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Eureka Times Standard (Newspaper) - August 28, 1972, Eureka, California Page 16 — Monday, August 28, 1972 THE TIMES-STANDARD Eureka, California Bombs Turn on 9 Suspects BET FAST. Northern Ireland (UPI) — At least nine persons have blown themselves up accidentally in the past three Installations at the Downpatrick racetrack. At least six other persons died violently Saturday and Sunday. weeks while attempting to ' bringing to 529 the provinces bombs in Northern Ireland, the death toll since Roman Catholic- British army said today. I Protestant strife erupted in A spokesman said three| 1^9 persons perished Saturday wheni    ,    .    .    ...    D    u a homemade device exploded The dcad T'uded a Brdlsh prematurely in an attempt un arm-v “r,f,ant ,lkut d7" b>, a sniper bullet in the neck Sunday in the Creggan Heights district of Londonderry. He was the first British soldier killed in a former Catholic “no go” area since the British army moved in on them a month ago. An army spokesman said the Downpatrick deaths and others McGovern, Shriver To Huddle He said would be bombers were forced to manufacture their own explosives from highly unstable mixture of nitrobenzine and domestic fertilizer. The slightest slip while the explosive was being primed was enough to set it off. he said, is apparently happened at Downpatrick. Today was an Official holiday in Northern Ireland, but the violence continued as usual. A spate of minor explosions took place throughout the province around midnight. A British army paratrooper patrolling near the Ardoyne area north of Belfast was struck by a bullet shortly after midnight, but the ut persons carrying explosive ta|, faj|ed    trate    his devices that exploded    • prematurely was a result of Deaths and Funerals LEGAL NOTICE East-West Troop I S' rn n I A Y    'N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Clit Kenly Asked state of california in and for I J    THE COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. mn LONDON RUFF, MELVIN P.. died]states has August 27. 1972. A resident of 2811 Windsor. Eureka. Kus band of Kathy S. Ruff of Eureka. Father of Diane and Dale Ruff both of Eureka. Son response so far. of Mr. Phillip Ruff of sources said today. Mobridge. South Dakota. Brother of Gary Ruff of Arcata; Virginia Sandmeier of Mobridge. So. Dakota; Phyllis Littman of Flanders. New Jersey. He is also surviv ed by numerous nieces and nephews. A native of Mobridge. South! Dakota, aged 30. Friends are invited for in th# Matter of the Estate of GRACE (UPI)—The Unitedly MAMDANI. Deceased. Not ic# Is hereby given by the under asked Russia for »!««•<*. Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Grace L. Brambani, de exploratory    talks    on ceased,    to the creditors of and all per sons having claims against the said de ceased, to file their claims with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Humboldt, or to present the same with the necessary vouchers within said four months to the said Executor at the office of Dalton & Nord, Attorneys at Law, P.O. Box 24, 732 Fifth Street, Eureka, California, wihch said office the undersigned selects as his place of business in all matters connected with the said estate of Grace L. Brambani, deceased. Dated this 15th day of August, 1972. ROBERT J. BRAMBANI, Execu'or of th# Last Will and Testament of Grace L Brambani, deceased. early balanced East West troop cuts in Europe but has received no diplomatic The American move stemmed from an understanding reached by President Nixon with Kremlin leaders during the Moscow summit meeting in May. tighter control on sources of I gelignite in both Northern - Sen j Ireland and the neighboring will Republic of Ireland mate! WASHINGTON (UPI* George    S. McGovern huddle with running Sargent Shriver this week for their first extensive campaign planning session. Shriver has canceled all but one of his scheduled campaign appearances this week a visit today to Detroit—to meet with McGovern. A spokesman for Shriver said the meetings were set up because McGovern will be in Washington most of the week. This will be their first opportunity for extensive cam paign planning since Shriver was named as the vice the North Atlantic today far flak jacket. A 24 year old Belfast man was reported seriously wounded after a shootup between R«yal Marines and a gunman in the Unity Flats district. One soldier was shot and wounded and the marines claimed the civilian was a gunman. That understanding suggested! that East-West talks exploring StttnmttNL°aw° mutual    balanced force    reduc |*3?Fam    sVree, visitations on Tuesday August    tions in    Central Europe    should if,u,rek8' california 29 from 9 a m. to 5 p m. and 7    ^ held    before or parallel with ° *y* to 8:30 p.m. at the Chapel of    preparatory negotiations    for a__ S 21 28 9/4-11 Hurricane Betty Swirling MIAMI (UPI) Hurricane Betty, the second tropical dorm of the season, swirled in    and    other    Eel    River Eel River Fishery Plan Told Humboldt County Supervisor from any land area, The National Hurricane Cen Water Council members today announced commencement of a program to improve the fishery I cr said Sunday night that; of the Eel River. Betty was situated about 630    Returning home miles west of the Azores, or near latitude 41 0 north, longi tude 41.5 west The storm was moving toward the east north east at 20 to 25 miles an hour. from a Sacramento meeting with Fish and Game Directer Ray Arnett. Water Resources Director Bill Gianrllli, newly elected Council president Henry Sportier and with maximum sustained winds members of their staffs. Rice presidential nominee to replace Sen. Thomas F. Eagleton, D Mo., the spokesman said. Scrubbed for Shriver this wee! were trips to East St. Louis. Peoria and Carbondale. 