Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 13, 1962 · Page 7
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Javfls Protests Israel Censure WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Sen Jacob K. Javits, R-NY, led round of Senate protests-Thursday against U.S. support for a Unllei Nations Security Council resolu tion censuring Israel for her bor der clashes with Syria. Javit said the censure puts Israel', "survival in very grave jeop ardy." Farmers in Kashmir lend floating gardens 'anchored on lakes, Kashmiris harvest from boats, picking tomatoes am pumpkins that grow on a solh but- buoyant mass of topsoil grass and weeds. Defencin You've seen it advertised. Buy it now a t . . . MALE'S DRUGS Between E F Sts. on 5fh Eureka Hi 2-9212 SURF ROOM HARBOR LANES Bast in COCKTAILS Mftet your friends hers for an enjoyable cocktail. 2.136 Broadway Eureka Reduction Of 19 Per Cent Seen In Spring Vegetable Production usual ler excluding they green Almost By GAYLORD P. GODWIN United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI) Agriculture Department has forecast a 19 per cent reduction spring vegetables from last year's output. This estimate was based on production forecasts of crops making up three-fourths of the spring vegetable total, melons. The department said substantially lower production is indicated production is indicated for cumbers, eggplant, lettuce, peas, and green peppers. Expanded production is inhicated for beets, carrots, and sweet corn. Below normal March temperatures in winter and spring production areas retarded growl lowered supplies during month. In California, temperatures were below normal for the entire month and shipments reduced. Development of vegetable crops also was behind normal in Arizona and New Mexico. Cool weather retarded Texas vegetable growth .early in March. VIost Texas areas were in need of rain by the end of the month. High winds and freezing temperatures caused some damage ii Florida March 4-12. were hou Irrigators in nearly every area throughout the West can look forward to good or excellent supplies of water for the 1962 grow- ing season, according to the April per hour with house, 81 cents; per 1 Water report of the Bureau of hour without board or room, $1.07. T h e Reclamation. Heavy precipitation during the '" winter, continuing good snowpack asked reports from mountain regions, and the beginning of spring runoff at lower altitudes have combined to make this season's wa- supply prospects brighter than have been for several years, the bureau said. Many reservoirs have filled, and many others are assured of filling during the spring runoff, all reservoirs are expected to reach at least satisfactory storage and operating levels. The only exceptions to the generally highly encouraging water supply picture are in parts of South Da, Texas, Oregon, and Wash- 'lh and kota the Ington. iposite lands. The composite wage rate per ir for farm workers on April 1 was 77.9 cents, about 3 per cent higher than for the .same date a year ago and tlie highest of record for the date. The com] rate on April 1, 1961, was 75.7 cents. Other farm wage rates as ol April 1: Per month with house, :; per month with board and room, $150; per week with board! and room, $35.75; per week without board or room, $47.50; per! day with house, $5.50 per day with board and room, $6.20; day without board or room, $6.70; The Interior Department has Congress to enact legislation providing for more effective disposition of public lands chiefly valuable for agriculture. Principal purpose of the requested legislation is to limit applications for tracts of public lands ibr agricultural purposes to those areas having potential for bona- fide agricultural development. Before accepting any agricultural applications for tracts of public lands, the secretary of interior would designate broadly those areas suitable for agricultu ral purposes. Subsequently, applications would be accepted only for those lands identified for agricultural development. T h i s would sharply minimize the indiscriminate filing of applications regardless of the character Under existing procedures, persons frequently have applied for if submnrginal lands and spent considerable money, some in t h e -lope that after patent or title eventually was obtained, the lands could be sold at a quick Drofit for non-agricultural pui loses. Marginal lands along roads! per and highways frequently havei seen requested for this purpose. OUR ANCESTORS "Now that's a ridiculous foreign fad that won't last' Two Sentenced On Non-Support Two on si o f t , men returned here of the charges of failure to su] minor children appeared in Eureka Municipal Court Wednesday, one of them facing a charge contempt. Merrill J. Innes, former Eure- kan, was brought back on a warrant From Placerville on a charge of disobeyance of a superior court order directing him to pay support. Innes was fined $100, wilh the alternative of 20 days .he county jail, had a six months ;uspended jail sentence tacked on ipporl and will be on probation for th next five years. Kenneth W. Johnson, 31, of San a Cruz also was brought bac on' a non-support warrant, dre\ a six months suspended term an five years probation. Both m e n appeared befor child Judge Fred D. Goss of Uklah presiding in the absence of Judg in Robert W. Conners who Is on week's vacation leave. 