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Daily Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Centralia, Washington The doily chronicle tuesday july 18, 1967 news briefs of Southwest Washington evaluation Vancouver an evaluation of the War on poverty will be the highlight of the meeting of the economic Opportunity committee of Clark county inc., at 8 . At fort Vancouver regional Library. Progress reports on local War projects including the neighbourhood service centers and summer head Start also Are slated for the session. Dredging protested North Cove word was received Friday from Seattle that the army corps of Engi neers plans to dredge the Willa a Bay shipping Channel in the same location this summer As in the previous Summers Ira Mit Chell president of the Cape Shoal water Toke Point anti Ero Sion project said. The. Corps dredge was sched it. Rainier work near Portland a the Bureau of Public roads called for bids monday on Road improve ment projects in it. Rainier and olympic National Parks. Bids will be opened aug. 8 on reconstruction surfacing and paving stretches along 21 Miles of the Nisqually Entrance to it. Rainier National Park and on connections to inspiration Point and Paradise inn. The Bureau also called for bids on reconstruction of 5.3 Miles of the heart 0 the Hills Road Between. Port Angeles and olympic National Park. Deadline listed Tenino july 25 is the deadline for acceptance of applications for appointment Aste Nino postmaster prior to civil service examinations. Competitors for the Post it was pointed out must have h4 years of Prience with education above the High school level being substituted for nine months of experience showing they have the ability to manage the office efficiently and supervise employees so customers Are Satis fled with the service. The Post master s salary is a year. Used to Start working on the Willapa Channel monday Mit Chell said he was informed. He said immediate Steps were taken to try to obtain a temporary dredging and that the project is investigating every Angle pos sible to Block the corps action. Mayor criticized Kelso Kelso mayor Don Talley s statements about the progressiveness of the City were challenged Friday by Groyer Phillips chairman of the Citi Zens committee for the City manager plan. Talley was quoted thursday As saying the City is getting started on a Street program get ting a Park system started and is critical of having outsiders be coming influential in City government. If he Talley was talking about the Park program i pre sume he was talking about Tarn 0 Shanter Park because it s the Only one we Phillips said. Water plans aired Castle Rock a report on a committee meeting with a Farmers Home administration representative was reported to the Castle Rock town Council at a meeting last week. Mayor Mary Louise Shannon said the Cha would loan the town for Purchase of a water system. The interest rate would be 4v4 per cent Over a 40 year period. The minimum rate for 750 cubic feet of water would be payday work starts Hoquiam members of the Hoquiam loggers payday com Mittee converged on olympic stadium Early saturday to begin work on the installation of a new Drain pipe system for the stadium. The project is a cooperative Effort Between the committee and the City. In return for re placing the old wooden Drain pipe at the stadium which was Laid in the 1930 s when the stadium was constructed by spa Crews loggers payday inc., will received free rental of the stadium for several years. The stadium is the site of the annual loggers payday show. This year s show is set for sept. Exclusive through this paper East our off Rael lightning out of Israel is the Fursland probably fhe Best of the hard Back books on the Middle East War. It is big colourful impressive by inches 160 pages with More than a Hundred photos about a third in full never be fore published. It tells the full Story of the six Day War and the events leading up to not just in terms of Mill tary movements and air strikes but through the eyes of men and women actually involved fighters or civilians. A team of famed byline correspondents of the associated press world s largest news gathering organization has done a superlative writing Job on it and through this newspaper the Book costs Only to Reserve your copy tin out and return Coupon with Check right away. Order Coupon Type or print plainly to lightning the daily chronicle Centralia Chehalis Wash Box 66, Poughkeepsie . 