SNIAGRAB ... . Spelled Backwards, Means "Bargains" . . : Plus You Get F a s t A c t i o n . When Using F a m i l y Want Ads. HUMBOLDT STANDARD Friday, April 13, 1962, Page 19 Deb's Remodeling Celebration Set As Work Finished A remodeling project entailing expenditure of $30,000 at Deb's Restaurant and Drive-in has been completed. Stanton Elliott, owner, announced a "remodeling celebration" Saturday. The restaurant has added an Jiformal dining area to its carryout department with pastel chairs and tables seating groups of five, !our, and three persons. Individual seats at a long counter will accommodate s e v e n . A new checkout counter to speed up ordering and checking out has been nstalled. The main dining room lias been renovated and repainted, and both dining room and the carry out department share a dual entrance nnovation. Saturday's celebration will -provide special menu items, as well as free balloons for boys and girls, and tiny midget Fresh ?rBeze cones. Elliott said "In anticipation of the hundreds of thousands of ex- ,ra tourists, Seattle World's Fair Dound this year, Deb's wishes to extend the hand of hospitality to the travelers. We feel that Hum- joldt County and Northern California will be hosts to people from the far reaches of the world in Possible Major Blaze Averted Eureka firemen were called a 8:45 a.m. today to the Nilse Feed Company at Fifth am Broadway where a barrel of so vent was ablaze in the shop section of the plant. Fire officials said there was no damage ' but the potential for a major blaze existed because o :he big wooden warehouse am stored hay adjacent lo the new struclure. Efforts of the store's own personnel to quell the blaze with fire extinguishers failed because of intense heat and the firemen were summoned by telephone. It was undelermined how the solvent was ignited. TWO PLAYERS SIGNED ST. LOUIS (UPI)-The St. Louis Cardinals of the National Football League have signed lineman George Francovitch of Syracuse and halfback Weldon Rutledge o New Mexico Stale. PUBLICITY DIRECTOR NAMED DETROIT (UPD-Budd Lynch has been named. lo succeed Fret Delano as director of public re- lalions and publicity for the Detroit race course. 1962, and we want lo offer Ihem every convenience and 'comfort. Deb's today is able to handle more patrons, serve them more quickly, and still maintain the high quality of our foods." Americans are more "outdoor conscious" than ever before. Last year, more than 5 million went skiing; 40 million went boating; 50 million hunted or fished. Manufacturers of sporting goods, cameras and photo supplies, in advertising their wares to the sporting public, used $7.4 million worth of newspaper space in I960. ..-,'Â·Â· z-m^z^^^^gfty^''' A ways Â·Â· -.- *mMÂ§^^^ WITH NEW 1962 cs,^^ DUAL-PURPOSE ^Crass-Catcher fjf\ Vy\. Vacuum sweeps lawn to smooth beauty as it rt\\ * \\ mows. Whirls clippings, leaves, and debris R \\\ \\ \ in'Â° chute and Â«' cher ba e- Ba S clamps A - W\ \C\ on and Â°" easi| y-- fills completely -AM^ sxVk. H \v opening expands for easy dumping. ot W^c^SJl Xv Super-powered LAWN.BOY engine. ^l S^Q^X r ^"'^t.easyhand.ing. li^w If Ci/PMGS SJIB B:;':ill|fp||B KilftiiiltS ON^VVNBS| ^^sH'yr ,-, run , TrySlwi/ii / -- - ^^y^y'K _^-- .' i ' \\ Converts in a jiffy for conventional VV^BBh.. rnOW/ng...Snapoff grasscatcher. X^rawBraPpfei chute Snap on converter plate -- it i4JMfflf7Â»Mft'^ directs clippings out a front side jjJlKfSfiffiffijfcvm discharge -- desirable when the IJiuSaMMiJUflffakil^ ' awn nee ds mulching. Easy to ^ v. ^^roM^Vj'flSB^lH^g^' Â·Â·^BrJC^Vi^*'' \ Â· \J^rrÂ± , -'^^1*=? Model 7251, 21" cut JJK ONLY^ cnange -- no toois ^^ needed. P / . : Â· 9995 EASY TERMS Â· BIG TRADE-INS SWALL'S HARDWARE (formerly Adnm's Hirdwnrrj) 108 Wildwood Avo. Rio Doll RO 4-5632 NATIONAL OBITUARIES