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July 15, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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; / the docket in Justice Court during Rt. 1, Box to yield fight Danny Potlatch, suspended, in jail, Rt. 5, illegal int oxicants, fine, 20 days fine; Lewis Way, Yield right of Dean, 504 illegal Xicants, $50 2112 on, illegal $50 Box 282, ',lmet, $15 St. Rt. 1, on person, Rt. speeding, Rt. 1, tail eit; Rodney [4 C. St., lestrian on Mary Sura, Silverdale, Ingery, while five days ed, license Timothy center line, 4445 negligent Pec, 2236 "King St., Shelton, defective equipment, $15 forfeit; Gary Getty, 1914 Franklin, Shelton, drunk in public, $25 forfeit; Ned Miller, 659 Ellinor, Shelton, drunk in public, $25 forfeit; T. W. Fredson, 504 Dearborn, Shelton, drunk in public, $25 forfeit; Chester Peek, 325t Beck St., McCleary, $25 forfeit. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Planner's Office during the past week were to D. W. Amundson Jr., recreation cabin,' $2,000; William Bond, cabin, $5,000; Ronald Casebier, residence, $26,000; Acquinaldo Celestine, cabinet shop, $10,000; Stanley Chinery and Harold Reed, vacation home, $3,500; Joe Goodroe, seawall, $4,500; ITT Rayonier, pump house, $3,500; Lee James, repair bulkhead, $2,000; Orville James, residence, $25,000; Charles Marshall, cabin, $500; Art McKaig, retaining walls, $4,185 ; Billy Pettitt, residence, $4,000; David Walker, residence, $20,000; Ralph Wickstrom, recreation building, $4,000; George Witcraft, recreation room, $2,000. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Mrs. Cockburn reported vandalism to signs at a fish hatchery. Mr. Finley reported windows broken out of Pioneer School. Mrs. A. C. Staley reported a cabin broken into. Steve Bond reported a house trailer broken into. Stan Gwinnett reported four rolls of roofing, a tool box and a fishing tackle box taken. Charles Tolias reported a pump hosue broken into ann fishing gear taken. Elvin Nichols reported gasoline taken. Gary McKinsey reported a break-in. SHELTON POLICE John Anderson reporteda wallet found. Gloria Strate reporteda bicycle lost. It was one which had been found and turned in to the police station and was returned to the owner. Jerry Zernicke, manager of the Cameron Hotel, reported a break-in in which money was taken. The door to Shaub Ellison was found open. A sack of clothing and a leather poncho was found in Evergreen Square by officers. They were returned to the owner. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the city of Shelton during the past week were to Ivan Dumovish, garage, $1,500; Sam Valley, fence, $1 20; Jim Emmett, carport, $700; Conrad Saupe, fence, $200. FIRE DEPARTMENT July 12, 2:57 p.m., Harold Moore residence, 521 Bellevue, clothing in drier caught fire, $50 damage. July 12, 11 : 15 p.m., fire in car belonging to John Morris. SUPERIOR COURT New Cases Kenneth Burrows, trustee-interpleader against Andrew Karpak, disposition of proceeds of sale. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Livingston Applying for marriage ficenses in the Mason County auditor's office this week were: Robert Ruddell, 20, Shelton, and Martha Nannie, 18, Yakima. Gary Robinson, 21, Shelton, and Julie Pitts, 18, Shelton. Lewis Mason, 53, Allyn, and Betty Johnson, 38, Bremerton. Peter Scott, 19, Shelton, and Pam Walker, 18, Shelton. Thomas Hawkins, 43, Ariel, and Gladys Lee, 45, Shelton. Riley Beerbower, 27, Elma, and Linda Foote, 27, Escondido, Cal. Dale Hill, 23, Marysville, Cal., and Judy Marshall, 18, Shelton. Ti These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, July 15 Low ....... 5:30 a.m. 1.5 ft. High ...... 11 "54 a.m. 8.6 ft. Low ....... 4:54 p.m. 5.3 ft. High ...... 11:12 p.m.12.4 ft. Friday, July 16 Low ....... 6:30 a.m. 0.4 ft. High ....... 1:42 p.m. 9.1 ft. Low ....... 6:00 p.m. 6.9 ft. High ...... 11:54 p.m.12.0 ft. Saturday, July 17 Low .......7:30 a.m. -1.3 ft. High ....... 3:18 p.m. 10.0 ft. Low .......7:24 p.m. 7.9 ft. Sunday, July 18 BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPT. HURRY 148 ONLY Women's Orig. 3.50 to 6.00 NOW 45 ONLY Orig. 4 to 8.00 NOW TO 53 ONLY it Group Orig. 3.00 to 6.00 NOW TO 7 ONLY Knit Suits Orig. 19.88 NOW REDUCED! Rain Coats 2 ONLY ORIG. 8.00 NOW 3.88 6 ONLY ORIG. 10.88 NOW 7.88 6 ONLY ORIG. 12.88 NOW 8.88 4 ONLY ORIG. 16.88 NOW 12.88 2 ONLY ORIG. 21.88 NOW 17.88 REDUCED! REDUCED! 