Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 9, 1962 · Page 20
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Shop Leisurely on ii "HARRIS LANE (Between Calif. Albee Sis.) Where friendly service, variety of merchandise in Groceries, Liquors. Hardware, Electrical supplies, Paints, Drugs and Sundries, Variety and Novelty items, Laundry, Commercial AH, Fishing Tackle, Barbering, Watch and Small Appliance Repair, Complete Auto and Service station service offers you big savings and plenty of FREE PARKING i H U M B O L D T S T A N D A R D Monday, April 9, 1962, P. 201 Sailors Ban Trip Wiih Red Wheat SYDNEY, Australia (UPU--Sixteen British seamen Sunday re fused to s;il their ship bound for! Communist China with a cargo of wheat. The 0,000 ton freighter Haiining- ton Court lias a crew of 31. Its captain said he could not make! the trip without the Hi men, who are members of the anti-Communist British Seamen's Union. Clinics Listed For Polio Shots in North County The April schedule of clinics for tlie north Humboldt area was announced today by Strukcs and Ruth public hi'allh nurses for the area. Mrs. Elva Kcifsnydcr. department, and all are genera dential board of inquiry planned lo begin hearings today thai could lead lo an 110-day injunction hailing the West Cuasl maritime strike. All of the clinics are sponsored Th(J ( | lre(Hn;11) \, aan \ was £c l,ed- by the Humboklt-Del Norlc Health u , e[ , t[) meet at lhe Labor Dcpart . menl to discuss the 24-day-old Iafl-Harlley Hearings Gel Underway On Ship Strike WASHINGTON (UPD--A presi- days after the court order is is- immunization clinics. Parents are w . | ||. oll | T | lc nzed ..,,'..;,,,, , o m-ed U, Lave children immuniz HUMBOLDT'S FINEST FACILITIES LAWN INTERMENT MAUSOLEUM COLUMBARIUM CREMATION HUMEOLDT'S LARGEST ENDOWMENT CARE FUND Broadway Souih Ciiy Limih Eureka P. 0. Bo 602 HI 2-4173 for polio to comply with the new .slate law which says no student will he admitted Io school next September without at least one of panel has been di- back to President Kennedy by Wednesday. The president created the board Saturday as the first step in the . . . , ,, , , Taft-Harlley L a w procedure f o r ;hc scries of three polio shots. Ihe ^ m m _ A cooli off ri . .scries musl be completed wrthin od j n ;. i|kouls |)cl - ling lhc natlon . "'"-' 5 ' rar ' !al health and safely. The c l i n i c schedule for tne| Kennedy acted in response lo northern area is as follows: Pal . ( ,, luc , sls [ rom Gov. William F. Union School !) a.m. to Jiiion bcnoot il a.m. 10 Q u j n n of Hawaii, which April 9: Manila school 3| har(1 .,,, by t |, c sll jke. p.m. to 7 p.m. April 10; St. Mary's ivaii, which has been Much of the island slate's food supply has | school 10 a.m. to 12 noon April 13: Blue Lake school 1 p.m. l°i Q u i n n has 7 p.m. April 23; Veterans Jlem " l '-i cmcr ,i nnc y ial Building. Arcata. 2 p.m. to 7J On "the 'basis of the board's re- been cut off by the walkout and has declared a slate of p.m. April 240 Orick school 11 port, the President could direct IF YOU UVE ALONE . . . you ' may have to depend on friends for many burdensome decisions in time of need. Isn't it better to make these decisions ahead of time . . . without pressure or emotion? Ask Pat Bryant or Bill Hover for details . . . no charge or obligation! a.m. lo 7 p.m. April 26; Beacon ' Gen R(jl)od ,, Kennedy to j c l u h . M c K i n l c y v i l l o Airport 3 p . m . , sock a rc(ici . ;| t . mlrt i n j u n c t j o n | to r, p.m. April 27. j ordering lhc strikers back to work ! 11 or DO days. j There arc 16 million acres of I The unions and shipowners in- l l a n d in lhc Nuvajo Indian Involved in the dispute said that jservation in northeastern Arizona,! West Coast ships could be load JNcvv Mexico and Utah. 'ed and sailing in from two to four led. Both sides opposed use of ic Tad-Hartley injunction, how- ver. The strike was called March 16 y the Sailors Union of the Pa- ific; the Pacific Coast Marine iremen, Oil Watertenders and 'ipers Association, and the Mane Cooks and Stewards Union gainst the Pacific Maritime As- ociation, a group of 12 ship- ncrs. More than half of the 120 ships perated by the 12 companies ave been idled and others are eing tied up as they reach port. East and Gulf Coast ships and oreign flag vessels were nol ffected. Contracts between the union and ic shipowners expired Oct. 1. The mployers said they had offeree 'age and pension increases anc rir.tje benefits amounting to 11.8 er cent. The unions were asking .bout 17.8 per cent. Named to the board of inquiry y Kennedy were James J. Healy ·ofessor of industrial relations at iarvard University; Frank J. Du an, law professor at Georgetown University here, and Laurence E 5eibel, a professional arbitrator Healy was appointed chairman. EUREKA, 8th B HI 2-2949 Local Long Distance Moving COMPLETE STORAGE FACILITIES AGENT FOR ALLIED VAN LINES The fines,- warehouse and moving facilities in Northwestern