Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 11, 1962 · Page 28
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 28

Eureka, California
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Wednesday, April 11, 1962
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HUMBOLDT STANDARDWed,. April II, 1962, Paga 28 ...taste the of historic OLD CROW bourbon TODAY-LIGHTER, MILDER 88 PROOF Brown Slays In Capital To Push Budge! SACRAMENTO (UPI) - Gov Edmund G. Brown returned I Sacramento today lo continue h battle to push his S2.9 billio budget through the slate Assem He had originally been schet uled lo go to Southern Californi today, but postponed the trip til Thursday night in order to ^' GEN. BASIL DUKE in New York it Civil Vit'i end. He ailed Old Crow "ihc c fimous CTCT made in Kentucky." The greatness of Old Crow is a greatness of quality...of smoothness, of magnificent maturity. That is why for 127 years, many great men have praised it. Today, more people buy Old Crow than any other. Why?...Try it. Preferred by more Americans to any other '41 The Greatest Name in Bourbon 'I '/2P* = _ til Oil MOW DISTIUEtr CO., FUHKFOIT. Jr. UNTUCIT SIU1CIIIBOURtOI VHISKT- 86 FIOOF olit turn here. In a Fresno speech Tuesda night, the chief executive bla: Republican opposition to his fi cal policies and charged that GO leaders were holding the budge lor "political ransom." He said that a handful of "R publican extremists" were bloc! ing passage of the spending plai "No sooner had I left Sacn mento that this same group whic blocked the budget the firsl tim seized control of the Republic caucus again and announced was holding the budget for p cal ransom. Their ultimatum: u 520 million no mailer who it hur or lose the budget." "And once again they ma( their so-called economies with meat-axe and a press release." Brown explained that the Dem ocrats needed 10 Republican vol to pass Die budget through 11 slate Assembly, but he said th "the minority leaders have ma euvered a straight parly-line vo against this budget." "The people of California," 1 said, "must bear this in mil about the budget fight: That small band of die-hard, do not ing party leaders has the pow to block the budget forever." Brown called it the first tin in history that leaders of eitli parly had maneuvered such vote against a budgel. "It is the first time that eithi ised the money we need f( ichools, for highways, for all ol or essential stale services," h said, "as a political blackjack. Au estimated 65,100 new sing family dwellings are expected be built in Northern Californi this year. Fresh, Local Small Grade A Folger's COFFEE 4'- 89' 2 09 S W 303 GREEN BEANS FRUIT COCKTAIL GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS 4 for 89 Food is Our Business-Food For Thought Is Everybody's Business Are you awars that a free and independent citizenry ii · threat to the job security and empire building instincts of many people in OUT country loday? It's true. From bureaucrati and politicians to social workers and labor officials. Through what is sometimes a misguided sense of values they want you to trade your real and inherent right to be free for an elusive and never ending quest for security. They would have you believe that the smothering, ever present sense of security is more important than liberty and the right of self-determination. (Security may be synonomous with the womb or the tomb but certainly it is freedom which it synonomous with life.) Whatever we buy «t the price of even a little of our freedom has been too dearly bought. J. O. Thure Carnation CHOPPED CLAMS 8 ,, Nalley's CHILI 4 - $ ] oo 3^00 00 WHOLE FRYERS 29: Grand Norway SARDINES Miracle Rinse Com.) R.g. A tt)T Cleanser 2 for 27 AEROWAX Q , 65 POTATO SOUP 3 '" 29 Armour Star 3 01, ·· t*V Aft MEAT PIES 5" r$ 1 00 Swinien'i f* d^ TV DINNERS 3¥ Fl.y.R-F.t U 01. STRAWBERRIES 37 Booth's 16 01. SOLE Outdoor Eating Time SPECIALS PAPER PLATES 20 . 7 01. INSULATED CUPS Indian Brand B A m g f\. Charcoal 10 b 79 C Libby', IV, £ · fjf) Pork Beans 5'° l uu P»»l 15', ,,. · f* T ^/fL.. PorkBns.lQ'99 c iibby', No. 1 *» B rtfl Pitted Olives 3'"I 00 Skinl", '2 o,. A · QQ FRANKS 3 pl9 I UU MARGARINE Chubby Till DOG FOOD 6 4 33 Radishes Green Onions 4 b ;.';'19c LETTUCE 2 he . dl(or 29c TOMATOES 2 «,, 29c WATERMELON 9e, b HOME FOODS SPECIALS EFFECTIVE THURS., FRI., SAT. l l t h and M Sts. EUREKA HI 3-1941 DAILY: 9 a.m. lo 7 p.m. SUNDAY: 9 a.m. lo t p.m. NO LIMITS EXCEPT SUPPLY Planning Includes Studies On AW Types Available Industries (Editor's note--Here is another ·tide in a series on the division [ resopnsibilities between the ity and the consulting firm in le preparation of Eureka's plan- ing programs). Industrial forecasts by the ,ivingston and Blayney consult- ng firm will form an important art of its General Plan pre- aration for Eureka. In the report o the City Council on this part f the contract, the planning onsultants lake the responsibil- ty for the following work: "Forecasts expansion (or con- raction) .of each specific Indus- ry type in Northeastern Cali- ornia and Humholdt Bay area n terms of production volumes md employment. "Forecast second day effects if expansion in major industries m other industries closely linked o them. 