Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 11, 1962 · Page 24
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'Meat Miracle Exhibit 1 Opens ?0-Day Run In Nation's Capital WASHINGTON (UPI) - T h e O n c man on a farm supplied onlypossible advance payments come Meat Miracle Exhibit -- Ihe story! of me.nl in the United State's -opened a 10-day run this week Agriculture in the patio of the The slory of meat already has 5earc (,, scientific We and feed- had an extensive run at liveslock|j ng O f livestock, streamlined pack- seven people. Today, one man supplies himself and 25 others. The exhibits demonstrate how the meat miracle is wrought through modern ^ farming, re- and f::rm shows in part of the country, hut this is the first Washington showing. After April 20 the exhibit will go on tour a^ain as a special feature of the centennial cclebra- ing, inspection and distribution. One segment shows where the consumer's meat dollar goes: 53 durum acreage totaling 947,800, o $157.107,400. The period for signup for 1962 participation will run through Monday, April 16, In 21 spring wheat states. Under the special durum wheat program. 11,538 farms had been signed through March 29. These : arms had an average of 1960-61 department tion. The exhibit covers 1.000 square feet, yet by walking a fw-foot path the observer can cover the equivalent of 1.000 miles or more iivr-r the- meat route taken by cattle, hops, and sheep from farm or ranch to the consumer. Aimed directly a' the consumer, the Meat Miracle Exhibit points nut where the meat dollar goes and what a bargain meat actually is. It tells the story of this coun- i r y ' s meat abundance, how it is produced, marketed, inspected, and graded. The exhibit depicts meat as miracle of abundance. II shows that 50 years ago, it-took more than 13 million persons to produce the meat and oilier farm products for a nation of a2 million people. Many Music Events Set This Week This is definitely the week for music in the Humboldt area. Previously announced are four events to remember, two of them sel for this 'Wednesday) evenin; Mrs. Ella Schalansky, choral director in Eureka junior high school, will present her pupils in a program at St. Bernard's auditorium tonight at 8 o'clock. Tickets will be available at the door. Also set for tonight is the annual George C. Jacobs spring festival concert to be given under the direction of Richard Stroud, bane director, in the Jacobs gymnas ium at 7:45. Thursday at Sequoia theatre on the Humboldt State college wil be one of the outstanding pro grams of the year, the concer by the Humboldt Symphony. This is set for 8:15 p.m. A popular "barbershop" pro gram is slated for Saturday, Apri 14, at 8 p.m., also at Sequoia theatre. Another musical event not to be forgotten is the closing of the Community Concert series nex Wednesday, April 18, at the Stati theatre. cents to the farmer or rancher; 2 cents for transportation to the packinghouse; 16 cents to the packer-wholesaler; and 29 cents 0 the retailer. Operators of 796,304 farms had greed through March 29 under 1962 wheat program to divert 4,21)8,500 acres from wheat pro- uction lo conserving uses. This 'as an increase of 904,900 acres 1 diversions from the report a: f March 22. The H.3 million acres n o w igned for diversion are slightly more than 25.6 per cent of 1961 'heal plantings of 55.6 million cres. For all wheat farms signed up Hoot Gibson Wife In Suit Over Fall LAS VEGAS, UPI-- Forme cowboy star Hoot Gibson and hi wife, Dorothy, Tuesday filed S50.000 damage suit against a La Vegas strip hotel. Mrs. Gibson charged in the su t h a t she was injured in a fall a the Flamingo Hotel while atlcnc ing a show. She seeks 535,000 fo neck and ankle injuries. Gibson asked for an additiona $15,000 for "loss of his wife' ocicly." Drunk Gifts Cops Following Arrest BARSTOW. Calif. 