By United Press International NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (UPI) -- Director Michael Curliz, who created such stars as Joan Crawford, Errol Flynn, Doris Day and Ann Blyth and won an Academy Award in 1943 for "Casablanca," died Wednesday of cancer. The Hungarian-born Curtiz was noted in the film industry for haunting juvenile courts, pawn shops, jails, slums, museums and concerts in an efforl lo make hif movies more accurate for Ihe American scene. Warner Bros. Studio presiden! Jack Warner, Curtiz's first employer when lie came to the United States in 1927, praised Ihe la Â· cnted director as "one of the very great directors in the motion picture industry." Curtiz, whose recent pictures include "The Comancheros" and "St. Francis of Assis," also directed Ihe Academy Award-winning picture "Mildred Pierce" in 1945. AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI) -- Dr. J. Milton French, 67, author of Ihe five-volume "A Life Record of John Milton" and retired head of the English Department at Rutgers University, died Wednesday of a heart attack. CHICAGO (UPD-Funeral services were scheduled today for Mrs. Ellen Reilly, 102, founder of a "Centenarians for Kennedy C ub" during the 1960 campaign. She died Monday. LOS ANGELES (UPI) -- Venn Alvin Calkins, 72, former Seventh- Day Adventist Church leader, died Wednesday at his Loraa Vista, Calif.', home. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (UPI) --James Fifield, 72, former New England, New York and New Jersey newspaperman, died here Wednesday. MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa (UPI) William M- Brownlee 83, a Chicago sports writer who later became president of the Coca Cola Co., died at a nursing home here Wednesday. LONG BEACH, Calif. (UPD- Funeral services will be held Saturday for Frank B. Slrecter, 74, retired editor of the Grants Pass (Ore.) Courier. He died Thursday. 51. Mary's Ends Cage Campaign With 13-1 Record League champion St. Mary's losed out the Arcala Church loop eason with a 32-17 win over Ihe lelhodisls IMs week. Church of Christ, Latter Day aints and First Baptisl also posl- d wins in their finales. St. Mary's wound up with a 13-1 eason record and a two-game ead over second place Church of Chrisl, Mike Ayers scored 13 points to pace the Et. Mary's win. First iaptist's Jim Olson scored 10 Joints, the only other double figure scoring in all four games. SCORING SUMMARIES ST. MARY'S -- Stewart, 7; Ayers, 13; Marcella, 6; Morris, 2: Eudaily, 4 -- 32. METHODISTS -- J. Gunther, 9; P. Gunther. 1; Waits, 0; Picketl, 1 ; Gilvary, 6; Adams, 0 -- 17. ,, CHURCH OF CHRIST Hulton, 5; Colley, 2; Coltrcll, 2; T. Buck, 3; R. Buck, 7; Colver, 0 -- 19. FAITH LUTHERAN - Buschnell 0; Coloninger, 4; Reusche, 0; Hanks, 2; Pcllalz, 2; Stayton, 6; CYO -- T. Stewart. 6; G. Stewart, 2; Ghilarducci, 2; Pasquin , 6; Baiocchi, 2; Tanferani, 6 -- 21. LATTER DAY SAINTS - Jarvis, 6: Snapp, 8; Hall, 2; Dolf, 4 Â· Pace 2 -- 22. FIRST BAPTIST -- Daily, 0; 7; Cross, 6; Perry, 1; Cochran 0 - 26. FIEI.DBROOK PRESBY. - B Christie, 7; R. Christie, 2; Eller 5; Box, 4; DDdd, 3; Mo, 0 a8 21. FLNAL STANDINGS W L Pet. GB SI, Mary's 13 1 Â« - Clmrch of Chrisl ..11 3 .786 First Hnpllsl 10 4 .714 i Flclitbrorik 6 * .'IM Faith I.lllll 5 Â» ..157 Mcthrallsts 5 9 -Ml CYO 4 "1 Â·28" Latter Day Sulnls . . 