Spokane Chronicle from Spokane, Washington on July 19, 1963 · 6
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8 Spokane Daily Chronicle, Friday, July 19, 1963. Morthimest News Roundup Two Inmates Are Sought WALLA WALLA (AP)--A search was under way today for two Icing County men reported missing from the minimum security building of the State Penitentiary. The men, William R. Prevette, 28, and Terrence L. O'Connor, 25, were counted present at 5:15 p.m. yesterday, but were missing at the 8;15 p.m. check. Prevette was scheduled for release in February of 1965 and O'Connor was due out a month earlier. Both were serving sentences for robbery. Loyalty Oath Ruling Made OLYMPIA (AP)--Failure to sign a loyalty oath does not result in an inference a person is subversive or a member of the Communist Party, State Atty Gen. John J. O'Connell contended yesterday. O'Connell made the statement in a written brief sub. miffed to the United States Supreme Court to counter a challenge to Washington's loyalty oath laws brought by 65 University of Washington employes, many of them professors. O'Connell's written arguments said the loyalty oath merely requires a person to disclaim his knowing participation in subversive organizations and does not impings on constitutional privileges against self-incrimination. Freeway Fund Authorized OLYMPIA (AP)--The sale of up to $18 million in construction bonds has been authorized to keep the Everett-Seattle-Tacoma freeway on schedule. The State Highway Commission took the action Wednesday. The bonds will come from an original $75 million issue authorized by the legislature six years ago. About $45 million already have been sold. Family Adopts Girl TACOMA (AP)"No one can ever take the place of Ann Marie in our hearts." With that, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burr announced Wednesday they have adopted a baby girl. It gives them four children. Ann Marie Burr was 8 when she vanished from her home nearly two years ago. There have been no clues to her disappearance. Rosellini Dinner Slated SEATTLE (AP)Democratic leaders announced plans yesterday for a $100-a.plate dinner here Aug. 22 honoring Gov. Rose llini for "25 years of continuous public service." Frank Keller, Democratic state chairman, said "Republicans as well as leading Democrats from all over the state have been named to serve on the silver jubilee committee." Virginia Burnside of Seattle, Democratic publicity director, said the dinner would "definitely not" be the occasion for an announcement by Rose llini of his political intentions. Goldwater Draft Is Seen SEATTLE (AP)A quiet move to fill vacant Republican precinct committeeman positions with supporters of Sen. Barry Goldwater is under way in King and Pierce Counties, the Seattle Times said yesterday. As of a few days ago, 2,255 Republican precinct committee positions were unfilled, out of a total of 5,465. About 900 of the vacancies were in King County and more than 425 in Pierce County. The Times said the drive to fill these spots with Goldwater supporters is a move to NVin control of the Republi. can party in Washington for Goldwater. It is being sponsored by the "Draft Goldwater" organization which was formed a few weeks ago. Lad Returns Kennedy's "Lost" Clasp WASHINGTON tAP)A penihigher than expected, went an tent high school boy from Indoestimated 67 miles high today to nesia showed up at the White an X15 altitude record. louse gate today to return a tie The veteran rocket plane pilot clasp he took from President Ken- went aloft with a target altitude nedy yesterday during a near-riot of 315,000 feet, only little higher on the south lawn. than the old X15 mark of 314,750. Much to his surprise, he was But, for reasons not at once ushered into Kennedy's office to'' his altitude angle on the upward surge was steeper than return the claspand was given expected and be shot to an esti& substitute tie clip by the Presi- mated 350,000 feet. dent. Bowo Soerjosoedermo of Malang in East Java said he brought the clasp to the White house without prompting from anyone else because, "I felt had for what I had done." The 19-year-old Indonesian, known to his American friends as "Bo," took the tie clip from Kennedy's hand as 2.56o foreign students milled around the President after a south lawn cere-I mony. Bo explained that, in the mad crush, Kennedy was rather frantically trying to fasten his tie with the clasp that had come loose in the melee. He said the President had the tie clasp in his hand and "didn't say no," when Bo asked if he could have it. Bo appeared at the White House, gate this morning with the tie, clasp and a personal note of apology to Kennedy. The youngster said he merely intended to