Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 14, 1960 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 14, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JU;;E 11,1050 Let for Repair Work in East Alton Unit totaling building repairs •Wfr femftrwcmtm were approv. •*'*&» the Board of Education Of «lit* Ktft Alton Grade School 18 at a meeting Mon. frtgltt In the junior high Aiphalt company's M4 of $1,880 was accepted for placing an asphalt overlay on ttt* Lincoln Grade School's playground between the school bulldtnt and the alley. Termite extermltiatien at the Lincoln School WM awarded to the M. if. Termite add Pest Control C%«f Alton for $1,005.65. The tnitattavion of downspouts at the Washington Grade School was awarded to Kane Plumbing and Heating of Wood River at a bid of 9305. Ray Hatchet, East Alton masonry contractor, was awarded a contract for tuckpolntlng at the Washington School for 9346. No action wan taken on bids tor roof repaint at the East Alton Junior High School and the Washington and Lincoln Grade SWtooU until the build. WoodRiverVFW Auxiliary Meets WOOD RIVER - Mrs. John Gucclone has been reappotnted state department chairman of the Alton State Hospital, It was announced at the Monday meeting of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary at Memorial Hall. The appointment wns made by Rosemary Kaiser, state president, at the state encampment at Peoria over the weekend. Ruth Valin, Alton, was named co-chairman. Highlights of the encampment were reviewed by Mrs. Edith Lyons, Mrs. Villa Frailey. Mrs. Guccione and Mrs. Carl Benefiel. Mrs. I^roy Phipps, president, announced County Council will meet Wednesday at the Granite City Post. Tentative plans were made to sponsor an ice cream social. Essay Awards on Display Haller Names 3 At VFW Auxiliary Meeting \ On Bi-County Airport Board WOOD RIVER-Awards won by Patrick E. Leamy as state champion of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary Essay Contest, were displayed at the Monday meeting of the Unit atj Memorial Hall. j The awards were presented! to Patrick at the weekend state convention of Illinois Auxiliaries held at Peoria by Anton Perne, defense coordinator of Civil Defense, Springfield. His essay entitled, "Civil Defense—An American Tradition," reviewed the history of civil defense in the nation,' comparing the struggles of the early pioneers banding together to de« fend their lives and property .vith the widespread program of today. In addition to winning the state championship as a contestant of the Wood River VFW PATRICK LEAMY ington, Lynn Unterbrink and Super. Charles Gabbert. The board authorized the transfer of $62.384.54 from the educational fund to the building fund. The board also authorized the attendance of board members and superintendent Hazel Miller reviewed the ing committee has time to in-j commun |ty services of the past vestigate the roof.covering pro-j vear and Mrs. Kenneth Secrest cesses. 'reported on the Memorial Day fiighteen cafeteria workers | parade. and Mrs. Virginia Russo, elementary teacher, were hired by ,- ^^ lT a v» the board. Resignations accept- O,uuu nave ed by the board were: JoAnne Jungers, kindergarten teacher; and Mrs. Bernice Ragsdale, second grade teacher. The board plans to take a first grade census. Instructional supplies will be studied by the finance committee on Saturday at 5:15 p.m. The budget committee will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. Members of a committee appointed to prepare a tentative budget are Board Secretary Wayne Jennings, Emory Walk- won awards in other essay contests during the past two years: and during the summer months will take two trips on the Mls-i Eawt Alton Women to Sew Cancer EDWARDSVILLE — Three members of the Madison County Board of Supervisors were appointed late Monday by Chairman Gus Haller as this county's representatives on the Bi-County Airport Authority, which has jbeen established to investigate possibilities of developing a major airport within Madison and j St. Clalr Counties. Named by Haller to the com- Orvll R. Oglesby, East Alton; Nelson Hagnauer. Granite City, and Clarence Lud- iwig