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Daily Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Centralia, Washington Washington ail chronicle to carts May 963 10 pages 77nd 119 morning Sunshine familiar Earl morning bait court Priit ranges of Lewis coun Whilt closeup valleys an Sharp in Tow warm morning Sun photo was taken girly monday at Richard Bickford Home of Centralia and looks Wist Ovar despite fairly foliage on trios is unusually dark and heavy Etc also of wit chronicle staff photo Satin cases nixed Washington a the supreme court overturned Toda the convictions of Satin Demon Siratirs in five major the cases were from Durham new Greenville and two cases from Birm the courts action was Dis closed with the release of an Opin Ion by Justice Harlan in which he concurred in part and dissent cd in part with the majority it was net known immediately who delivered the majority Opin presumably it was chief jus Tice since he released an opinion in therase from Green in the Greenville Case warred declared when a state Agency passes a Law compelling persons to discriminate again other persons because of race and the states criminal processes arc employed in a Way which enforces the discrimination Man dated by that such a palpable the 14th amendment cannot be saved by attempting to separate the mental urges of the Kennewick said Calm Kennewick Organ Izer of a demonstration against racial discrimination Here says it served our purpose and mayor Lawrence Scott says it proved that Kennewick is no the two voiced their reactions after an estimated 80 negro and White persons paraded through town As a crowd of several Hun dred persons watched mostly in silence Jack Pacific Northwest president of the Nat ional association for the Advance ment of coloured said i feel this has served our Pur of demonstrating Freedom of sympathy with the Strug being carried on in the the May supreme court decision on Inte of and protesting against the Allwhite City of Ken t late news bulletins Tacoma w some signatures have been collected is far on referendum the inti gambling Homer referendum said w Board of education ordered to Day the expulsion or suspension of negro pupils in ant segregation a negro Leader immediately threatened a mass school boy i cuban exiles formed a Central organisation today to wage War on the communist regime of prime minister Fidel summer Sun shuts Down logging summer weather exploded for Lewis county communities Over mixing suntan sprinklers and outdoor fun with a Dawn dusk Rush on farm work and fast moving Woods clo sures to protect against Forest fir it was a warm 88 degrees Sun the warmest so far this the official Reading was at the weather station kept by a drying cast wind closed log Ging operations Eastern Lewis county monday Wayne Chehalis District administrator of the department of a ural announced the closure will remain in effect until at least Midnight the Early Forest closure was prompted by High temperatures Over the Johnson reported the humidity Reading in the dangerous 16 percent and the fuel moisture in the Woods was a tinder dry 9 the closure affects All logging operations in the East county Woods operation in the West Lew is including peer and were not affected by the a combination of High temperatures and a drying East wind resulted in the for twin City the weekend was suntan and Sprink Ler the hot spell started Friday with a High of 79 de on the Mercury climbed to 87 sundays High was a warm 88 the Forest closure also affects portions of Colwitz and Clark counties in Southwest no Hoot owl operations will be Johnson said the closure is one of the earliest in recent Lucas Creek area dropped to a he added monday was rat once cd As an extremely hazardous Day for fire his Che Halis District office received no fire Calls Over the areas closed Down in Lewis county included Winston Cinebar and the Green Mountain Johnson reminded operators with culling permits that his of fice will Post closure signs on landings and Road logging still in operation in no closed areas were also re minded to leave a watchman at the Sites for at least two hours after the last machine is shut the High Reading sunday was Well above the 68degree High for May registered last a Simi Lar High of 88 was recorded in i the twi City forecasts Call for continued warm weather through wednes Day i Southwest unions resume talks Washington a the railroads and five operating in on resumed bargaining today in heir Long fight Over work they met at the urgent request president held comment As they started their closed saying they would wait until after the Early if no agreement is reached be i fore june Only new legislation negotiators for both sides with providing for either compulsory Forest Camp youth is Park drowning victim fair fair High 8590 Low Complete weather