Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on June 11, 1958 · Page 18
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 18

Eureka, California
Issue Date:
Wednesday, June 11, 1958
Page 18
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District 16 Be Picked Up " Mail from denlial^districts will be picked up. three (imps daily instead of once.a day'uhde'r a new post office service, William ·Lam- bert,- -Eureka postmaster, * announced Tuesday. .'--:'· "V--" Until instigation, of the addi: tional service, residential : rhail was picked up once daily' by foot carriers. Now two additional pickups will be made throughout .the day/by .truck from collection boxes , along with' the'foot carrier's pickups. . The first collection begins at 9 a.m. and will reach the Eureka post office at 11 o'clock. Air mail '.items in this · collection Vvill be on lime.lo' make the 12:15 air, mail shipment south, east and north, Lambert said. The other new pickup will last from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 o'clock, reaching 5 the .main office in time for. the 5:45 air lilt. The day-long fool carriers' completes the collec lion. · .'" : ." .· ~ · In line with Ihe'new-syslem new' hours-of-collection cards have been attached to all mai boxes within (he EUfeka citj limits, 1 Lambert said. He-added tliat the public can consult the new c a r d s - f o r exact'pickup time at-a particular box. Following is a list of the lo cations 'of'llie 82 'collection boxes in'Eureka: . Huntoon and C''streets, Wa bash and B street, Huntoo'i and A streets, California ani Hawthorne streets, Harris arii S, streets, 3.500 F street, 32 Spruce street, Manzariita an. G streets, California and Nei streets, Summer and Highlan avenue, Highland and Albee' stree Harris and Spring streets, Hen dcrsoh and E streets, Myrt! nd,Bay street.v 17th; and Me- arlane. streets) ·iiWO.Harrispn venue, County % h o s p i l.a 1, roadway, and 'Wabash avenue. Ships Loading lumber HUMBOLDT STANDARD . Wednesday, June' 11; 1958, P. 19 On Humboldt Bay roadway arid Clark street, eventh'and D ; streets, 3100 igh street,- : ' Hodgson and T streets, Har- s'and D streets, Harris ^ahd aliforhia streets, Myrtle..' and Vest avenues, 1919 Fourth .reetj Second and E .streets, eco'nd and F streets, 525 Sec- nd ' street, T h i r d and F .reel's,. Garland 'and Buhne treels; Harris and K streets, 3485 1 street, Buhrie'and S streets, ighth and B- streets, Californ- a and Cedar-streets,'Henderon and.F streets, .Trinity and I streets,- Henderson and J treets, 507 F street, Sixth and streets,..Fifth.and.E streets, svenlh and I streets, Sixth nd G streets,- Thitd and V treets, . ' ' . " ' · · ; ' " ' Second 'and K streets; 15th nd H streets,'·Wabash 'and E t r ' e e t , : Veterans' 'Memorial uilding,, llth arid '.E'.streets, iighlarid and Glcn"slr'eet,'3548 iroadway,'Myrtle and R street. fourth and. 0 streets, Third and S. streets, : Fourth I and 1 streets, llth and ,1 streets, 17th !: San Francisco (UPI). - Two teen age,.boys'have confessed to lighting a cross on the lawn of. Negro Assistant'District Attorney Cecil Poole last Thursday. . . - . " . : · ' . ' . The youths, along'with; an. other youth indirectly-,. involved, were ordered-to appear in Juvenile Court today. ; One'boy is the. 16-year-old son.of a physician and the"other .is the.·· 17-year-old son of : a dentist. They live not far from the Poole home in the K well-to- do Ingleside district. I C v W K The boys told police it- was a spur of the.