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   Times Standard, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1972, Eureka, California                               M August 28, 1972 THE TIMES-STANDARD Eureka, CalUonia Bombs Turn on 9 Suspects BELFAST, Norlhrrn Irelan (UPI) At least nine person Iwve blown themselves up ac cidentally in the past thre weeks while attempting to se bombs in Northern Ireland, th British army said today. A spokesman said Uirc persons perished Saturday whe a home-made device explode prematurely in an attempt o McGovern, Shriver To Huddle WASHINGTON fUPI) -Sen George S. McGovern wil huddle with running rnali Sargent Shriver this week fo their first extensive campaig .planning session. Shriver has canceled all bu one of his scheduled campaign appearnnces this visi today to meet with McGovern. A spokesman fo Shriver said the meetings wen set up because McGovern wil be in Washington most of the week. This will he their firs opportunity for extensive cam paign planning since' Shriver was named as the vice presidential nominee to replace Sen. Thomas F. Eagleton, D Mo., the spokesman said. Scrubbed for Shrivrr this weeR were trips lo East St Louis. Peoria mid Carbondale 111.; DCS Moincs, Iowa: Mil waukee, Wis.; Grand Rapids Mich.; St. Paul, Minn.; Colum bus, Ohio, and Syracuse. N.Y The trips will be rescheduled, McGpvprn is scheduled to be in Washington all week except for a flight to New York City on Tuesday for a television appearance Wednesday morn ing. McGovern's staff insists thai the polls, showing him 26 percentage points behind in his race with President Nixon, are meaningless because the candi date has only begun lo do a selling job to the American people. That selling job will begin in earnest aflcr Labor Day when McGovern sets out on a coasl- lo-coasl blitz and slcps up his polilical advnrlising. Television will brim Ihis fall Charles Guggenheim's campaign films showing Me Govern at his most standing in a cluster of workers in a sweltering machine shop talking about the "welfare mess." in a backyard of a duplex home talking with the "licighbors about high property taxes and low wages, sitting in a coffee shop with a group of local businessmen talking about the war and how it weakened the economy. Guggenheim said the whole Idea was to create conflict- in which McGovern's viewpoints were challenged by average Americans, and Ihe candidate tried In persuade Ihe question er.s to his point of view. Installations at the Downpatrii racetrack. At least six other persons die violently Saturday and Sunda bringing to 529 the province death toll since Roman Catholi Protestant strife erupted 1969. The dead included a Britis army sergeant cut down by sniper bullet in the neck Sunda in the Creggan Heights distri of Londonderry. He was th first British soldier killed in 'ormer Catholic "no-go" are since the British army moved i on them a month ago. An army spokesman said th Downpatrick deaths and other of persons carrying explosiv devices that explode prematurely was a result i lighter control on sources i gelignite in .both Norther Ireland and thc neighborin Republic of Ireland. Hurricane Betty Swirling MIAMI (UPI) Hurriean Betty, the second tropici storm of the season, swirled i he North Atlantic today fa 'rom any land arca. Thc National Hurricane Ccn ,er said Sunday night lha Belly was situaled about 65 miles west of the Azores, o icar latitude 41.0 north, long: Ludc 41.5 wesl. The storm wa moving toward the east north east at 20 to 25 miles an hour vilh maximum suslained wind of 100 m.p.h. The hurricane ccnler said vas planning lo issue only on nillelin on Belly since it i noving away from thc Unilei ilates and poses no threat t ny land areas. Belly graduated from icutercane to a hurricane ove lie weekend. A ncutcrcane is a smal ublropical cyclone distin uished from the hurricane b; ts very small jctwcen a tornado and and the fact thai i pparently draws its energy rom different sources lhan a urricnnc. But ncntercanes car evclop into hurricanes, as in ne case of Betty. Monopoly BEVERLY HILLS, Calif Lee Bayrd, 38 ron Ihe adult division Sumla> f the firsl World Cup Open