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Daily Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1966, Centralia, WashingtonCentralia Chehalis Washington cents a for o Nocle monday sept. 26, 1966 14 pages 75th year no 227 Viet bombs silence red gunners Saigon South Viet a . Bomber pilots re ported silencing 10 antiaircraft gun positions in North Viet sunday along a main rail line to communist China. During 127 bombing raids in the North . Fliers also at tacked four surface to air mis Sile Sites including one Only nine Miles Northeast of Hanoi. Navy attack bombers reported destroying a North vietnamese torpedo boat 50 Miles Northeast of Haiphong in the Tonkin Gulf. Ground fighting in South Viet dwindled to Small and scattered actions after a week end in which ., South Viet namese and korean forces re Miracle baby lives Austin Texas a a baby weighing barely More than a Pound is being called a Mira Cle baby at Brackenridge hos Pital. Janice Rose Teague was born aug. 30, three months Prema Ture weighing one Pound 5% ounces. Her weight dropped once to one Pound one ounce. Now it is one Pound Vuk ounces. Although she is still on the critics list doctors told the Austin american sunday night that the premature baby hav ing lived this Long has a reason ably Good Chance of growing it s said the Hospital administrator Ben to Bias. There have been few problems. She has had some oxygen but not very much and has tolerated her feedings very Well. It s the smallest baby born Here since records have been the parents or. And mrs Floyd Teague had withheld Public announcement of the birth. I m so said the baby s 18-year-old Mother am i believe by god s Grace my baby is going to make it. It s just a Miracle she is still alive. Doctors have told the family it will be at least three months before the baby can leave the Hospital. Etc Date still stalled educational television sets in four Eastern Lewis county schoo districts Are Blank while negotiations continue to obtain Lam for two towers. Also needed be fore the Etc network can begin operation is Federal communications commission approval of some changes in the operation. This word came Monda morning from William Stefon director of the program. The Legal papers Are being worked out with seven diff Cren people on whose land we would either Cross or erect the twi Stefon said. The towers will be needed to assure a signal for All school in Mossyrock Morton w h i t i pass and Onalaska school districts. West Tacoma newsprint own land on Hopkins Hill that woul be used As a Tower site and the second Tower would be located near Glenoma on land owner by Louis Meyer Lefon said and we cannot be sure Whei acc permission will i will Lefon adde that everyone seems most favourable and cooperative and think things Are moving Alon he said no set Date of beginning Etc could Turrell be foreseen. Late news bulletins Washington a the Senate passed a Bill today to Lvi Legal unction to the pro posed merger of the National and american football leagues Bill patted in routine a Talon without now to the House. New York a sen Ruiell b. Long d-la., said today High interest Ratet Are major Factor in riling lev ing Cotta and could Lead m country Inlo a major Sion. Fog Sun mostly foggy Early tue scr partly sunny in afternoon. High 63-68 Low 50-55. Complete weather in 2, irked nearly 300 Viet Cong and Orth vietnamese killed. During the raids Over the Orth a . Air Force f105 Lunde chief was shot Down and the Pilot is missing. It was e 386th plane reported lost in e War Over North Viet Nam. The antiaircraft gun positions locked out by air Force Thun kerchiefs were part of a Chain protecting the Northeast rail artery 50 to 55 Miles Northeast the red capital a . Rakes Man said. Navy planes from the aircraft Irriger Coral sea attacked three am Sites in the Thanh Hoa and the spokesman said key heavily damaged All three be fourth missiles site nine Liles from Hanoi was pounded y air Force bombers. . Marines operating near be demilitarized zone Between North and South Viet re ported a possible kill of 60 North vietnamese army regulars in a fierce fight leathernecks saturday. The were hard hit themselves reporting moderate casualties. In a predawn attack Over the demilitarized zone sunday air Force b52 bombers hammered North vietnamese infiltration routes and Supply and storage areas. . Sources reported three helicopters lost in South Viet sunday one by enemy ground fire one by . Artillery fire and the other in a crash. Two crewmen were killed and two injured when one helicopter crashed in a mine Field Al Bien Hoa. Two persons aboard a Heli copter knocked Down by ground fire 21 