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February 18, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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February 18, 1971

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|ASON COUNTY COURT on the docket in County Justice Court Glenn Correa during were: ton State Patrol S. Fleming, 330 Bremerton, expired license, $10 forfeit; Henderson, 11 19 Shelton, failure to stop $15 forfeit; Michael St. Rt. 2, Box 310, expired vehicle license, Steven Needham, Rt. Shelton, defective $15 forfeit; Kenneth 2, Box 931, Shelton, g, $15 forfeit; Vivian ', Rt. 1, Box 618A, expired vehicle license, Gary Brevig, St. Rt. 40cc, Shelton, driving $190 fine, five jail, suspended, license ded 30 days; Clark ~rs, Rt. 3, Box 365, no arterial stop, $15 Peterson, Hidden Shelton, speeding, $15 Raymond, 407 Shelton, speeding, $15 Schmidt, Rt. 5, i, Shelton, driving while $190 fine, five days [, suspended, license 30 days; Patrick 1127 Dickinson St., speeding, $40 forfeit; Slater, P.O. Box 314, failure to stop at stop 5 forfeit; Ralph Wiley, ind Trailer Park, Port negligent driving, $35 Raymond Hammeken, 92rid, Tacoma, speeding, Sheriff's Office Love, St. Rt. 1, Box Kingston, driving while $125 fine, 30 days in suspended 60 days; P.O. Box 743, drunk in public, three Donald Hawkes, 74 Lake Dr., Shelton, $15 fine; Walter D. 814 N. 5th, Kent, driving while license $90 fine, 10 days in Robert Bacon, Rt. 115, Belfair, transporting permit, $15 fine; 923 Callahan Dr., speeding, $20 fine; Jacobs, Bremerton, $35 forfeit. Shelton Police Selvidge, Rt. 1, Box ~helton, possession of 90 days in jail, 60 COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Planner's Office during the past week were to Jack Bronson, vacation cabin, $4,200; Gladys M. Cox, remove building, $700; Wiley Dupea, garage, $1,000; E.R. Edwards, shop and storage, $1,200; John W. Flaig, cabin, $5,000; Donald Womer, retaining wall, $1,500; St. Andrews Church, remodel, $2,000. SHELTON POLICE Vehicles driven by Keith VanderWal and Sigrud Urdahl collided at Highway 10IS and Arcadia. Robert Wishart reported a hit and run accident. John Bolster reported a rock thrown through a window. Charles Spivey reported a rock thrown through a window. The back door to the Transamerica Title Co. was found open. Francis Cooper reported a rifle taken. Bill Allbritton reported that while a crew was working at the city docks, their lunch boxes were rifled and a wallet Containing $15 was taken. SHERIFF'S OFFICE William R. Olsen reported a chain saw taken. James Ray reported garbage dumped on his property. Frank Marshall reported he found a rifle. Art Nelson reported a burglary. Loretta Date reported two lanterns taken from a cabin. Hans Madsen reported a motorcycle taken. Mrs. Laura Wyman reported she found a Weimaraner dog. Peggy Cummings reported a Samoyed dog missing. A burglar alarm at the Charles Thomas residence on Harstine Island went off. Six mailboxes were reported damaged in the Wildcat Lake area. Mrs. Holloway reported a raft floated in on the beach. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the City of Shelton during the past week were to First Baptist Church, demolish building, $500; Roy Kimbel, demolish building, $'500; Paul Bigley, demolish building, $500. FIRE DEPARTMENT Feb. 13, 11:50 a.m, H.E. Munson residence, 529 W. Pine, chimney fire. SUPERIOR COURT New Cases Parkland Sports Center against Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Javorski, debt. These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, Feb. 18 Low .......3:36 a.m. 7.9 ft. High ....... 9:00 a.m. 10.8 ft. Low .......4:54 p.m. 1.5 ft. Friday, Feb. 19 High ....... 1:00 a.m. 9.7 ft. Low .......4:54 a.m. 8.8 ft. High ....... 9:42 a.m. 10.6 ft. Low .......5:54 p.m. 0.9 ft. Saturday, Feb. 20 High ....... 2:18 a.m. 10.5 ft. Low ....... 6:30 a.m. 9.2 ft. High ...... 10:36 a.m.10.4 ft. Low ....... 6:54 p.m. -0.5 ft. Sunday, Feb. 21 High ....... 3:12 a.m. 11.3 ft. Low ....... 7:48 a.m. 9.0 ft. High ...... 11:54 a.m.10.4 ft. Low ....... 7:48 p.m. -1.1 ft. Monday, Feb. 22 High ....... 3:48 a.m.11.9 ft. Low .......8:48 a.m.8.3 ft. High ....... 1 : 12 p.m. 10.6 ft. Low .......8:42 p.m.-1.6 ft. Tuesday, Feb. 23 High .......4:12 a.m. 12.4 ft. Low ....... 9:30 a.m. 7.4 ft. High ....... 2:18 p.m. 10.9 ft. HLow ..... 9:30 p.m. -1.8 ft. Wednesday, Feb. 24 High ....... 