'Prepare projections of indus- rial and distribution employment Board Reports WASHINGTON (UPI)- A Tatt- lartley board of inquiry set up y President Kennedy lo investigate the West Coast shipping Irike reported lo the White House oday. The President will use the retort in deciding whether or nol 0 seek a court injunction lo halt he strike for 80 days under the Taft-Harlley Act. Acting Press Secretary Andrew T. Hatcher said the three-mem- ier board, which Kennedy ap- J' Minted Saturday, had met its leadline and reported today. He said its findings were "in he process of being reviewed by he President and members of his itaff." Hatcher said there was "a good lossibility" of further White louse action today, although he ;aid this was nol definite. The West Coasl maritime strike vas among points discussed by Cennedy and Labor Secretary Ar- liur J. Goldberg at a White House meeting this morning. The board of inquiry was as- igned lo sludy matters involved n the dispute of seamen with r est Coast operators of some 120 essels, half of which are idle, tier medialion efforts failed. Under the Taft-Harlley Law, Cennedy can now have the Jus- ce Deparlmenl request a Fcder- 1 Court injunction to provide an 0-day cooling off period during ·hich the ships would resume Deration. A food emergency has been de- lared in Hawaii because of the trike, now in its fourth week. in Humboldt Bay Area that will ·K generated by growth of northwestern California. "Study prospects for an impacts on industry of new power sources; study p r o s p e c t i v e changes in labor costs; study potential availability of various occupational skills; "Study prospective changes in markets to forest products and olhcr locally available natural resources resulting from changes in industrial processes, development of competing commodities, development of new products from indigenous resources, and expansion of resources-using industries elsewhere. "Appraise competitive loca- tional advantages of northwest- irn California and Humboldt Bay Area compared with other areas for each specific industry type. "Prepare projeclions of employment in population-orienled industries and distribution enterprises in Humboldt Bay Area thai will be generated by local population growth. Prepare projections of employment in Hum- ijoldt Bay Area by major occupational group. Prepare projections of demand for land area by major industry types and distribution enterprises." Economic development is divided into the commercial market and tourist business, and the former category comes en- OAS Leader On Trial PARIS (UPD-Ex-Gen. Edmonc louhaud, a leader of the Secret Army Organization (OAS) in its fight against Algerian independence, went on trial for his life today on charges of treason. Jouhaud, dressed in a blue civilian suit, walked stiffly into the courtroom, bowed slightly to his judges and shook hands with his three defense attorneys. Then, in reply to the court president's demand to give his name, Jouhaud refused. He said only: "I am a former officer." Jouhaud said he was "residini at the present time" in Paris, a rather wry reference to his cell in Sante Prison where he is being neld on charges of crimes against the state. The court is the special high military tribunal which President Charles de Gaulle set up last year to try the leaders of the April 1961 Algiers revolt. Under French penal law Jou- tiaud, who was second in command to former Gen. Raoul Salan in the outlawed OAS, could be sentenced to death for his part in the Algiers revolt. He was captured last month. lirely under the contractor, including: 'Establish trade areas, prepare ropulation projections by trade area sectors, identify income .evels in trade area by sectors; estimate per capita local ex penditures; study current com mercial space occupancy, retai sales volumes and other indices of business activity. Determine retail sales volume potentia and office, personal service, anc other non-retail commercial po tential for central district and present and future outlying busi ness centers. Project demand for floor