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Movie Queen Elizabeth Taylor has parted from her fourth husband, singer Eddie Fisher. The story of the separation is now being told by Vernon Scott, veteran Hollywood movie columnist. The 30-year-old actress is shown here with her four spouses: number one, hotel heir Conrad Hilton (upper left) in 1950; number two, British actor Michael Wilding (upper, right) in 1952; number three, showman Mike Todd (lower left) in 1957; and number four, Eddie Fisher in 1961. Vernon Scoll Story Liz Has Had Roller-Coaster Emotional Life; What Now! (EDITOR'S NOTE: This Is the second of three dispatches on the breakup of Elizabeth Taylor and Eddie Fisher written by UPI .Hollywood .correspondent Vernon Scott. Today Miss Taylor's life and loves arc revealed in a portrait of the world's most controversial star. By VERNON SCOTT UPI Hollywood Correspondent HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Elizabeth Taylor lives in a roller- coaster emotional life, soaring t( the heights of romantic adven ture, then plunging to terrifying depths. Difficult as the dizzying up: and downs prove for Elizabeth it is impossible for her compan ions, the men in her life. They bail out or are jettisoned whe the novelty abates. I first met Elizabeth in 1948 when she was only 16 years old It was at a small party which she attended with actor Marshal Thompson. Elizabeth was the youngest person in the room, yet she dominated the gathering with her charm and wit. .Her facial beauty was breathtaking. It still is. Even at that age Liz sensed the power given her by nature's arrangement of her features--the violet-blue eyes, sensuous mouth, clear skin and perfect nose. Controls Her Emotions Upon these arresting gifts, along with a full, rounded figure, English-born Elizabeth built an empire that led to wealth, fame, dashing men and the adoration of millions. In the years since, we first met I have found Liz. to be strong willed, kittenish when it suited her purposes, unconcerned about inflicting slights on other people, a tower of- strength despite her frequent illnesses. She is complete mistress of her emotions. Her temper rarely comes into play simply because Queen Liz's wishes usually are transformed into actuality on her command. Yet her desire for domestic $50,296 Conlract For New Bridge A $50,296.75 contract for construction of a new bridge over the Salt River Overflow half a mile north of Ferndale was awarded yesterday to W. H. Lindeman and Sons. Inc., of Red Bluff. Sam Hclwer, district engineer for the Division of Highways, said the bid was about 20 per cenl below the state's estimate of $G2,000. The new structure, providing a bigger waterway, will be built on the site of the present bridge, which was repaired extensively following 1955 flood damage. Home Addition Permit Granted A $3,500 building permit for an addition at 3232 N S'.. was granted John Roberts today. Winston Gar- cclon is the contractor. Other per mils granted by Inspector Itoy Smart include: William Hague, 215 Ilillsdale, demolish garage. $100- Redwood Theaters, repair store front at 603 E St., WOO. ·tharlcs Kays, contractor. tranquility has been tragical!} elusive, raising havoc in her life and the lives of persons she has touched. Liz herself once expressed hei personal dilemma saying, "I have the emotions of a child but the body of a woman." It was not until her marriage to Nicky Hilton at .the age of 18 in 1950 that Elizabeth's romantic didos made news. Theirs was sugar plum wedding, gushed over as the most glamorous in film- town annals. It survived seven months. She Proposed Next was British actor Michael Wilding, a quiet, dignified man oJ 40 who was 20 years older than his bride. Liz had proposed. Their unon endured fve years and produced two sons (Michael and Christopher) and ended in wildly improbable circumstances. Elizabeth had fallen in love ivith jaunty, brilliant showman Mike Todd while she was still married to Wilding. In January of 1957 the obliging Wilding flew to Mexico