- moment prank They also said they were "spr- ' ' ' ' .. . - . . . . They had originally decided to burn the cross on the. lawn of 'a 20-year-old friend. As they were planting -it on IMS lawn, the friend dashed-- out of his house and suggested they find a Negro home. They then went to the Poole home. Poole's 6-ycar : old daughter found the cross the next morning when,she and her father were settin'g,out for school. Former Eurekan arid J streets, . ' ' j 1651' Myrtle' avenue; .'1400J 'iflh' street,' Seventh -a'n'd'-'E streets,"'Ninth arid E streets; Ninth arid G'streets, Sixth, and J streets, Clark and E streets, 1634 -F' street, front of; main post .office, -Eureka H i g h school, Henderson and Albee streets,.'. Ninth .and M streets, Fifth and L streets, Foot of F street, Second and C streets, Northwestern Pacific. depot; Fifth and B streets, Fourth and G streets, Fourth-arid F streets, Fourth and E streets, Henderson Center Post Office, Albee street Post 'Office,and F streets.. Yolo Schools and Fifth Lift Curfew On Cyprus 'Nicosia-.'(DPI) -British Gov. Sir-Hugh Foot to'day-ca'utiously lifted the daylight curfew he imposed Sunday when murder- bent' Greek and''Turkish Cypriot mobs'.went .into action jagainsl each other. . But he. was ready to clamp [own again at the fir'sl sign if renewed inter-communal ifrifc that claimed six lives and njured scores?^ . ' British'troops' and. -colonial police stood ready on' every corner of Nicosia. About .10,000 of them were on .alert LOADING? DUMBER TODAY at the Oliver J. Olson and-Company and will lift 1.7 million board feet before', departing. She also will terminal for shipment to the East Coast is the Calmar-Lines vessel load at "the A. C. -Button Lumber Company in. Eureka. Yorkrn'ar.-The^'sh'ip :arrive'd last night a t .the Fields Landing dock . .: · ' , . - - . - Elvis In Nashvill£ : graduate and son of a Eureka couple has been elected super- Nashville, Rock and roller 'ElvisSPreslej drove here T u e s d a y ' f r o m ' h i s Memphis home lo ; make ."his first recordmgs since.his " i n duction into the army. Stra throughout the island. Tuesday, night, was'.enforced., in towns. the -curfew all major San Francisco (UPI) - Supporters of the so-called right o work initiative met Tuesday to map strategy for getting the mea.sure qualified for the November ballot. . Persons'.attending the meeting came from Northern anc Southern California. However their names .were not .disclosec "because qj'fears.df reprisals,' .1 s 'San «Franciscfl-:-'(UPI) -Theq- dor Heuss, scholarly president ; Presley,/ nearing 'the; end^bf [of West Germany,: arrives in a 'spokesman saids . Roger ·;!),'··vLa'ph'am,--former mayor -'. of -San; Francisco and chairman of_ tftej.Right to Work Committee''for-rWrthern Call- hyp-week le'\ve,' y^as" accom pariicd' by several friends.' Ife drove back to Memphis early (His 'morning after completing t h e records. 1 ; ' · ' , . : · · ' , Presley Is slated · to t report back to' the .Army .' Thursday San, Fran Cisco today . on his tour of the United States. ~ scheduled to'arrive. at San Francisco International and in the fall the Army plansiMi to send'him to'Germany; ' Ito Airport at i 5:15 p.'.'ra. p.,d.-t. Honor guard'detachments,, of Army,; Navy, : Air Force and Marine.guards will be on hand pay,him.military honors. Over 600 Youngsters}! Up f or Red Ci'Oj; Swim filed. ; I^aphairi said a supplemental filing-of names will be made on June 13.'He-said about 230,000 additional signatures would be filed. . It 'will "take 322,42 9 Valid signatures to qualify the measure. .'.."We are going right ahead to- get this issue : before the people at .the'.Novembbr general election.and all our initia- iylive"petitions will -be' filed shortly,". Lap ham said. House Refuses To intendent of schools. Martin Cabalzar, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Cabalzar, .was named to the post in election. He besled eanor K. Bandy, incumbent for the pas! 28 years. Cabalzar had been Registration f o r - t h e second ,wo-week section of the : Ameri- ian · R e d ' C r o s s "Learn 'to Swim" program will begin at 9:30 -'8:111.' Liberal Trade Bill Washington (UPl) -- The House