12601 copies of lightning sales tax it sine cents on a order and must be added to Purchase Price. Name Street address Send me As soon As available out of Israel. Enclosed is City state zip congolese to pursue mutineers the Congo s government Nade preparations today to Lunt Down its mutinous White mercenaries with paratroopers aided by foreign african pilots and . Air Force transports. Reliable sources said 150 con 5otese paratroopers trained by Israel were flown in american Crisos to Kisangani formerly Stanleyville the northeastern Ity from which the Mercena ies and rebellious Katanga troops fled july 13. The sources said Ghana has sent three pilots to Fly the con go s t28 propeller driven fight hrs and president Joseph to Dutu s government has asked Ghana to lend it two Jet fighters and seven More pilots Mobutu also is expecting help from the ethiopian air Force. The mutineers reportedly have retreated to the Plantation of their belgian Leader maj. Jean Schramm in a tropical rain Forest 155 Miles Southeast of Kisangani. They Are estimated to include 50 to 180 Whites and 200 to 800 Kala Gans. The rebellion began july 5 after Moise Tshombe the exiled to Premier and Katanga Lead a was kidnapped in a hijacked Lane to Algiers and the Congo Ese government asked for his extradition so it could execute Lim. The Mutiny collapsed when he mercenaries opposed by Oyal congolese troops and receiving Little support from White settlers withdrew from Kisan Gani and Bukavu another provincial capital on the Congo s astern Border. Congolese troops went on a rampage of looting and random thing after they reoccupied All of Kisangani and the City was still without Normal communications with the rest of the con go monday. In Bukavu where returning congolese soldiers raped and tilled europeans in an anti White frenzy some residents were still barricaded in their Homes. Racial feelings were subsiding however and food stocks were again ample. T. Frank Crigler the . Consul at Bukavu said he had Ost Contact with about 30 americans living in the Interior As far As 300 Miles from Bukavu. Mast Are missionaries and their families. Congolese authorities have grounded a plane used to Supply them. Sen. Long questioned Washington a sen Edward v. Long faced the sen ate ethics committee on charges he misused a wiretapping probe in a bid to help teamsters Union president James r. Hoffa. After a three hour closed ses Sion monday chairman John Wrennis d-miss., said the ethics panel has t formed any conclusions. He indicated another interview was in the offing but mentioned no Date. Long a Missouri Democrat said he volunteered to appear before the bipartisan committee and planned to answer the charges against levelled by life Magazine in its May 26 the first oppor life said Long used his sub committee s investigation in an attempt to keep Hoffa out of Jai and later to try to reverse the Union Leader s conviction. Hoffa convicted of jury tampering based his Appeal on grounds that evidence against him was obtained through illegal wire tapping. Snowdon flies High London a lord Snow Don husband of Princess mar Garet is an enthusiastic recruit to the ranks of High flying water Kite skiers. He soared 70 Fec to and Maine airborne 10 minutes during his initial attempt at a water ski club West of London Friday. It is one of the most exhilarating experiences i can re lord Snowdon 37 said after the flight. I recommend it to anyone who likes to live a coupons should be mailed to the Poughkeepsie . And not to the Dally chronicle almost Uoo wort Sloan did it Union station in Little Rock Ark. Sunday morning when text eaglet of Missouri Pacific honoured a machinists so riot that stopped trains All Over the country. Rail Ofil Cinalt moved the stranded passengers by bus. A wire photo it s your business local Swine growers were-re-1 minded tuesday that keeping ogs Cool this summer will pro uce More cold Cash when they re marketed this fall. Elden Andy Andrews area Extension agent advised that hogs gain faster and need Ess feed per Pound of gain. Joe b. Johnson Washington Tate University Extension restock specialist reports that recent studies show dogs gain title or no weight at temper a urls above 90 degrees. At 60 degrees the studies How 400 pounds of feed will reduce 100 Pound of gain on a Market weight hog. At 85 de Rees it takes 1200 pounds of eed to produce 100 pounds of lain. Johnson says hogs remain fairly comfortable at summer Ime temperatures that do not of above 75 degrees. When the Mercury Heads higher hogs Are Likely to have difficulty breath according to Austin t. Cush Man director and former Board chairman of Sears Roebuck and company retail business in the ast half of 1967 will Rise about 5 per cent Over last years lev Els after a 2 per cent gain in he first half reports daily news record. Keeping my fingers crossed about International developments in the months says Cushman i will even venture to predict an excellent Christmas there will probably not be a Strong resurgence of demand for automobiles and big ticket household durables this year