Miles Southeast of Saigon were injured. Flood Waters continued to Rise in the Mekong Delta reaching rooftops in some sections of the hard hit provinces of Chau Doc an Giang Kien Phong and Kien Tuong. Some vietnamese have been made homeless and thousands More face evacuation but no deaths have been reported. The first armed forces Tel Evl Sion station in a combat zone in Viet was formally opened in a tape cutting ceremony Sun Day at qui Nhon. The station which eventually will operate 56 hours a week will beam news and american television pro Grams to some . Troops in the area. Sgt. Robert a. Martin of Albuquerque n.m., program director said we expect to have Batman in two weeks. Republicans formulate own anti poverty plan Washington a re introduced this week is a con publicans Are ready with their in anti poverty plan today Asle administration s much criticized program finally reached he House floor. House Republican Leader Erald r. Ford says the gop Ian would Cost the government Ess than half As much. The Michigan Republican said i an interview the gop s so alled equal Opportunity Bill would Cost about billion of a Titch million would be Aid by state and local govern ments and private Industry. The administration Bill which Rould carry the War on poverty nto its third year would Cost 1.75 billion All in Federal funds. Ford said the gop plan Crete example of the republicans drive to Cut Federal spend ing. He said cuts Are imperative because of the Johnson Humphrey inflation we re faced with because of excessive spending out of the Federal Ford declined to speculate on the gop Bill s chances for enactment. Democratic House leaders predict the administration Bill will pass by a narrow margin in spite of rough opposition. Ford announced the Republican plan saturday at a news conference in grand rapids Mich. The administration Bill comes to the House floor after a Long delay while Congress is working Forest Cash plan study scheduled re examination of Forest serv be payments to counties in lieu f taxes will be the topic of a congressional subcommittee meeting in Spokane next saturday. Curt Back Lewis county commission chairman said Mon Day he had received not Ifica Ion of the meeting from rep. Ulia Butler Hansen third Dis Rich congresswoman. The meeting will be conducted by the Forest subcommittee of the . House of represent a Ives committee on agriculture. Lep. Thomas Foley will be chairman. Lewis county this month received a Check for a amount. The Money rep resents 25 percent of receipts rom resources and uses of National forests. The bulk is based on Timber sales. Lewis county roads and schools generally split the Check 80-50. Because of action taken by the 1965 state legislature schools will lose 55 percent of their share when the state with holds that amount from state school funds to the county. Based on this year s receipts the county s Road department would receive if we lost Road funds we d be in Trou Back said. The county commission chair Man said he planned to attend the saturday meeting and hoped other commission members also would attend. Back said he would Contact the county s slate legislators attend. And invite them to Community Survey planned in Oakville on several major Bills in a drive toward mid october adjourn ment. If they can squeeze it in House leaders also want to be passage of one of presiden Johnson s anti inflation Meas ures. It would suspend the 7 be cent investment credit for Industry and certain tax advantageous depreciation formulas. Water use curtailed Mossyrock Low Wate apply will apparently exclude additional trailers from Thi own Percy h. Birley owne f the Mossyrock waterworks Aid monday. The state has recommended we do he said. High Low there Are close to 100 Trai in town. Due to limited sup by of water and the need 1 keep the Reservoir full for fir Protection and school use w have ruled that no additional trailers will be hooked onto the water system unless other Trai is create workers connected with the Ilo Syrock dam project account or most trailers in the area. We drilled for Birle Aid but did not get enough i pay for the sprinkling has also been restricted due to Low water sup ply in Mossyrock Birley said divers Well paid los Angeles Appe in who joke about deep be divers starting at the top a not know How accurate they a divers May be the highe Jaid class of Petroleum indu by employees a divers unit Oakville this Community will be the site of a self search Survey designed to identify the desires opinions needs Aud goals of residents Accord ing to Gary Carl president of the Oakville Community improvement association. Drink use trips 21 a total of 21 