Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 12, 1962 · Page 35
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Double Cross Worker Cry In Steel Hike PITTSBURGH (UPD - Tile President of the United States, It was earthy sleehvorker tall but it hit home with more iinpac Hie head of the million-member than a denunciation couched United Steelworkcrs Union and college trained terms, several congressmen have denounced the steel price increase. 1 And the men who sweat at the stead mill when he was asked hi: mills turning out the steel had reaction to U.S. Steel's sudden an nouncement of a $6 per ton in crease in the price of steel. Angelo, who only a few dayi their say. They said it was "rotten," "sneaky," "unfair" and "crazy. 1 Tony Angelo was sipping beer at a tavern near the Home The American Hotel Association estimates that 9 out of every 10 guests who register in hotels and motels throughout the U. S. arrive by automobile. Hotels and resorts spent nearly $21 million for newspaper advertising in I960 to attract travelers to their establishments. ago hailed the recently negotiated steel contract as "one which wil' keep prices down," slammed the bar with the beer glass. "That's a double cross," he spat out." A fellow worker muttered that "They didn't keep Uieir word," while another complained, "It was rotten what they did." Harry Vansach, 28, a steelworker with three children, was asked what he thought of the price rise. Calls Increase Rotten "Rotten," was his reply. "After the contract was signed--they should have never done it." A. J. Marty is a craneman with 30 years service with U.S. Steel Corp. He labeled the price boost as "sneaky and unfair to the American people." "We didn't want a wage increase," he said. "But the fringe benefits, like pensions, should have been better." Joe Loposky of Rankin, a Bethlehem Steel Co. employe, said tartly, "Company officials are crazy." "Nobody wants a wage increase and those pension plans are lousy. Lots of us don't 'live to be 65." CRASH KILLS 10 JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA, Spain force crashed near here Tuesday killing all 10 occupants. (UPD -- A Spanish air DCS piston-engine plane Eureka Students Take Three Top Achievement Awards Winners of local zone competition in the annual Bank of Amer- are: Nancy Etherlon, Arcata High School, fine arts; Judith Quinn, high school Achievement South Fork Union High, science ica Awards program were named in Garberviile Tuesday following close balloting by contest judges. Emerging with highest ratings were four students who will go on to area finals in Sacramento on May 11. The top winners, their schools, and their study majors are: Janet Wainio, Ukiah High School, fine arts; Patrick McGaraghan, St. Bernards High School, Eureka, science and mathematics; William Goodwin, Eureka Senior High School, liberal arts, and Karen iVood, South Fork Union High, vocational arts. Their victories at the zone level qualifies them f o r minimum awards of $150 at the area finals. They will compete at Sacramento with winners from five other zones for sweepstakes awards of $1,000 in each field of study. Second place winners who received $50 awards in the zone competition are: Sandra Markley, Del Norte High School, fine arts; George Ran, Mendocino Union High School, science and mathematics; Christine Cook, Ukiah High School, liberal arts; Joseph Miranda, Fortuna Union High, vocational arts. Winners of 525 third place prizes and mathematics; Marylee Sand' erson, Clear Lake Union High, liberal arts, and Randolph Ghil- vocational arts. Student candidates at school, zone, and area levels in the annual competition are judged on their scholastic records, participa tion in school activities, and personal traits and ambitions as evaluated by their teachers and con- .est judges. NEW YORK (UPD-H should e mentioned very emphatically says Kenneth Ward of Hayden. Stone study of many individual price patterns, no important market setback appears imminent and oversold condition from which at least a substantial trading recovery should occur. · It also should be repeated, he says, that over-pessimism is generally most prevalent near the lottom of a decline. Survivor Says Some Titanic Tales Untrue W. I. La Tourettc of Shearson.i Hammill Co. says wilh the business background indicating continued gains in the economy at a healthy rate, combined wilh the : act that stock prices are about i per cent below their peaks, 'we can generate more enthusiasm for buying common stocks han we have been able to for some time." We will soon be selling our inventory to Bob Britt Lumber Company. Until then we are here to serve you with all your building needs. Watch our ads for special prices and L M Builders. Supply savings. Hardware Items A complete selection of hammers, saws, shovels, socket sets, wrenches . . , whatever Item you may need. CHOOSE POWER TOOLS FROM SUCH NAME BRANDS AS SKIL -- BLACK DECKER AND STANLEY . . . all priced at FRANKLIN STOVE 10 % POT BELLIED STOVE 10 % FIRE HOOD 10 % DELTA 1 fl% RADIAL ARM SAW 1U /0 -INS OFF OFF OFF OFF Famous Name-Brands of Dishwashers and Ovens NOW sold regularly for $39.50 now GARBAGE DISPOSALS REDWOOD STAIN SEALER 10% off *33°° 5 gallons 100 rs Hollywood Jr. W^K. 17.00 Lowered Doors L f l'L 28 10.50 Call for the low prices on our Selection of Mahogany Flush Doors. RYLOCK ALUMINUM WINDOWS Over 200 in our stock . . . these must be cleared! Call or come in to see our special prices on these. Electric Wire 12-2 ROMEX 2 5oft 9.90 10-2 R O M E X 2 5 o f ( 1 7 . 