Port Angeles Evening News from Port Angeles, Washington on April 16, 1968 · Page 21
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Port Angeles Evening News from Port Angeles, Washington · Page 21

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P«fl» 14-Peft An0*l*i Cvtnlng News, Tuesday, April 16, 1968 Calenda r TONlOHt NtUorftl Library week open tittitt, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 1 to 10 P.m. Public Invited. Licensed Practical Nurses meeting canceled. Postponed until April 29. Elks Crlbbage Club, temple, 1:30 p.m. Port Angeles Lodge 69, F 4AM, third degree, Masonic Tern. Pie, 7:30 p.m. Heart forum open to public, Peninsula College, 8 P.m. Community Players general meeting, Roosevelt Junior High, 8 p.m. Architect to dls- cuss playhouse plans. Women of Moose membership committee with Mrs. Ernest Rider, 8 p.m. Navy Mothers Club, Veterans Center, 8 p.m. Parents meet prlnclpaland counselors, high school, 8 p.m. For parents of Incoming sophomores or others new to high school. Port Angeles Junior Women's Club, 1105 S. H., 8 P.in. De- lorls Gress to speak. Toastmasters, Blrney's, 6:30 P.m. Stevens Junior High parent council meeting canceled. Losln Susans TOPS, 1418 W. 5th, 7 p.m. Safe Boating Instruction, Peninsula College lecture hall, 7:30 P.m. Class of 1943 reunion planning meeting, Elks boardroom, 7:30 p.m. All Interested welcome. Musical evangelistic team, Calvary Baptist Church, 7:30 p.m. Symphony Chorus rehearsal, high school music room, 7:30 P.m. Angeles Grange, hall, 8 p.m. Mrs. Lillian Keller to show her pictures of Portugal. All welcome. CR, PEO with Mrs. John Maler, 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY Olympic Personneland Guidance Council, Peninsula College, 1:30 p.m. Peninsula College film series, "The L-shaped Room" little theater, 7:30 p.m. Olympic Dahlia Society, Charles Field residence, 7:30 p.m. Olympic Peninsula Shrine Club, Blrney's Restaurant, 7:30 P.m. dinner to follow social hour. Entertainment. Elks Duplicate Bridge Club, monthly master point, lodge- room, 8 p.m. All players welcome. Port Angeles Camera Club, George L. Townsend home In Sim land, 8 p.m. Musical evangelistic team, Cal. vary Baptist Church, 7:30p.m. Crescent Grange social, hall, 8 p.m. Vietnam story. C la 11am County Democratic 3?i\ib, Literary Clubhouse, 8 p.m. Sen. Fred Dore to speak. Public Invited. Refreshments. THURSDAY Goldenagers, YMCA, 10 a.m. till 4 P.m. Olympic Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, doctors' lounge, 10 a.m. Altruistic 'Club with Mrs. Lizzie Van Scoyoc, noon luncheon. Merrltt Social Club potluck luncheon, Angeles Grange Hall, 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Alice Corbett hostess. In the service Seaman Gerald R. Gross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Gross, 826, E.lst St., has com. Pie ted basic training at the U.S. Naval Training Center, San Diego. He Is now spending a 14-day leave with his family In Port Angeles. Gerald graduated from Port Angele* High School in June of 1967 and enlisted In the Navy In October of 1967 In the Cache (12-day delay) Program. On Feb. 7, 1968 Gerald reported for act. Ivt) duty and was transferred to San Diego, Calif, for basic training. After his leave he will report back to San Diego for a school in electricity and electronics. ROYALTY CANDIDATE—Karyn Lackman, 19, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lackman, Rte. 3, Box 1175, Is one of seven candidates for Salmon Derby Days royalty. She Is sponsored by the Jaycees. Karyn Is majoring In English at Peninsula College where she Is a sophomore with a 3.0 grade point. She plans to teach In the secondary level and will transfer to Central Washington State College InSeptem- ber. She Is a past winner In the Olympic League debate tournament, Is active In the YMCA youth program, and was a teacher aide at Jefferson School last quarter.