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F"glg*ood l]regg toAdopt FulI Integration in schools a Special to The New York Times.

Englewood Urged to Aclopt Full Integration in $chools

icized what they terned the "gradualism" of the Englewood Board of Education in school
meettng .t!at "sincerely provl4es foF totat integration fn a[ Pnqlewood schools-beginning i;

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ENGLEWOOD, N. J.,

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They urged the board to adopt & .plan at its July rz

desegregation.

Among the slgners were the Rev. Is[iah Gootrnan and the Rev. walter s. Taylor, and ttr; local chapters of the urb*n League, the NaHonal Associs,tlon for the Advancernent of colored People and the con. gress of Racial Equality,
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Dear Governor i{ughes:

Ttris letter ls written in behalf of a large group of rog. lstered voters, citizens of the City of Englewood, r+ho watched your3 inieresting but slighily disioried televi-slon progran this rnorning wlth d.eep eoncorlrr You d.il_noj-p-isqgg! g_l_air_ 91119e!;s: qf t+e T"elely.?9+ p="b1]he*prObierii.isnofon9ofsurrpretintegratforr, b[t a proplero which concerns the welf are of tirls entl-re coxxmunity. i';leen Counellman Tibb s asks lf lt is true that when you lntegrate schcols the whlte pop'datlon of a town moves out, ttris is e deliberately dec6&tfu1, leading question, knowing as he does the situation- here. Irl dlscus slng ortr schools, Councilrien Tibb s conveni ently f orgoi or deliberatgl_y overl ocked. Roos evelt Schocl in the aia l{ard , which has a l5/' Negro enrollment. Ee stated. t}:at non-whj-tes could not buy homes in this Ward. The faet is that non-whi tes live in tri-s area and ihei.r children attend school- therer For ihe most part, the r+hite populatlon of Eegleerood 'dre f /not anti-ttesro, as is evidenced btrr- the fact thet ue have liyed [-6!ether ln-the comnu.nlty for rnany years, sharlng a31 comauntly Acttvtttes without lncident. I{e are people enomously tater6sted r' ln our comlunl-ty, our schools, anC rnost lmport ant, our chlLdren-. 'witici, s6 deeply,';afr'ei6is l'ie r:esent nost 6itie"ry-irt.t itris proutern us all b.as now become a polfrticel football. To play poli'tlcs with ttre lifo and death of a cornrnunity ls crimlnal. BaslcaLly, we feel ihat our children of elementary school / /aqe belong ln the nslghborhood school neanest thelr bome. !o schools J tianspo=t-chlLd.nen under Jrurlor Elgh Schocl age to other health !+*en itelghbortrood schools exlst enda:ige::s the-safety and of these cb1ld::en for a soclologlcal experlrnent of dubious value. We are also deeply concerrred. with the fact that educ ational-l autho:'ltles state thit- educationel level-s in forcibly lntegrated [-..J schocls go d.own for a period of yea:rs. In the ma5-n, b.oweverr we are mostly concerned' wj-th this frightening pietune. ILre proportlon of whl.te to non-wblte ln ou:r eleientarSr* sihool s ts about €\fr-X%. If we are forcecl to glve up our nelghborhood sctrools, thene a::e those wbo will move to other: icvn5 where they stitl can have the nelghbortrood school; pthers subject theJ.f- qhildren be r:il-l move becaule thev do not wlsh to lati sone chlldren wl11to ifrii iiajnstrnenf-periot oi eaucitional

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Appeal
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In ,Sc hool Bias
'lo/ N. J. Education Departlneni ------.
/ lly JOIIN ll. Kt,llN

P.,

'6ltd

PT,AL $I,AITD

0N m0HwmD
ANTIBIAS
lCmllud fiun ffr ll tncrl. "Xtr0lnltr lllrlr Cc. mllrla.r ot_Idrrrdlr tfrr-r bl X. irrbbfr, rill lailr. . dololdet lr O. th.,' Ilr. ltrblr!.r rlll lnr lr r
Znbrr uld.

Englerv gpd_N3rroes Also

Wlll Complaln

Enr nr lo lrrr rb ci b rll Lrtrr lew to ..rrft lrd docldr4, tbc.
pollt-

cUlrrlng llte

crrr:s'vrr:uEDrBs Jgd*. Anthony 'l'. Auf,elll r.uled llrt:- lrarentr lorrlglrt end Io lo Vesterdny tlrat perentr ol nlne lrlrllrdelphlr lquorrow to fa ln. Negro chlldren who were rlenkxl formrtlon on how frut lhe ipport yx'rrnlrrlon lu rcghiter ln llonakl crn bc proc.ctrod. A. Quarten Sclrool ln l'ebruary "1. llro ^pl!n to follou lho rug. lrud flot exlruurrle<l nvaltrbte aA. Bertlon ol lho court'and fllo I mlnhtrellve remedleu beforci complalnl wlth tho Etr0c Dcorrt. tlllnx llrr. sull mant' ol 'EduellloF,', Zuber ield. rull. whleh wu.r agalnrt Zubar forcrcer 'ooo probhn ln .'fhe the l}rur.d of Erlucellon. tf.. tru. lhe nctlon wlth tho gti0c DcDrrt. pcrlnltndetrl. &nd llre State Com- (Contlnuc{ on prfc tt, eolurdn {) ml;sloner of tsdueailon. charged the Board lx operatlng raetiily f,c[r(.]lnlcd rt.hqrlr lt n relult of thc rrelghlnrhrxrd rclrtxrl polley. "The drrclrlnr of ordeily prG c'edure har bcerr uplreltl," Abram A. l-ellsorr. altorncy lor lhe Bourd. r'ald yertt r.tluy lrr cllr.
Zubcr ralrl lre woulrl nteet wlth

t lleglonrl l{dltor ) 'l'he Ljnltcd Stutes Dlrtrlct Court doclrlon lirrglewood to dlstttlss tltc crse- ullegittg rir,Brogutlon l1 Clty school.r wlll bc uppculad lnrmetlately, riuut 'b. Zuucr raltl lrst nlght.

deClrlon.

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thri thr t'ommujrmcilh*;il; fort h mgoolelly rrll qinlrltrd. Dt nr.on oa hb lmrlodp ud uporlrlc. lr tbo rpecUfrf llrld of educrtbl. to mltr tLr lmluet ddrrmlulloot... Tl_a eqtrt polnlrd ett r do. tGrmlll0oo ol thr tnrlr.r tr lOfmlnfUu o, lh. nimr-' lr whlch I lhr mlribctoOrtol lhe rdrhbrtr"rxtml pollcy bpontrC ii'rry FdrqrlJ ,'gql{t{-.!3!lr\. r rnltl. tude ol 'Tbrrr lr lo rmro aru!l. rhh rhr br.luldod, by rtr epptiirUJ-r.fr DillctDlrl." rrod Jrdtn ,fur0l.. . tta ttldi 'Tha corn GtrI curl {rrr ;ltb plrtrtlftr. coa-t; lhrl tbenr tbr rnrtnlrrrcr:C i alo rrchuy ;rfrrtrrrd rrou iyliif tho ubl rntl .l . r?lncdtlr L m.drh ll lo fb. ldltrr llalof er lr fbr tod.rd ..il ludrr collhucd. ..tlrlr llffr berr rot .rlb0od rf -.q.rr lhrt ^Cqnntltoer trcfi i"ii; ltt b Ff! u. rrcutc- ntfr rrqucr3rd. Ttarr h rrnplr Derr" 11 tb. cotlmtlltoer rd rcir iri oltptilat ead cootrtvrrrlcr erlrlrr und.t tia rlrool Llu...' _.J.tL! Aulrill reld, ..ttrc, iltDilUt, brvr rot nly lr0ri lo riry rbonb Ur Con r.r.lrch gorcr lo tr.d ot;;t* rf. i ttrf ttr$rrrl.d. brrl .hrvr ror rrrr !!!.gtptr{ o uttltrd rro rriuelE !rat. rdmhlrtnilw rlflr.dlrtb lhlr.court tr usebb ro odil^ rl lhlr ttms thrt ,,*l -rilffi r.ro.lnrd-cqultc or wortd- t--i;: Ulc." hold. .Tl. .Tho^ - courl plrlntltlr hrvrrlro .iiiiif"O iE Dot court. thrt tbr Comrnbrlci would not lolbr tftr ctciiiirrprouod.. Sterr poltcy rirtrr :.,?ll.t.lt*rtmtortbll tr Oertrrj wllb

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Honig Ilfnoihi'c*g* Councilts Bid',;;:,I For School f)elad
ENGLEwooD -0". fore a meeting of,canpaign,:tgrkers,. Herbert U. H94ig, Derpocrati*c
Cbndidats.Jor. secmd .;Ward Corm--l
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iPetitt'ilililiiffi
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Referendum Oifi
-t

?upil

Qcl City oI Englewood calling tor qi 'rtfenendum vote on any'drardql plans for changing the plgoodurc{i uf pu,pil rssignment. Scorss of citizons havo I the pe,Lilion which are trelnl oifo.1fi I culated Ineely and aigned, by huni iir I A*Or of pe,rsons wbo feel tfiat thr:':* I puUuc should bo given Urc :oP' 4 i portun,ity of votirg on thc mltterrq,:! Following is the Pe{.itiou I .}$ Pe tition , l:t, 'r:i!

nr*rtr.,nwooD Ibeing circulated,-thnou8lrout'

Placin$1.,

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Ai.tiuon"ili

of

rccen( months ln oru PitY'";{; &rglewood, ttrene hae . t.*, H: rnuch discussion od i'mplemonling. .ljl

"ln

gram which would resul
classes

in

sirngle schools,

crntlaLion

minat"ion of tho nei scliool plan for tJrese classes. I{, is the firrn

of

elemen

the urtdersigned that
draslic chuge should be su to a public referendum implenren,tu'tion thereof in

tr

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Ild ucat

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aslie asked Coul Counci any any ar any a.ny pli
Scpt, Scptcnl

l'hc 1'h for 1'h
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pnl,, pnl,, al il sa sairl rnakr j rnakc i :t'his 1'h tcnrp I tcnrplaI

Corurcil llcqtrcsts

Dclay By lloarrl
(Conlinued From prgc

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Ito attcr lo rt
I

pupil I pupils I rricr' tligh
Sr

.lr, and

rcma I rcmain I grarlc. ' trarlc

lnnrl lnrl

I tu'oulrl u'oulr rvoulr I rvoulrl
r .sixl

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b)' Councihnan Udrvarrl S. Brockic rvas opposed onl.y by Councilnrnn Vincentc N. ll'ibbs of tlre F ourth \Varrl, rvho said lre is Slnd to sr:e the Couneil .stnte its ntand

buL

rurAc I urle th stel I r step b lorrrl I Court r .hc br I thc borr ;tud ierl. J sturlic

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'nt, 'l'he I

atlvise the Roard

thll. hc fcels it is urong of lldrrcalion

to
to

do nothing.

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eslden I resitle t..s I rrl Dis I

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thc rc

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l

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a l.ha I l.hn

I ',t'il ItD 't'il I rrn 'l'l I r\1
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','l'ilEn "'r'ilr

stl;11esl: i str;:Aest ;:Aesls rn tlr tion tlu Ition tlrlt I sltttl.v slttrlv trl.v
r

of

trtrc nn icnoI I trkc nr plenrctrl intul nrr i nt ple nr I

sclrool L.l.t'n.,t err rool I ,\CllO\

ilrAI sur sr-r< | irrg sueh I iirne as l.lr rrre as tc

I ittg [6.1 inA 56.1 lbclfrtre rnd srrclr r srrcl i srrc
r

cottsi cottsirlct :ottsirlct tsirlcmt

herna:r he na:nerl re nfllI

Jol Joh n IL lohn

rrrceling h rrr ce I rrceling, eling. :()ltrse o c()ltrs { c()ltrse of r trsc :ntiorr rlill cn I iorr u cntiorr rl ior \\,iltre 0t\\,ilrc o 0\\,ilrc of I r( of Schor School 'f Sc eil eonlrol il eonlr eonlr eo re in be iinvol ver nvol Itolrrl rrct'r olrrl bolrrl rr rrl lontttton Conrrr Conrrrron ( [nron no slr-.p o nosslon shorr lr hould I
vic rv icrv

l'hc f'ltc

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To the
Currrrrril

l, Il n i t, Urgr,.s Plrut, Si,u
ynn.e, t

Education to hokl ol'f on :rn.y lcLioll
l'egal'din.g [hc dcnranrl for irnmerliatc ancl conlplctc rlcscgr.cgntion of Lincolrr
School

There can bc no honest quar,r.cl urilh lhe position of the I\tayor. nn(l Comnton Council in calling ul)ot1 t,hc Bonr.d of
I

'l'he

Edito.:
t

rurcrl Iosrrlrlr' solrrIions

blerrt

nl' rrcirl

lr,r, htrs curefully corrsitl. to tlre prtr.
irnbtrl;rrrcc

lorrrrnrrrrity Devcloptnent ll
tlrc ll reecntll rcnchcrl ll

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Board o{ Ilducation: Dcar illr. Perry:

We'd appreciatc your reprinting Lhis, a lettcr recently scnt tD Itr.. John Il. Pcrry, prasidcnt, of the

'Ihe recommcndation of thc lin. glervood Common Council that

,t:lerncrrllry schools,

until

boarrl is

t"hc sett,lcrl.

lit.igation agtinsL

Lhc

rrrccting, rgreenrcnt rvls I on srrpport for Plan Slx nr dc. ll I serllrttt ln thc study, "Englcrvoocl: ll Ill.s I'c,orrlc lrrrl ll.s Sclrorrls." \Ve ll I u'iLhlrelri lnnr)uncenrr.nt or orrr Itu. fl

lt a

in

ll lI

thc Board of Education takc no a<'.ion Io rorrect racial imbalance in fingtervoorl elementary schools,
runtil the courts nrlc on thc pcnrl. ing suits againsL thc Boar<l is unfortunrte. 'fo bc cxact, thc- dce.

laration is ill.timcrl, irrclcr,anI
i nr

and

mora L

September

\\'ant full nn(l intntcrliaLe intcgr:lLion of all -Englovoocl llublic schools b.v

This official posiIion is t,lrc n.lole valid in tlrc Ii.qlrl of thc t.lc\\, (lcnl:u\(ls by Negro lcarlcr.s tlrat tlrcy u.ill not accept atU' "gr.itrln:rlisrn;" that lhe.y

lsilion Illolrrl

pcrrdirrg thc rlceisinrr

ll now xl)lleirrr- tlr;rL thc Dern,rrr. ll slrnlinrt Schorrl as proposcrl bV thr: ll llurrtl rvill not rvin puhtic srrpport.ll \Vc, lhelcfore, urge thut the Ilonrrl ll

rrl lcl ion.

of l.llucrtions on its

of tlte ll coursc ll

and public discussion.

Conring aftcr nronths of

stu<ly

I

counscl of

inirction now obviously is a delaying tactic of defcatism. On prcvious occasions the Council indicated it hands of thc School Board. There i.s no apparent rcason for contrldieting this soun<l procer.lure at this time.

It

rvould leave school policy in the

of

great eoltcel.ll to thc futur.c of Lhe Negro as \vell as oi thc \\.hitc in this cor[_
munit..\'.

!ion of Lincoln iln(l LibcrL.r, *.flnuf* first ar.osc, th:rl this is a matter. ;f

. \\tq lrastcn to point orrL a.gain, as \\,c have honesllli pointcd oui tirne;rnrf a.qain sin_ce the quc:stioll of clescgrega-

l,)rlucrtion irrrnrctliltcly ;rtlont ll bc tlken ll irr Septerrrher lf)fiX, slrorrlrl hc thc ll nsslgrrrrrerrt of nt ltrlst one grlrlc ll ort I eit5,u'irle blsis, to nrcet tenr.ll

I'lrn Sis,'l'lre first slcp, lo

pornly ll. l

It

I

Ungle

seenrs clcirr

I inrhility lo eorlec[ rrcinl iut. ll 'l hnlnncc r[ lho l,incoln School, ll l'ncir relrretancc lo enrolt _tlreir,lf | ts.hnnr chilrllnn in thc propo*c,l l[

rr,ho oDDoserl Selrool I'lnrr rlid so hcenttse of

thli rnany prrrents thc Dcrnonstrnlion
it"-

streel,

ll
ll
lf

Thc qucstion of racill rin the publie schools is imbalance an educr. i tional prohlcrn, not a politic:rl foot. brll. It rrrust be solverl accorrling ito rlenrocratic principles. Only l.he
i Conrmon Council
:

ll

lTJo:rlcl of l.iducation not the is-responsiblc edrrcationrl policy for Englcrvood.

lcgally for sctting and cxccuting

s':rs nol. lt;rstyl ott lnek

oI

inl.ercst

the rlithd.a\\.al of s.hite chil<lren lilorn the schools.

T]re e.rper.ts ilrenrselvcs have poirrtcrl the ouL-migr.ation o[ *.lritc farnilie.*, i.o

.

in ncrv oduc:rtionll nretltotls. On { thc contr;rry, ntnsl. plrents honc to I sce crlrtcrtionll slnndards rttised. I in evcry elcrnentary school in lln.f glerrood. Very trrrll'1'ours,
I

ll

I.'inlllS', llre Corrncil's stalcrrrcnt is irnnrolal since rle facto segrcga. tion h:rs bcen recognizcrl anrt re. jected in official sl:rl.cnrents oI thc lloarrl of Iiducation. f'h outcome oI pen<ling eorrrt casc rvhieh rnay rvell be throrvn out on a tcchhas no b,-.aring on thc nicrlily

the

distir.icLs; oI pr.er:eilii,r* .f,if cren Irom rvalkirrg to tlre school nearest

- Not all of this is clr.re to r.acial fecl_ ing! Nluch of ib is clue to tfl. tfrr.oi"f being forcecl to scntl childr.cn to ;;."1* in oLhcr
Gr.aclc chiltlrerr u.ho.

William B.

Prrk

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nced to tlke positive stcns to rid Iinglcrvoorl of school segrcEal.ion.

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stronAcr if it userl locnl initiativc to solyc its own problcms, rathcr llraM'clying on outside directives.

i\lornlly, llnglervood would

bc

19lti.- Have ],ou talkc(l to parents of
Fifth
in the minds of the Boar.ri of trcluciriior,. might have to tlck back and for.tii io lhe o]d Engle Strcct Junior High School for the next t\r'o ].ear.s ? Ce rtaiirly ttrese parent.s an(l these chilclren have everv righb to n'ant to continuc to attcncl thc school nearesL hornc u.hich \\.as one

fVc rrrge the Boar.tl o[ Erlucn. to rr:jeet ,/on rcsrrlrrliorr. thc Conrnron Coun.

urirlcr:" ,rf."

r'il's Wc rtrge the Ilnarrl lrr nlovo lrhelrtl rvith n plnn rvhieh ru,ill tlclril lrolh inrrnerliate nnrl long-rnnge stcps (but no longer thrn tlirce !'cnrs) to eorrcet raci:rl inrballncc. lf al- t.lrc srnrc tinrc the llollrl rvill rlo l'hlrt it cnn to attnin quulity etlucation in all l.hc sehools,

its

nrcnrbet's

tion anrl suppont ot l.hc right.thinking nrljority o( Englcrvootl citir.ens. ;l1ryond tlris. netlonol nnrl lnternn.

will rvin thc

:uhnira.

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;tc[ion nrc hr.re:rchinA; we

lir.rrurl ohscrvr.r's lrr.c rvllching otrr, cily, 'l'ht irtrplleulirtns oI l.lonlrl

lhnl lhc

outcornc plourl of our cily.
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BOARD OF EDUCATION

Englewood,

New

Jersey

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NEWS RELBASE

For release:

Thursday, July L2, L962, afEer 3 p. il., buE not for publicaEion prior to 11- p. m.
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The Englewood Board of EducaEion has previously indicated Ehat

Program Eo alleviate racial imbalance in Ehe elemenEary school system will

be begun this September. The Board has

sEaE,ed many

Eimes Ehat it is opposed

Lo segregation and is deEermirred to Eake some definice action Ehat will lead

t'o ending such segregation.
To Ehis purpose, the Board has exhausEively scudied the situation
and numerous proposals for changing it'including
Ehose suggestions outlined

in Ehe report to Ehe Board by
number

f<-rrmer SuperinEendenE, Stearns and

a greaE

offered by members of the Board and the communicy. The Board would

like Eo use chis opportunity to Ehank Ehose Englewood ciEizens who have
Eaken Eime to suggesE thoughtful possibilities
Eo

us; we have reviewed all

ideas submitted.
The Board is con',rinced thaE a plaa to be responsible musE meet
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Ehe follcwing criEeria:

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It

musE be

educaiionally sound for all the children.
E,he

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It musc give all children near their
homes

opportunity of at,Eending a school

f,t

lll lr

Lt at all possible.

3.

IC musE be wiEhin the scope of Ehe Boardrs auEhoriE,y. Clearly,
urban renewal

is

noE.

4.

Iu

musE

provide an orderly soluLion Ehat is administraLively

workable and Ehat does not

sacrifice

educaEional sEandards.

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criteria in view, ttre Board has instructed the to esEablish, in the former junior hlgh school in
September

SuperinLendenE

of

Schools

aE 11 Engle SEreet, a CerrEral IniermediaEe School, beginning

with

Ehe

fifth grade. This

program

will involve a fifEh

and

sixth grade

in the year following.
We

do noE inLend Ehis program Eo develop inLo a centralLzed

kindergarEen through fourEh gracle, but we expect Ehat much of Ehe experience
thaE we gain in the Central Intermediate School will have useful application

in the earlier grades. Our goal is Eo formulate and carry out a responsible
Program which

will create a better racial balance. The Central InEermediaEe
sEep Ehat has educaE,ional advantages for

School is the first, st,ep--a first

our enEire school sysEem. To reduce remaining racial imbalance Ehroughout our elemenEary school sysEem, Ehe Board has requested Ehe SuperinLendent
formulaEe and recommend supplementary plans for our consideraEion.
Lo

This program goes beyond che problem of racial imbalance
addresses itself
Eo meeting

and

the educaEional challenges of our Eimes. ILs

basic purpose wili be Eo give each pupil individually as many benefics of
education as he can handle arld as the school sysr:em can feasibly provide.
The SuperinEenclcnt will presenE deEails of, how Ehe Central Intermediate School will operate.

Before

calling

ofr

Dr.

Shedd,
EhaE

the Board wants Eo make some sEaEewill follow his presenEation. This
commenEs

ments about the public discussion

discussion will be limited to quescions and

addressed Eo Ehe

SuperinLendent abouE Ehe way the school will be operated, its curriculun

News Release,

Board of Education, Englewood, New Jersey

July L2,

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and meEhods, iEs rules and regulaEions. CournenEs about the Boardrs wisdsst

in instiEuEing Ehe Central IntermediaEe School will not be in order.
reason is chac Ehe Board has soughc comment extensively in Lhe past. have digested iE and reflecced on it.
based on what
demands
r^/e

The
l,le

tle are now aE Ehe time Eo Eake action

have heard and deliberaEed. The pressure of September

acEion, not more words.
To any citizen who cannot conEain his cournent abouE Lhe plan until

it has had a chance to workr w€ invite

comment

in rrriting.

As always the

Board will give careful aEEencion Eo cormnunications received. Therefore,

limiE your verbal questions Conighf Eo Ehe subjecE thaL Dr. Shedd will in September with the fifth

now

discuss: the operation of the CenEral InEermediate School thaE will begin
grade.

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Board 'l Ferru'P'resi dent U
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School Unli

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:roti' H.'Porry wll Tl6Ctotl-prorldont ot ,rtton lert'nl3ht. tlc {l tho flnt Nogro lo

.!d tbo nsod Nqro Dnddmt
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of l- Uo.td ol oducrt$n ln. Borlon County y. Nowrhk clocted tho flrrt thh mgnt[ . .,,] '. [lllr

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:hm Nr .Yott llnlvrdV. -Ho. 'lro -lll- io. llrdretr- rut .n lq ;troil-rrT tlr thlnnlu ol
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ieiri-t'r,.'o,t. t'htlrmtn tll P.-T. A. Oouocll.

the lto<revelt tk'hrrul P.'T. A' ln }l l g6i'.'611.- rcw ln I -lha{ol+-}i{ur''

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PnlcE FIVE cElfTE

Englewood Acts

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To IntBgrsts

/Flfth r/'
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Eduertlon

Gnrde

Enjlorood-Tlro Borrd ol lrrt nlght,bof thc lfl"* .dGp Fr Crri tesrrrct rr^elrl. lrnbelrncc ln Clty f
lntegretlon. . ln tho plan rlt l[th{rrdo rtudontr ln (tro Ctty rtU Oc ront to I rdurbtrhcd hrrh Fttgqt Junlof Htrh sc$;t
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' ry,JoEIy f,- ruuil tBrjlcrl &lltort

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rehoolr--throtqth eonpubory

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GOAL ETPLAITTD

phn to rcplrco lh. ,"r.pp.O amrstgtlec. .sbo ol rer- t-i_r
demonrtntlot rchool rontA brVc hrd rtudcntr lmm lhrt thrurlh tlxth lrldcr rttcnd r cratnl ln.

brnd

_ Morr tbin fqr

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thc tfoera rolorucrd

Dcrrrs wcrt

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thr Boerd prcroicd h

ltrr.

Tbr

totretcd rhool on
berlr.

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votunfonr

tG.r.
but

tho wu tormrlly d.chd ;ff: .dd ttt ro. 8nm lor e crotrd btrrnrrdLta rclpol wlll lnvolvr tf,t frnf red drll jndoJr th. llle{ ic}o"t
tlent ol thr Bord.

trHf*B$ffiil&*#. "Ontr l0l b !r ,rild0 rd
rhlc.b

!t!dct," Porry ffld. 8upcrbtcodot o( &hoolr DL ltrrl- R. -![rdd-.rdd: lld_trrets crr Dotr E tlt .rffi iltl br urcd.tg__rtrd lb. nc rboct. Ur attfi ffi It.lchlaS mrcUnrl m( .Ld torehbf,rllLrt-h u.d lil tb. flrrr y.E l-rtr 6tfirt!!!'i
o|tlt

lflrtt lredc. u9*t tlrt much d-tbr rrr,Dcrhoco rntirod rlll [IVr uatut. egglbrtloo, b tb rerltor
4crSrrlJe th{orr|!

