February 1995 Table of Contents
Humboldt Remembers Iwo Jima
Wally Graves tells a personal tale of several survivors of Iwo
February News Briefs
Shake, rattle & drip; Grand Jury Knocks; L-P Fines for Odor;
Inn sale final; Eureka Attorney Dies
Age of innocence lost
What ever happened to the halcyon days of youth?
"I wouldn't want to be a kid today," said Rose Baker,
a parenting instructor and foster mother
who lives in Eureka, and many people probably would agree.
By Lisa Ladd-Wilson
IN THE GARDEN
Look ma, no dirt
Want to grow fresh produce year round? Try hydroponics.
By Terry Kramer
by Miv Shaaf
Pilav, pilaf, pellao
By Betty Thompson
A day in a white coat
by Ron Ross
Time well spent
by Leslie Meriwether
How much of our brain do we use? Something like 10 percent,
Maybe I'm paranoid, but I worry: Is my own brain up to something
I don't know about?
By Marie Gravelle
North Coast Journal on the Internet
By Judy Hodgson, Editor & Publisher
Copyright 1995, North Coast Journal