Jr., Leef Township supervisor. A resolution for appointment of three county board members from each of Madison and St. Clair counties to form the single Bi-County Airport Commission 21 at Dismissed Edwardsvilk Teacher Appeals to Court EDWARDSVILLE—An appeal | on behalf of Dale E. Robinson, dismissed Junior high school industrial arts teacher, was filed In Circuit Court Monday by his attorney, Eldon Durr. Robinson was dismissed, effective last May 20, for alleged: "non cooperation with his fellow teachers and superiors over a long period of time." He was Jacober Again Heads KCs Edwards KDWARDSVILLE-OHver Ja- dismissed In a resolution adopt- j coter was elected to a second ed May 12 by the Board of Education after a week-long public hearing. term as grand knight of Edwardsville Knights of Columbus Council Monday at the KC Hall. The appeal charges the dls- Jacober, a grocer. wiD serve missal was a result of "preju- a new one-year term. dice." contrary to law of the others elected were: Timothy state and to evidence introduced Douglas, deputy grand knight; 'in the cnse. that the decision; R OKer Hartung .chancellor; Har- rr.siilts from a complication of ,,| f | .Snnnps. recorder: John B. EAST ALTON Women of the ing of the Southwestern Illinois Council of Mayors of the two counties. A copy of that resolu- s.ssippi River as prize, won in: communitv arp invited , 0 parti . the American Maritime Association contest. WOOD RIVER — A total of 6.050 people have used swimming pool facilities since the pool opened Thursday, Howard Getting, pool manager, reported today. On opening day 1,500 children thronged the pool, followed by 1,700 Friday and 1.600 Saturday. Cold weather cut the number to 950 Sunday and 300 Monday. A total of 865 season tickets have been sold so far, Getting said. A total of 1,260 were sold throughout the summer last year. « Outboard Motor Stolen WOOD RIVER — Theodore Rexing, 433 State Aid Rd., reported to police Monday that a 1955 12-horsepower outboard mo- ALL-AMERICA ADS OJV TABLES Mrs. Hurley Clarkson, "Milly" to her customers at Savoy restaurant, places tent-shaped cards on the tables, advertising "the best city by a dam site." The cards were furnished by the All-America Committee jrine-lts Value to the Economy to all eating places in the city, and distributed by the ° f ft* Vn '^ States.'^ waitresses and bartenders local union.—Staff Photo. cipate in the all-day sewing circumstances which in them- Soehlke. treasurer: John Duda- Roy Hanvey, Among xvm .rt en: Elmer Robien, inside other allegations, the appeal WHrr \. Frank Stoces, outside charges, the Board ol Rduca- t , uar(1 . j^,,^ r , R U pp. trustee selves prevented Robinson from pp^ Hdvornte: obtaining a fair trial. tion. offered at the April 21 Louis May- was read at I tion did not hear thp charges fo| . 3_y pa ,. | cr m: Charles Long HKainst Robinson been use "all . |nr) j aroner delegates to the members of the board were not present during all of the ses- 340 Autos Given Safety Check at East Alton convention; Leo J. Levora and Tillo Tenor, aller- sions. as required by law. . . ," n ., tps | 0 mp delegates. : meeting to prepare bandages M on d av; s connVv honrH "«n«inn i Thc P |llintiff Hsks the colirt It wns announced that Levora He won first place last year ;and dress in gs for the Madison „' " bv oJleshv and on hi, ™J to r ° VP1 ' SP th<? orrit>r of dlsmiR " ""* hpc>n T1Hmed me council ' s with his essay "The Merchant I County Cancer Society from .,„_ rhnlrm»n H»1W sal. remand the cause back to^,,,-,,,,.,,,, SPr ,.p ta ry by Supreme Marine—What It Means to My^, a m to 3 pm Thursday ,{, . " th . . '»«• B " arfl of Education and KniKh( Lllkp p; Hart. Levora City and My State," and thi.s h ,„ b he|d at.K repressive" tothe th '" ^ courf '° in " tIWt ^ *'"' ct "' ris Dfivid A ' YatCS ' Wh ° year with "The Merchant Ma-^ home of Mrs , c Bar- ' ori Tmis S ion i jnett. Main and Tomlinson avenues, rather than the usual : EflwardsviJIe *1" Ball .... _ . [meeting place of the First Bap- mgn sscnooj, h-atncK nas en- church, due to vacation Pmirraiiinrtiiv^Iiitpr^ roiled in the School of Arch- Bj schoo , novv | I rogiainJJiaHslnteres