The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on June 3, 1966 · Page 4
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Centralia, Washington
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Friday, June 3, 1966
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Ths Dally Chronicle, Friday, June 3, 1966 WHAT'S NfW IN THE TWIN CITIES ' S o n To Gradual* -- J o h n ; Champlin, son of the Rev. and iMrs. N. Harry Champlin, Cen- 'trails, will be among 198 graduates June 12 in commencement exercises at Lewis and Clark College, Portland. Champlin will 'receive a bachelor of science degree in political science. · D«*r Pays Visit -- A large deer wandered into north Cen- 'tralia Friday morning, police said, and was discovered browsing in the backyard ot a home at 811 E St. Officers said by the time they arrived on the scene, the animal had made its escape by trotting down Pearl Street and heading for the city's outskirts. Officers Installed -- C l y d e Larabee.of Centralia was installed district 19-C governor at the 45th.annual Lions' multiple district 19 convention held at Vancouver, B.C., last week. Jim Benny, also of Centralia, was installed zone chairman. Others attending from the Ccnlralia Lions' club were Floyd Marshall, ·; Mrs, Larabee and Mrs. Benny. Incumbent Defeated -- Curtis Back of Chehalis, incumbent commissioner for district IV Washington Dairy Products Commission, was defeated in a mail election held between May 15 and 31. Tom Hail of Skamokawa defeated the incumbent 132-90. The electiott was the first of its kind in the commission. Members of the commission had been appointed by the governor in the past. Clob To Open -- A teen-age night club is opening in Centralia Friday at 8 p.m., club officials said this week. The club, believed to be the first of its kind in Southwest Washington, is open for 'youth 15 to 20 years old. Live local, and Northwest bands will be featured at the club, which is located above Pine Moth Survey Set OLYMPIA -- Beginning Monday the 1966 European P i n e Shoot Moth will be in the Thurston, Lewis arid Grays Harobr County areas. Purpose of the survey is to determine if there is any new infestation o! the insect t h a t damages young pine trees. Entomologists from the Department of Naturl Resources and the U.S. Forest Service will conduct the survey again.this year. The European Pine Shoot Moth larvae attacks the buds and shoots of young, ornamental pine trees such as Mug- ho, Scotch and Austrian pine. The danger is that the insect spreads quickly to commercial forest stands. The members of the survey team will be wearing identifying jackets and will be carrying identification cards. The survey will be conducted on a house to house basis. Areas scheduled for the survey in June are Centralia, Chehalis, Olympia, Lacey, Me- deary, Tumwatcr and Elma. Log Rolling Entry Due WINLOCK - A Winlock con pie, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Janke will hit the trail to the various timber carnival shows through out the Pacific Northwesl this summer. Mrs. Janke is the former Charlotte Hansen of Castle Rock and held the world's champion ship log rolling title for women a few years ago. Her husband is a novice in (the log rolling business, but is an athlete and will compete in a number of shows. The couple also plan to enter the world's championship competition at Hayward, Wis., in late July. Directors To Meet WINLOCK - Robert W. Me- Neley, superintendent, announced a special meeting of the Winlock school board Monday at 7:30 p.m in the high school library. Purpose of the meeting is to recommend the awarding of contrasts for the new high schc-o.l Reda Hardware in Centralia where the old Magoo Club ex- sted. Manager of the teen-age night club is Steve Oliver and he assistant manger is Scott Homer, Becfdlng plants And Fuchsias, -.yon Gardens. 