Centralia Daily Chronicle in Centralia, Washington
24 Oct 1970

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24 Oct 1970

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Daily Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Centralia, Washington6 per cent Cei Ling sends Bonds Back to voters editor s note this it one in a series outlining the measures which will appear on the nov. 3 ballot by Dale Nelson associated press writer Olympia a nearly million Worth of Bond issues approved by Washington voters in 1963 will be Back on the ballot again nov. 3. This time voters Are being asked to remove the 6 per cent ceiling on the interest the state would be allowed to pay in the Money. State officials say it is virtually impossible to sell the Bonds under current Market conditions at 6 per cent. The issues include million for acquisition and development of outdoor recreation areas million or building projects in institutions higher education and state government and million for water pollution control facilities. About million Worth of the Bonds All of them from the is sue for buildings have been sold. The water pollution control facilities have been financed by Loans from the general fund to the tune of almost million so far. The department of ecology estimates projects for the remainder of the biennium will bring this close to million. The inter Agency committee for outdoor recreation has received authorization from the state finance committee for a loan of million from the general fund. But the general fund is run Ning out of Money. State trea surer Robert s. O Brien says it May be in the red by election Day. In addition to striking the in Terest limit a yes vote on the propositions will delete the requirement that the Bonds be sold by specified dates. The dates Are Jan. I 1971, for the pollution control Bonds Jan. 1, 1972. For the building Bonds and Jan 1, 1975, for the outdoor recreation Bonds. If referendum 23, which Cov ers the pollution control Bonds is not approved the entire million Worth of Bonds will have to be sold at 6 per cent interest by the end of the year. Charlotte c. Wheat assistant Secretary of the finance com Mittee said this would mean borrowing More Money than is needed right a Way and probably shortening the terms of the Bonds. That is instead of running for 20 years they would run for 15, or possibly even for 10. This would be cheaper Over the Long haul but the current Drain on the hard pressed general fund would be greater. Secretary of state Lud Kramer reported that no legislator could be enlisted to write an argument against retire undue 23 or against referendum 21, Cov ering the outdoor recreation Bonds in the official voters pamphlet. State rep. Norman Ackley wrote the argument against referendum 22, which covers the building Bonds. Referendum 22 would re move interest ceilings on these bends entirely and thereby Eli Minate the safeguard of a specified maximum interest rate to be charged to the Ackley said. He called the referendum inflationary and dangerous and said no Effort had been made to sell the remainder of the Bonds. He argued that they could by sold at the six per cent rate. Arguing for the measure in the voters pamphlet were sea Gordon Sandison Ange Les sen. Frank Foley Couver and rep. Robert f. Goldsworthy. Construction of these projects must not be they wrote. Their need was evident to he legislature in 1967 and reaffirmed by the voters in 1968. These needs have Only intensified with the passage of time. In addition the Basic economic conditions which pro Duce High interest rates also cause inflation which is continually shrinking the Purchas no Power of the amounts a Cen Trolio Chehalis was chronicle saturday oct. 24, 1970 24 pages 79th year no. 252 Chile s new Leader promises socialism accused murderer of five John frailer 24, stands in Santa Cruz Bers of his family and his medical Secretary. County jail with his captors Friday following from left in photo Are Deputy Rodney san his arraignment on five counts of murder in Ford Frazier and Deputy Bradley Arbsland. The slayings of or. Victor Ohta three Mem a wire photo in Chehalis restaurant Motel planned plans for a restaurant Motel Complex in Chehalis have been announced by vip s restaurants inc., Salem Ore. Work is due to begin in March on construction of a new restaurant facility Southeast of the intersection of 13th Street and interstate 5, according to Bob l. Smith president of vip s restaurants. Smith said the Chehalis restaurant will be the i2th in the vip s restaurant Chain with other Washington Sites at Ridgefield Nisqually Tukwila Kent and Everett the other restaurants Are located in Oregon. He said the new foot building in Chehalis will have a capacity of 106 persons and will require approximately 22 employees. It will be built by the firm s own construction company. Smith said construction of an adjoining Motel with 50 60 units will begin sometime next summer and will be Buill adjoining the vip s restaurant in Lake Oswego Ore. He said other commercial development is planned on the around a property. Small Lake on the 17-acre site after the planned Extension of the Bishop Yoac is completed. Picture on Page 9. Santiago cheap Congress today ducted sen. Sal Vador a marxist who has pledged to bring socialism to Chile As president for the next six j ears. Police and troops imposed the tightest Security in years during the balloting made necessary when Alende won the sept.