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Daily Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1970, Centralia, WashingtonTrain marked Yule Light up is launched for. The first time tonight is the 1970 Christmas Light Trail and it bids to be one of the Best and brightest yell the invitation is to everyone to follow the Trail of colourful Holiday displays on the porches lawns and rooftops of Centralia and Chehalis area Homes listed Here today Are the entries in the 1970 twin City Christmas Home ugh Ting contest. The entry deadline was thursday at Midnight. All contest entries Are required to be lighted this saturday night from 7 to 10 o clock for judging a second Light up night for judging is also sunday. Tie judging teams Are being provided by the Chehalis activators one of the sponsors of the 1970 lighting contest. The householders from braving the elements to decorate. Too some residents have reported their displays have been badly damaged by the wind and rain. In any event Many families have set out to make their Homes and their neighbourhoods Bright for Christmas. Following he 1970 Light Trail through the holidays jul be a treat no one should miss Here u the 1970 Christmas Light Trail in the twin City area Chehalis Christmas Light Trail no designation Means non Cora Williams 595 new York Avenue. Ethel Fuller 839 Averill Street. Clyde m. Cook 1990 William Street. And the daily chronicle. First second and third place prizes will be awarded in each Community. The activators judging teams plan to be Busy both saturday and sunday nights because judging teams in the past have generally found they cannot Complete the task in a single evening. Awards Aii Eie Elrie this year first place awards Are those marvelous electric vertical broilers. Just set them up in the Kitchen and without smoke they Cook steaks chops and just about everything that can be broiled. They Cook both sides at once. Second place awards Are regal electric Auto Matic griddle servers with super hard Teflon finish. You can Cook and serve from the same appliance. Third place prizes Are those Brand new electric four quart Popcorn Poppers. You watch it pop turn it Over and you have a full serving bowl too a colourful sign Wal be placed on the Lawn of each prize Winner signifying the place the Householder won in the 1970 contest. Some Homes no some householders appearing on today s published Light Trail have an no listing meaning they Are not competing in the contest. This is because White they Are enjoying the season and the fun of decorating they feel they do not want to com Pete for prizes. But Jast the same their displays May be enjoyed by Light Trail followers right along with All the others. There Are some entries from Rural areas outside the twin City area. These do not include the Christmas Lane Community South of Chehalis. Rural Homes can be listed on the Light Trail but because of judging difficulties cannot announcement of the prize winners will be made thursday dec. 24, and at that time activator club members win deliver the prizes to Homes and Plant the award signs. Attempt has been made to Chart the Christmas Light Trail in the two communities so that it May As closely As possible be logically followed by those wishing to enjoy the Holiday decorations. Weather Hurt activity the number of Light Trail contest entries this year is somewhat less than in past years. Undoubtedly continued bad weather the past several weeks discouraged Many Herman Miessner 1573 eighth Street. Otto and Marjorie Watilo Box 235 16th St. Ben Jones 2637 18th Street. M. J. Barber 2497 19th Street or. And mrs. Rudolph Swatz 19th St. Ben Johnson 2305 Grandview or. And Virgil Hatfield it. 5, Box 602, Bishop Road. No Robert t. Reynolds it. 5, Box 476. No John l. Newby. It. 5, Box 732. Fred Haunreiter it. 5, Box 764. Carl Geiger it. 2, Box 556. Don Hutchins it 2, Box 96. The Gunderson it. 2, Box 508. Or. And mrs. Clifford Larson it. 2, Box 464. 0. J. Starling it. 2, Box 468. Centralia Christmas Light Trail no designation meant non competitive Vera Walker 715 Parkway. Mrs. June i. Turtle 608 West second St. Floyd h. Marsh 408 Jackson or. And mrs. Don Anderson 1002 e. Third St Gene Rhey 1716 North Tower ave. Bill Prine 326 Oakview ave. Dan Mohney family 1330 Johnson re. Mrs Paul 201b Ahlers ave. William Toland 2023 a frs r. W. Frost 2812 Fords Prairie ave. Mike bobbins and Randy Buzzard 3415 Prill Road. Don Germeau 3401 Prill Road. Gerald Niemcziek 1128 Shamrock drive. Lee Baldwin 1315 View ave. Kelly Seroshek route 1, Box 324. Or. And mrs. Lloyd Dysart 105 North Washington ave. No Herman Baker 1116 West Pear St. Stephen Ambeau 1203 Alder St. Calvin Samley 514 South Pearl St. Mrs. Edith Asa 617 South Gold St Robert j. Bingley or. 1112 grand ave. Oakville Peter and Evelyn Aglugub it. 1, Box 113 no Toledo win Lek Karl Bowman it. 2, Box 14 Toledo Winlock Highway no Lincoln Creek Fred Holpert it 1, Box 638. No infant new yorker recovered unharmed new York a Gregory Woods 3-month-old infant snatched from his stroller in front of a Brooklyn store Friday afternoon was found in a sub Way station Early this morning apparently unharmed it was re ported by the sister Elizabeth maternity Hospital. A Hospital spokesman said that the infant son of a Brook Lyn fireman was found by two men at about in a Brooklyn subway station. The baby looks the Hospital spokesman said. She locks very Well taken