Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 32
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negotiations between the nation's railroads and five operating brotherhoods have been suspended unlil April 17 while a federal mediator attempts to prevent a threatened strike of Pullman conductors. Robert 0. Boyd, a member of the National Mediation Board, arrived here- f r o m Washington Suspend Rail Talks For Mediation Try - , . 4;-:. · · CHICAGO (UPI) -- Work rulcsductors, could, study i report of are not supported by the facts. WASHINGTON ( U P I ) ' . -- Ally. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy said day thai new claims,of innocence by convicted perjurer Alger Hiss a presidential commission and to give the railroads time to answer a 'demand from the Switchmen's Union of North America (SUNA lhat it be given' "unqualified" recognition as a bargaining agent. Neil P. Speirs, president of SUNA. said the railroads have challenged. his union's right to Wednesday and. immediately be- bargain in a pending federal court gan separate conferences "with representatives of the Pullman Co. and the Order of Railway Trainmen (BRT) said it neede'l C o n d u c t - o r s a n d Brakcmcn (OnCB). The union has called a strike beginning April 12 for sleeping :ar and parlor car conductors working in the Chicago and Milwaukee, Wis., areas. A week later the strike' would be extended to the St. Louis, Mo., area become' national, according ORCB announcements. The ORCB has been free tors, including those for the con- Tile Brotherhood · of Railway time to study the presidential commission 'report because of changes in its bargaining team. Officials of the other unions said they also would like to re-study the report. . . . Officials of the Engineers, Firemen, Trainmen,' Conductors and Switchmen's unions have said re- and on April 26 the walkout would peatedly during the week-long talks they would refuse to negotiate on the basis of the commis- report. They accused the strike since January but delayed commission of making recom- calling the walkout because of ' '' """" ' '"'" " cold weather. A presidential fact- finding board failed to resolve i I dispute over job security betwcci the ORCB and the Pullman Co. In the parallel work rules talk here, a' two-week recess'was or dered so that the union negotia- mendalions on matters not before J E.. Wolfe, head of the bargaining unit for the carriers, said the unions were under "moral obligation" to accept .the commission findings, which included proposed elimination of the jobs of 45,000 firemen. . Bobby Says Hiss Innocence Claim Not Supported FBI in late 1948 dad possession of a typewriter which figured prominently in the case would help vindicate his position. The government contended that Hiss' wife used the typewriter to Kennedy 'issued a statement copy State Department documents through his office on the controversy stirred up by former Vice President Richard M. Nixon's comments on the Hiss'case in his new book, "Six Crises." Hiss has expressed hope lhat a statement, in .the book, t h a t . the last Week. "This review' confirmed Uial the FBI never had possession of the disputed typewriter," Kennedy said. Soviet spy courier. Kennedy's statement said the have been reviewed carefully since Ihe controversy broke out late courts.-. "The FBI investigation and which were slipped lo (he late scientific examination of both Whiltaker Chambers, a confessed typed and-handwritten documents were conducted in a ^thorough, impartial manner and Ihe facts files and records in the Hiss case in this regard were considered fully by both the trial and app'el- WMBOLDT- STANDARD hursday, April:5, .1962, 'P. 32 Nwa Scotia is Latin for New Scotland. , 10 01. inslanl 69e Effective April 5, 6, 7 . . WALT'S GROCERY 5100 CiliFornii SI. JUST ARRIVED - · - and "LAZIO'S FRESH" COD FILLET .