Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 10, 1962 · Page 10
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 10

Eureka, California
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Tuesday, April 10, 1962
Page 10
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HUMBOLDT STANDARD Tuesday. April 10, 1962, P. 10 Facsimile Check Shows Tax Paid By limbermen Ihimboldt County Tax Collector Wnllaoc Martin Monday received a fat-simile check for $2,421,987.41. This ch^ck represents the total prupmv tax payments made by Hie members of the North Coast Timber Association in llumboldt County. These property tax pay- mi'iiN of $2.421,!))J7.41 arc a source of Hipport for the operations and burial-Is of toimly. city, school ili.sirifi and special district gov I'mment activities throughout H u m h o l r l t County. This is an in- cronsc of I I per cent from the previous year. M a k i n u the presentation of the f:icimiU' check to tlie county on in-half of the North Coast Tim- hrr Association were Henry K. Trohstz. president, and Harry W. Graham, secretary-treasurer and manager, A similar facsimile check was presented in Crescent City to Del Norte County Tax Collector Na- (iine Finley in the amount of SG01.533.3!). This was an 8 per cent increase from the prior year. The purpose of the association is to promote equity in taxation, efficiency and economy in government, and advance the best interests of the timber industry. Members of the association are; Arcata Redwood Company, Georgia Pacific Corporation, The Pacific Lumber Company, Weyer- liaeuscr Company, Simpson Redwood Company, Fairhurst Lumber Company. Rellim Redwood Company, Twin Parks Lumber Company, Ward Lumber Company, Coombs Lumber Company, Me- Namara Peepe Lumber Company, A. C. Button Corporation, Timber Products Company, United Stales Plywood Corporation, Wanner Corporation, Cheney Red- woorl Company, M M Lumber Company, Diebold Mills, Inc., R. I I . Emmerson Son, Cal-Pacific Manufacturing Company, Medford Veneer Plywood Company Kimonson Logging C o m p a n y Hamilton Brothers Lumber Company and Standard Vcnccr Timber Company. Question Man... By Phil Dean Why is the moon romantic? -a" Janet Sizemore 253 McKcown Lane, Eureka Hank Teller "The moon isn't romantic, it is he person you are with. The moonlight might help though." Eurekan Serves In Jay Garrison FORT JAY, N. Y.-(HTNC)- A r m v Specialist Four Leroy Mur- rcll, 20. son of John Lee Murrell, Samoa. Claif., recently was assigned to the U. S. Army Gar-| rison at Fort .lay, N. Y. Specialist Murrell, a driver in the garrison's Headquarters Company at the tort, entered the Army in February 1960 and completed basic training at Fort Dix, N. J. Miirrell was graduated from Eureka High School in 1960. In Downtown San Francisco Pete Brown 1404 Foster Ave., Arcata 1I.S.C. Student "You only notice it at nighl and the connotation of night is mystery more than romance." Mrs. John Llenhart 1200 Allan! Ave., Eureka llusintss College Student "I suppose because it has man in it, and men are suppose to be romantic." Jerry Sovereign 2010 Pine St., Eureka Delivery Man 'All I know about the moon i that they say a full moon mean good deer hunting." LYMPIC I KING SIZE BEDS RADIO-T.V. SINGLES S T A R T I N G AT St.50 DOUBLES S T A R T I N G AT S7.5D EDDY at T A Y L O R FREE PARKING TEL: GR 4-8100 Nose Gear Fails; No Injuries In Skilled Landing ARCATA--A twin-engine Beech craft Bonanza plane circled the Arcata airport about noon yes- .erday while crash and fire units assembled on the field below, spectators watched as it made a slow landing on the runway and j'naljy halted, tilting on its nose. Two passengers a n d Gilbert Moore, executive pilot for Twin Harbors Lumber Co., emerged rom the plane. There were no njurics reported. The estimate of damage was about $2,000. Dave Zebo, Humboldt County aviation director on leave of absence, but on hand at the scene of the near-disaster, said, "Moore did a real professional job ol landing." Zebo explained the plane had taken off from the airport earlier and in the take-off the nose gear did not retract. The wheel was unlocked and flopping, he said The tower observed.the situatior and notified the pilot. Seven fire and crash units wer alerted to stand by, three fron Humboldt County Department a the field and four from the Ar cata Fire Department. The expression "frank", mean ing a letter going fee of postage comes from the old French franc 1 meaning free. $54.95 Vatufl ONE OF 10,000 HOFFMAN 9-TRANSISTOR SOLAR RADIOS POWERED BY THE SUN lust come in and ask us about Reiall SUPER PLENIMINS America's fargest Selling Vitamin-Mineral Product Gel your free entry blank with lull details. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO WIN ENTER TODAY... Otftr Ends May 15,1962 CHECK THESE UNIQUE FEATURES, V Free power from the sun V Plays by Solar Cell outdoors- plays under light bulb or by batteries indoors V Solar booster almost doubles battery life. V 5 x 3" size with leather casi jnd earphono SUPER PtENAMINS give you 11 vitamins. » 10 minerals in each tablet... more than the minimum daily" requirement of all those vitamins with set minimums. 