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Humboldt Standard (Newspaper) - July 27, 1953, Eureka, California 0*tOOM CAil’OaN'A WI VAOA WUN AClZOMA WIW MlltCO TI I At tOUlSIAH* S8OTHWN PACirlC COMPANY. D J. MMU. O-**"* Take It From Me dollar for dollar and Ounce for Ounce THERES MORE FLAVOR Recreation Road Knights sui! meet tonight •t 7:30 p. rn. in the Marine View office. Friendship Circle will begin the evening with a potluck dinner ct 6 30 p. m. Everyone over 50 is invited to join this friendly group that meets in the Teen Center, 406 lith street. Men's Softball — In the first game at 7:30 p. m. at Parkside. Broadway Center will play Mutual Plywood and in the second game the Telephone Employees will play the White House. Horseshoe Pitchers—Games and practice sessions will be held tonight at Parkside courts at 7 p. rn Movies—Free movies will be held at North of Fourth at IO a. m on Tuesday, July 28. Two showings will be held on Carson Park; one at I p rn. and again at 2 p. rn. • Portsmouth Plaza in San Francisco is the original plaza of San Francisco in Spanish-Mexican da vs. MINOR ARCATA • PHONE 6 70 JUST TONIGHT and TUES. DONT MISS THIS ONE JEAR SIMMONS-stevari GRANGER DLBOfiJUi KERR * CHARIES LAUGHTON ENDING TODAY! WHEN WORLDS COLLIDED CPW tw TECHNICOLOR ANO DONT MISS THESE TWO DIFFERENT TIC TI KES! NOW TWO HITS a. wtOT/ Kim W^Nisiyescw Mi haves sr !^0 FORTUSA— Barbara Huntington, noted trick-rider from Eugene. Oregon will be a feature of the Fortuna• Rodeo. August I and 2 in the famous Rohner Talk arena Western Market* Physician Father At Age 92 Live- I ‘eavy In Fire At Fortuna Mill Losses may run as high as $85,000 for the fire that razed the Hansen-Pacific corporation lumber mill at Fortuna Saturday evening, when a trim saw. edger, mill building, and the entire electrical and conveyor systems were .destroyed. The blaze broke out only three days after construction began on a $300,000 new sawmill. President and general manager of the corporation, H. R. “Bob" Hansen. Jr., said today construction on the new sawmill would continue and may be completed before the original completion date of December 15. Original plans had been to include the razed mill as a part of more extensive mill operations. The fire broke out at the existing mill at approximately 6 p. rn. Saturday. The baze was discovered by the night watchman, who said the fire sprang up from underneath the mill’s trim saw. Two fire trucks from Fortuna answered the call, with about 20 volunteers battling the blaze, as well as one fire truck from the Eureka fire department. Robert Lee, Fortuna fire chief, said the fire apparently started either in the electrical equipment or from spontaneous com- The rodeo will he a major part of the For-    “wfnu’‘ j*,-,    , • ,    ,    .    I nere were no injuries reported tuna Diamond Jubilee, which gets under- because nj the blaze. wav on Wednesday, Julv 29.    ... * ■    ■    General Manager Hansen ex- ______________________________________ pressed his gratitude for the cooperation and quick work of the Fortuna firemen and other volunteers that helped to prevent the fire from spreading. Hansen said the head rig and resaw were saved largely through their efforts. He said plans for recon-____________ Booked    at    the Humboldt county struction of the razed mill uere todav hard work ov*r ^e weekend, one person undecided at the present time. was charged with tampering with * “I if* | i_ii it JDO! DT CTANHARD Monday. July 27, 1953. Page 3 • • Azalea Shrine — Azalea Shrine No. 47, White Shrine of Jerusalem, will meet at Masonic temple tonight at 8 o'clock, following a 6:30 potluck-supper for, members and their families. A hobby show will he one feature of the meeting, and all that have hobby material have been invited to participate. Tables will be set up in the lobby for display purposes. A program will follow the busiress meeting at which! Mrs. Parks will preside. T.V. Time Is NOW ! Art Fudem Mr. T.V. DERI- COLLECTIONS Armani*    Ctilmi    if