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AWotiSf 20, 1963 At.TON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SRVBN Congress Still Is Behind Unit Nor 8 Still Needs Band, Steience Teachers By JAMES MARI.mV Associated I'res* Now* Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) - Democrats hnvc run Congress since 1955 but they paid rt lot more attention lo business under President Dwlght D. Elsenhower than they are doing under President Kennedy, tile present Congress, which some people think may be hero until Christmas, probably is the greatest do-nothing Congress In a generation. The reason primarily seems to be lack of lough leadership. For six of his eight White House years, Elsenhower had to depend on a Demdcralic Congress to put his programs through, it got a lot of work done, although not always to his satisfaction. None of those Congresses finished later than mid-September. Most were finished before September. Appnivnl Kennedy has expressed approval of Congress' work so far in his administration but it has left a lot of people cold, And it takes longer and longer to get its job finished. The 1961 session, ending Sept.. 27 was the longest since 1951, when this country was. fighting the Korean War. The 1962 session wound up Oct. 13, the longest peacetime session since 1949 and the longest in an election year since 1942. Tills one will be longer still. The Senate Jn Eisenhower's time was under the guidance of Lyndon B. Johnson, now vice president. Speaker Sam Rayburn, a Texan like Johnson, bossed the House. He was still boss for part of 1961 but died that year. These men were tough, hard- driving masters of detail! Johnson seems unquestionably to have been the best Senate leader in this country. His successor, Sen. Mike Mansfield of Montana, is a mild and gentle man, immensely liked, but not in the same'league with Johnson for day in and day out hammering. Rayburn's successor, John W. McCormack of Massachusetts is well liked, too. But he's no Rayburn. Leadership There also is the question of presidential leadership to gel Congress, no matter what its mood, to act on White House programs. In one way it is difficult (o draw a contrast between Eisenhower and Kennedy in this field. Kennedy has followed Eisenhower's technique of' never fighting with BETHALfO - Bethaito Conv mutiny Unit 8 !ft still looking for two tenchers, Hermit L. Warden, superintendent, announced Monday night nl the school board meeting. Since the closing of school last spring, 17 new teachers have been employed, Hnrdcri Said. Still needed are n band and chorus teacher for Civic Memorial High School and a science teacher for Wilbur Trlmpe Junior High School; Ihe superintendent said. Mrs, James Ridings, Easl Alton, who has her BS degree from Woslern Illinois University and elghl years experience, will leach the first grade at Collage Hills Grade School. Miss Diana Sehulze, Wordeiii will lench molhemallcs al the Junior 'high school. She attended SIU. Richard Schultz, of Piggoll, Ark,, will leach English al the high school. He has a BA degree from College of Ihe Ozarks, Clarksvllle, Ark., and has Ihree years leaching experience. Miss Juclllh Miller of Clayton, Mo., will leach common learn- ings al Ihe junior high. She has a B. S degree from Soulheasl Missouri Stale College. Harold Lewis from Quincy, with one year of experience, will teach social studies al Ihe high school. He has a BS degree from University of Illinois. Kenneth Wallace, who has a BS degree from Greenville College, will teach Ihe sixth grade al Meadowbrook Elemenlury School. Wallace is from Granite Clly. William Mills of Shipman will leach science al Ihc junior high school. He has attended SIU. Graf ton GRAFTON Q. