Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 14, 1962 · Page 2
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 2

Eureka, California
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Saturday, April 14, 1962
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LENTEN MESSAGE By The Rev. Dr. Ben Mohr Hvrbster President The United Church of Christ Written for UPI In every year ia every place Lent should call people to repent* enc-o and faith; 1962 and America are no exceptions. The hatred, prejudice, p o v e r t y , injustice, crime, immorality found on our doorsteps express the sin of our world. Part of the guilt for that sin is yours and mine. Beyond that, unless our consciences are cal- l"iioJ, we know that as individual men and women there is a · · n . - i i uulf between what each of us resolves and what any of us rirnievcs; between the way of and the way we live. How '·:MI v.e fail to cry out: "God be merciful to me (and to us)!" Bu! confession, if it is to be Mhcerc, must be followed by ih.'mt-o. Coofrition that does not eventuate in transformation is hollow. But. to change our ways is so d i f f i c u l t ! It was true in the First Century and is still true in Ihe Twentieth Century that the evil we would uui do, we do; the good which \vt? t would ci), we do not. \Vhee i? there help and hope? Our hope in every age is in f a i t h in God as God reveals himself in Jesus Christ. So beyond re- pentence we- must turn to God, {·M- in Him "we are more than conquerors." This faith in God is the source of the new life awaiting- every one of us in 1962. This new life Lent can bring to us in America and everywhere. Believe/torMrf/ MAUSOLEUM BUILT B/ THE 10TM DUKE OF HAMILTON in Hamilton, Scotland, WAS A REPLICA OF THE TOMB OF THE ROMAN EMPEROR HADRIAN AND COST$650,OOO ·H4- © line Future* SjneiejU, Ine^ 1963. World risht COLLECTOR THE PHORUS A MOLLUSK EMITS A -STRONG- GLUE WITH WHICH IT ATTACHES TO ITSELF THE SHELLS OF OTHER MOLLLISKS JEAN BAPTISTS j DARRIGRAND i A COURIER f or Bayonne, France, RODE FROM BAYONNF TO CADIZ. SPAIN, A DISTANCE OF 682 MILES IN 87 HOURS (1846 "We're now OPEN SUNDAYS (Henderson Center Only) HOURS: 10 A.M. TO 4 P.M. LOOK AT THESE S P E C I A L S LARGE SIZE Plush Easter Rabbits OFF WE NOW HAVE A LARGE SELECTION OF FILLED EASTER .BASKETS, COME IN AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION NOW! STRAW HATS These are the ever popular wide brim- fringe edge. Reg. 59c STRAW MATS The ideal thing for lying on the beach or * pa«o with -- double size. Reg. 2.19 . . . . I · Mom! See our selection of lovely Easter Spring hats for the little lady in your house . . . we have a wide selection in all prices. EASTER CARDS FLOWERS As usual, you can always find just what you're looking for in the way of Easter cards . . . and if you haven't thought of it, our artificial flowers are just right for beautifying your Easter table. Gladioli Bulbs Men's Boys' HIGH TENNIS SHOES Theso are fine quality shoes, long lasting . . . the kind you would expect to pay as much at 4.98 for. 2 98 """""'FISH FERTILIZER Just what tho lawn doctor ordered and at this vory low price . . . Rog. 1.90 Gallon 1 49 BEAUTIFUL AIRLINE STYLE An ideal gift for Easter or for tho coming graduating student. MEN'S LADIES' FINE LEATHER WALLETS 3.98 6.95 2.98 4.98 Reg. 5.00 SPECIAL .. Rg. 10.00 SPECIAL .. Rig. 3.98 SPECIAL.. Reg. 7.50 SPECIAL.. WE ARE THE REDEMPTION CENTER FOR SEGO COUPONS Broke Or Merely Bored! .