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HUMBOLDT STAWDMDWed., April 4, 1962, Page 8 Assemblyman At Work By Assemblyman Frank P. Belotti As this is being written, our budget session is beginning to gather momentum. Subcommittees of both houses have practically completed their review of budge segments assigned to them, am the main fiscal committees are starting to take up the many non controversial items passed along to them by the subgroups. Items in which our legislative analys has recommended cuts, or those which have aroused conflicts, wil be considered later. The tempo of our special session is slower. Three new items were added to the agenda, bringing the total which we may consider up to 52. But it has not been possible to draft bills in advance before their subject-matters were includ ed in the agenda. As n result many items have not- yet been introduced in bill form, including the touchy topic of Senate reap jjortiunment. One matter high on our priorih list is correction of laws passed at (he 1961 session in which de feels have come to light. When the state restaurant act was re vised at that time, a blow was inadvertently struck at a famous American affair, the potluek supper. Any organization serving such a meal with guests present was required to meet the full standards of a commercial restaurant Two bills have been introduced lo exempt such suppers from this restriction. Another 1961 act required that all public school pupils be given polio shots. The law has been interpreted to require shots for all adults sent to driving schools by f r y f f i c judges, but a bill has been introduced to correct this. The campaign to outlaw or Mrictly limit draw poker has resulted in the greatest number ol hills on any subject which have hceii tossed in the special session hopper. No less than nine bills and four constitutional amendments relating to the matter have been put before us. \Ve have a Duchess, At 65, Tries The Twist NEW YORK IUPD--The Duchess ol' Windsor says that at 65 s-hc is "too olii fur the Iwisl." hut nonetheless is "trying to do it." The duchess, who arrived here with the duke en route (o Palm Beach, said of the gyrating dance, "I think it's for the young, hut it's very good exercise." The daughter ot Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) married Os- M?| Gatjrilouitsch, a noted or- i-lvslra coirluetor. We BONDS with TAX-FREE INCOME Maturities to suit you. The interest you receive is entirely EXEMPT FROM FEDERAL 8 CAIIF. INCOME TAX Municipal!. City HST-43 wide choice of action, ranging from making it a misdemeanor tr deal or play draw poker, through all kinds of measures which woulc increase local control over the game or limit the size of pokei parlors, to one which would tax the gross receipts of such parlors on a sliding scale from 5 to 100 percent, depending on their size The three Assembly committee! to which these alternatives havi been referred for study shouU have some interesting sessions. An intriguing item on the agenda which has only recently begun attract attention is one under which we are authorized to con sider "legislation relating to the acquisition of property for sta( water purposes." Under prcscrv law, when construction of a stall dam or reservoir requires reloca lion of a public or private utility the state must pay all expenses o the relocation. It lias no option to work out a satisfactory substitute instead of rebuilding the utility. The problem which caused the item to be put on the agenda is the need to relocate an 18 mile logging railroad because of the Feather River Dam. Legally, thi road is a privately owned publii utility. Reconstruction costs are estimated at between '$8 and $9 million. The state administration believes the law should be changed as to give it some flexi bility in negotiating a suitable sub stitute for relocation. The possi bility that such a change migh involve a threat to private prop erty in other areas has been raiscc so storm clouds seem hovering 01 the horizon. A bill has been introduced to pul California daylight saving time on the same schedule as other slates at the June rather than the No vembcr election, so the change could be made this year. The