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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 13, 2001, Centralia, Washington News in Brief in the area giving tree will run through dec. 21 of factory outlet is joining with the human response network a i United Way Agency to Host a children s giving tree for the holidays. Thirty five Angels adorn the store s tree and each decorative Angel lists the age. Size favorite color and particular wish of a local child in need. The children Range in age from 6 months to 16 years old. Customers May select any Angel Purchase a gift and return it and the Angel to of factory outlet where it will be gift wrapped and delivered to the child. The store is located at 109 w. High St. In Centralia. The event will run through dec. 21. For information Telephone 330-5366. La firefighters to accept donations Lewis county fire District 12 s firefighters association will accept food items Cash donations and toys from to . To 4 . Saturday in the parking lot of the Centralia Safeway Stew. 1129 Harrison ave. Santa Claus and Sparky the fire dog will be on hand to Greet youngsters. In addition the District s san Amobile will visit neighbourhoods next week to accept donations. Tours Are planned monday evening in the Fords Prairie Highland Park area. Tuesday evening in the Edison District and wednesday evening on Borst Avenue. Mount Vista Road and surrounding areas. All donations will remain in the local area. Donations May also be dropped off at the District s Fords Prairie station. 1818 Harrison ave. Information is available by telephoning 736-3975. Napavine seeks commissioner Napavine a the City of Napavine is seeking applicants for the position of civil sen ice commissioner. After Many years of service. Pat Stafford has left creating a vacancy on the commission. Letters of interest May be sent to Napavine City Hall or dropped off in person during regular business hours. The City is also asking for applicants for a position on the planning commission. The City Council has set Jan. I As the application deadline for both positions. Napavine cancels Board meeting Napavine a the Napavine school Board has cancelled its regular monday night meeting owing to scheduling conflicts and will instead Convene at 7 . Tuesday in the District office Board room. Police beat thefts and burglaries a a Maroon 1985 Ford Ranger pickup truck with red stripes on the Side. Was reported stolen sometime Between 7 30 . And 4 30 . Wednesday from the 400 Block of Bones Road near Toledo according to the Lewis county sheriff s office the vehicle was valued at about $800 a Chehalis police Learned a purple 1994 Honda civic reported wednesday As stolen was recovered in Tacoma its ignition was damaged and its wheels had been changed a the Lewis county sheriffs office reported today that a resident on the 200 Block of Colwitz Ridge Road near Toledo recoded that someone entered the garage near the residence Anc toe a Cham saw valued at $250 the victim told the Deputy it occur dec someone de tween noon dec. 5 and 1 . Tuesday. Dill citations a Peter j. Herman jr., 18 Centralia cited today a William h Rath. 53. Onalaska cited tuesday Lewis county jail a inmate population in the main facility As of this 36 men and 19 women. There Are 136 Beds in the jail. Staying a Seca a a facility known As the work ethic restitution Center Are 27 people some of whom Are on work release some of whom Are to Bender labourers seventeen people Are on electronic Home Mon Terne arc eight Are on Day reporting. In the past 24 hours four Peop be e booked into the jail and seven were released information published in police heat is compiled by the chronicle staff from the official logs and records of Loc Al police agencies. Of you Lune any information about ans of these incidents Call crime stoppers at his 74h-6422lotteries Washington a wednesday games lotto. 2-5-9-11-25-44 Quinto three of hearts King of clubs eight of clubs seven of clubs. Four of clubs Lucky for life 24-40-56-62 Keno 4-11-12-17-20-24-34-40-42-43-46-52-53-56-59-60-70-74-77-80 daily game. 6-3-4 Oregon a wednesday games Power Ball 4 20-35-43-47 Power Ball 27 no Winner megabucks 1-7-10-34-37-43 pick 4 1-3-2-1 win for life 14-15-38-47metal prices a Gold $274.35 Handy amp Harman Only daily quote a Silver $4.29 Handy amp Harman Only daily quote corrections a Santa will not be at the Fountain in the Centralia Center on saturday a instead those wishing to meet the Jolly old Elf May do so on Friday from noon until 4 . For information Telephone 330-7929 incorrect information was published in wednesdays edition of the chronicle. A a a a the chronicle seeks to be accurate and fair in All its