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Daily Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1961, Centralia, Washington The daily chronicle monday january 23, 1961 what s new in the twin cities Highway frosty to Highway Over White pass in Eastern Lewis county was frosty in places Mon Day according to the state High ways department. There is a total of 41 inches of Snow Al the pass. Students pledge three twin City students at the University of Washington were among 89 pledged to 23 fraternities during an in formal autumn Quarter Rush period. Kenneth f. Hugill Centralia pledged Kappa Sigma and David e. Teasdale Centralia pledged Theta Delta Chi. Richard p. K a p s. Chehalis was pledged to Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity the University. Announced. Suspect nabbed Centralia pol ice arrested George h. Frye 57, Seattle Early monday morning on a police court warrant. Frye if charged illegal issuance of checks in Centralia. He remained in the City jail monday morning in lieu of bail. Driver a respect William g. Tusk 19, route 4, Chehalis was arrested Over the weekend by Lewis county sheriff s officers on charges of violating the stale safety responsibility act and for hav ing defective vehicular equip ment Lusk posted bail Pend ing a peer Justice court trial. Bail is set bail on Bill Dean Walker 19, route 3, Centralia and Dorsey Hay Yost 16, Centralia was set monday at in Lewis county Superior court. The two were transferred for the county jail from Centralia jail each pending a Superior court trial on six charges of second degree burglary or attempted burglary and one charge of carnal knowl Edge. County prosecutor John Panesko filed the charges last thursday. Condition is same condition of Arnold Brent 24, Kelso Tell 40 feet from a Bridge at the Wolitz River Mayfield dam site Friday remained the same Mon Day. He is in serious condition. . La Lens Hospital attendants said Brent received head Pelvic and internal injuries and two fractured wrists. Action dismissed Charles Gikas 42, Centralia arrested a week ago by Lewis county Sher Iff s officers on a contempt of court warrant pointed put Mon Day the charge was later Dis missed. The warrant was issued in connection with a family Noi sup port decision previously made by the Lewis county Superior court. Itu meet closes sixty Dele ates of the Washington state con Ference of typographical unions closed out a two Day convention in Centralia sunday. Guest speaker was Rene Valentine Indiana Polis an International Typo graphical Union executive. Final function of the conference was a no Host luncheon sunday for he delegates wives at the Lewis Clark hotel. Luncheon chairman was mrs Kinzel Centralia. Chehalis pharmacy Russell Stover Valentine candies. 18-Ltp say Happy Valentino with an Ever Den studio portrait. 18-21 Venter pop concert Centralia h. S., thurs., Jan. 18-41 card of thanks i wish to thank or. Taylor and or. Kling and All the nurses at Centralia general for the care i received while there. Also my friends Lor cards and plants and neighbors that helped. Signed John Sidwaski. 18-lt Western legislators try to save Timber Washington a Western members of Congress Are joining forces in trying to save valuable Limber running into billions of Board rotting where it stands. The Timber is in National forests and cannot be harvested because it cannot be reached. More Money for building Access roads to this Timber is the objective of the westerners. It will return to the Treasury of the United slates Many times its Cost making it possible for us to Harvest Timber which otherwise would be sen. Wayne Morse d-ore., told the Senate last week in urging support for a Bill to authorize the funds. Sixteen senators from the West Are cosponsoring the Bill. House Hills have been introduced with tha same aim picket line goes Home Yakima a for the first time in months there were no pickets around Yakima Valley fruit warehouses monday. The Pickels members of team sleds local 760, were withdrawn following Union acceptance of the warehouse Industry offer to rein state workers who have been on strike since aug. 27. The acceptance voted at a Spe Cial Union meeting saturday did not end the strike but paved the Way for resumption of bargaining. The Industry reinstatement of Fer was ordered by the National labor relations Board after the Union filed an unfair labor practices charge. The Seallie office of the Norb worked out the agreement with the tree fruits labor relations committee which represents the Industry. Thirty three warehouses were struck and Union employees called out. The teamsters urged a nationwide Boycott of washing Ion apples which a Union spokes Man said will continue until a new contract is negotiated. Mobutu is promoted Leopold Ville the Congo Joseph Mobutu Mill tary Strong Man of Congo s government was promoted to major general today and told his unruly army it must obey orders. The same warning came from president Joseph Kas Mvubu who announced Mobutu s promotion Al a ceremony at co Goldville s Camp Korkolo scene of re cell discontent Over . The promotion was regarded by Western diplomats As designed to reassert Mobutu s authority Over the army and to Case him away from the political stage. A delegation of Western Diplo Mats called on Rajeshwar Dayal India s head of the . Congo