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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 10

Eureka, California
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Saturday, April 14, 1962
Page 10
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.HUMBOLDT STANDARD Saturday, April 14, 1962, P. 10 THE FAMILY CIRCUS, by Bil Ketine "Never mind the magic words, open this door!" Dutch Prepared To Give-Up New Guinea Navy Armada Gives Show For Kennedy ABOARD T H E C R U I S E R NORTHAMPTON AT SEA (UP! -More than HO ships and 40,00 men formed n vast armada of the Nnrlii Carolina coast today ( Rive President Kennedy a mas.siv demonstration of U.S. land, sc and air power. The President was ready lo re view 4U of Uie Atlantic Fleet ship drawn up in two columns. Immediately afterward, he wa lo go by helicopter to Hie nuclear powered carrier Enterprise U watch naval exercises 40 mile. southeast of Cape Lookout, N.C. The operation was to include demonstration by Navy men ant Marines of aerial firepower, anti submarine warfare and ampiiibi ous assaults. Kennedy, the steel crisis behin him, jovially entertained a group of lop government, military anc congressional leaders at dinnei Friday nighl aboard the Norlh ampton. The party dined as Ihe command ship cruised out of Norfolk and down (he East Coast toward today's maneuvers. THE H A G U E , Holland U P I The Netherlands cabinet is read; to transfer New Guinea to Indo ne.sia providing the United Nation. 'Mianintces self-determination to the Papuans and sends a strong nbserver corps there, well-in fnrmod sources said today. The Dutch expect both acting t'.M. Secretory General Thant ant the United Stales to show under standing for Ihc Dutch view thai Hniland must keep its pledge to Hie Papuans to give them the free choice of independence, the sources said. Friday night, after a 12-hour meeling, the cabinet decided not to reject the American mediation proposals drafted by former U.S. Ambassador to India Ellsworth Bunker. But il was clear that the cabinet was not ready to accept Bunker's suggestions cither. Bunker's plans suggested transfer of Dutch New Guinea to Indonesia within two years during an interim period of U.N. administration. But the plan, according to the Dutch sources, did not con- t a i n specific guarantees for self- determination for the Papuans. Inslructions sent to Holland's ambassador in Washington, Dr.j ,1. H. Van Roycn, by the cabi-i net Friday included a number of, amendments to Bunker's plans! which were drafted to get these safeguards. j The sources said the government will not change this position, even if President Kennedy and Prime Minister Harold Macmillan insist The two Western leaders last week urged Holland to accept the Bunk er proposals. The general atmosphere in the Hague in one of sharp resentmcnl against the U.S. administration Officials were reported to feel tha the United States discussed the Bunker plans with President Su karno before the Dutch even knew they existed, had them clearec with the Indonesian leader, anc only then introduced the subject in The Hague. Municipal Court Hears Four Cases Three traffic cases and on arraignment highlighted activitic: yesterday when the Eureka Municipal Court concluded activities for the week. Douglas E. Cobb was placed on probation for GO days on a charge of following too closely. Drunk driving cost Sherman Arnold $276, and Ihc same charge brought Hernice Aline Jones a fine of $276. She was also given a 90-day suspended sentence for having no operator's license. Gordon Braae was arraigned on a charge of assault with a deadly veapon. His preliminary hearing After the aerial firepower ant] antisubmarine demonstrations ai sea. the President was schedulec to speak briefly to the crew of the Enterprise and then go ashore al Onslow Beach to witness a Marine landing by helicopters anc landing craft. More than 9,000 Leathernecks were in battle dress for tile operation. ·as scheduled for April 23, and come back. A grand jury in Sai ail was set at $10,500 cash or 21,000 property bond. "did you know . . . 