111.; Des Moines. Iowa: Mil Waukee. Wis.; Grand Rapids. Mich.; St. Paul. Mmn.; Col urn bus. Ohio, and Syracuse. N Y. The trips will be rescheduled. McGovern is scheduled to he 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 that the polls, showing him 26 percentage point race with President Nixon, art meaningless because the candil A neutercane is a small J "They both understand our need date has only begun to do a subtropical cyclone di st in for flood control and summer of IOO m.p.h The hurricane (enter said it was planning to issue only one bu let in on Betty since it is I moving away from the United States and poses no threat to any land areav the Ferns. Cooper Mortuary. Eureka. Funeral Services will be held on Friday September 1st at the Kesling Funeral Home in Mobridge, South Dakota. Family requests con tributions to the American Cancer Society or the Heart Fund. STEARNS, EFFIE E-, August 25. 1972. Resident of 4041 F St., Eureka. Widow of Clayton P. Stearns. Mother of Fred S. Stearns of Concord. C. P. Stearns of Eureka, Betty Brown of Weaverville, Jack R. Stearns of Arcata. Mildred A Ward of Marysville. Washington. Althea B. Stearns and Mary Jean Bearden, both of Newport. Oregon. She is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews, as well European security conference. now expected to begin in Helsinki Nov. 22. The Soviets, after agreeing in discussions, lately have dragging their feet, showing no apparent hurry to come to the conference table. The United States has been probing Soviet intentions through diplomatic channels in Moscow, which so far have failed to respond and to make any firm commitments. declared. “I believe we have made a real breakthrough." "For the first time the plan fling program f*r Eel River developments will include wavs to bring back the great runs of salmon and steelhead Rice said both Arnett and NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF UNCLAIMED PROPERTY Pursuant to Section 1531 of the Code of Civil Procedure, notice is hereby given •    .    that the persons listed below appear to principle to such exploratory &«» the owners of unclaimed money or been o,her personal property. Information concerning the amount or description of the money or other personal property and the name and address of the holder may be obtamed by any persons possessing an Interest in such unclaimed property, by writing to HOUSTON I. FLOURNOY, STATE CONTROLLER, Bureau of Un claimed Property, P. O. Box 1019, Sacramento, California 95805, or telephone (Area Code 916)    445-1311, giving the name, number, and address a, shown In this notice. Unless proof of claim Is presented to th# holder and the owner's right to receive the property is established to teh holder's satisfaction by September 30, 1972, the unclaimed property will be placed in th# custody of the State Controller not later then October 31, 1972, and all further claims must thereafter be directed to the State Controller. HOUSETON I. FLOURNOY, STATE CONTROLLER In the addresses shown below, the State of California is intended, unless otherwise stated. Bare lf la F    269011 Samoa Ca Batini Gary    270994 Arcata Ca Bloyd Robert    271637 2910 California Eureka Ca Hickox Arthur L    272752 Mildred M Donahue 616 3rd St. Eureka Calif Laws Jenlce R Gen Del Fortuna Ca Lower Janice L 165 Lincoln Arcata Ca Newman John M Rf I Box 79 Ferndale Ca Betty graduated from a behind in his|rMn,*rrcanr ,0 a *nirr‘can<> wvrrjGianelli were productive and the weekend.    constructive    in    their attitudes. selling job to the American guishrd from the hurricane by people.    ids very small size somewhere That selling job will begin in between a tornado and a earnest after Labor Day when hurricane and the fact that it McGovern sets out on a coast apparently draws its energy to coast blitz and steps up hi from different sources than a political advertising    [hurricane. But neutercane* can Television will    brim this fall develop into hurricane*,    as    in •with Charles    Guggenheim's, he ease til Botts Campaign films showing Mr j Govern at his most effective standing in a cluster of workers in a sweltering machine shop talking about    the "welfare | BEVERLY HILLS.    Calif. mess." in a    backyard of a j (LTM) Writer I .ce Ravrd.    