Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 4, 1962 · Page 9
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 9

Eureka, California
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Wednesday, April 4, 1962
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HUMBOLDT STANDARD Wed., Apiil 1. I962, Page 10 The U. S. Icfleral toniliR'tcd l!ti nationwide Indus( r i a l censuses: next being scheduled lor HIM. 'STAY IN DKTIIOIT DKTHOIT i L ' l ' l i - HjjMm: members of tin; !%l Uclrt'ii Lions ui'o football team will make tin 1 motor city their off-season headquarters this year. DIG DAILY DOUBLE NI'JW YORK ( U P I ) - The blfc :est daily double payoff in N~ York was $-1.3131)0, returned b Buddie Bones and Junction Cit at Heltnont park on Aug. 27, A Striking Example of Quality Workmanship Fuller Glass Chosen for Wells Fargo Bank Installation The "A" frame design of the new Wetis Fargo Bant' building makes if the unique structure of Eureka. Thi:, dynamic architecture is let off by it':, drilling use of glass. To assure the most successful results, W. P. Fuller and Co. was chosen for its quality products and skilled workmanship. When you need glass for business or home remember . . "you ioo can nk on Fullers!" W. P. FULLER and Company 90 W. 5th St. Eureka HI 2-6421 'Unknown' Could Win II All In Masters FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (Ul'li-Thcy lee it up in lire Masters Thursday and when all Ihc firing is over the winner could c an "unknown." Say like Don Fairfield. Listing the C-foot, 2-inch 175- winder as an "unknown" is rather stretching it. Yet he is one of a group of players such as Billy Maxwell, Paul Harncy, ardncr Dickinson, Bob Goalby, Bill Collins and a few others who jever have won a major title. They arc all in the "thirty-ish" Bracket, give or take a few years, and they have been around a ivhilc. Yet they haven't hit it big. As e.xample, during the Doral Open at Miami when Goalby grabbed the lead, somebody asked: "Who is Bob Goalby?" "Why," said a PGA official, "he's a very well known pro." "How he? Docs he have any children? Did he ploy college 1' football? What's his background? How did he start playing golf?" Those questions fired at the official elicited little more than a blank stare. He, as a matter of fact, knew absolutely nothing about Goalby except that he was "a very well known pro." The truth is that the publicity doesn't shower down on a pro un til he hits one of the big jackpots --the Masters, U.S. Open or PGA. Actually, Fairfield is one of the top winners on the tour. He earned $22,000 with his sticks two years ago and is over $10,000 already this year. It costs me about $250 a week to live on the tour," says Fairfield, who was so short of money that he traveled in a trailer when he first began hitting the trail in 1955, "But besides my earnings Vm helped ,by a sporting goods affiliation (Spalding), endorse ments and other income." The slender Fairfield, who bears a facial resemblance to a younf, Abe Lincoln, suffered a penicillin poisoning attack in 1957 which curbed his development or he might otherwise already be a headliner. Born in Wichita. Kan., he has been out of the money only once since the 1961 Open. He was second at both Phoenix and Pensacola this year.. "I think my game is sounder,' he explains, "and I'm beginning to drive better and to select my clubs better. The secret of pro golf is to learn to save shots. II you can save a shot a day, whal tremendous difference thai makes at the end of the season.' welcome Wells Fargo Bank Ballinger's is proud to have installed the vertical Venetian blinds as part of the attractive interior decorations of the new Wells Fargo Bank. For your residential or commercial window covering needs, call on Ben Ballinger's 16 years' experience in the window covering business. VENETIAN BLINDS BY BALLINGER'S 2169 Broadway Eureka HI 2-5954 Conservation, Yes, Bui Not En His Pocket- Fred Landenberger, secretary-manager of the Redwood Region Conservation Council, has seen many truckloads of logs during his career, but this is the first one he ever had on his own car. The close squeak for the RRCC official occurred on Freshwater Road yesterday afternoon when a loaded truck, driven by Raymond Hooper, 36, of Eureka, lost its steering control. Landenberger, 38, saw the impending doom bearing down on him and tried to out- drive it but the load spilled with the result above. Landenberger, fortunately, was