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Philip Mourns Hwy. 101 N'orth, Eureka Lumberman I don't like it. I've lived in Oregon and they voted il out up -here." Ernest Stover 434B Excelsior ltd., Eureka Salesman "I feel that it is on the ridicu lous side. I don't see what any one gains." Jane Durbin Eureka Unemployed 'I don't think it is necessary, t should be left as it is because vcryonc gets mixed up." Mrs, E. W. Wahlron 1570 Underwood Rd, McKinleyville, Housewife "It suits me fine because I can work in my garden.. There seems to be more hours in the day." Holy Week To Be Marked The First Baptist church of Ar ata will be offering two spccia [oly Week services building u o the observance of the resurrcc ion of Christ on Easter. First will be the presentalioi f "Via Dolorosa" or "The Wa; f Sorrows" at the 7 p.m. servic unday. Maunday Thursday wil P e marked by the performance Francisco indicted her March 14 She and David Lee Lamb, 33 San Francisco, were arrested March 15 at the Mexican border Authorities said they were re turning from a Mexican holiday. Lamb was to be arraigned here Monday on a charge of knowing a felony was committed, but'nol reporting il. While Lamb was free on ; $2,500 bail on the federal charge, he, was arrested in Los Angeles on charges o[ '-'passing, worthless, checks. Lamb is in custody of Los An- icles authorities. RHODODENDRONS 99c to 11.25 FREE DELIVERY * FREE SERVICE QUALITY and REASONABLE PRICES Tom Mintoy Chet Lamoroaux Perils Shown In Window Washing CARMEL (UPD -- Douglas Crosby of Carmel washed his windows too well. Crosby had finished cleaning the glass in his front door when the telephone rang. In his hurry to get to the telephone, Crosby thought the door was open. he crashed head first through liis clean glass and was'treated at Carmel Hospital for lacerations of the forehead and arms. by the church choir of Theodore Son Follows Dad 2 Years Later On Gallows In Home OAKLAND. (Calif. )-IUPH-A. W Hultcn, mowing his front yard glanced next door and paused. The curtain shade was draw on the basement window. Hulten recalled that on Marcl 8, I960, as he mowed Ihe lawn the same shade had been drawn - Curious, he had investigate! and discovered the body of R; maldi Calori, 72, hanging from basement beam. Now two years later, the shade was drawn again. He went to the basement anc 'ound the body of John A. Calori 45-y e a r-old teamster, hanging 'rom the same beam which his 'athcr had used two years ago. The son had stood on the same titchcn chair on which bis father lad once stood and kicked Ihe chair away as he father had. Calori's wife, who was not home vhcn the suicide occurred, told jolice her husband had never recovered emotionally from his fa- hcr's death and had been despondent about recent illness. WAREHOUSE PRICES! Broadloom Carpet FREE AT HOME SERVICE: Just call your nearest Baker Stanton store and samples will be brought to your homo . . . NO OBLIGATION. Your job will be measured and estimated FREE OF CHARGE . . . EASY TERMS ON ALL PURCHASES . . . IEAIURINO Those Heavenly Carpets by LEE'S All-Wool or 100% Nylon EASY TERMS Priced from 995 ·* iq. yd. BAKER STANTON 2nd 4 A Sis., EUREKA 3 1 5 "L" St., CRESCENT CITY LOW'S Furniture . . FORTUNA Dubois' "Seven Last Words Of Christ." Making use of reproductions oi original religious art pieces supplemented by slides, the Rev. Michael Petrillo will lell Ihe events involving Christ on his way to the Calvary. Another highlight of the Palm Sunday evening service will be the singing of a duet "On the Cross" by Rev. and Mrs. Petrillo. His morning service will be on the theme of "The Crisis anc ic Cross." The public is invited lo attend these services as well as the choral program at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, said the pastor. Soloists for 'The Seven Last Words of Christ" will be E l l e n ; Connelt,-Joyce Wakcman, sopranos; Joe tiicAl- isler, tenor; and .Jack Legate, bass. · Miss Fayc. Jackson will play the organ accompaniment while Richard Stroud will be directing. the inging. At the conclusion of the service Holy Communion will be offered. Church Women Sponsor Bazaar The ladies of the Fn'sl Cpiigre- ;ational church of .