Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 12, 1962 · Page 3
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Eureka, California
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Thursday, April 12, 1962
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Forest Resources Meet (Continued from Page 1) of forest highways led by Larry T. Marshall, vice president ol the Eureka Chamber and Logging manager for U. S. Plywood Corporation; Included in' this section will be "Role of Forest Highways," by Howard Blagan, American Forest Products; and "The State Looks at Forest Highways," by Senator Randolph Collier. _. Access Roads Interest will turn toward lim ber access roads at 3:45, during a panel discussion by Robert H. Barrett, timber and land man ager for Twin Harbors Lumber Company; Dale Prentice, manager, Southern Oregon Conservation and Tree Farm Association; L. L. Stewart, president and general manager, Bohemia Lumber Company, Culp Creek, Oregon; Marshall Leeper, vice presidenl of U. S. Plywood; Sam Arness, president and general manager of Humboldt Fir Inc., and Hoopa Veneer Company; and'Raymond H. Berry, general manager, Scott Lumber Company, Burney. Subjects to be covered include standards and specifications, projection of timber access roads, engineering, rights of way, and financing. Saturday's program will get ofl to a start at 9:30, with e. panel on "Timber Sales." headed by Gene Kincaid, land and timber m a n ager, Fairhurst Lumber Company. Panel Members The panel discussing industries' problems with timber sales includes Warren Carlton, logging and timber manager, Wenton Lumber Company; Robert Monson. General manager and partner, MSrM Lumber Company; Al Rueger, timber manager for F. M. Crawford Lumber Company, Ukiah; Gerhart Beiidix, Hi-Ridge Lumber Company, Forest Grove, Oregon; Michael Hennessey, secretary, Siskiyou Lumber Manu- facturers Inc.; . Ray Berridge, logging and lands manager, Diamond National Corporation, Red Bluff; Carl S. WsJker, presidenl and general manager, Walker Lumber Company, Mad River. Summing up the discussion with a theme of "The Job To Be Done," will be George Craig, secretary manager, W e stern Lumber Manufacturers Inc. Following will be a talk on 'Small Business Administration Financing," b y Dr. Stanley Crook, economic adviser, Small Business Administration, Washington, D. C. Capping tlie morning agenda will be "Redevelopment Organizations in Development of Public Resources," by Earl Maize, chairman of the Mendocino Coun- y Redevelopment Board. Luncheon in the Colonnade Room at the Inn will feature a welcome .by E. M. Pettersen, chairman of the Board of Supervisors, and invocation by the lev. John Thompson. Reception Panel The afternoon will be taken up with a discussion of recreation )roblems on public lands, moderated by Norman B. Livermore, reasurer of The Pacific Lumber Company. Included on the panel arc David E. Pesonen, conservation editor of the Sierra Club; H. R. lascock, forest counsel of the Western Forestry and Conserva- ion Association; Carney Campion, manager of the Redwood Empire Association; Charles Connaughton, regional forester, U. S. Forest Service; Walter T. Shannon, director of the State Department of Fish and Genie; Cecil Phipps, president of the California Wildlife Federation; and Dr. Everett Watkins, president of the Sportsmen Councils of Northern California. IN ARCATA it's COSBY'S TV SERVICE FOR THE FINEST IN GUARANTEED SERVICE Antennas · Tubm · Batteries THIS AD WORTH ON REPAIR CALLS Offer good until June 15, 1962. 50 KIEM TV 3 THURSDAY, APRIL 1!, 19S1 5:00--Sketch Pad. 3:3t-Roy Rogeri. 6:00--Newi. 4:10-Weather. (:1J-- Douglas Edwards Newi. 6:30--Celebrity Golf. 7:00--King Of Diamonds 7:30--Oh Those Belts. " 8:00--Frontier Circus. ?:00--Tell It To Groucho. 9:30--Zane Grey Theatre. 10:00--Sing Along With Mitch (Color). 11:00--News and Weather. FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1H3 2:20--Mlntey's . Redwood Nursery. 3-74_Search For Tomorrow. 3:40--Guiding Light. 2:55--CBS News. 3:00--Brighter Pay 3:15--Secret Storm 3:30--Edge ol Night 4:00--Commander Astronaut. 5:30-- Huckleberry Hound. 