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Eureka Humboldt Times Newspaper Archives Jul 14 1957, Page 4

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Eureka Humboldt Times (Newspaper) - July 14, 1957, Eureka, California A u. S Marine aircraft about one third of All i4 11 1 1 group is about the size of a Gers Between London and Paris 1 o ill Eccl regiment. 1 travel by air. Pm to t 7 la dirt in offic. Phone 111 Lulu 2-1b2.1 Reid enc Phon i Piid 2-5874 or. W. W. Stewart d. C., pm. A rap Chloro Proclor and Urratio there pit Hourt t 30 to 12 and i to s by a Mon. Wed. Fri 7 to 9 saturday 0 to 1 814 r Street next to Eureka theatre Eureka Calll Don t be angry Don t blow your Fop because you have to pay another insurance Premium every couple of months. Centralize your insurance under our Homeowner s policy. It gives you Complete Protection for your Home and family with one policy one Premium one expiration and one company. Low Cost too see us today. Freddie Slack insurance 637 fifth St. I 3-0845 Avito Cash Lovelock Nev. Two person were killed instantly and eleven others including seven youngsters were badly Hurt in a grinding High Speed Headon collision 2a Miles East of Here yesterday. Highway patrolman Chet Foster said would file a complaint one Driver 21-year-old Lames Tanner of 911 Vuk Hickory St., Corning Calif. Killed were Emil Vostry of Cedar Fia dips Iowa and 24-, year old Aletta Linman of Fountain Colo the injured in tanners car were Bulah Tanner 16, 1102 8th St. Orland Calif., mrs Helen Mclaughlin 33, Marion. , and mrs. Mclaughlin a five children ranging in age from 1 year to 10. The dead Man also was Tanner s passenger. Those injured in the Lin than car were mrs. Linmann a husband Leland 29, and her two children age 5 and 2. The Accident Boosler Nevada a death count on the highways to 55 for the year. Past and present coast guard and coast guard auxiliary officers who were speakers at the ladies night banquet Friday evening Are pictured above. They Are left to right past Commodore Robert la Rocca 12th coast guard District Carl Wright past commander Humboldt Bay flotilla commander Francis k. Riley of the Voyel it. Commander Edward Brummeler 12th coast guard District and c. B. Pettersen commander of the Humboldt Bay flotilla. Nails air 8 and 16 Penny common 100-lb. Barbed wire. 25 Roll mahogany doors. 28x68 19 $45 Carl Johnson co. Furniture bldg. Supplies 101 North Eureka open a till 9 so Sun. Too elks holding convention san Francisco thousands of members of the benevolent and protective order of elks and their families arrived Here yesterday on the eve of the big fraternal organizations 93rd grand Lodge convention. Delegates More than 2,800 began registering at the Sher Aton Palace hotel. The convention opens formally at civic auditorium tonight. About 51 million acres of Farmland in India Are irrigated. Dins Mimir volunteers to halt All trucks to end crashes by1 Dunsmuir 04 this Mountain town Laid plans yesterday Hlll to Stop All southbound trucks at the Edge of town beginning u a monday in an Effort to prevent a recurrence of fridays truck ladies night was held in runaway Down the main Street in which one Man was killed Day evening for members of and six other people were injured critically. The Humboldt Bay flotilla the mayor j. Morgan Jones is a Tju. S. Coast guard auxiliary sued a Call for volunteers although under sedation All the officers of the Voyel and Rialto a How or my. X 1170 today tits he re it is a the year i no. I laugh hit red Skelton Janet Buir Vivian Blaine 2nd big feature 170 pounds of teen air fury flight inf for Quot if hts Quot a Bone slim or starring Jim Macarthur Kim Hunter James Daly in Mio-i0 0 tue i 3-3033 4th amp f Ward s through a special edition of the Day with Scalp lacerations con weekly Dunsmuir news to help Cussion and possible fractured the four Man police Force Man Skull. A Roadblock a mile North of incl a big a truck trailer Rig Reg business District at he to the Payne and Don limits volunteers will be Dep-i3,j3�?z co. Of Tucson was it Rcd and Capo Wynd to Stop heavy trucks and inspect the r j of control com brakes before allowing them Tojo a a a eng Gravoc of . Proceed. Egg Ghatta Highlands or. H. A. Meredith chairman and roared through the main of the elementary school Board Street at an estimated 75 Miles said the Board will meet Mon per hour. It destroyed eight Day to discuss delaying the cars and damaged three others opening of school until the a before it rammed into five truck danger can be fronts doing an estimated fridays wild scene was the $20,000 damage. Third in two weeks. On two a earlier occasions patrol cars War re managed to get ahead of Runa i a ill Llars tji Way trucks and Clear a path. Through the towns traffic so a goofy Titlow they could Roll through without 1 hitting anything. Sling t.i�tpr1 Wilbur Jordan local resident was hurled out of his vehicle and slammed to the sidewalk h 0 0 p a Glenn Moore Friday and was in critical con a a so St in the first edition yesterday at it. Shasta a contest at the Hoopa logging ,000 Sale Stock reduction continues through saturday uly 20 Hospital. Doctors said he had a poor chances of survival with extensive brain damage ribs ripped Loose a crushed Chest and a mangled leg. He has not regained consciousness. The Driver of the runaway truck Buel Kinchloe of Tucson ariz., was said to be improving at the same Hospital window shades thank you thank you for the tremendous response to our wednesday and. We were swamped. We greatly appreciate your patience in waiting to be served. % Many thanks again. Watch wednesday s paper for our final and. Sale ends saturday july 20. All types cloth $3.05 and tip plastic. $2.33 and up Hammond amp Barnum �09 b St. Eureka show held recently. The class specified a six horse saw used with any length bar. In second place was Howard Brown and in third and fourth Donald Moore and Edward Moore. In the second event with larger saws. George Bannister of Trinidad was Winner and other awardees in the order of their finishing were Howard Brown Glenn Moore George Mccovey and Donald Moore. First Ponze Winner in the a throwing contest was George Moen. Michael Luzzi who was second in this contest came in first in the chopping Competition along with Howard Brown and Glenn Moore we were second and third. James Jackson was first at High climbing and was quickly followed by Frank Colegrove and Duke Masten. In the hand bucking Champion finisher was George Moen and others were Dan Moore and Gene Bannister. The team of Moen and Bannister took first prize in double hand bucking and Don and Glenn Moore were second. There were Many entrants in the a Jack and Jill hand bucking contest a which was the Humboldt Bay Lifeboat station and their wives. Cocktails were served at 7 . And the smorgasbord dinner at 8 . To some 60 persons at the Humboldt yacht club. Feature dish of the smorgasbord was four baked Salmon which were provided by Henry Calanchini and James Mcgar aghan who also made the arrangements and headed the festivities. Following the dinner several of the officers spoke briefly. It. Cmdr. Brummeler recounted activities of the coast guard auxiliary and of the Humboldt Bay flotilla. Both he said had demonstrated considerable enthusiasm and had accomplished a great Deal in the Short time they had been activated. Following Bruegel Era a remarks the members of the local auxiliary had an open meeting discussion with coast guard officials concerning radio communications. Chief Boson mate Nilsen of the Humboldt Lifeboat station explained the difficulties of radio communications and the necessity for close coordination Between members boats at sea with Shore radio centers. During their visit in Eureka past Commodore la Rocca and it. Cmdr. Brummeler were guests of Carl Wright. Wright took them fishing and the entire party caught their limit of Salmon. phone my x x970 u la i Contin ors n w a from 12 45 Burt Lancaster Tony Curtis re United in a punch packed hit Quot friends Art people who fear them most Susan Haa Risoni Marty Barbara wools i Lancaster Tony Curtis i Sweet sme of Success ran Ema 11ajjeme 111 w f Ortuna youth Davis a George Joseph Madura jr., of Fortuna has been admitted to the University of California Davis for the coming fall semester. Badura son of or. And mrs. George j. Badura sr., of 859 3th Street is a 1957 graduate of Fortuna High school. He will enter As a freshman planning to major in Range management in the College of agriculture. Houses amp buildings relocated raised a moved a. Johnson amp sons Highway 101 a North Eureka. Phone 2-4511 we still have Many unadvertised items an Sale the Rauhaut the stare. Shap All departments naw and save be Wise insure with a flirt j. Adorni Eire Kay a leading Agency s.>0 e St. Phone i 2-2919 of a Home mi.x-3x70 $100 a per car always joyously starting tonight Mim Aud Kiy Hepburn fro Astaire fact Point of Technics log and tails big Western 7tsh5�o a Facic Richard Egan Dorothy Malone won by George Moen and mrs. Orothy my re. Others were Minna Jones and Pete Nesbitt or. And mrs. George Mccovey. Drs Donald Moore and de Doore Howard Mccovey and drs. Ramona Trimble and Gene Bannister and Josefa Montgomery. The a Jill and Jill sawing event was won by Dorothy Moore and Ramona Trimble and second prize went to mrs. Sadie Mccovey and Marianne Mccovey. Third place went to 72-year-old Minna Jones and mrs. Don Moore whose time was 59.9 seconds on an 18-Inch log. During the a throwing event a loud speaker announcement declared that a five year old boy was missing at Weitchpec and carloads of volunteers formed a search party. Reaching the store the party discovered that the boy Harold Jones son of or. And mrs. Clifford Jones had been found asleep in the Sun on top of a Chicken Coop. Joint chairmen of the show were James James and James Jackson. Tops for entertainment or Cath phome a 2 1717 now get it Elizabeth my at 1 35 5 25 9 15 Rock James Aylor a Hudson a Dean new today a from 12 45 Hen Fonda 12 mini ski cob a to a Apt Imp a a Iii nun 2nd top feature Victor mature Karen steel

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