care the baby s Mother was summoned to the maternity Hospital and broke Down in tears when she was reunited with the in Fant a Hospital spokesman said. She was very very the spokesman added. Or. Edward Reilly the child s paediatrician examined him and said he s in 110 per cent Excel Lent police said the infant was to listings moved for today enly the daily chronicle s weekly list of television programs it published in the main Section and no in the the schedule ii in Page found on a stairway of the sub Way station. Someone had placed a piece of cardboard with the baby into his Blanket. Levy action postponed be Ell the peer school Board discussed a special Levy at its meeting this week but postponed a decision in Tel next March or april. If a Levy is decided superintendent Willard Gray said it probably will be Tess than the 3.75 Mills last year. In other action directors accepted a dress code presented by the be Ell High school student body. Under the code girls will be Able to Wear Slacks to school but not jeans. Boys hair length can be to the ear lobes but no lower and mustaches and beards Are clean trim and neat the Board also discussed the need for equipment for an Industrial arts program and decided to Purchase a Metal Furnace. Directors agreed to join the King county directors association As an Aid in Pur chasing school supplies. Cen Folta Chehalis Washington social 7hb-ee chronicle saturday dec. 19, 1970 24 pages 79th year no. 299 for those who Don t Lewis county residents who questions on social Security problems and who Don t Tike to Waif in line May now Telephone Hie new foreign Exchange line Between Chehalis Olympia uni talk directly with the olym l1ke to wait in line Pia is office free of charge. Mrs. Stephen Joyce Ness claims representative pictured above taking a calf says is the line for people who Don t like to wait in chronicle staff photo Tel service provides direct link to social Security office a line for people who Don t like to wait in line has opened in Chehalis for Lewis county residents with questions on social Security problems. Chuck Perisich Field representative from the is office in Olympia announced Friday that a Tel service is now Here. Tel service is the new Way to apply for most social Security benefits and to get answers to any questions abut your social Perisich pointed out by dealing the new foreign Exchange line Between Chehalis and Olympia you will be Able to talk directly with the Olympia office your record looked up in minutes and your problem solved All for free. The social Security administration is always looking for better and faster ways of serving the Public and Tel service is one of he said. Perisich said residents of Lewis county served by the Pacific Northwest Bell Tele phone system in Centralia Chehalis Napavine Winlock be Ell Doty Dryad Curtis Bunker and Adna areas May reach the Olympia office direct by dealing the Chehalis Exchange number. Claims service was improved last oct. 1 when the is office at tie courthouse in Chehalis was moved to 1017 Chehalis ave., and a second Day added to the weekly schedule of visits. For those who prefer to talk personally to is represent lives they May continue to go in on tuesdays from 9 . To p.m., and thurs Day morning from 9 o clock to noon Perisich reminded. But Perisich urges Lewis county residents to use Tel service to apply for benefits and to get answers . Evidence said suppressed Spokane a four months after Haystack fires broke out in Grant county the state court of appeals has under advisement a prosecution motion asking reversal of a lower court ruling that suppresses evidence in the Case. A written opinion is expected o be handed Down by the appellate court later this month. Arguments for and against the motion for overturn of the so county Superior court de were heard Friday in the of appeals. Paul Klasen Grant county to securing attorney said the reversal is essential to his Case against Robert w. Peterson 45, stolen car recovered Winlock a car reported stolen from in front of a Ryin lock Market Friday afternoon was recovered within minutes by Law enforcement officers. Mrs. Elmer Kuehn route 1, Winlock left her 1967-Model vehicle in front of the downtown Winlock Market for a Short time and it disappeared she told county sheriffs deputies. Six minutes later the vehicle was spotted heading North on he freeway. Three deputies and a trooper from the Chehalis detachment of the Washington state patrol intercepted the car. Three suspects were arrested All 16, 18 and 23, and All from the Everett area. Names were withheld pending tiling of formal charges deputies said. Proceeds for plane the Chehalis eagles aerie is sponsoring a Spaghetti dinner on Jan. 9 to Benefit the Chehalis a Squadron of the civil air patrol. All proceeds of the feed will go toward Purchase of a air plane for use by the local unit in search and Rescue missions. Dinner will be served Royal slope area Farmer who is charged with 53 counts of arson in connection with 80 Hay ack fires. His brother Roger Peterson of Caldwell Idaho is charged with three counts of malicious destruction of property. Defense attorney c. E. Hor Lel of Ephrata wash., argued in court Friday that inform a linking Robert Peterson with the Hay burnings prob Able not exist when Grant county judge James Wickwire issued a starch War rant Grant county sheriffs deput with the warrant found dynamite fuses