«·* SOLE FILLET Treat yourself and the'family'now to this fresh seafood delight. Remember, it's always Lazio's for ihe big.selection of fresh seafood ... add zest to your Lenten meals with an order, of this fresh shipment. Huniboldt County's Freshest Seafoods are always sold at LAZIO'S FOOT OF C EUREKA HI 2-2981 ARCATA: About $2000 .in musical instruments removed two weeks ago from the Arcata High school band room were returned to Woody Thompson, school band instructor, by Arcata police yesterday. Two McKinleyville youths s t u m b l e d on three of the instruments when they were climbing a bank on Fisher avenue near the railroad tracks and the parent of one notified police. C. A. Vanderklis, pictured, and Denny McVcy, another patrolman on the force, recovered the rest of the loot cached at several locations in c o v e r i n g berry bushes. Eleven instruments were returned to the school, most the property of Arcata High, but a few owned privately by students. Two clarinets, originally reported missing when the theft was accomplished through a window broken out in the ro.om, a separate campus building, were later accounted for. Vanderklis said s o m e "substantial" clues were found w i t h the instruments. Islands Of World Cob Pack Theme "Islands of Hie World" was Ihe theme for the March pack meet- in" of Cub Scout Pack 81 ill For- lima . .Mrs. Dean Cunningham led the boys on a verbal tour of Ihe islands and presented a skit with Ihe help of Bruce Burhans, Stc- jphon Benson. 'Billy Thompson, Bob Manich. It was announcer! Stale College field house this Saturday. Cubs receiving awards at the meeting were. Mike Lockharl. Henry Anaya, Dennis Cornutt and Dob Manich, Henry Anaya, Paul Brockhoff, Alan Hansen, John that Pai.l| Clcmons, Ronny Merson, Gary Jadro will be in charge of (he Pack's boolli for the Scout-0- Jadro, Steve Kitson. Franklin Epps. Milton McCord, Danny Cornutt, Neal Palmer, Jim Maynard, Rama, to be held at the Humboldtland Robby BalHn] iger. 2-DAYS ONLY * $AVE HUNDRED$ Semi-Annual 1962 EXECUTIVE DEMONSTRATOR SALE GALAXIE FALCON THUNDERBIRD MERCURY You'll be proud to own any of these fine cars and you'll be doubly proud of all the money you'll save! Save hundreds of your valuable dollars with our amazing trade-in allowances and fantastic discounts. These are without a doubt the lowest 1962 car prices this year. All are mechanically perfect and immaculately beautiful 1962 Demonstrator and Executive cars with low - low mileage. Come in now and see our selection: 2--Galaxie Sedans, 2--Falcon Sedans, I--Thunderbird Hardtop and I--Mercury Monterey Sedan. Here is where you'll get that trade-in you thought impossible. Take up to 36 months to pay. No payment until May 20th, 1962. Hurry in now .. . sale ends Safurday, April 7th. "// You Didn't Buy Vroin haclison . . . Yon 7V.iV/ Too Much!" 1SACKSON 6TH I STREETS, ARCATA Save on All Garden Supplies During F.H/s Need a 'Good' SHpVEL,'HdE or RAKE? : Your choice-of any 2 of these 3 lop Duality, fully guaranteed tools at tremendous savings. Heat-treated handles and ' top- pertpne' finish on *I! exposed metal. We are :overstocked.' $145 Hoi $7.98 R.fc* $3.45 Shovel 199 ANY TWO TOOLS , or buy. 3 for $5.00 DAHLIA CLUMPS 'Small rjumpj "of ~ Holland-grown 'bulbs, each tagged with name and color. Your choice of cactus, pompom, collarette or deco types. E.ch .. 29c $2.99 - i for $1.00 GIANT DWARF ' ' FRUIT TREES Huge t'reei which will not' get over 10-12 feet tall. . Choice of pear-- Cornice, D' Anjou and Winler Ncllis. Each measures about ' 1V2 inches in diameter above TOOtS. $7.98 Value 'NOW. .".:.. CURRENTS;: ·: "·:"·:.:' GOOSEBERRIES Your choice of these sturdy plant! which make fine jellies. 39C . , , ,, ,, 3 f o r $ l .or.pellets .: 'Reg. 98c-Now'77c LADlES.:SHqyEL ,V.,-.i.v, Reg. .3.-30,Npw $2.77 GOPHER;BOMBS Reg.i2:for'69c Now4 for$I.OQ METAI^WN'RAKE;·::;· Reg. \;?s-N 9:w ;$i.39 ;HEDS]E;SHEARS ^V. V".;V;Reg, 3,98 'Now($2.99 :LONG; HANpLE'PRUHERS/Reg, 4.98 Now $3.79 ·HANI* PRUMER. Anvil-type.Reg: 2.85 Now $2.29 GRASS SICKLE FOLDING PRUNING SAW Reg. 2.49'Now $1.75 LAWN SEED UTILITY MIX . . . . . . . ; . . 5 IBs, $1.9,8 G.RAFTIG COMPOUND .'. ;. Reg.-95c Now 66c FRUIT TREE SPRAY ....-.; . R e g . 2.98 N6w.