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April 22, 1971

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Reques Hans J. Engen Zelma I. Whitley New ,. v"or-s Dies In HospitalTaken By Death Hans J. (Joe) Engen of Zelma I. Whitley, 84, died I Grapeview died April 13 in Mason Friday in Mason General S Application has been received the public interest. Factors General Hospital. He was 52 years She was born March 2, 1887 in Hospital. ' by the Seattle U. S. Army Corps affecting the public interestold. ~ Macadonia, Iowa, and had lived in ~~------------- of Engineers office from Lloyd include, but are not limited to,He was born in Decorah, Iowa this area for six years. ! MacRae, Star Route 1 Box 125,navigation, fishand wildlife,on Sept. 2, 1918, and was a She is survived by three sons, MA$ONCOUNTY public, $25 forfeit; Floyd School was found broken into.MasOnMr.Generaland Mrs.Hspitaljohn R. Lane, Army permit for repair and conservation, aesthetics, he retired from the U. S. Navy daughter, Mrs. Lillian Martin; 12 mt JUSTICE COURT Union, for Department of the water quality, economics, retired marine electrician. In 1958 Scott, George and Alex; a [Pearing on the docket in Dahman, 2202 E. Morton, Mrs. A.R. KoselmanreportedRt. 10 Box 41, a girl, Apri115. preservation of certain work in recreation, water supply, floodafter 20years of service. He then grandchildren; and ten County Jushce Tacoma, failure to comply with a purse lost. Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Mohr,Hood Canal about two and damage prevention, ecosystems, was employed for ten years in the great-grandchildren. All are of |Judge ,',, " Courtdirect order of thecourt,180 Paulette Lee reported a check 410 Grand St., a girl, April 16. [we '-,~enn Correa durin one-half miles east of Union.and, in general, the needs and Puget Sound Naval Shipyard atShelton. largest t ek Were: g days curfew, taken from her mother's car. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Roland Lowe reported his car Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Miller, The work includes repair and welfare of the people. Bremerton. A service was held at I 1 a.m. 1626 Monroe Sta boy, April 17. preservation of an existing Comments on these factors entered. He was for 13 years a resident Tuesday in Bats[one Funeral n State Patrol Building permits approved by Lamonte Wheaton reported a floating ramp and roofed moorage will be accepted and made part of of Grapeview, where he servedHome with the Rev. Horace lerllg ,wr St. Rt. 2, Box the Mason County Planner's cigarette lighter taken from his facility anchored by two piling the record and will be considered with the Grapeview Volunteer Mounts officiating and burial in no valid tonnage, Office during the past week were apartment, and a concrete slab for a private in determining whether it would Fire Department. He was a Shelton Memorial Park. itz, P.O. t o Jack Avery, residence .............. boat moorage, be in the best public interest to member of the Tacoma Elks Fair Bay, no valid $10,000; Silvio Checchi, add to CITY BUILDING PERMITS .... __v__-_-_-_-_-_- .... Interested parties are grant a permit. Replies to this Harbor Grange and the Fleet WORK CONSISTS of Carl Cook, residence, $1,500; Emil Griebel, Building permits approved by TId requested to submit, in writing, notice should be mailed to reach Reserve. He was a veteran of whatever a body is obliged to on, no cabin, $900; Dean Lyster, the city of Shelton during the any comments or objections that the Corps Seattle office not later World War I1 and of the Korean do... Play consists of whatever a Russellremodel residence, $1,500; Harry past week were to Alvin Wicken, they may have to the existingt han May 1 1 to insure conflict, body is not obliged to do. Olympia, Schroeder, residence and garage, fence and fireplace, $1,320; work. The decision as to whether consideration. He is survived by his wife Mark Twain $15 forfeit;$25,000. Michael