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COUNTY stop at stop sign, $15 forfeit; Bunko, P. O. Box 75, Tattuya, URT Cary Settle, 126 Euclid, Shelton, 1330 E. Dearborn, speeding, on the docket in improper passing, $15 forfeit; negligent driving, $50 forfeit; 0Unty Justice CourtWilliam Tibbits Jr., Rt. 3, Box Derral Singer, 419 S. llth, Glenn Correa during1 54, Shelton, driving whileShelton, possession of loaded were: intoxicated, no valid operator's revolver concealed in vehicle, $50 license on person, $190 fine, fine; William Basch, 1747 E. State Patrol license suspended 30 days; Dickinson, Shelton, minor s Gouley, 320 Donald Weed, 444 King, ham, consuming liquor, $50 forfeit; driving while Olympia, speeding, $15 forfeit; Steven Witcraft, Rt. 4, Box 314, $I00 fine, $50 Leslie Wiles, 120 Kneeland, Shelton, speeding, $20 forfeit; license suspended 30 Shelton, negligent driving, $35 Carl Churchill, 321V2 S. First St., A. SMith, 1802 forfeit, petit larceny, 30 days in jail on driving while work release; David A. Smith, fine, 60 days in Sheriff's Office 1802 Laurel, Shelton, drunk and one year; William Kenneth Deans, 6334 NE disorderly, $50 forfeit; Randall Rt. 1, Box 615, 157th, Bothell, failure to stop at Stanley, 1221% Franklin St., in public, $25 stop sign, $I0 forfeit; Gerald Shelton, no valid operator's ary Getty, 1014 Chappel, Rt. 1, Box 333D, license, SIS forfeit. a, Sh'elton, publicCentralia, speeding, $20 forfeit; $25 forfeit; Richard Terry Haydon, St. Rt. 2, Box SHELTONPOLICE Fairmont, Shelton, 263, Belfair, failure to yield right Frank Hutson reported at stop sign, $15 of way, $15 forfeit; Lyle Venard, windows kicked out of his car. Lopeman, Rt. 1, P.O. Box 242, Belfair, improper Mardella Bragg reported an no valid lane of travel, speeding, $30 attempted car prowl. license on person, forfeit; Scott Campbell, 31916 Arlen Cuzick reported a skill license suspended, 120th P1. SE, Auburn, no helmet, saw, saber saw, carpenter tools, *ire days in jail, no license on vehicle, $30 forfeit, mechanics tools and a cutting set Valley, Rt. 4, J. E. Bishop reportedhe taken from his garage. Orchard, reckless found a pair of men's glasses. Darryl Cookston reported operator's license, vandalism to a pick-up. intoxicated, $305 Game Department Gas was reported siphoned days in jail, 54 Donald Campagna, 1618 from vehicles parked at the .aoy Anderson, 2455 Monroe, Shelton, possession ofMethodist Church. I., Tacoma, speeding, loaded rifle in motor vehicle, $25 Mrs. Alvin Shepherd reported Sharon Buechel, 222 forfeit; Tim Crawford, 811 E. a shot gun and rifle shells and a driving motor 1 3th, Olympia, possession of camera taken from her residence. Vision obscured, $15loaded rifle in motor vehicle, $25 Vehicles driven by Carl Cundy, 707 forfeit; Gary Hall, 1508 Gleason, Shaun Parr and Leroy i.Olympia, improper Langridge, Olympia, hunting Dowers and a parked vehicle 15 forfeit; George game without license, $35 forfeit; owned by Helen Kasper were t. 5, Box 206, Fred Hanson, 1 1 1 8 Ellinor, involved in a collision. brush without Shelton, possession of loaded shot Vehicles driven by Erma $20 suspended;gun in motor vehicle, $25 forfeit; Pulliam and Emil Zatkovich were 1 515 Railroad, Lawrence House, 19812 48th, involved in a collision. ~o valid operator's Lynnwood, possession of loaded June Loving reported a gas $15 forfeit; rifle in motor vehicle, $25 forfeit; tank cap taken. Puget, Tacoma, Gary Nesseth, 2240 Branson, Port Joe Bertram reported a set of license, $15 Orchard, possession