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September 16, 1971

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Court On Three men and a woman from Puyallup appeared in Mason County Superior Court Friday morning on drug possession charges. They were arrested by a Washington State Patrol Trooper in the vicinity of Schafer State Park over the Labor Day weekend. All four gave the address of 5604 River Rd., Puyallup. One of the men, Douglas Clutchey, 20, is charged also with second degree assault. In information filed with the charge, Clutchey is accused of pointing a .32 caliber automatic pistol at WSP Trooper Richard Peregrin. All four are charged with possession of heroin, marijuana, mescaline, cocaine and DI amphetamine. The other three are Caswell Burt, 23; Louis Barboni, 31, and Lynda Rover, 23. Bail on the three men was set at $1,000 each and $500 for Miss Rover. All four were released on bail bonds later in the day. William Barker, Tacoma attorney, represented the four in court during the identification and setting of bail Friday. Also appearing in Court Friday was Carl R. Dodge, Shelton. tte was represented by his court-appointed attorney Clifford Stilz Jr., Olympia. Dodge is charged with two counts of selling marijuana, tte was arrested July 31 and is still in jail. A writ of habeas corpus sought by Stilz was denied by Judge Robert Doran. Stilz said his client was arrested July 25, and that no charges were brought against him until Aug. 25. Prosecuting Attorney Byron McClanahan told the court Dodge was arrested on a Justice Court warrant, and, that bail was set at $2,000 on the warrant. McClanahan stated Doge had T,~en brought into Justice Court where he had been bound over to Superior Court. The prosecutor GAYLE WENTZ, left, was installed as president of the Shelton Chamber of Commerce last Thursday evening. Vince Himlie, right, was installing officer for the program. Gayle Wentz of Lumbermen's to take their seats on the boardbeen proposed by the board of of Shelton was installed as for two-year terms, trustees. stated charges had been filed in rest ........... . , , p . oen~ o~ me ~neJton tnamner A re s olu tion officially Speaker for the program was Superior. . . Court.which. .superceaeu .... ot ........ t.ommerce at me ~eptemt~er changing the name of the groupDennis McLaughlin, legal research the justice court charges anu mat .... ,' ...... memnersnlp meehng last from the Shelton Commercial director for the Association of bail had been continuua at ~z Duo ...... ", ' J nursuay night at Heinie s Club to the Shelton-Mason Washington Business. after the Superior Court claa~gcs ................... .... ~ .... ~;~,~if#~: I~ ~:~.~f~ff~. County. Chamber of Commer,ce tie discussed some of the ~" i~"d~i~e~i ~ot ~lltiee w~,~pxo~e~. . ~ ,~ . ,, ., :':, ~' , (. a~t~on~gf tc~ae,pgst session of the ., Walter Parsons of ITT Rayonier It was discovered earher that State Legisiature" and their e(fect the charges against nirr~. Three n ~ " ew boar members His bail was redUCed from ,~ , , while the group had been going on businesses. Among items $2,000to$500. Jerry Swartos, Norman Eveleth by the Chamber of Commerce discussed was unemployment and ttarry James, were installed name since 1938, the name had never been changed on the articles of incorporation filed with the state. The new name will be filed with the state following its approval last Thursday. Also approved were some revisions in the by-laws which had compensation and workmen's compensation. He stated business is losing its power with the legislature and that pressure groups are a big influence. He urged businessmen to get involved in politics to present their case in the legislature 11 Arrested On Liquor Charges At House Party Shelton Police arrested 11 persons, two of them juveniles, early Saturday morning after being called to investigate a report of a noisy party at a residence on Capitol Hill. Officers received the call at 2:10 a.m. Saturday that a noisy party was going on at 524 Oak St. Assisted by Washington State Patrol Troopers, officers covered the front and rear doors of the house, and, after being admitted through the front door by the occupant, made the arrests. A rrested on charges of supplying liquor to minors were Larry Lund, 21, 308 N. Wilson, Olympia; John M Grow, 21, S. 13th St., Shelton; tlarry Baeten, 21, 111 E. Railroad, Shelton; Ronald Augustine, 23, Mason Apts., Shelton, and John Jackson, 24, Rt. 5, Box 445, Shelton. Arrested on charges of being minors consuming liquor were Wayne Hilton, 20, 413 Hemlock, Shelton; Ted R. Lyon, 18, 324 Oak St., Shelton; Edward R. Cooper, 18, 1717 California St., Everett. and Lorrie B. Maynard, 18. Rt 1, Box 600. Shelton. A car, towing a boat and trailer, reported stolen from a downtown Shelton Street Tuesday night was recovered in Belfair by Mason County Sheriff's Deputies. Robert E. Watson, 5 1 5 Chenault Ave., Hoquiam, came into the Shelton Police Station shortly before midnight Tuesday night and told officers his car with a boat and trailer behind it had been stolen while he was eating. The vehicle had been parked on Railroad Ave. between First and Front Sts. Officers were told by the gate guard at the Simpson Timber Co. gate that a woman had driven the vehicle into the Simpson area looking for directions to Bremerton. The guard said he gave her directions and that she headed out on Highway 3. Other law enforcement agencies were notified, and, a Sheriff's Deputy at Belfair radioed he had found the vehicle parked in Belfair. The