·Eureka 1 Held heir annual bazaar on Thursday at their church sfc'J. and Hodgson streets. The many .committees of he church prepared, and presided at their special 1 table displays, vhich included baked goods, fancy work, homemade quilts, plants and numerous other types of hand- vork. ..' Of special interest were the handmade and hand-upholstered ·hairs and items of furniture, hown as a part of the toy and loll exhibit. Beautiful Easier cor- ages in pastel colors added another attractive note to the displays. Climaxing Ihe day's event was a fried chicken dinner in the evening. A buffet lunch had been served at noon also. The Congregational pastor, the Rev. James Scnlcr, and Mrs. Senter were on hand to greet the members and friends of the church. Members said the bazaar proved successful. Week In Review JFK Ire Over Slee! Hike Top Domestic News; De Gaulle Victory Foreign Item None of Washington's newsmen had ever seen this President of industry. long he Steel Corp., remained calm. He toid . newsmen the increase was needed for modernization of the the United States in such an agitated mood. Only hours before U.S. · Steel lad announced that it was raising steel prices $(i a ton. Other major steel producers began to lift their prices, too. This happened after the industry and the At his televised news conference, Kennedy excoriated "a tiny landful of steel executives" who showed "utter contempt for 185 million Americans." Kennedy voiced fears of-a'new inflationary clear victory for Kennedy. By WILLIAM D. LAFFLER United Press International He was not one of the so-called 'angry" young men of literature, but he was hopping mad and chairman of Ihe United Slates mal j i whal he had fo say w remembered. spiral. In flew York, Hoger Blough But Inquiries Kcadied was planning an investigation of Big Steel. And a subcommittee in the Senate was ready to begin a n . inquiry. Then the new domestic crisis evaporated. Inland Steel of Chi cago announced it would not in United Stcclworkers Union had negotiated a no-w a g e-increase crease prices. Kaiser Steel of contract that President Kennedy San Francisco echoed Inland's lailed as non-inflationary. De Gaulle. The death sentence was expected to set off new resistance.^ Ihe OAS, which has of the..'major, producers, decided pledged''to keep Algeria. French. to rescind its price increase sentiments. Bethlehem Steel, one order. Eventually Blough's pace setting U,§. Steel surrendered. Acf/on By De Gaulle Could Save General PARIS (UPD--Edmond Jouhaut an "old soldier" who symbolizec the fight lo keep Algeria French looked today to an old comrade in-arms, President Charles di Gaulle, lo save him from Ihi guillotine. Jouhaud, a former French ai: force general and one of the ring leaders of the "generals.' revolt' in Algiers last year, was sen fenced to death Friday night fo his role as second in command o he outlawed European Secrel Army Organization (OAS) in Al eria. As the three-day trial ended anc Jouhaud turned to go to his death :ell, shouts of "vive Jouhaud' "Du long live Jouhaud) and to the gallows" rang hrough the courtroom. Oran Europeans Demonstrate In Oran, the OAS stronghold Algeria where Jouhaud was the Polmateer Gels Sentenced On Two Charges Here Stanley Polmateer, 23, of Mc- (inleyville was sentenced to state rison yesterday on charges of as- iault with a deadly weapon and mayhem. The first charges calls for irison term of from one to 1C cars, and a second for a term up to 14 years. A plea .for clemency by his at- orJiey.'-Blairie McGowan, was re- eeted by Judge D. H. 'Wilkinson i Department Two, 'of Superior lourt ..... ' . .