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September 23, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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President Richard Nixon's wage and price freeze was a step in the right direction, State Sen. Martin Durkan told the audience at a Democrat salmon barbecue Saturday evening in the Memorial Hall. Durkan was the speaker for the program which followed the salmon feed. He stated he did not fault the president for tax relief to business, which was long overdue. The president, he said, did not take into consideration that the individual taxpayer needs relief also. This should be done, Durkan said, to revitalize consumers. He stated he favors the institution of consumer tax credits to stimulate buying. He stated he also favored trying to do something to roll back taxes on the single family residence. The tax system of the state needs recons.titution, Durkan stated. State government, he said, can no longer respond to the needs of the people. There were so many bills introduced in the last session of the legislature that the legislative machinery failed. Durkan stated he believed the legislature should be able to redistrict the state, and, if they did not, the federal courts would do it for them. In other comments, Durkan: - S t a t e d that present unemployment in south King County was 26 per cent, and that the picture was not going to turn around over mght. - Said he was not opposed to increasing taxes when necessary, but, this was not the time. - Would rather pay public employees a better salary and get higher quality work rather than increase the number of public employees. - Said the last session of the legislature held the line on wage increases for public employees, and, then found that right after the session the private sector of the economy raised wages and prices. - Criticized the U. S. Department of Agriculture for not releasing surplus food stored at the Whidby Island Naval Base for hungry people in the state. Stated those on drugs need help and should have it. - Backed mandatory jail sentences for those who push drugs for profit. - Stated the creation of the Department of Social and Health Services was a big boondogle which had created many problems. Commented he believed there is room in the Democrat party for everyone. Durkan left right after finishing his remarks for Sanderson Field where he caught a plane to Bellingham where he was substituting for Sen. ttenry M. Jackson at an event there. State Sen. Gordon Sandison was mastor of ceremonies and introduced Durkan. County Approves Plan For Voter Listing MRS. K. N. STORDALEN, left, sells a membership in the Shelton Community Library Association to Mayor Frank Travis in preparation for the association's membership drive which starts Sept. 27. Mrs. Stordalen is co-chairman of the drive with Mrs. Allison Stewart. Memberships are available at the Shelton City Library. Mrs. Stordalen said the association plans to have Ira Springs here for an appearence Dec. 2. e New JOM Parents of Indian children in Tuesday of the month at 7:30 the Kamilche school district met p.m. Se p t. 2 0 to form a new The purpose of the committee Johnson-O'Malley committee, is to work and plan with the Henry Fletcher was named school board in expanding better chairman and Virginia Sigo educational programs for the vice-chairman. A voting Indian Children in the committee of five members was community. also selected. The next meeting of the The committee will meet at committee will be Oct. 5. the Kamilehe School on the first The Mason County Commissioners Monday voted to put part of the county on a proposed computer relzistration li~' before the gel, ~ ~'cctio, Nov. 2 to see how it worked. Robert Morse, of Allied Data, :._. the ..?Omhli ;',ion se . :[ ,'r counties were using the system and that he could do part of the county in time for the general election for $2,250. County Auditor Ruth Boysen recommended the commission port :rod other districts they are eligible to vote in. The commission approved an *;8,0('~) sur.' ' .... ~ bu-tget for the 1 trey also approved the transfer of $18,199.4"~ from the rc~ No. 2 t:) current expense to pay for check protectors-for the auditor's and treasurer's offices, an addressograph machine for the treasurer's and assessor's offices, a projector for the extension office, County Sets Hearing (Contim,"d fr,,r- 0ago 1) contractual services which was budgeted for this year. The county road department budget anticipates $1,340,965 in revenue and in expenditures. The budget includes $449,000 Chamber Group Names Officers Shelton Chamber of Commerce trustees, at their meeting Friday morning, re-appointed R. W.Oltman as secretary-manager and Ken Fredson as treasurer. The trustees approved the project of the Merchant accept the proposal to see how it an electric typewriter for the for construction, $546,770 for Committee for blocking Third WouIdwork. '7~-'&h~sa'il'~'bffiee, a reader