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September 30, 1971

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0binettes annual drive was culminated Friday afternoon. were served, took aside a new and Instructor C'hadora Forsythe girls learn a few With her sister helper. of what the do learn was then learned Clinic was Rhodes, Kim roslin and Kristie Contest Solo was shown by Thomason and a by Kristie g this a n of advanced now 'Ond rear with last year entered State r the first time and took second State Senior Team, Kristie Manke, and Terrie Moran place for senior Junior Team, Joslin, Karen White took or Junior Small Sept. 29. New 3.me any time so n Joining may of the Association, and they conned at the at Bordeaux on Force Technical A. Mattson, son Lawrence L. n, has arrived for AFB, Tex. a jet engine to a unit of which units for air ground forces. Cam Ranh /() : @ !i ~/ ;:i ~ !~/~iiii~71i!:;:!;;)i:!iil,; AMONG FINALISTS in this year's state 4-H bread baking championships was Pamela Bloomfield, 16 Hoodsport. Pamela received a blue ribbon for her entry in the State 4-H Fair at Puyallup last week. While judges watched she baked a batch of "popular muffins," the same recipe which earlier won the Mason County title for her. The state 4-H baking event was a feature of the Western Washington Fair. Pamela as the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bloomfield and is a junior at Shelton High School. Is Given On lations Reports from the field indicate voluntary compliance with President Nixon's Economic Stabilization Program continued to be a key factor in the wage-price-rent freeze in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska, Creath A. Tooley, Regional Director, Office of Emergency Preparedness, today announced in Seattle. On a region-wide basis, total complaints of alleged violations numbered 277 for the eight day period ending Tuesday, September 21. The majority of these cases involved prices. Many cases of alleged violation have been closed, either after investigation determined no violation existed, or after voluntary compliance was achieved. "There has yet to be a non-compliance case in our region turned over to the Justice Department" Mr. Tooley said. lie added, "However, we do have one or two cases now under investigation which may go that route." Public inquiries in the four state region now average about 300 per day. A majority of the questions being received by OEP, IRS and ASCS Offices are in some manner connected with rent. The Seattle OEP Regional Office has received 191 letters requesting exception to, or exemption from the freeze. To date, no request for an exception or exemption has been granted. t:inal Regional action has been taken on 130 cases - 39 by denial. ASK US ABOUT OAK PARK A PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMEN" HIMLIE REALTY, INC. Ph. 426-2646 t In recent correspondence to Congresswoman Julia Butler Hansen, the Department of Agriculture stated that agreement had been reached by the Federal Timber Purchasers Committee and the Forest Service on the payment methods for the purchase of timber taken from federal lands. State Parks Report No Drownings Not a single drowning occurred at any State Parks supervised swimming beach during the 1971 summer season. State Parks Director Charles H. Odegaard said this week, "The success of our water safety program is particularly significant in view of the parks' increased attendance which reached 20V2 million for the year in August. This is four million visitors more than were recorded for the same eight months in 1969, when we had two drownings, one on a guarded beach." Safety supervision is provided seven days a week throughout the summer season for swimming beaches at 1 7 state parks, including Belfair and Twanoh in Mason County. Odegaard explained the State Parks water safety program is two-fold - preventive and remedial. "As the state's water safety agency," he said, "we cooperate with the American Red Cross, the U. S. Coast Guard, boating clubs, the National Safety Council and other concerned organizations in safety education programs for the general public, in addition to providing our own State Parks lifeguards with the finest training available." Kamilche Grange Hall Every First & Third Music by the Tune Toppers im urc In the past, timber purchasers have been able to defer payment for harvested government timber until scaling was completed by offering a payment bond or negotiable security as collateral. Because the timber lay in the mill yards, in some instances, from six to nine months before scaling, the government complained that this amounted to an interest-free loan. Furthermore, the Office" of the Inspector General was dissatisfied with the lack of accountability which resulted from this delay. With the approval of former Secretary Freeman during the last administration and the present Secretary Hardin, the Forest Service was ready to abolish the deferred (mill deck) scaling method of payment, ttowever, at the insistence of Congresswoman Hansen, during her hearings of the Department of Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations this year, the Forest Service delayed this action until Sept. 1. Prior to that time discussions with the timber industry were to be conducted to resolve the controversy. The agreement reached by the industry and the Forest Service in meetings July 29 and 30 contained the following policy changes: 1. Payment bond and negotiable security coverage of stored logs will be discounted on all new sales advertised after Sept. 30. Payment guarantee will be limited to 30 days after removal from the sale area. plus the billing period. 2. The Forest Service and Industry will take prompt steps to develop a reliable log accountability system for use when deferred scaling is employed. 3. The Forest Service will continue to accept deferred scaling only under certain conditions. These arethat the private scaling bureaus or third party scaling, as currently IT DOESN'T take a majority to make a rebellion; it takes only a few determined leaders and a good cause. H. L. Mencken NO SINGLE man makes history. History cannot be seen, just as one cannot see grass growing. Boris Pasternak ~lllllnllnlllllllnll]llU]l]lllll]lrlll]llllll]lllllli : _== = The Dayton Community - -= Club held a special -=- meeting on September =E 14, 1971. Trustees were _== elected. It was decided to | " sell the hall to the - Nimrod Club. 1"llllllllnllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll~ || I| Come in and SAVE on all selections 5th & Cota Open 12 noon -- 8 p.m. weekdays established, will not be used on the mill deck; rather, Forest Service personnel will do the scaling, that the Forest Service retains the authority to approve, disapprove or discontinue mill deck scaling for just cause; and that the Industry and Forest Service will work to minimize loss and damage, if any, in log handling in mill yards. Also proposed is the developing of a more efficient means of product measurement by both the Industry and the Forest Service. This agreement is the result of a dispute that has existed for a number of years between the Federal government and the timber industry. ight! up "A meal in itself".., with 1/4 LB. OF PURE GROUND BEEFI Our special this week also includes: Golden French Fries and Cole Slaw with the Papa Burger A Regular $1.30 value NOW SPECIAL GOOD FRI. & SAT. a member of from the "Island of Refreshment" 1729 OLYMPIC HWY. N. * MT. VIEW RI NG- FR EE MS RATED BUY A CASE AT OUR REGULAR DISCOUNT PRICE 20 wt 30 wt. CASE 10/30 wt. CASE GALLON PRESTONE HIGHWAY ALL SIZES No Exchange Needed... Excise Tax Included MUD & 2 FOR ,95 -"12.95 Exchange EVERYDAY DISCOUNT PRICED YOU ARE NOT ONE OF OUR CUSTOMERS YOU ARE PAYING XIMATELY 40% TOO MUCH FOR YOUR AUTO PARTS end up FRI. & SAT. SPECIAL GALLON 20 OR 30 WT. EVERYDAY DISCOUNT PRICED AT ANTI- FREEZE MOTOR OIL For Ford qle Products EACH Rebuilt 5 exch. to | i OELO or CASE | Friday & Saturday Special SPECIAL ODD LOT PICK YOUR OWN EACH ex. FORD ......... 111.95 ex. OLDS, PONT., BUICK 18.95 ex. CHRYSLER Products 26.95 ex. IIIIII II eel 1 Gallon Anti-Freeze For 2 Junk Batteries Thursday, September 30, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 23