Arcofa intendent Michael Chclkovich.* Recommended veluped through of teachers and changes, de study sessions administrator! will be included in a course in formation guide being preparei for students registering for Ihi courses to be offered beginning with the fall semester. Courses offered will be tentative, with sub Â·,, jccts taught depending upon sign ups for individual classes. Chetkovich said when registra lion is completed class loads wil be determined and new teachers hired, beginning in late April. Anticipated changes include: A physical education course foi (he physically handicapped where limited participation is recommended by individual doctors and reimbursement is made for '(lie course by the state. Remedial reading on a clinica! basis, provided a special teachei is available. Advanced English I, an accelerated course for students who have mastered basic skills, extended lo freshmen level. Fundamental mathemalics for juniors and seniors to serve as a "brush up" for students not planning to attend college, to replace the course called "Arithmetic." An advanced course in science termed biology II which stresses individual and group research. Six semester courses in business education offering more electives, including introduction to business, record keeping; personal typewriting, consumer economics, business law and business English. A semester course in photography at Arcata and one at McKinleyville to be called "Introduction to the Arts," to include _ sampling of experience in design, drawing, jewelry, and sculpture. photography A forest conservation semester course with emphasis on local jnges Ar igfi Slated s at both Arcala and McKinleyville approved by trustees of the Arcata recommendation of District Super industries and one in homcmaking for boys. The course of study in the socia science department is not yet de cided, according lo Chetkovich because of recent state legislation which requires five years of tht final six grades in the subject. He said a slate committee is investigating seventh and eighth grade offerings and when the study is completed and recommendations made, high schools will determine what changes, ii any, will be necessary in the curriculum in order to meet state requirements. De Gaulle Visits Italy Premier As 2,000 On Guard TURIN, Italy (UPI) - French President Charles de Gaulle and Italian Premier Aminlore Fanfani d i s c u s s e d European and world problems Wednesday in a villa surrounded by 2,000 heavily armed policemen. De Gaulle flew in from Paris .his morning to spend six or seven hours with Fanfani and intended to fly back this evening. The security precautions, heav- est in Italy since the end of World War II, obviously were designed to protect De Gaulle against European extremists try- ng to keep Algeria French. A spokesman said De Gaulle and r anfani discussed the problems of jermany. disarmament, underdeveloped countries and "general European problems." The French DC6 airliner carry- ng De Gaulle from Paris arrived at Castile Airport, escorted by a squadron of Italian jet fighters. Drench fighters flew escort for the plane from the French capital rairnursf DU The Fairhurst Lumber compa acres of timber and timber lands Salmon Creek watersheds Jn sou Guy F. Atkinson company of So lit The announcement was mad Fairhurst. The price is reported to At the same time, Fairhurst s to the Save-thc-Rcdwoods League and reforestation to preserve (he '. Approximately GOOD acres eve "We arc not cutting the redwood In this purchase," Fairhurs said. "This goes to the "Save-the- Rcdwoods League along \vith al cutover lands now in the Bui Creek State Park watershed." A total of about 50 million feet of marketable Douglas fir timber is involved in the deal. Fairhurst said that this will give an additional 18 months operation to the lumber company in Fortuna where IGO men are employed. The announcement was hailed by leaders of the Save-the-Redwoods League. Dr. Ralph W. Chaney, president, Housing Project Fire Kills 4 Tots As Parents Away LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI) - A minor fire took the lives of four young children late Wednesday night while their parents were away from their housing-project apartment. Found daed of suffocation in wo smoke-filled bedrooms were he children of Mr. and Mrs. George Halloran-- eight-month-old iarbara Jean, Gary Lynn, 2, Nancy Kay, 3, and James Thomas, 4. The children were not Sgt. George Sieinbergen of the ^ire Prevention Bureau said all our apparently were victims of dense smoke that filled the apartment when a bed caught fire ibout 11:15 p.m. Two signers of the Declara- ion of Independence later be- ~ame U. S. presidents: Thomas to the Italian border. (Jefferson and John Adams. Fairhurst Buys Bull Creek Timber; Portion Will Go To Save-Redwoods League lands in Hull Creek, Canoe Creek and said, "With the purchase of a portion of the Bull Creek watershed, members of the Save-the-Redwoods League will have taken the initial step to safeguard the Rockefeller Forest from further damage by erosion. Only by unified management and protection of the watershed can our goals be realized." Secrelary Newton B. Drury declared, "We are grateful to the Fairhurst Lumber company for its cooperation in this important ini tial step in the protection from erosion of the matchless Creek Flat in Rockefeller Forest in Humboldt Redwoods Slate Park." Towards the land acquisition, the state has earmarked a fund of over 5175,000 and the League las tendered $500,000 from con- ributed funds, according lo Drury. Drury disclosed that the League 'avored State Senator Carl L. Christensen's in lieu tax theory and would not oppose it in future egislation. development of the park would iroduce "a substantial long-range jram of this decade, the expansion irogram." erating company and working with t," said Drury. "We are happy o aid in the continuance of a F. C. Kiley, vice president of Fairhurst, said that "the best possible logging practices will be employed in Bull Creek and the entire program will be based on the multiple-use theory of land and timber management." Fairhursl said all cutting will be done on a selective basis and in close cooperation with the Save- the-Redwoods League. Gene Kincaid. land and timber from erosion. "And there arc large public works planned whenever funds are available," he said, "including a major flood-control and .sediment- detention dams.'^ Meanwhile, an acquisition program of cutover and burnt-over lands on upper Bull Creek will continue. This was the cause of the great damage to the lower flats in the floods of 1855-55 and cumulative damage since. It is be the most beautiful grove of ees in the world and we plan to ork closely with the Save-the- edwoods League. . . "The rehabilitation of the Bull reek watershed, a large part oi hich has been denuded by two fires, and further damaged floods, is an undertaking of ich magnitude that no private mber firm would be willing to Â»nd the necessary money on the Â·ojcct. With the impi omnents in Highway 101 which have been authorized or already built, we foresee tourist travel lo Humboldt county far in excess of anything we know today, and the redwood proves are among the main attractions in the area. "The acquisition of the Atkinson limber will also exlend the life oi Fairhurst's Fortuna operations, and will strengthen the economy of the entire southern Humboldl region." HUMBOLDT STANDARD Thursday, April 5, 1962, P. 19 Civil Defense Till Disarmament: JFK WASHINGTON (UPf)-The nation must continue developing a reliable civil defense unlil a dependable disarmament agreement reached, President Kennedy told the National Association of State Civil Defense Directors Wednesday. Â· Produced by the makers of famous BOLEX cameras Hermes "Rocket" PORTABLE TYPEWRITER Regularly 69.96 Â· All metal construction Â· Weighs less than eight pounds Â· Normal 84 letter and sign keyboard Â· Three-position ribbon. 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