where Todd and Elizath were making wedding plans. He told newsmen he had made the trip solely to expedite a divorce for Liz, leaving her free to marry the 48-year old Todd, his successor. The Englishman was a gallant loser. Stage center in the glamour girl's life was taken by rowdy, lell-for-lealher Todd. Handsome, self-confident and coarse, Todd ,vas a man who was able to dom- nate the indomitable Liz. He was the boss. He loved her .enderly, but Mike bellowed like a bull when displeased. Where he ·ent Liz went. He seriously discussed her retirement from movies. She deeply loved her third husband, and bore him a daughter, Liza. Then, suddenly, dramatically, Elizabeth's h a p p y marriage crashed in the wreckage of Podd's private airplane in New Mexico. Mike was dead. To Elizabeth's side came Eddie Fisher, Todd's close friend. Eddie's Career Suffers It was on Eddie's arm in March of 1958 that Elizabeth re- urncd from Todd's funeral in his native Chicago. . Seven months later Liz and Eddie made headlines dating in New Hearing Tonight On Zoning Tract A public hearing on proposed single-family residential zoning of a 15-bloek area in Prcslon Place Subdivision, Arcata. will be held iy the Humboldt Planning Commission at 8 o'clock tonight. The session will be held in Ihe supervisors chambers at the courthouse, with business to gel underway at 7:30. Other items on the agenda include a development plan for the Spruce Point auto court; use permit request at Fairhavcn; request for a sign permit for a Standard Oil slation at 3725 Highway 101 North, Arcatn; setback variance request for construction of a mi house at Grizzly Bluff; a letter from Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Coons concerning street improvements on Gunncrson Lane and Bigby Avenue In Kio Dell. York City and visiting a Calskill Mountain resort, the scene of Eddie's marriage to Debbie Reynolds three years earlier. Liz finally made it with Eddie to a Las Vegas altar, scandalizing a sizeable segment of public opinion. Eddie had left Debbie and two young children for Hollywood's sex goddess. His career ended almost immediately, but Liz continued to draw patrons to her movies despite public outcries. Shock waves reverberated again when she flaunted convention last week publicly dating Burton, a her marital nipups? Will Eliza- Brero Guilty Of Traffic Charges A Municipal Court Jury yesterday afternoon found Lou Brero Jr., Arcata mechanic, guilty on two traffic counts, those of speeding and of failure to display proper registration. Defense attorney Charles V. Moore based his defense on an assertion that Highway Patrol of ficer Dan Bolger had not clocked Brero before citing him for driv ing at 40 miles per hour in a 25-mile zone on Little Fairfiek :rect here last October 31. The jury deliberated the case for two and a half hours before returning the guilty verdict al 5:10 p.m. Deputy district attorney Al phonse Pazos prosecuted the case before Judge Robert N. Conners who will pass sentence on the Arcatan April 16 at 10 a.m. Mobil Cars In Last Lap; Close Finish CHICAGO (UPII-The'N surviv ing cars of the Los Angeles-De troit Mobil Economy Run lei Chicago at dawn today, on the las ap of the 2,497-mile grind with martini glass of gasoline separat "ng the leaders. Prestige, industry pride and un told dollars worth of future ca sales rode on the light foote drivers coking every drop of ga out of the competing cars. A Rambler American driven b; veteran engineer Les Viland let .he pack into Chicago Wednesday averaging 31.30 miles per galloi "or the 2,097 miles to the checl point at Paxton, 111. Viland took the lead at Grants Olex., and has been fighting of he challenge of Dan Jones ant lis Ford Falcon which made 30.7 m.p.g. for the same distance. Les ban half a mile per gallon be hind Jones was Bill Horton in a Chevy II with an average of 30.2 m.p.g. Today the cars had 614 hour o cover the 295 miles to Detroi and must average more than 4; miles an hour for the route. They 'ere to refuel at Kalamazoo Mich., and