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 - ·tiUMBOLDT STANDARD Wed., Oclober 2, 1963, P....
·tiUMBOLDT STANDARD Wed., Oclober 2, 1963, P. Animals, Costumes Given Prizes In Kids' Parade ·COTIA-- Mtre tfcM *M m«ftbtrs ilxlk ·MMl Ufa' Dijr ttntt btM *t Sc«Ua Saturday. GriM Marakil WM jkk it. W«iii, flee ehkef,' llM»«rehn«i U hipciMiiln favwiie .. ctamtert/ , A ' towUM . «·«· if} (retM tfce ·ureberi at well as the Z,*M ·btenren Ibhf UK "' Sc*U* rfnet*.-..- Sponsors of the event were the Scotia Klwanls Club, the Scotia , Merchants' Association and the Scotia Volunteer Fire Department, ! Participants received Kids' Day , badges, ice cream and an invlla- , tkxi to an afternoon matinee. ; . Merchandise award certificates were given to three winners h each category, Harold E. "Doc' - Neville, assisted by Wood, pro: pro: scntcd the certificates. Judges were Mr. and Mrs. William William Kluck, Mirandn; Mr. ami Mrs. Jack Fuller, Myers Flat; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Engleman, Redway; Redway; Mr. and Mrs Milton Dillon, Fortuna; Reverend and Mrs. Clifford Clifford Shumaker, Miranda; Gerry Schroeder, Fortuna; Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Carlson, Hydesville; Mr. and Mrs Eddy Oliver, Scotia; George Bertain and Margaret - Munz, Scotia. - Receiving first places were Vick Gunnerson, South Fork, Koni Moore, Rio Dell; Janann Campbell, Campbell, Rio Dell; Randy Lewis, Sco-. lion; Anne Duclos, Scotia; Linda Simonson; Rio Dell; Phillip But. But. (in. Stafford; Rita Self, Rio Dell; Linda Todd, Rio Dell; Martha Lett, Scotia; Melissa Bettiga, Rio Dell; Marie Miranda, Scotia; DC. DC. vid Eicholtz, Scotia; Kathleen Hinkson, Scotia; Mark Johnson, John Johnson, Jerry Booth, Jim Hinkson and David Hinkson, Scotia. Scotia. . D a v e Nelson and Calvin Allen, Fortuna; Laurie Allen, Scotia; David David Albright, Laurecn Miranda and Debbie Miranda, Scotia; Jody Bergslrom and Warren Overholt, Scotia; Jack Beckman, Rio Dell; Neferti Micheli, Rio Dell; Gary Vicky and Pam Sweet, Scolia; Cindy and Debra Dillon, Scotia; Linda Johnson, Scotia; Terry Simons, Simons, Scotia; Larry Schrawyer, Scotia; Linda and Diane Dixon, Scotia; Mike Stinson, Scotia; Dina and Kerrie Redd, Scotia; Suzanne Murphy, Scotia, and Montel children, children, Holmes. Second place awards were given to Christy Trefethcn, Stafford; Kim Moore, Rio Dell; Mary Moreno, Moreno, Rio Dell; Pat Campbell, Rio Dell; Mark Bonner, Rio Dell; Linda Linda Cudney, Rio Dell; Janice Mela, Rio Dell; Belita Kelly, Rio Dell; Joanne Pasquini, Rio Dell; Yo- iando Jensen, Rio Dell; Pamela Vevoda, Rio Dell; Cathy Parker, Scotia; Joe Frazier, Scotia, and Brenda Prater, Scotia. Victor Porrovecchio, Rio Dell; Bradley Pond, Gary and Terry Malfatti, Rio Dell; Helen JngersoU and Teresa Dingman, Rio Dell; James Crowley, Rio Dell; Michael Francesconi, Rio Dell; Jeannette Pasquini, Rio Dell; Donald and Cherrie Hammack, Scotia; Mary- Jin Dunn, Scotia; Clayton Hoffer, \\o Dell; Rudy Jeffers, Scolia; e Schrawyer, Scotia; David Hodges, Scotia; Timothy Erlckson, coia; Page Batterston, Rio Dell; Ucky Overholt, Scotia; David and rvil Wilson end Pat Kemp, Slaf- ird. Receiving third place awards ere Gary Sherrill, Scotia; Jackie Wheeler, Shively; Ftodrlck Bettis, to Dell; Donna Hill, Scotia; 'allace, Scotia; Ricky Casanova, io Dell; Timmy Waterson, Rio )eli; Stefani Rovai, Hio Dell; anda Butler, Santa Rosa; Becky edges, Scotia; David Casanova, io Dell; Tom Walsh, Scotin; Ciny Matthews, Scotia; Donna and cbbio Rotto, Rio Dell; Carol ynn Edwards, Scotia; Kevin Bet- ga and Dclbert Albright, Scotia. Teresa Pond, Rio Dell; Billie icks, Scotin; Debbie Overboil, cotia; Joel Pcarcc, Scotia; Lisa verholt, Scolia; Brice Barnes, colia; Janie Phillips, Scolia; eidi and Gregory Hibser, Scotia; nila Crowky, Rio Dell; Floyd odges, Scotia; Teresa Hopkins, io Dell; Cammy Lou Payne, ell; Beth Broiuon, Ruth Dunn, ontn'e Lewis, Slieryl Johnson, rie Jensen and Marian Davis, cotia. Bracero Bus Safety OK'd SAUNAS (UPD-Thc Assembly 1 iterim Committee on Industrial afcty Tuesday concluded a two- day hearing into the Sept. 17 ain accident which killed 32 exican farm laborers. Committee chairman Edward '. Gaffney, D-San.Francisco, told! «wsmen the safety standards of ,e bus involved, a converted ·uck with an aluminum top, »ve legal requirements. But, he added, many such re "one degree less than (those) sed for transposing sheep and attle. Labor busts are box cars ith a motor." Gaffney said lie was not seeking omtort for the laborers. "I want safety," he "I 'ant them to be able tc look nd yell Io the driver like school lildren can." Jack Bias of Salinas, executive ice president of the Grower, lipper Association, testified that le Growers Farm Labor Associa- on requires punctual inspections farm labor buses and has a x-man staff to be sure tliey lade. Arden B. Jacobsen, supervising river improvement analyst for te State Division of Drivers' Li- enscs, conceded that closer visual nd aural checks should be prospective licensees. Jacobsen said Ihe bus driver olved in last month's crash, rancisco G. Espinosa, 34, failed is first examination for a Class chauffeur's license, but passed a week later. Espinosa is

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  1. Eureka Humboldt Standard,
  2. 02 Oct 1963, Wed,
  3. Page 20

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