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Eureka Times Standard (Newspaper) - May 7, 1968, Eureka, California Salaries of teachers passed funds later capital v ote pits Bobby huh slates Skeleton lip the Humboldt times tuesday. May 7. 19k8-p 2 Eureka City Board of education realizing the necessity for action before knowing t h e amount of Money it will be Able to draw upon provided monday night for 1968-69 salary sche taxes both just prior to the i thanks Quot to Tel for the com adoption of the publication Bud Pany s generosity gets for the two school districts another Resolution adopted on july 15. This would enable conveys to the City of Eureka the trustees to determine if 23,700 Square feet of present funds can be included Tempo Dules for All employees. The warily in the undistributed remeasured establishing the sche serve for adjustments in salary ton Road. In addition easements Dules was adopted unanimous schedules. Will be granted to the City for Grant school land for the City s planned improvement of Camp continued from Page i she moved from their Home in oct., 1966. They Are continuing Washington apr the their search for her. Clash of two democratic nation Santa Susanna police on sept. A1 convention Delegate slates a 9, 1965 were seeking the where voting vice president Hubert h about of Thomas Kelley 35, 6�?T Humphrey and one backing sen. I Quot reported working As a la Robert f. Kennedy d-n.y., Borer in Eureka area lumber highlights today s District of co Mills. He was to be advised of Lumbia primary. The death of his father. On the Republican Side a Par on Jan. 19, 1965 a local bowl to slate split Between former Ling Alley reported a Warren vice president Richard m. Nix Wisner 45. 5�?~5&Quot or 5 6&Quot, failed on and new York gov. Nelson to report for work and a 1968 by by the quorum of three mein before the fiscal measure was slopes covering 29,800 Square a. Rockefeller is challenged by notation on the file discloses he hers present. Adopted the Board members feet. The Price would be Jack Mozzini conducted the were told District superin cents per Square foot of the land meeting and the others voting i pendent Jack r. Singer that. $3,965 total and 8.62 cents per were c. R. Bob Janssen and graduation ceremonies h a v e Square foot for the slope ease Mathew Santino. Been scheduled for Eureka High ments $2.568 76 total Janssen proposed favourable school in the auditorium on june Terry Mcgovern City direct action on the Resolution and his motion was seconded by Santino. Janssen commented tersely a we have no Choice in this Santino said a we Reserve the right to make the pay of both certificated instructional and classified non instructional employees is involved. What makes the action mandatory at this time is that tentative budgets for the new school year must be presented to the Board by june 15 although it will not be known until considerably later How much assistance will come from the state and from local tax sources. The continuity of salaries is essential regardless of estimates of income. Official action later the pay schedules tentatively adopted for 1968-69 Are the current ones 1967-68 in both employee categories. Any increments would come As an afterthought retroactively to july i 1963, when Sacramento has spoken. Legislative action is expected at Midsummer or even late summer the Board of education intends to review available funds from state allocations and local 7 a Friday. Diplomas will be tor of Public works appeared presented to the graduates in before the Board in connection two sections at 6 30 . And. With the Transfer of land and at 8 45 . There Are approx easements. 17.24 a dissident slate weighted heavily toward California gov. Ronald Reagan. Some 165,000 voters about three fourths of them democrats Are eligible to cast ballots before the polls close at 8 . Edt. Mately 607 seniors who Are expected to graduate. Members of the Board of education will speak at the ceremonies. Lease approved in other business monday night the trustees approved a lease agreement Between t h e Eureka High school District and the Pacific lumber co. For a five year period beginning june 4 for use of a parcel of land and bus garage on the land in Humboldt county containing .115 acres. A nominal rental fee of $3 is specified. Santino voiced his a personal i graph co. A personnel matter approved by the trustees was the appointment of four local physicians to serve at school athletic contests High school District through the 1968-69 school year. They Are drs. Halvor j. Braafladt William w. Davis Vincent san Sone and John Schonwald. Each will receive a Token salary of $1 annually. Four gifts of Money and equipment were received a with appreciation from Alice Birney school Pat Washington school Pat mrs. Lucille Owen and the Pacific Telephone and Tele still has not been heard from. It is believed he May have gone to the Sacramento area. Los Angeles police Are checking a 1963 address listed for him. The Ada county sheriffs office in Boise ida., reported a i. ,. ,. Missing Man on june 6, 1965, but because the nation s Cap. Identifying him As John Joseph Tai is using Long paper ballots Hunter j7 a. 165 Bue e e and because some 400 Candi Jar own he air dates Are running for 169 party Quot ,. N. Posts the winners May not be wort cd is trek dry a known for several Days. He was believed working As although slates Are entered in a truck Driver on the Samoa both party races voters can Peninsula Here in May 1965, pick individual candidates for but a Check of Pocai unions and Forfia tonight a from 6 45 family night us sub Mill Mem ii comm rot Muse Pius Liz. Admission $1.25 for the whole family police continue to probe big theft of Arsenal of weapons the 23 democratic Delegate slots and 9 gop convention posts. The democratic primary started out As a contest Between backers of sen. Eugene j. Mccarthy d-minn., and the organization ticket which supported president Johnson. Arcata police today Are continuing their investigation of a break in and burglary at t h e maim and Murray sporting goods store in which 24 weapons including rifles revolvers and pistols and several boxes of ammunition were taken. Chief n. J. Gibson said the theft of the Small Arsenal occurred sometime sunday night i after the store closed at 6 . And before it reopened for business at 8 a m. Yesterday j investigators assigned to the Case joined store employees in a Day Long inventory