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Eureka Humboldt Standard (Newspaper) - August 6, 1962, Eureka, California STANDARD Monday, Aug. 6, 1962, P. 8 Soblen Still Not Out 01 Britain LONDON (UPD-Convicled So-until Monday to decide what viel spy Dr. Robert Soblen was to do. caught in, a legal no-man's-land today, apparently destined to spend at least one more weekend iriBritain. Kl Al Airlines, pinched in a diplomatic argument between Britain and Israel, had zation in Britain. The British government told El Al to carcy Soblen on-to the Unit- ed Stales since he was aboard one of their planes en foute to uncomfortably New York when he slashed him- self July 1, forcing his Central figure In Power Battle Dies In Capital WASHINGTON (UPL) Edgar H. Dixon, 57, the utilities cxecu live who was a central figure in the 1954 Dixon-Yalos power contro- versy died in the Washington Hospital Center as the result of i. pcrcbral hcmorrhdgc. Dixon, Tenafly, N.J., was strlck< en in his hotel room Wednesday. He was a W-year veteran of the electric industry and had been President and director of Middle the Atomic Energy Commission South Utilities, Inc., since its or- ganization in 1949. Prior to that he had been presi dent of Electric Power and Light the predecessor of Middle including Middle South and the South Utilities. The Dixon-Yal.es dispute cen- tract to Dixori-Yates. tcred around a power combine] Southern Company, headed by the late Eugene A. Yates, to sup- ply power to the Tennessee Val- ley Authority. The contract with was cancelled by President Dwlght D. Eisenhower, after a series oi Sen ale hearings in which Democrats charged po- litical favoritism and influence figured in assignment of the con Stewardesses For New Jet 'Copters Special Price Reduction On Two Furniture Groups by (composite Throned a special purchase arrangement with Drexel, Home Furniture is able to offer an outstanding Aug- ust Special on these two contemporary groups of out- standing, rich walnut furniture. This offer will prevail through August provid- ing a wonderful opportunity to furnish your bedroom and dining rooms with a complete group or by indi- vidual pieces great savings either way. Use our elevator to the second floor display. GROUP Variation is the rule when you furnish your home with Composite. The woods, the' hardware, even the design elements change from room-to-room yet, all settings are coordinated to achieve greatest decorating impact. Woods are magnificently figured walnut and Papual veneers, combined with handsome touches of Macassar ebony, acacia clusters, cane and Italian marble. "Variety with Harmony" when you furnish with Composite! BEDROOM Kingsiie Bed with bookcase headboard and foot; Full or twin size bed with panel headboard, and foot; 62" Triple Dresser with walnut framed full size mirror; 36" -6-Drawer chest for maximum storage; 36" Chest on chest; 36" 2- door chest; 36" 4-drawer chest; I-Drawer night stand; 2- Drawer commode; DINING ROOM 44" Round extension table with tapered legs, extends to 62" with plain leaf; Drop leaf extension table, 42" x 62" (84" with extension and leaves ,40 x 60" extension table (extends to 96" with I plain and I apron 20" x 66" Drop leaf Harvest table (extends to 44" x 66" with both leaves BUFFETS 2 drawers with adjustable shelf behind right doors, silver tray be- hind left doors. China Buffet Adjustable curved shelf be- hind right door, 3 tray draw- ers behind left doors. China has sliding glass doors. CHAIR SETS arm chairs, 4 side chairs, upholstered seats with cane back. arm chairs, 4 side chairs, with spindle back. GROUP Special August price reduction will prevail whether purchased by group or single piece. If you prefer future delivery, small deposit will hold your selection. This beautiful oil-walnut collection by Drexel is cleverly correlated for contemporary dining and bedrooms. Never-ending arrange- ments in rich, genuine walnut. See this collection today! BEDROOM Full size bed with foot, cane headboard; Twin size bed with panel headboard, and foot; Fullsize bed with bookcase head- board; 72" Triple dresser with 9 drawers, framed mirror; 38" 5-drawer chest; Night stand with drawer and shelf; Commode night