—Delnes Studio photo. Fire Station Ediz Hook Last year's Temperatures Tomorrow's High Low Pre. 49 3G .24 46 37 .21 51 33 T sunrise and sun- Alaska: Anchorage Fairbanks Juneau 41 38 48 35 17 34 set, 5:20 a.m. and 7:06 p.m. 24 hours to 4 a.m. Tuesday 4-16 High Low Pre. Pacific Northwest: Belllngham 49 36 .02 Boise 59 27 Hoquiam 49 32 Olympia 50 30 Omak 55 26 Seattle 52 35 Spokane 50 25 Vancouver, B.C. 49 33 Walla Wulla 54 36 Wenatchee 51 32 Yakima 55 27 National extremes, excluding Alaska, In 24 hours to 4 a.m. High 94 at Presidio, Tex. Low 16 at Butte, Mont. .08 .02 .03 Northwest Interior and South, west Interior -ClearlngTuesday night with lows about 30. Partly sunny Wednesday with highs 50. 55. Variable winds 10-15 miles an hour. Strait Juan de Fuca • Westerly winds 10 - 15 knots through Wednesday. Partly sunny. Inland Waters Western Washington — Variable winds 10-15 knots through Wednesday. Showers Tuesday evenlng.Partly sunny Wednesday. Western Washington -Clearing Tuesday night with lows in 30s. Partly sunny Wednesday with highs mostly in 50s. CLASSIFIED ADS BRING RESULTS Obituaries Mrs. Eric Bower Memorial services for Elea* nor W. Bower of Sequlm who died Monday In Port Angeles after an extended Illness at the age of 87 will be held Thursday at the Trinity Methodist Church In Sequlm at 2 p.m. Rev. Jerry Smith will conduct the service. Mrs. Bower was born In Allenford, Ont., Canada In 1880. She hadbeen a resident of Sequlm for the past four years having come to the area from Hamilton Ont, She was the widow of Eric Bowers who was Commissioner of Finance for the City of Hamilton. Mrs. Bower was a member of the Trinity Methodist Church In Sequlm, the Leisure Hour Club and the Dungeness Community Club. Mrs. Bower Is survived by a daughter Mrs. Lillian McKeaque of Sequlm, two sisters, Mrs. Earl Wilson of Sault St. Marie, Mich., and Mrs. George Me- Intosh of Allenford, Ont. Also surviving are two grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Harper Funeral Home Is In charge of funeral arrangements. Mrs. Mable I. Lawrence Mrs. Mabel L. Lawrence, 76, 825 E. Fifth, died In Port Angeles Saturday after an extended Illness. Funeral services will be held at the Washington Memorial Funeral Home In Seattle later this week. Local arrangements are under the direction of Harper Funeral Home. Mrs. Lawrence was born In Delta, Colo., In 1891. She had been a resident of the Port Angeles area for the past two years. She moved here from Arizona. Her husband died In Port Angeles In 1967. Mrs. Lawrence was a member of the Seattle Presbyterian Church. She Is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Vlra Konapaskl of Seklu, Mrs. Donna M. Walken of Beaver and Mrs. Beverly Holmqulst of Seattle. A brother, W.L. Bfgelow and a sister, Mrs. Vlra Paris both of Seattle also survive. Also surviving are five grandchildren and one great grandchild. Battelle-Northwest reschedules tests The dye tests originally scheduled for early April to study tidal flow Into and out of Sequlm Bay have been rescheduled for Thursday und Friday, April 18 and 19, according to Georgo Sawyer, coordinator of Marino Science and Technology for Battelle-Northwest. The tests were postponed until questions about possible de- trlmental effects of the dye on the commercial value of shellfish could be resolved, Sawyer said. The dye to bo used In tho tests, Khodamlne B, is harm, less to aquatic life and humans In the concentrations to be used In the study. It has been used In similar studies throughout the nation and Us use for such studies Is approved by tho U.S. Public Health Service. Current regulations of the Food and Drug Administration state that a detectable amount of Rhodamlne B In clams ship, ped In Interstate commerce will render them subject to seizure. "It Is our understanding that the reason small amounts of Rhodamlne B are not permitted In clams Is because this dye can be used to artificially color food, rather than because of Its toxlclty," Sawyer said. "It Is evident that small quantities of this dye are not toxic, since Its use to color lipstick Is wide. spread and approved by federal authorities," he stated. "Nevertheless, when a ques- tkm was raised about the effects of the dye on the value of commercial shellfish , we thought It prudent to recheck the Itchnical aspects of plans for the tests. This review confirmed our original