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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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ML* to, 1963 ALTON EVENING PAOB SlalVEN . Holder Tells Rotarians \ . About TTiitpHng Program WOOtJ flfVM ^William floldV ef, ftojwf-m ;Sehot>t fiistrjct ad- itlinistffttiWsfl&sisfflift, told 'Wobd ttlver ttotartrins Jidtiday tliaf the only way \p teducellhe hiii?iber of persons receiving public aid Is by educating School'; drop outs and dlscourag1rig^t»toni!al drop outs. Holder, wh6 is a ciirrlciUlum coordinator, hfrs organized a, tutor- Irtg program aihled at giving teenage and adult drop outs In- strtiellon for ptodtot-ing -employ- mcnt and cretitlng interest for further schooling* Teachers from Wood ft I v e r Township rfind Alton have been assisting /in ,*otganls!lng the,-'pro-, gram, 'Student tutors are/ ^rom Southernftillndls. Uiilverslty,* Moil- tlcello College and Prlncipla. 'IXvenly seven adult and teenage drop outs are presently receiving Instructions and two have already received part lime work while they arc participating in the program, Holder said. Reading and writing are being stressed In the tutoring program. 'Hiese • subjects are Important to the drop out Interviews, applications and taking tests for jobs. Holder., also said that welfare agencies, 'employment offices, juvenile authorities and police departments have sent prospects, to' the tutoring program and filrnlsh- ed names to be contacted by the tutors. . Committee meetings liave been held at Illinois Bell and Union Electric, iii Alton. Sears Roebuck Ims also been cooperating with Hie program. Holder, and other area teachers have beet) working 011 the'"Youth Placement Program" sponsored by the , Wood River Township Chamber of Commerce. Since this program was organized last ' October, 180 high school students have been given part time -work and summer employment, he said.' Visiting Rotarians were: Wilbur Trinipe arid "George 'Deist, Belhalto; George -Lexow, : Ed- wardsvllle; Bob Kissack, Roxana; Ed Foeller, Tom Butler, Louis \G. Rupp, Judge I. II. Streeper, H. Ed Meyer, Newell Carson, Don Scliwuchow and Dudley F. Glb- erson, Alton.' ' ' • John Crawley was a guest of Ed Foeller. Brother Dies WOOD RIVER -^"Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Stirnaman, 511 Penning Ave., left Monday for Pensacola, Fla.,-where'they were Called due to tlie sudden death of her brother, John Mayberry. . Funeral ;i seryices will be held there Wednesday. Mayberry, who. yvas. a, frequent visitor here at the home of his sister, and a brother, Roy, leaves a widow, two daughters, his father and two sisters besides those mentioned above. * . i Galhouu Youths at Leadership Conclave HARDIN —/Four members oi 4-H clubs in Calhoun County left Monday morning for 4-H Memorial Camp at'Monticello, 111., where they will attend a one-Week session at Illinois Junior Leadership Conference; 1 " Delegates:are Marilyn Devening and Patty Hanks, both of t h e Hardin Busy Bees; Tom Nolte of Golden • Eagle; and Jerry Meyei of Kampsville. They' were- taken to Monticello by Robert Laline, farm adviser. Pack 29 to Meet At Hartford veiling meals will be served at IG nnrtual tjtiion community fish •y Thursday. Afternoon and flight rograms will be presented by ic Vestel family hillbilly group. Proceeds from the evehl are or the upkeep of the Union hurch Cemelerys Greenfield GREENFIELD ~ Miss.Ruth lellor is spending this week /llh her aunt, Mrs. C. J. Doyle i Springfield. Mrs. Doyle en- cred Springfield Memorial Hos- Hal as a surgical patient Sun- ay. , Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sousley nd daughters* Sherry and Marie, returned home Sunday af- er a vacation trip to Florida. Mrs. Jesse Wilhitc returned o the home ,of her son, B. L. /Unite-In Alton during the week- nd after spending last week at or home here, Mrs. Harley Gustine and Miss Barnetl. have accompa- ied their brother and slsler-ln- aw. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barett of Alton, on a trip lo the carles. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Buchanan f Alton visited Sunday with /Irs. J, T. Lincler, Mr. and Mrs. /I. A. Story, and Mr. and Mrs. '. 