Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 4, 1962 · Page 19
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 19

Eureka, California
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Wednesday, April 4, 1962
Page 19
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Peas - Green Beans sosfi'"! 00 Tomato Juice «««. Kernel Corn #303 6 for l°° Applesauce #303 Cream Corn ^ 6 lor l°° Fruit Cocktail ; Catsup u.o, 7'° 1°° Peaches Tomato Sauce B*.12'"1 00 Peaches 00 I ;±303 00 303 Halves Hills Bros. COFFEE All Grinds Monarch - Solid Pack, White Meat TUNA HALVES Borden's SALAD DRESSING Challenge OIL . .qt. qt. - I 15 B ~^c k c qt. DOG FOOD Foremost or Challenge 16-01. cans 1 _ f\f\ Foremost Big Dip for S W mftf - - -ids Borden's Sunshine - Krispy CftACK Zee - 4 Roll Paclc ib. ,lb. pack ..1/2 gal. ,., 100 k 3 til QQ Nulaid Grade AA ._,,_,, " 1 EGGS M . giant pack do, Fresh ASPARAGUS U. S. No. I POTATOES WHITE ' GRAPEFRUIT 8-LB. BAG CRISP, FRESH LETTUCE heads Large - Choice - Navel ORANGES oo FROZEN FOODS All Varieties Swanson TV Dinners All Varieties Johnson Fruit Pies Homestead Raviolis Sauce Ad effective April 5, 6, 7 f Hours: 8-8 daily Sundays 9-6 p.m. OSts. GREEN STAMPS Air Force Capfain Faces Courf Martial WIESBADEN, Germany (UPD A U.S. Air Force captain accused of giving military Information to East .Germany will be tried by a general court martial April 10, the Air Force announced today. The trial of Capt. Joseph P. Kauffman, 43, will be held here, the Air Force's European headquarters. Kauffman, whose last home address was In New York City, was arrested last fall in the United Stales and brought to Germany for his case to be investigated. The formal charges Were placed last month. They Include seven counts of violating four articles of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Kauffman was arrested at Castle Air Force Base, Calif., where he was a finance officer after an East German secret service officer defected to the West. The testimony of the officer, iunther Maennel, at a preliminary hearing in January closely resembled the formal charges inter lodged against Kauffman. The captain, a native of Rut,and, VL, is accused of conspiring With East Gdrrnans, including Maennel. to pass on U.S. military rifofmallon to Communist aU- ac- thofities. tie also is accused-of giving: lem information, knowing It would go to the Soviet Union, oil U.S. Air Force strength and or- ;anlzatlon at air bases in Gfeen- and and Japan. . Kauffman Is c h a r g e d with agreeing to return in 1963 to East Berlin, where he had met Maennel, for special training in order .0 obtain and convey military in- 'ormatlon to the Communists. There Was no mention hi the charges of espionage or treason. Air Force officials said if Kauffman is Convicted on all counts, ie could receive life imprison- mnle. By The HI. Rev. Msgr. Thotiias J .Grady Director, National Shrine of Tlie Immaculate Conception Washington, D. C. (Roman Catholic) WHItcn For DPI The sign on the cross read ·Jesus of Nazareth." But to His mother standing there, this was rather Jesus of Calvary. Jesus of Nazareth was the baby she had held in her arms, the child in the doorway, the boy who sat across the table. She knew, of course, that the soiled, tormented man on the cross was her boy. He had come to her shrouded In mystery. She had held him in her heart and in her body. She had believed him to be God. Now He was in other arms. All around her was hatred and rejection for Him. Unable to touch or relieve Him, wilhin her heart she held Him. With absolute faith and trust, bending anguish to her will, she looked up at Him. She accepted Him just as He was. On Calvary, one heart adored the King. Mary wanted to be on Calvary with her Son. Christ wanted her to be there to have a part in the supreme moment of His life, His sacrifice and perfect act of love for His Father and for mankind Sometimes we think that G o d cannot love us, if He asks us to suffer. Vet Christ's love called Mary to Calvary. Her l o v e brought her there. The great moments of our lives are those in which, with love, we offer oUr wounds to the wounded Christ. Gafberville Man's Son Competes In Army Ride Match GRAFENWOHIi, Germany (Ah- ncl-Army PFC Clark E. Matthews, is participating in the U. Army, Europe (USAREUR) Small Arms Matches in Grafen- \vohr, Germany, The matches are scheduled to end April 8. His father, Garrett E. Mat- :heWs, lives on Star Route, Gar- jervillc, Calif. Winners of these rifle and pis- .ol matches, which began March 23, will represent US.MEUR in :he All - Army Championship, Matches at Fort Benning, Ga., early this summer. Matthews, a rifleman in the 4th Armored Division's Combined \rrns Detachment in Erlangcn, iermany, entered the