printer maintenance of roads and and Fourth Sts. between C0ta and" The proposal is to Ig~ t~:ir~ ~i:~tH~ld'O~ co~r.rt,~..air~ $95,(100 for administration. It Railroad Oct. 2 for aL car show' printed list of voters which tells conditioners for the assessor,also includes a $35,195 item for a nd downtown business which of H~e various school, fire, treasurer and jail. radio, promotion. For Street The Shelton City Commission, at its meeting Tuesday awarded a contract to Pacific Sand and Gravel Co., Centralia, for the street improvements included under LID 23. The Pacific Sand and Gravel bid of $39,326.96 was low of three received on the project. Other bidders were Ronald Wilder, Olympia, $43,582.60 and Olympia Oil and Wood Co., Olympia, $52,227. The contract was awarded on the recommendation of the city engineer. Engineering Aid Dennis Colvin reported that the James B. Davis Construction Co. had started work on the new water line on Northcliff and that the street improvement project on San Joaquin Ave. was progressing well. Police Chief Frank Travis reported two members of his department were going to a drug control school in Olympia. Spot Fires Are Put Out Department of Natural Resources fire crews put out three spot fires during the past week as the dry, east wind heightened the fire danger. The first fire was at the Dr. Douglas Larson farm in the Shelton Valley, which occured about 1 p.m. Thursday. The second was at the John MacRae residence at Turtle Lake, which occured about 3:45 p.m. Thursday. It burned over about one tenth of an acre. The third fire was in a swamp at the ttarry Kidd ranch on Panhandle Lake Road. 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(Only 2 feet wide) Install it where the wash is- kitchen, bath, nursery...any- where you can get adequate wir- ing, plumbing and venting. Model WCDAS Washer ... $254.95 Model OAS Dryer ..... $154.95 Buy the pairl Together they' re just ! Spacesaver / II wider FRIGIDAIRE / fast, cool, clean, easy, fun way tocook , .,-,rowave Oven cooks in Frigida re iv,,~ ~o less time than conven- up to 75 4s Cooks cool. because tional ill~tnv~" Cooks microwaves heat only food. clean, because oven walls and dishes stay cool. food spatters don't bake on. Easy to operate. Fun, creative cooking. Portable. Plugs into any separate 3-wire. grounded 115 volt outlet. FRIGIDAIRE MARK OF EXCELLENCE Simple 3-step Cook-Master turns oven on and off at times you select.. even if you're not there. Glass window oven door lifts off for easy clean- ing. Infinite heat surface unit controls. Electric clock. Model RCM-37S LUMBI RMEN'S Of Shelton * 426-2611 M "Building County" Page 2 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, September 23, 1971 / / Vegas, Impa s, Wagons, '71 KINGSWOOD ESTATE 3-SEAT WAGON DELTA HOLIDAY SEDAN "455" Turbohydra., tint. glass, whitewalls, discs, tilt wheel, steering, brakes, vinyl roof. Reg. $5041. Sale $4190. 3-Seat, tinted glass, air, remote mirror, radio, 300 h.p., turbohydramatic, p. steering, p. disc brakes, whitewalls, tilt wheel. Reg. $5603.90. SALE $4538.00. SAVE SAVE EL CAMINO V8 Turbohydra., steering, clock, radio, rally wheels, posi., vinyl top. $3936. New Dreamliner Motorhome SELF CONTAINED. REG. $10,800 ......... 4-New Security Campers 9' & 11' 9 Ft. FRONT KITCHEN, 6 SLEEPER, WALL HEATER, REG. $1915. SALE $1645 .............. New Longhorn 3/4,Ton ,Secudq H SELF CONTAINED 1 1 Ft. REGULARLY $7943 .................... '70 Camaro apt. Cpe. Rally apt. "307", turbo, p.s., stereo tape, console. '69 TORINO SPT. CPE. ;Fcty. air, vinyl roof, 302 V8, radio. Reg. $2]95. NOW S1895 '68 Olds 98 Htp. Cpe. Full power incl. windows and seats. Reg. $2195. NOW $1795 '67 MUSTANG 289 v8, p.s., cruisomatic, radio. Reg. $1495. NOW $1295 '70 Olds Delta Royale Full power incl. windows, and trunk. Exec. Demo. B IG, BIG DISCOUNT -- Beautiful! '69 Bel Air 4-Dr. Sedan VS, p.s., auto., radio. Reg. $1795. NOW '68 MONZA 110 CPE. 4-speed, radio. Excellent. ONLY '67 BARRACUDA V8, 4-speed, radio, console. Reg. $1495. NOW $~32s '67 Olds Luxury Sed. Full power,radio, vinyl roof. Reg. $1995. NOW See the Number One Service Dept. for complete service! '66 Olds Starfire Cpe. Full power, tilt wheel, radio, wire wheels. NOW $1395 69 Chrysler 4 Dr. Newport Cust. 383 v8, steering, brakes, automatic, radio 60/40 seat. '65 OLDS F-85 SEDAN P.S., auto, radio. Excellent.ONLY '64 Buick Skylark Sed. P.S., auto, radio. Reg. $895. NOW '63 Olds 98 Hol. Cpe. Full power, console, FM radio. Excellent. ONLY '60 Falcon 2-Dr. Cpe. 6-cylinder, radio. Reg. $395. NOW NOW 1St. & Grove e 4 WHEEL Dome lamP switch F & R shockS, F. H.R. spring t u rbohydra., batt., f. seat, tires. Reg. $4250. SAVE NOW I 68 Pont. C V8, steering, tilt wheel, ra( '69 Chev V8, 4-sic e, s u s pensio~ 7:00x15 tire NOW '68 C, 327 V8, console, v ln Reg. $209b. '67 Impal P.S. P.B., .a.q $14~5.NOW J '67 cUTLJ V8, p.S. au $169~5. I~lOW J "67 INT. 1 Big '6"t,.,P $1595. Nu J '64 Fairlar P.S., autO, r ONLY J on a pickUP;