Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on January 4, 1962 · Page 20
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 20

Eureka, California
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Thursday, January 4, 1962
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STANDARDThursday. Jan. 4, 1962, P. 20 1961-IN HISTORY Russian comcncHtt Yur circles glctx In HttUltt Ktnwdy oiki $3.4 billio F.imki r«w««» nuclear lining; M p e r b o m b t o c o p i x r i t l U.S. or»kl* 29 electrical mnnnlocturen of prkt fixtngi __J MilitarTIu takc o m i u l e o Kennedy seti KJ Peace Coip» proposes 10-year latin Amerka aid program. Torn", coming $300 million c!onl .._ Ix-NoiiAdolf Ektonwim sentenced to r crimes against humanity. _2_J "Freedom Riders" beat. Montgomery, Ala., race Former Congo Fremter itrke Lumumba muro'ered. U.N. Secretary-Genera immarskjola' killed in plane crash. U.S. varjtitps stand guard off Dominican Republic os nation strives toward democracy. Federal grand jury indicts U.S. Communist narly for failing to register al agent of the U.S.S.K. U.S.S.ft. breaks diplomatic relations with Albania. Red China fdill in bid for U.N. seat Adolf Eictimann d guilty of var crimes, ed to h U.N. launches offensiTt oganstKatangese in Blisabethville, Truce cajled; Premier Tshombe pledges end to secession. Preifdent and Mn. Kennedy enlhusiasticalEv hailed rJunng lt to Venezuela and Colombia, '"""" Circus tent fire k i l l s over 300 near Rio de Janeiro. By United Press International May; high today 50-55; low to ght 36-42; ots. Northern C a l i f o r n i a : rough Friday except fog in San aquin Valley and clouds in ex erne north Friday; warmer in Shnsta-Siskiyou area: Fair AH-Slar Tourney Gets Underway MIAMI BEACH (UPD-A pin- pounding army ot 432 bowlers rolls Into action today as the Na- ilonol All-Star Tournament gets under way at Miami Beach Convention Hall with record prize money of $100,000 al slake. Bill Tucker will be on hand to defend his men's title against 287 other male stars, including Don Carter, Dick Weber and Raj Bluth. The top man will pull down $15,000. Phyllis Notaro will defend her women's crown against M3 dis- aff stars, among them Marion Ladowig, Sylvia Wcne and Shirley Garms. The winning woman will gel $5.000. The ll'-day Funeral Notices * ' * . * * Obituaries WESTON C. AMBROSINI Rosary for Western C. Ambro- sinl will be reciled · Thursday at 8 p. m. in the Chapel of Citizens Mortuary. Requiem-Mass will be celebrated Friday at 10 a.m. in the Church of lire Assumption with the Rev.. Patrick Me- Grath, Celebrant. Interment will follow in St. Mary's cemetery, Fcrndale. Members of llw Humboldt Swiss club are asked to attend. Pallbearers will be Everett Kauscn, Wesley Kausen, Emmet Tighe, William Ambrosini, Hichard Tomini and Carlo Ambrosiiii. tournament concludes with the championship matches over a nationwide television broadcast Jan. 13. $2,500 pro-am tournament gels things under way today, with the All-Star itself opening its run on Thursday. INSTANT HOSPITALS--While public attention lias concentrated on fallout shelters, officials of the Health, Education and Welfare Dept. have been stockpiling $260 million worth ot medical supplies. Largest single Hem is the Civil Defense Emergency Hospital ( C U K I I ) -- a complete, 200-bed general hospital stored in boxes and crates. There will be 1,030 of these hospitals placed in warehouses, town halls, schools, etc.. in "nontargel" areas in the 50 states, Puerto liico and the Virgin Islands. Ncwsniap spots 1.907 of the hospitals; (he remaining 23 have not yet been positioned. The hospitals include everything from forceps to throw-away