The St. Joseph Journal from St. Joseph, Missouri on September 14, 1950 · 14
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The St. Joseph Journal from St. Joseph, Missouri · 14

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THE JOURNAL THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1950 GRASSED WATERWAY MAKES RUN-OFF WATER WALK OFF Sb 1 j -a s, j . - This grassed waterway emptying over thin-section concrete dam drains 30 acres on the R. J. Riek-hof farm in Lafayette County. It not only grew its own cover to stop all wash, but yielded a ton and a half of gjoct hay besides. The terraces were built in 1949, a year after the waterway was made. This waterway was treated with l.OuO pounds of rock phosphate and three tons of lime which was "Every foot of that field was har-woiked into the soil. At seeding vested with a combine, terraces time it was top dieted with 4-12-4 ' and all," Riekhof reports. and sown to timothy and red top at the rate of 70 pounds to the acre. There was no manure available, so green weeds were chopped up and spread In the place of manure. Built during the Balanced Farming Action Day, September 15, 1948, this waterway will be one of the highlights of a follow-up tour to be held September 15, 1950. Included in its watershed is a 15-acre field of terraced wheat land. Louis-Charles Fight Sept, 27 to Be Televised "Exclusive television and radio rights to the fouhcoming World's Heavyweight Championship Fight between retired former champion Joe Louis and current title-holder Kzzard Charles have been acquired by Pabst Blue Ribbon. Beer," James D. Nonis, president of the International Boxing Club, announced today. A coincident announcement by The Pabst Brewing Company declared that the historic 15-round match, to be staged in Yankee Stadium Wednesday, September 27, will be presented over the combined television and radio networks of the Columbia Broadcasting System, starting at 10:00 p. m. EST. The TV relay will be kine-scoped for delayed telecast by stationed not serviced by the coaxial cable. "Granting of television as well as radio rights, was made in response to the tremendous worldwide interest in the history-making fight," Nonis declared. "Xever in heavyweight annals has a retired or defeated champion made a successful comeback," he said. "The eyes and ears of the world will be focused on the ring that night to see if history will be i eversed." Regardless of the outcome, the winner will be officially recognized as the true World's Heavyweight Champion Instead of the split recognition now accorded the title. Acquisition of the Louis-Charles fight, considered the boxing plum of the year, marks a continuation of the Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer radio and television sponsorship of headline sports events. During the summer Pabst has presented top flight races and wrestling events on Radio ana TV. rne L,ouis- Chailes fight will mark the resumption of Pabst's regular Wednesday night CBS telecasts of the Blue Ribbon Bouts featuring the top fights throughout the country. In this series there will b ten fights from St. Nick's Arena In New York City; ten from Chicago Stadium; ten from Olympic Stadium in Detroit; and four from the Arena in St. Louis. These bouts will also be kinescoped for stations not serviced by the coaxial cable. Patronize Journal Advertisers! Union Pacific Will Receive Commendation For .outstanding safety in Us operations among Class A western district carriers during the year 1949, Union Pacific Railroad was informed today at its Omaha headquarters that it will bd awarded an E. H. Harriman Memorial cer-tificat of commendation. The presentation will be made September 20 by the American Museum of Safety at a dinner at the Hotel Ambassador, New York City. The award will be presented by James G. Lyne, editor of The Railway Age' and chairman of the award committee, and will be received on behalf of Union Pacific by P. J. Lynch, operations vice-president, and F. B. Lewis, superintendent of safety. The E. H. Harriman Memorial awards were founded in 1913 by the late Mrs. Mary W. Harriman in memory of her husband, Edward H. Harriman, one-time Union Pacific president and nationally famous railroad builder. The awards are made annually on the basis of low casualty rates among