lonopoly Tournamcnl. Tournament coordinator Lot Verncr said the 200 cunlcstanl id some "very serious playing lerc were few smiles." Thc junior division champion lip was captured by Laurie Varcl, 14. who said it was arrow thing. "1 was scarce I didn't have my she said. "You need ills." Agnew Wants Emphasis Placed on Election BURBANK, Calif. Vice President Spiro T. Agnew says he wishes attention would swing away from his chances as a presidential contender in 1976 to the elections this year. He said the debates and prophecies on his future are weakening the Republican ef- fort. "I'm interested in Agnew told newsmen on NBC- TV's "Meet the Press" Sunday. "All this tall? about is debilitating to Ihc parly. It's counterproductive. Four years away is an etrrnily in politics. We shouldn't even discuss it." Agnew attended a gala LAST WEEK'S SERVICES AT Ocean View Cemetery St. Bernard's Cemetery MONDAY, Aug. 21st IANDRY, Joitph D. Sr. Encryplmtnt, Oirdin ol Priyir, Colonnadii MtCORMICK, Hirold W. Inttrmtnt, Pint Garden Ocian Vltw WEDNESDAY, Aug. 23rd SMITH, tllntxth M. Inttrmtnt, Pint Garcfan Vltw THURSDAY, Aug. 24th f IIEUEY, M.b.l I. InUrmiinl, liwn Vltw FRIDAY, Aug. 25th PATTiUON, Cirl i. NHiriMM, SI. lirnireVs SATURDAY, Aug. 26th KONSTANTINE, Kutchli K. Ifitttmnf, Otflltn Onin Vltw MAVO, M, Intirmtnt, ll, ItrrurtVi MlfMTTI, IdHrt t. Infinf OCMO Vkw political reception For Holly wood celebrities at thc Western White House Sunday evening, where he again was asked il recent rule changes in the parly had strengthened hit position as a presidential candidate in The rule changes in effect would enhance the delegate power of conservative-loaning states, and could increase Afincw's support at. the next convention. "I'm only interested In those (rule) changes in so far as I affect the welfare of the Republican Agnew said The vice president lolc: television newsmen that hi: recent comment, calling Demo- (Tiil.ic presidential candidate George McGovern "one of the greatest, frauds ever considered presidential candidate of a major party" was merely using "the Mcf! nvc rn language ...turned around on him." lie said' Ihe remark was aimed at McGovorn's comment hat President Nixon was a Irinid and was Fraudulent, in his conduct of the war. Agnow also said he would refrain in the future from using .he term "radiclib" in describ- ,ng political opponents, explain ing thai lie never meanl it as i insult.. lie said lie knew many persons who were proud lo call hemsclves radicals or liberals, and lhal his use of the term "radiclib" simply was n con- traction of Ihc Iwo labels. The vice president also criticized Ihe news media for Its coverage of Ihe Vietnam War, saying he wits "constantly; al what he raid was media emphasis on American bombing In North Vietnam while Ignoring thc Issue of thc Communist offensive ngnlnst the South. He said would-be bomber were forced to manufactur their own explosives from highly unstable mixture of nitrobenzine and domestic fertilizer. The slightest slip while the explosive was beini primed was enough to set it off he said, as apparently happene( at Downpatrick. Today was an ftfficia! holiday in Northern Ireland, but the violence continued as usual. A spate of minor explosions took pUce throughout the province around midnight. A British army paratrooper patrolling near the Ardoyne area nerth o Belfast was struck by a bulle shortly after midnighl, but the bullet failed to penetrate his flak jacket. A 24-year-old Belfast man was reported seriously woundet after a shootup between Rnya Marines and a gunman in the Unity Flats districl. One soldier was shot and wounded and the marines claimed the civilian was a gunman. Eel River Fishery Plan Told Humboldt County Supervisor Ce Rice and other Eel River Water Council members today mnounced commencement of a program to improve lhe fishery of lhe Eel River. Reluming home from a Sacramenlo meeting with Fish and Game Director Ray Arnell. Water Resources Director Hi Gianellli, newly elected Council presidenl Henry Spomer and members of Iheir staffs, Rice declared, "I believe we have made a real breakthrough." "For thc first time the plan- ling program for Eel River developments will include ways o bring back the great runs of salmon and stcelhead." Rice said both Arnett and ianelli were productive and constructive in their attitudes. 