Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 10, 1962 · Page 20
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 20

Eureka, California
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Tuesday, April 10, 1962
Page 20
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HVMBOLDT STMNDAflDTuesday. April 10. 1962, P. 20 Gl Diet May Be Too Good; Doctors May Alter Menu WASHINGTON (DPI) -- TH Army doctors have sent a shuddc through the U.S. armed forces b suggesting that the average so dier eats to'.) much rich food ai should be put on a diet. Tlip Army said today that the. findings are under review. Bi there was a horrible feclin that the doctors had armed then Delves with facts and figures ar were likely to prevail. Almost as had as the change i tlu menu for some of the GI \vas the prospect of learning th difference between saturate an polyunsaturnteil fats. The forme predominate in the present cho\ but the latter would get a vigo ous nod of approval in the ne die! "This is a reduction in foot such as whole milk, cream, bu ter. hard cheeses, beef, pork, sa lad shortening and chocolate which are high in saturated fats, liic doctors explained. Recommend Substitutions "In contrast," they continue! "chicken, turkey and other tow fish and shellfish, cottage cheesi cereals, fruits, nuts, and natura vegetable oils are all relative! high in polyunsaturated fatty acid Debate Delegates From Four Stales To Speak At HSC HUMBOLDT STATE COLLEG -- Ilumboldt State will host four-state "Province of the P; cific" college debate tournamen sponsored by Phi Kappa DelU national debate honorary, Apr 12. 13 and 14. The Province of the Pacific i one of 10 provinces or region in the United Slates into whicl Phi Kappa Delta membership i divided. The Pacific province in eludes California. Arizona, Nc vada and southern Oregon. Dr. Edward Steele, Humbold Slate, will be tour iiamcnt director this year of th annual tournament. He will be assisted by Professor Milton Dob kin, chairman of the Division o. Language Arts at Ilumboldl. Individual contests during the three-day lournament will be held in debate, discussion, extemporaneous speaking and oratory. Speakers will be judged by members of the Humboldt State faculty and former members of Phi Kappa Delta living in the community. Debate rounds will start at 5 p.m. Thursday a n d continue through Friday and Saturday. On Friday evening, delegates will at tend a dinner-dance at the Bella Vista Inn. Visitors may attend any of the tournament rounds at no charge PRICELESS DRUGS Stan Cloney "A modern top quality brand prescription drag may save your life, or the life of a member of your family at a cost of only ?:I.OO to $10.00, or in a very few cases, a little more," .said Stan Cloney of Cloncy's Fieti Cross Pharmacy. "But. regardless of cost, today's immensely effective drugs are priceless because of their cura- t i v e powers." continued Cloney. To provide prompt, precise service for you when you need it we always maintain ample stocks of Hie leading brands of drugs on the market today. To always serve you better we also rent sick room equip- m e n t , wheelchairs etc., and we offer free in - town delivery daily. We maintain the type of spotless pharmacy which we t h i n k you expect in anything so v i t a l to your health. You arc always welcome at Cloney's Ki'd Cross Pharmacy located at 52;! ~th street in Downtown Knrcka. be it to make a purchase or ask a question. Stop and see for yourself. Honey's is engcr to serve your pro- M'riplicm a n d d r u g sundry needs w i t h courtesy and dispatch. and are therefore recommendcc Not loo convincingly, the doctor added that "this does not reprc sent a radical change in th American diet." "Many of tile changes arc sub stitutions: certain margarines fo butter, skim milk for whole milk vegetable oils for salad shortci i nings, sponge and angel food cak for richer pastries, more fish ant fowl and less beef and pork, they said. The findings were turned in b Col. Weldon J. Walker, chief the cardiology service at Waltc Reed Army Hospital in Washing, ton, and U. Col. Jacques L. Sher man Jr., chief of the medical rt search branch. They were pul lished in the last issue of "Mil tary Medicine," official journa of the Association of Militar Surgeons. Young Suffer Attacks The two doctors began by de molishing the idea that heart at tacks affect only senior officer about to retire. They said th average age ot men dying c heart trouble in the Army is 4: Moreover, they said, 77 per cen of the 22-year-olds who wer killed in Korea had some of th s y m p t o m s of atherosclerosis wihch could lead to a heart at tack. They emphasized that this is i major problem in the Army. I 1958, the last year for which com plete figures were available, thcr were 959 hospital admissions, 32 medical discharges, 166 death and 90,915 lost, man-days due t atherosclerosis. Kennedy To Stay Out Of Ransom Deal With Castro .WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Ken icdy administration is keeping ou if the Cuban prisoners-for-ransom iffair, but is placing no obstacles n the way of privale negotiations y Cuban exiles. Officials said the matter was eing "played by ear" as it un- Ids and that no hard and fast olicy has been adopted. But they said two lines of think- ig emerged from a series of high vel staff meetings here Monday hich at times included President ennedy: --First it appeared clear that ic administration itself will take D part in the negotiations or in ny fund-raising. --Second, as matters stand now ie government would do nothing o interfere with private efforts. As a first step the U.S. Immi ·ation and Naturalization Service granted permission for a commit ee of four Cuban exiles to go to lavana to negotiate with Prcmiei Fidel Castro. But there was little pplimisrr mong administration officials foi happy outcome. They recalled how Castro's pris oners-for-tractors offer last yea izzled out in excessive demands Expanded Parking Facilities Voted At Rohner Grange ROHNERVILLE - The Rohnc : Grange regular meeting was hel( recently at the grange with grange master Fred Malloy ^residing. C. H. Farrar, secre ,ary read the minutes of the pre Jous meeting and a financial re ort was given by the grango rcasurer, Kate Be.loni. Because of the limited parking space on Main street due to tin new parallel parking ordinanci he grange members voted ti gravel the lot adjacent to tin Odd Fellows hall to give a large parking area. Judy Christenscn, serving a ecturer pr-tem, introduced Rob erl Maddalena, music instruclo at the Fortuna Union high school .laddaicnn directed the FUHS Dance Band in a 15-minute pro ;ram of dance music. The meet ng was adjourned and refresh mcnts were served in the grang dinmg room. Baptist Revival Set At Arcata Free Will Baptist church wil iponsor the Hcv. Montgomery n Vntioch, in a revival session o he church April 15 (Sunday! i lie Arcata Labor Temple at 1 .in. The revival meeting is open ti he public. NKW OOI.IJ To open up new gold nrc bodies or Hit famous llomcslakc mim. icatcil at Lead. S. I)., a haft has been sunk (i.lill feel iclmv Ihe surface of the earth ; MONTGOMERY WARD Corner of 4th F Streets · Eureka Phone HI 3-3033 - . ' . ; ' ' ; HOURS: Daily 9:30-5:30; Fridays 9:30-9:00 10 Days Only HERE IS YOUR GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY T© SAVE MONEY ON THIS VALUE PACKED FREEZER SALE WITH A HUGE QUANTITY OF FOOD MEAT INCLUDED. MODERN 9.4 CU. FT. COMPACT FREEZER FITS RIGHT IN, SAVES YOU SPACE Thrifty with floor space, generous with storage space ! Big 315 Ib. capacity; fast- freeze section; 4 refrigerated shelves. Door holds 40 pkgs. FREEZER AND MEAT SPECIAL VALUE! 21 FT. FREEZERS 739 LB. FOOD CAPACITY ROOMY CHEST offers ideal storage for bulky items, has 2 lift-out baskets for easy access, 3 adjustable dividers. 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