of loaded keys to a service station taken. Pudil, P. O. Box shot gun in motor vehicle, $25 A car driven by Michael Frank eding, $15 forfeit; forfeit; George Sinclair, 7943 hit a car owned by Robert W. 2020 1 lth, 10th SW, Seattle, possession of Thomas. The Thomas vehicle was efective equipment, loaded rifle in motor vehicle, $25 pushed into one owned by Ruth Trulson, St. forfeit; Gary Stephens, Rt. 2, Box Moore. The accident occured the Belfair, failure to 1 52, Sheltorh possession of last week in October. sign, $15 forfeit;loaded rifle in motor vehicle, $25 1514 Summit forfeit. SHERIFF'S OFFICE failure to stop at $15 forfeit; James Municipal Department Beal Construction reported a ~14 E. 12th, Port Donna Nichols, Rt. 3, Box construction shed broken into $15 forfeit; 578, Shelton, crossing center line, and tools taken. St. Rt. 1, Box 178, $15 forfeit; Lannie Peterson, Leonard Anderson reported a to keep right of Hidden Haven, failure to yield water hose turned on 'which $15 forfeit; Davidright rof Way, $20 fine; William !resulted.i.q water getting into,his Box 460, Shelton, Webber, 221 Arcadia, Shelton, no basementw Operator's arterial stop, $20 forfeit; Jerry Mrs. Dave Howe ieported $15 forfeit; 1021 S. Orchard, 4TH & COTA * YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OLSEN FURNITURE inhalation of possession of lng Toulene for fine, 60 days in ; Patricia Johnson, 4, Shelton, failure of center line, $15 Kamin, Rt. 3, Box no valid Washington ;e on person, $15 Keith, 1739 failure to at Olsen Fu " rn|ture... With purchase of $69.95 or more. Offer expires Nov. 23, 1971. Limit 1 per family. Home Size Complete with cues, chalk, instructions, set-up and delivered. ONLY three holes broken in a windshield. An attempted break-in at Maple Court Grocery was reported. George Howard reported a mail box and two paper boxes knocked over. Doug Souliere reported his car side swiped on Arcadia Rd. Bruce Reaves reported a sleeping bag taken from a camp site. Tom Florek reported prowlers. Harold Castle reported four chokers taken. Robert Sargeant reported tires taken. MODE L 8229 =ELLED P CONTROL FULL-SIZE QUILTED BED PILLOWS Colorful floral prints. Without coupon $5.95 Ea. W,TH "$2" COUPON EACH Limit 2. Cash value 1/20th Offer good Nov. 4-6, 1971 only. Convenienf Terms or Hwy. S. 4TH & COTA CITY BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the City of Shelton during the past week were to Eugene Luz, residence, $14,000; Merv Settle, enclosed truck repair area; Gordon Parker, residence, $14,000. FIRE DEPARTMENT Nov. 6, 11 : 15 a.m. Simpson IBP plant. Nov. 5, 3 p.m. Sheryl Powers residence, 1703 Adams, pan left on stove. Nov. I, 7:45 p.m., William Ells residence, 720 Birch, coals from fireplace ignited floor below. SUPERIOR COURT Divorces Divorce decrees were signed for: Rebecca DeVane from James DeVane. Michelle Kegel from Ernest K, egel. Maria Owens from Curtis ,Owens. New Cases State Highway Department against Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miltenberger and others, condemnation. Nell Hoff against Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Jacobson, determination of ownership and damages. Robert Lindsey against Department of Labor and Industries, appeal. BUDGETING: Telling your money where to go instead of. wondering where it went. C. E. Hoover O Mason General Hospital A son, Daniel James, to Mr. and Mrs. James J. Rutledge, 2200 Nov. 4 Walker Park Road, November 5.Nov. 5 A daughter, Shirley Ann, to Nov. 6 Mr. and Mrs. William D. Long, Rt. Nov. 7 1, Box 149, Elma, November 6.Nov. 8 A daughter, Heather Marie, toNov. 