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Daily Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Centralia, WashingtonStorm hits Northwest by the associated press rain and Snow buffeted Northwest Over the weekend and took four lives possibly six in British Columbia. The storm Dis masted a Yasul off the Oregon coast leaving the 47-foot helplessly in heavy seas. There were five persons aboard including retired . Rubin Wagstaff. R seas died Down near Midnight sunday As a 50-foot coast guard Lifeboat reached the scene. The coast guardsmen reported the five men aboard were All right and it was towing the yawl to ably to Coos Bay about 12 Miles Southeast. Western Washington received a fall of Snow rang ing up to seven inches at Olympia. The precipitation turned to rain East of the Cascade mountains. Wind and Snow snapped wires throughout Western Washington causing numerous interruptions of Tele hone and electric service. In Force is attacked Leopold Ville the Congo congolese of col. Joseph Mobutu launched a heavy attack tonight on United nations troops guarding the residence of the Ghana charge d affaires Nathaniel Welbeck who has defied an order to leave the Congo. An unconfirmed report from in Side the besieged residence said seven defenders were killed and seven other injured in the first hour of the fighting. The residence was held by tunisian soldiers and Ghana riot police. There was no indication of casualties on the congolese Side. Fifty minutes after he firing broke Oul about so tunisian sol Diers in tracks and jeeps rushed to the scene from their Barracks and started a move to surround the congolese attackers. The congolese converged on Wulbeck s residence after he re fused to Bow to col. Joseph Mobutu s order expelling him from the country. Mobutu accused Welbeck of try ing to Engineer the return to Power it deposed Premier Patrice Lumumba. The firing broke Mil suddenly Atler a tense three hours of Wail ing during which Blixie Holme cd tunisian soldiers manned positions lace to face with congolese infantrymen. Machine guns on trucks and four armoured cars backed the congolese Force estimated at More than 300 men. Mobutu himself was reported near the congolese ring of Secl surrounding the residence an hour before the shooting started gop chief is elected Spokane a forty re publican House legislators pledging cooperation on All mailers of importance to he choose Daniel j. Evans Seattle sunday As minority Leader for the 18g1 legislature. Damon r. Canfield Granger was named assistant floor Leader and Thomas a Copland Walla Walla Republican whip. The selections were made Here at a gop House organizational caucus with Don Eldridge mount Vernon As chairman. Other appointments included committee on committees Alfred 0. Adams Spokane chair Man Lincoln e. Shropshire Yak Ima Ralph l. Rickdall burling ton Elmer c. Gladys Kirk Seattle and Evans patronage committee Harry a. Slier Randle chairman dec Morrissey Yakima Slade Gorton Seattle Edward f. Harris Spokane and Copland. Evans said the republicans outnumbered in the House 59-40 will cooperate with the Democrat. In the coming session on All mat lers of importance to the slate., but we will constantly strive to Ward legislation As advocated by the Republican the a Cal House Republican Cau Cus will be in Olympia Jan. 8 democrats will hold their Hohs organizational caucus in olympic dec. At a meeting in Spokane Sai sinday Senate republicans name Perry we Dali Toppenish a Senate minority Leader. John h. Happy Spokane a. Scle cled As caucus chairman an Charles Moriariy Seattle name caucus Secretary. The names of four republics senators will be selected for consideration As members of in rules committee on which Knpp and William Shannon Seattle now serve. Rain Hain and Windy tuesday with rain heavy at times. High tuesday 38-44 Low 25-35. Complete weal Hor 01 Page 7, fixed rain and Snow was re diced for monday. The dead in British Columbia Ere John Taylor 48, North Vancou or. A huge wave overturned his oat on Harrison Lake 30 Miles is of Vancouver and he Row cd. George is. Dibblee 32, who owned when his car top boat vamped in Tofino Inlet on the Cost coast of. Vancouver Island e was Hunting geese. Charles Fletcher and his son Han 13, of Richmond b. C., lied when a tree was blown onto Leir car on a Highway near Van of Var. Another father and son were listing they were Bernard Stan y Bingley 49, and Bernard eing y jr., 23, both of Vancouver heir 10-foot pull which they used in Duck Hunting was recovered i Slevc Ston near Vancouver. The deaths occurred saturday. In southwestern Washington continuing rain saturday caused he week s second landslide at Acoma City Light s Mayfie lil Masile on the cow Liz River in Juth Western Washington Edward Seigren resident Engi Eer for