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February 11, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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| J T UR The Mason County Commission at its meeting Monday, approved the annexation of an area m the Lake Limerick vicinity to Fire District 5, the Allyn Fire District. Dick Gilbert, a member of the District 5 commission, and Roy Mitchell. secretary of the district, appeared at the county commission meeting to present petitions signed by more than 60 Escapee Is Ja A 6-year-old boy, who was an escapee from Mission Creek Youth Camp, was arrested by Shelton Police after he fell from a pick-up which was trying to elude officers. The boy and Autumn Byrd, 18, hi. 5. Box 424, Shelton, were picked up after they fell from the vehicle as it rounded a turn in the Mt. View area. They were taken to Mason General Hospital for treatment proves per cent of the registered voters in the area wanting to be annexed and a resolution from the District 5 commission approving the annexation. The District 5 representatives told the commission they had discussed it with the residents of the area to be annexed, and, were requesting that the annexed area share in paying off the present bonded indebtedness of District and the youth was then booked. into jail as an escapee. Both were charged with being minors consuming liquor. The vehicle was stopped after officers spotted it again later and the driver, Calvin Peterson, 20, Rt. 1, Box 52, Shelton, was arrested on charges of defective equipment, resisting arrest, physical control of a motor vehicle while intoxicated and driving without a license. SECOND GRADERS from Mrs. Hopkins class in Bordeaux School visited the Fire Station on Friday afternoon. As part of their social studies, the children participate in trips and discussions to learn of the duties and the problems of community helpers. Future tours will include the State Patrol Academy and the Safeway Store. 1 71 7 Olympic Highway North N/W NATIONAL I Ph. 426-8139 LIFe Insurance for Living I I i I I am Hear Spea l)r. Wallis Beasley, executive) ' " been scheduled. vice-president of Washing*~,,~:122iSri:ii:]:iikf~titci:is~2~2; Beasley will be joined in State University, will be the answering questions by J. speaker at the Shelton Chamberi Reginald Miller, director of of ('ommerce February will bc the speaker in place of Dr. University Relations for WSU. nrembership meeting at tleinie's Allan It. Smith, WSU academic Beasley will talk about ' Broiler tonight, vice-president, who had originally present day college life at WSU. ' t After his talk, he and Miller will answer questions. ~UP #~/~#~ /~7 Demo u ) Hear from George Peabody College in ........ S~e ~"~ l~l~|~r 4"4; /~_~'f// Tennessee and came to WSU as ~~/581 [ ~/~r P,~g ,~*!15~ i ~ 1 Panel On Wq Ifare assistant professorofSociologyin 1948. ~/ He was promoted to academic "Welfare "loday and programs? And where should we vice-president and director of Tomorrow?"the public by willa panelbe discusSedof five alfr8 gOwelfarc?from here'?. What priorities for university relations, and, in 1965 ..... ~t~7-~3 L