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September 2, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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/ Library Fall/Winter schedules. COmmunity a I][1 o n [ h the week (for Mondays, Tuesdays, mo lie Patrons borrowing books, magazines or records may return them to the bookmobile or to any Timberland Regional Library in the district. In Mason County, the comnmnity library is the North Mason Library in Belfair. No fines are charged for overdue books. Any materials not ule ol available on the bookmobile,Olympia Public Library at including magazines, pamphlets, 352-0595, or visit the North books, films and records, may be Mason Library. The North Mason requested, as the resources in five Library is open on Friday from counties are available throughout twelve to five and on Saturday the region, from ten to one, and is located in For further information about the Belfair TV Shop. bookmobile schedules, dial the The fall schedule is: M-1 West Shore... Hood Canal 1st and 3rd Mondays: Sept. -, 20. Oct. 4, 18. Nov. 1, 15. Dec. 6, 20. Jan. 3, 17. Feb. 7, 21. Mar. 6, 20. Apr. 3, 17. May 1, 15. June 5. d (3) (Adults) N'2 CUshman Lake Skokomish Valley 2nd and 4th TueMays" Sept. i4, 28. Oct. 12, 26. Nov: 9, 23. Dec. 14, 28. a~. 11,25. Feb. 8, 22. Mar. 14, 28. pr. 11 25 May 9 23 June 13. Bourgault g ell 2naM'3 South Shore...Hood Canal ,. ~t and 4th Wednesdays: Sept. 8, 22 ~et. 13, 27. Nov. 1'0, 24. Dec. 8, 22.' an. 12, 26. Feb. 9, 23. Mar. 8, 22. Apr. 12, 26. May 10, 24. June 14. 276 ).SS0 Hi. Bldg. IVl-4 Grapeview School. .Mason Lake 2na ttartstene...Agate 0.~ and 4th Thursdays: Sept. 9, 23. j~nt. 14, 28. Nov. 1 I, -. Dec. 9, 23. A 13, 27. Feb. 10, 24. Mar. 9, 23. Pr. 13, 27. May I 1,25. June 8. 9:30-9:45 9:50-10:00 10:15-10:25 10:35-10:55 11:15-12:15 Lunch 1:15-1:35 1:45-2:00 2:1%2:45 2:50-3:05 3:15-3:30 9:20-9:40 9:50-10:10 10:15-10:30 10:40-1 l:00 11:10-11:40 Lunch 12:30-12:45 12:50-1:10 1:20-1:40 1:45-2:05 2:15-2:35 2:40-3:10 3:15-3:30 2:00-3:00 3:10-4:00 4:10-4:30 4:35-5:00 Lunch 5:45-6:00 6:10-6:25 6:40-8:00 I :00-2:00 2:20-2:40 3:00-3:45 D Wildey 3:55-4:00 E Benson's Corner 4:10-4:30 F Timberlake Sates Office 4:40-5:00 Lunch G Agate Store 5:40-6:40 H Agate Rd. Trailers 6:45-7:00 M-5 North Shore...Hood Canal 1st and 3rd Fridays: Sept. 3, 17. Oct. 1, 15. Nov. 5, 19. Dec. 3, 17. Jan. 7, 21. Feb. 4, 18. Mar. 3, 17. Apr. 7, 21. May 5, 19. June 2. A Bayshore Grocery B Catfish Lake C Allyn D Victor E Mission Creek F Terra Linda G Livingston H Cady I Tiger Lake J Union River K Bear Creek M-6 Shelton North & South 2nd and 4th Mondays: Sept. 13, 27. Oct. 11, -. Nov. 8. 22. Dec. 13, 27. Jan. 10, 24. Feb. 14, 28. Mar. 13, 27. Apr. 10, 24. May 8, 22. June 12. A Hiway 1 0 1 -Pleines B Mill Creek Rd.-Gigstead C Fir Lane D John's Prairie-Moore E Arcadia Rd-Smith F Southside School (Adults) G Channel Point H Swope I Arcadia Shores J Totten Shores K Fawn Lake (2) L Hiway 10 l-Isabella Lake M Shelton Manor M-7 Matlock... Island Lake 2nd and 4th Fridays: Sept. 10, 24. Oct. 8, 22. Nov. 12, 26. Dec. 10, -. Jan. 14, 28. Feb. 11,25. Mar. 10, 24. Apr. 14, 28. May 12, 26. June 9. A Matlock Rd.-Maple Court B Campbell C Dayton Grange D Hickson E Matlock Loop (3) F Deegan Rd. - Brewer G Island Lake-Hidden Haven H Island Lake Circle (3) I Lost Lake-Dick 9:15-9:35 9:45-10:00 10:!0-10:30 10:40-11:00 11:20-11:40 11:45-12:00 Lunch 12:40-1:20 1:30-1:45 2:10-2:30 2:40-3:00 3:05-3:20 9:00-9:20 9:25-9:45 10:10-10:30 10:40-11:00 11:15-11:45 Lunch 12:30-12:45 12:55-1:15 1:20-1:30 1:40-2:00 2:05-2:20 2:35-2:50 3:00-3:15 3:20-3:40 9:00-9:20 9:30-9:40 9:50-10:10 10:30-10:50 11:00-12:00 Lunch 12:50-1:10 1:30-1:50 2:00-2:45 .3:10,,3:30 @ Im ance passed same month last year, an increase to preserve the natural the yearof 