the Utility., said two pen Ocks were displaced slightly. He Aid there was about cubic ads of Earth in the slide making about a Lenth the size of one hich occurred last monday. The weather Bureau shirt the Chehalis River might spill Over its Anks monday but streams amp Ying into puget sound were cd eco Cal to remain below flood age. A Callic had a Little More than a inches of rain in a 24-hour period. The Aberdeen Hoquiam Ca had almost three inches. Wind of 75 Miles an hour was ported saturday in Prince Eorge b. C., but the storm there and subsided late sunday. Two persons were injured Sun a in Oregon when a tree crashed i an automobile near Otis North i the coastal Community of new Ort. Roger killer 30, the Driver Ndoc Rwena surgery for internal in iries at a Newport Hospital Cheser still 50, was also hospitalized Iller s wife Olive and their son escaped injury. The storm smashed buildings and knocked out communications i a number of Oregon coastal owns. Big wave hits Peru Lima Peru a a tidal wave Over Peru s Northern coastal Plain sunday sweeping Asar As a Quarter mile Inland in ome spots. Two persons were ill cd and nine listed As missing. First warnings of the wave ame from severe Earlh shocks Ial gave off loud underground rises. The rising Waves could be Eon several Miles offshore. Thus Iler cd residents of coastal towns n Lam Baychuc province fled Lough ground cutting the casually Oil. Dispatches from the provincial capital of Chiclayo a 650 Miles Lorah of Lima said refugee lad arrived there from the fishing tort of Pimentel. At the sugar port of Eten hundreds spent the night outdoors and Hen fled Inland to Chiclayo for ear the shocks would re sume. The Waves swept across the caches carrying Small fishing boats and Hills with hem. Among the missing were four Lisheron. Chiclayo province is compose mostly of desert and coastal Plain where sugar and Rice Are grown the Waves battered the sea ports of Pimentel Calcas san Hosa san Jose and Eten. A in and 61 Small Craft capsized. Earthquakes and tidal wave arc not uncommon on he Westeri coast of South America part o the ring of fire thai sure Che around the rim of the Pacific Ocean. Good Home life we re proud what s Colic our american by How Good is it of Iii in Erncr lakes n Sharp look in Howard Whitman in the Spe tin daily chronicle new frontiers in liv1nc there s room for plenty first nid in America s family ii picture. It s Oit Page 13 today. Len Trolio Chehalis Washington monday nov. 21, 1960 18 pakes 69th year no 276 after sentencing Tony Accardo reputed head of he Syndicate founded by Al Capono had this expression after be no sentenced to six years in prison and Fine on income tax evasion conviction in Chicago 111. He posted Appeal Bond after sentencing and left still enjoying reputation of never having spent a night in jail. A w1rephoto puppets unmasked Raul Castro hits . Ship action Havana armed Peoples of latin America that it orces minister Raul Castro says resident Eisenhower s dispatch . Warships to the Caribbean criminal and unmasks United tales puppets in Central Ameri Bui the younger brother of rime minister Fidel Castro in an angry speech sunday refrained Nom rattling soviet rockets As a Mireal to she United Stales. The Mission was in line with a trend noted recently in speeches by her top figures in the Castrp regime. The softer tone Lent weight to speculation that Moscow had urged Castro to take the soviet Nion out of the cuban revolt on s front incs to preserve other Oviet Irons in latin America Scmier Khrushchev himself said recently his rocket offer to defend Una was the younger Castro told his a Dince of pc oleum workers lat Eisenhower s order of last Veek made in response to re tests by Guatemala and Nica Agua represented a warning by Yankee imperialism to All the is not going to permit cuban style Castro said Cuba supports coun tries in revolt in latin America but he denied that Cuba had Given any direct military assistance to rebels in the recent uprisings in Guatemala and Nicaragua. Our Best help to he said is to preserve Iho revolution Here which will he a great contribution to the final liberation of All our Brothers of latin Ameri Castro s speech came Only Hodura after the shooting of a Young . Embassy clerk by a cuban Captain during a scuffle outside a Havana nightclub. Wayne Henderson 22, of Pasa Dena calif., a communications clerk in the embassy was seriously wounded saturday night. Henderson s condition was de scribed As satisfactory after a operation for the remove of the Bullet which entered his body near the hip. Cuban Price said the shooting by capt. Jorge Robreno was Acci dental. Daily chronicle wins election news Praise the daily chronicle monday had received an official letter of com Len Dalion from democratic gov nor Albert