2 1 2 (1.13 1 LENTEN MESSAGE By James Cardinal Mclntyrc Roman Catholic Archbishop OF Los Angeles Written for DPI Throughout the history of time, IG thinking of man has been di- erted in an irregular fashion by arying philosophies. Many of icse have come and gone and ft behind little or no wake. Even some that have flourished really for a reasonable length of me have too gone the .way of ailing Into the ranks of the un- mown. Our present day is confronted r ith a philosophy in the form of ommunism that is godless, if not nli-god. Such a philosophy tends only to IG acceptance of the material, nd the concepts of mind and magination find origin in birth nd conclusion in death. There is o beyond. Even meditation upon the my- leries of life and the natural law iat have been established by the realor for the guidance of human icings receive no encouragement n a godless philosophy. While is true that the philosophy of ommunism receives today, in the mblications of the world, a -pub- idty far beyond its deserts, it is, evertheless, very gratifying to bserve that the holy season of ..ent is acknowledged so widely in 11 countries of the world, even 'ithin the confines of Russia It- elf. This holy season commemorates le public life of our Divine aviour as He ministered to the eeds of human nature and guve living example to all men of le virtues of good and exhorted iem to avoid evil. He sacrificed lis whole life and rose triump- lantly conquering sin and death. It is wholesome indeed that ach year during these days of ent, our reflections dwell more rayfully on the mission of Christ nd upon our obligation to follow n His footsteps as we relish the irospect of eternal happiness in leaven. ATLANTA (UPI) Mrs. C. E. Voolman, wife of the president nd general manager of Delta Airlines, died here Thursday ight. LEGAL NOTICE DOING BUSINESS UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME Know All Men by These Presents: I, the undersigned ROBERT A. CARER, do hereby certify: That my name In full Is ROBERT LLEN CARVER and that my place f business Is Box 2035, McKinleyvIlle,, allfornla, County of Humboldt; That t am transacting business n le State of California under the fic- LECTRIC COMPANY OF ARCATA; iat . 1 am the sole owner and pro- rlcfor of said business; that the place here said business Is carried on and my principal place of business under aid name is situated at Anderson venue, McKtnieyvllle, California, County 1 Humboldt. In Wilness Whereof 1 have hereunto Y R. A. CARVER, 'JR. late of California, ) ) ss. ounty of Humboldt ) On this 5th day of April, In the year ne thousand nine hundred and sixty wo, before me, Francis fl. Mathews, Notary Public in and for the County f Humboldt, State of California, re- ding therein, duly commissioned and warn, personally appeared Robert A. :arver, known to me to be the person hose name Is subscribed to the within nstrument, and acknowledged to me iat he executed the same. In Witness Whereof 1 have hereunto et my hand and affixed my offic el eal in the County ot Humboldt, the ay and year in Ihls certificate first bove written. FRANCIS B. MATHEWS Notary Public in and for the Seal) County of Humboldt, State of California. 4/6, 13, 50, 27 (5) UPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE COUNTY OF HUMBOLOT NO. 15331 Oept. 1 NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR 'ROBATE OF WILL AND PETITION FOR LETTERS TESTAMENTARY In* the Matter of the Estate of EMMA F PEARSON, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND PETITION FOR LETTERS TEST- y made for further parllculars, and hat the time and place of hearing the ame has been set tor Monday, April 30, 962 at 9:30 a.m.. In the Court Room of Apartment No. 1 of said Court, In the Court House, In the City of Eureka, California. Dated April 11, iÂ«2. FRED J. MOORE, JR. Clerk of said Court By LUCY F. URE Deputy clerk. . Thomas Fraicr, Att. for Petitioner. ^^ (s) No, 15377 Dept. 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Superior Court of the State of California In and for Ihe County of Humboldt, In the Mattar ot the Estate of RAY C. SCOTT, JR., Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned, John R. Braun, altor ney for ths Administrator of the estate ot Ray C- Scott, Jr., deceased, to the creditors ot and all pmons having claims agalnit the sÂ»1d deceased, tha within six months afler Ihe first pub lication of this notice, they either fil hem with the necessary voucher! 