Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 22
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 22

Eureka, California
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Thursday, April 5, 1962
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HUMBOLDT STANDARD Thursday, April 5, 1962, P. 22 EVERYONE LOVES OUR.. FRYERS WHOLE 33 c Ib BACON 2 l b , CHUCK STEAK Fine far Barbecuing . . . - Ground Fresh Several Times Daily ' c PICNIC HAMS PORK ' c Sausage 33 45\, 3 $ 1 LOOK WHAT 99= BUYS! 29 Nalley's 15 oz. can Swift's No. I Hamlet 12 oz. CHILI CORNED LUNCHEON CON CARNE BEEF HASH MEAT Hot or Reg. 4 * 99 c 3 · 99 c 3 ' 99 C Chubby Yacht Club No. 2'/ 2 DOG FOOD .. 15 ""' 99c APRICOTS ..... 4 - 99c J B COFFEE 2 IB, $105 INSTANT 10 ,,, $1.19 Lady's Choice--21/2-Lb. Jar I El I IEC erape ' Apple or JChLJhtJ mixed fruit jar SW Long Grain RICE 2 Ib. bag RICE M.J.B. 42 oz. Kraft 24 oz. jar MAYONNAISE Challenge DRY MILK 12 ,,.*.....:.... 35 C 49 c 45 e 69 e Gold Hill No. 21/2 PEACHES Canned SEA FOOD SPECIALS TUNA 5 f 0 99c North Star SARDINES 5 fc , 99c MINCED CLAMS 5 f=r 99e Saltiea CLAM CHOWDER 5 fo r 99e Suecesi OYSTERS 3 for 99C White Star Solid Pack TUNA 3f,r99c Puritan 18 o*. PEANUT BUTTER Puritan SYRUP Staley's CORN OIL Lady's Choice 24 oz. jar SYRUP 4 * 99« 39' 39 C 59 e 29' . bottle FOREMOST ICE MILK BUTTER *,.! 49c tl ,. 69c COTTAGE CHEESE p, 29c Albert FLAPJACK FLOUR Sun BI V I 2 ibs 29c 5 fc, 99C 99c CHUBBY DOG FOOD 15 cans P.r Kay 4.b,99c Sim Blast 24 oz. [ar Fri.tial DILL «g r DOG |« cans QQ PICKLES *~ C F O O D . . . IV for ""· e? Or fov " ier RMm c oiv- TIDE «,, 58 C Facial Tissue.!, 5 "°"«'9¥ c RINSO BLUE Gian , BOI . 58 C Oleomargarine 6""99 C TOILET TISUE 4;::29 e HONEY 5'89 FARM FRESH PRODUCE LETTUCE^ 8 2 heads 29c APARAGUS Te : d :2-29c AVOCADOS?; ea 9c Klamath Gem POTATOES l(K45c Flav-R-Pak Frozen Foods BROCCOLI SPEARS BRUSSEL SPROUTS CAULIFLOWER ORANGE JUICE . , t 6 r 99c STRAWBERRIES ,, 0 , 4 ,», 99c TV DINNERS Swinoni ,,«,, 49c 4005 WALNUT H 4UU3 WMLIX! en Hl 2 - 8853 MARKET ' ' ' ' ' ' ' HOURS: 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. --Sundays 8 a. m. to 7 p. m. OUR ANCESTORS byQuincy sprung up outside the 24-mile- long fence that separates the base from the rest of Cuba. There are new Cuban troops, new roads, and even a "cactus curtain." "Complains our letter was late--what's the idiot expect us to do--send mail by flying machine?" Bankruptcy Referee Speaks Af Forfuna FORTUNA -- Conley S. Brown, referee in bankruptcy for 18 northern California counties, was the guest speaker to a capacity lUdlence of 110 Interested individuals Monday noon at the Chamber it Commerce luncheon meeting in the Hospitality House. Brown, one of six bankruptcy ·efcrees serving the district north of San Jose, handled a total of 1, 257 cases during the 1961 calcn dar year, 284 of these in Hum toldt county and 22 in Del Nortc )ther random county figure v e r e Mendocino 107; Solano 164; Sonoma 259. The 1961 lota represented an average of 104. cases per month. Brankruptcy courts served by Referee Conley are in Santa iosa, Chico and Eureka. Throughout the United States he rise in bankruptcy cases wa noted with a total of 146,643 dur ng the 1961 fiscal year. Of the cases filed, 124,286 were volun tary and 1,444 involuntary. 