The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 12, 1952 · Page 3
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NEWS BRIEFS Collision Fatal to Husband and Spouse VANCOUVER _ A Seattle man and his wife were killed in a head- on collision Wednesday night 13 miles north of here. Coroner Paul Mylan Idenllticd (Hem as Harold Joseph Dagyett 41. killed outright, and his wife! Mabel, who died six hours later at a hospital here. Mr. and Mrs. Luciano Gasparo San Francisco, occupants of the other car, suffered critical injuries. Ambulance Wrecked ABERDEEN--Injured in a woods accident at Mayr brothers logging camp, victor Plovie ot Aberdeen narrowly escaped further injuries early Wednesday afternoon when the ambulance in which he was riding was involved in a collision while en route to the hospital. The collision between the ambulance operated by John Shea and a car driven by Dr. Milton Gra- ham occurred at the Intersection of Williams and Sunnier streets. No one was injured in the wreck. PJovi, who was suffering a skull fracture received at the camp, was transferred to another ambulance and taken to St. Joseph hospital. Boih the ambulance and Dr. Graham's car were badly damaged. Dr. Graham had several passengers, including his grandchildren, Join DST Ranks MONIES A NO--The city council, by a vote of 4-2 Tuesday night, cast, its lot with Aberdeen, Raymond and South Bend to go on daylight saving time. By proclamation of Mayor Ed Engen the clocks will be advanc- B A B Y SHOES B R O N Z E D PAIR '/2 PRICE WE NEED SAMPLES: Bring in two pair of Baby Shoej . . . we Bronze one pair and keep the other pair for samples. OFFER GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JUNE 13 and 14 ONLY! Mail Orde« Accepted. Add 25c to price. STURDY PHOTO and GIFT SHOP 882 Market Si. --CHEHALIS-- Phone 8-8344 ed an hour »l midnight Saturday and will be effective through The proclamation method was chosen after it was pointed out that an ordinance would require a lapse of ten days before it would become effective. Sheriff* To Convene ABERDEEN-Horsemanship and law enforcement will be combined on Grays Harbor this sveekend when Uie Washington Slate Sheriffs' association and sheriff's posses meet in a joint convention. Sheriffs and possemen will bring more than 300 horses to lake part in an all-mounted parade and riding competitions. All 11 of the stale's active posse groups wilj be represented, with 500 possemen ' and sheriffs expected for the sessions Friday, Saturday snd Sunday. Both associations will hold annual business sessions, but from ttie public viewpoint, highlights will be a mounted parade through Aberdeen and Hoquiam Saturday morning and riding events Saturday and Sunday afternoons at the Elma fairgrounds. Sheriffs and possemen will compete in pistol sliooling. Road Needs Listed LONGVJEW-Highway needs of this area will be outlined for state officials at next week's hearing of the state legislature's i n t e r i m committee on h i g h w a y s, streets and bridges. A list of recommendations has been drafted by the roads and bridges commiltee of the Longview Chamber of Commerce and will be presented to the lawmakers at a public hearing here June 17. Proposals on the list include: A request for establishment of a highway link between the Longview toll bridge and the new Cowlitz river bridge; designation of the route between the Pacific highway DAD'S DAY IS SUNDAY, JUNE 15th! COOL, LUSTROUS FABRICS SMART COLORS! SPUN RAYON SPORT SHIRTS Sport Felo Lots Fenney's Genuine Fur Felt MARATHON only 4.98 America's finest hat under $5! From the tip of the smart bound edge to the luxurious fur felt crown -- it's quality! Leather swealband plus extra plastic band resists perspiration. And it's shower resistant! Luxurious, washable spun rayon shirts slyled with two-button loop closing and two