California E D B H B B I Assessor Denies Rumor On Bank Account Taxation A notice of special interest t all taxpayers in Hurnboldf County and particularly in Eureka, ha )cen issued by Helge Paulson county assessor. An irresponsible rumor is bein] circulated among business firm in Eureka that the assessor nex y e a r will assess checking ac counts, savings accounts, am stocks and bonds. Paulson asserts this is not true Section 112, Revenue and Taxa ion Code, under Section 14, Arti cle XIII of the State Constitution specifically exempts bank depos its, bank notes, stocks, bonds, anc numerous other such properties There is no basis for the rumor ic said, and such taxation wouli ae illegal. Paulson indicated tha when taxpayers hear rumors o this nature that they check will the assessor's office to get til true facts. THE FAMILY CIRCUS, by BilKeane "No, thanks, I'm still using left-over diapers." Roole Told Of Aqueduct In-North Bay PETALUMA (UPD - The route of a proposed aqueduct lo bring Sacramento Hiver waler to Ma- ·in and other North Bay counties was outlined by the stale Department of Waler Resources Salur- day. Howard W. Grendanus, chief of the department's Bay Area planning seclion, said the aqueduct would be part pipeline and part canal and have two powerful pumping stalions. He told lhe California Waler Commission that the proposed aqueduct, cstimaled lo cosl $3( million, would be "lhe mosl feasible means of providing large quantities of water." He said water would pumped from the Sacramento River at Lindsay Slough, north of Rio Vista in Solano County, and travel in a canal to Cordelia, north of Vallejo. At Cordelia it across the Napa Valley. Water would be carried across the Sonoma Valley in a canal and then return to a pipeline for the final few miles across the Petaluma Valley to a terminus near Novato in Marin County. He said the aqueduct would be In Area Mapped In Exchange Talk Possibly one of the largest nickel deposits in North America lies beneath Rattlesnake Ridge in Del Norte County, Larry Phillips, president of the Humboldt chap- :er of the Western Mining Conference, told Eureka Exchange Club members during their luncheon meeting at the Eureka Inn recently. Phillips, speaking on the problems of mining in the western United Stales, said this metal is not being mined commercially at the present time primarily because of the heavy cost of a nickel processing plant. The speaker said c o p p e r , chrome, manganese, sulfide and limestone are other important minerals which are found in substantial amounts in the North Coast. The establishment of wood be pulp mills locally could lead to Senate Resolution Marks Death Of Annie McGaraghan The stale senate last week adopted a resolution relating lo the recent death of Annie Mc- Garaghan, according lo Senator Carl Chrislcnsen. She died October 7, 1961, al (he age of 83. The resolution honoring her remembrance emphasizes lhal she was prominent in Eureka community affairs, served as the first woman president of the Humboldt County PTA, served as city councilwoman, was a leader in -financing St. Joseph's hospital, was active in the Redwood Empire Association, and aided in developing transportation lo this area. The senate resolved that members "express their heartfelt sorrow at the dealh of Mrs. Annie McGaraghan. a distinguished and dedicated servant of mankind." Copies of the resolution have been forwarded to her four children from the Senate secretary. They are Bernard F. McGaraghan. Bertrand P. McGaraghan, James L. McGaraghan and Margaret Me- laraghan Riley. BOXING SUBJECT BLUE LAKE -- Robert Doornink of the Humboldt State Col- ege staff spoke to the Blue Lake Kiwanis club Tuesday evening on w.xing. His topic concerned why Doxing should be continue'!, especially on an amateur b=)sis. The speaker was introduced by program chairman Howard Mortensen. Kenneth Pease presided with the dinner meeting held at the E and 0 Bowl. commercial mining of sulfide and limestone, the speaker added. Ronald Green, operations officer of the United California Bank, and Arthur Dalianes, as- would be pumped into a pipeline sistant dean of activities at Humboldt State College, were inducted into the club during the business portion of the meeting. BIG BELT Toledo, Ohio, has an B-ioot main wal conveyor belt system which is capable of handling 6,000 tons no bdiu mt; dijueuuwL \wuiu u^i \i (Jdyauic ui nunuwn^ -i -financed by the $1.75 billion water of coal in an hour from railroad bond act of 1960. cars into lake vessels. CITATION In (he Suoer'or Court of the Stale of California In and for the Courtly of Humboldl Juvenile In the Mailer of JOSEPH PAUL WILSON, a person who should be de- ared free from the Custody and Con- 'ol of his parent falher. To: SAMUEL W. WILSON You are hereby cited to be and ap- =ar in the Superior Court of the Slate 1 California in and for fhe County of Humboldt, at the courtroom of Department 1 thereof, at the Courthouse at B25 Fifth Street, In the City of Eureka, County of Humboldt State of California, on Monday, the 14fh day of May, 1767, -- - - - ,., O f that day, then cause, if any you have, why JOSEPH PAUL WILSON, should not be declared free Irom the control of his natural father, SAMUEL W. WILSON, and for failure to altend as hereinbefore required you will be deemed guilty of a contempt of court. Given under my hand and seal of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Humboldt, this 6th day of April, 1962. FRED J. MOORE, JR., (Seal) County Clerk. By JOY BRAMBANL. Deputy. JAMES R. McKITTRICK Attorney at Law Courthouse Eureka, California Telephone Hillside 3-7555 Attorney for Petitioners. 