'They both understand our need or flood control and summer environmental water and lelp to meet those needs. At the ame time Ihey agreed to im- nediately slarl an invesligalion imed al enhancing fish as a iart of lhe overall project plan- ling." "I am extremely pleased will his Rice said, ac ling, "in my two years as presi lenl of Eel River Water Counc ny goal was lo bring logelhe vnler and fishing interests an vork toward lhe solution o roblems that will be mutually He continued, "Not only wil liis benefit -fisheries all ove California, it will obviously hel] lumboldt County where fishini nd recreation are assets lo ou: conomy. "I will continue to do verything I can to restore th  by Pat Cortopassi, who was n at home at the time, with smok and heat damage inflicted c .he rest of the apartment. Cause of the blaze has ni been determined, but the los reportedly is insured. Tw engines and 12 men of Humbok Fire District 1 had the fir under control in 10 minutes. The apartments arc owned b E. V. McConnell of 150 Hodgson St., Eureka. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF HEARINC In Hit Matter 01 tht Estate of WRE MOORE GORDON, also known as WRE M. GORDON, also known ll WRE GORDON, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tn HELEN S. HENSHAW as Petitioner h, filed herein a PETITION FOR PRL BATE OF WILL AND FOR LETTER OF ADMINISTRATION WITH THE WIL ANNEXED reference to wtilch is hei by made for further particulars, a, that the time and place .of hearing th same has been set for September 1972 at a.m.. In the Court Room of Department No. 2 of said Court the Court House, In Ihe City of Eurek, California, Oiled August 2X, 1973. FRED J. MOORE, JR. Clerk of said Courl By Doris T. Patterson Deputy Clerk HUSER 8, GOODWIN, MURRAY, CISSN PRIOR, Attorneys, Liw Eureka, California Telephone: 443-4573 AHorntys for Petitioner NOTICB OF HEARING OF PETITION FOR PHOBAT1 OF FOREIGN WILL AND FOR LKTTERS OF ADMINISTRA TION WITH THI WILL ANNEXED No. 1 SUPERIOR CO.URT OF THE STATE 0 CALIFORNIA FOR THE COUNTY 0 HUMBOLDT In the Matter of the Estate of OPAL 0. MOLGARD, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha Nora H. Scott as designated ancillar administratrix of the estate of the abov named deeederu, has filed herein a Pet tlon for Probate of Foreign Will and fo LoMer of Administration with the WI Annexed reference to which Is hereb made for further particulars, and tha (he time and place of hearing the sam ins been set for Friday, September 1973 ai a.m. In the Court Room _ Department No. 1 of said Court, in th Courl House, In the City of Eureka, Cal Fornla. Dated: August 18, 1972. FRED J. MOORE, JR. Clerk of said Court By SHARON L. REEVES Deputy Clerk JEREMIAH R. SCOTT, JR. SCOTT SCOTT 1122 Fifth Street Eureka, California Telephone: 443-2761 Attorney for Petitioner NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE T.S. No. T-IH75 On Tuesday, September 12, 1972, A.M., GIBRALTER DEED COM 'ANY, as duly appointed Trustee unde and pursuant to Deed of Trust recorde "eptember 13, 1968, as inst. No. 13593, i book 975. page 1, of Official Records I he office of Ihe County Recorder c iumboldt County, California, WILL SEL1 AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO HIGHES' BIDDER FOR CASH (payable at tim of sale In lawful money of the Unite on the steps to the front en of the Humboldt County Court house, In Ihe City of Eureka, Californi all right, title and Interest conveyed t ind now held by it under said. Deed o 'rust In the property situated in sai County and State described as: That real property situated In th County of Humboldt, State of Call fornia described ai follows: BEGINNING on the south lin Park Street at a point distant thereon 2112.7 feet north 89 degrees 30 minute oast from the point of Intersection said south fine with tha cast lino Myrlle Avenue according to the map of Survey No. 232 made by J. N. Len tell filed In the office of the Recorde of Humboldt County, California, Janu ary 4, 1922 In Book 