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Daily Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Centralia, Washington The doily chronicle so Turnoy oct. 24, 1970 what s the twin cities 0 p club meeting in custody Norman flambers of the Lewis Howard 23, Mossyrock Republican club will hold in the Centralia City monthly meeting monday at saturday morning in lieu fam in the pud bail following his arrest a Chehalis with the night. Howard was invited. Mrs. Paul by police with Drunken president said the occasion reckless driving and be the last before the nov. Arrest. Election to hear election and reported the theft ballots available a purse containing in Cash a slots for a proposed reported to Centralia police county cemetery District . Saturday by Anita at Napavine Are Centralia who said the it the Lewis county had been taken from the Obj fico Robert i. Compartment of her car Sid Tor and supervisor it was parked in the 200 elections has of North Tower Avenue. Cemetery District candidates include r. A. Fax Mcgee this world needs in a Violit c i time at Library Eleanor j. Olson. Good Guys named mrs. John Moore Ray West Chehalis were winners of the weekly Good Guy awards As Lewis county United Good neighbors Campaign workers gathered for a report meeting Friday in the Lewis Clark hotel. Polynesians plus dam mrs. Moore Centralia there. Dinner at professional chairman has reservations. Also recorded 72 per cent of the goal Foj that division and West prizes spooks Chehalis special gifts chairman members Only. Jias posted a record 105 per Jent. Overall the Campaign stands at 61 per cent with 353 of the goal collected. Halloween stories set oakv1lle stories about ghosts and witches will be part of the fun at a special halloween Story Oakville Public Friday oct. 30. Festivities will begin at 7 . And last until 9. Kit Machin of the Oakville i halloween stories for youngsters from pre school age through i fifth Grade. Everyone should Wear costumes. I death takes mrs. Dillon mrs. Eva Dillon 90, Centralia died Friday morning in a Centralia Hospital. Born is a Good night s sleep on a March 4, 1880, in Douds Iowa Serta perfect Sleeper. Biters. She a resident of the 247-61.1 Centralia area for 88 years. Mrs. Dillon came in 1882 with coming Scon Donkey sponsored by Centralia eagles 512. 249-41. Hawaiian Luau at Centralia eagles 512, sat. Oct. 24. The polynesians plus dancers will be 6.30. Oct. Ilal Loween masquerade prizes spooks. All party Eagle zi9at. Notice Hunters special Freezer Deal you must Sec it to believe it. 3 Day Money Back guarantee if you can equal or diseases reported seven of communicable diseases Sucre reported in Lewis county 3or september in a report by 2he Washington state depart 3nent of social and health services. Reported were four phases of viral hepatitis two sales of gonorrhoea and one Case infectious syphilis. Meeting reminders Lewis county Council or diseases formerly 3l w i i county tuberculous noon monday is hotel Chehalis. Centralia Chehalis Toast a masters club . Mon 5day, kit Carson in Chehalis. Cascade olympic Parent association open House 3t Cascade school Chehalis 7 . Monday. Adah chapter 18, order of the Ria Stern Star 8 . Monday masonic Temple Winlock. Twin Ai anon t monday 104 North Rock St. Cen Rafia. Chehalis Ai anon. 8 monday 979 Market St. Chehalis. Post 22, american legion and auxiliary 8 . Monday Lewis county Golden age club . Tuesday Chehalis Community building. Centralia masonic Lodge meeting scheduled for next monday has been postponed until nov. 2 at . Masonic Temple. Accident hurts one one person received minor injuries Friday at . When the car in which she was Riding and another vehicle collided at the intersection of the Koontz Road and interstate 5, freeway state troopers report. Taken to St. Helen Hospital with possible neck injuries was Christina Rogers 20, o Hayward Calif., a passenger in a is62 Hardtop driven by Walter Rogers also of Hay Ward. The Rogers car received b damages while the other vehicle involved a 1964 truck operate Ernest Ahrens of Chehalis was not damaged. A pickup truck entering the freeway at the 13th Street on ramp was blamed for Anothy Accident at . Friday when a 1866 Sedan driven b August Wise. 67, from California and a 1969 by Verno Ca dwell of Banks Ore., Bot swerved to miss the pick colliding with each other. Damage to the Cald Wenj True was listed at while the Wise Auto received damage. To injuries wer reported. The pickup truck d not step. Funds to 2 tribes Washington api two Washington state Indian tribes were awarded Money by the in Dian claims commission Friday for ceding tribal land to the United states under an 1855 treaty. The Lummis tribe awarded and the Suquamish tribe the awards Are subject to Appeal. Beat this Price. M Centralia. A sales 249-61. Roller Rome open thurs. Fri. 7-10 . Sat. 7-11 . Sat. Sun. 4 thurs. Family Nile. 249-4tpd. Roller Rome All Church party monday Nite 7-10 . 