Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 7, 1962 · Page 10
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 10

Eureka, California
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Saturday, April 7, 1962
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HUMBOLDT iT/!NDARDSalurday, April 7, 1962, P. 10 12 EHS Students In Forensic Tournament Twelve Eureka High school stu-j dcnis will leave April 11, fur thci Hav Area to enter competition 1 in lilt 1 l!)G2 Pacific Forensic tournament. The students, directed by Mrs. ,M;mi'ce:i Johnsen, speechj insi ructor ^ El IS, will return: April If). The ;»nmi;il .speech tnuriuiment u i l ! be sliced on the San Fran- cisnt SUite College campus April i:i and 14 \viih high schools from BERT SPEER Broker Associate BERT SPEER Marvm L. Smith of Realsmith Redliy announced yesterday that Bert Speei is now associated with the fnm as a Broker Associate. Having completed State requirements, Speer acquired Broker status in the Real Estate Profession on March 13 of this year. Bert, having taken extensive framing in the Exchange Field, will be specializing in Property Exchanges. He stated, "through Ihe nalionwide organization lo which we bcfonrj we are able lo represent local people in exchanges for property anywhere in the United States." Specr attended schools in Ar- cais and graduated from the University of California. He is Past President of Eureka Lions Club. Past Commander of the American Legion and has served as local officer of Camp Fire Girls, Red Cross and the TB Association. At nreient Bert is instructor of the 'Home and Real Property Sem- nar", in association with the Adult Education Program, at the into City Schools. He is a member of the Eureka Humboldt County Board of Realtors, and through his office it associated with the International Trader's Club, Statewide Exchange Service, Western Realty Exchange and Hutnboldt Mullipla Lifting Ser- Speer was associated with KIEM Radio and Television for 14 years cior to entering the Real Estate ield. Bert is married to the former Loii Johnson. They have 4 children. The family home ii at 2925 "G" St., Eureka. all over Nurlhcrn California at lending. Entering Hie debate rounds Four teams of two each are: Judit Williams and Rene Fallen, De; Waters and Peggy Hanson, Miki Fitzpatrick and Charles Metcalf and Peter Conksmi and Judy Ne vills. The debate features foui constructive eight-minute speeche. with fnur-mimile rebuttals. Cross examination will follow for four minutes the constructive speeches Delivering up lo eight minute 1 of original oratory from cHlvi a manuscript, extemporaneously ;r memorized, will be Cliarle Metcalf. Mike Fitzpatrick, nni Peter Cookson. Reading the works of at leas wo writers with a central therm 'or at least eight minutes in th oral interpretation event will be Mike Seely, Walter Bratten, Pcnn Uorel and Judy Ncvills. Another event at San Franciscc State College is the radio-TV an jouncing in which participant iave 30 minutes to digest eigh minutes of copy into four minute; of script. The contestants thei resent orally their material be ore four judges. Current new will be given to male contestant: md women's news will be givet to girls. Mike Seely, Walt Brat .en, and Gary Wolfe will partici ate in this event. Friday afternoon and evening will be devoted lo the first round; )f each event with the elimina ion rounds Saturday which wil je followed by the awards to th op contestants in each event Schools are restricted in the num er of students participating. Worldwide commercial air trave s made possible for the ticke nlerchange, scheduling and othe acUities of the Internationa Transport Association. Arnold 9 s Broadway at Harris OPEN SUN. from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Buy ho use ware*, small appliances, toys, building supplies, tools, lumber, sporting goods, fishing tackle, lawn loolt, practically anything you may need, *ll at Arnold's. LOW, LOW DISCOUNT PRICES Arnold's Broadway at Harris "did you know . . . DUCK'S IS OPEN TODAY" · Free Delivery CALL HI 3-2754 · Complete Liquor Selection · Use Your Bankamericard Duck's Grocery 2297 Harrison HOW DOES Humboldt Business College AFFECT YOUR TAXES Unlike most educational institutions, the Humboldt Business College is not supported by your tax dollars. Instead, we pay taxes just like you. We pay city, county, state and federal taxes. As you know, education costs money, but because we are not tax supported we actually make your educational dollars 90 farther by lightening the education load on public schools and state colleges. Although we do not have the aid of tax moneys, we are still able to offer the very best instruction at very reasonable prices. Besides, we can offer more modern individualiied teaching methods. Each student progresses at his or her own