8 of Surveys page and running thence southerly at rlgh anplcs to Park Street 135 feet; thenct easterly at right angles 50 feet; thence northerly at right angles 13: feet to Park Street; and thence westerly along Park Street 50 feet to the point of beginning The street address and other common II any, of the real property escribed above Is purpnrleri to be: 3371 3ark Street, Eureka, California 95501. The undersigned Trustee disclaims any ihlllty for any (ncorrectnoss of th( trect address and other common deslg atlon, If any, shown herein. Said sale will bo made, but without ovenant or warranty, express or Im- lied, regarding lltle, possession, or en- umbrances. to pay the remaining prln- loal sum of !ho secured by said 3ood of Trust, to-wlt: with nterost Ihtreon, ns provided In snld advances, If any, under the erms of said Deed of Trust, fees, hancs and expenses of the Trustee and f the trusts created by snld Deed of rust. Tha bene'lchry under svd Deed of rust heretoforn an1 delivered n the undrrslonrd a wrlttfn declaration I Default and Demand far Sale, And Tltlen Notice d Dr-lmitl and Election t Sell. The imdmlnncrt caused said titles rtf Default and Election to Sell to a recorded In the county where the real roperly Is locaied. GIBRALTAR DEED COMPANY BY: Title Insurance and Trust Company agent ato: August 7, 1973 Ry I.ODEMA 0. COJ-FMAN Aujhorited Slgnalun LEGAL NOTICE Attorneys at Law, P.O. Box 24, 732 Fifth Street, Eureka, California, winch said office the untertlgntd silects as his place of business In til matters connected with the said estate of Grace L. Bram deceased. Dated this 15th day of August, 1972. ROBERT J. BRAMBANI, Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Gnct L. BrambanI, deceased. DALTON S. NORD Attorneys at Law P.O. Box 24 732 Fifth Street Eureka, California Attorneys for Executor LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CIIDITMi ttttt IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Of THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF HUMWLDT In Matter of the Eitate Of GRACE L. BKAMIANI, DtCHStd. If htrtby given by the under- signed. Executor of the Lait Will and Testament of Grace L. BrambanI, de- ceased, to the creditors of and all per- sons having claims against the said de- ceased, to file thtlr claims with __..................________..... ____ necessary vouchers wlfhln four monthi of the entitled Court, or lo prt- after the tint publication of this iwtfet In the office of the Cleric of the Superior Court of the State of California, In and for the County of Humboldt, or to pre- sent same with the vouch- ers within said four months to the said Executor at the office of Dalton Nord, NOTICI TO CIIIDITMI COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA THE COUNTY OF HUMSOLDT. Eltltt JOHN W, ROMRTS, alio known H JOHN WILLIAM ROBERTS, DtCtfltd. Nollct ll htrtby glvtn It tht crtdiloct of tht ibove ntffltd dtctdtnt thit ill per- Hits hiving clilms tgilnst tht tftctdtnl ire required It tilt mem, with tht nwn- stry vouchers, In tht office of tht Cltrk sent them, with necessary vouchtri, to me undersigned at tht taw office of JAMES W. 'HENDERSON, attorney tor said Administratrix, 1105 sixth Street, Eureka, California, which is the place of business of the undersigned In all mat- ters pertaining to the estate of said de- cedent, within four (4) monthi after first publication of this notice. Dated: August 17, 1972. CORA L. ROBERTS, Administratrix JAMES W. HENDERSON Attorney for Administratrix First publication: August 21, 1972. NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF UNCLAIMED PROPERTY Pursuant to Section 1531 of thu Code of IIvli Procedure, notice is hereby given hat the persons listed below appear to )0 the owners of unclaimed money or other personal property. Information con cerning the amount or description of the money or other personal property and he name and address of the holder may be obtained by any persons possessing an interest in such unclaimed property, by writing to HOUSTON I. FLOURNOY, TTATE CONTROLLER, Bureau of Un- claimed Property, P. O. Box 1019, Sacra- mento, California 95805, or telephone Area Code 916} 