The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on June 27, 1965 · Page 22
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June 27, 1965

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 22

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:'f,fr-" 4 -:A,\f, l(J(dNI SUNpAY^IUUiVlN Sunday, Juna 27, 196S f;NVShMd Be Bolstered Soviet Way, Mikoyan Soys MOSCOW — (iD — Pres. Anastas I. Mikoyan called Saturday for the United Nations to be strengthened under the Soviet interpretation of its charter. "The United Nations does not always measure up to the tasks before it," Mikoyan said. He called for "strict observance" of the charter. In Soviet usage, this means the Security Council, not the General Assembly should control U.N. peacekeeping forces. A dispute over this resulted in Soviet withholding of funds from U.N. peacekeeping forces. The president spoke at a Kremlin reception for the visiting shah of Iran. State Apph)yes Incase in Home Insurance Rate MADISON — (iip) r- A substantial increase in Wisconsin all-inclusive homeowners insurance policies, averaging 25 per cent and costing $6 million, has been approved, State Insurance Commissioner Charles Manson said Saturday. Report Inadequacies Manson said the increases for new and renewal policies would become effective July 12. The revised rate schedules provide increases up to 50 per cent on policy amounts be­ tween $8,000 and $12,000 and more than $25,000. Policy amounts between $12,000 and $25,000 will vary between 12 and 25 per cent, Manson said. Reports made by three rating bureaus for the stock Insurance companies showed that present rates are inadequate, Manson said, while independent insurers also are realizing problems and will raise their rales too. The insurance commissioner said that negotiations for pre­ mium adjustment started In January. The four year loss ratio between 1961 and 1964 on earned premiums of more than $56 million was 80 per cent REACH ICY PORT NEW YORK —i/P)— The icebreaker West Wind reached the American Air Force base at Thule, Greenland Saturday, the Coast Guard reported. The port has been closed by ice since last September. instead of the anticipated 60 per cent. Choice of Poiicy He pointed out that becau.se the expense allowance is 40 per cent, premiums were inadequate during the four-year period. Manson said home owners could continue to purchase full coverage policies at the increased premiums, or could purchase a $50 deductible policy for windstorm or for all perils except fire and lightning. St. Louis Arch Now Higher Than Washington Monument ST. LOUIS —(/P)— The rising Gateway Arch on the St. Louis river front now surpasses the Washington Monument in height and Is the tallest national monument In the United States. Workers placed another stainless steel section on the triangular legs of the arch, raising the structure's height to 562 feet. The Washington Monument Is 555 feet high. When completed, probably in October, the arch will be 630 feet high. A stabilizer strut was installed last week to hold the two legs apart until the "keystone" section Is Inserted. The arch, which is costing $12 million to build, is part of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial. It symbolizes St. Louis historical role as the "Gateway to the West." • FURNITURE Values in onr Beauty borrowed from the past is yours to enjoy in tliis charming Cape Cod furniture KROEHLER We're celebrating the anniversary of our new Cape Cod Shop and prices on Cape Cod furniture are outstanding values. Even by the piece Cape Cod is one of the best buys in furniture, but just see how much you save when you buy a Cape Cod Room! Every inch of wood in Cape Cod furniture is solid hard wood. Fabrics—and there are many of them, natural and man-made, in solids, florals, documentaries and quilts—are all in new "Spice Tone" colors. Come in and take your time. Sit down, think it over, talk it over. We'll help you for hours, but we won't rush you for a minute. Whether you buy everything, just one piece of a few, we promise you'll go away happy. SOFAS In New SPICE TONE Colors Your choice of a wide range of fabrics —natural and man-made — in solids, florals, documentaries and quilts ... All In new Spice Tone colors. Come in and take your time. Sit down and enjoy the luxurious comfort of these sofas and chairs while making your selections. $289.95 SOFA, 3 CUSHION Save $60.00 $ 229" $89.95 FIRESIDE CHAIRS Save $20.00 ea. $ The ^race of Early American styling — ...the beauty and durability of hard rock maple Authentic styling, select maple wood with a beautiful Harvest-Brown, glowing finish, and sturdy construction—this dining room is as friendly and homey as it can be. Each piece has been carefully Custom-Crafted by Kroehler. Come in and see our complete groupings for living room, dining room, and bedroom. 5-drawer chest $129.95 Single dresser with mirror $159.95 Chest-on-chest $119.95 Desk $109.95 Bookcase bed $99.95 Night table $44.95 Double dresser with mirror $199.95 Spindle bed $79.95 SHOP MON. and FRI. 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. DAILY-9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. There's no bedroom quite as pleasant and warm as a bedroom in authentic Early American tradition. These pieces give you just the right effect: spacious 60" triple dresser with mirror, 5-drawer chest, cannonball bed, night table and a handy commode stand. Triple dresser with mirror $219.95 Chest $109.95 Connonboll bed $119 Commode stand $59.95 Night table $44.95 FURMItURE INSTANT CREDIT • NO MONEY DOWN TAKE UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY Sixih at Parh • Our 5Sih Jear PUONE 634-7177

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