Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 1, 1963
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• *""-°-'ttr_ , JULY i» 1963 ALTON EJVENtNG Education Key to Race Issue By o. K. AP tsducntioft Writer bctrolt (AP)-"Tlio race Issue that is convulsing every part of the nation is n striking instance of the failure of higher education," a speaker lold delegates to (he Nati'iial Education AsiL":iallon (NEA) convention today. W. H. Ferry, vice nr.'-j'.dent of tin! Center for the Study of Demo* cratin Institutions, in Sanln Bur- bafd, Calif., said this "may turn out lo be our lasting education goof." "An educational system geared to the preparation of individual career.* hns left us without the practical wisdom lo cope with the collective heeds of our times," Feriy said in a prepared speech. Ferry said that moasured agfclnsf. the real needs of the country "the American college Is ,1 bad Investment. Judged by its output of practical wisdom and independent criticism, the college Is a re swiHhng flop." He told NEA delegates "the Bill of Rights and the ideals of equal lly have been with us for a long while. The degraded situation of Negroes throughout the country has boon common knowledge for generations." But, he said, the colleges and universities failed lo live up to their responsibilities, and now (hat Ihe cataclysm Is upon us "we don't know what to think about it." Ferry's speech was the highlight of a convention day in which most of the corridor talk was devoted to two thorny Issues: racial se^tegalion within the ranks of the NEA, and the use of sanctions as a weapon for teachers trying to secure heller salaries and working conditions. CARPET • BINDING • ALTERATION • SEWING • SERGING • RE'WEAVING Expertly Done by Our Carpet Specialists CARPET & COLOR CENTER MONTICELLO PLAZA PHONE 466-1145 •The Store With tbe Oarput On the SklowulU!" OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. TO 9 P. irt^ Bruemmei' Promoted At Owens-Illinois Glass Co, L». H. Laird find N. H. Bruem- mcr of the Alton plant of Owens- Illinois Glass Co. have received new apnolntmenls in Ihe firm. Laird, now Alton plant comptroller, will assume the duties of administrative manager of Central Shops division. His new assignment will become effective July 1. ktruemttier, present budgcl supervisor, will lake over Laird' 1 ? duties as comptroller. The announcements were made jointly today by A. C. Anesthetic Study Plan Announced WASHINGTON (AP)-Plans for a two-year study of widely used anesthetic agents were announced today by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. It will be conducted by the N tlonal Academy of Sciences- National Research Council and supported by a $1,650,000 contract from the Public Health Service's National Institute of General Medical Sciences. Some 20 hospitals across the country will be involved. The hospitals for the study will be selected by the academy. Scout Car Wash Boy Scout Troop 21, will sponsor a car wash at Clark Service on Belle from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, July 3. nrucmmcr More than 7,000 medical research projects in all fields of medicine are being conducted by the Veterans Administration. Hong Kong plans new wharfs. Budd, manager" of the Alton plant, and H. H. Rugh, director of the O-I Central Shops. Bruemmcr began his O-I career In 1933 as a clerk in the plant's Traffic •section. From here lie moved nto the Account- ng section, hold- ng several po- sillons in that department, the ast of which was chief accountant. In 1952 Bruemmer was appolnl- d to the position of assistant budget supervisor of the Alton plant, a position he has held unit appointment as budget supervisor in I960. Bruemmor is a graduate of Alton High School and Missouri Business College. He is an Army veteran, having served from 1944 to 1946 in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, and upon release had atlaincd the rank of staff sergeant Married, he and his wife, Fern, reside at: 205 W. Wind Dr., Alton. Laird is a 22-year Owens-Illinois veteran, having begun in 1941 as a computer operator in .he plant's accounting opera,ion. His career was interrupted in 1942 when he entered the Air Force for a period of three years, attaining ;he rank of staff sergeant. Upon returning to the plant he again entered accounting and held several positions be:ore becoming comptroller in 1956. He is a graduate of the Alton school system. He is vice chair- nan of the executive committee of Southern District of the Illinois Manufacturers Association, and second-vice president of the Y.M.C.A. Married, he and his wife, Vlarie, are the parents of two children, Lucia and Jeffrey. They live at 10 Frontenac PI., Godfrey. Robert Hall reduces prices on our entire stocks of 2 nationally advertised men's TROPICAL SUITS Sorento® DACRON & WORSTED reduced to Save $ 15to*20 comparable values *45 to *5O Tropic-Hall® DACRON & RAYON reduced to Save $ 12 comparable value 36.95 Ther&'s nevor a charge for alterations at Robert Hall I : . ' : ' '"' ''..,'.