Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on June 29, 1962 · Page 8
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 8

Eureka, California
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Friday, June 29, 1962
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HUMBOLDT STANDARD Friday, Juno 2V, 1962, P. 8 Flag Sale Lauded By DAY Chapter The Eureka chapter of the Dis-1770 still lives in our hearts t ablcd American Veterans Wednes- day as fresh as it was 186 yea day night --'--'J -· --·*- YOUR BEST BUY... SHERWIN'WlLUAMS , PAINTS ANY PAINT COLOR YOU WANT... mixed in seconds on our adopted a resolution commending Eureka Newspapers. | Inc., for its Flags for Freedom Crusade. The resolution cites the com- THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Co. pariy's "firm belief that America will never lose the spirit of Teedom and that our people will never grow soft or complacent." It said "Eureka Newspapers. :nc., believes that failure lo fly .he flags on homes on national holidays is due more to lack of opportunity than to lack of pa- .riotism; and that the Spirit of son Square Garden July 21. The chapter-urged residents acquire and fly the colors. The ENI offers national an state flags at cost to make the available to all. FULLMER TAKES FIGHT NEW YORK (UPI)-Don Ful mer of West Jordan, Utah, ha signed to fight Juan (Rocky Rivero of Argentina in a 10-roun nationally-televised bout at Mad JET ALL DRAGON Fireworks Stands OPEN FOR BUSINESS SUNDAY, JULY 1st Five Youths To Attend Christian Athletes Meet Five of the area's outstanding young athletes have won the sponsorship of'three Division 20 Kiwanis Clubs to attend this sum- Tier's Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) convention August 11-18 at Estes,Park, Colo. Three Eureka High stars, Steve Jordan, Les Throssel and Bob Johnson, St. Bernard's High's Boh Allen and Phil! Gustavson, a June graduate of Arcata High, have een chosen to attend this year's session. In addition, probably two South 'ork athletes will be selected to attend under the auspices of the Garbervillc Kiwanis Club and the Redwood Kiwanis Club of Mirana. Several of the other nine clubs idicate they plan to begin spon- oring atheltes in 19G3. These in hide'dubs at Fortuna, Scotia anc (lamatli. Although Clubs at Garberville and Miranda both said they plan to sponsor a boy and are currently in the process of making their selection. The E u r e k a club is sending three boys who will be seniors at Eureka High next fall. Jordan , , , *·*!" fcooiiit; uicu appi ci,iaiiun ii is a swimming sprint star while his \ ; dedic ' a [ ed service . Tht-nCCo] ip ., tnnlrl^ .'« f n nll._1t * the FCA convention 'hich annually features severa f the nation's top collegiate oaches, is not operated by the iwanis, California clubs s p o n- ored 130 of the 152 boys who at- ended from the Golden State last Throssel is a tackle in football and an ace distance.runner on the Logger track team,and Johnson is a guard in football and plays first base in baseball. Ellen plays basketball, is a catcher in baseball and one of top golfers at St. Bernard's where he will be a junior next fall. He was elected student body vice president last spring. Gustvson graduated from Arcata earlier this month where he was an honor student and All- League halfback in football. He also played basketball and was an outstanding hurdler and high jumper in track. Gustavson is scheduled to play for the North Aug. 25 in the Seventh Annual Redwood Empire All-Star Foot- all Classic in Arcata. This quintet follows last year's Mike Redman of Eureka, Ron Maher of South Fork, Bill Fleckenstein of Arcata and Jimmy Bonomini of St. Bernard's who attended the convention. The camp at Estes Park is one of two in the United States. Another is located at Lake Geneva, Wis., and a third is planned for Silver Bay, N.Y., next summer. The FCA, working with the slogan of "inspiration and perspiration," encourages all faiths and races to attend. At Estes Park, there are chapels for the Jewish, Protestant and Catholic faiths. Retirement Fete For PGE Man Alex Duncan, an employe of tl Pacific Gas and Electric Co., w honored at a retirement luncheo at the Ingomar Club Thursda noon, and at a banquet at th Baywood Golf and Country Clu Thursday evening. The luncheo was sponsored as an expressio of the company's appreciation his faithful service, accordin to T. P. Jenkins, Humboldt div sion manager. The banquet wa given by fellow employes an friends who join the company expressing their appreciation f A native of Scotland, Dunca became an American citizen i 1919. He started to work for th company in 1939 as a mechani at the Eureka Power Plant. Wire this plant was shut down in 196C he was