1 thi offlca ol Ihe County Clerk of th Superior Court ol the County ol Hum bold). State ot California, or exhlbi 'hem with Ihe necsssary vouchers t Ray C. Scott, Admlnlitralor, t/o Joh R, Brnun, SIS J Strait, Eureka, Ca fornln, Ihe same bBlng ths place tc tha transaction of the business ol sa estate In Ihe County ol Humboldt, Slat of California, Dated this loih day of March, 1W? JOHN R, BRAUN, AltornÂ« lor AdminWrnifjr. 3/33, Â»-4/Â», 13 (S LEGAL NOTICE TIMBER FOR SALE, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT. ORAL AUCTION BIDS will be received y the District Manager, Bureau of Land Management, 307 No. Main Street. Uklah, California at 1:00 P. M., Local Time on Friday, April 27, 1962 for all mber marked or des gnated lor culling. Before bids are subm tted, ful informs- Ion concerning the timber, the condl- ons of sale and submission of bids should be obtained from the above DIs- rict Manager. The right Is hereby reserved to waive lechnlca delects In his advertisement and to reject any or a 1 bids. The United States reserves he right to waive any informality In aids received whenever such waiver Is n the Interest of Ihe United States. N HUMBOLDT COUNTY: CALIFORNIA: PUBLIC DOMAIN: ORAL AUCTION BIDS: GREENi All timber designated for cutting on the SEW SEW, See- on 8; SWV4 SW'/4, Section 9, T, 5 S., R. 2 E., H. M., estimated for the purpose of. this sale to be: 2668 M bd. It. green 3ouglas-flr, 60 M hd. ft. dead Douglas- r. No bid for less than 521.90 per M bd. ft. for the grean Douglas-fir and S9.35 per M bd. ft. for the dead Dougas-fir, or a total purchase price ot $58,990.20 will be considered. Minimum deposit with bid 55,900.00. 3/30--4/6, 13, 20 (S) NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Sale No. 26B74 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on April 27, 1962 al Hie hour of ten o'clock a. m. In the lobby nf Ihe office of HUMBOLDT LAND TITLE COMPANY, 611 "1" street , Eureka, Cali- ornia, HUMBOLDT LAND TITLE COMPANY, a corporation as Trustee will sell at public auction to the hlghes! bidder for cash in lawful money of the United States, all payable at the ime of the sale, the following described real property in the County of Humboldt, Stale of California, to-wlt: That portion of Lot 1 of the Hansen Tract, as per Map thereof recorded in Book 7, Page 23 of Maps in the office of the Counly Recorder of said County, descr bed as ollows: BEGINNING at a point on the West line of said lo , distant Northerly thereon 210 feet trom the Southwest corner of sa d lot, and running thence East and parallel with the South line of said lot, 126,00 feel; thence North at right angles 220 feet; thence West and parallel with the South line of said Lot, 133.46 feet to the West line of said lot; thence along said last mentioned line South 6 degrees 0 minutes East 71.39 feet; and South 149,0 feet to the point of beginning. , SAID SALE will be made Without ovenant or warranty regarding title, ossession or encumbrances to satisfy he obligations secured by, and pur- uant to the power of sale conveyed n that certain Deed of Trust executed y WAYNE K. AKIN and MYRNA L. KIN, husband and wife as Trustors, o HUMBOLDT LAND TITLE COM- ANY, a California corporation, as rustee, In favor of PAUL S. BORGEN nd ARVILLA B, SORGEN, husband nd wife as joint tenants and recorded ugusl 10, 1959 under Recorder's Serial o. 13133, in Book 547, Page 483 of fflcial Records ol Humboldt Counly, fate of California. Dated: March 27, 1962. HUMBOLDT LAND TITLE COMPANY as Truslee. By: M. E. ARNOT, President. 