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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 5, 2001, Centralia, Washington Local / Northwest m by Hiki Xin Mcckacken press clips time passes on youngest a quiet beatle comfortable with celebrity status although i Learned of George Harrison s death on a news broadcast when i sat Down for breakfast at 5 . Friday and although i read several wire stories about Harrison that morning the reality that his life had ended did t really hit me until 11 30 . When i left for lunch got into my car and turned on the radio. The first voice i heard was Harrison s. A if not for he Sang. A babe. I could t even find the door a. I could t even see the floor. I d be sad and Blue if not for you Quot the song from Harrison s 1970 Quot All tilings Mast pass Quot album is not necessarily his Best recording. In fact he did t write it Bob Dylan did. But for some reason hearing his amplified voice brought Home the truth at 58. The youngest beatle was gone. For Harrison s family members and friends that is a loss of immense magnitude. For the millions of us who have spent hours listening to the music he generated during a career that spanned nearly 40 years Harrison a death is less personal but still deeply Felt. And for those of us to whom the beatles were once the embodiment of the 1960s youth culture perhaps it s a reminder of our own mortality. True. Harrison is not the first beatle to die that dubious Honor went to John Lennon. But Lennon s 1980 death at the hands of a crazed gunman was so insane so idiotic As to defy being a Symbol of anything other than lunacy. Harrison on the other hand died in late Middle age of cancer he attributed to a longtime cigarette habit. While that Means his death was preventable it also Means it came from natural causes. Therefore it can t help but remind those of us in a certain age group that the years Are rolling past. Instead of focusing on that though it s better that we take some time to acknowledge Harrison s contributions. Since his death countless reporters and commentators have referred to him As Quot the quiet in a sense that May be True although it seems an Odd appellation for a Man who made both his living and his reputation by producing some of the 20th Century s most memorable music. Harrison had plenty to say. And he found ways to say it a sometimes in Public statements sometimes in stings and lyrics sometimes with his guitar which he played about As Well As anyone in Rock history. Beyond that. He seemed by All accounts to have been a decent human being one of the first Rock stars to put his social conscience into practice. He accepted the benefits that accompanied his celebrity but was honest about expressing dissatisfaction with the dark Side of that equation. You would feel the same Way. I suspect if a deluded fan broke into your Home and stabbed you nearly to death. Harrison appeared to understand the importance of taking his work seriously but not always himself. His appearances on Quot saturday sight live Quot and Quot the Simp sons Quot attest to that. The other Day. A Friend mentioned to me How Nice it would have been for Harrison to have heard some of the tributes that came from around the Globe after his death. That a True but it s also Clear he was a Man who knew his place in the world appreciated it and did t really suffer for More Praise. Besides Many years ago he left us with some advice Quot do what you want to do. And go where you re going to. Think for yourself. A cause i won t be there with you a a a a Gordon Maccracken is it a news editor of the chronicle. His column appears each wednesday. He Mas he reached at h07-h234, or by a Nuvil at Gnu Cracken @ Chen ii be. C to. Mount Rainier plans to limit cars a a i l 1--1. Ashford apr before Long visitors to mount Rainier will be told whether they can drive their cars to certain crowded spots. Under a new 20-year management plan a typical summer trip to the Park would Start at a Quot Welcome where Park officials would say which areas were no longer accepting cars. Then visitors could catch shuttle buses to crowded locations or just drive through to like a Quick peek. The new rules will become official at mount Rainier National Park Early next year barring a Legal Challenge though the policies will be phased in Over two decades. An environmental review released last month upheld a strict ban on overflow parking and other proposals in the Park s new general management plan. Park jail guard and wife dead in apparent homicide suicide Lacey apr a Thurston county jail guard recently accused of sexual Contact with an inmate and his wife were shot to death in an apparent homicide and suicide police say. The bodies were found tuesday by police and a sheriff s special weapons and tactics team after the guard called 911 to report a disturbance at the couple s Home police cmdr. De sorger told the olympian newspaper. It was not immediately Clear who shot whom sorger said. Identities of the couple were being withheld. The couple s two sons one in High school and one in Grade school were away at the time and spent tuesday evening with an aunt and a family pastor authorities said. A woman being held at the jail accused the Man who had worked As a guard since february 1998. Of having sexual Contact with her sunday morning sheriffs Deputy Ray Hansen said. He would not give details but said there was no indication that Force or threats were involved. The guard was then placed on administrative leave a Standard procedure Hansen said. He was scheduled for another interview with sheriff s detectives at noon tuesday but called to say he d be late and never arrived. Detectives had planned to arrest him for investigation of first degree custodial sexual misconduct a class c Telony