'This is the full-size Newport 4-door Sedan. Manufacturer's suggested retail price plus modest destination charges. White wall tires extra. Solid, all-welded UNIBODY- Quiet, roomy, comfortable. Dipped 7 times in rust-repellent balhs, it puts up a stout defense against rust and corrosion . . . has twice the strength of conventional body- frame construction. Economical FlltEBOLTV-8 ENGINE --A precision performer on regular gasoline. Saves you up to 10% on gas bills. FnmedTOBSION-BARSIJSPENSION --Track-sure and steady. For all its size, Newport cruises "wilh perfect balance, corners as nimbly as a two-sealer, lla torsion-bar suspension still rates tops with the technical experts. Clare-free INSTRUMENT PANEL- llluminaled with soft lighting that reduces eyestrain. All instruments are clustered right within sight, right within reach. Big 122-INCH WHEELBASE- The right length lo hold the road and take the miles in easy stride. Smooth and stable. Despite its full-sine, Newport handles nimbly, is mighty cnsy lo park. Battery-saving ALTERNATOR-n e- placcs l.he old-fashioned gencralor. Current (lows into your battery even at engine idle. Ciils down on ballcry drum when radio and heater are operating in slow moving traffic, or while engine is idling at llic stoplights. Prolongs battery life. Sure-footed BRAKES-Big il-inch fade-resistant brakes with 230 square inches of durable brake lining area. Bonded linings last much longer than riveted linings used in other cars. Travel-sized TRDNK-You're ready to go places in Newport. This wide, 33-cubic-foot trunk stores all the luggage and camping gear you need for a full-size vacation. High-back DRIVER'S SEAT- Aii extra comfort on long trips. Cushions yo-'u from shoulders to thigh. Yon ride relaxed without the long-driving fatigue you get from ordinary driver's seat. Spacious G-PEOPLE ROOMINESS- Sized to fit your family. Newport's seats are a full five feet wide. There's head room, leg room, shoulder room aplenty for six huskies to ride in relaxing comfort. New- purl's as roomy as a Chrysler should be. Safety PADDED DASH - Wonderful safely factor. It's padded with thick, resilient plastic foam. Handsome looking, loo. Lasting LUSTRE-BOND COLORS --Hardest automobile finish known. Two coals of enamel are baked on over two coals of wet sanded primer. A quick washing reslores Newport's bright "showroom- new" look. Durable DECORATOR FABRICS Beautifully color keyed Lo exterior enamels. Fine weaves stitched with a finished look. Wear like iron, too. Door - to - door CARPETING - Deep pile carpeling door-lo-door-- front and back --gives you luxury you won't find in many cars for this price. Safety-Rim WHEELS-Safety rims anchor tires securely lo the wheels. You .ride with greater assurance. An exclusive in Chrysler's price class. Lube-saving CHASSIS FITTINGS- Chassis fillings need lubrication only at 32,000-mile intervals... cuts way down on extra service charges. Easy-service FUSE BOX - Located right at your fingertips in the glove box. Even the lady of the house can replace the fuse?. PLUS ALL THESE EXTRAS... Onflow shock absorbers at each wheel · Electric windshield wipers · Recessed safely steering wheel«Directional signals · Parking brake lighl · Convenient front seat ashtray «nd lighter · Courtesy lights-dome-map and ash receiver · Adjustable seats-6-position mechanical · Easy-grip door handles · Arm resls · Two sun visors · Rear seat ash receiver · Two-step door openings · Three-speed manual sport shilt · 12-Voll battery-66.plale-60-amp.hour · Seat belt anchors · Manual worm and 3-looth roller steering · Thermoslatlc by-pass control · Pressure vent radiator cap » 2 3 gal. lank lot longer cruising · Body thoroughly Insulated throughout with sound-deadening material and padding · Sound-proof hoadlmer. THESE ARE SOME OF THE FULL- SIZE REASONS why Chrysler has made consistent sales gains during the past three years... why 1962 model sales are up a whopping ·10% over the same period last year. See below. , Mooa ' SAtfs- ' OCT I ' sTHDlr "MARSHA , ww 1 1S61 1912 THREE CHEAT CHRYSLERS: NEWPORT · 300 · LUXURIOUS NEW YORKER... again, no jr. editions to jeopardize your investment! Stop i and Inspect this full-size value at your nearest Chrysler dealer's... and tune In to "Chrysler's Rainbow of Stars from Rockefeller Center." NBC-TV, Tuesday, April 17th, 9 P.M. LSI. K. B. MCCARTHY . 4th A Streets · Eureka HUMBOLDT STANDARDf,\dsy, April 13, 1962, Page 7 Fortuna Blue Ribbon Bargain Days PRIZE WINNING BARGAINS The following prize-winning bargains arc among the many presented in this weekend's Blue Ribbon Bargain Days in Fortuna. An impartial non-resident panel of businessmen have chosen these four as the best-valued bargains in this, Fortuna?s Blue Ribbon Bargain Days/ Girl's Easter Dresses S 1.99 A collection of Easter dresses in brand new styles and colors. Sizes 1 to 6x. Reg. $2,99. BEN FRANKLIN STORE 1023 Main Street Black White Film 3 Rolls Panchromatic black and white film in sizes 127 and 620-- Reg. 55c per roll. BOWMAN'S REXALL DRUG STORE 1055 Main Street Children's Canvas Play Oxfords "1.88 Navy blue and red denim canvas shoes in sizes 5 to 3. WALT'S FAMILY SHOES 1040 Main Street Pansy Plants 49«Doz. Prize-winning, super jumbo size garden favorites giving 8 to 9 months of continual bloom. KEMP'S NURSERY GARDEN SHOP 6IH South Redwood Hiway

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