Cedar Rapids Gazette, January 24, 1974, Page 32

Cedar Rapids Gazette

January 24, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 16 The Cedar Rapids Ga/elte: Ihurs., Jan 24. 1974 New Restrictions Proposed On Meat Advertising Labels By Hon Kendall WASHINGTON (AIM — The agriculture department this week proposed sweeping new restrictions on the use of “pure” and similar advertising terms on processed meat and poultry labels. Other terms, which would he banned, include “KHI percent” and "all” if the products contained more than one ingredient Rules now permit many products to he called “pure” although they contain seasoning and other additives Examples of current labelling include: Pure Pork Sausage, Pure Pork Puncheon Meat, XII licet Salami, and All White Turkey Roll The proposal follows nearly three years of consumer complaints and court actions aimed at tightening federal meat lal»el standards Last year, as the result of a federal court order, tin' department tightened labelling for hot dogs and other cooked sausages Same Principle Hr John de Hod, head of labels and packaging in tin' department’s A ti l in a I and Plant Health Inspection Ser- Form Workers Carry Fight to Lawmakers —- Photo by William lot?, Independence Snowmobile 4-H Project The Buchanan county 4-H organization has sponsored a series of three meetings for members interested in snowmobile projects. Gary Doon, pictured showing some 4-H members how to tune an engine, is the 4-H leader. Doon is a mechanic at Independence. Ouroc Sells for $450 at Waterloo WATERLOO - The high selling hog. a registered Duruc, at the Iowa Bred Gilt sale in W aterloo Saturday sold for $45(1 The gilt, consigned by Dennis Humker of Decorah, was sold to Howard Sears of Masonville The second high selling gilt, a Duroc, consigned by Steve Hemm Sheffield, sold for $385 Steve Ramsey of Hazleton Some 16 consigners sold gilts to 29 buyers. The purebreds averaged $24(1. and the 14 crossbreds averaged $293 for an overall $217 average. This was the second annual sale sponsored by the animal science club at the Hawkeye Institute of Technology, Waterloo C-O-M-I-N-G FARM AUCTIONS of to 43 29 Am Previously Advertised In The Gazette Farm Pages Saturday. Jan It Clote out sale. ll 30 o m . cattle misc , moth . Pout Witter, 2 mi SW of Windham Close out sole, noon, mach , groin, tin goods. Arley Scnulte. 4 mi SYV of Watkins Close out sale, 12 30 pm. cows, moch hit goods Clair Trimble. I mi E a1 Toddville Auction sale noon moth misc . hh good*, Albert Reid. I : rn, N of Urbana Auction. II 30 a rn Choroids, mach trucks. Harold Emig, i i mi SE of Monon Close oui solo. ll 30 a m , mach . cattle, hogs, Cietus Weber, 3 mi SE of Ryan Saturday reb I Close out sale n a rn., moch , teed cor. Leonard Cos tetio estate 3 vr E af Cedar Rapids Iowans Join Holstein Group Seven Eastern Iowans have joined the Holstein-Friesian Association of America as new members, including Ken-n e t h Flage of Waukon, Charles I ax* Goeke of Montezuma, Vernon Grinna of Postville. Rick Henderson of Coggon, Larry I*andsgard and Arlyn I^enth, both of Postville, and Ronnie Winters, Waterville. vice, said the new proposal was ail extension of the principles followed in tin* hot dog case. "We felt if the court said it was misleading for cooked sausages, it would bt* misleading to allow tilt* saint* labels on other products,” lie told a reporter I'nder the new proposal restrictions similar to those applied to hot dogs would cover other processed meat and poultry Hems, both cooked and uncooked. Officials said they had no idea when the proposal, open for public comment until May 31. might In* adopted and put into effect. Hot Dogs The hot dog lain*! changes Ifogan with a lawsuit filed in April, 1971, by the Federation of Homemakers. It contended the use of “all beef” and “all meat” on hot dog labels was misleading b e c a u s e many other ingredients were permitted As the result of court orders, the department began last year to tighten hot dog labelling but did not put the new rnles into effect until Jan I. I nder those, consumers must be told plainly on labels what the products basically consist of. This week’s announcement said the court had ruled