Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 27
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 27

Eureka, California
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Thursday, April 5, 1962
Page 27
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Rangers To Plan Programfor Year W. W. Spinney, supervisor the Six Rivers ; National Forest, announced yesterday that there will be a district ranger planning meeting in the United States Forest Service office in Eureka on April 12. The six district rangers of the national forest will plan their work for the coming fiscal year in all-day session presided over by Spinney. of Allied Stone of Scone The large square stone in the Celanese British coronation chair in Westminster .Abbey is the Stone o Scone,'brought by King Edwarc. 1 from Scotland and placed in its location. New York Slocks By United Press International lied Chemical 47% Aliis Chalmers 20 American Can 45% American Motors 16^ American Smelting '61% American Tel Tel 129% Ampex 17% Anaconda 46% Associated Dry Goods 102 V ear Bethlehem Steel 42% Boeing Aircraft 48'/4 Bordens 65% Brunswick Balke 33 Calif. Packing 29 CaterpUlar Trac. 40V5 41% Chicago Rock Island 24'/i if Chrysler 53V4 'ard Crane Co. 6V Crown Zellerbach 56 Crucible Steel 20V4 USED CARS and TRUCK AUCTION APRIL 7 t h - - 2 P.M. FORTUNA MOTORS AT THE STOPLIGHT Enter the "MUSIC MAN CONTEST" See Us for Full Details WEBCOR IS BUILT for power in a portable! PRESIDENT STEREO FONOGRAF · The "professional" stereo portable fonograf fjUl V · 18-watt dual-channel stereo amplifier- larger than many consoles · Automatic 4-speed diskchanger $ · Removable speaker wings CHARGE ACCOUNTS WELCOME, BANKAMERICARD 312 F St., Eureka HI 3-2956 Dow Chemical 57fe Du Pont 24V4 Eastern Airline 25% Eastman Kodak H2Vi Fairchild Camera Wfk Fibreboard 2714 : Food Mach. 80'/« General Electric 76'S General food B«k General Motors 5514 Food Mach. 8014 Ford 96 General Electric 76% General Food 84% General Motors 55Mi General Tele 25 Georgia Pac. 50'/4 Goodyear Granite tiity Steel 40 Greyhound Corp. 28Vi Hewlett Packard 31% Int'l Business Mach. 521 International Harv. 64% Int'l Nickel 75% Int'l Paper 36% Johns Manville 5314 Jones Laughlin St. 64Vi Kaiser Alum. Chem. 35'A Kennecolt 79Vi Kroger 26% Libby 15% Libby Owens 59% Liggett Myers 96ii Lockheed 46% Macys 65% Magma Copper 70 McKesson-Robbins 42Vi Montgomery Ward 36Vi Morreil 33 National Biscuit 87V4 National Distillers 2914 National Lead 87 New York Central 1714 Olin Mathieson 37 'acific Gas 34 'acific Lighting 58Ti Pacific Tele. 36% 'ackard Bell 15% 'an Amer. World Airways 2 J.C. Penney 47% Penn. Railroad 16',-i 'epsi Cola 4 7 'hillips Pete 57% Polaroid 184 'rocter Gamble 85',i Radio Corp-59% Republic Steel 57 Rexall Drug 4314 Reynolds (RJ) Tobacco 67 Rheem Mfg 1314 Richfield pi] 4114 Royal Crown Cola 26?i Safeway 50^ iears Roebuck Co. 83 Shell Oil 37% 'epsi Cola 47 Sinclair Oil 3T!i Socony Vacuum Oil 55% Southern Calif. Edison 3Wi Southern Pacific 2714 Standard Oil California 58 standard Oil Indiana 51% Standard Oil Jersey 5314 Stanley Warner 29Vi Studcbaker Packard 914 Swift Co. 4514 Tidewater Assd 21'.4 rransamcrica 45% Union Carbide 11111 Union Oil Co. 62(4 Union Pacific 32'/i United Aircraft 4614 United Airline 32% United States Gypsum 90% Jnited States Rubber 56'A SPECIAL NOTICE This is in regards to the tickets for the Richard M. Nixon dinner at the Eureka Inn, Friday evening, April 6, We recommend very strongly that you purchase your tickets in advance. Seating at the banquet is limited to a maximum of 400 persons. Advance ticket sales indicate that there may not be tickets available for sale at the door. If you have not yet purchased your tickets, please check immediately with any of the following persons: Sam Arness Doris Pendleton Lou Redman Robert.Hill Hal Reardon Ray Mast Clayton R. Janssen Maynard Arnot John Gromala Frances Duncan Harrison Parker Hoopa Trinidad Arcata Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Fortuna Garbervilla Arcata . 625-4211 OR 7-3444 VA 2-0371 HI 3-5077 HI 2-7873 HI 3-1653 HI 2-2927 HI. 3-0837 RA 5-4426 923-2271 VA 2-2955 All Proceeds from the ticket sales go to the support of the Humboldt County Republican Central Committee. The Record Shop BY DICK KLEINER Newspaper Enterprise Assn NEW YORK-- (NEA) - To ap predate music, according to Thomas Scherman, takes some thing more than merely being ex posed to music. He feels lha people must understand in ordei to appreciate. Scherman, director of N e \\ York's Little Orchestra, currently is producing the Music Apprecia lion Records, a series of one-a month releases which feature th performance of a classical wort on one side and a comnientar by Scherman on the other. "I am a case in point myself,' Scherman says. "As a b'oy. \vhci I first became interested in mu sic at six or seven. I felt tha Tchaikovsky's 'Marche Slav' wai the finest piece of music eve written, the end-all of music. I took several years of e'hcation before I realized there were manj finer pieces, and that the 'March Slav' was flashy but not great.' Education in music, Scherman thinks, can do the same for thi public as education in politics. "The public," he says, "used to be politically naive. But nc more. They have become cdu caled; they understand; they ap preciate. I think proper educa lion can make them more sophis Heated musically, too." He thinks there is a need fo; this sophistication. When Scher