operation for assurances tha while residents will be Prole Lei at Stanleyville Oriental province stronghold of sex Premier Patrice Lumumba s backers travellers who managed to escape from the Robe capital said 000 belgian Resl Denis of Stanley Ville live in fear of arc so As Lios tages for Tho safely of Lumumba now jailed in Katanga province. The legislation would authorize expenditures million in the ear beginning. July 1, arid million in the following year. A Aresen Law limits funds for the to. Years to million and v sponsoring the Senate Bill Are worse and Sens. Maurene Neu Erger d-ore., Clinton p. Ander on . E. L. Bartlett and Rnest Gruening Alaska demo rats Alan Bible a Nev. Clair Nile a Calif. Warren g. Mag Uson and Henry m. Jackson Washington democrats Gale me 3ee and j. J. Hickey Wyoming democrats Henry Dworshak r Daho Frank e. Moss a Utah bin a. Carrolld Colo. Gordon Unolt r-Colo., and Lee Metcalf a Mont. The agriculture department in 359 recommended that Mil Ion be spent on such Access roads n the next 12 years an average million annually Morse of Aid rep. Al Ullman d.ore., introducing a House Bill noted that resident Eisenhower s budget alls for Only million for a Cess roads in the year Starling july 1. It is past Lime when we can afford to Short change this Villa Ullman said. It has been estimated there is Over 56 billion Board feet of a ional Forest Timber in California Idaho Montana Oregon and Washington to which the Forest service has not obtained booze Bill introduced Olympia a _ the state quor control Board would be banded the Touchy problem of sunday liquor sales under a Bill drafted for intr Duclion in the Senate monday. The Bill would require the Board to fix he Days and hours that liquor could be sold no twill standing the provisions of any exult is Law prohibiting liquor sales on certain Days or times of the Board Lias maintained in the past that it is prevented from authorizing liquor sales on sunday by 1903 Blue Laws. The Bill is sponsored by Sens. John Happy Spokane Republican and Frank Connor and Edward of Riley Seattle democrats. In urging support of the Meas ure Happy commented that Ore gon and California permit Sale o. Liquor on sunday Why shouldn1 legislators killed the same Bil two years ago but this session Here is great pressure for Sunda sales because of the Century 2 exposition to be held in Seattle next year. Ants crawlers new York ukr fans who scrawl endearments to their a Poriles at stage entrances wit Crayon and lipstick Are going t have a Tough Lime from now Fri a Long Island manufacture Force Cote corp is Dis Tribul ing n plastic coating that adhere permanently to Brick or Concrete fervent scrawling just off the Oysler Drill is a sea snap which bores a Hole in Oysler shells Wilh its rasp like Tongue and sucks out the nutrients. This saxophone quintet will be one of the features of the second annual midwinter pops concert set thursday evening by the Centralia High school music department. The program varied and featuring he band choir acid a number of ensembles opens at 8 o clock at the High school auditorium. Above left to right Diane Middlebusher Don Neuert Stan Erickson Sharon fort and to Case. Chronicle staff photo warm up expensive t1tusv1lle, a. A it was cold sunday so Emerson t. Campbell and his wife Marjorie of Titusville r. D. 1 decided their to cars needed a warm up. Mrs. Campbell got in one Auto and took a Short ride. Then she turned around and headed Back Home. Just before reaching the Camp ill House the car hit an icy Patch swerved out of control and crashed head on info another car. The other Driver was Campbell who had just started out in the other car. Neither of the Camp Lelis was injured., Cuba still on Alert Havana Ernesto Guevara warned Cuba s civilian sunday night to remain Alert so that if the new Ken Nedy administration threatens its be will All be ready to go Back b the Cuba s pro communist econom c chief sounded the warning at rally of demobilized militiamen at a seacoast town 40 Miles West of Havana. He urged the men to Back to work now that the free week invasion Alert was Over but cautioned them to be prepared. Following the line Laid Down in Idel Castro s speech Friday Guevara called for a change in he mistaken and absurd poli cies of the adminis ration. He claimed the military had averted the danger of invasion and resulted in an important Victory for the people Vithous Fidel Castro told provincial delegates of the agrarian Reform is dilute that his government would give Small Farmers n Oriento province credits to Spur cultivation of Coffee and Cacao. He also announced creation of childrens farms to be incorporated in the people s which raise vegetables chickens and rabbits. Children Over 10 will be eligible to work on the farms. Perm. Housewife paints chief executive s flags sellersv1lle, pa., Ever wonder who paints those presidential flags the chief executive displays wherever he goes of the painters making hem for John f. Kennedy is mrs. Ivan Jurin a housewife and Mother of four children who lives near this Eastern Pennsylvania Community not far from Philadelphia. Her shop is housed in a Plain Back room of her Home. Some she works 13 hours a Day on the flags mrs. Jurin a former student at the Philadelphia museum College of Art has delivered Jour flags to Date. She expects to deliver