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December 26, 1963

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ay, December 26, 163  _ Iii Qiit " /;/ii(  : /?il &apos; i i i i i PAGE 7: ' ' I i From The -City Reor& County i On the docket in justice court I Cars driwn by Terry Gustaf- in Shelton before Judge Rolla/ son and Henry Jost collided at I-Ialbeit Friday night were Ray-the intersectiott of Highway 101 mond L. Gatewood, dxnk in auto, and Arcadia Street. Gustofson $25 forfeit; Florence Miller, more was traveling west on Arcadia than three in front seat, $7.50 and Jost south on Highway 101. fine; Ward A. Griffin, no opera- tor's license on person, $7 forfeit; Robert G. Allen, defective equip- ment, $12 fine; Joe B. Lewis, no arterial stop, $12 forfeit; Alex Gouley, littering, $25 forfeit; Ger- a]diae Cultree, defective equip- ment, no operator's license on per: son, $15 fine. SIIER IFF'S OFFICE ARRESTS Henry O. Auston, attempted suicide; Raymond L. Gatewood, drunk in auto. SHELTON POLICE Galen Burgess reported 10 Christmas Tree lights stolen. Harold Znagle reported Christ- mas lights stolen. Mrs. Gladys Hughes reported that while her car was parked, someone ole the generator. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Rulon Miller reported that someone broke the glass in a win- dow of his summer home at Grapeview. Dan Wood reported that some- one broke into a building at his place at Kamilche. Ida Smith rePorted that a pine tree growing in her front yard was cut doxn. SUPERIOR COUR'I Filed tn the court clerk's office was the ease of Gene F. against Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Kim- Carrol Morrow reported some- berly, for a debt. TO OUR MANY GOOD FRIENDS Thank you for your kind patronage in the past. MING TREE OAFE Paul and irene Locke PACKAGES, PACKAGES PACKAGESAssistant Postmaster Howard Yule moves packages in prep- aration to getting them into the right mail bag .to send out from Shelton Post Office. The Post Office hit its peak of incoming mail Dec. 16, and 'the rush Is now starting to slack off. GREETING BY LENNY KRUEGER 11 Bordeaux School LUMBERMEN'S MEROANTILE GO. :lirst and Pine Sts. Shelton Lumber Association Sets ' Promotion Plans For 1964 In a hard hitting campaigx to will be used in the farm maga- sell the region's lumber national- zines beginning in the spring. ly, the West Coast Lumbermen's Association in 1964 is planning to spend $455.000 for advertising and promotion of the five major lum- ber specms. This is a continuation, said G. C. Edgett. WCLA executive vice president, of .the 15-year indust- ry program of national lmber promotion which has been a major factor in maintaining a strong market for west cos lumber spe- cies. Edgett emphasized that the de- cade and a half of national lum- ber promotion financed by West Coast Lumbermen's Association members has brought millions of dollars of extra lumber business to the northwest each year. He said the promotion of lower grad- es of lumber by WCLA through its national advertising program has been phenomenally success- ful. Edgett said $320.000 of the as- sociation's 196 budget would be allocated to direct advertising in national magazines, and $135.000 would be spct for some two mil- lion pieces of literature. THE ASSOCIATION, Edgett pointed out, has had outstand- ing avertising copy and many of its advertisements have won national awards for excellence. The Association was the first lum- ber group to introduce full color in its national advertising, and its literature in full color has long been recognized as the finest in its field. All this. said Edgett, has helped our member mills sell west coast lumber through the United States and in world markets. A breakdown of the advertising budget prepared by R. E. Mahaf- fay, WCLA advertising and pro- motion manager, shows that $108,763 will be for national arch- i'litectural/ magazines and $111,185 will be for builders' trade publica- tions. Retail lumber magazines will receive $24,495 and regional retail magazines will receive $18,- 763. Farm magazines will have $24,147 of the budget, and build- ing code and trade magazines will have $13,143. THE ARCHITECTURAL ad- vertisements, said Mahaffay, will be two-page and full color and will run throughout the year. Black and white advertisements Edgett pointed out that the West Coast Lumbermen's Associa- tion iS a trade organlzatlon made up of lumber manufacturers in western Oregon and Washington and northern California who pool heir resources to handle major in- dustry problems such as national advertising, frieight rates, build- ing codes, national promotion and public relations, statistical work. and technical research. He said they maintain field men in key cities throughout the country to handle lumber problems for mem- ber firms, and maintain offices in a number of lumber consuming areas for the benefit of member mills. Land Bank Declares Pre-llhriSlnlas Fund Mason County members of the Federal Land Bank Assoc. of Elma will share this week in a 5, per cent pre-Christmas dividend de- clared by the association on all stock outstanding as of November 30. 1963. according to D. A. Whit- taker, association manager. This $10 900 dividend is the as- sociation's share of a dividend re- cently issued by the Federal Land Bank of Spokane. The bank's ca- pital stock m owned by the Feder- al Land Bank Association of Elma and 62 similar federal land bank associations in Idaho. Montana, Oregon and Washington. Federal land bank associations make and service loans for the land bank. Mr. Whittaker explain- ed. 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