space, parking facilities and land area in central distric and present and future outlying business centers." For tourist business, the city will "compile pertinent data on present hotel and motel facili ties and occupancy, and touris and convention business; compile data on beaches, parks, hunting and fishing facilities, and othe outdoor recreation attractions and on outdoor recreation attrac lions of portions of Northern Call fornia and Southern Oregon tri butary to Humboldt Bay Area.' It will be up to the contractoi to analyze the data to determine the tourist and convention busi ness potential, and to project the demand for various types of lour ist and convention facilities am land area required for each. Nixon Calls For Warne Ouster As Water Director MODESTO (UPI) -Richard M Nixon has called upon his guber nalorial foe, Edmund G. Brown to fire state Water Resources D rector William E. Warne. Nixon Tuesday night called o Brown to remove Warne in orde to "filter politics out of the wa ter program." The 1960 GOP presidential can didale spoke before some 1,60 persons at the Elks Club here an told them thai he believed lha "The California water program is too importanl lo have a polilica iavor. Yel that is what is happen ing today." Nixon charged Warne is "built ing a political empire instead o building a water program, and i using his offices for political pur poses." Brown has called Warne one o his most able administrators am Nixon said that "if that were tru it would be the most derogatory thing ever said about the caliber of state administrators." ig ,fia' BEARS DRUBBED SAN JOSE (UPI) - San Jos State dumped California, 6-1, in baseball Tuesday. U.S.D.A. Choice or Good Beef RIB STEAK , 79' GROUND BEEF 3-I 09 "Our Every Day Price!" Farm Fresh FRYERS .ib. 39' Special Cuts Our SPECIALTY! Center Cut Farm Fresh Loin End PORK CHOPS LB 79c PORK ROAST.... L , 45c Hills Bros 4 n fin COFFEE 2 I b I 09 Home Garden 4fe t ·· SHORTENING 3 " 65 C Challenge Grade AA BUTTER .Ib. LETTUCE Uro , 2 hHI)l 29c FRUIT PIES °" n ?:°°" 39c TOMATOES 2ib. 29c Flav.B.R.c Frnzon . 6-cn. Can Orange Juice 5 f° 89c Deluxe U.S. No. 1 Rtmett POTATOES 10 £ 43c A GOOD PLACE TO SHOP STOP f N SHOP "Where Everyday Prices Are LOW Prices" 39 WABASH AVE. HI 2-0221 Ex-Madam Sally Stanford Takes Political Beating has se both pelle of a By United Press International Ex-madam Sally Stanford 'ailed in her bid to win a place on the Sausalito City Council. Sally, running under her legal name of Marsha Owen, finished a badly beaten third among eight candidates running for two seats, Jan Dyke and Paul Micou, ' San Francisco businessmen, col- ected 1,052 and 992 votes respectively, while Mrs. Owen received 662. A record off-year turnout 69 per cent cast ballots. Voters in 04 Bay Area communities went to the polls Tuesday. The biggest city to hold .elections was San Jose, but the election there accomplished little. No candidate for city council received a majority of support, so the six leaders will hold a rum " next month. City Manager Anthony Haniann was retained by almost a 2-lo-l margin. Mountain View voters supported eight measures involving more than 58 million in bond issues. Milpitas elected the first Negro city councilman in its history Tuesday when Ben F. Gross, 39 ran third in a field of seven candidates vying for three spots. Gross, a United Auto Workers employe, is believed to be first of his race ever chosen in Santa Clara County. He edged in cumbent Alfred Carlo by eigbl votes. Negroes make up about 5 per cent of the population of the city. A recall movement failed to unseat two board directors of the Valley Community Services Dis- rict, which includes Alameda and Contra Costa counties. Although James D. Glenn and ^awrence A. Wilson retained their seats, incumbent Foster R. Chap- iclle lost his bid for re-election when he received only 74 voles. Former Mayor Jack Ryersen ed a field of eight candidates in a close race for the Santa Rosa Cily Council. Dr. Robert Tullle and Charles Lemenager won the Iwo other spots on the council. A $1.36 million sewer expansion bond issue failed Tuesday in Hanford to receive the necessary two- thirds majority vote in the top issue highlighting San Joaquin Valy municipal elections. Balloting on the bonds was 1,553 to 1,028. In the nine candidate race for three Hanford City Council seats, the victors were Dr. Goldon Duffy, Ray Noland and John Carrillo, all new members. Turlock residents voted for the first time for mayor, selecting veteran City Councilman Enoch Christoffersen who had held the post by council appointment several times. New councilmen elected were H. Emory Bonanber and Tony