four More today. Her contract with the government Calls for delivery of 12 by feb. 23. How did she gel the Job she submitted a successful bid for a contract offered by the Phil Adelphia quartermaster depot. I was surprised when i got the contract for 12 she kaid. I know there were Oiler artists bidding for the Job i Don t think i m the Only artist painting them i think they Are probably making More than my 12." the Blue flags Are 12 by 6 feet 8 they were delivered to mrs Jurin with an Eagle in the Center and a Circle of stars both in White Percale already sewn on. Air station will close Calif we the Navy will begin closing Down its Oakland air station March 1, it was announced saturday. Some. Naval air Reserve members and 505 regular Navy officers and enlisted men along Wilh planes and equipment will be moved to nearby naval air station. Will be Complete Navy estimates. Originally the the by june the Navy had planned to move out of the station at Oakland s City Airport in Early 1562, but officials said the time was moved up because new Jet runways at the Airport will Force Navy planes to taxi two Miles. She must Complete the Decora Olive Branch sheaf of arrows shield Eagle s plumage and lettering in color. She said it took her it Days to Complete the first acc pliable copy. She worked from a photo graph. I use an old fair Rohed dining room table to Lay out the flags a Supply of weather resistant textile paints and a Little table my paints she explained. Mrs Jurin whose husband is a Driver Salesman for a milk com Pany declined to say How much she will get for the Job. Censoring is upheld Washington a the supreme court today upheld censorship of motion pictures before their Public shotting Justice Clark delivered int. Court s 5-4 decision the. Tribunal acted on an a pea by times film corp distributors of a movie called Juan the film refused to submit the picture to Chicago s censors ant the City then refused a permit for its exhibition i in today s High court decision chief Justice Warren and Justice Douglas wrote dissenting opinions also dissenting were justices Black and Brennan. Drastic food shortage spurs chinese drive Tokyo an announce ment from piping indicates unrest and sabotage brought on by a drastic shortage of food is bringing new drives against opponents of tha red regime a voluminous communique is sued after a meeting Jan. 14-18 of the top chinese command in Pei Ping referred again and again to the food shortage which was blamed on the most severe natural calamities in a Century Fol lowing upon serious natural calamities of 1959." the communists reported last month that 150 million acres were hit by these calamities. No figures were listed in the latest report but it left no doubt about the seriousness of the problem. The official new China news Agency reported a four Day cold wave in Kiangtung province South China destroyed part of the Winter crop especially Sweet potatoes a Staple food of the toiling masses. The piping communique said the agricultural setback led to a for or Supply of the people s daily necessities As far As the tasks m extraordinarily. Great arid tin communique hut the difficulties can be shortage of raw materials Light Industry. The leaders dared that new sources of Materi Al along with increased production be achieved to ensure the planning to build or remodel 1961 is the time to build or improve your Home if so be sure to see f i r s t f e d e r a l first bring your plans for Home improvements to us remember. In Chehalis it s first Federal Federal in savings 921 Chehalis ave., so 8-4423 Chehalis fire toll 4ti by the associated press flies that shuck in various 3arl.s of the nation Over the week end took the of Moie than 40 Lei sort including Al least 17 a jul in Pasadena Mil flames broke out in a Frame House Early today and seven Young children and an daring for them were killed i the dead were Donald l Green d Mouths ins Sis leis and Brothers Maryland 2 Cousin Retina Wright 10, am an Bernard Given 33 parents of the Green children negroes vere a letting neighbors when the Blaze broke out shortly after Midnight in the a communally Halfway Between Annapolis and 3altimore in York Early sunday a Mother and so of her nine Chil Dren died when a fire swept through their tenement apartment in the Wil Hamburg Section of Brooklyn. The victims Weie Anna Fancher 35, and Charles 4 Howard 9, Josephine 7, Nancy 3, Florence 2, and Helen 1 police theorized that Charles might have started the Blaze in Edawin with matches he was spanked a month ago by his father for playing with them the explosion of an Oil Sieve was blamed for a fire saturday that killed two persons in Marl Boro by. Judy Boykem Whitted 19, and her sister Anna p boy Kin 14, died m the Blaze that destroyed their two Story House another fire m new York was believed to have killed Adda Wright 72, a hotel clerk when flames wrecked he Headquarters of the famed Chautauqua institution in Chautauqua. Sex sea chief Dies Calif Liam Henry Branson former a world president of the seventh Day adventist Church is dead at 73 Branson head of the Church from 1950 to 1954, died in a Glen Dale Hospital saturday. He had been ill since suffering a stroke last november. Branson born near Fairfield 111., began his evangelistic career in 1908. 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