Hanlon, bedroom, ~~------------------------ a permit will be issued will be Shirley of the home; a daughter, _. .... Rt. 2, Box 181, $1,450; Bill Ells, fence, $80; Mud 0use Fertilid ~ver legal weight, SHERIFF'S OFFICE These tides are for the Unionbased on an evaluation of the mother,Miss JUdYMrs.Engen,HannahSeattle;carpenterhiS mj II I ealers ert Gross, Rt. 5, Ray Hash reported a radio Bay Realty, residence, $17,500; area. For Shelton and Oaklandimpact of the existing work on Social Security of San Diego; his step-father, J 1~ and tape deck taken. Dean Tarrach, remodel carportBay add an hour and a half and Louis Carpenter, San Diego; a J ] I lywood elton, no valid into recreation room and new car 2.4 feet. ~ on person, $15 Run Rickards reported his car tterrick, Rt. 3, damaged while in the parking lot port, S2,218. Change Is Told brother, Herman, of Big Bear [r Thursday, April 22 City, Cal.; two sisters, Mrs. Graceq ! at the Golden Pheasant Tavern. FIRE DEPARTMENT n, failure to stop High ....... 2:12 a.m.12.1 ft. While the recent 10 per cent Gilbertson of Decorah and Mrs. , increase in the social security Norma Flatland, Cresco, Iowa. Jim Pauley s on Mt. View Ful--Ex 5. forfeit;5, BoxRnald742, broken into.Jerald Hat[ reported a cabin KunkleAprilresidence,13' 5:201102P'm" Fogarty,Thmas HighLW ....... ....... 2:42 p.m.8:42 a.m. 10.12"4 ft.ft" ~~._ ...__._ payments is effective with A funeral was held at 10:30 has 50 usea cars and trucks to choose from Flower care to Stop at stopr Vick Manson reported an airelectrical fire in sump pump. Low .......8:36 p.m. 3.1 ft. January, that increase won't show a.m. on Saturday in tile Naval t; John Behrensegulator and pressure tanks April 14, 7:50 a.m., Wayne Weather up until the June 3 checks,' Shipyard Chapel in Bremerton tcrnrne Richard, taken. Coleman residence, 303 Kineo,Friday, April 23 according to C.A. Skinner, with Chaplain Wetzel officiating I~/~ OIII~III~ lsco, Calif., no Ernest Walker reported an electrical short in kitchen range. High ....... 2:42 a.m.12.2 ft. manager of the Olympia socialand cremation following. I~,~InU~]~/,.L~| ~ose Fertilid ggles, failure to outboard motor and gas tank Low .......9:24 a.m. 0.7 ft. SUPERIOR COURT security office. Donations were made to the ..... I Dealers and siren, $30 taken. High ....... 3:48 p.m. 11.0 ft. Then later in the month ofCancer fund in lieu of flowers !.dge, Rt. 5, Box Mrs. Bert Day reported three Divorces . .. Low .......9:24 p.m. 4.2 ft. High Low- Precip.June, beneficiaries will receive an f~ ~ ~ ~ .~...,D..~i,.,~,.,m, ~D..q~,.~,,~b ~ Vmg while license calves lost. A divorce decree was granted ~ | ~0anklin,fOrfeit; Roy brokenPerry intoWatsnandreprtedfood aandCabina to: HighSaturday' ....... April3:1224 a.m. April 15 57 38 .01 additional check to make up the Dawn Simmons from Thomas 12.3 ft. April 16 55 37 - increase for the first months of, I You Should Know... forfeit;Sheltn'James battery charger taken. Simmons. Low ......10:00 a.m.-1.6 ft.April 17 45 41 .53 the year. t ~, ~e St., Chehalis, A sign was reported taken New Cases High ....... 4:48 p.m. l 1.7 ft. April 18 58 43 .04 With 26 million social security [travel expired from the Potlatch Post Office.State Department of Revenue Low ...... 10:12p.m. 5.1ft.Aprill9 57 35 - records to be changed and with I II CLINT WILLOUR ,.,o ,t E e Kitcherl If, $30 forfeit; M.C. Kaare reported an against Photos by I.ou Staudt, Pacific Daylight Time Starts AprilApri120216255 3539.01_ thethe needApril t avid slwing dwni3 and May 3 checks, i ~E i~oOSuirf~ini~~oStee~P~ol~wt'i'rkY~f'ii I Rt. 2, Box 201,eight-foot pram found, unpaid taxes. Sunday, April 25 The extendedoutlook callsJune is the earliest that the POSsession and Roy Nason reported a hole Harry Fisher and Lindall High ....... 4:48 a.m. 12.2 ft.for scattered showers on Friday increase can be accomplished. intoxicants, $50 cut in a roof.. Fisher against Dr. William Low ......11:42a.m. -2.6ft. and Saturday and partial Because these changes will 1717 Olympic Highway North I Hoodsport, H. J. Jutz reported two Schumacher, wrongful death byHigh ....... 