38, Monopoly Chump BEVERLY duplex home talking with the 'Neighbors 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 tlie economy Guggenheim said the whole Idea was to create conflict in which McGovern’s viewpoints were challenged by average Americans, and the candidate fried lo persuade fhe question crs to his point of view. won Hie adult division Sunday of the first World Cup Open Monofxily Tournament. Tournament coordinator Loll Werner said the 200 contestants did some "very serious playing, there were few smiles ” The junior division champion ship w as captured by I-auric Ward, 14. who said it was a narrow thing “I was scared when I didn’t fin vc my $500 lulls,” she said. "You need $.500 bills,” environmental water arid will help to meet those needs. At the same time they agreed to im mediately start an investigation aimed at enhancing fish as a part of the overall project plan ning.” “I am extremely pleased with this agreement," Rice said, ad ding. "in my two years as presi dent of Eel River Water Council my goal was to bring together water and fishing interests and work toward the solution of problems that will be mutually beneficial." He continued, "Not only will this benelit fisheries all over California, it will obviously help Humboldt County where fishing Fire Damages Apartment Kitchen Fire which broke out in an apartment structure at 4045 Walnut Drive in Cutten shortly as 24 grandchildren and 13J before noon Sunday damaged great-grandchildren.    [the    kitchen    of the unit occupied Mrs. Stearns was a native!^ Cortopassi, who was not of Chattanooga. Tenn., agedial ^orne aT the time, with smoke gl    and    heat    damage inflicted on Friends -re Invited to «t jth* rtsl of the apartment. tend services at the Chapel of j ^ aUse °f the blaze has not ___ the Ferns, Cooper Mortuary on determined, but the losn pr^Inl^Ei*rr»-5 - — -    *    *..... reportedly    is    insured.    Two    Ge"#"'    De' engines and 12 men of Humboldt Fire District I had the fire Baptist Church officiating. I under control in IO minutes. Concluding services Ocean The apartments are owned by View Cemetery. Casket E. V. McConnell of 1506 bearers will be Vern Vinier.|Hodgson St., Eureka. Blair Leslie. John Avila, Gary Sundquist, Gary Durate. Len Durate. Honorary bearers I . _ not,ce of hraring LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS NR. 19995 SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT. Estate of JOHN W. ROBERTS, also known es JOHN WILLIAM ROBERTS, Deceased. Notice is hereby given to the creditors of the above named decedent that all persons having claims against the decedent are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers, In the office of the Clerk of the above entitled Court, or lo present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at the law office of JAMES w. HENDERSON, attorney for said Administratrix, 1105 Sixth Street, Eureka, California, which Is the place of business of the undersigned in all mat tars pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within four (4) months after the first publication of this notice. Dated: August 17, 1972. CORA L. ROBERTS, Administratrix JAMES W. HENDERSON Attorney for Administratrix First publication: August 21, 1972. 1/21-28 9/4-11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NO. 19817 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT Estate ai HENRY D. CALANCHE, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors Q} the above named decedent that £6 persons having claims against fhe 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-siqned at the office of Carl L. Christensen and Dunn, Harland & Gromala, Attorneys at Law, 112 Sixth Street, Eureka, California, which Is the place cf business of th# undersigned in all matters pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within four months atter the first publication of this notice. First publication: I'M. /%/ FLORENCE L. CALANCHE!, Executrix of the Will of the above decedent. CARL L. CHRISTENSEN DUNN, HARLAND & GROMALA Attorneys at Law 112 Sixth Street Eureka, California 95501 Telephont: 442-1776 Attorntys for Executrix I/14-21-219/4 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NO. 19002 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT Estate of STEVE FREDERICK CHAMLEY, also known as S. FRED CHAMLEY, also known as FRED CHAMLEY, also known as S. F. CHAMLEY, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by th# undersigned Executrix of the Will of said decedent, to the creditors of ond all persons having claims against the decedent, to file them with the necessary vouchers in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of the Stat# of California, in and for th* County of Humboldt, or to present them with the necessary vouchers to th# Executrix et th# office of her attorneys, HILL, JANSSEN, CORBETT A ROBERTS, 730 Fifth Street, Eureka, California, which said lest named office the undersigned selects as her place of business In all matters connected with the estate of said decedent, within four months after the first publication of this Notlca. Dated: August 9, 1972. BERTHA J. CHAMLEY, Executrix of the Will of STEVE FREDERICK CHAMLEY, Deceased HILL, JANSSEN, CORBETT A ROBERTI by DONALD B. ROBERTS, Attorney, to, E«ct„«    ^ COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORK! NOTICI TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by fhe County Clerk of the County of Humboldt, Humboldt County Courthouse, Eureka, California, until 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, the 29th day of August, 1972, at which time they will be publicly opened by the County Clerk of the County of Humboldt at a public meeting In the Humboldt County Superintendent of