The Olympian from Olympia, Washington on March 3, 1961 · 10
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The Olympian from Olympia, Washington · 10

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Friday, March 3, 1961
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10 The Doily Olympian Friday March 3 1961 Vehicles Collide Enroule ToGame Raslu'tball fans in three cars bound for Thursday night's North Thurston - Shelton playoff game in Rnrkcy gymnasium were involved in a rear-end chain reaction accident in North Street in Turn-water Frank V Granacki 2521 Lincoln Street was headed east in North Street in his brand new automobile He was followed by Arthur G Gctchman 4514 Cindy Street in a 1954 model car Granarki - stopped for traffic near the North Street intersection with Hawthorne Street Getchman halted behind him and became the middle man in the mishap when Roy J Wade Shelton slammed into the rear of his rig with a 1950 model sedan The Wade machine lowered in front erunched under the rear of Gelchman’s car Damage to the CetchmRn car is estimated at $100 to the Wade automobile $500 Getchman's vehicle was forced into Granacki's machine but dented only the rear license plate Getchman's wife Carol was shaken Granacki's wife Alma and Wade’s passengers Roy Schroedcr and Joanne Rick Gerry and Tommy Marshall were not reported injured Bill To Replace Auditor Wailing A bill to abolish the elective office of State Auditor and replace him by an appointive auditor general was in the Senate Rules Committee Friday awaiting its turn to be debated on the floor of the Senate The bill would establish a six member committee of legislators to nominate a man as auditor general Their selection would then be confirmed by both the Senate and House The auditor general who would serve a four year term would exercise all of the powers duties and functions of the state auditor The Senate Committee on State Government proposed the bill be amended to require that the proposed auditor general shall be a certified public accountant There are more than 5700 golf courses of regulation size in the United States ENJOY WINTER FUN AT HURRICANE RIDGE Near Port Angeles And DINE - SLEEP AND SWIM at AGGIE'S NEW MOTEL AND BROILER S3 5 Eost First St Pert Angeles French Rebel Algerians Talk PARIS (AP) — Algerian peace feelers moved underground today Emissaries from the French government and the Algerian rebel high command are believed meeting- in secret Buth sides were moving cautiously after the rebels’ acceptance of French President Charles de Gaulle's offer to negotiate an end to their 64-year war for independence from France Neither wants a fumble to endanger chances of success Algerian rebel officials in Tunis— site of their govemment-in-exile— said only "technical details" remain to be cleared up for open negotiations Louis Joxe France's minister for Algerian affairs has dropped from view giving substance to reports of behind-the-scenes activity The procedural questions involved are so delicate that both sides apparently feel that untangling them is a job best shielded from the public In Oran Thursday night more than 2000 Europeans clashed with Moslems The violence in the big Algerian seaport on the Mediterranean was touched off by the torch deaths of two French women at the hands of a Moslem mob Tuesday Missing Cash Found Slashed In Drawer The case of the temporarily missing $130 came to a standstill Friday after the vanishing cash showed up again in a desk drawer in the Department of Labor and Industries Thurston County detectives were called into the caper Wednesday after Miss Annie Swanson stenographer in the General Administration Building reported she was lured from her desk by a telephone call so a thief could snatch the cash from her purse It was after office hours Wednesday and most employes had gone But sheriffs deputies said Friday that the money turned up in Miss Swanson’s desk the following day The woman told lawmen that a man's voice told her by telephone to pick up a package from a freight elevator shortly before six o’clock Wednesday evening There was no package She discovered the money missing upon returning to her third floor desk Farm Message Readied WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House said today that President Kennedy’s farm message now is scheduled to go to Congress Tuesday Telegram Barrage Shifts To House THE TRAIL KING COMFORTABLE RIDE Automatic Clutch with Variable Speed Transmission Chain Reduction running in oil Cantilever Spring Seat and Frame Construction Flatbed Load Carrier — Low Center of Gravity Knocks down into two compact sections Speeds To 20 MPH through automatic variable speed transmission Weight 134 pounds Rubber Shock Joint on Fork Traction Tread 4-ply