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November 11, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Frank D. (Bud) Pauley, 58, owner of Pauley Motors here, died at Mason General Hospital Monday. He was a life-time resident of Shelton, and was born here Feb. 18, 1913. He lived in Shelton all of his Fife except one year while attending Centralia Junior College and during duty in the U. S. Army in World War 11. Mr. Pauley was a member of the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Shelton-Mason County Chamber of Commerce and the Bayshore Golf Club. He had operated Pauley Motors, the local Dodge dealership, since 1951. Survivors include his wife, Barbara, Shelton; one son, Donald, Shelton; a sister, Mrs. Marie Kneeland, Shelton, and two brothers, James, Shelton, and Joseph Courtney, Hoquiam. Private Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today at Batstone Funeral Home with Rev. William Andrews officiating. Burial will be in Shelton Memorial Park. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be sent to the Intensive Care Unit of Mason General Hospital or the Mason General Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship fund. i: i i Frank D. Pauley Ballot ihorh Reason Is Told By Auditor The shortage of ballots in two precincts came because of miscalculation m her office as to how many voters would cast ballots in the two precincts, County Auditor Ruth Boysen said this week. it was reported alter lhe election last week there was a shortage of ballots on the Legion Slates Law Night Law enforcement officers will be the speakers at a joint American Legion and Auxiliary Law and Order Night program at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Memorial Itall. The speakers will include Sheriff John Robinson, Police Chief Frank Rains, District Justice Court Judge Glenn Correa, and ('apt. Robert Erhart, head of the Washington State Patrol Academy here. kach will talk about their respective offices and some of, the Grapeview School Board contest in Lake Precinct and on the Grapeview Port District in voting in Grapeview Precinct. The number of ballots which were short would not have made any difference in the outcome in either case. Mrs. Boysen said her office had tried to guess the number of persons who would vote in each contest in each precinct, and, that in these two, they had undcrestimated. The estimated number of ballots was based on the number of persons who had rot ed in the district in the precinct two years ago. She staled she was attempting to keep expenses down by keeping the number of ballots printed somewhere near the number which would be used. Special Meeting The Mary M. Knight School Board will have a special meeting at 8 p.m. Nov. t5 to install newly-elected school board "re'embers / Air Flights Brought Into Tree Patrol Work A new addition to the Christmas Tree Patrol by the Mason County Sheriff's Office this year is air surveilance, Chief Deputy Tom Creekpaum said this week. The tree patrol is a cooperative effort between the Sheriff's Office and the Douglas Fir Christmas Tree Association. Chamber To Hear Speaker Phase Two of President Richard Nixon's wage-price control program will be the subject of the Shelton Chamber of Commerce meeting at 7 p.m. tonight at Heinie's Broiler. Speaker will be Mrs. Jane Vimmerstedt, Taxpayer Representative for the Internal Revenue Department. She will discuss the overall wage-price program and particularly any decisions which have been handed down on Phase Two of the program. Chamber officials remind members, wives are welcome at the monthly membership meetings. There will be dinner at 7 p.m. followed by the program at 8 p.m. Book Sale Set A sale of used books will be held in the PUD auditorium on Tuesday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Conducted by Chapter B, PEO, the sale will raise funds for International Peace Scholarships to bring girls from foreign countries to the PEO-sponsored junior college in Nevada, Mo. The tree growers provide the funds to pay off-duty officers to patrol areas in which trees are being harvested. Creekpaum said the air flights are being made by Tony Sexton, Olympia, who is employed by a flying service there. Both day and night flights are being made, he said, with the air effort being worked in conjunction with the ground patrol. If the pilot sees something out of the ordinary from the air, he contacts the Sheriff's Office which then can have it checked out by someone on the ground. There will be patrols at various times, both during the day and at night, until the tree harvest season is over, the officer said. UGN Given The Mason County UGN fund drive is at about 10 per cent of its goal at $2,279, it was reported at a luncheon meeting Monday for heads of the various divisions of the campaign. Secretary Betty Ann VanderWegen reported that as of Monday noon, there was $538 from the business division; $872 from the payroll deducation division; $25 from the government division; $250 from the professional division and $584 for mailings. Campaign solicitors are continuing work in getting the fund drive completed. CALIFORNIA: A state that's washed by the Pacific on one side and cleaned by Las Vegas on the other. 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Kenneth Coots, the father of the missing boy, recently returned from Montana where he and the boy's grandfather, Raymond Wells, went to check out a possible lead. Coots contacted two men at a bar near Troy, Mont., who had seen a boy who answered the general description of Kelly in the company of an older couple in a light-colored foreign-made car. The people had headed east. Coots went as far as Kallispel, Mont. before returning home. Shelton Police said the identification from the two men in Troy was not positive and that they were continuing to follow up possible leads. Police said they were planning to send fliers to states east of Montana in the continuing effort to find a trace of the boy. The reward fund, which has been started in an effort to find some trace of the boy, has a total of $769.46 in cash and pledges. 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