Question Man... By Phil Dean How can a person stop the hiccups? John Deilz Rt. 3 Box 612, Samoa Plywood Employee "I would say drink lots have someone scare Mrs. James Eklund 2521 Acheson Way, Arcata Housewife "The one I heard thai was the best is to breathe into a paper bag until they're gone." Dixie Erhard Korbel Housewife, "There are many ways, but I think they are all superstitions. I don't believe in them." Arca!a Election Canvass SSaSed ARCATA -- With the $960,000 water revenue bond .election passed by a four-to-one vote, anc Councilmen George Cooper anc Dalee Dolson elected to four-year terms on the eity council as a result of Tuesday's municipal election, councilrncn will lake up their adjourned meeting Tuesday night. Returns of the election will be canvassed at B p.m. in council chambers at city hall. The two elected councilmen will be installed to their scats on the five-man governing board, A mayor will be elected to a two-year term. At their regular session next Thursday, city fathers will pass a resolution approving plans 1 and Thode's career as a song writer hit its peak in the days of Paul Whiteman and the Ziegfield Follies and for some of his more specifications for the new wafer notable offerings, such as "Girl system and will approve advertising for bids on the project ex pected to begin construction in jlhe summer. Postal Pay Hike E- . .. ,i Antonio Donzella 398 Pacific St., Brooklyn, New York Seaman "I have a method that works for me. I get a glass of water and drink seven swallows." Teaching Grant At HSC To Benefit 60 Persons A! Eureka Even! The public has been invited to a meeting of members of the national association of mail carriers and postal clerks, which will present a discussion of the, current congressional bill to give clerks and carriers a pay raise, Saturday at 7:30 p. m. in Runeberg Hall, Eureka. Clerks and carriers from Crescent City to Ukiah will attend the meeting to hear featured speakers Robert Soule. national representa live of the United Sattes Federation of Postal Clerks; L. Long, secretary of the California Federation of Postal Clerks: Marvin Arbuckle, president of the California Federation of Postal Clerks and Edward Collins, a member of the executive board of the California Carriers Association. Old-Time Song Wn'fer Baywood Manager Girl Of My Dreams \HUMBOLDT STANDARDlhunday. Apill 12, 1962, P. 5 Old-time song writer Charles (Chuck) Thode is the new manager of the Baywood Golf and Country Club, coming here from the North Kidge Country Club in Sacramento. He once directed a chain of movie houses in Hawaii and has managed clubs in San Diego, Santa Maria, Palm Springs, San Francisco, Hong Kong, Singapore, Shanghai and the Oahu and Wai- aiae country clubs in Honolulu. In 1950, the versatile Thode \voned the Sacramento Liquor Co. His wife, F r i e d a , manages Country Town and Village in Sacramento and Thode hopes that she join him here soon. "She has a tremendous job," he said. "It's one of the largest shopping centers in Northern California -- of My Dreams." he used the pen name of Sunny Clapp. Other T h o d e hits included "Waltzing a Dream," "Blue Lover," "Dream Days and "May Song of Old Hawaii." Thode joined Whileman in 1926 after Whiteman left Ziegfield and played piano a year before starting his own band. Thode said he continues to write ballads, "although the old styles and the old gods have all blown away." But. he freely admits, "I'm not much of a golfer. I'm a duffer, a hacker; anyone can beat me. Tony Angered At Use Of Piclyre LONDON (UPD--Antony Armstrong-Jones is angry because a French firm is using a picture of his wife, Princess Margaret, and their baby to sell diapers, the London Daily Mirror reported today. Armstrong-Jones, a former commercial photographer, has asked how the Maternity and Baby Wear Company of Natalys got hold of :he picture he took last fall. Tin!" r.lfc rrn- 0 C K A Valso modorato /Â·Â·*Â« Charles (Chuck) Thode takes over at the piano at the Baywood Golf and Country Club, which he now manages, to recall the old days when he wrote such hit songs as "Girl of My Dreams." The new manager has had wide experience in directing clubs, coming here from a post at the North Ridge Country Club in Sacramento. A 12,000 volt electric power the main supply almost immedicable which burned and dropped ately, and temporary repairs to to the ground in an alley behind (lie Eureka Theatre shortly after midnight last night briefly interrupted service in a portion of the downtown area and for a longer period in the small area directly and Electric Company. involved. Automatic switches re-routed the damaged area were completed at 2:50 a.m., according to D. B. Stephens, electrical maintenance superintendent of the Pacific Gas HUMBOLDT STATE COLLEGE -- Sixty grade and high school teachers in Ilumboldt and Del Norte counties will be able to supplement their training during 1962-63 under two National Science Foundation grants awarded to Humboldt State College last week. Under an $8500 grant, 30 high school teachers will receive additional training in an in-service institute beginning on September 19 and continuing each Wednesday evening throughout the school year. In the elementary school program, a grant of $7200 will provide the same type of training for 30 grade school teachers of mathematic. This series will meet on Tuesdays. President Cornelius Siemens has appointed Henry-Tropp, assistant professor of mathematics, to su pervise the institute for high school teachers. He will be assisted by Dr. James Householder. Dr. Orval Klose, associate professor of mathematics, will coordinate the institute for elementary teachers. According to National Science Foundation representative Dan Taylor, Washington D.C., Ilum- boldt State is one of only 35 colleges and universities in the nation to which elementary institutes were assigned. Grants for secondary institutes went to 256 A typical in-s.ervice institute meets once a week for about three hours. Participants receive an allowance for travel and books, and pay no tuition or fees. Teachers who wish to apply for the program may contact the director of either institute for information and application blanks. The Eureka Fire Department was called out to stand by, but no action on their part was required. Stephens said that more extensive repairs to the line, served from the Whipple Street sub-station, must be made. Only one phase of the lead-covered line is affected, he stated. The town of Andover, Mass., was purchased from the Indians for about $30 and a coat. Six Rivers To The Twin Harbors Lumber Com- 1 appraised value, made the over- iany of Arcata bought 4.550,0t)l):all cost $53,235. loard feet of Douglas fir in the ilad River Ranger District be Boundary Unit Timber Aucion at Six Rivers National For st headquarters in Eureka yes- erday. The firm outbid two competi- ors with a winning offer of $13.15 thousand board feet. This price. Uniled Slates Forest Service Tjmb(!r offim . Corson wi i| iaras .. Â«' e The cigar factories in Tampa, Fla.. produced more than one and a half million cigars each Â·Inch was only five cents over the'working day in 19GO. Open every evening 'til 8 p.m. Hurry in to our GET THE BEST DEAL UNDER THE SUN OVER 75 NEW CARS To Choose from Â· Immediate Delivery Â· Easy Financing EUREKA Phone HI 2-6467 Reception Slated For City Manager At Redwood Park ARCATA -- An informal reception -for the city's new city manager and his wife is being planned by the Arcata Area Chamber of Commerce. 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