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HMfBOLPr STANDARD Tuesday, April 10, 1962,'P. 15 Three hoots for The New 'PEANUT RATE' You'll join the contented owl once you've tried the Peanut Rate yourself. For only $1 you can get 3 lines of Times-Standard classi- fied advertising for three consecutive days. It's the ideal way for budget-minded folks to advertise because the "Peanut Rate" is reserved for private parties who want to sell items for $25 or under. And for top bargains, read the "Peanut Rate Ads" daily and the regular ads. Once in a while you may even find a contented owl for sale. One that is docile, housebroken, good with children, decorative, easy on the food budget. Stuffed, of course. * 3 Lines * 3 Times * One Dollar Times-Standard Peanut Rate Want Ads HI 2-1711 Demos 8/asf Wasfe On GOP Talkathon WASHINGTON (UPI) - Rep. marathon at the taxpayers' ex- Registration For June Primary Ends Thursday Henry S. Reuss, D-Wis., said to day Republicans would be guilh of wasteful spending if they carry out plans for an all-night criticism of President Kennedy. Reuss' criticism was aimed at the plans of about 15 Republican!! to deliver a non-slop series of one hour speeches starting Wednes day afternoon. The Republicans were set lo keep talking until dawn Thursday in what the GOP called its "spring thaw" to "cul away the snow job the administralion has been pil ing on the American people through i Is blizzards of propa ganda." Reuss said the Republicans! should show their concern for the people "by not conducting this Special Guest For Workshop Here Apr. 11 A special fealure of the leadership workshop being hold at the Agriculture Center at Spruce Point on Wednesday, April 11, will ae the participation of Mrs. Marjorie Freeman, former executive secretary of the Woman's Institute of Great Britain. The Women's ^Institutes are similar to the lome advisor groups of the United States. The workshop is being presented by Ruby Harris, extension specialist in family relations and eadership: Helen Edwards, assistant program leader in home economics of the University of California; and Miss Ruth Crawford, home advisor for Humboldt and Del Norte counties. Sessions will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Spruce Point agricultural center. All interested persons are welcome and are asked to bring a sack lunch for loon. Postmasters Hear Region Officials Area postmasters met recently o hear a panel of speakers from he regional department in San Francisco, according to J. 0. Tol- actt, assistant postmaster, U. S. Post Office, Eureka. Speaking were: Ray Spears and Windol Martin, specialists on city delivery, and George Havener, specialist on ve- licle service, all of San Francisco, and Guido Alasia. postal service ifficcr, San Rafael. Tolborl presided over the ses- ion at the main Eureka post of- ice. Meat, Poultry At World's Record ROME (UPD-Thc world pro- ucod more meat and poultry last ear than at any Lime in history, ie United Nations Food and Ag- icultural Organization reported unday. It said the record eight million ons of meat and poultry produc- lon was 25 per cent above the %0 figure. Most of the increase ame in the United States and Canada. Open House -- Dr. and Mrs. ohn Pauley of McKinleyville en- ertained at a recent open house onoring Mr. and Mrs. William ^andis. More than 50 guests at- cnded. Pythian Sisters -- North Star 'cmple, Pythian Sisters of Arca- i, will host a regular district onvcntion Wednesday (April 11) t Eagles Hall, Eleventh Street, t 8 p.m. All district temples are] sked to attend. 1 pense." He estimated printing costs lot the speeches would come lo $18, 110 for the Congressional Record and paying employes overtime would add another $1,108. In addi lion there would be extra utilities --for which he had no estimate. Other congressional news: Missiles: The Senate Permanent Investigations subcommittee re called Donald W. Douglas Jr., president of Douglas Aircraft Co. to question him about alleget "profit pyramiding" in production of the Nike guided missile. Angola: Congressional testimony released today showed that UK United States vigorously protest cd use of American arms by For tugal to quell the revolt in Angola last year. State and Defense De partment