Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 11, 1962 · Page 18
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 18

Eureka, California
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Wednesday, April 11, 1962
Page 18
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HUMBOLDT STANDARD Wed., April I I . 1962, Page 18 WIN A FREE COLOR TV . . REGISTER NOWJ These are FRESH, PLUMP, and MEATY birds . . . delivered fresh to your Shears Supermarket. They have NEVER BEEN FROZEN! Try one, we're sure you will like it ... in fact EVERY POUND IS GUARANTEED. FRESH CUT UP FRYERS 33c Ib. I^ETPEO A* CKIT Duz · · · NEW with dish premiums LJEI CKV7CIM I Starter size . . . . 3?c Queen size . . . . PORK BEANS s,l TM' siie . 3 $1°° LUNCHEON MEATS ^ ± e 2 JELL-O All Flavors -- reg. pkgs...... |Q DREAM WHIP Topping - reg pkgs A l l W^I*^rV\ for Automatic Washers. ALL DETERGENT D, J: Pa k, J-L, :, WISK Deal Pak -'/ 2 gal CHOCOLATE CHIPS tor c c 99 39 CROSSRIB ROAST" USDA CHOICE er beef . . . boneless waste free Ib. Always fresh GROUND BEEFS- CHEESE Armour Star Swiss, Mild Cheddar, sharp cheddar, longhorn, and Monterey Jack . . . random weights 39 F OFF "PKG. Large 12-oz. bag . . . CHOCOLATE MIX Ghirardelll instant Giant 2 3 /g pound . U.S. No. 1 Russets LUNCHEON MEATS NEW PKG. FULL POUND! Armour Sfar sliced bologna, sliced salami, piclcle loaf, olive loaf and fomato loaf. Full one Ib. pkg 59 G FRESH FRYING CHICKEN BREASTS LEGS THIGHS WINGS Ib 35c BACKS t J5c NEW FAMILY PACK Ib 59c NEW ECONOMY PACK lb 23c PARTS 59? TOMATOES Fimred 2^39e LETTUCE Crisp solid beads 2 lb 29 C ARTICHOKES La 9e moaY 3 - 33^ LEMONS Sunklsfiuicy 6-» 19« Cul Your Food Cost at Shears . . . Plus SH Greun Stumps -7 REGISTER NOW!!! GREEN STAMPS WIN A FREE COLOR TV or ... a 32 inch Black and White TV CONSOLE, with one of the world's largest screens, or ... win one of 6, 16 cup coffee makers. TV DRAWING TO BE HELD MAY 19th. CASSEROLES *,,;'· ^'.r..... 99 C BUTTER S±T» « ub ., ».69 C TUNA Ton. Time, Chunk-No. V, c.n, 4 for $1 ICE CREAM rin - v 69 C COTTAGE CHEESEp^l'Z 29c MARSHMALLOWS IJ^W 2 '° 33 C LORN A DOONE NAt ,, s ^^ e " H " 3 " r $1 SALTED PEANUTS H ,^-^,.... 59 C PRESERVES ^^" 3 ^;; p ;r. si :' wh '" y ' 79 C IVORY SOAP p o.Tp. ks ' 5 b '°" SALVO Deil ?A, Giant Sue Complete line of EASTER CANDY FROZEN FOODS Alts Drip or Reg. I Ib. can 65c VEGETABLES 3 LMAS FRENCH FRIES, ^^ PEAS, CORN, MIXED VEG, BABY LIMAS, FRENCH FRIES, PEAS CARROTS . . . LARGE |l/ 2 !b. poly bags FRUIT PIES Oven Queen 8" Apple, Peach, Boysenberry, Cherry WIN A FREE COLOR TV FOUR FISHERMEN PRODUCTS far Automatic Dtihwaihan Deal Pak, re0. ii» MR. CLEAN ,,.,, P., ,,,,,, ,,·,, 59 C VANILLA s, h :x ^. 39° FOOD COLOR KITS ^"^^ 29e CAKE DECORS ilT"*-.. 19 C Win a FREE COLOR TV . . d PLVS SH GREEN STAMPS RAVIOLIS RAVIOLI SAUCE BACK THE GIANTS! Kids, get free baseball trading cards on Post cereals. . . MIX OR MATCH THESE CEREALS! POST TOASTIES 12 01. _. CRISPY CRITTERS 10 «. ^% r GRAPE-NUTS FLAKES 12 01. S T KRINKLES 10 oz. · 0 OAT FLAKES 10 «. ^ J| D SUGAR CRISP 9 oz. AV K ALPHA BITS 8/4 oz. CHIFFON MIX OR MATCH SALE! TOILET TISSUE, a««t. colors, 2 roll pak M FACIAL TISSUE, ant. colon, 400 count ** HI-C JUICES GRAPE, FRUIT PUNCH, PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT, ORANGE PINEAPPLE . . . 