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Eureka Humboldt Times (Newspaper) - December 18, 1960, Eureka, California The Humboldt times sunday dec. 18, 1960, Page 2 buys clothes for Iroline Lieve we have a Good and Effi Palm Beach Fla apr Clem police department. It must future first lady Jacqueline not operate under any kind of a Kennedy is not Only planning her Cloud. A own wardrobe for the White Detroit asks proline of cop brutality toward neg roes Detroit a cur and Coon to officials joined saturday in de mending a thorough inquiry into charges of police brutality and Bias toward negroes Here. The charges were made by two Pohs Emen m the . Civil rights commit a whip shearing in Detroit last week. Both Are negroes. Other negro witnesses com plated of what they termed Detroit discrimination in housing employment education and administration erf Justice. Police commissioner Herbert a Hart said he has asked Wayne county prosecutor Samuel Olsen to re via w the charges erf the sex policemen one claimed he once was piss whipped by a White policeman. Doodles Juk leads Turkl in Hawaii 1,1 vote count Dennis the menace by Hank a chum at the civil rights commission hearing several White witnesses agreed with negro witnesses there was some discrimination Here but All concurred with gov. G Mennen we Lliam there has been a a remarkable indication of inter racial coming of age since a 1943 race riot left 34 dead. 1.000 injured and a million dollars property damage in Detroit some Whites indicated belief negroes were overstating their discrimination Case. One discounting accusations of police brutality toward negroes said 60 to 65 per cent of de Roitz a crimes Are com mayor i it c. Miriani said fitted of negroes although they we to have the charges make up Only 25 per cent of its either proved or disproved. I be population. Proem Stop ci0ar Vinyl Spring of motor with jewel faceted fancy High Heel and Vamp treatment. Sizes 4 the 10, a and b. Gold room tin fable Satin dress Heel pumps. Double Needle tee lifetime High or medium Heel. In White smooth or sculptured brocade Satin sizes 4 to 10 a and i. We tint to match any color Fri. Matching sags. J2 w 338-5th Street Eureka House but that of her daughter Caroline. 3. Convalescing after the birth of her second child mrs. Kennedy has been Busy seeing that Caroline has everything from bathing suits to party dresses for some time to come. While mrs. Kennedy herself is staying at Home she sent Caroline out this week with her governess and a secret service agent to Palm Beach shop that specializes in children s clothes Fine lingerie and linens and has Long been patronized by the Kennedy. The shop owner Estelle Parker who helped provide mrs. Kennedy s Trousseau when she married sen. John f. Kennedy was Busy outfitting Caroline. With an Eye to the future dresses and garments for Caro Ine a now a perfect size 3�?� have been ordered in sizes Quot toddler 4, regular 4 and some 5�?Ts�?� so she can grow into them. Governess Majde Shaw came in with a desc nut on of what or. Kennedy wanted for her daughter and a goodly a diction was sent to the Kennedy Home for approval. Mrs. Parker shop on Worth Avenue Swank shopping Center has children s dresses costing As much As $79.59 each. In fact mrs. Parker said one such item Quot real lace hand embroidered and very elaborate a was sent in the Batch for mrs Kennedy s selection but she sent it Back according to mrs. Parker As being Quot too elaborate and too ail the clothes she selected were Quot very simple and very tailored Quot and prices averaged about $17,-95. Mrs. Parker did no to say How big mrs. Kennedy s order was. Dentist actually the patient in this Doodle is me. The last time i went to the dentist i painted Little Dollar signs on my Teeth hoping that it would inject some humor into what is usually g Dull session. But unfortunately my my dentist does no to seem to be Able to appreciate a harmless joke when it s offered in the spirit of Good fun and sportsmanship. Instead of laughing he used a Dull Drill on my lateral bicuspid and refused to let me rinse out for almost Twenty minutes. He also suited cold air on one of my Loo a fillings and while i was attempting to get his nurses Dudge Jamieson for a statewide Telephone number he a Rayed my Wallet and held my Brand new Necktie Over the flame of his lit tie Bunsen Burner. You just can to fool around with dentists u. S. Blames Russia for Laos crisis convenient anyway Lynchburg a. A the thief who stole waiter e. Me Quarry s car made everything convenient. He left it behind tray Washington a the United states blamed the soviet Union Quot and its partners saturday for the fratricidal War in Laos. It condemned As illegal soviet delivery of arms to laotian rebel forces. A note blaming the soviet government and its partners for the civil War in Lack was delivered to soviet ambassador Mikhail Honolulu a president elect John f. Kennedy held a 21-vote Edge saturday Over vice president Richard m. Nixon for Hawaii a three electoral votes for president after a recount of 45 of 240 precincts. The count was Kennedy 92,429 and Nixon 92,408. Circuit judge Ronald b. Jamieson said he May order a second recount of All precincts if Kennedy Stul leads after 17 More precincts Are counted. The original ballot count after the nov. 8 election gave Nixon a 141-vo�?Te margin. Judge Jamieson ordered a partial recount after Island democrats contended there were Seri ours errors in the voting totals. He first ordered 34 precincts recounted. Nixon a Edge dropped to 61 votes. Seven More were recounted and Nixon a margin dwindled. Friday night judge Jamieson ordered 21 More recounted. Kennedy passed Nixon after the first four were counted. Only two Days remain before the electoral votes must be cast spurring democrats to press a a a a a sunday december 18, 1960 a a a Robert w. Feldmiller Fortuna Sharon Shepherd. Indio Donna Kathleen Konicke Rte. 1, Box 684, Mccann Michael Allen Griffith Ferndale Emily Hjelm 2133 Fairfield Sharon Lyness 1121 eighth St. John j. Christen Box 621, Ferndale Joseph Clayton Bergfalk 616 Stulman Way Fortuna Douglas Johnson 1026 j St. Alan Melton Hoopa Raymond Steen Rio Dell Dan Stickels Scotia Tommy Nellist Blue Lake monday december 19, 1960 a a Mary Hinton Kneeland a a a Richie Lourenzo Ferndale Janice Lorrane Gomes Box 319, Ferndale Sandra Kukuk Ferndale Alyce Lorraine Stute . Box 132, Roh Nerville Mary e. Thompson Rte. I Box 101, Crannell John Paul Standry 1963 Myrtle John d. Snider sr., Rte. 1, Box 242. Areata Phil Tripp Klamath Amy Irene Gritts Blue Lake James e. Crusoe bold Evilie Harold Hagen. 