0 0 12-3 ROMEXzsoft 17.00 10-3 R O M E X 2 5 o f t 2 5 . 0 0 All in stock -- UL Approved. See us for range cables, fuse boxes, panels and all electrical needs. Steel Sinks 32x21 inches 24x21 inches 20x18" Basin ELECT. SERVICE PANELS Popular Bulldog brand and you'll SAVE . EDITOR'S NOTE; A young couple stood on the deck of the liner Titanic 50'years ago this weekend and saw a mass of ice gunge a fatal wound in the "unsinkable" ship's hull. Jacques Futrelle, a New York newspaper man, died in the sea disaster, but his widow was rescued. Her recollections of the Titan- Ics death, told to UPI reporter John Miller, conflict in part with some of the popular conceptions of the now-legendary sinking. By JOHN MILLER United Press International SCITUATE, Mass. (UPI) - "I expected to die. All I wanted to do was sit and wail for it." These words were spoken by Mrs. May Futrelle, a gray-haired widow of 83, as she recalled the Titanic disaster of 50 years ago in which she was one of 711 survivors. A total of 1,503 other persons, including her husband, Jacques, perished when the White Star liner sank after hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic. Mrs. Futrelle, who now lives in this small seaside community, remembers watching in disbelief from a lifeboat as the "unsinkable" Titanic went down. "One of the misconceptions about the sinking of the Titanic is that she rammed a towering iceberg," said Mrs. Futrelle. was standing on a starboard deck wiht my husband when \ve hit at 11:40 p.m. April 14. The impact was directly below us. I looked down and saw that we had run onto a 'growler,' a long shelf of ice lying just beneath the surface of the water." Tales Not True 1 Mrs. Futrelle, author of two novels, also discredits several other tales about the disaster. She said: --There were no men dressec in womens clothes trying to gel into lifeboats. --No one stood wilh a pislol to shoot men who tried to sneak aboard lifeboats. . --An orchestra did not stand on the deck of the sinking ship and play. "The entire process of evacua- By late this month or early icxt, the Dow Theory Trader says he expects the recent wave of selling to be well behind us, and he beginnings of a sizable sum mer rally to be at hand. WALL STREEf CHATTER HUMBOLDT iT.'1A//J/lKUlhu.vJ,, y , Ap.il 12, \%2. P. 35 after close NICE, France (UPD--Luciennc Delyle, one of France's mol pop. ular music hall singers, died Tuesday after a seven-year struggle ith leukemia. She was in her middle 40's. WEBCOR IS BUILT for 3-channel stereo! CORONET STEREO FONOGRAF · Thr«e-speaker stereo sound--two tweeters, one bass woofer nilllf · Two detachable speaker wings with 8'cords ONLY · Automatic stereo diskchanger plays all * 4 A f*nr 4 speeds ·)· JU/J · Powerful dual-channel stereo pre-amp and amplifier \f Ilk · 129 ! YOUNGSTOWN CABINET SINKS We can't publish these prices . . . but we can discount them! COME IN TODAY AND SEE THESE SAVINGS!!! ALL MERCHANDISE IS TOP QUALITY A GRADE OR BETTER BUILDER'S SUPPLY 2415 Harrison Ave. Eureka HI 2-9415 "with savings for everyone" WEBCOR REGENT CORONET STEREO · Self-contained stereo-record and playback ONLY · Dual-channol amplifier, 2 speakers · 3 speeds, 4 track and 2 track "Synchro-Track", slide synchronizer jack, tape counter, VU meter, the worksl NOW AT Charge Accounts Welcome BANKAMERICARD 3 1 2 F St. Eurob Mulkey Kovacovich tion seemed disorganized, but no one screamed or even seemed nervous," she said. "The only person I saw cry was a Spanish jride who had to be separated from her husband. 'As for the orchestra, they had been playing in the lounge. They couldn't have played on the deck since it was lipped at such a pre carious angle. Besides, it was so bitterly cold that night that the strings on the violins would have snapped had a bow been drawn across them outside." On Business Trip Mr. and Mrs. Futrelle had been in England on business. They were traveling first class on "A" deck. Her husband had been a newspaperman with the New York Herald. "There is another story about | that night which isn't true," said Mrs. Futrelle. "There was no poker game in the lounge. It was Sunday and poker was not allowed in the lounge that day. If there was a card game, it was in a private room." She said few of the survivors were plucked from tht icy water. Most of those who fell or jumped overboard froze to death rather than drowned. "As we fled the sinking 'ship in the lifeboat," she recalled, "I kept praying she would 'not go down. By this time the Titanic was over on her side only a couple of hundred yards from us. I kept saying over and over, 'Let there be a miracle.. .a miracle... a miracle.' "And then the lights on the Titanic went out and she disappeared into Ihe Atlantic." 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