4:42 a.m. 12.7 ft. Low ......10:12 a.m.6.1 ft. High ....... 3:24 p.m. 11.2 ft. Low ......10:12 p.m.-1.5 ft. Thursday, Feb. 25 High ....... 5:06 a.m. 13.0 ft. Low ......10:54 a.m.4.6 ft. High ....... 4:24 p.m. 11.5 ft. Low ......10:54 p.m.-0.9 ft. High Low'Precip. Feb. ll 52 36 .03 Feb. 12 55 41 Feb. 13 51 48 .11 Feb. 14 54 46 .23 Feb. 15 51 42 1.5 Feb. 16 49 35 .42 Feb. 17 50 37 .02 Periodic showers are foretold for Friday, Saturday and Sunday with high temperatures mostly in the 40's and lows mostly in the 30's. New A " ; Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Michaelis, Rt. 1 Box 168, a boy, February 15. A Baby Girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Roof on Friday in Centralia General Hospital. Brenda Beulah has a five-year-old brother, Byran, and her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hilpert of Centralia and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roof of Yakima. Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County auditor's office this week were: Brian Sheedy, 25, Shelton, and Mae Chafa, 21, Shelton. C. Eden, 52, Richmond, B.C. and Fern Cumming, 58, Richmond, B.C. Donald Zellmer, 21, Brinnon, and Myrna Church, 26, Brinnon. Roger Sampler, 22, Shelton, and Deborah Humphrey, 20, Chehalis. The promotion of Warren Maynard and Robert Erhart from the Washington State Patrol Academy was announced last week. Maynard, who has been with the academy since July, 1965, was promoted from lieutenant to captain and transfered from his position as Training Officer at the academy to Administrative Assistant to Patrol Chief O.C. Furseth. Erhart, who had been at the academy since 1966 and was assistant training officer, was promoted from sergeant to lieutenant and named Training Officer at the academy to succeed Maynard. The changes were effective Feb. 1, when Furseth took over as Patrol Chief. Maynard served as training officer 2 years before his promotion. He has been with the State Patrol 18 years. He is a member of the Shelton Kiwanis Club. He and his wife and three children will continue to make their home in Shelton until the end of the present school year when they will locate housing in the Olympia area. Erhart joined the academy staff in 1966 and served in the position of assistant training officer for 2 years until being named to head the institution. Both Erhart and his wife are natives of Mason County and graduates of high school here. He has been in the State Patrol 19 years. From August, 1969 to July, 1970, he attended the Police Management Course at Northwestern University. The course, operated by the Northwest University Traffic Institute, is the only one of its type in the country. Entrance is by competitive examinations. Erhart is the father of five children, four of whom are in school in Shelton and one attending college. Youth Meeting Slated At Multi-Service Center The Shelton Multi-Service Center is inviting all local youth who are interested in having a voice in planning and decision making issues concerning, pr?blems of student rightS, emrployment and ~ducation to come into the Center and help form a coalition which will be part of a state wide youth coalition and Mason-Thurston coalition. There will be a meeting held at the Center Feb. 24. Representatives from the Olympia youth will be here to explain the program. Due to Lincoln's Birthday coming on Friday the Senior Citizens did not have their card party last Friday but they will be back again this Friday. President Hildegarde Page informs us plans for the reception for the Vancouver group Feb. 26 are progressing nicely. Tl 's Thurs., Fri. & Sat. EASTER GIFT IDEA ALWAYS FIRST QUALITy true-to-life portraits CAPT. WARREN MAYNARD, left, turned the keys to the Washington State Patrol Academy here over to Lt. Robert Erhart. Maynard was recently promoted and transfered to WSP headquarters in Olympia and Erhart was named to succeed him as Training Officer at the Academy. in savln Reg. $14 twin size 'Valiejo' woven cotton jacquard bedspread. 'Mediterranean' styling. Decorator colors. Full size reg. $15 Now 12.75 Reg. 9.98 twin size 'Brussels' woven cotton bed- spread has geometric, tex- tured pattern, fringe. Tone on tone colors. Full size reg. $11 Now 9.35 / / I I " Reg. $22 to $28. This-minute styles and up- dated classics in wet-look vinyls, poly- ester knits, cotton/polyes- ter poplins, cotton canvas, and more. 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