130-3tp. DeMolay Car Wash, Sat, June 4 at Firestone. 130-21. Smokey Says: ONE CARELESS ACT DESTROYED IT I 500 card parly. Grand Mound iunshine hall. Juno 4, 8 p.m. 131-ltp Ptctur« fram«i made to order. Evernden Studio, Centralia. . 131-lt, Markets PORTLAND (AP) - Cheese- To retailers--S I n g l e daisies 55-59K; processed American 51-53; 40-lb block mild 49W-56W; medium, 53^-60^; sharp, 57«- 60',4. Eggs--To producers at farm-AA extra large, 32-34; AA large 30-32; AA mediums, 24-26; AA small, 15-17. Eggs--To retailers in cartons--AA extra large, 45-48; AA large, 42-45; A large, 40-42; AA mediums, 35-39; AA small 25-29. Live chickens--Q u o t e d to g r o w e r s , f.o.b. ranch--No. 1 quality fryers, 2%-4 I b s , 18'A; light hens, 8, Wholesale Dressed Meats Beef cuts (choice steers)-Hind q u a r t e r s , 51.00-54.00; rounds 50.00 - 52.00; trimmed loins 50-70 Ibs, 70.50-75.00, mostly 70.00-73.00; square chucks, 37.0038.00; ribs 51.00-55.00, most 52.0053.00. Veal--Choice, 90-160 Ibs, 58.0065.00; good 56.00-63.00. LIVESTOCK PORTLAND (AP)-(USDA) - altle and calves 1,428, inciud- ng 250 calves; marketings 23 per cent smaller than the corresponding period last year, which also contained a holiday; 300 slaughter steers, 200 slaughter heifers with good and choice dominating; majority of balance cows with slight increase in pro- lortion feeder classes; com- ared with close of last week, slaughter 'steers and heifers weak to 50 lower, many sales 25 off; slaughter cows 50-1.00 lower; bulls steady; vealers and slaughter calves steady to 1.00 higher; feeder classes steady to s.trong; slaughter steers, bulk liigh-good to mostly choice 9001200 Ib 26.40-27.10; slaughter heifers, bulk high-good and choice 800-1020 Ib 25.40-25.80; slaughter cows, standard 19.0020.50; bulls, commercial and good 22.00-24.00; vealers, choice 21.50-24.00; slaughter calves, good and choice 23.00-29.00; feeders, steer calves, small lots of choice 188-294 Ibs 30.75-31.75. ·'. Hogs 185; barrows and gilts 75 to mostly 1,00 higher than close of last week; sows fully steady; barrows and gills, 1-2, 190-227 Ib 26.50-27.10; 2-3, 200-240 Ibs 25.2525.60; SOWS, 1-2, 325-360 Ibs 19.5021.10; 500-620 Ib 16.00-17.50. Sheep 800; bulk slaughter spring lambs steady to 25 lower other classes mostly steady witl some feeder iambs at close 50-75 lower; slaughter spring lambs choice and prime 85-113 Ib 25.00 125.85, closing top 25.60; slaughter spring lambs, choice and prime 85-113 Ib 25.00-25.85, closing top 25.60; old crop slaughter lambs choice 85-100 Ib No. 2 to fal shorn pelts 21.00-22.00; slaughter ewes, utility and good 6.10-7.50. GRAIN PORTLAND (AP) - June 3 close Portland Grain Exchange Wheat (bid) to arrive market No. 1 bulk, 20-day shipment, delivered coast: White 1.56 Soft white 1.56 Hard Red Winter: Ordinary 1.78 Barley (bid) to arrive market 20-day shipment delivered coast No.2, 45 Ib western 51.51 No.2, 2-row, 2-row wn . . . . 52.01 Coarse grain wholesale promp delivery bulk ton, f.o.b. track Portland: Corn No.2 E.Y 53.25 Oats No.2, 38 Ib. white 49.50-50.0i Barley No.2, 45 Ib wn 51.00-51.5 Grain sorghum: Free market .... 