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Eureka Humboldt Times (Newspaper) - December 18, 1960, Eureka, California Built in Protection York s. C. Apr boat Salesman Bob Slagle arrived at work one morning to find a 35-horsepower motor had been taken from a runabout during the night. But there the motor Lay hardly a dozen feet from the boat a and Slagle knew Why. A that Rig had been sitting out by the shed for months a he grinned. A wasps had built a right big nest on that the Little boy closed his eyes and went to sleep a who Rode a sleek speedy Jet on a by c. J. Schoener new York apr a the Little boy closed his eyes and went to thus was the Way the Hospital reported that 11-year-old Stephen Baltz died at 1 . Saturday. Now the lad is with 83 others a a a o. F. Olsen moving amp storage Eureka 8th amp a a i 2-2949 a a local amp Long distance moving t Complete storage facilities agent for Allied Van lines the finest warehouse and moving facilities in Northwestern California Why i just be Christmas without a and we have Complete stocks now i Schwinn bikes Are Santa s favorite by More boys Anco Girts than any other Bike Ivy Fari so smooth so quiet so easy , too because Schwinn lasts and lasts 8ee our big selection. Low prices easy terms a buy now with our easy budget terms. A lots of free customer parking on our big convenient lot. Bill Beasley s s amp m tire service Corner of 7th journey to death. Only the boy came out alive from the incredible wreckage which Lay in a teeming Brooklyn Street after colliding Friday with another plane in the worlds worst air Accident. Each moment the red haired youngster Clung to life was moment of Triumph. In methodist Hospital in Brooklyn the prayers were Many that he would rally that he would survive the dreadful Burns Over 80 per cent of his body that his broken Bones would one Day mend. Clinging to Hope were his Dis traught j parents Imp. And mrs William Baltz of Wilmette i. Who stayed near him praying that the wonders of science and medi Cine As Well As the boys will would save him. In the ntorning�?-24 hours after the crash there was a slight note of optimism As the Hospital reported that a the has shown some response it and it it is hoped that this Progress will a a he a extremely Brave Well contained and uncomplaining a said one of the attending doctors. Then in late morning there was feverish activity by doctors and nurses. The tension of determined people embraced in a losing Battle communicated itself to Hospital personnel. At 1 ., Stephen lost the Battle. A weeping Hospital worker hardly Able to control her voice said a the Little boy closed his eyes and went to the father came to speak with newsmen. The tears shed in the privacy of the boys room were gone now. Controlled bravely will Iam Baltz said his son Wras dead. There was More to say. A i appreciate very much the attention and kindness of the people of the City of new York. The police department and fire department were Superb. The Effort to save my son and the work done Here in methodist Hospital was simply the Mother was under sedation in a private room of the Hospital. The Burns and bruises contributed to death but a Hospital spokesman reported that the major cause was extensive flame damage in the lungs. Teaching techniques continued from Page 4 programs should be revised. Too often Young people who will be exercising their skills in the 1970s Are being prepared for the technology of the 1950s. Most students will go through occupational lives characterized by constant learning of new skills. Vocational programs therefore should emphasize fundamental skills and fundamental ways of approaching problems. A school boards a High on the list of goals for any Community seriously interested in its schools is to devise a system for selection of Board members that will insure the recruitment of Able citizens and which keeps patronage at a minimum. A school districts a the local school District remains the key to Good Public education. The approximately 40,000 school districts existing today should be reduced to about 10,000 by 1970. Experts have mentioned 2,000 As minimum enrolment for an efficient District. In 1957 More than 40,000 out of a total of 52,907 school systems had enrolments of less than 300. Small school systems do not provide a sound basis for school finance. Small schools cannot provide an adequate educational program. I the Humboldt times sunday dec. 18, 1960, Page 5 .t__r__�?1�?�?ml�, now at Matthews 6th 4 j Complete Glass service Christmas special door mirrors Copper Back plate 18x68&Quot with clips White bulb lights up on the salvation army Christmas tree located near the Eureka inn for every $25 received. Lets turn on the lights for the merriest Christmas Ever for everyone salvation army Christmas fund goal ---------------------------------------$6000.00 received yesterday 358.00 total to Date 5962.62 White bulbs lit �?T238 when goal of $6000 is reached 240 White bulbs will Light up to insure Eureka a a White i Only. Thermidor Range amp oven with Glass door $295 it a a amp a a re Model company across from Tho county Hospital 2223 Harrison a a. Eureka a i 3-3313 salvation army Only $37.38 $2,400v actually Short of Christmas goal Fern Johnson salvation army Christmas committee chairman Down Osier Salinger said one Rea announced last night she is confident that the army Christmas Appeal a on was that the land was yielding goal of $6000 will be reached on monday. The army had $5962.62 an annual income of Only about last night. ,-$350. And that this was received Royalty Sale explained by Salinger Palm Beach. Fla. A president elect John f. Kennedy s j Headquarters said saturday night j that More than a year ago he sold certain Louisiana land Royalty j rights to the hostess Secretary on his private plane. Piette Salinger Kennedy s press Secretary said Janet Desrosierss paid $2,400 for the rights. Salinger was commenting on dispatches Friday from Jennings j la. They reported that Kennedy As of Friday had transferred to miss Desrosiers 75 per cent of his Mineral and Oil Royalty rights on eight tracts of land in Southern Louisiana. The Transfer reported was for 75 per cent of Kennedy s four per cent of the Oil Gas and Mineral j rights covering production from the and. The land tracts total about 1,600 acres about five Miles from the Lake Arthur Oil and Gas j