Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 12, 1962 · Page 21
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Reservists To Go Home In August; Release Said Result Of Army Buildup WASHINGTON (UPI) - President Kennedy has announced that the 145,000 Reserviststad National Guardsmen called'to duty for the Berlin crisis last year will be able lo return home in August. Kennedy told his news conference Wednesday that the decision was "not the result of any marked change In the internalional situation, which continues to have many dangers and tensions. 'It is the result, rather, of our successful buildup of permanent inslead of emergency strength," he said. The Army announced immediately that it would. release all Army. National Guard and Reserve units and individuals expeditio'.isly as possible after Aug. .1" with all units to be released prior lo midnight, Aug. 31. Expresses Appreciation "I know that I speak for all of our countrymen in. expressing our. appreciation to all those who served under the adverse conditions of living in camps and being taken away from their families and their service," Kennedy said. "And Ihe willingness of Ihe greal, great majority of them to do this uncomplainingly. I Ihink, should be an inspiration lo every American." Kennedy said Ihe units would remain available "in a new and heightened slale of combat reach'' ness, if a new crisis should arise requiring further service." Other developments at the President's news conterence: --He announced he had ordered Ihe Juslice Department to seek a Taft-Hartley injunction halting the West Coast maritime strike for days. He said the public interest and national heallh and safely made it necessary. The injunction was issued a few hours later by a federal court in San Francisco. Concerned About, Casualties --He will ask Gen. Lucius B. Clay, his 'personal representalive lo Berlin who is returning to private business in this country, to continue as a consultant. He said he would ask Clay to remain available lo go back lo Berlin if necessary. --He is concerned aboul American casualties in South Vicl Nam, .bul this country must go on help- ing the Vietnamese to fight the Communist guerrillas. --Cuban Premier Fidel Castro had, in effect, sentenced invasion prisoners to 30 years in jail by demanding a $62 million, ransom for Ihem. He said Castro knew the U.S. government would never negotiate on such lerms and [ami lies of Ihe prisoners could no raise lhal much money. --Gen. Lyman Lemnilzer, chair man of Ihc Joint Chiefs of Staff was justified in presenting the U.S. Legion of Merit to a Japa nese air force officer who planne( the Pearl Harbor attack. Kennedy said he was "a distinguished offi cer" who had been extremely co operative with the American gov ernment since VJ Day. "I thought the days of the war are over," he added. LEGAL NOTICE CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATION TRANSACTING BUSINESS UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME The undersigned, PACIFIC ENGINE AND MACHINE WORKS, a corporation, jf 503 L Street, Crescent City,- Call fornia, oragnired and existing under the laws of the Slate ol California, by its President and Secretary thereunlo authorized, hereby certifies: That it is transacting the busines the ownership and operation of welding and oxygen supplies In the City of Eu- -eka. County of Humboldt, under the lame of PACIFIC OXYGEN AND WELDERS SUPPLY; that It is the sole owner of said business, and lhat ni other person or persons are interested therein; that Ils principal office is located at 514 Commercial Street, reka, California. ... WITNESS WHEREOF, PACIFIC ENGINE AND MACHINE WORKS, by its President and Secretary thereunto duly authorized, hss affixed its name and corporate seal this 23rd day of March, 1962. PACIFIC ENGINE AND MACHINE WORKS By V, GORDON LINVILLE, (Seal) President By EVELYN R. LINVILLE, Secretary. State of California ) J ss. County of Del Norte ) On this 23rd day of 'March, 19*2, before me, the undersigned, a Notary Public in and for the County of D orle,. State of California, duly con lissioried and sworn, personally appearet V. GORDON- LINVILLE and EVELYN R. LINVILLE, known lo me to be the Presidenl and " Secretary, respectively, of the corporation described in and thai :ecuted Ihe within instrument, and alsc ,,.iown to me to be the persons whc execuled the within Instrymenl on behal corporation therein named, anc acknowledged to me lhat such corpora n executed liie same. .N WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed mi oltlclal seal in Ihe County of De Norle the day and year in this cer lificafe first above written. ED SCHEVE Notary Public fn and for Ihi (Seal) County of Del Norte, Stale ol California. My commission expires Nov 21. 196*. 