231-3tpd. Does Rock music encourage american youth to take drugs hear Joseph Cro a tucs. Oct 27. 8 . Lewis k Cark hotel 252-lt candidate will speak Edison s. Pinky Fisk Buffalo parly candidate for United states senator Wil speak to Centralia College students next tuesday. Arrangements for the Visil were announced Friday by George earner chairman of the speaker committee of the associated student body. In the nov. 3 election Fisk c Buffalo party s Only can Date for any office will of Ose sen. Democrat Henry Charles Jackson Elicker e p u b 1 i c a a and William i a s s e y socialist worker arty. As part of his presentation h ill show a film about Birl control prepared by diversity of Washington. Fisk will speak at 10 i room 3 of the Genera classroom building and 11 n room 3 of the forum. His visit is part of a scribe f presentations on Politica issues and candidates Bein arranged by Centralia Coli leg students. Her widowed Mother the late or. T. J. Armentrout to the Hanaford Valley near Centralia i be with her grandparents the Ite or. And mrs. James p. Eel fresh Early Day pioneers. She was a member of the Centralia first Baptist Church and the Ivy Camp Royal neighbors of America. Mrs. Dillon s husband Edard e., died in survivors include a daughter irs. Marie Fusco Centralia a o a James Dillon Remerton two nieces. Miss Erena Armentrout and mrs. Awrence Barrett both of Centralia three grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Services will be tuesday at 30 . At Newell Hoerling a Jan Thalia with the Rev. Charles 3. Butcher officiating. Burial vill follow at the Mountain View Emblery Centralia. Toledo an succumbs Toledo mrs. Jennie d. Turner 63, Toledo died Friday at a Chehalis Hospital following a lingering illness. She was born May 30, 1902, at Claquato and had been a lifetime resident of Lewis county. She is survived by five daughters mrs. Myrtle thur Ston Hoquiam mrs. Viola Lester Glenoma mrs. Rose Stacey Pendleton Ore. Mrs. Sharon Laptiam Huntington id. And mrs. Marjorie Van Olympia three sons George Glenoma and Arthur and Corby both of Toledo a brother Dave Fleming Toledo rec Sisters mrs. Nora Strong port Orchard mrs. Emelia Phillips Seattle and Minnie Sindel Vancouver 30 grand 17 great funerals Carithers wednesday 1 Samuel ., armed guards surround building where Santa Cruz Slayer jailed Samuel p. Caruthers rites set wednesday for s. P. Carithers services for Carithers 100, a Samuel p. Former Cen Ralian who died wednesday in a Seattle Hospital will be next wednesday at 1 . At the first presbyterian Church Centralia. Or. Carithers the. Oldest graduate of Purdue University s class of 1895, was born feb. 23, 1870, in Princeton ind., and Farmed in West Virginia homesteaded a Alberta Canada and Farmed in Mon Tana. He moved to Onalaska in 1924, retiring from farming in 1941. He then resided in Centralia prior to moving to Seattle two years ago. He was married to Sara freed who died in Canada in 1907, and later married Amelia Paudler in 1915. She died in Centralia in 1960. Or. Carithers was a Silver Star member of the Fords Prairie Grange a charter children and grandchildren. Services will be tuesday at 2 . At the fir Lawn funeral Chapel Toledo with the Rev. William Hassler officiating. Interment will follow at the Toledo cemetery. Steele rite set member of the John Arnold Grange and a lifelong member of the democratic party. On his 100th birthday h received Conga Telafor telegrams from former vice president Hubert Humphery. Sens. Warren Magnuson and Henry Jackson and congresswoman Julia Butler Hansen. Surviving Are two sons James a., Seattle and Lawrence Princeton ind. Three Sisters Grace Carithers Princeton mrs. Gertrude Clark Missoula mont., and mrs. Florence Saxe Mountain Home Ark. Two