3/30-J/6, 13, IB (5) No. 1S327 * OTICE OF T1M D E eP 5ET FOR PROVING WILL AND HEARING APPLICATION FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION WITH THE WILL ANNEXED. Superior Courl of the State o Cal Â· ornla for the County of Humboldt. In the Mafter of the Estate of MABEL VIRGINIA SKINNER, a so nown as MABEL V. SKINNER, MABEL KINNER, MABEL SCOTT SKINNER nd MABEL S. SKINNER, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that LLAN D PETTINGILL has 'tiled ereln a PETITION FOR PROBATE F WILL AND FOR LETTERS OF DMINISTRATION WITH THE WILL ANNEXED reference to which Is hereby made for further part cu ars, and that he lime and place ol hear ng the some 962 at 9:30 a. m.. In the Court Room 1 Department No. 1 of said Court, In he Court House, In the City of Eureka, allfornla. Dated: April 9, 1962. FRED J. MOORE, JR., Clerk ol said Court. By DORIS T. PATTERSON, Deputy clerk. MITCHELL HENDERSON, ,,orneys for Petitioner. 4 / i 2 ( i 3 i M ( s No. 15306 Dept. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS Superior Court of Ihe State of Call- ornla for the County of Humboldt. Estate of FRANK GISCH, Deceased. Notice Is hereby given by the under- nned Admlnlslrator of the estate of RANK GISCH, deceased, to the redltors of and a 1 persons having lalrns against the laid decedent to eave them with the necessary vouchers w thin six monlhs af er the first pub- atlon of Ihls notice In the office ol ie Clerk of the above entitled Court t the Courthouse, Eureka, California, r to exhibit them with tha necessary ouchers within six months after thi rst publication of this notice to the dmlnlstralor at the aw offices of M t- hell Henderson, attorneys for sa d Administrator, 614 Seventh Street, Eu- eka, California, the piece lor the ransaction of the business of said state In said County. Date of first publication of this notice: March 30 ,1942. W. L. WALLACE 1 Administrator of the estate of FRANK GISCH, deceased. MITCHELL HENDERSON, Attorneys for Admin strator. 3/30--4/6, 13, 20 (S) Music Lesson 1 DEATHS AND 1 FUNERALS y 4 MSS^S^^^^S^^Alf^^i^^AiSw VANN, ALBERT B. -- Monday, April 9, 1962, in Seattle, Wash. Husband of Victoria Vann. Father of Patrick, Ellen, Mary Lou, all of Seattle. Brother of A. E. Vann of Eureka. A native, of Eureka, age 69. GAMBI, MRS. JEANNE CAROLINE -- Thursday, April 12, 1D62, Eureka. Mother of Miss Sue Carol Albrecht of Eureka. Daughter of Mrs. A. Elzore. Barnum of Eureka. Sister of Mrs. Helen (Larry) Williams, Mrs. Hazel (Malhew) Santino, both of Eureka and Mrs. Ruth . Hoisington of Albany, Calif, Niece of Harold C. McFarlan of Eureka and Mrs. Annie Wilkins of Berkeley. A native of Berkeley, Calif., age 42 years. Services will be held at Pierce Mortuary at 11:00 a. m. Saturday, April 14, 1962 with Reverend John L. Thompson officiating, lo be followed by private inurnment. HIBLER, MARY ANN -- April 12 1962, Palo Alto. Daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hibler of Palo Alto, formerly of Eureka. Sister of Michael, Roger, Paul Hibler all of P?Jo Alto. Niece of Fred Hibler of Eureka, Walt Hibler of Bayside, Lucille Friscia and Wilma Bradford of Sonoma. She is survived by other relatives. A native of PeJo Alto, age 8 years. Services will be held at Pao Alto on Monday. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. BIRTHS 1 GENERAL HOSPITAL Atterbury, Mr. Mrs. Donald 4860 Myers Ave. Girl, Apri 7 Diamond, Mr. Mrs. Thomas 1510 G St. Twin Boys, April 8 Vess, Mr. Mrs. Bob 4041 Campion Rd. Boy, April 8 Gallaher, Mr. Mrs. Terry 3225 Elizabeth St. Girl, April 8 Bassette, Mr. Mrs. Roger 1631 McCullen Ave. Boy, Apri 9 TRINITY HOSPITAL Crockett, Mr. Mrs. Lloyd P.O. Box 2074, McKlnleyville Boy, April 5 Heath, Mr. Mrs. John 929 Newman Rd. Girl, April G Paita, Mr. Mrs. Joseph 2750 G St. Girl, April 7 Lay, Mr. t Mrs. James 4855 Boyd Rd. Rocha, Mr. Mrs. John 1768 Slakes Lee Ave. Girl, April 8 Cook, Mr. Mrs. Raymond Jr. Rt. 3, Box 596 Girl, April 8 Rohrbach, Mr. Mrs. Allen 1826 Iverson St. Boy, April 9 Babich, Mr. Mrs. Albert 1931 Daniels St. Girl, April 10 Ketchum. Mr. Mrs. Michael 1427 Murray Hd. Girl, April 10 Nelson, Mr. Mrs. George Star Rt., Trinidad Boy, April 11 Alexander, Mr. Mrs. Elmer 248 Union Girl, April 10 HMouthmr* 20 R a t, b |t 15 Skin disorder 22ReUln 16 Roman bronie 2! Snatch 17 Wash 24 Kant imrpim. 