paper bed sheets. Each costs from $21,000 lo $26.000. I I A S K I I A U . IN ASIA T A I I ' E I , Formosa ( U I ' D -- J a p a n plays the P h i l i p p i n e s and Koreii mccls Nationalist China today in (he fourth Asian baseball tourna- ment. J a p a n , t h e d e f e n d i n g c h a m - pion, beat Korea, 2-0, Tuesday hc- l i i n i l the two-hit pitching of Sasaki Kichiro. I I A N ' D I C A I * I1KATS TOf.OSA, Spain (UPI) -- Clii- qnilo dc Arrulz of Spain defeated Gordon I'iric. the Hritish distance ampion. Sunday when he wor a 10.000-mclcr race in nine sec nmls faster lime thnn his oppo ncnt. I'irie had granted Arruiz a 125-meter handicap. Appraisers must examine dia onrls in natural light away from the sun because they lake on sur rounding colors. Red Arms Aid Ties Up Castro's Regime WASHINGTON (UPI)-Commii-| nisi nations have pumped $CO-$IOO nillion worth of military hard- ward into Cuba, enabling Fidel Castro lo build the Western Hemi- ipherc's Ihe Slate Depart- issucd Wednesday night said Castro's regime is so commerce involves Irade wilh Ih Communist world. a delaifa links wit The U.S. report is summary of Cuba's according [o ment, A rcpovl closely hloc thai lie away to. to the Sine-Soviet communism. It was prepared t lend support lo U.S. argument that t h c hemisphere nation should denounce Castro and i pose economic and diplomat! sanctions on his government. The rc[)0rt includes availab probably could not""""""'" 11 «!· TM »«B« even it he wanted TM us lC *** " ot rcf f, r to The 23-page report, issued one year after the United Stales severed diplomntic ties wilh Castro, said 80 per cent of Cuba's foreign OUR ANCESTORS uincy !,.j Harvey M. Harper Co. 6)h tt B Slreols, Eurelta Harpers Crescent Motors Crescent CUy -- IN 3 - 3 1 2 8 "Cap'n Bligh, I'm worried---this is the third tlmo tha men have complained about no strawberries for dessert!" I am a Marxist" speech Dee. 2. The document gives this sui n a r y of Cuban-Soviet bloc ties Military -- Communist arm vhich . began to arrive in mi %0, a m o u n t lo "ten's of thousan of tons" valued at 560 lo $1 million. The arms shipmenls i eluded "considerable numbers" Mig jet fighters. Caslro's coi lined a r m e d forces, probab 260,000 lo 400,000 soldiers a m i l i t i a , are 10 limes bigger th hose of previous Cuban gover ments. Economic -- Cuba's Irade \vi .he Communist bloc has jumpc 'rom 2 per'cent of its lotal fo cign commerce lo 80 per cc: Caslro hns negotiated technic aid agreements with Red Chi and all bloc nations except V bania. SIGNS WITH SAINTS SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-Ja Allnin, a 6-foot-9, 255-pound ce ter from Idaho Stale, has sign a conlrnct with the San Francis Saints of the American Bask bnll tongue. He played jvilh I Cleveland Pipers last year until broke a leg in mid-season. Almosl n billion dollars a ye Is dropped into juke boxes in t United Slates. Delegates Named To Alameda Meet Delegates to the midwinter conference to be held in Alameda on January 27 and 28 were elected at Ihe meeting of Ihe Ladies Auxiliary of Eagles, No. 130 recently. Elected were Mrs. Richard Wyman, Mrs. Essie Randall and Mrs. Winslon Drain. Nominations for chaplain were also held and Mrs. Josephine Mohorovich was nominalcd. Elections will be held al the next meeting which will be held Jan. 11. Reports on the Christmas baskets for Ihe needy families were given by Mrs. George Horner and Mrs. Essie Randall. A committee was appointed by the president to purchase yarns and materials for the palicnls at he Humboldt County Habitaion Nursing Home. Appointed were Mrs. lirsel Bynum, Mrs. Richard Wyman and Mrs. .George Homer. An officers meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Norman Underwood at 8 p.m. Jan. 18 for praclice. Pal gifts were exchanged and Mrs. Ida Belts won the attendance prize. Refreshments were served following the meeting. MKS. JENNIE ANN LANGDON Mrs. Jennie-Ann Langdon, 86, formerly of 2337 California St., Eureka, died Tuesday evening in a local nursing home following a lengthy illness. She was born August 10, 1875, in her native Illinois. She lived in Humboldt County 50 years. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Alma E. Peters, Eureka and granddaughter, Mrs. Mercile Big- nasti, San Francisco. Funeral services will be held Saturday, 11 a.m., at Sanders Funeral Home, with the Rev. James M. Brown officiating. In- ermcnt will follow at Ocean View cemetery. LEGAL NOTICES No. .15170 Oepl. 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of Ihe Slate or California in and (or trie Counly of KumbotdL In trie Mailer of the Estate of FLORA ANNE JORDAN, aho known as FLORA A. JOROAN, Deceased. - designed Executrix of the Lul Will ind Testament and of the Eslate of FLORA ANNE JORDAN, also known aj FLORA A. JORDAN, Deceased, to trie creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, lo llle their claims with Ihe necessary vouchers within six montns after Ihe first publication ot Ihli notice, In me Office ol trie Clerk of the superior Court of Ihe Stale ol California. In iv.d for the County cf Humboldt, in rhe City of Eureka, County of Humboldt, State of California, or lo present said claims wlm Ihe necessary voucher* within said six months to Ihe said Executrix at the Office ol J. 'Thomas Fraier, attorney al law, 815 Seven'h Streel, City of Eureka, County of Humboldt, State of California, which said office place the undersigned of business In selects matters her con- Eslate of FLORA lso known as FLORA SCHEDULE TWO BOUTS LONG BEACH, Calif. ( U P I ) *fanny Elias of Plwenix, Ariz., and Ray Salazar of Santa Ana necttd wltn rr-e ANNE JORDAN, A. JORDAN .Deceased. Oared: December 11, 19S1. E T T A M. KRUEGER, Executrix cf the Last Will and Testament of Ihe Eslate ol FLORA ANNE JORDAN, also known as FLORA A. JOROAN, Deceased. 1. THOMAS F R A S E R , Attorney for Executrl*. xlay 'and tonight; cloudy and armer Friday. Sierra Nevada: Fair with little mperature change through Fri y- Sacramento Valley: Fair except wal morning fog through Friday; gh both days 45-55; low tonight ·2-40; north winds 10-20 m.p.h.; humidity. San J o a q 11 i n Valley: Fog irough" Friday except fair in tocklon area this afternoon; high toth days 42-52; low tonight 32-39; ght winds. Salinas Valley: Fair through riday; high both days 62-72; low might 32-10; light winds; high oday and low tonight Salinas 68 4. Paso Robles 60-32. S a n t a C l a r a Valley: Fair Calif., lantamweight match at the Long Beach Memorial Auditorium Jan. 17. Promoters also announced that Kid Rayo of Nicaragua will fight Tony Lopez of Mexicali, Mexico, Jan. 31 in a welterweight bout at the auditorium. meet in a 10-rourtd . Dale of First Publication: 1?/H, 78-- 1 December (S) No. HIM Depl. 2 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ihe Superior Court ol the stale of CalUornla In. ar.d ror the County of Humbo'dt. Ihe LEGAL NOTICE irough Friday except local morn ig fog; high both days 55-62; low onight 32-40; north winds 7-14 m.p.h.; high today and low to- ighl Hollisler 62-3-1. Monterey Bay a r e a : Fair [irough Friday; high both days 58-58; low tonight 34-44; n o r t h vinds 7-15 knots. Fort Uragg and vicinity: Fair vilh little tcmperalure change hrough Friday; coastal winds lorlh 10-22 knots today. Northwestern California: Fair hrough Friday except