Texas: Dining in Dallas

Like many another Southern city, Dallas accepted schoolrooms as the place for its first test of integration; as a result, about six first grades will desegregate under court order when classes start in September. But unlike other cities where Jim Crow is dying, Dallas has had second thoughts about turning the thorny race problem over entirely to its children. Last week the Citizens' Council, a businessmen's group originally organized to promote Dallas, took a bold step. Said the council: "This should be an adult experience before it is a child experience. If...

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