difference has been raising comment for some years. Arcala Launches Master Planning For Future Needs ARCATA -- The Arcaia Plan ning Commission's requ*!s* thai steps be initialed on a c^mpre tensive general master plan for meeting the planning needs ef the city and adjoining areas wil! conic jefore the Arcata City Coi-ncil at Is meeting tomorrow night at n council chambers at city hall. The general plan would involve participation of State, Federal and city government in the planning process and costs involved. Councilmcn will act on a request from the Downtown Arcata Merchants Association to hold "sidewalk tales" in the pbza area May 26, the final day of the organization's annual Circus Days. The plan would utilize all foui sides of the square to exhibit autn- mobiles, boats and mer?handise for display and sale. It wouid pro hibit vehicle parking from 8 a.m to 5 p.m. at the plaza, but wouid How for free flow of pedestrian traffic. Ray Sweet, city-county cooperative engineer, Division of High ways, will introduce the scccessot lo his post, Burt Walker. Sweet is being transferred to another area. In oUicr business councilmen will: Consider a letter from the Humboldt County Menial Health Society urging Ihem lo support tbe islablishment of a mental liealtl oul-palicnl diagnostic am! treat men! facilily by Humboldt County. Act on lite requcsl from the Moose Lodge that (he city informally approve the sale of heer on cily properly during the annual Ixtgger and Lumberman's Jubilee. Study a resolution to delete the requirement that bonds and coupons be retained five year.i hy the Bank of America prior to cremation. Appoint a Planning Commission member, with the term of Dr. William Ladd expiring April 15. Home of Mr. thrift COIN BANK FOR YOU Cute as Mr. Thrift himself... this gay "Uncle Sam Hat" bank is a practical reminder for you to save regularly at Humboldt Federal. 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VS-HP system 94.88 ft. 75-lb. test, % in. size 5.O7 off! 57-pc. set! SEMI-PORCELAIN SERVICE FOR 8 19 88 BAR-B-QUE SET TABLE AND TWO BENCHES HIGH QUALITY REDWOOD Weather Resistant 15 88 IIO. 24.99 Choice of 3 patterns--all with service for 8 plus extra serving pieces: salad set, sugar, creamer, coffee pot ·n warmer and others. It's oven-proof dinnerwaro that scoffs at harsh detergents, dishwasher, too! BUY WITH COMPLETE CONFIDENCE * WARD'S SERVICES WHAT IT SELLS * NO MONEY DOWN WHEN YOU BUY ON CREDIT AT WARDS HVMBOLDT STANDARDWed., April 1, 1962, Page 9 Record Shop NEW YORK-(NEA) - There 1 a singer named Jackie Jocko. Hi problem is thai he doesn't souni ike his name. It suggests tha ic should he a twister or rocke n' roller. He isn't; he sings show unes and he sings them well. He comes by the name fairl; lonestly. His real name is Giacio which is pronounced something ike Jocko. And so, when he be gan to sing professionally, he imply phoneticized the spelling and was promptly stuck with a name which probably has hell lim back. Over the year -- his pro career s 10 years old -- he's done mod erately well and a growing grou] of fans insists he's the best. He has a new album -- "Coast t Coast" on the Strand label -which shows off his way with a :une. And he makes a good living Chances are it would have been much better if he had a nami which didn't scare off the peopli who would most appreciate him Jackie feels even today's teen agers would like better music i they were exposed to it. He ha a good argument to back up thi .heory. "I was playing through the Mic west," he says, "and the kid were calling for the usual trash Then I got to a town -- I thin t was Morehead City, Minn. -where all they had to listen to wa college radio station. All the leard was good music, show tune and that kind of thing. Well, th same type of kids were calling ou the names of Kern songs anc Porter songs -- because that wa all they had heard." Jackie shrugs off his own abili ty with the best seven-word defini lion of singing you'll.ever hear 'All you need to sing is guts.' If you've wondered why so many records come out featuring unknown artists, here's the ex )lanation, as outlined by Alvin Bennett, young president of the successful young Liberty Records "The record i n