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Daily Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1955, Centralia, WashingtonWeather mostly Cloudy sunday. Tunny periods. High 68 Low 54. Complete weather on Page Wash Tautoa d i v o Ted to the Lewis and Southern Tho Raton counties today s news world wide by Aiea Eteter and Southwest Newt the Day it happen saturday july 9. 1955 fourteen Pagee vol. Lxiv no. 161. Release of turncoat due sunday la Hong Kong we the a Hong Kong government bounced saturday night the three turncoat now i peeking to leave red China will Cross the chinese Hong Kong Border sunday after noon. The time was Given at be tween i and 2 p. M. The government said it obtained its information from the Brit Psi charge d affaires in piping who had Learned of the repatriation plans from the chinese bed Cross earlier a dispute Over Transi permits had caused a delay in the release of the men. The chinese Beds had demanded transit per Nitts for the three americans a move denounced by Hong Kong authorities As a communist trick t retarded m propaganda announcing such permits a not and would not be issued a government spokesman said the unexpected demand undoubtedly was a propaganda move aimed Al pressuring . And British authorities into allowing the Mea to enter Hong Kong legally. A government statement issued afterwards said the British coca re d affaires to Weiping had been authorized to inform the Chi Nese red Cross society that the men would be admitted to Hong Kong. This was interpreted As mean tag they would be allowed to enter undocumented aliens the status of most european refugees re turning from red China. There was no indication whether this would satisfy help Long authorities. The Annore Cement said the for Hal authorization for their entry bad not previously been Given be cause of the necessity for consultations with authorities in London and it. 6. Take i Woody As undocumented aliens they would be turned Over immediately to american authorities Here. Brit ish sources said the Hong Kong government s position has been to Wake certain that the men would not be left on its hands through Dodge that would prevent them being handed Over directly to . Officials. The government spokesman Earl Ier explained that the Possession of transit permits would enable the men to stay in Hong Kong until they could arrange their own transportation and would permit them to try Lor entry into some than the United other country states. The three War prisoners who first chose to re main in red China and later changed their been scheduled to Cross the Hong Kong Border into British territory today. But help Long radio announced last night their departure bad been postponed. British blamed for Tjie broadcast blamed the change of plans on the failure of British authorities to Supply the permits. The men reportedly Are now in Canton awaiting final arrangements for their departure from red China. Piping has identified them As Lewis w. Griggs Jacksonville Tex. 0. O. Bell Olympia wash., and William a. Cowart Dalton a the red chinese moved puzzled British and american officials Here. A spokesman at the . Consulate said authorities were at a loss to understand the red chinese motives in the last minute private sources said the communists apparently Are making a Jonal Effort to use the men for t propaganda purposes before they r Cross into the free world. They suggested that other turncoat in bed China May be showing signs of uneasiness about staying behind and toe reds could use the Case of these three As an example of the difficulties they would meet if they too tried to leave. Voder neighbors Reol pioneers police solve Puzzle of fake radio Call from fishing boat Blue Star at Pioneer Lewis county Resi dents pause in their daily work to reflect Over earlier memories of Vader. Mrs. Delia Sartor Ough Bat lived in Vader for 61 years. Henry St. Germain quietly celebrated his 78th birth Day last week. Both Are related to Simon Plom Ondon who was the first White Man to enter Lewis county and who came up Hie co Waltz River in 1813. Both have their own Homes Side by Side in Vader. Before the couple paused to Chat with a Dally chronicle reporter photographer mrs. Scarborough was carrying fire Wool into the Kitchen and St. Germain was hoeing Bis Garden. Staff photo grandson of colourful Northwest Pioneer quietly observes 78th birthday at Vader Vader Henry St. Zermain grandson of the first White Man to enter Lewis county 142 years ago celebrated his 78th birthday quiet y Here last week without fanfare one never pays any attention to