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April 1, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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April 1, 1971

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MASON COUNTY JUSTICE COURT on the docket in Panty Justice Court Correa during . Week Were: State Patrol 626 Highland speeding, $20 St. Rt. 1, speeding, $15 USS Bon Ird, FPO, San speeding, $15 oneywell, Rt. 3, ort Orchard, forfeit; Donald 625, Belfair, forfeit; Judy 141, Shelton, Kathleen 347, Belfair, $25 forfeit; Glenn III, Rt. 4, Box 320 speeding, $15 forfeit" Law, 1721 S. 45thl negligent driving, $15 Miller, 9432 5th failure to keep line, $15 forfeit; P.O. Box 53, 5 forfeit; 1101 Marine speeding, $25 St. Rt. 3, Box recent break-in at Shelton Junior High School. A break-in was reported at the Time Service Station in which two cartons of cigarettes and about $2 in change was taken. Curtis Hoover reported a break-in at his residence. Vehicles driven by Lavonne Gouley and Randy Wiltman collided on Capitol Hill. A parked vehicle owned by Tom River rolled down hill and hit a street sign. Scott Busack reported speakers and stereo tapes taken from his car. Odell Fearn reported an outboard motor taken. Walt Clayton reported the junior high school building broken into. Michael Hall reported a case of beer taken from the back of a delivery truck. Vehicles driven by Thelma Robinson and Donald Ryckman collided at First and Cota. Bud Kangas reported license tabs taken. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Lilly Wilkinson reported a boat floating in Hood Canal. Vandalism and the theft of gasoline was reported at Hood ar, speeding, $25 Canal Junior High School. Onna Wood, 784 Merle Cowles reported a small Ave., AStoria, Ore., package taken from a mail box. "'le license, $15 Mrs. DeMille reported signs Rt. 1, Box taken down. :eding, $15 ;, 210 speeding, $15 ~'Unnarson, 1015 Dr., Grapeview, Guadalupe baurn, Burien, Wayne St., Shelton, $25 forfeit; 1, Box 319, run, $190 fine, 45 days. Department bo, 522 N. 7th, of deer in fine, $250 Baker, 522 N. PoSSession of deer in $300 fine, $250 neth Larson, 1410 possession of $300 fine, 1410 C St., POSsession of Office 755 30th NE, $25 forfeit; Pitt Ave., in PUblic, $25 Mrs. Wendall Gunn reported a mail box taken off a post and thrown into a ditch along side the road. Walter Kershaw reported someone shot his dog with a pellet gun. Raymond Heller reported a license plate missing. Art Miller reported a long-haired, copper colored dog running in his neighborhood. He also reported two elk hound-shepherd puppies missing. Windows were reported broken in the Sky Line Drive Inn office. Paul Janson reported a cabin ,broken into and household goods, including bedding, pots and pans and a large rug taken. Dick Giles reported a gas can and a revolver and a box of shells taken from his pick-up. The Hoodsport Ranger Station reported vandalism to a road grader. Six chain saws were reported taken from the Department of Natural Resources at Mission Creek Youth Camp. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by Department the city of Shelton during the past week were to Agnus Clelland, Rt. l, Box fence, $350; Pacific Northwest Consuming Bell Telephone Co., add to Yeck, telephone exchange building, telton, $79,986; Jerry Mallory, add to $25 residence, $3,000. Rt., 5, n, negligent SUPERIOR COURT possession ofDivorces $75 fine, Divorce decrees were signed St. Rt. for: a, Speeding, Fedelia Womack from James 5 fine, Womack. Fite, A divorce decree signed the m public, previous week should have read; ~oling, Raymond W. Hash from Mary Getty Hash Mary Getty Hash from Jerry Raymond W. Hash. Shelton, New Cases POLICE Grimm Collections against Mr. and Mrs. Ted Booth, transcript of reported judgement. Parked D.H. Knudsen Pole Yard against Bernier and Warren, eported a stray declaratory judgement. r dog at his Ronald Hall against Robert Pies reported Raines, superintendent of the a Washington Corrections Center, -Writer taken in a writ of habeas corpus. 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S heer.., stretch 3 sizes - 2 shades Thursday, April 1, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3