grandchildren mrs. Beatrice frills Bellevue and John Carithers. Seattle and five great grandchildren. After services wednesday burial will follow in Sunset memorial gardens Chehalis. Arrangements Are under the direction of Hoffner s Fisher Kalfus funeral Home Seattle. Santa Cruz Calif. A guards in pairs Are Post d around the clock at each corer of the building in which a Oung Man is jailed on charges of slaying five persons exec Ion style. Sheriff Douglas James and his deputies said they know of no threats against John Linley Fra Ier 24, but Are taking no chances. Frazier pleaded innocent Fri Day at a tightly guarded Raign ment on charges of Mur Dering or. Victor Ohta 45, his wife Virginia 43, their sons Derrick 12, and Taggart a and the Eye surgeon s Secretary Dorothy Cadwallader 38. The armed deputies were Sta toned at the three Story Down town building housing the Jai and sheriff s office a few min utes after Frazier was there on five counts of first de Gree murder. Deputies admitted Only per sons with urgent and Neces sary flood Light were installed for extra Security. Sheriff Douglas b. James news conference was held out Side to announce details of Fra Zier s capture at Dawn Friday i a former one cow milk barn half mile from the Mohtas Flagstone mansion on Hilltop overlooking Montere Bay. Frazier had lived about to months in the shabby 6-by-6-Foo belter in a Gulley strewn wit wrecked automobile bodies a Vestiga or said. He was Aslee and offered no resistance the captured by two deputies. For the arraignment the san a Cruz courthouse was Cleare of visitors and officers Checke credentials and searched men and spectators before policemen from four neigh Oring cities strengthened the Jard Force and Frazier was riven from the jail to court in an enclosed Van escorted by Poce cars. Frazier a bearded 5-foot-7 High school dropout was shoe Ess and wearing leg Irons but o Handcuffs when he appeared Road to peace Long says Belgium s Spaak Thomas p. First presbyterian Church Centralia. Etc Brances May be Dona ions to the heart or cancer Dillon mrs. Eva tuesday ., Newell toe ring a Centralia. Remembrances May be donations to the first Bap isl Church memorial fund. Turner mrs. Jennie d. Tuesday 2 . Fir Lawn funeral Chapel Toledo. Asher James c. Monday 11 ., Fissell Brown mortuary Chapel. Chehalis. Steele Thomas j. Requiem mass. Tuesday. Oral aka Steele 78, a resident of route 1, Onalaska since 1962 and a former resident of Seattle for 43 years died thursday evening in a Chehalis Hospital following a lingering illness. He was born Jan. 10, 1892, in Saratoga Springs Wyo. He was a retired electrician from the Bremerton naval Yard and was a member of the electrical workers Union Bremerton. Surviving Are the widow Janet Mary at Home a daughter mrs. Joe Katherine Marchetti Seattle a sonar Chie Stee Onalaska a sister Washington a a vet eran Diplomat s Crisp remark summed up what Many believe today about prospects for presi Dent Nixon s bid for peaceful Competition to improve world conditions. Paul Henri Spaak of Belgium president of the United nations general Assembly s first ses Sion in 1946, was asked if Nix on s Appeal to the slivered in a . Speech Friday Likely to Lead to anything. Not immediately and not Spaak said. It s a Long the top Moscow representative at the . S 23th anniversary session foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko was strictly noncommittal. I want to study it thorough Gromyko said of Nixon s Peech. He added we Are still mrs. Andrew Ethel Redmond children Ore., and grandchildren. Eight nine grand great . St. Joseph s Church Chehalis. Catholic be Quick mass will be help tuesday at . At St j o s c p h s Catholic Church Chehalis. With the Rev. Paul h officiating. Rosary Wil read monday at 7 a i w Viraji i . A h if the is Church. Burial in Umi 11 to i smart ramp Lerv nil or. And mrs. Michael Byrd. Centralia a boy. 7 pounds. Ounce. Friday St. Men Hospital. Hie Salij chronicle u dirty Eicel Soa Dijt Tea ctr a it porn inf mip t Simeti. Sunj Bliss Bill or item is t u per my the Claquato cemetery Wil follow tuesday s services. Arrangements Are under direction of the Fissell Brown i mortuary Chehalis. Firmly for Nixon himself dearly did not expect any speedy development wiping out what he portrayed As he Post world War h pattern of in Powers jockeying for Maxi mum advantage