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JUSTICE Shelton, failure to use due dare and caution, defective equipment, ~h the docket in $35 forfeit; Bruce Camblin, 104 ty Justice Court E. Poplar, Shelton, permitting Correaduring unlicensed driver to operate Patrol :t, 925 Wilbert ~Peeding, $15 P. O. Box $15 Rt. 2, Box $15 912 E. registration, :tetter, Rt. illegal of Carol ~odsport, Doris Box 990, Yield right of reeway, $25 7821 S. to keep $10 Scrafford, failure to line, $15 1, Box ~,eding, $15 Rt. 3, defective license, 1701 York, Michael Box 720, a peace of his 16A Baer for game forfeit. Office .Rt. 2, Box Lntoxication, $65 fine; Box 271, driving $125 St., damage, m jail, 30 dition full Mathison, Angeles, larceny, restitution motor vehicle, $20 fine; Ronald Sollock, 126 E. St., no arterial stop, no operator's license $30 fine; Betty Strickland, Rt. 4, Box 320, Shelton, minor in possession and consuming liquor, $25 fine; Theodore Lovgren, 1011 Olympic Ave., Shelton, failure to use due care and caution, $20 forfeit; Frank Valleur, Rt. 1, Box 378, Shelton, illegal passing, $50 forfeit. COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County Planner's Office during the past week were to Clifford Alterman, second home, $12,000; Kenneth Bartlett, second home, $12,000; William Bruton, vacation home, $5,000; William Cowell, vacation home, $13,500; Albert Esche, second home, $9,500; Kenneth Esler, summer cabin, $8,000; Robert Fuhrman, cabin, $3,000; William Grady, second home, $15,000; Jack Hoffstrom, summer home, $1,500; Carl Johnson, Summer cabin, $2,420; Paul Johnson, second home, $1 2,000; Dr. Richard Kornmesser, second home, $12,000; George Kreiger, remodeling, $1,000; Lyle Markhart, home, $8,000; Michael McLean, cabin, $1,500; DeWitt Nelson, second home, $12,000; Arthur Nicklaus, residence, $29,950; Jack Poier and James Morrison, cabin, $5,000; Robert Swain, second home,$12,000; Walter Taylor, second home, $9,500; AlvinThomas, second home, $12,000; R. P. Tupper, residence, $8,500; Josephine Turner, summer cabin, $500; Carl Weiks, second home, $12,000; Robert Wildoner, cabin, $1,000; Robert Wise, summer cabin, $3,000. SHELTON POLICE Tony Gangi reported someone threw a beer bottle out of a car window and hit him in the head. A motorcycle ridden by Robert Sergeant with Ralph Pauley as a passenger overturned on Railroad Ave. Pauley was taken to Mason General Hospital for treatment for cuts and bruises. A sindow was broken out of Shelton Hardware by a beer bottle thrown during a fight in the vicinity. One of the Adventist School. Kenneth Salmon reported an attempted break-in. W. W. Mclntyre reported a cabin broken into. William McCunn reported a vacation cabin broken into. John McCunn reported a vacation cabin broken into. Merlin Short reported a go cart taken. R. W. Edwards reported three revolvers taken. Leo Nestell reported a long-haired Chihuahua dog missing. Dorothy Hanson reported a cabin broken into and several items taken. Lance Goehring reported a boat taken. A sign was reported taken from the fish hatchery at Matlock. Irene Wright reported a bicycle taken. Doug Souliere reported tapes for a tape deck taken. Mrs. Mesi reported an aluminum row boat missing. Jeff Bean reported he found a crab trap. A window was reported broken in the Shelton Valley Grange Hall. Wayne Hansberger reported a cabin broken into. CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the city of Shelton during the past week were to Morris Kinnan, carport and patio, $840; First Realty Co., residence, $16,900; First Realty Co., residence, $16,900; First Realty Inc., residence, $16,900; First Realty Inc., residence, $16,900. FIRE DEPARTMENT Aug. 3, 12:15 p.m., veneer plant, out on arrival. SUPERIOR COURT New Cases Coast Credit Service against Mr. and Mrs. Everett Collins, transcript of judgement. Laura Wagener against Mason County Federal Credit Union, damages. Carl Coad against Doris Griffiths, breach of contract. Marcus Renhard against Mason County Prosecutor and Mason County, damages. Elvin Edwards against Allan Bell; :~luiet title. 