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Daily Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1976, Centralia, Washington Centra Washington fair s opening nears Oyebi Choisit special Asseg Zent editor although Many details remain to be completed preparations Are in the final stages for the 1576 Southwest Washington fair which opens tuesday for a six Day run. It s shaping up very but with a thousand to said fair manager tray Wildhaber. I m sure that As in the past Well be done by tuesday the fair season was launched saturday in the twin cities with the annual saw fair Parade. The Bicentennial Observance wiil be in evidence throughout the Fairgrounds from red. White and Blue lights to Bicentennial exhibits. The Bicentennial is creating a Good healthy Wildhaber said. Also creating excitement he added is olde Towne heritage a replica of a Western town. This should be the major highlight of the fair this Wildhaber said. The fair management is expecting the largest number of exhibits hopefully crowds to match. With the enthusiasm and general interest shown so Wildhaber said we can expect a record attendance this last year s record shattering at Tendance Mark was the 67th fair begins tuesday with ticket Gates opening at 8 . The official fair opening ceremony will take place at . At the North Gate the ceremony will feature fair officials the . Vavy band Northwest Marine color guard and local political figures. A special guest will be u. Gov. John Cherberg. A highlight of the opening ceremony will be a parachutist jumping off the Wing of a stunt plane and unfurling an american Flag As he descends to the ground. Miss Lewis county Josseline Mangin will snip a ribbon to officially open the fair. Plenty of free entertainment will be ii Elia dicing the both a the grandstand and of the grounds. Wildhaber said 12 grandstand shows will be free to the Public. Admission to two destruction Derb ies we be charged. Highlighting the entertainment package is part of Lawrence television Guy and Alna a popular husband and wife singing duo will perform next Friday and master accordionist Myron Elpren Welk s assistant orchestra director will headline next saturday s grandstand shows. In keeping with the Bicentennial theme seven performances of the stale s official Bicentennial production we be got the Are scheduled during fair week. Other grandstand shows will include harness racing and the two destruction derbies. Fireworks will be set off each evening at . In conjunction with an aerobatic stunt plane. N ext sunday s finale grandstand show will focus of the largest fireworks show in this area. Free entertainment on the grounds win be almost continuous in addition to the grandstand Wildhaber said. Even though space rearrangements have been made fair officials have had to turn away some livestock and other exhibitors he said. One reason for the High number of exhibitors is the amount of Cash paid this year. On inside europeans visit two norwegians Are visiting in Chehalis. They plan to take in next week s fair. Ann blinks tells about them on Page 3. Sunset Law a Senate committee has approved a Bill that requires All Federal programs to be renewed five years. The Washington state government needs a similar Law. See edic rial on posts open there Are no committeemen or committee women candidates for democratic and Republican precinct posts in 31 of 65 predicts in the county. The filing period ends Friday. See Page free rides a Cable car will be visiting the South West Washington fair again this year offering free rides to fair goers. See the departure schedule for the twin cities on Page 8. Salaries the salaries of teachers school administrators patrolmen and sheriffs deputies Are reported of Page 14. The cleaning and pointing of 1924 Allmon Taylor steam tractor is port of the Hustle and Bustle in preparation for the Southwest Washington fair which begins tuesday. Shown in photo volunteering their Kothy and Fred Snodgrass Littlerock. Sno Grosi i a Nephew of the late Whord Arnold tractor on display who bequeathed the giant of the poit to the fair. A Grain separator also donated by Arnold is nearby. The tractor and separator Are housed near tonne heritage Street exhibit in background. Chronicle photo busing Fate on alaskans vote on tuesday an Salaska school District special Levy will be resubmitted to District patrons for the second time this year on tuesday. Continuation of the school s busing program hints on the outcome of the maintenance and operation Levy. If the Levy fails the school Board has agreed to eliminate busing and use the savings to hire teachers necessary for the District to remain eligible for state apportionment. Patrons have not approved a Complete maintenance and operation Levy since 1969. In May the first Levy proposal was Defeated with Only a 55 per cent favourable vote. A 60 per cent favourable vote is required for passage. Since the Levy defeat in May 15 teachers have resigned according to superintendent Rankin Kaut. The District has a total of 33 teachers. They All left because of a Lack of available Kaut said of the 11 teachers who had resigned by july. One of those submitting Bis resignation in recent Days was High school principal Dan Bates. Bates has taken a position at Hoquiam High school As assistant principal Kaut said. Pools will be open from 7 . To8p.a. In the Grade school Library in addition to busing passage of the Levy would restore the District s extra curricular program and other budget cuts. If it fails 2hi-3vj teachers will have to