. "Wc do noa lataad thb pnorrrrm to drtdoe tcD e eaintffi-ff:

crrry

I upJlb f|trtE rtll crrdr r brttrr rctd

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lF4*lCoothlrrd

trun prlc l)

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aunc
vrrld ln
to

alan,

llil Ctar. gld ttro

eld''cullural rnd ctholc bret. Ittnnd, hc .rnld. Allor r porlod atlon rnd rmlmllrllon,

homo.r6ont group whleh wlll bo eblllty, rehleycmmt,

rlll

br

lil-cln l.ilrlbly.'brdi zl.rtrta -rrt tru{|Lf lorrnlu nocdr .ol rfolto^troN O?PotrD ho,roecrd'rdvrnlrto. uld Dr. . Frrrt e1rh d.chnd Uo lotrd fld, lr lhet th. rehool ctn pno. -r-. eenq b rnr1ndot ud tr {lclrrato.d 1o trlo tot dr0alto lldo..-.e... rtell FlDFmcnilnf .. tbo FtIy rpoelrlhod tompolilelcr T!pf-$r _.rut h.d -: l-het rrh n|rqduqr. ro iiddu dollrrrt "vltd..ln- fqvhibf-.du^ _-_ *tu -urc --itriitiriiiiil- ili Chrfr+ Lf - licfn DrD.c& -nrrtqrJ"."6 cilHrr- . rt tbc I)r. thcdd 'reld tho pien , - xrro- LlEcrln -fcied_rr ur; edrptebb lo rorerd-lurci rlnre : }l.r {o lmu.dl"tb cu. -ftf...__Frrrr fftd^ iLr
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ducrtlq

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opDUtpnltler

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nrcrmodbtc rchtol rUl opcmn. rehool end opcn oruottmcnt.-lriJ murllnmnt ol DuDllr. mnt pnpllr. lh ntd thr flfth-lrrdo rl[dcnlr lrc thlr yolr,.. Dr. Shcdd

iligY,Y"ftr6rhiri eornblutlol ecubrl tnton-modirti . _Dr. tthdd lrilltrrf for thr
rlld. lo thrt dilrr-dan wlll rrc. trom- UCcfrncn:

Dodillltht...Ho Illg emonf t5e l . Il! uld llrroll! IDC -rr{allEt ?adblllllcl ue rrdlrdeflnr. I llrlnbrrmdlrl+rciod phn,- .

noi
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yoerr: tClty clcmontery rchoolr
throurtr
hltll

il ll

Ha ii6fi'"dric. j
to irovlilo
mom

^:llrh^rrl

-l'.aai,

r1!i

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prolrem of jrtdcr to thl monc da prolrrm .ot Junlor Bfrtncntrllrcd '.Dr. Ebcdd uld bcceurc of tho octtnrl loerUqr ol tho Dndo $rGor rchol, lho lccd lon tnii,

cutilld eltreo prfinrry

=G!!tsrrt-slll

br rrrlgnc{=lo..a

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tetDotrt #t*a coilMoN couNclL wrlueJ o'TlcKNoR'JR'

Crrv oF ExcLEwooD
Excrnwoop, N. J.
JuIy 16, 1962

Tsn

KURT A.ERSLEV EDWARD S. BROCKIE,JR. FRANKLIN A. BOTSFORD

VINCENTE

K.

TIBBS

Ttre Honorable

the Capitol Building Trenton, New Jersey
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Richard

Governor

of

Hughes , New Jersey

Dear Governor Hughes:
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In my recent letter to you about the Englewood Sehool situation, I mentioned that I was extremely pleased. with the forthright stand. you and Dr. Rar:binger had taken on the legal question (and moral issue) of d.e faeto segregation in tJ:e State of New Jersey pr:blie schools. BotJ: the feelings of you 'and. those of Dr. Raubinger, will, f am sure, be implemented in tl:e Englewood. Sehool Case now befor€ you. .Board
the Kjnd.ergarten through fourth grades with no eonrnitnent tJ:at thesea grades will at Erny time in the fulrrre be integrated..
or not (w stian baekground) we 6 gation in rm to be inumoral or, as individual NS feel it nes or eomodes our demoeratie soeiety in general) is not ttre frimary issue. ltre real issue before Dr. Raubinger and is ttra tlre United. state@ has nrled segregitea * ish gf to all child.ren, and these Englewood childrenne K ttrrough ades wilI eontinue to be (iII in an important fo
tr{het}rer

The decision of the Englewood. Sehoo1 Board ti:is week was to Sntegrate tlie 5th grad.e this year and the 6th next year, Ieaving not-integrated

Perrn:it me , if you wiII, to illustrate how this Englewood. School Boand d.eeision will d.efinitely be harrnful to atJ- children, both white and. Negro.

ehilglen wgu]-d be penglized.. Soeiologists and psyehologists have clearly established. tftat the lower soeio-eeonorn-ie backgror:nd of most Negno families generally serves to imped.e the development of ehild.ren (even in the pre -school age) of the se f anuiJ-ie s the best in these ehild.ren cannot easily be brought out. Going to school in the Iower grades in tJ:e scrme tlpe of ,-rrrsitisfaetory ett rinott*ent , further empedes these youngsters. By the tjrne ttrese children reaeh the 5th grad.e, they wou-Ld generalfy have been still- further behind in their
Neeno

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NII{TIGRATION

v Eadc'rood

I, A/t{ew Delaylng Tactic Says N.A.A.C.P. Head Totat. relcedon rcbool for

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,. Xr3tcr*Thc Ber3en CounI ll-rg|F _nffit rr,.- Coirr.i.'ir rrmhl Dqtnllty, ln r rtrlement I rlllttc{ --Qlrurdry;- ehrrred". th?
3btt Fln{rtloo' d{rer erlrt ln urylamod rbootr, uur raili lii

of lbc Borrd of Edrrcailoo;r seo-tbc trel lntersrcdlatc

wtt

rn-

Herrkoo, prertdcot ot.
AssoelrUoo,lor tbe Advrnmt of Colored People. . lTtrc plan ls lust enotber.In a long rtrln3 of delaylng tlcttcr tu avdd feclng tbc rcat lsrue'-ol
r

I ln nelfhbrhooC Ht'Boerd rnnouneod lert wrt tbt lt hrd m lntentlon puttlnl tho ontlrc rehool ryrtcm otr I ccaatrd lnl,crncdletc Dlln. tt rddt{. howevcr, thet when tho rcrultr ol thc lllth. end rhth.
lnrlruetton

itII' 'bG 6nc-u?cd -- tn- tfr Eryl. Etrtct . Juulor tll gtr,School thlr trll ln thc pllot Drbfrrm.'rnd, wlll rcmlt'. rt thc r[hml nert througt thc rlrlh grldo. AU rlrth.|rrdc rludcntr 'orrrcbool thb frll wtll enterlnf rccclvo

ffi"i!r-Tif",ui{Ftrffi$

gedt .. progrtd-._Wgrc rtudlcd, rrcld lrnbrlener from tho hlndcr.
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dopl roold bo tehGo to ellcyleto'

dr

tlon lor thc bervlly Negro ttnrcoln gcfoot. Llncoln Sctr"of rutfr. Sl.derl lrc to tttend lntegret& clrrrcr tt I centrelkcd ;"[;l la Scptcmbcr, but ttrc-rcrneUAci o{ lhc rhool wlll rcmatn atmoii
.

'r?lr. . Accordlug lo JUr.t. Brrbara tflY, _l C. O. H. E. leadcr. the Iloup'r nrlnpry grtpc lr tbri the Plr! -6or. mt provldc lntegra-

ful, pcrrnltr thlC . rcifrbffllorrlir cg.[tfquc.. la. .the .Sqr- fonira'tlve
Superlntendcnt of Schools. whlle carrylng out ttra flfth-grade, phn, .rhould formulate and reeommend otber pl8nt.". trELt_TDurrday-thr

gr.Uou wlthln'-'th-cltncrfr lirader. He pruumably r€fcrrcd to tbe plen Co group rtudentr eccordlng to thelr matbematlcel and rcadtng abtllty. "The mone dlrturblng polnt," Harrkon rald, ls thst the Board, whlle rdrnlttlng thgt ecgregrtlotr erlgtr and lr qO-ugfSgodly bare.-

facto--segrqtll lon -ln.-ou ncntary rctloot!, " Harrlron d+ clered. {irrlroo sald the Bolrd'r. plal contelncd provlalons tbt nlgbt actually:. prorrmte further ragr+

clertrnterT rchoolt. "Tbo .Board eanlrct havo the cttroatcry ro rrt that the elfla ronrl petlence tl,e rlralnid through pcrlod of ttudy,i. ho raii. :nothcr

hrd rufllelcnt tlmc 0o rtudy the problcm' ol rrclrl lmbrltnG?;*lnd uld thcrc lr Dow no Jurtilleailon for c.ootlnucd rgrctlilon ln thc

n fhrough tourth lrrtlocel' rc{roolr. gredo. ln thc Hrrrtrol uld tho Boerd hrr

the

"Thc Dlen provldes only that

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Ilr.:nl you for your laticr of July 15r i.n uiuch you co,neat adve;cei.y upm the ac-r pian f,oc iategratiq:, suggested by tbe EnSleuooC Eoa;d

of

E<hrca

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h. Ilcubirye: is PreseatLy auay ia Europc, aad irr'rcrdiatcly upqa h:.s return, I will disgtre e tbe conte:lt of youl' ietter trith h:a aad be :n lpuch uith yoil.
Siacerely yorrs,

GOVEFJION

Iloeorable Vinceate K. Tibbs Fotrrtb llard Couacilnan Eaglewood, New Jersey

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1962
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bor-[ Ka,,uu,ooD : Dr. Erwin Lc. I and stagerr the nrost irrationai n,,r nro.',i';";;;: ;;.1 ;;; .".. conceivert againsr a! a I vinso'n, or il33 I sarv them again gleu'ooct, lifelong residenc of En'lmerchants' ttericling I gtewood, and ,o"k;r;;; :;r"'; | ,ir"J-,tp demonsrration, dorvn anyone with group of Iifth grade ;;;;r: *J.nil ,nJ ri'o,'tins t.:::l ly in lavor ot the neighborhooa o" oppo'ite ioint of r.ier1'-nf]
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follorving statement'i"t-lit-tto"p I tntt 11T^':l By pttblic stiltement' I at the Board of .Eclucation meeting'lirnmcdiatelr-' prcss voice ancl in the last l'hurscla.v, and i. toffving tun'lf'v lltl li:: I any plan port for sttclt a progrnm ttnong l&'notrnced and rcjeetcd pronosed ttoa,'tt of litlucal.ion, pa.cnts ot fitrh *rriI'.trir.rr-" i" ltne. proposc I ['c euarles, noo.*u.ii anrl Clcve- | or indicatetl tlte.v .rvottltl l. anv l boycott lantl school areas. l-tc or"n"r.t u I'r'rr.y threutcned '";;;ri;;;;" 'rrrev hareI
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ENGLEWOOD _ flre full text 3j r'el.l.y, presidcrrtgivcn by,Iohn lh. starement rr. of the Englc'ari. u,ood .Boarcl ol' Eclucation in nouncing the estnblishment of thc Ccnlral Intennediate School last Thursday night is publishecl herc. u'ith:

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; I I I of Education is not involved in any i { litigation," Juclge Abram A. Lebson, i attorney fol' thc Boarcl, announcecl last
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, /t'hc illajoriry Will Bc Hcard "As of norv, lhe Engiervood Board

This program rvill involve a fifth and sixth gr.ndc jn thc l,eal Iollorving.

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scgregation nncl i.s clr.:tcrnrined to carlicr gt.ades, Orrr.gcal i.s lo fortake some definitc act,ion that rvill mrr-late and cnr.r.y otrl:l rc.sponlead to ending such segregation. sible progrntn rvhich rvill exhaustivel.v stucliecl the situation

tvill be begun this Sefr. experience [hat u,c "i tember. The Boarcl ha.s .statecl Central Intermeclialegain in the Sclroot will man.y times that it in opposecl to have usefrrI applic:rtion in thc
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We do not. intcnd this prclgram ..l'he Englervoocl Boarcl of Educa. tion has previously indicatccl thit to develop into a centraliz.ecl kina pt'ogr:lm to allevirte racial im- derga.rten through fourth grrde, balance in the elenrcntary school but we expect that mueh f.f.ri

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Boarcl took definite action to approve its annourrced plan lor a Central Internre(liate School, to rvhich all fifth grade l)upils in the city's public schools rvoulcl be requirerl to report in September, and all fifth and si.rth gracle pupils a year

To this pul.pose, thc Board

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3nd .nrrnrer.ous propol;::ls for chang. lng..lt, incltrdirrg thosc .sugge.stion.s outljned in lhc rcpor.t to the Boar.cl tire school s.vslern.'l.u r.eclucc r.e. b.y -former Superintendent Stearns mnining r.acial inrb:rltrrrce and a grelt numbr.r offercd by o.trt ottr elcnren[lr..v schrrolthroughsy.stcnl, member.s of the Boarcl nnd th; the Boar.rl has requestecl lhe Su. community. The Boarci rvould like pe.rint,cndcnt [o lorrnrrlate and to use thi.s opport unity to thank omntcncl supplenrentrry plan.srec. for

a bct(er raci:rl balance. Thc Cen_ tral Intermecli:rte School i.s ilrc first step n fir..st step tlrrt hns educttiolr:r - arlvarrt:rges for our. en. I

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This school is to be convened, accorcling to the Boarrl's latest franbic maneuJ ver, in the olcl Englervoocl High School huilding, in the hearl, of the Business \? Districl. The plan was announced, i.gnoring the t'ccenL rccommen(labion of dl ,$ the Mayor and Council lhat no action

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The action wus :rlso taken by lhe Board before lhelc could be any asscssment

of public reac[ion to the plln,

fice educational stanclards. lVith these critcria in vicrv,

*,orkable and that rloes not sacri.
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noi. I It must provide nn orclerly solution that is adrninistratively
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must be withjn tire scope -3..1t of the Board's authority. CI";;tv;
urban renerval is

opporLunity of attencling a school near their home iI at nlf possible.

to meeting thc .'lhe Board is convinced l.hat. a cd uca tio na I !i ha I le rigcs o f ou r p.lan to be rcsponsiblc must meei timcs. lls blsic purpose n,ill be thc following critcbir: l. It must be educat,icnnlll, sounrl lo givc each pupil in<liviclually as - oll thc chiltlren nrany bcncfits of edrrcation as he tor 2. It must give ail children the an hlnclle and :rs the school sys[etn ean feasiblv provide.
arldres.ses

This progratn gocs beyonrl the .ljme to suggest ilroughtful po.ssibilitie.s to us; \\,e have re. problcnt of r.;rci:rl inrbalancc arrrl vrerved

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those Englervood citizcrrs who havc

our consider.ntion.

as \\'as evincecl later cluring Lhe public

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riiscussion period at the Boartl m'ccting. Thc facb that, 1400 peolrle 'hacl

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rvithin a $'eek's time signed

pebitions

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refercnrlum in November; Lhc fact, thab to many people integrabion
and segt'egation becamc of themselves

irrelevartt whcn their childrcll \vere

to learve thc nei.ghbolhoorl school ancl pioneer a new eclucational plan in a previously contlemned school builcling was appll'ently not givcn considera[ion.
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The nerv uniterl pal'enb acbion group rvhich includes membership frorn all five sehool aleas in the cil.1,, and rvhiclr is intelestcrl in mainbaining the neighborhoocl school pl'ogl'tm as best from an eclucational anrl eonvenience vicwpoint, has announced ibs plans to con' tesb the Boat'cl 1llan, talting the fi.qht to Governor: Richarcl Hughcs by melns of telegranrs anrl let[cls, to the State Commissioncr of Bcluc:rlion, and [o bhe courts in orcler to avcrt rvhat they ctll

Board has in.structerl the Super.

"bhis irtjttstice bo our chilrlren."

Flonr hcrc, iL loolis like bhc Board of Etlucation, flip-floppin.q aronnd in an cffort to please everyonc, u'ill rvincl up
pleasing nobody.

Thc nrilitanb anrl very vocal minorily opinion has been n'cll airecl rlulin.g Lhe
p:rst several nronths. anrl h:rs succeedcci

in giving Dnglcrvood a sociul,

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tional. antl nrolirl bltck c.ve throughout the countr'1'. Pclhlps thc actions of a clcterrninerl antl unitcd rnajority of Lhe cit.r"s pcoplc - (tlrc llcople rvho are paf inr thc hills) oncc zll.ousecl frorn their lethal'S.\. u'ill clo nruch to rcslore a tralancerl vicrvpoint of the cil.v's
prolrlems.

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pqlliplied bere.

fld qgm_grous proposals for chang. rg ;it,,iyrclUding those ien$, -E Sreat number offered by
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rilinb'd, in.the report,to the goaid 'tornnpr Supegntendent ! Stearns

Sugggstionst

ilite ipr{lnuniW,,The,Bpard wouta t$)r-use thls::opportunit5r ta, thank

ngr4hers ; of",'the Boarfl and i,thd
'Englewood citizens who havg trme time ,to sul suggest thoughtful iUtieq to us: we have re. us; rei.
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Pl4n to be rdsponsible must meet' img rouowlng crlterla: fthp 1o11owing criteria: i; t. tl.myst be educarionally sbuna i,

errhniil^J idear-luu*-itt;;':,:' ,fire Boud ir'.inui*.J-irrui l

that is administiatively workable arid tffi'ffif,not sacri__lice educational standards., \, witti these criteryia in--view, the
has \'yd r*e"*"- instructed i.\.#"t-r'-'Vi J

, j, $or.all the ,children. f ,2. It'musf, give 'alt iliitar;il"thei, topportunity of attending a school;l possible. P3"S:l Pte if at hll the scope ,I :- 3. It mubt be within of the Board,s authority. Clearif ir,r'ban renprial is not. i I, lt , must provide an . orderly golution

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Du,ight Girls,'tie Flislbe(h . Morrow School and :the .-3nglewood School for Bo1s, andpians

lor' a -joint-fund _1aisinq. sr{ort;.1! ordei.lo protideleniarJld and-im'
provecl .faciliUes parents,

for:all

schools, 'is rvith pres- scbools. The .the

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auou:rced this-week in a letterto tidn
-faculty,

and secondar5l
pFogram of the Foun-

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'{ormer stu<ients of

friends, and

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schools, tbe Jetter. being signed by Ftank Il. McCloskel', president- of thc Dwigbt School Tlustee Board; \4:illiam S- DuBois, president of tbe Eiisabeth Morrow School Board; and Tbomas J- Nolan Jr., presideut of l.he Englewoocl Scirool Itustees.

Englewoocl

-neighborhooil,tscbool dation will be directed toward tbe neai their homes.', tt - r- .; ,' central goals of improvirog instruc'have alreadi- leli rt tion, avoidin'g tiuplication, reducing Te-legrams costs and enbancing the structure sent ,out by. a number of parente of independent education iD t'he in the organized .group. and otlers

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courts -rn order

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signing tbe lettsi ard mem- upon' ;lor "-tie_ JoUowing:'b ne 1u"". of the boaid- of. th'e -rduiaa- Je arnia g cen ter-.,ilnc\uding a scf encd I tibn whiet in clu iles' repilsantaiives' *enter] lair guage-tabbr'at6ri eC,riiomg Iof a1l three schobh-:'lt[rs; P,'ff,' ior,psycho logical'and guidinci -s€ry:

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area..'.-;,- -"-i.- .t fop prioritie'i'fiarrc blen a Eler :gd

faugt, It\,. J. AUord 3rd, E.]..B"i;, -Chilton.
Ltttiss Constance

Dwighland F7, glewoocl Scbools, I Nolai,: Donald V. Low_q,Frank B. MuhUeidl,, this Center rdeasing certain roo I fDuB'ois,-,I{;cl;sk'ey
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lby, DIaxweU II. Ilpson, David Van building with study hall aanex lor 'and -Davenport West Jr. Englewood.Scbool {or Boys, to aclek6lrq, Citlng. the. fact tbat tbe _tbree commodate 325 -boys il. gradegJboys-in erades 7 I cliools toe elher-lcnn sr i t u l€ : itrr:c- 'Lo JZ}z multi3urrpoie x5,mnsslu!q-' l| ture of private education ranging rnditorium f6r the Elisabeth MorI I fto- pre-primaiy througb to col- rstl' School, to inclpde art and shop It"gu entraabe, 'the . Ietter poioted rooms; and' 'ultimately a _Dew

policy on the scbo^t changgs are b'eiag 'circulated thir weeL'r
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.'ft was reported rhis week thd a- ._ l--. -. of parents .of dildcea o,rlob"t at'Ijacoln antl Libertr S6bools, ae weII as at Quarle!, loos-evelt r"q,
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lout that each scbool finds itself fac- and modern gymnasium for Dwigbt terested i" the Neighborhood. ling i need to enlarge .and improve Scbool, and more . classrooms for SCbool Policy 'group, and'Joininl ifacilities, due to population growth, Dwight and Elisabeth Morrow in tbe. fight -fu .lstqil the -system-' [the "great and bearteni-ng zurge of Scbools. ;- -= il ' '. . Petitions will.'be d.irected towaril Tbe 'Foundation has €ngagd the-State Cornmissioner of -Educafi:terest in education, the cbaUenge i fto advancement and exce]lence that a'chitects.to male plans and cost hon _ as tUe tirst step towird e ps felt througbout tbe naUon.', ' estimates, and is now planning for court"'test of the' neigbborhood I Announci-ng the joint fund-rais' the joint campaign,- furtberun- scbool poUcy and .the Central'Inhng effort, 'tt r+'as emphasizeil tbat nouncemebts to be made.at a later tersrediatc School-as plamed Jor pach school is iirm in its desire to date in con:restion with Lbe fund hglewood- - /, -, I p-esen'e its own individrr:l entity,

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wcek, as it announcetl its plnirs Dr, A' Ilarry Passorv. nf 't'ench. for intcgrrtiori- o( thc fiftfr' ,n,i ll er's Collegc, Colunrbir Univcrs;irl sixth gradc classcs of thc citv's il public schools and thc cstahlish.;1 sct the pace for tht herrint rrlrot h: -strtc<t that ,,thc pl;rn ,riif nl..i ment o( a Centrat irt"rr*Jiril ll Ii:tbhi Inrin ., conviction tr!. Bllnk expr.essccl th-e that ":ncre'.;;-;;] no conlprontisc on rvhr( is es. scnti:tll.r' r morll is..uc," and cal. tco tor frrll integration. I.lc statcd I I
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lrom both sitles,

this

w,il, hosrilitl, from borh sidcs, but E"jl:l uotl u'ill bc s'eu r;.1.';

(Cont/nued From Prge l) step. { , ln corinecl,ion rvith the proposerl : rcfercnclum, Juclge Lebson for the

Bocrrd AclopLs Neru {clrcol PIun

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P,'{iro, Bonrrl, o,, Vru Sclnol Plarr.
To the &titor,
cation in your Letters to the Edi.

can,e both rrom rhosc

'a ;'rrl;r ;iil sourccs, and parents oI somc school ll children felt thrt it was "r gooa ll i first step loward intcgrrtion.', ll . Criticism of the Boardi. ,.tion ll I
also prrise.from

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Board had not sone '"n"',.li'lillll rri .nn.ictr
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to

.belicf rhar ihc

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that such proccdure goes through the oflice oI the ltlay or and Coun.
c

put a refcrcnclum on the ballol,
il.

IJoard .statecl lhat the Board cannot

to the Englewoocl Board of Educa_ tion. He woulrl weleome its publi-

The enclosed letter

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being

.sent

tor column. Gentlemen:
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fltj:t1 l:itlt innt r.c:(r hc rvas glad the Board lill'l said trc rvrs srao tne hrd takctr. this positive stcp. It's tot !.hg people of Englervood linto. (ighting cach othcr and ,prcvailcd at the Junc goard ses.ll jto.'stol plan .rjo.rhe work,

llmiting lhc rrnount oi'tin,* rorlf debate, the possiuility ."ttitiglJ "i nff rt_nn* ti-^ tlrlI! ofltlrrr.rljrauc$iorurtceo$tiqr.q-llte,ll 'ur^r*rarrrcinrr uoaii cuniiaei.d--iit,-ili-i;*i;;[ of any dcmonstral.ions such as ttri lI

varos of ri,.-Ciii." , Sevcrll rqrrocntt exprcs!,cd tne ]] oqrcrdr re..sidcntr exprcssctl the tendance_thc Board,s .lttorncy. ll i convictiorr that they rvould take the. rtrntter to court, in ordcr to Judge Abiam r\. Lcbson. outlined ll rules o{ proceclurc for tire ii.fr.io ll 'ntake it possiblc for their childrcn u'hich *'as to come latcr during trt. l[ .i to rttcnd thcir ncighborhood public discussion perio<1. itto*i in.ll ,ttI"ol .. I (-o(lncrlrnrn vinccnte lt' arrrrrrrr nrisinr+iar of applnusc as ll i . Councilnran Vincente lr. Tibbs eludcd climination ^r -_*,-.,.^ -- lI

Ai the outset o[ the Board nrcct. ll ins, herd rasr rhursrrry Acadcmic llall, rvith approxinrirtcly ff 300 persons in :rttcndancc-somc. ll wb:rt below carlicr estinratcs ""r.'"r- lf wbat hnlow .arti., ..ri,,nr-^. of at.ll

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The Rer'. George Derner, speaking for the Englewood Ministerjal Association commended the Board on its action, on the ground of What is good and right, constitu. tional and democratic."

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Philip Foster, Bnglewood resident, rvho recently bought r new
horne

in

Englewood, opposed the
horr.re

plan, statinE that the new
rvas prtrposely

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wood's grammar .school.s. We iec. ognize, es you must .surely reeog. nize, that there arethose in th; community who leel that you have j done too little and some rvho feel ; .uou heve done loo much, \\rhile

, We congratulale 1,ou upon the announcement of the first step of lyour plan {or the elimination of , de facto segregation of Engle.

may differ with you

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on a

i',::,[",l]ffi:''.,:.T';j"}i':li;], rrvrrr crr rou

dcnro

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near a neighborhoocl school lor the convenicnce o( his famil-"-, and (hat he now {inds they would have to go a long way lro6
home.

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'for
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of your plan, we

feelings about some

our details commend you

of the

in

having taken this first courage. ous and forthright step.