445-8318, giving the name, number, and address a, shown this notice. Unless proof of claim Is presented to the holder and the owner's ight to receive the property Is estab- ished to teh holder's satisfaction by Sep- ember 30, 1972, the unclaimed property will be placed in the custody of the State Controller not later than Octcber 31, 972, and all further claims must there- after be directed to the State Controller. HOUSTON I. FLOURNOY, STATE CONTROLLER In the addresses shown below, the State if California Is Intended, unless otherwise ;tated. Bare Lela F 267011 Samoa Ca" Batini Gary 270994 Arcata Ca Bloyd Robert 271657 2910 California Eureka Ca Hickox Arthur L 272752 Mildred M. Donahue 616 3rd St. Eureka Calif Laws Jenice R Gen Del Fortuna Ca Lower Janice L 165 Lincoln Arcaii Ca lewman John M Rt 1 Box 79 Ferndale Ca Prater Earl C. General Delivery Eureka Ca iharp, Richard Orleans Calif Wernmark Eleanor 3505 Bucksport Eureka Ca Whalen P.itrtcla L Garberville Ca 271642 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NO. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT Estate Of HENRY D. CALANCHINI, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors the above named deceden that persons having claims ajains the said decedent are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers. In the office of the clerk of the above entitled Court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the under signed at the office of Carl L- Christen sen and Dunn, Harland A Gromala, At- torneys at Law, 812 Sixth Street, Eureka California, which Is the place c-f business of the undersigned in all matters per- taining to the estate of said decedent within four months after the first pub- lication of this notice. First publication: Ill FLORENCE L. CALANCHINI, Executrix of the Will of the above decedent. CARL L. CHRISTENSEN DUNN, HARLAND GROMALA Attorneys at Law 812 Sixth Street Eureka, California 95501 Telephone: 442-1776 Attorneys for Executrix LEGAL NOTICE MOTKI TOCmffOM IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THI STATE OF CALIFORNIA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT of STEVE FREDERICK CHAM- LEY, alM known as S. CHAM- LEY, also known at FRED slw known n S. F. CHAMLEY, De- ceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by undersigned Executrix of me Will of said decedent, to creditors of all persons having claims tfilnit decedent, to them with necessary vouchers In office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of State of Call- fornia, In and for the County of Hum- boldt, or to present them With the neces- sary vouchers to Executrix it office of her attorneys, HILL, JANSSEN, CORBETT ft ROBERTS, 730 Fifth Eureka, California, which said last named office undersigned seteeti at tier of business In ail matters nected with estate of said within four months after tlrst publi- cation of this Notice. Dated: August 9, 1972. BERTHA J. CHAMLEY, Executrix of me Will of STEVE FREDERICK CHAMLEY, Deceased HILL, JANSSEN, CORBETT ROBERTS by DONALD B. ROBERTS, Attorneys for Executrix COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by he County Clerk of the County of Hum- boldt, Humboldt County Courthouse, Eu- reka, California; until -a.m., Tues- day, the 29th day of August, 1972, at which time they will be publicly opened by the County Clerk of the County o thi o COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the Counly Clerk of the County of Hum- boldt, Humboldt County Courthouse, Eu- reka, California, until a.m., Tues- day, Ihe 29th day of August, 1972, at which time they will bt publicly opined by the County Clerk of the County of Humboldt at a public meeting In tht Humboldt County Superintendent of Schools' Board Room on tht first floor of the Hnmboldl County Courthouse, Eurtka, California, for performlag work fol- lows: THE CONSTRUCTION OF STORM DAMAGED FACILITIES PROJECT NO. 72-3 PUBLIC LAW 91-406, APPLICATION NO. 329-4 Bids are required for the entirt work as described herein: Engineer'! Estimate Item Quantity Unit Description of Went COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT DEPARWAENT OF PUBLIC WORKS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by