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RT the docket in Justice Court during State Patrol 322 East F. right Leo Ave. E., Passing, $15 Rt. 4, Box eding, $15 Rt. 3, Box )n, illegal $50 2201 negligent Pyle, no :ense, $15 Bremerton, fishing for game fish with illegal gear, $15 forfeit; Charles Jones, 12568 60th Ave., Seattle, fishing for game fish during closed season, $25 forfeit; Wayne Andrews, P. O. Box 36, Seabeck, fishing during closed season, $25 forfeit; David Braun, 410 Hewitt, Bremerton, fishing during closed season, $25 forfeit; Fortuna Hawkins, 1016 5th St., Bremerton, fishing without valid license, $25 forfeit; Walter Mancini, Bayshore West, Bremerton, fishing without valid license, $25 forfeit; Norman Crowther, PSNS, Bremerton, fishing during closed season, $25 forfeit; Gary Gagne, 6310 S. Highway 3, Bremerton, fishing in closed season, $25 fine; Tilman Robson, Rt. 4, Box 118, Poulsbo, fishing during closed season, (two Rt. 3, charges), $50 fine; Juanita Van a, recklessWagoner, Rt. 7, Box 7701 fit; GeorgeWinslow, fishing in closed season, Shelton, $25 forfeit; George Marlin, Rt. 4, right of center t; Evelyn St., $25 1923 N. k, defective Cleven, Orchard, Richard Kemp, 221 failure to 5 forfeit; I, Box 1proper fired Way N., to stay forfeit; o 71, Allyn, $25 forfeit; Rt. 1, Box rag, $15 924 driving fine, nded; Scott Dr., Calif. Henry oad, $35 Burnett, tolerence, $50 fine, SUspended; Box 692, ight, $25 7919 ~, speeding, Mohoric, tmwater, David Shelton, forfeit ; Turner, at stop es JOhnson, driving while fine, 35 license )roper ~erton, $15 5222 -~attle, ed. )x 315, Box 916, Silverdale, exceeding bag limit of trout, fishing during closed season (two counts), $75 fine, fishing pole confiscated for six months. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the city of Shelton during the past week were to D. Wicken, garage, $1,056; Loyd Lyles, patio, $250. SHELTON POLICE DEPARTMENT Mrs. Ralph Wyatt reported two sprinklers taken. Albert Jackson reported vandalism. Awvina Fourre reported her car hit by another whose driver did not stop and identify. Vicki Hood reported $60 taken from a purse. A vehicle driven by Cheryl Langland and a parked car owned by Ray Warren were involved in a collision at Fifth and Franklin. Edward Kent reported two saw horses taken. Helen McDonald reported vandalism to a car. Mike Smith reported a bike taken from Bordeaux School. Randy Churchill reported a jacket taken from a car. Donna Vaughn reported a purse taken. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Jim Gallagher reported a shed broken into. Mrs. Kobert reported fishing lures, a travel alarm clock and a battery charger taken. Barrie Stroud reported a large oyster barge floating in Hammersley lnlet. Vehicles driven by LeRoy Bramer and Adam Leclair were involved in a collision. A cabin belonging to Eldon Kahny was reported broken into. Jack Fisher reported a cabin broken into. A flag and pole and eight markers reported taken from the golf course at Lake Limerick. Mrs. Fallis reported oysters being taken. Mrs. Harlan Olson reported a Siamese cat came to her place. Mail boxes belonging to Higgins and Patterson were reported knocked down. Dale Murry reported a pram taken. Port closed [ichael n, $25 SUPERIOR COURT New Cases Belfair Builders Supply against Charles Fritz, debt. Laura Wagener against Charles Scofield, personal injury. State Highway Department against J. D. Shotwell Co. and Manke and Sons, condemnation. Mason County Federal Credit Union against Mr. and Mrs. Earl Owen, U. S. Internal Revenue Service and State Department of Revenue, mortgage forclosure. Divorces Divorce decrees were granted to: William Rollins from Donna Rollins. Arnold Fox from Frances Fox. YuPon Raymond from Jerry Raymond rrivals Mary Servidio Dies In Hospital Mary Servidio, 63, died Friday in Mason General Hospital. She was born May 18, 1908 in St. Louis, Mo. She had lived in this area most of her life and was a member of the Golden Age Club. Survivors are four sons, Albert A. Fetterly of Texas, James Fetterly, Shelton, Kenneth Kessel, Tumwater, and Willard Kessel of Lacey; three daughters, Mrs. Katherine Welsh of Camas, Wa., Mrs. Mary Wood, Shelton, and Miss Donna Servidio, Seattle; 