3/29-4/i, 12, 19 IS f Beautiful rooms **S begin with SUPER KENl-TONE --the washable /a'fex A wall painf! We have all B.Ml'Kli! the latest colors $6.79 ML FOR KITCHEN AND BATHROOM WALLS, WOODWORK, CABINETS $2.95 , I »ALKYD ENAMEL KEIVi-GLO, Foraglass-smoolh, -..Button: porcelain-like lin- painting! ish. In btigbl colois. CD RAY (*'. $*f 5 INAIBEl ...lot walls, woodwoik, toys, lurniturt ,, lor hard-to-paint gj surfaces $1.79' 6 " ANY NEW COLORS PAINT COLOR \\ YOU WANT ....mixed in seconds on our ^ ^ ^ ^^ Sec the SHERW/N-WIU/AMS COLOR HARMONY GUIDE COLORM ET E R Borro l%Zge? day ~ THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 1126 5th St. HI 3-5347 FREE PARKINS IN REAR' It's A Ferry Boat, But Long Trip For Commuters Voter Views Sought On HUMBOLDT STANDARDnurulay. A p i i t 12, 1962, P. 21 Modernizing, Improvement Of Homes In This Edition This out-of-the-ordinary craft sailed from Humboldt Bay Wednesday after a layover of only a few hours, but many residents of this area will have a chance to take a ride on it tination at Seattle. when it reaches its des- Retirement Fund Closed Session The Police and Firemen/s rcment Fund Commission, be- eved to be occupied with claims y retired members · for · pension ncreases lo keep pace with"' city alary i n c r e a s e s , gathered Vednesday afternoon b e h i n d losed doors wilh Cily Allorney lelvin S. Johnsen and Finance Erector LeRoy Slarkey. Only announcemcnl after the iccling was "no decisions reached," and thai anolher ession would be held Monday af- ernoon al 1:30. Larry Yost of fire departmenl is chairman f the commission. Several claims presented to the o the commission and the city attorney. New Sacco Appeal For Home Change A new appeal from Sam Sacco [or a sideyard variance for an addition to his home at 1411 F street lops the agenda. for Monday night's meeting of the Board of Zoning Adjustment in the Council Chambers at 7:30. An amendment to the present zoning ordinance resulted from the dispute over Sacco's petition a year ago. In the new petition he seeks to expand the second story of his home to enroach four feet into the seven and a half foot sideyard requirement. Also on the agenda is a request City Council have been referred from Bertha Smith of 734-738 K SL to extend a wall eight feel in a multiple-family zone. Drips Drive You Daffy? Here's How to Fix Them Drippy faucets are so easy to fix that no homeowner should put up with sleepless nights because of them, claims the National Association of Plumbing Contractors. Here, in a few simple steps, is how the homeowner can get better night's sleep--and save money on his water and fuel bills at the same time. The first step of course, is to turn off the water. In most modern homes, a "shut-off" valve for both the hot and cold water faucets is located just under the fixture where the supply line comes out of the wall. No "shu^off" valve? Then shut off the main water valve, usually located near the water meter. Trying to take a faucet apart without turning the water off first produces some pretty spectacular results -- and some mighty irritated h o u s e w i v e s who have to mop up the mess! After shutting off the water, open the drippy faucet far enough to relieve the pressure in the supply line. The second step (Figure 1) is to loosen the "bonnet nut" by "The "business end" of the faucet is a small brass cup con- taining.a washer which is he'd in place with a brass screw. Remove the screw, as show in step four (Figure 3), and replace the worn washer with one EXACTLY the same size. Figure 1 t u r n i n g it counter-clockwise with a "flat-jawed" wrench. To prevent marring the fixture, line the jaws of the wrench with leather or adhesive tape and turn GENTLY. For step three, gently turn the faucet handle in the "open" direction (Figure 2) until the valve stem comes out. Figurt 2 Figure 3 Finally, replace the faucet handle the same way you removed it, being careful to tighten the "bonnet nut" firmly, but not forcefully. Restore w a t e r s e r v i c e by opening the "shut-off" valve, then recheck the faucet. If water oozes out by the handle, try tightening the "bonnet nut" another half turn. If that doesn't work, call your plumbing contractor--the packing is probably worn out, too. If, after replacing the washer, the faucet still leaks, chances are that the valve seat is worn or corroded. Resurfacing the valve seat is a job for the plumbing contractor. It takes special equipment--and skills-to resurface the valve seat without permanently damaging the faucet. Of course, the homeowner can save himself time and trouble --and the risk of damaging the drippy faucet--by calling his local plumbing contractor in the first place. For a very slight additional charge, the plumbing contractor will r e p l a c e t h e washers in all the faucets in the home and check the valve scats at the same time. A littla drip can waste a surprising amount of water--as much as 7,500 gallons a year. If the drip is from the hot water faucet, a substantial part of the homeowner's fuel bill is also going down the drain. PLUMBING AND PIPE FITTING INDUSTRY TRUST FUND By United Press International San Francisco Bay Area: Fair ihrough Friday with variable high cloudiness, cooler Fridayj todays highs San Francisco 80, Oakland San Rafael 84; low tonight' 4554; weal winds 10-20 m.p.h. afternoons. Northern C a l i f o r n i a : ' Fair .hrough Friday but fog and low cloudiness on coast night and morning; cooler near coast Friday. Mt. ShasUi-Siskiyou area: Fair .hrough Friday excepl some high cloudiness Friday; siiglilly cooler. Sierra Nevada: Fair through Friday: litlle lemperalurc change. Sacramento V a l l e y : Fail- through Friday: slightly cooler soulh Friday? -high bc-tji days 7686; low tonight 48-54; genile wind Fridajrrhigh botii.days 76-86; low tonight. 