in adds but sales of these items should compare More favourably with those of last year. In the local area National Bank is using its computers to help customers mind Mieir own the new service called Money has been announced by Eldon Wiggs manager of the Centralia it re ports of income and expense records on a monthly basis. Sea first s computer pipe Are a detailed income and expense distribution report from punched cards containing coded info convicts testify mation from a customer s Check and Deposit slips. Or. And mrs. Tom Zimmer Man owners of the coast to coast store in Centralia have returned from the organization s fall and Winter regional meeting in Portland july 2-3. Group discussions emphasized new lines and new items and Many items of fall and Winter merchandise were shown. About other coast to coast store owners and their wives also attended the meeting. Robert e. Lund Chehalis has just been accepted As a Mem Ber of the National Institute of farm and land brokers its president John l. Currell has announced. Members of the Institute adhere to High ethical stands regarding buying sell ing managing appraising or developing agricultural property for others. Lyn Hansen manager of the Chehalis music co. Has returned from Chicago where he at tended the g6th annual music show the biggest event of the year for the music Industry. The latest in musical instruments and Home entertainment products was displayed on 19 floors of the. Conrad Hilton hotel. Sponsors of the event is the National association of Musi merchants. Dealers of Musi stores in the 50 Stales and 20 for eign countries attended. The deals inspected the newes lines of music merchandise which will appear in stores Thi fall and during the Christina season. Hansen reports business is excellent at his own Stori not Only because of the continued Rock and Roll Boom wit guitar sales setting sales rec ords but also because playing musical instrument is in wit the younger generation. The official groundbreaking of Panorama City s new Lodge was held sunday after noon on the grounds of the 8, acre retirement Community Nea Olympia. Lucille Lulu won first priz for her crazy Days costume which was judged Friday after noon by Clarence Hull Job Alexander and Gordon Jone she is employed by j. C. Peney co. In Chehalis. Secon prize went to the Ben Frankl staff and third prize to Hele Woodward who is employee by Sears Roebuck and co. Sea won. The. Title of. Best store participation in the Chehalis even cellmate set fatal prison fire Milton Fla. A convicts under Shotgun guard have testified that three cellmate deliberately set the prison fire that burned 37 inmates to death. Among those who died were the three accused of setting the Blaze. As the formal inquest into the sunday night fire at state Pris on Road Camp 12 at Jay Fla., started in Santa Rosa county courthouse 22 bodies sacked in Olive drab body bags Lay out Side the old county jail awaiting positive identification. The Coroner s inquest will decide if criminal negligence or homicide was involved in the tragedy. On the table before county judge Mahlon Mccall monday were the prison files of All 51 men who had been in the locked and barred Barracks 12. Of the 51, eight were in the county jail unharmed six were in hospitals with Burns and 37 had perished. The convicts testified that it was about six minutes after the fire started before guard a. 0. Lovett unlocked the barred Cage door and a solid wooden door to let them flee. Lovett took the stand and testified that a smashing shouting disturbance broke out first and he ran to toss the keys Over a High barbed wire Fence to guard Richard e. Cobb who used them to unlock the prison arse Nal. We had to get longer Lovett said. When he saw the fire and re turned Lovett said i made four passes before i could open the door. It was so hat i had trouble convict Roy g. Regan 26, said i heard the screaming. That s when i looked up and saw the whole Wall was afire and it started to Roll Down the ceiling at Regan and the other prisoner witnesses some of whom came to court shirtless others with t shirts marked by Ash and smoke called the names of the three men who they said1 turned the 40-by 90-foot wooden bar Racks into a funeral pyre. The Trio who allegedly set the tragic Blaze was identified to the Coroner s jury As Joseph Earl Wynder a negro and Thomas e. Ard and Earl Evans both White men. All were from the Pensacola area. Wynder was sentenced to prison from Calhoun county for grand larceny and burglary. Information on convictions of Ard and Evans was not immediately available. The convict witnesses said Wynder Ard and Evans used newspapers and toilet tissue to Start their fires after a Televik Good Cannery j open 6 Days weekly Mon. Thru Fri. 8 to 4 sat. 8 to 2 1409 so. Gold Centralia pm. 736-4324 Sion set and fluorescent i were smashed. But Lovett said the Resen ment began when a pornographic Book was confiscated fro Ard. Lovett 49, who has been prison guard for a year the burning building and Herd five frightened men outside. 