Tire Ball Bearing Both Wheels Spring - Hinged Safety Step - Through Frame for the Smoothest Ride 4th AVE GARAGE 423 West 4th FL 7-7416 (From Page Oar) Riley Seattle Democrat made the main speech in behalf of the 2 am closing bill He said under present law where sales of liquor stops at midnight Saturdays the people who are not ready to go home go to aftemight spots that are not regulated He -termed this "unfair competition" which the regular licensed cpcHtail lounges and taverns face from the unregulated and unlicensed' spots He said the people in the bordering states of Oregon and Idaho “have the same privileges that we want to give to the people of our state” Sen Reuben Knoblauch of Sumner another proponent said a survey he made showed that people generally were opposed to “real liberalization" but there was "little opposition to a 2 am closing on Saturday night" The bill that eked through the upper chamber was a watered down version of an earlier Sunday liquor sales bill The previous bill would have permitted cocktail lounges and taverns to remain open until 2 a m and then resume sale of liquor after 2 pm Sunday It was abandoned in favor of the 2 am measure when proponents failed to muster enough strength for the afternoon liquor sales Sen Harry Elway Hoquiam Republican was the only other senator who spoke in behalf of the measure Proponents were confident they had the necessary votes without further speeches The measure was attacked by Sens A L Rasmussen Tacoma Democrat Ernest Lennart Everson Republican and W C Rau-gust Odessa Republican Rasmussen attempted to remove an emergency clause apparently put on the bill to keep it from being referred to the people It would let the act go into effect immediately in the event it wins approval of the House and is signed by the governor Bills without the emergency clause go into effect in June giving opponents time to obtain the necessary signatures for a referendum "How silly can we get when we tell the people they shall not have a chance to vote on this" Rasmussen said His amendment as well as those offered by Raugust and Lennart were tabled by voice vote on motion of Sen Michael Gallagher Seattle Democrat Lennart who wanted to refer the bill to a vote of the people won support from Sen John T McCutcheon Steilacoom Republican McCutcheon counseled for moderation between the extremes of prohibition and "swinging way back the other way” A self-professed teetotaler Sen John Happy Spokane Republican quoted the Bishop of Canterbury as saying he saw nothing immoral in drinking on Sunday The final attack came from Raugust who wanted each county to have a right to vote and make its own decision on extending drinking hours He also proposed that each establishment that served -liquor beyond midnight Saturday be required to pay an additional $5000 license fee The law as passed by the Senate carried a provision that will per mit any county or city to establish earlier closing hours by a majority vote of its electorate The final vote in the upper chamber showed 20 Democrats and five Republicans in favor of the bill It was opposed by 16 Democrats and eight Republicans Sen Wayne Angevine Seattle Democrat originally voted for the measure but before the final tally was announced changed his vote to put him on record against the bill Congo Provincial Boss Changes Sides USUMBURA Ruanda-Urundi (AP)— A leader in the Congo's Kivu Province has declared his sector independent from the leftist rebels in Stanleyville and wants to line up with the nation’s anti-Communist leaders The leader Antoine Omari made his appeal in a telegram Thursday to Congolese President Joseph Kasavubu President Moise Tshombe of Katanga Province and Albert Kalonji of Kasai who signed a pact this week for military cooperation against Stanleyville Both Tshombe and Kalonji regard themselves as politically independent tion of Canada DANCE Dreamland Tenino Silver $$ Prises Dancing for the whole family with Dick Hanson's Magnatones Western end Reck end Roll Every Saturday Night 9:30 to 2:00 Adm $100 LIVE MUSIC BY WENDELL STAI And His Trio FRIDAY 10 pm - 2 am SAT 9 pm - 12 pm TAVERN HOURS: Weekday 9 am - 2 am Saturdays 9 am 12 pm MELODY LANE TAVERN LACEY NEW SATURDAY ADMISSION PRICE At The EVERGREEN BALLROOM $150 Per Couple (Single Admission $100) DANCING 9:30 711 2 am IRV SHOLUND And His Orch TABLES FOR ALL (Under 21 Not Admitted Sat Nights) School Ride Feud Flares (From Page One) took McConkcy into custody The whole thing apparently started last December when the Olympia School Board adopted a new bus policy which denied transportation to students who live within one mile of a school ' Mcfenkry shuwed up at a board meeting and requested bus service to lake his soa to McKinley Grade School Before the