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" ' " - ---- -: Evergreen college researchers | ABOVE is the proposed plan for renovation of the Allyn dock Shaded A comnlaint was received in You can read all about perch, for " portion is the 391-foot present dock; to the right is the 190-foot extension the Belfairoffice of the sheriff's example and the T-shaped float which will extend an additional 60 feet. department on April 25 of gas A crew of five in a 16-foot Hearing held by Allyn Port District on Allyn dock plans A small number of people turned up at Allyn Firehall last Friday evening to hear Allyn Port District commissioners describe plans for extension of present dock facilities in Allyn. However, of the small number attending which included adjacent property owners, the feeling was unanimous that the proposed plans would benefit the Allyn area. As several departed the meeting, attended by all three commissioners and Larry Osborne, port engineer, they thanked the commission for the hard work they had done on the plans and expressed approval. The plans call for removal of the old pilings sticking up in the bay with new pilings to be placed. The pile of oyster shells will also be removed. The dock will be extended from its present length of 391 feet to 580 feet, with floats extending another 60 feet for boat moorage. The dock will allow cars to be driven on it for easier loading of supplies into boats. It was announced that rules will be set up for use of the renovated dock and posted for users to read. Heavy trucks belonging to the oyster company which uses the dock will be allowed only on the first 390 feet and will not be allowed to block the dock to prevent others from using it. Possibility of the port district acquiring land adjacent to the dock and boat ramp was discussed, to be used for parking space. One landowner who lives next to the dock area complained of persons using the ramp blocking his driveway on a recent weekend. However, he approved plans for repair of the dock and said he was sure the parking problem could be worked out. # Frien, (Continued from page one.) Olympics. It would seem to me that being one of the top women swimmers in the world would be accomplishment enough for any one person, l didn't know until I attended Matrix Table that she is a "brain," too. Not only was she graduated in engineering, a pretty good accomplishment for a woman in the first place, but she is a Phi Beta Kappa, which means she had to have almost a 4. grade point for all four years.. not many people earn Phi Beta Kappa keys. She was a member of Mortar Board while an undergraduate at the U, an organization which offers membership only to women who participate, in an unusual number of activities while in school while maintaining a high grade point, so she obviously wasn't one of those high grade point students who go through college with her head buried in a book. Now a graduate student in engineering, she has been the winner of the prestigious Lillian Gilbreth award granted to just one woman engineer in the entire United States each year. Unfortunately she was in Europe competing in swim meets in London and Bulgaria so her mother accepted in her behalf the award presented at Matrix Table. Otherwise l could have gone through the receiving line and asked her how she could find time to excel so dramatically in two tough fields. And my kids wonder why, for two or three weeks following every Matrix Table, I don't leap for joy when they come home from school and announce that they got a Cin that difficult test they tooklast week. ~ii~i~H~H~m~~~~mill~i~~ Post Office Box 587, Betfair, Washington 98528 Telephone C R5-6680 Belfair office open 9-5 - Wed., Thurs., Fri. LOU DONNELL ..................................... Editor CAROL WENTLANDT ............ Advertising Manager, CR5-6259 Published by Shelton Publishing, Inc., Post Office Box 430, Shelton, Washington 98584 ; telephone 426-4412. A section of the Shelton-Mason County Journal. IIIIIIIIII """"" :'- - --~-.'- 7-'-'- 7" -{ ] 7_'_'_'_'_'_'_'_'_." Z Z Z:7 ..... ---------'------ -L ] __ .......... ~ ....... ~. ............ IIIIlflllllllllllllllllll, Installation of officers will be held by VFW Nuel Curtis Post and Auxiliary 5372 at Twanoh Grange Hall May 9 at 8 p.m. New officers of the post, to be installed by Francis Ermence, 4th district commander, are: Frank DeMiero, commander; Kay Thompson, senior vice president; Carl Nichols, chaplain; Howard Co,Her, quartermaster; w~yron Chamber of Commerce to hold social meeting Residents of the North Mason area who are interested in possible membership in Belfair Chamber of Commerce are invited to attend a social get-together of the group Saturday, May 12, at Lakeland Village. A social hour will be held from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. with dinner at 8:30 p.m. A short business meeting and installation of officers will be held in lieu of the regular meeting usually held every second Wednesday evening. Price of the dinner will be $5 per person. Reservations should be made with Frank May, CR5-2020, or Clay Cornell, CR5-2816 by May 9. Volunteers needed Polk, post advocate and Philip Hanify, surgeon. Dollie Lusk, past department president, will install the following auxiliary officers: Maria Smith, president; Marion Leaptrot, senior vice president; Mamie Yates, junior vice president; Alta Tivey, treasurer; Mildred Nichols, chaplain; Louise Polk, conductress and Valley Willey, guard. Other auxiliary officers to be installed include Alice Squire, trustee number one; Edna Hanify, trusteenumber two; Maude Paxton,trustee number three; BerniceCollier, secretary and Zota Greenler, patriotic instructor. Officiating at the ceremony will be an installing team from Number 239, Bremerton. Refreshments will follow the ceremony. On behalf of the local auxiliary, Mrs. Smith, president, presented a check last week to FOE 192, Bremerton, to be used for the new respiratory machine at Harrison Memorial Hospital. FORCED OFF ROAD A complaint was called into stolen from a pickup parked on South Shore Road. Logans Drive-In Terra Linda Mobile Home Ct. Permanent and Overnight Spaces LAUNDROMAT Completely remodeled -- new Speed Queen washers and dryers with normal and 3ermanent press cycles. TEXACO GAS Self-service -- lowest prices in Belfair -- credit cards accepted. RESTAURANT Sandwiches, seafood, pizza, shakes, slushes, soft drinks, cones, orders to go. CR 5-2050. MINI-MARKET Campers and picnic supplies, party and block ice. GAME ROOM Pool tables, amusement games, the sheriff's Belfair office around 6 p.m April 28 by a woman who juke box. Located on North Shore An orientation meeting for reported she was forced off North Directly across from Belfair prospective volunteers will beShore Road by a small red foreign ..... . ~taze varK. held at Purdy Treatment Center car. She was uninjured but for Women on Wednesday, May 9, estimated damage to her vehicle at 2 p.m. at $100. A pictorial tour of the center I---------- ...... --- ............. ~---------i will be presented and treatment | --MDiR'BRu-(E wHITMAN / programs in effect will be discussed. Opportunities for volunteeroutlined, participation will be / NEW CONSTRUCTION--REMODELING Ulunteer activities include / DECKS--CONCRETE WORK [ arts and crafts, chapel services, clerical help, clinic assistance, / Free Estimates Call CR 5-2196 entertainment' library, recreation, I research, and the sponsor --,- .................................................. -" .... | program. Sponsors are friends to residents on a one-to-one basis. Those wishing to attend should call Mrs. Eleanor Green, volunteer service coordinator at Purdy Treatment Center (858-9101) 2 FOR 1 Natural Rose Hip Vitamin C, 500 mg. Vitamin C Reg. $3,00 Now 2 for $3.00 Visit our complete wine and beer supply department Helen's Natural Foods 603 4th St., Bremerton, ES3-9053 CLEAN USED CARS ART GRANT CR 5-3283 12 Noon to 6 p.m. Mort., Tues., Thur~, Fri. & Sat. BELFAIR MORE PICTURES WILL BE RUN NEXT WEEK Due to a lack of space in this week's Herald pictures of postal week and the Junior-Senior Ball had to be omitted. They will appear in next week's issue. HEALTHMOBILE May 7, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Thurston-Mason County Healthmobile will be in Belfair, parked adjacent to the Youth Center at Belfair Community Baptist Church. Free health services will be available including tests, shots, examinations and family planning. I= II O a. m gg U < i M Clearing Earth Moving Road Building Gravel-Sand-Rock Free Estimates Days CR 5-2235 Eves. CR5-2152 LOCAL CONTRACTOR "It is better to have one and not need it, than to need one and not have it." Editor & publisher of Voice of Watts Newsletter. 