Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1963 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 18, 1963
Page 7
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MUftSBAY, JULY 18,1963 ALfON M**..—»m—. Marlota Reports New March Hans Get Kemiedy OK fty JAMBS MAttLDW A*M>cIitie<1 Prom NMVS Anntyst WASHINGTON (AP)-pRisldeht Kennedy has eliminated, aiiy doubt about his approval 6! a massive Negro-led demonstration In Washington Aug. 28 while Congress considers a civil rights -bllli He's for H. But at this point In the civil Homecoming July 30-31 » At Shipman SHtPMAN - Shlpmrm Homecoming Is scheduled for July 30 and 31 and advance ride tickets will be sold until the morning of the picnic and may be secured from any Kitchen Band member at seven for a dollar. Anyone wishing to participate ill a home talent show or enter a float In the parade should notify Mrs. Ralph Welsh. Honored ul Shower SHIPMAN - Miss Patsy Al- berls, who will be married to Don Myers on Sunday, was given a miscellaneous shower at the Methodist Church Tuesday evening. Hostesses were: Mrs. Kenneth Breitwlser, Mrs. Ralph Welsh, Mrs. Wilbur Kahl, Mrs. George Krausb Jr., and Mrs. Francis Michael. Slitpnuui Notes SHIPMAN — The Misses Florence and Bertha Shultz, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Alward, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Alward and Jack Alward returned home Tuesday from a trip to Hutchlnson, Kan., where they attended a Shultz reunion at the home of Ernest Shultz. BUI Winslade, Rex Wilson and Larry Stewart are vacationing al Rock-Away Beach in Missouri foi several days. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kahl and daughter have returned to their home In Rolla, Mo., after a isit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kahl. Miss Jean Kahl has resumed her studies at SIU in Carbondale. Greenfield Library Trustees Appointed ' GREENFIELD—Mayor George Rives Jr. has re-appointed Mrs, William Lahr, Mrs. Grover L, Bauer, and Floyd Frazier, as library trustees. Mrs. Lahr is pres- \dent of the.vbpard. - 1'ian Reunion '• GREENFIELD7—'The annya Ford-Hembrough-Rawiings family reunion will be held Sunday, July 28, in the basement fellowship rooms of Greenfield :Methodis Church; A basket dinner will be served at noon. Robert Ford Is president of the family group and Mrs. Warren Ford is secretary. Celebrate Birthdays GREENFIELD — Mr. and Mrs Frank Henderson entertained with a lawn supper at their country home Tuesday evening in observ ance of the birthdays of Mrs. Jes se Story and Mrs: G. F. Wilhite The group included Mr. am Mrs. WUhite, Mrs. Story, ; Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Parks, Mrs. J. T. Lin der, Mrs. Eula Piper, Mrs. Jesse Wilhite and Mrs. J..M, Parks. Jobs Studied LAGOS — Nigeria's chronic un employment problem is unde study and the government' plan drastic action if necessary; , Give your expandable blood t save an unexpendable American rights fight there are fouf devel- ping questions so deeply rooted n uncertainly that Hone of them can be answered now: • 1. Negro demonstrations are Increasing around the country out- ide Washington. 2. The Augiist demonstration by mrhaps 100,000 people will show egroes' earnest demand far equal treatment. But the big question isi Will It remain peace- ul? With 100,000 people taking iart, and perhaps as many or more Negroes and whites watch- ng, a few bad incidents could mowball into disaster. 3. Will Congress finally produce civil rights law that has any eal meaning for Negroes? 4. If not, what form will Ne- roes' resentment take then? No one seems to be thinking about his question at the moment. Ken- lecly hasn't said anything, if only because he wasn't asked. Last June 19, when he sent his civil rights message to Congress here was talk the August demonstrators might converge on longress to apply the maximum pressure for action. He seemed then, although he didn't say so explicitly, to be against such tactics, that would be not a march in Washington but a march on Congress. Some members of Congress reacted strongly against any such idea. Tills Is what Kennedy'said then In his message: "This problem is now before Congress. Unruly tactics or pres sures will not help and may hinder effective consideration o: liese measures. "While the Congress is completing its work, I urge'all commun ity leaders, Negro and white, to do their utmost to lessen tensions and exercise self-restraint. The tongress should have an opportunity to freely work its will." In his message he severely con demned racial violence. But between June 19, the date of the message, and today there is no longer talk of a march on the Capitol. Now the "intention seems to be to .have a massive demonstration elsewhere in Wash ington. So, when Kennedy was asked Wednesday if he thought the planned demonstration might han dicap his efforts in the civil rights field; he answered: "No, I think that the way the Washington march is now devel oped, which is a peaceful assem bly calling for a redress of griev ances, the cooperation; with the poliqe,' every evidence tHat it * going to be peaceful, they" are going to the Washington Monument they;'are going to express thei strong views, I think that is ii the great tradition. "f look forward to being here I, ani sure members of Congres will be here. We want citizens tc come to Washington if they fee they are not having their right! expressed. "But of course arrangement have been made to make this re sponsible and peaceful. This is no a march on the Capitol." He - cautioned' again agains demonstrations which get out control and end in violence. Bu he also hit at those who protes against demonstrations but' don' do anything to eliminate th grievances which cause Negroe to demonstrate. "I would hope," he said, "tha along with, a secession of the kin of demonstrations that would lea to rioting, people would also d something about the grievances. Alton Plaza and Wilshire Village Fall Shipments OF HEALTH-TEX Boys and Girls Clothes Now In Stock Boys make friends with Health lex' knit polo shirts that skip in the brisk autumn air, Soft and cozy in fine 2-ply corned cotton, Smaller boys' snap-fasten at shoulder for easy ons and offs. Dashing new/solids, stripes aad patterns Good fit f holds through washings, i—^^rr- ; Si?es; 9,12,18,24 months, | 4 ! Sizes; J, 2,3,4,5,6,7,8, SIMMER OLEAHANCK! Ludioi, Co- oralnuted. Sporti- weur, Jlatfc .plouiev and GoitMine QPIN FRIDAY 9 A.M. 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