persons mostly minors at a dance Hall West of Chehalis were arrested Over the weekend for the misuse of liquor. Lewis county sheriff s officers made the crackdown saturday night. In other cases Ronald Fred Rick Drewes in Centralia was arrested Early saturday by state troopers on a Drunken driving charge. While in custody he was served a warrant charging hit and run driving. Chehalis police said he allegedly hit a parked truck belonging to John Mccracken at the Corner of Brace and Cedar streets. The truck was pushed into some Shrub Bery at Mccracken s Home. An estimated damage was caused to the vehicle and pro Perty. Drewes posted bail on the Drunken driving charge Anc another on the hit and rur count pending Chehalis Justice court trials every Home in the Oakville school District will be visited during oct. 4-6, Carl Saia. The Survey he added is the first step in a Long Range pro ram of self study and co operative action being conducted locally with guidance from he University of Washington Bureau of Community develop ment. The Survey is not a Carl said. No personal ques Lions will be asked. There Wil be no infringement of privacy and no names will be recorded the improvement association conducted a Public meeting Las week at which it was decided to conduct the Survey. A tall committee has been appointee to compile information gathered and this information will be sent to the University s Bureau of Community development which will in turn prepare a re port that will be presented to Oakville residents in the Nea future Carlson said. Monday traffic death Box score Olympia a slats patrol traffic toll up to monday. Traffic deaths to this year 557. Same Tyrne last year 515. Last 72 Hourt t. Official says. Keith coffin Union Secretary treasurer offers this evidence pay starts at a Day. It s possible to earn a Day a year. Last summer divers working at offshore drilling Sites in alas a were paid on each dive for each foot of depth they reached Down to 100 feet. By the time the diver reached 200 feet he was making a foot. The rate went up at 300 feet and 400 feet proportionately. Many divers in Alaska were guaranteed a month. They average 20 dives a month and a half hour on each dive. Erhard Johnson set trip Washington a presi ent Johnson and Chancellor Uci wig Erhard of West Ger Nany conferred for nearly two ours today on nato Trade Pace and other questions and greed to Fly together to Cape Kennedy fla., tuesday. The trip is a followup on their ast session in november when he two men talked Over the possibility of american German operation in the peaceful Civ Ian exploration of space so hey Are going to take a first and look at the Center of . Activity at Cape Kennedy. This was the fifth meeting of he two. White House press Sec Eta by Bill d. Moyers said they conferred alone for an hour and half and then joined key cab net and other advisers in the Cabinet room for a joint report n their discussions. Moyers said Johnson and or lard went into political and Mil Ary matters in relation to the question of whether Germany will fulfil obligations o buy billion Worth of Mil tary hardware by next june 30, Rade and space matters. Erhard went to the while House from a state department meeting with Secretary of state Jean Rusk and Secretary of defense Robert s. Mcnamara. The Chancellor who arrived n Washington saturday in ered the White House through an Entrance out of sight of news men. White House press Secre Larj 3ill d. Moyers said the unusual practice had no significance except to keep the visit info Erhard reportedly planned to ask Johnson to postpone Bonn s agreement to buy billion Worth of . Military equip ment in the two years ending next june 30. Sunday Erhard conferred with Rusk and undersecretary of state George w. Ball. The Chancellor reportedly Tol the . Officials that West Ger Many is unable to pay mor than 50 per cent of the Mil lion obligation each year to Hel defray the Cost of keeping 000 troops of the . Arm in Germany. Smith leads vote count with 90 percent of the sep1 20 primary election vote official canvassed it appeared Mon Day that Chehalis Warre Smith has won Over Harry a Siler Randle As Republican no Minee for position no. 1 in the state representative race. Mrs. Bess Chapman Centra Lia canvassing Board chairman said 16 More Absentee ballot came in monday morning s Mai but according to the voting trend of the 285 Absentee ballot in mrs. Chapman believed ther would he no change in the or Mary election results. The canvass was expected t be completed monday afternoon in other Post election activity two More candidates file statements of election Campaign expenses with the