position that we can safely proceed with the tests," Sawyer stated. The plans for this week's study have been reviewed with the Washington State Pollution Control Commission. A Commission representative will be present during the tests to observe that public Interests are being considered. Construction of Battelle- Northwest's Marine Science Laboratory at Sequlm Bay will bo- gin thlssummer.Flrstconstruc- tkm will Include tanks where ma- rlne organisms will be kept In ocean water. More Information than Is presently available about tidal currents at the mouth of Sequlm Bay Is needed to complete design for the intake and outfall for these tanks. The dye studies will provide the Information needed. Five men arraigned in court Several arraignments were held Monday In Clallam County Superior Court with Judge Joseph H. Johnston presiding. Walter B. Humphreys, 37 of Forks pleaded not guilty to a charge of grand larceny. He Is being held In the county jail In lieu of lall. No trial date was set. The court appointed an attorney for Michael Hanson, 19, of Neah Bay who was charged with second degree burglary. He did not enter a plea. Floyd Mack, 21, also of Neah Bay entered a Plea of guilty to charges of second degree burglary. He Is charged on the same complaint as Hanson. Mack was released on his persona] recognizance to await a pre-sentence Investigation. Hanson is In the county Jail. Chauncey E. Grant, 35, of Browning, Mont., pleaded gull- ty to a charge of first degree forgery. He will be sentenced after a pre-sentence Investigation. He Is being held In the county jail. A Boise, Idaho man, Richard H. Corta, 27, pleaded not guilty to charges of second degree assault. No trial date was set. He Is being held In the county jail, in lieu of bull. LINCOLN THEATRE 451 1991 Shoplifting, ch«ck clinic set by chamber RETIRING SOON C. B. Petersen ONP engineer to retire The retirement of Clifford B 0 Petersen as park engineer at Olympic National Park on April 29 has been announced by Super- Intendent Bennett T 0 Gale. Petersen has over 38 years of government service, Including 18 years at Olympic National Park and 20 years previously with the Bureau of Public Roads at Portland. He came to Olympic National Park as Bureau of Public Roads resident engineer on the first Heart O' the Hills road contract In 1950 and then transferred toOlymplc National Park. While he was at Olympic most of the park developments have been accomplished, Including Improvements at Headquarters, Hurricane Ridge, Soleduck, Hoh rain forest, Qulnault, and the ocean beaches. The maintenance of all park physical facilities has been his responsibility. Petersen and his wife Charlotte will retain their home In Port Angeles but Intend to travel extensively In a trailer. His hobbles Include gardening, fish. Ing, hiking, and photography. Makahs bar hippies from reservaf 10 n NEAH BAY— The Makah Trl. bal Council has passed a resolution authorizing the fire department to work on broken wa. ter mains In unoccupied dwellings after property owners have been notified of the break. The council has taken under consideration a need for jailers and matrons at the Neah Bay Jail. The employes will be paid by the hour. Quarters will be available for them In trailers adjacent to the jail. Resolutions for two timber sales, Makah Salvage No. 1 and Middle Creek, have been approved by the tribal council. A request that hippies be kept off the Makah Reservation was made by Mrs. Alberta Thomp. son. She was assured that the council would take Immediate action to bar hippies. Vital statistics DIVORCES GRANTED: Chetta C. Sullenberger from John R. Sullenberger Margaret W. Dwyer from James P. Dwyer. John R. Neal from Sara H. Neal. Nora Plckernell from Kenneth D. Plckernell. Wllma J. Miles from Gary E. Miles. MARRIAGE LICENSE: John A. Miller, 24, Rt. 2, Box 576 to Connie L. Max, 21, 114 E. Third. Fredrlc R. Ackenhausen, 31, 313 S. Cherry to Carol L. Gull, lettl, 29, Seattle. A shoplifting and bad check clinic will be held Tuesday, April 23, under the sponsorship of the Retail Merchants Division of the Chamber of Commerce. Employees of Chamber members