Hansen said. Officials expect to file the plan in the Federal Register this month. About 2 million people visit the Park each year primarily in july and August. Officials say the natural splendor and the visitors experience Sutler with huge crowds because it s hard to get a Good look. Quot basically we re just asking visitors to just do a Little More prior planning before you come to the Park and spread the Load out a Little bit More not just focus on Paradise or Sunrise on a sunny afternoon in the summertime Quot said Eric Walkinshaw mount Rainier s planning chief. He said the Park can handle the number of people just not the volume of vehicles. There s not enough parking. So those who visit during Peak times could be asked just to look at exhibits at the Welcome Center and others might be encouraged to go to nearby Crystal Mountain and ride a chairlift to a Peak that overlooks mount Rainier National Park. A you could go up and View the Park without actually entering the Park Quot Walkinshaw said. The Park s management plan also includes recommendations for Road repairs removing a parking area near fragile Mowitch Lake and building shoulder parking a half mile away working to reduce manmade noise Steps to protect air Quality prohibiting Stock such As horses mules and Llamas on most trails and obtaining about i. I of acres for a driven Campground. The plan endorses mount Rainier officials suggestion to demolish the Jackson visitor Center at Paradise and replace it with a smaller Center. The Cost for till the projects is estimated to be $47.2 million including $9.6 million to build and operate the new visitor Center at Paradise. $12.7 million for four a Welcome centers Quot outside the Park and about $20 million for Road implements shuttles and staging areas. The Money for the recommendations has not been approved by Congress. Park officials dropped a proposal to ban overnight parking at Trail Heads and other areas after groups such As the mountaineers and Washington trails association objected saying hikers and climbers coming and going at Odd hours would have trouble finding shuttles. Pre season training i get in shape before Hie new year give us 30 minutes 3 times a week amp you will see results of you Are a size. You c an be a size. 20 16 is 14 16 12 14 to 12 8 to 6 a fast fun fitness at. Join now rest of the year a free curves for women �?~30 minute fitness amp weight loss centers 1629 Kresky a Centralia Chehalis located in the Fairway Center 360 330-5700 a Otter based on first visit enrolment a min 12 to. Cd program Otter Espi res dec to 2001the weather almanac 5-Day forecast for Lewis county area tonight thursday Friday saturday a my periods of rain. To mostly Cloudy with showers. Mostly Cloudy rain possible. Cloudy with rain. Lows 35-40 highs 45-50 lows 40-45 highs 45-50 lows 40-45 highs 45-50 lows 35-40 twin cities data statistics through 9 yesterday for the Centralia fire department temperature High yesterday .47 average High.48 record High 68 1939 Low yesterday. 36 average Low.37 record Low.21 1992 barometer.29 90 precipitation total yesterday 0 60 average .0 81 record .2 33 1989 month to Date .2 19 Norma month to Date 114 year to Date .35 34 Normal year to Date. 37 46 All maps. Forecasts and data provided by acc weather inc. G 2001 area conditions High Low City yest today prep. Centralia 47 36 060 be Ell 35 24 0.56 Toledo 34 30 0 52 Mossyrock 39 31 0.75 Glenoma 32 31 025 Packwood 34 32 0.52 Sun Sunset tonight s 4 25 . A \ a a Sunrise tomorrow 7 41 . Moon last new first full dec 7 dec 14 dec 22 dec 30 River stages readings at 5 a in today. For the latest information on gauge Heights and the rate of sunday flow of selected local Rivers and others in Western Washington Call the steel headers and Whitewater hotline in t i Seattle at 526-8530 site gauge it. Flood stage 24 or. Change Chehalis at Mellen St 59 97 65 0 Down 3.05 Skookumchuck at Pearl St 59 97 85 0 n a. Colwitz at Randle 6 10 18 0 Down 0.23 Colwitz at Packwood 2.73 10.5 Down 013 Colwitz at Mayfield dam 14 76 cts Haj Down 0.07 rain at times. _ _ Burn bans i i for the latest information on burning bans and restrictions to the Lewis and Thurston county areas Call the number below that corresponds to your location it your location is not list minho Aken Lahb Blind Call your local fire department signs a Roou Centralia. 330-7681 Olympia air pollution 438-8768 lows 32-37 Chehalis. 748-3394 dept Nat res 1-800-323-2876 Lewis county. 740-1146 across the Region shown is tomorrow s weather temperatures Are tonight s lows and tomorrow s highs. Yest. A City Hilo prep we Van v is Bellingham 40 33 0.30 Hoquiam 42 35 0.71 v v a Spokane Ocean shores 43 36 0 04 # 40/46 28/36 a Olympia 40 32 0 61 olympiad Tacoma port Angeles 41 32 0.23 37/44 a 38/46 Portland or 42 38 0.55 a Aberdeen Seattle 41 37 0.15 44/48 Centralia Spokane 32 25 0 08 40/45 9 Yakima Vancouver b c 39 33 0 17 28/46 _ Walla Walla 42 33 0 06 Wenatchee 38 25 o of yakima_42 25 o of the wet weather will continue in Western Washington. There will be Clouds and showers by later tonight. Rain is also expected tomorrow. While most of the Northwest will have a break in the wet weather Friday there will still be some showers in the Region to close out the week. More rain for the weekend weather w a sunny. Pc partly Cloudy a Cloudy so showers to thunderstorms a rain National forecast for thursday december 6 Seattle 46/40 333showers of it storms pm i rain Elj flurries �3 Snow v7jlce -10s shown Are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation temperature bands Are highs Tor the Day forecast High Low temperatures Are Given Tor selected cities warm stationary of 10s i 208 40s 50s 60s 70s la 90s yesterday is National extremes Low -4 in Fraser. 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