1-1. Valentine. Mr. and Mrs. luchanan have just returned rom a visit with their son-in- aw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gorman Schulz in Bismarck, f.D. Mrs. Henry Roberts and chil- ren liave returned to their ome in Bai-stow, Calif., after pending a month with her par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reed, firs. Roberts' brother, Frazier leed, Mrs; Reed and their son ave also left for Barstow where e will be employed. Christine Clifford, daughter of Iv. and Mrs/ John Clifford of t. Louis, is spending several ,'eeks with her grandparents, fir. and Mrs. Adahi Geier. Mr. and Mi's. George Bermes eturned home Sunday after pending two weeks with their on, Richard Bermes and fam- ly, in Baltimore, Md. Jeanne Witt spent last week vlth her aunt, Mrs. Vaughn Griffith in St. Louis. Mrs. Grifith and son, Jerry, accompanied her home Monday and are guests in the home of Mr. and VTrs. Charles Witt. Mr. and Mrs. HARTFORD Members ol Pack 29 will meet Thursday evening at the Westerner Club •grounds shelterhouse No. 7. Cutyiiaster Thoi-nbough urges all parents and Cub Scouts to be present so plans for a finance project and for a picnic at Mounds Park in August can he made.. Bom to: > Mr. and Mrs. Edward Aflklns Jr., 7601 ..Humbert Road, a 'son, Craig Alan, 10 pounds, 5 ounces, 2:03 a.m. today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder , child, Kimberly Ann, 2. Mr, ana Mrs. Robert Pitchford, Rte. 1, Jersey ville, a daughter, Kimberly Lynn, first child, 7 pounds, 15 ounces, 12:20 a.m. today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Pitchford Is the former Thelnw Kay Rtchey, daughter of Mr. aijd Mrs. Leonard Richey, Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Pitchford of Jerseyville, are paternal grandparents. ,' Mr, and Mrs, tfUUetf Bar els, 240 Main St., More, a son, first child, 9 pounds, 4:14 a.m. today, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Bartels is the former Miss Emma 'Jean Schmidt, daughter of Mr, and Mi*. Albert Schmidt of Brighton, Albert' Barter Edwardsvllle Js ^.tbe paternal grandfather. , / / j\fr, wid Mrs, Robert J. «*"• man, Dow, a daughter, Virginia Lynn, .8. pound*, Saturday, Jer. ley Community Hospital. Elder child, Corina .fownn, 2. 17 PJvid Lape, Brighton, a d,Bughtei', 6 pounds, 18 ounce a, la-pa p.m, Mpndsy. «• eph's Hospital, Stfw Seven ft, 19 ffldnthi. • MQNTJSV1DQ - Union 0iui*cli Fish et GREENFIELD and Agent For Silence > CHICAGO (AP) - A U.S. Dls- trie) Court judge has fined Marlin W. Johnson, special agent In charge of the Chicago office of I he FBI, $500 for contempt of court, The fine was Imposed Monday by Judge Richard B. Austin. Johnson had declined to answer questions put to him at a hearing on a petition filed by a reputed crime syndicate leader. The petition, filed by ,Sam (Mooiiey) Glancana, 54, of suburban Oak Park,'asked'the Court to limit the vigorous surveillance tactics the rat was employing Judge Austin ruled In favor of Gloncana, but he did agree to a government request for a 72-hour delay before entering tlie Injunc- lion against .the federal agents. At the hearings on Glancana's petition, Johnson refused to an- swci 1 questions put to him despite court Insfructions to do so. Johnson gave as his reason instructions from Attorney General Robert Kennedy. The questions were' once more put to Johnson Monday by Judge Austin and the FBI agent again refused to answer them. Tlie court then cited him for contempt. Meanwhile, Giancana, deeply tanned and wearing a pearl gray suit, leaned'back'in his chair, tapping two fingers on his bald head as the fine was imposed. Johnson made no move to pay the fine. Hd was escorted by deputy U.S. marshals to the lockup whore he signed a recognizance bond. John Lulinski, assistant U.S. attorney, advised the court he would not only appeal the ruling but also >the contempt, citation, The ruling restricts FBI agents to parking one vehicle within one block of Giancana's home and the use of .one car to follow him. It also orders FBI agents: to remain one foresome behind Giancana when he is on the golf cpurt. ••'During the hearings last week, Giancana's attorney, George N. Leighlon, said FBI cars had been cluttering up Giancana's neighborhood. The agents, he said, were taking pictures through the windows of his client's home with special cameras, and at times, everyone entering was questioned. Cook placed Demomtmtlon At Culled Oft CHICAGO (AP) - The agreement of Chicago's school bonfd president to meet with NeRfo leaders Thursday to discuss their grievances has ended a brief demonstration at the board's offices. The agreement came Monday after Claire Roddewig, school board president, talked to the leaders of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) by telephone from Washington. Roddewig said he wpuld meet With the group If Monday's resumption of demonstrations that fended last Friday were postponed. A CORE spokesman said that at Thursday's meeting his organization will outline to Roddewig the agenda It will use when it meets with school officials July 30. At this time, the spokesman said, CORE will Inform board members, the school superintendent, Benjamin C. Willis, and other staff members of its grievances. Before the agreement to meet was reached, some 70 Negro and white demonstrators carried their complaints