finish at Cobo Hall in Detroit. A disputed penalty in the close Class F division moved Bil Levy's Ford Galaxie up to second pot over Bob McDaniel's Ply mouth Savoy. Bryon Froelich con inued to lead the division--th ow priced V8s--in his Chevrole mpala with 20.95 m.p.g. Levj ad 20.90 and McDaniel 20.87 fo he distance. McDaniel was penalized tw minutes idling time for passing ruck in a no passing zone. Th eacup of gas used in the two minute fine was enough to dro] m from second to third placi n his class. Two cars have dropped out dui 3 mechanical trouble. A Fon 'airlane and an Oldsmobile F85 married man with two children. Members of the jury who ' found Will the public again forgive Brero guilty as charged were Eleanor V. Klein, Robert G. Tra beth's problems affect the success Seser, David L. McKee, Vernon of "Cleopatra?" These are questions even Liz cannot answer. But there is one compelling question the actress must face soon: What will become of Elizabeth's careening roller-coaster when, as it'invariably must, her spectacular beauty diminishes to matronly maturity? L. Church, Billie M. Mason, Mar} F. Sinnott, Wallace Cunningham Katherine M. Hartley and Pear C. Crull, all of Eureka; Milton Ryckman of F i e l d s Landing Charles Schieberl of Kneeland am Benjamin Williams of Bayside Friday: The consequences of the Liz-Eddie divorce, the shadow it casts on the future of a giant movie studio, and a close- up of Richard Burton whose name triggered the events that ended Elizabeth's fourth marriage, and possibly opened the door for a fifth.) Taunton Flag One of the first flags to be unfurled in U.S. colonial times was at Taunton, Mass.,, in 1771 This j bore the motto "Liberty ani Union." In its canton appeared a British jack of the same design as that which had been flown from the mainmast of the Mayflower. 3 Tots Trapped In B!aze r Perish NEW YORK (UPI) -- Three small c h i l d r e n were killed W e d n e s d a y when they were trapped by flames which swepl through a row of houses in the loney Island section of Brooklyn. The victims were identified as Carlos Ma tea, 4, his 3-year-old brother, William, and 2-year-old sister, Linda. Their parents, Domingo and Anna Delgado, were taken to the hospital but their con- id dition was not serious. Police said the fire started when one of the children knocked over a gas heater while they were playing in their home. Former Eurekan Command; Coast Guard Lake Station James E. Roberts,- 30-year-old 3oatswain's Mate First Class in the U. S. Coast Guard who enlisted here ten years ago, has been named officer-in-charge of the Milwaukee Coast Guard Lifeboat Station on Lake Michigan. The new station commander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 0. Roberts of 1725 Dean Street, is a iraduatc of Eureka High School, is is his wife, the former Shirley Krehmkc. Roberts look charge of the station April I and is scheduled for early promotion to Chief Petty Officer, He has also successfully completed Ihe Coast Guard's Officer Candidate School examinations. He joined the Coast Guard in 1952 after having nearly served out his apprenticeship with the PGE here, and took his basic training at Alameda. Five years later he was assigned to train recruits nt Hint same station, serving for four Ik years as drill master. Roberts has served aboard various Coast Guard ships, stations, and one lighthouse find was lost stationed as'executive officer at the Sturgeon Ray, Wscoiuin, Ufo- LEGAL NOTICE Humboldt, In the City of Eureka, Count' of Humboldl, State of California, or ti oresent said claims with the necessan vouchers wllhln six months to the sail Executrix at the office of J. Thoma c raser. Attorney at Law, 315 Seventh Street, City of Eureka, County of Hum boldl. Slate of California, which sak office the undersigned selects as hei place oF business In all matters con nected with the Estate of LARS LAR SEN, Deceased. Dated: March 13, 1963. HILDA LARSEN, Executrh of the Estate of LARS LARSEN, Deceased. J. THOMAS FRASER, Attorneys for Executrix. Date of First Publication: March 15 ,1962. 