officials told the House Foreign Affairs Committee in the testimony, taken last month, that Portugal has assured the United Slates that U.S. military aid items are NATO are not: and will nol be, used in Angola. WEATHER By United Press International San Francisco Bay Area: Fai through Wednesday; high toda BZ-68; low tonight 44-50; northwes o north winds 12-25 m.p.h. today Northern California: Fair witl ittlc temperature change througl Wednesday. Ml. Shasla-Siskiyou area: Fai with little temperature change through Wednesday. Sierra Nevada: Fair xvilh litllt temperature c h a n g e Ihrougl Wednesday. Sacramento V a 1 1 e y: Fai through Wednesday; high boll days 72-80; low tonight 42-50 north winds 15-2ri m.p.h. loday. San .loaquin V a l l e y ; Fai through Wednesday; high hot! days 70-80; low tonight 40-48 north winds 8-15 m.p.h. M o n t e r e y B a y Area: Fair through Wednesday; high today 62-68, Wednesday 68-75; low lo- nighl 42-48; northwest lo north winds 10-20 knots. For! Bragg and vicinity: Fair with little temperature change through Wednesday; coastal winds north 15-30 knots today. Northwestern California: Fair and slightly warmer through Wednesday; high today and low tonight Napa 75-40, Santa Rosa 75-39, ukiah 76-40: coastal winds northwest to north 15-30 knots today. High Low Prcclp. Albuquerque 74 42 Atlanta 73 so Bakersfield 75 49 Boise 53 2S .02 Boston (is 43 .26 Brownsville 8! 72 Chicago 49 37 T Denver 56 35 Detroit 49 37 Fairbanks -- -Fort Worth 71 5s Fresno 77 4!) Helena 45 36 Kansas City 61 37 Los Angeles lifi 57 Miami 83 76 Minneapolis 37 18 New Orleans 80" 63 New York 61 46 .30 Oakland 65 53 Oklahoma City (12 50 T Phoenix 90 59 Pittsburgh 52 35 .12 Red Bluff 77 54 Reno 63 24 Sacramento 77 52 Salt Lake City 55 39 San Diego is 58 T San Francisco lit 51 Seattle -- -Spokane -- -Thermal % (15 Washington i 61) 48 .03 If you voted at the 191)0 Presidential election and have nut moved or changed your name, yon are qualified lo vote at this election. If not, register by Thursday night: 1. -- At your nearest schoolhouse in Arcata, Eurclta or Me- [ Kinleyvillc school districts, 2-4 cadi afternoon or 7-a rarh evening. 2.-- Al your nearest schoolhouse in all other set 1 districts, 7-9 each evening. 3.-- With any other deputy whose name anil address has been published. Jyne Primar Candidate Li By JERRY REYNOLDS United Press International SACRAMNETO ( U P I ) -- Secre tary of Stale Frank M. Jordan re vealed today he has certified th "largest number of candidates i California history" for the Jun primary election. Although Jordan's staff stil was compiling lists and statislics his elections expert, Walter Stul er, said "we're sure ils easily Ihe largest number of candi dales." In Ihe race for governor, ther arc six certified candidates, in eluding Ihree Dcmocrals, two Re publicans, and a Prohibitionist. A seventh candidate failed to qual ify. There are eight candidates fo U. S. senator, five for lieulenan governor, seven for secretary o state, three for controller, fou for treasurer, four for atlorney general, and nine for superinten dent of public iiist'''iclion. Candidates were required lo file for election in county offices b\ March 30. The counties had unti asl Wednesday lo report these filings to the secretary of stale One Assembly dislrict has a lis of 17 candidates. This districl, Ihe new 48lh, is located in Los Ange les County. There is no incum bent because of the 1961 Assem bly reapportibnment. One congressional dislrict, also in Los Angeles Counly, has 13 candidales. This is the new 31s Dislrict in Ihe Inglewood area. Despite the large number o candidates, eight stale legislators lave no oppisilion. Those wilh aulomalic re-election i n c l u d e Sens. Randolph Collier, James Cobey, Paul Bryne and Hugh M Burns and Assemblymen Frank Belotli, Carlos Bee, Robert Ted Kennedy Quits Post As DA Aide BOSTON ( U P I ) - Edward M. (Ted) Kennedy, the President's youngest brother, has resigned his jost as a $1 a year assistant dis- rict attorney in Boston's Suffolk County. Dist. Ally. Garrett H. Byrne disclosed Monday that Kennedy landed in his resignation March 4, the day he formally became a candidate for the U.S. Senate seat vacated by his brother after ie became President. Kennedy served about a