Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 9, 1962 · Page 2
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HUMBOLDT STANDARD Monday, April 9, 1962, P. GEORGE W. SHIELDS Representing Serv-All Realty "Let George Do It" 2575 Harris St., Eureka HI 3-5644 P R I C E COMPARE u L A I T Y We invite your comparison on any duplicating job, large or small. Compare quality and compare price . . . then place your job. Rapid service and guarantee satisfaction. Special forms, direct mail, color or black and white. We can do your job . . . better! NEED ENVELOPES-LETTERHEADS-WE HAVE 'EM DIRECT MAIL A SPECIALTY Commercial Duplicating Center A Division of Hugh Turner Co. 621 -3rd St. Eureka Hugh Turner President FORMULA FOR DISASTER Do you know the formula for disaster? It's simple. Just add a careless spark to dry woods in the open air. Nature provides the fuel and the air, but, in 9 out of 10 cases, man provides the spark. So, when the woods are hot and dry, be extra careful, won't you? That little spark from your carapfire, your cigarette, or your trash fire can loose a raging demon, that charges through the forest destroying as it goes. Don't you let disaster strike! PREVENT FOREST FIRES I Published as a public service In cooperation with Th» Advertising Council and the Newspaper Advertising Executives Association, General Outlines Need For Cold War Training WASHINGTON (UP1) -- The Army vice chief of staff said today that troops need "motivational training" to fight the cold war, but it should not override combat training needed in case of a hot war. "A balanced training program is an essential", said Gen. Barksdale Hamletl in testimony prepared for tile Senate armed services subcommittee studying military censorship. Hamlett and Maj. Gen. Alva R. Fitch outlined steps taken to insure against repetition of what Fitch called "serious derelictions" among soldiers taken prisoner during the Korean War., The two officers followed former Maj. Gen. Edwin A. Walker before the subcommittee. Walker spent two days telling the senators about what he called a "control apparatus" dedicated to removing military officers who take "hard line" on communism. Walker also accused various administration officials, including Defense Secretary Robert S. Me- Namara and Secretary of State Dean Rusk, of being soft on communism. Hamlett told the subcommittee that "we believe our training programs have a balance and further the Army's objective of increasing unit fighting strength, and the individual will to resist," Hamlett said. Hamlett, devoting himself to another subject under the sub- committee's scrutiny, testifi that "a continuing need exists keep the American public fu alert to the ever-present Ihreat communism." Fitch said Army personnel a currently getting accelerated et cation to counter the attempts Communist intelligence agen around the world. After a 19 survey, he said, the program w stepped up and extended to t dependents of Army officers ai men. Elk Honor Slated For Member, 75 Harold H. "Jake" Loewenth who has brought record nur jer of n e w members, 22 into the Elks Club will be honor ay his friends and brother El on his seventy-fifth birthday wi a party and dinner at the J Luxe Club, Eureka tonight. Loewenthal has lived in Euro for 33 years and been a memb of the Elks Lodge the entire tim He is the Humboldt County d tributor for Monarch Foods. From fifty to 60 persons gather at the Elks Club at 7: and repair to the DC Luxe Cl an hour later for the banquet. Five presidents of the Unit States were graduated from Ha vard University; both Adam both Roosevelts and Kennedy. Advertfiemenr Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch--Relieves Pain m, Htw York, N. Y. (SpecUl) --For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the aston- i s h i n g ability to shrink hem or- rhoidc, atop itching, and relieve " pain -- without surgery. In case after case, while gently r e l i e v i n g pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all--results were ·o thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Pili have ceased to lo a probleml" The secret is a new healing sul Btnnce (Bio-Dyne*)--discovery a world-fnmoua research institut This substance is now availjl) in suppository or ointment for under the name Preparation H At y o u r drucgiat. Money bac guarantee. ·Res. U. S. Pat. Oi Guarantee Arcata's Future With A Guaranteed Water Supply VOTE YES IN ARCATA'S WATER REVENUE BOND ELECTION TUESDAY, APRIL 10 NO INCREASE IN TAXES WILL RESULT FROM BOND APPROVAL The Revenue Bonds will be Paid Back Entirely from Water Department Revenue With No Additional Increase in Water Rates. For answers to your questions on the Water Bond issue Arcata for a special TO2 1C FMI "Town Meeting of the Air" program Monday, April 9, from 7 to 11 p.m. This advertisement sponsored by iho Arcato Citizens' Water Committee. Believe ft or Nat! THE