3/15, 32. 29-4/5 (S LEGAL NOTICE CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATION TRANSACTING BUSINESS UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME The undersigned, PACIFIC ENGINE AND MACHINE WORKS, a corporation f 503 L Street, Crescent City. Call ornia, oragnlzed and existing under Ihe aws of the Slate of California, by II resident and Secretary thereunto dull uthorlzed, hereby certifies: That It Is transacting the business o ic ownership and operation of weldin nd oxygen supplies In the Clly of Eu eka, County of Humboldt, under th name of PACIFIC OXYGEN AND WELDERS SUPPLY; that It Is the sol owner of said business, and thai n ther person or persons are Intereste nereln; that its principal oflice 1 ocated at 514 Commercial Street, Eu eka, California. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, PAC1FU ^NGINE AND MACHINE WORKS, b' Is President and Secretary thereunti uly authorized, has affixed Us nami nd corporate seal Ihls 23rd day o ft arch, 1962. PACIFIC ENGINE AND MACHINE WORKS By V. GORDON LINVILLE, Seal) President By EVELYN R. LINVILLE, Secretary. late of California 1 ) ss. lounty of Del Norle J ' On this 33rd day of March, 194!, be sre me, the undersigned, a Notary 'ublic In and for the County of De lorte, State of California, duly com lissloned and sworn, personally appearec '. GORDON LINVILLE and EVELYN 1 LINVILLE, known to me to be tht resident and Secretary, respectively the corporation described In and tha 1 ecuted the wllhln Instrument, and als nown to me to be the persons who ecuted the within instrument on behal . Ihe corporation therein named, anc acknowledged to rne lhat such corpora in executed the same. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have reunto set my hand and affixed mv Ficlal seal In the County of De rte Ihe day and year in this cer icate first above written. ED 5CHEVE Notary Public In and f .... eal) County of Del Norte, State of California. My commission expires N ' 3/39--4/5, 1!, 19 (S) boat Station where he served for a year. Following his CPO designation, Roberts and his wife will be assigned quarters in the chiefs' section of the nearby McKinlcy Beach Coast Guard station, The new station commander is a brother of Mrs. Walter (Francis) Reed and of Mrs. Ray (Jean) Savio, both of Eureka. His parents are planning to visit ihcir son at his new command early in May, NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Sale No. 26742 NOTICE 15 HEREBY GIVEN that n April 17, 1962 at the hour of ock a. m. in the lobby of the office HUMBOLDT LAND TITLE COM- ANY, 611 "I" Street, Eureka, Calr- mia, HUMBOLDT LAND TITLE OMPANY, a corporation, as Trusti sell at public auction to the highest ler for cash in lawlul money of the ted States, all payable at the tlmi the sale, the following described rea aerty in Ihe County of Humboldt, e of California, to-wit: BEGINNING at point found by ^jmmencing at the Northeast corner of Ihe South half of Northwest Quarter Of Section 14 in Township 4 North of Range 1 West, Humbold) Meridian; id running thence North S9 degrees 1 minute West along North line of said South half of Northwest Quarter of Section 14 a distance of BO feet; thence South 42 minutes East 634.98 feet along the West boundary of land heretofore conveyed to Stelnhoter to a point marked by W, inch galvanized pipe driven In the ground; thence North BB degrees 6 minutes West 1744.50 feet to a point marked by a 1'A Inch galvanized pipe, which point is the true point of be- Inning of the parcel of land to be herein described; thence from true point of beginning so found run South 63 degrees 4 minutes East about 320 feet to the Counly road; thence Northwesterly along said County rood about 330 feet to a point which bears North 0 degrees 24 minutes West from the point of beginning;find thence South 0 degrees 74 mlnules East nboul 200 feet to the true polnl ol beginning. SAID SALE will be made without covenant or warranty regarding tlllCi possession or encumbrnnee to satisfy