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December 23, 1971

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I I / ,, Drawn by Leigh Ann Riker 6th Grade, Bordeaux School Clinton's Bike & Ski uper eapo Are super seaports in Washington's future? Answers to this question will be explored by experts Jan. 5, during a symposium at the Sea-Tac Motor Inn. Speakers from federal, state and local organizations have accepted invitations to be on the program sponsored by the Washington Resources Council, the League of Women Voters, the Association of Washington Business, and Washington State University's Cooperative Extension Service. Armour Armstrong, chief of the office of ports, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C., will key-note the program by discussing the economic imoact of super ports. Greeting Drawn by Mari Morken [- " i 5th Grade, Mr. View School HF.R kY C H :ZS ZmA S SHOP MT. VI EW December 23, 1971 mposlum A featured speaker at the noonafternoon panel of speakers who Evans, with the Sierra Club, implications; and Ward, director luncheon will be lan S. Ross, discuss the cooperation and/or will look at the issue from the of the State Department of President of the Swan Wooster conflict in port development,standpoint of the environment;Commerce, will handle the Engineering Company, Ltd., These speakers will include Brock Aram, vice president of subject from a government Vancouver, B.C. Evans, Seattle, John Aram, Weyerhaeuser, will focus on the viewpoint. Eleanor Lee, Seattle, Tacoma, Robert Benedict, economic involvements;Benedict, The Extension office has a representing the League of Seattle, and Daniel B. Ward, president of the American Mailsupply of brochures and Women Voters, will moderate an Olympia. Lines will discuss international registration forms. M Greeting Drawn by Shannon Stordalen 4th Grade, Evergreen School ,Center Across from the Hospital Greeting Drawn by Scott Thacher 4th Grade, Evergreen School Greeting Drawn by Brad Peckham 5th Grade, Bordeaux School ma$. Page 18 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, /t- // / / \ ; ,..t',...k ;,' ' '.-. Greeting Drawn by: Cindy Phillips 6th Grade, Mt. View School LUMBERMEN'S SHEL It Greeting Drawn by Chris Hanson 6th Grade, Bordeaux School CHRIS' ICE ) Greeting Drawn by Tammy Young 5th Grade, Mt. View School ' .< ''!' 5th Greeting Drawn by Connie Hoosier Grade, Bordeaux School AI and Debbie Browning MONTGOMERY Catalog Sales Office 41 7 Railroad Greeting Drawn by Jannesa St~tz 5th Grade, Bordeaux School s Auto