he County Clerk of the County of Hum- oldt, Humboldt County Courthouse, Eu- California, until a.m., Tues- ay, the 29th day of August, 1972, at which time they will be publicly opened y the County ClerK of the County of lumboldr at a public meet lag In the lumboldt County Superintendent ol chools' Board Room en the first floor ol he Humboldt County Courthouse, Eureka, alifornla, for performing work as fol- ows: THE RECONSTRUCTION OF BERTA BRIDGE Bridge Number 4C-47 FOR COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT BUDGET NO. 300-2-118 Bids are required for the entire work s described herein: Engineer's Estimate Description i Quantity Unit Work 1 Lump Sum L.S. Removal Portions of Bridge S-FJ2 12 Each Driving Piles 3 Lump Sum L.S. Repairing Piers 4 Lump Sum L.S. Revising Floorbeams 1.734 MBM Furnishing Timber and Lumber 13.761 MBM Installing Timber and Lumber 161.0 Sq. Ft. Installing Plywood 8 Lump Sum L.S. Restoring Truss Span Housing 9 282.4 L.F. Installing Bridge Railing and Curb Installing Lower Lateral 10 Lump Sum L.S. Bracing The foregoing quantities are approxi- only, being given as a basis for le comparison of bids, and the County Humboldt does not, expressly or by ripllcatlon, agree that the actual amount work will correspond therewith but re- erves the' right to increase or decrease e amount ot any class or portion of me ork, or to omit portions of the work, as ay be deemed necessary or advisable I Ihe Engineer. The contract documents consist of No- ce to Contractors, Form of Proposal, orm of Agreement, Plans, Special Provi- ons, and Fair Employment Practices ertlficalion, all of which are on file In e Office of the Humboldt County De- triment of Public Works and are hereby ade a part hereof. The contract docu- ents also include Standard Specifica- ons, published In January 1971 by Ihe ate of California, Highway Transporta- on Agency, Department of Public Works, 'Islon of Highways, Insofar as sale andard Specifications are referred to In iy other contract document as being iplicable or incorporated by reference. lid Standard Specifications are referrec hereinafter simply as "Standard Specl- calicns." Plans, Soeclal Provisions, and other infract document forms will be avail- lie for examination without charge. Cop- s of all contract documents other than andard Specifications may be secured the Office of Ihe Humboldt Counly epartment of Public Works, 1106 Second reet, Eureka, California. Plans, Special Provisions (not Including andard Specifications or olher docu- cnts Included by reference) and pro- sal forms may be obtained by pros- ctlve bidders upon payment of a prlnt- .10, Including tax, which amount shall t be refundable. All checks shall be ade payable to COUNTY OF HUM. OLDT and should be mailed to thc imboldt County Department of Public orks, 1106 Second Street, Eureka, Call, rnla 95S01. Copies of the Standard Specifications ay bo purchased from the Department Public Works, State of California. No bid will be considered unless II is ade on a blank form furnished by Ihc unty Department of Public Works and made in accordance wilh Ihe provi. Dns of Ihe Standard Specifications and ecial Provisions. The Board ot Supervisors of Ihe Counly Humboldt reserves the right lo relecl y or all bids and to waive any Irregu- 'lly or Informality which Is contained any bid. The bidder's attention Is directed to e provisions In Section 2 ot the Stan- rd Specifications lor tho requirements d conditions which he must observe In e preparation of the proposal form and submission of Ihe bid. 