Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 17, 1963 · Page 17
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 17

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, July 17, 1963
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Redlands Daily Facts Wei, Joly 17,1«3 - 17 Tension eases in racial demonstration Whaf It Meam (A continuing study of developments on tile racial front) By AL KUETTNER United Press International There appears to be a sligiit jf temporary easing of tension on the racial demonstration front despite flareups at Charleston, S.C. and Savannah, Ga. There was no cause for optimism yet but these developments were encouraging: —A 24-hour truce was called in Cambridge, Md., after days of demonstration that had put the area under limited martial law. —Despite widespread continuing acts of vandalism from a fringe group, major demonstrations appeared to have eased off at Savannah, Ga., one of the Dixie tinderboxes. —A local leader of the Na tional Association for the Advance ment of Colored People (NAACP) called for a 60-day moratorium on racial demonstrations an Co lumbus, Ga. —Negroes apparently were playing a wait-and-see game in Jackson, iliss. —Negroes postponed for one wedE a sdieduled demtmstration for better job opportunities and equal booking of persons arrested in East St. Louis, 111. Seek Financial Security The respite coincided with for mation of a group in New York which hopes to raise $1.5 million this summer to finance the campaigns of six leading civil rights groups. The thinking of the group was that financial security might slow down the aggressiveness of the integration groups. TOat does it all mean? A prominent Negro leader put It this way: "Don't read too much mfo what has happened. It is largely coincidence tliat there was an easing off in several places at one time. But it is true that Negro groups are in a period now of re-assessing the situation." A spokesman for Dr. Jfartin Luther King's Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), one of the more militant of the racial organizations, said there definitely was no spirit of "retreat" on the part of SCLC. The NAACP, one of the dominant leaders in the racial field, recently has taken a double route on strategy. It has encouraged direct demonstrations and at the same time has taken one of the strongest stands against violence. The NAACP spoke forcefully against the trouble in Savannah, where its organization was in competition for leadership with King's "non -violent" group. Rule of Thumb A top NAACP spokesman in New York said a rule of thumb for the current racial picture is to "treat each situation individually." "A lot depends on the white posture in each separate situation," he said. "We are willing to discuss and negotiate as long as it is useful. Responsible organizations want to win objectives, not trouble. Unless the hotheads take over, we can have peace so long as there is a willingness to negotiate. "One main reason for these surges ot demonstrations is that the Negroes—mainly the young adults — have pretty much lost faith in the white power structure in these communities to deliver on their prwnises. "The older adults are often willing to be a little more patient than the younger Negroes but then they get embarrassed when the business and political leaders fail to live up to promises. 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