4/9, 16, 23, 30 ($) COMING ATTRACTION · W i l l - s i / c TV screens no t h i c k e r t h a n a picture frame are in your tiona! appliances and more l i g h t i n g for b e t t e r l i v i n g mean you're fnt'iire' A m a / i n " 1 ' Perhaps. Yet more t h a n .10 of lotlay's fwniliur u s i n g more VQf. service each year, llul did you know t h a t t h e a p p l i a n c e s seemed just as u n u s u a l not so long ago . . . t h i n g s l i k e //·,,,· of I'Uti: gas and cleclnoU is a c t u a l l y S ' ; fru t h a n il v a s d i s h w a s h e r s , Irce/ers, a u t o m a t i c w a s h e r s and dryers. I n - l i s . tele- .50 \ e a i s ago.' Y o n can depend on o u r w o r k i i i ! ; lo keep l' ,.!!·. v i s i o n itself. You've probably added m a n y lo \rnir home. A i l d i - s e r v i c e j o u r best b a r g a i n ! IN EUREKA It's the latest fashion fo save! -- yos, and more and more people are saving at Six Rivers Savings. Open your account soon. Remember "A Part oj A\\ You Earn Is Yours To Save" Six Rivers Savings and LOAN ASSOCIATION 6th E Sts. Eureka HI 3-5053 LEGAL NOTICE TAXPAYERS NOTICE! The second installment of County Taxes for the fiscal year 19611962 is now due and if not paid by 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 10, 1962, a 6% penalty and costs will be added thereto. AH taxes on the secured roll are payable at the Tax Collector's office, Room 125, Court House. WALLACE E. MARTIN, Treasurer and Tax Collector Humboldt County. 3/13, 20, 27--4/3 thru 4/9 (5) County of Humboldt Stale of California NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the office of the County Clerk, Court House, Eureka, California, until 2:00 P. M., on TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 196! at which time they will be publicly opened and read for performing ·ork as follows: CONSTRUCTION OF STORM DAMAGE REPAIRS TO YAGER- BRIDGEVILLE -- ALDERPOINT ROAD P-222, PROJECT NO. 12, LOCATIONS 9 AND 23. No bid will be received unless it Is made on a Proposal Form furnished by Ihe County Surveyor. Each bid must be accompanied by cash, cashier's or tilled check made payable to the County ol Humboldt, or a bidder's bond made payable to the County of Humboldt, and executed as surety by some corporation authorized to issue surety bonds in the State of California, tor nount equal to at least five percent IS'/) of the amount of the total bid, such guaranty to be forfeited should the bidder to whom the contract is awarded, fail to enter into the ton- iract within ten (10) days from and after Notice ot Award. All bids are to be compared on the basis of the County Surveyor's estimate of the quantities of work to be done. No bid will be accepted from a Con- aclor who has not been licensed in accordance wilh the provisions of Chapter 791, Statutes of 1929, as amended. Plans may be seen, and forms of proposal, bonds, contract and specifications may be obtained at the office of Inn County Surveyor, 1106 2nd Street, Eu- ·eka, California. The special attention nf prospective bidders Is called lo lhc "Proposal Re- quircmonts and Conditions" annexed to the blank form of proposal!, lor full directions as lo bidding, etc. In accordance wilh the provisions of Section 17/0 of the Labor Code, the Board of Supervisors tins ascertained the general prevailing rate of wa0es applicable lo the work to bo done as follows: Copies of the wngc schedule adopted by the Board of Supervisors are available upon request in the County Clcrk'i office, Court House, Eureka, California. All crafls nol represented by Humboldt Building Trades are secured from San Francisco Building Trade*. Apprentices to all craflj nro subject to working scales set up hy the Apprenticeship Council. days work-Forty (40) hours prr wepk. Overtime: Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, Qovorncd tjy crnll Involved. The following hoMdnyt shall be observed: New Year's Day. Memorial Day Indenendcncfl Day, Labor Day, Thanksglvinn. Day, CtulUm/H Dny, M- mission Day anil Vchrran'i Day The County of Humboldl reserve thrt righl lo rn|ccl any or all bids' By Order of fho Hoard of Supervisor Oalcd: March 77, m!. County nl Mumhnldl HCD J. MOOMI., JR., Coimiy tic Hy \/ w IVpnty ( n ii thru n/i is) J

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