34 Killed U Passage in 35 Viol cart the brain 20 Trojan queen 26 Equal scores 37 Figures of 43 Bell sound. Â· 21 Of Cico holders 27Flngorpart speech Â« Kind ol drum 22 Owned 280ceÂ«n 38 Notes of the Â·Â«"Â»";. 23Crush movement ..scale ^ '12S*L. 28 Canadian city 29 Poems 30 Sounded like a 31 RÂ»" "way 32 Help _ 33Halll IT 34Snowvehlclo __ 36 Insects _, __ Vienna Woods" . _ 41 Relict 23 24 25 1 Â· 44 Woodwind .... Instrument 30 48 Upon 1 MStrrr 53" M Hcavon" 55" "*~ HM 61 Heredity tmlt _Â£_J 62 Employ ' |i(T Bain addition . 1 E4WorkuniU ~ Â« Â« 1 55 Worm .,- -- 59RodentÂ» 0 ' r ~| 1 Pull Bl 2 Speed contest n ~ * avuti ^ 41Earnings 49Prosecuto r 18 17 | 8 19 10 11 iTT 1 FT r+Ur -- Wn -- I gn 1 1 IT" : " HF Â·fn iiP~~TM -- WH w w r "FTT"^ tff 1 r PI 1 " a. 1SC " Jlira NEWSPA BOTERPiClSK ASSN. 1USINESS SERVICES BUSINESS SERVICES 3'JSINESS SERVICES \ A n \/~\ir \ A /i \r\ A director for WHO'S WHO in the Humboldt . Arfs Crafts AREA Â· p ro f ess i ons Air Ambulance Air Ambulance comparable to ground ambulance rales. 3 new airplane! lor 1963. Also airplane sales, leases, rentals, charier. HI 3-50H. PIERCE FLYINO SERVICE Alterations Dressmaking Alterations DressmaKlns, Tailoring, Me cnlne Embroidering, Hemitltlcnlno, But Ion and Buttonnoles. The Cameo Fashion Shoppe 710 Fifth St. HI 3-2WO Aii to. Glass McBHIDE MOTORS AUTO GLASS INSTALLED 91fi Broadway, Eureka HI 3-738? Bail Bonds EUREKA BAILBOND CUT RATE LOWEST RAU-S 8. FASTEST SERVICE Across Ihe street from the jail HI 2-5795 ANYTIME IT you want to get sprung oil RAY GEHUNG 14 4th St., Eureka HI 3-1606 -- PAUL WILLIAMSON -)an Hoys Bail Bond Agency HI i-tni. Bottled Water Spring and Distilled HI 3-30M INgerioll 4-Â«ll .Â· W 1*W 1 W^VW^VWWV^'N'V*VÂ»*1/WW'A*' BIRTHS 1 ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL Ballew, Mr. Mrs. James Rt. 1, Box 475 A, Bayside Boy, April 6 Chrlstensen, Mr. Mrs. James 2133 California St. Boy, April 7 Flores, Mr. Mrs. Ramon 2407 Ohio St. Girl, April 9 George, Mr. Mrs. Donald 1020 E St. Girl, April 10 Bradshaw, 1 Mr. 8: Mrs. Winford 944 N St. Girl, April 11 REDWOOD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Poli, Mr. Mrs. Louis Hydesville Boy, April 6 Seiber. Mr. Mrs. Texas Eureka Girl, April 6 Button, Mr. Mrs. William Fortuna Boy, April 6 Tamo, Mr. Mrs. Lino Fortuna Girl, April 6 Arnold, Mr. Mrs. Milfred Fortuna Boy, April 8 Younger, Mr. Mrs. Warren Bio Dell Boy, April 9 Taylor, Mr. Mrs. Jim Rio Dell Boy, April 9 Kennedy, Mr. Mrs. Jack Eureka Girl, April 10 Want Ad Index Airplanes ]" Antiques and Jewelry 12; Autos lor Sale ]Â« Auto Paris 15a Auto Servicing and Repair 15? Autos, Trues for Rent 1*' Autos and Trucks Wanted W Bicycles and Motorcycles 155 Births 1 Amusamenti - Â· Â· " Boats and Outboards 12' Brokers 80 Building Supplies "0 Business and Industrial 93 Jusiness Opportunities Wanted .... 101 iuslness Opportunities 1 M Business Rentals ^ Clubs and Lodges 17 Cottages and Cabins 70 : arm Implements 1" Farm Produce 'Â· -- 1 1' Feed and Saed 11B =lats and Duplexes 65 FrÂ«e Merchandise 1SJ Garaflii '3 Gravfil, Dirt Moving 133 Guns and Gun Repair 13' Help Wanted Men 53 Help Wanted Women 52 Help Wanted Men-Woman 5-t Â·tomes for Sal* -. B? Homes with Acreaoe 85 HomÂ« Building 63 Â·tome Furnishing! 