Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 19, 1963 · Page 31
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September 19, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 31

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTY-OKI Around Springfield Illinois a Pivot Point in Looming 3rd Party Vote By TOM LOttUS Telegraph Correspondent SPRINGFIELD, 111. -There is a factor anticipated in the II- llnois general elections next year which no one In this state can control but which most state candidates now are trying to measure for its political effect. That factor is the formation of a national third political party, mostly from southern ' states, which will have support of States' rights as its keystone principle. Many a candidate and many friends of candidates, who returned from vacations in the South, heard third - party talk, and they discussed It here as soon as they returned. The fact that so many of them heard substantially the same re- HURRY! TONITE LAST TIMES! Open 7 n.m. Starts 7:80 "Escapte at 7 !50 Only EXTRAt "BERMUDA MOODS" «tm . STARTS FRIDAY! Open Friday 6:15 — "FLIPPER" at 6:80 & 9:50 2 GIANT HITS TOGETHER! THE WONDERFUL STORY OF A BOY AND HIS AMAZING UNDERWATER FRIEN THetra-GoIdwyn-Wayer THESONOFSPflOTflCUS Shown 8:10 — PLUS TOM & JERRY CARTOON {torts made all of them believe the third party talk just a little more. The urge W Measure the movement's possible effect in II linois is caused apparently by the contention of most of its propon ents that whatever e ffects the Kennedy administration in the general election Will affect th< Kerner administration. State's rights is Just anothei way of referring to v a r i o U shades of opposition to the cur FRIDAY-SAT.-SUN. Open Friday 6:45 2 BIG EXCITING HITS! ADULT ENTERTAINMENT! HI NEWMAN •111 i wuinifl mas Melvyn Douglas-Patricia Neal Shown 9:00 Only Shown 7:26 Only BARBARA EDEN ' OPEN 7 PM. . Color (X Uni Stove McQueen • Jim Garner — At 7:45 Only Your Favorite Family Drive In TARLIGHT DRIVE IN THfAIRE COLITGf IWFNW Al ION. II1 BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 NOW thru TUES. Big-Rough-Tough JOHN •MM mm: PLUS SECOND FEATURE RUNFIGHT,;,, fe?OK CORRAL tent Negro drive for civil rights, in the opinion of some realistic politicians. So, any drive for state's rights which originates in the South will incur the opposition of Negroes. That's where the speculation arises about the effect of a national third party on Illinois voting. Add to that speculation the failure of the last General Assembly to pass an open occupancy measure. It failed in the House for lack of two votes, and during that vote, o^iite a few Democrats were recorded as "not voting." Recently, in Chicago, 10 Demo-j cratic aldermen voted against the open occupancy ordinance, fte- gardJess of the positive stand for Negro civil rights which the Kennedy administration has taken nationally, regardless of how strong Gov. Kerner has declared himself in favor of the same position, and regardless of how often Chicago Mayor Richard Daley has said Democrats must support such measures, there is still a bloc of Democratic opposition too. Among the state officers who discuss this third party issue — but who refuse to be quoted personally — there is also a belief that next year the biggest issue in the presidential election will not be Cuba, or the atomic test ban treaty, or our relationship with the Common Market. The biggest Issue will he civil rights at home, they contend, and Illinois will be one of the pivotal centers in the campaigns for and against. TWO RACE CHURCH MERGER OXNARD, Calif. (AP) — predominantly Japanese congre- BEL'Ai'feffiEl CAPRI gatloti here, the 110-member gatlon, the 1,300-member St. (pawl's Methodist Nflsel Methodist Church, was merged recently with a predominantly white Caucasian congre- oftivt*mtl NOW thru TUES. 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