'UPD-A 5; year-old Barstow man, booke Munday night on suspicion c drunkenness, sent one dozen re roses to police Tuesday in apprt ciation (or keeping him out c trouble. Police said the flowers, sent b .liie Albert Totton, bore the fo lowing inscription on an accoir panying card: "In appreciation c yuiir fine police work." Two presidents of the U. S liavc been elected by the Ilous of Representatives in the na (ion's history: Jefferson run .lohn Quincy Adams. ftora flavors with a total original 1962 wheat allotment of 1,355,800 acres before he mandatory 10 per cent reduction. On the basis of the maximum 40 per cent increase couh be 380,900 acres for farms signed up. The farms signed up are in North Dakota with 9,651; South Dakota, 1.034; California, 227; and Montana, G26. Operators of 104,2332 farms hac agreed through March 29 to di vert 2,853.000 acres from produc lion of barley during 1962. The di verted acres are more than 1' per cent of the lotal barley acre age in the United States. New Truck Fleet Purchased By County · ,v - ! . i . _ . ' . i - - ·'; ^, . -,- '·-;_jj ^ _ · ' : · . ; ".. '. ; -. , Surprising Result In Illinois Election CHICAGO (UPD-Returns from Cook County (Chicago), gave Illinois' firet-oMhe.year primary gave Senate Minority Leader Everett M. Dirksen an unexpected bonus and his Democratic opponent, Rep. Sidney R. Yales, a sur prise setback today. .Dirksen, a wise and wily veteran of Illinois political wars, and Yates, the handpicked protege of Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley, both coasted to senatorial nominations as expected in Tuesday's first major primary of 1962. But a man who campaigns in an Uncle Sam suit whose middle name is legally "America First' dimmed Yates' showing. Lar (America First) Daly, £ Chicago jobber who habitually runs and loses in Illinois elections, This new fleet of. Chevrolet "80 Series" d u m p trucks was purchased recently by the county of Humboldt. Purchased through Gustafson Chevrolet, Eu- Scales which not only weigh out Possible advance payments foribut mix ingredients for a batch farmers who signed to divert of eookcs, or explosives or cement come to about $19.195,500. have been developed. Malaria causes an annual death reka, the county purchase of this fleet of trucks called for dependability and versatile performance to handle all types of long and short range hauling. The earth supports nearly three toll of two and one-half million billion people and orbits the sun among its 200 million victims at a rate of about 18',4 miles per tain slopes of the Olympic pen- throughout the world. second. insula in Washington. Rainfall reaches as much as 140 inches a year on the moun- Democratic primary vote away from Yates. Most of his unlocked' for total was collected in Chicago, where Yates has been a congress man for seven years and where the power of Mayor Daley is supposed to be unquestioned. Reports from 8,105 of Illinois 10,3« precincts, including 4,343 in Yates 582,807 votes to 189,315 for )aly. With virtually all of the Chicago votes in, Yates' and Daly's Cook County totals were 368,895 to 128,520. D i r k s e n in 8,412. precincts massed 462,340 votes to 80,538 for Chicago attorney Harlan D. Jones, a political unknown. The organ- .oned orator from Pekin, 111., had 104,649 votes to 30,759 for Jones in 4,261 Cook County precincts. As if Daly hadn't done enough to Daley, the mayor suffered a personal and bitter setback on his home grounds. The mayor, regarded in Illinois s unquestioned kingpin of the Democrats, had staked his heart and prestige, on passage'of a $66- look more than 20 per cent of the million urban renewal bond issue. With Daley at the/throttle, the bonds were expected to be powered through by a'3-to-l margin. But returns showed today that each of the proposed bond issues was being defeated. An apparent taxpayers' revolt brought out tha heaviest Chicago vote turnout for an off-year primary in 20 years. HURRY! THERE'S STILL TIME TO ENTER Introducing Purity's Own ·IT'S DAYS FRESHER! ·GUARANTEED QUALITY! FROZEN FRESH! CUT-UP, PAN READY CLEAN, DRY, DRIP-FREE PACKAGE! · FREEZER REFRIGERATOR READY! Select Your Family's Favoriti Purity Frying Chicken PtecesI 'Y ~ Eastern Corn Fed Small · 3-lbs and Under 1 2'/i-lb ready-to-cook cut-up fryer Flour '/! cup butter or oleo 1 teasp. salt 1 cup water 1 cup hot milk 1 Syi-ox can flaked coconut 2 Ibs fresh spinach 2 tablefp minced onion Vi teasp, salt Vt cup water Lightly dust chicken with flour. In hot butter in large sk.llel, cook chicken until evenly browned. Add I teasp. salt and 1 cup water. Cover and simmer about 30 min., or until chicken is tender. 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