leave the clasp and his note with guards at the gate. I However, the guards called' secret service agents who contacted Press Secretary Pierre Salinger and Salinger, in turn, arranged a hasty appointment with Kennedy. Bo personally returned Kennedy's tie clasp with an apology and Kennedy, in turn. handed, him one of the gold "PT-109" tiei clips which he often gives visitors. Need Unfilled FRANKFORT, Ky. (An Kentucky now has 325 special classes for mentally and physically handicapped children. Education officials say these classes meet only one-fifth of the need. t, X15 Climbs to Record EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE. Calif. (AMThe space agency's Joseph A. Walker, shooting far higher than expected, went an estimated 67 miles high today to an X15 altitude record. The veteran rocket plane pilot went aloft with a target altitude of 315,000 feet, only little higher than the old X15 mark of 314,750. But, for reasons not at once No Change Seen WASHINGTON (AP) Little change was reported today in the condition of Eric Johnston, president of the Motion Picture Association of America, critically ill after a stroke. 0 4 the SHIP AND TRAVEL... 1 waY atINIONIO PACIFIC RAILROAD II : For Information. call: A" .r UNION PACIFIC MA4-4121 I 2 i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I CITY . . 2 NAME CITY .. '4 LC) 11 Ut EU 1 )E2 Ilirs2 3 NAME CITY MY NAME CITY SPOKANE DAILY CHRONICLE CIRCULATION DEPARTMENTPRIZI SPOKANE 10, WASHINGTON 7).;01 Clasps Traded Bowo Socrjosoedermo of MalanF, East Java, trades smiles with President John F. Kennedy today at the White House where he called to return Kennedy's P1I09 tie clasp which he grabbed yesterday during a near-riot of international exchange students on the 1Vhite House grounds. He said he returned the clasp "because I felt bad." The President gave him another clasp. Presidential Press Secretary Pierre Salinger took this picture with Bowo's own camera during the surprise visit. (AP wirephoto.) Garbogo-Can Checker Provos Ho's Elo Bum KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP)--Po-lbalance of $5,500 in savings aclice received a complaint that an counts. elderly man was rummaging! A sheaf of U.S. Savings Bonds through garbage cans Thursday a half-inch thick and worth night. '1$22,000. They rounded up Paul Peter! 1 "I have all this and they pick Greco, 73, and were about to me up for a hobo," he said. book him on a vagrancy charge! ! Greco said he has saved some when he produced! --Two hank books showing aImoney each pay clay since he ar- I rived from Italy in 1927, most of it while working as a coal miner, truck driver and farmhand in Small Fire Noted West Virginia. He said he was on his way to Sacramento, Calif., to SANDPOINT, Idaho The Katvisit a nephew and work in the niksu Forest reports one small!vineyards. man-caused fire in the Newport! Police took him to the bus staDistrict. It is manned and under,Itim control. The storm heading ! through the Priest Lake, Falls Ranger and Bonners Ferry Dis-' Licenses to Wed tricts has resulted in reports of, four fires. Only one has mate-IseaR4lifiNTEAlr 1;,1.1111-ItrAnald rialized; it is manned and under. Linda Bp, tier. Spokane; "Mare lir Haan,. control, mond Peterson and RavnI. Howretta Hendrickson. both Spokane. 0 Take your pick of the wonderful prizes shown at the right. You can earn any of them for the number of 4-month Chronicle subscriptions listed for each. But don't wait. This offer is limited so get your subscription orders in right away. Just clip and send the handy order form below. Each order you send in for a FREE PRIZE must be a NEW ilmonth subscription. A NEW subscriber is one who has not had the Chronicle delivered to him since June 15, 1963. Do not collect any money except for mail subscriptions outside home delivery areas, which must be paid in advance. Your new subscriber or subscribers must sign the order form in the space provided. P-EIGIAIL THIS ORDER FORM TODAY--1 i I am not now a subscriber to the Spokane Daily Chronkle end have not been since JUNI 15,1963. I egret to take the Spokane Daily Chronicle at the regular subscription rate for a 4-month period and thereafter until ordered discontinued. I will pay the Junior Dealer at the end of each collection period. (CUSTOMER MUST SIGN THIS OR. DER FORM.) 1 NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE PHONE 2 NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE PHONE ME ADDRESS STATE Goldmark Caso Data Readied OKANOGAN (AP) Pretrial Preparations continual here yes. terday in connection with the 9225,000 libel suit by former Dem. ocratie State Rep. John Goldmark and his wife against the John Birch Society, four individuals and two publishing firms. A