive backs and offensive ends; Ran Ellis, centers and linebacks; Paul Johnson, offensive tackle, defensive ends; Mike Sims, offensive guards and defensive tackles; Fred Aberhamson, J.V.'s and scouting; Harlem Bittenveld, high school Scoutin~g Co-ordinator and freshman coach No matter who wins the league crown this year it is certain that Shelton football fans are going to see some competitive football played by their home team with great prospects yet to he cultivated such as Ace LeGault, plagued by injuries last year, and a new prospect named Barry Gesche. Shelton may just end up at the top of the heap. Reserved Seats Now On Sale el Shelton's OK Roofers, paced by the strong pitching performance of Dan Kauffman and the long-ball hitting of Don Andrews and Jerry Mallory, captured the Capitol Fastpitch League title in a playoff game . withOlymlQ~ia ,Brewers last week, Shelton Bayshore's third annual best ball sporting a thousand dollars in prizes was a roaring if wet success. Top honors were taken by the local team of Bob Walker and Dave Jackson for low gross with a 72 the first day and a 69 on Sunday for a total of 141 and by Ken Bacon and Dwight Bacon for low net with a 127. The Bacon Reserved seats for the 1971 Shelton High School football season are now on sale, according to Jim Willis, athletic director. This year's ticket will cost $6.00 and may be purchased in the Reed building office. More information may be obtained by calling 426-3502. Derby Winners Bob Thompson won first prize in the recent Ayock Beach Fishing Derby with a salmon weighing 8 lbs. 9 oz. Other prize winning fish were caught by Ronnie Blanchard, 7 "bs. 12 oz.; Bob Blanchard, 7 Ibs. 4 oz.; Eldon Smith, 6 lbs. 6 oz.; Bobby Thompson, 6 lbs. 5 oz.; Jerry Hanson, Gordon Egbert, Jerry Mayfield and Bob Croy. Ada Reyes was chairman for the event. Since the winner of the derby inherits the next year's chairmanship, Bob Thompson is 'it' for 1972. Are Announced A small but enthusiastic group turned out for the August 19 two-ball event held at Shelton Bayshore Golf Club. After an enjoyable social hour and potluck dinner prizes were awarded as follows: Low (;ross -- Garry Nicloy & Edie Davenport 2nd Low Gross - Tom Garrett & Gert Batstone. 1st Low Net - Bill Batstone & Hazel Durand. Tie 2nd Low net -Jack Jeffery & Francis Wilmorth; John Long & Hazel Durand. 3rd Low Net - Jim McComb & Norine Jeffery Closest to pin on No. 3 - Keith Simpson & Pat Preppernau Closest to pin on No. 7 - Frank Travis & Margaret Ellifson. For the most courageous effort a prize was given to Glenn Sawers & Ada Oltman. 7.'; Broken Glass Replaced Promptly Insurance Claims Handled Plate . Sheet * Thermopane * Mirrors Shower & Tub Enclosures Table Tops Aluminum Sash & Window~'- Screens - Storm Doors -- FREE ESTIMATES- 2226 Olympic Hwy. N, For Fast Service Phone 426-1152 Leroy Dale, Owner O0 Andrews swatted a two-run homer in the third inning, followed by Mallory's one-run triple. The two big blasts gave the Roofers a 3-2 advantage in the third, on their way to a 5-3 victory. Shelton's other scoring came in the singled, field, Orr dou across the pla~ The BreV in the leadoff bal on all The go' season with loss put place with Brothers of Alderbrook were also last year's winners. Second low net was taken by the duo from Everett, Bob Lee and G. Lynn with a 128 total for the two days. The Everett team beat the local team of Val Sienko and Glen Robertson by one stroke. Olympia Country Club's team of Dallas Vestal and Ken Endort finished an easy fourth with a 131. Five teams, including two teams from Shelton, finished tied for fifth. The only mark on a flawless tournament was a little rain, but the dedicated golfers carried on despite the inconvenience the precipitation caused. Oly. O.K. Kauffman O. K. Roofers Olympia BreWers "O'S Flying st. Robbins Cart L.D.S. II Centrali~ L.D.S. 1 St. Peters Hey, Turnout Slated Football turnout for Shelton eighth and ninth graders will be held August 30 at the Shelton Junior High School. Ninth graders will meet at 9 a.m. for instruction and issuance of Equipment. Eighth graders will be signed up at 2 p.m. Wherever you hail/rom you're welcome at our brewery. We have on every day ]rom 8 to 4:30. So drop in, up or over, etc. Olympia Brewing Company Now celebrating 75 years in the same locatiott, Tumwater, Washington. *Oly *