man compares. American audier, ces with those he's seen in Euro pe, the American audience suffers )y comparison. "The Europeans are not more intelligent," he says, 'but thej are more knowledgeable musical y. In New York, at a concert the audience cannot make up its mind about a performance. Thej cannot tell if the performer good or bad: they rely on thi critics to make up their minds : or them." The musical education process should begin with children, he says. Scherman's Music Apprec ialion Records are not dcsignec for children, although ho h( ultimately to branch into tha 'ield. At the moment, he deplores he majority of the records whic!: are designed for children, label ing them all with one phrase. "They are brain-softeners," ha says. It may now be classified as official--th twist is here to stay. Guy Lombardo steps forwi d and places his seal of approval on .he dance. "The twist will be here for a ong time," Guy says, "and will lead to many variations. "As a bandleader, I'm gratefu to the twist for two reasons. First it's helped keep a lot of clubs open, because of the sudden in tercst in dancing. "And, secondly, Uie twist has iclped the bands themselves Same reason -- it's popularizet dancing, and anything that helps :o make dancing popular has to help the bands." So, O.K., kids-do the twist Guy Lombardo likes it. DICK'S PICKS: George Ma laris demonstrates a fine voice on his Epic release, "After the Jghts Go Down Low." Others: ·P.T.109" Jimmy Dean, Colum- ia); "Slow Twistin' " (Chubby Checker, Parkway); "Too Aoon 1 Robert Goulet, Columbia); "Just )nc Kiss" (Connie Stevens, WB); 'Joey" (Damita Jo, Mercury); 'The Alvin Twist" (The Chipmunks, Liberty I; "What'd I Say" Bobby Darin, Atco); "At the Club" (Ray Charles, ABC Paramount); "Love Can't Wait" Marty Robbins, Columbia). Recent exceptional albums fea- uring male vocalists--on Reprise, 'Sinatra and Strings" is Frank's atest and one of his best; on 1BC Paramount, Ray Charles iffers "Modern Sounds in Country md Western Music"; on Chancelor, Frankie Avalon sings "Italino"; on Capitol, Nat "King" Cole sings with George Shearing ccompanying; on Columbia, ohnny MatJiis sings "Live It Jp!"; on MGM. Tommy Edwards ings "Stardust"; on Reprise. Sammy Davis Jr. Belts the Best f Broadway." ' Two fine new additions to Uie New Melhod Set On Aircraft Tax Due to new legislation passed [uring 1961, airplanes will no onger be assessed in the same ashion as otber personal prop- rty, according to Helge Paulon, county tax assessor. Paulson said that values as hown on property statements eing mailed this week to plane wners are market values, and not assessed values. Under the new law, supervisors ire to set a tax rate not to exceed me and one-halt per cent of the market value, which will, in most ascs, mean a reduction in tax )vcr the previous year. Although most, or all, plane iwners supported the change in axing procedure, some owners ire still not aware of the change, /"aulson said. Notice is being ;ivcn directly to plane owners and to operators ol nil-ports. opera shelf--RCA has a new "Aida," which features thz thrilling work of Lconlyne Price, plus Jon Vickers, Robert Merrill and iorgio Tozzi; Angel has a fine version of Bizet's early "The Pearl Fishers," with a cast of great voices, although some may not be too well known in America --Janine Miclieau, Ernest Blanc, Jacques Mars and Nicolai Gedda (who is, of course, well known). SAN DIEGO-tUPB-The 4th Dis- with the Bureau of Criminal Iden- Iriet Court of Appeals today was considering arguments to determine who should be awarded temporary custody of secret files Appeals Court Studies Who Should Have File tificalion and investigation Sacramento. seized from the National Guard s Retired Niitional Guard Maj. Gen. George Fisher, haed of Hie Armory Feb. 13. The court said Tuesday a ruling would be made after records the case were studied. The files were taken by state Research Library, claims the files belong to his organization and filed a suit for their return. He said they contain custody of (he Superior Court clerk pending settlement of the suit. The stale appealed and Hie appellate court granted a temporary ·estraining order for the files to ·emain in Sacramento pending a decision on Tuesday's hearing. of Superior Court proceedings in information concerning subversive activities in the San Diego area. Superior Judge William Glen or- Adj. Gen. Roderic Hill and stored dercd the files returned to the Sah, The year 1961 in Africa brought the first television broadcasting on thai continent south of Ihe lara Desert HVMBOLDT STANDARD Thursday, April 5 ,1962, P. 27 CHALLENGE TO CHURCHES PHILADELPHIA -- Christian churches, to slick by their teach ings, may now be faced with los ing those members who will no worship or take communion wit colored persons, Ralph McGil: publisher and editor of the Atlanta Constitution, writes in a recen issue of "The Episcopalian." FAMOUS BASSETT Eastern-Quality Bedroom Six Drawer Dbl. Dresser Tilting Mirror Cabinet Type Bookcase Headboard Bed C O M P L E T E Roomy 4 Drawer Chest 3 1 2 Coil "POSTURE-SUPREME" Innerspring _ _ _ -M , Y Mattress F O R ° N L ¥ Matching "POSTURE-SUPREME" Box Spring 2 Boudoir Lamps ir 2 Pillows Easy Terms-13.55 a month · 2 Plump Feather Pillows · 2 Decorator Styled Boudoir Lamps Coil "POSTURE-SU 312 PREME" Innerspring Mattress Matching Box Spring, guaranteed for 10 years . ,. 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