48-54; genile winds. San .1 o a q u i n r Valley: Fair through Friday; high both days 82-88; low tonight 48-56. Fl. Bragg and vicinity: Fair to day; overcast tonight and Friday morning: fair Friday afternoon cooler; northwest winds 10-20 knots. Norlhweslern California: Fail through Friday bul fog and \o\\ clouds on coast night and mornrag: high today.and low tonighl Napa 86-53, Ukiah 90-52, Santc Rosa 82-47; coast winds northwesi 10-20 knots. The blunt - bowed, square sterned, 350-passenger ferry 'Hoi day' v i s i t e d Eureka briefl; Wednesday en route to the Puge Sound port to take visitors lo thi World's Fair on sightseeing trip; on those scenic waters. Built only two years ago anc ·emodeled this year especially fo he fair trade, the 75-foot vesse s on a purchase lease to Lynn ;ampbell, operator of Seattle Har bor Tours at Pier 55 in that city The Holiday is being ferried I, :he northern port by veteran com mercial fisherman Ken B. Ever elt as skipper. Engineer is Victo LeBlanc, and crewman is Car Holm, also seafarers. All three are from Long Beach ut Everett, owner of the trollc Agnes II, is more than familia vilh the port of Eureka, havinj 'ished here for many years. H expects to return again with hi boat for the opening of the salmo eason. The Holiday was built by Hi Sherman Boat Works of Lon Beach especially for use as a fe ry. The upper deck is open, wilh conventional passenger benches similar to those on San Francisco Bay. The lower deck is glass Bay. The lower dock is glassed in with sliding windows and is fitted with portable, upholstered chairs which can be bolted together. A snack bar is situated on the main deck. Albuquerque Mlanta Bakersficld Boise Boslon Brownsville Ihicago : Denver Detroil Fairbanks Forl Worth Fresno Helena Kansas Cily Los Angeles Miami Minneapolis New Orleans Oakland Oklahoma Cily Phoenix Pittsburgh Red Bluff Reno Sacramento Sail Lake Cily San Diego Son Francisco Sealtle Ipokane Stockton Thermal Vashington High Low Precip, - 70 36 58 3.25 56 38 70 87 64 CO 86 42 56 51 39 6t 87 47 61 78 80 44 85 83 56 88 42 67 .38 27 33 30 45 54 26 41 .60 76 27 .27 65 .28 63 41 54 58 41 .07 .02 15 .06 89 52 Samuel Champlain discovered Vermont's Lake Champlain in 1609. 84 59 67 82 95 53 57 35 53 60 37 .03 svey issues Rep. Clem Miller had cards in 10 mail today to his First Congressional District constituents, ifKjiiusting their views on eight subjects. 'Once again I am asking you o help nu 1 represent you : .n \\ashington," the congressman wrote. '"1 would like to know 'our views on a cross section ol new proposals before Congress lis year. Would you answer the questions? . . . The results will )e tabulated and reported as was done in previous years." Yes or no answers were askei on 1. Federal- matching grants to mcnts, schools and 'hospitals to huild community nuclear-fallout shelters. 2. United States participation n the United Nations bond issue. 3. Lower mutual tariffs with ic Europeon. .Common Markc countries. 4. Changing of federal public welfare programs lo emphasize r c h abilitalion and retraining rather than cash relief payments. 5. An (f per cent income lax credit to business and industry or investment in new productive equipment. fi. Stricter food and drug law against misleading labeling and tackaging. 7. Presidential standby author- 'y lo lower personal income tax rates in an effort to slow down economic declines before they become recessional. 8. Creation of a "land conservation fund" to pay for new na- ional perks and other outdoor recreation areas . . .to be repaid y entrance and user fees at such areas, taxes now being paid on motorboat gasoline and receipts from sale of surplus federal lands. $20,000 Building Permit Granted Frank Frp.'iceschi obtained a permit today for a 520,000 dwelling with attached garage at 3404 Nevada street. Oilier permits issued by City Building Inspector Roy Smart included: Veryl Callison, 634 A street, dc mulish loading patform structure 51,500; Hershel Sargent, 203(5 Al bee, demonish garage, $100; G lei Home owitiTS anil prospective pages for bright new Ideas, foi* v idiiii! owners arc invited lo pay larticiilar attention to the six nfiiiiiKition on long lasting mater-; als. for tlir services, and (ho; lagTM following (Iiis one. This Is iroiiiicls