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May 27, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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on the docket in ty Justice Court Week before Judge State Patrol 4917 Lacey to keep right $15 forfeit; Rt. 2, Box ~eding, $20 aels, Rt. 1, while fine, $75 30 suspended; S. 53rd center line, $20 624 Maple, Cessive Smoke, fine, $10 Rt. 5, Studer, St. Rt. 2, Box 128A, Brinnon, failure to keep right of center line, $15 forfeit; Robert Collier, 1275 Rogue River Hwy., Grants Pass, Ore., improper passing, $20 forfeit; Patrick Auseth, 2108 Garfield, Shelton, driving while intoxicated, $190 fine, 10 days in jail, suspended, license suspended 60 days; Walter Lutcavich, 202% Western Ave., Bremerton, failure to stay right of center line, $15 forfeit; Warren Workman, 1925 tlay St., Shelton, speeding, $15 forfeit; Donald Johnson, Rt. 2, Box 145, Shelton, driving without headlights, furnishing liquor to minors, $115 forfeit; Jack Hogenson, P. O. Box 150, Allyn, speed too fast for conditions, $15 forfeit. Sheriff's Office Richard Christian, 328 S. 5th, Shelton, faulty equipment, $15 forfeit; Louis Miller, St. Rt. 1, Shelton, drunk in public, three days in jail, $50 fine; James Reeder, Shelton, minor in possession of and consuming liquoL $50 fine. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Planner's Office during the past week were to Eldon Colston, carport and shop, $700; James Corner, cabin, $10,000; Gary McHenry, recreation cabin, $5,000; Gerald Morz, cabin, $2,000; Herbert Nelson, garage, $800; F. W. Robinson, addition to shed, $900; W. A. Roosendaal, vacation cabin, $4,500; Edwin Sanford, one-room addition, $5,500; Horace Waples, cabin, $8,000; Sanford Wentlandt, garage, $700. was found lying in the road injured. She told officers the horse she was riding had reared and then fell on her. Jerry Hill reported a rear wheel taken from a motor bike. King Logging Co. reported a fire box broken into and equipment removed from it. Harvey Clark reported a car broken into and a tape deck and tapes, wheels and tires taken. Mr. Archer reported a mail box door ripped off. Mr. Laigton reported a cabin broken into. SHELTON POLICE A door at Merv's Tirecap was found open. Vehicles driven by Thomas Leonard and Lowell Williams collided at Highway 101 and Turner St. Speeding, $15 Shelton, illegal consumption of SHERIFF'S OFFICE Kathrine Rinard reported a 700W. intoxicants, $50 fine; Lon H.G. Lawrence reported a purse taken. It was later Ver, illegal Simpson, Rt. 4, Box 353, 0xicas, $50 Shelton, illegal consumption of storage shed broken into. recovered. Irene Hooker reported she Vehicles driven by Arthur ;Per Hovey, intoxicants, $50 forfeit; David found three stop signs which had Custer and Sana Brewer collided :lsport, driving Lowry, 1624 E. 32nd, Tacoma,been taken down from county at Highway 101 and Dearborn. the SUspended; no driver's license on person, roads. Daniel Wood, an AWOL from O. Box 247, defective equipment, minor in George Davis reported a black the Army, was arrested and held on shoulder, possession of and consuming 15 fine, $10 liquor, $65 fine, three days in jail, Laborador dog missing, for military authorities. Mrs. Wiltman reported a pairA 16-year-old juvenile was Adams 2465 suspended; Robert Elf, 18436of men's glasses lost. arrested near Beckwith's Jewelery )art Orchard 24th NE, Seattle, drunk in public, Mrs. Gene Moore reported theafter a window in the store had Xicated, $150$25 forfeit; Richard Nourse, Rt. Calm Cove Marina broken intobeen broken. Officers said five til, SUspended, 2, Box 545, Belfair, speeding, $20 and about $150 in cash, two cases pieces of jewelery were found in 30 days; Dan forfeit; Robert Vance, 3408 of beer and a carton of cigarettes his pocket. x 4, Shelton,214th SW, Mountlake Terrace,taken. An attempted gas theft was 'ithout license driving while intoxicated, $125 Ken Walden reported he reported. ,Mark Antich,fine, five days in jail, suspended. Dave Knauff reported a watch Iron minor, in license suspended 30 days; John found six stop signs and a mail box in his driveway, missing. kd COnsuming Vonhof, 109 Hawthorne Lane, Arnold Saeger reported a mail R. Darrell Klein reported a he; William Shelton, drunk in public, resisting Ban Homme arrest, $10 fine, I0 days in jail, box torn down. portable television missing from a Perry Rollins reported a house room at the Hallmark Inn. 3nn, . negligent suspended; Danile Sewell, Rt. 5, broken into. Officers found a bicycle. tnObert Cole, Box 600, Shelton, speeding, $30 22, Shelton,forfeit;George