49.00-49.25 Ex-CCC 53.70 Car receipts: Wheat 117; bar ley 26; flour 2; corn 3; oats 1 milo 4; mill feed 4. Divorces Suits for divorce have been filed in the Lewis County clerk's office by: Mary Lou Harris from George M. Harris. Ruby V. Wood from Ben S Wood. Marion Louise Rillgarn from Kenneth J. Rittgarn, also known as William Lee While. Webster's Rite Dated Funeral services are Saturday morning for, Charles Oils Web- ter, 45, Centralla, who was kill- d in a logging accident Wed- esday near camp Grlsdale, 35 miles north of Montesano. Mr. Webster, a lifetime Cen- ralian, was crushed by a roll- ng log while employed as. a lower saw operator for the Simpson Timber Co. He was born May 26, 1821, in tentralia and was a veteran of he U.S. Army, serving In World Var II. Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis P. Webster, Cen- ralla; five brothers, William F., Russell G., Fred H., Lester D. and Robert S., all of Centralia; wo sisters, Mrs. James (Marorie) Heed, Bucoda, and Mrs. Cenneth (Rosalie) Moon, Cen- ralia and several nieces and ophews. Funeral services are Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at Newell-Hoerl- ng's, Centralia, with the Rev. Clinton Aiton officiating. Burlnl will follow at Sunset Memorial ardens. Chehalin Succumbs A Chehalis resident since 1810, oul Luecke, 83, died in a local lospitai Tuesday. He was born May 23, 1883, in Marshfield, Wise,, and was a well - known retired interior decorator. Survivors include three brothers, Ralph Luecke, Milwaukee, Vise., Herman Luecke, Burlin- jame, Calif., and Stephen "iiiecke, Tacoma. Funeral services are Monday at 1 p.m. at the Fissell - Brown Mortuary chapel with the Rev. Walter S. Gleiser officiating. In- erment will follow at Green- vood cemetery in Chehalis. Ex-Resident Succumbs Funeral services were Thursday afternoon in Anacortes for ""red Carlson, 83, a former Rochester blacksmith who died in Anacortes Monday. Mr. Carlson, who went to Rochester in 1919 with his family, lad his own blacksmith shop here until the family moved to Olympia in 1941. Survivors are the widow, Anna; two daughter's, Mrs. Alt Sowman, Anacortes and Mrs. Neal Hoyt, Orange, Calif.; four randdaughters, a niece in Chicago and a niece and nephew in Sweden. Edmisson Rite Due Mrs. Minnie Edmisson, Centralia, died Thursday morning at a Centralia hospital. She was a former longtime employe of Proffitt's department store, Centralia. Funeral services are Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Centralia First Presbyterian church with the Rev. N. Harry Champlin officiating. Burial will follow at Mountain View. Funerals EDMISSON, Mrs. Minnie -Monday, 1 p.m., First Presbyterian church, Centralia. LUECKE, Paul -- Monday, 1 p.m., Fissell - Brown chapel Chehalis. WEBSTER, Charles 0. - Saturday, 10:30 a.m., Newell-Hoerl ing's, Centralia. Official publications ol Lewis County and the cltlo ot Chehalis and Centralu !ijued dally except Sunday at Pear and Maple, Centra 11 a. Wash. 08531 b' Th« Dally Chronicle Inc., 8econd-clns postage paid at Centralia, Wash, S853 under the act of March 2, 1879, Sub scripdon rales by citrrfer |I,TS per Tionth In advance, by mall in trade err!lory flB.OO p«r year, $10,00 for atx months, 15.15 for three months. By mall rliewhere 121,00 per year; |1C,EO or ilx months, $$.?$ for three month* The AiJocUted Presi is entitled exclu- ilvely to tb« uie for republlcallon ol all )j« local new*, higher Pay Sought DETROIT (AP)-iTeachers in a fifth suburban Detroit school district struck today and those n a sixth scheduled a walkout NEW YORK AP)-The stock narket closed higher today as ' ended a dull session. Late improvement to airlines, teels, rubbers and chemicals lelped the averages. Closing Quotations; ABC Cons 3S - Admiral 89^ Air Reduo $iy AJ tndust SVi Allied Ch 39',; Allied fitrs 8*H Allls Chal 30% Alcoa B4V4 Amerada 82!A Am Alrllno 66Vt Am Brdcst 