HUMAN MOLE.' I?IMM, A HINDU FAKIR, BURIED HIMSELF IN SAND, WITH ONLY HIS ARMS EXPOSED, TO EXTEND A BEGGING BOWL TO' RASSERSBV; 6 HOURS EACH DAY FOR 12 YEARS' © Kinjr Features Sjndicate, lot, I9G2. World right* rtsenet THE OLD COURTHOUSE or Kent County, Maryland, FORA PERIOD OF 78 YFARS PAID TO LORD BALTIMORE'S TREASURY: A SEMI-ANNUtlL RENTAL AMOUNTING TO JUST HALF A PENNY Bank of America officials yes- erday announced their selection f five judges for the bank's an- ual high school Achievement ompetition. The judges,. repre- entational members of communi- es from Ukiah to Arcata, will elect local zone winners after in- erviewing 28 eligible student can- idates in Garberville tomorrow. The judges, announced today by ank coordinators, will interview 28 eligible student candidates at zone event in Garberville omorrow afternoon. From their evaluation of the andidates' scholastic records chool. activities and personalities 'ill come four first place winners ho will compete in area finals ) be held in Sacramento next month. Having first-hand knowledge of msiness, professional and com' munity affairs, the judges are: Lyell C. Cash, Ukiah city mana- er; Thomas P. Jenkins, division manager of Pacific Gas and Elec- LADY LUXBOROUGH «99w WHO MARRIED THE FUTURE LORD LLJXBOROUGH IN 1727, WORE HER HUSBAND'S PORTRflIT IN HER HAIR DAY AND NIGHT FOR 9 YEARS -BUT /A/ 1736 HE OBTAINED A LEGAL SEPARATION Market Finds Moderate Support In Final Sessions Of Week; Institutions Said Itchy By PETER T. EARLE United Press International NEW YORK (UP1) -After declines in 14 sessions, the stoc market found mderate support il he final two sessions this wee; --but not enough to bring price: Sleep Like Log Stop Stomach Gas 3 Times Faster Certified laboratory tuts Prove BEU.-ANS tablets neutralize 3 limes at much stomach aridity in one minute as many leading digestive tablets. Gtt BELL-ANS today (or the faiteit known relie(. 35$ at dfUDBists. Send poital to BELL, OranfleburB. N. Y. for liberal free tamp . ANS, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION OVERHAUL Special this week FULL PRICE $12950 Parfi indued -- '55 model carl and older. FINANCING AVAILABLE Up to 18 months to pay BOB HAVEMANN'S AUTO REPAIR 2615 Myrtle HI 3-2324 IMyrtla at Hall) Open All Day Sat. back.'to last Friday's closing levels. Trading was light in the first three sessions as stocks moved steadily downward, breaking well below the 700 resistance level in the Dow-Jones industrial average. The pattern was a carbon copyj of the two previous weeks--no demand and light selling pressure, except on Wednesday afternoon when the tape ran late on climactic selling in the final hour. · Things were quiet and steady again on Thursday until the final hour when tickers again got behind the trading floor, this time on a resurgence of demand. Trading tapered off on .Friday with prices closing mixed after a firm start. Many brokers were still unconvinced at the weekend that the market drought has ended. Without the development of an oversold condition, they said the market will have to present substantial proof to indicate that an area of important support has been reached. Itchy Institutions They noted that Thursday's upswing began without conclusive signs of preparation and that although tickers ran late with prices climbing, a large majority of trades comprised only a few hundred shares at a time rather than big blocks. Nevertheless, a substantial bullish element insists that despite selling for tax purposes and the :loudy tax reform and foreign trade legislative situation, there is still a lot of itchy institutional money around and that Thurs- FOR THE CAPS WITH THE WORLD ON THEM day's rally should generage more of the same in the coming week. The comprehensive Standard Poor's 500 stock index showed a week-to-week decline of 0.71, indi- eating an aggregate drop in paper values exceeding $5 billion. In the Dow-Jones averages, industrials fell 7.32 to 699.63, rails were off 1.42 at 142.86. 15 utilities were up 0.14 to 130.15 and 65 stock showed a loss of 1.87 at 239.82. Trading for the period swelled to 15,286,790 shares from 14,924,' 190 a week earlier and compared with 28,987,500 in the same week of 1961. Chadbourn-Gotham was by far the week's most active single issue, climbing a point on 345,000 shares after it received a patent on its run-proof seamless hose for women. Following it were Brunswick down %, Texas Gulf Producing off % and General Motors off Ye, despite record March car sales. Texas Gulf rose sharply early in Jie week, then declined when officials denied rumors that it was seeking to sell its assets or merge. Blue chip features included American Tobacco down 4Vi, Du Pont off 3, Ford up 2%, Union Carbide off 2% and United Aircraft down 3%. Motors were narrow with the exception of Ford, U. S. Steel 'ell 1%, Youngstown 4 and Jones Laughlin 1V4 in the steels, and most of the