Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 12, 1962 · Page 28
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 28

Eureka, California
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Thursday, April 12, 1962
Page 28
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HUMBOLDT STANDARD Thursday, April 12, 1962, P. 23 USED FURNITURE URGENTLY NEEDED!! We need 30 "sell Bedroom Sells and 30 used 2-Pc. Living Room Sets .' . . Our buyers have'been asked lo supply used f u r n i t u r e for :HI inoiiiilaiii cabins. We have one week to fill this order . . . Here is an opportunity for yon lo buy new f u r n i t u r e and gel WOO for your old set, REGARDLESS OF CONDITION . . . YOUR OLD BEDROOM SET or 2 PC. LIVING ROOM SET lOO *IN TRADE THIS SPECIAL TRADE-IN OFFER ONE WEEK ONLY!! HERE'S HOW IT WORKS!! Select any Bedroom set, Sofa and Chair set, Divan set, or Hide-A-Bed selling for $199.95 or more . . . We'll take your old Bedroom set or 2-pc. Living Room set in trade and allow you $40.00 regardless of age or condition of the old set · . · EXAMPLE!! Any Bedroom Sel .. . OR Any Living Room Set LESS: Your old Bedroom Sot ... or your old 2 pc. Sofa Chair Special Trade-in Allowance . ,. . One Week only I ! YOUR COST with TRADE-IN 40 00 Easy Terms 8.40 a Mo. NO DOWN PAYMENT When your old set is traded in . . . . NO LIMITS!! Buy as many sets as you like . .. . The Special Trade-in Allowance gives you an opporunily lo re-furnish al a substantial savings . . . EVERYTHING INCLUDED!! ALL STYLES . . . FAMOUS MAKERS Living Room and Bedroom Sets . . SELECTION ! \ MAPLE, MODERN, FRENCH PROVINCIAL, ITALIAN PROVINCIAL. KROEHLER, RESTWELL, FASHIONCRAFT, · · FREDICK COUCH, MILLER BROS., KAST, BERKLINE, SIMMONS, SERTA, BARKER, BASSETT, DIXIE, JOHNSON-CARPER, L. A. PERIOD, ETHAN ALLEN, STERLING. 3. 4, 5 6 PC. SECTIONALS, 2 PC. SOFA CHAIR SETS, 2 PC. DIVAN CHAIR SETS, HIDE-A-BEDS, SOFA'S . . . ALL STYLES AND COLORS INCLUDED. NOTHING HELD BACK!! Sale Start* Friday 9:00 A.M Ends Thursday, April 19lh OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 9 P.M. * fRft DELIVERY FREE PARKING E A S Y T E R M S Baker Stanton direct Slreet I J^ORTUNA LOW ' S I'"TM'!"TM financing . . No Banks or · 1 j\] u i,i $(, 1{\ 5-31'IT finance companies involved , Car Registration, Licenses Hit Record High In 1961 A record of $264.406,499 in regis- ation and drivers' license . fees as collected last year' by the epartmcnt of Motor Vehicles, rector Tom Bright announced day. ·: · This is nearly $0.5 million more lan the revenue collected in GO. Bright said parts, of the $264 illion arc apportioned for use by ties and counties, and for state ghway planning, construction nd maintenance. "The motor vehicle fee is a ajor source of funds for Cali- rnia's highway program" Bright aid. More than $56 million of the 961 motor vehicle fees is car- Fred Anderson Heads Group On Budget Analysis Former County Assessor Fred . Anderson will head the Hum- wldt Economy League's com- nittee of three named to analyze le county's forthcoming tentative tidget, it was announced today y League President Bob Stach ollowing a meeting of the or- anization's board of directors lien Ham, retired teacher, and aul Hunter .accountant, both ' Arcata, are other members ol le committee. The lax study group last week eard Sheriff William Pedersen nd Undersheriff Gene Cox ex lain the operation of the sher- f's office and budgetary pro osals for the 1962-1963 fisca ear. On May 3, the league will have s speakers Ronald Welch anc Ubert Sauer. The former wil alk on assessment practices in eneral and the latter will out ne the history and present as reels of the timber tax prob em. Welch and Sauer are from the tale Board of Equalization. marked in the current stale budget for this purpose. This: large sum is exceeded only by funds rom gasoline tax and federal righway aid. More than $127 million is divided equally between cities and counties, apportioned on the basis of population. This is the amount received from the 2 per cent valua- ,ion fee assessed vehicles in lieu of local property taxes. Counties may use their apportionments as their governing bodies direct, but legislation limits use of cities' funds to three areas: aw enforcement, traffic control and regulation, and fire protection of highway traffic. Part of the balance remaining after apportionments to cities and counties and to highway programs is used to support law enforcement and public safety activities of the California Highway Patrol. Another part of the balance is used to support driver licensing, driver improvement, vehicle ownership identification, and record maintenance services of' the Department of Motor Vehicles. "The bulk of the 1S62 motor vehicles fees--more than $200 million--already has been collected," Bright said, adding that a new revenue record will almost certainly be reached before the end of the year. Training For All Reservists Likely WASHINGTON (UPI)-An Army spokesman hinted Wednesday that tens of thousands of Reservists who have not participaled in organized units since leaivng active duty may face compulsory summer training. As a part of a planned reorganization of the Reserves, the first to be tapped would be young Reservists who had six months active duty with the Army, followed by former draftees. Reservists with two years active duty and other categories. -v proudly announces the appointment of DH DISTRIBUTORS 142 West Fourth St. Eureka, California Hillside 3-6741 as distributor of MILLER HIGH LIFE to the people of EUREKA and Humboldt County V in /?o#/es in cans MILLER BREWING COMPANY, MILWAUKEE, WIS.

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