Schools' Board Room on the first floor of the Humboldt County Courthouse, Eureka, California, for performing work es follows: THE CONSTRUCTION OF STORM DAMAGED FACILITIES PROJECT NO. 72-3 PUBLIC LAW 91-606, APPLICATION NO. 329-4 Bids are required for the entiro work as described herein: Engineer's Estimate Tuesday August 29 at ll a.rn Mith the Reverend Larry McCain of the Myrtle Avenue very Eureka Ce Sharp, Richard Orleans Calif Wernmark F’eanor 3W5 Buckspn-t Eureka Ca Wha'en Patricia L Garberville Ca 269604 269648 269701 269864 277907 270167 271642 8'21-28 LEGAL NOTICE COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS NOTICI TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by th# County Clerk of the County of Humboldt, Humboldt County Courthouse, Eu ii l    j    r-    i    ,n    Matter    of    the    Estate    of    WREN »’ ■* H-'frond George Kerr „oo»E Gordon    ;*./    eSSCS, m’nWSmTrii dan. paul Wilson, Curt ^oS2aD0nN'    *no"n    ••    WREN    day,    the 29th day of August, 1972, at NOTICE I* HEREBY «•*—«    ,im* th#* win b* publicly opened Walund quist. and Chester Sund- Agnew Wauls Emphasis Placed on Election BURBANK. Calif. (UPI) [political reception for Holly Vice President Spiro T. Agnew wood celebrities at the Western says lie wishes attention would!White House Sunday evening. and recreation are assets to our economy. “I will continue to do everything I can to restore the F>! River fishery, with proper water management and less flood* in the winter and higher waters in the summer.” he said In his prepared remarks Rice did not elaborate on whether or not the plan itself ineluded that which was introduced by [Supervisor Ray Peart and ap proved by the Board of Supervisors. That plan involve* raising Cayote Dam in Mendocino County to replace water now transferred via the Russian River from Lake Van Arsdale. swing away from his chances as a presidential contender iii 1976 to the elections this year. Ile said the debates and prophecies on his future are weakening the Republican el fort. "I'm interested in 1972.’ Agnew told newsmen on NIR! TV’s "Meet tile Press" Sunday. "All this talk about 1976 is debilitating to the party. It’s counterproductive. Four years away is an eternity 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 LANDRY, Joseph D Sr incryptment, Garden of Preyer, Colonnade* McCormick, Harold w Interment, Pine Garden Ocean View WEDNESDAY. Aug. 23rd SMITH, Slinbeth M. Interment, Pine Garden Ocean View THURSDAY, Aug. 24th SHELLEY, Mabel I Interment, Oak lawn Ocean View FRIDAY, Aug. 26th PATTERSON. Carl I. Interment. It. iernerd't SATURDAY, Aug. 26th KONSTANTIN!, Karachi, K. Interment, Garden of Devotion, Ocean View BRAVO, Pelmire M. Interment, St. Bernard'* GRIFFITTS, Robert I. Infant Interment, North Lawn Ocean View where he again was asked if recent rule changes in the party had strengthened his position as a presidential candidate in 1976 The rule changes iii effect would enhance the delegate power of conservative leaning states, and could increase Agnew s support at the next convention. “I’m only interested in those (rule) changes iii so far as they affect Hie welfare of the Republican party." Agnew said. The I ice president told television newsmen that his recent comment calling Democratic presidential candidate George McGovern "one of the greatest frauds ever considered a presidential candidate of a Swift Action Stops    Gra GARBERVILLE: - Fast aition Sunday afternoon knocked out a swiftly spreading 20 acre wildfire in grass and grassy woodland near Dugan’s mill iii the Harris area some IO miles southeast of Garberville, wit Ii most fire units and personnel securing al I am. today. California Division of Forestry headquarters at Fortuna reported a helicopter crew, which arrived on scene first, plus four aerial tankers, six pumper trucks, a con creation camp crew and a few major party was merely using .volunteers turned out on the “the M c G over n language ...turned around on him.” He said the remark was aimed at McGovern’s comment that President Nixon was a 11aud and was fraudulent in his conduct of tile war. Agnew also said he would (refrain iii the future from using the term “radielib" in descrih tug |K)litical opponents, explain mg that he never meant it as an insult. He said lie knew many persons who were proud to call themselves radicals or liberals, and that his use of the term “radielib” simply was a contraction of the two labels. Tim vice president also criticized the news media for its coverage of the Vietnam War, Raying he was “constantly amazed” at what he raid was I media emphasis on American bombing in North Vietnam while ignoring the issue of the Communist offensive the South. fire, first reported at 2:15 p.m. One pumper and a con nervation crew were on the mu today as a mop up and precau t Iona i v measure Uarlotta Woman Accident Victim FORTUNA — A Carlotta woman. Joyce Richard. 