stand. DINING ROOM 40" x 60" extension table (extends to 100" with 2 apron Cane baclf chairs, 2 arm, 2 side; 40" x 60" Drop leaf table ex- tends to 40" x 87" with 2 plain Chairs, 2 arm, 4 side, upholstered back and seat; Accent Buffet for living, dining or study room, tambour doors, 3 drawers and I shelf.' See the partial displays of these two fine groups in our F street windows. Home Furniture By RALPH VILLERS NEW YORK (UPD-Now it's stewardesses oh helicopters! The pretty girl in a neat.imi- form and cap came'onto the scene here last the inauguration of Boeing Vertol 107 turbocopters by' New York Air- ways on its routes linking the airports-with lower Manhattan. The size, speed and passenger capacity of the Vertol made a cabin attendant a, requirement. This grown-up version of early day whirly birds carries.25 pas- sengers than the original DCS) in just -about the comfort and luxury of a long-distance air- liner, and at speeds up to 155 miles an hour. No, meal and bar service have not arrived on the heliocopter air- lanes yet there just isn't time. Attractive stewardesses like Use Grover, a Danish miss who's been in this country since 1959 and now lives in Larchmont, N.Y., keep themselves busy seeing pas- sengers onto the Vertols, getting them comfortably seated, ,a n d pointing-out the interesting sights as the copter flies over New York larbor, Manhattan and Queens, the borough which is home to the city's two major airports, Idle- wild and LaGuardia. On one recent flight from the Wall St. Heliport in lower Man- hattan, Miss Grover busies herself up and down the aisle pointing out to adults such sights as the Brooklyn Bridge, downtown Brooklyn and the United, Nations building from aloft. It's, a close-up view denied pas- sengers of commercial airliners. The fact that the Vertol has two turbojet engines, working through a common transmission gear box, permits the craft lo fly over juilt-up areas in New York, a routing denied single-engine cop- ters no matter what their size. The Vertol can fly on only one amphibious hull permits it to land in water. New York Airways put its pres- ent three Vertols, and 14 stew- ardesses, into service on 68 daily flights that link Newark Airport in New Jersey with LaGuardia and Idlewlld in a matter of min- utes, and in about half the time it took on the all-over-water routes, of previous piston-powered cop- ters. The flight from Newark to Idlewild via Wall St. is only 16 minutes. From Wall St. to Idle- wild only seven minutes. Third F Sis, Free delivery in UiimholdL County HI 2-2945 Carpet Beauty that's f Low Price that's "FRENEAU Broadloom by famous only sq.yd. Worth waiting tough-to-scuif look of luxury at budget price Much more wool, permanently Kara-loc woven in place, packed so thick one deep that not even a footprint stays. Dense rich texture lo absorb the clatter and traffic of a well-lived-m home. Permanenlly mothproofed, of course. Come see Freneau's 9 fashion shades of far-famed Karastan color. Two other outstanding Karastan values FLOURISH 100% all wool, densely woven in high-low texture. 12 glowing shades, sq. yd. ARREAU blends the extra strength of 20% nylon to luxurious plush wool pile. 14 elegant shades, sq. yd. HOBLE HILL random textured Loop pile, all wool, densely woven. An exceptional value in 14 multi- colorings, sq. yd. From the moment it's down through the long years ahead Karastaii carpets beautify your home with lovely warmth and charm. Ask to see these beautiful CARPETS all with the Kara-loc weave. For wall to wall or cut to any size 'you prefer. 80% Wool Sienou 13 cob, BienteaU All Wool 13 Colors BOUCheaU All Wool Many Colors E..AMAMII 80% rreneaU 20% Nylon Many Colors Tableau AH wool 22 Tourneau AHWOOI 22c0i0rS Funetionale AIIWOOI Reeved u AH w00i Many colors Karaleau AH w00i Many coUs Before You Buy, See KARASTAN 11953 1195 yd. 1295 3 1695 3; 16953 16953 2695 3; AH' installations are made by our own expert carpet layers. Come in and let us show you how you can' enjoy wall to wall elegance with Karastan Car- peting and stay well within your budget.' Easy Terms of Course LEO PAWLCS CO. Third F Sts. LEO PAWLUS HI 2-2330 0 GUY LIBERA
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