Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 16, 1962 · Page 19
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Join tfte^D million ·fimifies who ton a BUDGET BATTLE In the past 10 years, more than 20 million loans were made to American families who borrowed from HFC with a purpose! Some arranged their loans for emergencies--to pay bills or cover medical and dental expenses. Others borrowed to make home improvements or to go on a real vacation. All borrowed with confidence because of the fair, understanding assistance they received at Household Finance. You may too. Life insurance at group rate is available on all loans Ami*~J of loon * $100 200 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 MONT 24 tiaymll S 5.59 11.18 27.31 51.83 75.33 98.61 121.80 HIV PA 18 Pajmli $ 6.96 13.93 34.22 65.72 96.19 126.44 156.60 ITMENT 12 parmti 59.74 19.49 48.15 93.59 138.02 182.21 226.30 'CANS 6 tiaytatl 518/15 36.30 90.15 177.44 263.71 Above payments include both principal and thaiges, based on prompt repayment* OUSEHOLD FINANCE 507 "R" Street, corner 5th Professional Bldg., Room 103-PHONE: HI llslde 3-5045 _ Hours: 10 to 5:30 Mondny thru Ihursdrjy-10 to 7 Friday. for NEW HOME Beauty ..r.'., - / l_-^'7,v;:iH^V*V.;»tt'' during our Anniversary SALE! 60% off our regular retail price! Buy now and SAVE! Now you can have that favorite l i g h t fixture you've wanted so long simply by taking advantage of t h i s o n c e - a - y e a r SALE! You'll find Modern, Ultra-Modern, Contemporary, Early American and more . . . Look at Some of the Brand Names Lightolier Earl Lite Kenroy Susanne plus many, many more THIS MONEY SAVING SALE STARTS MONDAY, APRIL 16 C. B. 6th D Sts. EUREKA Do You Have A Plumbing Problem? CALL US '/ For Advice ® For Service Downtown Disfricf Tops Planning Cosfs Top expenditure ill the quarter- million dollar planning undcrtak- ng by Eureka Is $57,000 for the Central District Development Plan to Include the area north of Clark street from Koster to E street, north of Tenth street from B street to Cooper Canyon and northwest, of the Cooper Canyon slough from Tenth street to the Redwood highway. A representative committee of central district businessmen and property owners will be organized lo assist the City Planning Commission and the City Council in reaching policy decisions on which the plan will be based. City responsibilities will include: Surveys -- for each parcel, de- .ermine ownership and assesset valuation of land and improve ments;' for each non-residential establishment, determine name and activity of occupant, numbei uf employes, maximum number present at one time, and floor area; inventory all parking spaces and determine occupancy by cite gory (metered spaces, time-limi spaces, public off-street spaces private off-street spaces) at daily peak period: inventory assets and liabilities of appearance of cen tral district to determine how i can be made more attractive; catalog assets to be enhanced ant eyesores to be eliminated. The contractor, Livingston am Blayney, will participate 50 per cent in the latter work as well a; take full responsibility for review ing the projections of population and per capita local expenditures ·etail sales and other commer cial potential, and future floo space, parking facilities, and lane area demand prepared for Gen eral Plan; also to refine projec tions of population and per capit acal expenditures on five, 10 and i year basis. Other duties listed for the co'i- ractor.ln the report include: "Refine projections of retail ales volumes and office, personal ervice, and other non-retail com- ncrcial potential on five, 10 and 5 year basis for central district nd outlying business centers. 'Refine projections of demand determine effects Under means of improving cen-| .ral district, the contractor lists the following: Determine whether portions of district are eligible for federally assisted or unassisted urban renewal; identify effects of land cost and ownership factors on rate of new construction: analyze zoning regulations and policy to on economic HI 3-0665 Brizard Construction Hiway 101 Norlh at Indianoia Cut off HI 2-37ol Anllila's Plbg. Healing 369 Park Ave., Arula VA 23375 Edson-Dyhrberg 617 Summer St., Eureka HI 2-0198 Harold Fisher Plumbing £ Sheet Metal 627 3rd St. HI 3-3121 Al Orolh Garbervllle 0141 John Ryan Plumbing 1901 California St., Eureka HI 2-8035 City Wholesale Plumbing Co. 2255 Myrtle Avs., Eureka HI 34218 Western Plumbing 1039 B St., Eureka HI 3-2047 Don Williams Plumbing 2110 Eastern Ave.. Arcata VA 2 0506 Associated Plumbing and Heaters Contractors, Inc., of Humboldt and Del Norfe Counties Members of Slate and National Assn. of Heatrng and Plumbing Contractors 10 Percenter Convictions SAN JOSE (UPI) -Four men were convicted of grand theft :onvictions under a new state law covering "10 percenter" trust deed firms. Gov. Edmund G. Brown said the guilty verdict "will serve as a warning to promoters of phony investment deals to close up shop and get out of California. The four, former officers of the now-defunct Guardian Trust Deed Corp., were accused of appropriating more than $100,000 of in- ·estors' funds for their own use. They were David B. Sweeney, 44, Menlo Park, former president of the firm; John Tipton, 36, Wat- sonvllle, who was vice-president; Robert Azevcdo, 30, San Jose, former accountant and Sam Richard Alley, 32, San Jose, former assistant to the president. Santa Clara County Superior Judge Raymond C. Callaghan 'ound Allen guilty on two counts of grand theft and the other three on one count. Judge Callaghan set May 11 to hear a probation report and pass sentence. Grand theft carries maximum penalty of a $5,000 fine and 10 years in prison. The "10 percenter" companies were investment firms which promised investors high rates ol return. They dealt largely in rea estate mortgages. or floor space, parking facilities ind land area on five, 10 and 25 ear basis for central district and utlying business centers. 