year, )Ut much of his time was spen n trips abroad. He tried about 5( minor cases. Wilder Next On Cabinet Series WASHINGTON (UPI) - Author aj wright Thornton Wilder will cad from his works April 30 al lie State Department Auditorium nder sponsorship of the Presi- enl's cabinet and Mrs. Jacquelne Kennedy. Wilder, author of "The Bridge f San Luis Rev," "Our Town," nd "The Skin of our Teeth," fol- ows poet Robert Frost, author ""ar Sandburg and singer Marian \ndcrson in the scries of cabinet- )onsored appearances. Historical Society -- Humboldt y Has Largest st In History Crown and Gordon Winlon, In addition, two of the four members of the Board of Equa - izalion arc unopposed. They are George Reilly, San Francisco, and Paul Lcake, Woodland. Here is a list of candidates for the three major statewide offices: Governor: Democratic -- Gov. Edmund G. Brown, Phillip Winton F. Moore, Los Angeles public relations man; Alfred L. Hamilton, state parole- agent from Placerville, and John C. Stuart, Auburn cost analyst. Republican -- Richard M. Nixoi and Joseph C. Shell. Andrew W. Schroeffell, Los Angeles accountant, failed to qualify. Prohibition -- Robert L. \Vy- ckoff, Glcndale attorney and medical doctor. U. S. Senator: Democratic -- Stale Sen. Richard Richards, Los Angeles: J. F. (Skeels) Coleman, Redondo Beach aerospace industry executive; jabricl Grcc, Los Angeles pub- isher, and Henry A. Morme , Compton tax counselor and rca : or. Republican -- Sen. Thomas H. Kuchcl; Howard Jarvis, Los An- jelcs businessman; Loyd Wright. -.05 Angeles attorney, and Wiliam H. Itcinholz, Pasadena inventor. Lieutenant governor: Democratic -- · Lt. Gov. Glenn M. Anderson ; Harold Brainin Treskunoff, San Francisco waiter, and William B. McKesson, Los Angeles Counly district attorney. Republican -- San Francisco Mayor George Christopher a n d state Sen. John F. McCarthy of San Rafael. LEGAL NOTICE C E R T I F I C A T E OF D O I N G B U S I N E S S U N D E R F I C T I T I O U S N A M E Know All Men by These Presents: W. C R E W and K E N N E T H V. ROSE, business under the fictitious name and Building Supply"; t h a t the principal lace of business of said coparlnership E situated on the northeast corner of Ihe luncllon of U. S. Highway 299 and California Highway 96 in the Town of Willow Creek, Humboldl County, California, and that the names in f u l l of all of the members of said copartner- Ship, and their respective places ol residence are as follows: Gerald W. Crew, residing at Star Route, Salver, Humboldt County, California; and, Keneth V. Rose, residing at Slar Route, alyer, Humboldt County, C a l i f o r n i a IN W I T N E S S W H E R E O F , we have hereunto set our hands and seals the 6lh day ol April, 1962. G E R A L D W. C R E W K E N N E T H V. ROSE tale ol California, ) ) ss. County ot H u m b o l d t ) me, Andrew J, Fox, a notary public n and for the State of California, w i t h rincipal o f f i c e in Ihe Counly of Hum- oldt, and duly commissioned and worn, personally appeared G E R A L D W. C R E W and K E N N E T H V. ROSE, nown to me to be the persons whose ames are subscribed to the w i t h i n in- trument, and acknowledged to me l h a t hey executed the same W I T N E S S my hand and official seal. A N D R E W J. FOX Seal) Notary Public in and for the County of Humboldt, Slate of California. j -1/10, 17, 14-S'\ (S) h e r i f f ' s Office ) f bounty of Hurnbcldt, ) 55 , tale of C a l i f o r n i a ) J, No. 5627 r NOTICE OF SALE OF R E A L ESTATE-- E X E C U T I O N , BY V I R T U E of an execution issued ut of the Arcata Juslice Couri of ounly of Humboldt, State of California p n an action wherein W. H. B r i l t an . ndivrdual DBA under the f i r m name s nd style at B r i l l Credit Service, pla n- ,, ft, and Wayne K. Akins and Myrna c . Akins-DBA-- Pacific Truck Tractor, N efendants, upon a judgment rendered r n the 12th day o! March, 1962 in favor E end.mts, lor the sum of one hundred f h i r l y two and forty eight one h u n d r e d ( ollars (S132.46) in l a w f u l money of the h Jnited States, besides costs and inc erest, 1 have this day levied upon all c ie r i g h t , t i t l e , claim, and interest ot p lid defendants. Wayne K. A k i n s and {T yrna L. Akins in and to that real ^ iroperty situated in the County of ,- umboldt. Stale of C a l i f o r n i a , described c s follows to wit: J NOTICE All taxpayer IDI, should C inquent Tax LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE fi, ih s no ti, td w 30 ft to beg. *t».93 T A Y L O R . RUSSELL E. S. MARGARET A,' JT.