reporting of you find an error or believe a news item is incorrect please Call the newsroom As soon As possible at 807-8224 Between 8 a in and 5 monday through Friday local / Northwest panel Calls Salmon catch unsustainable Seattle apr a panel of scientists has determined that the Federal government is endangering Salmon stocks in Washington state by allowing too Many of the fish to be caught. The panel called the rates of fishing on some stocks a unsustainable and said it was a somewhat mystified concerning the scientific justification for current allowable the six scientists on the panel were appointed by the National Marine fisheries service the Agency that determines How Many Salmon can be caught. The Agency said the scientists were Well qualified to critique its performance. A we be listened carefully to what they had to say and the Bottom line is Emfs has agreed to increase Harvest rates Tor some of these endangered stocks Quot said the panel s chairman. La in a Ersita of Washington zoology professor Robert Paine. The fisheries service approves Harvest plans developed by tribal and state officials. Agency managers As Well As tribal and suite officials say they target Only healthy stocks of Salmon. Only incidentally do they allow a Small number of fish that stray from struggling runs to be caught. A a we be developed management techniques a sophisticated management techniques a that minimize As much As we can the Impact on wild stocks that need to be protected while allowing fishing for stocks we can go after safely Quot said Jeff Koen Ings. Director of the state department of fish and wildlife. In 1999, the most recent year for which totals were available the Salmon catch was 970, xxx. The report bolstered groups that have Long criticized the state s Salmon Harvest such As washing scientists sceptical of Salmon programs Portland apr a panel of Independent scientists has concluded that the Region s four main plans for restoring Salmon in the Columbia Basin probably Aren t going to work. The Independent science advisory Board Analysed two Salmon recovery plans drawn up by the Northwest states and two by the Federal government. A we would be doing the Region a disservice if we told the citizens of the Pacific Northwest that if they just followed these plans everything would fit said Erie Loudenslager chairman of the science advisory panel. The Board presented its findings wednesday to the Northwest Power planning Council whose Challenge is to balance hydropower generation and wildlife Protection in the Columbia River Basin. The scientists praised the plans for recognizing that widespread restoration of Rivers and streams is needed if 12 runs of wild Salmon and Steelhead listed under the Federal endangered species act Are to be saved from extinction. But the Board found the plans too vague. Even when proposals were specific the plans Lack Clear institutional arrangements for carrying them out the panellists said. Federal and state officials said they Don t think the findings mean Salmon recovery is in trouble. Obituaries Lulu a. Manners longtime Centralia resident Lulu a manners died at the age of 89 sunday. Dec. 9. At guest Only care Center. Centralia from cancer w hich she had for the past to years. Manners was bom nov. 7. 1912. At England. . To Charles and Hattie Cole and moved to Centralia when she w As a child manners worked As a bookkeeper for Agnew lumber co. Until she was 70 she enjoyed working in her Yard and being with her family an Active member of order of Eastern Star. Centralia and Oakville chapters for More than 50 Sears she served As grand officer. She had attended Centralia presbyterian Church. Survivors include her daughter. Marilyn Johnson of Rochester her sister. Frances Cameron of Chehalis a granddaughter a grandson a great grandson and Many nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death were her husband. Harvey manners her parents a sister. Ercel Davis and two Brothers. Floyd and Clinton Cole. Remembrances May be donations to visiting nurses foundation 1783 n. National Chehalis. Wash. 98532. At the request of the deceased and her family no services will be held. George Clifton George Clifton a 13-year Lewis county resident died saturday dec. 8. At the age of 63. Clifton was bom oct. 14.1938. At Little Birch., to George and Nellie Jacksen Clifton. During world War ii. He served in the . Navy in air transport Squadron 7. On june 14. 