40 ONLY 4- 6X, Orig. 3 to 6 NOW 31 ONLY 7- 14, Orig. 5 to 7 NOW 9 ONLY Swimwear TO TO ii Orig. 4.50 & 3.79 NOW 34 ONLY Orig. 79 REDUCED! 2& NOW 3 Pc. Sets 3-6X Orig. 3.00 7-14 - 50 ONLY Orig. 3.50 to 5.00 NOW 4 ONLY -- 3-6X NOW & ,,Orig. 4.00 4 ONLY -- 3-6X NOW cabin broken into and six kitchen a g a i n s t M a s o n C o u n t y cabinets, five sheets of paneling, a Commission, Ruth Boysen, clerk High ...... 12:42 a.m.11.7 ft. 2960 Kerry, hammer, a screw driver and two of the county commission; Mason Low ....... 8:30 a.m. -2.0 ft. 7 ONLY ORIG. 8.00 NOW 3o1111 ~s, 10 days in card tables taken. County Planning Commission and High ....... 4:24 p.m. 10.9 ft. 3 ONLY ORIG. 7.88 NOW 5.88 tcia Shelstead, Donald Walter reported a James Connolly, secretary of the Low ....... 8:48 p.m. 8.4 ft. 5 ONLY ORIG. 9.00 NOW ~1~88 Seattle, petit tractor taken, planningcommission,writof 9 ONLY ORIG. 4.00 NOW 2,99 ~cenity, $100Humphrey Nelson reported a review. Monday, July 19 SUspended. break in and a radio taken. High ....... 1:36 a.m.11.3 ft. REDUCED! ei)artment Two suit cases were found on we~the;--Low ....... 9:24 a.m.-2.5 ft. Wo.enls Swi. 1 ~. the freeway and turned in to the High ....... 5:18 p.m. 11.6 ft. 1744 305th, Sheriff's Office. They were later Low ......10:00 p.m. 8.4 ft. Rout license, claimed by the owner. 27 ONLY ORIG. $8 to $10 NOW Ided; Toni Diana Crawford reported a car Tuesday, July 20 ;t View Dr.,ran into a house. High ....... 2:36 a.m. 11.0 ft. ag without Jay Graybill reported a power Low ......10:12 a.m.-2.7 ft. 9 ONLY oRIG. $11~ to $14 NOW High ....... 6:00 p.m. 12.0 ft. feit; Harlan winch taken off a boat. " Low Precip. Low ......10:54 p.m.8.1 ft. , Box 338 Elsie Higgins reported a wallet July 8 75 54 - 16 ONLY ORIG. $15. NOW bout license,lost. ~ July 9 67 55 .21 Wednesday, July 21 Luckenbill, Mrs. Eldon Reed reported a July 10 68 54 .05 High ....... 3:30a.m. 10.8 ft. REDUCED! :Without a break-in in which a portable July 11 61 53 .20 Low ...... l l:00a.m. -2.7 ft. :it; Kenneth radio, a portable television and July l2 68 47 .01 High ....... 6:42 p.m. 12.3 ft. Women's Sk Box 567, two watches were taken. July 13 75 48 - Low ..... '. 11:48 p.m. 7.6 ft. Without a Nancy Vrahnos reported she July 14 80 50 - Thursday, July 22 TO :it; Phillip found a wrist watch. Orig. 5 to 7.00 NOW NE 2 1 st, Lionel Pummell reported two High ....... 4:18 a.m. 10.6 ft. ~ Without a truck tires taken. IRRATIONALLY HELD Low ......ll:36a.m. -2.4ft. Ernest Croover reported atruths may be more harmful than High ....... 7:12 p.m. 12.4 ft. t. 1, Box while for feit; Box 271 forfeit; Stewart $25 5, Box Peeding, dic, $25 601 minor a POlice 10 Rt. 3, n jail; 1, Box reasoned errors. Thomas Huxley 15%. Twin Reg. 5.99. Printed polyester/ rayon blanket, nylon binding, machine washable. With vinyl zipper storage bag. Full, reg. 7.99, now 6.79 Twin Reg 4.99. Acrylic blanket for all seasons. Nylon binding. Machine washable. Decorator colors. Full, reg. 5.99, now 5.09. Sale prices elfecUve thru Saturday. The values are here every day. Shop Daily 9:30/5:30-- Fridays "9:30/8:30 P.M. REDUCED! Orig. 3 to 5 NOW SPECIAL BUY! PennPrest (tm) NOW SPECIAL BUY! SPECIAL BUY! r 6 ONLY yester Rugs Green & Gold 100 ONLY Multi-Color ORIG. 3.99 to 5.99 ORIG. 6.99 to 8.99 NOW NOW SPECIAL BUY! & Orig. 7.00 NOW 3 6x;' $ for I _ ]1 Orig. 1.59 & 2.59 NOW m 7- 14 I TO Orig. 2.00 to 4.00 NOW P , Sid$' Yr, stem =cb ! i REDUCED! j [ Boys' $ olts Pre-School, Orig. 99 & 1.98 NOW School Age, Orig. 1.49 to 2.98 NOW REDUCED! Men's Be Orig. 2.99 to 3.98 NOW REDUCED! Men's Swim Orig. 3.98 NOW REDUCED! Pre-School & School Age Orig. 1.49 to 2.98 NOW SPECIAL BUY! Men's Sport & Dress 5 SETS Solids, Penn-Prest (tin) TO Two Patterns 8 PC. SETS Pan Sets SPECIAL BUY! WEB CHAIR .............. Grn./NVhite WEB CHAISE ............. Grn./White WEB CHAISE ............. Multi Color PADDED CHAISE ................... FOLDING COT ......... Orig. 9.99 NOW The values are here every day. SHOP DAILY 9:30/5:30 - FRIDAYS 9i30 TO 8:30 P.M. Thursday, July 15, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 3