and a spent Cartridge on Peterson s farm. Arson charges were filed later against Peterson. When the trial was moved to Spokane county Superior court judge William h. Wiliams quashed the search warrant thus suppressing the evidence. Probable cause did exist in issuance of the warrant and it should not have been overturn the air plane project is a the local Squadron is raising funds to pay for half of the Cost of the aircraft. Late news bulletins Washington a president Nixon plans to Call the newly Congress info session in Jan. 3 unless the current lame Dock session votes his major proposals up or Down the White House said saturday. Saigon a Sharp fighting wat reported on the battlefields in South Vietnam saturday on the of Viet Cong terror strikes to Mark the Totth anniversary of the Start of the Indochina Mercury Nev. A _ Low level radiation released from underground nuclear test shot at me Nevada test site was detected by monitoring planes 450 Miles away today Over Central Utah the atomic Energy com Mission said. Cloudy fog saturday night. Chance of rain sunday. High upper 30s Ond lower 0s. Low in the upper 20s Ond lower 30s. Compleat weather on Page Klasen said Friday before the court of appeals. Justice will be severely restrained if the prosecution is not allowed the overturn of the search War rant Hormel said the affidavit re questing the search warrant contained "12 allegations and most of them were the prosecution has since abandoned seven of those allegations obviously because they re so Hor Mel said. The defense attorney took particular Issue with one affidavit allegation that listed the Idaho License plate number of a Light Blue car. Klasen said Grant county sheriffs deputies received an Anonymous do to be on the Lookout for a car from that was the tip Grant county needed in the Hay stack Klasen said. It was a valid allegation even though the plate number was later Klasen said authorities investigating the Hay burnings Learned Roger Peterson the defendant s brother had gone to Grant county and was staving with Robert Peterson. After Roger came up there was a fire. After he arrived the morning before they were arrested there was a fire in the Klasen said. Bid High on Timber handle i. Adams veneer co., handle was the apparent High bidder wednesday on a 123-acre sate of Timberland in the gift Ord Pinc Bol National Forest. The it. Adams bid of was higher than the appraised value of there were sex in other lumber concerns bidding on the Sale titled the yellow jacket 2" Sale. Senate rejects halting debate Washington a the Senate rejected today an at tempt to halt debate on a Money Bill containing funds for the controversial supersonic transport. House and Senate leaders met meanwhile to review a series of Bills blocking congressional adjournment. Two thirds vote was Neces sary to secure thus the depart j ment of transportation Money Bill containing million for the set. Opponents Are blocking action on the of at least six major issues on which such tactics Are being used or threat ened. Today s vote Means debate on the Bill will continue pending new efforts to agree on a com Promise or another try at clo Ture possibly As Early As tues Day. The Senate meanwhile turned to negotiations in an Effort to unravel in private the Legisla Tive tangle it wove in Public and undo a threatened epidemic of filibusters. The vote gave no direct Indi cation of strength on the set since Many backers of the plane southerners and Western ers who have traditionally voted against cloture voted against limiting debate and some set opponents voted to Cut it off. After the vote sen. Jacob k. Javits r-n.y., appealing for Compromise of some of tie is sues before tie Senate said he Hopes set opponents will cot be deceived by the lopsided vote on this Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said private conferences would begin immediately to resolve the Var ious disputes and that both houses planned to stay in ses Sion Well into the Day in Hopes of some accommodation he Raing can be done Mansfield called a 94-minute secret session of the Senate Fri Day night and urged his col leagues to take an Altitude of give and take. The executive session produced to specific plan for an and to the tie up. But the opposing sides on major stalled legis lation agreed to meet in Small groups in an Effort to negotiate compromises. Mansfield and Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott were to meet today with House speaker John w. Mccormack to discuss the Senate situation and the out look for adjournment. I would t say there is Light at the end of the Tunnel but the prospects Are mans Field said. If there is any Light at the end of the Tunnel it is not a Christmas said Scott. He said there is not a particles of Lope Congress might adjourn before Christmas it must by Law quit by noon Jan. 3, since the 9lst Congress docs out of existence then. It was Scott who with 18 sup Wirters proposed the Senate Salt debate on the department transportation appropriations Bill with its million Lor the set. The Senate voted two weeks ago to strike the set funds from the Bill after the House narrowly approved a appropriation. Warsaw a after quell ing mobs with Rifle fire in the nation s biggest shipyards police and troops in Poland have placed another darkness curfew on the country s rebellious Northern cities. Rioting report edly spread to a fifth City Fri Day but