lecture of he University of nil- jb f h , and EDWARDSVILLE -Consider-, nois with the September class.; <-ontiiouuons or wnue ana ... During his high schoo, careerjPastel materials, and discarded a ^^ ^^^\ A June graduate of Roxana i board to pay the plaintiff air,. ps j Kn p rt t j ue t o ill health. lost wages and to restore him Tnu| . sdav 1hc Fourtr , Degree to his former position. he was a member of the Nation- sheet blankets, which are used and for the dressings, may be EAST ALTON — A total of 340 i automobiles passed through the! East Alton safety test lanes Friday and Saturday evenings, I it was reported today by Police j Chief Harold Riggins. The safety test lanes were sponsored by the East Alton Police Department and Exchange Club. Riggins reported that 25 per cent of the 155 cars checked Friday and 10 per cent of the 195 DonHubbard Will Manage Roxana Pool ROXANA — Don Hubbard of 214 Chaffer Ave.. began his duties al Honor Society, Quill —, Scroll, band, Science Club, I brou S nt to the Barnett home, school paper reporter, letter-! man in football, wrestling and track, "R" Club, semi-finalist in the National Merit Scholarship test, and received an honorary scholarship from the Illinois State Scholarship Commis-i sion. ! ST. AMBROSE WOMEN He was accompanied to Pe-| TO MEET THURSDAY oria by Mrs. Carl Benefiel, lo-i cal essay chairman, to receive^ his prizes of a certificate recognition, a North Alton News Women of St. Ambrose Parish will meet Thursday from 9 a.m. Edtvardsville Youth in Color the YMCA was indicated Monday evening at an organizational meeting of the "Y." Those Magazine Ail EDWARDSVILLE assembly will have its annual election. .Saturday, June 18, a pot luck supper for members and quests will be held at 6:30 p.m. The newly-elected officers will bp installed by District Deputy Frank Vanzo July 25. The chaplain, the Rev. Father Frederick McCarthy, spoke John Kays, briefIv at Monday's meeting, attending indicated that the pro-| 19 son of M) , and Mrs Harold encouraging support of the gram, which would promote aj L Kays „._,„ Montc |aire, and membership for'the elected of- softbali league for children not i playing in the little league pro- a 1958 graduate of Edwardsville High School, appears in a full- and assistant at the annual>r had been stolen from a boat Southwestern Conference of|P«"*ed m h,s yard School Boards and Administrators at Belleville June 23 at 6:15 p.m., and all the custodial staff attendance at the Custodian's Workshop at Trenton. The East Alton Community Building Recreational Board's use of the junior high band room, this summer, for music practice on Mondays from 7 to 9 p.m. board. Bills totalling $157,419,30 were approved. The bill's listings were: 'payroll, 541,375.84; educational fund, $84,806.53; building fund, $29.961.27; trans- The motor was apparently taken either Sunday night or early Monday morning, police said. Minor CraHh WOOD RIVER — A vehicles checked were defective. | ns managcr o( , he Roxana s ^ m j check, $100 defense bond and Twenty-six prize winners were mjng Pool Sundav . He rep laces a silver medaj> drawn from the safety test lanes check lists. Prizes were furnished by local business houses. Prize winners must present their safety test lane check stubs at East Alton Police Station. East Alton prize winners were: Floyd Alberson, Harold minor iChristinson, H. G. Rollins, Rus- auto accident involving cars sell Stewart, Robbie Robinette, driven by Virgil Blasa, 237 E. Bill Dietzel, C. Brazier, Sylvia Madison Ave.,. and Mrs. Jack]Barnes, Harold Shelton, Ernest Griffin, 918 Willard Ave., Alton, j Evans, Frank Lippert, Kenneth Robert Kissack, who will leave today after resigning due to receiving an appointment as assistant principal of Roxana High school. He will begin his new position July 1. Hubbard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hubbard of 148 E. First St., is a graduate of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and is a teacher at Hartford school. Leave for Music Camp . at Edwardsville and Central was approved by thei u . eets was reporled to Monday night. According to a police report Blasa was headed east on Edwardsville road and had stopped for a traffic light at Central when Mrs. Griffin, traveling the portation, $190; cafeteria, 5<!.