4:00--News. 6:10--Weather. 6:15--Douglas Edwards News. KIEM i«. « K-RED FRIDAY: Local New! !:4S, 12:Mp, 5:DOP Mutual News on hair hour. OFFICIAL REPORTS: Weather 4:50, 7-31, 12:20p, 4:1JP. ?:S*P' 10:3fip. FAA Flying Weather 7:30, 7:lip. Stock Market 7:SS, S:l»p. state Employment !:S4, l:Sp. Eureka Police £-54 Arcata High School 10:54. Farm Advisor 12:30p. Highway palrol Adjournment 4:30, followed at scheduled at 5 o'clock by s social mixer in the Westchesler Room sponsored by the Eureka Chamber. The program drawn by the Board of Trade and Chamber includes a listing of where to eat, ihurch services for Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday. In Mineral Quest Rockhounds Rove Over Wide A hunt for feldspar at Pelican Beach, near Brookings, Ore., was taken by several members ol Humboldt Gem and Mineral Society on March 31. Attending the weekend event were Mr. and Mrs. Horace Green, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Suiker, Mickey West, Mrs. Raymond Walker Mrs. Allan Pettingill, Hanna Doo little, Henry Doolittle, Jack Doo little. Peter Gutheridge, all of Eu reka; Mrs. Orville Grant, Gold Beach, Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Glines, Amelia Alward, Mr and Mrs. J. M. McCall, Jack Me- Call, Jr., all of Fortuna; W, H. Lamb,- Mrs. Anderson, both of Arcata; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mason, of Trinidad; Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Swanston, of Freshwater. Mason and Swanston led the fielc trip. A field trip to Covclo in search of jade and fossils is now being planned by the group for April 21. Several members of the organization took trips to the desert area in tlie vicinity of Crystal Hill, Ariz., hunting crystal specimens. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Simon Van Pelt, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Pettingill, Olive Davis, Hubert Dooley, Mrs. Eileen Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Laing, all of Eureka; Albert Porter, Pepperwood; Mr. and Mrs. Mason of Trinidad: Mr. and Mrs. Swanston; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Russell o f j Illinois; Mrs. Edith Crump of; Chula Vista, Mrs. Lois Peterson of Blyth and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hutchinson, Amboy. Ann Landers ANSWERS YOUR PROBLEMS Dear Ann Landers; Our Christmas tree is still standing in tlie sun parlor. My husband is one of those "I'll do it next week" types. Usually I get tired of waiting for him to get around to things, and I wind up doing it for him. 1 decided THIS time to out wait him. . . Ever since January 15th he's been promising to take the tree down "next weekend. 1 ' Whenever I mention it he has an excuse. His back aches. He has to go to his mother's house. He has to go bowling. He promised to take the kids to the playground. You can imagine what the tree looks like. 'Most of the needles are off and it's a disgrace. I'm ashamed to have people in the house. They make some very odd remarks. Of course, no one can figure it out. · · · I've held out so long I'd hate to give in now and take the tree down for him. Any suggestions would be welcome.--IRON WOMAN. Dear Iron Woman: I DO have a suggestion. Take the tree down yourself. That moth-eaten symbol of your husband's procrastination is also a monument to your own stubbornness. Win on something else. Dear Ann Landers: I've learned a lot from your column and now I hope you'll print this letter so someone else can learn from my sad experience. 1 went with a divorced man for seven years. Every time 1 brought up the subject of marriage his ex-wife was -injected into the act. She needed an operation--one of the children was doing poorly in school and had to have special tutoring. The house had to be repaired. Something connected with his first family invariably seemed to pop up and use every bit of his spare cash. My sweetheart was forever on the long distance phone willr his ex-wife about one thing or another. Finally in sheer desperation I said to him. "Why don't you go back to herV" His reply knocked me- off my pins. He said "I think I will." And he did. They were married last week. I'll wager that 90% of the ex-wives who have not remarried would like to have their men back. It look me seven years to wake up and smell the coffee, as you say. Now 1 wouldn't touch a divorced man with a 10-foot pole.