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Daily Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Centralia, Washington The Dally chronicle monday nov. 21, 1960 what s new in f he twin cities department leaders emphasized there is no rigid program enforcement but that rather it is a reasonable pro Gram extending Over a period of time to permit existing packers to meet minimum requirements most of them having to do with their facilities. Bird found Phil Spicer 2j9 Downing St., Centralia reported finding a pet Crow thursday afternoon near the Centralia Junior High school he reported the Bird made friends with his grandson and followed him Home the Bird is apparently a pot and very Friendly with people Spicer said. The owner May claim the Bird by contacting him or Call ing at be 6-7737. Driver nabbed Bernard e. Brown 51, Centralia remained in the Centralia City jail monday following his arrest during the weekend on two Ira Iii violation charges. Brown was arrested by Centralia police on charges of hav ing no operator s License and be ing drunk while driving he remained in jail in lieu of bail. Firemen Busy Centralia fire men responded to two alarms Dur ing the weekend. Both fires caused minor damages to residences. The first Call came saturday pm to the m. W. Looney Home 802 South Gold is. An overheated stove flue set fire to wallpaper around the Chimney. Sunday at ., firemen went to the Perry Bishop Home 806 g St. Fire men reported minor damages from an overheated fireplace Chimney. Toys sought the annual Christmas toy repair shop started operations monday at the Centralia fire Hall. Firemen will re pair toys to give to needy families during the Christmas holidays anyone with damaged toys that Are repairable Are asked to turn them into the fire station. Mishap reported Martin t. Hoage. Centralia reported to Centralia police a two car mishap near the Mellen Street overpass in Centralia. Hoage said the Acci Dent occurred saturday about 10 His 1951 Sedan received damages. A passenger Tom Sulli Van received a head injury in the mishap. Hoage told police the Driver of the second car did not leave his name. No Accident re port by the operator of the second car was on file monday morning at the Centralia police station. Sullivan was taken Homo and treated by a private physician. Flyer own set a group of 60 Southwest Washington firemen including wives and children at tended a quarterly meeting Sun Day in Chehalis of the Southwest Washington firemen s association Clark Bennett fire chief report featured speaker was c. W. Stickney chief fire investigator for the Portland fire department. A special program was held for the wives and children while the. Fire men attended a fire school. Assault charged William to reaper 37, Napavine was arrested saturday by Lewis county sheriff s officers on a third de Gree assault charge. Rieper posted bail pending a Napavine Justice court trial past Ley state highways department reported the White pass Highway had 10 inches of new Snow at the Summit monday morning the fall brought the Snow to 30 inches at the Summit area. The temperature was 24 degrees monday morning. Motorists were warned to carry chains in heir cars. Skiers at the White pass ski area had a rough sunday with he weather mostly confined to rain and Slock. Driver arrested William p. Punjak 26, Portland was arrested saturday by slate patrolmen on charges of speeding and driving while his operator s License was suspended. Punjak posted bail pending a Centralia Justice court irial. Firemen called Chehalis fire men were called at a.m., sunday to the Home of w. Nett 2331 Kelly ave., where a fur lace had backfired. No damage was caused firemen said. Card party Collins Camp . A. Tues. . . Hall. 276-lt Wayside grocery 1010 so. Gold will be open thanksgiving Day. 276-31 card of thanks i wish to sex Ress my gratitude to or. Garnet he Sisters and nurses of St. Helen Hospital for the wonderful care f received during my recent illness. Also thanks to the Many trends who visited me sent cards ind Flowers. Thanks you so much. Signed Katherine Mikola. 276-Ltp jury hears land suit action in the seventh jury trial f the 1960 autumn jury term in Lewis county Superior court opened monday morning before judge John e. Murray. The trial is the first of a series brought by the City of Tacoma for land in its Mossyrock dam Reser voir. Defendant s arc or. And mrs. Arthur Wood. Tacoma is seeking 32.22 acres from the Woods. Other trials docketed to follow include actions against or. And mrs. Albert Selzler for 30.12 acres and Nora i. Millman for 2.98 acres. A Case against g. R. Drake has been settled out of court. Winds sweep City Madras India mile an hour winds swept Madras City sunday. Several persons Are reported dead. Plane services were cancelled and Road and rail transport suspended blast kills four Caltagirone Sicily a liquid Gas Container exploded today and wrecked three houses at the Hamlet of Mineo. Four per sons were killed and 10 injured. Read clip panicle classifieds Rose bowl tickets hotel accommodations Rose Parade Tours available at Vivian White travel service phone so 8-4868 k music becomes magic come alive magnificent All inclusive Eop Honig High Fidelity entertainment Center the Imperial stereo theatre truly the world s finest entertainment with chromatic 24" Superb radio revolutionary new Magna Vox stereophonic record player. All the latest developments of elec. Tronic science that provide finest Magna Vox listening and viewing with breathtaking new realism the Imperial record player with Feather touch stereo Diamond pick up will play your records for a lifetime of Normal use without perceptible Wear to record or stylus. 