Betlencourt. Ceres voters returned incumbents Gene Robirds and Guy Warton to the City Council. loff ley the eral Permits Granted For Two Homes Building permits for an $18,000 jj, and a $14.000 dwelling were granted today by City Building Inspector Roy Smart. The per mils included: Travis B. Smith, dwelling with attached garage, 3405 Pine, $14, 000. Cecil Hiscox, 1714 Eighteenth dwelling, attached garage, ?18,000 Vision Center, reroof, $1,000 616 H st. McMurray Sons, con Iractors. John J. Lecn, 3021 Fairfield, con vert garage to rumpus room $1,000, day work. John E. Webb, 3125 Q, instal kilchen cabinet, $700, day work. City of Eureka, repair roof 0! auditorium in part, 1120. E st. McMurray Sons, $509. j . George Syvertson, 2326 A, repair foundation, day work. Circiifaftcsn Sets Library Record City library circulation foi March tolaled 22,452 volumes, the highest on record, librarian Helen B. Murie announced loday in her monthly report. This compares lo 18,522 books circulated during March of last year. Today's National Library Week announcement shows 168 new borrowers cards issued during the month and 135 new titles added to the book collection. Juvenile fiction held the top interest, 6,524 volumes in this cat egory being issued, compared to 5.813 adult fiction and 5,452 adult non-fiction. SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-- Bank: Bank of America 55%-; Security First TStt-TTV. Wells Fargo 69%- Unitcd California 58 -62H Crocker-Anglo 52Vj- DEATHS AND FUNERALS I EcKINNON, ANNIE J. -- April 11, 1962, Trinity Hospital, Arcata. Mother of Harold R. Me- Kinnon of San Francisco. Member of St. Mary's Church, Arcata. A native of California, age 92. Services will be held at Paul's Funeral Chapel at 9:30 a. m., April 13 with Father William Serado, Celebrant. Requiem Mass at St. Mary's Catholic Church, 10 a. m. Interment at St. Mary's Cemetery. Recitation of rosary at Paul's Chapel at 8 p. m., April 12. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Mary's school, Arcata. LEGAL NOTICE Oty of Eureka NOTICE INVITING BID Bl.d No. 41M9' Item: Plant; sr.j Shrubs Notice ts hereby given that Ihe Purchasing Division of the City of Eureka, will UD to the hour o! 10:00 A. M. [Daylight Saving Time, If applicable): Tuesday, Aorll 17, 1962 receive sealed bids for Plants and Shrubs therein In iccordancc with specification so entitled. All bids must be accompanied by a bidders bond which shall be fn the form of a certified or cashiers check or a cash deposit, made payable to the City Eureka In the amount cf (none) and conditioned to be forfeited to said City In the event that the bidder, If awarded the bid, does not enter Into a written agreement within ten {10} days, or refuses to accept award, after notice of award. The City of Eureka reserves (he right i reject any and all bids, lo accept all or part, and to waive any Informality in any bid received and to be the sole Judge of the respective merits of the ispective bids received. The award. If lade, wilt be on the basis of the lowest and best bid received. Bids shall be submitted on the forms supplied by the Purchasing Divisions In the Finance Department. Specification id bid forms may be picked up in the City Finance Office from 8:00 A. M. ' i 5:00 P. M. Monday through Friday. All bids must be In writing and must be sealed and clearly marked on the outside: Bid on Plants and Shrubs. Bid No. 612-194. Opening Tuesday, April 17, 1962. Blds shall be mailed or delivered so as to be received by the Purchasing Division In the Finance Department of said City: City Hall:: 531 "K" Street, Eureka, California. Mailing Address: P. 0. Box 1013, Eureka, California on or before 10:00 A. M. (Daylight Saving Time, if applicable). Immediately thereafter all bids or proposals received will be publicly opened, ex- Tilned and read aloud. For purposes of convenience the bids HI be opened in the Council Chambers of the City Hall. All Interested parties are Invited to ittend. 4/11 tS) legislation For June 5 Primary Ends Thursday If you voted at t!ie I960 Presidential election and have not moved or changed your name, you are qualified to vote at this election. If not, register by Thursday night: 1.--At your nearest schoolhouse in Arcata, Eureka or Me- Kinleyville school districts, 24 each afternoon or 7-9 each evening. 2.--At your nearest schoolhouse in all other school districts, 7-9 each evening. 3.--With any other deputy whose name and address has heen published. S O R R Y ! In Gino's Auto Parts ad of Tuesday's Standard ... the price on Foam Rubber Pillows -- should have read , 2 for 2" Instead of 2 for 99c

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