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October 21, 1971

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present law users must file POST monthly detailed tax reports and V. Cochran has been the new system will simplify of the Pale Alto procedures for small businessmen. anch office of DL'S CORNER BUsiness Machines With reports of snow in the Field Engineering pass and in the higher elevations, ~hich installs andit seems as though winter is well on handling on its way to becoming a equipment and reality... systems. He was One of the best ways to face the division's it, is the prospect of warm center in Rochester, hospitable people waiting on you in our friendly local stores while Cochran you capture some of the best from Grays bargains to be found anywhere... and joined IBM in Just a few of the bargains to engineer in be had this weekend are... is married to At LUMBERMEN'S OF A. Brinkly of SHELTON where the Frigidaire live at 20756 skinny-mini washer and fall Saratogawith garden values share the spotlight. Manager Larry Knutzen has really RULES slashed the prices on the garden 1 goodies, but don't wait too long. This time of year, specially priced uSinessmen usingitem's really move fast.. In their operation Need snow tires for the family OPportunity to cut buggy? If so, drive into and simplify SHAUB-ELLISON and let the 2.keeping starting crew fit it with the goingest tires around... Paul H. Grab 'era Monday is the of the interim theme at MILLER'S this week. Littee on vehicle a hearing in Manager Ron Elledge is going to to consider move some special items with a to the Monday Only ticket, so don't miss it this Monday... authored the HARVEY'S, Olympia Feed 1971 session Co., is opening the doors this 7,000 diesel Friday at 9 a.m. Oct. 22. service stationsAccording to manager Mark If they can Williams, the store is still in the new rules, truckprocess of getting ready for its raerely have to grand opening, but stop in and not have to filetake a look around, anyway. Also, check the ad in this week's Journal to find some top-notch Service station the diesel specials... At PENNEY'S, you'll find a thishard-to-beat buysduring the a year end-of-the-month clearance. o the state, when Manager Clint Harrington has Those wishing gathered many items together to use may make this e.o.m, one of the refunds. that under the greatest ever... Walt Rybacki, owner of TED'S STEAK HOUSE, has a dinner special you shouldn't miss fv for this weekend. A scrumptious t0 Jasli . fried chicken dinner, with all of the mouth watering goodness of a mg quarters home cooked meal and, none of part time the work... able to fry Ross Gallagher and Richard Anderson seem to have a going $250 or best business in the IT'S OVER HERE 37. $10/21 STORE, a record and tape center. man's They even plan on having on Shelton instruments in the location on 5th 589. L10/21 street between Railroad and "ken basket to Cota... 5, Box 175 at At MILLER'S SHOE SALON n on Mt. you'll find that Kirk Criner, manager, is selling the entire stock of women's boots at a f root beer to ridiculously low price. Run in 2, Box 240 Drive-In on soon and take a look... Ken Chapman, owner of EVERGREEN DRUG CENTER, Oct. has many items on sale this week from that seem to be just right for this time of year. You'll find they are re nuf! That's all "just right" for the family... ling carpets.Everyone seems to be looking ~ooer $1. for "Herbie sez", trademark for OLYMPIC PAINTS & YOU've seen it MANUFACTURING CO. ,n withsand Understand that if a worthy organization would like it's ~TURDAY, rummage sale or bake sale '. Furniture,advertised, to contact Olympic :s, campers, Paints and advise them of the and used. South date... Olympia. That's -30- for this week, ,m South but remember what Lao-Tsze 10/21 wrote, "Govern a great nation as as is $75.you would cook a small fish. (Don't overdo it.)" -DL "uck, twin Phone ith hyster, 5-4477 or Garage Sale The Assorted Livestock Growers 4-H Club is planning a garage sale at the Lake Limerick Stables from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 30. ;ITTING in ORGANIZED CHARITY is doing good for good-for-nothing people. Elizabeth Barrett Browning CAPITAL Your aocount transferred free are in the United States. $NELToN -- First & Railroad, 426-8211 (~ly.._. Home Office: Olympia .... ',Pta -- Montelulno -- Vancouver -" 5nelton :iline For Price List Information The Office