new poliry Ihr hoy wan toted to classes daily Board members refused but advised that the youngster could walk to a bus slop beyond the one-mile radius and catch a ride The McConkcy home Is about three-fifths ef one mile from McKinley School According to Adams McConkcy also complained of noise associated with buses warming up at the new bus barn and maintenance center on South Wilson Street down the road from the McConkcy home The barn was built last Summer near the outskirts of Olympia Harold Koch deputy prosecutor who filed the charges said Friday there is a state law which denies transportation to children living within a two-mile radius of school Trumans Return NEW YORK (AP) - Former President and Mrs Harry S Truman returned today aboard the liner Queen of Bermuda from a two-week vacation in Bermuda They will leave by train later today for their home in Independence Mo Member Of School Board Won't Send Children To School LOUISVILLE 111 (AP) — Clay County authorities have Issued a scries of complaints against John Harrell a school board member and a wealthy businessman charging failure to allow his children to attend school Harrell told a newsman today he is keeping his children out of school because of threats made against him and his family The children Tod 13 and Xon 10 are among the more than 20 children who are with their parents at a two-week religious retreat sponsored by Harrell at his home Harrell said about 100 persons are participating in fasting and prayer at his home a 24-room model of George Washington's home in Mount Vernon Harrell said he was threatened repeatedly after he sponsored an anti-Communist rally at a church he organized near Louisville about two years ago The three-day rally was marked by disturbances each night including cross burnings and hanging of a swastika-decorated effigy Complaints against Harrell have been filed each day since Wednesday by County School Supt Robert Brissendcn DRIVER BOOKED William J Frikken 4522 Lacey Boulevard was booked Thursday in Thurston County jail on a traffic law violation charge Bail of $150 was set by Ron Sholund justice of the peace IK Mlewme HU wet cemplM tram riel ftatiea Sate Tke Dalle Otemiaa a wm responsibility far Kit mint change FRIDAY MARCH 3 DANCE With The ADVENTURERS Featuring Nancy Claire FRIDAY MARCH 3 EAGLES HALL 8:30-12:00 ADM 100 Purdue Golden Girl Hula Dancer Dead LAFAYETTE Ind (AP) - The body of Adelaide Darling Avery 21 Purdue University's most famous Golden Girl will be taken to Manteca Calif Saturday for services and burial Mrs Avery died Thursday of a massive hemorrhage of the brain She had been stricken Tuesday and never regained consciousness As the Golden Girl she performed in a brirf costume with the Purdue band at football games A controversy developed in 1958 over her hula dance which shocked some Purdue coeds Last November she was married to Veil Avery III Binghamton NY a Purdue science junior and was replaced as Golden Girl A junior majoring In home economics she dropped out of school at the end of the first semester Strike At Hanford A-Planl Threatened WASHINGTON (AP) - The president of the AFL-CIO metal trades department said Friday mechanical workers at the Han-jford (Wash) Atomic Works will strike March 14 unless Uielr dispute with the General Electric Co is settled by then About 3600 mechanical workers are involved in the dispute which involves a variety of issues including pay holiday pay job security and creation of joint union-management safety committees DaleTresner says A hundred years ago men's haircuts cost about 12 cents Hew Christian Selene Heels Sunday March 5 “Tfie Rest Help For Our Children ” KGY — Olympia 1240 KC at 10:15 AM — a — ‘IIoir Prayer Can Help A Businessman ” KTNT-TV Channel 11 8:45 AM Income Tax: The fine you pay for thriving too fast We recover office choirs oaf stools and booths TRESNER ft SON 610 Fourth Are lest Olympia nw Wtewiee list wee cemptM tram TV iMIm Ms Tke Dally Otympiea FRIDAY MARCH 3 OPEN TONIGHT and Every Monday and Friday Evening Until Nine ’Clock Traditional Contemporary Furnishing Frc Parking Fret Delivery Friendly Easy Credit SATURDAY MARCH 4 Jim Says: "I wouldn't vote for you if you were St Peter himself" I told him "If I were St Peter you couldn't vote for me You would not be in my district" he replied For Printing that Pleases See or Gill Jim Leader (jTagtfcil 114 North Capitol Way Dial FL 2-7505 THE NEW NOW 1000 WATTS After 38 years of Community Service KGY enters a new era of broadcasting More POWER to reach More PEOPLE in a growing and More PROGRESSIVE community KGY 1000 w Tune 1240 1000 W 1240 North Washington I See uenneir fl I y music co y -MASNAV0X PHONOCRAPn AND TV 111 Fear Aveaae East

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