1 was burned in the Rescue b not severely. Macaroni salads zoom in pc polarity now. Here s an esp scially easy and flavorful on Combine 1 cup cubed Bologn with 2 Tablespoons Mayonnaise and 1 Teaspoon prepared my Tard lightly mix in 1 can ounces Macaroni with Chees sauce and m cup chopped Gree Pepper chill. Serve on Cris salad greens. Makes 4 serving keep hogs Cool for More profit ing and to show interest in eat ing Only Early in the morning and after Sundown. Research by the . Depart ment of agriculture indicates that an effective Way of keeping pigs Cool is to install a Shower or sprinkler where the pigs can move in and out of it at will. A pin Point nozzle using As Little As 214 Gallons of water per hour will Supply a Fine Mist sufficient to keep a pen of 6 to 10 pigs comfortably Cool All Day. Researchers found that a Cooling Spray is an especially Good management practice to use with pigs raised on Concrete. The Spray cools the Concrete As Well As the pigs. A sprinkler can be used for pigs on pasture As Well. A por table sprinkler moved from one part of a Field to another on successive Days will avoid development of mud holes. The sprinklers Are recommended Only at temperatures above 75 degrees Johnson adds. Oakview grangers get reports on state meet convention reports on the state meet held in the twin cities last month were the main order of business at the july 6 meeting of the Oakview Grange. During the meeting the Grange charter was draped in memory of mrs. Ray Dickey who died recently. According to Earl Clark Mas ter and official Delegate of the Grange the state Grange ses Sion was a Busy time for Many of Oakview s members. They assisted in degree work Tableaux music and installation of officers. They acted on various committees and five members who Are nurses served in the first Aid room. Acting As marching candidates were Robin Lowery in the 6th degree and Phyliss Fortier Gary Grauman Tom and Gary Conner in the 4th degree. The youth group prepared an entry for the Parade and a team entered the Bowling Competition Twenty four members received the 6lh degree at the session. Or. Clark reported that de Mitchell received a transistor radio for securing 25 new Mem Bers for the Grange and that was awarded to the Grange for the first place history prepared by mrs. Alton Colvin reunion scheduled Tenino the Tenino vet Erans of foreign wars Post is sponsoring a Tenino Bucoda Mendota reunion dance on july 24 at the Bucoda gymnasium. The women s auxiliary will serve refreshments the vow s annual picnic has been set for aug. 20 at the Bucoda Park. It will be open to All Post and auxiliary members and their families. Or. P. S. Garnett will resume practice of Medicine july 17, 7947 appointments Only emergencies anytime 748-7701 Che Hahs and mrs. Keith Colvin typist. Other awards include Blue rib Bons to mrs. George Grohs and mrs. William Walter for Needle work Alice Clark for her Hobby collection of Washington Trees and to mrs. Earl Clark and mrs. Alton Colvin for their lecturer s scrapbooks. Mrs. Clark also received an achievement bar for 1966. In addition to convention re ports thursday s meeting included a discussion on a Booth for the coming Southwest Washington fair and announcement of the Pomona picnic to be held at Alexander Park on sunday july 16. For your insurance Call Ernie Douglas res. 736-4029 office 736-7627 y the tides of Fortune try not Apt to sweep your financial Security away when you have adequate insurance. Let us help you make sure your Home and business Are secure. See us this week. S. Tower Centralia office 73i-7627 fire Auto casualty surety do you Wear a hearing Aid Mew Low Battery prices effective May i 1967 Here s Why we do the Best for example Mercury batteries e67je or rm675h 1.4 Volt e575e or rm575h 1.4 e312e or rmj15h 1.4 volts e625e or rm625h volts ms13h or sue 1.5 volts m312h 1.5 volts 6 for Eure or Ruoh 1.4 volts for e401e or rm401h 1.4 volts 6 for e152e or tr152h 4 for e400e or rm400h 1.4 volts Silver batteries t for ms47sh or 1.5 volts for s41e or ms41h 1. Volts 4 for 51 a 2 for 2 for t for for for if you Don t see your Battery listed Here Call and Well order it for you at the Best Price. David Wilder Aid specialist repairs All makes cords most makes holds All makes Telephone orders of course Call 748-7391 twin City hearing Aid Center "6 years in Chehalis 866 Market Street Chehalis Between House of values and Cooke s jewelry hours 9 to 5 six Days a week

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