Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 11, 1962 · Page 21
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 21

Eureka, California
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Wednesday, April 11, 1962
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HVMBOLDTSTANDARD Wad.. April II, 1962, Page 21 Fog Experiments Told At Kiwanis; Key Club Guests Scientific experiments h a v e identified (lie conditions responsible for the heaviness and frequency of Arcata's fogs, George P. Ettenlieim, resident engineer of the Aeronautical Icing Research Laboratory Company informed the Eureka Kiwanis Club yesterday. Speaking at the club's luncheon meeting at the Eureka Inn, Etten- lieim, who is directing a government study of fog and icing at the Arcata airport, said cold coastal water and a relatively warm high layer of air combine to fill the surface air with water vapor. Ettenheim said the goal of his work, finding a means of dispersing the fog, at least temporarily for important aircraft landings, has not been readied yet. Experimentation w i l l continue through 1962 he added. Doctor Vincent Sansone, chairman of the Key Club Committee, introduced six Key Club members at the meeting. The youngsters sold each member present a ticket to (lie holc- in-one contest to be held Saturday at the Eureka Municipal Golf Course. The Key Club is sponsoring th« tournament to finance sending representatives to the national convention in San Diego in June. Forfuna High In Student Body Election Thursday FORTUNA - Student body election week is presently underway it Fortuna Union High School. Poster campaigning takes place Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, with the students attending a campaign assembly on the latter day. At that time they will lear the candidates for president, vice - president, secretary, and treasurer speak and see those running for yell leaders and song queens demonstrate their abilities. A student body election will be icld on Thursday with any necessary run-offs Die following day. In charge of the elections is Pat O'Brien, the FUHS Director of Student Body Affairs. Candidates for tile various of- 'ices are: president, Joel Carneg- Jie, Al Kaski, Ron McCullough, and Ken Skaggs; vice-president, Tim Durham, Dennis Early, and Dennis Johnson; secretary, Kathi James and Betty Nelson; treasurer, Jackie Davis, Donna Hulbert, and Jim Irons; song leaders, Dheryl Haman, Darlene Head, )onna Herndon, Lynda Hoverson, fanis Lake, Sandra .Masini, Syl- ·ia Mendenhall, Julie Mengcl, and Carolyn Simpson; Yell leaders, Donna Archer, enise DeMello, Ann Bompertz, Jalbara Haman, Ceilia Hunsaker, Leslie Button, Charlotte Kates, Helga Munchheimer, Pat Newman, Karen Reese, Betty Smith, and Donna Witters. Arcata Building Permits $27,500 ARCATA -- Building permits issued in the city during March to- aled $27,530, according to the re- »rt of Charles T. M. Echok, act- ng building inspector. They were: Fireplace for Jo« Rickey, $670; dwelling for J. D. launders, $15,600; remodel dueling, Mrs. Mason. 51800; lath house, \llen Ham, $150; office building, Villiam Brill, $5000; move build- ng. city of Arcata, $500; carport, '. C. Sacchi, $3000; commercial cpair. College Cleaners, $420; ommercial repair, Humboldl Moor Holol, $270; and dwelling re- lair. Floyd Talman, $120. Fees for building permits tolal- d $70; electrical permits $14.85 nd plumbing $31. Services Adequate HSC Official Says Humboldl Slate College is adc- Hiately meeting its obligation to :ie youth of the area. Dr. Joseph C. Trainor, assistant dean of in- truction. told the Eureka Ko- arians yesterday. Trainor, featured speaker at the crvice club's weekly luncheon nccting at the Eureka Inn, dis- Hissed the college faculty and its ibllity to cope with the local edu- :alional challenge. He said the academic staff is nrgc enough and sufficienlly rained to handle the job. Mnny lumboldt Slate professoro have itudlcd In one or more of IS foreign countries, ho pointed out.

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