Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 12, 1962 · Page 18
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 18

Eureka, California
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Thursday, April 12, 1962
Page 18
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HVMBOLDTSTANDARD Thursday. April 12, 1962, P. 18 l'AUIi:i! SUBMITS ENTRY ST. ANDKKWS, Scotland ( U l ' l i --Arnold Palmer of Latrobe. Pa.. has submitted his enlry to defend lii.s lilk 1 in the British Open golf, championship, lo be held in July nl Ihe Royal and Ancient Golf Club. Tot Oniy Bruised In 3-Story Fall NEW VOHK ( U P I » - Two-year- old C.'irol Vcnlhni*lia received only bruises Tuesday despite a fall from her third floor bedroom window lo the ground. Carol, who luicl climhed onto a chair lo louk out the window, had her fall broken by .'in awning over the front steps of Ibu Brooklyn apartment house in which she lives. !;C'UISS I'UOMOTK IMTt'llKKS MESA. Ariz. iL'PD-The Chicago Cubs have promoted rook if pitchers Murrie Stevens and Tony Balsamo I" the parent rosier. The Cubs picked up Steevens from their San Antonio farm club in exchange for pik'her Harvey Branch and purchased Ualsamo from the same club. Weafher Permitting CRAB and CRAB MEAT GROUND BEEF 2 ib, 98c Local No. I Potatoes 10ib S 45c " i h e Little Store with the Super Market Prices" ALBEE STREET MARKET 2001 Albee Street Eureka HI 3-1071 PrizGwinning science fair exhibit, "Ranger III Space Salcllile," which look top honors in field of physics, draws interest at recenl open house at St. Bernard's elementary school. Surrounding model are. left to right, Nancy Devoy, Martin Lenz, Chris Pasquini, Robert Francesconi, who made the exhibit, and Thomas Gierek. All pupils pictured entered prize- winning models in science fair. The present world-wide uiation explosion" is due decline in death pop- to rales resulting from increased use of preventive and curative medicine, rather than a great surge in birlh rales. Turns Up Last Of 25 Escapees JESUP. Ga. ( U P D -- The last of | were suspended for negligence | when found in woods between 25 fugitives from a south Georgia prison camp was rccaplurcd late contributing lo (he mass escape Police said Donald King, 28. ol Wednesday and two prison guards Brunswick, surrendered meekly 3 JACOBS GEARED exclusive FEATURE BUBBLE LEVEL E X f l U S I V E l ARMATURE! 1 Now 'you can drill hdri Izontat holes with IflttUfoey. EXCLUSIVE TRIGGER GUARD mow! tafi ffOlff*' /! Set All of These Pieces EWORLD FAMOUS DORMEYER FAMOUS POWER DRILL ^ W JACOBS GEARED CHUCK V HORIZONTAL DRILL STAND ^"BUFFING WHEEL VPAINT MIXER ^GRINDING WHEEL"12 SANDPAPER DISKS V 7 PIECE nDRILL BIT SET V 6 PIECE ARBOR SET ** - _-^- ^ BACKING H'AJJ ftW--^T PAD. VCORRU- GATED ^CARRYING CARTON N0r j 39 95 or $ 29 95 50c DQWH 50c WEEKLY YOU GET ALL 33 PIECES ASSORTED DRILL BITS NOT just a .!/4" Drill but a FULL, Ya" for man sized, rugged j o b s a s well a s household. CHECK THESE EXCLUSIVE FEATURES ,/ Powerful DORMEYER DRILL / M" JACOBS GEARED CHUCK / LONG HANDLE FOR -POSITIVE FIRM GRIP / U. I.'APPROVED ,/ BALL THRUST BEARING ,/ DOUBLE REDUCTION GEAR ]/ INSTANT TRIGGER RELEASENvith PISTOL GRIP TRIGGER GUARD / DORMEYER FAMOUS GUARANTEE DRILL GRINDER BUFFER SANDER «y4rlJrfln«HUik FOR POWER Thli I it easier to fo more workshop {obs around fKfl ^omet^San^ ing. Polishing, Drilling^ x Qytf* ing arc IMS! if fewiojl )h» iobi ihot you will hgye^ wn doing Remember -- H' for extr« power and High 'Capacity Performance. FREE BINGO CARDS OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT TODAY F U R N I T U R E SEE US FOR ZENITH COLOR TV S T O R E S 5 t h G StS. Eureka here and Ml. Pleasant on U.S. 341. King had been serving 3-10 years for burglary at the time ol the jailbreak. His capture ended a four-day manhunt for the heavily armec fugitive. Seven convicts were back behind bars within 36 hours ol the bold escape Saturday night Seven