1J9 Â·louselrntleri 163 Â·louses for Rent -- 67 n Apprccletlon 9 Income Property 9' Insurance - 108 nvestments -- -- 1M Land and Acreage 86 Livestock 119 Logging Equipment 137 Lost and Found IS Lots lor Sale 81 Uachlnory and Tools 138 Carriage Licenses 7 Money Wanted 105 Moving and Storage 4B Musical Instruments 140 Nurseries Cardan Supplies ui Pets and Supplies . 120 IN APPRECIATION 9 "CARDS OP THANKS ARE GOOD FORM" --Said Emily Posti "Cards of Thanks" may be uied appropriately to lhank frlendi ot Ihi decuattd. "In Mtmortam" and Mali Notices afford fr'andi the opportunity to send approprialt mmiott to the family of ma diceaied. To Insert Cards of ThÂ»nki, In Memor- tarn Mets Notices, Memorial Dedication, on thli pacm, phone HI 3*m , Ext. 704 and nsk for Eva Edwards. She will Gladly attitl y*u wlln nolohii Information rtgirdlng correct wording. LIST YOUR SERVICE IN THIS DIRECTORY 3 Llnes-7 days * ^3Â° a Lines-1 month $u.JO 3 Lines contract rate-- 1 month $11.70 Phone Hi M711 - Ext. 207 Chimney Cleaning Licensed Chimney Sweep. Eavas troutf cloanlng, repairing and odd |obs. HI 3-7V22. Commercial Refrigeration BARKER'S R E F R I G E R A T I O N Contractors - Commercial Refrigeration 1119 Jlh SI. HI 3-3008 Custom Farming PLOWING, DISCING, LEVELING, bach till, lot clearing, rotary culling. F. E. LEE, 1940 "S" St. Phone HI 3-3501. Dry Wall Construction Taping, texturing. Quality work reasonable rales. Free estimates. D. L. Breek- ner. HI 3-2917. Excavatnig EXCAVATING, BACKHOE WORK, SEPTIC TANK. EARL LEACH. HI 3-Â«57. House Moving HOUSE MOVING Our Specially. Call HI 2-4S1I lor a Free Estimate. A. C. JOHNSON, House Movers. 3134 North Highway 101, Eureka. LOST FOUND IB CLASSIFIED LOST AND FOUND Anyone finding keys, glasses or lost articles, may bring them to (ho COURTESY SERVICE Counter at Eureka Newspapers whera ^wncr may claim! Found: 1 small Brown blacK dog. HI 3-5383 alter 5 p.m. OST -- Fernnle German short hair. Children's pet. REWARD. VA 2-1993 Found: Men's dark rimmed bifocals. April 12. flth G Parking lot. Claim al Eureka Newspapers, Losl Found.* Lost -- Small black female part Cocker and Basset. Very crooked front legs. Reward. NO B-M16. AMUSEMENTS . 19 Card Party -- Given by Dows Pralrlc Grange. Friday, April 13. Games at 7:30 p. m. Cards 8i30 p. m. Babe Ruth Benefit Turkey or Hen Shoot At Flcldbrook, Anrll ISIh. 10, -- 4. Follow the signs. PUBLIC GAMES Friday, April 13, 8 p. m. Veterans Memorial Building, Eureka. CARD PARTY at Freshwater Grange-Saturday, April Hfh. Games 7:30 -- Cards 8:30. HUMBOLDI GRANGE, SPRULE HOINI Card Party Every Tuesday Games, 7:30 -- Cards, 8:30 PUBLIC GAMES EVERY WEDNESj DAY at B P.M. Eafllas Hall, 131? California Street. P p B m. Moose hall, 107 Fifth Siree . Eureka. Miniature bowling Is fun. Ages 6 lo 60. Complete Birthday Parties. MINI-BOWL 2375 Harris HI 2-5617 PERSONAL NOTICES 23 Dan Hays Bail Bond Agency We do not want all of the business, JUST YOURS. For fest friendly service by prolflsslonal ball agents call our office al HI 2-*7fl9 anytime. We ure on duly nlte and day everyday and are B! near to you as the telephone. You are guaranteed the finest service and treatment at all times. Our rates are competitive with any In town plus you get the best service available. Dan Hays Bail Bond Agency Call HI 2-6789 anytlmp. 515 J St., between 5th and 6th MOVING AND StORAGE Free Estimates HI 3-3161 'N *Â«Â» Pacific Telephone construction man in Palo Alto would tr^rle with same in Eureka area. VA 2-14B3. -- LENTHN SPECIALS -- 323 F Street, Eureka HI 2-Â«34 Peanul brittle. . Peanut butler. . or |ust plain PEANUT RATE1 DRINKING PROBLEM? Alcoholics Anonymous HI 3-3161. PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR HI 2-4B20 Buller's the friendly Texaco. *i?S Broad- days B to 8. HI 3-5300. Locks need repairing? Insure your sa sty St. HI 2-7177. Across from bank. WIDE MOUTH GALLON JARS-4 (or 2Sc -- at LlttlB Joe's Burger