'Refine projections of demand or tourist and convention facili-j ies appropriately located in cen- tal district and their land area cquirements on five, 10 and 25 ir basis. Refine projections of floor area ind land area requirements for public buildings and grounds ap- iropriately located in central dis- rlct or in adjacent civic center on five, 10 and 25 year basis. 'Further refine land requirements (considering average num- ,,.· of stories in buildings, park- ng, landscaped areas, and other open space) for each land use category expected to be located n central district five, 10 and 25 years in the future, based on market demand, character of ex- sting development, land values, ind present and probable future development standards. "Analyze parking usage to de- ermine daily peak parking demand; project demand in accord with space projections for activities generating demand and prob- jble changes in travel habits in ;ive, 10 and 25 years. "Based on traffic model study made for General Plan, future population distribution and traf-| [ic circulation pattern shown on 1 General Plan, and Community i Renewal P r o g r a m , project through traffic that must be accommodated in central district and traffic to be generated by central district five, 10 and 25 years hence. Compare projected teak hour volumes with present and potential street capacity." health, and study capital expenditures and financial policies lo de Blood Disease in infants Diagnosed WASHINGTON (UI'I'-The Pubic Health Service said Sunday the cause of a serious blood disease in newborn infanta has been [letermined. It said scientists of the national institute of arthritis and metabolic use, public 'and private building diseases had proved ^hat the dis- arcas and heights, streets, pedes terian walks, parking areas tax capacities, plazas and other oper spaces, and landscaping. ermine genera! level of public ·eirks construction Hint can be expected. Study potential importance particular largo parcels nuclei single ownership in planning area A detailed development, plan will be prepared showing lane eases-- known as thrombocytopenie purpuura-- results from a difference blood plalelctes between a mother and her tinhorn child. Caught Short on Your Printing Needs? The greatest recorded flood dis- istcr occurred in 1888 whcr :liina's Y e l l o w River over- lowed, k i l l i n g an estimated SOU,000 people. HVMBOLDT STANDARD hen Monday, April 16, 1962. P. 19 sir Willam Henry Perkins ii 11156 discovered mauve, the first of the synthetic dyes. · LOOK FOR THE CAPS WITH THE WORLD ON THEM Louella Parsons Said improving HOLLYWOOD (UPI) -Louella Parsons, Hollywood columnist foi the Hearst headline Service, wai iported steadily improving todaj at Cedars of Lebanon Hospita where she is being treated foi shingles and mild pneumonia. By LARRY TAIJALA Besides being carriers of filth and disease, insects are food and property destroyers as well as nuisances. For these reasons, man has fought them with swatters, gases, bombs, sprays, and fire. To date he has not succeeded in eradicating even one of the thousands of varieties of the bugs thai plague him. For a while, it looked as if DDT would do the trick, but this also endangered animal and vegetable life, and the insects only built up an immunity. Now, however, scientists are working on a hormone bug-killer which would affect the insect's growth and development timetable, causing them lo grow loo rapidly or hatch too soon. The new insecticide will affect only insects and they will not be able to develop immunity to it. Good health is your most precious possession. . . . Let us help you guard it by bringing your prescriptions lo NEALE'S DRUGS . . . Here REGISTERED PHARMACISTS assure you of ACCURACY a n d DEPENDABILITY. . . . Also featuring SICK ROOM and BABY SUPPLIES. . . . Everything for milady's BEAUTY CARE also. . . . CONVENIENTLY LOCATED at 424 5th Street. . . . Neole's Drugs 424-5th St., Eureka HI 2-9212 Is this a remark that is often heard in your place of business? If this is a problem you face, let us show you the easy way to have the comfort and convenience of a first- floor powder room ... the ladies will love you for it (and so will we). LOOK FOR THIS INSIGNIA FOR ALL YOUR PLUMBING. Good Plumbing always on the job to make your life happy! PLUMBING AND PIPE FITTING INDUSTRY TRUST FUND We are at your service to meet your needs in offset printing and reproduction. Over 14 years of prompt, efficient service is your guarantee to quality workmanship. Office Forms Direct Mail Pieces · Social Printing F St. Eureka HI 3-5011 ALICE DRYER NO DOWN PAYMENT AT WARDS . PAY ON EASY CREDIT TERMS

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