1521 Union participants was taken to Mason to yield General Hospital for treatment of cuts received in the fight. ian, $25 Bob Selby reported a bicycle O. Box COnduct, missing ____._ _ ____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _.__._._ -. A w~llet belonging to Mrs. , St. Rt. Larry Hanson was found and Hi Low Precip. minor in turned in to the Police July 29 87 57 - Onsuming Department. July 30 95 60 - of travel, Mrs. Dean Smith reported a July 31 75 62 - 5 forfeit; house entered. Aug. 1 74 60 - Box 483, Charles R. Hoit reported a Aug. 2 76 55 - ; While wallet lost. Aug. 3 80 57 - of travel, Ramona Smith reported a Aug. 4 72 63 - on Person,house entered. There is a chance of showers nded, "ated, fine, five ; Gary 152, SHERIFF'S OFFICE George Adams reported a flag pulled down at the Seventh Day on Friday with partial cloudiness on Saturday and Sunday. High temperatures will be in the 70's with lows in the 50's. Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County auditor's office this week were: Lloyd Close, 54, Auburn, and Effie Balton, 63, Auburn. William Scully, 77, Bremerton, and Dorothy O'Donnell, 70, Bremerton. Glen Van Blaricom, 22, Shelton, and Elizabeth Quimby, 21, Shelton. Leonard Rice, 19, Shelton, and Debbie Hoosier, 17, Shelton. Patrick Peck, 18, Shelton, and Patricia Yeck, 18, Shelton. Richard Barnes, 24, Aberdeen, and Linda Simpson, 23, Shelton. Orville Ramsrud, 31, Shelton, and Mikell Tonkinson, 36, Shelton. Teddy Haddock, 18, Shelton, and Norma Fillo, 16, Shelton. Calvin Ellis, 21, Tacoma, and Nancy Koon, 20, Spanaway. Due to the outbreak of sleeping sickness (Venezuelan Equine encephalomyelitis) (VEE) in horses in Texas and the possible need for vaccination in states besides the five now included in the Texas area, the Extension Service has been asked to make an immediate count of all horses, mules, ponies and donkeys in the state, says county agent Harold Van De Riet. Dr. Roy Hostetler, WSU Extension veterinarian, says the equine head count is a precautionary measure so that enough vaccine will be available if needed at some future date and the areas of concentration of horses will be known "Hence, it is vital that all horse owners in the state fill in the Extension Horse Survey if they received one," emphasizes Van De Riet. "If anyone who owns horses did not receive the survey by August 5, they should call the county Extension office at 426-4732, Shelton and leave their name, address and number of horses and ponies." He also suggests that if you have neighbors or friends who have horses and are on vacation that you call the county Extension office and report for them. "Time is important and we Truman E. Myers Dies In Hospital Truman E. Myers, 72, died in Mason General Hospital on July 28. He was born Sept. 8, 1897 in Weldon, Iowa. He had been a resident of Shelton for the past year, prior to which he had for 18 years resided in Montesano, where he was a member of the First Methodist Church. He had been employed as engineer for St. Joseph's Hospital in Aberdeen. Mr. Myers is survived by his wife, Achsa, of Shelton; three daughters, Mrs. Dave (Georgia) Brown of Des Moines, Iowa, Mrs. Walter (Jo Anna) Hansen of Centerville, Iowa and Mrs. Wayne (Barbara) Evers, Shelton; a brother, Wendell Myers, Washougal, Wa.; eight grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. A funeral was held at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Whiteside Chapel in Elma with the Rev. Ralph Turnidge officiating and interment in Satsop Cemetery. Donations to the cardiac heart fund of Mason General Hospital were requested by the family. Susie E. Lamb Dies On Saturday Susie E. Lamb, 2109 Island Lake Drive, died Saturday in Mason General Hospital at the age of 72 years. She was born Dec. 30, 1898 in Mason County and was a lifetime resident of the area. Surviving are her husband, Robert H. Lamb, Shelton; a son, Floyd Borst, Shelton; four grandchildren, Jim Borst of Shelton, Mrs. Anita Dunham of Seattle, Mrs. Joanne Lunceford of Walnut Creek, Cal. and Mrs. Rita Hall, Concord, Cal.; a sister, Mrs. Mae Hansen of Deckerville; and a brother, Ira Ford of Matlock. Pastor Roland Huber officiated at a service held in Batstone Funeral Home at 1 