passengers, employes and others. Union Pacific won its first E. H. Harriman award in 1924 and either the entire railroad or one of its districts has earned recognition 12 times since then. The top award for all the nation's Class A railroads, a gold medal, was won by U. P. 11 times. In 1945, the company was given a special commendation award for its record of safety operations through that year. READ THE JOURNALI DR. J. I. SAFERSTEIN Optometric Eyesight Specialist St. Joseph, Mo. TTnlted Dept. Store Survey Research In Animal Fats Is Authorized . Recommendations for , Future Work WUI Be " " Result of Activity1 WASHINGTON, D. C Because of the large surplus of both edible and inedible anmal fats and the need for information on the kind and amount of research being done in that field, the U. S. De partment of Agriculture has entered into a contract with John W. McCutcheon, a private industrial consultant in New York City, to make a survey and appraisal of research and research accom plishments over the past 20 years in the field of animal fats, and to make recommendations regarding the directions of future research. The United States :s self-sufficient in most fats and oils, except for some of the special purpose oils, such as coconut, palm, castor and olive oils. With a consumption of 10 billion pounds and a production of about 11.5 billion j pounds of fats and oils annually, the U. S. needs a market for around 1.5 billion pounds. The domestic consumption of animal fats has lagged far behind production for a number of years, and it is estimated that in 1950 the surplus of animal fats alone will be about 400 million pounds. Since many WYATT PARK BEAUTY SHOP MART LINVIIXE, Mgr. Complete Beauty Service 3630 Lafayette Phone 2-6844 St Joseph, Mo. We Specialize in MISSOURI RIVER FISH Catfish - Carp - Buffalo JUNCTION FISH MARKET Adams & Kemper 5401 Lake Phone 8-9920 ROBINSON S DENTAL LAB. Broken Plate Repaired 5 DR. L. C, ALLEN J Dentist I 409 Herman Building I Phone 4-2171 Si. Joseph, Mo. AT ITS BEST i WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT 10 Correct child dosaga no need for e(-tinK. Oranga flavored, ao eaay to take. Fine Food - Served Courteously One or a Party Accommodated Beautiful Main Dining Room - Rathskeller for Dancing "CHICKtN IN THE ROUGH" PLUS FULL MENU FOUNTAIN - BEER - SANDWICHES THE BEACON Belt and Olive "CHICK" GIKSON St. Jie(.l(. M, Fur K.'iervationi, Dial 2-0S4 Gasoline Fuel Oil 0 Furnace Oil Motor Oil C. A. BALLY Phone 8-0634 St. Joseph, Mo. Come in and Meet the Boys CLYDE BALLY Fine Wines - Liquors Foods 407 Illinois Ave. St. Joseph, Mo. KLEINBRODT'S Famous for ROAST BEEF DINNERS Highway 36 Phone 2-5836 of the foreign countries that would like to buy U. S. fats are not in a financial position to do so, it becomes necessary for this nation to look -for other outlets, particularly in the industrial field. Under the terms i of . the : 12-' month contract, Mr., McCutcheon will interview approximately 150 industrial and research organiza tions to find out the nature and extent of past and present research In the field of animal fats. Some of this will be accomplished by ( personal interviews and some by questionnaires. Major emphasis in the survey will be -on inedible animal fats, such as tallows and greases, particularly for non-soap uses, such as surface-active agents, plasticizers and organic chemicals. At the conclusion of the survey, which is benig financed with funds under the Research and.Marketing Actof 1946, Mr. McCutcheon will recommend to the Department the direction ' that future 1 research should take in this field. This survey, which is being sup ervised by the Bureau of Agricul tural and Industrial Chemistry's Eastern Regional Research Laboratory in Philadelphia, Pa., is part of a larger program of re search that is being conducted by the Department of Agriculture to find new" "and wider markets for the United States' mounting sup-pTjrvbfvfats and oils. A purebred dog show takes place in the United States every day in the year. . - the m m of THE PENGUIN ROOM iJJS Jl f jr gj Hotel Continental has every- W'x 1 . ( i am) thing for enjoyment of living "01 '"'I, IO! " 'I I at its best; all rooms are out- Vr"l Q?aM standingly gay and atfrao EQ'&Vlf 1 1 tive.... 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