the obligations secured by, and pursuanl to the power of sale conveyed In lhal certain Deed ol Trust executed by MARY E. MOSER, a widow as Trustors, 1o BELCHER ABSTRACT TITLE COMPANY, a California corporation, « Trustee, In lavor of STANLEY S. DURHAM and ANN1CE N. DURHAM, his wife, and IRENE S. MARTIN, a widow, All nt [olnt tenants, nnd recorded September 30, 1K9 under Recorder's Serial No. 16030, In Book 5S4, Pago 1 of Ofllclnl Records of Humboldl County, State of Cnllfornla. Dated March 14, 1967. HUMBOLDT LAND TITLE COMPANY 81 Trustee, tiy: M. E, ARNOT, President, 3/17, 2, 11-*"/S No. 40170 Depl. 2 SUMMONS (General) Superior Court of the State of Call fornla for the Counly of Humboldt. ALMA YOTHER, Plaintiff THELMER YOTHER, Defendant. The People of the Stale of California To the above named Defendant: THEL MER YOTHER. You are hereby directed to appeal and answer the complaint of the abovi lamed plaintiff filed In the above en titled action brojght against you li said court, within TEN days after thi service on you of this summons, I served wllhln the above named county or within THIRTY days if served else where. You are hereby notified that unlesi you so appear and answer, said plain tiff will take judgment for any m or damages demanded in the com plaint as. arising upon contract, 01 will apply to the court for any relic demanded In the complaint. Dated: March 6, 1962. FRED J. MOORE, JR., Clerk. By LUCY F. URE, Deputy Clerk. JOHN R. BRAUN Attorney at Law SIS J Street jreka, California tlephone: Hillside 3-5051 Attorney for Plaintiff. 3/15, n. 29-4/5 [S! No. 15291 Deot. 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS the Superior Court of the State of California In and for the County Humboldt. the Milter of the Estate LARS LARSEN, Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given bv the derslnned- Executrix of the Estate LARS LARSEN, Deceased, to the ere dltors of and all persons having claim; attains! the said deceased, to file then claims with the necessary vouchers wilh six months after the first publica _ i of this notice, in the Office ol the Clerk of the Superior Court of the Stai Sheriff's Office ) County of Humboldt, ) ss. State of California ) No. 5637 NO ESTATE--EXECUTION BY VIRTUE of an execution Issued jt of the Arcata Justice Courl ounty of Humbotdt, State of California i an action wherein W H Brltt i individual DBA under the firm narr and style of Britt Credit Service, plali tiff, and Wayne K. Aklns and Myrna L. Aklns-DBA-Pac!fic Truck Tractor defendants, upon a [udgment rendered on the 12lh day of March, 1962 in fi at said plaintiff and against said fenrfants, for the sum of one hundret thirty two and forty eight one hundred dollars (S132.4B) In lawful money of the United States, besides costs and Inthis day levied upon all the right, title, claim, and Interest of said defendants, Wayne K. Aklns and Myrna L. Aklns In and to that real properly situated In the Counly Humboldt, State of California, described as follows to wit: Estate standing on the Records of Humboldt County In the name of WAYNE K. AKINS and MYRNA L. AKINS, and bounded and described as follows: That portion of Lot 1 of the Hanson tract as per map thereof re corded In Book 7 at page 12 of map, in the office of the Counly Recorder of said County described as follows: Beginning at a point on the West line of said lot, distant Northerly thereon 510 feet from Southwest corner of said lot and running thence East and parallel with the South line from said lot, 126.00 feet thence North at right angles 220 feet, thence West and parallel with South line of said lot 1 133.46 feet to West line of said lot; thence along said last mentioned lines, South 6 degrees, no minutes, East 71.39 feet and South 149.0 feet to point of beginning. And notice Is hereby given that I will 3 n Wednesday, the 25th day ol April, 1962, at two o'clock P. M., ot said day, In front of the Sheriff's Office, 4lh and J Streets, Eureka, County -' iboldt, State of California, In County, sell to the highest bidder PUBLIC AUCTION for lawful money, of he United States, all the right, title, and interest of said defendants Wayne K. Aklns and Myrna L. Akins and to the above described property, so much thereof as may be neces- -y to raise sufficient money to satisfy said ludgment, with Interest, and costs in Da. a e C d CrU at 9 "ureka, California this 20Ih day of March, 1962. WILLIAM PEDERSON, Sheriff. By LT. CHARLES NICHOLS, Chief Civil Deputy Sheriff. 