rate and faster students are not held back by the slower students. Slower students are not deprived of thoroughly learning each subject because they can't follow the group. ENROLL NOW FOR SPRING CLASSES! Stop in soon for tho complete story on how Humboldt Business College can help you achieve your goals in life more rapidly. HUMBOLDT BUSINESS COLLEGE Question Man... By Phil Dean Do Dreams Mean Anything? r Otis Leonard G20 California SI., Eureka Janilor "If you go lo bed Ihinking aboul something, you dream about it. You dream what's on your mind." Marion Carter 390 Smith 1511] St., Fortuna Messenger Girl "Not to me. They are all mixer up and seem to have no signifi- Mcral Sncll Box 1073, Eureka Painting Contractor 'Not all do, but most teach you something. They teach you to observe things you wouldn't ordinarily see." Ilclene Cooper 3103 Trinity St., Eureka Bookkeeper "Yes, I think they do. You usually dream what is on your mind, like if you're worried." Alps Tunnel Camp ENTREVES, Italy (UPD-Three) snowslides early today hit an "avalanche-proof" t u n n e 1-con- slruction camp on ML Blanc, Eu rope's highest mountain, killing at least 3 men and injuring 35. The first slide, shortly after midnight, buried two bunkhouses. Alarm sirens brought 300 men from other bunkhouses to try to, dig out the buried buildings. The second slide, an hour later. flattened the huts where the 300 rescue workers had been sleeping. A third avalanche roared down the slopes n little later, knocking one man down but not injuring him seriously. Most of the men on the scene found shelter from the third slide' in the tunnel. Many survivors fled the scene in panic, but others went on with the grim task of clearing snow from the camp. Italian Alpine troops arrived at dawn to aid the rescuers. The camp had been located where it was because experts said there was "almost no possibility" of a slide at that point. The victims of the avalanche were working on the Ml. Blanc Tunnel, one of two lubes currently being pierced through the 15,771-foot Alp on the French-Swiss- Italian border. The last few feel of rock in the other tunnel, which will carry :iighway traffic between Italy and Switzerland under St. Bernard Pass, were blasted out Thursday night. The S'z-mile, SIC million St Bernard Tunnel, first lo carry automobiles under the Alps, eliminate 12 miles of tortuous mountain road from the route he ween Paris and Rome. It is ex pccted to provide a passage foi more than 300,000 cars a year after it opens in 1963. The tunnel is the most striking improvement in travel through St Bernard Pass in 2,000 years. The surface road it parallels follows a Roman route pioneered in 14: B. C. Mrs. Carrico Is Honoree The officers of Camellia chapte No. 63 Order of Ihe Eastern Sta: and their wives and husbands heli dinner party for the worth; matron, Mrs. Gerald Carrico, re cently, honoring her on her birth day. The dinner and social hou were held at the Town House Mrs. Erncsl Crook; Associate Matron, arranged the pleasan party. Mrs. Crook presented Mrs. Car rico wilh a birthday gift, from he officers. Following the dinner par ty the group enjoyed dancing. Mrs. Carrico was also present cd with a corsage from Mrs Crook and guests. SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE 812 - 6 t h Stroot Eureka HI 3-7308 Red Retort To Testing, More Tests MOSCOW (UPD-- Premier Ni- itn Khrushchev has told Japan hat the Soviet Union will "take corresponding steps" if the United States goes ahead with its planned luclear tests in the atmosphere his monlli, the Soviet Tass news igency said today. Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko previously had told the jeneva Disarmament conference on March 27 that the Russians would resume their nuclear explosions if the United States followed through on its test plans. President Kennedy said the United Stales would resume test- ng in the atmosphere over Christmas Island in the Pacific in mid- April unless the Soviet Union agreed by then to a test ban agreement with adequate inspection safeguards. In reiterating the Soviet posi- .ion, Tass released excerpts o! reply Khrushchev sent to Japanese Prime Minister Hayalo Ikcdn on a message regarding the nanning of further nuclear tests. "The resumption of tests by he U.S.A. and Britain will natu- -ally force the Soviet Union in reply to take corresponding steps required to insure its security and the preservation of peace," the reply said. Khrushchev's message said thai "it is precisely the U.S.A. and its NATO Allies who are placing obstacles in the way of an agreement on the banning of nuclear weapon testing." There already were adequate national means of detecting tests, le said, and there was no poinl in the West's reiterating its call for international inspection. Before the white man came, about 150,000 