in every is on. He said the deep differences have caused much of the worlds and the most grievous troubles and improved relations Between the awardee named Tacoma apr. Wil Liam 0. Rieck 39, head of the department of Anatomy at the University of Iowa has been selected to receive Pacific Luther an University s distinguished alumnus award. He is the fifth person to receive the award which Wil be presented to him at the Plu alumni banquet nov. 24. Rite. A native of Odessa graduated from the University of Washington medical school. Two superpowers Are needed to Lay a base for global peace. Nixon said the nuclear supers tates should abandon the old patterns of Power politics for a Road. He added i invite the leaders of the so Union to join us in taking hat join in peaceful Competition not in the accumulation of but in the dissemination of Progress no n the building of missiles but in aging a winning War again Mnger and disease and human misery in our own countries an around the the president cited four incentives for Washington an Ilo scow to curb their differ conces the danger of nuclear sex Hange the huge Burden he potential economic Gai rom expanding Rade and pressing economic and social needs of others around the world. He dwelt Only briefly on specific current Crise s. He called on the big two Powers to work or peace in the Mideast rather than risk nuclear confrontation. On Vietnam he said let us agree to a cease fire and negotiate a peace for the 127-nation u.x., Nixon endorsed eight endeavours rang ing from foreign Aid to Popula Tion control. Among them was an Appeal to the. World body to press for Observance of the Geneva codes on prisoners of War. The United states says Hanoi Milting them to guarded building. The heavy before municipal court Donald 0. May. Asked if the understood his constitutional rights Frazier told the judge when asked if his name was John Linley Frazier he whispered asked if he is known by any other name he re plied firmly drug abuse war1 waged in Seattle Seattle a an intense the City has also applied for War on drug abuse was Grant from the . Lared Friday by mayor Wes 1 department of health Duea Ulman with increased police Tion and welfare to be used for efforts City ordinances and j a variety of drug programs funds for comprehensive drug the mayor said the Grant would inn Franf nf0. Tala if fast ctn qty education treatment and programs. Speaking at a rotary club luncheon in the City s universe y District Ulman said two ears ago Seattle had no Signi cant heroin problem but today to is the number one Narco tics problem in the City. A special police drug action Eam will provide intensive drug policing on a highly to bile he said. Stepped up enforcement will occur at various times unannounced in neighbourhoods and business districts throughout the Uhlman said heroin is available in every part of Seattle or any pleasant Middle class suburb if you know the right the City corporation Counse will be asked to draft a Law making it illegal to sell or offer to sell drugs without a License the mayor said under existing Laws arrests can be made on after a Sale has been completed most compre pensive drug education abuse treatment and prevention pro Gram in the United he also recommended forma Ion of a joint Seattle King county drug commission to combat abuse on a regional basis. Heroin is far More dangerous than marijuana he said. Alcohol use and abuse is easily a far greater social prob Lem according to most medical experts than marijuana could Ever he said. Public misunderstanding of marijuana is reflected in our moral religious codes and our ancient Laws apply to marijuana use and the mayor said efforts to control drug abuse would not cure the which he said was a product of family life and living in a Large Complex Urban i have this advice for those involved in the drug culture in Seattle. If you Are out of he said. Death told in Morton Silver Creek James i Asher 48, a resident of Rou 2, Silver Creek for the a seven years and formerly Longy Evv died thurs. Evening in a Morton Hospit Olio Wing a Brief illness. He was born aug 29, 1922 in Prairie Grove Ark. He owned and operated a grocery store at Silver Creek. Survivors include the widow Marguerite at Home a Daugh Ter Susan Asher. Seattle two sons Richard Seattle Greg. Monmouth Ore., and his Mother Margaret Asher Silver