Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 20, 1963 · Page 43
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June 20, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 43

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f*AGE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 20,1963 Integrationists Visit Methodist Convention OAK PARK, 111. (AP)-A quie Interracial prayer vigil at the chancel rail of the First Method 1st Chtirch continued late Wednesday during the church's Rock River Convention. White and Negro Methodist laymen, singly or in two or threes, knelt just beyond the pulpit from which Bishop Charles W. Brashares and district superintendents presided. Those of the kneel-inners questioned would say only that their prayers were for integration, a conference spokesman said. About half of those appearing were Negroes. Most of those questioned declined to identify themselves. The prayer watch, described as "obviously organized" and "quiet, almost silent," was maintained throughout the day sessions, through meal recesses and through evening meetings until the day's business ended shortly after 10 p.m. The noinJelegate vigil keepers were joined by at least one voting ministerial member of the con ferences, a spokesman said. The conference spokesman sai the origin of a mimeographe< statement in tho name "Lay men's Committee for Renewal o the Church" remained undelei mined. The statements were dis tributed by the prayer vigil which later was reported to hav quit using any name. The statement praised "th progress in racial justice tha has been made" in many Meth odist institutions, but complaine about pressures over the appoin ment of pastors on a basis of co or rather than merit. Preliminary procedures fo eventual integration of th church's membership was set u in a 1960 conference. A spokes man said Wednesday that h doubts if preparations are fa enough advanced to accomplis' integration next year. Many pastors of the Rock Riv er Conference favor merging o aligning Negro and white confer YOUR BEST BUY... SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS IOXON IATEX CONCRETE For strong, per* mintnt repairs en any kind of masonry. $7.49 4 W Ik. tontmy Kit $2.10 llh.ni YOU CAN RENT WALLPAPER STEAMER, FLOOR SANDER, RUG CLEANER, OTHER EQUIPMENT. LOW DAW OR WEEKLY RATES WASH OFF OLD FINISH WITH WATER AND WASH-AWAY PAINT REMOVER quart WALLPAPER Hundreds of smart, new patterns to give a new personality to your favorite rooms 1 THIS WEEK ONLY! OVER 100 WALLPAPER PATTERNS Single Roll OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT! Up to 5 Months to Pay! No Carrying Charges/ THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Co. 202 STATE STREET Betweeen 3rd & Broadway Downtown Alton HO 2-6123 BEST IN PAINTS • BEST IN COLORS • BEST IN SERVICE ences, the spokesman said. Negroes themselves, however according to the spokesman, hav( found such plans disadvantageou: on two counts: higher financia assessments and smaller repre scntation on the church's hlghe bodies. While the kneelers were at th chancel, the Rev. Edsel A. Am mons, pastor of the Ingleside Whitefield parish on Chicago' South Side, was named the con Terence's first Negro delegate the Methodist Church's genera council in April 1964. In other business, W. Jenning Laskey of Evergreen Park, a rt tired oil company executive, wa elected the conference's lay lead er, succeeding Arthur L. Myer; of Park Ridge who hold the pos for five years. "oiher delegates to the 1964 gen eral conference include Dr. Mer lyn W. Northfclt, Rockford dis trict superintendent and John R Van Sickle, Rockford. Sixteen ministers were elected to full membership in the con ference and will be ordained Fri day night as Methodist elders The conference also elected 2S deacons who will be ordained and admitted on trial. Methodist require pastoral experience before admission to conference membership. The new full members: Lyle W. Anderson, Elizabeth; Arthur L. Bachand, Amboy; Richard L. Belts, Des Plaines; Raymond B. Breneman, Ringwood; John R Cory, De Kalb; Martin L. Dcppe, Chicago; Sheldon R. Gerarden, Orangeviile; Arthur E. Haerle, 'earl City; Noel C. Hunt, Esmond; Frederic W. Lippert, Hampshire; Richard C. Powell, Montgomery; Edward D, Stach, Chicago; Thomas J. Walker of Drew University, Madison, N.J.; Robert J. Watson, Mokena; Waren S. Webb, Naperville, and Harvey Knudsen, Chicago. Those admitted on trial as deaons: Ralph L anderson, Brod- lead, Wis.; Roger L. Baumeister, Jlmhurst; Truesbury G. Henrikson, Lake Bluff; Charles Keysor, Jlgin; Robert D. Kraft, Evanson; Kenneth K. Lemmel, Rolling VIeadows; Norman Lodal, Sko- :ie; Nicholas S. Mitroich Jr., Park Ridge; David Newcomer, 'rinceton; John N. Peterson, .tuthven, Iowa; Kent D. Richmond, Chicago; Thaddeus J. Rutter II, Northbrook; James E. 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