-| S ame direction, collided with th« 084,66. 'rear of his car. Lumber Stolen WOOD RIVER - Floyd Me- Ladd. Daisy LeClaire, Harold ROXANA - Mr. and Mrs. Wai- Cooper, Jim Ringering, Harvey ter Jollier of Rosewood Heights Heigert. Jim A. VanHooser and! took their so ". Craig, and Steve Alta McCauley. I Pritchard to DuQuoin Sunday Plan Checker Tourney At East Alton EAST ALTON - A checker,a pile of lumber was missing iGaughey of 905 Willow St.. Wood!and Ernest Meszaros, Rosewood ; River, reported to Wood River I Heights, 'police at 5:05 p.m. Tuesday that! Others were: Ralph Eddlen, ] wner f th(? y wi " spendJhe week at Cottage Hills; Alice Miller, Be- " thalto; Mary M. Lowe, Rosewood Heights; Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Voyles, Cottage Hills; Dan Scott, AHon; J. R. Britton, Be! thalto; George Loew, Edwards- iville; B. Paynic, Wood River; from a housing project on Hickory street. There are 540,000 boats for n the United States. tournament will be held Wednesday beginning at 10 a.m. at the East Alton Community Building, it was announced today by Dan Stapay, recreational director. Both boys and girls entering | age groups which are: 8 and un- the tournament will be placed inider; 9 to 11; and 11 and over. Wood River Rotary Meet Monroe Laments Public Apathy Toward Jury Duty WOOD RIVER— Circuit Judge James Monroe told Rotarians here Monday that an attitude of indifference and apathy exists in the minds of many county residents regarding jury duty. "Why Nikita Khrushchev could have one foot across the line and the people svouldn t give a damn," Judge Monroe lamented, while describing the reaction of many county residents to judicial responsibility. While explaining the functions of circuit court in relation to cases familiar to the group, Judge Monroe cited the James Gordon Palmer and Marvin Dale Berry cases. He also cited the Alton Water Co. case. Wood River Girl Awarded Scholarship WOOD RIVER — Sandra "Sandy" Jamerson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Jamerson, 942 Willow St., who graduated from Wood | River Community High School last week, has been awarded an S800 dramatics scholarship at Illinois Wesleyan University. To qualify for the school aid. Sandy gave u reading and sang during an audition at the school. She plans to major in dramatics and minor in music. Hospital Notes WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Helen Miller, 108 Haller St., East Alton the Egyptian Music Camp. Craig received a scholarship from the Roxana Band Boosters. Dr. and Mrs. Harry J. Loamy of Shell Terrace took their son, Donald, to the Egyptian Music Camp Sunday. Roger Lowery, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.* C. Lowery of Elm st., returned home Sunday after spending the' past week there. Returns From Japan ROXANA — Miss Helen Sheppard returned Sunday afternoon from a three-week vacation in Japan. She was held in Hong Kong two extra days due to the typhoon and witnessed the recent political demonstration. Enroute home she visited in Hawaii. Miss Sheppard returned to her work as laboratory technician at the Wood River Township Hospital Monday. 284 Frosh Register At Wood River High WOOD RIVER- Miss Adelaine Lakin. chiarrnan of the counseling committee for East Alton- Rox-Ann Bureau Unit Meets June 22 quested to bring a sack lunch. VFW AUXILIARY PLANS SOCIAL MGHT gram, would fill a needed place pf) , or hvo . p ., ge advertisement| in the over-all community sports' fnr ,. >Swin . R p remillnV . in Life j program and indications at the, maRazine this wepk . meeting were that coaching assistance would be available. The voulh's mother said her To Meet Saturdav The group decided to proceed s ° n has be f n do ' n f some ... _ . ; plinc* wnrif urhilp aft* on the basis of a four-team iell " K work whlle EDWARDSVILLE-A potiuck attendln S! supper and regular business \jii int. i^a.-5io WL a luui -iccaiii.