9 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick L. Sergeant, Nov. 10 1313 West Cota, November 9. These tides are for the Union area. For Shelton and Oakland Bay add an hour and a half and 2.4 feet. Thursday, Nov. 11 Low ....... 5:12 a.m. 3.2 ft. High ...... 12:30 p.m.l 1.7 ft. Low ....... 7:18 p.m. 4.6 ft. Friday, Nov. 12 High ...... 12:48 a.m.8.2 ft. Low ....... 6:18 a.m. 4.2 ft. High ....... 1:12 p.m. 11.5 ft. Low ....... 7:54 p.m. 3.5 ft. Saturday, Nov. 13 High ....... 2:06 a.m. 8.9 ft. Low .......7:18 a.m. 5.1 ft. High ....... 1:36 p.m. 11.3 ft. Low .......8:30 p.m. 2.4 ft. Sunday, Nov. 14 High ....... 3:06 a.m.9.7 ft. Low .......8:12 a.m.5.8 ft. High ....... 2:00 p.m.11.1 ft. Low .......9:00 p.m.1.4 ft. Monday, Nov. 15 High ....... 4:00 a.m.10.4 ft. Low .......9:00 a.m.6.4 ft. High ....... 2:24 p.m.10.9 ft. Low .......9:30 p.m.0.6 ft. Tuesday, Nov. 16 High ....... 4:42 a.m. 11.1 ft. Low .......9:42 a.m. 7.0 ft. High ....... 2:48 p.m. 10.8 ft. Low .......8:54 p.m. -0.9 ft. Wednesday, Nov. 17 High ....... 5:18 a.m. 11.6 ft. Low ......10:24 a.m.7.4 ft. High ....... 3:12 p.m. 10.8 ft. Low ......10:30 p.m.-1.4 ft. Thursday, Nov. 18 High ....... 6:00 a.m. 11.9 ft. Low ......11:06 a.m.7.8 ft. High ....... 3:42 p.m. 10.7 ft. Low ......11:00 p.m.-1.8 ft. Call Us About ~L~/r/~ OAK PARK A Planned Unit Development 426-2646 HIMLIE REALTY, I ther High Low Precip. 54 41 1.38 53 29 .02 49 30 .00 49 41 .53 55 39 .28 51 42 .19 51 44 .55 Temperatures will be normal from Friday through Sunday, with periods of rain. Highs will range from 50 to 55 degrees and lows from 35 to 45 degrees. Mardage Licenses Applying for marriage licenses in the Mason County auditor's office this week were: Terry Kadoun, 25, Shelton, and Sue Dirkland, 26, Shelton. William E. Brooks, 19, Grapeview, and Roxanne Lord, 18, Spanaway. Earl Scott, 47, Gig Harbor, and Crystal Christensen, 45, Gig Harbor. James Albrecht Sr., 52, Tacoma, and Marjorie Eskew, 39, Tacoma. Edward Madison, 30, Shelton, and Sara Coe, 20, Shelton. CAPITOL: a result of labor, and is used by labor to assist it in further production. Labor is the active and initial force, and labor is therefore the employer of capital. Henry George AT Howard Robinson Dies In Hospital Howard Robinson, 76, died last Thursday in Mason General Hospital. He was a lifetime resident of Shelton, born here on August 16, 1895. He was retired from Simpson Timber Co. Surviving Mr. Robinson are his wife, Mrs. Bessie Robinson of Shelton; a daughter, Mrs. John (Eileen) Sells, Shelton; two grand-daughters; two great-grandchildren; a brother, Allie Robinson of Lilliwaup; and a sister, Mrs. Clara Huntley of Tacoma. A service held at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Batstone Funeral Home preceded cremation. The Rev. William Andrews officiated. In lieu of flowers donations were made to Mason General Hospital Coronary Care Unit. Lloyd A. Moran Taken By Death Lloyd A. Moran, 57, died last Thursday near Humptulips. He was born in Shelton on February 27, 1914 and had lived here all of his life. He was an Army veteran of World War I1 and was employed as an Evergreen picker. Surviving Mr. Moran are two brothers, Orville of Shelton and Myron of Dillingham, Alaska; and two sisters, Mrs. Leander Geist of Shelton and Mrs. Emery Austin, Port Orchard. A service was held in Batstone Funeral Home at 1 1 a.m. Wednesday with burial in Shelton Memorial Park. i: A complete meal in itself with ;fresh batter