d u s t r y has changed," Bennett says. "Recon 'ompanies used to rely on big stars -- Conio, Crosby and so on Music Educators Gather Rummage HUMBOLDT STATE COLLEGE- f pop turns up missing his fav irite pipe or an extra pair o lants this week, chances are thai members of the Humboldt State hapter of Music Educators Na- ional Conference have paid his louse a visit. Members of MENC have scheduled a rummage sale in Eagles' Hall, Arcata, Friday from 10 a, m. to 5 p. m., and are busy this week gathering "goodies." Proceeds of the sale will help send delegates to the Western Division's annual convention in r resno, April 13-19. The conven- ion offers top speakers and must cians from throughout the nation iking on new methods for caching music and developments n the music field. -- to sell records. But today we must build our own stars, like we've built Julie London, the Chipmunks, Bobby Vee and our current project, Timl Yuro." Liberty's next venture may be into the classical field. Bennett admits he knows nothing about classical music -- "Why kid myself?" -- so he'll try to buy an existing company. "In '48, when I went into the record business," he says, "classical records accounted for 30 per cent of the record business. Today, the figure is only 5 per cent. It isn't that classical sales have 'alien off, but that pop sales have loomed. 'I think there's a tremendous 'uture In the record business; There will be more and more leisure time for people. Today there's record player in every home, and I expect soon that figure will )e two or more. Within a few years, the record industry will be billion dollar industry." Bennett, incidentally, is the original "Alvin" of the Chipmunks. The other two -- Simon and Theodore -- are Liberty's board chairman Simon Warpnker and an engineer. DICK'S PICKS -- Doris Day's "Lover Come Back" (Columbia) is a winner. Others: "No Strings" (Jimmie Nabbie, Carlton); "Let Me Love You" (Buddy Greco, Epic); "How Soon?" (Vaughn Monroe, Dot); "Summertime in Venice" (Gino Mescoli, Vesuvius); ·Mary Mary" (Mike Clifford, Co- umbia); "Ain't She Sweet?" (Hash Brown, Philips); "Come On, Baby" (Marie Knight, Okeh); "What a Wacky Weekend" (Kansas City Twisters, Apt). Spoken records continue to grow n popularity. Here are some interesting recent releases: on Hiver- side, Jack Lemmon narrates E. B. White's "Here Is New York"; on Folkways, DC Mario Pel reads 'Medieval Romance Poetry" in the original languages; on Audio Mastrepicces, the second volume of "Hitler's Inferno", the recorded story of the Nazi era; on Dot, 'at Boone "Reads from the Holy Bible"; on Capitol, Charles Laughon has a two-record set, "The tory Teller," including excerpts rom the Bible, Shaw, Shakespeare -- and Kerouac. Three top pianists with new re- eases -- Sviatoslav Richter has a two-record set on Columbia, consisting of a '60 Carnegie Hail concert in which he plays pieces by Schumann, Debussy and others; Margrit Weber, on DGG, plays works by Rachmaninoff, Tcherep- lin and Von Weber; young Ivan Davis, also on Columbia, is heard playing sonatas by Haydn, Scar- attl and Mozart. Kennedy To Open American League WASHINGTON (DPI) -- President Kennedy will throw out the irst ball when the Washington Senators and Detroit Tigers open he 1962 American League season lere Monday. Press secretary Pierre Salinger said Tuesday the President would 3e on hand at 1 p.m. EST Monay to perform the traditional ask at the new District of Co- umbia stadium. REMOVED FROM POSITION In 1915, French and British roops landed on Gallipoli Penin- ila to attack Turkey, but were irown back in defeat and Win- Churchill, who was First Lord of the Admiralty, was held esponsible for the defeat and removed from his position. Introducing AL GUNDERSON We're happy to announce the association of Al Gunderson to our sales Dept. W i d e l y experienced in the automotive sales field, Al now stands ready to be of service to you in his new position at Gustafson's . . Come in and meet Al soon. GUSTAFSON CHEVROLET CO. 7th St., between C D EUREKA HI 2-6467 NOW SHOWING atthe RED BARN Art Exhibit by AUDREY BALL DON HAFFNER The RED BARN RESTAURANT FOUNTAIN 518 F St. Eureka

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