$2.39 f 1ft. CLOVER SHAKER .. Reg. 1.65 Now $1.22 4 IN. PLASTIC FLOWER POT 3 for 25x: GRASS SHEARS, . '·': Tempered Steel .... Reg. 2.25 .Now $1.48 HAND GARDEN TOOLS . . . . . Your choice 66c SHRUBS .' : .. Your choice 5 kinds $1.00 ea. WHITE BIRCH TREES: Small 3 for $1.00 GIANT TREE FERNS while they last 99c ROW! EZY LAWN EDGER Reg. 4.98 Now $3.79 10' ALUM. TRELLIS roll-up type Reg. 4.29 Now $3.25 BAMBOO FENCING 10 ft. roll x 6 ft. Now $4.88 DICHONDRA SEED ...' I Ib. Reg. 2.98 Now $1.99 HYBRID AMARYLLIS Reg. 75c ea. Now 3 for $ 1.00 15 IN. SQUEEZE REDWOOD PLANTERS Reg. 2.30 Now $1.98 1961 LAWNBOY MOWER Was 84.95 Now $74.50 BEDDING PLANTS Your choice of many varieties of standard ' bedding plants, including snap, dragons, blooming dwarf marigolds, .lobellia.and many others FRIDAY and SAT. ONLY 39 DOUBIE PETUNIAS FRI., .SAT. ONIY.. doz. 77e ,,,, FRUIT TREES-U'R LAST CHANCE Positively your ; last; opportunity · to plant bare-roof trees this ( year. Only a few of each variety remain,.so please shop early. . · APPLES .Jonathan,' King, Mclntosh, Blaclcjon, Yellow : ' Transparent, Welfows and!Red Deliclbus, Greenings. CHERRIES, PEACHES Bing, Lambert,; Tartarian Cherries, Red ' Haven -and Rio Osobern Peach." OTHERS Bartlett Pears, ,Greert ,Gage, ,Satsuma, Santa Rosa, Beauty Plums; also Porrjegranites,: one : Persimmon, Crabapples and Orange. Quince. Values to $3.95. Ydur'Choice .......'... . SHADE AND · DWARF FLOWERING. TREES FRUIT TREES Double pink _ flowering- plum; and .'· Paul's .Scarlet Hawthorne^ plus Mo- Plums, Cherries,. Apple* dcsto Ash, Sycamore 'and ' double POWER MOWER SALE Your choice of up TO $20.00 in merchandise free with any new power mower or tiller. Both"- 2 and 4 cycle mowers «« well ai electrics in Scott's, Sunbeam. Lawn-Boy, Atlas, Homlo, Huffy, mowers.: Nothing'down, up TO a year to pay. Your old hand or'power mower accepted as trade-in regardless of condition. ' SAVE ON GARDEN TILLER flowering Peach. stock--but only a few of each. ' N ;V- 4 ' 2 b. $3.50 r i w $2.99 ROSES- ROSES -- ROSES Your choice of patented or. non-patents in bu:h climbing including several Ail-American rose selection' All root-wrapped and ready to plant. . Your Choice !/ 2 Off ] BEGONIA SPECIAL NOW 5f.r$1.00 PICOTEE BEGONIAS Gianl bulbs, each. measuring 2Vz inches or more in diameter. Pink with darker edge. Reg! 49e each ".. . GIANT MIXED 5 colors in these beautiful Belgian-grown bulbs, many of which can be split lor Iwice the bloom. Reg. «c :.. NOW 6 for $1.00 PEE WEE MIXED Smaller bulbs but each will bear-severa giant O . booms if caied for. Your Choico w for BLOOMING CAMELLIAS Your choice of iftveral choice varieties up 10 2V! ll. lull in I gel. cens. Buy now . and save. Whil. Ih.y lilt . . $1.99 BLOOMING PRIMROSES Huge clumps of ihe finest quality primrosos-all in full bloom. Select now while choice of colors is complete, *J d* 1 ! R«0, 50e Vilue O for ^ I BEGONIA HANGING BASKETS 'Mixed Gladiolus Six colon in medium-sized bulbs -- guaranteed io bloom this year, r . , , , , 3 f o r 9 9 C nncsl quality redwood hanging baikot wiih-.nju-proof.galvanlied Butterfly Gladiolus chain. Over a loot in lenglh. ^ n now on l|w|J besu , i{u | new introductions. Colored illustrations. $1.44 Valu. ' NOW . . lu. I) ' | Cf\ Vilun lo 15c lach Q Q JL for 1.50 98C Jol . OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT IN SECONDS! Your accuint is opened now at F.H. if you have a major oil We suggest you phone ahead if you wish to have it opened company credit card. If not it will only take a little longer, on arrival if you do not have a card. '' use our budget p 1221 MAIN ST. FORTUNA RA 5-4127 Rototiller, Choremaster, Springfield or Atlas tiller with or without reverse in your choice of 3 to 4l/ 2 h.p. engines. Up to $20.00 in your choice of merchandise with any new tiller with up to a year to pay. Save on Root-Wrapped Shrubs Only a .few of each variety remain but your choice of the following while -they last. Peace rose, Wisteria vine, Spirea, Billardi, Van Houtle, Anthony Watorer,; 2-3 ft Calif, finest hedging in pkgs. of 3, purple lilac, Red Butterfly bush, Hldrangea, Deutiia. tfmf\f\ Values to J2.25. Your Choice !p| OU Grape Vine Close-Out Choice of. Emporor, Toby or Muscat Grapes at season-end pricei. Values to 75c -- M NOW 4 f

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