The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 4, 1966 · Page 5
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 5

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, March 4, 1966
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Friday, March 4, 1966 AVOID THE RUSH! HAVE YOUR CAR INSPECTED NOW. Government Pressing Catch-Up Classes WASHINGTON" (API — The after they'd been getting bare- there Is ONLY ONE 1 j government is pushing a new i remedy for old patterns of racial segregation in Southern •schools: Catch-up classes for j Negroes. i The goai is to ease the transition of Negro children into^ previously white public schools, i ; The Department of Justice j .asked federal courts last month j to order school officials in three! bones education ia some rural shanty. "Some of them were nearly illiterate," the spokesman 4^^+^+*^+** Boy Born In Street . . TRENTON, Mich. (AP>—In .counties to so beyond mere de-j few . years alrs James E _ Su3 \ segregation orders and set up] van - s son can le u his friends he! '.remedial classes for Negroes, wae ^^ in +hp m ; dd j e of yjjj.1 added. "They badly needed remedial reading, for example. , Right now, most of these newly- integrated Negroes —especially in the rural areas—just can't keep up." The idea of remedial classes. Justice Department officials as- Isert, sprang up as "a com• peiled response on our part to | the effectsof dual school svs- unequai W«!com« Wtiw Inttrnitlotul. wth tuftr 5.000 httitius, hu nan than thirty yiira txptncnc* ia festering food will ta butinus «nd community lift. Far Mora Wermt- tioa about... to force the s of St. Helena 'La., and Sharkey an ', counties. Miss., to institute such] classes "to correct the effects; ,, i and reaUy Mrs " W3s Itection under law through infe- ""rior education of Negrees-^om- «""* Phone 533-1390 (cause of their race." i "It was really getting pasn- iful," one Justice Department ; SDokesman said, "to see some j of these Negro kids trying to i make the grade in white schools The government is empow- j. wr-j u^*.*.^... o »-~— — f } ered bv the 19&4 Civil Rights station across the street stopped | _^ ct to " ta k e part in school de- traffic and delivered the 6-! segregation suits, but it took a ; pound. 5-ounce baby. Both moth- j m o re re cent law to provide the [ er and son were in good condi-ji evera g e ^ <x seeking such posi tion todav at Seaway Hospital. t~— ,.j..«~.^«->i .^^1?- w T»m»^ ICT^V4«S»V iVi J^.»_iv^i^ ^.«^.. ^^ : rive educational tools as remed-s ial classes. 220 W. 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U.S. Dist Judge Frank Johnson Jr. declined Wednesday toj . assume jurisdiction of the Ne- nes groes' suit seeking to appeal an injunction from the county court prohibiting demonstrations at the Helicon school. the principal of the school Such conduct, he said, was illegal and "continued to an extremely aggravated point" before the injunction w'as issued. "The basic fallacy of the petitioners' contentions before this onstrations picketing, and boj court." he said, "rests uP°nj cotting the school," it further their assumption that they have j forbade marching, parading or constitutional or statutory rights j ^^5^ the operations of the to engage in conduct designed " to disrupt or having the effect of disrupting classes." Johnson noted that on Jan. IT, two days before the injunction j the law, that prohibits arrest .was issued, the petitioning Ne- j prosecution or injunctive pro| groes "participated in or en-j ce edings for conduct such as couraged, or otherwise directly j {hese petitioners were engaging or indirectly engaged in demon- j j n prior to and at the time the\ strations around the school that point of being a hysterical The judge said considerable property damage resulted from the Jan. IT demonstration and injunction followed a se- of demonstrations at the school, apparently stemming from the dismissal of a teacher and school bus driver . The injunction barred the Negroes from "conducting, encouraging, or participating in derr school. Johnson held that "there is no constitutional or statuiorv. right, as this court understands were enjoined." He ruled that no constitutional'. rights of demonstrators were violated and that law enforcement officers and court officials •were properly carrying out the law. 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