- . TT- • i . league, wither minimum of 15 ; Northwestern Umvers.ty. where mceling of Southwestern Chap- players on each team and a ^ has , completed his sopho-, , pr of lhe Illinois Gladiolus eight games for! more ye _ ar ' The ad ' on paRes 'Society will be held at 6 p.m., schedule of each team. Anyone interested in assisting i with the coaching, as well as VFW Auxiliary of Post 1308 interested players, may notify | will have a social night. Wednes- Daniel S. Smith, YMCA secre- ROXANA The Rox-Ann day, at the post building. 604 W. Delmar. Thursday the auxiliary will attend the Madison County Coun- Unit of the Madison County Home Bureau will meet June 22 at the home of Mrs. C. C. Losch' ., ,,_,„ . „ on the Poag road for a cookout^ 1 ol VFW in Granite meal. The women are to meet Six women from the post have at 10:30 a.m. and reservations returned from the state conven- should be made by next Mon-; tion in Peoria, which was held day. June 10, 11, and 12. The women will make a full convention report at the next fegular business Little League Play ROXANA — Little League I mee ting. baseball games were to begin Monday evening, but the first games by the Midget League! St. Kevin's Society were rained out. The Junior 1 League is scheduled to play to-: To Meet Toilijiht lary. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE - One area resident was admitted Monday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland. Two patients were dismissed. One birth was recorded. | Born to Mr. and Mrs. James j KiwailiailS to 84 and B5 of the magazine.| Sa)urc j a y at the home of Homer includes a Sigma Chi Fraternity: Marti, 842 Madison Ave., Ed- brother of the youth and a fe- : \\ardsville. male professional model. Thel ; ad is also on billboards in the Chicago area, the mother said. John was a member of the varsity football squad at Edwardsville and received a 4-year football scholarship to North- Kberhart, 228 S. Main, a daugh-j ter, 6:31 p.m. Monday. 8 pounds. The mother is the former Dav- lene Kurjn. Carl Strasen. Rt. 2, was admitted. Dismissed were: Mrs. Maude Tietze, 307 W. Park; Mrs. Enola Shoettle, Rt. 4. night at 6 and 8 p.m. on the park diamonds. Roxana Notes ROXANA — Mr. and ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS —The 1 final meeting of St. Kevin's Al- Mrs.'tar Society before summer re- C. J. Herrick Jr. Named 2nd Lieutenant Attend Convention Ken R. Carstens and Guy McCune, Alton, will attend the forty-fifth annual convention of Kiwanis International at Miami- Miami Beach. Fla.. June 28-30. They will join some 16.000 other Kiwanians. their wives and families. The convention svill be held al the new Miami Beach Convention Hall. Donald Witherow and son, Don,|<-ess, will be held al 7:30 tonight Curtis J. Herric-k Jr.. son Brig. of Doerr avenue, have returned) in tne basement of Zike's Phar- after spending a week vacation- jmacy. ing at Osage Beach in the Lake] Hostesses for the meeting are: of the Ozarks. Kenneth Schubert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schubert, of Doerr avenue, spent the weekend with his parents. He is attending Electronic School in Chicago. ! Mrs. Shirley Ullman, Mrs. Mary Speed, Mrs. Christine Quatman, Mrs. Millie Stark and Mrs. Bert Purtz. iccuonic acnuw in v/mcugu. i IT T> I Mr. and Mrs. George Herbert! * ireilieil Ke&pOllU Judge Monroe went on to explain that Palmer could not be eligible for parole until he served one-third of the sentence or HO years, which means he will serve the rest of his life behind bars. He made repeated emphasis ,; d U) ", h o Icit kn.'c when she fell of the need tor people to serve in „„, ljas ,, im , m of | K , r home. on juries. "This not only expe- Those , 1Ta , Pci m ,d roleasod were: dites justice, but saves tax dol-: TwWy Wd , s _ on ,,. yt . a ,.. old son 0 f!P plMs the lotal {° be near 300 I was the only patient admitted to Wood R' ve «- Community High the- Wood River Township Hospital: School, reported that 284 fresh-| Monday. Mrs. Miller was admitted I men have registered to start j at 10:45 a.m. for an injury iweiv- '< sch ° o1 ln the fali - and family of South Roxana ac-; companied by Arthur Grange spent the weekend at the Herbert cabin on Piasa Island. \ South Roxana WCTU To Meet Thursday SOUTH ROXANA - The Women's Christian Temperance