to Mayor Richard J. Daley's offices. A letter of protest was given to the mayor by a group of five persons selected as spokesmen' for CORE. The letter concerned police treatment given to the group when it was ejected from Roddewig's office last Thursday. The letter to Daley demanded immediate revision of school ad- mitlance areas under the recently enacted Illinois law called the Armstrong Bill. Last week's sit-in demonstrations ended when Roddewig called in the police. On Friday, CORE leaders temporarily called off further demonstrations, including picketing. In Monday's action, the school board building lobby was lilled with demonstrators and police who were waiting for them. There Was some jostling and one demonstrator was carried off, apparently after, fainting. However, the Revl B. 'Eltori Shunian Asks Congress To Delete Controls visited with her parents, VIr. and Mrs. Robert Wood in itchfield Saturday. Patricia Thayer, who spent ast week with the Robert Thay- T and D. 0. Ellis families .in Mwardsvllle, unday. returned home Shipman County Sheriff's Police a watch on Giancana's ."— Friends and'rel- .tiyes are -invited; to a birthday (inner to be held in honor of Bert Sunday, .Aug. 4 at tlie Ship Community Park at noon. Howard Stanlpe • was honored vith a surprise birthday supper at tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. Stampe Sunday evening. Guests vere: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stampe .nd family of Oakley, Kan.; Mr, nd Mrs. Wilson Stampe, Daven- iort, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. David Itampe and son of Chicago; Mr, md Mrs. Charles Kubernot, St. ,ouis; Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Parks and son, Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Harold' Stamps, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Barnelt and family md Miss JoAnn Stampe. Mr. and Mrs, Calvin Edwtjrds entertained with a supper Sunday evening in honor of the fifth birthday of their daughter, Betty Lou. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stanton of Medora; Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards and Kar- 2n, Miss Dale Lee Randolph and Calvin Dale Edwards. Relatives and friends attended he wedding and reception of Miss Nancy Suhllng and James Christ- un at the Lutheran Ch.urqh in Moro Saturday night. Miss Suh- Ing is tlie daughter of Mrs. Esher Suhling. Mrs. Esther Moore of St. Louis .visiting her cousins, Miv and Mrs. Charles Modlln. Sunday guests iii the Carroll Taylor hojine-\yere:,Mr. ajid Mrs. Gene Taylor 'and 'son' of Springfield and ,Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Taylor and family of Granite City. Mr. and'Mre, Rolip Cameron and family of Benld spent Sunday with the 'William Trovers family. Sunday guests in the Austin Iiiynes liotpp were: l\fr. and Mrs. Gilbert Jaynes and daughter of Wood River and Pvt..M»rry Crees of Graf ton. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer ,S.t. Petorp and grandson of Wood -Blver m home last when the FBI agents were withdrawn.: Graf toil Airman Promoted to Major GRAFTON. — Mr. and Mrs. Roscoc Baxter have received word that their son, George B. Baxter, has been promoted to the rank of major. George is a pilot in the Strategic Air Command is is stationed at Omaha, Neb. In Alton Hospital GRAFTON — Evan Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hughes, entered Alton Memorial Hospital Sunday and submitted to a tonsil- ectomy Monday morning. Visit Relatives Here GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Russel Patton and children of Streator spent the weekend at the homes of the'former's brother and sister, Gilbert Patton, and Mrs.. .Lowell Skeens and their families. to Meet GRAFTON — The July meeting of the Fidelis Class of the Methodist CWUrch will be held Thursday at 8 p.m. at the'Church Annex. Homo from Hospital GRAFTON — Elias Church,, who recently underwent surgery at John Cochran's Hospital in St. Louis, retu,rned to his home Thurs'day. Grnfton Notes GRAFTON — Mrs. .Mary Edith Campbell returned to her home Sunday following a weeks yisit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Connor in.St, Louis, . •Mrs. Wanda Wilson, who has been a medical patient at St. Anthony Hospital, in. Alton, returned to her home Saturday. ; . Mr. and Mrs, Charles Campbell returned home Friday from Council Bluffs, Iowa, where they visited last week at the homes of Mrs. Maude Walking, Mr. and Mrs. Corning Hills and Seth Hills. En route home they visited in Bellevue, Neb., at the home of Major and Mrs. George B, Baxter. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Slaten »nd daughter of .Jennings, Mo., were dinner guests Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Slaten., , . , . . . ij Mr. and Mrs. Darrell WHdt and son, Kevin, who have been vacationing in Minnesota and Wisconsin, returned home Friday. Cox, a'High Point, N;C., minister who has been directing the demonstrations, told reporters that the female demonstrator was jarred when police pulled sitters off the stairs inside the building. Garrick W. Madison, Negro leader of the delegation which spoke to. Daley, told a School board official that his group wanted' to confer with-Roddewig. When informed that Roddewig was in Washington, Madison replied that the demonstrators would wait &•»!• his return. Roddewig later was reached by telephone and the agreement to meet Thursday was arranged. CORE : leaders. then ended the demonstration. While' the demonstrations were taking place, Roddewig told the participants that revision of neighborhood school boundaries was being planned by school board specialists to'avoid as far as prae ticable a preponderant enrollment of one race in any school. . Carrollton CARROLLTON —Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Hough and family of Starkville, Miss., will arrive here Wednesday to visit Hough's moth er, Mrs. Thomas Hough, and his brother and' sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hough Jr. Kenneth Robinson, who underwent surgery several days ago in Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, re turned to his home near Kane Friday. Miss Susan Burruss of Crestwood, Mo., is spending a vacation with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Faith of Rockbridge, and Mrs. Charlotte Burruss in Carrollton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blackstone and daughter, Judy, and Miss Deanna Wiles spent Sunday in Monmouth at the horne of Blackslone's sister, Miss L o is Blackstone. They were accompanied home .by Mis*-; Janet Blackstone who will spend the remainder of the summer with her parents, tylr.\and ; Mrs. .Blackstone liave completed a session of summer school at Monmouth University where she will be a senior next year, Miss Judy Jones of St. Louis arrived Sunday to spend a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Jeffrey. WASHINGTON (AP) - Charles B. Shuman, president of tlie American Farm Bureau Federation, called upon Congress today to enact a wheat and feed grain bill that would eliminate production controls and provide price supports more in line with operations of a free market. In testimony prepared for a hearing before a House Wheat subcommittee, the farm leader said there Is-Heed for legislation for the 1964 wheat crop, much of which will be planted during tlie coming fall. Shuman said that since farmers rejected rigid controls on wheat for next year, producers arc confronted witli "an indefensible mixture of rules developed to implement market quotas, an allotment program without quotas and a price support level that was Intended to discourage producers from voting against quotas." Shuman said that wheat and feed grain should be considered together in legislation because they are clbsely related and both affect livestock, dairy and poultry production and prices. Shuman testified on a wheat- feed grain bill that is sponsored by a bipartisan group of 17 Senate and 19 House members. He said that tlie legislation, in addition to repealing authority for future marketing quotas and allotments, should also repeal the temporary 1963 feed grain act which applies only to the 1964 and 1965 crops. He said the legislation should establish price supports for wheat at the U.S. farm price equivalent of the average world market price during the immediately preceding three marketing years. He said that would be about $1.30 a bushel. Similarly, he said, corn and other feed grains should be supported at rates equal to 90 pel- cent of the average price received by farmers for, those grains during the immediately preceding three years. Currently, he said, this would be about $1.06 a bushel for corn. By comparison the department last week announced a. support .rate of $1.25 a bushel for corn next year. Shuman said also the legislation should authorize the Agriculture Department to enter into contracts for tlie voluntary retirement of cropland with emphasis on whole-farm retirement,, with payment. .rates set through J competitive bidding by farmers. in addition, he 'said,, the legislation should bar government sales of surplus wheat and feed grains at less than 115 per cent of the prevailing" support levels, plus reasonable carrying, charges. The farm leader said this program would cost considerable money, but>\yould .be cheaper in the long run than the administration plan because it would bring about a much quicker solution to the surplus grain problem. Cambridge Negotiators Seek Peace By JdSffiPlt.ig, MOilRAT WASHINGTON (AP) - Solemn but hopeful Negro