county and Tor. They were auditor Robe j. Venemon who listed spent in campaigning and Cler Margaret j. Donaldson w h spent the first Cand Date to file expense statement was Ray Hayes candidate of prosecutor. He spent special session Winlock set the Winloc town Council will hold a sped meeting at 8 p.m., wednesday at the Community building adopt a Resolution the Wou place the first Street ditching proposition on the nov. 8 be eral election ballot. Typhoon disaster kills 211 in Japan ship blown ashore the 200-mile-an-hour winds of typhoon Ida Jutoku Maru ashore outside Yokohama bar which caused enormous damage when it Hlf Central Japan sunday the freighter Tokyo a hundreds of Bor South of Tokyo a wire photo olice and soldiers were pressed nto disaster duly today to clean p the debris restore communications and dig out the dead no americans rom the worst typhoon to hit Jared. Apan in seven years. A third big typhoon Ida smashed into the was churning Mcartland of Japan the Tokyo and my. Fuji area Early sunday Philo typhoon Helen was still eating Southern Japan with Ess ferocity. National police Headquarters Aid the latest count was 211 Ead 103 missing and nearly 00 injured. Damage to . Military installations was Esti mated at More than million. Government officials estimate d japanese damage at More ban million. . Role it was the highest typhoon casualty loll since died near Nagoya on sell. 26, 1959. . Army Headquarters said no americans were badly in typhoon june in the Pacific. Weathermen said it might approach Japan thursday if it stays on its present course. The weekend typhoons and particularly Ida caused multimillion Dollar damage including 60 per cent of the Pear and grape crops in Yamanashi prefecture site of it. Fuji Salty rain carried by the typhoon also did widespread dam age to harvests. Ida hurled the most violent winds Ever recorded by Japa Nese weathermen 202-mile gusts at the top of it. Fuji. Meanwhile in the Atlantic tropical storm Inez grew into a Hurricane today and roared to Ward the Leeward islands with lop winds of 80 Miles an hour. The weather Bureau hoisted Hurricane warnings Over the Leeward at the East end of the Caribbean sea from Marie Galante to Antigua. It was expected to strike the Leeward sometime tuesday then threaten Purto Rico. The Hurricane was entered 350 Miles cast of Guadeloupe and g75 Miles East Southeast of san Juan. It was still Miles East Southeast of the Florida coast. Help asked in peace talks United nations by. A the Deputy prime min ister of Malaysia asked All other . Members today to help get a peace conference of the immediate Partis to the War in Viet Nam. Speaking in the Assembly s general debate Abdul Razak also urged u than of Burma to continue As . Secretary Gen eral hailed the recent end of Indonesia s lays a and War against a welcomed Indonesia s impending return to the United nations. Deploring communist China s demands for a reorganized United nations kazak said for Mosa should be allowed to re main a member of the United nations while Mainland China could be admitted to this organization if she so to us in Southeast he declared the Viet conflict poses a real and proximate threat to the peace Progress Are employed on Mossyrock project unemployment in Lewis county is up slightly Over the same time a year ago according to a monday report from Hugh s. Allen of the Centralia office of the Washington stale employ ment Security department. Allen went Over the employ ment picture in the area and said that unemployment claims had risen slightly at summer s end As seasonal jobs in Agri culture food processing and lumber ended. For the week ending sept. 17, unemployment stood at 4.7 per cent compared with 4.1 a year ago. The state average is a. Allen broke Down the Job Pic Ture Inlo three ber and related Wood products construction and agriculture. In lumber anticipated in creases in jobs after school did not develop because of a de Clining lumber and plywood Market. Some firms have reduced production because the Market for Peeler logs is poor. Several weeks said Allen May pass before new government financing for housing is Felt. Employment at Mossyrock dam lakes the construction spot Light. In All almost men Are employed in relation to dam construction. John Deen of Tacoma City Light said 800 Are employed in dam construction itself. This figure has remained fairly constant Deen said. About 400 More employees Are spread out along a 30-mile path he added from Brush cleaners in Kosmos to workers on hatchery construction below Mayfield dam. Frank and Smith manager of major projects division said con Crete pouring for dam and powerhouse Al the