transferred to the Hum boldt Bay Power Plant. Duncan has been very active i the Masonic Lodge and is pres ently district inspector for thi area. His retirement plans ar indefinite, but undoubtedly the include fuller enjoyment o the friendship of his eight grand children. KNICKS SIGN PAIH NEW YORK (UPIJ--Al Butler and Donnis Butcher have signed 1962 contracts with the New York Knickerbockers of the Nations Basketball Association. Both were rookies last season. Advertisement F A T OVERWEIGHT gday Moving into your new home brings a magic moment of pride and satisfaction. Answers to these 4 questions can help make your own big buy a wise one. 1 ; How much home can you afford? Buy- ; ing a home is a big investment--perhaps the ; biggest single one you'll eyer make. So your first step is to take a long look at how much you can really afford to invest. There are basic methods for establishing the price you should pay, such as 2% times your gross annual income -- or, monthly home payments not exceeding one . week's take-home pay. But these guides can vary with individual circumstances. Perhaps you must decide whether income tax advantages offset the initial financial squeeze. Or whether home payments will add too much to a budget burdened with extra expenses. The real estate loan officer at your nearest Wells Fargo Bank can help you decide the price and payment range you can comfortably manage. 2 What does your family need most in a home? Your home should be chosen with heart as well as head, so what you "need" may range from a big shade tree to an extra bedroom. Comfortable living is important too -- ample closets, a convenient kitchen, adequate play- space. Once you've decided what you'd like best of all, start weighing the most important factors. Is a level yard for your youngsters more important than a view lot? Can you get by with two bedrooms now, plan to expand later? Will you get more satisfaction from the compact convenience of a new home, or the spaciousness of an older one? Or should you build? 3 How do you know "a good house for the money?" Whether you can judge construction or not you can determine many facts that affect a home's value. How close schools are, for instance -- and churches, shopping areas, transportation. Whether the neighborhood is new or long-established. How the area is zoned --single dwelling, multiple unit, commercial. You can ask when the house was last repainted, how old the roof is. Appliances are important to a growing family, so check for adequate wiring. Later you may want specific, expert advice. 4 You've found tne nome, now how do you buy it? As soon as you've found the home, you'll want to arrange financing as quickly as possible. The real estate agent will have a record of past and present taxes, and can give you approximate closing costs. These facts plus your own estimate of moving costs can help you decide what you have available for a down payment. Then, before you make a firm offer, or sign a purchase agreement, get an idea of the exact value to a lender. If you haven't talked to your family banker before this point, you'll want to now. He's the one person who can help you judge value and the various types of financing available. At Wells Fargo Bank, we've been helping our customers buy homes for over a century, and we know every area served by our more than 130 offices. Come in and talk to us soon. You'll find this help at Wells Fargo Bank 1. EXPERT COUNSEL-The real estate officer at your nearest branck can kelp you plan how to buy. 2. SAVINGS ACCOUNT- Start accumulating the cash you'll need for a down -payment and dosing costs. S. HOME IMPROVEMENT LOAN- If a major alteration could affect your choice, ask your real estate officer about financing it. 4. HOME LOAKS-Letushelpyoude- cidewhich kind is best for you. SAFE DEPOSIT- Precious homeowners/tip documents, title insurance, surveys, should be protected from fire and loss. CHECKING ACCOUNT- When you pay all costs by check, you have both a record and proof of payment. Improvement Of Wafer System Al Hoopa Assured Within a month work will begin to improve water and sewer systems at the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation, Congressman Clem Miller reported today. Earl A. Wilson of Sepulveda, Los Angeles county, lowest of five bidders, was awarded a 571,900 contract for the work by the Department of .Interior's Bureau of Indian Affairs. The improvements, estimated to be completed by Jan. 1, will serve the Hoopa Valley Indian field office, employees' houses and the public school at Hoopa. The contract calls for replacement and addition lo the existing water system of approximately 3,700 feet of six-inch water main and approximately 1,000 feet of two-inch