Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 7
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 7

Eureka, California
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Thursday, April 5, 1962
Page 7
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This 500-year-old giant redwood tree passed through Eureka yesterday afternoon on its way from Scotia'to McKinleyville. The 140-foot tree was purchased by builder Ernest Pierson and will be used for a decorative purpose at his McKinleyville shopping center. Here, it is hauled down Commercial Street aboard a Foster Drayage Co. truck. The tree was cut last week near Jordan Creek on Pa- cific Lumber Co. property, about two miles south of Scotia, by logger Ken Barlow. Yesterday morning, the 30-ton, giant was loaded aboard the truck and pulled to McKinleyville, taking four hours for the trip. The truck by-passed the Beatrice Bridge because of the weight. CATCHEIl CHICAGO (UPD--Manager Al- Lopez of the Chicago White Sox holds the major league record for catching the most major league games. Lopez was behind the hat for 1.918 while playing for Brooklyn, Pittsburgh and Boston in the National League and with Cleveland in the American. WASHINGTON (UPD--Former the Democratic nomination for Walker charged that Yarmolin- Maj. Gen. Edwin A. Walker to- governor of Texas, said he had sky had been a guest at meetings ANNOUNCEMENT The Coin Mart is pleased to announce that they have formed a partnership with Anderson's Hobby Supplies and that all stamps and supplies formerly sold at Anderson's are now 1 being sold at the Coin Mart, Inc. GRAND OPENING SPECIAL 'Scott's U.S. No. 1146 Plate Block of Four l^C Our Low Price I/ STe^.',) THE COIN MART, INC. 4TH S STS. . EUREKA aay lacea iurint*r OIMIHII; quusuuii- ing about his charge that Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara's special assistant had a "close connection" with communism. The official, Adam Yarmolin- sky, denied Walker's accusation that his "activities have aided communism." Yarmolinsky said "my whole public record points in the opposite direction." The Senate Armed Services subcommittee investigating charges of military censorship which grew out of Walker's dismissal from a division command in Germany seemed to have finished questioning the veteran officer Wednesday. But Walker, who quit the Army to fight communism and run for mure lu say. So Chairman John C. Stennis, D-Miss. , scheduled another session for today. Walker declined to tell reporters what statement he planned to make. Walker t o l d the senators Wednesday that he did not want to get involved in "name-calling," but that Yarmolinsky's "connection with communism has certainly been close and his activities have aided communism." Yarmolinsky, he said, played a big part in his removal from command of the 24th Division. Both Yarmolinsky and Deputy Defense Secretary Roswell Gilpatric said that the Pentagon official had nothing to do with Walker's case. 01 Llie lUUIlg LiUlIIJIlUIliai. IjUtiyut. Fifteen At Time Yarmolinsky told reporters that when he was going to school in Riverdale, N.Y., 25 years ago, he went to "one or two meetings" of the league at his friends' urging, just out of curiosity. He said his parents told him not to go, and that the FBI knows about it. "I was 15 at the time," he said. Walker said that in 1927, Yar- molinsky 's parents translated a volume of Russian poetry for what he said was the official C o m m u n i s t publishing house. Walker also said that Yarmolin- sky's mother, the writer Babette Deutsch, had urged abolition of the House Committee on Un- American Activities. Yarmolinsky said Ills parents "translated a number of classics.' "Both my mother and my fallv cr are well known anti-Commu nists," the Pentagon aide added. SPECIAL PURCHASE; BUY-OUT OF ENTIRE MILLS STOCK! BIG 12'x9' TO GIANT 12x21' ROOM-SIZE! OVERSIZE RUGS! Seasonal slumps at a famous carpet mill forced them to close out their short rolls! Remnants! Odd size rugs! The sensational low price was so terrific that our buyer bought the entire lot ... now we pass the savings on to you! Solids! Nubbies! Tweeds! Sizes big enough to give you that wall-to-wall look without costing a fortune! Everyone GUARANTEED first quality! Gorgeous colors! De luxe textures! Choose from 100% wool--100% nylon--and blendsi'Many one of a kind! All with finished ends. PLEASE BRING YOUR ROOM MEASUREMENTS! LISTED BELOW-JUST A FEW FROM OUR TREMENDOUS SELECTION! ** 15x 9-ft. Pumpkin-1 00% nylon 12x12-ft.Beige-100%wool 12x10-ft.Beige-100% nylon 1 2x1 2-ft. Lavender-1 00% nylon .;. 