on a swimming party for a group f Young firefighters from Cedar reek Forest Camp near Roches or sunday afternoon ended in tragedy when one of the lean drowned at Alexnder Park in son of and red Willson of had been n fire standby during the past Eek and had helped in halting be sunday the Crews to Thomas Camp superintendent said and the oys were Given permission to go to pointed out that the Camp tool was out of order and the Park deep where the boys usually go when away from the amp is closed due to wind storm it was decided go to Mehalis for the Girard said several of the boys eard Willson Call for but e was gone by the time they ent to the Chehalis fire apartments resuscitator squad As called at Adna opens bids Friday Adna Adna school directors ill hold a special meeting at s to open bids on a gym remodelling superintendent Robert Eastman As school District patrons approx 1 the work in a special schoo my election last on the Lewis county treasurer will open bids on the Sale of general 7 obligation Bonds for the Eastman pointed with the disposition of the school Bonds and securing of a construction the school work is to be done through the summer ski divers Don Callan and Hugh Buchholz recovered the body at it was found in about 12 feet of water some 15 feet from where the youth jumped into the Girard said it was their belief that who was a Good swim suffered a Stan Chehalis Park us said monday morn ing that Alexander Park is still closed for the Winter and is not scheduled to reopen for the sum Mer until May he said he was attempting to gain information on the swimming party because there is a Large sign at the Park stating it is closed and that there is to be Hedwall said that during the summer months a lifeguard is on arbitration or government seizure of the railroads can Block a nationwide rail a Threeman emergency Board provided the basis for new negotiations in a report to the presi Dent last in making the report said there is no time to be lost for completing agreement in this critical dispute the ultimate dependence must be upon their own the key Issue in the Battle Over what the railroads Call Feather bedding is the Fate of fire men on freight and Yard a presidential commission last year proposed that the jobs of these firemen be Low seniority men being Dis missed immediately and the other jobs being eliminated As men retire die or move to other the emergency Board proposed last week that Only those firemen who work part time and who have been hired since the earlier re port be dismissed the Union can protest the elimination of a Job and must be pre pared to prove that loss of the firemen will create a safety Haz Ard or an undue Burden on an other Trade blocs agree Geneva european common Market countries agreed today to american demands Foi across Leboard Tariff this apparent reversal of position was aimed at ending the deadlock be tween the worlds two greatest trading but at the same time the six european countries demanded that in return the United states agree to an automatic formula for adjusting gaps Between High american tariffs and lower european w o s t German economics min Isler Ludwig Erhard claimed Cre Dit for the new which he said he thought would end the deadlock with the United French finance minister Valery Giscard is string said its for the americans to the full session of the 73nation general agreement on tariffs and trades conference marked Lime while the common marketers and the americans cockeyed for Posi chairman Hans Schaffner of Switzerland called off an after noon meeting but agreed to pre Side at a special evening session of the disputing dynamite theft told a authorities Are investigating the theft of a Large amount of Dyna mite several Days before twin blasts touched off negro rioting in this City and threw Sparks of racial unrest All Over the two cases of dynamite were stolen from a storage House prior to the May 11 bombings of a negro House and a sheriff Mel Vin Bailey disclosed nor that would be 100 its frightening said there is plenty of Loose dynamite in this an uneasy Calm prevailed Dur ing the nearly Law enforcement officers were Avail Able for duty and potential Trou ble areas were under heavy a about Federal called up by president Kennedy for possible use in were on standby at two Alabama George who has sent about 700 state officers into the filed suit saturday in an Effort to Block any use of the Federal swimmers Are warned Lewis county sheriff Amondson criticized parents and others who allow or participle in swimming parties in gravel pits and River holes without life cards and proper he said with the arrival of sum Mer weather and with neither Cen Iralia or Chehalis City swimming Wols open to the the Dan or of drownings increases Many Over As youngsters and adults alike swim in unsafe a the