and employees of non.Charnber business men and women are Invited to attend. Fred Lugar, executive director of the Washington Retail Council, and the man Instrumental in the passage of the state's newest shoplifting law, will conduct the clinic and discuss the "Do's and Don'ts" on cashing checks. Employers wishing to have their personnel take the course should call the Chamber office at 452-2363, to register their employees and/or themselves. The clinic will be presented three times a day If enough register, starting with a breakfast at 7:30, a session at 10 or 10:30 a.m. A definite session should be specified when reservations are made. Tentative arrangements have been made at Harrington's for the three sessions. It has been noted that one of every 60 retail customers will shoplift; that shoplifting cost American retail business more than $4 billion last year and that shoplifting losses can amount to one per cent to five per cent of total gross volume. Police Chief Harry Kochaneck will appear on the program and It Is hoped the city attorney or a representative of the prosecuting attorney's office will be available to answer questions. WWI veterans plan program on heritage An American Heritage Appreciation program will be presented at 8 P.m. Thursday In the Port Angeles High School auditorium under sponsorship of the Americanism committee of the Veterans of World War I. The purpose, according to Guy Stlckney, Americanism committee chairman, Department of Washington, Veterans of World War I, Is "to Inspire all citizens to renew their faith and loyalty to their country and to show their appreciation." Stlckney will be master of ceremonies. Kathy Baskins, winner of the State VFW essay contest and a senior In the high school, will read "The American's Creed." Copies of the creed will be provided for each classroom In Port Angeles schools. Also participating In the program will be the Port Angeles High School Pops Choir. The Rev. Harold Sorter, of First Methodist and Congregational Church, will give the Invocation. Local news in brief Car stripped Jack Hahn of Bethel, notified the sheriff's office Monday his car was stripped last week while parked at a service station east of Port Angeles. Five tires, two batteries, a generator, a starter, carburetor, Intake manifold, coll and distributor were taken from the car. Gas cap William Maynard, 110 E. Park, told city police Monday of the theft of his gas cap from his car Saturday night. Boat entered Don Osterberg, 221 W. 10th, told city police Monday his boat at the boat haven was entered since the end of March. Some beer and fishing gear was stolen. The thieves also tried to start the boat's motor but ran down the battery. Nude man City police received a report early this morning a man was running around without any clothes on near Fifth and Chase streets. Police checked the area but could not find the man. Hit and run A car owned by Fred Forsell, 1425 W. Seventh, was damaged Monday when It was hit by another car while parked on East Front Street according to city police. The other car left the scene of the accident. Vandalism The sheriff's office Is Inves. tigatlng attempted arson at a house owned by Lauren Rankin on the Glass Road. Rankin lives in the Seattle area. The culprit soaked a mop In gas or oil and lit It. The mop did not Ignite the building. PUD meeting Clallam County PUD commls. s loners will meet 8 p.m. today ENDSTONITE! Local man takes over Thailand gulf command J, Lyle Beam, fnc. 215 N. Laurel Port Angeles, Wash. Coast Guard Commander Adrian L. Lonsdale of Port Angeles has relieved Commander Norman J. Venske as Comma n. der, Gulf of Thailand Survell- lance Group, and Fourth Coastal Zone Naval Advisor. The change of command ceremony was held at the Fourth Coastal Zone headquarters on this mid-gulf Island where some 20 U.S. Navy "Swift" boats and nine Coast Guard 82-foot cutters are based. The overall assignment of the U.8, and Vietnamese patrol craft is to prevent the infiltration of enemy troops or supplies into South Vietnam from seaward. The patrol areas extend from the lower Mekong Delta, around the Ca Mau