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June 17, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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California Ave., Seattle, furnishing liquor to minors, $75 the docket in fine; Harry Baeten, Ill E. Justice Court Railroad, Shelton, disorderly aCorreaduring conduct, $50 fine; Phillip Scrafford, 1305 E. Ellinor, Patrol tnson, 2447 1, Box lights on it; Ardell McCleary, on person, Suspended, 10 Beyer Shelton, SUspended, 10 aded; Bud N. 74th, Stop at stop it; Stanley NE, 136th, at stop RObert Shelton, way, $15 P. O. Box right t; Gerald Belfair, Mary 1vet Rd., closely, 291 Shelton negligent driving, $40 fine; Richard Willhite, 104 E. D St., Shelton, failure to use due care and caution, $15 fine; Arline Fullerton, St. Rt. 2, Box 99AA, Shelton, speeding, $30 forfeit; Adrian Tanner, 205 NE 58th, Portland, failure to yield right of way, no operator's license on person, $30 forfeit; Robert Niemeyer, 137 Deleware, Shelton, defective equipment, $15 forfeit ; Charrell Johnston, P. O. Box 127, Hoodsport, minor consuming liquor, $50 fine, $25 suspended; Stanley Calcote, Cameron Hotel, Shelton, driving while intoxicated, $125 fine, five days in jail, license suspended 30 days. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Planner's Office during the past week were to Melvin Beck, display cabin, $3,500; Earl Chappell, workshop, $900; Robert Clayton, residence, $20,000; Andrew Forrest, hobby house, $3,300; Leonard Hohmann, residence, $17,000; HOW Builders, residence, $20,000; Charles Mallery, cabin, $2,000; Robert Thomas, residence, $14,000; Tom Van Slyke, residence, $15,000; Gordon Viles, recreation, $3,700; White Spot Tavern, addition and remodeling, $10,000. agnolia $15 5212 Olympia, ~it; Kenneth speeding, Schley, fish forfeit; ith Ave., me fish Kurt Port ame fish d a, Shelton, Without a Michael Tacoma, Without a 77, Port Permit Willard 524, fine; (.572, BOX mor in $35 ), Box Box eny, S. $25 lton, ' Petit Curtis 570, fine; 193 or to rson, $50 2715 SHELTON POLICE Gerald Johnson reported his sister's house broken into and a television set taken. George Frisk reported a'wallet taken while he was in the hospital. Mrs. Virgil Manke reported a bicycle found in the brush near Callanan Park. Ralph Edenholm reported a wallet lost. A light pole was reported down at Seventh and Railroad. A vehicle driven by Paul Heilman hit a parked car owned by David Longan. A shed at Kneeland Park was found broken into. Gary Burger reported a jacket taken from a car. Mrs. Ed Hoseide reported keys lost. Don Squire turned in a wrist watch he found. Vehicles driven by Edward Chamberlin and Delores Merhab collided at Highway 10IS and Arcadia. John Laramie reported a tape deck taken. Mrs. ltelen Jones reported clothing taken from a drier at the laundromat. Vehicles driven by Lloyd Hodge and Cornelius Bunning collided at Highway 101 N and C St. A door was found open at Shaub Ellison. Mrs. Gary reported a sleeping bag, salmon pole and reel, alarm clock and rain coat taken from a boat at the city dock. Frank Knitshield reported a billfold lost. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Larry Wagner reported a tape deck, tapes, cooler, two jackets, a knife, duffle bag, clothing, cigarettes and a transistor radio taken. George Frisk reported a billfold taken while he was in the hospital. A door was found open on a cabin belonging to George Kihny. Marguerite Landsaw reported a bicycle missing. It was later reported found by the owner. Cliff Dodge reported a horse taken. Jeannie Hoots reported fire crackers thrown at her. John Emerson reported a boat taken. Everett Morken reported Vandalism to a loader. Betty Griffin reported a horse trying to get into her yard. Ray Johns reported a portable radio taken from his car. Richard Giles reported two jackets taken from his car. 426-4522 OPEN TILL 8:30 P.M. FRIDAYS M E N' S ....SHORT SLEEVE STA-PRESS Free Gift Wrapping For Father's Gifts i i ii i JUST ARRIVED ;HIRTS GREAT SELECTION REG. to $7.00 FASHION STRIPES AND SOLID ALSO POPULAR PATTERNS REG. $5.00 DON'T FORGET THE DOESN'T FORGET! OR /Sl0 SHORT SLEEVE 100% Acrylic Sizes S-M-L-XL 28 to 40 BRAND NAMES SLACKS REG. 20.00 88 CASUAL PANTS FAMOUS BRAND Reg.. $12.00 CASUAL REG. 1.50 FOR SUITS 100% sharkskin Wool Compares to $90.00 No Alteration Water Repellent Reg. $10.00 i ! ~!ii:i i!iiil SHOP Short Sleeves Fashion tones Sta-press The Shirt That Stays Neat All Day 79 Ea. For ,, Better D ress TIES $ .50 styles In Price Crow and Button Coiiar Front Great Selection in Colors TIES Reg. to $6.50 FOR And Ass't Selection and Styles Solid and Plaids BRAND WALKING TO Size 30 to 40 In Solid Stripe and Patterns Reg. to $65.00 ,k i, TO SHOE SALON REG. $5.00 Now Regular S 9.00 BLACK Big buy in Men's Buckled Slip-ons... styled up to the minute with broad toes and buckled interlaced strap.., Get 'Em NOWt I Reg. $10.00 Thursday, June 17, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3