d. Rosellini for prep band gets award Centralia High school s March in hand look top honors in the class b music division seat to Santa Claus Parade saturday. For purposes of judging the 33 ands entered in the Parade were divided Inlo three classes by school enrol men. Trophies were awarded in each class or music marching and appearance. Noralia s band and girls Drill earn enter the Parade on an every other year basis. This is the first Lime the band has won the lop prize in the event. The girls Drill team also marched in the Parade. Drill team Cap Ain is Zipha Dorschied. Advis ors Are Arthur Williams and miss Sandra Home. Duane Middlebusher is drum major of the band. Karen gut Schow is majorette. Arthur Wil Liams is band director. Fair and impartial news Cov Crage of the 19go political Campaign. In his letter the governor sail he was expressing gratitude f John b. Edinger editor and pub Lisher and to his staff for the objectivity of your reports durin the recent Campaign. We were treated fairly am with accuracy by you and we appreciate the governo wrote. It is obvious to me in my contacts with individuals that the voters Loday Are Beller informed on he Basic problems and pro Grams of stale he said nothing is More important i Progress of Washington stale than is an in formed Public. Progress depends upon enlightened Public Pope on to London a the British broadcasting corp. Said today it was negotiating with Vatican officials for Pope John Xxiii to appear on its television screens on dec. 1. Ikeda Victor in vote Tokyo w Japan s ro-. Ruling conserva Ives rolled Back to control f parliament today but ailed to get the All out had asked of he nation s voters. The conservatives claim d their Victory was a endorsement of the .-Japan Security pact and other close ties with he West. Their leftist opponents claimed leftist gains proved just the opposite. The nationwide sunday ballot no that returned prime minister Hayato s Liberal democrats conservatives to Power followed he same general pattern of Clec ions in Japan since world War x h showed a conservative majority battling a slowly but Sleadie y increasing leftist minority. A Middle Road Appeal made by he democratic socialist party Ivas crushed As japanese voters repeated their Sharp swing to the right and left. The communists made their jest showing in 10 years in creasing their vote from 2.6 to 2.8 per cent and winning three seals. The vote came against a Back ground of mob scenes in Parlia ment violent demonstrations against the .-Japan Security pact and president Eisenhower s cancelled visit to Japan. While parly leaders played on foreign policy themes during he Campaign regional and Domestic issues and personalities were As always important. With All but one of 4g7 parliamentary seats decided the unofficial count gave this break Down Liberal democrats 296, socialists 145, democratic socialists a communists 3, agrarian 1, inde Pendents 5. The five independents elected arc considered in the conservative Camp. With 06 per cent of the popular vote tabulated the Liberal demo crate had or 57.8 per cell the socialists Foi 27.4 per cent democratic socialists or 8.7 per cell com Muniss for 2.9 per cent minor parties for 0.3 Pei cell and the independents 984 for 2.9 per cent. While the outcome gave iked., and his Liberal democrats a Solic Victory they failed in their announced of boosting thei House strength to 312. That woul have Given them the two third majority needed in the House i carry out Long Range plans to amending t h e Constitution t strengthen the status of the and the emperor. Last month dissolved the old parliament in which his part held 283 seals and asked h voters to return More than 30 Liberal democrats to the Rutin. Lower House. Pickett loses Case the Washington slate supreme court monday had dismissed a Appeal of a Lewis county a from a conviction and jail sen tence stemming from a 1958 unlawful Elk Hunting charge. The defendant is Dave picket of Crego Hill. Lewis county prosecutor John Panesko said he will make apply Calion to the Lewis county Superior court for a Bench Warran to require picked to Complete the 90-Day jail sentence he received ii april of this year. Panesko said the Coniclio Pickett appealed carried a 90 Day county jail sentence with 3c Days suspended and 13 Days Clim rated for time served. Pickett a been at Liberty pending a do Casio on his Appeal. Thanksgiving week Start is chill but traditional Holiday plans underway a chill settled Over the twin cities preparations for the thanksgiving holidays monday. However despite he cold weal her winds Snow and rain the Holiday air was . The annual thanksgiving feast preparations began Early in hundreds of Homes where thursday will be observed in All traditions of he occasion. Both the Centralia and