Creek. Services will be monday at 11 . At the Fissell Brown mortuary a Shalis. With the Rev. Jack marshal officiating. Interment will follow in the Salkum cemetery. Pallbearers will be John Coleman Bill Martin Glen Chambers Bill curing on. Larry Finstad and Bud Stringham. The thief was game Sonoma Calif. A the thief who rifled a Freezer in her unlocked garage must have a taste for game Helen Sims 54, reported Friday to sheriffs deputies. The loot six wild ducks four Quail six wild doves two Rab bits 30 pounds of Venison an two pheasants. For a Quick meal he also took two Frozen to dinners. Toledo an on trips Toledo Carl Buswell activities scheduled on College Campus Centralia College students will find plenty to do when not at tending classes next week with Only monday being free of extracurricular activity. An Active student group has arranged for three presentations inform students about political issues and candidates s the election Date near. On tuesday. Oct. 27, Edison Isk. Buffalo party candidate 5r . Senator will address dents. Also on tuesday the Liege is holding its autumn and the Viet Cong Are not living up to the Geneva for fair treatment of War prisoners. Among Linfield students in in science biological Toledo is College Vir Armenla class involved m a series three Field trips to different parts of the stale official report. Linfield College located in Mcminnville Ore. Rock concert of the Fox theater oct. 28lh with Mineral water the floating bridge1 creation tick Eli Al Lohr s music Back door inn High schools College . Empire inv. And Lohr production Fox Roewe Heaters Chehalis showing thru tues. You la love Herbie the incredible Little car Walt plus Walt Disney showing thru Sun Richard Harris As a Mai called horse w7kku.cemkai. A Conliss a fast a Cimei nuts plus Cha Flat Hesto n Jessica waiter Fox love Bug Jungle Book Chehalis Humber one a Man called horse Oca drive. Wednesday up cents of advocates and referendum 20, Range in the abortion Law Wili appear before students to debate the merits of the Bill. R. C. Skip Mcconkey Republican candidate for representative in Congress from the third congressional District on thursday will carry his Campaign to the College. Friday is mid Quarter Lime for the College indicating that in Many classes tests will be Given. The week s activities close next saturday when the physical education department hosts clinic team travels to Seattle for a meet. A women s Field hockey and the Cross country Evans says 7256 most Likely to pass Olympia a although in declined to indicate whether in not he would vote for it gov. Dan Evans said thursday he bought initiative 256 requiring deposits on beverage containers is most Likely to at a news conference. Here Svans said some modifications should be made in both Initia Ive 2s6 and its rival measure initiative 40. If either measure is passed by voters nov. 3, it would require a two thirds vote of both houses to modify the measure. Evans said he might ask the next legislature for a Bill re Quiring those convicted of litter ing to pick up litter instead of paying a Fine. However he said the proposal would not be very High on his list of legislative priorities. Evans said although the proposal would be a deterrent it would t help the problem of apprehending Litterer in the first place. In a related matter thursday ally. Gen. Slade Gorton endorsed initiative 256, calling it the first Rea approach both to the doctrine of recycling our National resources and towards controlling our i Don t believe it s he said. I Don t believe it will do the whole Job but i do be Lieve it is the Best single step Forward that we can take at the present Public auction by department of Revenue state of Washington october 27, 1970 . 2155 Marker Street Chehalis Washington. To be sold us Ford econ Sline. Full windows Side and Back doors. Ford Fuso flatbed with Slov rack. Good 740x16 tires. Equipped for trailer towing. Engine replaced Buhl trailer tilt bed self contained had. Brakes 2 Ante Load capacity a xxx its. x 12-ply rated tires. Steam cleaner Malsbary Model 150, Cost 1000.00. M ten Hydraulic press. Partible overhead hoist. Hercules number 12. Terms Cash for information Coll Olympia 753-5510. District office department of Revenue 1101 s. A thick Street Olympia wash., 98501

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