Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1963 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 18, 1963
Page 19
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TEXAN IN SCANTY COSTUME MIAMI BEACH, Fla.—Cheryl Rene Wilburn, (right) of Houston, Tex., wearing a scanty costume and carrying a staff with a single star for her Lone Star State is pictured as she appeared on stage at the Miss USA contest Tues- day night. With' her is Bobbie Lynn Morrow, (left) of Savannah, Tenn., wearing a military type jacket; and Miss Switzerland, Dianne Turner, who will compete in the Universe Beauty Pageant. (AP Wirephoto) Remapping Plan to Go Up Soon MURPHYSBORO, 111. (AP) State Rep. Gale Williams said he | mailed to the Illinois Supreme Court, today his notice that he is appealing a ruling that upholds Gov. OUo Kerner's veto of a House redistricting bill. Williams said lie and Atty Gen. William G. Clark, repre senting Kerner, have agreed not to use delaying tactics in hope of getting a Supreme Court, hearing as soon as possible, probably by September. ' Judge DeWitt'S. Crow of San gamon County Circuit Court dis -jmissed a complaint: Tuesday by 'Williams. It requested Kerner's veto be thrown out, and that the governor be restrained from naming a redistricting commission, "I do not think we will have any trouble at all getting a hem ing in the court, by early Septem her, well before the commission is to file its map with the governor," Williams said. The Murphysboro Republican said-he and Clark agreed during a conference "in the presence of Judg? Crow . . . that the attoi : 'ncy general would not try to delay things if we would not ask for an injunction to stop the commission." Williams said his Supreme- ; Court arguments will differ from those aired .before Crow, but did not elaborate.'lie had argued the legislature was the sole authoriiv In redistrlcling. The Republican-sponsored re districting measure called foi Southern'Illinois to lose a district, Chicago to., Jose two, and Chicago Hubiii'ban 'areas to pick up foui ^{ewer's 10-man commission .would have four months to settle 'the matter. 'Otherwise, represent atives,wotild ,be forced to run at-, large In-1064. t Chicago ''Quadruplets Home iita|c1 TljHvjng CHICAGO (AP)~Tho two-week- old Identical Harris quadruplets are home-and thriving. ; The girls, horn ^UUP 30 to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard, ' Harris, left Michael Reese' Hospital Wedjies. clay. Hospital offlplalf said the ln< fants weighed, between 5 pounds 3 ounces and 5 .pounds 8 ounces when released. They have been named Sheena Alices, Shuwna De^iycp, g!\orry and 'Shannon Nellie. The - father, 23, is a factory worker, His wife, Dolores, Is 19. The family is Negro. LONDON — A bridegroom has gone into bankruptcy because his father-in-law refused to pay for his wedding. OSAKA — A Japanese firm i reported ready to sink sorm $100,000 into one piece of full: automated factory machinery. Kennedy Backs Plan To March WASHINGTON (API-President tennedy has given his blessings o the late-August civil rights loihonstratlon planned for the na- lonal capital and snys, "I look orwrtrd to being here." This was the highlight of a Ken- iedy news conference Wednesday n which lie applauded penrefu •acial protests while decrying hose which can lead to violence ilid bloodshed. The session with newsmen — <onnedy's first in Washington h eight weeks — covered a wide range of topics Including: Business and Taxes: The Presi dent said business Is bettor than tiitegration Ordered at Baton Rouge BATON ROUGH, La. (API - J'he East Eaton Rouge Parish -•ehool board must begin desegre- gntion of schools this fall. U.S. Dist. Judge Gordon West approved Wednesday the board's reverse stairstep desegregation plan, beginning with the 12lh grade, bill ordered it to commence this September rather than the fall of 19(vt as planned by UK; board. A.P. Tiireatid, New Orleans Negro attorney and stale counsel for snapegoal to suggest that all the difficulties are Communist." No Hi-cls In Atn.rches Kennedy said Ihose who complain about organized protests should "do something about the grievances" that prompt them. He suggested it is Illogical to say, "don't protest," and at the same lime assert, "We nro not golng-to let you come into a store or a restaurant." the National Association for the astronauts Advancement of Colored People,' ry i ns | rUn , Pnts to record the had asked for total Integration of Baton Rouge schools. The board said il would start with the 12th grade, then desegregate one lower grade each year thereafter. amount of radiation to which they are subjected. Readings from the Instruments are entered on eaeh astronaut's record so the total of all radiation received may be known. . , , ,. ,. expected, lax receipts consequent , S!lld he f cns ; lp sllualion as y have exceeded predictions and, ' " IW(Mvny slrt>ct ' as a result, last year's budget def- i As for the Washington demon- ell totaled Jfi.2 billion compared .vith a January forecast of $8.8 )illlon. He said this, bolsters bis irgument that, a SlO-billion tax iul would boost the economy still 'urlher and eventually balance the budget. Hopeful on Test limi Cold War Talks: Kennedy said ie is "still hopeful" that the United States, Britain and the Soviet. Union can achieve some kind of nuclear test ban treaty in the current Moscow talks. But he thinks talk of a possible summit meeting is premature, saying such a session is not "indicated or needed." Moon stralion, scheduled for Aug. 28. Kennedy said il shapes up as "a peaceful assembly calling for a redress of grievances" and undertaken through cooperation with the police. Kennedy said "this is not a march on the Capitol" — something he suggested earlier would harm the cause of civil rights advocates. Congress In promising to be in the capital at the lime, Kennedy added what amounted to a challenge to Congress by adding, "f am sure members of Congress will be Race: The here." Preidenli There has been some talk that wants a continued effort to pul an American on the moon in this decade in order to show "the capacity to dominate space." He treated as inconclusive British scientist Bernard Lovell's report that the Soviets may be losing interest in the moon race. Rail Strike: Kennedy again urged the railroads and operating unions to settle their work rules dispute before a threatened nationwide strike July 29. He said both sides would be much better off to work things out themselves "and not depend upon the government to do it." If a strike comes, Kennedy said he will ask Congress to end it by legislation. In talking about civil rights, Kennedy scoffed at a claim by Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace that racial demonstrations have been Communist-inspired. "We have no evidence," he said, "that any of the leaders of the civil rights movements in the United States are Communists. We have no evidence that the demonstrations are Communist- inspired. I think it is a convenient the legislators might take a 'nng Labor Day holiday — starting in late August. Kennedy contrasted the planned Washington demonstration with those now in progress at Cambridge, Md., where there has been rioting and bloodshed. Speaking of Cambridge, he said: "They have almost lost sight of what the demonstration is about." In such cases, be said, "I think the cause of advancing eo^ial opportunities only loses." On other topics, Kennedy said: There is no need for more formal diplomatic contacts with the Vatican because there is no lack of two-way communication at present. He hopes South Viet Nam will resolve its religious disputes because the military situation there looks more hopeful and a stable government is needed. A trip to the Far East is something the President would like to undertake but he expects to be busy enough at home for some months. i UCEfl • For Wear Now Into Fall , . . • Dacron-Colton Shirtwaist / • Arnel Jersey Prints • Tops, Shirts, Shorts, Pants DON'T MISS THIS SPECIAL SALE! PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY EASTGATE PLAZA—EAST ALTON Across from Lewis and Clark Motor Lodge and Restaurant OPEN DAILY 'TIL 9 P.M./ ROME — . Italians are complaining about wvwwl new texej, j* the name's the same! only Sea Lure's price has changed in this Just arrived. A collection of fashion delights by Howard Wolf! Sophisticated junior sizes 5 to 15. 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