Chehalis ministerial associations will hold Community thanksgiving Day services. In Centralia he Rev. Harvey startling will be the speaker Al . Services Al the first presbyterian Church. The Rev. Clyde Beecher methodist superintend in for Southwest Washington will speak Che Halis services. They Are scheduled for 10 . Al the seventh Day adventist Church. Centralia school children will be dismissed from classes wednesday Al 2 . They will have thursday and Friday of. Cheha Lis schools will also be close thursday and Friday. One highlight will be he Annu Centralia Chehalis football Gam at w. F. West High school Al let Field. Game time is set for Noor ticket.1 for the Conlest can purchased at Willie s sports Shoih c Lewis Clark hotel and it High school in Centralia and a Bartels Saunder s Fountain an the in Chehalis. Stores and City county and be Cral offices will be closed thur Day. Veep elect says . Stands by Ike s policy Johnson in Paris vice president elect Lyndon b. Johnson held a French newspaper sunday in Paris hotel after Al by Jet to participate in the nato parliamentarians conference opening monday. At right is sen. J. W. Fulbright a wire photo via radio from Paris utilities hit Winter Gale Snow Belt Lewis county or. Winter levelled a one two Neh on All of Lewis county Sun a following a rain Laden blow rough most of saturday and in the next morning with a wet snowfall that slowed Auto traffic my made in Lough on. Rural Utility Erricks. The Lewis county Public Utility Oist Ricl said monday morning it figured too customers lost Elco rival service through sunday. All of the Independence area Vas Oul for three hours sunday afternoon. Mineral lost ils Power sunday night and again monday. And in Elbe area of Pierce coun a also served by the Lewis county pud there still was no Power for 250 customers monday morning. Heavy Snow on lines and or Iree limbs that fell onto lines was blamed for the trouble to utilities. Centralia cily Light listed no Power losses. Only major Telephone communication difficulties were reported for Eastern Lawis county. No Calls could be made from the twin cily area to Packwood or Morion monday morning. Some reports said both comm Niles had Snow Falls Laic sunday. There was some concern of River flooding bul Clearing weal Hei at mid morning monday and the fact the Chehalis and Skookum Chuck Rivers appeared cresting 01 near cresting relieved worry. Mon Day morning checks by the Cen Wralia City Engineer s office Lisle at g7.40 feel Between 8 and 9 . Lood stage on the Skookumchuck s 03 feel. The Chehalis River continued rising Al noon but cily engineers said they Bee cd in would Crest shortly. It was measured at ., at 83.71 feet. The Stream s flood stage at Centralia is 61 feet. The sunday Snow was measured in varying Depths Over Lewis pc Ell had a ii Ghl Coy e t Paris vice presi Dent elect Lyndon a John son Drew cheers today As he told legislators from at lactic Alliance countries that the United states stands by president Eisen Hower s Atlantic policies. Johnson said the . Election in no Way was a repudiation of president Eisenhower s support for the instruments of Mutual strength in Western eur the tall Texas senator Vas loudly applauded As he strode Inlo the Assembly room of the parliamentary conference of the North Atlantic treaty Organiza Tion. His vigorous bipartisan speech was frequently interrupted by applause of legislators drawn from All Over Western Europe and Canada. Johnson made a political Lour of the Hall shaking hands All around conference s open ing session. He strode across the Hall to warmly shake hands with French Premier Michel Debre who spoke just before Johnson. Debre disclaimed any attempt on the part of French president Charles de Gaulle to weaken nato. On the contrary Debre. Said it was de Gaulle s idea of strengthen nato by increasing the French weight in the organization. And Debre added nato is needed As much now As at ils formation 10 years ago and the cruel menace of the soviet Union is As Strong As Ever. Speaking opening of the annual parliamentarians Confer ence of the North Atlantic treaty organization Johnson made a rigorous by part is an appear of new Long step toward a Richer meaning for the Texas senator old 200 As. Sem bled legislators from nato s 15 countries the voice of Isola Tion is skilled in a new generation o americans who came to Early maturity lighting for Freedom on the Fields of. Europe and the islands of the coming to Power in the leadership of our Johnson said. _ ing and it was deeper in the Teni no area. For the twin cities Centralia firemen who keep the District s official weather records placed the sunday fall at a halt Inch. The heavy wet Snow plus the rain set some sort of a record too. Firemen said there was 2.01 inches of precipitation