refused !today to scuttle President Eisenhowers liberal ute.periods from 9 a.m. .to; 1 trade-biirin favor of a substi- i.m. daily.: tute measure offered by tariff Between 60 and'75 children ranging,frpm,nori:SwirnmerS(to Saturday 'at .the, tu advanced;-are taking the ; m- rekaliigh school-gymnasium: stfuction work' in each period '. Youngsters are youngsters were signed in Red Cross trained instructors, the swimming lessons current- five-year .extension of the re Columbia, S. C. (DPI) -- Lt. ly underway live days a.week working under the supervision ciprocal. trade program Gov. Ernest F. Hollings led viral the high school pool. of an. adult water safety · Some 150 .youngsters were tually all the way structor, Karl Mahler, director, turned 'away last week as reg from Tuesday's three The.House voted down a sub- Clarksburg public school mocratic primary race for gov- to maximum numbers. but it appeared today Richard M. Simpson (R-Pa.) de- work with some 1,000 children The second two-week lessor that position he was principal signed to reverse the nation s during the summer swim cam program will begin on June 23 and district superintendent of with former educator Donald liberal paign. The public is invited lo Red Cross officials stated. The the Gait'elementary school dis attend and watch the classes. classes are offered in 30 mm tnct for ten years. iiliiiillii TWO OF THE THREE VESSELS tied up alt The Pacific tion Company, arrived last night: to load lumber Lumber.Company/ Fields Land.irig are the Coast ' shipment to-the Hawaiian Islands. The Ewing is on Guard Cutter Ewing (left) and the'Mary Olson; lumber Humbold Bay relieving the Cutter Avoyel, which is ship, right. The Mary Olson, owned by 'the Oliver J. undergoing periodical maintenance at the same dock. Olson and Company and chartered'to Matsoh Navig'a- · , . Humboldt Man Killed In Oregon Accident SOME 600 YOUNGSTERS collected recently at the Eureka High school gymnasium lo regisler for the free Red Cross "Learn To Swim program currently- underway. This Saturday more children will be able to register for the second two-week daily program beginning June 23. Registration will begin at 9:30 a. m. About 60 to 75 children are iaught during each 30 minute period. HUMBOLDT -RESIDENT Bobby Shelby, Redcrest, was one of. three persons killed yesterday afternoon near Grant's Pass, Oregon, when his auto struck a tree. Two other persons in the car were-hurt. Dead are Shelby, 32, Dorothy Mae Willard, 37 Glen'dale, Oregon, and Jack Haulk, address-unknown. The-injured are Donald Clemence, 26, arid Patricia Gaffney, 38, both of Grants Pass. --(UPZ Teiephoto.) Three persons : were ^killed, ncludirig a Redcrest resident, and two olhers seriously injured at 4 p. m. yesterday when .he car in 'which 'they were riding slruck a Iree^fpur miles north' of 'Grants:Pass, Oregon. Dead are Bobby Shelby, -32, Redcrest; Dprothy Mae Willard, 37, Glendalel Oregon, and Jack .Haulk. The, injured are Donald Clemerioe, 26, ant! Patricia Gaffney, 39, bolh of Granls Pass. Shelby, a millworker for · the Englewood Lumber 'Company at Redcrest. Shelby had recently been released from a Eureka hospital following an injury on'the job: He is survived 1 by his wife, Lillian. His mother and sister reside ini Star City, Arkansas Most disastrous train wreck in the United Stales at Nashville, Tenn., July 9 The , car was- owned by 1918, when 115 were killed. FIVE-DAY FORECAST San Francisco (UPI) - Five- day weather forecast for Northern California: Few w i d e scattered showers at beginning of period but no precipitation olherwise; temperatures below normal inland early in period but near normal otherwise; norm?! minimum' - maximum occurred Sacramento 56-85, Red Bluff 62-89, Eureka 51-60, Santa Rosa 47-80, Blue Canyon 49'69.

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