Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 12, 1962 · Page 19
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 19

Eureka, California
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Thursday, April 12, 1962
Page 19
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Extra Bath Need Takes Tiny Space THE EXTRA BATH has become standard equipment in most modern homes, but it iiso is possible in remodeled houses, even when little space is available. . In this event, a square bathtub or a corner shower cabinet can be installed. One model, called a receptor-tub provides a shower- tub combination in an area just over a square yard. Also, scaled lavatories and water closets are of possible price raises in con- available to make the most efficient use of space. Strain On Consumers' Purse Strings Likely Result Of Boost In Steel Price increases were almost certain. By BARNEY SfclBERT United Press International A strong tug at the purse spokesman said that "steel pro- strings of the American consumer appeared today to be the likely result of the 50-a-ton boost in steel prices. Steel-using industrialists were cautious in estimating the amount sumer items, but appliance anc auto manufacturers indicated that Garrison's Anniversary is not an excuse to lave a sale. Garrison's are proud of their sixteen years of selling pianos and organs in Humboldt County. They pride themselves in bringing to the people of Northern California the finest lines of merchandise in America, from manufac- turers who have a century of experience. Man- ufacturers who will not allow discounts without their permission. Garrison's are celebrating their sixteenth year in business by giving the best values ever offered. The Most Lenient Terms Ever Offered Giving Away A New Lowery Organ Free Lessons From Our Teachers MAKE YOUR HOUSE A HAPPIER HOME WITH A PIANO OR ORGAN THIS MONTH FROM 331 F Street Eureka OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M. rise by $10.50; that of a tractor by $4.65; that' of a washing machine by 65 cents and that of a refrigerator 51 cents. Makers of television sets doubted the steel cost increase would turer -of house hold goods sai affect their prices since there is little steel used in their manufac- A Kansas petroleum Industry price increase was "bound to I duction suppliers normally double the price increase when the boost is passed along to the consumer." Walter J. Campbell, editor of Steel Magazine, told United Press International at Cleveland, Ohio, that the price boost would mean the cost of making an auto will a " Ule companies have steel Surprise and Shock Ross D. Siragusa, president of prices." Chicago's Admiral Corp., said the price increase came as a "com- jlete surprise and shock. It can only lead to another round of wage and price increases in the appliance industry." Spokesmen for Westinghouse Corp. and General Electric Corp. said they had not yet determined the effect of the price increase. "This is the last straw. We'v wen holding the line, unable I raise prices. Now with the stei price, everybody will go up i Judson S. Sayre, board chairman of Borg-Warner Corporation's Norge Division, said at Chicago, 'An appliance price increase seems inevitable. . .We certainly 'eel that the industry has every right and would be justified in in-, at least 5 per for Whirlpool creasing prices cent." A spokesman Corp. at Marion, Ohio, said the steel cost increase would probably lead to a price boost on its appliances. An official of O'Keefe Merrill, Los Angeles stove manufacturers, said, "Over the longTpulI it probably will have an effect" on prices. In San Francisco, Sp'okesmen [or American Can Co. and Simmons Mattress Co. said they expected price increases in p'ropor- Jon to the higher cost o'f steel. 1963 Auto Price Increases In Minneapolis, a spokesman for Franklin Mfg. Co., makers of home laundry equipment, refriger- ators and freezers, said the sic reflected in the cost of app ances." The spokesman felt "qui sure retailers will have to pa. it on." Auto manufacturers at Detro doubted there would be any pri boost on the 19G2 models becau ventories sufficient to finish 01 the model year. But the 1983 mo els may cost $50 more, spoke men told UPI. At St. Louis, Mo., a manufai Hardwood Floor Installs Easily With Small Tool Thanks to manufacturing a vances, even a novice can i: stall a hardwood floor in les than eight hours -- if he can driv a nail, and thanks to a new sp cial sized oak flooring designe [or remodeling. Called Bruce "Crestwood", th 'midget" floor is only %-inc thick, about half the thickness regular oak strips, it lays rigr over tie. old wood floors an|} u stalls so easily, says the mam factufer, that the do-it-yourselfe can"ljegin in the mojrang_ an complete an average room i Lime for dinner. A small four-inch tool guide nails and sets them at a Tirope depth. This unique tool consis 1 of a nailing plate, fitted to th .ongue edge, and a matchin set. Sanding and finishing are eliir inated. "Crestwood", for exampl comes pre-sanded, pre-finishec ey?n pre-waxed from the factor) ready for immediate use when ft last nail is driven in. th ANNUAL SALE A D V E R T I S E D WEISFIELD'S THE WEST'S LEADING C R E D I T J E W E L E R S N A T I O N A L L Y Advertised Price SUPERIOR QUALITY DIAMONDS Each exquisite diamond it wt in 14 Karat gold. A wide variety of ring styles. Now avail-' able at one half nationally advertised price. "Star o' Fortune" DIAMOND RINGS Brilliant large center diamond set in a modern i4K gold mounting with band. EASY CREDIT TERMS LOW AS 8.00 A MONTH Ladles' 17-Jewel 14-KARAT COLD CASE CROTON WRIST WATCH SET WITH 40 DIAMONDS. I CARAT TOTAL WEIGHT LOW USY TIRMS I icintllljting dlimondi In imitl M K gold ringl LOW EASY CREDIT TERMS WEISFIEL y e THE WEST'S LARGE'ST · ·,-..,;···..'·./··:. 528 - 5th St. Euroka HI 3-3152 OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS 'TIL 9 P.M. ORDER BY MAIL WEISFIELD'S, J«w«l»ri 558-Sih St.,, C«lifomii Plitil nnl m« th* DUmond King «t Pltm wnd th« DUmond S«t W«lehll I .ncloit $ «nd will i«nd $ · w««k or » month until intltt (mount plui tix ! p«ld. Nimo «..........*· AJJr.t. City 1 Employed by Riftr.ncti ... SI.I.. .How long HUMBOLDT ST/lWD/lRDThuridoy. April 12, 1962, P. 19 by KROEHLER© And it's at a price that includes so much for your sofa dollar: Krohler's quality construction, design and craftsmanship! Reversible, zippered cushions of foam! Helically suspended seating! And, of course, the styling speaks for itself! Open an account today. Lawson styled sofo wilh T-cushiom. Biscuit-tufled bock is 64" long. $ 178 $8.8! Month and all at ope tj'/ne/y, tidy price! $ 178 8.85 MONTH COMPARE AT $219.95 Early American in 83" length with Interesting box pleated effect, *178 $8.85 month Divided Lawson button- backed sofa in an 84-inch BINGO CARDS Set Yours FREE Today! NOTHING DOWN ON McMahan's Personalized Flexible Terms Even the arms ore tufted! 82" sofa features deep, open diamond pattern. $ 178 (8.85 Month F U R N I T U R E S T O R E S OPEN FRI. 'TIL 9.M. FREE DELIVERY 5th G St. Eureka i u

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