vehicle was recovered in good condition. Officers said no arrests were made in the incident and that investigation is continuing as to whether the incident was a theft Immunization Subiect f Census A number of families in this area will take part in the 1971 National Immunization Survey to be conducted the week of Sept. 20 by the Bureau of the Census, according to John E. Tharaldson, l)irector of the Bureau's regional office in Seattle. The annual immunization survey is part of a national program coordinated by the U. S. Public Health Service to determine the number of children and teenagers who have been immunized against influenza, smallpox, polio, diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus, and measles. The questions on immunization will be in addition to the usual ones asked in the Bureau's monthly survey of employment and unemployment conducted for the U. S. Department of Labor. Results of this monthly survey provide a continuous measure of economic conditions in the country. Facts supplied by individuals participating in this voluntary survey are kept strictly confidential by law and results are used only to compile statistical totals. Interviewers who will visit ele The Shelton City Commission agreed Monday to follow the recommendations of the City Planning Commission in denying a zoning variance to Lee Rhodes. Rhodes had applied for a variance after it was discovered his home was closer to the street right of way that was allowed under zoning regulations. The problem arose because the street which runs by his home Up Figures recently released by the Washington State Patrol show a substantial increase in accidents involving bicyclists. Chief O. C. Furseth said that ten bicycle riders have lost their lives so far this year. "This is double the number there were at this time last year," he continued. "Although those youngsters that were killed were almost all 12-years-old and younger, there has been a 96 per cent increase in injuries to those 15 and older." Failing to yield the right of way to a vehicle was the predominant cause of the bicycle fatalities. "I believe parents should occasionally check the riding habits of their children,'" Furseth said. "Once they have learned to ride a bicycle, they can develop bad habits without proper supervision." Now that most schools are open, there will be many more children on and along the highways during heavy traffic hours. "Motorists must expect the unexpected from a child, whether he is walking or riding his bicycle," Chief Furseth concluded. Freeze Info Is Available What price should you charge for items such as second-hand furniture during the wage-price freeze? The answer to this and other questions can be found in a new pamphlet, "The Wage-Price Freeze: Questions and Answers", available to the public, the General Services Administration announced today. The pamphlets, availa~b!e at Federal Information Centers, answer such questions as how will the price freeze work; how will the rent aspect of the freeze work; and how will the freeze affect people who work on commissions or piece rates. Peter Boyle and Dennis Patrick in the (Ia} rated satire Liza Minnelli and Wende/Burton in the COmedy drama "THE STERILE CUCKOO,, iners , or a breach of trust, families in this area are Mrs. Alene ~ *~:~ I Riehte. Tacoma and Mrs. Linda ::::::::::::.::;,:::::::::::::):f:::::::::::::::::? CAR ENTERED Mae smith, Olympia. A stereo radio and clock TYPEWRITER STOLEN combination was stolen from aAn Olympia portable s;ru t b 1~'i~l~i;:cc to~ d B~t 2U/:p 2 ~ ~YPt wr;tt rt aken a fr d~ :g~dsi ;2 a;ke ..... :.. ..... " i::ii .... ":::i!ii~i!" " :{!~ received by the local Sheriff's ,,' ...... ~' officeon September 11. The on ~nerwoo.a creek Koaa .m .:. , k~ ~ ........... Allyn according to a complaint wl/e~ 11.~1 u ~11 ~,,iJ i. anu [Ne " ~ "2 ........ recelvea in the local Sheriffs speakers lelt oenlno. ,,,,^ , . office sept. 10. ,I Rocking Re.cliners . You Should Know ! also ava,lable Ninety percent of the assets of ,' o B i . ii the average man are standing in his l $1tLES shoes right now. I I 1 71 7 Olympic Highway North t i:~ ,,~ ,.s~.^.~. ~o~^.~""'"*~S'E"" .~,,o.^, ,' "l" & Olympic Hwy. N. -Shelton - 426-3264 ' Page 2 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, September 23, 1971 ,equ arlance is 50 feet wide in the block just before it, but, increases to 60 feet in the block in which Rhodes' home is located. The home was located using the street on the 50-foot street and a building permit was issued. After the home was built, the problem was discovered and Rhodes applied for the variance to bring his home in conformity with zoning regulations. ttank Hadsell of Third and Euclid appeared at the commission meeting to ask if additional work could be done on patching the surfacing on the intersection. He stated one side was done, but, not the other. Street Superintendent Robert Temple told the commission when more patching material was available, the other side of the intersection would be done. Police Chief Frank Rains told the commission he had investigated Seventh and believed from the bridge help solve some of get pedestrians the bridge across the been extended feet, he said. continue his intersection to s~ as was requested Kills flies, mosquitoes, and other small flying insects indoors. REGULARLY $1.98 FAMILY SIZE REGULAR OR MINT REGULARLY $1.09 OILY -- DRY -- REGULAR REGULARLY $1.35 An international product by Waltham of Chicago I N STA' S ET~M 1. 2. 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