Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 12, 1962 · Page 6
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 6

Eureka, California
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Thursday, April 12, 1962
Page 6
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lll'MBOLDT STVlA/DAKDThursday. April 12, 1962, P. 6 LAYS AWAY FOR MOTHER'S DAY New! PORTABLE DISPOSAL Needs no installation! Grinds up poolings, corn cobs, bones II table scraps and washes them safe iy down drain 1o sewer or tank. When you move, take rt with you, perfect ior rental living! Store it anywht. e P i u g in, t u r n on water. Ground particles wmh down drain. GE'S ALL TRANSISTOR MODERN CLOCK RADIO plug!, in for economical, dependable Other G-E clock radios from $21.95 City, Planning Firm Share Appearance Appraisal Task Responsibility for a critical praisal of Eureka's appearance on will be evenly divided between nomic the City of Eureka and the contracting firm of Livingston and Blayney in the preparation of the General Plan, authorized in the quarter - million dollar planning program being submitted this monUi for slate approval and a federal grant of two-thirds of the cost. The appraisal will include street p layout, open spaces, views, archi teclure, landscape, utility structures, signs, and roadside development. The city will compile data on past and present population distribution densities and decomposition, while the contractor will study demographic factors, review available population forecasts, pre Public Fishing Facility May Be Enlarged At C, C. SACRAMENTO-- The enlargement of the public fishing access Facility at the Ci-escent City harbor may be a possibility in the near future, according to Assemb lyman Frank Bclotti (R) Eureka. Belotti stated that he has requested a study be made of the Feasibility of enlarging this Wild. life Conservation Board project. A member of that board, Belotti said Herb Moore, chairman of the Crescent City Harbor District, recently contacted him and sug Bested such a study. According to harbor district officials, the original project which was completed in 1958, at a cost of $63,300, is so popular that it is not adequate to serve the many sports fishermen who come to Crescent City to launch their boats and fish. The Eureka Assemblyman said that Dave Scott of the Harbor District has already discussed the plans for enlargement with Ray Ncsbit, Coordinator of the Wildlife Conservation Board, and they are in agreement. "If it proves to IK a feasible plan," Bclotti slated, "We'll consider it at the next Wildlife Con- scrvation Board meeting." Eel River Dam Progress Seen SACRAMENTO- Progress toward the ultimate construction Branscomb Dam on the South Fork of the Eel River in Mendocino county is going -ahead, according to Assemblyman Frank P. Belotli ( R ) , Eureka. Belotti pointed out the final report of the Department of Water Resources will be published short ly, showing the recreation fish and wildlife enhancement benefits which would accrue from the construction of the dam ant! reservoir. A resolution, autiiorcd by As scmblyman Belotti. was adopted by the lower house requesting the Division of Beaches and Parks to review the report, and to investigate the feasibility of including the proposed project as a part of the state park system. The resolution calls for a reporl on the results of their findings to be submitted to the Legislature by January. 1903. pare population forecasts based demographic factors and ceo- development studies, and project residential land requirements for various alternative types of development. Local Government On local government a n d finnancc, the city will compile data on city, county, school districts and other special districts lax rates, revenues budgets, and past, current and contemplated future capital expenditures. The contractor will analyze the data :o determine effects on growth and development, and availability of needed facilities and services. The city will be responsible for the schools preparing an inven- ,ory showing existing school facilities and determining expansion ilans and compiling data on enrollments per grade in each school and anticipated enrollments. The contractor will analyze the data, the Heller report and all the pertinent information as well as prepare enrollment forecasts for elementary schools, junior highs, :iigh school and, possibly, the proposed junior college (by districts). The city will do 90 per cent of the work and the contractor 10 in developing school site stand ards in collaboration with the school districts, while the contractor will take care of planning in projecting school site needs in each district. Park, Recreation The city will inventory existing park and recreation facilities, determine usage and development and expansion plans, while the city and contractor will share 5050 in the study and analysis of the recreation potential of gulch areas, islands, Samoa peninsula, and other areas with attractive natural features. The contractor will determine present unfilled needs for various types of facilities, project future needs for facilities based on population forecasts, various alternative residential development patterns, and tourist business potential. The city will inventory public buildings and grounds and dctcrm ine usage and expansion plans, while the contractor will determine unfilled needs for the various types of facilities and project future building floor area and land area requirements for city anc county offices, public safety facilities, libraries, cultural facilities, and community centers. The city will do 95 per cenl of the work in compiling data on let rights of way and improvements and traffic counts on major and secondary thoroughfares anc at other key locations. Livingston and Blayney will review state traffic studies and plans, analyze traffic data, study the need for circumferential freeway route, internal "by-pass" route, truck access to islands, bay bridge, and prepare a mathematical traffic model to project volumes resulting from future lane use. For the harbor, the city wi' compile data on commercial anc rcreational facilities and the contractor will review the engineers study and other data on present and potential utilization of t h e harbor, relate future harbor utilization to future industrial develop- t ment and distribution activities and future recreation needs, as well as project land and water requirements for all facilities. of streel and routes, U|\ White House I|\ EUREKA ARCATA SH Green Stumps Your E a s i e r greeting expressed in tasteful design and thoughtful rhyme . . . Easter Cards There's a H a l l m a r k Easter c a r d specially designed for each of your friends and loved ones. You can choose from religious themes, cute bunnies for children, as well as modern C o n t e m p o r a r y cards. tjR'ttW Button's Drugt Buxton's Drugs, Inc. Henderson Center Myrtlotowne Shopping Center Free Delivery 4 Times Daily OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 8 P.M. 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"IAD DRESSING «JQ r Ib O V t Quart W^l. NEW! Master Bakery's G L U T E N B R E A D 46 C 99 BORDEN'S REDDI-DIET . METRECAL WAFERS 99c METRECAl tlQUID ARTICHOKES 3'"29c LETTUCE 2 - 29c SPUDS 10 - 45c TOMATOES 2'"29c FLAV-R-PAC FROZEN FOODS Flav-R-Pac Simple Simon CREAM PIES PEAS or CORN 6 pt, Sooth's, 10 02. 4 i $439 6 PJl $135 Aenrr.ulien BREADED SHRIMP 'pig. Coconut, Lemon, Chocolate M ftf Strawberry Cream "fr f Spun, Value Pack, 12 01. BUTTERED BEEF STEAKS MARKET 4005 WALNUT HI 2-8853 HOURS: Daily 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sundays, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.

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