of Emergency Preparedness announced today that merchants must have a list of ceiling prices available for public inspection on or before November 1, 1971. The list, from which the seller is required to provide information, must be available at the place of sale. George Lincoln, Director of the Office of Emergency Preparedness, ruled that the ceiling price list may be a single master list for the entire establishment or, alternatively, separate lists of ceiling prices for each section or department of the establishment. Until the ceiling price information is available, sellers must provide this information in accord with new procedures outlined today by the Office of Emergency Preparedness. The new procedure, to be promulgated in the Federal Register, requires that: (a) There shall be posted on each floor of the seller's establishment at least one sign, (minimum of 30 inches by 40 inches) as specified below, announcing availability of ceiling price information: Information regarding the lawful ceiling price for any item sold by this store may be obtained by filling in a ceiling price information request form available at (specify location) and by handling it to (fill in). You will receive a speedy answer by mail. (b) There shall be made available in at least one location on each selling floor, "Ceiling Price Information Request Forms," as specified in the following illustration. Ceiling Price Information Request Form Please furnish me with your ceiling price for the following item sold in your store. Item. Retail Price (Describe) Style No. Dept. Where Sold Name Address Zip (c) The seller shall respond to each such written request for ceiling price information within 48 hours from receipt of request, using a form letter as specified below, and signed by the owner or by an officer of the company: To:Name Address City, Zip Dear In reply to your request, we are pleased to inform you that our ceiling price for is $ Sincerely, (Owner or Company Officer) Inn By BARBARA KNEELAN-i) Would you like a say in the management of the Inn Quest? If so, now is the time to get involved. The Inn Quest is seeking nominations for its Executive Board. Seven positions are open for nominations. All positions except that of Administrator may be occupied by youth. Nominations for the open positions will be taken at the Inn Quest on the weekends of October 22 and 23 and October 29 and 30 from 6 p.m. until 2 a.m. Elections will be held on the following Friday and Saturday, November 5 and 6. The elected must then be approved by the Board of Directors. The positions open are chairman, vice chairman, treasurer, secretary, administrator and program director. Among the chairman's duties are supervising all activites at the center, including presiding at all meetings of the Executive Board and of the general membership. The vice chairman aids the chairman, acts in his absence and performs other activities that the chairman directs. The duties of the secretary include keeping all the records of the executive board and of the S corporation. The secretary shall also give notice of all meetings. The treasurer's duties include handling all the funds and giving financial reports to the executive board and board of directors. Responsibilities of the program director include counseling the executive board in the purposes and objects of the corporation and supervising and assisting in the planning of programs. The office of administrator must be occupied by an adult. The administrator is director of the drop-in center and is responsible for carrying out the directions of the board of directors and the executive board. Anyone interested in becoming a member of the Inn Quest's executive board can gain more information by attending the Inn Quest on October 22, 23, 29 or 30 or by writing to the Inn Quest at 1400 Olympic Highway South, Shelton. Open House Set Shelton Pre-School will hold an Open House at 7 p.m. next Thursday in the United Methodist Church. _ I TUNE.UP NOW Make sure your car is running at peak efficiency by letting us tune Your car now before cold weather is here. Look to us for... Steam Cleaning... Brake Relining . . . and Major Repairs. C 5th & Railroad 426-1424 Two Ja e Two men, arrested in the Potlatch area in the early hours Monday morning have been charged with being drunk in public and with firearms violations Thomas B. Hurley, 51, Rt. 5, Box 557, Potlatch, was charged with