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. V daughter, Beth Congress. Since he had to deal with a looks half-hearted his programs. A Democratic-run Congress through .most of his two terms, Eisenhower never was in a position lo put on the pressure in the way Kennedy should be able to do. Kennedy's own parly is running Congress. Bui much of the time. Kennedy in fighting for good example was medical care for the aged, one of his major proposals hist year. He made only one public speech for it, and that 'was off the cuff, and the whole thing melted. And Ihe members of Congress who bot- lled it up got the kid glove treatment. This year, until civil rights took first place, a tax cut was his biggest program, But lhat hasn't passed either house and may not get through. He compromised on Ihis one early — too early, some people think. Peeved It might be argued that Southern Democrats, peeved at the Kennedy administration for its other activities in the civil rights Held, have been slowing up the Ann, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith went to Roodhouse Sunday where they attended the Roodhouse and Jserseyville American Legion baseball game. Bob who is a member of the Jerseyville team, participated in his final game. Following the game members of the teams and their parents were honored at a banquet held al Ihe V F W Club in While Hall. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Adams of Gary, Ind., arrived Friday for several days visit al Ihe home of her brother and sisler - in - law, Mr. and Mrs. John Bradfisch. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bopp of Alton and Iheir son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bopp and children, Mike, Jeff and Janie of Vene/uela, S. A., were guests. Sunday of tin; former's sister, Mrs. Martha Sheridan. Mrs. Lola Freiman wenl lo Salem Sunday where she attended the Guyman family reunion at Salem Park. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pellikan and sons attended a family reun- Sk Treated In Hospital AtWoodRiver WOOD RIVER — One person was admitted and three were treated at. the Wood River Township Hospital Monday for injuries received In falls. Admitted was Mrs. Jennlea Howell, 59, of 903 Dedar Drive, Wood River, for treatment of H Wrlsl Injury received In a fall from a chair while hanging curtains. Treated and released W o r e; Mrs. Georgia Mlddloton, 56 of 2412 Killarney, Granite City, for a knee injury received in a fall in a parking lot; Roland Nicmann, 51. of 403 East Fifth North, Ml. Olive, who dropped a piece of iron on his ring finger; Laven Evans, 7, son of''Mr. and Mrs. Wil lierl Evans, Rte. 1, Moro, for a left leg injury received when he was struck by a bicycle; Gary East, 23, of 614 Mildred, for an ankle injury received in a fall down steps and Micliacl Alberts, 15 Bethalto, for a right ankle injury received in a fall from a tree.. 2 From Edwardsville Admitted to'Hospital EDWARDSVtLLE — Two area residents were admitted to SI, Joseph's Hospital at Highland Monday, one person was discharg- was recorded. Mrs. Anna Thompson, 416 E. Park, Edwardsville, and Mrs. Sylvia McBride, 314 Wolfe .St. Mrs. Lonnie Aliart and son of 215 Coventry St., were discharged. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Usher, 15 Circle Drive, are parents of a son, weight 8 pounds 14 ounces, born at the lufspital at 2:39 p.m. Mrs. Usher is the former Donya Rector. Brighton Lodge To Meet Tonight BRIGHTON — Brighton Eastern Star Chapter will meet at Masonic Hall at 8 p.m. today. SoitthRoxatia GMWins Scholarship ftOXANA ~ Miss Mnry Jcati Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Smith, 209 Southard St., South Rofcaha, fs (he recep- lent of a nursing scholarship pro- od and one birth Admitted were MARY SMITH vidcd by the Grand Chapter, Or dor of Eastern Stars of Illinois. A May graduate of the Roxam High school, Mary Jean was ;ic live In GAA, Pep Club, FHA Leadership Club, and drum ma jor of the marching Roxana Higl school band. She is a past honor ed queen of Ihe International Or der of Job's Daughters, Bethel .8 of Wood River, as well as a mem ber of Eastern Star, Wood Riv er chapter 871 and Caspar Shrin of Jerusalem 95 of Wood Rivei Miss Smith will enter St. Loui University in September and wi obtain a degree of nursing in phy sical Iherapy. A presentalion of Ihe scholar ship award will be made al Ih Medinah Temple, Chicago on Oci 1 al Ihe session of the Illinoi Grand chapter. This is the first scholarshi award given to an applicant the Wood River chapter. j on a t others Nevlin's present cafe Saturday, were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wehrly of Kane; Mr. and Mrs. James Larson and children of Harristown, III.; Mr. and Roxana SOUTH News Notes ROXANA - Mr. an Mrs. Merrill Jackson of Wand Road visited Sunday in Jacksor ville with Mr. and Mrs. Clarenc Willner. Mr. and Mrs. John Mason and daughter, Pam, of Indianapolis, Ind., are visiting Mrs. Mason's Wood River