that the use of “all” or similar terms on labels means “wholly, completely, exclusively and solely.” Don’t ('amply “Since most processed meat and poultry products contain small amounts of seasoning and curing agents, they do not comply with the court’s interpretation of the descriptive term,” the department said. The proposal is another in a recent series of actions or plans by (JSDA to overhaul meat and poultry labelling Currently under study is a proposal made last Nov. 30 to require uniformity on net weight specifications used on meat and poultry packages Iowa Exports Iowa’s share of the nation s farm exports included 16 8 percent of the total soybeans and soybean products, 15 7 percent of the feed grains. 14.5 percent of the meat products, 8 9 jier-cent of the lard and tallow. 6 7 portent of the dairy products and 6 4 percent of the hides and skins Closing Out Sale Located one mile east of Toddvitle on paved rood on, Saturday January 26 Time I 2:30 P.M. Pull line of mochinery including 3 tractors; 7 cows and a registered Agnus bull; some tools and Household goods Refer to last Sunday s Gazette for a complete listing Clair Trimble—owner Virgil Heins—auctioneer formers State Bank Alburnett Clerk AUCTION SALE Having nm»*d our farm. we will sell the following described machinery at Public Auction on the farm located 4 miles east of Winthrop on Highway No 20 then 21* miles south on TUES. JAN 29 — Starling at IM pm MA( HINFRY TKAC TOK John Peen- Model 4320 Diesel. Used *02 hours, with roll guard cab, wide front three pc. hitch, 16-4x38” tires and wheel weight* I set-IOO Plus MAW direct    axle duals for    this tractor with near new 18-4x38” tires Combine    John    JJeere    Model    combine with diesel engine used 788 bour*, with 444 4-row 18” corn head and 14 ft grain platform with hydraulic hurne riel Planter Oliver model 3700 8-row 38” rear mounted planter, with liquid fertilizer attachment and squeeze pump, Acra plant, stainless    steel    shot*    Hickey    John. sled monitor, used two seasons 2 — 218) gal kauen fiberglass tanks with mounting brackets, for most tractors, were usnl on this planter, two years old Plow John Deere F-356 5-HC plow with hydraulic reset with Noble drag unit, plowed only 200 acres Cultivators John Deere RG4 rear mounted cultivator with Dakon rolling shields and spring tooth shanks Oliver 20’ pull type- spring tooth cultivator with permanent transport wheels, two years old Disk    John    Deere    HW JIM? ft tandem disk, with tandem whet*Is Rotary Hoe arid Drag John Deere rear mounted rotary hoe, uw*l very little, John Deere 4 seed mn narrow, usi-d only 1(81 acres, 1-muunted drag for John Deere F 145 plow Fertilizer Spreader 2 — Air-Spr«*i dry fertilizer spreaders with Stainless steel boxes, with flotation tires and tarps used two seasons Drain Augers Bloom 48 ft 6” auger Mayrath 27' tru< k auger with 7 h p gas engine Stalk Shredder Schultz 4-row in good condition Running Dears & Boxes 3 John Deere 853 running gears St Parker gravity flow boxes I John Deere 1065 running gear A Parker Gravity flow boxes, I Little Red Wagon A running gear & Parker Gravity flow Boxes MISCEIJ.ANEOU8 1TKMS (int* set double link 15-5x18 or 16-0x34 tractor chams, nearly new, Power Wastier with J hp gas engine too psi capacity, two years old Lindsay Quick Hitch for 3 point, Five sets of bushings for quick hitch; 2 — Insecticide or Herbicide boxes for John Deere planter. Loading chute on wheels, Miscellaneous items too numerous to mention AUCTION NOTE This is by far some of the better larger farm equipment to be sold at auction this year Plan to attend this sale Insure and tie on time, as there are no small items to la- sold Terms Cash    Nothing    to be- removed until scHtied for Not Responsible for Accidents Auctioneer Wayne Miller 334 3648 Clerk Farmers State-Savings Bank H. Halford & Sons, Owner. Bloomfield, Iowa DAVIS COUNTY SALES CO. SPECIAL CATTLE SALE Sat. Jan 26, I 2 Noon Sharp SPECIAL BRED COW AMD HEIFER SALE Expecting 600 Head Due to weather conditions we postponed our bred cow & heifer sale scheduled for Jan. 22 at 7:30 P M We will sell these cows at this special sale Sat. Jan 26. Complete Herd Dispersal 88 Angus & Hereford Cows — 3 to 7 years old Bred to Hereford bulls To calve in March A April. Most of the Angus will have papers furnished. 