6:48 p.m. 12.2 ft.cloudiness on Sunday. High be handled automatically, no one zated, $125 rhododendron and one azalea medical negligence. Monday, April 26 temperatures will be in the 50's needs to get in touch with his I~ LIFENORTHWESTERNINSURANCE NAT1ONALcoMPANY I! SUspended, plants taken. Charles Cosman against Low ......12:06 a.m. 5.9 ft.rising to the low 60's. The lows social security office about the ~ Ph. 426-8139 Robert Veronica Donaldson reported George Reid, abstractof High 5:24 a.m.12.1 ft.will range from 35 to 45 degrees, increase" Skinner said. .,,,o,,,~, ,,.,,,o~,,.,,,,,,,o,, ,~j judgement. . ...... -'~ ~R..,,b ~,..,D..,~. ,~,..~,. ~ .,,~ .~,~ .~,- ~- ~ .,~___q~_ ,~_ .... Teed ~r care reglaSS 08, Union, cedar and pine trees cut. Charles R.W. Henningsen reported a Box 750, pump taken from a fuel truck. $35 John Sisson reported a gas Mason can, fire extinguisher and 75 feet a, Public of nylon rope taken out of his fine, $ 5 garage. A. P. Erdahl reported a clock 9518 :, defective radio and two sleeping bags taken. feit; Paul SHELTON POLICE Seattle, Lawrence Swift reported $25 forfeit; fishing equipment valued at 5408 S. 10th, between $75 and $100 taken. forfeit; A vehicle driven by William J. 5th St., $15 forfeit; Combs hit a power pole at Center St. Rt. 2, and Dickinson. $15 Mrs. John Pearson reported an Overbeke, antique table taken driving Vehicles driven by Mary Hester and Otto Hahn were 30 revoked 60 involved in a collision on Mr. ~ery, 995 View. A motor bike ridden by Ore., Kenneth Bare hit a window in the Dairy Queen. Robert Pollock reported a Rt. 3, Box camera and a battery charge; s, failure to taken. line, $15 An office at the Junior High Overbeke, es m jail, Boon ox 376A, to run ;nded on area by t. 2, Box taking With net) Year aws. epartment ]n jail, 828 ~k in n't FOrget APril 29 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stier against Vanlew Lamport, cancellation of real 'estate contract. Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County Auditor's office this week were: George Kalat, 58, Shelton, and Reita Cullom, 56, Shelton. Rick Peckham, 19, Shelton, and Deborah Munsetl, 17, Shelton. Leonard Pace, 58, Shelton, and Roxanne Lynn, 55, Ollala. Terry Hartwell, 21, Shelton, and Mary Dyer, 18, Shelton. Reg. U.S. Pat. 223 N. 1st St. rs Low ...... 12:30 p.m. -3.1 ft. High ....... 7:42 p.m. 12.4 ft. Tuesday, April 27 Low ...... 12:54 a.m.6.6 ft. High ....... 6:00 a.m. 11.7 ft. Low ........ 1:12 p.m. -3.1 ft. High ....... 8:36 p.m. 12.3 ft. Wednesday, April 28 Low .......1:48 a.m. 7.2 ft. High ....... 6:36 a.m. 11.2 ft. Low .......2:00 p.m. -2.7 ft. High ....... 9:36 p.m. 12.1 ft. Thursday, April 29 Low .......2:42 a.m. 7.6 ft. High ....... 7:24 a.m. 10.5 ft. Low .......2:48 p.m. -1.9 ft. High10:36 p.m. 11.8 ft. THE NEWSPAPER-MAN is more than most men, a double personality; and his person feels best satisfied in its double instincts when writing in one sense and thinking in another. Henry Brooks Adams Buy one at regular price get another for lUSt 1 ...... Off. Am. D. Q. Corp. O 1970 Am. D. Q, Corp. REG. - OILY 7 OUNCE REG. $1.59 - DRY "Groovy Label" $2.25 VALUE i 7 "PEPSI-COLA, PLANTERS PEANUTS, GREEN GIANT CORN." CHOICE 12 QT. SIZE 19 12 FL. OZ. REG. '$1.59 NOW REG. $1.79 DAYTIME 30'S OVERNIGHT 12's 49 Now REG. 98 Now EFFERDENT TABLETS 40's. REG. $1.19 FIRST AID CREAM JOHNSON & JOHNSON REG. 59 12 EXPOSURE REG. $1.40 REG. $1.60 / lycil'acin0intment ,0.ou,c s3-97 ran-M REG ,, 6, NOW 1L ___________ _ g ................. "- -" .............. 4 OUNCE. $2 VALUE NOW 1 5'S. DOUBLE DUTY REG. 89 EA. 2 REG. $2.49 Pro Tool .ow REGULARLY $1.49 NOW 12 OUNCE. REG. $2.50 NOW I 9 OPEN 9:30 - 8:30 DALLY. CLOSED SUNDAY. Evergreen square 426-3456 Thursday, April 22, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Pacje 3