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July 1, 1971

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~UNTy forfeit; Jeanette Blackwell, Rt. 1, Box 540, Belfair, speeding, $20 the docket inforfeit; Mary Murphy, 1315 N. Justice CourtEastside, Olympia, speeding, $15 a Correaduring forfeit; Larry Watters, Rt. 4, Shelton, speeding, $40 forfeit. Municipal Department Hoss, Bellevue, !eit; Joan Shelton, David on person, LOush, 5 11 n, illegal O.ssession of 1, Box Marion Sasser, Box 83, $35 Potlatch, speeding, $20 forfeit; 3, Box Frank Hutson, Rt. l, Box 135, weight, Shelton, failure to use due care Rt. and caution, $25 forfeit; Kenneth defectiveEvans, Rt. 10, Box 260, minor consuming liquor, $50 forfeit; Rosabelle Robinson, 1620 Olympic Hwy N., Shelton, speeding, $20 forfeit; Melvin Cuzick, 1322 Dearborn, Shelton, Shelton, drunk in public, $25 forfeit; forfeit; Howard Thomason, 527 Bellevue, l, PublicShelton, driving without lights, t; Steven$15 fine; Donald Whinery, Rt. l, lelton, no Box l 1 0, Shelton, minor consuming liquor, $50 forfeit; Larry Ewing, 2029 Stevens St., Shelton, speeding, $20 forfeit; Marvin Roush, 5 11 Grant, Shelton, minor consuming liquor, $50 forfeit. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Planner's while Office during the past week were five daysto Erren Barnhard, residence, license $5,000; Charles Berninger, cabin, $2,000; M. L. Bidstrup, cabin, m jail; John 14th SW, turn, $15 Rt. 2, Box ;eding, $15 Rt. 1, a case of beer and a gas can taken from his pick-up. Vehicles driven by Chet Cheney and Cherryl Cling collided at the intersection of Brockdale and Island Lake Roads. Ralph Hilligoss reported a wallet taken. A vehicle driven by Ralph Sollock hit a power pole. Mrs. John Easterly reported a motor bike missing. It was later found. Burlington Northern Railroad reported wire taken. SUPERIOR COURT New Cases Ft. Lewis Flying Club against John Temple, damages. George Manussier against Robert Rains, superintendent of the Washington Corrections Center and the State Parole Board, writ of habeas corpus. Reliable Blacksmithing Shops Inc. against A. L. Dennis, transcript of judgement. Household Finance Corp. against Mr. and Mrs. Clark Crader, registration of judgement. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the city of Shelton during the past week were to Steve Hansen, apartment on second floor of Boon Plumbing and Heating, $15 $2,500; Robert Binion, residence, $6,000; John Tarrant, fence, $65; Arcadia, $14,000; Raymond Carey, cabin, R. Richards, living area addition, ~rakes, $15 $2,000; Orville Coglizer, garage, $3,500. ps, 1925 N. $600; H.oH.tsGOld, shop, $2,200; FIRE DEPARTMENT residence C o n s t r u c t 1 o n, to remain cabin $~ $25,000; Don Kraut, June 24, 12:39 p.m. Lael :nt, driving reckless Mclntir~' $17,000; G. Gordon furnace backfire. reside'nc ,000; Hazen Lawrence, Oliver residence, 1018 Ellinor, .olation$530 fine,f N , summer home $5,000; June 25, 7:35 a.m. Selma s in jail; _. Perr~ Moerdyke, seawall, Dion residence, 610 Pine, $1,600; George Mottner, cabin, chimney fire. Physical $1,000; Ricardo Sandoval, cabin, While t; Andrew OVer $35 or, 2715 Seattle, a public SUspended ; 45th SW, of ng giving false fine, $100 :Yat, es,. Box Shelton, Jail, $100 2015 Yale days in 540 N.y., Don Vl., ss, $25 e, 19124 $25 $900; John Sells, residence, $10,000; Jim Shumate, guest house, $7,000; Kermit Thompson, residence, $10,000; Edward Tuck, cabin, $7,500; George Vance, seawall, $7,000; John Vonhof, residence, $4,000. SHELTON POLICE An attempted break-in at Mt. View School was investigated. Vehicles driven by Coda Tohill and Kenneth Christensen collided at Dearborn and Holman. Robert Helling reported a windshield broken by a rock or a pellet gun shot. Dan Dittmer reported five checks taken. Vehicles driven by Barry Strom and Raymond Johns collided at Seventh and Alder. Richard Hopkins reported stereo tapes taken from his car. Bert Deyette reported vandalsim to a car. SHERIFF'S OFFICE A newspaper rack was reported taken from the Lake Limerick Inn. Les Bozrath reported a 10-speed bicycle taken. R. B. Thomas reported two sleeping bags, two boxes of clothing, swimming suits, towels, add sheriff off Gerald Watters Jr. reported a stereo, radio, rifle, records and food from a freezer taken. Jerry Watters reported a cow missing. Martha Rogers reported a portable bar taken from a car. The Port of Shelton reported runway lights vandalized. ~~v~~ June 24 June 25 June 26 June 27 June 28 June 29 June 30 The indicates showers Sunday, High 65 to 40's. Hi Low Precip. 