1958, Clifton married Evelyn Theresa Mello in Reno Nev the Chitons lived in Sunnyvale. Calif., for several years moving to Auburn in 1979. In 1989, they settled in Mossyrock where Clifton enjoyed Hunting and fishing. Preceding him in death were his wife of 34 years his parents Brothers Jimmy and Robert and Sisters. Margie and Barbara. Surv ivors include two daughters. Cindy Fox of Pacific and Theresa Fox of Tacoma two sons. Allen of Auburn and Joe of Vancouver Wash. His brother. Roger of Florence. Ore. His sister. Betty Cox of Ohio and 13 grandchildren. A private family service for Clifton was held wednesday interment was in Doss cemetery. Mossyrock. Arrangements were under the direction of Brown mortuary serv ice Chehalis. John h. Cox John h Cox a two year Centralia resident aiming from Las vegas. Nev., died wednesday. Dec. 12. At Rosary Manor skilled nursing facility. Centralia alter a Long illness with cancer. He was 47. Bom Jan. 31, 1954. At Valley station ky., to Herschel and Margaret Bond Cox Cox graduated from Arcadia High sch x a Phoenix. Anz. Cox worked As a Mill worker at Wayne Dalton corp., Centralia. And was an avid collector of rare Wixx working tools. He enjoyed spending time with his dog. George. His friends Are his Only survivors. Cremation arrangements Are under the direction of Newell Hoerling s mortuary Centralia. A a a a memorial serv ice for John h Cox will begin at 3 30 . Saturday at Centralia seventh Day adventist Church Fellowship Hall with pastor Tom James officiating. Obituaries published in the chronicle Are free. Announcements of special Seren is that accompany obituaries Cost $15. The chronicle reserves the rift lit to edit obituaries to meet news guidelines. Ton Trout. Washington i rout based in Duvall sued the fisheries service last month saying it should be forced to rethink How Many chime in Salmon can be caught in the puget sound Region. Puget sound Chinook Salmon Are listed As threatened under the endangered species act. A they Are using approaches that Are said Ramon Minden Brulle. A spokesman Tor Washington Trout. A we want to see the uncertainties acknowledged and the risks minimized the Harvest used to be set by estimating the numbers of Salmon headed for Washington Rivers and by setting a goal for How Many Salmon should actually reach the Rivers and reproduce. That would determine the number of fish that could be caught. Under rules approved in april officials can set a take amounts Quot As a percentage of a run heading Tor a River. State and Tri Bri officials rely on computer modelling to determine run size. The panel questioned the accuracy of those models noting frat in some runs Salmon have returned to Rivers at three times the predicted rate. Some state my tribal fisheries managers questioned the panel s work noting that the panel suggested they use a particular computer Model the it they re already using at Leas in the Case of puget sound Chinook. They also noted that the panel was not made up of Salmon biologists but respected scientists who specialize in evolutionary ecology conservation biology genetics and other Fields. A they did t spend a lot of time looking into said kit Rawson a Tulalip tribe fishery scientist. A they re not experienced with Idaho forms coalition with California and Oregon for Salmon Money Lewiston. Idaho apr a bipartisan coalition of senators is backing an Effort to increase funding for Salmon recovery and allow Idaho to get a portion of the Money. Idaho Sens. Michael Crapo and Larry Craig said wednesday they had formed a coalition with democrats Barbara Boxer and Diane Feinstein of California As Well As Ron Wyden. Dore. And Gordon Smith. R-ore., that would Likely convince senators from Alaska and Washington to support their proposal. Quot we Are very excited about this because it represents a bipartisan regional Compromise to come and work together for Salmon and Steelhead Crapo said. Idaho does not receive Money from the Pacific Salmon coastal recovery fund and other Northwestern states have been reluctant to help out fearing it would mean less Money for them. A what we have found of course is those who have the Money through authorized appropriations Are guarded and of course Don t want anyone else in if they Are not Craig said. This year the Sho million fund was split unequally Between Washington Alaska. Oregon and California. Both sen. Patty Murray a Wash. And Stevens serve on the appropriations committee As do Feinstein and Craig. If the Bill becomes Law. It would authorize As much As $350 million a More than a threefold increase a to be split Between the five suites though legislators could Chat Rise to spend less. The suites then Dole out the Money in Grants to improve habitat and fix migration problems Job a Washington state employment Security Simu Ift ing for a Job we can help visit us at the Lewis count mall in Chehalis. 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