dipped : deep.fried fresh fish,:chips and co!e ~aw. 1729 Olympic Hwy. N. = Mt. View * 4TH & COTA * QUALITY FURNITURE AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD *4TH & COTA * YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME With any purchase of ;69.95 or More. Walnut finished, plastic top, solid construction Reg. $59.95 Men's or Ladies' 100% Nylon covers, reversible cushion, solid construction. Lay-away for Christmas. Reg. $129.95 SALE ~t, ,b' Solid Hard Rock Complete with 4Vz" foam mattresses and support boards, full 39" width makes twin beds also. ONLY Choose Early American maple or modern walnut. UL approved. Regularly to $49.95. SALE . FREE GIFT WRAPPING $10.00 HOLDS FOR LAY-AWAY FREE DELIVERY FREE PARKING FREE 1972 FLORAL CALENDAR 12 x 24 PLATE GLASS With hardboard back, 3/16" glass, beveled edge. Without coupon $6.95 ea. WITH $ 88 COUPON EACH Limit 2, Caste value 1/20trill Offer good Nov. 4-6, 1971 only. For Christmas Y iU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OLSEN FURNITURE 426-4702 Quality Furniture since 1936 * 4TH & COTA * 4th & Cota OPEN DALLY 8:30 to 5:30 PRICES HAVE DROPPED WITH THE TEMPERATURE CHECK THESE WINTER PRICES ON USED CARS AND PICKUPS CHEVROLETS '68 Caprice $1895 Sed. w/325 V8, turbo-hydra, ps, pb, r/def., w/w, vlny roof. '68 Camaro $1,899 w/327 V8, ps, pb, radio, console, vnl. roof. '68 Monza 110 $795 With 4-spd, radio. '68 Impala $1,695 Cust. Cpe w/V8,ps, pg, radio "67 Camaro $1,495 W/350 V8, 4-Spd, SS hdrs., radio, rally whls. '67 Impala $1,195 Spt. Sed. w/V8, ps, 10g, pb, radio, red. tires. "65 Malibu $795 Cony., w/327 V8, 4-SlXI, radio. FORDS '68 Mercury $1595 Monterey Seal w/auto., ps, pb, radio. '67 Galaxie $1,345 500 Seal w/fcty, air, 390 V8, cruise., ps, radio. '66 Mustang $1,195 W/V8, 4-Spd, radio. OLDSMOBILES '68 Coupe $1,795 With full pwr. incl. seat & windows, radio, w/w, vinyl roof. '67 "98" $1,695 Luxury seal. w/full pwr, incl. 6-way seat, r/def., radio, vinyl roof. '68 "442'" $1,295 Cpe, 4-spd, ps, radio, bkts, console. '64 Cutlass $895 Cpe w/V8, turbo., radio, bkt seats. OTHER CARS , '69 ;Chrysler $2,495 Newport Cstm. Ht Sed. w1383 V8, 6e/40 seat, ps, pb, radio, r/def. '68 Pontiac $1,695 Catalina Cpe w/V8, turbo., 10s, p/seat, tilt-wheel, radio, vinyl roof. '67 Dodge $1,195 Polara sed. w/V8, auto, radio, bkt seats. "67 Plymouth $795 Seal, w/383 V8, auto. "64 Pontiac $895 Tempest Cpe, w/V8, auto., PS, Pb, radio. '64 Buick $745 Skylark Sed. w/V8, auto., ps, radio. CHEVROLET PICKUPS '70 Ton $2695 400 V8, turbo., ps, pb, rid sus., fr. stab., pose, gauges, tint. glass, foam seat, 2-tone '69 Ton $1,895 V8, 4-slxl, hd sus., gauges, rid bat., hd red., foam seat, towriooks. '69 El Cemino $2,795 SS W/396 V8, turbo., PS, pdb, radio. '68 Ton $2,095 W/307 V8, turbo., radio, 750x16 tires. OTHER PICKUPS '68 IHC $1,895 Ton w16 Cyl., 4-SI:XI, Pb, radlo, 750x16x8 tires. "68 Ford $1,995 F100 w/360 VII, auto., radio. "67 IHC $1,225 1100 w/Big 6, auto., radio, sliding r/win., 670x15.6 tires. '72's still aveileble at '71 prices plus excise tax repeal refund. Also still have some '71 cars and pickups at closeout prices. Mill also offers yOU 5 year/S0,000 mile warranty covecage on ell new cars at no extra charge to you and without deductible charge. No. 1 Service Dept. PARTS & SERVICE Men. thru Sat. /r M.I.C. Insurance t Daily Rental Service QUALITy FURNITURE AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD * 4TH & COTA * OLSEN FURNITURE * Thursday, November 11, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 5