7th at 7:30 p.m. SHELTON Junior High School Auditorium ADMISSION $1.25 Tickets for sale at Belfair Hardware (Sponsored by: John Birch Society) BEACH IMPORTS The biggest selling car in Europe. THE 128 2D Front wheel drive, unitized construction, ohc 4-cy. Ut water cooled engine, reclining bucket seats, self adjusting front disc brakes, synchromesh 4 speed transmission, steel disc wheels & much much more. *Local prep not included. IIII Z Ill II Drive It & You'll Buy It Bremerton, Wash (ON THE NAVY YARD HWY.) 377-3929 5 Year, 50,000 Mile Warranty, Too! BEACH IMpOIrlrl N HI 3C ii I 'U O m =4 Ut llt Z i Illl Boston whaler used a 200-foot beach seine to sample areas from one end of the canal to the other. This covered the shallow areas near the beaches Kirk Keogh reports that Quilcene Bay supports the largest fish population in the canal. Lynch Cove (between Union and Belfair) supports the next largest The researchers found three major types of sea perch The pile perch averaged eight inches, although they caught specimens up to 15 inches. More were found in the north end of the canal. They caught (and turned loose) 4,500 north of Tekui Point and 1000 south of the point. These perch feed in sha/low water c/ose to shore at night, writes Nell Allen. Striped sea perch were found and averaged six to seven inches but range up to 15 inches, reported Tom Harrison. The body has dull orange and blue stripes. The shiner perch were only four to eight inches long. Body is silvery and is dusty on the dorsal side. Sea perch can live in most water conditions. They inhabit shallow water in the summer time and deeper water in the winter. The female bears up to 36 young in June or July following spring breeding season. Since we're always interested in the edibility of the subject under study, we can report that perch is an important food fish in Hood Canal and Puget Sound. Best way to catch them is with a net. The shiners feed on small snails, small mussels, herring eggs, crustaceans and algae. The shiners you see around the piers feed also on the appendages of unwary barnacles. They nip them while the barnacle is feeding. Shiners prefer herring eggs to all other food. (To be continued) PANASONIC FOR THE IN CROWD - THE GREATEST LITTLE RADIO AROUND 49 Mix or match the colors. Beifair Shopping Center CR 5-2020 MOBILE Kentwood & Hunf Mobile Homes. Now featuring an historic advancement in mobile home financing. Our Kentwood is the only mobile home in Washington state presently qualified for FHA financing. 10% down payment -- less than 8% simple interest rate to qualified buyers. 12 & 14 wides now on display. EXAMPLE 12' x 60' mobile home $6,000 purchase price, $300.00 - 5% down payment. Payment per month $64.84 for 144 mos. rate at 7.97% Open Monday - Sat. 9-6 p.m. closed on Sunday. JIM YOEST ES 3-5001, ES 7-6733 "Y" at Gorst, Wa. TAYLOR TOWNE AI Logan 426-5568 She~ton, W a. Now in progress--First gal. reg. price Mahogany Interior prehung doors ....... each $16.95 x4x8 Plasterboard (U-Haul) ................ $1.75 x4x8 Interior Shop ...................... $3.99 x4xl0 Shop ........................... $12.95 x4x8 Cabinet birch, end-defect ............ $19.95 3/16x4x8 Particle Board Shop ............... $1.49 5/8x4x8 Particle Board Shop ................ $2.99 x4x8 Particle Board Shop ................. $3.99 3/8x4x7 Ruff Sawn Siding Shop ............. $3.99 3/8x4x8 Ruff Sawn Siding Shop ............. $4.99 Suspended Ceiling System .......... Square Foot 19c lx8 Econ Shiplap ....................... $110 M 2x8 Utility Decking ..................... $160 M Ideal for sub floor x4x8 Insulated Sheathing ................. $2.29 8x16 Stepping Stones .................... each 19c Colored Stepping Stones ................. each 99c Cedar Round step ....................... each 99c 10x50 Clear Polyethelene ................... $3.33 12x50 Clear Polyethelene ................... $3.99 8x50 Clear Polyethelene .................... $2.69 Window Screens ........................ 49c each 4' Steel Fence Posts ......................... 99c 5' Steel Fence Posts ....................... $1.19 6" Steel Fence Posts ....................... $1.39 MASTER CHARGE and BANKAMERICARD WELCOME! 3 miles south of Port Orchard on Bethel Road. TR6-2903, TR6-2951 Page 2 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, May 3, 1973 Thursday, May 3, 1973 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 7