1 Am can Wi Am Cyan 39U Am El PW 36 T /« Am MFdy IfiJi Am Met Cl 63 Am Mot 8Vi Am N Gas 4Hi Am Smelt 61U Am BW 20Vi Am Tel Tel fit Am Tob 33% Annex Cp 19V. Births Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith. Cenlralia, a girl, 6 pounds, 31A ounces, Thursday, St. Helen lios pilal. Marriages Applications for marriage 11 cense have been made in the Lewis County auditor's offici by: William E. Bradford and Tru da G. Bailey, both Centralia. Archie W. Davidson and Sand; Daniels, both Centralia. Lon Howard and Karyn D Pierson, both of Cenlralia. Arch S. Extine, Ethel, ant Margaret E. Padgett, Chehalis Troy Greene and Barbara Fitzinger, botli Winlock. William S. Scott, Centralia and Rose Johnston, Chehalis. Kenneth A. Wendling, Cheha lis and Karen Donavan, Roches ter. William C. Wallace, Handle and Rose Marie Hemenway Centralia. B, Terry Smith and Kalhryn S. Blaser, both Chehalis. Pat E. Hensley, Aberdeen anc Michael S. Taylor, Doty. Esper M. Fairhart and Chris tine L. Dalton, both Morion. Leland Earl Gregory, Olympia and Velda Jean Goree, Cen tralia. Gregory Richard Dipola anc Candy Lee Stevens, both of Centralia. Richard M. Sandvik and Janet W. Tallman, bolh of Berke Icy, Calif. Dennis Rnss Graham and Claudia Newman, both of Chehalis Dairy sour cream is easy to measure. Because of its thick consistency, measure it In the same cups you use for dry in grcdients. Suburban Detroit Teachers Strike for Monday. Mora money in, new contracts is the. teachers' goal. i In addition, 65 schools In Flint New York Stocks tchilon 335i ' At] RlchllJ iaVt Avco Corp 25V* Avon Prod 8*V'» all i Oh 35 tnl Fris SOV4 Beech Alrc 33 endU m', eih ai«el 32'/4 Boeing -. 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Woolwth 23 1 /* Wrlgley 110V, Xerox Cp 249 Youngst BhiT 33V, Zenith R 152 Sales 4,40,OCO Closing Curb Quotations: NEW YORK (AP)-Dow Jones closing stock averages 30 Industrials 888.30 up 5.57 20 Rails 228.00 up 0.85 15 Utilities 135.66 up 0.15 65 Stocks 311.44 up 1.46 Alaska Airl 10% Allied Art 2 Va Ford Can 134 Pac Nor Airl 20^ Arden Farms 23Vi 23 7 /s Gambia has issued a set of 13 delinitive stamps featuring local birds, reports the Crown Agents in Washington. Depicted are: cordon bleu, whistling teal, red-throated bee eater, p i e d kingfisher, napolean bishop, river eagle, yellow - bellied fruit pigeon, blue - bellied roller, pygmy kingfisher, spurwing goose, little woodpecker, violet .plain- tain eater, pintailed whydah. remained-shut a second day as teachers .there continued a demonstration for higher pay. More than 82,000- pupils are enrolled In the affected Detroit suburban and Flint schools. Yearend closings arc scheduled from next Friday;up to June 22. Some 2,000 teachers in the area are involved. The Ecorse AFL-CIO Federation of Teachers broke off negotiations with the Board of Education in that Detroit suburb early today. Its members began picketing at 7 a.m. This walkout jumped to 61 schools and 3B.830 pupils the number idled in suburban .Detroit. Flint's 55 schools have 44,000 pupils. The Fitzgerald Education Association in suburban ,Warren voted to strike Monday and picket the Fitzgerald District's six schools. At Fitzgerald, as In Flint and in the Detroit suburban Crestwood District, teachers are represented by affiliates of the independent Michigan Education Association. They choose to term their demonstrations "professional day protests." But William Gayde, Fitzgerald association president, said the teachers would strike and man picket posts. Bargaining units affiliated .with the AFL-CIO Michigan Federation of- Teachers have termed their work stoppages