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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 14, 2001, Centralia, Washington News in Brief in the area free food toys doilies adjustments offered at Chiro feed saturday a free Turkey dinner and free bus passes As Well As free toys clothing and chiropractic adjustments will be offered those who attend a a Schiro feed from noon to 3 . Saturday at the first United methodist Church. 506 s. Washington ave. Centralia. No proof of residency is required. Toledo will hold Christmas concerts Toledo a the Toledo elementary and Middle schools will present Christmas music programs in the coming week. Monday kindergarten through third Grade pupils will present a music program at the elementary school gym at 7 . Tuesday pupils in grades five through eight will perform their band concert at the Middle school gym. Also at 7 . The week of programs concludes on wednesday at the elementary school with performances by grades four six. Toledo enrollees will attend a full Day of classes dec. 21 and will dismiss for Christmas break that Day. Returning to school Jan. 7. A a in the Northwest Man in custody following Chase in which police dog killed Parkland apr a Man could face several charges following a Chase in which a Pierce county sheriff s department dog was struck and killed by a patrol car. Sheriffs Deputy Greg Premo accompanied by the dog Ferro stopped a Motorist at a Gas station in this Tacoma suburb Early thursday for investigation of speeding erratic driving and use of invalid License plates. Detective de Troyer said. The Driver fled on foot and darted in front of a sheriffs patrol car driven by another Deputy which hit Ferro As the dog tried to catch the fleeing Man. A it All happened so Quick within 50 Yards a Troyer said. A it s just a tragic Ferro 5. A Black and Tan German Shepherd died at a veterinary clinic shortly afterwards. Premo. The Deputy who struck the animal and other officers a were All pretty upset a Troyer said. A the was a Friendly dog who liked to be petted and hang out with the record Salmon Steelhead runs this year Are Way beyond expectations Vancouver apr this year has been a record breaker for Salmon and Steelhead runs on the Columbia River a and not by Small numbers. The returns shattered records dating Back to construction of Bonneville dam in 1938, exceeding what most fishery experts believed possible in the Columbia and Snake Rivers a and there could be More of the same in 2002. The fish benefited from a rare convergence of exceptional Stream flows for outgoing juveniles in the late 1990s with a highly productive Pacific Ocean rebounding from Al Nino conditions. The standout run was upper Columbia Spring Chinook which bring the highest per Pound Price for commercial fishermen. At Bonneville dam. The Spring Chinook count Rose from 10,200 fish in 1995 to 417,000 last Spring shattering the old record of 280,400 in 1972. Recreational fishing was allowed in april for the first time since 1977. Robin Maahs of Battle ground one of the thousands of anglers who took advantage said he made eight to to trips and averaged two Chinook a trip for the three anglers in his boat. A it was absolutely awesome Quot Maahs said. Summer Steelhead returns were even larger 630,000 fish the highest since counting began at Bonneville in 1938. The old single Day Steelhead record almost 9,400 in july 1955, was exceeded several times this summer with 14 daily counts Over 10,000. Including 14.400 on aug. 3. Police beat Lewis county jail a inmate population in the main facility As of this morning 104 men and 20 women. There Are 136 Beds in the jail. Staying in the separate facility known As the work ethic restitution Center Are 29 people five of whom Are on work release 21 of whom Are a work offender labourer so and three of whom Are seventeen people Are on electronic Home monitoring and seven Are on Day reporting. In the past 24 hours seven people were booked into the jail and three were released. A a a a a information published in police heal is compiled by the chronicle staff from the official logs and records of local police agencies. Of you have any information about any of these incidents Call crime stoppers at Mhz 74h-6422 lotteries Washington a thursday games Lucky for life 19-55-60-65 Keno 5-6-14-17-21 -26-38-39-42-45-47-51 -53-57-58-61-64-65-70-72 daily game 4-7-0 Oregon a thursday games pick 4. 2-1 -2-2 Metal prices a Gold $277.05 Handy amp Harman Only daily quote a Silver $4,385 Handy amp Harman Only daily quote corrections the chronicle seeks to be accurate and fair m All its reporting it 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 Pacific Orp invites opinions on dam Nower a City the size of the to million acres in Central Washington that the 14 bands Yakima apr Ray Slock ish or. Is trying to decide what he thinks about the partnership Between the Yakima nation and Pacific Orp that Hopes to take control of two Columbia River dams. A my primary concern is with the Overall economic venture a whether its beneficial to the Yakima nation or just to the Backer of the project. Pacific Orp and its investors a said Slockish chairman of the tribe s code of ethics committee. A will we just get the crumbs and they get the cake we be gotten into ventures before that Haven t benefited the Slockish 50, of Harrah attended an open House Here thursday to get More information about the Yakima Hydro electric project the partnership the tribe and the investor owned Utility have formed to bid on the operating License for the Wana and priest rapids dams. The dams currently Are operated by the Grant county Public Utility District which wants the Federal Energy regulatory commission to renew its License for another 30 to 50 years. The License renewal applications Are due in 2003. Grant county puds License expires in 2005. Pacific Orp and the Yakima nation Are using Public meetings to get a better sense of what people want from managers of the two dams which generate just under 2,000 megawatts of electricity a about twice the amount used Seattle. A the More interest the said Clark Satre. Regional manager for Pacific Power a division of Portland based Pacific Orp. Pacific Orp and the Yakima nation contend they can do a better Job managing the two dams. To