15.5 per cent. environment may be a factor in the park "And we would have had a lot the increased enthusiasm for more, if we'd had room for outdoor recreation. on visitors them," was the consensus among State Parks officials are ~g the parks rangers in the 70 state parks wondering if 1971 attendance will OVer 700 000 which provide overnight camping, climb as high as 30 million for the logged for' the "After all spaces were filled, we year. If it does, that will bring the had to turn away hundreds more twenty-year total ~o just under a every night," rangers reported, quarter of a billi,,n - beginning As it was, nearly half a million with a count of 164,000 for the people did camp out in stateyear 1950 and soaring every year I~1-I parks in July more than half of since to present jam-packed levels. these (251,866) in trailers. Fifty Relief for disappointed thousand camped offshore in would-be campe,s is in sight tdicate that their own boats and balance were through several l:,rograms being aent rose tent campers, readied for commission :l-July, In 1960, when the state'sconsideration. One is a reservation to population totaled 2.8 million, system which, if app'roved, would t he state parks attendance totaled 6.9 be started in 15 to 20 parks in 'ecurity million. In 1970, when the time for next summer. Anotheris population count had reached 3.4 a special bond issue to finance was in million, the parks attendance had emergency park improvements, :ch rose zoomed to 23 million. So which the state legislature could ,800 to population growth ',done does not place on the 1972 election ballot. farm fully explain the increase in parks M eanwhile, over 8 00 21,000 usage. Public awareness of campsites are being built in 11 the job ecological problems and the need parks during the current in )Utes and biennium, 160 of these by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. And for those who still arrive too late for space in a state park, a Parks-Highways cooperative program is underway to provide overnight camping areas adjacent to safety rest areas on the state's Scenic and Recreational Highways system and other highways. S Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sullivant, Box 122 Grapeview, a boy, August 30. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Simons, Rt. 1, Box 570, a boy, August 30. Mr. and Mrs. James Lee Williams, Rt. 3, Box 761, a boy, August 30. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Olson, 1904 Jefferson, a boy, August 30. Vernment )Y 19,000 School for the Yment Canning ruit and ell as in rks and :e-bound activities all gains Ldustries. eclined anth to drop in rner job 3rk. Of 30 had federal n's Now Has A New Telephone Number THIS IS ABSOLUTELY THE LAST WEEK FOR OUR COUPON BOOK SPECIAL $36.45 VALUE 95 In By DEE WILLIAMSON and etc. float by you. Or go for a As 1 was going for a walk walk in the woods and see a yesterday I overheard two small picnic area with all the paper girls, ages four and six, wondering cups, sacks and napkins flying in why cars passing by, threw their the breeze. If this isn't a beautiful bottles in front of their house, l sight to you, please help Smokey stopped to talk to them and asked and I keep our state clean. them if they ever accidentally left I f t he rate of garbage paper or other trash around. They continues to grow at the present got a proud look on their faces rate, we could all be knee deep in and said "no, we're both it within the next ten years. Next Smokey's helpers." They went on time you think of tossing a small to explain how they saw Smokey gum wrapper out your window, one day and now they were going remember that you're adding to to help him and all his nice mountains of trash. rangers pick up the messes that Sinokey and 1 have been other people left