89.6 )er cent of the total cases filet was by wage earners, Brown stated. The federal court jurisdiction of brankruptcy goes back to 1898 and in 1938 the existing federa bankruptcy law was passed, be- revised as needed. Brown explained other duties of the Bankruptcy court whereby the court sets up arrangement proceedings covering debts known as Chapter 11, Chapter 12 and Chap er 13, covering a debtor; a cor poration, or individual owner; or a wage earner. Bankruptcy referees, appoint ed by the district courts, serve or six years. The referee, al hough qualified in law, canno a practicing attorney while serving as a referee in bankrupt cy and handles only bankruptcy cases, taking over when the case s assigned to him by the court After filing bankruptcy, whlcl requires a fee of $50 and mid mum attorney fees of $200, the case takes at least two months and more generally six to seven months. In some instances, ex ilaincd Brown, bankruptcy is lenied; if not, the case will he completed and discharged. The purpose of bankruptcy is to Dnable the unproductive person n society, who may be in bat inancial state for one reason or mother (often through no fault )f his own, as in the case of ill ness or unemployment), to again jecome a productive member o: ociety. Bankruptcy frees him o: is legal, though not moral, ob- igation to pay his debts. In bankruptcy procedure, after iling. the debts and assets are isted and a first meeting of the ireditors is held. Brown told o! he importance of all creditors appearing at the meeting. The purpose of the first meet- ig is to investigate the case anc o elect or appoint a trustee. If he creditors do not elect a trus- then one is appointed by he court. This trustee becomes he creditors' representative irning what assets, if any, he in into money. Between the irst meeting and final one, there may be other meetings and a Mnkruptcy trial. The referee icts as both judge and jury hear- ng the case. In filing, Brown explained, il person does not have the $50 ee, he may take the pauper's ath and have six months in which to pny It. Brown stated "The goal of the mnkrupt is to get a legal dis- barge from all of his discharge- ble debts." However, all debts, e explained, are not discharge- blc, such as taxes, support payments, debts incurred by fraud willful misconduct; wages of lie's employees during the last irce months. Money obtained in a bankrupt- r case is first Liscd to pay the ces. then to priority creditors, nsccnrcd creditors and to sc- iircd creditors whose amount wed to them is [[renter than the nine of their securities. Once the money, if any, is paid out, the case is closed. Brown mentioned the liberal bankruptcy exemption laws in California, including the $12,500 homestead clause, the item covering $1,000 in federal savings and loan banks and other exempt deposits, and the many exemptions covering personal property. Cuba Ading Tougher, Bui f Lherma " u n T r i Whopper Of Story No Danger To Guanlanamo GUANTANAMO B A Y , Cuba quality, and described them, as (UPD--Cuba has started acting tough around this sprawling U.S. "well-disciplined, well-equipped." "The "cactus curtain" is actu- naval base in recent weeks. But a iiy composed of Ihe maya bush, the Americans are not worried. a species or cactus, it Is two to In the view of Guantananio's three feet tall, h a s pink-and commander, Adm. Edward J. O'Donnell, there appears to be no immediate position. threat to the U.S. needles. It grows more outward than upward, and spreads about five Nevertheless, a new look has yards or more from the seven- would have to wade through the Sahara Desert, maya and suffer its sting. With- The new soldiers are equipped out extremely heavy protective with Belgian-made rifles and Russian steel helmets, a far cry from the ordinary militia men who up until recently had been on duty around Guantanamo Bay. Soldiers AH Regulars clothing, a person would not go very far. Cuban Troops Surly The new Cuban troops guard the northeast gale of the base, the main exit for the 3,200 Cubans several hundred in the fence area. Rochlin Winner In Timber Auction Larry Rochlin of Arcata, the sole bidder in Uie Baldwin timber sale at the Six Rivers National Forest office in Eureka yesterday, purchased 3.700.000 board feet of standing Douglas fir