local morn ng fog and cloudy in extreme norlh Friday; lillle Temperature change; high today and low tonight U k i a h 63-34, Santa Rosa 57 32, Napa 58-32; coaslal winds north 12-25 knots (oday. High Low Precip \lbuquerque 43 17 \tlanta 60 34 Bakersficld 4 8 - 3 8 Boise 39 29 Boston 34 34 Brownsville 71 -Chicago 42 37 Denver 59 21 Detroit 41 29 Fairbanks 1 -18 Fort Worth 64 52 .16 Fresno 41 39 Helena 46 38 Kansas Cily 51 40 T. Los Angeles 67 51 Miami 74 55 Minneapolis 40 28 New Orleans 63 48 New York 42 33 Oakland 50 40 Oklahoma Cily 61 47 Phoenix 67 38 Pillsbnrgh 40 Red B l u f f 45 36 Reno . 64 12 . .. Sacramento 42 37 Salt Lake City 26 24 .01 San Diego 66 51 San Francisco 50 43 Scatlle 49 41 .15 Spokane 42 31 Thermal 78 36 Washington 39 31 Notice to Taxpayers City of Eureka Ycu are hereby noil (fed Ihal t^e second Installment or IPil-i? City of Eureka 1 axes are d-je and payabfe NOW and will be delinquent February 5, 1?2, a I 5:00 P.M. and unless paid pricr Thereto, five per cent [5/r) will be added to Ihe arr.o'jnT thereof, dr-d an add! tfonal Hve per cent (S'/r) v»Hi be added to alt delln quenl first inilallmenlt. The taxes are payable ar t-le Finance Olfice, 531 "K" Streel, Eureka, California, beteween Ihe hours of TOO A.M. and 5-00 P.M., excep! Saturdays, on v/hich rfay the office is closed. PLEASE PRESENT YOUR TAX BILL WHEN MAKING PAYMENT. LeRoy "A. SI a r key, DIRECTOR OF FINANCE, 12/26 thru 1/6 [S) Matter of the Fstale of NOTICE OF INTENDED SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai JESSE WARWICK Intends lo sen all of his rioht, title ar.d Inleresl in a.-.d to he inventory, stock in Irade, art Ihe ixlures .and equipment of thai certain business, ST. PETERS DINNER HOUSE, carried on by JESSE WARWICK e-t RFD , Box 2*5, Eureka, California. The time when, ar.d the place whe he purchase price or consideration Ihere- or will be paid are as follows: MOSE BIASCA, also known ai 'MOSE C. BIASCA, Deceaied. NOTICE Is hereby given by Ihe undersigned Execuior of Ihe Last Will and Testament a-.d of Ine Estate of MOSE DIASCA, also knoon as MOSE C. BIASCA, deceased, to Ihe credilors of and all persons having claims against Ihe said decedent, to file them, wlln Ihe necessary vouchers within six months afrer the first publication of Ihls notice. In the office of Ihe Clerk of the Superior Courl of Ihe Stale of California, in and for Ihe County of Humboldt, or lo exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within six months he firs) publication of this notice' to the said Execulor at Ihe raw offices of MORRISON MORRISON, at NO. 1IW Madrcne Street, in the City cf Eureka. Counly ol Humbotdl, Slate of California, .which iasl named place said Executor select* as his place o* business In alt mailers connected with said of MOSE BIASCA,- also known as MOSE C. BIASCA, Deceased. Dated: December 11, 1941. LELAND BIASCA Execulor of t.le Last Wilt and Testamenl and of l".e Estate ol MOSE BIASCA afso known as MOSE C. BIASCA, Deceaied. MORRISON L MORRISON, Attorneys for Executor. 13/U, II. 33-1/4 (S) 1962, at 1:00 o'clock offices of HUMBOLDT On January P.M., al Ih; LAND TITLE COMPANY, Sixlh and Eye Streets, Eureka, California. The name and address of Ihe intended vendor Is as follows: JESSE WARWICK, Route 1, BOX Hi Eureka, California. The name and address of the Inlendet vendee Is as follows: JEANNE C. GAMBI, in unmarried woman. Route I, Box ' 203, Eureka California. DATED: January }. 