there were no con firmed reports of new violence today. Quoting newspaper accounts radio Gdansk reported Friday night that some of the thousands of rioters in the Gdynia ship Yards fired of the troops and police. There could have been Only one reply to the broadcast said a Resolute a Gdansk Gdynia and Sopot clustered beside the Bay of Dan Zig were torn by rebellious mobs Early in the week. The fighting spread to Szczecin 180 Miles to the West and outbreaks were reported Friday at Slupsky a City of Light Industry 60 mites East of Szczecin. Authorities re wedly used tear Gas at Slupsky o restore order. The government says up to 20 House damaged Rochester flames acin rated four rooms of the 3ien Sundquist Home near Here Friday night Rochester firemen reported saturday morning. The House located about two Miles Southwest of Rochester on he Independence Road began turning at abut p.m., when neighbors noticed the fire and notified firemen. Neighbors moved most of the downstairs furniture out of doors by the time firemen arrived As the flames spread to the second Story of the Frame Louse. The six members of the Sundquist family Are now seeking other living quarters while their House is being repaired. None were injured. Cliff Miller Rochester fire chief said 19 men drove four Rucks to the fire. Firemen remained at the scene until . Saturday. No damage estimate was Given. Vandals hit again the Friday night gang has struck again. A week ago Friday Severa cars in Chehalis on Cascade and Washington avenues were Jama cd when rocks were hurled through car windows. Last night vandals repeated the act aiming rocks at win Dows of two cars parked in the Vicinity of w. F. West High school and a pickup truck cear Kaija s feed and seed. In addition Kelly s sport shop located near the school also a a a Rock thrown through is window. Chehalis police Are investigating. Contend the ?210 million recommended by House Senate conferees is hardly a Compromise. One suggestion advanced in the closed Senate session was that no new legislation be acted upon in the balance of he ses Sion leaving Only conference re ports the final versions of Bills passed by both House and sen ate. _ that would scrap a Bill Pend ing in the Senate providing so Cial Security increases Trade restrictions and the administration s welfare Reform proposal. Controversies Over provisions restricting use of . Troops in Southeast Asia outside South Vietnam threaten in connection with the defense a Vii . To privation probation Bill and three for critics of the air plane project i eign Aid measures. Police curfew darkens Poland arsons have died in the con rotations and hundreds have Een injured. Radio Warsaw said the polish lews Agency Pap reported that Calm prevailed in the whole of the triple cities today with Supply Trade and transportation working normally and 15 ships being loaded at the docks. There s lots of traffic in the streets and kiosks restaurants and Public places Are the broadcast said. It then quoted a warning to rebellious youth Erom a focal newspaper Lecent events disclosed painful fact that Many people still see their own interest Over shadowing the pubic Good. Shall have to revise our attitude toward our youth who proved they Don t know How to behave. Many of the Aloyed things Are being returned. Mothers have brought Back things stolen in the shops by their broadcast monitors in West Germany said there were no mentions of the disturbances ii Early morning transmissions of other polish stations. Legislative Council nixes yearly session Olympia a the legis Active Council fumed Down a in Friday which would have Stabli bed annual sessions of the legislature. The action came after sen. John slender a Seattle sup i cited by sen. Perry Woodall a Toppenish said the governor can Call special sessions when Ever he considers it necessary. Therefore Stender said it is unnecessary to clutter up the Constitution with this sort of Woodall said it would be polish to mandate annual ses Sions under the current amount of compensation we sen. Harry Lewis a Olympia said from a practical stand we Are at annual sessions gov. Dan Evans has indicated he will press for annual ses Sions. The Council also decided against measures that would Lave allowed counties to draw on Road maintenance funds for other purposes and allow county commissioners to hire private at orc yes to handle civil cases instead of leaving it to the prosecuting attorney. Thirteen other measures Drew the Council s approval. Toe bids included one that would make it necessary for judges to wait until they Are 60 before qualify ing for retirement pay. Others would provide Money to remove car hulks set up the order of succession in Case the governor were disabled and keep port districts inside county lines. Break ins reported Winlock Lewis county sheriffs deputies were Busy in Winlock saturday morning investigating three reports of prowler action during the night. Two break ins were said to have occurred at the Safeway store and at the Mobil gasoline station. It was also reported an at tempt had been made by someone to enter Smitly s cafe. Further information was immediately available. If in readiness for Christmas it head Start off with fresh Start it Grade pens Horoscope for swingers these special features and More Are in this week s weekender today s daily chronicle look for them

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