923 r St Evelyn Marshall Hoopa a tvs the season to spend a a a a a a tra la la la i a la la la la engagement starts dec. 24 a state theatre performances evenings 7 30 including week Days matinees sat., Sun monday at 1 30 seats available for All performances a today a continuous from 12 45 Yul Mitt Bryn n or Gay recount. Fic officer Charles Home. And ing w. Loving a Menshikov by Deputy unde Secre it blocked the Park area of an apartment used a a a Bill Burleson a police reporter or the Lynchburg news. Used car from Mccrea motors safety checked bargain priced Stop in today and see our big selection of Quality used cars tary of state Raymond Hare at the state department. The u. S. Note on the situation in Laos rejected Sov Iet charges that the United states had taken aggressive actions to provide arms to the american forces of Gen. Thoumi Nosavan. The United states replied that the soviet charge that lao army troops had been Given Arma recently was completely false. It said the lao army had been equipped with m24 tanks and 105-millimeter howitzers prior to the outbreak of rebellion aug. 9 and added the United states has not in fact supplied any equipment of this Type to Laos since 1957. The United states has never supplied 120-nv Alimeter mortars armed aircraft or armed or armoured vessels to Laos. The United states has not brought any arms or ammunition into Laos since the end of november. No u. a helicopters have been used to direct artillery to these specific denials of soviet charges in a dec. 13 note from Moscow the american note also added that u. S. Advisers in the country have not led any Mili tary actions. Quot the responsibility for the pres ent fratricidal War in Laos about which the soviet government claims to be concerned rests squarely and solely upon the soviet government and its partners. Sleet Snow nip Eastern part of u. S. By the associated press cold weather laced with sleet rain or Snow chilled a wide stretch of the country from the Northern Rockies to new England saturday. Freezing rain iced sections of Eastern Oregon and Idaho. Rain and showers spread across the Northwest from coastal Washington into Northern California. Snow flurries fell from Montana into Minnesota and in portions of the Northeast. But locally heavy Snow squalls deepened a 14 foot Snow Blanket already covering the area just East of lakes Erie and Ontario. Midday temperatures Clung to the 20-degree Range Over most Northern states and occasionally railed to climb out of the teens along the Northern Border. Readings ranged into the 30s southward and up to the 50s across the South. Ends tonight Al Bimm pm Solomon but of Sheba shews 1 00 . Audrey Hepburn. Be Mann Anthony Perkins Leej. Green Cobb mansions conf Mascot barbs by Hal Cochran if you can to sleep at nig lie real still and count the col webs in the upper Corners your bedroom. If Only police could run Down speeders As fast As speeders run Down pedestrians. 0 0 9 earmuffs can serve More tha Lone purpose a for sex amp keep you from hearing wha people Are saying about the weather. A a a you can t blame old fashioned elderly women for being proud of their Gray hair. It s perfectly natural. Try continuous Joy filled programs from 12 45 . In the Eureka and state theatres. From 6 . In the Midway drive in get your free tickets from the sponsors 2 a today continuous from 12 45 Horn Brooks shoes 517 5th Street Danielson s men s store 4th and f streets Maxon s toys hobbies 309 f Street photo specially 511 f Street Empire cleaners 530 f Street Mclain s Shell service 7th and f streets try tums a a fresh mint taste and Relief that s muiuk5 a Mccrea 1. Fast 2. Long lasting 3. Safe 7th Between f a g Eureka i 2-5779 c. B. Electric 6th and d streets big pm Quot furniture 5th and j Street court House Market 929 4th Street Ritchie Woods drugs 5th and g streets Miles 88c Center 525 fair 305 coffees hop 305 f Street Jerry s record Corral 515 f Street taxi cafe 615 f Street Mccrea motors 7th f and g streets red Kitchen 618 a 4th Street Eureka cleaners 918 4th Street Ogden s automotive 1737 a 5th Street continuous from 12 45 now. We had put her living in the Tomb a your Myrtle town merchants for the Tummy Brown s hardware 1648 Myrtle ave. Buxton s drugs 1694 Myrtle Avenue Burl Kraft Marine 1489 Hoover Street modern cake shop 1666 Myrtle ave. Sun Ray cleaners 1670 Myrtle ave. Dyer s Douglas Sarvice Myrtle it Hoover a your Harris Street merchants Gyi Bic it she Vvs Diane Baker Barr Coe plus a delightful co feature for child Ken of 2 to 102 Only. The food Mart Harris at f streets Harris drugs Harri and Union Street Sundquist paints 426 Harris Street Harris variety Herolt and Union streets and Harris hardware a 402 West Harris Norm Beck s Garden shop 2259 Myrtle ave. Seven up bottling 17 West 2nd Street Breckenridge electric 518 Quot a Quot Street Western Chain saw 3008 Broadway Edson Dyhrberg 617 Sommer Street Eureka Neon North Hiway 101

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