Auxiliary to Help Sponsor Vets Picnic WOOD RIVER — Plans were lade fit the Monday meeting of ie American Legion Auxiliary to sslst area units in sponsoring he nnnual picnic for veterans of He Alton State Hospital. The affair fs scheduled for Aug. 9 at the Onb.ed Club grounds vith entertainment to follow the ncal. It was voted to cancel the Sept. meeting due to the conflict with ie Labor Day holiday. The purchase of new equipment nd appliances for the Legion Hall itchen will be considered, and ii'cussion will be held on the enovation of the facilities at the iept, 18 meeting, Mrs. Leroy Voodard, president, announced. Mrs. Russell Gibson will be cated as treasurer of the Madi;on Bond County unit during in- itallatlon ceremonies at the 8 p. i), Wednesday meeting In the Vcn- ce-Madison post hall. Mrs. Ralph Drury, Alton, will be installed president. A large delegation of he local unit will attend. The report of the auditing com- iiittee was submitted by M r s. Arthur Norlhway Sr., chairman. Miss Linda Killam, unil delegate to the annual Illini Girls Slate week on MacMurray campus, Jacksonville, will present a report of her participation as the program feature at the Oct. 7 meeting, it was announced. Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) — (USDA) — Hogs 7,500; steady to 25 higher; 190-250 Ib barrows and gilts 17.25-18.3r?; sows 275-G25 Ib 13.25-16.75. Cattle 4,500; calves 350; steady; good to choice steers 22.50-25.25; heifers good to choice 23.00-24.25; utility cows 14.50-17.00; vealers steady to 1.00 higher; good and choice 25.00-31.00. Sheep 700; steady,; good to News for Stocks Drugs, Oils, Motors Up NEW YORK (APJ-Motors, oils and drtigs were active in a steady stock market late this afternoon. Volume for the day was estimated at 3.6 million shares compared with 3.65 million Monday. Changes of key issues ranged from fractions to a point or so. : Xerox was a wide mover, spurting 7 points. The market generally exhibited a cautious attitude after its extended advance was interrupted Monday. Chrysler gained more than a point. General Motors and Ameri can Motors were up fractionally. Among the oils, Royal Dutch and Sinclair gained half a point or so. Most of the others were up slightly. Merck, Pfizer and Parke, Davis advanced around a point. General Precision dropped about a point and IBM was off a half. Fractional losers included American Telephone, Goodrich, International Harvester, United Aircraft, Kcnnecott and Allied Chemical. Prices on the American Stock Exchange were mixed. U.S. government and corporate bond prices were narrowly mixed. of Grain* Futures Sales Slow CHICAGO (AP) — Transactions in the grain fulures market were unusually slow today and prices drifted generally lower on the Board of Trade after a brief feeble show of firmness early. Price changes were mostly wilhin a small fraclional range. However, the 1964 wheat crop monlhs backed down a cenl or more al limes on selling described as profit cashing from Ihe broad advances of the previous session. Cnrlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat 11 cars, corn 28, oats none, rye none, bnrley 8, soybeans none. CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No 1 red LS-l'/i. Corn No 1 yellow 1.31%; No 2 yellow 1.31^-32; No 4 yellow 1.29'/ 2 . Oats No 1 extra heavy white 6714-V4. No soybean sales. Soybean oil 8!4n. Wood River Rotariatii Hear Judge Josepfy Barr Wheat Sep Dec Mdi- May Jul High Low Close Prev close prime lambs 4.00-5.75. 19.00-22.00; ewes parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson of Wanda Road. Merrill ROXANA Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Valentine and children of Waukeska, Wis., visiled Sunday wilh Mrs. Valentine's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Carna Calvin, of 112 W. Third St. They weve en route home after attending the wedding of a niece in Springfield, Mo. Mrs. made her Valentine home with formerly Mr. and FIVE-YEAR 'JOB' MANILA M — For five years Ricardo Sandan had been signing papers in the Customs Bureau. Finally someone discovered that Sandan had no appointmenl papers and no personnel record — in other words, that he was never hired by the bureau. A circular was issued barring him from the customs zone at Ihe port area. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) — Eggs and live poultry: Eggs, consumer grades, A large 35-36, A medium 24-26, A small 16-17, B large 27-28, wholesale grades, standard 26-27, unclassified farm run 23%-25 and checks 18-21. Hens, heavy 13-14, light over 5 Ibs 8-9, under 5 Ibs 1.80% 1.80 1.80% 1.80% 1.86% 1.85% 1.86 1.86% 1.89% ..89 1.89% 1.89% 1.84% 1.84 1.84% 1.84% 1.58% 1.57% 1.57% 1.58% Prices on 16 Mutual Funds Following is a list of 16 mutual investment fund stock quotations provided lo the Telegraph by Newhard, Cook Co. through its Alton offiee. These stocks are selecled on the basis of their sales and ownership in the area. The quotations are yesterday's closing. Issue. Bid. Asked. Affil. Fund 8.30 8.98 Broad St 14.53 15.71 Bullock 13.66 14.97 Capil. Slirs 11.70 12.82 Divid Shrs 3.50 3.83 Fid. Cap 9.07 9.86 1964 Sep Corn Sep Dec Mar May Jul Oats Sep Dec Mar May Rye Sep Dec Mar May Jul 1.60% 1.59% 1.59% 1.60% 1.22% 1.21% 1.22% 1.21% 1.12% 1.11% 1.12% 1.12% 1.15% 1.15 1.15% 1.15% 1.17% 1.17% 1.17% 1.17% 1.20 1.19% 1.20 1.19% WOOD RIVER - Local police magistrates and justices of the peace will all come under circuit control Jfah. 1, and will be known by the title of magistrate, Joseph Ban', circuit court judge, told Wood River Rotarians Monday af- :ernoon. The judge was introduced by Omar Lyon. Barr said the circuit court will attempt to arrange for court rooms for the magistrates to con- ducl proceedings afler Jan. 1. The magistrates will not be restricted to terrilories when Ihey come under Ihe control of the circuit court In 1965, said Judge Barr, most of Ih6 terms of the present police magistrates and justices of thn peace will run out and their successors will be appointed by thr circuit court. Barr said many cases brought before his court are in his opinion due to a breakdown in family responsibility. Many parents don't show enough interest in their children, he said, and children do not respect their parents. He described Ihe family breakdown as a "sign of our limes". He said Madison County has a high divorce rale. In 1960. said Sarr, Ihe county had 1,951 mar riages and 621 divorces. Austin Capron, sales represent alive for Celotex Corporalion of Chicago, was inducted as a new Rolarian by Ihe Rev. Manley Mace, paslor of Wood River Presbyterian Church. Miller Rejected SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)~Oov. Otto Kernel' denied today the petition of Lloyd Eldon Miller Jr., for commutation of his sentence to die Friday for the 1955 rape- slaying of Janice May, 8, of Canton. In his denial, Kerner said the conviction adequately .62% .66% .687s .62% .62% .66% .66% .68 1 / 2 .68 1 /! .68V 2 .68V 2 .62% .66% .68% .68% 1.27% 1.26% 1.27'/2 1.27 1.37 T / 8 1.30% 1.31% 1.31 Vi 1.35% 1.34 1.35% 1.34% 1.34 1.32% 1.34 1.33 1.29% 1.28V4 1.29% 1.28 Visiling rolarians were: Gene Kloslerholt, Denny Foster and Rusly Clarke, Alton;. Don Simpson Belhallo; and Al Cassens, Edwardsville. Nels Haven was a guesl of J Delaney, and E. Applegate wa Leon Wilson's guest. Soybeans Aug 2.58 2.56% 2.57% 2.56% Sep 2.55V4 2.54 2.54% 2.54% Nov. 2.53% 2.53% 2.53% 2.53% Jan 2.57% 2.56 2.56% 2.56% Mar 2.60% 2.58% 2.60 2.59% May 2.62% 2.61% 2.62% 2.61% Jul 2.63% 2.62% 2.63% 2.62% Fid. Fid. 7-7 %, commercial fryers 16-17." broilers and Bicycle Stolen EAST ALTON — Two bicycles were stolen in less than a month from the home of Earl Tomlinson, 129 Victory Dr. The second theft occurred early this morning when a two-week-old bicycle was taken. Fund Tr. .. Fund Inv. 16.67 15.01 10.11 Keystone K-2 5.32 Keystone S-4 4.25 Mass. Tr. . Mass. Grth. Nation W. Sec. 15.29 8.43 22.97 Nat. Inves 15.69 Tevev. El 7.50 18.02 16.32 11.08 5.81 4.65 16.71 9.21 24.84 16.96 8.17 Mrs. Calvin while she attended Wood River High School and will be remembered as Miss Lenora Booth. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nailer of Pat- mained at the Pellikan home, where he visit until Labor Mrs. James Wehrly and family of i ors0 n spent the weekend with Amarillo, Tex. David Wehrly re- mo j r son - in - law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hatfield and children of Maple Avenue. Dixie's Sweet Shop on Central Avenue, formerly the Rox Sweet Shop, has ty2en opened by Mrs. Dixie Carroll. She is being assisted in the operation of the business by her husband, Joe, and her brother, Larry Hatfield. Mrs. Carroll is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halfield of Maple Avenue. Says Student Training •> ^ Jobs Are Hard to Find works. story, . But that's hardly a full It should not be forgotten that Johnson, and' Rayburn in Eisenhower's time, over |( the opposition of Southern Democrats, pushed through the fli'st Jwo civil rights bills in this cenlui-y, got a lot of other work done, und finished early. Two of the biggest factors in the present Stumbling along seem to be undistinguished Democratic leadership on Capitol HU1 and a lack of Kennedy gress. fighting leadership by in dealing with Con Day when he will return to his home in Amarillo. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred- Mlkel of Overland, Mo., and Mrs. Edna Zierin of St. Louis were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hibbs. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Baxter and grand-son, Bradley Bailey, went to Springfield Thursday where they were guests over the weekend at: the home of the lat- ters, brother and sister-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Seik and al- lended Ihe Slate Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Covington of Sulphur, La., were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Avery Gisy. They were accompanied home Monday by their daughter, Miss Annolene Covinglon, who lyis been'visiling al the Gisy Home. Mrs, .Myrtle Erwin of Jacksonville was the guest of Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Allen Saturday. Mrs. Lora Bradshaw and Mrs. Lena Luck have rlturned to Alton, following several days visil at the home of Miss Freda Freiman, Mr, and Mrs. Warren Allen and family went to Springfield Saturday where they attended the Illinois State Fair. Plan PJreot Routes MANAGUA ~ Nicaragua Is planning to build roads that will make markets more accessible to farms. Kane KANE — Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gary spent Sunday in Pittsfield with their son, David Gary and family. Mrs, Herschell Hunter returned home Saturday from Alton Me mprial Hospital • where she had been for several weeks. Miss Jane Halfill relumed home Saturday from Jerseyville where she visited .the past week at the George Stringer home. Mrs. Opal James, who has beei a guest for several weeks o Miss Goldie Allen, went to Eas Alton Sunday for an extendec stay. Mrs. J. R. Trung and children of Carlinville visited Sunday will her mother. Mrs. W. P. Witt. WOOD RIVT2R — Studenl ori- the -job training will be a diffi- ilt program to put over, it was waled Monday night in a re- orl by Samuel Herndon. c'oordi- lor of diversified occupations Ihe Roxana School District. Herndon lold school board mern- ers that it is difficult to get gh school studenls jobs with .any local firms because firms lat are under interstate com- lerce rules are required to pay 1.25 an hour. Many studenls have ..sought •aining as automobile mechan- :s, said Herndon, bul because Some scientists believe tektites, dark, glassy pebbles scattered over the globe, are chips off the moon or fragments of a long-lost exploded planet. Others say they were formed on earth. Be alert today, alive tomorrow. FIRTH OF CLYDE - When 15 year-old Frances McNeil from th Isle of Arran entered for th sheepdog trials at Machrle, it wa not her dog that wpn a prize — but Frances shepherdess! for the best lookln; The competitlo: raised over $10 for Ihe Freedon From Hunger Campaign. WE) THINK OUR ICE CUBES ARE BETTER! TRY 'EM B«vmuw and Twite Holler I Vendors 24 HOURS HYNDMAN Hurtmann's Annual Summer CLEARANCE NOW IN PROGRESS •>. • ••.. ; ; ft' • • • Savings in All Departments HflRTiDfinns ;g||J 3 S AND JiWElRY ';, ( §iY|NTiiN f AST FfRSUSQN ' 8QWNTOWN WQQP RIYiR • the area, according -have no apprentice of union rules it has been difficult. Dealers in lo Herndon, mechanics because Ihe union Iraining program is localed in St. Louis. Gas station owners do nol wanl to employ students for mechanic jobs because Ihe employes are under Ihe Teamsters Union and Ihey are required to pay Ihem $2.15 an hour, Herndon said. The coordinator said he still has some hopes for employing his automobile mechanic aspirants with independent garages. Question Factory Worker in Slaying PERU, Ind. (AP)—Police questioned Rupert Willy Thorp, 28, a factory worker today in the fatal beating of a Massachusetls man vacationing in Indiana. Warming Trend Hits State 