51. was hurt in a single vehicle accident on Highway 101 0.2 mile south of Drake Hill Road in the Fortuna arca at 6:20 p.m. Sunday and was taken to Redwood Memorial Hospital with reportedly minor injuries. According to the Highway Patrol, the woman lost control of her northbound passenger car, crossed into the center divider, then overturned, com against ing to rest in the No. 2 southbound lane. Reopening Of JFK Case Sought MILFORD, Conn. (UPI)-A doctor who disagrees with the Warren Commission report on the assassination of President Kennedy said Sunday he wants a private medical team to reopen the investigation. "I am going to request that a team of radiologists, neurosurgeons. criminalists and fire arms experts be assembled for an evaluation.” said Dr. Cyril IL Wecht, director of the department of forensic sciences at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. The 41 year-old forensic path ologist, now vacationing here «ist week became the first critic of the Warren Commis sion re|x>rt to view assassina (ion evidence in the National Archives in Washington He and other critics of the federal report believe Lee Harvey Oswald was part of a conspiracy to kill the President The Warren Commission found that Oswald was the only person involved in the Nov. 22 1963 assassination. Wecht said after examining the evidence in the National Archieves that the preserved brain of the President, microscopic slides of tissue removed from his bullet wounds and photographs of the bullet wounds were not available. He declined to speculate on the whereabouts of the missing ev idence. He said that because critics of the commission’s findings cannot examine this evidence many questions about Kenne dy’s wounds would remain unanswered. He said that was why lie was calling for the independent review Wecht said he was going to do “everything” in his "power” to find the brain, the slides and the photos. He said he hoped to assemble the private team "within a few weeks" after he meets with Burke Marshall, a Kennedy family representative and professor at Yale law school. and discusses medical findings. HELEN S. HENSHAW et Petitioner h_ filed herein e PETITION FOR PRCS BATE OF WILL AND FOR LETTERS Of ADMINISTRATION WITH THE WILL ANNEXED reference to which I* hereby mede for further pertlculert, and thet the time and piece of heering the seme ha* been set for September 8, 1972 et 9:00 e.m., In the Court Room of Department No. 2 of said Court, in the Court House, In the City of Eureka, California. Dated August 24. 1972. FRED J. MOORE. JR. Clerk of said Court By Doris T. Patterson Deputy Clerk HUBER A GOODWIN. MURRAY, CISSNA A PRIOR, Attorneys, et Law I Eureka, California Telephone 443-4573 Attorney* for Petitioner • /28 9/1-4 GIVEN that I by th# County Clerk of th# County of Humboldt et a public meeting in the Humboldt County Superintendent of Schools' Board Room on fhe first floor of th# Humboldt County Courthouse, Eureka, Celifornie, for performing work as follows: THE RECONSTRUCTION OF BERTA BRIDGE Bridge Number 4C-47 FOR COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT BUDGET NO. 30C-2-HS Bids ar# required for th# entire work as described herein: Engineer's Estimate Description Unit L.S. Item Ouant.ty Lump Sum his Wrong Guy LA CROSSE. Wis. (UPI) When Gregory Burl. 19, asked a passerby Saturday night to NOTICE OF HEARING OF PETITION FOR PROBATE OF FOREION WILL AND FOR LITTER! OF ADMINISTRATION WITH TNE WILL ANNEXED No. 19927 Dept. I SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT In the Melter of the Estate of OPAL D. MOLGARD, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Nora H. Scott as designated ancillary administratrix of the estate of the above named decedent, has filed herein a Pell lion for Probata of Foreign Will and for Lefter of Administration with the Will Annexed reference to which Is hereby made for further particulars, and that ♦he time and place of hearing the same has been set for Friday, September 1972 at 9 OO a m. In the Court Room of Department No. I of said Court, in the Court House, In the City of Eureka, Call fornia. Dated: Auqust 18, 1972. FRED J. MOORE, JR. Clerk of said Court By SHARON L REEVES Deputy Clerk JEREMIAH R. SCOTT, JR. SCOTT A SCOTT 1122 Fifth Street Eureka, California Telephone: 443 2781 Attorney for Petitioner 1/24 28 9/2 (S-F )2 3 4 (F)5 (F)4 (F)7 I NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE T.S. Ne. 1-1937! On Tuesday, September 12, 1972. if 11 OO AM., GIBR ALTER DEED COM PANY, es duly appointed Trustee under and pursuant to Deed of Trust recorded September 13, 1968, as insl. No. 13593, In book 975. page I, of Official Records in th# office of the County Recorder of Humboldt County, Celifornie, WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH (payable at time of sale in lawful money of the United States! on the steps to the front entrance of the Humboldt County Court house, In the City of Eureka, California al! right, title and Interest conveyed to and now held by It under said Deed of Trust In the property situated in said County and State described as: That real property situated In the County of Humboldt, State of Call fornia described as follows: BEGINNING on fhe south line of Park Street af a point distant thereon 2112 7 feel north 89 degrees 30 minutes east from the point of intersection of said south line with the east line of Myrtla Avenue according to the map of Survey No 232 made by J. N. Lenten flied in the office of the Recorder of Humboldt County, California, January 4, 1922 in Book I of Surveys page 53, and running thence southerly at right angles to Park Street 115 feet; thence easterly af right anqles 50 