being drunk in public and with unlawful discharge of firearms. Stanley L. Meyer, 52, 1900 9th W., Seattle, was charged with being drunk in public and intimidating a public officer. They were arrested at Potlatch shortly after 1:30 a.m. Monday by Sheriff John Robinson and Sgt. James Sisson of the Sheriff's Department. The arrests followed investigation by officers of a report from Mrs. Dorothy Hurley at the Marc I Drive Inn at Potlatch that someone there had a gun. There were several shots fired, but, no one was injured. Both of the men were booked into jail originally on charges of second degree assault with bail set at $5,000. After further investigation, the charges against them were reduced and they were released on their personal recognizance. Musical Program Is Planned By BARBARA KNEELAND Teenagers seeking musical entertainment this Friday night will be able to find it at the Inn Quest. Tracy DeMiero will provide that entertainment from 10 p.m. until 1 a.m. Providing entertainment is only one of the many activities that the Inn Quest people have been involved in recently. Representatives from the Inn Quest have recently spoken at two high schools. Janeen Deyette spoke to two civics classes and three Spanish classes about the Inn Quest this week at Shelton High School. Steve Gay spoke at five classes in the Yelm High School last Thursday. The students at Yelm are interested in setting up a youth center there and plan to do so soon. Through the Emergency Employment Act the Inn Quest may soon be able to give jobs to four unemployed people who are over the age of 22. The jobs will range from director of the Inn Quest to working in the kitchen. Potluck Dinner A Harvest Potluck will be held in the Southside School at 6 p.m. Saturday. Each family should bring a dish to share. Homelitd150 Automatic Chain Saw Automatic oiling for bar and cutting chain - adjustable for Hight or heavy-duty cutting. Automatic all-weather starter for quick 'n easy starting. Automatic one-piece clutch - the industry's sim~ plest, most /.= vL,L- _~ reliable clutch./~la_Qe~" Come in and [ I"irq~' 3ee the 150 - ~ Menulac.turltl. world's be-*\ suggested tetlll o, % ,,c,*?~.l.z" chain saw value!~r .a chai~ :t has all the fea- tures you'd expect on more expensive models. "-"---FREE-'--- SAW CARE KIT with every new Homelite 13.64 VALUE Limited Time Offer MOTOR SHOP 1306 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4602 P $' )88 Reg. $14.99 eight inch shoe with oiled, full grain glove leather uppers. Oil resistant sole of Plie-tuf polymeric rubber. for Reg. $3.98. Dacron(R) polyester/combed cotton shirts and knits of cotton & polyester. Fashion styling in solids, prints, stripes. for $ 50 Reg. $5. Dacron(R) polyester/combedcott'on shirts. Fashion styling in solids, prints, stripes. $ 88 Reg. $12.99 six inch work shoe; oiled full grain leather uppers. Plie-tuf polymeric rubber blend sole that's oil resistant. $' 188 RlR='$14=99"~%gxfor~Nith smooth elk 'finish ~,c0whjde uppers, cu-cJ~ion insole, arch cQo,ki~,. Oil resistaht c6mposition rubber sole. " ' Women's Scarves 12 Only Orig. $1.25 ............ NOW Women's Purses 13 Only Orig. $2.44 ............ NOW Women's Sleepwear 17 only Orig. $4 to $6 ........ NOW Printed Fabrics 50 yds. Orig. $1.19 & $1.29 ..... NOW Quilted Cotton 30 yds. Orig. $2.49 ............ NOW Bettor Fabrics 130 Yds. Orig. $1.79 & $1.98 ..... NOW King Size Spreads 3 only Orig. $30.00 ........... NOW Queen Size Spreads 4 Only Orig. $25.00 ........... NOW Boys' Sweaters 20 only Orig. $4.88 ............ NOW Men's Sport Shirts 15 Only Orig. $5 & $6,98 ...... NOW Men's Sport Shirts 14 Only Orig. $7.98 ............ NOW Women's Shifts 18 Only Orig. $5.00 ............ NOW Women's Uniforms 19 Only Orig. $4.88 to $9.00 ..... NOW $3 & $6 Women's Sweaters 6 Only Orig. $12.00 ........... NOW Women's Knit Tops 23 Only Orig. $7.00 ............ NOW Women's Blouses 37 Only Orig. $6.00 & $7.00 ...... NOW Women's Pants 23 Only Orig. $6.00 ............ NOW Maternity Tops & Bottoms 8 Only Orig. $5.00 & $6.00 ...... NOW Gids' Tights 43 Only Orig. $1.99 ............ NOW Infants Sets 10 Only Orig. $4.00 ............ NOW Gids' Pants 29 only Orig. $4.00 ............ NOW Women's Zipper Boot 24 Only ..................... NOW The values are here every day. Shop Daily 9:30 to 5:30 - Shop Fridays 9:30 to 8:30 P.M. Thursday, October 21, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5 ;j