'he State Contract Act Is not Ic, and prospective bidders will not be quired )o be prequallfled. Pursuant lo Secllon 1773 ot the Labor do, tho general prevailing rale of per m wages and Ihe general prevailing e for holiday and overtime work In i locality tor etch crall classification type o) workman needed to execute i contract was published In the Times mdard, a newspaper ol general clrcu Ion, on September 31, 1T71; Is on (lie Ihe officj ol the Counly Cltrk, Hum dl Counly Courthouse, Eureka, and It allable there to any Interested parly request. Apprentices may be employed providing t all ol me provisions ol Secllon 1777.; Ihe Labor Code are compiled with. August U, FRED J. MOORE, JR. County Cltrk and ex olllclo Clerk of Ihe Board ot Suptrvliorl of tht Counly ol Humboldt at a public meeting In Humboldt County Superintendent Schools' Board Room on the first floor o he Humboldt County Courthouse, Eureka ilifornia, for performing work as fol ows: THE CONSTRUCTION OF STORM DAMAGED FACILITIES PROJECT NO. 72-6 PUBLIC LAW 91-606, APPLICATION NO. 329-4 FUND NO. 162 BUDGET ITEM NO. 120-301-2-118 Bids are required for the entire work as described herein: Engineer's Estimate fern Quantity Unit Description of Work 1 40 L.F. Relay 18" Corru- gated Steel Pipe 2 20 L.F. Relay 48" Corru- gated Steel Pipe 3 170 L.F. Relay 1" Iron Pipe Overflow 4 Lump Sum L.S. Clearing and Grubbing 5 C.Y. Roadway Excavation 6 170 L.F. 6 348 C.Y. Structure Excavation (Bridge) 7 100 C.Y. Structure Excavation B C.Y. Structure Excavation (RSP) 9 248 C.Y. Structure Backfill (Bridge) W 95 C.Y. structure Backfill 11 0.5 Acre Erosion Control 12 272 C.Y. Class 2 Aggregate Base 13 2.14 Ton Liquid Asphalt MC-70 (Prime Coat) 14 7.4 C.Y. Sand Cover Prime Coat 15 S.Y. Double Seal Coat 16 34 L.F. Asphalt Concrete Dike (Type A) 17 33 C.Y. Class A Concrete IB Lump Sum L.S. Repair Steel Truss (Bridge) 19 18 L.F. IB" Corrugated Steel Pipe 20 98 L.F. 48" Corrugated Steel Pipe Downdrarn 21 Lump Sum L.S. 48" C.S.P. Down- drain Anchorage System 22 375 C.Y. Rock Slope Protection (Vj Ton, Method A) 23 C.Y. Rock Slope Protection (1 Ton, Method A) 2< 57 C.Y. Rock Slope Protection (8 Ton, Method A) The foregoing quantities are approxl- Tiafe only, being given as a basis for he comparison of bids, and the Counly of Humboldt does not, expressly or by triplication, agree that Ihe actual amount )f work will correspond therewith but re- serves the right to increase or decrease he amount of any class or portion of the work, or to omit portions of the work, as may be deemed necessary or advisable by the Engineer. The contract documents consist of No- Ice to Contractors, Form of Proposal, -orm of Agreement, Plans, Special Provi- sions, and Fair Employment Practices -ertlflcalion, all of which are on file in ho Office of tho Humboldt Countv De- partment of Public Works and are hereby made a part hereof. The contract docu- ments also include Slandard Specifica- ions, published in January 1971 by the State of California, Highway Transporta- Ion Agency, Department of Public Works, Highways, insofar as said Standard Specifications are referred to in any other contract document as being applicable or Incorporated by reference Said standard Specifications we referred o hereinafter simply as "Standard Sped, ilcanons. Plans, Special Provisions, and other 20 L.F. Relay Pipe Down- Material drain B" CSP 2 10 L.F. Relay Pipe Down- drain IB" CSP 3 1 Ea. Reset i" Tlptrtd Inlet 4 Lump Sum L.S. Clearing and Grubbing 5 C.Y. Roadway Excavation i C.Y. Channel Excavation 7 460 C.Y. Structure Excavation 1 MO C.Y. Structure Excavillon (RSP) 430 s.F. Stuped Bidding 10 320 C.Y. Structure Backfill 11 C.Y. Imported Borrow 12 450IF) C.Y. Imported Rocky 13 Lb. Commercial Fertilizer 14 Lb. Fiber 15 200 Lb. Seed Base 16 Tons Class 2 Aggregatt 17 B Tons Liquid Asphalt MC-70 Coat) 1 20 Tons Sand Cover 19 S.Y. Double Seal Coat 20 70 Tons Asphalt Concrete 21 L.F. Place Asphalt Concrete'DIke 22 1.4 C.Y. Class A Concnte (Minor Slructure) 23 76 L.F. CSP 24 54 L.F. 30" CSP 25 56 L.F. 60" CSP 26 76 L.F. 66" CSP 27 130 L.F. 72" CSP 21 L.F. Furnish and Install Drain Pipe (Horizontal Drain) 29 L.F.' Drill Hole 1 (Horizontal Drain) 30 300 L.F. 8" Collector (Horizontal Drain) 31 110 L.F. 8" CSP Downdraln 32 100 L.F. IB" CSP Down- drain 33 40 L.F. 30" CSP Down- drain 3< IB L.F. 60" CSP Down- drain 35 4 Ea. 8" Entrance Ttper (Type 2) 36 9 Ea. B" Anchor Assembly 3' 10 Ea. 18" Anchor Assembly 3B 3 Ea. 30" Anchor Assembly 3' 3 Ea. 60" Anchor Assembly li L.F. 36" CSP Inlet (OMP) 41 130 L.F. 72" CSP PIPE Invert Planking 42 J L.F. CSP Pipe Riser (Relief Riser) 43 1 Ea. 18" steel Flartd End Section 44 Tom RSP CA Ton Method A) 45 190 Tons Concreted RSP Ton Method B) 46 25 C.Y. Class B Concrele (Slope Protection) 47 