timber. Rochlin bought the timber, located approximately five miles appraised price of $20.40 per thousand board feel, which made the overall price $75,480. KAILUA-KOtfA, Hawaii (UPD- C. Ken Clark has a fish story that outdoes most others by one fish. He hooked a big marlin while fishing from a charter boat Tuesday and hauled in the 670-pound fish after a rope was looped around its tail. In the process the green-linged leaves and sharp fish became entangled in rocks and a companion had to dive foot-high steel fence erected by from its throat, the U.S. Navy. Anyone wanting to climb in or out of the base overboard to rope it. When they got the marlin ashore, a 30-pound dolphin popped All of the new men are regular who work at the U.S. installation, ·soldiers. They number at" least The soldiers also are stationed at intervals along the fence. So are O'Donnell said there has been an the U.S. Marines on the other enormous improvement in their side. In the past, the Cuban militiamen often talked to the Marines. The new troops do not. "This gang is extremely surly," O'Donnell said. He added that their relationship with the Americans had been "quite correct." However, there have been a few minor incidents of Cubans throwing stones at American guards, mostly at night. One Marine was reported to have been hit- by a rock hurled over the fence. But the Marines, O'Donnell said, have been instructed to pay no attention to his "kid stuff." northeast "of Willow Creek, at the One Marine sergeant described the incidents this way: "They get ·estless, and when they get restless they throw stones." About 600,000 people live in the First church organ probably was used during the time of Pope Vitalian I in the- 600s A. D. .PRESCRIPTIONS Parionil Service where your PHARMACIST !* your friend. HARRIS DRUGS We Deliver Harris 1 Union ft. Eureka HI 3-7071 Open 'til 8 p.rri. ROSE GARDEN FREE with purchase of major appliance Twelve individually foil packaged everblooming rose bushes, each 2 years old and California field grown. Bsautify your home, your church, give as gifts! Free 'only af White House Appliances Eureka -- Arcata t t « · · · · « » I M M t i I t · · ! § « · !·····«» Presenting the ears for the lively life: 3 New lively Ones froM Tom! Start this one and you really start something. Available with Thunderblrd V-8 power up to 405 hp (coupled to a 4-speed stick shift), the XL will outperform America's most expensive cars--and do it in a whisper. Standard fea tures include all-new bucket seats with a ' Thunderbird-style console in between. Being a Galaxie, the XL needs service only twice a year, or every 6,000 miles. That means more time for the lively life. Hardtop or convertible. Definitely not for pedestrian tastes I New Falcon Sports futuna! Here's a hot new number from the compact leader. The tempo starts fast with foam- padded bucket seats and a handy console in between... hits a new high note with a stylish new Thunderbird roof (vinyl-covered ii you want it) ... then goes into the lively melody of an optional 170 Special Six engine. Economy with a flair is the Sports Futura idea .,. it's priced below many standard compacts. Vew Fafrla\e 500 Sports Coupe! Don't flirt with this one unless you mean it. It has foam-padded bucket seats with a console In between ... and an all-new optional "260" Challenger V-8 that packs 164 hp. Fairlane's 'oom, ride and performance are big-car in jvery way. But no ether "big car" can compete In Fairlane's price league: with all its big-car features, this new fine car costs less than many compacts. PRODUCTS OF ( ) MOTOR COttMW JOIN THE LIVELY ONES AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S--THE LIVELIEST PLACE IN TOWN SEE YOUR FORD DEALER FOR THE BUY OF THE YEAR

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