Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1963 · Page 27
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June 27, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

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THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1963 ALIGN EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN County Bar Debate Inspires Two More, Scheduled for TV Further debates on the three proposed federal constitutional amendments, as a direct, result oi just like living in a mansion ..the feeling you get when you icrve the debate on the question spon sored by the Madison County Bar Assn. Wednesday, will be held 01 St. Louis television stations. Emerson Bants and Robert Maucker, both Alton attorneys, will debate the amendments on June 30 on Station KTVI, Channel 2. They will appear on the "Pro and Con" program at 12:30 p.m. Baetz will speak in favor of the amendments and Maucker will take the opposing side. Millard F. Caldwell, Florida FASHION LANE Super Discount Center OPEN 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. MONDAY Through SATURDAY. SUNDAY 12:30 to 5 p.m. Supreme Court Justice, and Madison County Circuit Judge James O. Monroe Jr. will debate the amendments on the "Eye on St. Louis" program on KMOX-TV, Channel 4, on Friday, June 28, and Tuesday July 1. The program is telecast at 10:15 p.m. Caldwell will take the position in favor of the amendments and Monroe will speak in opposition. Fair Emloyment Practices Group Gives Yearly Report Western Samoans race huge lingboats called fautasi. Evolved from whale boats, the fautasi akim across water propelled by skim across water propelled by 40 or more orsmen. The coxswain beats out the rowing tempo on a tin can. DUKE BAKERY 819 Henry —Dial HO 2-2922 FRESH BAKED GOODS DAILY We Specialize in Wedding and Party Cakes CHICAGO, HI., - The first annual report of the Illinois Fair Employment Practices Commission was released today to the general public by the commission. The report shows 78 charges filed with the commission in 1962. As of Dec. 31, 1962, 28 cases were pending final action, three were withdrawn, one went into a public hearing, and 46 were dismissed. Of these, 24 were dismissed for lack of evidence and seven for lack of jurisdiction. Fifteen were dismissed following conciliation or adjustment. In commenting on the figures the report says: "The small number of cases does not reflect, in the estimation of the commission, an atmosphere of non-discrimination in employment practices in the State of Illinois. It reflects only the infancy of the law and the limits which staff and communications impose upon the commission." Charles W. Gray, of Prospect Heights, chairman of the commission, said this is shown in the fact that by May 29 of this year the number of cases filed with the commission was the same as the number filed in all of 1962, which makes the current 1963 rate more than double last year's. Develops Fro.edurcs Gray said the commission's first important accomplishment was to develop the procedures and staff to carry out the provisions of the Illinois FEPC legislation, which became law July 21, 1961, and which establishes the right to equality of employment opportunity in Illinois. Members of the commission, which met 17 times in 1962, are: Mrs. Orville N. Foreman, Jacksonville; James Kemp, Chicago; Robert J. Myers. Springfield; corge L. Sea ton, Hinsdale; and ray. The commission established its first office at 205 \V. Wacker Drive, Chicago, and in January 1963, opened an office at 801 Ridgely Building, Springfield. The staff includes Walter J. Ducey, executive director; John Cheeks, director, Springfield office; Joseph Minsky, technical adviser; Wayne Williams, field representative; and three clerk-stenographers. Educational Program The report showed more than 130 speeches were made by commissioners and staff members as part of an educational program designed to achieve "widespread and accurate public understanding of the law and the commission's responsibility." Thousands of copies of the law and special materials about it were prepared and distributed, including a booklet called, "Memo to Management," which provides a check list of fair employment practices to assist employers in complying with the purpose and spirit of the law. Gray said n more extensive development of the commission's educational program would have a priority status in the latter part of 1963. Apply Principles The summary of the report says: "To move toward fair employment practices in Illinois, the commission and other groups must work for acceptance of the principles of this legislation and practical application of these principles by employers, unions and employment agencies throughout the state. During the coming yoai the commission will promote understanding of their responsibilities and rights under the law to employers, unions, employment agencies and minority groups. "Equal employment opportunity will result from the development of motivation to that end and increased knowledge and skills by minority youths so that job competition will be equal. The commission will work with private and public agencies to elevate the level of skills and education of disadvantage! minority g r o u p vouth." 