*. Why Is Grace Retiring To Movies! movie attire, or 01 accord- pot ha: Her from irk paper a the di By ERSKINE JOHNSON HOLLY\VQOD - (NBA) Princess Grace-^'(Kelly's) return -- Hard up for cash merely bored? -- pushed the Algerian war to the back pages French photo magazines, ing to reports from Paris. What will happen when Highness arrives and goes to woi in Hollywood?. It will be heralded and conducted, I imagine, at level somewhere between the last British coronation and the premiere of "Ben Hur." She could say, of course, "This isn't Monaco. I'm just a working gal -- Grace from Philadelphia |-- so let's forget the regal bit." ·But movie press agents are impressed with protocol and even ii she demands civilian status her typical working day, if she isn' careful, could turn, out to bo like this: Black linousine with d r a w n shades and the royal crest o] Monaco arrives at the studio gate. The studio gateman, with the new title of "Captain of the Guard" and wearing one of ' son Eddy's old uniforms, swings open the gate. 'Her Highness has arrived," he then telephones to Stage 10. As the limousine drives slowly to Stage 10, a 21-cannon salute shakes the studio, awakening several writers already asleep at their desks. A lackey on the roof of the sound stage unfurls the flag of Monaco and runs, it up a 50-foot standard. As the limousine pulls up and stops at the stage door, two guards also wearing old Nelson Eddy uniforms, come to attention and present arms. Then they stand motionless outside two little candy cane-striped guardhouses. They are. replicas of those at the entrance to the palace in Monaco. Princess Grace enters the sound stage to a fanfare of trumpets, followed by a David Rose recording of "You Gotta Be in Pictures." Following the red carpet leading to her dressing room, she acknowledges the bows and curtsying of the cast and the crew. Electricians and carpenters are wearing morning coats and gray striped trousers. There-, is a star .and the crest of Monaco on the dressing room door. . . Three ladies-in-wailing (from wardrobe, hairdressing and makeup) follow Princess Grace into the dressing room and the door is shut by another lackey (an MCA agent) who then stands out- Ne l, engraved side at rigid attention. Except;for the. crew's formal i, the usual morning activity in the film set is different only at the coffee stand. The large flame - blackened coffee is been replaced by .a, silver service. The men are drink'mj gold-crested china instead of cups. As Princess Grace emerges from resslng room, ready for work in the film "Mamie," director Al(red Hitchcock takes her hand aw leads her to the camera. The marks on the floor where she wil stand in the first shot of the day are painted in gold, not chalked Lunch on the set is catered by "Prince" Mike Romanoff, the ·estaurateur arid-only other Hoi lywoodite with a "title," Or as Mike, always say, "I'm the onlj phony in Hollywood." Lunch is followed by viewing of the pre vious day's rushes. Princess Grace sits, of course, in a roya box, loaned by MGM. Visitors to the set during the afternoon hours are admitted by card. As Her Highness leaves the studio at day's end, the "in dence" flag is lowered at precisely the same moment as the royal limousine drives out the studio gate. So don't let it happen, please, Grace. Poppy Day Dates Set May 27,28 By Legionnaires rvmmittees are being organized by the American Legion Auxiliary, Fort Humboldt Post No.''212, for the annual observance of Poppy Days, to be heldTriday and Saturday, May 25.. and 26. Poppies, made in hospitals and workshops where the suffering of war still exists, give many men their only productive pastime, while providing occupational therapy having a high value in terms of patient morale. American Legion Auxiliary members distribute the. poppies hrough volunteer workers who ffer them to the public as a memorial to our war dead, and an aid o the war-stricken living. The en-: tire proceeds of poppy days goes to disabled American veterans or members of their families. 