Paul Zcber, Nerv York attorney who represented the parents of the nine Englbrvood Negro children rvho un.successfully contended for enrollnent in the Donald Quar. les School, onl.y to bave the ease

It is our intention to strpport your decision ancl to do ali 'we
to make this first step a
can to enlist community support
succe.ss

i;tltctt tlLt f: Yt "19t atalt sat' thc Board's progrrm,"

he stated. ll Residcnts dallengcd the facili' ll . Pcrry of the Board's decision tolf ,ties at thc En!le strcet sehool, 'contending tha.t, "thc facilities in opcn the Ccntrnl tntr.inrcrliatcll all the elcmcntary schools are alt the elemcntarv qchnnlc rr. Srhnnl tlri.r (nnln.rlrnr for ntl'rrrrh- ll -school llrir Scptenrbcr frrr nll'pub. ll bctter than thosc at ll Enrlc prrrlo nrrnils. nrrtl ,c sehool ilfth grrtlc pupils, :rrrrljl Englc llc school flfth 'in Scptcnrber of 1063 to rll fifth ll strcct"' Dr. Shcdd, in rcsponsc to nn sixth gradc pupils, l)r, trlnrk ll Cttcstioning stated that thc buill' R. Shedtl, thc Superlntenrlcrrt o( ll ing rvottld bc re'furbishcd beforc Schools s'ls crllcrl upon to stntc ll the opetting of classrooms. Arnold Brown, for the Urban how tho nery school rvoultl onernte. ll . Dr. Shedd staterl thrt t'c n*v ll LeaSuc, statcrl that the Lcaguc Central School rvoukl nrnic pos. ll favored. "Pl.an six" of the Stearns riblc the rlevclopnrcnt nf' "open ll ttoot' in its cntircly, .and tcrmcd ,.inr. enrollncnt,,in the lo*.er alenierr. ll lh: mo.ve for correction of trry classes, (kintlcrgnrterr irtr",oir ii balance"-in lhe fifth gradc a.part (Conlinucd on pagc 4) rqec {' '--"" lourth grades) ns wcll rs lenrl ltself ll

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of the U.S, Fcderal Court at Nervark las't week bl' Judge ..Lnthony T. Augelli, qua. ried thi.s week: "If they can inte.
throu'n out grate the fifth and sixth grades, way qrn't they do it for the entire
school system."
Al.so opposing the move was lhe County Chapter of COR-E, which

j so that you may be free to ex_ ; pend your time and energies in I preparing a plan to eomplete the i desegregation of our schools by i September, 1963. We are encouraged by yorrr recognition' of thc importance of bringing the be.st edueational op.

Foltorving rnnouncement by ltlr.

ble level.

portunities to all our children ancl urge )'ou to continue your efforts to 'raise the .standard of education in Englen'ood to thc highcst possi.

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ternted the Board's plan a.s.,far short of what is needed .Vc are

Very truly

your.s.

limit for integrating any but fifth and sixth grades."

shocked that the board has not even committed itsclt to any time
the

HERBERT DER.\

ALICE B. DERN

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to othcr long rnnge possihilitics, Under thc plan, pupils l ithin lhe

ts'o mile linrit rvould be

rcspon.

sible for gctting to and fronr irchool by lamily or indilidual nlclns, transportiltion boing provirlcd for

thosc nrore than trvo nrilcs lrurl'. Children rvould bc orgarrizctl in homc roorrr groups for oricntrlion and rssinrilltion, and then groupcrl for sonrc clnsser (particulnrll' rcrrrl. ing and nrathcrnatics) according to abilities, cach pupil cncounrgcrl to proceed as rapidly ns possible. . A special librar;- rvill be dcvcl. opcd. with r s'idr". selcctiorr of books for thc particul;rr asc *roup. morc laborltory cspcrienccs nratlc possible, a teaching strf[ to hc dras'n fronr thc citl' schools. lt l'ls staterl thrt thc rres'school rvill - elinrinatc racial inrbll:rncc in lhc fifth grlrle;rnd proridc l)c(tcr trnn. sitiorr fronr elcrnentlry lo sccond.
a11'schools.

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Mn. pureln Cc -il-lfiiFuge.ch nld lI per tecnt ,c^3.to. r tnc eommllteo,r rupportcry rrc c8r0. "lYr ir9_ mt opporcd lo lnle. pulictr ;;;-,

fcd thc

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Governor Rlchard J. Ilughes, Trenton, New Jersey Dear S1r:

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bul1cl1ng on Engle Street.

As a resLdent of EngLewood wlth tbree elementarJr school chlldren, I wlsh to proteet the declelon of or::c Board of Educatlon to t ranefer all flfth-grade students fron our flve gramnar schooLB to a alngle
Such a plan w11] conpel the great nal o:rlty of our ten-year-olds to use publlc transpo:rtatlon whlch ls alreaSr eadly over-burdened.

Thle serlousrthreat to eafety 1s made even more Benaclng by questlon8 as to the safety of the Engle Street bulldtlng 1tself, and the fact that 1t ls. sltuated a mere block fron the Cttyrs prlnclpal aad bus-

legt

1nter8ect1on.

nJ-fled. ;Thdre.,l!.s ll.ttle serloug obJectlon to lntegratlon-1n nn!:.ew6oA, aa rflltnesd the-,i1ong-lntegrated Jun16r and Senlor nlgh Scnoots. .There 14, howeverr::stre-nuoua obJectlon to actlons guch as thls one, whlch w111 only aerve to d[slocate and meiace all of our chl].dren rvlthout neally s.tlgfylnS ; a, rilnorlty. 0u! Boatd of. Educatlon has workecl long and consclentloualy, under extreme presaures; ln an attenpt to solve a problem for whlch lt 1s not respoaslblci slnce 1t stens fron butslde lts Jurlscllctlon. Orr segregatlond,f ).lke most tn the North, ls econonlc rather than tracl.al'. Centafnfy. ihdre :.s Do pat solutlon, but I belleve that the mogt practlcal.-oae would be opeu enrol.lnent wlthln the 1O0l capacltles of tbe present. elementarllr s-choo1e, wlth gradual expanslo'n of these bulldlngs untl1l,* the Llngolnischool can be abandoned. Ttrl s plaa would, fron- the - v6$l',,1, leglnnlng, provlde at least as much echo-ol lntegraiton as the.Boardtg;pLan, but wlfrrout the mass dlelocation whlch illll only SSSray?te ?+:3.hreedy dellcate sltuatlon. The orderty lntegratlon to De acnlevec. tnrough open enrollment would funthernore have the best clance of. eventuall.y. el-l.nl.natlug the resldentlal segregatlon whlch 1s the rea]'' cnlx ofi the;.Brob1em. i.;.i ..r ' . a 'i ;;,.',!..,:,ri:...j. ..i{ grSentlyfr;"eiluest the asslstance of your offlce andl tbat of the comlsslone:r':ci{f,3tlucatlon 1n avertlng the 6haos whlch uust nesult fron the Boardr.a. plirir .and 1n worklng towdrde a more ratlonal Bolutlon. pectfully yours,

Thoughtful c1t1zen3 conalder thlg an awkward and dangenous comprgnl qe,- but,.not, a solutlon, of a pnoblen whlch has been gnossly nag-

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..rt the lloard of E<lucation nleet' i ing on Jul.v 12, Lhe president of the i tc"gu* of \\'otnen Vo'ters of En' lgleuood. Itrss Itarl' lnuise Ntrel' I sen. rnadc a statenlent supporting ithc Board of llucation's action in i setting up a centril fifth grade as Ithe first step tou'ard eliminating

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Lr,'g"t IX)$ilircf I actiott on sclrcol
lTo thc Edilor:

{ t'tro.se genuinely crlttcerttetl rvitlt ithe u'elfarc of thcir children cltt thcmsel\.es -no* b1' :r I borr
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Itos'ard the new cclltral
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lracial imbal;rnee in the Engleuood
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clementa.;- schools- uccause this statement s'as based on requlre' i ments develoPed bY the kagtte
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I tVo all knou'that there is nrr lsinrple \ra]', scographicnlll', to in' It.gttt" Englerlr.rocl's elcrtrctttar-v, lschxrls. But as a [)lrellt rlltrrst'
I tu'o children havc I pool and bus to

Street school"

tion. r';e would like to reiterate the rcrsoos for this stand. i r.-This plan olfers educational
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after months of stud)' of the situa'

travelled h]' clr:

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vicrving )h'. Tibbs on T! llast Sund;r1'. and attcnding the last i Bourd ol liduc:rtlon meeting, there lare a I'crr points I rvould Iike to lbring out. .\tr. Tibbs states that irnore colored familics should be lllistributecl in the fii:t and rcconcl irvarrls. but are unable to fintl hous. ling. Xnorving Lhe economic situa. Ition of rnost residcnls of the fourth : r,'trrt ( rlhite ancl colorccl) I Iail i

lCriticizes Tibbs) iOn Ecortonrics { lUtt Lcortonrr,cs lTo the Editor:
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advantaSes for all children. Centralization of grades u'ith' i in o,r" sehool ean lead to the more and sup' I efficient use of specialists; to I plies and equiPment relative

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good school rvitlt a raciallr'1 providcs I integrated studerrt bodi' :i the best possible edttcatiun' Ol,' i
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see rvherc this rvoukl be possible. riancl still havc them able to maintajn

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in the higher tax bracket

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timall."- the integratecl pattet'rl of course, bcxin lleforc or
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step torvard

full intcgration.

be centralized.

the central school offers excitittx

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leducational possibilities.
I grams can be geared i

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specificalll' to

ia limited age group; departnrental
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upon parent initiativc. This first step represents po' isitile action tosard integration in iseptember 196?. sould hare Prefer' i *. League more detailed ired to see a Plan
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teaching can be bcgun: the libra'I appeal'I ; r-v can bc riclt in lnaterials

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Parents excited b1' the potetrtial of this school could do sotne spe'l cific things: l. Form a PT.\ as sootl as possible; 2. Set uP LibrarY and possibl:r Lunchroom committees: 3.

ing to fifth-and sixth.graders.

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.n.l tinre schedule calling. not only for centralization of the new fifth gra<te in September 1963 (as pres' I ented by the Board), but for

Explore transportat ion problerns and work out arrangements for
at

bus service, car pools, and guards

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thorough integration of grades kin' four- IIo'*ever, i d"t;"tt"n through

crossings.

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Englcs'ood's future as an atttrac'

iou rvish to commend the i gor.A fr: t:king these f irst steps li

tire. thriving contmunity
high qualitl'.

demands

a fulll'-integratcd school s]'stem of

tet's be about it.
Sincerel-v -r'ours,

Su:rnna Plaloff

(llrs. R. G. Platofft
i2? Eelmott
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order to assure the rais' ing of the lesel of education for i alt students. the need for addition' al personnel. particularll' special'

ists and remedial help, must not be

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overlooked. 3.-The Board of Edueationi
of

should consider greater utilizationrl school buildings for after'school li ll ac'.ir rties. both extra-curr.icular and and cultural f or homerlork aid pro3rams. The buiidings might also be used for pre-school activities'

inter-group actisities might be of materjal i i oti"tua through study

Durina the summer.

exPeriences

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l'irst Vice-President F irst I lce-rreslsrlrt Engleuood

trague o( $omen Voters

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. L Ncarly 1,000 porsons hirre so flr. joirrcrl ilrc Crrrnuriilt,r, lo Sarc Our.Nci(hbor.ltootl Schnols (scc PitSc it *.hich js
ricnurnrlin,: tltat rhc Boirrrl of lirlrrcation allandon f,,r.thu,ittr i(s gllitrr of cotr,. pellirrg

r\. (i;rrlil1,

All Dullrrls rrl bth !r.it(l(: prrpils in linglcrvrrori prrblic schoolg Itlrt't, l)r.'t..rr itrr.itcrl lrr a rrrcelirr;.i al llrr, l)lrralri A. t;rrlll,,s Schortl orr l);rvisott plircn r11 rrc rrarrr !r:r5 p.rrt, \\'t,ritrcsrrll' r'rr1.lr1g lirrinil llrr' pl:rn fur' prrpil asl,jlrrrrrcrri irr S,lriutrrtx,r. lrrrrlrosc of orrt. I)r' ]llr'lr sh.rrrr. rrr. rrcu srrpr.r.irrtr:rrrrcnt of st.rrrrrrrs. rrnrr r,.r.;rr.rs
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trr,rr' .ssis(trnL sul)(,rinl(:n(lc,rL.

ltt'rtcrlrlrrlr':t irrrrl

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t't'nlt';tlizcrl s<,hlol rrhir.'h rvill lre srtl rrp in lho olrl jrrnior lri,lh s(hooi 0n li;ngl(! slr(!c(. 'l'lx,rrrr,r,ling is,r-pr.<.(t,rl lo rr,\\,lrl thr,'pirri,n ol. lhr,palrtnls rrs rv0ll. 'l'hc Pl;rrt lrs;rnnorrrrclrl lrr.lltc lJolrr.rl,rf lirlrrr:;rlirrn tlrrrl;rll 5lh,.lt,;t(ltl.s rrrrrsl lclrvc Iheir.Jrrr.sllrl nr.,ii.lhlrrrrlrorrrl rrtc;rnt schnoll :rtttl lr{tcn<l cllrs:;r.s on l.inglr.,;.11.1,1,1. 'l.li,: h,r;ri.rl rvill n,rl p,.u"i,l" t,:,,r,.. ntlt'lirliiln r'.rr:clll in r;rsr,s r!lrIr:r,t.r,sirlr,111,1-, is ltr,,v.'rrrl lhr:2.rnilc lintil..

pl,,n..; nr,,, t'xlrr;rirr rhr-,rhcrrr!'irn(r r)r.ir(.rifi,s,,f rrrc lrro;r,,s,,,:

rvili rlescr.il,,,

of Educarion is irrr.iting t)ar.cnf s of 5l h gr:rrlt childr.t'n l. uttonrl a ut l).rrulrl ..\, euirr.lcs Scho.l 'l(,.tint. \l'edrre;rllr.v niglrl. r\rrg. I, u.hr,n l)r. r\lar.k;r-hadri. ncrr.srrltcrirrtcnderrl ol sclro.ls, rrirl rrtrllirrc prlrr.r f.r'assigriug itrr gr.urrr.rs to lhe jrrrrior.high school ltrrilrlin3. .t.triri,,.,"ci i,rg in scp{cnrrre' is orrl.r.for,sth gt';rrl. pn'orts. r'hc B.r'd pr.ns'r,r f.r.(rrcr. lrurrric,rccr i'gs rrntir Scpl
crrr

nc;ll'Cst h0til{'. 2. Meanwhile, thd Board

5rh anrl 6tlr gradcr.s ro lt,ar.e thcir.ncighborlrrvr<l schools rn<i Ittlctttl l (1.rilrill.z.(l irrl.''ntt,tlinlc school irr lhc ulrl l.lnAlc strcr,l .irrnior high sclrrxrl builrlirrg. ,l.he glorrp is:rtso fctii'io,rin*t.r,,*,,,.n,rr llrrAhcs lo l)rlrtcct thr: r.ighls 0[ |n1.(.111s trr st,nrl ih0ir.chilrlr.eil lo
thr-,st,horrls

bcr,

tllarrv Sigrr li'or. licl(:r.(:n(lunr
rrloth,td of Jlrrpil trssignrrrr.nl :rrrrl {;rn111p1.i113 sillr lltc n0iIlhlxrr.horrrl I I.l'{lcurrrrrl, r"( r'|'rcr-{'n('unl c()nrnr,tr('c .xrrecl: i Itrc,.,,;,,,.,,,,(t'rn c()'l,r;1,.o.",,...,,' i::,',,]"] l,:,ll:.itt':,in tu tr,,",,'in;;'.ri*,;;',,;.;i;;,;."' I lirlr'a'rl F..l.'nr;'n rlf Z{l Clt(.iill,rt sl,.'r.,1. r.har.rrn:tn'l I tlt. r.ol.rr.. .i rnflunl I)('lllr)ils cnrnrnillr,r,, s;rls pr.lilions rrr.r,slill,r, c;a,,,,t"]i,,^ rrnrl si1';rtur.(,s .r.r, hci.g ,,hi:rirt.,rr ,f,,ifi ,fn.piio',1,.:'r;,,r,;;r,,;.'1,;i',':';;l: / i j ttntiti<,n.st;rt(,s.tltlt..arr1.rlr.astl,:.:h,,n;.:n" strch such;rs huvc bccn rlrs. I i lnenlalion in l)C srrbnritterl t0 Jrrrllli<: r.efr:r.cnrlrrrrr prior to tlrcir irn1rl,,. / I :.'*.:,'..stlr)lt/(l or.rlcr.th.rt a lrtrt,feolrnA rrf tlrc cit_v prlttrrlatiolr I trnciclst,.<l arrrl thar rhis rna.jor.ir.v opinil,n i,r,'*ir,*-lllrli;';;_;d,:;:. l,r ] drren \\nlcn ls dc.scrve(l ation rrhich is dc.scrverl in our denror,r.rti. fol,tn nr grtvcrtttnent.,, ' I ottr dentoct.atit, t,,r.,- of r..,,^-.,.-..-r,r i
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cout.t lrrs tlisrnisscrr tho.srrit rh:rt crrlrgctr ringrurloorl rvi(rr rrisclrrninlrion. 5. Or. Shedd, the suparinlcndent, n,ill nrLlrcss lhc llrrnr;rrr Rll;r. lir)11s (:()rr('il :rr ir .r('r'rin,.l *t ()rr;r'i.s,\crrorr[r'rrt,srrir],*iriht,.l.ry iil on lll: lnpir: "'l'hc (i,rnl.r.:rlizt:tl St,lronl _ llorl lt \\rill ()pc.rllrlrr..,
arr.v

.3, NAACP, CORE, and Urban League rontirlrrc lo rt'rl dr h g'.de prrn, ;rrrhorrgrr trrcir. s{:inrr is torl'totrrr oplrust. the lll h tlcscg'cg.ti'n oI r,irrcorrr sehror u.ilh'trt ,,gr arrrr.risrrr.,.anrr irrrnc,rriarr, 4. The Mayor arrd Comrnon Council .nilcr.,,ln thoir.pirsilion lhni ;rltlrrrrr;ih s.h..l p,lic.r' is <r*r.r.rrrirrcrr l)). lhc iru,;;r (r of rirrrrcrrrion, rlrr. ll'rttrl slt'rtlrl rt't hlr'c lulicrt:rrt1.ttt,li.n nrrrr.. sit.rrlrl n'l'lr'r,'.*rtir. ilrl] anllr,u.c.tl).ilt hrr shour<r rr'r,e ralir,rr rrrprr: rir]l(,to tltt'irnplicalirrns ol'thr.,fcrlcr.:rl <.gur.t r-rril. llllrc tcrlg.trl strrrll,ail

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Jieitr,'r.r-rtr-.s l ls

Positit>n

3,(X)0 cxl)('el(lrl soon.

;trrblie'er'r'r'.rrlrrn rrr givt-'rhc,n,i.iui'itu x11 rrppor.rrrnitl,to cxpr.nsr; trnrlt'r'sloo<l to hnvc llccn sigrrerl h1,;rlioirt.2,000 so f;rr.,.,r,itlr

6. Tlr.'pctilion being circulatcd bl.pr.ir;rl.e citizcns asliin4 rl' i.lic r.'lr;i;1;1f i1: ''rqrl111;l nl' ;,.lrpil a.sriiflnrrtr:rrl lr.: ;trhrtiillxlLlter

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'1nrrtt"*ood School Dcvclc Errtle*ood Dcvclopnrent;
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" irr' (.lrrrrr,/rrrrt',' (. s'irvc t)rrr iir.,iArrbf r.rrtroti srh.r.rJ i,i:ri(,r:r,((: thr.ough it.s t.onr)orary chrirrnlrn. r,r-ruis l.,uiach. of 2fi rvc'.c' tlxrr. its nrernrla'ship is rerrrirrg t,0rJ0 nnrr rhot itVan rvr"r,:;ri,l is,.,r"ririirx i[s cfforts ro ha'. llrtr lrrr;rrrr of lirrueaiion ar'nrr.n its prnns r;;;,i,;;; ;rll 5rh:rrrrr rirh grlric chirrr.en ro altenrr a cerrtr.lrrizerr seho,l rt trr.
ol<l I.}tglc S{r,eel ,lrrnior.

l)' l)

Iltn pltrrr.

0f lorlur"s Itrr:ss-,rtrrrrrrnl, r':rll.r
l.'rrr.lhr,rrrrrrr.e,

lliAlr Sch<xrl. A sl:rl*rt.nl. rignerl lry.,r'r.c llr;rrr li00

wootl Board of Education, the State Comrnissioncr of Ertucation ind others, and "fVI{EREAS a deeision on this nratter has not as 1,et bcen
renticre<l;
o.f

ttnder a broarl attaek cspcciaily from parcnts.rvhose childr.i inr" or later rvould bc forced to rccve their neighborhoocr schools to attend ccntralized classes at the olrl Engle sLrceijunior high school. Following is the resolution adopted by thc Couneil: "WI{EREi\S the pre.sent system of assigning gramnrar school . .. children to thc school in thcii neighborhooj has teen aileged to creale a condition of raciat imbalance in the City schools, and "WI.IEREAS this alleged condition is said to be discriminatory and therefore beconre a subject of a court suit by several Englervooi residents in the Nerv Jerscy Fe<rcrar Distr.ict court against the Engrc.

ol the suit chrrging the board with disciimination. *i i,frrr" The Board of Edueation nevertlrelcss announced a nor" pl.n which, likc
f
f

Icde.ral courI casc ruling which, inei<lcntally, Aismissca tire

pttpil nssignmcnt until

it hatl revieu,cct tong

and thoroughlv the

its first proposal for a,,clcmonstration school,,,i, noo

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lrr lr';rvo lltt,ir.nli;.lhlrnt.hoorl s<,lllol.s, ,l.llor,;rr.r,pr.olr,stirrg irl:,o Ihc Itlrz;rrrls ol'llllr:rrrrl (illr ir:rrl<,t.s A(,ll.illl lo lrntl lr.orrr llrn l,;11g;n st'ho.l. lrrrrl frr'rlr.r'{rre [;rr:t thrrt'rtr.r,r.r:t:t'rrtrv rrrc hrrirrrirr4'n *,,..,r., r,]n;1rr sl l{'cl \rirri rlct,ltrlnrl "rvoll;11111, oltsolcltt, anrl firr lrr,lorv Ncrv,lCt:scr
scltrrol crrrlr' .sltrttrllrrrls."

s('\'{'r'il hrrtrrlrcrr lr:rrlls :rrrrr rrrr.gr';rrns rr:rvc rx,c'r.l sr,nr rrl in<ri"1,q,,,,. Ittt'tttltr-'t's lo sr.nrl lltci: cltilrl;r,n l4 I ltr schlrrl'.s 1(,j1.(,sl llr,1l.,. 'l'ltr,;..1r'ortp sltrlos il is lll npprrsr,rl lrr j1111,g1.;11i,r1 ;trtrl rlr,si,git.cg; li'rr lrrrr rltlr rrrcrrrr.r rrr,rrrrr rlr: lirirnrr,rrr.'i.rrrlrrr t,.rrrpr.ilirrg t,rrilrrr.r.i

llon ilre rloarirr of r.rrrrtc;r(iort t' nr'r,ntlorr 'i,r.rrrns l'or.rilil Dctilir]ns :rt.r, lrctrrg ci|t,rrl:rlcrl, nnrl

lrl)'r1;'.s

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lr';rtlsl('t'

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l.ltllllr,u.rtrrrl liolrr.tl

"TIIIiHEFORE llr': IT nrsoLvED TilAT thc common councir thc city of Engrervooti strongly suggest.s to the Boarri of Education that it continue its extcnsive itiray'of pr.csent and proposcd school enrollrnent proccdures but take no action on announcing or implemen.ting any plans lor revising such procedurcs until srich time' a.s

rttling ntling is givcn study and considcration.', considcration.',

Ih.c matter prescntly pencling beforc the Court is

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fEfi.gIeuooiISONS l4rtsl".,,;',t soNS Boaril l$pposes Boatd (c.ifiiu.d (c.itliu.d
VI
Fr.m p.e. t) ro to hous. filth lrrdcB. fitrh srrdcrs. ,croush lcroufh

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S.v. I The 5.v. our
lS.ho.k lS.ho.t,

jpmleslr rh! BoaRtr movc. Boar(t,i I pmteslr
rrams I grams havo hccn sant .ccki'lr I Huqhas .cckirr

N.ishtorfio.d asiociation cncrgcticallr cncrqcticalty
Telo. Telo.

O.N.S. t.?,"Y*'Jt:1-"":,',:":::,*1^zils,?!'cfr o'i''ilt"tr'fuf:tfilfr v g {'Saue our neighbgrhg,o-d scfr oojs' ilt'{futjtt'jiiilqt{';1fi 7/>c"/cr-2_
By cARoL

hir iul'poh in iul,poh lbtocking rhc Board,s lblocking thc Eoard's ptrn. Thc o.sanirnrion I o.ganirntion abhors horh rh. i.'. rha inn. I rhc buitdina ldcqnacy or thc school buitdin! I dc.Nacy and rhc hirrrdi I lnd thc hirlrdr _ cros.rin( m.in cros.rins miin I
.S. O. N. S. plans to voicc its opposition at thc regulnr Boartl

to cdv.rnnr covernor

c' BRAGER ;Zrrbcr. tltc nttorncy

rvhose Nerr'lcortstitrttc..s.

it

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8or.''ric flrrin{ltc;d l"-iit"x."r"a

cenLrer junior

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or rhcithfi' neiFlrhorr'oo'r 54hoor$

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usual s"".lxegro

ctita h.r oaer rcrulcd rd.lavoid Jacitrs rhe rclr

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Hou3inr_p..b.n

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u2n(ions ti,c. rhc

"lT:*r"i"#til::'r.?*"x**,*fll:lj*-il Bc.!.n Coun.li.
prcaominantl

L) ihd proto(.d hs l!tr[i.. lrlg{-So*protory ri.rro. rhisl\hircs .;

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nrc.