Union will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday at South Roxana Methodist Church. To Brush Fire A brush fire was reported to Alton Fire Department Monday at 4:42 p.m. in a vacant lot at the end of Elfgen street. Engine company No. 3 responded to the call and put out the blaze. Asst. Fire Chief Warren Grable reported no damage by the fire. A film, "Grand View Story," will be featured. She said that there will undoubtedly be more freshmen registering this week and ex- lars as it costs approximately j^j,. anc j ^ j., mps \vclls Jr ; wnen Ine 1960-lil school year $fj a day to bring people to Ed ' wardsville and screen then) for the jury," Monroe said. Announcement of the joint installation of local and Alton Rotary officers during a dinner j dance June 27 in Hotel Strat-i Rt. 1, fcJast Alton, tor a stomach lavugr ill 3:45 p.m. after drinking a small amount of ear polish. starts. A total of '.'72 freshman started the 1959-60 school year. Diane M. Buchanan, two-year-old j cussed at the meeting which was daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas i held Monday at the home of Mrs. E. Buchanan. 303 Ohio Ave., Eastm. W. Hudfiold. president. ford was made. 'Alton, was treated and released I ,. . , . . -u » ! Mondaj at 7:111 p.m. lor a lucera- He ovnlained his reasoning ini 't was voted to contribute a . . . , He expiamea nis> reabuiiuig '"t .... . lion lo the lop ol her head receiv- arriving at a decision on sen- HO *»•»,. to a new chapter ipd ^, n d ^ ^ Jd , ^ ^ A social hour followed. tencing Palmer to 180 years in prison rather than capital punishment. He listed three considerations in the Palmer decision (1) Palmer's horrendous crimes, (2) what could be done about him and (3) compassion. TREAT YOURSELF TO Slif Ru|i! UU *•»*» of Rotary being started at Chilli- come. Visiting Rotarians were: Willis Cooper, Al Paul, Jim Evilsizer and Howell Prange of Bethalto; Syd Frey, Roxana; Denny Foster, Kenny Klaas, Joe Wardein. Sid Arst, Ralph Jackson and Bill Bryan of Alton. Jerry Bagley was a guest of John Stetson. iat home Board >l<»otint WOOD RIVER - A $25 contribution \\as voted to the Chilean relief program through the American Red Cross at a special meeting of the executive board of the Woman's Club. Activities and programs of the club tor the cumins year were dis- HEITZ OPTICAL New located in MCTR0POLITAN BLOG. 307 HENRY IT. Step in, we will be happy to serve ell your optical need* at our new location. CHAIUS J. HflTI fPWAID P PAIKIS, Jr. a 25-foot roll of Alcoa aluminum foil just for watching a 3-minute freezer demonstration Gen. and Mrs. C. J. Horrick. Ft. Shafter, Hawaii, and grandson of the late Col. M. A. Reasoner and Mrs. Reasoner, 410 Prospect St., was graduated recently from the University of Hawaii at Honolulu. He was active at the university in the Reserve Officer Training Corps and lias now been appointed a second lieutenant in the regular Army. Herrick will be stationed witth the Airborne division at Ft. Campbell. Ky. Low Bank Rates Auto Loans NEW or USED Installment Credit Dept. Dial CL 4-3817 ILLINOIS STATE BANK OF EAST ALTON PERFECT GIFT! .. For Dad on His Day, June 19 Arrived Just FUTURE The Performance Sensation of I960 in Smaller Pocket Radios As «fc«rti»«l • Srtrtw Eveeinf Po«t «4 Ftm Jevrnil We arc m proud of this new Constellation freezer by Skelgas that we are willing to give yo» a fuO roll ef Alcoa aluminum foil joat for aeeing a abort demonstratioa •/ iu deluxe feature*. Come ia today, yoell be glad yoa did. One roll ef foil to a family white supply laata, adult* only. Mutt tomorrow always bring high«r pricM? No. say 64 top representativesof education, labor, business and government who met recently at the American Assembly. America can have all three: dynamic growth . . . low unemployment ... reasonably stable prices. , But this can be realised only if we • all work together to achieve * ; steady rise in produetniiy. i f» yotii ««• Mil* I**'* **il »ov i must do la Ml» m«k« wii cowl'*» i iconomic liOui* MCW*. W"H t»- «*y l*i fr*i *ookl«l. "Ptic«i. Gio*t» M* Vw" to: Amtfia* Umtnito. 5S JIM JOKES, Ine. 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