1913. JESSE WARWICK intended Vendor JEANNE C. GAMBI Intended Vendee STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT On January 2nd, 194?, ) fss. ) before JOHN D, COOK, a Notary PuWfc in and or said Counly and Slate, personally ipp-ared JESSE WARWICK and JEANNE C. GAM 01, known lo me k t* lh« per- soni whose names are lubscrlbed to the tfltMn Instrument, and acknowledged to * that they executed tfie same, WITNESS my hand find Ofticlal Sea) JOHN O. COOK Notary Public In and for the County of Humbofdl, State of California. l/ (SJ NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Sale No, 7(521 NOTICE 15 HEREBY GIVEN Iful on February ?, 1?62 a I Ihe hour of ten o'clock a.m. in tne loiby of the offke Ol HUMBOLDT LAND TITLE COMPANY, ill "I" Street, Eureka, California, KUM- BOLDT LAND TITLE COMPANY, a corporation, as Trustee, will sell al public aucllon to Ihe hlgVst bidder for cash Tn lawful money ol the United Stales, all payabfe at Ihe time of the sate, the following described real property In the Counly or HumboWt, State- of California, to-wit: Lot W of Amended Map ol Humboldl KII1 Subdivision as per Map recorded In Book t?, Pag? m of Maps In Ihe office of Ihe County Recorder of laid County. · / SAID SALE will b* made without covenant or warranty regarding line, pov session or encumbra-kces lo satisfy Ihs obligations secured' by, and pursuant lo Ihe power of sal« conveyed In thai certain Deed of Trust executed by CHARLES D. IHDE and COLLEEN M. IHDE, Ms wife, and OWEN L. JOHNSON and PA- . TRICIA A. JOHNSON, his Wife, as Trusfori. fo HUMBOLDT LAND TITLE COMPANY, a Calirornia corporatfon, a* Truslee, In favcr of V E R A K. WOOL- a yidow'and recorded April 1, WO ur.der Recorder's Serial No. S«7, n Book 5W, Page 517 of Official Records of Humboldl County, State of Call- jrnla. ' Dated January 2, 1967. HUMBOLDT LAND AND TITLE COMPANY, as Truslee By: M. E. ARNOT President 1/4, 11, It, 33 (S SUMMONS (General) HO. «;n SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE COUNTY OF HUMSOLDT Depl. 1 MATTIE L.' JACKSON. Plaintiff, VI. CLARENCE JACKSON. Defendant. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, To the above named Defendant: You are hereby directed fo appear and answer the complain! of the above named plaintiff fifed In Ihe above enlilled Courl In the above entitled, action brought againsl you [n said court, within TEN days after the service on you of this sum mem, [f served within the above nunec county, or within THIRTY days If served elsewhere. You are hereby notified thai unleil you io appear and answer, laid pialntiff will ! rudgment for any money or dam' ages demanded In the complaFnl a» arlv fng upon contract, c-r wlfl apply to thf court for any relief demiaded In rhf complaint. Dated October 30, IIS1, (SEAL) FRED J. MOORE, JR., Clerk By THELMA WHARTON, Deputy Clerk. 12/3); 1/4, II, II, J5| }/l, |, 1} (S) SUMMONS (General) NO, 39412 SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE · COUNTY OF HUM60LDT ' Dept, 2 JOYCE A. SWARTS, Plaintiff, vs. DONALD L. SWARTS, Defendant. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, To Iht above named Defendant: You are hereby directed » 5 appear and answer the complaint of In* above named Plaintiff filed In Ih* above eniiiied courr Tn the above entitled action brought against you In laid court, wiln.Vi TEN days after the lervlc-e on you of this summons, tf served wKMn the above named county, or wllh 1 n THIRTY days If served ltewhiri. You are hereby nolifled that unless yoy so appear and answer, said plalnlllf will la*e ludgment for any money or damages demanded In t« complaint ai srli- Ing upon contract, or will apoly to (hi court for any rellil demanded In the c4mplAlnr. OllKl August ?], 1911, (SEAL) FRED J. MOORE, JR., Cl(rlt By THRLMA V/HARTON, DerHily Clerk. nmt i/, n, n, 35, 2/1 , | ; ,j ,,, I

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