-Dco at NW cor 5th 1 B SI, Ih W 80 ft, Ih N 110 tt, !h E BO ft, Hi li to beg .......... S?I7.28 THOMAS, JESSIE M.-- Bep. at NE cor son H Sts, th N 65 ft, E 125 ft. 5 65 It, W 125 M fo beg S 35 ' 2 ' BONNER. CLYDE R. HELEN T.. JT.--Lols 22 i 23 BIK 10 Graybrook Tract *n.W BOREN, NEWTON E.--Beg 1?0 ft N Of £e- NW ID ft. W . 1161.86 W 65 It. Ih S HO ft lo bey. is errors are likely j WRIGHT, BILL H.--Com al occur, which, II not discovered in[B(k 3 Eureka, tti E 90 ft, S lime, would caus.0 in convenience to;90 ft, N 110 fl lo beg. pdrlics concerned. j RPTIH AI? oni i Taxpayers who have disposed ol pro- 1 REGULAR ROLL perly since March 6. nil may lineI T _ . ,, ,,, ,, w ,,, sw wn| ,, . Iheir names llsled tor Ihc m-iion Ihaiig r . , ., .. _ .., ,, ,. ... .,, | present owners have lulled lo pay tTMs |J Cal Sl ' lh S "° "' lh W " 'dinfj $103.87 E 137.25 fl, th S 60 fl, til W 137.JS II LAUREL B. . .. ft to beg. R.-W ished. the cui ent rol DELINQUENT TAX LIST in and for the CITY OF EUREKA State of California th N 120 It, Ih G 48' foi ACHEVV, JR. I. LEONARD LINNEA J. JT.-S 42 1! ot Lol 6 8. N 43 II Of Lot 7 Ellk 20 Rii',s Claim Add. SI00.95 A HO. JOUKO H. DEL-ORES JT.~ Lot 7 Ellk S Ocr-,in Vii:w And. JJ2.B6 ALBONICO, CEII.ESTA-S 35 ft of H J3.75 fi ol Lot 7 B.iy View Tract, an ALCALA. H E N w y H EMMA JT.-- t Blk 107, 2nd Clarki Add. . , . beg ..................... - - · - 32.53 BOROWSKI JR.. STANLEY A. 8. LYNN M. JT.-Beg B9.04 ft N from NW cor ol Creighlon i Summit Sts, th N 55.92 ft, tli W 103 ft, ih S 55.92 ft, Ih £ 103 lo beg 528-12 BOWKER, D. W. EST.--Com at SW cor of Lot 14 Blk 7 Cooper 6st Atfd, «i« lh N 79 deg 14 min E al lot In bet UMCA Lots 5-6 B.k 7 ?0 fl to beg, in N 19.2 (I, E 64.1 II, S 19.54 tl, W 60.37 fl lo beg S'-« BOWMAN, LLOYD L. B, HAZEL T. JT -Com 50 ft S of SE cor 6th t L Sts, th E 60 fl, th S 14 ft, Ih E 16 ft, th S 46 f!, th W 76 If, th N 60 ft to tie« . SI 1.28 BRADFORD, JUDITH G. SHIRLEY R. McGINNIS-Lots 37, 30, 39 8, 40 BIK ALDF.RSON, OLA M.-titrg 170 (I S ol SW cor "' '· " ' -" Hrt\ ins'-; W thorn R Pin St, th 5 IOC tt to hog. ALLEN, NAT S. ft Fairway I fl, til N 100 il, lh E 13, Grfiytjiook Tracl S29.15 BRADY, EARL L. RUTH E. JT.- Lol 9 Randall Tract less ptn for M y r t l e Avc. L' JT'-1 BRIDGES, LLOYD LOUIS GEP. o i i Uni! 'HART-Com 270 It N of NE cor 2nd 4 FOR TAXES AND/OR ASSESSMENTS! - SJ6 54, Commercial Sts, Commercial Add, th E LEVIED IN THE YEAR 1961 FOR THE: ALLEN, THEODORA 0.--Lots 9, I O - J 5 5 ft, th N 7t ft, th W 3D (t, th 5 FISCAL YEAR mi-62. Notice is hereby given mot unless thr ' ' ' loont due for the fiscal year Blk ID AM of High School Add, S S . 2 7 J U "th w A L L E Y , GLENN H. PAULINE--Com I B S ft S of NW cor Blk 53 En Cli.rks Also R/W. BRITT. H. N. Rur ' 5 clai ft, Ih S 60 fl to S39.3B DELMA--Lots 13 ,, ,,,,,,,,.,...,.,,' Add, in S 45 ft. E 110 ft, N 45 f!, W H Blk - - - - - - · my property, a s ] 110 ft to hcfl. . J 1 3 B 9 J B R I T T , JAMES L, JOY A. JT--Beg jw opposite the! AMES, EDWIN MASON 8, DOROTVi 3 3 5 ' 7 3 " Nwl V from NW tor Harris Sis paldjJT.-Lot 8 Hillside . . 135.39) ^airfield St. lh Nely al Fairfield_ ·"' 1961-62 penalties ind costs shown on the list description of the ,..,,,.,..,, .,, _ . _ . _ . . ,,. ,, ..,,.. . . JJJ . J , before 5-00 P. M., May 7, 1962. the ANDERSEN, EINAR M B A R B A R A ' S ? )! ' '" Nwly 110 ft, th Swly 52 tt, real property on which such amounts i JT.-Lot J Highland Acres S13 95 t(l Stlv "° f t t o beg S25 ' 57 arc a lien (except real property pre-! ANDERSEN, P A --Lo! 25 Blk 3 Com-i UR °. MARTHA M.-N 45 f t of Lot t iously sold to the Cily and not re! m crcial Add, Less Wly 50 ft told, slh -' 3 Huntoon Add 112.34 'III by Operalion of law bei Bridgps 12 69 ^ROWN, JR. GEORGE H. i, MAR- Cily of Eureka at such lime,ANDERSEN, P A "?. RACHEL J T ' -; G A R E T C. JT.--Beg 60 ft S of SE n the oltice af Ihc Tax Collector in^al 5 Blk 5 Connicks Add 124 ! 5 f C D r Sonom.i G Sis, th E 122' j ft, th Ihe Cily uf__Eurcka, Stale of California. 