chemicals were lower after Hercules Powder which tumbled 5% led off a price cut on a basic-type plastic. Tobaccos were pasted for the second straight week after Italy 'orbade the advertising of tobacco products. Philip Morris losl iV4, Reynolds Vk and Universal Leaf 2'A. The bloom was also off the drug stocks with Richardson- Merrell down 714, Merck off 5 Bristol-Myers 3, Plough 4% anc Home Products 4%. Coke ...AND SAVE THEM! Ferndale Lists Five Candidates For Vote Tuesday FERNDALE -- Two city coun- cilmcn will be chosen from five candidates at the city election tomorrow. Voters will go to the election at the consolidated precinct in the Veterans Memorial Building on Main street, from a.m. to 6 p.m. Candidates for the council posts include Lester R. Chopping, Niels C. Lorcnzcn, William Lowry, Jack Tipple, Sr., and Elrid H. Spinas Write-in candidates will be accepted among the two names allowed each voter. The terms of Mayor Wayne Me- Kce and councilman N. J. Lunc expire tills month and the men have not sought re-election. Continuing on tho council for two more years arc Dr. M. P. Roberts, James ffiiss, nnd Carl Jorgcnscn, Ilallols will be canvassed at n special council meeting April 17 whon llio two nowly elected officials will bo scaled. Judge Selection Named For Bank Youth Contest Cancer Crusade Slated Tonight Through County Twelve Humboldt county com nunities will have neighborly alls tonight to save some lives rom cancer. Volunteers for the American iancer Society, will distribute free lists of. cancer's Seven Danger Signals and accept Iheir neighbors' contributions for can :er research. "To Cure More, Give More!' s the theme of this year's Cancer irusade. Franny Givens, president oi he American Cancer Society's Humboldt county branch, said il s expected that a substantial mount of the local group's total 20,200 goal mil be raised in Mon iay's house-to-house march. The volunteers expect to be making their rounds between 7 i.m. and 9 p.m. Givens pointed out that because California is such a major center f cancer research, the American Cancer society appropriates more money in this state than it col- ects. "Normally 60 cents of everj ollar is used to underwrite local jrograms of cancer control, ant orty per cent is used in support if broad national programs of edu iation and research. However, in California more than 40 per cent omes back for research alone," le said. Givens announced that at every lome the volunteer workers will eave leaflets in which lists ol lancer's Seven Danger Signals /ill be found. .ric in Eureka; Warren Wright, dilor and publisher of the Gar- erville Redwood Record; Harvey . Harper, Eureka businessman; nd Walter J. Warren, Arcata in- irance man. Moderator of the group inler- /iews will be Dr. Cornelius H. Semens, president of Humboldt tale College. Top winners at the zone event re assured of $150 minimum rizes at the area finals, and are ligible for cash awards ranging p to $1,000. Winners, all mem- ers of senior classes, are chosen n four major fields - - fine arts, cience and mathematics, liberal rts, and vocational arts. Second and third place zone winners in ach study field receive $50 and 25 awards. Local seniors who will compete n the zone interviews are: Fine Arts--Nancy Etherton, Arata; Sandra Markley, Del Norte; anet Wainio, Ukiah; Noel Weid- amp, Eureka. Liberal Arts--Roberta Brown, ·loopa; Christine Cook. Ukiah: Villiam Goodwin, Eureka; Gail 5ulhmiller, Arcata; Nancy Nevv- ian, Del Norte; Marna Oldham, Jpper Lake; Marylee Sanderson, lear Lake; Enid Stiles, Hopland; 'eter Windrem, Kelseyville. Science and Mathematics--Elizbeth Alksnis, Del Norte; Enita Phillip Hofer, Elphick, Round Valley; GustavsOn, Arcata; Ann xiwer Lake; Donald Ingram, Leget Valley; Patrick McGaraghan, t. Bernard's; Judith Quinn, South Fork; George. Rau, Mendodno; Clancy Roberts, Ferndale. Vocational Arts--Sharon Albert, Eureka; Randolph Ghilarducci, \rcata; Margaret McGuire, Fort Anita Miller, Ukiah; Joeph Miranda, Fortuna; Karen Vood, South Fork. 11 Die In Truck Struck By Train TEL AVIV, Israel (UPI) - ; lassenger train Sunday killed 1 jersons when it struck a trucl arrying 17 relatives to a ceme- ery for a memorial service. Authorities said the train, an xpress en route from Jerusalem o Tel Aviv, hit the truck at a rossing. The engineer said he ould not stop in time. Grimm's Tales Top Translated Work STUTTGART, Germany (UPI --The book most translated on oth sides of the Iron Curtain in 959 was Grimm's Fairy Tales he Stuttgart Foreign Rela ions Institute reported Sunday. It s a i d 28 translations o ;rimms' were published by the 'ommunist bloc and 50 by non Communist countries. LIAIAII We Have NOW! Added With the same GUARANTEE OF SATISFACTION that has earned our leadership in expert Watch Repole. Fast, Expert S e r v i c e o n a l l makes small ap pliances. 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