-4 presidential election but failed id get the required majority. The vote was 153 for Allende and 35 for the runner up Candi Date Farmer president Jorge Alexandri a inde i pendent. There were seven Blank ballots. Only eve of the 50 senators and 150 House Mem bars were absent. As congressmen voted streets outside the dark Gray Congress a flying was cordoned off and helicopters clattered overhead. Security was tight Ned because terrorists tried to assassinate the army command r thursday. Among the absent members tas Allende who stayed Home in Victory. He was entitled to vote for himself had he intended. Four others were ill. Congress broke into applause As or. Thomas Pablo a Mem or of the now ruling Christian democrats who is Senate presi Dent announced the result. Senators and congressmen of Tion of six leftist parses stood i defense ministry. His condition and Sang the chilean National j was grave after two operations them. the vote to remove three bullets from his Ere rushed to Allende. Toledo an accidentally shot while Hunting the Motel will be the second in the vip Chain. The other is presently under construction late news bulletins Montreal a Quebec provincial police arrested a Man called ber Nard Lyrtie today and said he close in firs tie description of a suspect sought in the kidnapping of Pierre Laporte the Quebec Lacr minister slain a week ago. Decca East Pakistan a a Hurricane with winds of 90 Miles an hour battered nine East Pakistan districts today and sketchy information indicated at least 1m persons have been killed. Newport . Apr David to year old sen in Law of president Nixon at the Newport naval base this morning of join the Vavy. Scattered showers through sunday. High in lower 50s. Lows in 30s. Complete weather on Page 9, Toledo a 19-year-old to Ledo youth remained in critical condition in Longview s St. John s Hospital saturday morning with gunshot wounds in his Abdomen. According to cow Liz county sheriffs deputies an accidental discharge of a Shotgun occurred shortly before . Friday while Ronald Mcewen 1.9, the victim and Jim Fluckinger also of Toledo were Duck Hunting from a boat in the Colwitz River opposite the Trout hatchery near the Toledo dump. After a Duck had been shot Fluckinger told deputies he jumped from the boat to get the Duck barrelled when his j2-Guage double Shotgun accidentally discharged the pellets striking Mcewen in the right hip and Abdomen. I Escapee nabbed Mcewen was rushed to the Longview Hospital where be underwent surgery for the wounds. Meanwhile a Young Centralia sinter walked out of the Woods saturday morning after havin been reported missing Friday evening. James Cgraggen 18, Centralia walked out of the Brush filled Lincoln Creek area a the exact Point where Lewis county sheriffs deputies a earlier discovered his Parket car eight Miles South of the Cohn Road. Cgraggen had left his Horn at . Friday is Annie to return in an hour. When h did rot show up his parents or. And mrs. Bob Cgraggen notified deputies. Deputies saturday Mornin were preparing to Tak bloodhounds into the area the Cgraggen showed up. He was tired from his nigh in the Woods but was otherwise in Good health deputies said. Allende s popular Unity Coa payment scheduled Tacoma Tacoma City Light s participation in tin Centralia steam electric plan will become official next Friday when the Utility pays million for its initial share o the construction spokesmen said saturday. A Light schedule of meetings to formalize the Bond Sale concluded earlier this month is on the docket of City officials mayor Gordon Johnston an City finance director Cla Gaisford will join the Public Utility Board member a Grenley in new York Cit tuesday to sign million i Bonds. The certificates due of delivery wednesday a scheduled for payment thu Day leading to the firs Tacoma Cash instalment on 0 new generating facility the following Day. The action follows the Bon Sale on oct. 6 when the Issue was sold to a Syndicate header by Dillon read municipals. Inc for a net effective interest rat of 7.i9 per cent. Of thai transaction million is earmarked for i Light s share of the Millio project which is slated to beg producing Power next sep Ember. An Escapee from the state Penitentiary at Walla Walia. Tommy l. Ragan 27, formerly of the Onalaska area was apprehend Jed Friday afternoon by Lewis county sheriffs deputies. Two deputies stopped Ragan on the Alpha Centralia Road near the Coal Creek Junction according to William Wiester. Lewis county sheriff. The sheriff said he offered no resistance. Webster said Ragan was operating a 1968 pickup which had been reported stolen from Olympia thursday night. Ragan was lodged in the Lewis county jail. Wiester said he would discuss the possibility of additional charges with the county prosecutor. According to the sheriff. Ragan was sentenced from Lewis county in 1969 on conviction of burglary and Auto theft he fled from minimum Security at the Penitentiary on oct. 4. It precipitator of the action it haunted House to lure youngsters it ecology police Man Speaks these special features and More Are in this week s weekender today s daily chronicle look for them it was a democratic Ges Allende told a huge of foreign and chilean newsmen outside his Home. As soon As i get the papers of Congress i plan to go to c military Hospital to find out Gen. Schneider is e referred to Gen. Rene Chneider the army command r in chief who Lay critically