feet; thence northerly at right angles 135 feel to Park Street. and thence westerly along Park Street 50 tref to the point of beginning. The street address and other common designation if any, of the real property described above Is purported to be 3370 Park Street, Eureka, California 95501 The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any Incorrectness of the street address and other common designation, if any, shown herein. Said sale will be made, but without covenant or warranty, express or Implied, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances. to pay the remaining principal sum of fhe notefs) secured by said Deed of Trust, to-wit: $15,579.76, with Interest thereon, as provided in said notefsl, advances if any, under the terms of said Deed of Trust, fees, charges and expenses of the Trustee and of the trusts crea'ed by said Daed of Trust. Th# beneficiary under said Deed of Trust heretofore executed and delivered to the undersigned a written Declaration of Default and Demand for Sale and a written Notice of Default and Election check whether any police were ’n s«!i Th# undersioned caused said the area, the »«»•»    h    No,'c• of Defaulf 8nd Elec,ion sen to Lump Sum L.S. 1.734 MSM 13.768 MSM 161.0 Sq Ft. Lump Sum L.S. 9    282    4    LF. IO Lump Sum L.S. in the area. the man obliged saying “sure. Ill check." Unfortunately for Bud. the man turned out to be Police detective Douglas Abrams who arrested the youth for smoking a marijuana cigarette. be recorded in the county where the real property is located. GIBRALTAR DEED COMPANY BY Title Insurance and Trust Company agent Date: August 7, 197J By LODEMA G COFFMAN Au*horized Signature 27562 114-21 28 et Wark Removal Portions of Bridge 12 Each Driving Piles Lump Sum L.S. Repairing Piers Revising Floorbeams Furnishing Timber end Lumber Installing Timber end Lumber Installing Plywood Restoring Truss Span Housing Installing Bridge Railing and Curb Installing Lower Lateral Bracing The foregoing quantities are approx! mate only, being given as a bests for the comparison of bids, and the County of Humboldt does not, expressly or by Implication, agree that th* actual amount of work will correspond therewith but re serves the right to increase or decrease the amount of any class or portion of th* work, or to omit portions of th* work, as may be deemed necessary or advisable by the Engineer. Th# confract documents consist of Notice to Contractors, Form of Proposal Form of Agreement, Plans, Special Provi sions, and Fair Employment Practices Certification, all of which are on file In tha Office of the Humboldt County De payment of Public Works end are hereby made a part hereof. The contract docu ments also include Standard Specifica tions, published in January 1971 by the State of California, Highway Transporta Hon Agency, Department of Public Works Division of Highways, insofar as said Standard Specifications ara referred to in any other contract document as being applicable or incorporated by reference Said Standard Specifications are referred to hereinafter simply as "Standard Sped ficafions." Plans, Spacial Provisions, and other contract document forms will be avail able for examination without charge. Copies of all contract documents other than Standard Specifications may be secured at th# 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 proposal forms may be obtained by pros pective bidders upon payment of a print $2.10, including tax, which amount shall not be refundable. All checks shall be made payable to COUNTY OF HUM BOLDT and should be mailed to fhe Humboldt County Department of Public Works, 1106 Second Street, Eureka, Call fornia 95501. Copies of the Standard Specifications may be purchased from the Department of Public Works, State of California. No bid will be considered unless it is made en a blank form furnished by the County Department of Public Works and is made in accordance with the prov sions of the Standard Specifications and Special Provisions. Th# Board of Supervisors of th# County of Humboldt reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any Irregu larlfy ar informality which Is contained in any bld. The bidder's attention is directed to fhe provisions in Section 2 of fhe Stan dard Specifications for the requirements and conditions which he must observe In the preparation of the proposal form and the submission of the bld. The State Contract Act is not applic able, and prospective bidders will not be required to be prequallfied. Pursuant to Section 1773 of the Labor Code, the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and the general prevailing rate for holiday and overtime work In the locality for each craft classification or type of workman needed to execute the contract was published in the Times-Standard, a newspaper of general circu lation, on September 21, 1971; is on file in th# office of the County Clerk, Humboldt County Courthouse, Eureka, and Is available there to any Interested party on request Apprentices may be employed providing that alt of the provisions of Section 1777 5 of the Labor Code are complied with. Dated: August 15. 1972 FRED J MOORE, JR. County Clerk and ex officio Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of th# County of .    *“"'*»!?