'ANDERSON, B T --Com J4Q ft N ' o ( i s 63 "· lh w 122 ' ; "· lh N 65 " lo beg. . S74.13 BROWN, REBECCA--Beg at SW cor ol LOIS~7 uttl M Sls ' lh w 75 "' lh s 84 " 5 Hit n'"' " l E ' s "· lh N S4 - 5 " to t)e 9- $27-58 riiyb"ronkj B R Y A N - FRANK H. S, ADAH L. JT.-- S330E'Com BO ft S of SE cor of 9th F ANDERSON, DAVID H MABEL A i 5 ' 5 ' th s d ° "' E 1!D "· N 40 fl - W JT.--Lol 2 Blk 31 En darks Add $91 S O 1 5 0 ft |D beg - A|5 ° R - /W " " a6M ANDERSON, DAVID H MABEL A BRYANT, RAYMOND E. a. JOAN L. JT.--Lot 1 Dlk 83, 2nd En Clarks JT '- Uo1 I0 ' B1k 3 ' Redwood Gar- Add. . . . S5 ; jg dens _ S57.0 ANDERSON, DAVID H 8- MABEL V ! 3UETTNER. LAWRENCE M. B, CLARA JT.-Lot 7 Blk 25 Eddy Tract * 2 J 8 0 i A - JT.-Lals 4 8- ' ""· " " ;t;mecJ), ,olii to tin olfice_ af Ihe Tax Collecto LEROY A. S T A R K E Y , \u\j C or Huntoon I Sts, th W H2'.-j Director ol Finance and EX-!N io n, E 112'- ir, S SO (I !c Offklo Tax Collector of lnc| ANDERSON, C H A R L E S E. Cily of Eureka, Slate of Ca!i- c / 0 j ONN k'PYLA -- Lol Dated: 'Ken ,5. 1962. C """ t "" k - U ' " B ' k " NOTICE Property To Be Deeded To The CITY OF EUREKA Special atter the Addenda ist. Property listed ' in this Addei inri heretofore sold lo the Cily of Eurt Ihc 7tfi day of May, 196? ; P. M., i 1 Ihe office of the Tax Collec- . r, Cily of Eureka, Stale of Californi 1 deeded lo the City unless sooner re- poslponed pro- Add. SJ3.89 ANDERSON, EVERETT M E. HAZELl M. JT.-Bog at SW cor 10th M S , 5 BURKE, OLIVER c/o EDWARD 5IIPOLA th W 65 ft, S 110 fl, E 65 ft N 110 lLo! 36 fl- S '.i Lot 37 Blk 2 Bishop ft to beg. .. . S3!02! T r a c t S2I67 ANDERSON, EVERETT M HAZELl B U R M A N l CHESTER A - ROSE J M.-Com 65 (I W ol SW cor 10th £. M! J T.-Com 35 It S of SW cor 6th Calif. Sis, Ih W 55 It, S 110 ft E 55 It N[ S I S - '" s J5 "· m w m (t - lh N ts 110 ft to bcq SUM "· lh E m " Io be 9 S1 5-B3 LOIS P BURMAN. CHESTER A. ROSE J. ' - ANDERSON, GEORGE E ,, ^« lu ^ , JT.-S 1-3 b!k 39 Am En Pre Add JT -- Lo1 !4 Alhambra Park H6.B6 Less E ' 7 to M. A. Kuran' 'si25 13 BURMAN. CHESTER A. B. ROSE J.-ANDERSON, P A -- B e g 88 S3 "ft w ' o f i C o m eo " s of sw cor 6th C a l j f NW ror 7lh Summer St. Ih N 55 deai 5 ' 3 ' lh s 40 "' th w ll ° "· th N J0 "· W 65.13 ft, th S 31 deg 10 min W 625ll | h E 110 " to be 9 4 ' 68 fi to N In 7lh St, tli Ely 0723 ft 'to! BUSSMAN, LAWTON; DONALD GUTH- deemed or deeding is "poVlponVd'" probe 9 ' «fl.52 RIE~Lots 7 B, B Blk 11 High School ided by law ANDERSON, PETER S, RACHEL-Com Add -' "35 Dated: This 15th day of March, 1562 N 25 deg E 420 fl from NE cor o f j C A L L I S O N , JAMES V.-Com at NE cor LEROY A. STARKEY, ' ^irficld Duhne Sts. Ih N 25 deg EI o t Harris I Sis, lh E 62li ft, " Direclor of Finance and Ex-' 9 ?.".: E !'° "' s ' 5 dc 3 W 93 ft. Wii 2 ?.! 1 /^* 21 ''. Officio Tax Collector of the Cityl 1 1 0 " '° It lo beg.^ S2M3 State of Call. abbr t'erlisem ABBREVIATIONS iviiHlons tliroughout this used as follows: Add.--Additio Adj.--Adjoining AI.-Along Am.--Amended App.--Apportioned Ave.--Avenue Beg.--Beginning BG!.--Belween Bk.--Book or Bank Blk.-Block Brtdry,--Boundary Ccn.--Center Cor.--Corner Des.--Dcscriplion E.--East Ely.--Easterly En.-Enlg.--Enlarged or Enlargement Est.-Estalo Et. AL--And Others Hwy.--Highway Imps.--Improvements In.--Inches ln»--Interest Ints.--Intersects Ln.--Line M. or L.--More or Less Mer.--Meridian N.--Norlh Nly.-Northerly NE.--Norlheast Nely.--Northeasterly NW.--Northwest Nwly.--Norlhweslerly No.--Number Opp.--Opposite Par.--Parcels Parl.--Parallel PCS.--Pieces Pre.--Prairies Por.-Portion Pt.-Poinl Ptn.--Por I ion R.R.--Railroad Rd.--Road-Rod Rec,--Recorded Rsvd.-Reserved Rsvg.--Reserving RL--Right Run.--Running S.--South Sly.--Southerly SE.-Southeast Sely.--Southeasterly SW.--Soulhwest Swly.--Southwesterly Sec.--Section Sd.--Side or Said St.-Street or Stale Subd.--Subdivided Sub. Div.--Subdivision Sur.--Survey Th.--Thence Tr.--Tract Twp.--Township Und.~Undivided W.--Wesl Wly.--Westerly Wd.--Wide Yds.--Yards S--Dollars -And c --Degree '--Minute Ist-First "--Seconds 2nd--Second C!s.--Cents X--By NOTE 132.0R ANDERSON, VIRGIL L.--Beg 55 fl E of NE cor Everding R 51, th E 55 It, th N 120 It, th W 55 ft, th S 120 it lo beg sis 47 ANTOGNAZ7I. EVA, LIFE EST. FRANK D. EUGENE S. JT,--, REM -Lol 5 Blk 32 Eddy Tract. Less N VV S12.57 APE SON, ARTHUR W -- L o t 50 Mny Tracl J6B9B ARNOT, JAMES D, L. JANE JT.