p.m. on Tuesday. Burial was in Shelton Memorial Park. New Arri, s Mason General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Melvin D. Cuzick, 1322 Dearborn, a boy, July 29. Edward H. Faubert Edward H. Faubert Taken By Death Edward H. Faubert, 321 Alder, was dead on arrival at Mason General Hospital on Sunday. He was 76 years old. Born in Shelton on June 2, 1895, he was a lifetime resident and was manager of the Shelton Hotel from 1919 to 1960. Mr. Faubert was an Army veteran of World War I and of World War II. He was a member of St. Edward's Catholic Church and of the Knights of Columbus. He was Past Exalted Ruler of the Olympia Elks Lodge from 1925 to 1926. He belonged to the American Legion and to the 40 and 8. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Beryle Faubert, Shelton; a daughter, Mrs. James (Joanne) McComb, Shelton; a step-daughter, Mrs. Paul (Lela Jo) Rich, Tumwater; six grandchildren; a great-grandson; and two sisters, Mrs. Estetle Hillier and Mrs. V. T. (Florentine) Connolly, both of Shelton. Rosary was recited at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in St. Edward's Catholic Church where Mass was said at 10 a.m. on Wednesday with Father Thomas Connolly officiating. Burial was in Shelton Memorial Park. r These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, August 5 High ....... 3:00 a.m. 10.5 ft. Low ......10:30 a.m.-2.4 ft. High ....... 6:12 p.m. 12.1 ft. Low ......11:18 p.m.7.4 ft. Friday, August 6 High ....... 3:54 a.m. 10.7 ft. Low ......11 : 12 a.m. -2.5 ft. High ....... 6:36 p.m. 12.4 ft. Saturday, August 7 Low ......12:00 a.m.6.5 ft. High ....... 4:54 a.m. 10.8 ft. Low ......11:54 a.m.-2.3 ft. High ....... 7:00 p.m. 12.6 ft. Sunday, August 8 Low ......12:42 a.m.5.3 ft. High ....... 5:54 a.m. 10.8 ft. Low ......12:36 p.m.-1.6 ft. High ....... 7:24 p.m. 12.8 ft. Monday, August 9 Low .......1:24 a.m.4.1 ft. High ....... 6:54 a.m.10.6 ft. Low .......1:18 p.m.04 ft. High ....... 7:54 p.m.12.8 ft. Tuesday, August 10 Low ....... 2:12 a.m.2.8 ft. High ....... 7:54 a.m.10.3 ft. Low ....... 2:00 p.m.1.8 ft. High ....... 8:30 p.m.12.7 ft. Wednesday, August 11 Low ....... 3:00 a.m.1.7 ft. High ....... 9:06 a.m.9.9 ft. Low ....... 2:48 p.m.3.5 ft. High ....... 9:06 p.m.12.5 ft. Thursday, August 12 Low ....... 3:54 a.m. 0.9 ft. High ...... 10:30 a.m.9.5 ft. Low ....... 3:36 p.m. 5.2 ft. High ....... 9:42 p.m. 12.1 ft. TIRES all at 1st & Railroad __= W. = ! _= = =- NOW ,n Sheiton regularly every month, on the first Friday of--'~ the month at HALLMARK INN Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Nebraska Picnic Jonker, Rt. 10, Box 509, a boy, = August 2. The annual Nebraska Picnic - Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Giles will be held at Lincoln Park in -- Jr., 220% Adams St., a girl,Seattle starting at l:30p.m. Aug. -- August 2. 15. Those attending should take _E Le Anna Christel their own picnic lunch, i FREE HEARING TESTS and demonstration of what Beltone may do to help you Hear Better- Enjoy Life More hope to have the horse census was born on July 27 to Mr. completed and reported to and Mrs. Don L. Hickam of Washington, D.C. by August 5,' Tacoma Grandparents are Mr. says Van De Riet. "Please do put and Mrs. John Hickam of Shelton, your total on the survey and send and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith of it back by return mail. The individual informa!!on will be Tacoma. treated confidential. It's a boy for Mr. and Mrs. Donald Yeck. Smokey Says: , Kevin, who has two older brothers, was born on July 27 in PREVENT FOREST FIRES. the McCleary Hospital. TtlERE ARE, in every age, new errors to be rectified, and -- new prejudices to be opposed. ---- := Samuel Johnson FRESH GOARA E O RES" Batteries. and accessories for all makes of hearing aids. Repairs and Service On All Makes Come to see our representative W Mr. Roy Pearson, at Hallmark Inn | ,T. Friday, August 6th, between 10 a.m. and 12 noon. Come in, or Dial 426-8277 = IF HEARING I$ YOUR PROBLEM I$ YOUR ANSWER 418 S. Washington, Olympia 943-9650 i~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ! 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