trial date of Oct. 21 has been set ,in Okanogan County Superior Court with King County Superior Judge Theodore Turner presiding, The suit stems from remarks allegedly made during Gold. marks unsuccessful attempt to be renominated during the 1962 pri. mary campaign. Goldmark completed two days of testimony yesterday for deposi. tions being taken by Ned Kimball of Waterville, attorney for the John Birch Society. Part of his testimony was given in secret, His wife, Sally, began answering questions after her bus . band had finished. The couple's lawyers took state. ments from 34 persons prior to July 1, when the defense began taking depositions. Judge Turner will hear pending motions in the case Aug. 2. Company Asks Suit Dismissal LEWISTON, IdahoThe Wash. ington Water Power Co. has filed a motion to dismiss the suit which Ralph S. Otto and Milan Norden brought against them for $25,000 damages. The plaintiffs alleged that the WWI) was negligent in its opera. tion of the gates at the company dam on the Clearwater River during flood season last winter causing damage to their property. Seventeen other suits are pending in Tenth District Court: fagainst WWP on the same charges. 1 For Reservations-- Phone 238-8433 Collect Or Write Cosmopolitan Motor Hotel 111-10 N.E. Union Portland, Oregon Or Teletype: 143-224 4005 1Hc2EE LlOCI1E On Your Next Trip To or Thru Portland Make Your Headquarters the Luxurious, New COSMOPOLITAN MOTOR HOTEL LLOYD CENTER GRAND AT HOLLADAY Specious, oirconditionod guest rooms me modarsto prices. Hooted, rooftop pool. Fro parking-24Ihour coffee shop. TOP OF THE COSMO and AGATE LOUNGE Rooftop Dining and Dancing Nig My No ComcNo Minimum Get Mo prize you coninfi flurry! Olio? Is Lim Hod! 0 fd I I I I I I I I I I I I PHONE .... I I ... I I PHONE ... 1 I I 3 I I MY NAME ADDRESS ; I CITY . STATE ..PHONE .. . . 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The accident occurred 312 miles north of Kettle Falls, about mile from her destination, Barney's Junction, a catemotelservice station where she was a waitress. State Trooper Roger Harris said the car traveled 360 feet off the roadway, 38 feet through the air and then 316 feet more along the highway. Two Forest Service employes whom Mn. Ferguson had passed back down the highway said she was traveling then at normal speed. Death was instantaneous. It was Stevens County's fifth traffic fatality this year, four of them being women. ( 1ED EES ....... J 2 ORDERS-4-PC. SWIM SETincludes swim fins, snorkel, mask & tor plugs. 000 ,, ditions at the penitentiary affect parole policy. "We are releasing many men in Idaho that we really shouldn't be releasing." he said. "Of course we try not to turn loose any real bad ones." Maxwell said a state with Ida. boa population should have a penitentiary population of 840 accordIng to national statistics. He said with little more than half that number the Idaho penitentiary la still overcrowded. He also described the vocational program as inadequate, saying the prison school has 90 full-time and 40 part-time stu dents, and only one instructor, The 1983 Legislature provided 0275,000 to acquire a site and start t II Idiot? Smorgasbord? What should you call It? 02 1, ti: 7sc-Ilfr., :-';. 1 ''rA' ..,.; ',.....'Ainsr,rill.,. :4 i,',',::::14. 4444;t40 .;; .i. ii;i':::: ,,,,;.,,:,.. ,:- " 'ottieggt; The popular buffet dinners served at the Flamingo. , Hot foods are molly hot & salads ore chilled on ice. t::-.j The dtaionary refers to "smorgasbord" as Swedish hors d'oeuvres' Butfet, however, II reterred to as "a sidetable covered with food where guests serve themselves informally." Possibly by this description 'buffet" is the truer dissertator' of the appetizing display of food pictured &love at the Homing. It isn't too important, though, wh o? you choose 1 to call it. The important thing is for you to trv it. Buffet luncheon served daily 11:30 to 1.30 Buffet Dinner served Fridays and Saturdays 6 to 9 p.m. I Sundays.12 noon to 7 p.m. i ft 5005 N. DIVISION .14 11- i 4C 1 COCKTAILS 7 E 3 OrdersKodak Camera Hawkey. Floshfunbuilt-In flash holder. ":D i A 4tr; '1 L L-44 :; T ..& E I ORDERHARD BALL and BAT or SOFT BALL and BAT work on a new penitentiary to be built with convict labor. But ob. jections of Boise residents to a proposed site have held up prog rem Border Guards Fire 15 Shots BERLIN (APEast German border guards fired 15 shots Thursday night and apparently frustrated an attempt to escape to West Berlin, West Berlin police said they could not see whether anyone was injured, It appeared, however, that several persons were arrested, . - " V 1 ( Spokane's Popular Family Restaurant , Family Restaurant v.. 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