-- . . . . ATKINS, CHESTER E. KATHER1NE C.--Bet] 50 It E o) NE A Spring Sts, in Monroe's JO It, N 1U 11, W 30 t!, ben. Also R/W. )f Buhi Add, th E S IH II to CAMERON, ARTHUR E. 8- MARY L., HORN, OLIVER G. BERTHA t. JT.-Lot 2 Blk 2 Gates Add. Also 10' x 60' on W. S22.49 CAMPBELL, GLADE B. HAZELL JT.-Beci at SW cor Union St Pacllic th S 75 II, W 110 ft, N 75 ft, E 110 fl lo beg. S14.72 CAMPBELL. LOREN MARY E.--Lots Blk 3 En Sunny Heights . $10.85 CARLSON, HILMA L.--Beg at NW cor ol Wat$on F Sts, !h W 120 tt, N 40 ft, E 120 It, S 40 ft to beg. S18.91 CARR, FRANK H. EDW. H. 8. BESSIE P. GREEN1NGER--Lois 9, 10 S 20 if Lot 8 Blk 6 Sunny Heights S33.S6 CARROLL. MARY LEONA--Beg BO It N of NE cor of Wabash Summer Sts, Ih N 40 It,' E 1ID It 'o beg AUSE. ISAAC E. c/o MRS. I. RITCHIE Lot 5 Subd Lot 53 Huntoon Add S5 09 AVENELL, BRUCE K. t. CHARLIE M CARTER, JACK H. MARY A. JT.-JT.-Beg at NE cor Lot 1 Blk A Myrtk " " "" " "" """ Grove Traci, th S 6 B ' W 75.44 ft, lh S 22^ W 189 fl, Ih N 65° 07' W 93 41 II, th N 27' 52', E 180 ft to -beo SIB U AYALA, KATHRYN A. MARY 'j LAURILLIARD--Beg Sfi'i ft W of NW cor of Buhne I Sts, th N 90 fl, W 56'i ft. S 90 fl, E Sfii-i ft to beg S22 70 BACON, GAYLON R. ELSIE JT- Beg at pt of intsn of S In of NE'i Sec 34, 5N, 1W with W In of Williams St W 420.27 ft, N 75 ft, E 420.27 .ft, S 75 ft to beg. Beg 242.3 ft w of NW cor Lof 10 Blk 28 Russ Clilim Add, Ih S 172.7 f), lh W 57.7 ft, th N 1727 " · - · - » - » · bog , AISQ 2() i, . , ", lh E 57.7 It R / W . ,, BAKER, WILLIAM JT.--Lot 2 Lowell . LENORE BARKDULL, VIVIAN--Beg 60 ft W 'al SW cor 9!h 8, L Sts, ih W 60 (I, th 120 ft. th E 60 It, th N 120 (t BARNES, E A R L ' S CHERRY s JT- Beg at SW cor Lot 21, Whipple Tracl th E 15 fl, th N 120 tl, th W 75 ft, tti S 120 It. Hi E 60 ft lo beg 116 J5 BARNES, WILLIAM ROSE E' JT~-Lots 23. 29 30 Blk 17 Graybro'ok BARNETT,""HERBERT'"I "V ROSE' JT.-N i; of Lois 7 B Blk J Brelt ter Add S37 44 BARNETT, NOLAN R.' MAXINE JT"-Lot C Clark Tract S 3s'30 ' A R R E T 7 , DICK J. FLORENCE H JT.-Lot 3 Blk ill 2nd En Clarks $4967 BARSANTI, LOUIS WILMA N. JT.-- BARSOTTI, H. JOHN 1 ^ORAL*""TM JT.--Lot 3 Blk 6 Connlck'S Add. S32 Ofl Ac!" 1 "' MATILDA B--Lot 1 Fraser iARTOW, WILLIAM H "viVIAN ' I JT.-Beg at SE cor Murray 8. Albce il. Hi E 120 ft, th S 110 ft, th W 120 I, th N 110 It to beg. si7 38 BATEMAN. MARION L. 8/FLORENCE U JT.-Beg 55 fl S!y from WE ror Blk R, Brett Porlfir Add, th Sly 55 ft, th My 120 ft, th Nly 55 It, lh El v 120 II to beg, ' Deg 1003 ft N i 752 ft W of SE cor D' NWU of SEVi Sec 26 5N 1W, lh S 110 ft, th E 100 ft, Ih N 110 fl, th W 100 fl to beg. Deg al pi on N S subd. In fhru ccri SEli Sec 26 5N 1W 120 fl 5 of 5 In Huntoon St. Ext. E, Ih W 792 ft lo true pt of beg, fh S II, Ih E 100 fl, th N 28Vi fl, lh W 100 (I to beg. ____ ....... .... 152.38 CARTER, JOSEPH H. ANN A. JT.-It Lot 7 N 24 fl Lol B Blk Cooper Est. Add S3.04 CARTER, JOSEPH H. ANN A, JT.-Beg 251 II E of SW cor Central Add, th N 97.5 ft, th E 50 fl, th S 97.5 ft, th j beg J26.73 JOSEPH H. S, ANN A.-- t E of SW cor Central Add, h W 60 It, th N 97.5 II, th E 60 ft, h S 97.5 fl lo beg $71-33 CARTER, JOSEPH H. ANN A.-Lot 7 Blk 79 2nd En Clarks Add. 530.59 CARTER, JOSEPH H. 8, EDWARD L. NILSEN--Beg 120 fl N 8, 60 II W ol * "ster SI, th N 120 120 K, Ih E 60 __ $7.42 CAVE, HUGH W.--Beg at SW cor Del Norle H Sis, th S 54W ft, W 117W I, N 5 4 ' j It, E 112 1 /? ft to beg. .. S51.39 CHAMBERS, WILLIAM E. 8. SHIRLEY I. JT.--Loi 16, Mountain View Tract J30.J8 CHANDLER, CHARLES J.--E'A of SW'A SE'A Sec. 3 *N 1W. Less Munclpol Golt Course. Less portion to Lundblade S47.09 CHANDLER, CHARLES J.--Beg 105B.99 t S 8. 217.60 ft W ot SE cor Lot 84 nd Russ Claim Add, th Sly Wly along Wly In Golf Course Road to Inst. Nwly In ' Golf Course Road with E In Cily Eureka Golf Course, th S 16" 17' W S In of NEli Sec 3, Ih E to NW r of NE'4 of SEVi Sec 3, th N 100 th N 80" W 500 ft, th N 27" 25' W o pt 200 ft Sely of ccn Golf Course Rond, h Nely paral with said road to nt 170 Sly from 8. oaral la ccn In P. G. A E R/W, th Ely psral with said R/W 70 I!, th Nly lo S In R/W, th Nely il S In said R/W 200 ft, Ih Scly fo it 170 ft from cnn In said R/W, th beg. BATES, RETHA I Raymond Tract BATT, WILLIAM JT.