strikes, although such are prohibited by public employes un der state law. In Lansing, Gov. George Romney met with members ol the State Labor Mediation Board. He announced he woulc call a meeting of state educa tional leaders in his office Tties day. Flint teachers are seeking a starting salary of $5,750 a year. They now receive $5,300. The suburban Detroit teach ers are asking beginning pay of $5,700 to $6,000 tor bachelor's degree holders. They now are paid about $5,400 to start. An additional demand is for an increase in maximum salary from the present $8,200 to be tween $9,400 and $9,700. You can promote your business in a Full Page Ad in The Daily Chronicle for less than 2c a copy. Call 736-3311--Ext. 31 Today's Weather Report Southwest Washington' Interir _r -- Cloudy through Saturday with high 60-65 and low Friday, night 40-45. .Southerly winds 5* 15 miles an' hour. Five-Day Fbrccitl Western-Washington and Western Oregon -- Temperatures should average below normal, with highs 65-75 In Oregon's southwestern interior and 60-70 elsewhere and lows in the forties. Rainfall 'should total about normal for the season. T E M P E R A T U R E S 24 Houri'fo 4 a.m. Friday Pacific Northwast High Low Pr. Centralia - Chehalls 62 38 ,62 Bellingham · .'. 62 43 .13 Boise, cloudy....;.!. 70 4.4 .. Hoquiam . , 5 1 '49 .18 Olympia 50 42 .21 Omak ' 47 36 .17 Ptlnd, Ore., rain ... 59 46 T Seattle, cloudy 51 47 .05 Spokane 61 37 Vancouver, B.C. 57 45 Walla Walla 68 48 .53 Wenatchee . 63 44 .30 Yak,ima · v . 64 49 Tr Alaska: Anchorage ·" 58. 51 ,03 Fairbanks," cloudy . 6 9 55 .. Juneau, clear : . 7 0 / 4 1 ,.. Elsewhere: . ,'· Albany, clear r . . . . . ' . 72 40 .. Albuquerque,', clear 91 55 Atlanta, clear 76 55 .. Bismarck, rain . . . . 79 46 .11 Buffalo, clear 66 44 Chicago, cloudy .... 68 62 .03 Cincinnati, cloudy ... 76. 52 Cleveland, cloudy . , 6 9 51 Denver, clear . ;.- 84 48 Des Moines, cloudy 72 60 .30 Detroit, cloudy . . . . 73 45 Fort Worth, clear .. 86 66 Helena, cloudy 61 38 .22 Honolulu, cloudy ... 86 74 .. Kansas City, rain . . 7 9 63 .73 Los Angeles, clear . 73 56 Memphis, cloudy ... 80 64 Miami, cloudy 81 69 ,38 Milwaukee, cloudy , 74 58 ,02 Mpls.-St.P., cloudy . 70 59 .13 New Orleans, clear 82 60 .. New York, clear ... 74 56 .. Okla. City, clear ... 72 64 .04 Omaha, cloudy ..... 78 62 .23 Philadelphia, clear 70 48 .. Phoenix, clear .... 109 61, Pittsburgh, clear .. 70 49 .. Rapjd City, clear .. 82 54 ,28 Richmond, clear ... 69 45 St. Louis, cloudy ... 81 66 ... Salt Lk. City, clear 85 56 .. San Diego, clear ... 70 57 .. San Fran., clear ... 59 52 Tampa, clear 88 71 .. Winnipeg, cloudy .. 75 42 .Ot National extremes, excluding Alaska, in 24 hours to 4 a.m. High 105 at Presidio, Tex. Low 29 at Lakeview, Ore. (T--Trace) TIDES PUGBT SOUND High 5:00 10.7 8:00 12.0 Low 0:18 7.1 12:24-2.6 PACIFIC BEACHES Saturday A.M. FT. P.M. FT. High 2U8 9.2 3:48 6.9 Low 9:30 -1.3 9:18 3,2 "Incomparable" COLOR TV · Immediate Delivery On All Sizes and Stylei. NYHOLM'S TV with From . . . EVERNDEN STUDIO 213 N, Pearl Centralia Phone 736-4313 -- Make Your Appointment Now! Meet your new business neighbor in CENTRALIA - CHEHALIS RAY WILLIAMS Your new Wholesale Distributor for Standard Oil He's a handy man to have around. Take a look at the versatile product line he handles: From fuels, oils, greases and germicides, to polishes and stains, roof coatings and rust preventives (to name just a few). Whatever the need, whatever the area of application --automotive, industrial, farm or home---he's got the right product to meet your requirements. 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