flap pockets . . . jusl see that fab- ric! It's good-looking! And what's more, it's cool-as-a-breeze! Drop rn to Penney's soon for yours! Small, med- ium, large, extra large sizes. MEN'S SMART TOWNCRAFT TIES Only 98c A nice selection of bold patterns, fancy stripes and conservative patterns. The miracle gabardine, "Permalon", a careful blend of nylon and rayon to jtive you extra long wear and lasting sheen. EXTRA LONG WEAR! No more worn collars! No man frayed cuffs! Both we« as long as Ihe lint san- forized broadcloth body. 298 J. C. PENNEY CO. IN CENTRALIA - 208 N. TOWER Vegetable Garden Antwer to Pr«viou» Puzitt HORIZONTAL VERTICAL 1 This vegetable 1 Enclosures grows fn pods 2 Ireland 4 Red vegetable 3 Vegetable 8 Lima-- with edible 12Mak*» flowerhead mistake 4 Zones 13 Sea eagle 5.Great Lake 14 Pseudonym of 6 Dinner course V 1 A R e o · N u e s a o u V e N 0 A. R 1 1 O N S 1 · L_ e N A 1 N E T A e u B a IT · f « 1 A S A U · M S f tl [7 · 1 O T 1 · 0 J R A B o s R * N P 18 Brandj gl 5ts 20 Collect 21 Kind of lettuce 22 Recedes 21 Painful 26 Pungent plant used in cooking 27 Tp and 30 Chinese laborer 32 Lighter 34 Captors 35 Threw rocks 36 Beverage made with malf 37 Medical suffix 39 Alto, California 40 Individuals 41 Lamprey 42 Sweeping blow (coll,) 45 Scottish girls 49 Substances 51 Musical direction 52 Baking chamber 53 Dirk 54 Pull 55 Jewels 56 Poems 57 Female relative (coll.) 24 Things - _ - - , accomplished 9 Feminine 25 Fuel appellation 26 German state 10 Bothers 27 Contestants in 11 Negative votes last round 17 Small animal 28 Stagger that feasts on 29 Religious vegetable booklet gardens 31 Laundry 18 Kitty machine 23 Copper alloy 33 Heavy cords 38 Body of land 40 Uncloses 41 Worms 42 Smoke-fog mixture 43 Female sailor 44 Ledger entry 46 To the sheltered side 47 Small case 48 Droops 80 Equal (prefix) ty. Completion of the units Is expected in five months. Berry Outlook Good SOUTH BKND - A prediction Is made by Dr. James Crowley, cran- erry expert at (he experimental station In the peninsula area that he 1952 cranberry crop may be slightly larger than the 1951 harvest. Dr. Crowtey, In the Cranberry Vine report issued by the county extension service, says the bogs y\ u z? It 29 f and Ocean beach highway, through Longview, as alternate highway 830; diversion of highway bond issue funds for local or one-unit projects request for better markings at the Longview wye and Kelso cloverleaf Mistreated Boy MONTESANO -- A fine of $150, plus costs, was imposed upon Shird A. Baker, 42, McCleary, on his conviction Monday by jury In the court of Justice Arthur M. Furnia on a charge of third degree assault. The charge against Baker grew out of his alleged mistreatment of his 14-year-old stepson. He was arrested at McCleary on May 23 on 'a justice court warrant. Timber Sold ABERDEEN--In the first sale of Quinau.lt district national forest timber this year, the C. W. Hall Logging Co. paid $184,195 Tuesday for 22,400,000 board feet of timber. Bidding drove the price to four times the minimum set by the For- est Service. The timber stands, on the Salmon River, will be cut in three one- year periods. Fair Board Elects CASTLE ROCK--Ed. Rosin has been re-elected chairman of the Castle Rock Community fair board of directors for ihe third year, it WHS announced Tuesday. The annual fair will be held Au gust 15, 16 and 17. Other officers named were Mrs William T. Anderson, co-chairman; Mrs. Lloyd Ward, secretary; Lyle Bowen, treasurer. Housing Contract Let KALAMA--Construction of eight duplex dwelling units in the Clover, dale housing project here is scheduled to get under way June 16, il was announced Tuesday. The Gene H. Setlergren Construction company of Portland'has been awarded the contract for the proj eel by the Kalama housing author! 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