--SADDER BUT WISER. Dear Wiser: My mail tells me your guess is a good one. And this is one reason I urge people who eye divorce courts as the Cure-All to simmer down and take a good look at the big picture. To paraphrase Shakespeare's lines. "It's better to stick to the troubles you are acquainted with and learn how to handle them than to fly off into a world of troubles you know nothing about." * . . . ' Dear Ann Landers: Now that the weather is getting lovely again I know I'll be faced with tlie same old problem--the next door neighbor. She's pleasant and we get along well but our back, doors are very close together and she is over here a lot. We have a telephone in the kitchen "which has a long cord. Often when I'm in the back I put the phone on tlie table in the yard. When the phone, rings she makes a run for it, even if I am closer. Sometimes she chats with my friends and this irritates me. I hate to tell her not to answer my phone because I know she does it to be helpful. What is a tactful approach--or am I being picayunish?--EDGY Dear Edgy: It's poor manners to' answer someone else's phone unless you are asked to do so. Simply tell her that you see no reason for her to be bothered with your calls- and from now on you'll answer. · £ . * it Arc you templed to smoke because the crowd does? If so, send for ANN LANDERS' booklet, "Teenage Smoking," enclosing with your request lOc in coin and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope. Bright Prospect Cited As Cancer Drive Launched Sounding a hopeful note for the cause of cancer control, volunteers of the American Cancer society launched their month-long Cancer Crusade this week. "There's a feeling of success in the air," said crusade .chairman Herman .Bistrin. "Not only do we expect to reach our $20,000 goal, but meaningful tilings are being done with the money we raise. It's going to be only a mailer of lime until the answer to the cancer problem is found," declared Bislrin. "This year's fund raising and educational Cancer Crusade will help to support the most comprehensive program ever undertaken against any disease," said Bislrin. Slogan for the drive is "To Cure More, Give More." It dramatizes the fact that 1,100.000 living Amer icans have been cured of cancer, largely as a result of advances in research. Bistin pointed out thai' since 1946, the American Cancer society :ias invested nearly $100,000,000 in cancer research. Grants totaling ^oS are in effect this year, and approximately 10 per cent of .his amount is for projects being carried out in California. This week hundreds of volun- .eers in Humboldt counly will call or your help in supporting the effort to cure cancer. House-to- house solicitations will be conducted in all areas of the county during this week, April 9-14. toboldl Staff Art On Display At AUHS Library ARCATA -- Oil paintings by instructors at Humboldt State College are being exhibited in tlie Arcata High school library. The paintings are on display at the request of the school's Art Department and will remain in the library for another two-week period. Miss Pearl Degenhart. chairman of the department, said the purpose of holding the exhibit is to give all students an opportunity lo sec original paintings and to study new trends in art. "It is hoped that by having the pictures on view for a considerable length of time that each stu dent will form his own opinion,' said Miss Degenhart. Brother Juniper Stolen Mercury Found Over Bank In Del Norle IWMBOLD'r STANDARD Thursday, April 12, 1962, P. 3 CHESCENT CITY - A Mercury which 'authorities been looking for since it was stolen in Eureka Wednesday night was found last night over a 25-foot bank on Siskiyuu Fork Road, about 25 miles northeast of here. Tlie car is owned by SAN FRANCISCO l U P I l -- Bank: Bank of America 55%-StM Security First 72^-70% Wells 'Fargo United California Crocker-Anglo 57%-ISls', 52'/4-55 : !