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llnronoral do no! constirurc n

jurlicerl At'oup. lin[leloorl is no Littlc ltock 'l'hc vice.ehnir.nrnn of
S. O. N. S. is a Nc.gro s,hose child

is a fifth Frorler. S, O. N, S. is conccrrretl only with tlre lrcrlth. safr:ty, nnrl rvellarc of thc chiltlren involvetl in thc plnn. Tlrcy tlo not rvant lheir youn[sters to spchrhenrl u ncw e<lucalional conccpt in n rlilnpirlntcrl school builclinA: nor rlo they rvnnt tlrcir clrilrlrcn to trnvel irrto tlrc busiest prlt oI tortn rvlrcrr excellent grnmrnill' ,schools fll.e nv:ril:rblc in thc intntcdinte vicinity

oI thcir

lrolucs.

This is the sc'conrl Bnnr.rl of l,llrr. cntiorr plln rejeeterl h1' rcsi<lcnl.s

oI lirrSlcrvoo<|. Lu.sl. splin( the llolrrl ploposcrl n I)ernonstrltiorr

ii ,it
,I

Sclrool slrieh u'oultl piorrccr o nctv educationnl lhcrrry. Enlollnrent nt tlris school rvoukl hnvc been on

il
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ll

n voluntnry brsis. Thc
rvns nbnnd,rnetl

proposn
rrporr

hy lhc Iirrrrd

lcnrniu( thc city's opinion throrrAh qucstionnircs scnt to ctch honro. \\ lr:rl. rvill haplrcn at the .\uAust 6 rneetinA of the llonlrl of lirlucn.

tiorr nnrl lt the rncctinA lol. lorvinA etcnin(- of the-thc' Corrrrnon

(.ouncil is,:rl best, n nrrttcr of conjeclule. Ortc thin( is ccrtrin: protcsts lo tlre llo:rrrl oI l,]tlucr. tion's ititplt;rr.lrrl. inlrletlrnte plnn

rvill be ltt nrrl. 'flre!' rvill
turnroil.

thc st'ntirttent of n city grippctl

rcf lr.ct in

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PRESSJOIJRNAI. TIIUNSDAY. ,IULY 20. 1lfi3
P;\
G

Citizens Of Ensleu)ood !

$AUE CItlffi HEIGffi ffiORII OOB SC[I $ffi1ffi
announced a

The [nglervood Boald o[ Erlucation has plan to transfcr all fifth grattc

otu' firm belief tlrat it is rvrorrg to compel nineanrl tcn.ycar old childrcn to cndurc thc hnzards

chi]dren to a central intermcdiate school. Tlris is the beginning of the climination of thc neigh. boihood school as lye knorv it.

of public fansportation arrd conrmutcr traf[ic. Wc intcnd t0 opposc this action o[ thc Boarrl
of Bdueation by all rcsporr.silllc arrrl lcgll mcnns at our rlisposal. Ve do n0t oppose intcgration but bclicvc that thcrc arc othcr mctliods o[ achieving

To protest this action, thc, Conrnrittec

to

Save Our Neighborhood Schools. has been organized rvith the ayorvcd purposc of kceping ehildren o[ c]enrentaly school agc in thc school

oI the

it that tlo not involvc thc clinrinatiorr rrcighborlrorrtl schonl.

nearcst their lrome ryhere they belong. The
ncighborhood school has, over thc years, provctl to be the best systcm o[ school assignnrent. It is
PATNICIA ALE\,\ BAIUIAR,\ r\III\IIIANDA JOSEPII AN,TILIND,\ TENCEOES ,U.AENTI FELII AI.UENIT' NACIIEL ALUENT\'

\I/c invitc all citiicrrs o[ finglovootl ro join rvith us in this common cffort. Tire timc to sianrl rrp and bc counted is N0W!
ltns. l.rioN t.|itnott
l.0utst.;

FRmEnlCf J. ALEI-,\

.losEPll coLl,tNs

FILOIIENA AIINENS XENNLTII Z. .\L'TSIIULEN

fnED W.

AIIREN-S

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IIEI.EN
ACNT:NSON

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Corrtributions to:
407

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Eltlerood The p.. cll end thc Urbrn-GI;

locat wgehty newtfrpcr wlth ro appcel lor lurthcr -rupport ln op. porln3 thc Boerd of Educatlon-,r
Seve Our Nelghborhood Schooh. leek-r lo. prcrerve the nelghbor. nood rchool ayrtem at lt har pnryosal - The Board'r 'btd'
pmvlde.r plen. _ The group,

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Mernwhlle I full.pagc adver-

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the Comrnlltee

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Erdcmod The Boerd of Educrtion's recond icnootlntcarrtlon plut -crmd to rn rbnrpt hrlt lest nlght rrhen the Borrd of School ErtUnftc voted 3-2 to refusc rdditional undr to complete refurnirhlng of the old Engla Street

Sirpcrtotcodcat o( Scboolr Irtrrk I lttntz End Trustce Wrrrtn ;;; larer .nnounccd the $t.de ;d-rhlt'mo,roror tLt rt" li;[, rtcrggcd dl worl on tbc rltol rnd ldcclsicn lo slop rtpalrr dr thr

i ' Vii! reid r tS53 rcp{rr !y lYrI drcrdy o0 tlc I Otrt" Strte Unlvepity rcv,lct rcbol hd bcco pdd lr oul o( | tcem dectrred t}rc iEnllc StF"t tlg currcnt hda"l q tbc Bo.rd lrctmot burldrng ludequrtc. 'llr pcr- I retd the' report ertltnatcd of EducrtJoo. eod I I of Educetloo. rDd hrd bcco ocr- lr,rid the reoort ertlrnatcd thrt r I torrrrd\r no$d coCcyccr. Coo- | nccOca repein would cat rverd r I trrct prlrtin-rtsn to brvc co$rc lUunorct tbousend dollrrr. t|*q waf et tbr-\ldtnt thurdey.- | ..The boldlnn nF(nrrr6 cr. t | _-llf_lor Audb -N.. Volt l t"or,r. rerrcvailon. rDd w( lcel ."d lCqriittnco Kurt ,t.- trtt." -{ lll;-.tri"ir,rrc o{ r*,oc? tor.rbc *".fi,.i111 ry$l*r,oi Prlrr' i lprl. lr unround-:-V9{k Fld" t--.[r.rr encl Hlntr. tlc Boerd I megrbcrs rr bo rttcrrdc{ lk mcrt' l,ng. re)*.the gorrd ned rrc clrxcc 'bt.t to stoP wort oo tlc rbol. "The Boerd' q{ Scb@l L'tl'
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lr.olvirl ln&r'efurbiihlnf tbc rctrool Esfltnrte I UuitAlnf nerc ?Ic'31tl?Q," Volt bd to rpp31 v'? rpprorlme6ty I seld. "Tlt. reprlrr rould hevc lltro. Di.- Ebcdd l|id. for rd- lrmcxrnled to lll0,ffi;'|nd rc tl' dltlood rtwrflqr. .rork eod rc |euested the Borrd not to to prt .r,/Ear,.lL opcigot 5-lrs55. iehcrd wlth the phn"' .'1. crpcnnct I -"-:ccrtrln ll'lt..tr..r.' V-t
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(Conlinucd lrcm p!f" l) metc voled $t to lurn down the fundt," tarh rild, "to the Borrd of . Educrtlon bar no cholec but td eomply." {r Dr. Ehr{d r trld ho hu. eellcd oll - r mccttnt rchcdulcd for to

to lhe demondrrtlon -ittionthc Borrd dfldod to drop rchool. 'Orc plan. 't -- l;J mcnnt Dltbt et Qrirrlcr School In ltr ptect thc Bdrd i-tr' wlth lltti-frdc prrcttr to cr- nounc-cd th-e edoPtloo o( r Plil tbr pleln thc ecotrel-rchool plrn. Ar I ceatril fUth-'.and drtt-Frdc ler ti bo Inotr, Dr. Sltcdd llH, rchool !r I llrrt rtc$-to-rcacdY u Inou, hc wlll rtll} malc r reHcdulcU ef rrclal lmbelance lF'tho clencn' pcrrrlGr tonllht bcto{o the Hu- tary rehoolr. It. too, wbl Grill' men-Rclrlloar. Counell let Quarler chad -by -uartoutjfoopr tl dc' tchool rnd dlreuu th{ Board ' ot lrylnf tolrt ,rchdd ''litcFrtton' Edlmrtc declrloa lqd _lnqwcl bul rt flrrt lt Ver well rceotwd ln thc eommunlty wbel ln.

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brvc tafen an unrrylrcrttcp ln thc Oppofltloo to thc.eentral. rchttol nrattGr ol rehool' pdleyrnaHa4. Dr. Shcdd tald.. "ThJi wtl i. hal mountr{ rteadlly rk eG thc real opportonlty to Frove ahead rnnennoement.. Fcrldenir cduertlooally. l'm ttlll eonvlneed poccd to ebandonlnl tbc tbh war t wllc, pnrdent Phn." borhood rhmlr heve erlt Hlnlr reld thi Board wuuld the plan whleh rcqulrt{ flfth- and mcct iln elorc{ rcrslon ThurrdrY rlxlh-frade rltxlsntr lo trevel lo gcttool. allhtr to dlrcurr thlt lrtort dtr lhc Enfle Stroct m.l plea. dcrdbd W thc wloprcot. "lVo'll tr7' to comc up wlth Doar{ rr e pllot pfofrtqi rould romc oth+r phn bY ScPtembcr," havei ef(ectcd mly fllthitredcrr lllntr uld, "but your Suet! h at thk Scplembcr. TNr fradc rould tood er hlno ar to what lt'wttl heve eqrtlnucd rr r rlrth lrede t at thc rhool nert ycrr, rbco r I bG." Hlntr ratd the deehlon etmc

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Borr.d cmployter hrve /bfcl worllng on th+i Engle 'St#ct relpol r rlnce tIo bcdnnlnl ro( July. frd Meqlrcaleo. dtrcctor al bulldlntr- end jroundr,- tlt supervlrlnl ihc ogcretloruf R+
tollet leellltler wene rcfurblrhcd.

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rhool brofnn tbd rodH tclp lmptovb tbc rrld bdrncc btbG

pltn hd bc"! mldc ln mrlt ol thc elurttomr. Thc llbnrt wrr completcly rcmvetcd. lnd
dorr, and ehssluntr. Pelntg werc due to bcdn work
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ted dcmoartratlon rchool. tes droppcd lacl ol cQmt munlty support. Thlr Plan elm eovltloncd thc ulc of thc old En3le Strc,et Junlor Hlrh Schml. Tbc dernonctrr'lon rcltool Pro' porcd the v.oluntary cnrollmeot o( rtudcntr et fbc rcMlchcd

toar{'r ttrtt pbn for tn

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Follo*ln1 -r lnup dltcud(i thb' rchool 'progrrrn. .Robcrt

thc pp3nnr lprouod, rbd rqrrt.

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PUBLi:

SCHOOLS

iNGLii,'JCCD, Nltrd JiRSEY

Dear Parent

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Guardian

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compliance with the Engle;rocd 3oard of Id'-:cation plan for assignment of the Lincoln School children, grades one through five, apc:cved cy ireCerick l.4. Raubinger' Commissioner of Education, State af New Jeisey, :nd subjeci to the provisions listed beJ.ow, your child wiLl be assigneC to Clevel:rid' Qua:les ex RooseveLl Schocl in Seplember or as soon thereafter as possj.ble.

In

fnclosed are two Forms (Use ONLY 0NE

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# I FORM # 2 FoRflt No parent

roR cHILDREN DESIRiNG ASSiGiiirlENT OUT CF LINC0LN 5CH00L.
FOR CHILDRIN DISIR]IJG TO RE|{AIN AT LINCOLN SCHOOL

will be required to remove his chilc from Lincoln School who Coes not desire to Co so, except as indicated in ltem l-c beLow.
Se]ect oNE F0Rl/1, fill out anC mail it inmediaialy in lne seif-addressed, stamped envelope provided for your convenience. Augusi 2i' 1953 is the las'. day:n which returns will be accepted, APPLICAELE PROVISIONS Oi THE :!ARD CF IDUCATION PLAN

2.

To assign ali pupils of grades one triough iive ;esiding in lhs lincoln School attendance disirict to Sieveiancj, iuarles and Roosevelt S:hools' such assignment to be cjeteirnined by '-ne Superintendent on ihe basis of the iollouuing cr i ier ia:

(a) Define aitendance disLric!s s: that ch:1Jren of the t-incoln SchoolDistrict Llill be assioneij as rearl'l as ::cssj.bLe, to '"he school nearest iheir hoine. (b) Provide ier an evan Cisiribuil:n cl class loads. (c) To permi! the chiiCren -,.nose :arenis 'lish ihem !o renain j.n the Lincoln Schooi to :emar: !here .orcvid3c that j.t is adninistrabively and educationally creci-i;,-.,b1s t3 dc so. 4. To assign to Lincoln scnsoi ai.i- ch.il::en of i(:-iriergarten 3ge resi:ing
ihe aresent
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PROV

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The plan meets the requirements cf ',-r: l- a,u and that the Boaidrs Aitorney gives assurance of immunity oF gcartr.'iembers and the Superinlendent from taxpayersr suits regarding the expen3itures or' public nronies to lrplemant any aspect of these plans.
'AND
PRoV

IDED THAT l

The tsoard of School Estinate and the lavesning bcdy of the City cl Englewood appxovs funds necessary tc tut these plans in!o eifect according to the estinaies attached Jiereto.

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USE CINLY Ii,JI CF THtst r0R {3, se-e:t :i-re 0NI you ruant, sIGN yOuR NA[\1t, LUrite or piint )/our ili,l::3, and maiL ii Ii,Il4EDIATELy in the seI f-addressed, st,anrped envsL:le en:rosed fcr your

convenience.

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F0R C;iiLDRlii DtSiRINC ASSIGi,ii{LiiT

0THIR ILiilLi'JTARy SCH00LS

Dr. fl'lark R. Shedd, Superintendent tnglewood Public Schoois li f ngie St,reet Inglewood, l\eiu Jersey
Dear Dr. Shedd:

I accept lhe assignrnent of

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-*cr,rgl anLir Quarles

cr Roosevelt

School in accoldance ruith the Boarc :f fdu:aiion plan, beginnl_nq September 1963 or as soon theieaf ter as po-ssible.

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Dr. i4ark R. Shedd, Suceiintendent inglewood public Schoojs LL Ingle St,reet

Dear Dr. Shedd:

I rvish to have ny chilcj iemain
year.

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Schco] durinc tne 1963-64 schooi

Signature ol pu"ert-iiluardian

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August

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State Capitol

Gov. Richard

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Eughes

Irenton,

New Jersey

Dear gJvernor Hughes:

fhls mornlngrs Isew york times reports that a telegran was sent to you by two nlni,sters and a eorlrrei.lman of Englewooi. she text of thls telegram ls .inaeeurate beeause tb,e senders ratber than the foreesi are ma4euverlng to nake this "politieal lssue a political footba11.
Hhile theee peopre nay represent a isiga:rfleantn seetion of_the people of Engtewood --- an. this Bo-c&l1ed isignlfieantn whether a ninority or majority group have-certain rights, r thi.b """flo' it

should be reali-zed that eonversery, people opposed to thelr vieus argo whether a rninorlty or eajorlty llkewise have eertain rj_ght s. First your Ereelreaey, it is a d.efinite faet tbat ' the sehools of brglen-ood are-not segregated.. I{o eblld has been denied ad,mission to a sehool whieh

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Ilear Bereffsd lrYlor:
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bsve recelved Jrqrr reguest

for try aseistaoee in the preseut

bope tbat you apprect^ate that under the scbool ls$s af "o1ldJerse5r, i ; p"""i,raea fr6 dlrect I'oterference ia th€ the State of U6, Snirelrood Boatd of E&rcatlc. A8 I obeersed progtEs or poff,eies "i-tU" &rsood ta gner to r gtrqllar reqnest f,rcm cltlzens ofpropoealr sk;l'g for sy to belt tbe ceotralLzed 5tb grade tnterstto -ss challer"ge goard of Bhrcaeim E$lst be Eade trn a forEel to the polretes of a local Ee i-s ch83ged by 1an p"otot d!re"Ay- to 'tb* Gd.gs!.mer of E&rcat1.6. locsl Boardrs actloss the o.ltb tte cespol&ilfcy of detelnt-niss "!"F"" ro cod;;rry lrrtb tbe gessal ""bsol ls'of tbe stete. "* re' tra a letter to CcnncllG'sn ttbbs o &me 1g' I attqted a !n esseBce' gtat€D€ot of, rtre las| rhich $eild gulde thts Adrdnrstsattm; scbool dlserictiFg rsqst-be tbe attainfoOfrpe"saUfe *lgctl* that "e ls f,or ell ch*ldren' I of ',,eac "o egral-eibca*cai-opporantry tndef aleo tm&, rte occaglm to pfuic our Llat tbls clarlficatiq of pollcy sas ta ao ngy to be coastnrcd b a deslre EB lqf Part ts lnterf,ere wttb tle 1*a11y img31arrcA b"dy-"*p*sfUf" for the- edrrcati@8l policy at -t$e yur that t$e State D€8artD@'r of E&rcation loed lgvet. gurf,ber, i "erioa Lo adntse tbe Englsood Bo8rd, ar lrs dnED3 r€siy aia u"ull8g

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I ntstsj"rr cmfldenee tbat the cl.tiz€lrs ol Englerood, enrklng rltb gbefr Soatd of fencart*,, dll aBproacb tbelr scbool' Pmblr*m ia a aglr{t of reasoablenese-and io"a lrili: If eo, I o ssre a sstiafactor5l golrrtl,o rr,ttl be fornd to fle presest dtfficrrlties.
Slncere.ly Jrclrst

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lrlter S* tr5rlor Glad Sunet ^/r"t) Blood, h Jaey
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Prul Zuber h

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to lrh

slek of rtrtur .QUo, rnd th;tr'p.i*i..y"ril'.ror, to gcr rtd of rt.. not- ,.i. .-, 11 thertrtjrt.producrton ot tr.,rf,.' i6rrii.r'r o, luiiii"n r,

:"#"jl,i lroublcmrklng rtrrnger rloer . not r.c9m t.o undcnrrnd lt.t pu,ipi. ;;;; determtncd to rotvc rhcir';;;;i";;'=ror.. "ro whrt to undcrrtrtc mltterl, thcy rro

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Denounce rnvrtation_ To Brack Musrim;

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Leader To Aaarur;'i;'iti:___-:_"
By TATIRYN Hol,uKA

setd, whether l" esrrbllrh --lh-tograUon- --il I h:n rpprovedthe applflatfi;;;; locel elemcnuii-3|fiooii tn or O'ehteo.:'v" "ev must'ilI i L'trrett on domoeiiu.rpy.'q* !nc; "r1'l,jls_.6.rrs,-ne.wul press ror crrrled oomocrrtlerlly. I l, 1*,jl-t"]1, ;!g, q .uj--n-rors for

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Paul Zuher.,, TACTIC!: Thc Rcv. Zuber rald ycrtcrdey thel lrc --.lu.A$T$Teylor, rl"vr, ind-if. lrYrllcr !t. and mort r,l thc Negroci ln llrigle- tr-oy: l. tretrh (inodmm, l"iiflfili wood aro not'happy wllh the -rlt. 0l Enfl?wood'r lto Lrrtert Nclro
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tlmldeted by

tlrt; problcm ot tntegiiilri,; ln pclcc, rnd wc wlll nol lrt lrr.
rolvc.

I hrvc lnlormetl tny congrclt. llni an<l li,fft br. tho flnt to do tl. We wint io
llon.lo cror lhe

tconomtc boyco[ ol whlle rn?r. qhrnlr here. llo rakl: - 'jThc boyc.otl wlll trc I frllure,

cgndcmncd Zuber'v, thrertt of in

co.mmrrnlty' lhe klnrl: of r.ommu. nlly whtch tr tnrty tnt"t;;iA lnd ono gl wlrlch we (.rn qtf lrc proud." ln- I reparlle rtatemenl lr. ru?q yerterday. Nr. (;rndmin

"Wa eall on the clllzenr of tirlr - bleck,.whlle, gcn. Ittc end Jew-to hclp make. -ihtr
communll-y

rnd- not bccomr rabble-ruururr.--

orolrly tor conrtrucllvc actlio

,.1'W" naed to riily arounrt a ttrlrd lorce thet wlll prerr vlg.

prog.rcu of lhe Clty.

froup; nor wlll they .lollow the Mayor rnd hh dlriorlerl fdcri lhat ero dcrlgned to tnrpqde ihi

lhcy.ltrrrr lhc mlilrildcO nfofr.perfurbcd - "W9, . "We aro porlurbcd alxrul 1t.., llon -lrcller ol Ncgro rttornei Fiut hc rrld. "ll een't do mueh (rrod. 11. ?ubcr, gttod,

Itrr lt lr rlevolplng ycrrur.blrck
rtluf

ln the Clry today lor

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:L'ongregants on *Sunday,to' stay a.w?y',from :the:-rally are. the. rRev. Walter Taylor: of Galilee

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:!'Iethodist.:C!rurc[,and thi1ReV. Cr'afence,Richardson, of.' Ebene.

,'::r,Zubet :said' tr{alcolni X',':rvhb espouses .,:'separatioh'l of' lii{egroes- from j rvhites, , rvould say

iinothing r'ESh" but would urge 'i:i'esoive '
rg.hole .'questioir :,bf -:'inequality 'and
-sgcond-cJass 6itizeiiship;l'

l.iegro unity, to

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some of .the Negro minisferslany.Presbyterian Church, rvho lnakes it impossible tor themlis on vacation, bad sent similar to;york h a united":front withllvord ao r,,his ' cougreg{ion persons rvhose .,philosopby dif-lthrough Perry Smith, a laynlrrr. fers with.theirs- Siace we clon'tl }tr. Taylor ancl \'Ir. Goodman want to 'contribu[b " to . Eglalso charlia tiat Mayor Austin disirnity,, of 'tlre' Negro.i commu-l N. . Volk' aiid, his'i adminGtia[ion

nity, we,woulcl .not walit tolhad adooted:: the rvidne obllcv ihvolve ouiselves in *y affairlin the ichool situatib;. 'The;, ',,., . ' r:: .::r: ' Where:we'fe nOt:..welCOme.ll . .. lsaid: '' E:i"ti*, " --iii.ieis:t'oil t*o it-;iwe aon, t aerieVeitire ctizens

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-Y-iI.-to .:taY 'awav:Muslimrty"
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900 lrollorver$ r\lso oppose

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rp.iil,,s-{t"i,r futtresregntt'rr 'rrlh' lit'rt'. snll torliwl,ltlll ,,1''ilI:ill. "},,,,11,'l'i,;'j",1,T, wlll contlnuo to rdvtse tlretr ('olrH,r('[:rtiutts :rgnittsl ut'lai;r'iriit,rii,i,"lir i,jiixrrrr,'itcr tinr thty :pdlngthcrrll.v.l|rltrgcrtorntetl.lrrturrrthltc.rgtrlttlt. ttpdlngthcrrll.v.l|rlt'1t.tter.nletllrrturrrthltc.rgtrlttlt.slrtt(rle. CALLED NAnnotv l!: I\l . n \r'c('h ft'urrt snlttt'tlrt1'.: blnlk l ' nlr\rrhorm x. n.-::i:'"*".1.:1 l :i1,,,t,',1',,1'lt' ^l,ll:,) uiil,,.J,l"n,llilli ,,,lll."i,i,ll'ill-ll ',lTt Jllil'.iT'llii lho mllllrnt Nc8ro recl' r*rlh r.ttl lr* l iiil: r"rt.r"',ii? qn.y boyr.urtr unrl r,i"i"r Arrrirtrr N. rl nuttnecrl lrrt nlSht he hrd T. liho eunlli crrrnd nor ro rpp.:ti I $il$ll" liilililiiil ,,i,',','.',',',1u,,11; [ ilf",lj:'ir,1l,XTTl,"'jlilj*n*ll|!ll: rrlly. ll ..?Tl," llr rrld: lurleolrtr X. rurolmln6rductr or I of"llut lltt'.lertttll..ft'r'tlrr'-^r'nllyl 'l'lrr.i,tuld pritlclprto. . I tiorr. Hryor'r rlrlemetrt fol.nln-j--ot-thl- lJgro mlnlrtcrrl. nrrhor ft mpo-iUfi'f.* ti,inr io[]ret. lrt'tt. lrsttetl.'' tlrr' 'IleyttrIhrrlrrl n_l]i.h.our Common Cqtnrrnrh tn r Uiftd tront wlth por-lrrkl.-"nttrl,.rrc drll ttpl.lttterttl trtIcll mcdiff ^lrrl-'nljtt rttcnded . , ntflr^lllllF I Tlrc llr.r'r. \\3lter S 'l-1r1'lrrr.of ;lltctrt tvhlt\11, Tldrly.llve rtrlnl -rrnrt '.t. 'cl'1ix1,.np[5t'.u,ttmlulrll(ierrl'"[l"T.'l:J:'\.;il-,:''..,.''i,.l,1l,l'.:;ililJ,T.n|.*'.ffi ltrr'lr tlowi thi totrf rtUon. O^rtttec' .ltlctbdlrr Clurrt'li t3trl-ltti"tld Nevor -.lnd . Corrr- I| g.tttec' .l\tctlxrflrr Clurrt'.li rrnrl '.1. ii thelr. r'lowi tli t0trgrrU.on.. ('lly itrlnhts;tld Neyor .;nd ,, ,. - rnq.Counct-epOrlord.,r permlt llsrtlh (irxxlnrrrr of llrc l"lrrl I I'rrl11'1' rt'cl'o ttrllutted nl ..:. ('lrrrlr.lr rnlrl trxlnv tlrr. l ,('ottllttued ott ttuuu 12. colutitn $l r,ll ltlr rrllv ri- br dilrd nt I I llnntlxl
rbout

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Srrpprtrlers nnd oltponettls ol I tlrun l.lXl0 1x'rsonl. askin8.itrat-m llre llonrrl of llrlrrcnllott's s1':11;3',tl '.st.houl plarr affr.clin;1 the nelsh- I ittlerntt'tliult' flflh' tttttl slxtlr.'.lxrlftuxl scltrxrl principlc bc mo<ie grade scltool tlist'ttssetl lltr. vlr' i rr iilrrlgf lull c6lrrr*rnity tliscussion. Ittes ttnd rlrtlrvllttcks o[ l]tt' ltlun i ln lrrs slalerirenl'o( rrit]xlraual. fru I lt ltorrrs, c frutrr llre rally. Ilalcollnn \ said:
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'lieknor nnd Kurt A. llrrler:-, tlrr'I "Sirtt'r' \\.. rlllac\ ',;l I '\lttslir'sr; three nrenrbers . ('r)nlrtl)ul1'lo lltc rltr'1 'f iit,."fj,u,i,f St.lru1;l l.lslirrtnle t,'t,i,jt, tiiri ,,1e..t1thrtt't rrttttl lu ttr'I Nl.Xrl} h0lted lhe sclr00l fltan tfy \.illr., uttltl' ol tltt' $aul ('ollllllulllll'.t:ltl: lu lit:tlt-t holding lutttls for its irnplfrrtcrrtu' lrvutrlll rr(Dl *rt*r* ue're I

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t.enlrnl flflI t{rade ln ieptern5er'. I nrt'eti1ry of t'xt'('ullv1.s o[ :lre Na' lltf Arlspenlllng for lhe cnngrer. 0t | !itrnat Association trtr Nar r'aneenrenl ol Raclal Equ..llly.' if r-.^"i:if,"i I to Prtru'tl l, Coloretl Ptrr;tk'slnlr" issttanee .( :r l.ervls sairl lrr.r gr,,,,;"ii.rn,i,i,irl i I rntnt r)n lltt' l)nglestxxl stlttu' that the Bog*t ,,r l:.rir"nr'i;;;';;: I ttll' mlr ltst'lf lmmetllalely lo a com- i -..^u^.r,n?r,t sitttl tt"tkt'stnarr r.^*rrrnrr* s:rirr

school'desegila;tjil" i,i;; .,.:\ i;tri crttlctz.*l rhe'rririlo'''on,i ,lfn ; tltr'..::1II11.. 'l'::Il":::":-.)": bttt C,,ii,*fii"-n'i,,i:"i,,iiii;i,{ ,,;ir;,i .11i. 'c,,rrct'rrttrl untilcoukl rror"ir'}ue a ';; l'sltrlttttent llov \hrr|'' e.r' tr.ust ttri'i,l*i;;;;,1 termert lo -r.f,i",f.i. --5;,", a plnn 't t'nrl t'trt'i:tl iint,aliir,',' i:i:ili)1' :"iI:l':lL',-l1!t:L1,.::' r'ly lrottr irttlclx'nrlent'e tclcbra' in'ii* -i*rit,,iirurv ptete
i '

1'1'slt'rrla1'

;,.ir.

tirltts itt Janlaica. R. \Y. l.

arvaken lo llte fact'lh:rl

. "C. O. ll. t:. ur*es

)yANTS t.ON(: vll:tv

Yotl lo
:ts lltt'

rise ubove ltctly intcrcsls unrl ears rvlrich may ltt' prt:ssittg upon ]'r)ir anrl t() cutlcel'n )'otlrselvcs cour:tggousll' rrit h I lte klng-range gtxttl of tltt' ('()tll'
f

Volk lolrl relxtrlers trfter lhe nreelinf thul prllillcs tlirl. not cn' ! lcr irrlo ilrc tlt'cision lu ltttlt ttttt'k lon tlre celtlral st'ltrxtl. "Ttrcre is n lot of alttipatlry lrl tlrc plan ltl tlte ('olllnltlllity tle' clrusc of tlre t'omptllsion involvetl in il," ltc said.
Tlre l\la1'or .ralrl t;ttt'stittttttuirt's rvill be st.ttl ottt tt tlre t'tttl tlf .lltt' rvt.ek lo th'lorntilte loetrl ollittitltt on llre llesl soltttitln lo tlte st'ltortl
llrohk'tn.
I
I
I

nrunity."

