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November 4, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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November 4, 1971

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g e ere Is In ! Io icers ins alle (Continued from Page 1) }'vans, I)onald Fauber, Glenoon A. Ferguson, ('layton G. Ferrier. Michael W. Ferrier, Lester A. Fields. James L. Fisher, Lawrence Fisher, Dale Fleshman, Wilbur H. Flint, Peter N. Fluetsch, Clarence E. Fordmeir, Edward G. Foreman, Arnold A. Fox, Gale W. Frary, Robert Fredrickson, Kenneth Fredson, John H. Freese, Johnny M. Fulk, Dennis Fuller, George E. Fuller, Max Fuller, Charles Funkhouser, Edward L. Gamwell Jr., Richard 1). Gar_dner. Michael E. Gaskill, Gene S. Veterans Fair Is Unemployed veterans in Mason County are being invited to a "Job Fair" for veterans and employers scheduled for November 1 0 and 11 in Bremerton. According to William Hunter, chairman of the Mason county board of commissioners, the Job Fair is designed to bring together a maximum number of veterans and employers for a sort of one-stop job clinic. Hunter was a guest last week at the kickoff luncheon in Bremerton. He had been invited by Mayor Glenn Jarstad and the Kitsap board of county commissioners who are sponsors of the event. They have extended the scope of the two-day fair to include Mason County. Also present at the luncheon were prospective employers from this area who are being requested to participate. Guests at the luncheon were told that the "Job Fair" will make possible direct contact between veterans seeking work and 40 to 50 prospective employers. It is designed to benefit both the veteran and employer. Mark Howard, whose Jobs for Veterans committee is planning for the fair and will direct its operation, explained. The employer meets a wide range of applicants and is exposed to the highly desirable traits which veterans possess, tte learns of the The Pioneer School District Board is hosting a meeting of board members from non-high potential sources of skills and abilities available to him in this area. He also becomes aware of the fact that former Service personnel haveother desirable qualifications. The average veteran he will meet is in good physical condition, has matured, learned to respect authority and take orders, is trained and experienced to use modern tools and methods, and is safety conscious. Also, he has elected to make this area his home and will probably remain here. The most direct benefit to a veteran will be the opportunity to secure a job, Howard stated. Although the number of actual hires during the fair may be limited, there are other reasons why the unemployed veteran should take advantage of this event, tie will gain experience in translating military skills into terms to match civilian needs. He will see several potential employers at one time and gain confidence from interview experience. The state Employment Security Department and the Veterans Administration will have representatives at the fair to assist veterans obtain information on available benefits as well as to guide them in the preparation of job resumes and in the conduct of the interview. The exact count of unemployed veterans in Mason County is not known according to Commissioner ltunter. The records of veterans maintained by the state Employment Security department for this county are serviced in part by the Bremerton office where they are combined with those of Kitsap county, and in part by the Olympia office where they are combined with those of Thurston county. school districts in the county who ' ' W e d o k n o w t h a t wilt be participating in the ...... ........... ap~roxtrr~,~ nine per cent oi financing ot the new ~netton rttgn .... ' ~ool. .. , , ~. ~teeK|ng ~pli~yment. For "the The meeting nas oeen veterans of the Vietnam conflict scheduled for 7:30 p.m. today at Pi~)nccr Nch()ol. Members of the