« i , , ,, , ... . . I The schooner Hannah, built at j B(!Vorlyi j^ wils the first ves- | sc | to fjy (| le Continental flag in Albert {the American Revolution. "If you're not here to fire me, please get out of my kitchen!" Questionnaires Sent Out ; ' ' V On Foreign Trade Plans NEW YORK (UPI) -- Whilei corporation executives and to ex- | Sparks of 21.15 First Streel, E u - i reka. and was .stolen about i n ! o'clock Wednesday night, presumably by the same thieves who took a tow truck from the nearby Lynum Repair Service. Del Norte sheriff's deputies who recovered the ear after it was reported by a passing motorist said there was no sign of a driver around the sedan. learings on the Foreign Trade Bill have been in progress be- 'ore the House Ways and Means Committee, there has been lively American Cancer society in its speculation in economic circles on how business and labor as a whole feel about proposals which effect will launch the nation on a new approach to international commerce. Ultimately, the votes of Con- r the fall elections may give the answers, but efforts to determine 'how the country feels" have gone on since before the public estimony before the House committee began. Gives Broad Powers The bill would bestow presidential power to cut tariffs, to reduce ecutives of all national and international labor unions. The corporations listed in Fortune Magazines 500. Questions And Answers Some of the questions asked, and the percentage of answers included: --Do you favor or oppose the gressmen and possibly the results Trade Expansion Act provision to permit gradual reduction of tariffs between this country and any other by 50 per cent: business executives favoring, 67 per cent, opposing 25 per .cent,,undecided eight, labor leaders favoring, 71 per cent, opposing 29 per cent. --Does the new act go about or eliminate tariffs on goods with far enough toward freer trade, which the United Slates and the European Common Market countries have dominant role in world trade; at home, to protect some industries by temporary tariffs, or to impose such tariffs in the name of national security; to give assistance to workers thrown out of employment by dislocations caused by workings of the act. In one of those efforts to determine how the public feels on what all agree is a major national issue, Elmo Roper and associates sent a mail questionnaire, on the provisions of the act, to a group of too far, or not far enough; business executives 56 per cent aboul far enough. 2G per cent too far eight per cent not far enough, 10 per cent undecided; labor leaden 39 per cent about far enough, 25 per cent too far, 14 per cent not far enough and 22 per cent undecided. HI 2-5617 MINIATURE BOWtING Alll with automatic scoring across from the new Sefewi on Harrii DIAMOND EXPERTS · FREE CLEANING · REPAIR ESTIMATES · DIAMOND REMOUNTING Lei ui Inspect ind clean your diamond] foi you today, free) Sea how inexpensively you »n have (hat old lei tranformed Into · liviih new diamond eniembla. JEWELRY CO. Call HI 3-6349 534 FIFTH SI EUREKA STAFFORD INN Now Open COME ON OUT PEPPERWOOD 2471 summer Campaign Office SAN FRANCISCO. (UPI) -U. Senator Thomas H. Kuchel opene his Northern California re-electio headquarters here: Wednesda with a plea for "progressive R publicanism" to convince vole the GOP is "the party of the pe pie." Kuchel, minority whip of U. S. Senate, said he had pledge himself to a bi-partisan approai to foreign policy, and to suppo President Kennedy in matters a feeling the national security. ....... · ..... CARPET OF THE MONTH DYNASTY Wards Best 100% 501 Nylon Pile 73 Yd. . B B sq. y- Includes installation i pad 11 B B \MONJGOMERYWARL 4th HI 3-3033 F Sts. Eureka riionns! ·^""~ K V I Q - ' T V ^--"" eureka TONIGHT S:00-Ranger Mark; S:JO--Mr. MCGOO. »:00-Tne News Oy « Wit h Jack Morlimer. (:15-Hunllty-Brinkley Journal. (:30--Guestward Ho. 7:00--The Hathaways. 7-M-- Onle and Harriet. 1-00--The Donna Reed Show 1:30--Real McCoys. »:M-MV Thrc« Sons. t:10-rVUrgia. ir:W-The Untouchables. 1I:«-ABC F'Ml Report. IMS-News Final. lliXK-TinlgM drr Colorl. 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