service line. Improvements to the sewer system include some 6,000 feet of eight-inch sewer main. Available to you without a doctor's prescription, our drug called ODRINEX, must lose "ugly fat In 7 days or money back. No strenuous exercise, axatives, massages or taking of so-called reducing candies, crackers or cookies, or chewing gum. ODRINEX Is a tiny tablet and easily swallowed. When you take ODRINEX, you still enjoy your meals, still eat the foods you like, but you simply don't have the urge for extra portions because ODRINEX depresses your appetite, and decreases your desire for food. Your weight must come down. :euse as your own doctor will tell you, when you eat less, you, weigh less. Get rid of excess tat and live longer ODRINEX costs S3.00 and Is sold or this GUARANTEE: If not satisfied foi any reason just return the package to your druggist and get your full money back. No questions asked. ODRINEX is sold with this guarantee by: BUXTON'S DRUG STORE -- 2830 "F" ST. -- MAIL ORDERS FILLED Ramsey Dinner Al Inn Tonight A retirement dinner at Eiii-eks Inn tonight will honor Richard H. Ramsey, retiring 'from his position as right of way agent for District 1 of the Division of Highways. The occasion, set for 7:30, will mark the end of more Uian 26 Ducks have a transparent mem- years of service with the Slate of brane to pull over their eyes when He has served as right of way' agent ,for District 1 since.April, 1945. He began his career with the Slate in 1936 when he joined the Division of Highways District 3 office at Marysville. California. in flight -- Ijke goggles. A r e y o u o f y o u r p r o u d You wouldn't shop at the bargain counter in search of furniture for your personal office -- but you'd certainly give a thought to economy, and still demand comfort, beauty and efficiency.. That's why it will pay you to learn how beautifully you can refurnish your office -- w i t h STEELCASE. Phone or stop in today. It will amaze you how little it actually costs to have a truly fine Steekase office that will picture you and your business at your best. S T E E L C A S E B U S I N E S S E Q U I P M E N T MURPHY'S OFFICE APPLIANCE CO. 619-5th Street, Eureka HI 3-0809 Make Wells Fargo your Family Bank In today's complex money world, it is increasingly difficult to manage family finances efficiently. Here at Wells Fargo Bank we have broadened and deepened our services to meet your changing needs. Ask the manager of the Wells Fargo office in your area how our comprehensive facilities and experienced counsel can save you time, money and work. Cemenf Masons Return To Work After Settlement Humboldt County cement masons are back on the job follow ing Thursday's settlement in. San Francisco between their union and the Associated General Contractors. Fred Garrison, business agent for Eureka Local 481, announced the new 3-year contract calls for a 74% cent package, including a 16-cent vacation allotment, improved health and welfare pension clauses and a 3-cent pay hike, bringing the hourly wage to $4. We were not affected too much by the strike," said Garrison, "only seven of our 45 cement masons and plasterers losing their jobs." Return of the cement masons out the last of the construction force back on the job after the eight-week shutdown. Garrison was a delegate at two of the negotiating sessions in San Francisco. Just say "CHARGE IT' Take months to pay Isi And lift CM four car Silt 6.70-15 BUCKWAU TUBE-TYPE WELLS EARGrO BANK FORMERLY WELLS FARGO BANK AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY · MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Well Contract In Fringe Area OKd A contract for a new well was authorized Thursday night by directors of the Humboldt Community Services District, following a previously announced indention to develop a water system independent of the City of Eureka. Director Lee Redden said engineer-manager Fred Roumage I award the contract to Anhony Pialorsi next week, at a cost of between $4,000 and $5,000, depending on depth. Community Services directors will meet Monday with the Eureka City Council and Redden said purpose of the meeting will bo "to negotiate for the con- liniiod securing of water from Uic city for (he summer." WHITEWALLS Only 2°° More TUBELESS Only 2°° More You get more for your Tire Dollar with the NYLONAIRE * Full 4-Ply Long-wearing Diene Rubber A Safety-fortified nylon cord ·h Speedway-proved for turnpike safety You know what you're getting when you buy Firestone 15-MONTH ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE Every new Firestone tire fi GUARANTEED 1. Against defects in workmanship and materials for the life of the original (read. 2. 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