Ilrcvt'rl llto
I nrr.r'it.

Ilnl'or Volk ltlsrt said lre
.srlAXesliott

lrc'

rcfrr'r,rttlttttt

lo ltitlr.' it oll llte ' .:.urr ltilrl

?.0rx) sl(;.\.-

I ,, l)('l rt rr)n lol rt t'elet'entlttrtt. lsiXntil lt)' ntr)r't' llttrtt :.l,lXxl ltet" Isotts. rv;rs srrllrttlllr'rl lo llte. ('tltttt. Ir'rl ltrsl nlxllt lry t'llrtnt'tl .loltrt1..,,,, u[ 2.ll ('ltcr.lltrtt Stt'r'r'|. llr'' Isrrtrl lhr' grr"llllott !:rottl) flvort'rl
I:

:::

::l:,':..'5!:.:-.T::L:e

I

f--'::^.'.,il:$t1.

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'.t,:t:

';i

r

leaders inr.the local ,public-school integrited controverry burst lnto a full-rcale .power stntgglc.

Hnglewood What began as z rift

between Negro

hlr

;'TH*r*f

EXCIAN0E BAir;S I paul B. Zuber, n-"- i"rx .1. leentatlve Adrm Oaytoo Powtll rorncy rnvuecr or"-.J s-L; ;ti3|"j[il'fl|;.1'#,1:3f ,ff|'j;l ll Ncflroes to leuneh what lhey oell li""o,c dl hl c{fctr to lntegre.

ffi;-a]; part ol lne llevs. J. n"3 ;:..fTl'l},T'li. "i: lstlan uoo(t- tcod(mtn.. ptslor- of- the- Flrlt I N'. --"Fv"!sr', zu u", a nd _M r. the Flrrt "f feyt"i. - - -\'. men anrl Wlller S. f"Vt"i. "sl i-q"d$Orn. - prs-tor Wnlter mlnl.rlerr mrnr.rrerr J"--iF. havg I tr3t$[.rtn;lil] ,lif"." .n:iH The rhe ""1"1 srrorprv a'iiii;i,;a rr,i;iiiJ:U,Hllco'trnu*o on pase r{, corumn r) tactles derlgned lo force the Clty l_ admlnlslralion to llnd an lmme- Il
.

Hn{:1iii::i{iilHi}i}**T"iilii;l&"H'11n

ln elementary sr:hools. ll ln two days. llre rllsputaritr l[ have locked horns on radlo showr,ll argulng thelr posltions fo! hun. ll
drcds of thcxtsrncls ol llsteners.

rllrte rolullon lo raelal lmbalance

ll

l'rom a New York radlo rla. ll llon slurllo lasl nlght. Zuber at- ll
taeked the minlrlers. raylng they
il

ll

hatl fnllerl lo flve Negroes ll " ll conrtrucllve program. ol the eloth oflen tend ll -*lVlenbehlnd lhe collar." Zuber to hlde ll sald. "and a collar ls no lndlca'll ltlon you nre a communlly li [grcrer." ON SPLrr 'lt li ACCUSED llls verbnl opSronent lor rtre li
broadcast was l\tr. 'faylor, prrlor ll ot the Culllee Methrrllst Church. ll The clergyman cald Zuber ll plaas _to F)nglewocxt -and marle "am" ll wllhoul t'onsulling lhe Negroes';j

slxrkesmen. ll "tle lZuberl l.s going to have lo lry to mnr.slrnl llre forces he has spllt." Mr. Taylor salrl. Zuher snlrl lre ha.s ctult his
arknowledgerl
i lr i
I

Campatgn

lo unseat U. S. Ilepre.'

Fo{En
X. tvlto rvtrr' Jtrvllerl b.v 7.rrlx.r kr ' hclp lnttnclt lltp llttllr.tytxxl Movt'mont al nn Aulrrrl lll nlly ltut who rvlllrdrerv rnrrler flrr. lrurrr tht ClOfg.ytlctr.', 'i:. . :tr.. Zulnr rtkl hlr lirlntrr lo. hnvt' lll Ncgro fuclkrrrr lrr Fini111,s,u*1 . on thc rtrnrc plnlftrrtn nl tlrc rnll.yItrrl bccn rlt'rtroyr.rl lly Nlr. lnun nnrl t\lr. 'l'nykli.
(irxrrl-

(Conllnuerl lronr lrn[r. ll Irol opgxrsrxl lo brlnglng prerruro, trtigt'r lirrrlng onrt oxt'itnrrgcL,]ili -irtr z.rrtrsr'r : for Eundnyshronricntt ovcr Wl,lll .,n ili; arllrrlillrlhrllon tnd 157llxryeollr. "i-ri" hlrnrll lltook,, ;;t, tho lrlrrrlillrthiiiff ;;ii liu'icorti. 7.ubcr'l rrr,niii ;,]*' lrt llrrlcltr. A llrlrrl pnhi;flnt wns tlrrtrrtlrrl}irlueollonlorillr'elhr.|rnlrl:.,i....=..:. , !.-rl.r.-.. tkrnrrl ol lirlueollon lo xrlt'e lhr.lrnlrl:. ' r.-L...1 ilr . ,' '/rrlnr lllrck lftttrllrrt' lcnrk'r lllnk'oltrr rt.hool.lnlegrnllou lrrue. lle'rnirl. Il. Zulnr ltrkt'tl t\lr', (irxxlrttntt lt

lt

[1 w1rtftl."r11p;xrrl 1rr' er.orrorrrlr. Ihe wottltl 'lrtrrl [r]l[l'rt t'lrlklron rtt'n.V .frotrt lltt' prrltllt' le lxrycoll 1l r:liy. r,rnrelr*rrlr. lf Itvltr.rt lltr.v rrtrr.n nrrrl rrrrrllllr lttnft I " fulr
llc('('ttl0 ry.

f I I I I '

l.r r r.ornpk,lo ltck r{ ncrpcct l.tnltl lta hurl ttol. ltrnlrrtr.lcrt.hlr lo lhr. Nc{ro per6lrrlallorr.l fitllowcru lb xlny rrrvny f rotrr llrr nrrrl llrr. lxrrvrr rlnrcluro lrr lln.I rnlly, llt' rtrlrl lltct'e trrt lllnck ' Hl:T tlt. Itil{}:TtNG I gk.rvrxxl frr.lx ll llrey rkm'l rrnnl I I\trrlllrh.r llvlrrg ltt l,inglcrvrxrrl. Io rlo rotttr.llrltrg llrr. i.lcgnx.r rvlllI ltt ltll rlttlt.tttt,ttl yr.xlr,rrlny ptt Zrtber rv[r nlkr.rl lo lrt.lgr rrrEnn- rllrtrrl xllll lur ll." lvotlttg. [\lr. (irxxlrrrtrrr rrlkl llrore llt, lltc t'nlly. lt(tycollr. rrtrrl ullrnr' Zrtlrr,r. r.lrrrr.g1.x Nr.,,r.r.s ,*,,r,. Ilr n. very- rlrtrpk. flnxtv(it. lo lltn tlcntunrlt'nllults hy I 31r'orrgr or' Nr.,......t' 1.. ,..1.,, i..r1.,i,...-'-..,r I liltgll'11',tr*l t'uttlt'ovrnrv: .llrr, hlrl. v: -llr, llnl. Irooi dhlnllrlk.rr rrlllr ('lly nl- :::.1:::::'r,.:::, -';:"':." I'J.li','lTl:i i.'.:1 I i:;ll ;xrllcr.' lrrrrlnlllr'. llr. rrrkl rxre.Irt""lVn Itt)ttplr',,, lsllcgntlc rr.lroolt,'l'lr, i.t,.sr,, lrrrt lxr.rr iii^t,,i.",iilfri*if | lu'(. rrrit nrlvur.rrilrrg onc gttolV rr'('r'nl llonnl ol l,ltlrtr.qrllurr Irr .lrrrr' lrt, tr ... l)r.rrrur.r.trl or ;l'l1.r.irr,,rr. llr.'ln1l l txtt'tX ot' trnollrr.t. ,llrc llr. lvlt pltrf rsnr hlockrrl lr.v ntllorr of llrr.ertiUltlrrg ltrc rtllr.gr.rl I llr'ltttbllt'rttl." ltt' t:uttllltttt'tl. "'lllF Scl/trol' lkrnrrl of l,lrllhrnlrr lrr rlr.rr1.. itrr.lrl.rrl rrrrrl rvrrrlrt fllrr r.lrnruet |('orrrlllrrllurr lx llt('rr, fur cltlrr,r Itt{ tJll,(Xxl nr\.(k,(l ftrr tlrr' pnt. n'lllr llrc ll.ptrrlrnctrl of Jrrrti*n. I Un11,-l:l; n,.l,,,ltllrrh gulll'llnleolng gplrrn. 'l.lrr. .ll'rrrr.ri rlllrlr." ,tt'ur hlr Dnrt llr lrncklnl Zulx.r. tlr.r'llkrtt xlrrrl .lr' "nl,t tl,n t.fi":i lour trfllll lrr. rr.lrrtr.rl ll, ('nll]110. r'.r.lr'rrr xt'rl . r,.nr,iiurr ',i"ur "ii,l I . tlo . inkl llc lt'tllll.!(l lo r.nrDlrolt'nlrrltrl rln11:r t11f I llo Arr!urtus ll. llnrrlsorr, kx.nt polk.n rvork ,tn. ,t.liiiu,.t'-i,, 1,,' I rhc lltnt- Nruirrt'r ltttt'o n txrllilcnl "' lr.:xler of tlro Nnllonnl Ar.rpr.ln. ilrrrkllrll Nr.Irrr.x. . lclrrilcc. lf llrry ttt'a ltol irtlltlltrl tlon for tltc Arlvnrrcenronl ol ('ol. rrtt''v ctrtt orerl ltco;llo. ltns lu.r'n ,r(.r.usr.rl ,,,.'T,1[' ,,1;*,I1,,il;;"'li;l]"i,.,)':;'; ll'll"J',1[nl{l;.:ii; I hy tllr.'l'trylol ol vlolrrllng llrc -]ll'N. A. A. (:. ll. t'rutrlllttlkrn, tllr. 'foylrlr lrnr rnkl hl, rr.lll
glvr.n
nltrvo lrt, ltnvo llttrrlson-rt'tnol.rrrl

sh:r:r{ No rr}:!u,}:(-r llillilillll,rl',',,',11";:,illiil,llij,"f,,,;11; "'l'l1.rr. ls rnoro ftl ll llrnl glsj Irlut rrtrld. l.lrrxrl lgue." Zulnr rnlrl. ..Tlrcrt l l)urlng llrr srirrkrrt I\lnlr.ortt X

nr locnl'lt.nrlcr. llrl llrls rnorrrlng llnrrlion xnltl lrr, lrut'' rrol hrtn nrked by.t\tr. 'lnykrr lo rcrlgrr. , "lltrl l'll lrnvr. nn trrtrrr.cr lor .lrlm'll lic rhx,l n.rk nrr,," llnn.l. rort ukl. UltQE.q voTt: Arrrl t\lr. (irndmnrr yastcr.rlny lmurd n tlnlanrcnt eltlrrg llrc power of lha hnlklt to rolvc llrc lnlegrrtlon prrfulent. lld cnltett orr ell Nogroer lo rerlrlff ftrr the

;:*iffifi,ri'i;ri,.::; ll/Offi s[TS UP
i

ltrt'lt ntr rnnouneentcnl." Illr. 'l'nylor rnkl: horrever. thnl
I

[.{;ir;"illi*i':,ir;'.n,lx4i*]
ltt' ('lly'r

i SCHOOL TAil{S
llut Won't Sny tvith
$horn, r\bout Whnt

vorry.

ccrrrllrg Jxlllec rlolr rrnr urrrvlrc lnenuso ol .lho r.rtrrcnl (.onlro.

onnouncerrrerrl r.on.

'November olet'tloni. tha rnlnlr- 'l'ttyhrr Zuber rnkl.lnrt nlllrl lorr ojrprsrrl . lho plnnrrcrl rnlly . "t'nt rnlrl: nrttnlcrt nl lltr. Zttbcr'r ltocnusr, Illnlcrrlrrr N rvnl tnvllcri. tttngh. louch. lin tlrlnk:r lrc hns Tlre.v corrr;lh,lcly llrrrrrerl .ollrr.r orrl.v lo rpr.trk nrrrl llrltrgr wlll tnke rp1.1111r1'r rclrulrtlrrl lo ttllpr.nr. ttt. b.v lrl.rsonll I ' ;rltrcr. llrrlrrlll nol be oplnlon rnkl. lr lltnt ltr. lo'rlo "'l'lrc rnlll, lr lo lrrhtl lrr nll lhlrrls n1-rlulckl1,ns nblelhlnks he NcIt'rl lxtlrrls of rlerv." T,rtlrr:r lro rvlll. lqlrl, "nrul lo grrcserrl lo Attrnr.lcn l\lr. 'l'n1,krr rnkl llre Hnslcrrrxd lltnl llrr,so tlt't, llrp nllcrtrnllt,r.rr tttlttlslr.rr rtlll crlnllruro lo glve
,

l:lttlrt.oYlt lnoNy fintlcrood - A rerlet of rrroot: llllllng nt Zubcr't chnrger lhat lngr rvll h lnlererlcd rcnlcleirlt No[ro lenden nrc nol aeUrifl reeklng n rolutlorr lo lho pulllle fnrl enorrlh ln 'linglervxxl. Itlr. n.lrool lnlcgyn111xr. rllrrnllori hn.r
lrccn lelrtdrrlul by l\tn.yor Atniln N. .Volk. Volk hns rler.llrrr,rl lo r.orrrnicnl on llrc oxacl nalrtro of llto rrrecl.

Inler rhlc. l,nrl trlllrl'r nltellnI rr.trorlr.rllv lhclr full llrno nnrl cncrly lo rolv- lncludcvl llro llovr. tVnltar S. ,t"ny. IttI llrr. .lrrlr'grtlhln pnrllk'rrr. lo1. .;. lqrlnh (iorxlnrtlr. rrnrl llnir. rlsy ls vlrlhlc lrr.llre crrnrrrrurilly. ('hat'k's llernrftrrt. nr.rrs nrrrl rtu rlori'l hnvo lo httlrllxht 'lt 6f Wl,lll lnrl rrrrxlornlor1llpr1.1sp bl rlrlhrrr lk.r{rlx.r.g. 'l'tr. [!lnyor of Irnr Io I lrc cltctrt of llrlrrglrr* ltr rn- il.rtny rllicurskln lo be hcnrrlltrc- rlcttllnvllr.d nny l)ngles'orxl rcnlnt tu ro{1-rrr.sl (.lsrls'" ll P. N. Srrnrlnl,. rnkl ltlr. (irxrl. Itltrr ln nn elforl llo rncclllrX - rvltlr kr.cp llrrr.r of
lefl;{' I\lr'.'l'rr1'lrn' rr.rporrrltll: "tl1.prx..

of llrc flrut rner.llng lnnl rtlltrl nl hls ('ll.y llnll offler.. llo rnlrl lrc tvlll lnsrrr. n nlnlcrncrrt nt lt

lngr or lo rcporl on lho t.onlerrlr

'l'lre nrltrlslcr nrlrnlllorl hr.

rr.ns rrrrrrt

ltrrl' Zrrlx.r. vlnlblv rcpresrrrl t'rxtttrtttttk.0l klrt

o1rr.lt.

Ruce-Guoup
I
8/r t/6e* glewood Negro Leaders' Sought TRmisn ati6n-- 0f H a rti Son ; N. 1,. A. C. P. Pre$ident

te OtlCo,ntideruce
.'' (Contldued hom piSa rncDt, whlch . drry reld. wlll
lrom a polltlcal rrce .wflh U,
Porl'

Re-pierentatlvo Adam Claylon
Congreralonal Dlrtrlct to lerd the

S.

Englewood lntegmtlop ftght. lntegmtlof flght. --Uol_lltundry wlth-lubcr.o l. , 'Zuber har clrer3cd tt. centril Ntv YorL radlo brroadcast. Mr. lntermedlato rchool plan . wrr ' C@d'man-wUt CcUito.Zubct to- worlcd out bctwben' .tlp Board rrorrcw on I tepcd radlo PrG .Educallon. and thc Clty admln. 1lrrln to bo brcrdcart on W'LIB ol lrtqatlon wlth thc kiiowlcdsc tt et6P.M. i Ur. Tsylor.uld lut nlS.ht ttiet woulrl meel rtrong loQt oppoZubcr also hbi rald he bclleves olouded drwed Covernor.- [!Cherd J^_ltutheC tn

' Ur. '.Trytq irsucd Nr

,.._]ormedlrlc.rchod.

: ; t'IUe-lt -oosnulna io'bsrceil wood'rehdol contr6wrryt ?/;brt tnh on tbc nrra btut. thc ccn. tr.tllrrt rrohrvrl_f,nd yt ffC_tfyi_ rald tho ell4e<t d1lner m{dhg betwccrr_volts-qffr-G plrn
rt-elteb' brvc tbrlrl t+r-Mr.{rylor-rrld.-.took plrce 4 or 9-weakr e

.

:

df Ca'tbal

woulq nor tnrcrtorQ tn Inc lLnIJte. would nbt lnCerfore ln the Erlxle.

-fo- Vi,lk-"

.

tli

iT-ttrc, gtate

- -llrbod.r

-Y

.rallyj

Black Musllm movement of'New orF-warlnvlted -to- sddrtf,rlhe-

the raf,y, raylnf he'didn't want .to tdd lo the spllt wlthtP Enllc. rvood'l Negro communlty.'

Malcolin X wlthdrew from

yerterdry. "Tho- Governor-h-evqg, m?r$c--ItTttt' (Volk);"'t--- .' .'' Zubcr hay pald hlr lnterert ln - to ret lo'thlr gchool ls1te,i' Y3. Englewood f. was only acrdemlc .. Trylc nld, the Tbc ccntrel flfth- rnd rlxth- untll last fech. He sald plan hrlr. lng ol rcbool plan. proporcA July vlncedthe bcntral-rchool wr1con. rrrdc hlm that the.Clty not U.by tbc Borrd.of.Educrtlon !!
--

IUrs. Ernestlne Cotrlght. correT npondlng secietary of lhe loccl N. A. /ti'{.l. I'. branclt lssued tlte '

r[ tor--r-rpoctet-stostb

followlng rtatement lartt hlght
g

Il-mcmbcr-. crccutlvc- lxurd : "The boartl unanlnroullY gave Augurtus O. llarrlson, ihe Prell' dent. a vote of confldencc ln hlc

-oI

: nry fundr lmplement Jhe nlu-Tbc rnogep-yer - nmdrd- to, relurhlrh ttrc, ..'.lqitor,Hlgb old Eogle Street
:.

e llnt rteg ln ellcvlath3 rrelal lmbalenco ln ' tbe clemcntary rchoob. wm balted. JulY .30. ltc Board ol School Erllmate votcd !2 lo wltbhold thc neccr''lo.'

retln8_ln good lallh, and hb, wlll thcrefore devote .all' hts -encr8y to leadlng tho Negro llqht for ln.

tegratlon.

I

-lI.''A- A. C. P,;Prerldent and whole'heart' ccllyiebdorreb hlr rlght at an ln' dlvtdual to act ln r .manncr Por petuatlng the stond and ldeal
of the N. A. A. C.
P.

leadershlp

ar

of

the

School bu0dlng. rlte 'rchool. - ot. tbc DrApolcd central Meyor_ Auqtln N.. Volk .and .---Couqcllmin Councllmen Wllllam D. Tlcknor tflillam rnd 'kurl A.'. ErrleI *!ne --rbni€ mdmbc'rt'vbir- Tet-ocd =. the $c

' "We want lt clearly undcrrtood that we have never mlrUndct. rtood hk pUrpose ln Jolning the |'Engleword Movement'." I Orr Augurt I llarrlaon and three i.other lndlvlduah arkml Ncw York I attorney Paul 8,. 7.uber to .er> ordlnatc a movement ln Ert8le'

to dlrcuu the problem. . ''-i 'I\teanwhlle pleur. for thc Aq8u!t lC relly ln MrcKay Plrk ' 'rrl bclal-@Btlnucd. --.*8arr{soa-tsld Jrd=n l'gbt-tt c
,

Volt har bcguq. e rrllr -wlth. lndlvldurlr ln-ol-Erctlntr thc publlc-rcbml cootcrrrted 'troveny ltr

--Utiot

l'/

wood t0 (lght wltat tlrey cltarged war raclal regregation. ' ,., Mr. Taylor and the Rov. J.

Iaulad.omax. author o[ tht"'NcWllllam tk!tt.lrt!; -fc-Rdt',',tc Sprlng Valley chap ldent of

---'lcr.of

tha'Rev. OoorSe liwrdnce, fleld

thc.

N. A; A;-C---P;;-and

'lsalah Goodmrn of tlte Flrrt BrP. tlst' Church.' acknowledgert- Negro

lerders here, have oP6r.red the

- thn kaderrhlp Confercnce. rylll rpcal rt tltc rally. lle celd'ethcr
lnvltoUonr hate becn lssued.

64s6't1py -of-{ hc-€ottthcrn - Chrlc-

tactlcr of the tsn3lewood

(Contlnucd on pago 2, column

Move-

l)

ntght that

Zubcr an[ounced Wednerday h! wrs wltMlawlng

N.A.A.C.P. ENDORSES ENGLE}YOOD NEGRO
Special to The New York Times. New York Times (l \57-Current file),' Aug 12, 1962; ProQuest Historical Newspapers The New York Times ps. 66

i

iN

.

A.

EN

1,,5f;"Ty.?Fl;,Tii*g:f,jli#ei;ii|.!lt1eT'!Ta?l,?fi liti,'g-

. Irrr ritrrrrrnr\ Rr ?

GLWIffiD NEcRgle,Ti'Jf: o%h"&.#lll, :3illii,: / llJi'H#'#iiJ';fi1ff'a jru"ii'J. '* *=*rt'1, qtrulrtrt vL Spcctat to Tlra Ner York Tlme!, J - .
A r,.-.l Harrison and thrgg othgrs for

A.C.n Eryr0RSES ffiutii#.,.i1'$jil"r*H.;t#
i

.?,

trt**qf, .H;q;r:i-:,T#ig,?-*-#iis'qi'-[,tuH,?fi
5iii"':?%,J.,:*:f*
president,lraoteeri-ailr!-d'toi"-g:.^?31t":?l::,.y"s-"pparent-lx *virit"" -!. eausing disu-nitv among the ^aign -'6t-' iit" Ii;ir: Enelewood Neroes'

ru. r dec,ineu *" said ;"g"rt"r-'-e.tgr.;iq9n, the'Pg'Y invitation because he
tnvited Paul B.