Sillivan, 12135SE Stan Cochran reported a A vehicle driven by Paul 0rfeit; Susan 45th PI., Bellevue, no helmet, no television set taken. Wittenberg collided with a )th Ave S license on motorcycle no Mrs. Albright reporteda parked, unoccupied carowned by ' "' trailer house and a shed broken David Rosie. The collision r, $15 forfeit; motorcycle endorsement,$40 into and an electric can opener, occured at Highway 101 and C St. 112t5 Olympic forfeit. on, driving pillows, a garbage can, a gas Vehicles driven by Robert lantern, an insulated chest and a Lail and Rose Mary Jackson ended, $190 Municipal Department trouble light taken, collided on S. First St. i!, SUspended; Richard Christian, 328S. 5th, Doyle Scott reported two Vehicles driven by A. C. 306 W. 7th, Shelton, loitering near school, boxes ofclothingtaken. Linkletter and Teresa Wheaton g, $15 fine;$35 fine; Garry Griggs, Rt. 5, Box K eith Byrd reported a collided at Fourth and Pine. ,703 Elwood 3 50, Shelton, speeding, $35break-in. SUPERIOR COURT gent drivingforfeit; Patrick Sergeant, 1127 Orville Rupe reported a New Cases eY Stevens,Dickinson St., Shelton, failure to break-in and a television set, a Tom Brown against H. J. t, Portland, use due care and caution, $15 waffle~!~ron, a toaster, silverware, a Craft, promissory note .... ~' Cated, $125fine; Bobby Benner, Rt. I, Box sleepihg bag, pillows, blankets, a Michael O Donnell and Tara SUSpended,627, drunk in public, $25 forfeit; cushi0n, a barometer, two canned Blackwell, marriage waiver. days; FredJames Einarsson, Rt. 10, Box 43, hams, two cans of sausage and a Seattle First National Bank transistor radio taken. Bill Stewart reported a .38 caliber pistol taken. Pacific Sand and Gravel reported 40 gallons of gasoline, 60 gallons of oil, four quarts of transmission fluid and four grease gun tubes taken. Jerry Waiters reported headlights taken from a car. Randall Updyke reported vandalism. Rocco Manza reported a break-in. J. D. Shotwell Construction Co. reported motor oil taken. Mr. Paschke reported two shrimp traps taken. Donald LeClair reported a break-in. Mr. Jenkins reported a cabin broken into. Mrs. Edna Blevins reported her son lost a pair of leather riding gloves. Mr. Popelka reported a buoy, anchor and chain taken. Tex Whitchurch reported vandalism at a gravel pit. Ken Corey reported fire extinguishers taken from logging equipment. Ruth Ann Thompson, 12, 1821 Jones Rd., was taken to Mason General Hospital after she against Universal Management Corp., abstract of judgement. Glenn Parr, as guardian ad litem against Helen Baker, bodily injury. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the city of Shelton during the past week were to Bob Carey, fence, $286; Rudy Flakus, fence, $150. FIRE DEPARTMENT May 21, 12:20 a.m., Don Brown residence, 722 May St., short in fuse box. ~...~~--...~- .-v~ " -~~_ Hi Low Precip. May 20 57 40 .01 May 21 58 37 - May 22 74 49 - May 23 72 49 - May 24 73 48 - May 25 64 53 .26 May 26 67 51 .01 There is a chance of showers on Friday and Saturday, with weekend high temperatures ranging from 55 to 65 degrees and the lows in the 40's. Short sale! Through Saturday. All 3.50, Now 2 for AIl$4'Nw 2 for s7 ShOrt. We've ,~ ..... IU-'~un ~a yut ~1 ourrnisses' and 'unior ~t be,.,. ~e! Right-- . I ~1o..uun. Yo .... uow. When summer's Uble kni, u tl find cotton/polyesters, st,,, rnoro ',t.nylons, cotton denims and r~eS. Ch,~-WOven into all the ri ht-now '~use g Plaid.~ ~,, ,.SUmmer solids, stripes or - '- me hottest fashion colors. are here every day. 5:30" Fridays 9:30 to 8:30 p.m. We'll lend you an ear and then some. You'll find us a willing listener when you talk to us about borrowing for homes and for home im- provements. For business and for personal reasons. And money is now available at the best loan rates in a long, long time. For whatever worthwhile purpose, the first place to shop is First Bank. NATIONAL BANtf MEMBER F DIC New Arriw Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Rexford C. Melena, Rt. 1, Box 102, a girl, May 18. Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Kirk, Rt. 2, Box 516, a girl, May 19. Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. McCord, 1239 Birch St., a girl, May 19. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. ttolthusen, 1603 7th St., a boy, May 24. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo D. Terwilliger, Rt. 10, Box 475, a boy, May 25. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory R. Souliere, P.O. Box 4q4, a boy, May 25. These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 ft. Thursday, May 27 Low .......1:42 a.m. 7.8 ft. High ....... 