24 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; two brothers, Daniel Wilson of Shelton and Calvin Wilson of Eureka, Cal.; and a sister, Mrs. Katherine Cavers of Eureka. The Rev. Horace Mounts officiated at a service held at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the Batstone Funeral Home. Burial was in Shelton Memorial Park. Mason General Hospital May 27 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. May 28 Hickam, Rt. 2, Box 1012, a boy, May 29 May 26. May 30 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth P. May31 Spence, 1328 Fones Rd., June 1 Olympia, a boy, May 28. June 2 Mr. and Mrs. Roger D. Lovitt, 605 Euclid, a boy, May 29. 599H, Ti es These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, June 3 High ....... 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. Friday, June 4 High ....... 1:42 a.m.10.8 ft. Low ....... 9:00 a.m.1.5 ft. High ....... 4:12 p.m. 9.3 ft. Low ....... 8:42 p.m. 6.8 ft. Saturday, June 5 High .......2:12 a.m.10.7 ft. Low . :~. .... 9:36 a.m.0.6 ft: High ....... 5:06 p.m.10.2 ft. Low ....... 9:42 p.m.7.5 ft. Sunday, June 6 High ....... 2:36 a.m. 10.6 ft. Low ......10:06 a.m.-1.1 ft. High ....... 5:48 p.m. 10.9 ft. Low ......10:30 p.m.7.9 ft. Monday, June 7 High ....... 3:06 a.m. 10.6 ft. LoW ......10:42 a.m.-1.8 ft. High ....... 6:30 p.m. 11.5 ft. Low ......11:18 p.m.8.3 ft. Tuesday, June 8 High ....... 3:42 a.m. 10.6 ft. Low ......11 : 18 a.m. -2.4 ft. High ....... 7:06 p.m. 11.9 ft. Wednesday, June 9 Low ......12:00 a.m.8.3 ft. High ....... 4:18 a.m. 10.7 ft. Low ......11:54 a.m.-2.8 ft. High ........ 7:42 p.m. 12.2 ft. Thursday, June 10 Low ......12:42 a.m.8.3 ft. High ....... 5:00 a.m. 10.6 ft. Low ......12:30 p.m.-3.0 ft. High ....... 8:18 p.m. 12.5 ft. .0ark Brown Leather Hi Low Precip. 70 49 .01 76 46 - 61 49 - 64 44 .02 59 48 - 61 47 .06 56 48 -- The extended outlook is for partial cloudiness on Friday with fair weather for Saturday and Sunday. High temperatures will range from 65 to 75 degrees with lows in the 40's. Donee Group The First Chamber Dance Company, now in its first Pacific Northwest residency under the sponsorship of the Pacific Northwest Ballet Association, will present a performance in the Capitol Theater in Olympia on June 8, beginning at 8 p.m. The eight members of the First Chamber Dance Company, perform a repertoire of dances espec,~a!ly,created fgr th% "chamber" dance concept. The ballets tend to be short, concentrated, intimate. Sets and staging are minimized, dancers' artistry is highlighted. Featured in the company are former stars of the Joffrey Ballet, Royal Swedish Ballet, the New York City Ballet, and Charles Be n nett, director-choreographer and formerly a leading dancer with American Ballet Theatre. ,Dancers include Lisa Bradley, Janice Groman, Niles-Ake Haegbom, Sara de Luis, Marjorie Mussman, Michael Uthoff, and David Hitchcock, the first dancer from the Northwest to join the Company. Ballet Northwest, Inc., a nonprofit organization of Olympia citizens, is sponsoring the appearance of the First Chamber Dance Company in Olympia. WHAT IS a weed? A plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered. Ralph Waldo Emerson Regular $8M by Red or Navy Cobra pdnt rratu helton OPEN TILL 8:30 FRI. NIGHTS SHORT OR LONG SLEEVES, STA-PRESS SOLIDS, STRIPES, PLAIDS: ..... B)I Lee Trevino @9 MANY COLORS TO TO CHOOSE FROM. REG. $10.00 GREAT NEW SELECTION WALLACE BERRY KNIT SHIRTS *3" To *8" NOW A NEW LOOK AT MILLER'S FASHION DEPT. FOR YOUNG GIRLS Never a Better Selection Jr. Size Dresses Hot Pants and Groove/Knit Tops ALSO NEW LONG PEASANT DRESSES The Fashion is at Miller's ALL NEW DOUBLE KNIT REG. $5O.00 It's the Look of "1971" Great Selection SKIRTS- SHORTS HOT PANTS ALSO JUST IN IS THE NEW LOOK IN FASHION SUITS. LARGE LAPELS, HIGH CENTER VENT, BELTED BACK ON SWING SHOULDERS, FLAIR LEG, ALTERATIONS INCLUDED. 100% YEAR ROUND WOOL. MEN'S BETTER DRESS TIES REG. $3.50 4" WIDE 66 Ship b:shore Ideal Gift Men's and Women's Reg. to $65.00 Just Received 100 New Watches - Double Guaranteed // GREAT N[W LOOK The Gift That Would Please The Special Person sy Lorraine The Perfect From $4.00 To ;9.00 Thursday, June 3, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3 i