*•    of    California. By FANNIE L. SEMILA Deputy Clerk • /19 thru 1/28 COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the County Clerk of the County of Hum-bold*, Humboldt County Courthouse, Eureka, California, until 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, the 29th day of August, 1972, at which time they will be publicly opened by th* County Clerk of the County of Humboldt at a public moating in the Humboldt County Superintendent of Schools' Board Room on the first floor of the Humboldt County Courthouse, Eureka, California, for performing work as follows: THE CONSTRUCTION OF STORM DAMAGED FACILITIES PROJECT NO. 72-6 PUBLIC LAW 91-606, APPLICATION NO. 329-4 FUND NO. 162 BUDGET ITEM NO. 120-301-2-11! Bids are required for th# entire work as described herein: En«ineer's Estimate Item Quantity Unit Description of Work 1    40    L F.    Relay    I!"    Corru gated Steel Pipe 2    20    L F.    Relay    48"    Corru gated Steel Pipe 3    ITO    L.F.    Relay    I"    Iron Pipe Overflow 4 Lump Sum L.S. Clearing and Grubbing 5    10,520    CY.    ~ 170 348 LF. C.Y. Roadway Excavation 20 •0 I Lump Sum 11,200 1,500 460 500 430 320 11,300 450(F) 1,200 1,200 200 3.700 8 20 5.600 70 1,820 22 23 24 0.5 Acre 272 Structure Excavation (Bridqa) IOO C.Y. Structure Excavation 1,085 C.Y. Structure Excavation (RSP) 248 C.Y. Structure Backfill (Bridge) 95 C.Y. Structure Backfill Erosion Control C.Y. Class 2 Aggregate Base I 14 Ton Liquid Asphalt MC-70 (Prima Coat) 7.4 C.Y. Sand Cover Prime Coef 2,016 S Y. Double Seal Coat 34 L F. Asphalt Concrete Dike (Type A) 33    C.Y.    Class A Concrete Lump    Sum    L.S.    Repair Steel Truss (Bridge) 18    L.F.    18" Corrugated Steel Pipe (.064") 98    L F.    48" Corrugated Steel Pipe .    .    .    Downdrain ((.079") 21    Lump    Sum    L.S.    48" C.S P Down- drain Anchorage System 375    C.Y.    Rock Slope Protection (V* Ton, Method A) 1,804    C.Y.    Rock Slope protection (I Ton, Method A) 57    C Y,    Rock Slope Protection (8 Ton, Method A) The foregoing quantities are approximate only, being given as a basis for the comparison of bids, and tha County of Humboldt does not, expressly or by implication, agree that the actual ameunt of work will correspond therewith but reserves the right to increase or decreer th# amount of any class or portion of tha work, or to omit portions of the work, as may be deemed necessary or advisable by the Engineer. Tha contract documents consist of Notlca to Contractors, Form of Proposal, Form of Agreement, Plans, Special Provisions, and Fair Employment Practices Certification, all of which are on file in the Office of the Humboldt County Department of Public Works and ere hereby made a part hereof. The contract documents also include Standard Specifications, published in January 1971 by the State of California, Highway Transportation Agency, Department of Public Works, Division of Highways, insofar as said Standard Specifications are referred to in any other contract document as being applicable or Incorporated by reference. Said Standard Specifications ore referred to hereinafter simply as "Standard Specifications." Plans, Special Provisions, and other contract document forms will be available for examination without charge. Copies of all contract documents other than Standard Specifications may be secured 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 documents Included by reference) and proposal forms may be obtained by pros-pective bidders upon payment of a print-mg end service charge in the amount of ing and service charge in the amount of $5.25, including tax, which amount shall not be refundable. All checks shall be made payable to COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT and should be malled to the Humboldt County Department of Public Works, 1106 Second Street, Eureka, California 95501. Copies of the Standard Specifications may be purchased from the Department of Public Works, Slate of California. No bid will be considered unless it is made on a blank form furnished by the County Department of Public Works and is made in accordance with the provisions of the Standard Specifications and Special Provisions, The Board of Supervisors of th# County of Humboldt reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any irregularity or informality which is contained in any bid. Th# bidder's attention is directed to the provision* in Section 2 of th# standard Specifications for the requirements and conditions which he must observe In th# preparation of the proposal form and the submission of the bid. Th# Stat# Contract Act Is not applicable, and prospective bidders will not be required to be prequallfied. Pursuant to Section 1773 of tha Labor Code, the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and the general prevailing rate for holiday and overtime Work in the locality for each craft classification or type of workman needed to execute th# confract was published In the Times-Standard, a newspaper of general circulation, on September 21, 1971; Is on file in the office of the County Clerk, Humboldt County Courthouse, Eureka, and is available there to any Interested party on request. Apprentices may be employed providing the* all of the provisions of Section 1777.5 of the Labor Code ar# complied with Dated: August IS, 