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Okala had taken the floor to re ply to charges by soviet Deputy congolese Sib yanks leopoldv1lle, the Congo crowd of knife wielding congolese sunday fell upon three american men and a woman whose car accidentally killed a negro cyclist. Two of the Ameri cans were wounded. Chief warrant officer Clyde St. Lawrence of new Bedford mass., member of the military at tache s staff at the . Embassy was Slabbed three times As he from the car lie had been driving. Frank Carlucci of pa., political officer at the embassy stayed at the the others could get away. He was stabbed in the Back and beaten be fore he jumped aboard a passing bus. . Military attache u. Col. Edward Dannemiller and his wife pushed through the crowd unhurt while it went after St. Lawrence. The latter was picked up by a . Vice Consul Alison Palmer of Amityville Long Island n.y., who happened to be passing in her car. St. Lawrence was taken to to valium Hospital and Given a blood transfusion. His condition was described As nol serious. Car Lucci s wound required three stitches. The four americans were in route to Leopold Ville s Airport to see off Deputy undersecretary of stale Loy w. Henderson leaving after a two Day visit. Carlucci said the cyclist crossed the Road in front of them then turned Back As they swerved to miss him pulling himself directly in the path of the car. Foil in minister Valerian a Zorn thai Cameroon was a Lackey of some Power. The Cameroon Delegate old Quison Sackey that addressed some remarks to Ghana he had expected an answer from an and not from the soviet Union. Your master spilled the Okala. Said. The of the Ghana soviet of. Forts he said is to set up Sio Quiason Sackey incorporated with Headquarters in Leo Somville and i leave it to you to determine who will be the the Exchange took place during a debate on a recommendation of the credentials committee that the Assembly Seal a delegation headed by president Joseph Kas Mvubu the opposition was making a last ditch Effort to Block such action. Bul the Prospect was hint the Assembly would vote to Seal him anyway late today or some time tuesday. That would give the United states a Victory Over an asian african communist fac Tion favouring Kas Mvubu s bitter rival deposed Premier Patrice Lumumba. I one experienced Diplomat said the vote to scat Kas Mvubu might be As much As go-20 with 18 abstaining. A Day Long debate is expected and a special night session May be held. The first four countries on the speakers list Yugoslavia Gui Nea Mali and Ceylon have conc out against Kas Mvubu. American is expelled Moscow Al maj Irving to Mcdonald assistant . Air Al Lacho was ordered today to leave Hie Sovic Union on the charge of conduct unbecoming a military attache. The russians accused Mcdon Ald of engaging in considered Here As espionage. He is the second . Air attach expelled from the soviet Union in recent i months. Minister counsellor Edward i. Frieis was called to the foreign office ills afternoon and old that Mcdonald must leave As soon As possible Here it was supposed that the expulsion order was in retaliation for the arrest of Igor , the russian. Translation Section of the United nations in York aug. 27. Mcl Ehk is accuse d of espionage Mcdonald of Provincetown mass., was. Mentioned when the russians last August expelled Cpl. Edwin m. Kii ton of Palo Alto calif., the . Air attache. The soviet government accused Kirton of organizing a spy Appa Ratus and issued a warning against Mcdonald for what it said was similar activity tha . Embassy denied the charges against both Mcdonald was on a tour in Southern Russia when the order for his expulsion was delivered bul was expected to return to Moscow immediately to prepare to leave. News of the expulsion circulated at a reception at the mexican embassy Given for the 50th annl Vei sury of the e mexican revolution. Read chronicle classifieds your party going clothes deserve the Best care look and feel your Best As you Charm our careful cleaning assures your Success Ful grooming. 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Presented during who evening were newly elected county com missioners mat in Jacobsen and paint profitable Nice France men have been arrested for dealing in stolen the same police said heir system w Ailo steal repaint it Sel h again bit keep a spare key. The new owner left it in watched i would steal the car Back repaint it and sell it again. They sold the same car seven limes according to the charges. Curtis presented were county clerk Esther Rand com missioner Hugh Kolich and Sher Iff Orville a mond son. Featured speaker for the eve Ning mis. E. A Roberts county vice chairman who received a standing Oval in in appreciation of the work of herself and nor commit tee. Arrangements wore in charge of sheriff Amondson and mrs. Gor Don Viles. 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