that arc needed to bring; he iimuial spring ft! it ion of Hie Ionic Improvement Gtiule published e»rli year by Kureka Newspapers. Inc. Home Mode nii/iit ion is tin* highroad to a better life for our families . . . to enhanced values for our properties. Wliat's more, every room ;ulded to a house, every kitclien that is moderni/ed. every bit of landscaping tiuit is accomplished, makes (lie whole neighborhood Unit much licttcr to i home "ap-to-dnle," to get more; oiiin, to re-finish, re-roof, re-side,' nit in a piilio, o sidewalk, a drlve^ vay, a brick liarbequc. The re- lalilr firms represented on these" lagcs are mr.king special plans n receive those who are contem-. dating some project along these ini-s. Their showrooms are packed is never before with new Ideas mil merchandise to do the job. So why not have a family conference tonight -- outline your plans and IIPII let these frl"nclly merchants live in. lidp you make your plans come Readers will want (o check these true. Steel Boost Cuts Chance 01 Tax Reform Proposal , WASHINGTON ( U P I ) -- Sen., said the investment credit feature' Paul Douglass. D-l!!., a member of the committee considering the might be knocked out of the bill.; "Cerlainlv it is a discourage^ 1 administration's tax reform hi!!, ,, "s said today Ihc steel price increase m m t ' " c sal "' had reduced (he chances of an- Other congressional news: ; proval for one key feature of the measure. Douglas referred lo a $1.5 mi lion tax break to spur plant modernization. Businesses would be permitted to deduct up lo $8 of every $100 invested in ne« machinery and equipment. Douglas, a member of Ihe Senate Finance Committee, said in an interview lhat Die steel price ncrcase will "certainly reduce the chances thai the investment credit will be passed." The investment provision has jeen unpopular with the commit lee because of the revenue losses o the Treasury that would rcsul from it. The steel developmen may kill its chances when the committee starts voting on Hit hill after the first week in May. Another committee member Sen. Albert Gore, D-Tcnn., suic ic did not see how a price boos for slecl "could generate mucl support for big business." Sen. Jacob K. Javits, R-N.Y. Evans, 3650 E, garage with storage area, $2,500; John Olscn :]115 A, repair foundation timbers. ?350, W. C. Turner, contrac tor. Talkathon: A group of RepublU, cans planned today lo wind up their marathon oratorical assault on the Kennedy administration. program. The GOP congressmen. )cgan t h e i r effort Wednesday night and ended at 12:07 a.m. EST today. '; Testing: Rep. Frank Kowalski, D-Conn., called on President Kennedy lo postpone U.S. resumption of nuclear testing in the atmosphere while there was still a chance for a "progress toward a test ban and disarmament." ; Savings Associations: A spokesman for savings and loan associations said today lhat subjecting these institutions to the same taxation as commercial banks would result in "substantial increases in Ihe rales of interest paid by the average American family to acquire a home." Oscar R. Krcutz of the National League of Insured Savings Associations asked Ihe Senate Finance Committee to reject the "demands" of commercial banks. The canning industry was born during Ihe Napoleonic wars out of the armies' demand for food that would not spoil. : The craft. its 300 horsepower diesel engine, bucked winds as high as 60 miles per hour coming up the coast on the present trip and had one door smashed in from the weather, but was in no serious trouble, Everelt said. The entire vessel is of steel construction, with a white super- slruclure trimmed in green and a turquoise huli above the waterline. The ferry stopped in the local harbor Wednesday morning for supplies and repairs lo ils direction finder, leaving shortly afterward. s present crew will return to Long Beach after delivering, the Holiday to ils new berth at Seattle. Mefcaif Probable Fire Commissioner Commissioners of Humboldl Fire Dislrict I will meet Tuesday evening, April 17, at 8 p. m. to canvass the voles casl in Ihe April 3 elcclion and "probably" lo install the successful candidate for the single seat in contest. Hugh Metcalf of Rosexvood is expected lo replace Harold Couer of Freshwater on the ;overning board of the firsl district. Also on the agenda, if time permits, is some discussion of the forthcoming budget, according to Chief Herman Mendenhall. Registration For June Primary Ends Thursday If yon vnlrd at the 1900 Presidential election nnil have not moved or changed your nnmc, you nrc qunlified to vote at this election. If not. register hy Thursday night: ].--Al your nearest schoolhonsc in Arcntn, Eureka or Me- Klnlryvillc school districts, 2-4 each afternoon or 7.9 rarh evening. 2,--Al your nearest schoolhonse In all other school districts, 7-9 each evening. .1,--With any other deputy whose name mill address lias hern pnhllshed. 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