Field largest in Jefferson Davis Parish county. Salinger said the Transfer for occurred More year ago. Asked Why Kennedy had sold part of the rights he held to miss what of a a people to repeat words that sound Blurry to you you May Nee i an ac0ustic0n hearing Aid. We test hearing free acoustic on of Eureka 435 sati St. I 3-00 4-Evtry thurs. Clinic Day $18�?T5 Matthews 6th amp j 6th amp j Green Stamps a 2-1778 dental health facts tooth Rushing after eating food containing sugar or carbohydrates acid begins forming in your Mouth. You should Brush your Teeth within 15 minutes a ter eating before the acid has a Chance to damage the enamel use a Toothbrush with a Small head. Take time give the tooth waste a Chance to work. F Brush Down on upper Teeth. Brush up on lower Teeth Force bristles into spaces Between the Teeth while brushing inner and outer surfaces. Use scrubbing motion when brushing the chewing surfaces. If you cannot Brush your Teeth after eating you should rinse your Mouth thoroughly with water. Save or. Simpson a a v e very Low prices says 90<�� the. Bookkeeping involved was not we Orth the time and trouble. Before becoming Kennedy a hostess Secretary aboard the however she urges All citizens forces. She said that in any Situa in about 30 checks a month for As to keep responding to the Appeal Tion where there is a genuine Little As 30 cents each As generously As possible in order Nee Ltd the salvation army is pre the press Secretary indicated j that the deficit of nearly $4000 in. ,. ,4 pared to meet the need to the the salvation army 1960 maintenance drive of last september St its ability May be overcome. Mrs. Johnson this weekend the members of stated that the Money received in army s league of mercy will plane attractive and Auburn the Christmas Appeal will by no visiting rest Homes and the haired miss Desrosiers worked for Means All be spent on Christmas county Hospital to give Christmas seven years for the president baskets toys dinners or gifts for Sunshine packages to the in elects father Joseph p. Kennedy the sick and aged. Habitats. The packages contain Salinger said the plane is owned she said that much of the Money l0et articles games and Candy by a Kennedy family corporation will be used to meet the welfare an w Al by Are Ein is Mcnaire and that his business needs brought about by the heavy used. Salvation army Musi operations also Are handled by the unemployment situation in the trans w provide Christmas elder Kennedy a office in new of our work is making modern dental plates partial plates removable Bridges and extractions for dental plates. This tremendous volume allows us to offer Low prices for Dainty Light weight dental plates set with sparkling translucent Teeth and yet not sacrifice one bit of Quality. Come in and see modern dental plates. Over the years dental science has made Many improvements in dental plates using new plastics and modern translucent new materials Are used and acclaimed by Many dentists and Are in my opinion More attractive than most real Teeth. Or. V. C Simpson county. In recent weeks she said the demand for general welfare has risen heavily and is expected to increase after december. She said that if the $6000 goal for the salvation army a tree of lights a Appeal is reached monday. A Large Star will be placed on top of the tree in front of the Eureka inn. Donations in excess of $6000 will be indicated by red lights one for every $25 received through the kettles and through the mail. In addition to meeting the de Mand mrs. Johnson said for groceries lodgings clothes meals transportation rent Etc the local salvation army participates in the organizations statewide services such As Hospital for the unmarried mothers alcoholic rehabilitation centers emergency disaster service missing persons Bureau and services to the armed music. I York. Magnificent beyond words. Magna Vox ? spectacular 27&Quot to stereophonic High Fidelity entertainment Center a credit dentistry Eureka i 2-9049 waylay Nelson mirrors make the Ideal gift for the Home full door length or any size or shape. In the finest highly polished plate Glass Quality. They la need a paved sidewalk. Or driveway Why not make the whole family Happy by eliminating mud tracks in the House. And providing a Winter play surface. Call us for an estimate to pave your sidewalk or driveway. Nothing Down. And take up to 36 months on a Bank Home improvement loan. Quality Concrete ready mix coi free estimates. Eureka i 3-2791 Areata a 2-2937 Lutfik order now for Christmas also in Stock a herring Salt amp pickled a anchovies a Roll pulse a head cheese a Lingo berries a potato sausage a danish and norwegian cheese a Rye meal 1 Knacke Brod 1 swedish Rye bread 1 swedish Coffee bread and Many More scandinavian foods in Stock at Sig Sander Groc. 1480 Myrtle i 2-5301 v tin spectacular s. Stereo theatre 27 enjoy All the latest developments of electronic science that finest Magna Vox listening and viewing with breathtaking new reamsm a chromatic to the a Gge it. Cl.,. Mon a a re a Long a it ure o. All Superb pm am ado. To. ,onary a a a Magna Vox Imperial record player with a Feather touch stereo Diamond pick up will play your records Lor a be. Time of Normal use perceptible Wear to record or stylus always plays them at exact . Powerful stereo Loo oct l Heay Duy 15 is a a two 1000 Cycle exponential treble horns. Acoustically perfected hand crafted me furniture creation truly the finest entertainment Center your Money can buy. In several fines Fri Woods a Hui i gone a Masure pm Complete ready to hang in your Home also custom Cut to your individual Quot needs we know that every housewife needs and wants full length mirrors particularly in every bedroom in their Home. We also know that they make Ideal Christmas gifts both from a practical and a Home decorative Point of View. Why not fill that Long wanted need this Christmas. Come in and make your selection today. Open evenings starting monday dec. 12th of Banka Dericard service direct factory dealer Eueril Erkert a three generations of furniture knowledge 854 9h St., Arcata open evenings 9 . A til Christmas tall your insurance Agnf you want Quot was Quot Nalson to do Tho Job. 4 specialist in Auto and truck Glass Wesley Nelson class amp mirrors Quot Vii i 5th amp a streets Eureka i 2-2331 i 2-523

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