ART RIBS •f 4eht*-an?where la America Hr collection*-No fee W« tdfioet all MIU JOHN H ADAMS CO. •M Its CL BEHA PH HI FOR VACATION CASH From $50 Up to $2,500 — See the "MERCANTILE MONEY-IN-MINUTES MEN” Pvt. Eolian L. Quillen IS 56-, 220 282 of Eureka. California has been assigned to Camp Roberts. California to begin his military training. Pvt. Quillen whose father, Eolian Quillen, resides at Route I Box 522 Rutrsks. Vsligot-nis has been assigned to Co. “A** 23rd Armed Inf. Bn. at Camp Roberts. HEARING AID USERS SAVE 20% On Factory Fresh Batteries SUITE 201    507    F    ST. Del RrUhln Loin Officer Rob Bosworth Branch Mintier Phil VaOeada Loin Officer Two Arrested For _ § _ _ ^ • • SAN FR ANCISCO (U r stock: Cattle salable HOO. Receipts in- CLINTON. la. IP — A spry elude the equivalent of about physician, who at 92 delivered his eight loads of steers and a load or own son, said so of heifers and the balance keeps his virile    and temperance    "    **    I-Losses    by fire will certainly ,    _    .    ,    I___ k-    a motor vehicle and three others _   .    / mainly cows. Trade very slow kept him healthy    .    ,    .    <.    .. ,ntr**iratoH exceed 550.000. an earlier unof- with not enough done on any nth- Dr. John D    Hullmger’s    32-    K    Howard    A    Woods    of    Shively    f*c‘a*    estimate, said    Hansen,    and er class to cablish the market year-old wife bore him an    ll-    armted    bv lheriff-|    officers    m»>'    run    between    ““    ~J Sellers askinc firm prices.    pnund    boy    st    ,h*    I,*™-    md charged with tampering with Calves salable 250. Trade active tlv home and Hullinger said he    vehicle    at    Dverville    --- and early p,    Iv    steady    Set    -    was    “still    cann*    to    go    •    » J"*", for dr*.inf whjle m oral lots of good calves upward to he cornet-tootling doctor said toxicated war, George J. Peter- Arcata LlOnS $75,000 and 400 lbs. 17-18. A few head chou butchers 20. Hogs salable 300 Trade opened moderately active and steady. Early sales choice number one nd two butchers 180-210 lbs 27 25. Hogs salable 300. Trade opened moderately active and steady. Early sales choice numher one and two butchers 180-240 lbs. 27 25 Very few other classes offered. Sheep salable 10.000 Receipts include a number of loads of well finished spring lambs. Supply of fat spring lambs practically the largest percentage of any one this season. Market not established. LOS ANGELES CUP) — Rabbits: Live 24-25. Dressed 58-60. PO ULTR V SAN FRANCISCO (UP—Dressed poultry wholesale prices: Broilers, 1*4-2** lbs., 45-46. Fryers, 2*4-3*2 lbs., 45-46; 3*2-4*7 lbs., 46-47. Roasters, 47-48. Hens, light type under 4 lbs., 34-35; 4 lbs. and over, 36-37. Hens, heavy type, all weights, 39-40. Old roosters, all weights, 27-28 Squabs, 1-1.10. Ducks, 45-46. Young tom turkeys, 49-50. Rabbits. 58-60 SAN FRANCISCO CUP) — Live poultry wholesale prices: Broilers, I*4-2*7 lbs. 30-31. Fryers. 2*4-3** lbs., 32-33; 3*2-4*j lbs., .33-34 was: , son, 23, of Eureka; Norman R. p..    ,    •    I    , 3"L Worlev- <>•of Eureka, and Rob- heme I omant his prescription for virlity 'keep everlastingly on the Hullinger, who has practiced ,rt Henry. Peterson, arrested r mote than 50 years, qualifies, Arcata police, was also charg- ARCATA — The Arcata and He has de ivcrr i more than 3,000 prj W1|^ driving without an opera- Blue Lake Lions Club will hold tor’s license. Worley and Henry their annual picnic tonight at I! inc* mal tied Lucille, his were taken into custody by offi- Camp Bauer with the affair to get I hi ekeeper. last year. She has r^rs of the California highway underway bv 7 p. rn. with the a daughter by a previous mar- patrol, ria se. The 32-year-old woman alls her elderly spouse a “perfect husband’’ and a “young man.” S. F. Dairy Market P Blue Lake Club as hosts. Following a barbecued chicken dinner prepared by George Hale and T. P. Carlson, the annual Arcata versus Blue Lake softball game will be played. There will be Large A 65^-66**; medium special activities for the children and Tom Rouse will provide en- WilttS Webb of the grade A 92 score 67; grade B 90    rju^    j5    general    chair- score 65.    *man of the affair. Cheese:    Grade A loaf 42-43;I_____ grade A singles daisies 40-42.    *    — Poultry Producers: Large AA 73; large A 68; medium A 62;; small A 43. Western Dairy: Large AA 73. SAN FRANCISCO KF—Dairy Eggs A 60-60**; small A 40**-4H*. Butter: Grade A 93 score    1teretainment School Bands To • Meet Tonight Three local elementary school Hinds that are to participate in the Fortuna Jubilee and rodeo festivities next week will convene tonight. Scotia elementary band members will meet at the Scotia school    A 68; medium A 62, small A it 4 p. rn. Rio Dell members are ***• to meet at 7:30 p. rn., in the Rio--- Dr-ll gymnasium. Isleta members • • From Manhattan Beach— will meet at the Fireman's Club- Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Hardin and house in Isleta at 7:30.    daughters, Vickie and Valerie, cf — .   i Manhattan Beach are visiting —--- M rs. Hardin’s mother, Mrs. Ma od Roasters, 34-35.    Frost, and stepfather, Carl E. Hrn<. light type under 4 lbs., Frost-341 Union st w,« The visi-23-24: 4 lbs. and over. 25-26 (tors motored here last week and Hens, heavy 28-29. Squabs, 75. type, all weights. expect lo return home this week. It is their first visit here in nine years. Old roosters, all “weights, 17-18 HUMBOLDT DRIVE-IN NOW SHOWING “Man Behind the Gun" In Technicolor is ith Randolph Scott Plus ‘According To Mrs. Hoyle* -—- • • Wednesday Meeting — Bridge The hawk-moth not only is section of the Eureka Womarr’s ____________ capable of swift, darting forward    club will meet for bridge Wednes- 'WWWW ip ma Hight, but can fly backward,    day noon at the clubhouse at 1531 dodge sidewise, stop abruptly J street. The point svstem will be Radio Programs    4 in mid-flight, and hover mo-    taught to any player present if she A tionless in the air.    wants to learn it S4nnda* . S no p rn.—I’ne ark Intr ' Bill. I 3Qp rn.—Wonderful City. b:IS p. rn.—4 aril Brow n «:<*> p m.—Gabriel Hatter * :1S p rn.— Iaeger l.umh«rl Show. * 45 p rn — Sam Haven «:$» p HI.—BUI Henry 7X0 p rn.—Local News T IS p. rn.—Six River* Report. 7 p rn.—Folk Mu*ic Show. 1:30 p rn.—f'rime Flghtora. * n rn Mk* Men *»«r    \,v * IS p rn.—Fireweather t 2<i p rn.—Time To' Dance. t*1 p m — West fief Forecast * SO p rn.—Mutual Newsreel. IO tnt p m —Fulton Lewiw Jr IO Ti p rn - Curt \t i*«ey Time 10:30 p. rn.—Coke Time. KLOS p rn —Dream Time. 11X0 p. rn.—I'rider Arrest. 11:30 p. m —The Falcon. L:001 m tk*vot•>,n«i    •**-« <i Tue«4ar. Jaly ?*. RVI ^ ^ I m I >evt»»Stun * * OO a. rn.—Yawn Patrol. «:45 a rn —Five Min With i» * 50 * rn — Weather * ’n s rn. —Rey opal New* VOO *. m.—Hemlnrw ay New** 7:15 a. rn.—Breakfast Gang. 7 45 a rn —Harper New* * rn —Mn* tea I ^end *•» * t'«s rn.—Marv farm * oo a. m —Cecil Brown. 9:15 a m. —feet’s Talk About Gardening 9 SO m. rn,—Sing Along I'* ia rn -Newa to 15 a rn - Teljo Teat IO 30 a. rn.—Take A Break tRlth Bing. >0 45 a m.—Star* tn the Spotlight 11:00 a rn.—Ladies Fair. *► a. rn -New* Brtefa. t "0 a rn.—Qtioen For A I? oo p. m —HI Noon Hi Jink It’SOp rn—Brl sa rd’* New* n rn —Ftrm 5 dvisor. reweather. 'P rn —.lark Firkwnod I to n. rn —Pacifie Coast Head im I SS p. rn.—Feminine Fancies. 1:15 p. rn.—Lucky V Ranch I SO p. m.—Game of Day—FM I 45 p rn.—Feminine Fancies I SO p m.—.Ruston News • ort n rn r P*»itnp 415p rn.^.Hemingway Vewm 4 :30 p. rn —Accent On Melody KRED - 96.3 ’ TP m.    r llp. rn —Fir t -Oo,p m —.Ti On COMING TUESDAY JOHNNY TEMBY TRIO TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY ir Music if it Entertainment -A ★ Comedy if LENZE york CU Salary - Furniture - Auto Loan, (Paid for or Not) 45 DAYS BEFORE FIRST PAYMENT MERCANTILE ACCEPTANCE CO. 511 H Street Eureka HI 3-1608 BREAD Pick Up a RITZ LOAF or LOGGER LOAF from vour Grocer tonight. See for Yourself! BUTTERNUT BREAD bakeFv at 4th and Commercial Streets Eureka ;