birthdays at my he said. In recalling the past St. Ger main said he was nine years old when his Grandfather Simon Plora Ondon died just three months Short of being 100 years old. Plomondon a French Canadian was born when George Washington was serving his first term As president. He came from the Hudson Bay Post at fort Vancouver and pushed up the co Waltz River in 1813 to become toe first White Man to enter Lewis county. He received an unfriendly Wel come when he arrived at Colwitz where the main Village of the Colwitz tribe was located. So promo Riim to port. Vancouver to obtain clothes and tobacco and offered them to chief Schene Wah on his second trip. Because he was so Plomondon got to stay provided he would marry his daughter. He did and after an Indian ceremony was performed 30 of the Best men in he tribe were placed at his ser vice. He took his place As one of he leaders of the tribe As the chief s new son in Law. That was St. Germain s Grandfather. His father was Joseph St. Germain. He used to take Henry to Vader to buy groceries. Vader was called Little Falls then from the Fahs on Lacamas Creek near Vader. Henry remembers he was six year old boy when he first came to Vader with his father from across the Colwitz River where they were homesteading. They used to Wall and Henry had to run along behind to keep up. Some times he was Lucky and got to ride on his dad s shoulders. Later when governor Stevens administered the Washington territory his dad led a 25-Man militia to keep Law and order and straighten out troubles Henry continued. The Wagon trains headed for Ore gon used to cause the most trouble he pointed out. After a pause Henry scratched l Bead and smiled i re member when i was three years was sitting on the porch when i fell Between the boards and landed on two Henry came from a Large family of about 15 children. Now Only three Are left. Henry in Vader who is the baby of the Trio at 78 Mary Louise in Tacoma who is 91, and a brother in Yakima. He was1 s5 on Valentine s Day. Mrs. Delia Scarborough who has lived 67 years in and is a great granddaughter of Simon Plomondon resides next door to St. Germain. Her father John St Germain was a logger for Hartley he also worked for the Olson Broth ers a company of seven Brothers who owned the Stillwater lumber Mill. Delia s parents vied on a ranch across the Colwitz River. They moved to Vader during the first world War. Vader was a. Boom town then mrs. Scarborough declared. The population was two or three times bigger than it is now she recalled this was a Nice Little place was a Bank theatre dance Hall. Now there s nothing not even a bus. It All went when the Timber but she still bikes Vader and would t think of moving. She has her Home and h Osband and she often vets Henry St. Germain and his wife. And then there is the Garden to care for and Wood u bring in. From All outward appearances no one would know Henry St. Ger main and mrs. Scarborough Are descendants of Lewis county s first White Are just Plain Ordinary Vader citizens who Are proud of their town. Youth admits killing child Manchester . A county solicitor Conrad Danals said saturday he will. Seek the death penalty hanging for Walter Bourque jr., 17, in the slaying of 4-year-old Patricia Johnson whose nude body was found in Bourque s cellar Friday. She had been sexually abused and hit with an a. Bourque a shoe worker was held without bail. He will appear in Superior court monday charged with in the first degree. At the time his arraignment was timing set Patricia s Mother mrs. Ethel Johnson was in a Hospital per fourth child. The blonde girl s father Rich Ard led police to question Young Bourque. He told them Friday that Patricia sometimes went into Walt cellar to watch him chop Wood. The Bourquet and Johnsons Are next door neighbors. mid Bourque admitted killing the girl after she said i m going to Tell my banker passes Tacoma Howard a. Lin Coln vice president of the puget National Bank died Hen Btu Day. He came to Tacoma from Olympia in us and bad re hit in alg har prison near Normal again Walla Walla w Steps to Ward the establishment of Normal operations at the state prison were Lerags continued saturday As a to it Cal overtone on this week s Cost y riot entered the picture. Some prisoners who were forced to spend thursday night in he open while guards searched cells for weapons concealed Dur no the revolt were moved Back into their quarters Friday. Temporary repairs on damaged Locking systems Warden Lawrence Denmore or. Said made if Safe enough to move the prisoners Back into their cells. The 33 prisoners who