;;;-Ilrilf,:&*

stand and ideals of N. A. A. c. P.rt Mr. Taylor, minlster. of

Zuber to enter the Englewood School integration rnovement. Mr. Zuber in turn had lnvited Malcolm X, the Black Muslin leader to a rally next Saturday. The comrnrttee sald that it, "wholeheartedly endorsed his right as an indtvidual to actr in a rnanner perpetuating thei
thel

fiiio{"a f"t*;r i;.ria.iil'"[' Harrison had

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Edltor, Tho Record z V Our ^ Tb" SaveO.'N. Nclghboihood -8roup (S. Schoolr t.) ln Entlcvood hir come up-wlt[ ltr own Dlln for rolvtn(-iaTlhl-lfr-. brhncc ln lhe Enilewood etcreothlly eallr lor voluntayy lranr.i lel of tomc l7!I rtudentr ln alt Srrdcr lrom tho l.lneoln Schml
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o. N. S. group ipencl ln ltr plan? Whleh plon lonn correetly bo charaetcrlzerl. ir "hnrllly conccivr:rl? t' 2. 'l'lto plry lor n r.r!rrlrat lrrlcr.nterllnlo rcliool lr rupporlcd by lliupt rlnlondent. o[ ' Scluxrlr t)i. Shedd,. I lrtlrred profoulonnt erl.
gthe S.

lerrlvlng el

mcntrry rehools. Thlr plan
to thc Roorcvelt, Cleveland.

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6ehoolr. _-[iit .-;d; .tht mertrs or i, thlr phn: thh- ptrir I" l; Tlrc E. O; N. S. grorm her ! Uoo'r phn for r contrel lnler+ mcdLrtc (tllth Lmgdlttt(rl@end rlrth orrrl'li ; rcDml rt hertlly concelved. Ac:i tult7 lln'-Eorrd 'ot Educrilon' i tnd t^bo EuDqrlrtcndert of Schootr lronr -lFFtproblram tEa -r-t?lr-aruqnnr tbo hcfono rtrlvlnt at tri - propcmd rolutlon. How toru atC
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aor'l cotIol Becsse tbe respooslbtlldaa fox tbe operstioo geoera1 scbml fn tfie qf a cmnlty.g reiools-"'! 3et eortt clearlyinserfereoce in the g* dlzeca les of ,ure Ettte, I a p;;"d"d^ Edrcatlorr' Orr sehool 1rc sac actloss of the ?nglerpod-fo"ia cf Ecle sultec to dltend-ne 10ca1 bssGd On, tbe Err,on that ao one ie P"lfttht" a 1ocal loard of B&reatio'

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ATATE Oi NE}v JER3EY EFARTMENT OF LAVY AND PUALIC SAFETY

DlYlSl()N OF LAVV

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MEMORANDUM

T-*
DArE:

ro:

Hughes FRoM: Attorney General Sills
Governor

U

suBrEcr' E*""attiat" Pot"rr r.
Statgs of the
Case:

1w,-:.|* I c.rll l4/U+' lI al

Augusr L4, Lg6z

-=Errg1.g_o&_d-S"hool

Dirp,rt.

on July 9, L962 rhe Federal Disrrict courr
dismissed a suLt brought by certain Negro minors and

their parents against the Board of Education of the city of Englewood, the city superintendent of schools
and the State Comrissioner

of Education.

The basis

for

this di'srnissal, which was without prejud,ice to the filing of another comPlaint, was the failure of the plaintiffs to exhaust the state adninistrative remedies which are
available under N.J.S.A.
GonmLssloner
18 z3-L4

and 15 before the

of Education and the State Board of Edueation. Ttre plaintiffs have not as yer filed a peririon

before the Corrrnissioner under N.J.S.A. l-8 z3-L4 nor have they serr,red the Coumissioner with a notice of appeal from

the decision in the Federal District court.

:

cncomLtant

o

i cur Iegar ErasrEr.on

arr

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Aslminlstratlve Ssne_dies_gvai_1nb1e ro plainriff

s

In the decision in the Federal District Court, Judge Augelli pointed out that two state adninistrative

to the plai.ntiff s: One remedy is avaiLable through the comissioner of Educationr s power to decide aLL eontrovgrsigt and 4isp.qFes arising
remedies lrere available

under ths school L?ws which includes disputes involving

raciaL discrinination Ln the public schools .
18:

N. J . s

.

A.

L4-2. Ttre second renedy is aff orded by N. J . S .A. L8:25-1,, et seg., the trl,aw dgainst Discriminationtt.

Tlris

Latter procedure was uentioned only incidentally by the court although it nas followed in welker v. Board of
Education of the cLtv oE Englewoog (M-1268, May L9, L955)
where the Cornmissioner ordered

the Local Board to redraw

attendance

llnes and to

cLose a

junior high sehool so as

to eli-ninate the discrinination then existing. It is lnportant to note that under N.J.S.A.
L8:3-L4 the CmLsstoner of Education

sitting

as a quasi-

of the Attorney General on points of law raised by the parties to the dispute. Ttre Attorney General does not actively participate in prosecuting
seeks the advice

judicl'al officer

the case. However, under the

Law Against Dlscrimination,

not onLy private parties but also the ComissLoner of Education, the Gomissioner of Labor and Industry and

the AtLorney General nay bring
General activeLy participates
done

a

cmplaint, and the Attorney

in its prosecution as was
above

in the tlaLker case referred to
Powe.rs

.

N. J . S

.A.

18: 25- 13 .

Executive

Article 5, $1, par.
the

11 provides:

end he shalL have power, by appropriate action or proceeding in the courts brought in the name of the State, to enforce compLiance with any constitutional or Legislative mandate, or to restrain violation of any constitutionaL or _legLslative power or duty, by any

thie

ttT'lre Governor shal-L take care that Laws be faithfuLLy exeeuted. To

State; but this power shall not be construed to authorLze aly action or proceeding against the Legislature. tl
Thls provl,sion was invoked by the Governor

officer,

department

or agency of

the

in the case of Drir"oll g. lnrlinqloo Brirtol B"idg. co., 8 N.J. 433, 476 (L952) and puulr_q senrice coordinared , 5 N.J. Lg6, 209 (Lgso). rn the Englewood matter, the state of New Jerry could bring an action in our courts to restrain the violation of *:t . S.A. 18: 11- 1 (whtch requires each schooL distriet to provide suitaFlg school facilities and sccorp\

i

modations

for alL children who reside in the district), N.J.S.A. L8:L4-2 (which prohibits the exclusion of any

chtld from the Public school on account of his religion

natJ.ona].j.cy, or coLor), N.J.,S.A. L8:25-4 (which strat,es

that all persons shalL have the opPortunity "to obtain

all the accormodations, advantages, facilities, and privileges of any place of public accolmodatlont') and Article 1, paragraph 5 of Ehe New Jersey Constitution (which prohibics segregation in the Public schools because of raee) . This method of procedure, howelrsl, would be inconsistent with our stand in the Federal DisCrict Court and indeed subject to the same defect as the proceeding brought by petitioners Lhere, i.€.1 the
failure to enhaust adninistrative remedies. Article 5, $4, pax . 2 of the New Jersey Constitution prorrldes that each princiPal department shall be under the supervision of the Gsvernor. Any porilers the Gcrrrernor may have in reference to the Englewood
matter would be exercised through the Comissioner of
Education and the State Board of Education.

Commissioner of EducaEion and Srate Board of Edr,rcar,ion. Adninisc.rative PoqE:rs of j!.he _ _ _
N.J .S .A. L8 iz-L, which

establishes the State

Department

of Education, places the "general supervision of public inst:rrction in this Staterr in the
Board

and control-

State Board of Education. The statute charges the

"w'tth the duty of planning and recontrnending respecting the unified, continuous and efficient developrnent of

public educationtr.
N.J .S .A. 18 i2-4, which concerns

the powers of

the State Board, provides under subsection (b) that the Board ttr"y prescribe and enforce rul,es and regulaLions
necessary
statetf .
I

to carry into effect the school laws of thls
Under the above section the Governor might
I

I

request the State Board to compose and promulgate reguLations applicabLe to all schooJ. districts to correct

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the effects of de facto segregation, vrherever it exists

in the State.

Such a

regulation might include various

possibl-e soJ-utions (such as are fotrrd

in the study done

on Engl-ewood schooLs) and may also permit a schrool

district to

come
'

fomard with its

own

plan within

a

specified time.

If such regulations were promulgated they might
be tied in with provisions of the School Aid Act of L)54,
N.J.S

.A.

18: 10- 29

"

30

to

18: L0- 29

.63, which require parand

ticipating districts to
standards be prescrlbed by law

comply

with the rules

for the equalization of opportunity which may or fo:nmLated by Lhe Counissioner

of Education or the State Board of Education pursuant to .-law. N.J .S .A. 18: L0- 29 .44 authorizes the Coumissioner ( \ to withhold all or part of the municipal-ities t share of
/
,f

$tate aid for fail-ure to conply with any regulation or
standard.

\

to the present time no rul-es or standards for the eEralization of opportunity have been prescribed. I"loreov€rr if a regulation aimed at eLinrinati-ng
Up
de

facto segregation is violat€d, the state might proceed
the court,s to
compeL compliance.

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1

WnfCn

alI

IJ.LJ.6crltLD

tlsvv

Cormissioner of Educatlon and St,at,e Board of Educat'i on. Administrative Powers of the
N.J.S Department

.A. 18 iZ-L, which establishes the State

of Education, places the "general supelruision
Eoard

and

control of public instrrrction in this State'r in the

State Board of Education. The statute charges the

"with the duty of pI-anning and recommending respecting the r:nified, continuous and efficient development of
pubLic educationtt.
N.J .S .A. 18 ?2-4, which concerrrs

the powers of

the State Board, provides under subsection (b) Ehat the
Board ttray prescribe and enforce

rules and regulations

necessary
Staterr.

to earuy into effect the school laws of this
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Under the above section the Governor might

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reguest the State Board to compose and promulgate regu-

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lations applicable to all school districts to correct the effects of de facto segregation, wherever it exists in the State.
Such a regulation might include various
done

possible soJ.utlons (such as are forrnd in the study

Le:al traclltLon

Lr. wllrL:tr dt-L r!L!6

i

il
I

on Englewood sch.ool-s) and may also permit a school

district to

come forward
'

with its

own

plan w"ithin

a

specified time.

If such regulations were promuLgated they might
be tied in with provisions of the School Aid Act of L)54,
N.J.S

.A.

18:10- 29 3A

to

18: 10- 29 .63, which

reguire parand
may

ticipating districts to
standards

comply

with the rules

for the equaLization of opportunity which

be prescrlbed by law or for:unrLated by the Conrnissioner

of EducaLion or the $tate Board of Education pursuant to law. N.J.S .A. 18: 10- 29 .44 authorizes the Cormrissioner ( \ to trlthhold all or part of the municipaLities t share of * -)
I

/State aid for failure to
tandard.

compLy

with any regulation or or standards

r.. s

Up to the present time no ruLes

for the eqralization of opportunity have been prescribed.
Moreov€f,r
de ].n
a

if a regulation aimed at eliminating

facto segregation is violat€d, the state might proceed
the courts to
compeL compliance.

N.J.S.A.

1B z3-7

Pro\tl-cles

c.tr.aL t.[r.e Ccrrrmris;slorr.c;-

-

of Education shall be secret ary of the State Board. He is required to enforce a1l- :rrLes and regul-ations pr€scribed by the State Board and shall have supet:vision of
"a11 schools of the state receiving any part of
Ehe

state appropriaLiontt.
The Comnissioner
I

s

own rule-making power

is

subject to the approval of the State Board, N.J.S.A.
18: 3- 7 .L.

is the chief executive officer of the department and the official agent for the State Board for all purposss o N .J . S .A. l-8 i 3-7 .2 .
The Comrissioner N.J.S

.A.

18: 3- 19 provides :

;:H:ilcting

"Ttre Comrissioner sha11 from time ti"me instnrct county and city superintendent,s as to their duties and the best manner of conducting sehooLs and and furnishing school-

to

N.J.S .A. L8 23-2A provides :

"The Co,missioner with the advice and consent of the state board shall hoLd meetings of coturty and city superintendents at least once in each year for the discussion of school. affairs and rf,ays and means of promoting a thorough and efficient system of educaEion.tt

on Englewood school-s) and may a1-so permi-t, a schrool

disLrict to

come fo::r,rard

with its

orfirr

plan within

a

specified ti"me. '

If such regulations were promulgated they might
be tied in with provisions of the SchooL Aid Act of !)54,
N.J .S .A. 18: 10- 29 " 30

to

L8: 10- 29 .63, which compLy

require p&rand

ticipating districts to
standards be prescrlbed by law

with the rules

for the equalization of opportunity which may or
for:unrl-ated

by the Comnissioner

of Education or the $taLe Board of Education pursuant to .law. N.J.S .A. 18: L0- 29 .44 authorizes the Coumissioner t \ to withhold aLl or part of the municipalities share sf
()

,;State aid for faiLure to comply with any regulation or
standardo

\

Up to the presenL time no

rules or standards

for the equalization of opportunity have been prescribed.
Moreov€r, if a regulation aimed at el-irninating de facto segregation is violat€d, the state might proceed

in the courts to

compel compliance.

l-fr

WnLCn

aI I

! J' Lr-6slr

ue

rte t v

N.J.S.A.

18 z3-7

provides ttrat the conmissioner

of Education shal-l- be secretary of the state Board. He is required to enforce aLL :rrles and reguLations pE€scribed by the State Board and shaLL have superuision of ttaLl schools of the state receiving any part of the

state appropriationtt.
The Comissioner
I

s own rule-making power is

subject to the approval of the state Board, N.J.S.A.
18: 3- 7 .L.

The Comissioner

is the chief executive

of fi-cer

of the department and the official agent for the State Board f or all purposss o N .J . S .A. 18 2 3-7 .2 .
N.J.S.A. 18:3-19 provides:
ItT'he

to ti.me i.nst:rrct eounty and city sup€rintendents as to their duties and the best manner of conducting schools and
houses . tt

Comrissioner shaLL from time

constrrrctlng and furnishing school-

N.J.S

.4.

18

z3-2A provides:

( \ ) ) I I \

with the advice and consent of the state board shall hoLd meetings of cotnty and city superintendents at least once in each year for the discussion of school affairs an ways and means of promoting a thorough and efficient system of education."

ttThe Co,missioner

Through ttrese meeLl.ngs ttre co

l,,stoner

reguest the county and city superintend,ents to use rheir good offLces to heLp correct existing inequities in

'rr-s,rrr

local school districts.
superl.ntendent,s

The general supervision

of the

publtc schools in a district is in the county and ciry

. N.J.s.a.

LB:4-7

(c) and N.J.s .A. Lg :4- 10 .
by the
com-

The county superintendents are appointed

missioner of Education, by and wlth the advice and consent

of the State Board.
under N.J .s .a. 18: 11- 2, whenever a schooL dis-

trLct fails to provide suitabl,e school facilities and accolmodations for all children residing in a given d,istrLct, the corrnty superintendent of schools is required to transmLt to the custodian of school noneys an order requlring hin to w:ittihold from the district aLl frrnds rBceived as state school aid untLl such suitable
and accotmodations

facilities
from

shall be provided. This order
become

the county superintendent does not

effective until
Education.

it is

approved

in writing by the Co,rnmissioner of

Ttre county superintendents might be ab]-e to
make

effective use of N.J.S.A. 18 2LL'2 in meeting with Loca1 school districts and endeavoring to persuade them

with a sL€lt€-wide policy in the fotm of a regulatLon promtrlgated by the Corrrmissioner and the StaLe

to

comply

Board

of Education wtrlch seeks to eli"minaLe de facto
Rerredies :

segregatlon.

Adninistrative

As noted

in the decision of Judge Augelli' the

plaintiffs in the Englewood case have a remedy readily available to them under N.J.S.A. 18 23'L4 and N.J.S.A. L8: 3- 15 . Ttre former statute empowers the Conrmissioner to decide alt controversies and disputes arising under the schooL laws, and the latter statute provides for a
frrrther appeal to the State Board of Education. The plaintiffs in Lhe Englewood case have not fiLed a petition
pursuant to N.J.S .A.
1,8: 3-

14.

The lllalker case which $tas decided

by the Com-

missioner of Educatlon in

1955

tflaw Against DJ.scri"minatioot', N.J.S .A. 18 225-L,

'

was brought under the

S

g9g.

This statute pe::nits the Corunlssioner of Education, the

tradition

ar^

Attorney Generar., and the corrrmissioner of Labor and rndustry to file complaints. Ttte Attorney GeneraL participates

ln the Prosecution of the lts
own concerning

compLaint '

Ttre Stete egtrld conduct, an

investigation of

discrimination in the schools of Errglewood. rf it is satisfied that discrimination exists the Co,rrnnlssloner of Education or the Attorney GeneraL
could then fiLe a cornpl,aint with the Divisi.on on civiL

Rights. I'hen, lnstead of having to wait for the individual f.itigants to bring errldence before the comnissioner under 1g:3-14, the state couLd controL Ehe course of lltigation
and

participate in the ProsecuEion of the case ' this I step wouLd not be in vioLation of Judge Atrgelli s order
since his opinion i"npl,ies that the Wglksr case
was

properly handled before the Divisi-on.

It
probLem

may be more

approPriate in meeting the

of de facto segregation to proceed under the school laws rather than the Laws Against Dlscrimination. Ttre authority granted by the school Laws to assure equal
educational, opportunity may allow a broader and more

apProPriate approach to the problo1n. It
necessary

wo1rLd

not be

to

prcnTe

intentionaLr purposeful discrimination

r,y dl.rect evidence or by implication. I'he City of Englewood may

very welL be able to establish Lhat Negroes are
a1,1,

freely adnltted to

public school s within the

established zones of attendance, that there are uany
Negro teachers Ln the school system,

that the zones

Irere reasonably drawn and other faetors that would negate

the charge of intentional, irvi.dious discrinination.
However, the

real purpose in eliminating de facto

segregation is the establishment of an educational-

that meets the emoti.onaL needs of the students. Ttris appears to be more of an educational problem than
atmosphere

a probleu arising under the Laws Against DiscriminaLion.

Respectfully submitted,
ARITTT'R SILLS ATTORNEY GENERAL OF NEI{ JERSEY

J.

Deputy Attorney GeneraL

Ttiomiis

F. Tansey

STATtrI'ENT L:i ;O'v'i.l{NC! I{!C1IARD J . l{I.]GTlIlS Februa r--Y 15 19 63
,,

fty stsff that a delegation of citizens from clip fi' rg!.er,rood today visited my office to aslc my return fron this vacation "''i i:l:nily in order to give "irnmedia Ee and personal attentiontr to school enroilment
been infornecl by

t I i,..r"

.--n,U.;ions

in

Englewood.

r"'i This group, in a.statement presentetl to my office' alleges ti'3t .,iviousvacuunofleadershipan<lresponsibilitypresent].yexistsonti-..Sti.ce
r;.,el -'' This is not in accordance with the facts'
Under process stiPula

'..i.connissionerRaubinser'.hasbeforelrimthreecomplaintsinvolvi'ngall-e;-ec Raubinger is uncler a legal and more-l i;L:i .,,.., jrc.,jlr tion ir: Englewood. Conmissioner :r..''.i:omakenostatenentconcerninghisdeteuninationuntilhehasascercair'l:c. .. i::its and applied the public policy of the State to chose facts'

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harre made

a number of statements concerning general State policy

--';:'

j-Ler regard to t,de tactor, se$regalion in the schooLs. I rnade Lhese statements :sel consur:aEior: vith couniss'ioner Raubinger. In the various school segregatio:i

Lhar ,"iay come before him, Conrnissione! Raubinger, I am confident' r'rii api '
p; i..:-*;.

'ra

r

as the facts in each case

may $arxant

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T}i.':delegationvisitingmyofficeassertsthat|,theprivatel'yinitiated '.i:-: lrl.gs cannot solve this crisis.t' This is to ask for a. governmen t > not of law' -;c cf men. I resent such a requesc and all that it irnplies ' Iwouldobservetha::judieialandadroinistrativeactionsinitiated'5y and urany other natter: , ii,ate complainants are well able to bring decisions on this ."lo.jdfurtherobservethatthehistolicBrol',ncaseof1954$,asaPrivatel.. lnitialedmat'tefinvhichthel'niledStatessupremeCourtruledoutEhedoclri.^r' ofseParatebutequalfacilitiesinschoolsandopenedthe.l,oo!toful].edr,c.itiong].
.)pp

rrEunity in our country

Thetlel-egationfindsfaulta'itht'd.e1.ay.'inreachingadetermination"-.: T1:: ' 's :-: a fact that, in our American sys te:'l of lar'" there is delay involved' ';ighi" "r c:' ;'-: 1e;uL tradition ir' which all Litigants have the
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.i1y hear<i ,d :o carry an appeal to Ehe highest Possible trlbunal '

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d\, sure tirat, on reflecEion, all cit,izens of Englewood and i.ier,.r Jersey, rro mar;.Eer

what tsheir views on particular school maELers, would not destroy Chis process. t

For in the end, lve all would be losers.
conrnissioner Raubinger has informed me
aEtoxneys representing

that, on anicable

agreement

of

ai.l parties in the rhree

Englewood cases, and indeed. ro

convenience other professional corsnitments
dorvn

of

some

of

such attorneys, he has set

April l for the opening of hearings and has asked aLL parties Lo nake themselves availabre for iive consecutive days, For the convenience of the litigants, he
has scheduled the hearings to be heLd in Hackensack.

to abide by LegaL1y u"c"bli"h.d pxocess and co r,rork for any equitable solution that would not subvert the desired end., r in.end Eo abide by that process.
concerned
When

'r urge alr.

I

was slrorn as Govetnor

of

New

Jersey, I swole to uphold the Consti_

Jersey. r wir-r. do so. r Ehink the people of New Jersey do noc expect me to be a politicaL coward. r do not exDect to return from these few days of vacation lrith my wife.and farni-1y to
and
New

Eurion and laws

of the uniEear staEes

of

visitors. rt is apparent lre that they waited untir- r hact lefr the state to make Lhis bid for pubricity_ I expect to return, as scheduled, on February 26.
unannounced

sa.isfy.an obvious pubLicity bid by these

to

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ber Hr. Appel3 * fng$! ghottld 1lks to red yer for tba aplrtt I of yurr approaeb to this dlffteult prcbleo. *&lttadly, the te* of adaptfng thc mlgbbortrood co,acept * slth ttr nll-settlad vlruree ,',- to the prtnery requfmat of, eEral educatlmal opportilnltles for all ls a dtff,tcrrlt oas rnd; I nlgftt edd, oae oysr rblch rretaooable nelt can dlffar.
rorklng
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ltank yan for yarr letter la rtrleh Jrqt c@r*nlcate ths cmtcnEs of your letter to ualnr Tolk,
eoncenlng tlre prcs€og rcbool eontrsrurry

geod 1111.

pmblor ln tha erruF

I muld bopc ttr+t rftb tbrtr toard of

tha cltlzeae of rrrglercod, vll,l approach t&slr splrlt of rcaaonablwss end
3&rcetton,

8lncarely youn,

Itr. ItrD J", 160 lcbrmr gmcer llglmod, [ru Jerrcy
&rg$r 17r 1962
R.IH: CCS :ht

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The Honorable Riclrard Hughes , Govenror of Ner Jersey

f an addressing this letter to the foUsrlng addittonal indlvidrrale organlzatlons, and the press of our eonmrnlty;
the Honorable John F. Kennedy, Prnesident of the United States Ihe Honorable Austln N. Vo1ke Uayore Englerrood, New Jersey The Board of Edrrcatlon, hglemood, Nem Jeraey Thc l{onorable IH.IIlan D. ?ichnore Jr., Councilnan-at-Large The Honorabl-e Kurt A. Ers1ev, First Tfard Ccnrnci]-nan tlre Hsnorable Edward S. Brockie, Jr. e Second Trarrt Councilnan The Honorable FrankLin A. Botsford, tldnt Ward Councllnan llre Bergen Record
The Press Joumal

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...so that yar ed the other pcople lnvolved, can see tbe effort aad c@lictloo that rifc, qrsclS, aod rr[ surc Eost of the rationar, J.ar abrdng and fomard tbinldrog parcnta of hgle,rood srg_readJr to engage ia in orrier to press the novenelrt for the begt possibrffffi.Dr a1r tue ittlreren of thts clt5r, regardrees of racc, rel3.gioa, color, creed, otr..geographical locaU.a.
rry

Dear lbyor

Volk,
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urge you to uee yorr good offlce rnd. influenec to reconsLder your dcclsLm.rlth regaad to ftDds to be nadc areileble to the Boa:d of Educetion :.n irdcr to engage Ja the flrEt stcp as outrlned by- tbe Boanl, torard advanclag thc aoaccpt of a csatrar 5th- snd- 6th gradc school, and ltta establtebtrect.,to raie- tlre }ovel d cnr rbolc sahrcatd.onar syrsf,en 'nd t'o:begtn to eod the racLar idbakace of shdents rrtu rcgard {o the adnltted sqgsrlg t nrt ng 981 reglstra$.on of Negro children la thc llncob lchool of apprordnat€Iy -9 tl" rldle at the.sane tdue_ therc ia.2l 60 to ?06 t{egro cbl.litrca ln thc Llbedt achool, incnvlregistrati.on Ncgm registraticn tn crcvcland, rl.ft' ' -- .t. i.n Rooscvclt, aud lr.6l l-B euarlas.