-Lol 1?, Hunti S54.39 Lot 4 Blk 1 Duff S37.B7 . 8, YVONNE J Add $35.32 lounl following p ( l c hl"ECK, ALPHEUS J. S T A N ' o - B c o -' "i this lisl includes!' 1 ' ^ ""- Dii " " ~ - -- - S to NW cor Golf Course, th E 113.46 It, lh S 72" 47'i' E 243.01 It, th S 3" laVi' W 567.96 ft, th S 28° 10' E 753.67 ft, th S B5 n 06' 26" E 36B.J3 tt to W In Golf Course Road, th Sly 50 ft to beg, Less Starwood 8. Unit 2 S126 47 CHANDLER, CHARLES J. S. RUTH N. separate assessment m this list includes « SW cor Russ 0 Si th W 9S I. IK c LMANUl - tK ' -MAKL5S j. B. RUTH N. he amount of all tuxes, assessments 155 ft, th E 95 ft Ih N 55 ft JT.-Lots 11 Blk 12 Pacific Heights S6.99 penalties and costs in dollars and cents! Less W 5 fl sold' Rautiatnen Gum" ! C H A N D L E R ' C H A R L E S J - RUTH N due on real estate, improvements and^'dfle · ^7«l JT -~ NE 'k Dlk 1« Week's Add. $221.46 pcrson.il property and relates only I 0 i B ECK, JOHN S. a DORIS M j f _ ! CHANDLER, CHARLES J. 8. RUTH N.' he entry to which it is atlached f o r | s 4 ' " of LI he fiscal year 1961-62. £ n Clarks Add iBEED. CARL PARKING DISTRICT NO. 1 j L °f B, (31k 12, Gill Arid 53070 ALLIED PROPERTIES--Beg 60 ft N o f l f l E R R S ' W A R R E N E MARDELL- W cor 5lh f Sis. th w" 120 fl, lh N | Dt '9 63 " E of NW cor of Lol 4 Blk I 50 ft, th E 120 tt. th S 50 ft Io beg S40537I' 4 M V f t l « Tract, th w 63 ft, th S 78 tl ! ALLIED PROPERTIES-BOO at SE corj^ E " "· th N lo be 9. . . s;669 o O i k ! ! 2 n r t L o t 2 Fairwi1 V plrk - Starwood Unit *TM m · - · · ..... S103.30 DORIS N JT'._| CHANDLER, CHARLES J. f. RUTH N.-' 1 . V p »rk, Starwood Unit S9.I4 CHANDLER. CHARLES J. 8. RUTH N.- w a V pflrk - Starwood Unit SI0.62 CHANDLER. CHARLES J. A RUTH N._ Lot 5 F ' 1irWll V Park, Starwood Unit. S ' v porl - - · . . th E St, lh S 120 ft, th E 90 ft, in °ELTZ. DESMOND 0.8. G E R T R U D E ? ! i L c s s S ' v porl - Eold to B acheler S10.BS N 120 ft, Ih w 90 ft lo beg SE76 30 i JT.-Com JQ II S of SE cor 9th a F Sts i C H A N D L E R ' C H A R L E S J - RUTH N.- CALANCHtrJI, HENRY-- Imps At 7th i l h E no "· »' S 40 ft, lh w ilfl li' Lo ' " Fi1trwa V park - Slarwood Unit S11.28 E S.S ...... . S72.S * J0 .1 !0 beq. Also R W M8.VaL CH(AN ° L ".- C H A R LES J 4 RUTH N.- UR churchlike chapel -the largest and finest in Eureka -- provides a reverent, dignified setting for the funeral ceremony. Copper ffi " C H A T E l O F T H I F E R N S " J A Y S T R E E T A T M F T H t U R E K A Historical society will meet lo- nifiht (Tuesday) at 7:30 in the library of the Eureka junior high school. Mrs. Waller Light will tell incidents of the Light and Campbell families, both pioneer groups from this county. Mrs. Dcwcy Dolf will give a short sketch called "The History Lesson." Tickets Available -- Tickets for the Eureka Junior High school Choral concert to be given in SI. Bernard's high school auditorium Wednesday, April 11, at 8 p.m. will be available al the door. Mrs. Ella Schalansky is director of the concert which will present the many music groups of the school. ^ Qitnla Club -- The April business meeting of (Juoln Club of JKuri'ka will be held in the YWCA u-onlcr on Thursday, April IN, al « p.m. Eslfllp standing on the Records of Humboldt County in the name of WAYNE K. AKINS and MYRNA L as follows: Thai poriio son Iracl of Lot 1 of the Han- Book 7 at page 23 of map, in Ihe office of the County Recorder ol said County described as follows: Beginning al a point on the West line o! said lot, dislant Northerly thereon 210 tret from Southwest corner ol said lol and running thence East and parallel with the Soulh line from said lot, 126.00 fnet thence Norlh at right angles 270 feet, thence West and parallel wilh South line of saict lot I 133.46 feet to West line of said lol; thence along said ),v.t menlioned lines, South 6 degrees, no minulus, Eiiit 71.39 li'ft find South 1J9.0 Cert to point of beginning. And notice Is herehy given lh,it I will on Wednesday, the 2SIH dny ol April, P. M,. of «.ni(l Sheriff's Office, · eg 80 tt W of NW cor of Mh 8. Bj n i l - S 0 t j . VIOLt'T D.