uninjured. Italy $8 Billion In Price-Supported Crops WASHINGTON (UP1) -- The jovernmcnt's investment in price upported commodities totalct 7,718,406,000 as of Feb. 28. This as about $67 million less than he investment a month earlier. The investment was made up o $4.8 billion in commodities craned eight-month period ended Feb. 28 outright by the Commodity Credit as compared to $664 million for Corp. (CCC) and $2.9 billion in outstanding loans on farm prod ucts still held by producers. The investment as of Feb. 28 has put into effect a more relia compared \vith £7.85 billion a vcar ago. Wheat continued to be the lop item in the investment. The government owned outright 1 billion ion and held loans on 256 mil- ion bushels worth $459 million. Corn in inventory totaled 1.2 billion bushels valued at $1.45 billion. Loans on 777 million bushels were valued at $866 million. Cotton in inventory totaled 1,- ,448,657 bales worth $245.3 million while loans on 3,937,087 bales were valued at $661 million. The corporation's total net los; from all operations, including ad justments to reserves for losses amounted to $1.3 billion for thi the same period a year earlier The A g r i culture Departmen able and informative method o reporting eold storage holdings o dairy and poultry products after year's trial run. Issued on a trial basis each bushels of wheat valued at $2.14 Monday .over the past year by he Agricultural Marketing Serv- ce, the weekly report, "Cold Storage Holdings in Selected Storage Centers," will replace the "35 Cities" report which has been issued for many years. The new "Selected Storage Cen- CORNER O F ' I T I I AND I STREETS Former Eurekan To High Post Our Eureka Office will open for business Monday, April 9 Our quarters are temporary, but we'll be on hand lo help with your banking needs in the Eureka area. We will provide Savings Accounts, Checking Accounts, Dealer and Consumer Loans, Travelers Checks, Collection Service. And, of course, complete banking service will be offered when our permanent quarters are built on adjacent property. Please stop in soon --we'd like to meet you. 4th STREET TEMPORARY. OFFICE PARKING --^ FUTURE LOCATION II. E. Waile, Manager WELLS FARGO BANK OVER 130 BANKING OFFICES SCRVING NORTHERN CAUfORN'iA Former Eurekan Thomas H. ipraguc, assistant manager of tublic relations for Aerojet-Gen- eral Corporation's Sacramento ilants, was recently 'named manager of public relations for the irm's Washington, D. C. office. Sprague will replace Walter G. Vinslow, announced W. L. Gore, r ice president of customer rela- ions. In his new capacity Sprague vill concentrate on public rela- ions with the news media and ivilian and defense agencies. A graduate of College of the Pacific, Sprague has been with Aerojet at Sacramento three years. Founteen years prior he was a reporter and columnist for the Stockton (California) Record. He is a member of the Aviation Space Writers Association, the American Rocket Society and the Navy League. He also serves on the National Publication Committee for the Navy League. Sprague and his wife, Patricia, have two sons, Gary and Brian. Sharp Drop In Factory Hiring WASHINGTON (DPI) - Factory hiring declined more than usual in February. The Labor. Department reported Monday that the hiring rate dropped from H for each 1,000 workers to 34 per 1,000. The sharpest declines were in the rubber, lumber and leather industries. PERFECT MARK NEW YORK (UPI) - Whitey ?ord of the New York Yankees holds the world series record of nine victories but Lefty Gomez, itching for the Yankees in the :!)32-36-37-38 series, enjoys the distinction of having a perfect series mark. crs" report provides broader coverage and reflects more accurately week-to-week changes ind seasonal trends man did the older report, entitled "Cold Storage Holdings in 35 Cities." While tile "35 Cities" series rc- .lorlcd holdings of various commodities in each of 35 cities, the ·Selected Storage Centers" report s based on six different groups of ities--one for each of the com- nodities covered, or those being lored in significant volume (but- er, cheese, shell eggs, frozen ggs, processed turkeys, and oth- r processed poultry). The department said the "seeded storage centers" statistical erics was needed because the lift in warehousing closer to reduction centers has resulted in ic report on the .15 terminal larkcls not always indicating mvcmcnl trends. 1

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