Independent from Long Beach, California on May 17, 1957 · Page 23
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 23

Long Beach, California
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Friday, May 17, 1957
Page 23
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INDEPENDENT--P«g« A-23 1~! Iwh, Mil* III.. »«r "· I Ask? Guard at School Ceremony CUNTCW. Tenn. (llPi--School officials, noting « "general un- million," aiked Thursday for police guards tonight when n Negro will graduate with white classmate* (or the [Int time at · Deep South high ichool. Policemen were aiked to itand guard "Innlda and outildc" the gymnasium, where Bobby Cain will become/ the f i r s t Negro alumnUi of Tennessee'! (Int ra cially-Integrated, state-sup-wrted hlfih ichool. At the- «nme exer- clsci. 88 white _students will be graduated. "A ccncral uneailnom" was cited by a ichool official as the reason for requesting a police guard, w h i c h Chief Francii Moore, n school board member, ·aid would be stationed at tho gymnasium, · · · · AUTHORITIES emphasized that young Cain, 17, hai received no thread. Bobby's mother, Mr*. Beatrice Cain, mid earlier this week she was "a little uneasy." "It juit takes one crackpot to cause trouble," Principal D. J. Brlttaln Jr., snld, Clinton was the scene of a Ku Klux Klan cross-burnlng last week, when robed Klnnsmcn attacked racial Integration nt the school. This town and surrounding Anderson County are under a federal court Injunction forbid- dine Interference with Negroes attending the school. Seventeen persons face contempt charge* in connection with violence that rocked the town last year. Bobby attended graduation rehearsal last Tuesday night. He and his family say they will attend commencement exercises. But the youth was Invited to attend a junior-senior prom after graduation at segregated Austin high s c h o o l In nearby Knoxvlllc, which he formerly at. · tended. · · * · · · . ' S E V K K A L authorities said they noted a "slight upsurge" In antlllntceratlon nctlvlty h e r e , hut not enough to cause alarm. Segregation l i t e r a t u r e was Htrewn on Hrlttnln's lawn several days ago by unidentified jiersons. Newsrecl and newspaper cameramen will he prohibited from taking pictures Inside the gym- naslum, Brlttaln said. The grad- 'tmtlon program, scheduled to hrgln at 7:30 p.m., Is open to the public, however. Cain Is among six Negro students finishing the school year. "lve others withdrew and one was expelled. THI WOKID'S HIOHIST ANDMOfTPAJtlNOAIIIAl ·..'.! ·( til* IMtt IMMllMMll f IrlUI OfHl thrill «tS (rwn ill pant ·! th« %xrM MOTORIZED RINGS · M«r« tKan 2 hwii «l Ikrilli, fun and iptclocvlaf ·nttileinnunl Itf tK« nl'm Iwniljrl - . - . ! · · ; ADMIIIIOH..., ..... IUO .iittivc JicnoN ............ u.» oh* InllM yw !· Ira Ml t«til, Ml l»r MMn« 3 BIG PERFORMANCES ROSE BOWL PASADENA SPECIAL-PENNEY BUY! MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS! / A top · value selection I , Penney i "university" checks including many button- downs, Dan River* splinter broadcloths, striped cottons, Sliti m«ll, . ·, All machine washable. · mtUnm. 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IT11IT HOO«-.flNNIYTBOWM . ^ t* Stack up now! These hefty 10-ounce Sanforlied* blue denim* stand up to all the roughhouie a growing boy can gl»e "em. Full cut, bar- tacked strain points. Machine wash, Sites 4 to 13. ·Won't ihrtnH nort intn 1«. , ·· DOWNJTHIII I10SI '" SAVINGS SPECTACULAR! BUTCHER Rayon SLACKS Penney 1 * lOO^^ b u t c h e r rayon ... ^ f\ » , -: o u. ., · dress-up tropicals . . . prized for , ( their stylish "look of linen," their ..-, lipht. airy texture! Wrinkle resist- snt, machine washable. ·· llxei 28 to 42 mm rioot -- MNNiri BOWNtowN - P E N N E Y ' S " T H R I F T Y C O R N E R " FIFTH A N D PINE D O W N T O W N ^ L O N G B E A C H

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