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m. quotations of 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area, as supplied to the Telegraph by Newhard, Cook & Co., from its Alton office. (The New York Exchange closes at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations). AT&T 123%, Gen Motors 72%, Granite Cily Steel 28%, Olin of Miller reviewed had been both by courts and by an extraordinary session of the Parole and Pardon Board. "I have reviewed this voluminous record and all arguments ^resented lo me and I-find no :jasis upon which to exercise the executive power entrusted to me o commute this sentence," Kerner said in his statement. Kerner had received Ihe board recommendation earlier this week but its nalure was not made public. Kerner granted a reprieve to Miller July 17 to permit the special sludy. Miller, a former Canton cab driver, has had about a dozen stays of execution by courts. He was scheduled most recently by a court to die July 26. Kerner granted a reprieve unlil Friday. Then the sentence will be carried out if neither the governor nor a state nor a federal court issues further orders. Miller's counsel has contended he is innocent of the slaying of Janice May, 8, in Canton, Nov. 26, 1955. The state has contended Miller had been convicted at a fair trial and nothing has been revealed since to disprove his guilt. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sunny and seasonably warm wealher returned lo Illinois today after the departure of Monday's rains. Temperalures mounted well Wealher into the 80s Bureau said and the Ihey may Pakistan Bars Strikes By Federal Employes DACCA — The East Pakistan Assembly recently approved an ordinance empowering the local provincial governments to ban all strikes by government em- Dloyes or local auuthority staffs 'or three months. Malhieson Chem. Illinois 81%, Shell 43%, Owens Oil 46%, Sinclair Oil 47%, Socony 70%, Slan- dard Oil (Ind.) Oil (N.J.) 70%, Sears 94%. 65%, U.S. Standard .Steel 49, Japan will import peanuts. reach 90 on Wednesday. Clouds and rain cooled the soulhern and central sections of the state Monday, except along the Ohio River. Most afternoon peak temperatures were in t he middle and upper 60s, but the Paducah area had an 81. Behind Ihe rains, in the north, highs' were in Ihe middle 70s. Rain measuring as much as a half inch or a little more wet the southern third of the state since Monday. Vandalia reported .61 ol an inch. DUKE BAKERY 819 Henry —Dial HO 2-2922 FRESH BAKED GOODS DAILY We Specialize in Wedding and Party Cakes Westinghouse AIR CONDITIONERS Floor Samples SPECIAL LOW PRICES — Easy Terms — MUG. 117 6100 BTU's With Easy Installation Kit Mode) No. 081 8700 HTU's ,., Mullol No, 101 * 10,000 HTU'S ,.,..,...., Model No. 153 14,600 1JWS HoHvy Duty Model No, W 18,000 OTU'S WITH 0-YKAH SERVICE WARRANTY FREE Estimate Survey '209°° «229 °" '249 .'299 00 .-»WoQd Rlvor Jacoby's & Better Homes and Garden Magazine Help You With Better Homes . . . More Beautiful Homes Better Homes Week Jacoby's are using this week to announce to the people of Alton and surrounding area another aid in selecting and buying the right home furnishings. During the past several months Jacoby's staff of salesmen has completed a home furnishings and decorating course sponsored by Better Homes and Gardens Magazine and the National Retail Furniture Association. They are now, more than ever, fully qualified to help you with any and every decorating and furnishing problem. They can help you select color schemes, choose furniture and accessories, and arrange your furniture for maximum efficiency and beauty. William Devi? (right), area representative of Better Homes and Gardens Magazine, presents certificate* to Robert Willis, Wesley Wright, Joe Burns, L. A. Gimmy, and Richard Jacobs, The certificates are for the juccewul completion of an extensive 5 month home furnishing and decorating course. For that Important combination of quality merchandise at reasonable prices, plus decorating know-how, visit Jacoby'l.. .your Better Homes and Gardens home furnishing ideas center. Of course, (here is no cost or obJigrafion for (his added service -Spotlighting New Ideas for furnishing & clecoroUug yo"»' home, Free Parking 627 I. Broadway flee"" Entrance 465-4451 Alton Jacoby's Sine. 1893

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