12x 9-ft. Blue-1 00% wool . . . . 12x1 5-ft. Saridalwood- 70% wool, 30% nylon . . 12x9-ft.Beige-1 00% nylon .'r. 15x1 6-ft. 10-in.Sandalwood- 70% wool, 30% nylon . . 15x9-ft.Sanda!wood- 70% wool, 30% nylon . . 1 2x1 S-fL Beige-70% wool, 30% nylon . . 15x 9-ft. 6-in.Beige-1 00% wool . 1 5x1 3-ft.Beige-1 00% nylon. . . . 12x21 -ft. 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Beige-100% nylon $79 Traffic enforcement agencies throughout the state are receiving notification from DMV Direc tor Tom Bright recommending that "enforcement of 1962 California vehicle registration be act! vated." This means police departments will be checking to see if vehicles have their 1%2 renewal stickers affixed tu rear plates. The Department of Motor Vc hides publicizes this notice annually to forewarn motorists "Drivers should make sure the stickers are properly displayed on the rear plates and not hidden in glove compartments," Bright said 'or they may be stopped repeatedly for questioning about their registration." The department lias issued evi dencc to all but a handful o motorists that they have paid fees, and compiled with registration re quircmcnts. Bright said. He addei that a few problem' cases have required special correspondence but that these owners will be able to show temporary receipts o other documents indicating tha they have taken steps to comply with the law. The director had named Apri 2 as an appropriate date for in ·easing the registration enforce icnt activity. F U R N I T U R E S T O R E S OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT TODAY! 5th G Streets Eureka OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M. DON'T "BARGAIN" WITH HEALTH Don Cloney "You don't look [or "bargains" when y o u r family's health is at stake." stated Don Cloney o[ Cloncy's Red Cross Pharmacy in an interview today. "When someone in your family is ill, you see your doe- tor and follow his instructions and prescriptions, you don't gamble with a 'bargain basement" way hack to health. This is why we carry a complete line o[ top quality prescription drugs, why we have i n v e s t e d endless time a n d money in education to service your needs, why we maintain a spotless pharmacy and offer rapid service. Each of the prescriptions we f i l l , each remedy we offer for sale represents the utmost in value because of the fast, safe, effective results it gives yon. When your doctor gives you a prescription bring it to Cloncy's lied Cross Pharmacy located conveniently al 525 flh Street in Downtown Kureka. You will receive rapid, exact, courteous service in the friendly atmosphere of the family drug store. If you can't make it in. call and we'll make free in-lown deliveries for your con venienee. Cloncy's Red Cross Pharmacy always trys to serve better: 11UMBOLDT STMND/lRDThursday, April 5, 1962, P. 7 ON THE PLAZA IN ARCATA Hours: 9 o.m. to 6 p.m. PLENTY OF FREE SUITED FOR EASTER is what you'll be in Curlees smartest suits. Designed to fit Ihe freedom of movement, so important to correct fit begins on the drawing boards of Curlee designers and is built into every garment by master craftsmen. ' Sizes 26 thru 46, in short, regular and long proportions, char-greys, char-browns and muted blues. 10096 wool worsteds and wool blends. 50 SPORT COATS By San Francisco's most popular manufacturer in char - grey, char - brown, muted olive, brown and grey. 100% wool and wool blends, 3 button, vented back, flap pocket styles. Finest tailoring that feels comfortable, sizes 36 to *. 39 00 SLACKS by ROUGH RIDER 100% wool and wool blends, belt loops or continentals. Plain front or single pleat models, slim cuts and regular styles-- char-grey, char-brown, greys, brown or olive to match your new sport coat. Sizes 26 to 46. 12 95 to19 VAN HUESEN SHIRTS 5 00 WEMBLEY TIES You'll find Q lar^o vic\ !;on of the now spring colors onci pat torn',. All your f a v o r i t e s . . . 1 50

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