2 59 AT OUR (B/) DRUG STORE RITCHIE WOODS REX ALL DRUGS Free Delivery Coll HI 3-3175 Open Evenings (II 9 5th s#J G Sts. EureU Specialist Rating For Local Soldier FURTH, GERMANY (AHTNC - Carl D. Bruner, 19, whose wife Jwenda, lives at 2114 I Street, El eka, Calif., recently was pro noted to specialist four in Ger nany while serving with the 951 Quartermaster Battalion. A finance clerk in the batta on's Headquarters Detachment in Tirth, Specialist Bruner entered K Army in November I860, com- leted basic training at Fort Ord, alif., and was stationed at Fort enjamin Harrison, Ind., before rriving overseas in May 1961. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo . Bruner, 3503 Union St.. he at- ended Eureka High School. Carnegie Responds; Cify Library Built (It was in 1901 that the Eureka Chamber of Commerce wrote to \ndrew Carnegie, then in Scot- end, seeking a building for the ibrary that was housed in rented juarters. Here is another installment in the story of the early days of the Eureka library.) Ily Ru-Flo JInrncr Lee As thrifty with his words as vith his money Andrew Carnegie cplied practically by return mail that if Eureka would provide a itiitable site and pledge -- $2,000 a 'ear for support of the library, le would provide ?20,000 for the milding. Armed with this joyous news, he civic-minded went forth and raised $8,123, bought the present site for $5,700 and the City Council hired Knowles Evans and B. I. Tarver, local architects, to draw up plans. The plans ap- iroved, local builder Ambrose N. ·"osier was awarded a contract o erect a building for $20,841.75, with the work to begin August 1, 902. Supplementary agreements were added to the original contract to provide for steps of Mac River granite, mosaic tiling anc other items. In the fall of 1904 the building Busy Session In Municipal Court Eureka Municipal Court began this week with a full schedule yesterday. Willard W. Braman appearec for a preliminary hearing on a charge of forgery. He entered a plea of guilty, and was certified to superior court. Passing bad checks broughl Hughey Tabor a 180-day sentence with one day suspended. Dan H. Kelley was certified to superior court on a charge o carrying a concealed weapon, ant Jeff Davis Kemp Jr., found guiltj of using a hypodermic needle am syringe, was given a 90-day sen tence. A $1050 cash or $2100 bail wai set in the case of Terrence Pringle, who was certified to su perior court on a charge of assaul with intent to rape. In traffic court, Clarence Sliamley was fined $276 on a drunk driving charge. The same that charge brought Alton "F. Ferrin a 55-day term in Uie county jail a license suspension for one year Drunk driving and having an open bottle of liquor in his ca! resulted in a $332 fine for David W. Kerr. was completed. (The writer does lot believe she attended the open- ng although she had already ar ived here with her mother anc ather from Phoenix. She was just slightly past a year old. Her moth' er was busy making jams and jel ies, expecting another child, ant managing her little home which .till stands on F street next to vhat was in those days the Pres- lyterian church. Her father was dashing about on a bicycle selling ams, jellies, honey, coffee, etc rom door to door in Eureka anc rying to drum up trade at Sa moa.) A windfall of $529.85 came to he library in 1908 through a bequest from John H. Gyselaar who assed away in that year. (In hose days that was a very con siderable sum of money but then vas no inheritance tax then, nor ncome tax and the gentleman's widow and daughter were not de privcd. They lived across the street from our former home a and Hillsdale and at Easle time and in the fall one of the greatest joys of the teenage Har )er girls was to watch the mothe and daughter come forth in-thei truly beautiful new clothes. Mrs Gyselaar and her daughter Rose surely had exquisite taste and a *reat sense of fashion). Employers Urged To Hire Eureka Youths For Jobs Mayor Henry Terheden yester day called on Eureka employer: to put the assets of youth to worl in their firms. His appeal was made in a proc lamation endorsing the nationwide Jobs for Youth drive being pressei locally by the Eureka office o the California State Employmen Service. Governor Edmund G Brown has also given his suppor to the drive. Noting that employers face a growing shortage of qualifiec workers in the prime age groups particularly in demand occupa tions, Terheyden urged employer to tap the reservoir of job-hunting out-of-school youth. He pointed ou that young people possess th qualities needed by every firm a fresh outlook, ability to lea; quickly, and eagerness to do a jol well. The slogan of the campaign i "Put Youth on a job -- Today' Investment, Tomorrow's Profit. Atomic particle chart, entered in recent Stewart School science fair in Arcata, is explained