'American Flag Week 9 Will Be Observed Here July 1*7 Bankers Okay (Jovernment NIAMEY — Government participation in business has been blessed by Niger bankers. Two Soldiers Govern DAMASCUS — Syria's new 20 man cabinet has only two military men among its members. Want things? Watch the Want Ads Alton will observe nrxt week as "American Flag Week" under a 'resolution adopted unanimously byj the City Council Wednesday night. The resolution designates July 1 to July 7 each year for the observance, and calls on "all citizens to display the flag of the United States on those days." The proposal was made by Alderman Newell Allen, who said lie was acting at the request of Mrs. William Dittmann. regent of i the Alton Daughters of the American Revolution. The resolution declared that the week long display of the flag "would be more effective than the usual one-day observances," and that the "youth of the nation is impressed by a forthright display of patriotism by their elders." 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TV SETS • RADIOS • BAR-B-Q GRILLS • CAMERAS • WATCHES Plus 4,018,000 Plaid Stamps (J) Pick up your free card every time you visit your A&P Store*. No purchase required. Take your card home, run water over the entire card. @ If only one of the items re- @ (f you've won Plaid Stamps, mains black (and does not fade collect your prize at any A«P to gray) you win that prize. store or Plaidland. Merchandise winners can pick up their prizes at any Plaidland Redemption Store. lism," the resolution stated. Allen said the observance would complement a bell-ringing program being organized in Alton July 4. Bells are to be rung throughout the city on Independence Day at 1 p.m. to commem- morate the signing of the Declaration of Independence. African Violet Society Meets At Wood River WOOD RIVER - The program, "Violets Grown in Unusual Containers," highlighted the Wednesday meeting of the Rosewood African Violet Society in the public library. Mrs. Russell French, president, demonstrated the method of dividing and repotting African Violet plants. Progress reports were i presented on the "Leaf Project", 'an annual contest of growing plants from leaf to show plants | in the period of one year. Mrs. | Claude Vance is serving as con| test chairman. Plans for the fall violet show and clinic were discussed. Robert Getting Gets Degree and Commission WOOD RIVER — Robert L. Getting, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Getting, 321 Whitelaw Ave., was graduated from Northwestern University this month with a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering and at the same time was commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Marines. He was one of 12 graduates in the technological institute receiving a civil engineering degree at the Evanston school. June 24 Lt. Getting reported to officers Basic School. Quantico, Va. He is a 1959 graduate of Wood River Community High School. At Northwestern he was a member of Sigma Chi social fraternity. Meat Pies A&P Corn FROZEN FOODS Morton Brand Fast Frozen 2 Ba b g 39C MARVEL ICE CREA Choice of Flavors Kobey's Nabisco Salfines Super Coola 1/9-Gal. Ctns. SHOESTRING POTATOES HONEY GRAHAMS Flavor Kist Asst. Beverages 59 21/4-Oz. Tin W 2^65' 2 £ 59' 6 IT'S HEW! IT'S FREE! 1964 Plaid Stamp Gift Catalog «^v ^ O GET YOUR FREE COPY AT A&P Hire Teacher CARLINVILLE - Mrs. James Frank, of Plainview, has been employed as homemaking teacher in Carlnville High School for the coming year. Mrs. Frank served as assistant home adviser of Macouin County for two years and the past year as seventh grade teacher at Bunker Hill. Mrs. Frank is a graduate of Iowa State University and is attending the University of Illinois this summer. Polish Sausage Coming BONN—West Germany is starting to import fruit and sausage from Poland. NELSON DIETSCHY'S MARKET Sunford at Main St. HO 2-0694 Phones HO 2-0695 Cheeso and Cracker Special 1-lb. pkg. Crackers .. 19c 2 Ibs. Loaf Cheese .... 65c Shurfinc Coffee Ib. 59c S. 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