Miles apart than Grant county pud which has challenged anyone to find fault with its stewardship. Grant county pud does t take the Competition lightly. Quot i be characterized this As going to War and i mean that Farmer Tom Flint a pud commissioner told the Columbia Basin Herald this week. A a it a a big the dams Are in a Section of and tribes that make up the Yakima nation ceded by treaty to the . Government in 1855. The treaty guarantees the Yakima nation s historic role in managing fish and wildlife and other cultural resources in the territory. Pacific Orp and a dozen other utilities and municipalities through Long term contracts signed with Grant county pud nearly a half Century ago helped pay for the construction of the two dams. A we guaranteed the Loans that Grant got a Kvamme said. A we believe we have a stake in these projects too and should he allowed to continue receiving benefits from this study Calls for treatment for drug users Seattle apr putting drug users in prison is the most costly and least effective Way to fight drug abuse according to a study supported by a coalition of doctors lawyers and pharmacists. A we need to shift from a punitive Legal Model to a Public health Model Quot said Fred Noland a Seattle lawyer who prompted the policy review. The King county bar association conducted the one year study and won support for it from the Washington state bar association the Washington state medical association the King county medical society and the Washington state pharmacy association. But in a nov. 5 letter to the state bar. King county prosecutor Norm Maleng expressed reservations about the study which was publicly released on wednesday. A the report ultimately concludes that we should eliminate criminal sanctions for drug users abusers manufacturers and traffickers. But it offers no other Maleng wrote. Noland and others emphasized that the report does not Call for decriminalizing drugs entirely. It says while simple Possession should not result in jail it still should t be Legal. Although it does not say what kind of sanctions should be imposed it mentions court required treatment fines or contempt citations. Jail a which costs $25. Xxx a year per inmate a has t worked the report says. A state bar association Resolution Calls for retaining criminal sanctions for conduct that puts others at risk such As violent be paid obituary Jerry Don Jetton Jerry Don Jetton aged 50, passed away december 9th at his Home in Onalaska. Jerry was born november 20, 1951 in Corcoran Ca. His family moved to Chehalis in 1964. In 1970 he graduated from . West High school and later was married to Jeanette Vetter from 1971-1977 while spending six years in the National guards. Jerry was employed by Central Reddi mix for approximately 28 years As a diesel Mechanic and then retired in 1999. He was a lifetime member of the eagles. Jerry loved gardening landscaping fishing restoring his 1966 Mustang and spending time with his children and grandchildren. He will be missed by All who knew and loved him. Preceding him in death was his father Clyde a. Jetton in 1962. Survivors include a son Jerod Jetton of Chehalis a daughter and son in Law Julie and Doug Olsen of Onalaska two grandchildren Chase and Hailee Olsen his Mother Dorothy Jetton of Chehalis three Brothers Bob Jetton and Gary Jetton of Chehalis Dave Jetton of Winlock and one sister Janet Jewell of Minnesota along with numerous in Laws. Visitation May be made sunday december 16th Between the hours of 1 00 and 4 00 pm at Sticklin funeral Chapel which is in charge of arrangements. A funeral service for Jerry Jetton is scheduled to begin at 11 00 am monday december 17th at Sticklin funeral Chapel with Deacon Loren Lane officiating. Interment will follow at Sunset memorial gardens. Paid obituary Bertha Loretta Szambelan Bertha Loretta Szambelan passed away on december 11, 2001 at St. Peters Hospital in Olympia at the age of 78. She was born on february 7, 1923 in Chehalis to John and Rosie Pudelko. She was a lifetime resident of the Chehalis area. She attended sacred heart Catholic Church and St. Joseph Catholic Church. She loved Flowers and gardening. She was Active in 4-h, she was recognized with an award for Over 25 years of Active service in the 4-h. She truly enjoyed being Back at her Home the last 2 years especially seeing her grandchildren playing around the farm. She enjoyed cooking no one Ever left her Home hungry or empty handed. She was a member of the Forest Grange and twin City senior Center. She was preceded in death by her husband Edward on february 22, 1996. Survivors include a son Timothy of Spokane a daughter Elizabeth a a better a Carter of port Orchard grandchildren Ron Mason of Seattle Melody Mason of port Orchard Christopher Szambelan Stephen Szambelan and Kathleen Szambelan All of Spokane a 10 30am Rosary will precede the 11 00am memorial mass at sacred heart Catholic Church in Winlock on tuesday december 18th with father Tuan Nguyen officiating. Memorials May be made to the twin City senior Center. Services Are under the direction of Cattermole funeral Home in Winlock. Havior. Driving under the influence or providing mind altering drugs to minors. But jailing drug users has not deterred them the study says. Drug use has increased the state s courts Are clogged and its prisons Are overflowing with people arrested for drug Possession said Ken Davidson a governor of the state bar association. A we Don t pretend to have All the answers Quot said Noland adding. A we re All very aware this is a very difficult political the report said Washington s sentences for Possession and Sale of drugs Are More severe than in Many other states. And its punishments for Small sales Are longer than for assault and robbery. Chehalis West assisted living Center a your Home away from Home immediate opening Short stay respite care. New 1/2 month adjusted rate. Medicaid Welcome. Call Shari Ritter today for a complimentary lunch amp tour 36 1-748-9911 478 nov Quincy place i Chehalis 2001 mattress closeouts hot deals Sale on try furniture 545 n. Market blvd. A Chehalis a 748�?~3000i have you seen Cedar Ridge Neil Homes building lots ontu9 Lund realtors 360 748-8619 when you cure enough to Send the very least. 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