Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 9, 1962 · Page 24
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 24

Eureka, California
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Monday, April 9, 1962
Page 24
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HUMBOLDT STANDARD Monday, April 9, 1962, P. 24 REBUILD BOSTON (UP1) - Slmlrals ill Boslon Trade High School have rebuilt a 32-year-old monoplane. The plane was brought from its Alaskan owner and flown 5,000 miles to Boslon [or renovation. It will no\v be entered in air meets in New England and New York Slate. It is the same type plane and mode! in which Douglas i \Vrong Way Corrigan flew tbe Atlantic in 19311. Bear Gels ICUWAHDS ATM. Calif. (UI'll- A 125-pound male hear got tin ride of his life Friday when In was ejected from a B58 Hustle flying 1.000 miles an hour at a altitude of -15,000 feet. The bear, nicknamed Yogi b, the crewmen who charted tin flight at this Southern Californi; base, landed safely in the seconc test of a new escape capsule supersonic speeds. Yogi landed 111 minutes and 2 seconds after ejection in the alum inum capsule designed to shicl a person escaping from a plan at high alritudY. The pressurize i ipsule. w i t h its own oxygen unit prolecls crewmen from gravit/i tional forces, wind, cold and lad of oxygen. A smaller bear, called Smok sin u v c d ' a n ejection March 2 from a B58 flying 870 miles a hour at an altitude of 35,000 feet A successful lest at less tha supersonic speed with a huma I occupant was made here Feb. 21 C\\0 Edward Murray landed un scathed after being cjecled i'OOOO feet from a B58 going 56 limits an hour. i Yogi anil Smoky were silent bi M u n i y came Ibrough with commenl. "No sweat," said he. STRAIGHT KENTUCKY BOURBON AGED 6 YEARS Tile Tower Room of the Fair monl Hotel in San Francisco i the highest public observatiui room in Smi Franc'isco. ''-V.«:M'iV'-^^^ f -i^:iiiii!'-i Align Front End to manufacturer's specifications Adjust Brakes and Repack Front Wheel Balance Front Wheel!; MONRO-MATIC SHOCK ABSORBER New MUFFLERS The me of h i g h I n s t a l l e d Priced from * quality up Our Vf m Trro*. Utulilird ly jrjj JMallmi and flmii mo'*, «" Kqi G U A R A N T E E D Applied on Sound Tire Bodies or on Your Own Tires Complete Set o! TUBEIESS WHITEWALLS 750. 14 SIZE 6th H Sts, Eureka HI 3-1616 LET'S KEEP FIGHTING! A HOUSEWIFE FROM GEORGIA The symptom: unusual bleeding or discharge The diagnosis: cancer of the uterus The cure: signified by live years \vithout further cancer symptoms. Thousands Oi Diners could be cured as this woman was cured. 11 you have any symptom that could be cancerous, don't wait, don't delay, don't panic. Sec your doctor at once. Only he can tell if it is cancer. , LT. COLONEL W | THE AIR FORCE The symptom: persistent hoarseness The diagnosis: cancer of the larynx The cure: signified by five years without further cancer symptoms. What has he lost? The ability to speak? No, for even without a larynx, he was retrained to speak. This sort of rehabilitation work is one of the ways the American Cancer Society spends ils funds. "CATHY" OF NORTH CAROLINA The symptom: a swelling in the abdomen The diagnosis: a cancer of the kidney The cure: signified by five years without further cancer symptoms. Her mother's alertness to a cancer symptom saved Cathy. The unceasing search for further cures must go on. The American Cancer Society supports research with $12,000,000. IA LABOR LEASER I IN MINNEAPOLIS I No symptoms: i detected through an annual health checkup The diagnosis: ciinccr of the rectum The cure: signified by ten years without further cancer symptoms. Fight cancer with a checkup and a check. Only you can see that a doctor has a chance 1o detect your cancer in lime. Only you, and millions like you, can speed the day when this monster is conquered for good. Send a check now to CANCER, c/o your local post office. ALL ARE CURED OF CANCER to CURE MORE GIVE MORE to CANCER SOCIETY On a nationally televised show "At This Very Moment" was carried locally from 7 to 10 p. m. to kick oft the Crusade. The local goal has been set at $20,000.00, of which $2,058.00 has already arrived in the form of memorial contributions and gifts. The American Cancer Society raises its funds through an independent Cancer Crusade which effectively provides funds for vital cancer research, brings lifesaving facts about cancer to the public, and concentrates direction of the cancer control program in qualified scientific, medical and lay hands. In this way help is guaranteed right down to the individual, local level. IN NO CHARITABLE MOVEMENT ARE THE FUNDS EXPENDED IN A MORE REALISTIC NOR USEFUL MANNER! April is traditionally designated Cancer Control Month by Act of Congress and the President. It is the period of the American Cancer Society's annual educational and fund raising 'Concer Crusade. More than 100,000 persons are participating in the 1962 Crusade in California. On April 9 a local door to door crusade will be carried on right in this community by you and your neighbors. When you are approached give generously. KNOW THE 7 DANGER SIGNALS OF CANCER! 1. UNUSUAL BLEEDING OR DISCHARGE 2. A LUMP OR THICKENING IN THE BREAST OR ELSEWHERE 3. A SORE THAT DOES NOT HEAL 4. CHANGE IN BOWEL OR BLADDER HABITS 5. HOARSENESS ' OR COUGH 6. INDIGESTION OR DIFFICULTY IN SWALLOWING 7. CHANGE IN A WART OR MOLE If your danger signal lasts longer than two weeks, see your doctor at once. Only he can tell if it is cancer. Fight cancer with a checkup and a check! Send your donation to CANCER, c/o your local post office. AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY Hammond Calif. Redwood Co. Brizard Construction Co. Challenge Cream Butter Ass'n Twin Parks Lumber Co. The Pacific Lumber Co. Simpson Timber Co. Arcata Plywood Corporation Masters Bakers GR Metals, inc. Cai-Pacific Redwood Company George C. Jacobs Co. Foremost-Golden State Dairies Durable Plywood Co. Plumbing Pipe Fitting Industry Trust Fund Eureka Boiler Works Times Printing Company Mercer Fraser Co. Twin Harbors Lumber Co. Brizard-Matthews Machinery Co. Humb. Co. Assn. of Insurance Agents Fairhurst Lumber Co. of California Arcata Branch of Weyerhaeuser

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