Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 12, 1963 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1963 • — __ Kennedy Talk Good But Late By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) - Presl dont Kennedy, faced with a racia crisis that threatens violence an lives, finally appealed in a nation wide broadcast for an end to discrimination against Negroes. He did five things in his tal Tuesday night: 1. He blamed all 50 states, no Just the South where racial preju dice is most Intense, for discrim Ination. 2. He made equal treatment fo Negroes an urgent necessity b> noting that violence and lives are threatened. 3. He asked all white American to examine their conscience aru cooperate in ending discrimina tion. 4. By the broadcast he put thi lull weight of his office behind his plea to give Negroes the constitu tional rights denied them. 5. He outlined steps he wants Congress to take in this direction by passing laws to overcome seg rogation. Urged That he make such a talk had been urged on Kennedy from vari ous quarters for weeks as racia tensions increased and, in some places, burst into riots. The indications were that he wouldn't. He finally did it a few hours after compelling the admittance of two Negroes to the University of Alabama over the- completely empty resistance of Gov. George C. Wallace. If Kennedy had made the same kind of talk earlier in his administration some, if not most, of the present tensions might have been avoided although perhaps not unless he had followed the talk with action. By the same token race relations in the United States now might have been far more advanced if President Dwight D. Eisenhower had made a similar plea just once in his eight years in office. Kennedy made two points on tlie legislation he will lay before Congress: Now Law —He wants a law giving Negroes the right to be served in public facilities, like hotels and restaurants. This seems to mean a law forbidding proprietors of such facilities, if they are involved in interstate commerce at all, to decide on their own to refuse to serve Negroes. On May 21 tiio Supreme Court ruled no state or city law can force such a proprietor to discriminate. It" didn't yet say whether they could do it on their own. —He wants a law from Con gress to authorize the federal government to step in more fully in lawsuits to end segregation in public education. As of now a Negro denied admittance to a segregated school in almost all areas must file his own suit. Few Negroes can afford such expense. Some Negro leaders feel, however, that unless Congress passes a law permitting the government to file a suit in any case where a Negro's civil rights are denied— not just in selected fields—all other measures are insufficient. It seems pretty certain at this writing that Kennedy will not ask for such authority. ALi'ON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIFTEEN Tan Upsilon Club Meets al Greenfield GREENFIELD — Mrs. Frank Henderson was hostess at a meeting of the Tau Upsilon Club Monday night. Greenfield Notes GREENFIELD - Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gray lefl Monday for their home in Sherrill, N.Y., after spending 10 days with relatives and friends here. Gray attended the 50th anniversary reunion of his class at Millikin University during the weekend. Mrs. Helen Strang Hill and Miss Leanore Strang of San Francisco, Calif., who have spent two weeks with Mrs. Hill's son, Byron Hill Jr., and family, accompanied Mrs. C. 0. Fesler to Harvey Monday and will return to San Francisco late this week. Miss Becky Hankins, a graduate of the local high school June 3, is employed at the Farmers State Bank in Jacksonville. James Houlette, who is employed in St. Louis, visited during the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Houlette. Mrs. Eleanore Mitchell returned to her home here Saturday after serving as house mother at Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority at tho University of Kansas in Lawrence during the school year. Major Ellis Mitchell, Mrs. Mitchell and their four children of Albuquerque, N.M., visited his mother Tuesday and Mrs. Mitchell accompanied them to Webster Groves, Mo., for a visit at the home of Mrs. Mitchell's sister, Mrs. Robert Sousley. Louis B. Meng underwent major surgery at St. John's Hospital, Springfield, Monday. Don't Tap Delicate Hoots SANTA CRUZ, Calif. W» ~ Tourists' feet are harming giant redwoods in Big Basin Redwoods State Park by compacting the soil, according to Darrell Knoefler, a beach and parks official. He said the big trees have relatively shallow roots. MAKE GASEN'S YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR DISCOUNT DRUG STORES ! — Sovt Two WQV»~ LOW PRICES pin TV VILUE STAMPS , UH H|Mt ** tint __ PRICES GOOD IntRU JUNE 15 Father's I If E Day ' KL is SUNDAY JUNE 16th DELICIOUS DUTCH TREAT fe-Gal. 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