funded. Four or five terrorists am used the 57-year-old general s he was being driven to the neck Chest and . The government reportedly has seized up to 40 suspects in the assassination attempt and has instituted censorship banned demonstrations placed the armed forces on maximum Alert up roadblocks around Santiago and imposed a mid night to 6 . Curfew. Leftist political organizations have charged that the attempt on Schneider s life was the work of ultralight groups in a last ditch Effort to b Ock Al ende s election by Congress. Experts stress togetherness Moscow a a High Lanking delegation of . Space experts arrived in Moscow to Day to hold the first talks on possible space cooperation. The five Man team headed by or. Robert r. Gilruth director if the manned spacecraft Cen or at Houston tex., came for exploratory technical talks on adapting . And soviet space ships so they can be joined to Ether in space. One major objective in standardizing Docking equipment on manned spaceships is to make possible joint space Rescue operations. . Space officials however do not limit their Aims to Rescue projects. They see the pos Sibili of joint Docking and Rendez Vous of spacecraft and space men in space As opening the Way to a wide Range of cooperative programs. The Nasa delegation came Here for the first talks at the invitation of the soviet Academy of sciences which handles the soviet space program. Soviet academician . Petrov is expected to head the so Viet delegation. In addition to Gilruth the delegation includes Arnold w Frutkin assistant administrator for International affairs Georg b. Hardy chief of program engineering and integration cad Well c. Johnson chief of space Craft design and Glenn s. Luji Ney chief of flight director s of fice manned spacecraft Center close Call for Hunter Bullet hits gun Stock Charles Wolfe was wiping his brow and thanking his Lucky Slars Friday morning after the Centralia Deer Hunter came within a butt plate of being struck by a Bullet. The 15-year-old Nimrod said a Bullet fired by another Hunter in the same area on Cook s Hill overlooking Centralia struck the butt plate of his gun while it rested on his hip. It put a big in the gun sleek but not Wolfe said. Wolfe who was stalking a Deer with a companion Terry Creech 19, Centralia believes the stray Bullet was an Accident. He and Creech fired Severa shots at the Deer but did t closed by Snow Longmire the Longmire Entrance to it Rainier National Park was closed by Snow saturday morning but was expected to be reopened to cars with chains in time for afternoon traffic. Site troopers said six to eight inches of new Snow were on the ground at the Paradise Lodge ski resort at my. Rainier with More Snow coming Down. The Road from Longmire to Paradise Lodge was being cleared of Snow saturday morning. State troopers also Snow was continuing to fall at the White pass Summit with slush on the Roadway. Snowfall at the Summit now totals about eight inches. Iring it Down. I m pretty sur t was not my buddy who fire the shot. I believe someone Els was firing in the Wolf said. Wolfe said hell have the gun Stock but tha will be easier than replacing wife. Carithers succumbs death came wednesday of Samuel p. Carithers one Lewis county s oldest and bes known residents. Or. Carithers who celebrate his 100th birthday fas february died wednesday in Seattle Hospital. He came Lewis county in 1924 and lives or Many years in Central before going to Seattle to years ago. Or. Carithers was the Oldes graduate of Purdue univ Eric and in 1965, travelled to the 70i reunion of the class of 1895. Services will be next wee mesday in Centralia. Complete obituary on Page 4 set clocks Back Grandfather Wall electric alarm pocket and wrist clocks and watches All should be set Back one hour saturday night or sunday morning As savings time draft to its annual close. Officially St ends 1 . Sunday and returns of people Hie hour of sleep they lost last Spring when St began. Those forgetting to set Back their clocks May find themselves arriving for Church about an hour Early sunday morning. Education week Observance set american education week will be observed next week in schools throughout Lewis county. The girls making a Dairy mural in photo above Are third graders at the Cascade elementary school in a whalis. They Are Diana Johnson left daughter of or. And mrs. Lawrence Johnson and Becky Locke daughter of or. And mrs. Bert Locke. The project is part of a food study in the class of mrs. E. M. Be by rut ledge. An open House will be held at the school monday night from 7 to 9 o clock. Chronicle staff Pho Foj halloween scene a Cascade school third grader paints halloween scene for Mommy. He is Jack Bates eight year old sen of or. And mrs. Daniel Bates and a member of e. M. Bobby rut ledge s class. An open House will be held at the school Mon Day evening from 7 to 9 in Observance of american Educa Tion week. Schools will stage their open House events next week. finished two r. E. Bennett school boys rub Wax finish on Candy holders shaped like wheelbarrows in William Pelt to s seventh Grade Wos Shep class. They Are Din Brooks leh ton of or. And mrs. Bill Brooks and Fred Haeck of the Rev. And mrs. Martin Haack. The Public is invited to visit school next tuesday in Observance of american education week. Similar observances Are bins held i Centralia and other throughout Lewis sunly

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