Army in July 1%0 a n j received basic L'ombat (raining at Fort Jackson, S. C. He arrived overseas in January I%1. Kennedys Holding Easter Egg Roll WASHINGTON (UPD -- President and Mrs. Kennedy will hold the annual Easier 'egg roll for Washington area children April 2.1. Thousands of children 12 years old and under are expected to sWnrm over the south lawn of the White House from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the egg roll. SOUND Thunder ordinarily is heard only for distances of about 15 lo 18 miles; gunfire can be heard, un- :lcr favorable conditions, for much greater distances, according to Ihe Kncyclopcdia Rrilannica. Rumbles On Medical Plan WASHINGTON (UPD -- Re|nnV ican National Chairman William 3. Miller today brushed aside Republican grumbling about the medical care for the aged plan he put forth under a GOP party abel. "We have to he for something," he New York congressman said. 'If we waited to try to get Unanimous agreement we'd never do anything. And as far as the pubic is concerned, we'd be nega- .ive." Without the approval of the [louse GOP leadership, Miller ad Danced the proposal as the Re- lUblicans' election-year answer to 'resident Kennedy's plan to pro- ide medical care for the elderly hrough higher Social Security .axes. Hie GOP plan would make available free to all persons over rhedical-hosnitallzation insurance policies now sold by private -irrns for $125 a year. The estimated cost of $1.6 billion a year would be botne by the Treasury through income tax rebates or direct subsidies to the aged. Other congressional news: Bonds! Sen. George D. Alken, R-VL, said surprise grumblings jom some Republicans over the compromise U. N. bond bill would only cost the proposal about five voles. He said it would pass the Senate anyway by a "substantial vole." Storms: The House Oceanogfa- :hy subcommittee opened hearings on what the federal government can do to improve weather r orecasts and warnings of storms like the one which hit the Atlantic Coast earlier this month. Experts of half a dozen government agencies were scheduled to testify. Astronauts Can r t Take Free Homes WASHINGTON (UPD - T h e seven Mercury astronauts, at the suggestion of the national space agency, have declined an offer of free homes from the Houston, Tex., Homebuilders Association. The astronauts' attorney, C. Leo De Orsey, had accepted the $24,000 houses last week for the spacemen. But the offer brought inquiries from the White House and a difference of opinion in Congress as to whether it should De accepted. Announcement of the rejection ,vas made by the National Aeronautics and Space administration (NASA) after a conference with astronaut John H. Glenn. De Orsey and NASA Deputy Administrator Hugh L. Dryden. NASA said there was no legal bar, but as a matter of policy "acceptance of the houses is not considered to be in the best interests of all concerned." "The astronauts are grateful to lie people of Houslon for (heir wonderful hospitality and for this very generous offer," NASA': statement said. "They believe the offer was made in good faith. They now feel, however, that the motives of the peoplo who made the offer and their acceptance might be misunderstood. "They have, therefore, declined the offer and Mr. De Orsey will so advise the president of the Houston Homebuilders Association." NASA Is building Its tnnnnct spacecraft center ,il Houston, nnt the astronauts will move there Ihis summer. A spokesman (or the homcbuild- crs association in Houston salt the offer was n gesture of appreciation "of more significance than a ticker tape p.irado or any olhof gesture not of lasting value." HUMBOLDT STANDARDWed., April 4, 1962, Page 20 P^^^^^^F"^^^-^^^TM^«^"^»- ·· « ~ ~^"^ ^"^ ^ -F O R T U N A L O C K E R S 1635 MAIN ST. RA 5-2354 WHY PAY MORE! 39 'ARMOUR'S F R Y E R S C Ib LEAN SHOULDER ^AP PORK ROAST JVt ROUND T-BONE LEAN jlrt PORK STEAKS 49 LEAN SHORT RIBS or BEEF SHANKS ·BBHMl ' BONELESS BEEF STEW MEAT 3i $ 1 ^mm. 59 C Ib I MOUNTAINEER «% SLICED BACON J BABY BEEF LIVER MILLER'S J mm SLAB BACON 47 Ib C Ib CUSTOM KILLING CUSTOM CUT WRAP LOCKERS FOR RENT 125ibs to 350ibs FRESH PORK By The Side CUT AND WRAPPED GROCERY DISCOUNT DEPT. SALE Compare These Prices $ then SAVE - SAVE SAVE 1 Dinette, 303 cans 1 PEAS AND CARROTS I Kimbell's, 303 cam DICED CARROTS I 303 cms , GARBANZO BEANS Market, 303 cans ) MUSTARD GREENS , Market, 303 tani 1 SLICED BEETS PORK BEANS ^t BABY FOOD **"'· 5 for $«g ? 1 15 for 1 FROZEN FOODS ASSORTED VEGETABLES 7 $ l ! FRUIT PIES 2s r P t s 5 * ORANGE JUICE 6 ! GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 6 | STRAWBERRIES 4 PEACHES 4 PINEAPPLE CHUNKS 4 Use your BANKAMERICARD in Both Depts.

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