Indians are esti- lated to have lived in what is now California; no comparable area in North America had so many. THE FAMILY CIRCUS, by Bil Kenne Doctors Impersonal In Glenn Discussion :ps Fi it A ived f( WASHINGTON (UPI)-To the Nero-worshipping public John II. Glenn Jr. is a superman. To his doctor be is "a calm, healthy, and alert adult male." Glenn, who thrilled the world 'eb. 20 by riding three times around it in space, has recei' more public honors and adulation than anybody since Charles . Lindbergh, Jr. flew from N'.'W York to Paris in 1927. But tor something like six hours Friday he heard himself intimately discussed as though he were an anonymous entry in a book of medical case histories. The occasion was a technical conference on Glenn's flight attended by 1,200 scientists and engineers. The doctors went thoroughly nto his bcfore-and-after weighl, pulse, blood pressure and aboul everything else imaginable. They discussed his digestive processes and much else. The report on Glenn's post- flight medical examinations was largely reiteration of the word "normal" r.nd the phrase "entirely normal." Glenn had twice withstood pressures, amounting to 7.7 times the "orce of gravity, which briefly multiplied his 171 pounds to more than 1,316 pounds. He had spent 4'/4 hours during which his 171 pounds was reducec to zero. He had been shaken and rolled and pitched and yawed in space and bobbed up and down in water. But the only discomfort he re ported was high cabin heat after descent, which made him swea profusely, and a slight "stomach awareness" caused by the spacecraft's motion in the water be fore recovery. The Big Oak Flat Road into Yosemite Valley was built in the 1870's. Artists Named For Next Year Artists have been selected for Albert ,Tipton,. : Chamber rhiisic, le 1962-63 .season by the'board f directors of the Community oncert Association. No definite dates havo- been cheduled with the Mowing to ppear: Irene Dalis, mezzo so- rano, in October; Leonard Rose, ellist, January; · Lorin Hollan- er, pianist, February; Pacif Ballet, 10 ballet.artists, March; April.. School Concert -- Scotia Elementary-school will hold a spring music" concert at: the Winema theatre, at 8 p.m.,'April 11. Band and choir will be directed by Edward Solenberger, instructor. Proceeds will help purchase new band uniforms. Tickets are available from. band members. - . . . DR. W. W. STEWART CHIROPRACTOR Resumes Practice as of .Monday, April 9th 614 F St:, Eureka HI2-1825 YeWiVfi! fife new longer-Burning ONCE YOU BUYMERUTE 1 LIGHT BULBS YOU NEVER HAVE TO BUYBU15 AGAIN! _ Has anyone invented alight Bulb that NEVER BURNS OUT? Not jel-but here at l*,t is a.bulb that burns so mtry · times longer than the ordinary bulb that any lim» it burns out, whether 5 years, 10 years or longer, WITHOUT TIME LIMIT, it will be replace* FREE. This Guarantee, in writing, is packed with every MERLITE LIGHT BULB you buy. Get yours today! . m _,_ Buy Guarantied MERLITE LIGHT BULBS ToJij . .', and END FUTURE LIGHT BULB BILLS FOREVER! Humb. Meat Mkt. 5th Myrll. Av. Duck's Grocery 2297 Harriion Aye. Cannam's Store 5th L Streets Harris St. Market Hirrii Union Sti. Taylor's Grocery OH Arcati Rd., . fndianola Artcraft Printers 625 5th Street Ray's Market 3907 F Street AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S (where you'll find the nicest ways to get away!) You won't find a vacation- brightening variety like this anywhere else. And .now that spring has sprung, the buys are just as tempting as the weather. Look over all the wonderful Chevrolet ways to go wandering. Your choice of 11 new-size Chevy II models, including America's lowest priced 3-seat station wagon.* Fourteen spacious, - spirited Jet-smooth Chevrolets. And a nifty, nimble crew of rear-engine Corvairs that specialize in sports car scamper, family style/Even Greenbrier Sports Wagons with up to twice the totin' space of ordinary wagons! Three complete lines of cars to cover just about any kind of going. You just.won't find better pickings in size, sizzle and savings anywhere under the sun than now-during your C h e v r o l e t dealer's Fun and Sun Days. NEW BEL AIR 4-DOOR STATION WAGON A Jet-smoothie thai rides just right, loaded or light-with a, whopping 97.5-cu.-Jt. cargo cam and Full Coil suspension. CORVAIR MONZA 4-DOOR SEDAN Front snappy interiors to sure-footed scat, tiiis one's got what it takes to make svort of most any trip. NEW CHEVY II,NOVA STATION WACON Like to latch onto a wagon that sells at a compact price, yet really goes for loads in a big way? Here 'tis wilh a, longer load floor than any compact-- oter 9 /(. witli second seat and tailgate down. See the new Chevrolet, Chevy II and Corvair at your Chevrolet GUSTAFSON CHEVROLET CO. 7TH D STREETS EUREKA HI 2-6467

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