partlcJpalJng non-high school boards have been invited to attetad. The group will discuss sale of bonds from the non-high districts to finance the Shelton High facility and some questions which have come up in connection with the time when the money must be turned over to the Shelton District. Volunteers Name Officers New officers elected recently by the Shelton Volunteer Fire Department include Dennis Colvin, president; Fred Pharris, vice-president, and Greg Shimek, secretary-treasurer. The election was held Oct. 27 with all positions contested. Colvin was secretary-treasurer of the group the past year and Pharris is a past president. that figure is from 10 to 12 per cent," tlunter explained. Invitations to the Job Fair will be mailed to those unemployed veterans within the jurisdiction of the Bremerton office of the state Employment Security department. These letters will outline the purpose of the fair, provide directions for getting to the Sheridan Park community Building in Bremerton, etc. "'Failure to receive a mailed invitation should prevent no one from attending this Job Fair", Commissioner Hunter stated. 1 was informed by those in charge of the event to urge every unemployed veteran in Mason county to take advantage of this job clinic." Anyone who wants more information on the Job Fair can call Commissioner Hunter's office in the court house. Extra copies of the "invitation letter" will be available there as well as in the Belfair branch of the Sheriff's office. Geist, Phillip G. Gesner, Paul W. Gerber, Richard L. Giles Sr., Wayne Glandon, Gilbert Glasgow, Carl R. Gleason, J. W. Goodpaster, Edwin A. Goodwin Jr., Lloyd Goodwin, Marvin H. Goodwin, James A. Gorman, Norman J. Gray, Thomas G. (;ray, Del Griffey, Charles E. Griffis, Donald L. Griggs, Eugene W. Grimes, James B. Grimes, Louis R. Grinnell, Sven Gunnarson, Ronald L. Gunter, Samuel E. Haigh, Dess J. Haines, Ernest F. Haines. James W. Hale, Dale A. Hall, William L. Hall, John G. Halvorsen, Ernest T. Hamlin, R. G. Hamlin, Thomas J. Handly, Steven C. Hansen, Eric C. ltanson, Donald G. Hard}son, Darrel Harris, John E. Harris, William A. Harstad, Robert A. Hart, Clifford E. Harto, Raymond W. Hash, John tlavorsen, Donald D. Hawkes, Earl W. Hayes, Richard L. He}l, Joel S. tteimbigner. R. J. }tembroff, L. K. Henderson, W. J. ttendricks, Clarence K. }licks, James E. Hickson, Byron (Willie) Hill, Paul M. Hinz, Bert V. Hoard, Roger Lewis Hoff, Richard D. Holland, Michael L. Holt, Milton L. Holt, Vernon B. Honstain, Curtis D. Hoover, Floyd Hovey, John E. Howe, Glen Raymond Hufnail, Norman L. Huisingh, George L. Hunter, Ronald R. Hutchinson, Vance Inman, Claude Irwin, J acob W. Jacobson, Galen Jacobsen, Ronald E. Jacobsen, Arthur H. Jackson. C. M. Jackson, Floyd L. Jackson, Wilfred T. Jackson, Marvin Jaeger, Warren Jagnow, Harry C. James Jr., George L. 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Ramsfield, James D. Reeder, James Redden, Harold Redman, Vernon Remsberg, Gary l). Rhoades, Raymond L. Rice, Edward C. Richards, Warren E. Richards, David Richardson, Albert F. Rietze, Thomas G. Riker, Herbert F. Rishel, Clarence W. Robinson, Robert F. Robinson. Patrick M. Rodgers, Glen H. Roessel, Edwin Carl Roller, Richard L. Rollman, Perry A. Rose Sr., Clyde Ruddell, Warren Russell, William R. Rust, James Rutledge, Walter Rybacki, James M. Sackman, Jack A. Saeger, Gerald L. Salisbury, James M. Sattertee, Thomas L. Savage, Leslie J. Shad, Charles (Russ) Sehillinger, Howard S?hmidt, Harold Schnaer, C. Wesley Schneider, Richard T. Schnettler, Herbert A. Schram, Donald A. Schreiber. John A. Schreiber, John Shay Schreiber, William F. Schroder, Dr. William H. Schumacher, Leon M. Scott, Gene Seibert, Mervyn Settle, David Sharp, Robert Shaw, Homer (Pete) Shawver, Robert E. Sheetz, Irwin K. Shefler, Levi G. Shelton, Gregory J. Shimek, Valentine Sienko, Allen M. Simmons, Lyle E. 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