behind, trying to spread an important Litter is the ugly things we are message to everyone this summer. filling our parks, lakes and 1 hope we have reached everyone highways with. lsn't it a beautiful of all ages, not only the one to sight to go boating in the Canal nine year olds. and watch beer cans. paper plates Plan For Timber Is Distribution Told Forbes M. Bruce, Regional comparing small business D i r e c t o r, S B A, S e a t t le, purchases to total sales for the Washington, announced this week 5-year period, 1966-1970. that a plan to protect the Beginning in December 1971, competitive position of small the Forest Service will analyze business in the timber industry timber sales every 6 months. was made public by the Secretary When small business purchases fall of Agriculture Clifford Hardin 1 0 per cent below the base and Admimstrator Thomas S. average share, set-asides will be Kteppe of the Small Business automatically instituted for the Administration. next sales period. "Set-asides" are The agreement provides a sales which will be awarded only formula for determining the share to a small business bidder. of timber offered for sale by the The Forest Service will give U. S. Forest Service, Departmenl SBA the opportunity to review, of Agriculture, which should be prior to public announcement, all assured to small business, proposed sale programs involving According to the plan, a "base sales estimated at $2,000 or more. average" share for small business In addition, SBA may review the timber sales will be determined small business program at field for each National Forestor offices of the Forest Service. significant marketing area, by Questions concerning the program should be directed to the nearest U. S. Forest Service Office or to Small Business Library To Use Administration, 710 Second Avenue, Seattle, Washington Borrower Cards 98104. By MORLEY KRAMER The Shelton Public Library will be issuing identification cards beginning Sept. 1. These identification cards will assist the staff in locating overdue material more readily. This action has become necessary because of the number of books that have been lost through inaccurate addresses. To obtain an identification -'card, patrons should bring a piece of identification with their current address on it, such as a drivers license or a piece of mail with a current post mark on it, to the library. The cards will then be issued to the patron. Parents may get cards for all the members of their family when they get their own. TRADE YOUR HOME Call 426-2646 This match can still burn a forest. This one can't. .0 seconds .... made the difference. If thru our q/, You, the bride can choose your . . e, ,: t * GLASSWARE * SILVER * STAINLESS and at your leisure at 5th & Franklin I '72's Now Arriving for Immediate Delivery! These'71's at Reduced Prices to $1534 Plus Excise Tax Refund] Direct from mfg. if repealed. 20-CHEVS and OLDS 9-CHEVS 1/2 & 3/4 PICKUPS 1-EL CAMINO '69 Chev -Ton Pickup H. [3. suspension, long box. Reg. $2295. '69 Olds Luxury Sedan Full power, vinly roof. Reg. $3295. '69 Torino Spt. Cpe. Factory air, vinyl roof. Reg. $2195. $1895 '68 Olds "98" Ht. Cpe. 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Reg. $1595. $1 295 "64 Jaguar "XKE" Coupe Chrome wire wheels. Reg. $2195. "60 Falcon Coupe 6 cylinder, 3-spd., Reg. $395 '63 Olds "98" Hol. Cpe. Bucket seats, console, FM Radio, full power. Join MeWs $100 Birthday Club '70 Maverick Big "6", auto., radio. Reg. $1795. $1595 '67 Olds Luxury Sedan Full power, vinyl roof. Reg. $1995. $1795 '65 Galx. 500 Ht. Cpe. Power Strg., auto. Reg. $995. '56 STUDE V8, 3-speed. Reg. $395 QUICK PARTS & SERVICE MONDAY-SATuRDAY Rental / Lease Cars M.I.C. Insurance Thursday, September 2, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 9