and white negotiators working in an atmosphere of new-found optimism resume talks today aired at restoring peace to racially turbulent Cambridge, Md. After more than eight hours of deliberations In the Justice Department Monday night there was a cautious hole of hope in the brief statement of Asst. Atty. Gen. Burke Marshall that "they feel they have progress." Marshall's made considerable careful replies to questions left the Impression an agreement might be in the air—one which will satisfy some of the Negroes' demands and ease the threat of violence hanging over the Eastern Shore fishing community. The fact that negotiations were recessed until today stirred speculation that white leaders of Cambridge—not invitpd to the Washington meeting — were being with their .mother, Mrs. Leslie Stauter. The Rev. and Mrs,'Darwin Rolens and sons went,to St. Louis Sunday afternoon where they were guests of .Mrs. Rolens' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cehan. They were accompanied home by their daughter, Natalie, who had spent a few days in St. Louis with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. .Donald Carter and son left Sunday and are spending two weeks vacationing at Art Luck's Resort at Lin- creek, Mo. Sgt. and Mrs. Estel Jeffrey and family, who recently returned to the states from Turkey, arrived Sunday to spend a few days with Sgt. Jeffrey's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Seorge Jeffrey. Edward Hanlon of San Diego, Calif, arrived Saturday to spend several weeks 'with his sisters, Miss Marie Hanlon and Mrs. Rosalie Cronin. SERVICE OF MARRIAGE SHAKER HEIGHTS, Ohio &— Instead of .a brief ceremony "to make everything legal," a marriage service should be a pronouncement \ of the church to'all present of wfiat marital life should be, says tlie Rev'^ Milton Jones. And he's taken steps to make it just that. At Immanuel Church of Shaker Heights (Evangelical and Reformed) where the Rev. Mr. Jones is minister, weddings are a full half-hour worship service, complete with printed bulletin, sermonette, scripture read- briefed on tlie terms of an agreement. , Negro and white leaders of Cambridge and Dorchester County were invited to a meeting in Baltimore Wednesday by the Maryland State Bar Association committee set up to try to mediate the racial dispute. The invitation was announced in Cambridge by the committee chairman, former Circuit Judge William J. McWilliams, after 10 of the 14 members of the committee met for more than five hours. The streets of Cambridge were peaceful as the negotiators — representing the Negroes of Cambridge, the state of Maryland and the Justice Department—met for more than an hour with Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy, then sat down with Marshall for the bulk of the evening. While the department would not discuss the content of the talks, a hint came from the announcement that the Negroes had taken time out to visit Robert C. Weaver, the Negro administrator of the Housing and Home Finance Agency. Equal housing has been a goal of the Cambridge Negroes, and government housing help might be part of a package acceptable to the Negroes in exchange for cooperation in holding off demonstrations. Schools and public accommodations are other friction spots. Attack On Castro In Making? By THEODORE A. EDIGER MIAMI, Fla. (AP)—New exile thrusts against Fidel Castro appeared in the making today as invasion veterans and commandos prepared to move to Central American bases. Tlie development came as the U.S. government remained adamant in its stand barring assaults from American territory. Dr. Manuel Artime was reported in Nicaragua, jumping-off place for the disastrous 19(il Cuba invasion which he led. He was reported conferring with Nicaraguan President Rene Schick and ex- President Luis Somoza, both outspoken foes of Fidel Castro. Artime, secretary general of Revolutionary Recovery Movement, one of tho largest auti- Castro groups here, said before his Miami departure, "We are leaving the United Stares to establish a base in Central America. "In mucn less than one yenr we'll be fighting inside Cuba, added the 34-yeac-old physician- revolutionavy who once fought the Fulgencio Batista regime alongside Castro. NOW HORSEBACK RIDING INSTRUCTIONS for Girts .18 wid. Qvor! ! 1,4 ' now! Pinto to Umttodl Miss Sue Baker of St. Louis spent Sunday in live Lee Graham honw, DUKE BAKERY 810 Henry -*. Dial HO 8-»OS» FRESH BAKED COOPS DAILY We Specialise In Wedding end Party ;,,' CoKti Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hires ^ prayers an a hymns. There Is a special white bench at the front of the church for tlie couple to sit on during the sermonette. Be alert today, alive tomorrow. 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