'Any member wishing to serve in this cause may contact either of the poppy program co-chairme,n, Mrs.. Joe Kyeek, HI 2-6540, br Mrs. George Ellgoss. HI 3-0727. NATIONAL OBITUARIES NEW YORK (UPD-Mfs; $»na line Holl Duke, 90, widow, of Lo aacco tycoon James Buchana Duke and mother of Doris Duke died Thursday in her hotel apar ment here, it was disclosed Fr LONDON (UPll'-Sir Herbei William Emerson, 80, former gov ernor of the Punjab in British In dia and administrative head war refugee relief organization 'or the League of Nations an United Nations, died here Thurs day. GLENDALE, Calif. (UPH -- Fu neral services were held hei Friday for. Academy Award win ning film director Michael Curti Cujtiz, 75, who difected.iiear] 90 Hollywood movies, died of can cer Tuesday at tu. North Hpjty wood;,Calif.,'.home? He:«oja : th Academy Award in'1943 for hi direction of "Casablanca." WINCHESTER Va. (UPD Elizabeth Miller Byrd, 71, sistei resi- in-law of Sen. Harry F. Byrd D-Va., died here Friday (ollovvin a long illness. JACKSON, Miss. (UPI) - Jack son attorney Colin L. Stockdale 54, whose brother, Grant, is th U.S. ambassador to Ireland, die Friday. LAST DAY-fiom FIRST MATINEE ONLY! "A DOG OF FLANDERS" COMEDY and CARTOONS ~~ -- Them wiuiuHOLDEN cunonWEBB and ... INGRID BERGMAN "GOODBYE AGAIN" TOMORROW! at BOTH THEATRES ARCATA and FORTUNA SPECIAL! "PINOCCHIO" .MATINEES' ·;;. MONDAY and TUESDAY --o- DOORS OPEN 12:45 -o- Henderson Center TOMORROW! Continuous from 12:45 -fa ^AT A DlLLYoFA DILEMMA FOR THIS " DEBUTANTE/ Should she KISS-OFF the guy her family wants her to love. ' ( V ...or Kiss the one her family hate!!! Your heart will sigh... s and scream with laughter.. when the world's KOOKIEST CUPID takes a hilarious hand /, PETER USTINOV SANDRA DEE JOHN GAVIN ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! BEST SUPPORT/NO ACTOR fOS ·SPARTACUS' .AK1MTAM1ROFF TECHNICOLOR 1 WALK ON^THE WILD SIDE LAURENCE HARVEY CAPIICINE JANE FONDA ANNE BAXTER IARBARA STANWYCK ·i, 1 * (*H»Um AllVM* MUAM Starts . . 1:15 3:25 5;35 7;45 10:00 ADULTS ONLYI HUMBOLDT STANDARD laturday, April 14, 1962, P. 2 Glen Ora Weekend For Kennedy Clan M1DDLEBURG, Va. (UPI)-Ttie. 'resident's'wife and two children are spending the weekend at Glen Ora; the family's rented country estate, just outside of Washington. Mrs, Jacqueline Kennedy 'and Caroline, 4, and John Jr.. I, drove here Friday. The President is ex. peeled to join them tonight when he returns from a two-day ruise off the Virginia Capes vhere he has been observing na- r al maneuvers. N.B.A. NEW YORK (UP1) -- The Na- lipna.1 Basketball Association, cur- enlly a ninQ-teara circuit, oper-. ated with 17 teams divided into i\ree divisions during the 1949-50 eason. . . · H'*·_" I · · PHJHF \M T. " LAST DAY -from 12:45 FIRST MATINEE ONIYI ··SMILEY SETS, A;GUN"' COMEDY and CARTOONS Tlwm ROCK HUDSON Doms DAY TONY^NDALL TO DAWN SHOW i 5 -GREAT FEATURES - 5 WILLIAM H015EN GRACE KEILY FREDHIC MARCH M mm mm BRIDGES AT tINO WILLIAM ICROSBY-HOLDEN-KELLYJ iy COUNTRY GIRL · Feature Times · GORGO · 7:00 1 2:15 A.M. COUNTRY GIRL · 8:20 WALKING TARGET · 10 P.M. OKLAHOMA · 11:20 TOKO-HI · 12:30 SUNDAY - MONDAY -TUESDAY! JHF JOHH DOlORtt *" PLUNDERERS Bkl^lJIf I Continuous NOW! from 12:45 LIT HOLDS POWERS BEYOND BELIEF... IT PERFORMS FEATS BEYOND DESCRIPTION! em The Battle Waged By The Magic Sword Against The Dread Seven Curses! /, Magic Sword I BASILRATHBONE ESTELLEWINWOOD ' GARY LOCKWOD ANNE HELM ' toe^ajt, BERNARD SCHDENFELD I Pitted ml Directed 1] BERT L GORDOB y 1 2 15 5 0 0 - 7 4 5 and 10:30 P.M. BIG TO^ PLUS *RAMA! AND TEE IOHX UPTON-MIKE McCRECVEy MN KEEfM "THI ClOWN AND THE KID" · I'lO · 3ii5 · 6:40 · 9i55 SPECIAL MATINEE 12:45 P.M. MONPAY-ONCt ONIYI

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