by Paul Ely, eighth grader, to Mathew Santino, chairman of the Board of Trustees, Eureka City Thirty science projects and dis- .lays entered in the recent Stewrt School science fair were eval- ated by math-science-Kiwanis earns in preparation for the science fair at George Jacobs Junor High School, May 20. Three teams composed of Ki./anis members, science instruc- ors and elementary teachers ob- erved and discussed projects with larticipating students. Richard Quintrell, science coor- inator, S t e w a r t Elementary chool, was chairman, assisted by George Iberreta, Mary . Graham and Luella MacMillan, Arcata eachers. The science projects were an utgrowth of classroom work, ompleted outside of school time. The second annual science fair t Stewart School was attended y 250 parents and 200 pupils at- ended. SAN FRANCISC015 JET-POWERED NON-STOP PORTLAND 16 PACIFIC AIR LINES For reservations call your {ravel agent or TErrace 9-1521 Atomic Particle Chart At Science Fair CD Radiological Course Set Friday A Civil /Defense class igical instrument handling will e held .-Friday'in-the'Civil De- ense 'headquarters, basement of (he county .courthouse,'.. according o J. Ted Gumble, county director f'Civil Defense. , The class will be the-first of three which'will be held on an ight-hour ' basis. Approximately 0 persons from the county health epartment, department of public- works, and fire districts will take nstruction. Later'this year, after the course las been completed, 120 kits will e distributed which will consti- ute all equipment 'needed for equiping a fixed monitoring point, Gumble. said. The'equipment will determine, the amount-of a radioactivity in the area. . The coordinator, emphasized that hese classes, and. the issuance at the equipment,'will fix the re- sponsibjlity of people normally in the 'field. Schools. Show was one of individual school exhibits · leading 'to ' all - school science fair at George Jacobs Junior High School, May 26. ' GREAT CIRCLE ROUTE Great circle route, a term usi n navigation, means a loute or ourse which follows the true cir- umference of the earth between wo points. Being the shortest dis- ance between any two points on he earth, it is of particular im- ortance to airplane navigation. New Parliament Elections Considered By De Gaulle i of Orsi re- Bi of the PARIS (UPI) -- President Charles de Gaulle today was reported weighing the dissolution parliament and new general elec- Lions as a follow-up to the sounding endorsement of his Algerian policy by the people France. The 9-1 victory scored by Gaulle in Sunday's referendum was bitter for the Secret Army Thi Organization (OAS) and its sym pathizers and supporters in France and Algeria. Another bitter blow was the disclosure or the capture of two of Lop leaders in France of the OAS ·hich police said had plotted to unleash a reign of terror and sa;ed botage and plunge the nation into chaos. Arrest OAS Officials A police announcement Monday ti night'reported the arrests of Daniel Godot and Andre Orsini. Godot, a former army lieutenant, recently led a daring raid into a Paris hospital in an attempt to assas sinale two general staff officers 'sini was the OAS "treasurer who tried to blackmail acl irigitte Bardot into paying $10 000 in new francs as a "tax" t outlawed organization. Police said Godot was arreste De Wednesday after having been un der surveillance for some time ley said they found in his po. session false identity papers an a document detailing "the pal ticipation of metropolitan Franc in the final phase of the actio (lie OAS." The document, according to po lice, outlined a campaign of mu der, sabotage and terrorism whic was to reach its "crescendo" du ing the first two weeks of.Apri Godot already had been .sen :enced to death by a court in ab sentia. But under French law, th sentence will have to be rea firmed. in a court trial in h presence. South Fork Man At Tank School FORT KNOX, Ky. '(AIITNO-- Army Pvt. Ralph D. Stewart, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas.M. Stewart, South Fork, Calif., competed eight weeks of advanced ndividual training at The Armor Training Center, Fort Knox, Ky., March 31. Stewart received instruction in operating the 90-millimeter tank un and driving the Army's medium tank. He was familiarized :tres wth the duties and responsibilities of each of the four tank crew members; the commander, driver, gunner and loader. He entered the Army last November and completed basic training at Fort Ord, Calif. He attended South Fork High School. NERVES? NOW RELAX NERVOUS TENSION Now, quickly tranquilize anxieties, worries, stress, strain, "Nerves" . . . due to com'mdn, everyday nervousness . . . with iranquilizing, sedative-calming ALVA-TRANQUIL* tablets. They're 100% safe, taken as directed. Insist on genuine ALVA-TRANQUIL tablets, $2al Druggists. ' eMtet . . . . . , , . . , j ALVA- ._ tranquil T A E t l BTO " TABLETS' %of_ original mrchn mlue Jhith! 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