Chehalis Community Pool is to open May 30 and the Centralia owl opening is set for june Amondson said if it is Neces sary to swim in lakes and lifeguard should always be pres ent and the water should be checked for obstacles that might trap or injure Busy Farmers May not find time to vote on wheat Issue tuesday summer like weather currently warming the Northwest poses a Strong threat for tues Days vote in Lewis county on the proposed nationwide wheat refer de office Man Ager for the agricultural stabilization and conservation said he explained that the weeks behind due to recent poor Are working in their Fields from Dawn to dusk and the feeling is Ilia they wont Lake the Law requires that when wheat growers disapprove marketing quotas the Price support be set at 50 percent of on a National average and figuring cur rent prices of wheat that would be about a i said that even if the referendum fails wheat growers would be required to Plant within their 1964 allotments in order to be Eli Gible for lower Price one of the most important results would be hat no wheat certify time out to vote in i catch in help according to the officials no the Ijo Oul wheat ass county the Rel Cryn Dum will have far reaching implications regardless which Way the vote county ass chairman Pratt said if the program is cd of the first results will be lower Price supports for if the wheat marketing quota program is wheat in come will be about the same As in one big the officials is the two Price level of support for most of the wheat produced will be supported at a National average Price of a this rate of Price bup porn will apply to 80 percent of the Normal production of each farms wheat in of crop Hie certificate will to an important in come insurance Farmers whose wheat crop is a failure or near failure and who have planted at least 80 per cell of their allot ment will receive the certificates for the same number of bushels they would have with a Normal Pratt said diversion pay ments arc available regardless of the number of of wheat both payments Are Only available to Tomse individuals who Sun up to participate in the wheat stabilization there Are 221 wheat in Lewis county who Are eligible to vote and wives Are also voting hours Are from 8 to at Chehalis Post Star guide is shown astronaut Gordon Cooper is shown Hara explain world sunday at news conference in Cocoa ing the use of a Star a navigational a wire photo As he discussed his Merbit whirl around Gordo Cooper takes Days rest before return to confetti Road Cape we with two Days of questions and confetti behind astronaut Gordon Cooper planned to do absolutely nothing today except thais something that comes easy to a Man who can doze off while perched atop a rocket set to Blasl him into asked at a news conference sunday u he thought his flight concluded project Coop or replied that it was his personal opinion that great gain would come from an extended Mercury then he tossed the question to Robert associate administrator of the National aeronautics and space adm Nistra we Are laced with a decision in the next week or so on another Mercury sea inns but said it is quite unlikely an other Mercury manned Mission will be the longer you keep Mercury personnel working on Mercury the longer you delay put Ting them on the gemini pro he tuesday the laconic oklahoman with the muck film Grin will receive the National acrobat us and space administrations distinguished service medal from presi Dent Kennedy Al a ceremony in the White House Rose then he will address a joint ses Sion of and the follow ing Day will go to new York for a ticker Lupe today Cooper plans Only to rest from the one predictable after of space tale whirlwind world tour new study in contrast Cape a astronaut Gordon Coopers space Lale of his whirlwind world tour is a study in contrasts he saw the Bambo curtained heart of red he nearly saw his own hidden by in he saw things As colossal As the and things As puny As houses in a a to awoke startled from his space forgetting for a moment where he yet he had the greatest presence of mind in flying his spacecraft Back to Earth through the roasting and danger Ous moments of but somehow in the idling at sundays news in Coopers own relaxed and Light in All seemed to come out the the first signal of trouble with is automatic Pilot was the Flash ing Green of a warning i thought maybe at first id just ignore but i decided May 3e i better he i was afraid it go i found that the reentry into the earths denser atmosphere was easier on the first portion Han what we had been practising precincts Are studied population shifts Are building up registrations that Are too Large or some of he county voting auditor role Jet Vene Mon told Lewis county commissioners monday in reporting lie is completing a study of precinct Venemon that considering