3/22, 29--4/5, 10 (S) No. 15297 Department No. i NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State California In and for the County of In the Matter of the Estate of n R WYMORE, also sometimes called HARRY WYMORE, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the under jgned. RALPH O. WYMORE, as Execu- r under the Will of the Estate of H. WYMORE, also sometimes called ARRY WYMORE, Deceased, to the ·editors of, and all persons havin" lalms against the said decedent, 1 le them, with the necessary voucher; ithin six months after the first put cation of this notice, In Ihe office t ie Clerk of the Superior Court- of th late of California, in and for the Count Humboldt, or to present them, wit ie necessary vouchers, within si ,onths afler the first publication t Is notice to the said Executor at the w . Office of Thomas Cotter, B37 14th ireet. Eureka, California, which last arned place the undersigned selects as slace of business In all matters con ;d with the estate of said decedent. 'ted at Eureka, California, March ' RALPH O. WYMORE, Executor under the Last Will and Testament nnd of the Estate ol H. R. WYMORE, also sometimes called HARRY WYMORE. HOMAS COTTER rney for Executor ,,. Uth Street ureka, California. 3/33, 39-4/5, 12 (S) Two Hospitalized; Traffic Victims HUMBOLDT STANDARD Thursday, April 5, 1962, P. 17 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NO. 1S31S the Superior Court of the Slate of California In and for Ihe County of Humboldt n the Matter of the Estate of MIL!ED 0. VAN DUZER, also known as LDREO VAN DUZER, Deceased. NOTICE Is hereby given hy the undcr- gned Executor of the Last Will and eslament and of the Estate of MILRED O. VAN DUZER, also known « MILDRED VAN DUZER, deceased, to the srs of nnd nil persons havlnq ; floalnst the said decedent, lo file with the necessary vouchers, i six norths after the firs. ,.-·"··- ··· 1 this notice In Ihe office of the Clerk the Superior Court ot the State of Mlfornla, In and for the County of umboldl. or to exhibit Ihem, wilh the iccssary vouchers, within six months : tcr the first publication of this notici o the Executor at Ihe law olllces o MORRISON MORRISON, 1UO Madroni Ireet, Eureka, Humboldt County, Call ornla, which last named place said Ex- cutor ale his place of buslni nown in matters'connected" with said es- of MILDRED 0. VAN DU70R, also M MILDRED VAN OUZER, DC M 'SfeD: April 3, W«. T LEWIS VAN DUZER Executor of the Last Will and Testament and ol ihe Estate of MILRED 0 VAN DUZER, also known at MILDRED VAN OUZGR, De ceased. MORRISON i MORRISON Attorney* lor Excculi 4/5, II, 1», » tit Two persons injured in traffic early lliis morning have been ad- milted to Trinity Hospital in that city, but incomplete Highway Patrol reports at noon had not determined if both victims were in the same car or same accident. Hospital attaches called the CHP at 5:15 a.m. to report the arrival there of -John Jackson, 38, and Mrs. Madine Smith, 29, of Arcata. Jackson reportedly has a severe hack sprain and the woman fractured ribs with lacerations of the nose and lips. Patrol records listed an injury accident on School Road, .McKin- leyvillc, about 5 a.m. but the investigating officer was out of contact today. Youngc.st republic in the western hemisphere is Panama, which declared its independence ini Iknk Quotes SAN FRANCISCO (UPD-Banfc Bonk of America 55%-58% Security First 73-77Vi Wells Fargo m-73% United California C1-65H Crocker-Anglo Cameroun became a member of 'the United Nations in 1900. '·'"1 Stretched by taxes? 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