spearheaded the riot Early tuesday and acted As ringleaders until the revolt need wednesday were placed in the Bottom tier of cells in Wing in which Denmore said was the safest Wing of the prison. Wing one where the riot started was not. Used for prisoners but was used As the gathering place for cores of weapons axes Ham mers baseball Bate and knives found during a cell by cell shake Down of the prison thursday and Friday. Politics entered the picture Fri Day in a statement released at Seattle by state sen. Albert d. Rosel line Senate democratic Leader Dur ing the last legislature. Rosellini charged that a Bill Wimch gov. Langue vetoed would have remedied what he termed one of the main reasons for the riot discrimination and Favorel Tim shown by the parole Board in setting prison sentences. The ust legislature tried to remedy Rosellini s state ment said by passing a Bill which in effect would take the parole Board out of politics and re quire the appointment of person Nel on it basis of qualification. Although the legislature passed this Bill practically unanimously the governor saw fit to veto it. I am confident this act would have gone a Long Way toward Correct ing some of the inequities of our parole the concessions made by state prison officials in persuading the convicts to end their revolt Rosel Lini Aid will cause More trouble. Removes All doubt Newark n. J. A3 James Faulk 40, was being questioned Friday on whether he had turned in a false Jire alarm he pulled the alarm handle twice More before the amazed eyes of battalion fire chief Thomas o Boyle police said. With All doubt eliminated Faulk was arrested on charges of turning in the false alarm. Three still missing Kalispell Mont. Utt continued search in better weather for three Tacoma uranium Hunters missing Lance june m produced no Friday. The three men Phil Myers Clarence Hebel and Harvey Prei to appeared after leaving y Jugg indict Texas congressman Seguin Tex. John j. Belld text who helped set up the Texas veterans land program when he was in the state Legisla Ture was indicted yesterday on charges of conspiring to steal 810 from the state to that program. He immediately denied guilt. He made the same denial when questioned by a state investigating committee earlier. The freshman congressman said he received some Legal fees and that was All. Indicted with him was t. J. Mclarty of Denver colo., and formerly of Cuero Tex., Bell s Home town and j. T. Wofford of Cuero. It was from Mclarty Bell said in the state investigation that he received the Legal fees. Mclarty ionic Iii in May on other land deals. The indictments against the three involve deals in july 1952 in which acres of Guadalupe county land were sold to 24 Veter indictment reads to. J. Mclarty John j. Bell and t. J. Wolford on or about tie 15th Day of july 1952, did then and Gunlaw ans. The fully conspire to unlawfully wins right to return Home London Del communist Czechoslovakia bowed saturday to Britain s demands for the release of British born Phyllis Sispera and Ier three Young children. The foreign office announced that the Prague government has agreed to let mrs. Sispera a czech citizen through marriage leave the country with her Chil Dren. Mrs. Sispera s czech imprisoned on charges of treason. For the determined mrs. Sispera it marked the successful Gulmina Jon of a seven year fight to go borne and take her children with her. She had resisted suggestions she go alone and leave them behind. The British foreign office has been negotiating for years to get mrs. Sispera along with other British born wives of of the country. Within the past week Britain delivered two stiff protests to Prague with warnings that failure to let the women go was Poison ing relations Between Britain and Czechoslovakia. Czech police picked up mrs Sispera to her Prague apartment Early tuesday. She was suddenly returned at 4 . Thursday As Britain began firing off angry pro tests to Prague according to mrs. Sispera s Story she was allowed to see her children for a few hours then her husband she had been compelled to divorce. She refused to in Czechoslovakia although the police promised to release her for Mer husband give him a mining Job and provide the whole family Nice Villa in which to. Live. Treaty deposited Moscow w . Charge d affaires Walter n. Walmsley or. Deposited the . Ratification of the austrian state treaty the soviet foreign ministry saturday. The document signed by president Eisenhower was received by ._._. _ Deputy foreign minister nor of Sonora and Zoilin
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