THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN Demonstrations Planned Today tn St» Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) - Between 2,000 aftd E.COO Negro Integrattori- IstR still plan a mass demonstration this afternoon. Negro leaders said every effort to make sure the demonstration at the Board of Education offices will be peaceful has been made. The Integratiohlsts will protest what they call segregation in St. Louis public schools. Dr. Jerome Williams, a Homer Phillips Hospital physician and co-chairman of the group planning the protest, said the rally would be kept peaceful by mem* bers of his co-ordinating group who are, he said, well grounded in non-violent protest procedures. The persons taking part in the demonstration, Dr. Williams told The Associated Press, will probably pray and sing "quiet" spirituals in the street three blocks from 12th Street, St. Louis' main thoroughfare. Negro leader* have rejected school board offers for negotiation on the racial segregation issue. They have said they will not talk with the board unless a majority of members is present. MANCHESTER — The police department of this English city has reported the death of the chief member of the town Accident Prevention Committee. They say he died in a hospital after crashing his motorcycle on the road. Instant Walking Pleasure! BERMUDA SOFTIES im>«*i fefttot" ty M«» 117 W. 3rd., Alton, III. Slz* Ccl.r KMn Cl*. M4 S0« tar CO.C.'i. Every step is pure pleasure— there's NO BREAKING IN! Choose Brushed-Buk in charcoal or Loden tan. Also in smooth, polished black. Vinyl insole. 6V6-12. OPEN MONDAY-FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. 1 Hour Free Parking at Park *n Shop Lets 1, 2 with Purchase of $3 or More Hayiter Library Shows Increase in Circulation to Circulation at Hayner Public Library showed a slight gain last year, but failed to keep pace with gains of prior years, it was revealed in an annual report released today. Book circulation for the fiscal year ending March 31 was 245,693, a gain of less than 1 per cent from the 245,179 the year before. Increases in circulation in past years ranged from 11 51 per cent back to 1953. The library had a total of 17 517 registered borrowers, including 7,411 children. In addition to the books, records and films are also available at the library. The library ended the year with a budget balance of $5,554.51. Taxes brought in $73,400 and fines and fees $2,600, and $11,000 was received as a gift from the Jennie D. Hayner Assn. for total receipts of $87,000. Disbursements included $48 123 in salaries, $2,984 for supplies, $21,890 for books, records, periodicals, films and bindings, $7,556 for operating expenses and $890 for interest on warrants, for a total of $81,445. Vatican Stockpiles Foodstuffs VATICAN CITY (AP)-Food stocks in the Roman Catholic conclave were replenished today They included fish for Friday— i precaution in case the conclave continues. A revolving table, on which sup piles can be moved into the sealed conclave area from the outside was put into operation this morning. It carried to the cardinals and their aides bushels of fresh vegetables, hams, salajnis, dozens oi boxes of cookies, 100 bottles of milk from the papal farm at Cas tel Gandolfo, ISO bottles of miner al water, two crates of fresh fish huge quantities of bread. [rish Inn Case Taken Under Study EDWARDSVILLE - County Liquor Commissioner Harold Lan- olt, late this morning, took under dvisement the question of re- oWng the county liquor permit f Mrs. Ludie Shastid as operator f Irish Inn Tavern in the Granite "Mty area. A highlight of the testimony, developed through cross-examina- ion of one of the licensee's witnesses, brought out that a Grante City service station attendant erving as part-time bartender at the Irish Inn had served a prison >• sentence imposed in Federal Court for conviction under t h 6 DuPont 501 SEARS K AND CO '«£ i • i'.f • «* Continuous Filament Rugged NYLON Pile Choose from 5 Patterns, 20 Colors Reg. f 8.99-yd. C7 •> Luxury texture springs back from crush of footsteps, furniture. Most spots sponge off Yd. NO Morvi]v JMWI\ easily. Nylon is naturally resistant to moths and mildew, is non-allergenic, too. 12- and 15-ft widths. PHONE HO 5-5511 FOR FREE HOME ESTIMATE Special! 9xl2.ft. Braid-like Reversible Rugs Heavy, long-wearing and durable braid-like rugs are reversible for longer wear, less frequent cleaning. Choice of colors. 9xl2.ft. sizt*. 