measured from b ., saturday to 6 ., sunday. Then there was another .38 of an Inch measured from 6 ., sunday to 10 ., monday. Monday morning rain washed away All Bill patches of the Snow in Hie twin cities. However mos Syrock where one Inch fell Sun Day and Lowns East of there still had a covering of White. Mixed rain and Snow were falling in pc Ell monday morning. Al Toledo mixed rain and Snow fell sunday but melted As fast As it fell according to weal her observers Toledo Airport. The twin cities High tempera lure sunday was 45 degrees. The Low sunday morning was 32. Snow began falling Al . Two lost Hunters find one another walk out two lost Beer Hunters one of hem 16 years old joined forces and walked Oul of he Michigan Hill area monday afle Roon after spending a wet cold sunday night in a Snow blanketed for est. The two Centra lians Sieve barrel 16. And Gerald Gilligan 28, were the objects of an in Chehalis s loss heavy an Accident on the n squally Hill six Miles cast of Olympia resulted in a Olal loss of a Large trailer unit Lowed by a truck oper ated by Jimmy a. Kain of Che Halis Friday night. Kain reported the mishap to Centralia police during the week end. The Chahalin said he was go ing West on the Hill when a car driven by Vernon e. Cameron Olympia struck the rear end of his " trailer. Cameron sustained serious head and Chesl injuries and was Laken to the Madigan general Hospital at fort Lewis. Kain estimated damages let the trailer unit. Cameron s 195 Sedan was also listed As a total loss. Kain escaped without any injury. Pensive search by sheriff s Dupuies and volunteers. The two Hunters were on Separ ate Hunting expeditions when they became lost. Barrell said he was railing a Deer when he got lost. In the darkness he heard Gilligan shout for help. The latter Hunter of a Deer when he became lost. Barrett and Gilligan spent the night under a Large fir Iree. Both carried matches but they were Wel and the Hunters were unable to Light a fire to keep warm. Snow was on the ground and the Emper lure dipped near the freezing Mark during he night. The two Hunters joined forces Early monday morning and got their bearings. They walked Oul of the Woods to the Elmer Mason residence Aboul . Barrett was Hunting with two companions Bob Minkler 16, and Dave Hayertz 18, both of the Centralia area. The Trio returned Home late sunday afternoon. How Ever barrel went Back again. Minkler and player to started the search when Barrell did Biol re turn Afler dark. Gilligan was Hunting alone and led his car near deep Creek. Both Hunters were reported in excellent condition although Ihor ugly chilled barrel is the son of mrs. Jean Barrell Centralia and attends Centralia Junior High school. In their hearts is a determine lion to make the most vigorous use of America s resources and capacities to assure their children and the children of All nations a life without War a future of Johnson stressed that he was speaking As a senator and not specifically outlining policies of the administration of president elect John f. Kennedy. However Kennedy read the speech when he and Johnson met last week in Tex As. While Johnson s appearance Here had Long been planned he was aware that the . Election had elevated its importance and that the speech would be watched especially by europeans As the first indication of the new administration s foreign policy. The speech indicated the Kennedy Johnson administration would be More receptive toward moves to expand nato s in fluence beyond the military Field. Cars skid off Highway two one car crashes occurred same time and place Early sunday morning just West of Chehalis. Slate patrolmen said a Sedan driven by Gary l. Herring Che crossing he Road and struck a Power pole one half mile West of Chehalis on the Ocean Beach Highway at 2 . Herring told officers he was blinded by the rain Spray from a passing Auto Mobile. At the same time another vehicle driven by Michael e. Brown Centralia ran Oft the Road into a Field and rolled Over on ils Side. Brown told patrolmen he was at tempting to avoid colliding with he herring car. No one was injured in either crash. Damages totalled to herring s 1940 Model Sedan and to Brown s 1955 Model pick up truck. The stale patrol reported another one car crash occur cd at ., sunday Miles fast of Winlock on Highway 12 e. A 1955-Model Sedan driven by Ruth m. Boreen Winlock ran off the Road lost control and rolled Over. The Driver was uninjured but damage was caused to her car. Che Hall j police reported vehicles driven by Robert Paul sheets fort Lewis and Joseph a. Woroch Centralia collided at ., saturday at intersection of main Street and Cascade Avenue. No one was injured. Damages to tales to the -1555-Model vehicles police said

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