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c aote rith dccp concern that tlerc arc forces lor at, ftrk thet rourd sLdetrack aad sbclve t'hl's nost lnportant issue through l.adcclsim ard cvasion of rcsponalbl11ty.
we aa pereBts of tro chirdren prbl:tc achool systen yq !9, euppo:t the einccrc, andin the Eaglerroodoi the Eogrcnooa- s"adctroog\lr nrge honcat eiforts oc afu;etrt nen eail :d lUg good achelve ronau la our conn:nl-ty, nho are gfd''i of theLr orm tine and a tnrly denocrafi.c ani'rearry {torredge to plao. "ei""-iati"" Eir""i-rrilJti.ii* Sincere3.y

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POLICE ALERT

M F()ES PICKET
TUBBR'S RALLY
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I'olicl Wilt Ilar'l'hem
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rlcrt.

lte hrrrert lrollt thc irrrk' 'flrc rlllY, orgunlced )'Y lnlr" urrl lonltt fcurler l'artl ll' 7'tr)*r'. ivrr to be a lrrrrlrrl hY Nr'1t'rrr (jlly
ollelrtlrlr rllrrrtlrllort wlllr Itt t'orrtct rrr(:lol llnblllttcc ltl prtbllr: ctcntcttlarY xEnls' Pr.llM lt{rt(rN t)l{ N l t4 l)

rloi-ttt lru)Prrr.wcrc ttt

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man rntl Wnllrr S. '[n-ylrrr. orrt. Caplaln lllbert llarley, r;xrkcn rrlllcr ol lho rnlly, hnd r:hlol rlrrrln{ lhe rlck. relurlly lrclprrl lhn rrlly by urg.

lFrrrr.y rurlrl lhlr ntornlng: "l'!n not loltt1 lo lol llrenr ln

ahfr.nse

ol (lhlcl

Jorcplr

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'fhr Arlrcrlr.arr Nrtlrrnll I'trly lrrt lly Jlhlt l'ullr'r, lorlrrrr uldr: it (;ctrrY, l,tltlrrln l(rr kwrll, r rrkttl lxrllr:e 't'lrrtt'rrluY lrt lll ptrlttlt trr crrttttll'ttlclltottrlrotl' iltr lrrrk wltat ltc rulrl wlrn Lultci't rrtilwlrllc r!lly. l'srlrrlr' rlrrn wl.r rlr:nle<t .ro Ift't,Mtt tllt' prrk rlt'crrly woulrl bt: ln urr tlrrt lt wlr trlrncrl lrxllry {ltnt Irrt lrr lnrt lrlr r'o'collctt 1[tr<'k rteltrchrlenl wottlrl attlnrl llrr: rally rtclplte rlenltl ol tltc fx:r'
lr.oclatcrl ['rcrr ]n Nrw Yrrrk
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"lle I I'nllerl wlll hnvo ,ln (tP' rrnll f lo lenvr' pcaetlully, lnrt ll ltc docrn'l lte Jrrrt mttht u lnrl rr;r ln lhnl Jnll ho'r lalklnt trlrrul. " tsarloy rrlrl lhr. r'llY wer qrrlcl, rrrl arlded lrr. clpnelerl ntrlorlly' arrlvlnl lrlr ra.ke rr lo lrlln hlr prrrnlnl. Mlyor Arrxlln N. Volk nnrl lrrloy mct- ycrlcrdry wllh rlll Marlln J. l'nrher. I'rttrerrlor (lu.y W, Callrrl, lntl Cortnly ollr.e ('hk.l Cltlrlrr l.o Prerll
rowdt nil lclpnlr.d ll lhr. rally a0rl procfittl lnnnry m?tittra't lo
yold or lo -moet''tn!r' vlohnce.t,R(iND TO NTAY AWAY
rrrnp rlrnlr.fiy.'l'hl'y tllrctttrld relf le pllle rnt lo hrndle lnrgo

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ln( lholr t. ongr?ltll.rni nol lo lrnrl ()l lhe rally llrcll.-Zrrher rald lrrrrr.r lo lrr fllrcurrarl -wllt bo renewerl oconomle dcmonrlrr. llonl ;y Nerro rhopJrerr. e dmr. lo.<lrxrr voler rcjlrlrrl'lon drlvc. and Covcrnbr lltehrrd J. llrrghcr'r allllrrrta l(rwrrd the tlnrlowojd rttuatlon. ll lhe hllly lr ruccemfrrl. Zub.i cr rald.. .rlrnllar dcmrrnrlrrllonr rrrrn wlll arlro lhrorrlh llrc Slalc

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l'"1jlil wlu not lr lntlmlrlarrt t,v I throair rrl vlolcn(:e lrom Zubcr lrnd hh flolr.. About FvGD.of I'n*ff '""1 "l; li,i' ;li J# .pl:il I {try g.rtng lo lall ll ncccrrrry"' I zulr.t hrr rrld rorno l$ lor' I lnt13 Nrtro ..rvlcrtfi! wlll r'c I thr rrllY to hrndlc I I ;;;.;i-;t I rrrv dhturbtncer. t I irr. cttlor rrld gbrly nrcnr' I 16 rvlrlrc i I l*r. woulrl bc drerr,t{ lr(:urtlrrucd oo Ptga 2. column {l
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lmrler hevc rlln ti hlrn lr Allhoufh ho rald ha doet nol crprgl rny vlolcnct., Forher 'rald -Crnrnly ltoll<v hevc bcqn
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placarl rin rlanrlhy alorl.

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t'erlf'lor whet :he rrld wor; thclr rltemplr lo ,brlnl ln pcnplc who hrve nrilhlng
;lo do wllh Enllcworxl'r prnhlem.

Volh crlllelred 7.ubcr and

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llc lndleeled he hrd rllr',eorrraXcrl peopto lrom rllcndlng
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Ur, llrErhtetle:

frank yw for 5rm,r note ad tbe clipplngg coaceralng tae l'}nlfi*qFpt prcblen.

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Adalttcdly, tbe teck of adapt{'.g tbe uctgbbo*ood - rrltb ltB e,1l-s€ttled virtscr - to the prrlrarlr r:E{ltrlrffi?at of eqgsl cdncattoaal olryorbltles foc ell 1r a dlfflgsr t ods. Aqd, I rdgbt add, oDe €ru'er rhrch reas€aable 4[ eElr dlffer. {br echool 1arg are bcecd oo th aotloa that oo oqs Lc norre rrrt}-'t b balaace theE€ fuctorr of local rcJrool polfcy t*rpa tbe local Bostd of 3&rcetloo. I nonld hope tbat tfte cltl"ffi of En8lerDod' mrttng rlth tbelr Boerd of 3&rcatLoa, stll apgroacb tktr ecbml prublens ln a cplrlt of reeoonablcs* aad gftdcmeept Slncer=ly yurn,

llr. &ra1l 3fa',hfttrtle I Blfltfrtlltl€ & ttvls8ltm h!. DEa aad Eacgsn Streets rqgl€rydr lelr Jery
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Itnith go{tre*XLeoarSPaul Z,uUer 80ys he is sallsfletl wTrFTn; urday'r - Negrd rully in Englewood. l'inc! Thrt makes lt unanlnlotts. Not perltups we
bacR 'to: Ilngl&ood's lntegratlon problem wltlrorrt lhe tllstrlrctlons of. lmportetl ircists, white or blacl;. wlto itre lntcrt:stetl lyf t'treap trolorit'lY. . -]

can gct

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. strairtt' of tht' llolirt olIit'ills 'lrot otll.y-' oI ]r:n'Ffamorl liu['iit- hr:rlly othcr rleJrarttncnts' It dcmonslralerl lhe tlet'p :rtttl genttinc qoll'

Thc 'rully \t'ls'll ltttsl, 'tltc tlernottslrntetl llte ltnsrt' gotttl st'llsc tlf 'llrr|lletvrtorl. wlrite :rtttl t:olore-tl' cltizr.'ns of It rlemttttstrltlctl lltc. t't'nilhtt':ts llttl tlre l'(''

:r flop, lr rvnslrott['

^-be conf roritorl f;rcb to face ls llut a few short \il6 ;t"ry. Schtiols open right afler lrboi -Day.'- anrl. as-of today Englcwootl has no integration $lun -{al,gr ,Jolk ,l,t qniU,J:

(;.rvernd ilughes. IIe is golng 'neei wilh tl$.\rfttr-vrrtow eivic leadcrs. 'tlc arttl his colleugucs on the governlilg body ar'e,going to seek suc,h help is thcy cnn gldrrn from the' qttestionttaires whlch tlte.y tlistribtrterl to the resitlents 0f 'tbe Citv. ilrrt as of now thls is ttot a plan. t 'l'ltu rally slrowrrd Ihat Engleulood rgants .no llart of tlrc'7.ttbers or the I':rtlefvor anl/ olher aliep lgitators. '-lt.rlemon'(f raled that

fhii'

Iinglewoorl believes

arlrlltlonal loutl of responsibility on Mayor Volk hntl lris lrrlministralitrlt. 'l'ltt: messugc from Sg[gnrliry's pogrly .atle ntletl. cnsttally ' Wstched.'lloring littlc cxhibititlll wa.ri ;t's ttn' mlstakablc'\st if it lrad heen written and

it t'ulr antl wuhts to solve by'itself. llut the loyalty antl ino\ tion.rty of Iinglewootl's'good i'itizcrls in givihg the rnllv thql-lat'k of thelr neck pttl
problcnr

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,carried to CitY llrll on Placards: 'Wc-don't'wunt any onc tryitrg lo tull us how to solve our prohlem elther. nhtl in tltrt we are wilh you. Ilut tlre prolllem l3 still yours to solve, and we expcet.y4rt to solve lt'

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OFFICE OF

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AUSTI N N- VOLK
MAYO
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August 23, 1962

Governor Richard J. Hughes State House T renton, New Jer sey Dear Governor Hughes:

Afler meeting with you yesferday, I had an opportun-ity to discu.ss current school problems with Commissioner Raubinger and I told him it.was our intention !o evafuate resulfs of the questionnaire. 'We would fhen urge the Board of Education to formulate a policy that would be acceptable to the majority of the
r e sidents

of

Eng1ew ood .

It was a pleasure to meet wilh you yesterday lo discuss our problem with you. I the t ime laken from your busy "ppreciate s chedule lo give consideration to our situation. Il means a great deal to all of us.
Last night I met with lhe P,T.A. Council and lonight I will meet wilh the Urban League in an effort Lo reach a common ground of agreemenl. The members of fhe Board. of Education are Presently out of town. As soon as lhey return, I will urge them fo direct their efforts to arriving at a satisfactory solution to our
s

chool. p.roblem .

us tin Mayor

77fu. Volk

ANV / te

August 23, l:952

1u(M
Hon. Richard

State of Trenton,

J. Hughes, Governor

New Jersey New Jersey

Dear Governor Hughes: Our

staff j-s very rmrch interested ix seorrd.rg a copy of a directlve ls$red by you relatlng to the racial integration of publlc schools in Nes Jersey. We nnderstand that this dlrectlve was contained in a letter addressed to Mr. Vincent Tibbs., of Elrglewood.

If

ttris naterial avallable to usr

you wanld arange

for

some rember of your staff to nake w€ would be very grateftrl.

Very sincerely,

Mrs. Ann Ingram Adn. Asst. to the Director

,f a_ Ul**?+

Niles 48, Il1lno1s Argust 23, 1962
hrb]-lc, Relatlons Offlc er ' Of,fic e.,:Of ,. the Goternor State 'Capltol ,,Tr.,lton, New Jersey Dear
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appreclate a copJr of the

Jrrne

19, ]?62, nemoran-

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to

Ner^r

Jersey sehool offlclals

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nelgbborhood schools and the questlgn.9f eegc

itgatlont lf

oples are ava11ab1e f or d lstrlbutlorr.
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TuAttend Area, Schools
n F'or' Central School Is Abandoned; Integration Program Still Sought
lly KATIIRYN llOl.ZKA
Volk rold formuhllon of an ef. end JANII:S l'. AllUAltN feellve plan, ar 6oon .r! porrlblo rSlafl Wrltors) lr of necondery lnrportoncb. Tho ' Englenood flrrt lhlug to get -'l'he central lntermecliate school. proposed an acceptoble be done lr to and as a fust step to correct racial imbtlance in City elcnrentary pullcy"drrfted schools, wlll not open next month. t'ifth-grade students will approved by the Borrd ol Eduba. tlon. rnd the Board ol School report to thelr nelghborhood school.s September 5. ll.rtlnrrte. he rrld. l)r. ltlark It. Shecld. ruperlnIt war lhe refural by lhc ertl. tender.t of lchools, made the an. Aftenvard. lhe Governor rald he nourlrl?fiteIt yerlerday. followlnS had suggested to lha Itlryor that mute borrd to approvo *111,000 for lmplemcnttUon ol the a mee. tlnS bblrveon Governor n frerly start be mede lo end sehool plan propored centr'el lllchard J llughes and I\tayor smons. the Board of Edueatlon whlchby. thr olurc{ Austln N. Volk. ::;pf, fncclultles the reclnt flarc-up rmong Ne Voll conllUmed 6hc{d'r .. ansEEE trLnxrBrLrry {ttr nouncement, dtrlD; hc dou6lr r new intcgrrtloi , plan ctn be Any plan io-do tlrls should be fJtrJi Volk nret rlrln lrrt ntlht wlth posslble, on the lorlitd out ln tlme to take elfect base'd. ar far as ntlghhorhood rchool prillcy, un. conrnrunlty leudgrs lntererted' ln bv the thne cclrools reopen. Lrler ln the day Volk rnet wlllr der whlch a chtld ettcndr tho thc' sclrool lrcuc. It wrr t school nearest hls horne. llugher elglrth such meetlng ln. ll dryr to dlucusu poulble rclutlonr. sald. llut lluHlrec sakl he does nol lle reported romo S0 p€r cent bcllcve llre nelghborhoocl.rchool of tlre 8.000 quertlonnelror to

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polley is rio lnflcxlble that lt can. resldcnls asklng ruggerllonr havo not be rrlopted lo lnsure equel bcen returtred. . educallonul opportunltles for. all. llerul(s of tlre polt rrre Uelng Volk .suld that any lntegralton tabulatr.d by prolesulonal sl.atlrtl. progrunl approverl for lhc clty tCotrllrrutrl on ltage 10, colrrmn ll

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lContinucd lrom prge ,,Y . F ollorvlng lhc egnference. wltlr I Porry prcmntly lr lourlng Afrlctrnr end ,rre. to. be lvrllrble Volk yesterduy. llufher ruld lrc I el. rhortly rlter Lrbor Day. ho ralcl. bcllcver nl(Drll llngleworxl rcrl- | Votk rrld all (llty rr:lrooll'lr1r.e -querilon. Derdllne lor return. of denls rlneerely dcrlre lo rvork I Negro tacully rnenibcrr. Negror.r, rlrcl lr lomorrow. rxrt a rohdlorr to tlrc rnclal Fnrb.llro mki. ilrle ln gll reutriinUai .Dcvelopmeht, f rorrr Volklr 'lertt. lxterrorrr of rrre (iltv.-wrrrch hr. narrr lle. rtns nsked nlnut n reporr I rvnr otro ol ilrr: moit llb"rRl corn. nteetlngayorlarday rverr. lhe tar. gelr cl erltlelsnr laut rrlght by llrat llre cornrnlltcr. trr sovr. ourlmrrnlller lrr Bergcn c'ounti. Negrn lerdcrr. prul U. 2ubei. NelXhborhood Schoolr. n r.lty I Negro len6orr..mennwhlll, lrnve .errrral orgrnker ol the enllreflrrflallon group ogrponed to n nreellrrg lorrrorrrw-rrlght rchrxll. lurr lhrtnlurerl lo ,p(,n ! leulleii purJrore, ltriy rcportcl.-'i lJnglewood l\lovenrenl. snl<l : the prlvntc rchool for lts . clrlklren I|for r "Thc wlxfiy.wr:;hy 'rlalenrenl.r rnlher thnrr sr.rrrl llrelrr lo n (.(rn- unlfylnK and cri.ordinatlhg all-cl. lrorls io nelrlevf fuil - lrrrrnun lsgued ailer rhc meittni r;id-;6: ':---'- -' lrnl rehcxrl. ' tho nrntter I ,trti,t* .. rolutrly' nothlng;. auil tr'r' tre rilrcusncd nrc ilre p*)lr no morc retolgr.rl tlrnn lt rva.r "l *n''t .qov ll., ,ll:^ l:lll
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A GOOD ctJl', llLlT : . , The Rer,. lValtr.r S. Taylor, now lho temporery chnlrnran ol I-:.:.'-'-i"thc linglewrxxl [lovt,nx.nl. snlrl rnld. r.orrrrr.ll".ol llie V,lk c'rr'uelrlr.rl .n l.r. l'lo. | Cotnttilllcc ' ol Oovornor llugher; -i,,iiii'ii"fii ^'l'lre .c/er.rrtlvr. lo S^r,ir.rnv"'i l llrrlr',rlISclttxrlsSnvr ottr Nclsl. xrl,ti"it "tl?'il lrylng to-he a goorl grry IttlcKuy I,1r'k. l,i' t;;:";;;lliltrii:l lltls nrornl'l['i;' everybult:.-nnd lt .ls. lraglc-" -rrf_ hltrtitrrr$ruxl. lsut.tl il ,slttlt.;ttr,ttl t'xllrt'ssltiA ---to Zubor suld llre (iovr.rnor's r.n. ttattlly-Noflrtlrrrtl-of- hl,rLl.,r..,rrr,ri l-stll'(l ;t i\lllll'llll'lll r.xllrr.ssltfA lls . 'nrrllv_'Noqr..rrr,rl * rlors?ilrcnl of llrr. clly's qrrettkn. tri;i.i, ,,,fil, T1,l..rrtrett' ail:' ,:,,ti;: [-tilrijrsirr.r.\'-lrr-.ttrr'- rnmnrks-hy lrnrl pi.r.rtlt.tr.rl iirlr"ilJnr"i,,'.i.il;dlllrrghrs rlrrrl Volk ttgrltoltlittg tt,i.
rvas ' elrer lhe rltllctrlotrs. llr.enusr.. rnld. txrlllng ls lllcgnl.
hc

.f1l l."i*;',Jl'if,Tt'".f ':li,lnllil:iii$hrfr lJlli'iliffi ,.lrl;:l',lt*l llon. llke rrrovlng out ol_.tr;rd. lr1n glty ro ;;;i't'-t;Ir;h ;";;;,i;. It rvotrld bc llko leial actlorrs tri-l,r " ,ttre Gove'rnor | 7i,r".ij tm.rnuefi ['r usr' *YIT;.Tlll-]:lanrl lu tr,,:-"u-ri"r(n. takeu liv ,

qucrtlonrralrer lo lcll llrt. llonnl of tlt'tttttttslrnletl lltlll' gorxl st'nso recltrl rrlllrin lhe rrrrrsl l;i.'i.;;;: lrlrrrervgrk gl I Edueallun huw it shnll dr{ernrlne Ity n'Jeclltrg the rtrll.t'." lle snlrl.lthc. nr.lghhorhoorl sr.lrlol eoner.pt. polley." Zrrber rnkl. ..lVe illcsklettls of ottr eonunrrnlly. lt enllerl uporr scltqrl the lJonrrl of S1iu. 'lo ft.nerv lts.r:on.slrterallon know the lloanl ol Hrluenllon qtrlle n few uf llrem. lrnve -snld I lr.ntkrrr docsn't lntend to rlrr ntrytlrlng.,, thul lhe rlnnrl,takr.rr -by.oursklerrJo( s. o. N. s. prrrposnls ,the Ncw York'altorney chargcrl. hns E('l bnek pent'r'frrl' relnlklns I rurt'ry trnnrfi.r of for vot. t.lrre.llr Referrlng to. a, Itoyement.rpon- ln_orrr eonrrnunlty .lly.20 yrnr.s.' lsetrooi sturrenti nrrrr a sored ermpalgn by teen-agerr The covernor .rnkt lre.rvnr.!-:lhi3her fioitrjnr 'pi]ogrurhsn-cnitu,i for exernvarslng lhc Fourlh Ward. to presse{ rvlrh whnl rlcscrlberl I ee-pttonnl stt,(tenr* nt . l,lnc'!rr the Negro, '\,of e, Zubcr j nr tht' lrlxrr levrl .lre tn ;-'iii*r'srep torvnrrt

"Tlre Clly can'f uso

llrosr.

1,r.r*,in* rvorrkl nltr.trrl. tlpl.v niirrrril ltellttttttrhootl nt'ltoot prllley. 5Ul rlkl: I 'flre cnunr.ll xukl ll lrellt ver

"'l'lrr. pr.oplr.,'i'\'olk soirl. "trnvr'I rur.lnl lrnlrnlrrrrec

Flnglewofit. llo "lJll"ql,,Lr0n lsci';';t noled tlrnt sav. "ltlaybe more tlrjn I\lavor Volk I ernl hlf lr offlelnls. lncludlng I solullolr. rvlll lrar.e lo pay for tlrelr lndlf- I lloord of Edueatlon Irreslrlerrt l, fcrenee on thl.,r lltuo." Perry. ,are Negrocr. I John ll.

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reporr to the erementarv schoors inltrar rnternreJi.;"H;;;i;;;;i", attendance dis- with ilr"- iiril,- grade is 'espective an educa. ttricts when schopl',qp9n5,on wecrlf f tionoriv r;;; fir.st

-Flfth-g'ade pils in the Engtetvood sch-oors

.to Attendi:Ilistrict ENGLEwooD
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]Bourd savs: Jry{#ifr:r.f (JrI-AUefS4lG^,7 . trl tA ./. i.-vqr !.r ""J D
pu-fBoa'd of E.ucati'n reaffirmed its ..*iril;;;ihe ptans for a cen"iir f

,Aluffi
lwith

Schools /
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i^_,,-i:-:.ntr.al lntermediae iorlglnally scheduled.

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[g open for all lschools. However, the Board rep$$lfrf:hool tif![,i,grad.e,' pupils,lfused to proceed further *ittr"i lwtu ,noti be ready. {or elasses. work I sufficient f uncls to assure tt u 'to, Puqry-,uurly in the .sumrner ,to re- | school's successtul op.rrti*., fiurbish the buitding wa$ suspended would prr.u in-ieonr.fr' ,n, bq JuIy Br.when it was irurouo thul lg: .." .or.rii,i".l standards whici lrrig6
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Schoot lance -

in the city,i ptemenrary

pi"rrr*rn of racial imbal-r

stcp in,o.uriie

'be_ denied,

plan to deal witt opening 11t]1ate schqol lecnlthan two wuerr u*iy "t|.,^il, ial:::'j',^t_1b1lancg has been consid ered tn. |s lnot noqlossiblq to ,complete itre I ?ttime Board and at the . pe.pesqir''Fj6rrangemerits,to put the no meeting of the lPresent at this time.. of Educarion is.scheduled ?tif"lj3:r:teration

tng and operate the program woulcl

with the

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ll"*'.0 ifi'X''rltl#f"f,l,.public'gtate4en! the lfor the rernainder or trur nonth. ----{ot"-"""' p$i'i-$]*.yf; , iu'',' , :1 i

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-i#fua i6 i i;i, I .".'i1-.a,.i;":rheir.ii-l'.5ta *illxd'..'i;raie:!gl_lr-"J ' campaisn fo oblain {rill :civil .rightriiAr_; rctir6i -chairmliaol th. new united he lras
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on Saturday evening-,-when the'Zuber rally failed to atkactafiegtion, s?th 3 sqlt 50_0_ pbr3ons -attendinf, induding n efs-' men. J.9,carloacls..of NewYorkeirs, and many iuriosity seekers.. .
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"{e!roeii'{iej :::: li.fl:.:";^-Fir."ia*-.t?*''Si
I . -The Englewoocl school situition's,rs5 salm

sroup sellcd en-open'macfing'-f6?fridry ":id.h: night at GaIilee Methodisi-churcli'of.which]}re ir pertor.iir?,2"t . ".; will bb retiined to 'rcpresent thc jrou!-tesat[.1O"t5;aiy-$i,-*il f. decide'd what tlctics to employ,.hc raid-'- Hi-eid- itt. i.iiir.,of Saturda/s' rally,,ryhich had confssed mrriv t'ir6m :.'
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simili.Jiglts:-rn]$iffi b;irui'ici6*-'aia,;'frt-ol3rturaat';ttreate*d.*i
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Fl. zubeTf,ine ;out{f-town_-;attor:ney;wtro',has

Jb-L-eo{or.g:$bry:gtt*ffiS-gtdi-..g]f-i::
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spreadrlemthdr-uch-out'ngrgeF-.Colinii3ii.'tirtatd'ro€d:iner,bdyco$ of- m eichants;ti -)esin'-[roiiday;];]ut-fr?{#6fi .' nerinants .tbrough . pr esid en t, of -thd Clia mbir' b* J ose p h q +lnE_j+;F._lla t}"y b{€rld . to j gn orei "",q zu cb boyeott as .bein g 5ia;EUi,ni,lfi"fiti; ti;a imoffieiat, any and evea agaiast^:the wishe€.,pf:the'hijwity'.of Negmeq dme o*a i

:fr
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2,800

'and his racist 3lacr. Muslims-,had lnvjtatiou of Paul B. Zu: i ber, Xegrg attbrney, to'appear atithe Zuber rally- It was deemed :'
i.accepted

linten'iew rrit! rhe Gi,iernor wben it had appeared -i:-'r -Malcolm X

ttre Governor an official report on tbe Englewood -scbool situation particularly inasmucb as a:delegation from 'Englewood -}readed'.-by
.Tibbs had -conJerred -rrith -him dem'anrls .ior Jdesigregition of Li-r:coln S*bot'aad -'cbaugd: in the neighborbooa iclbnl poD6.

good idea, hbwever,tto.present 1o

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Democratie Councilman--. Viricente

on their
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Ilayor--Volk 'tolcl -tbg' C'overaor that n'hilJ be recognizesltle'3oird of Education as tbe eclucational policy-mali.ng body, it was essential that be, the Mayor, as clectetl representative and cbairman of tbe Roard of School Estimate, ente! cour6e-

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FUNERAL HtrME
IVILLIAM R. BARNER
MAAIABER

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HAcKENsAeK NEw JEREry PHoNE DlAt{oND a'e4cIo

August 24 tL962
Eonorable Richard

State of

Govetnor

f,. Eughes

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New Jersey

hiy Dear Governot Hugbes:

Atthougb l bave had. the good fortunc.of bcitrg 19 f93r Brcscncc on nanv oEcaslons ctur ing tha last c.npalg!, I can haldly expect you to remlrnber ne witbout adoltional tletalls. I was canpaigg nFnage1' io"-nt"oia Brown the ncgro attorncy fxom. Englcwqotl-rho ranhas ronhlng -".r"."ii6 it ea y-6:G=r-€Efffifer for tbe siatE .q.siesb1y. EowevJ" or arnbltlons. to cto with paironagc;antt ls tievold of-p9lltldal ovcrtoncsyou. u111 lend -reluctantly yet hopefu]- that i-"r-"rf-ting t[Is'fcttcr tno-prcsifgc oi your offlce in givlng 4lrectlon to solvitrg tbc EnglcwooA'proUils. elihougb a residont of nearby Eacke4sackrmy. business of ten- oarliog .oe to Engler,rrooat; and consequently througb fliend.s ,Eany of whom you bave met'ano visiicd. tbeir homosrhas clabled me to stgy in cjoJo-toucb with tbe situation. fhc large najority of the people whlte and ncgro allke ale ashcmecl ,d.isgustecl and appalletl by the Inanncl j-n whicb thc-situatlon is being hairdled. Agltation from out of state resldests ccrtalnly aloes Bot help to ovetlcoloe thc problee. Lct us brlefly exa.nlnc ttrro i-aportant facts: -- f .' It ls r1adoolabl-; that Eng1eil ooal tlocs have a lntegratioa ploblcm - in the lrth wartl school dlstrtct which 1s prcd ominatJ-y negro ln-

2. It 1s geacrally agrseal that the nelghborhootl school conccpt is the -onLy eqirftiUtc progran of ed uoati.l'g our youngsters' It 1s ln acceptanee of these trvo facts that the peopl-e otr_both sicles ; oi in" controiersy havo reached. a stalematc. 49 a proposecl sofutlon l-. As a Governo! with a sincele intere.st in the problems of all of the cLtizcns of Ncw Joxsey, a visit to Saglewood is ls olaler to pcrsonaLly revlew tbe situation. 2. fbo partfcufir seotioa of Eoglewood ln questlon- is a. bl-tgbted abea cfe!. to the poiat wbere-open scwagt runs t'hlough a opea canal legg tban tienby feet rron peoples hones. It ls also .but a sectlon wbere urban- lenewal bas- ofien beea nentioned ;the Ilttle accompllsheat.wlth a urban lenewal progran al1d. in the strategic reiocaifoi or tir" resldents of i large^part of d.Lst!16t' wltb particular enphasis on properly financcdl cooperatlv5 nousiire.nay wJ cvei bope to conquer a.nd rosolve the c-ondltion thet hii bioueht EnglewoodrBergen cou'aty ano the gtate of New tersey inb; snanEful naiional focus.

habltctl.