Mossyrock Sile has been accelerated and is go ing Well the fish he added Are expected to be ready for the projected Colwitz River runs. In agriculture Lewis county s Corn Harvest is nearing an end. Simple space tasks suggested space Center Tex. 11 space Walker Richard Gordon revealed today he was tired and had a pretty High heart rate even before he started his fatiguing stroll in orbit. He told a news conference that space walking should be confined to relatively simple tasks until better restraint equipment is developed to help Man keep his position while at Woik in orbit. Gordon said what he thought would be a 30-second task of tying gemini u to an Agena with a 100-foot Cord turned out to be a monumental task of about .10 his walk in space during the record smashing flight of gemini 11 was eventually Cut Short because he worked so Bard sweat poured Down his face Inlo his eyes. We have to keep tasks Sim he said so that they can be done with one hand until we develop some sort of re if you can provide proper restraints so he can use both hands i think the nuts and bolts operation vill come by natural he added. Eventually we will be Able to do he said he and his flying part Ner Navy cmdr. Charles con Rad jr., got about two hours ahead of time in preparations for the stroll and considered asking officials to let cmdr. Gor Don begin one orbit Early. So essentially i was Selling there with no Gordon said noting that he was already bundled up just wailing in his Bulky spacesuit. At this Point he was off the spaceship s Cool ant system and the pressure suit environment system was not yet turned on. They stopped the preparations and Gordon went Hack to the spacecraft system for Cool ing. As , he said i was tired and had a pretty High heart rate before we opened the Gordon said he really got lived while straddling the nose of the gemini 11 while it was linked to an Agena rocket they had captured in the world s quickest rendezvous. He looped the Cord from did Agena to the gemini for a later formation flight Experiment. He called this the biggest Shock of my Gordon explained that in Sim Iila Lions on Karlh he could do the Experiment in about 30 seconds but found it difficult in space to sit on the nose of the spaceship and use both hands i was unable to sit on the spacecraft like i had done in Zero a aircraft he said. It Kepi floating astronauts use air planes or Earth to take Steep diets Anc simulate weightlessness for Briel periods. All i had done in about 3c seconds in simulations out to be a monumental task o about 30 Gordon said it was easy to perform in training but was really work in safely and Security of the whole Razak said Malaysia would continue to Lake every Neces Ary and appropriate initiative Ipen to it on a comprehensive ill asian basis to seek an asian solution to the ii should be left to he Par ies involved to find a formula o solve their problems and our efforts should be directed solely bringing them together not o suggest much less impose a Razak said. Razak foreign minister Nunal Khotan of Thailand and philippine foreign Secretary Ramos last month in 17 asian countries to make joint Appeal to the warring orces in Viet for a peace us and honorable settlement reached at an asian conference. South Viet endorsed Tho Scace move North Viet ind communist China rejected accidents Hurt Trio two persons were injured in to one car accidents sunday afternoon in the same area South of Chehalis on the Pacific High Vay. State troopers said Michael l. Arson Driver Hoquiam and Michael r. Hart Hoquiam a passenger in his car received cuts and brushes when Parson s pickup truck sideswiped a con Crete Post rolled end for Senrt and sideways and then Over turned. The 1965-Model vehicle was listed a total loss. The two men were taken to the St. Helen a spinal for treatment. Mathew Hazidakis Seattle was uninjured when the trailer be was towing hit the Colwitz River Bridge near Toledo on the freeway. John a. Mulkey Hoquiam received cuts and bruises when he ran his 1964-Modei pickup truck Inlo the Side of an eastbound Union Pacific train on the Centralia to Elma Highway one half mile North of Centralia Satur Day evening. Mulkey was taken to Centralia general Hospital for treatment. In pay boost asked Seattle a gov. Dan Evans was asked monday to use the governor s emergency fund to boost salaries of registered nurses at state institutions. The Washington state nurses association Here asked salaries for beginning registered nurses be raised to at least present slate institution Sala Ries Are for graduate nurses and for nurses the association said

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