•• i > '','' A large seletftioft of seasonal colors and patterns in a choice of newest model*. SIZES FOR REGULARS, SHORTS, LONGS, •T.W. Pwf oafi P9fyf|f«r ' HRRi'S WHY YOU SAYB AT ROBERT HAIL • W« nil *W W»h only! » Ttior* art no «r*d!l chargoil » W« hay« no cr»dlt Alrtonditlonod for your thopptng comfort. 2821 Godfrey Road (Route 67) Just North of Delmar Ave, at the New Beltline Highway Lulrd PRESCRIPTION SERVICE RIGG! DRUG PHONE DU 4-5001 BETHALTO Former Spy Believed In Russia RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Two federal courts in three opinions hit racial segregation laws in Virginia today. A special three-judge court said the slate's segregate! sealing laws are unconstitutional and void. The 4lh U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals barred Powhatan County, Va., school officials from closing public schools to avoid integration. The sumo court in another opinion knocked down two key provisions of i. school desegregation plan for Lynchburg, Va. In the Powhatan case, Ihe appeals court upheld most of an injunction issued earlier by U.S. District Court Judge John D. Butzncr Jr. of Richmond. Bul/mer enjoined all counly officials from laldng any aclion lo close schools bul the appeals court exempted the Counly Board of Supervisors and made the order applicable to school officials only. There have been unconfirmed reports Powhatan officials were considering closing schools rather lhan bow lo a federal rourt inte gration order. Powhatan is two counties removed from Prince Edward where schools have been closed since 1959 to avoid integration. In the Lynchburg case, the appeals court held that grade-a-year desegregation and a racial minority transfer provision in Ihe school desegregation plan were invalid. The Alexandria suit challenging the laws was brought by two Negro women who last November attempted unsuccessfully to buv tickels to the Jefferson Theater in Fairfax Counly and the Globe Theater in Arlington. Two sections of the Virginia code were invalidated by the court. One section provided thai any person who operates a theater or other public hall must separate the races, the olher, that anyone who fails to take a seat assigned lo him in accordance with the first provision is guilty ol a mis demeanor. The Veterans Administration the third largest employer among federal agencies with more than 170,000 employes. The Veterans Administration provides hospital training for one-third of the nation's new physicians. 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II Whit* Courts Hit Virginia Segregation LONDON (AP)-A government minister disclosed today former British diplomat Harold Philby was Ihe third man in the notori ous Maclean-Burgess cnso, had spied for the Soviet Union while in the Foreign Office, nnd now is believed lo be behind (lie Iror Curtain. Edward Heath, deputy minister, told the House of Com roods Philby warned Donald Mac lean and Guy Burgess, two other Foreign Office men, lliat Brilish securily services were about to arrest them. As ;i result the two fled to Russia in June 1051. Philby quit the foreign service in 1955, lurned newspapermen and vanished from his post, in Beirut, Lebanon, as correspondent for Ihe London Observer last March. Heath said Philby had admitled lo British securily officials lie had worked for the Russians before 184k —while he was in the Foreign Otiice. Philby also had admitted warning Maclean, through Burgess, that the security authorises wire about lo act. Heath said that Philby was the third man in the Maclean and Burgess mystery that shook Ihe nalion when it was revealed. Both Prime Minister Havold Mncmillan, when he was foreign minister, and former Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden, IVAV the Earl of Avon, had told the House in 1955 there was no reason lo suspect Philby had been he tip- off man -'m the Burgess and Maclean case. Heath recalled Earl Avon had miorted no evidence had been Found lo show Philby warned Maclean and Burgess. Heath said message! to come from Philby had btfen re- ce'ved by Philby's wife from behind the Iron Curtain. He did not name the country. MADRID - Spain will try raise her lumber purchases to Gallnudet College, ton, 15.C., is the only college for the deaf In the w&rtd, tl was founded in 1964 and has an enrollment of 600, Want things? Watch the Wart Ad» NO DOWN PAYMENT, MONTHS TO PAY ON COOK'S CHARGE PUN COOK'S PAINTS I W. 8RQAPWAY HO 5-8812 J&ASpHngman HAS YORK WHOLE HOUSE AIR CONDITIONING Godfrey, III. 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