6:12 a.m. 10.6 ft. Low .......1:36 p.m. -2.8 ft. High ....... 9:18 p.m. 12.5 ft. Friday, May 28 Low ....... 2:42 a.m. 7.7 ft. High ....... 7:00 a.m. 9.9 ft. Low ....... 2:18 p.m. -1.9 ft. High ...... 10:12 p.m.12.3 ft. Saturday, May 29 Low ....... 3:42 a.m. 7.3 ft. High ....... 7:54 a.m. 9.1 ft. Low ....... 3:06 p.m. -0.8 ft. High ...... 10:54 p.m.12.t ft. Sunday, May 30 Low ....... 4:48 a.m. 6.8 ft. High ....... 9:00 a.m. 8.3 ft. Low ....... 3:54 p._,u.1.2 ft. High ...... 11:30 p.m. 11.8 ft. Monday, May 31 Low ....... 6:00 a.m. 5.9 ft. High ...... 10:24 a.m. 7.7 ft. Low ....... 4:42 p.m. 2.5 ft. Tuesday, June 1 High ...... 12:12 a.m.11.6 ft. Low ....... 6:54 a.m. 4.9 ft. High ...... 12:00 p.m.7.4 ft. Low ....... 5:42 p.m. 3.8 ft. Wednesday, June 2 High ...... 12:48 a.m.l 1.3 ft. Low ....... 7:48 a.m. 3.8 ft. High ....... 1:42 p.m. 7.7 ft. Low ....... 6:42 p.m. 5.0 ft. Thursday, June 3 tfigh ....... 1:18 a.m. 11.0 ft. Low ....... 8:24 a.m. 2.6 ft. High .......3:06 p.m. 8.5 ft. . Low ....... 7:48 p.m. 6.0 ft. Floyd Armstrong Taken By Death Floyd W. Armstrong, a 28 year residentof Shelton, died Monday in Mason General Hospital at the age of 82 years. He was an Army veteran of World War I, and was a retired shake board cutter. He was born May 14, 1889 in Montesano, and is survived by his wife, Edna L. Armstrong, Shelton, and a niece, Mrs. kester Bland of Oakville, Wa. A service will be held at 2 p.m. today in Batstone Funeral Home with the Rev. Ed Chamberlain officiating and burial in Shelton Memorial Park. Joakim Wanberg Dies In Lacey Joakim B. Wanberg died Friday in St. Peter's Hospital in Lacey. He was 85 years old. He was born April 5, t886 in Aalesund, Norway, and had lived in Hoodsport for 14 years. He was a retired fisherman. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Lois Ing; a son, Thomas J. Wanberg; five grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews in Norway. A graveside service was held in Shelton Memorial Park at 1 p.m. Tuesday with Pastor Ken Robinson officiating. ,~A~. --~._~..~ ~._ ---~ ~-~~-- Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County auditor's office during the past two weeks were : LeRoy Lepper, 20, Centralia, and Lisa Stannert, 20, Centralia. Bernard Och Sr., 52, Olympia, and Agnes Anderson, 44, Shelton. Michael O'Donnell, 20, Bremerton, and Tara Blackwell, 16, Belfair. Delbert Robinson, 19, Forks, and Elizabeth Sisson, 19, Port Angeles. Ellis Custodio, 69, Bremerton, and Salud Manaog, 47, Bremerton. Hans Spring, 41, Chelan, and Etta Hoover, 31, Hoodsport. Elsie M. James Dies In Seattle Elsie Marie James, 61, died Sunday in the Swedish Hospital in Seattle. She was born May 1 O, 1910 in Denver, Colo., and had been a resident of Roseburg, Ore. for the past 24 years. She was a member of the Roseburg Rebekah Lodge No. 41. Surviving are her husband, William James, of Roseburg; a son, William T. James, Seattle; two daughters, Mrs. Nancy Dummert and Miss Helen James, both of Roseburg; four grandchildren; and two brothers, Alvin C. Anderson and Roy F. Anderson, both of Seattle. Pastor Ken Robinson officiated at a service held at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Batstone Funeral Home. Burial was in Shelton Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers donations were made to the tumor clinic of the Swedish ttospital Medical Center in Seattle. REVOLUTIONS, AS a long and bitter experience reveals, arc apt to take their color from the regime they overthrow. Richard tt. Tawney Infant Succumbs In Hospital Neal Hazen Brown Jr.. infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ncal It. Brown Sr. died Friday in Mason General Hospital. He was born May 20, 1971. Surviving him, in addition to his parents, are three sisters, April, Tammy and Brenda of the family home; and aunts and uncles Mr. and Mrs. John Singleton of Quilcene and Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Brown of Shelton. Bishop Lew McAfferty conducted a graveside service at 10 a.m. Monday in Babyland, Shelton Memorial Park. NOTICE Due to Memorial Day, City Cab will not be operating .Sat., May 29, Sun., May 30 or Mon., May 31. CITY CAB CO. 426-4446 nourlciFi is now associated with as real estate salesman. For acreage, homes, commercial, waterfront or farm properties call Keith at 426-1641 days or evenings 426-4379. 122 South Third St. STARTS MAY 15 THRU JUNE 5 LUM RME ;'S "Buildinc Mason County" Of Shelton * 426-2611 Thursday, May 27, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5 N