Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 9, 1962 · Page 16
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 16

Eureka, California
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Monday, April 9, 1962
Page 16
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HUMBOLDT STANDARD Monday, April 9, 1962, P. 16 FORTUNA -- Five candidates ill bo on the ballot here tomorrow for the three available coun- 1 seats in Ihe city's biennial icction. Incumbents Mayor Ted Lippert P nd Ray E. Stewart, and three e\v candidates, Kenneth Duha- ·ay, Phillip Buffington and James trong have filed for the council eats. City Clerk Fay Callarman s opposed and Otto Harbers is write-in candidate for the office f city treasurer. (...or many other fabulous countries) Foriuna Voters To Cast Ballots On Five Hopetuls Lippert has served two terms on the council and on the higl school faculty for 31 years; Ray Stewart is district manager o the PGE and was recently ap loinlcd to fill the vacancy created 'hen Councilman Ben McWhorter moved outside the city limits. Dunaway is principal of tin Roliner School in Hohnervilli School district, but resides in For tuna at 210 Randolph Way; But fington has been a Fortuna resi dent the past 12 years, currently American motorists now drive their cars an average of nearly 10,000 miles a year and consume a total of 58 billion gallons of gasoline. Manufacturers of gasolines and oils invested nearly $23 million in I960 in national newspaper advertising lo help promote their various products. Business agent of the Plywood and Veneer Workers Union; James Strong is a 'partner in the firm of Webb and Sons Goodyear Distributors. Polls will be open frotn 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. with poling places for precincts 1, 2, 3, 4 at the Veterans Memorial Building and precincts 5 and 5B: at the South Fortuna School. Pair, 2 Sons Die In Tenement Fire NEW YORK (UPI)-A young couple and their two small sons were killed Sunday in a fire which swept through their tenement apartment in the Bronx. The victims were identified as Bart Aponte, 27, his wife, Maritza, 22, and their sons, Alfonso, 4, and Bart Jr., 1. FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass Many wearers nf false teeth have suffered real embarrassment because their pliite druppecl. slipped or wnb- bled at Just the wrung time. Do not live In fear of this happening to you. Just sprinkle a little FA3TEBTH, the alkaline (non-acid) powder, on yuur plates. Hold false teeth mure firmly, su they feel more comfortable. Ones not snur. Checks "plato odur breath". Get FASTKETIl at drug counters everywhere. Special Values For Sunday · Monday · Tuesday! SALE! Safeway Brings You The Finest Jumbo-Size, Fresh-Roasted Virginia Peanuts Available... And Just In Time For The Opening of Baseball Season! Pound 35 ( or Lbs.$ Potatoes U. S. No. 1 Waldorf Pack Idaho Russets... See What You Buyl Choice Golden-Ripe Fruit--Lb. 25S99 10 Volume No. 10 Mechanix Illustrated How-To-Do-Jf Encyc/opedfa NOW ON SALE ONLY99c CUT UP FRYERS Govt. Grade A Govt. Inspected Manor House Brand CUT UP · SPLIT · WHOLE ||j LU " ·Your Choice LAMB SPARERIBS L From U.S.D.A. "Choice" Grade Spring Lamb-- Lb T.V, DINNERS Swansea's, Chicken, Turkey, Beef, Creamed Chicken, Chop. Sirloin Beef, Ham, Swiss Steak, Pork Loin--Each 49 Garlic, Onion, Blue Tang, Barbecue or Bacon and Horseradish--8-oz. Carton Busy Baker, Oatmeal or Jumbo kU( Assorted--2-lb. Package Uu Lucerne Dips Cookies Bread Book Matches ^-^ ^^ 49 Mrs. Wright's Stoneridge Farm, White or Whole Wheat-- 15-oz. Loaf 29 Orange Juice (Bel-air, 6-oz. Can 5 for 89c) Scotch Treat, Frozen--6-oz. Can 6 89 Frozen Dessert Joyett Imitation Ice Cream Assorted Flavors '/2 Gallon 39 Coldbrook Margarine 6 for PRICES EFFECTIVE April 8, 9, 10 -- Eureka, Arcata, Fortuna SAFEWAY ROHNERVILLE - A meeting if the Rohner Grange Home Eco- omics club was held recently t the Rohner Grange hall. Chairman Agnes Gladden conducted the business meeting and re- orts were given by the secre- ary-treasurer Ruth Woodcock. The group selected a theme for he exhibit and booth they will lave at the 1962 Humboldt County n air and materials have been seeded for the home economics :lub bazaar lo be held next fall. The chairman announced that no meeting would be held April 17, lue to holy week, and the next meeting is scheduled for May 1. Refreshment were served fol- owing adjournment of the meet- ng. Members present were Dorohy Fielder, Estclle Bardie, Kate Belloni, Logan Rooney, Ruth Farar, Edna Jackson, Ruth Wood- ;ock, Bessie Stone, Pearl Bird, Brother Juniper Okay McKinley Water System The Public Utilities Commission of the Stale of California has approved the application of James and Ann Clair Werner for a certificate of public convenience and necessity to operate a water,system two miles west of McKinleyville. Also approved was the rate schedule. The service will be provii Oceanside Subdivision and part of Werner Subdivision. The water system will be supplied by two wells with a combined output of 300 gallons per minute which the'utillties commission terms adequate.. Cost of installation of the system is estimated to be $57,833.50. A basic flat rote of $4.50 has been set for service. "There goes a dead-cell battery, if I ever saw one!' Fair Theme Topic Ot Grange Event REMEMBER ME? Paul MacMillan Insurance - All Forms Ask about P R E M A T I C Monthly .Payments INSURANCE 923.4th. St. HI 2-3729 Volunteers Named In Fortuna Drive For Cancer Funds FORTUNA -J Workers for the lancer Crusade to begin today 'ere listed this week by county hairman Herman Bistrin. John Gromala will handle the ocal business collections; Mrs. Charles Haenny. residential and ·Irs. Arthur Brown, Campion Heights and Rohnerville. Mrs. Zane Wood will be charge of Hydesvilie, Mrs. Audrey Hagood, Carlotta. The Fortuna volunteers for residential collections are Jeanette Cooper, Lillian Anderson, Nora Fish, Beth Cacreni Susan Metaxes, Joyce Brandt, Jeanne Rakestraw, lynne Rakestraw, Verna Carter Diane Carter, Star Hamilton, Marie Thomas, Johanna Newfeld ; Evanelle Rogers, Joan Lewis, Rene Fritz, Marlene Fritz, Tony Fritz, Susan Bird, Wilma Davis, kVilma Grussling. From Campion Heights and Rnhnerville, volunteers include Mrs. Herman Anderson, Mrs. M. '. Dillon, Mrs. Harvey Baird, Jr., Mrs. Charles McLin, Mrs. Richard Dorris, Mrs. Douglas Cecil, Mrs. Robert Chaffee, Mrs. John Cratty, Mrs. Quinn Rundell, Mrs. Delbert Perras, Mrs. Earl East, Mrs. Jerry Campbell, Mrs. Iven Shaffer, Belly Bullman, Mrs. Neil Smith, Ruth Bell, Phyllis Western, Louise Payne, Faye Phelps, Mrs. Norman Cook, Aliie Deupree, Lo- ·aine Curtis, Mrs. Gordon Pendleton, Mrs. Ted Mazwell, Mrs. Durwood Palmer. Bernice Anderson, Bessie Willand Agnes Gladden. STRAIGHT KENTUCKY BOURBON AGED 6 YEARS FOUND!:* HtMSIR. 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