be Cut. The cuts May include a half time elementary school band instructor and another elementary teacher and one to two teachers in to o High school. The Levy if approved will Cost patrons s5.71 per thousand dollars of assessed Chehalis died Here this is the station Wagon in which a Chehalis woman. Anna Eby and her daughter Estalle were killed Friday afternoon. Severy injured in the two vehicle collision South of Chehalis on the freeway was Albert Eby who remained in critical condition in o Vancouver Yosh. Hospital saturday morning. The Highway death toll in the county this year ii now 10. Chronicle photo two killed on freeway a Chehalis woman and her daughter were killed instantly Friday afternoon Ca the freeway and Jacison Highway intersection about 18 Miles South of Chehalis. Killed were Anna Eby 74, and her daughter. Eulalie Eby 43. They were passengers in a 1956 station Wagon driven by mrs. Eby s husband Albert it. Eby was critically injured a the two vehicle collision which occurred about 3 . He was first taken to St. Helen Hospital and then transported to Van Couver memorial Hospital where he was reported in critical condition saturday morning. The deaths Friday raised the fatality count for this year in the county to 10. According to the state patrol compared with Nice at this time last year. The mishap occurred while Eby was attempting to Cross the freeway at the Jackson Highway resulting in a Colli Sion in the northbound freeway lanes with a 1s75 tractor trailer Rig driven by Robert Lindst Rorn 63, gig Harbor. Lied Strom was not injured. The Rig received about j200damage. After the Eby vehicle was struck broadside troopers said it struck a Light Standard and was literally wrapped around the some Clearing considerable cloudiness through sunday but with some partial afternoon Clearing increasing highs 65 to 75, Ioas in 50s. Southwest winds. Complete weather on Page 5. Volunteers needed to United Way valuation compared with the average Levy in other county districts of per thousand. The state average is per thousand. Of the total Levy amount 57.16 per cent or will be received in the 1s76-77 school year the balance the next year. The actual extra tax assessment on property owners next year will be instead of Kaut said because of a reduction of 71 cents per thousand a building Bond retirement payments next year. Should the Levy pass a person owning a Home will pay about More in taxes a person owning Home s150 More and a person in a a me 5100 More. Kaut said 10 additional voters have been registered for the election. By Dennis Auvil chronicle staff writer United Way of Lewis county president Don Dyce says i Volunteer Force to get the Job done is All that s needed to meet United Way s Campaign goal of this fall. In an interview Friday Dyce said a part time executive vice president to run the Campaign has cot been hired. He expects the position to filled within the next 39 Days however since several applications have been received. Dyce is encouraging businesses in the county to designate someone within their organisations to work one Day a week during the Campaign which begins sept. Hand concludes oct. Is. One of the main objectives he said will be for All businesses and industries in the county to allow a United Way Volunteer to introduce the payroll deduction program. Dyce also expressed the Hope that companies would be Able to find someone within their organizations to act As Campaign chairmen. While businesses have participated willingly in United Way fund drives which support humanitarian and Public service purposes Dyce said the Job never seems to get done unless someone is present to organize it. Dyce said United Way recently acquired two Dew Board members who will help with the Campaign. They Are Gary Coleman manager of Evergreen savings and loan Morton and Paul Ross vice president of pay x save and manager of its Yard Bird division. More volunteers Are needed in the Eastern part of the county however and an organizational meeting has been scheduled at the Packwood senior citizen Center for aug. 17. Rosina Townsend senior Center director is coordinating the meeting. Dyce noted that United Way share a Booth at the Southwest Washington fair next week Wilh the red Cross. It would be tremendous he said if volunteers would Stop by. The Money raised by United Way goes to such organisations As boy scouts. Girl scouts the United service organization. The salvation army and hospitals. Some of the Money goes for direct assistance to the needy Dyce said and for family counselling. The funds Are accumulated in Large and Small gifts through payroll deductions by companies and from individual donations. Dyce said Weyerhaeuser company and its employees Are probably the largest contributors Here accounting for about 25 per cent of the United Way budget. United Way member requests and budget allocations this year include the follow ing boy scouts. J15.0w requested budgeted salvation army requested budgeted girl scouts. Requested budgeted red Cross requested j13.0co budgeted orthopaedic Hospital requested budgeted Camp fire girls requested budgeted United service organization requested budgeted work opportunities requested budgeted salvation army Extension requested. Budgeted childrens hone. Requested budgeted Washington association for retarded persons none requested budgeted. Dyce noted that the Washington association for retarded persons a new United Way member Agency will cot be added until next year. In addition operating costs this year will total today in the