others were caught Tuesday. Chief prison inspector Walter Lambert said one guard, Prentice Rolls, had violated prison rules by going inside the prison com pound while wearing his pistol This enabled the convicts to arm themselves, Lambert said. He indicated that one of the prisoners dressed himself in Rolls' uniform and lured the other guard, Pres ton Mitchell, into the compound. Lambert said Rolls was negli gent for failing to check adequate ly on the prisoners under his care. Students Display Science Projects At St. Bernard's A combination open house and science lair was held at St. Bernard's elementary school recent- 'y- Pupil's work (luring the past vear and science exhibits were displayed, with teachers discus sing educs-lion of pupils in their classes. Six fields of science were cov- ered in 48 entries at the fair, including physics, chemistry, zoo- ology, astronomy, technology and botany. Winners were: Physics-- Robert Francesconi, "Ranger III Space Satellite," and Dp.vid Lear, "Electro-Magnetic Crane." Chemistry--Mary and Anit Scuri. "Beekeeping," and Daniel Walsh, "Sheep of Our Time." Astronomy--Jake Van Akkeren, "Solar System." Technology--Teri Allen and Mary Intersimone, "Model Tele- ;raph." Botany-Nancy Devoy, "Mold"; Thomas Gierek, "Soils and Plant Growth"; Martin Lcnz, "A Profitable Plant Organism;" and Marilyn Stanfield, "Molds." Chairmen for the fair were Sister Vincent Marie, Daniel Walsh Carol Jepsen. Beth Jordan, Eris Slack and Gregory Shanahm Pupils in grades 5 through 8 participated. SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPD- Modesty was the downfall of Gon zalio Romero. Romero, 27. was arrested earl} Monday as he worked at a sewing machine in a costume shop which he told police he enterec through a broken window will burglary in mind. He was sewing his lorn trousers. WEST CHESTER. Pa. (UPD- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Trost to day offered for sale a brand new fallout shelter. The couple won the metal shel ler in a local raffle after they hat spent nearly a year working eve nings, weekends and vacations to build a concrete block under ground shelter in their backyard THE FAMILY CIRCUS, by Bil Keane "Mommy, it's the lady who always talks your mil ear ott! TO RESUME BOXING LOS ANGELES (UPD-Charlie Powell, an end with the Oakland Raiders of the American Football League, will resume his boxing career April 19 against Gerald Gaines of Los Angeles. WASHINGTON (UPI) - Alien- on all hands.' The Iradilional Navy punishmenl of a piece of bread, a jug of water and soli- ary confinement will nol be abolished. This was the promise made Wednesday by Rep. L. Mendel Rivers, D-S.C., chairman of a House armed services subcommittee considering Pentagon-requested changes in the Univorm Code of Military Justice. Rivers, speaking in his rich Southern drawl, said, at the beginning of tlie hearing thai bread and water was "as much a part of the Navy as the keel of ship." He said the traditional law ol tlie sea was a "strong thing. We aren't going to fool with that." The American Legion has asked Congress to abolish the ancient Navy punishment. The major change under consideration is a military proposal to enable officers to give enlisted men sliffer punishment without | the benefit of a court martial, i End Toilet Squeal and Drip with Ihe revolutionary FLUIDMASTER 400 Stainless Steel Ball Cock--newest sensation of plumbing industry. It's corrosion-proof, has instant positive shutoff, eliminates water waste, eliminates old-fashioned rod and air sealed float ball. Sleep tight tonight: we have Fluidmaster- 400 in stock for quick installation. PlJJMniXS onj HE- *?a. / AT1XG I 337 West Pacific, Eureka HI 2-5282 Residence Phone HI 2-3390 "after a lifetime, grain has no secrets from me" It's what you do with grain after you clioosc it that counts. How you grind it. How you mash it. 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