80 Nebraska origin Hereford 2 yr. old cows bred to Angus bulls, to calve in April. 40 Black and Block W F half Holsteins 2 A 3 years old Mated to block W F bull, 7 Hereford cows mated to Block W F bull 27 choice Hereford 2 Yr old cows mated to Shorthorn bull 23 Hereford & Block WF 2 yr Old Cows moted to Shorthorn & Angus Bulls 32 Angus Cows 3 to 5 yrs old mated to Angus bulls To calve in March. 15 Angus 2 yr old heifers calving next month bred to Angus bulls 20 extra fancy 2 yr old Angus cows mated to Angus bulls to calve March I 5 25 Angus & Hereford 2 yr old heifers to calve in march & April 23 4 yr old Hereford cows, bred to Hereford bulls To calve April I. We expect 700 to I OOO feeder cattle for this sale All cattle will be farm Ire sh and will be s old on out weight* The ring is the scale and the average weight is shown on each draft before they ore sold Bloomfield is located I 7 miles south of Ottumwa on Highway 63 Airport facilities ore available Born Phono S1S-664-2435 PINI Sc Inn I cf M|r 515 4517230    Art    Sc    Ute    ie,    515 664 3521 Bv Jot* Bigha iii KEENE. Calif (AP) Tin* Ended Karin Workers of America plans an intensified boycott of nonunion lettuce anil table grapes and selective strikes tins year iii its decade-long struggle wit Ii California product* growers But tilt* campaign also will he waged iii the state legislature with all sides arguing over legislation aimed at regulating agriculture union organizing, virtually ungoverned by existing labor laws Growers want a ban on harvest time strikes and tin* secondary boycott, the favorite bargaining weapon of CEW President Cesar Chavez The CEW and its parent AFL-CIO will agree to guaranteed se ere! ballot union elections, lint without boycott or strike restrict ions. CFW organizers say use strikes will be more selective in 1974 in an effort to avoid violent confrontations which occurred last summer. The Teamsters union will honor contracts stripp'd front the CEW last year but has not resumed efforts to organize more rani lies A spokesman refused to say whether that signals a willingness to renew attempts at a truce, aborted twier in 1973. “We are servicing every contrail we have signed but are not organizing anything at all,’’ said Coho Macias, Teamsters agriculture supci \ isnt- in California Grape growers, targets of last year's tension, also will stick by their Teamsters pacts, says John (Humana, jr. of Delano, partner and general counsel of the nation's largest table grape firm Ex cep! for Boston, Mass , the boycott ‘ really hasn t had much effect,” Giumarra claimed “The overriding reason is purchasers in these cities re alize these grapes are grown, prepared, harvested and shipped by union help under union contract with benefits that are really unprecedented in union agriculture,” Glo marra said. I KW spokesmen dispute Uhs licking off cities where they say the boycott is work mg aud claiming increasing success against Gallo Bros winery, which also switched to the Teamsters lo represent Held help Increased trade union .support and an official endorsement by Catholic bishops will help the boycott work faster than did the drive which led to the original table grape contracts iii 1970, the spokesmen say. ‘ I think by the time spring comes, the Iwiyeotf will be so tight there will lie some reaction from growers,” one Chavez associate said. OPEN .0-10; sunday ,06 THURS., FRI., SAT., SUN., MON.) 12x12" WHITE CEILING TILE Reg 12c — 5 Days 9C Eg. Economical, easy to install I Sc, I 2” Acoustical ..lie Ea. ROLL COUNTER TOPS 97* Ln. H. Reg. 1.33—5 Days Ready to install FILIGREE PANEL SALE Reg. 3.77—5 Days 2.97 24x72 panels in Gothic, Roman, Classic. Castiron. DECORATIVE ROOM DIVIDERS Reg. 13.28—5 Days 9.97- Polystyrene plastic dividers. “Stained glass' patterns METAL-FRAME WORK BENCH Reg. 28.88—5 Days 23.97 I thick, 2x4 work surface Tool rack, storage drawer VINYL ASBESTOS FLOOR TILE Colorful, no wax shiny floor for indoors or out Save! Reg. 12x12' Snit Stn bl* Stock on ho iHlC bim stouts • im wh rn sw .    190    collins    road    n    l ;