· . · ' ' ' '·-. jpplmateer was found guilty - of liooting Ronald Bailey in a dis- 3ute at Bailey's home in Hoopa ast October. Bailey', was shot jn lie right.log and as a result, he osj. his limb. The shooting, took ' after Polmateer and Bailey's everly, · now Polmateer's came involved in a dis- lite over a proposed trip to Wil- ojw Creek. The defendant contend- d Uiat he discharged a rifle ac- identally when Bailey threw a eer can at him. |A jury look an hour to reach (decision March 29 after a four ay trial. James McKittrick, deputy dis- ·ict attorney, prosecuted the case. ifcter 'Beve ufe, beca commander of OAS forces, Euro peans demonstrated when they heard the news. Only a pardon from De Gaulle can save the stocky, 56-year-old former general from the guillo tine now. It was a cruel choice for De Gaulle, who was faced, on Ihe one hand, with the duty of dealin; ruthlessly with the OAS, and on the other, with his reluctance to condemn a former fellow-officer. If De Gaulle rejects the appeal Jouhaud--holder of dozens of med als for his valor in France's enemies--will fighting become Lhe first general or ex-general to die under Ihe guillotine since the French Revolution. Kesigned Commission Jouhaud lost bis soldier's righl to be executed by a firing squad when he resigned his commission :rior to joining with former generals Maurice Challe, Andre Zeller and Raoul Salan in leading the insurrection in .Algeria last April. Zeller and Challe are now serving jail sentences of 15 years each passed immediately after that revolt. They received light sentences because they voluntarily surrendered to authorities. Salan; like Jouhaud, was condemned to death in absentia and ·obably faces repetition of Jou- laud's fate should French secur- ly forces capture him. Jouhaud was sentenced under .he law providing death for anyone convicted ot "leading armed bands" against the stale. During lis The capitulation was seen as'a the latest Anglo-American appe'al Kennedy grinned heard Ihe news. He was no longer In Europe, France gave President ' . De Gaulle overwhelming for a controlled end to nuclear when ' he tests.' Unless Khrushchev -softens, the United States will resume atmospheric nuclear testing in the Pacific. Oscars--Sophia Loren and Max- support for his Algerian policies in a referendum. But Secret academy awards, she for her role Army Organization (OAS) attacks continued in Algeria. One of France's m i l i t a r y heroes, f ormer Gen. Edmond Jouhaud, was sentenced to die on the guillotine for bsing one of UK De Gaulle wants the nine million Moslems and one million French- own future.. Because the' French are a minority in Algeria, 'the OAS feels Europeans will suffer if Algeria becomes an independent republic instead of an integral part of France. Reservists Out In August Other major developments: trial, Jouhaud admitted lead- ng the OAS in Oran. SEQUOIA GARDENS NURSERY Recreation Is Monday, April 1C, WC2 Friendship Circle -- 7:30 p.m. · William Carson Building -Harris ".1". Eureka Municipal Golf Course -- open seven dnys a week from (lawn lo dusk - WOO "F" Street. lioss, Hammond, 20-30 and Carson Playgrounds open from ;t:;iO p.m. lo "::!() [1,111, -- weather per m i l l i n g . .Mimi'k'ipal Hand Practice -Cancelled this evening. Headline for Men's Volleyball League ICnlry _ 5:00 p. in. " NtsT u ' WHINNtr CHALMWS 'CRKHION o r t u a r y SIViNIH Al H SIBUI III Mi mil IWIK*. CAlfOKNlA Nuclear-- Khrushchev rejected dangerous low. imilian Schell won motion.picture as the anguished mother in "Two Women" and he for his characterization of the defense attorney "Judgment at Nuremberg." George Chakiris and Rita Moreno won Oscars for the best support- leaders of the OAS revolt against ing roles, in "West Side Story," adjudged the best movie of 1961. Reserves-- Kennedy announced all military reservists called to active service because', of the Berlin crisis would . be released in August, two months ahead of men in Algeria to decide their schedule, unless "the situation Maritime--The Justice Department issued an injunction that forced striking maritime workers on the West Coast return lo work for an 80-day cooling-off period. The injunction came as Hawaii's food supplies dwindled to a DR. W. W. STEWART CHIROPRACTOR Resumes Practice as of Monday, April 9th 614 F St., Eureka HI 2-1825 STEER MANURE eg. $1.34 tact'- Converts In a Jiffy for conventional mow/ng...snap off grass catcher chute. Snap on converter plate -- it directs clippings out a front side discharge -- desirable when the lawn needs mulching. Easy to change -- no tools needed. Model 7251, 21" cut BUY ON EASY TERMS See Our LAWN-BOY Advertisement 195 and up Sal. SUndard, Sun. 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