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Morril officially one county two- Mrs. 17, month the Oakville the included Gib- the held Black Saturday fireworks i g h Democrat. Nine Die In State's Traffic Accidents By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Nine persons Hied in traffic accidents and three were drowned in Washington's long Fourth of July holiday weekend. The Stale Patrol had predicted predicted seven deaths from Traffic, beginning its count later than the 6 p. m. Thursday start of The Associated Press tally. Sunday's deaths were one from drowning and one in traffic. traffic. Louise Head, 17, of Spokane, drowned while swimming in a pond at the farm where she was spending Ihe Close, 28, of summer. Lance Bremerton, was killed at the outskirts of that city when his car struck a utility utility pole. There were Uiree deaths in traffic Friday and one youth -Patrick -Patrick Morris, 17, of Kent -died -died a day later of injuries received received in one of the Friday crashes. On July 4 a three-car crash n e a r ' Rochester in Thurston County killed Ejar Neilsen, (51, of Hoquiam and Mrs. Myra Genzel, Genzel, 45, Aberdeen, a passenger in his car. Robert Oehrliug, 27, of Spokane was killed when his car hit a bridge abulmenl in Stevens County near the town of Ford. Drowned were Anthony Didrich, Didrich, 2, of Everett in a creek near Granile Falls, and Garth M. Reeves of Seattle, a para- chutsil. Reeves missed his landing landing and fell into Lake Washing- Ion Avhile making a jump al the opening of a holiday program al San Point Naval Air Station. A 10th person, injured on the weekend, died early Monday. He was Harry J. Stroem, 20, at San Point Naval Air Station. Honroe, injured Saturday when .he car he was driving hit a tree 'our miles west of Monroe. Two ilher persons in the car were ess seriously injured. Stroem died in a Seatlle hospital of multiple injuries. A 5 - year - old Seattle girl Irowned in the swift Twisp River River Sunday afternoon about 15 miles west of Twisp. The child, Victoria Ivy Law, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Law, was playing with her father. He told officers he turned his head for ust a moment and Uie child disappeared. disappeared. She was found aboul 00 yards downstream in a log m. Pony Show Said Large A tolal of 325 ponies -- Uie greatest number ever recorded -- was judges! over the weekend in the annual Washington Pony Breeders Show al the Soulhwcsl Washington Fairgrounds, according according to Harry Patterson of Rochester Rochester ,show manager. Grand champion Shetland mare in the show was owned by Kelly Waller, Edmonds. The breeder was Ray Rakoz, Rochester. Rochester. Grand champion Shetland slallimi was owned by A. W. Emmons, Sherwood, Ore. George- North of Beaverton, Ore. exhibited the grand champion champion Welsh stallion and the mare was owned by Nancy Broith- aupt of Touchct, Wash., Rob- sail's Welsh Ponies. The exhibitor's trophy was won by Miss Carolyn Zimmerman

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  1. The Daily Chronicle,
  2. 06 Jul 1964, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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