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Daily Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Centralia, WashingtonMeasures. Complex paper ballot awaits voters eight resolutions initiatives i and referendums along with an assortment of political candid dates will be on the nov. 3 Gen eral election ballot according to Lewis county auditor Robert i. For county posts Venemon. Candidates include Art Laurence Scherer a assessor Robert i. Venemon a auditor Margaret j. Donaldson d clerk Bruce e. Colemand and Clarence Birtey a third District county commissioner or. Lester , Coroner Gilbert c. Valley a and Brian a. Bakerr Torney Larry prosecuting at Coyle a and William h. Wiesler a sheriff Burrell f. Huber a and Harold Quick a treasurer James b. Gober non partisan District court judge and Arnold j. James non partisan for Lewis county Public Utility District commissioner. Candidates for state representative 2cth legislative District serving Lewis and part of Grays Harbor counties in dude Elmer Jas lad. Delmer Jastad Morton and Pelcer l. Cor candidates Hansen. D. Are and Julia r. C. Win a Centralia. Position no 1 and Hugh Kalich a Toledo and Warren Smith a Chehalis position no 2. For . Representative third congressional District the Butler skip Mccoy key r. There Are four candidates for . Senator. They Are Henry m. Jackson democratic party Charles w. Elicker Republican party William Bill Massey socialist workers party and Edison s. Pinky Fisk Buffalo party. Eight measures Trie eight measures include no. 251 state taxation to regulate imposition no. 256 prohibiting certain nonrefundable beverage Resce places ref. No. 20 changes in abortion Law ref. No. 21 outdoor recreation Bonds ref. No. 22 s t a t e building Bonds ref. No. 23 pollution control Bonds her no. 6 establishing voting age at 19, and her no. 42 revising Revenue limitations. Her no. 42 is the lax Reform Leasure. On the non partisan judicial ballot for our state supreme court judges and one court of appeals judge All unopposed candidates include Roberl t. Hunter for position no. 1 Marshall a. Neill position no. 2 Charles f. Stafford position no. 3 Charles t. Wright position no. 4, and Ralph Strong court of appeals division 2, District 3, position no. 1. Hal Boyle column human memory Akin to autumn by Hal Boyle new York a the human memory is like autumn a season of both recollection and premonition. It is also like autumn in that it is a Harvest. The Reward of Green and growing years is the Golden sheaf of memories one is left with in the Indian summer years of life. Your own memory crop is Bountiful if you can look Back and remember there really was t much need for an alarm clock because there was always a rooster somewhere in the neighbourhood to announce the Dawn. Many a Farmer made pin Money by hitching up his team of horses and charging sunday motorists to haul their stranded cars out of mud holes. Everybody in America seemed to Start munching Rai sins All at once after word was spread that they put More Iron in your system. During the flapper Era of the 1920 a women for the first time began to invade men s Barber shops thereby riling the old timers and forcing Barbers to hide their copies of the lurid police Gazette. The nation had More pot Bel lied Sloves than pot bellied peo ple. Sometimes the lights in a movie House were flashed on and the film stopped so the manager could come out and announce the show will not continue unless you kids in the front Row quit shooting Beans at the piano the Best Horseshoe Pitcher in a Small town was looked up to though he always seemed too Busy to find steady work. Many a Man who lived a Long life died in the same bed and same room he was born in. Neither babies nor dogs were expected to subsist on canned foods. The favorite pinup girls of permission needed Seattle a Parenta permission would be necessary to bus children under 3 Legisla live provision to the 1971-7 state budget state sen. Richard Marquardt a Seattle says will submit to the legislature tire proviso would forbid the use of state Money for Mand tory school busing unless the parents of the children involve give their authorization. Orld War ii Soldier was Fay Merson and Betty Grable. Kids when digging a backyard ave always conjured up Ream of going All the a rough the Earth and wondered i the first person they met o he other Side would sea chinese. Every child also hoped to be in first to catch any new Dis ease that appeared in his class. The most popular air conditioner in hot weather was a cardboard fan. The keyword of the american Credo was Security. Those were the ber party held by club the Skookum totem 4-h club t Centralia had a halloween and going away party along till its regular meeting oct. 1. The going away party was for irs. W. L. Gutschow a club advisor who will visit Australia n november. She was presented with a cake and gifts. The club made plans for designing its Flag. Members i i s c s e d having a club swimming party in Olympia. A Date was set for starting a sewing project. Attending were Lori Graham Ebby Cramer Lea Ann 3raham, Tami Burns Nancy Aadland Joyce Robillard and e s 1 i e Graham. Leaders present were mrs. Gordon Aadland mrs. Gutschow mrs. Jordon Graham and Kathy Robillard. There was one suitor mrs. Robert Cramer. Vehicle ban eyed Olympia a although it May take some time to close All the stale s beaches to vehicle traffic gov. Dan Evans said thursday he Hopes the 1971 legislature will succeed in Clos ing at least a few. I still favor an eventual ban to All vehicles but it is unlikely we will be Able to move to an absolute ban he said. At present Many Beach areas would be practically in accessible if vehicles were banned completely Evans said. Plans Call for development of Leadbetter Point state Park on the Long Beach Peninsula and the Purchase of Park Sites near Loomis Lake Copal is and Queets. Evans said the Legisla Ture would also be asked for Money for More parking areas. Doily chronicle so Turnoy oct. 24, 1970 famous chinese food 325 South the twice yearly chore of changing to and from Daylight time will be with us for decades to come so important that youngsters learn to Spring Forward and fall Danny and Arleta prepare for sunday s return be Standard time with the Aid of the mouse House. While seven year old Arleta holds her clock set at the Daylight time six year old Danny Points to his set one hour earlier on Standard according to the uniform time act of 1966, clocks should by turned Back one hour at 3 . On the last sunday in of Fotr. However if you Don t Grant to wait up until i o clock no will Tell if you turn yours Back when you be to bed saturday evening. Tonight listen and dance to the Mineral water at the Back door inn Washington . Cards checked or the door the place productions presents Shiloh Back at the place sot., oct. 24 halloween special Ralph featuring Burney Armstrong formerly with Merrilee Rush sat., oct. 31 t he Brown sugar Pillsbury sugar or chocolate Chip slice n bake assorted flavors in Glass quarts. Lady Elberta big to peaches Grapefruit glazed pumpkin cake Reg. I i chunk tuna Young sliced glazed cider cake Good Only at Fuller s Pillsbury instant breakfasts Maxwell House Coffee sliced Bacon with without Coupon 49c pkg limit Coupon customer. Coupon expires oct. 31, with Coupon without limit Coupon per customer. Coupon experts oct. 31, 1170 prices effective Sun. Thru tues., oct. 15-17. Store hours the thru Fri. 10 to 7. Centralia and Yard Birds i won. Thru sat. Sunday Centralia Chehalis and Yard Birds if to 7. Right to limit. No sales to dealers

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