250 L.F. Metal Beam Guard Railing (Wood Post) The foregoing quantities are approxi- mate only, being given as a basis for the comparison of bids, and the County )f Humboldt does not, expressly or by mplication, agree that the actual amount of work will correspond therewith but the right to increase or decrease he amount of any class or portion of he work, or to omit portions of the work, as may be deemed necessary or advis- able by the Engineer. The contract documants consist of No. ice to Contractors, Form of Proposal, -orm of Agreement, Plans, Special Provl- Cop. be secured Dtpuly Clirk thru able for examination without charge ies of all contract documents other Standard Specifications may be at the Office of the Humboldt County Department of Public Works, 1106 Second Street, Eureka, California. Plans, Special Provisions (not including Standard Specifications or other docu- ments Included by reference) and pro- posal forms may be obtained by pros- pective bidders upon payment of a print- ng and service charge in Ihe amount of ng and service charge In lhe amount of Including tax, which amount shall not be refundable. All checks shall be made payable to COUNTY OF HUM BOLDT and should be mailed to the -lumooidt County Department of Public Copies of lhe Slandard Specifications lay be purchased from the Departmi of Public Works, Slate of California. No bid will be considered unless It Is made on a blank form furnished by the Counly Department of Public Works ant s made In accordance with the provi I i fl Specifications and Special Provisions. The Board of Supervisors of the County ol Humboldl reserves the right to relcct any or all bids and to waive any Irrcgu- arlly or Informality which Is contained n any bid. The bidder's attention Is directed to hi In Section 2 of Ihe stan- dard Spec flcatlons tor the requirements and conditions which he must observe In lhe preparation of lha proposal form and Ihe submission ot the bid. The State Contract Act Is not applic- able, and prospective bidders will not bt required to be prequalltled. Pursuant to Secllon 1773 of the Labor Code, Ihe general prevailing rate of per diem wao.es and the general prevailing rale tor holiday and overllmo work In Ihe locality lor each craft classification lon and Fair Practices Certification, all of which are on file In he Office of the Humboldt Counly De- partment of Public Works and are hereby rnade a part hereof. The contract docu- ments also Include standard Speclflca- rons, published in January 1971 by tht State of California, Highway Transporta- lon Agency, Highway Department ansporta- of Public lily f( of w or type of workman needed to execute the contract was published In the Times, standard, a newspaper of general circu. lallon, on September 51, 19711 Is on file J" It" o'llce ol Ihe Counly Clerk, Hum- bold! Counly Courthouse, Eureka, and Is available then to any Inlireslcd party on requisl. ,i be employid providing Ilial all o! Ihe provisions of Section I777.J 01 Labor Code are compiled wilh. Haled: August 15, 1975 FRED J. MOORE, JR. County Clerk and n otllclo Cltrk ol the luird of Deputy Clerk tnru Works, Division of Highways, Insofar as said Standard Specifications are referred o in any other contract document as be- ng applicable or Incorporated by refer- ence. Said Standard Specifications are referred to hereinafter simply as "Stan- dard Specifications." Plans, Special Provisions, and other contract document forms will be available examination without charge. Copies all contract documents olher than I'S. SPKHicatlons may be secured at the Office of the Humboldt County De- partment of Public Works, 1106 Second Street, Eureka, California. Provisions (not Including Standard Specifications or .other docu- ments Included by reference) and pro- posal forms may be obtained by prosoec- Ive bidders upon payment of a printing In the amount ot 10.50, including tax, which amount "shall not be refundable. All checks shall be made payable to COUNTY OF HUM- should be mailed to the Humboldt Counly Department of Public Copies of the Standard Specifications 
                            

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