news rain Falls by United pros inure it Dooal Spaay Central Washington did t live up to its reputation Friday evening As a two hour deluge dumped Nore than an Inch of Raia on the Wenatchee Valley. The heavy rain caused damage throughout the area and closed roads including Highway 2. The damage was confined to Road slides and a few basements being flooded. The National weather service said Over Inch of rain fell from and pm. And there were reports of bail stones one Inch in diameter falling in the area. Strike settled new York a four Day strike by at 16 municipal hospitals has been settled and workers were expected to begin returning to their jobs at Midnight officials said today. They said the agreement would prevent any layoffs of workers in the municipal Hospital system at least until the end of this year. Journey ends Pasadena Calif. Up Viking 2 switched of its 300 Pound thrust engine Early today for nearly 40 minutes and dived into a High elliptical orbit around Mars ending an 11 month 505-Millioa mile journey through space. Mission control at Jet propulsion Laboratory confirmed the orbit at . Not after a 39-Rainute. 35-second engine Burn that slowed the space vehicle and changed its course. Viking 2 will join Viking 1 in its scientific quest for life on the surface of m i is sept. 4. Storm intensifies Miami up tropical storm Belle intensified to near Hurricane strength today off the Southeast Florida coast. By noon the storm carried top winds of 70 Miles an Hoar and forecasters predicted the winds would strengthen to Hurricane Force of 75 . Later today. The advisory entered the storm about 375 Miles East of Palm Beach near latitude 26.5north and Longitude 73.5 West. Iran s plans Tehran Iris i i Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger said today Iran plans to Purchase billion Worth of american armaments through 1sso to modernize its military forces. Disease baffling Philadelphia up City officials believe they might be Able to blame a toxic substance or a fungus for the numerous deaths and illnesses among persons who attended a state american legion convention Here last month. But they conceded Friday that it would take a Long painstaking investigation to prove their theory if the cause of the baffling disease Ever is found. Bill passed Washington Iund it began As the tax Reform act of 1976." As the Bill emerged from 25 Days of Senate debate however its Reform provisions would lose More than billion in tax Revenue Over the next five years. The measure passed the Senate 49-22. Friday night and is headed for a conference with a much tougher House Bill which would gain billion Over five years. Gop prediction Olympia up ii Republican leaders in the House predicted Friday their party will take control of the legislature s lower chamber to the fall elections. Minority a. J. Pardini r-spok2se. Predicted the gop will claim at least 62 seats. De crits now control the House by a margin. Use puffy knife chisel to repair windows by Diane replacing the Glass a a window is precision work that Ca be do a by any person willing to a Little to learn the skill. If have been Putti a off the because of the High Cost of it done professionally you nay the follow is tips helpful. If remove the old Glass Putty and Glazier before measuring the area to be replaced. Be sure to use gloves or pliers to remove old Glass fasteners. Putty May be with a chisel. Measure the area to be on All four sides. Have a piece of Glass to fit the hardware store. There be different thicknesses of available you May in double thickness for a Large with an exposure to the winds. At the hard w Are store you w ill 2. So Home repair have to buy some Glacier Points which Are Flat triangular pieces Putty or glazing co Pound and a Putty knife. If you have some of Putty that seems dried out add a few drops of raw linseed Oil and knead thoroughly until it is of a workable consistency. If the Putty on the window appears chipped and dried it May have been applied on Bare Wood which absorbed All the Oil front the Putty. If this is the Case Seal the Wood with a coat of thin paint or linseed Oil before replacing the Glass. Evenly distribute a thin about Inch layer of Putty around the Frame. Press the Glass gently against the Putty. You nay need another person to hold the Glass in place while you put a the Glazier Points near each Comer. Use tie Side Edge of a chisel or screwdriver to Geatty tap then into place. Set additional Glazier Points four to six inches along the Glass. The outside Groove must be filled with Putty or glazing compound. This can be done by it with a Patty knife or rolling Small pieces of Putty Between the Palms to form Pencil shaped Rolls. Place the Rolls end to end All around the Glass then press firmly with the Putty knife holding the knife at an Angle guided by the Glass and the Sash. You will need a Good smooth Border of Putty a u a round the e go a is. Don t spread the Putty too far out Over the surface of the window where it can be seen from the inside. All excess Putty should be c it off a and the depressions filled. After the put to has hardened which nay Tike a Day or two it can be painted to match the outside of Many Metal casement windows can also be replaced at Home. Wire Spring clips which prevent the fuss cd i a n direct Contact with . Nay have to be removed in. Order to remove the Glass spread the Putty Over the Metai where the Glass is to rest and push the fun firmly into place so the put to ii is very Crevice

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