for the missing weapons along with some jackets and a sleeping bag and indications Are that the list May grow. The loss value was estimated at $2,000 As 13 rifles nine revolvers and two pistols and about a half dozen boxes of ammunition appeared to be the major targets of the bandits. Gibson said the rifles included 30-30, 30-06 and .243 calibre weapons while the pistols ranged from several .38 specials one 9mm and mostly .22 calibre hand guns. The ammunition Tak about half and half for phone 442-3170 Mirren Beatty Faye Duna it tonight Bonnie �?7 00 10 45 runner a once-8 55 they re Young. They re in love and they kill people Bonnie _ cd the technicolor Sinatra Wishkah us a v a a i i i it oven int i y t i r a a wet s oot Hirx to it the naked it runner fat urine Peter Vaughan technicolor tech Scopi from Warner Bros. The rifles and smaller guns. Several Hunting jackets and a sleeping bag believed used to carry out the loot Are also listed along with possibly one or two bottles of liquor and some other Hunting equipment such As knives. Chief Gibson said it appears the weapons were the primary object of the bandits and there was no apparent search for Money or any other items entry was gained by chop Ping a Hole in the roof of the store on the Plaza and exit was made the same Way with a table moved under the Hole and some cases stacked on top of it. Doors to the store locked both inside and outside were not tampered with the chief said there also appeared to be some gun Scopes stolen and one of the missing rifles is a 30 to 40-year-old Winchester 30-30 with a Mauser Bolt action. Officers said it looked like a professional Job and the chief disclosed a number of Bay area sporting goods stores have been hit for their weapons in the last year. Chief Gibson said there has always been an underground and underworld Market for weapons adding there is nothing at tills Lime to indicate the burglary was committed by any militant groups. A phone a t 44.2-2070 tonight doors open 6 45 feature a 7 35 10 00 Quot one of the Yea Lilb bests his Vork huh Joseph e Levine Mike Nichols Lawrence Turman Quot dont miss entertainment this is Benjamin. He a a Little worried about his future. The graduate jss8gzxsar prices for this engagement loge $1.75 a general $1.50 l l copa mail to new Post Washington a two men of Indian descent a one from Northern californian have been named by the Bureau of Indian affairs to head agencies in new Mexico and North Dakota the Bureau announced today. Edward o. Plummer 40, Tohatchi n.m., a Navajo was appointed superintendent of the Eastern Navajo Agency Crownpoint n a he is currently officer of the Navajo area office window Rock adz. Tile other is Jerome f Tom have 38, Elbow ods. N.d., a Gros Ventre Indian who is realty officer of the Hoopa calif., area Field office. He was named superintendent of the fort Tow ten Agency in North Dakota. Mrs. Wallace continued from Page i elation of the state of Alabama. It was accepted on her behalf by her eldest daughter mrs James Parsons in Birmingham last month. Mrs. Parsons 22. And the other three Wallace children Peggy 18 George Wallace jr., 16, and Janie Lee Wallace 7�?were at their mothers Side when she died. For Janie Lee it was especially cruel. She had received the Best birthday present she could wish for when she reached the age of 7 on april 13�?mrs. Wallace went Home after nearly two months in the Hospital. There had been Hope however slender that the governor might survive. She took Short walks around the mansion even went for a car ride a time or two. Other offices have failed to disclose his whereabouts. Two Arcata children visiting their grandparents at Berry Summit found the Skeleton Zed remains in a shallow grave Par rally covered with Large rocks and Earth. Officers said the Skull had rolled partway Down the Hill leading to the discovery of the grave and indicate the remains Are a a probably those of a murder victim. Coroner Nielsen said the remains could be anywhere from 18 months to four years old and did not completely discount the possibility the victim could have been one of those of the Christmas 1964 floods. He said the victim could have been scooped up undetected when debris was cleared from flooded area and hauled to dump site. The discovery was made too far from a flood area otherwise he said. Nielsen added however a a Man does t commit suicide then Bury sheriff Gene Cox reported one of the rocks found in the Middle of the Torso was of Boulder size and would require at least one adult to put it there. 25 miners trapped Hominy Falls . A plastic tubes containing water a the Call went out for skin sandwiches and hot Coffee to the divers today to Aid in the Rescue mine conveyor Belt to tile 13 of 25 Coal miners trapped inside trapped nearest the Entrance. A two mile Coal Shaft by thou the packages went in at 4 44 Sands of Gallons of water. . And 13 minutes later the the divers were due in from radiotelephone crackled with Philadelphia before noon to Aid the word a we got the miners trapped in the Low a i know 15 of the Guys Are a shaped mine Shaft since noon going to be Okay a said Ernest monday. Fitzwater who escaped from surface Rescue units which the mine just before it became worked through a night of near freezing temperatures had made Telephone Contact with 15 flooded. But he said the his brother Joe to including Are at the of the entombed men. The other deepest part. A there is no Way to were at the Low end of the they can get out flooded Shaft and had not been1 the men were Chipping Coal heard from since water poured from the Wall of the mine local through a mine Wall from an add about 70 Miles Southeast of Jacent abandoned mine. Charleston in Southeastern West the officials hoped the three Virginia when they punched divers equipped with scuba through into an abandoned mine self contained underwater filled with water breathing apparatus could a Wall of water one official make their Way to the miners said cascaded through and Iso with air tanks and possibly food dated the Crew in the passage Rescue directors scored a Way too Low for a Man to stand breakthrough when they lashed up straight. Taji at last a perfume that lasts a Sam tonight Hom trosits a Kwh Hyman pit 7�flmrt,y dozen metr0c0lor flus Lee Marvin Point Blank in pan vision and Melro Colot \ Taji is All pure perfume Oil inspired by the scents and essences of the East. 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