39 99 NO MONEY DOWN Shop at 9eer» and Save ' tton Giww'kw* o* Your Money Bark SEARS ALTON, ILL. Phone HO 5-5511 STOKE HOURS: Mon., Tluirs., Fri. 9 to 9 Otiier Day* 9 to 5. Madison Man Convicted on Narcotic Charge EDWARDSVILLE — Charles Matthews, 33, a Madison Negro, was convicted by a Circuit Court jury Wednesday night on a charge of possession of narcotic drugs, following a three-day trial before acting circuit judge Austin Lew- is. The jury received the case about 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, resuming its deliberations after dinner and returning its verdict to Judge Lewis about 8:30 p.m. Matthews and the driver of an automobile in which he was riding were stopped last Oct. 31 by Venice police for questioning on an alleged traffic violation. Tests made of a vial found in the car purported to show it had contained marijuana, state's witnesses testified. NYLON MESH CASUALS 114 W. 3rd, ALTON Dyer Act 18 transportation of a stolen automobile across state ines. Jerry Hall, 22, who identified limself as a service station at- endant at Granite City, admitted on cross-examination by State's Attorney Mudge that he "had been convicted of car theft and served time at Washington, D.C or a Dyer Act conviction. Hall lad testified he worked as part- ime bartender for Mrs. Ludie Shastid, licensee of Irish Inn tavern on Chouteau Slough Road near Chain of Rocks canal outside Granite City, when several Roxana High School students al- egedly bought beer and liquor at the tavern on May 23. and 24. Mrs. Shastid, the licensee, testified she was not on duty at the :avern on either of the two evenings when the youths reported :hey bought liquor or beer at the place. She denied ever having seen any of the three youths in ler tavern, or selling them intoxicants. The part-time bartender also denied having sold beer or liquor to the three youths, who had testified at today's hearing that they had on several occasions bought "seven six-packs of beer" at the ;avern prior to a "party," the night of May 24, when police rounded up a group of teenagers who admitted having purchased beer and named the Irish Inn as he place where they obtained it The three youths who testified ;oday as to purchase of the intoxicants on May 23 and 24 were Roxana High School sophomores at the time. Two of them were aged 17 and the other 16. Both Mrs. Shastid and her part-time bartender stoutly denied ever having sold intoxicants to the three youths. Mrs. Shastid admitted, on cross- examination by State's Attorney Mudge, that she had "on numerous occasions" been warned by the county liquor commission — upon obtaining her annual county license — against any sales to minors. "You know," Mudge reminded, "that you can't shift the responsibility (tor any such illeg al sales) tp a bartender or any other employe. . .that it's youi sole, personal responsibiity to see that' no minors are served in your tavern." Hundreds Arrested in Savannah SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Hun dreds of Negroes were in custody today after a wild night of riot ing in which a police officer am three white men were injured and windows shattered by roving bands of Negroes downtown. Tear gas was used to disperse the crowds in this racially tense seaport where antisegregation demonstrations have been in prog ress for 2% weeks. Fifty-two state patrolmen aidec police. The troopers were sent to the city several days ago by Gov. Carl E. Sanders. Police said 137 men, an unde termined number of women—pos sibly as many as 100,. and IOC juveniles were arrested. The jail was unable to hold al those arrested and some were sent to a stockade at Travis Mu nicipal Airport. Police said the trouble began when about 1,000 Negroes gath ered outside the Holiday Inn Motel. Demonstrators crowded around police cars called to the scene and officers began making masi arrests. The crowd followed the padd> wagons to police headquarters filling the street outside. Officer called for a Fire Departmen pumper from fire headquarter about » block away. The crowd was so dense th< pumper was unable to reach po lice headquarters and it was ther police resorted to tear gas. The demonstrators digpersec into roving groups. The violence came as the after math of a relatively quiet day ir which there were three smal demonstrations &nd three arrests This compared with 48 arrest Tuesday. THE HAGUE—An Amerioar firm has bought control of Hoi land's major chocolate cancb maker. NOW OPEN 3 NIGHTS A WEEK-MON.-THURS.-FRI. 9 to 9 All the PANTS You Like At the PRICE You Like! 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