-Ben 70 fi b O t its, Ih W 40 II. N 11(1 It, E. JO It, S 110j s w ( - w Broadway Cnciiir Sts ill s ft to Deg. .. . SBO2 : ''° "· w m '-' fl. N 60 11, E 119' II FOREMAN. JR.. JIMM1E R. EULA B.. ln t)( '^- . . . sn 78 CAPSHAW~Befj at SW cor of 2nd A i BIRCHFIELD, J E R R Y A S. ERA A E Sis, th W 170 ft, th S HO fl. Hi E ; Lo ' 1 ' fi ' OIK / Sunny HetqUli S?o'/l · 120 ft. Ih N 110 ft lo beg. 5tlS.fi! ! BISCONER, RALPH R R, M A R Y '] HADLEY, E R V I N A. f. MARGUER1IE ! I T - -Bt'ti 1AO', It E nl N17 Lo! 15 f=,iirwiy Park, Slarwood Unit 19.57 C H A N D L E R , CHARLES J. RUTH N.-Lo! 16 Fairway Park, Starwood Unit $11.71 CHANDLER, C H A R L E S J. 8. RUTH N.- 17 Fairway Park, Starwood Unit . . 111.71 .NtUFR. CHARLES J. 8. RUTH N.-- r,iirwfty Pflrk, Starwood Unit $11.48 Str ots. Em Humnoldl, Slate of California, In sail County, sell to thr tuohest bidder n PUBLIC AUCTION lor lawful money, o Ihe United Slntos, .ill the righi. TiMn ·n, nnd Interest ol said delyndanl Wflyne K. AKini and Myrnfl L. Akin ind to the above described properly so much Iherrot «s may he nrtrs Siiry to raise sufficient money to -.nlisf 1 and Accruing cosls. Dnled rtl Eurekrt, Cfllilomi. '/Oth drty of Mrtrch. 1962 WILLIAM PF.HERSON, M. J T . - L o t 13 C. M inches off f; -,d t? - c Sl - "' E W , ft, th N 110 I! t h ' L o t 19 r ' 1|rwft V Pirk, Starwood Unit of Lol M Oik .t Eurckit 5 1 2 4 J 7 ' W ^'· tt, ih S 110 ft i n hro s ? S ? l l SI 1.48 HARTMAN, LEONARD L. K, V I V I A N i BISHOP, LORAN H A POSE 1 L(] ,,! CHANDLER, CHARLES J. S. RUTH N.-L. HARTMAN -- Lot ? [ilk 61 En- 1 - 1 ' 1 ' |l ^ N ? II I n t (,-, m k ·, P ' ntt( , r j/lol 24 Fairway Park, Starwood Unit - " ' · - ' HINCH, MEl.VIN R.-~ Com 4th f. P. Sis, Ih S 110 ft, no ft. w 60 ii 10 boo. 7, 1967. ~ - - - ,.,,.., -- Arid. N S? II til Lol 13 iicv t St c n r ! " p ""''f !· L.lwrnnco Add ' jv 30, CHANDLER. CHARLES J. RUTH N.- 60 fl, N r n L A I R - ROHt'RT H.- [.nl U m k ' ; . L o 1 ?S f: ' lirWl1 V p ' 1fk - Slarwood Unit S7A8 67 ItJfayhrook 1r,«t . i!7 0 7 ' $10.67 May] l i L ^KL : SLEE-Sf'IL-RING CO.--Und ' ml CHANDLER, CHARLES J. 8, RUTH N.-- '·i lii-i) .it NW cor Hlk 1, Connicks ArlH ' L f i 1 ? * f-.nrway Prtrk, Slarwood Uni!. th S 110 11, E 72 II Nil ltlfs - soll) - " rraj' L o t I7 Fairway P.irk, Sl.vwood Uni 110 ft, W 7? (t lo hi!t| . . SU309; 1 1 L A ^'-SLEE-f,PlL'RING CO ol Orcri-in \ Ll '''' Nwl ' i5 - 05 " lo Sinclair $).J2 Mf-LMEl, UEN c o KEY REAl T V : LC)I ·' ^ W 14 l| of Lot J [ilk 9 Etlcly · CHANDLt; R, C H A R L E S J. A RUTH N.-1. 7, 3, 4, IS, u Hlk 5 IHu- ir 'ld tUH?! Ll1 ' J(i '-' lirw '''y f'-irk, Starwood Unit. rek ORLANDI, I N V C S T M C N f COMPANY-- 111 S 70 U, W (If) It, N 70 II, L 60 II ULALOCK CONST. CO.-tots 12 13 'ft. H Hlk ;i, 2nd Ln. Craylirouk Tr.it'l SJV 1J\ CHANDLFR, CHARLES J. RUTH N.-- HLAIOCK CONST. C0.-U t - " - "" ' ^ UH P E R K I N S , C H A R L E S L. A II Irorn NE SE coi I, lh W U4 M, Ih S 4H tt, ANNIA-I". th N atl ft to u,-ii. , «j^ v · - - ' H L A L O C K CONST. C0.-0ei at NL V«. Lol 4ft llunlixin Add, th S M) ft, th tf ·M H. tli N M) II, if, L U4 tt l ,:Lot 2* F-,r,nMy Park, Starwood Unit ',", CHANDLER. C H A R L E S J,' A RUTH N.-' " -' "" I .lirw.iy P.irk, St.irwood Unit F Sts, Ih Nly llll II, Wly ?0 II, bly till Lol 4ft Ittmlonn Add, th S M) ft fh w ! C H A N D L r R - CHARLES J. R, RUTH N.-- tt, Lly 70 II to hcti. S4J.9A I.'* II, tli N M) II, tti L 134 tt lo' 10 ' Jl f ; 'Hrw,iy Park. Stfirwood Unit REDMOND, DOROTHY c 0 UUIINL 1 (). si'hl . S91.07 CO.-Beit .11 NE .or 8lh f. li SI, thjfU..ANC, V I C T O R D.-l.oH J f. 4 (Mk V i CIIANDI.CR, C H A R L E S J. A RU1H N.-N 170 II, lh I'. 100 It, th N '.'(I It, in ; H,irri'. SI. Add. iJOlCl! 1 0 ' l? '"''irw/iy P.irk, Starwood Unit t "H I'- I" N I-" 1 ft, th W 2-nl tl toliU-OMOUISI. KURT ». A RU1H M 1 *10.4I hc(l W.!?,1I JT -Bi.'i S 51 n,-(| ?D nun t 1 Ic. ft II CtMNDt f.K. C H f t R L t S J. A RUTH N.-~ ROSM, AMAIK1R J 4 'S, C.f ORIil. i\.|frfiin St u^i Myi llr f. Wi".t Ave th ' °' -^ ' llirw :iy P.ifK. S1,i,-wood Unit sw -i-' · .. this ROSSI. AV.AOOR J - L o t 1 Hit, 6.1 d i - i A (I 1S0.64..H A A MADtl.l. NA| A w ; CHANDLER, ' \Vlir, p il is lii\(iwn lo li.'ivc liron ·iiltiM'Ji'il o;ii']y in the Stone*A};o. , , C H A R L E S NIC HOI Civil Deputy Si nin W 4fl.7; Mi i.lO M [ (IARHAIVA [1 ! , RU1H N.- ^rv^rxxl Unit 1U7' l A N O L T R , C H A R L T S J A RUTH N

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