1972 FRED J MOORE, JR. County Clerk and ex officio Clerk of the Beard of Supervisors of the County of Humboldt, state of Celifornie. By FANNIE L. SEMI! A Deputy Clerk 1/19 thru I '28 Item Quantity Unit Description af Wain L.F. Relay Pipe Down-Material drain I" CSP L.F. Relay Pipe Downdrain 18" CSP Ea. Reset I" Tapered Inlet L.S. Clearing and Grubbing C.Y. Roadway Excavation C.Y. Channel Excavation C.Y. Structure Excavation C.Y. Structure Excavation (RSF) S.F. Shaped Bedding C.Y. Structure Backfill C Y. Imported Borrow C.Y. Imported Rxky Lb. Commercial Fertilizer Lb. Fiber Lb. Seed Base Tons Class 2 Aggregate Tons Liquid Asphalt MC-70 '(Prime Coat) Tons Sand Cover S Y. Double Seal Coat Tons Asphalt Concrete L.F. Place Asphalt Concrete Dike 1.4 C.Y. Class A Concrete (Minor Structure) 76    L F.    18"    CSP    (.044") 54    L F.    30"    CSP    (.079") 56    L.F.    60"    CSP    (.109") 76    L F.    66"    CSP    (.IOT') 130    L.F.    72"    CSP    (.138") 4.000 L F. Furnish end Install Drain Pipe (Horizontal Drain) 4.000 L.F. Drill Hole (Horizontal Drain) 300 L.F. I" Collector (Horizontal Drain) 110 L.F. I" CSP Downdrain ( 044") IOO    L F.    18"    CSP    Down drain (.079") 40 L.F. 30" CSP Down-drain (.044") 18 L.F. 60" CSP Downdrain (.109") 4 Ea. I" Entrance Taper (Type 2) 9 Ea. I" Anchor Assembly IO Ea. 18" Anchor Assembly 3 Ea. 30" Anchor Assembly 3 Ea. 40" Anchor Assembly ' 15 L.F. 34" CSP Pipe Inlet (OMP) 130 L.F. 72" CSP PIPE Invert Planking 5 L F. 41" CSP Pipe Riser (.109") (Relief Riser) I Ea. ll" steel Flared End Section 1,500 Tons RSP (Vs Ton Method A) 190 Tons Concreted RSP (14 Ton Method B) 25 C.Y. Class B Concrete (Slope Protection) 250 L.F. Metal Beam Guard Railing (Wood Post) Th# foregoing quantities are approximate only, being given as a basis for th* comparison of bids, and th* County of Humboldt does not, expressly or by implication, agree that the actual amount of work will correspond therewith but reserves th# right to increase or decrease the amwnt of any class or portion of the work, or to omit portions of the work, as may be deemed necessary or advitant by th* Engineer, The contract documents consist of Notice to Contractors, Form of Proposal, Form of Agreement, Plans, Special Provisions, and Fair Employment Practice* Certification, all of which are on file In th# Office of the Humboldt County Department of Public Works and ere hereby ngade a part hereof. The contract documents also Include Standard Specifications, published in January 1971 by the State of California, Highway Transportation Agency, Department of Public Works, Division of Highways, Insofar as said Standard Specifications are referred to In any other contract document as being applicable or incorporated by reference. Said Standard Specifications ara referred to hereinafter simply as "Standard Specifications." Plans, Special Provisions, end other contract document forms will be available for examination without charge. Copies of all contract documents other than Standard Specifications may be secured at the Office of the Humboldt County Department of Public Works, 1104 Second Street, Eureka, Celifornie. Plans, Special Provisions (not including Standard Specifications or other documents included by reference) and proposal forms may be obtained by prospective bidders upon payment of a printing and service charge In th# amount of $10 50, including tax, which amount shall not ba refundable. All checks shall be mede payable to COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT and shcxjld be malled to th# Humboldt County Department of Public Works, 1106 Second Street, Eureka, California 95501. Copies of th* Standard Specifications may be purchased from th# Department of Public Works, State of California. No bld will be considered unless It I* made on a blank form furnished by th* County Department of Public Works and is made In accordance with th# provi-sions of the standaid Specifications end Special Provisions. The Board of Supervisors of the County of Humboldt reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waiv* any Irregularity or informality which Ii contained in any bid. The bidder's attention Is directed to the provisions In Section 2 of th# Standard Specifications for the requirements and conditions which he must observe In the preparation of the proposal form end the submission of the bld. The State Contract Act It not applicable, end prospective bidders will not bo required to be prequelifled. Pursuant to Section 1773 of tho Labor Code, the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and the general prevailing rate tor holiday and overtime work in the locality for each craft classification or type of workmen needed to execute the contract was published in the Times-Standard, a newspaper of general circulation, on September 21, 1971; is on file rn fhe office of the County Clerk, Humboldt County Courthouse, Eureka, and Is available thare to any Interested party on request. Apprentices may be employed providing that all of th* provisions of Section 1777.5 of th# Labor Code ara complied with. Dated: August IS, 1972 FRED J. MOORE, JR. County Clerk and ex officio Clark of th* Board of Supervisors of the County of Humboldt, State of California. By FANNIE L. SEMILA Deputy Clerk 1/19 thru 1/21 ;