Peninsula and up to the Cambodian border. Commander Lonsdale will be in command of all U.S. Naval Forces in the zone and will act as advisor to the Vietnamese commander. Cdr. Lonsdale reported to Viet, nam from duties as commanding officer of the Coast Guard Cut- ttr Vigilant operating out of New Bedford, Mass. He is a Coast Guard Academy graduate with 18 yt*r* service. He tot served in CMDR. A. L. LONSDALE the First Coast Guard District, Boston, and Headquarter's Pub- lie Information Division, Wash. ington, D.C. He has served on the cutters Winoiia, Sebago, and was the commanding officer of the General Greene. He attended the Armed Forces Staff College in Norfolk, Va. from 1965 to 1966. Cdr. Lorisdale Is married to the former Miss Jane H. Swett of Arlington, Mass, who Is now residing with their three children In Mattapolsett, Mass. PANAVI8ION AND METROCOLOR ewHUKON Open 5:45 - Shows From 6 p.m. robert wagner- raquel welch • godfrey Cambridge, - rue biggest bundle of them air ptn«i$ion' mitrocolor CHANNELS 7 & 12 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 16 Sponsored by Starts TOMORROW! ' -** A m Z*" 1 tl»J >• i ...\ of tlie 20th CENTURY FOX PANAVISION* COLOR by DeLUXE RESTRICTED TO MATURE AUDIENCES 16 & OVER WEEK NITES & SATURDAY - BOX OFFICE OPEN 6:30 -"VALLEY OF THE DOLLS" WILL SHOW P.M. th - lop Uscar Winner: VALLEY «••* 'Dirty Dozen' Adults 1.00-Child. SOc COMING: Valley of the Dolls Sound of Music IT A 600V IP£A 18 YOUR A PAPLY £OATep foM6U£ HAR00R MANY BACTERIA THAT HALIT04I4. 0RU4HW6 YOUR PAILY WILL HELP ELIMINATE at the Gales Addition office for their regular weekly meeting. Meeting canceled A meeting of the Practical Nurses Association scheduled for tonight has been canceled. The next meeting will be held April 23. Convention The spring convention for Washington Circuit No. 1 of Jehovah's Witnesses will open May 10. The Port Angeles congregation will journey to Tacoma for the three-day meeting which will be held in the Jason. Lee Junior High School. First aid class An American Red Cross first aid class will be held at 7 p.m., April 22, at 809 S. Chase, it will be standard and advanced and including medical self help, for information call Bill Biallk, 457. 4833. Special meeting A special meeting of the Port of Port Angeles commissioners will be held 11 a.m. Wednesday to discuss general port business. Hospital Board The Board of Commissioners of Olympic Memorial Hospital will meet Wednesday night at 8 p.m. in the Doctor's Library at the hospital. Health Captulci givtt helpful information. It it not intended to be of a diagnoitic nature. In service Wlllard K. Cargo, Jr., Ion of Mr. and Mrs. Willard K.Car- go, 1601 East 3rd. St., Port An. geles, has enlisted In the United States Marine Corps 120 dayde. lay program and will report to Seattle for assignment to active duty with the Washington State Evergreen platoon on July 13. He will receive eight weeks of recruit training at San Diego, California and two weeks of training at Camp Pendleton, California. At the completloitipf the two weeks training, he be assigned to Aviation fo schooling. Willard- Is a se at Port Angeles high school tid will graduate June, 1968. ; Merle D. Jacobson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Normand Jacob. son, of 927 East Bryson St., Port Angeles, has enlisted Into the Marine Corps formal schools aviation program. He Is now receiving recruit training at San Diego, Calif. Merle is a 1966 graduate of Port Angeles high school and attended one year of college at Yakima Valley Jr. College. Tax extension WASHINGTON (AP) — North Carolina taxpayers have until midnight tonight to file their 1967 federal income tax returns — a 24-hour extension'" over the time allotted taxpayers In the other 49 states. They had the additional day because North Carolina is the only state where April 15th was a state holiday, Easter Monday. OPEN NITES THIS WEEK 'TIL 8 p.m All Rustcroft Cards, Giftwrap, etc. Vi Price FRY DRUG 515 E. 1st 4S7 3381 WILL BE (hit • i (tin i 'i n i*jH -uftli • Starting April "In the Heot of the Night" ALL DAY WED

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