Farm. We now give s H Green Stamps with nil repairs. Lron'sBrahc and Muffler, 5th -- at Broadw.iy. HI 3-3703, "TOAST to the TOURIST". . . Breakfast In the FLAMINGO ROOM at WALT'S, 2331 B'dway, HI 2'Â»769 UNWAN1EO HAIR Removed pormanontly. Ettollo Hemen way. R E., 433 Henderson St. HI 3-09J4 A mcnl -- that's real CHINESE OR AMERICAN Canton Cafo 61 W 4lh HI 2-31M Baby Silting by hour or day -- Also professional Ironing -- my home, Real GOLD GETTER Wid your Wallet with rxlra cash by selling the Wnnl Ad oppfirlunlly lo sell all klndt of hunting equipment. Whether you wnnl to buy, srll, trnrto fr "cnl-Tlmet- Slnndnrd clMUfldn Adt will do tha )nh for you. .ownmower Sharpening LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED EUREKA SAW WORKS 1829 Fourth St. HI 2-9160 via chine Shop Hansen Machine Welding Works Metallilng -- Gluer Roll Grinding 7th and Broadway HI 2-2917 Pointing PAINTING -- PAPERHANGING Including Scenics Sanllas. Reasonable. John Boyce, RO 4-3714, RA 5-3845. BAY PUMP B, IRRIGATION For all pump supplies r tapirs VA 2-44'0 days -- VA 3-4261 nights. Tire Recap Sales MULKY -- KOVACOVICH Commercial - 830 W. Murrey PAssenger -- 622 4th Slreef Truck Repair DAYTON MURRAY BODY WORKS Rebuilding wrecked trucks 8 specialty. 8lh and B Streets HI 2-6295 Well Drilling RICH 5, JOHNSON TE 9-2992 McKINLEVVILLE DRILLING CO. Gravel Packed Wells TE 9-1732 TE 9-?286 TE 9-1361 PERSONAL NOTICES 23 SUBSCRIBERS IN EUREKA If you fail to receive your Standard by 6:00 p.m., Ph. HI 2-17)1. Lines open till 7 p.m. on Standard. If you fail to receive y o u r Times by 7:30 a.m., phone HI 2-1 711. Lines open until 9 a.m. on Times. FORTUNA If you fail to receive your Humboldt Times by 7:30 o. m., call Mike Coletta, RAndolph 5,2077. Complaint calls token until 8:00 a. m. ONLY! If the Humboldt Standard isn't received by 6:00 p.m., call Mike Coletfa, RAndolph 5-2077. Complaint c a l l s t a k e n u n t i l 7:00 p. m. ONLY! ARCATA If your Humboldt Standard isn't received by 6 p.m., call VA 2-0162 not later than 7 p.m. If the Humboldt Times isn't received by 7:30 a.m., call VA 2-0462. Complaint calls taken until 8:00 a. m. ONLY! In Crescent City, if you do not receive your Humboldt Times please phone Clyde Stennett, INgersoll 4-3734. If no answer Phone /Nger-soil 1-3171. Complaints are taken until 10 a.m. CASH REFUNDS FOR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS The following standard-Times classified advertisers have cash returns due them. They paid cash wllh copy- got low rates for their *d and received mulls before the expiration date of their ad. Here's proof of tha fast, effective results of Times-Standard Clarified Wants Ads. Is your name listed here? Glade Campbell 403 W. Pacific, city 11* Frank M. Georoe 653 Westgafe, city 1.60 Cecil Green Rt. 1 Box 21SA, Arcflla W Robert Hack! Gen. Del., Pepperwood 1.80 Mike Henderson 1B2S 1 St., city l.as J. W. Johnson Gasquet, California 9i Ray H. McConnel P. 0. Box 96, Arcata 3.16 Oscar L. Nelson Box Â«, Trinidad W 2018 Jt St., city 96 Wm. Sheppard P. 0. BOX 4J4, Fortuni 2.28 E. L. Thompson If your name is listed atove plena come Into the Times-Standard Classified Dept., 318 E Street. Eureka, l ica Hon. we will giadly retuna the mon*y due you. TASTY HOMEMADE PASTRY) nORMA'S Murray Field Restaurant CONVERT NOW! Ooublft bnaittd mill to tingle brvntl. cd s;:.jo. VAN'S TAILORS CLEANERS, m E Sued HI 2031!. LIGHT! FLUFPYI OOLDENI MASTER'S TOAST LOAF JOBS WANTED-WOMEN 50 Day care for 1 prtichool child. My licensed homi, S837 Calif. (Orotto St. entrance.) HI 3-105*. Day work nloht bibyiltter. HI 1-58)1 Widow wilt do bÂ«chÂ»lor apt. or house cleaning, Experienced practical nur.se. HI 2-7570. Day cant for your *mail child In my hom*. Also, home typing. Rttionittli.
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