the county has 105 there Are not too Many the auditor told county Heads state Law indicates thai when rur in precincts exceed 300 they should in broken and he said the county now has seven precincts aver that he listed them s 419 Par 340 Fords Prairie 321 big 3b7 East and with Al the same the auditor said there Are three precincts with 50 or less they Are har 44 and he said he May recommend Harmony and Tilton be nil Tinl which tracs a i Chyl is it Ennemon said that any Achin on most of the excess sized precincts will Pend completion of registration on the basis that some will show the general aim will be to keep Large precincts Down to 250 or in procedures Trainer with the everything went very Well on with the Calm diagnostic tones of an lie measured the preciseness of each element of his occasionally his humor caught the one chore aboard was to trans Fer to separate containers urine samples collected at various stages of the flight for later it would he to have larger fittings on the Iran Fer it took half an orbit something like 45 minutes to Complete one pumping his fellow sitting to one led the news conference audience in to boost school vote every Home in the Chehalis school District is to be told the facts of the special school elec Tion next election Campaign leaders announced disclosing special promotion plans for House House Calls were completed last the tuesday District wide elec Tion Calls for approval of a 000 Bond Issue for classroom additions at the West High plus a oneyear Mill Levy to raise for badly needed restroom repairs and furnishing replacements at the cos Cade and Bennett Elemen tary three key committee chairmen Are Gordon Tom Hamp son and Campaign leaders said addition Al committee members will be named defenders lose fight api the army and air Korce say new ced uves for Battlefield reconnaissance were tested during exercise Coulee the War games which ended saturday on a million acres of Central a final communique did nol elaborate in the new hut the Leamui and the pined will yield last reacting strike command forces for future the Maneu vers began May Blue forces were from the 4th in Fantry division at and red forces from the 5th infantry division car feet of his 34hour cosmic Advent Onrush of adulation from an admiring his Lulu so taste of it was Homey and Heartfelt Welcome by the people of Cocoa Beach who turned out sunday along a 5vi Nile stretch of Sun drenched High Way and waved flags and Bunting and Beach towels and hollered Well it was one of the largest crowds Ever assembled in this Neon Light de Sand spit which the astronaut Call their Home away from tire astronaut accepted tha plaudits from an open waving and grinning his now famous beside him was hug two cars behind were Iligir and smiling in teenage the Parade ended at a Beach front Motel where the girls sat demurely and listened to their father describe his 22orblt space flight for the Benefit of the 700 newsmen who had watched him blast off four Days in his Cooper orbit by How he performed his various made photo graphs of celestial Phenomena and much As any other sightseer presented with a spectacular View took snapshots of the magnificent he told How he was Able to see minute detail on the ground than 100 Miles boat and its Wake in a River trucks on a Highway smoke Curling from the chimneys of tibetan pilots said unhurt South Korea a the North koreans agreed Toda to meet wednesday with the United Gallons command to Dis cams return of two american Heli copter pilots forced Down behind communist the reds had refused earlier requests from Guy Meloy for the the two Ben and Charleton were shelled and forced Down Friday when their h23 Heli copter crossed the Han River is this is the Western bound Ary of the 155mile Long armistice demarcation Kenneth nor said he telephoned the airmen wives saturday and re ported their husbands were apparently Snow slide hits party Seattle api a Snow slide swept Down onto a party of four Mountain climbers kill ing one Man and seriously injuring the party was on ils Way Down Lundin Peak near Snoqualmie Summit and had paused near a Rocky outcropping to eat we were picking up to go when we saw a Snow slide that didst look very thick racing Down the said James bar a Seattle i reached Lor my ice a and it hit me and swept me off my i didst hear i though am i the Only one left and Ihen i heard someone moaning it Musl have been Kobert Iasar a radio operator for the state patrol in de died at the scene despite first Aid by the two other Mem Bers of the Asp and Ann Anton in Atli of went Lor bar wis by an air Force lie had a broken left ankle and i didst really know Bob Rasar but the others had climbed with him Barnett Mol in Seattle and drove to the we Milit have been on tin Trail by 8

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