46 oz. cans for PRICES EFFECTIVE Wed., Thurs., Fri. Sat., April II, 12, 13 and 14 no sales to doalori FISH STICKS BOZ 2 69* FISH STICKS KO, 59' COOKED SCALLOPS 7 « 49= BREADED SHRIMP ,,, 59* BREADED SHRIMP 14 « 99= 39 C 19 C Forestry Group To Hear Report On Sfafe Action The Humboldt County Forestry Committee wUl report on the action taken on April 4 by the S t a t e Water Pollution Con: trol Board on requirements for local pulp mill effluent disposal at Is monthly meeting, scheduled to regin at 7:30 p.m. Monday, in the Agricultural Center Building at Spruce Point. The last committee meeting on March 19 highlighted the dispute over the requirements the North Coast Regional Water Control Board set five years ago for pulp mill waste disposal. Critics of the requirements, fearing they will not prevent ocean pollution by the proposed Simpson Company mill at Fairhaven, lodged a protest with the state board. Acting upon the complaint, the board .voted on April 4 to provide funds for a technical consultant to study waste Jumping plans of the Simpson Company mill and a plant planned by the Georgia Pacific Paper Company of Portland. Ore. In other business Monday the committee will report on the United States Department of Forestry tentative budget for the approaching fiscal year and welcome Eugene Falk. a'new committee member representing the Central Labor Council. Joe Springer, State Forest Ranger of the Humboldt -Del Norle Ranger Unit, will discuss the 1961 activities of the ranger unit personnel and the adequacies of present California Division of Forestry facilities available for wild- land protection. Grants Awarded Humboldt Slate To Aid Teachers Sixty grade and high school teachers in Humboldt and Del Norte counties will be able to supplement their training during 1962-63 under two National Science Foundation grants awarded to Humboldt State College last week. Under an $8500 grant, 30 high school teachers will receive additional training in an In-Service Institute beginning on : September 19 and continuing each Wednesday evening throughout the school year. In the elementary school program, a grant of $7200 will provide the same type of training for 30 grade school teachers of mathematics. This series will meet on Tuesdays. President Cornelius Siemens has appointed Henry Tropp, assistant professor of mathematics, to supervise the Institute for High School Teachers. He will be assisted by Dr. James Householder. Dr. Orval. Klose, associate professor of mathematics, will coordinate the Institute for Elementary Teachers. According to National Science Foundation representative Dan Taylor, Washington D.C., Humboldt State is one of only 35 colleges and universities in the nation to which Elementary Institutes were assigned. Grants for Secondary Institutes went to 258 institutes across the nation. A typical In-Serviee Institute meets once a week for about three hours. Participants receive an allowance for travel and books, and pay no tuition or fees. Teachers who wish to apply for the program may contact the director of either Institute for information and application blanks. U. S. r Canada In Crime Agreement WASHINGTON (UPI) - Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy Tuesday agreed to exchange information, on organized crime with Justice Wilfred D. Roach, head of a Canadian commission investigating crime in Ontario. WPPY

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