67 46 .01 56 49 1.28 67 45 .01 67 48 - 64 49 .04 64 49 - 70 43 - extended outlook the possibility of a few on Friday and again on mostly along the coast. temperatures will be from 75 degrees with lows in the ACE SPECIAL 80 PC. ASST. Retail Value $8.30 PARTY FUN RETAIL VALUE $10.95 Retail Value $4.50 IP THIS OUT COUPON KIDDIES DELIGHT ECONOMY VALUE A terrific assortment for the Junior crown. Sparklers, w ggley snakes, br ght surprises for everyone. eAZZtt DAZZLe NOTHING TO BUY! i~ip & bring to any Jaycee and, Limit 1 -- While they last. ash Value 1/20th Retail Value $13.70 MAMMOTH Retail Value $24.20 EXHIBITIONS OLYMPIC HWY. S. NEAR SANTA CLAUS NEAR "H'" St. ON OLYMPIC HWY. N. Marriage Licenses VA Reports Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County auditor's office this week were: Eliot Bradfotd, Jr., 29, Seattle, and Susan Duckham, 25, Seattle. Albert Lent, 68, Seattle, and Ethel Estabrook, 63, Elma. John La Fazia, 44, Bremerton, and Myrna Kerkes, 35, Bainbridge Island. Russell Hensler, 20, Montesano, and Anita Cox. 18, Montesano. Donald Johnson, 20, Hoodsport, and Alice Johnson, 17, Hoodsport. S Mason General Hospiial Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C. Younglove, 1410 Ellinor St., a boy, June 28. 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, July 1 Low ....... 6:36 a.m. 3.0 ft. High ....... 1:06 p.m. 7.9 ft. Low ....... 5:42 p.m. 6.0 ft. Friday, July 2 High ...... 12:00 a.m.10.9 ft. Low ....... 7:24 a.m. 2.0 ft. High ....... 1:42 p.m. 8.6 ft. Low ....... 6:48 p.m. 7.1 ft. Saturday, July 3 High ...... 12:30 a.m.10.7 ft. Low ....... 8:12 a.m. 1.1 ft. High ....... 4:00 p.m. 9.5 ft. Low ....... 8:00 p.m. 8.0 ft. Sunday, July 4 High ....... 1:06 a.m.10.5 ft. Low .......8:54 a.m. -0.6 ft. High ....... 4:54 p.m. 10.3 ft. Low .......9:12 p.m. 8.5 ft. Monday, July 5 High ....... 1:48 a.m. 10.5 ft. Low .......9:36 a.m. -1.4 ft. High ....... 5:36 p.m. 11.1 ft. -'Low .....10:06 p.m.8.8 ft. Tuesday, July 6 High ....... 2:24 a.m. t0.5 ft. Low ....... 10:12 a.m.-2.1 ft. High ....... 6: 18 p.m.11.6 ft. Low ......11:00 p.m.8.6 ft. Wednesday, July 7 High ....... 3 : 12 a.m. 10.7 ft. Low ......10:54 a.m.-2.7 ft. High ....... 6:48 p.m. 12.1 ft. Low ......11:42 p.m.8.4 ft. Thursday, July 8 High ....... 4:00 a.m. 10.7 ft. Low ......11:36 a.m.-3.1 ft. High ....... 7:18 p.m. 12.5 ft. Plans for a six-fold increase in the number of Veterans Administration drug treatment centers were reported this week by Donald E. Johnson, Administrator of Veterans Affairs. Five of the specialized VA drug treatment centers have been placed in operation since October 1970. VA planning, Johnson said, provides for the opening of 14 more centers by the end of next month, and the creation of still another 13 centers by approximately October 1, 1971. This 1971 total of 32 specialized treatment centers will provide capacity for the annual care of an estimated 6,000 veteran-addicts in addition to veterans already receiving drug treatment in a regular VA hospital setting. The VA Administrator noted that 781 veterans manifesting drug abuse or dependence (including 289 narcotics users) were discharged from VA hospitals in the last nine months of fiscal year 1969. The number of such veterans treated and discharged increased to 3,149 (including 1,374 narcotics users) for the entire fiscal year of 1970. For just the first six months of the current fiscal year 1971, which includes the operation of the five VA pilot drug treatment centers, the number of veteran drug discharges totaled 2,466 (including 1,188 narcotics users). The first VA specialized drug treatment center was opened last October in Washington, D.C., Similar centers were activated last January in New York City, Houston, Battle Creek, Mich., and Sepulveda, Calif. The 1 4 new VA drug treatment centers scheduled to be formally opened next month will be located in Baltimore; Boston; Buffalo, N.Y.; Syracuse, N.Y.; Salem, Va.: Miami, Fla.; Oklahoma City; Minneapolis; Brecksville, Ohio; Chicago; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Iowa City, Iowa; PaiD Alto, Calif.; and Salt Lake City. The 13 additional centers to be activated by a target date of October 1, 1971, will be located in Vancouver, Wash.; East Orange, N.J.; Philadelphia; Atlanta, Ca.; New Orleans; St. Louis; Indianapolis; Brentwood, Calif.; Brooklyn; North Little .Rock, Ark. ; Omaha; Topeka, Kans.; and Denver. Kiwanis Speaker Roger Lund, director of the Olympia office of Young Life will be the speaker at the Shelton Kiwanis Club meeting at noon Tuesday in the Timbers Restaurant. LIFE IS short; live it up. Nikita S. Khrushchev AT CAPITAL SAVINGS NEW HOURS 9 to 5:30 Monday thru Thursday 9 to 6 on Fridays & State Paydays. AMAZlNO SAFARI GRILL * INSTANT ACTION * LIGHT NEWSPAPER := .... * START KINDLING ALSO CHARCOAL * DELICIOUS STEAKS IN SEVEN MINUTES * Qualified deposit cOn~plyin9 with F.H.L O, RegulatiOnS- our Special buy! Penn-Prest* shirts of polyester/cotton. White or pastel solids, prints. 32 to 38. lor $ I I Thick rubber I Special buy! [ I tire tread ~ole [ Jamaic hortsc/a s O i I sandals. 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