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pe a c eful olution. Perhals the one thing about you that lmpressed rce most tluring the campaign , uas the a1lpearance of genulne slncerity ln d.eslring to be a repxesenative of al-l oi' the people. I/iay God. bless you Ln your every
s

3.That a spelaial asslstant or asslsuants !o r,!rr, \.-L,v(r.!.!rr-.,4. i;o arbitraEe between both sldes in a effort to reach a

effort.

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for 75 minutcc
Alter lhc rrrcrln! votf rria

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trol lor lha lrrle crordr clpr,l,? 9{ to rtlcnd lhc nUY ' A"k.{ wbJ rreunrcr rould br
laken relc

ruthorltlct dtnrsscd trrffic co-

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il Arrcrlcm Nrtlooel PrrtY slrrm lroogcrr tPpclr, Volt

---"T-crn't-Ds;scr" tlrrr.r-

; TO COORDINATE IIOVEE I F'crbcr, rbri rld lbc nrPog ,of lh€ rDccltrf rr to (.o<dlaltt iCounty end locd rcll6 h crir dbturbrDct? of EY Eld oc' i"urr. r:fu.d b tlY rhctE rY lcoumv lrrurco rqld bc df.' iprrctreC lc rcrvlcc ir Eaffcood' i votr dld ml rclcrrc &trlb d iectloa hc vilt trlt lr burHo da ivelot, but trid h hr odd irvitb'Strre rad CmtY DoUcc r&

lrom Pego llV ttct wllh Elol€ e1d CountY ill' lhorlllcr." iotegiaml congretuletln;l Volk rnd thl CltY Corncll lor. tlenYlng thc pormlt lo thc neolareh! Irotrp t;ra rcnt todey hV the l)rPart' ment ol Nsw JerreY, Jewhh l{nr -Northerrr Vtrl' Vitirent' 'lnd tho ley J, W. V. Fort nfl. Thc Amcrlean Natlonet, ['hf'v --rn :ottrtrorr,
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AncrlcrbY lorcr Gcrlr Ltncob *i.ll d&. Jof! Ptd.r. til rorla nd lr d.d.d*t r.rnLdo lo drlF t tamoanOc ir fbcfry olcrt tbc I P. ll. nllY th.r" bt locrl Ncfru dls$tldlcd rttt'CIlY ttGEPrr rL
nteSrrtbo.

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Amcitorn Netlonrrl rtrrckwell -Soclellrt i;;i;;-Aeeordlns ' to 0' hJidqurterl ln ArllnrtnT.. 'Ventl ls a yenrr old; F:rt"i:ltio imfwett hnd e lnlllng ottt ' lnrt iiii'imurr' rnd Patler -returnt-tl llVY<lllrrJr t sr'r' to trtl nlllvo Nsw York to of'
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ftoehwell'n

NATIOT\ilIDC IATCT btcsrtlodd rddr., Prd B. Zub.r-bcrdt rlc Nefro nllt. 6G to lrrncl rbt b. cdl3 ft Elticroo.l EtlE:il. , fr vU titmrc!'tt 6. rrD

olrnrforr@ hov]ffit-ilEf,-dll nrlrrffi.

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"itnt0 tb. Al*rkln Nrtlonrl d Pertv lrlcd to bb dlrJltl Urrr rttorUc.- Yolt rd trdr7.

"lt bd b6 ar iltluo. rr wlth thc aD.r nltY n would btvg rlrl uY atcr me' tor publh tlnctlr rt ltr gerlq

in oittor ronlr to e ProlY rul'

ll tb. rnll-Itlcg0 plclctr r coordtrce ol lO l.iemco lhel lcr&n of tbc rro rrlly Pbo ro brve c besd mfuntrtn ordcr rrd &d wlt! blgrnrlctr. "tt oorr rppelrr tbrt rc rlll ve to bc prcPrrtd fur dm'
wlth
ordlngly we hlrr bccl h coContlnucd oo P.8t lt. colum! l)

rtlonr." Yo& uld. "lDd rc'

{eg ro ere' Lead\ffi{ Cf)hs"h IVegroere'Lea
zubcr -tlopg1t.lll shover llev; i t\ryloi, liliill lil,,,lilu.'::':': Trles'ilo 'l'tke Over rr'!\,u"'a hs / .-"=^' .i ", - r!N\ \' v vr Mceti l[m" lo Uto com': \\ llhfl ll"il'i,*iffi,liTn-ltr$lg I,,i.1 lr 1ot ivll[t11" ltt Ulo Gom,] .-^--- ' j-',lltlor.: i-Jtt r. Tryt \lnu,rr barie rrrtnclliTrr,t' Mi. tri;t /

At Wlu In
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|k4:rlnltl htor- larl. nlf,ht,. .. l. Tho lrruo.ol r lJoycnlt of Slfl lrrJ*"qr"nrnrchrnrr, rnmrtillrtliii -.^ lirrsh*'ood llopett.for rrntty Nigrr* t' tho Enrt..liil"rY'iT. T"ilH'f iitlilltfiffiU 'r wootl ltlovontcttt wrtu'llttrrlly lhovnrl out of rrxlrtonco inrtIt,r,.on llio !rv.o.rrouDr,-:tt,_i[i rrlght bv tlrc Movonrorrt'r.orglnltr(,r, Ncw York nitornoy l,nui I illttll,tftnlil'oili. X[l;Jl[,rffi! ts' Zttbor hnd preVlourly illil .fh htbar .phyrh'rlfy' '-prulrxl. tttn I rurntrronntl by t!tr,.Tnylor. tro rrkl lmorrrrn;,.'wi* I bo,ycdt lo rtfi llirl p6n; lor no-vl:wnril''r t-:t!v1{:lir!r" "il Ihte.r, .nftor irr. nrkcrt ?:uFr l:ll liUinfiiryRov:-Wnltor ll. 'l'ry!qrr',nrldo..to rv. tilrf,l}""'fr l;io,';$fii6ii 1"olloo,lldlij lrlto nvrr tho rnoellng rl llto Iil'i;i::Tiil;"i1,"'i;rlti,ril'J nnd Ilntrttt. ' \ i I erel tlnpr to tuyc. Zubrr.
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$ij,",ll ,T,ll'iiilli "lli.:"'"+,,t1 ll''ji,,.;uil;i',ll..,l't.rllli il{,'ilili ill, S 1t, ll l:':l l }illl,l',ll'l n:il,,il}lTl,,l'' j,' "' hJ,j$* ;1"*1ffi l*H;l | llsl$ll1,.i'T'I"$fi1'S.ffi F#Hitiidl,n'1"iffilil |rrnn, f:t l[lryffi.fflrr,,; ;' r., i ll$H$li{,,i,'; -iii':,U. ecceptod Tunrdny. .. ho .M. Oafpnl.': Tho trrcolhtg, frnnt s'lrlclr ncwt. | 'fhcre lr no .!'r.txtr-w\^rl-a M1vo. I nlnffow &I f ..r- ..rrUrr.rl. rrrrrr^t rr.ttt\t.t truttn. I ttt'tl'. tI tt!, }ltrgkwoorl lr.rrVt-. lninrrnt-ai i.f. nrerr n'crt bnrrrrl .look plnr.tr ln I Inrr.rrt;..1t rrror.ell. rlrt." Mr, Try. lgroup.rr rrcfurnl io,rnoit iltr-it Iltt'. TrylOr'r chufoh, Poliw worolhir rnld wtrch rrhul.whrt retlonr lroirnfd rhr rnhantr.rrarr.rtfr - --;'^ I!!_!vlor'r Qhufoh, Poliuc worolnir',uld whcn rrkad whrt rcllonr li,.nrrn.e iit;;tildf;'tibi;if,ffi r ._-_-..--r_r_ -r^ -- j_-.. --{-- -- lrarronrblo domtnda, Bror mld thc rehool borrd roquaatrU O., O. It. t:. to prxt r ll(X) hond to covor porrlblo proparl.y drmrlo and pry f, rmrll rentrl.leo. rnd riiled lhrt-ihcn lih [roup-rolurod to por,t lhc tnnd;.tho borrd rofUrql to acoept lho rcntrl tQo ivh0i C. O, lt. E, offond fo pey,l
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Moronc,rnu mbiv Ilhgr rald Donald Wcndoll, .of C, O. lt. f,.'l nrtlonrl rtell , wlll ba mrln rpcnker ot thc { P. M, mt etlnl. llo rold I motdttldc

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dedlented to nonvlolenee, Bner nald other.froupi havc not needed bond.s lo uee rehool facllltler.
t(krntlnued.

rtrullont lo aecent tlre ,urgcnt noed lor cltlzen. partlclpatlon to brlnl about deregregrllon of Kln. rtcn tlrroufh Slxth Grader llorr. Deterlblng. C. O. R. E. at
Prlor to lhe ohrrt'ch
meotlng.

tlrrough lho lcourth Wrrd wlll.bc. gln ol 2 lr. M. rt tho Dc'rn Stfcet nnd Hnglowood Avenuo parklnl lot nnd wlnd,rrp nt Llncolrl Sehool. lle reld tlre purpore of tho dem'on.

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prporr vlth tht. Etrh Drprrt, mont ol Educrtlon nort.wiil. Zubcr rrportcd thrt ht 'wm droppln5 plrnr to 'rooml lho Unltod fitrinr Dhtrlct 6ourt dlr. p [r rl __ol_! hr _rul t_hr mlrrrl ol hill-of-nfiia mar.o iiii?lqrr wfi of-nliii N;lro rt ln frbnnry wrrr donlod $trmh, rlon to rr3htor rt Donrld A. Qurrlu EhmontarT'llchool. Tlrr rtudontr rttrnd the prrdomlnrnl. ly Notro Llncoln School. I . At Clty llrll lt wu rnnouncrd t lhrt .morc thrn t.000 aucttlon.
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cyowltnbrr roDortr, bretmr

lCnllcwood Movcmrnl rrirlon whcn Zuber, tccordlnl lo

,fUOut 00 Porronl

wrri lt lrrl

rincrrlod rt thr tllklnl. Mr. Tnylor wrr rllowlnJ mcmborl qf

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tho rudloncc I mlnutcr meh t0 orprcm.lhelr- vlowr. Somc lpoak' on'took lonter, Ono wllnom, tho ltov, Robcrt'1. Mlller, chrlrmrn ol tho []nglc' wmd :tlumrn ttolrtlonr Councll,
purhod Mr. Trylor

by Mr. Trylor. Zubrr lrldr lnd oon' ilnucd to.tnlk. Mr. Tlytor dld
nlic<t
not know whrt to do.t'' . Whin pollco rrrlvcd. Zubcr rnd m-oro thin'hell tho rudloncc hrd lolt lho church. It could not bo lorrncd whcro thcY wcnt, but thc

rrld: ''"Zubor dcmrndod tho lloor. I qucrtlon ll ho wu .vcr rocol'

nrlror hevr bern roturnrd by r* ldtntr lo thr Nrw york trbuhilnr llrrn. Yrrtoldry wrr lhr dcrdllnl 'i lo.r. nralllnl -Lon' quctilonnllror, tilrrriii-:'i'i.f; ol tho
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CluL'-net and reef f traed l tg support o? the BoerLi c Educeti on v s present pqoposal" [funlolpsI Cb,a lrnan Eclwar'd Forsan $a s presen t and was personaLly ln. agreenent nltb thls pcslt lon. Tbe anclosed Preee Release, fr2n the RACCITD ef riugue t 27l"n, J-s a dlrec t reeult cf iha'b neetlnF-. . ':,

I ao'albo encloalng a report, froa ths ssse lssus, of your receBt teloca Et'; i.'1h16 regorl-severily 6sbarresses our local at,ena!. If 1'u ls ,. errcneorrs;lU.f a loperatlye that you clarlfy Jour posltlon.lraedlately"'

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f lrave.'aeguoed that, you Eere tseeplEg anare of eII fact6 ooncornlng our problen. I ai nc loiger eure of tnfs and I lcou.l.i therefore llke tr preqgqli.tbe f ollonlne feots aB I eee the!0: ,:1 "' , 1.. Untll the past raonth our lfiay or and ths Ropu,bLloan lEeBbers.oi" hie councli.treve reiused to aoliorleAle tbat tbere ls a problen,.6f ,.::it' , raclal lnbrilance 1n the schoolso It fe only ait,er strlns e,nd par"f; racr.ar rrpalEnce 1.n 18 after strlnE aad persl s.tant ursl?F froo uany ottlzeng in"i it"v neue iin"iry orranteE irtJr-r',-t|;i*-':i or
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$CHOOI$ Il{ I{ORTII $PIJR INTE0RATI0I,I
Voluntary Programs to Start in Cities Next Month

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segregation in publie schools with the opening of the SePtem' ber term, according to a surveY made ptrblic yesterdaY. bY the National Assoeiation for the Advancement of Colored PeoPle' Roy Wilkins, executive sec' retary of the association, saicl;

School boards in eight eities in the North and one in the We.st have announced Plans to end

States Supreme Court ruling against seglegated schools, it is clear that segregated schools

anti - segregation state statutes . and the United

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exist in many
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"Much of this is the result, of patterns of residential segrega'
substantial pafi is the result of deliberate planning by loeal school boards to contain Negro children in
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particular schools either

gerryrnander of zone lines or by other devices. "Whetever the cause, segregated education is unconstittt' tional. The N. A. A.'C. P. will eontinue its efforts to rid the

country of inferior, segregated
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of ell faota coiroornlng o'.r:: probten. I an na longer sure of thls and I wolrli ther'efore lllre ,. i.,1 Dres€nt the f cllotslng fests aB I eee then: 1,. Unt 11 the pas t rBontb our lrp,y or and ihe Republloan $er8bqrs ;b3:ii irts council hive reiuged to aoEonlodle tuat tbere 1s a probl'on.',oegff6i; :"acial lnbalance 1n the eohoole" It is onty after etrtng and p€,pg{ert}i f lnally ohangEd th'-+rr#rdB*;3 ii u.ire lng froa Eanv oltlzens tbat tbey havs rlnallv ohansEd ."iii;.ffi4i1,1i Eany oltlzene ttrat tbar

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2. Tho Roard of Eduaailrn hes userl very oar'efur &ae"*u;fffi;r;&$ ciecldlng ttret ltg propogeu Central lntero€d!8te gshool ls tli?.- 8.?-t,ri?F.ift poszlbl6 Eolutl,on io bresenl probleas. They bave 91r'en oarqfu}'.+ff45ff-'tr thought to sclucatlona! benefttg, Ehlctr they conslder tqe-iitIl,qe-{y.lfs}tatsd fao!rr, 1n ordar to a,s€ure success nhen under-ail19]?i:S9F,H,,-".*#,#".S_: fron Eous of our schaols , ere lnltlalty c onir onted-,p ltn* studentc. The p;oUieng now feceti a i th-e iuni or nfgqt'scll$ ' i[ rE - ; ;ffi ;a;; I I;; -;; e i" j "i - F;; I pi.,,idifo-"* a golutlon to lnbalance.

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be plaoEd before 0cool6s1oner qBublnger to su-Jport l.tplemants,t 1on of' the 'ient,ral Intem"dlete Sohool at tbe next f easlbie da be. I urge yru ti! suJport thls app.;al. slth all of your pover enu t? correct any llPressloD you oay have glven tbEt you are opgosau o the Contral Intern"ulate sahtrl.
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I look f,onrard wltb i.nterest 8o Ehe equltable solutlm utrtch I arn aure vill be arrived at by tlre Board of Educ.etloa aad the governing
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Siscerely

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regarding de iacto segsegatioa that L erpressed tlne ago i-a a lscter to councihsan Vinc.enr K. tibbs aod an acsoryar,yitrg lei.te.r fros conrissioaer 3as!{nger to }k. Tibbs. tirerie v:es:i coaetitute a reaffi:mation of shat !.6 the publlc policy of drfg SiaBe.
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the voluntrry tnldcr, fl l,lncoln tichool. pupllJ to thc il -l Clly'r four orlrer. elemeotery $ f Slrff Wrltcrl lt'lrrxrlr. l'hc group ertlirretcd ttrrt { r; I l7l l.lncoln lnto The Committee to Save eur Neighbor. I lx: ahlrrrbrrl .Selu.rot pupllr coutd fl i.^^-E:4good tho rchoolr ua. ll I i3i?d.S"l--,J.rS. O. I. .S.,, a froup rrrongty opposert in_tf," I dr.r prcrr.r:t condlilont. , ll or Educetion'r proposed central intermediate fifth. I S. (). N. .ti. trar opprncd thc li iroard er.ntral r,r:lrrxrl if:r,1:.":lTr,rarr nrghr ceued upon rhe Roard ro make purrric IItnkr. tllth. unrtbecaurc lt woutd llli ailernrle rchrxrl pran to alleviate rat.lal lmbalancc ln cventrrolly ehrhlan ,elementary'rchmls. I xrurlc pugrllr rrut ol ilrr.lr rerpee. fi i :end I ttve nr.lghborlrxrrt rehoolr li | "W. lecl llrat lhe c'eurc of lrn- | Thc commlllcc lald tlrr. B4rrrd't I plur:e, tlrr.rn ln llre. cantrul rehml li fprovlng r!ctrl lrrlrncr sill not lrelural to cornr. up wllh an al. I progntrerl lor rhr: olrl Ungle Strect ll ilrc rrved by tlr ltorrd't rtlcner..'l lternale plan to llrr. ccntrat lrrter. iJunlor lllgh ftchrxrl ll Ithe lroup'r creeulivc comrnlilec lmcdlale etltrxrl har r.realrd tlra I lUr.anwhlle, Itaul ll. T.utrlr, rho i, lrlrletl. lrlnprrrr,lon that ilre Clty wantr llt leadln( tlro tlnglcwood Mwc- f I . Crlllclzlng ulnl they termad lttr ntalnlaln lhe rtalut quo. jmcnt to llght allegxl reclel dlr. li ilhc lloard'r lrrlure ro rGcog- i l'ulluwllr( ilre lrorrrt 6f sr.h6ot icrlmlnrtlon lrere ln hourlnj. cfu. l; -",i* il,ri r..Tl4. pre" gntyt'*<r rr--y I r:.rrm"r..-fz lhern Juty ro r+,rrh. i r.atlon, and cmployment. rfitn lr 5. o: i\-.5.. thc commlttr-e reu: lh.rld f_undr lor cr.ntrnl rch,rol. I lndrcatr.d . that de monrtrdtmr w. . urgc rbt ,thc llorrd ol 'the urrrrd ol' Flducailon an- lwlll bc. held lf an lnregrlttoo phn il ll -- l !,ducrtton et lcrrl .dtr,fl, lor dll u,runce.d ll would not pro;xr$c &n. i !r ntlt ready by the Scptembcr li ou.l rchqrlr I plan of Frl 33- rrtlrer btan. j5 rchool opr.nlng. il rollment ln orrler to relllve d+ .lt ralO the r.enlral rr.hrxrt ptan, lJhc New York afiornca r*urd il laeto rc8r"gltoo rt Lrrora artvrrx.rd ,, iriri ;i;;;'rh{';;;: l(ri outllnt Jrrrt what aciloor wlll H 51.Irxrl. " lbc launclred at that tlme. ,,Rut.il "$';'r.cr rhe'hrr prrn. rn con- illlljJlj':l;iljf'",l;: ix ',frl1 lwe wrrl'1 he rerponrlbtc for rhat ll Junt'tlon wlth ttrc r.r 9t modern jcrrrrxraily Ir+'ltl be drrna then'll a plan lrn,t ll leachlnr aldr ln ell ctarrrramt.'t1,,. ,rtlrrrrl r.unrr rr..p * ,rr.tilrrg t,rtwlv," Zuhct adrted. i,,rtXratt,,n protllcnt. ii s'lll allnrd rll qrr childrtn lm- rtre li.ard-ili,r. hrrwever,..rhar i cAr.r-s ruE:lr EEt.rrgn . i pro'rd cducatioool opp'rtunl- rhe plan ,.urrJloi rre
I | ,,t
.
j

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eauro lo do'nf:wurld',Jeogrrdlr j lBgt ,Zuber $ayg' Unit Shouldn,t. Tell II the entlre rchool ryrtc;n. .Run Schoolg I Tho S. O. N. S. pebooL plea. !il I Elucdtors How To proprxc6
.

t-

I

f;Grory) Criticizes Board Fof lgnoring;,,
r'u

I{t"FWi

ller."

rmpli.inenjthc B. O. N. S. ed r+.lrlrout--r'urit.llnni t;;;;'h.] I Zutrer rtr:rcrtbed gnrug of rlflrh ii ;orgadzation ar ! I
i ito tell thc ltoard al F,rluetUia i fiufnrlntendent ol Scboolr, i fgnd lhc ll)r. Iltark It. Sh(dd, hos to rui I l: Ithe rchool ryrtem. I Zuber rald the centrel later. I lmedlate rctrool wlt rt lcad e orr- i Itlal anrwer to raclat tmUetancl tn I educallon./lc.ub ll tbc Borld

flaymi.n frxrllrh cnougb to ettempt

[tr";:*:"A::';i*;T;eil
;

POLICY I Zubcr rald lertcrr ' to loCrl I merchanh asklng thelr porltlon ! ln the ltral lntcgratloa luue were I dlntrlbuted yertetday. A boycott I agalnrt merchantr unrympethatc I liegro almr bar ,bcen threatened., but no plens lor eeonomlc demonrtretlonr brve been announced yet. 'lo
A.sKs JOBS

wourd,f,#?;#Iffi
Englewood Commenttng-on

lhrough fourrl gradcr, thJ g+ tember 5 rchool opcnlng rouh prerent a leu lsnre jltur'Uoa h

;tion. Zuber rald.

elrcler that the. Eaglcrood Movement lr rnorc'telt th"rn ac-

+eltefr ln lornG

ffiffiMI
,F'cderal llourlng AdrntnbtnrfJi 'ln Washlngto.r. D. -Doltc,lcr .C.; asktns
I

l-etterr alro hevc betn rent rled bankr lnqulrlng about tlrclr rployment pollcy and pollcy ot ndllog mortgag€ appUcatlonr

on now 1n the I'oorth lyard. and

' "Som€ peopte rccm to thlnk thh ll all golng to blow (^ter. but let's not kld' ourrelvor. There'c .plenty of acUvlty Solng
It wtll be evldent ftptcmber
5...

them to check tbc
Negro

I

birh rcboot I and eollege Braduater-tobr futl the Engle*.ood bantr. ' - - '|

'Tir::*'id a camprr* rtarted to get

dr;ll

oi

I

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eo p9,

uncbd

come

sit io Newark t .'tui -rn{p.rc-_D
_t"plct7'+tre

1.

resulted from aitercafion

SPLIT BETWEEN NEGRo MINISTERS AND

which includes u'hite committee, and Mr. Zu-beris,..zuber *oui lui* announced a 3-poini program: (1) An economic.--boycott-whief,.i";*e topic of discusion saturday at a meeting tb:wni{t Url.:iuuen'**r$ he is inviting businessmen; (z) An attempt to gef arsiewoitd r ciub to accept a Negro nrember in a test of what ue ea.[ofiCiii]v claim that Engiewood is best in,tegrated communityl"l*ff*frt4il voter regis[ration drive to increase Negm vote so''if H#rbnd.d*
Negro parents

Zubr, exasperated at "discussions', _and. demandirrg 4;ir;;;;;;. the Rev. Mr. Taylor a*ay from the -microphbne,- reading er". rrJroi_ to call for police. As a result tliere are now two-sroups;lUr. T"yi;;,,;

in

Galilee Me,Lbdis, {lhurch at which 'I4R.

ZUBER.

?hisy

u".:

to lieep their Linco'ln.school chi,idren home-tweanes4a]; Bu.t he has announced his plau to appeal the case to "t"he -i,tit"-

gommlssron.

staried Feb. 1.
sen'|.

2. THE BOARD OF'EDUCATION IS CONSIDERING itS CUTTNSE' of aclion in the event of the pupil boycott wednesday or in event that. Mr. Zuber should ins,titute a new legal test case sucb ae the onp'le

out, have been retu:rred so.far to the Sta,tisbibal. Tabirtating crire;. of New York, and others lreep coniing eacb aay due to v."rtiioo-rirtayi.t Ivlayor volk states that results will be made public :wleb ttiv. arel received. He points out that he sent questionnaires r'to grve the '-"., which to submit their retura!.
antl 'highly,:ia,tegrated community" in a nationally televised progrim suaday, bul be said i,t has a de facto segregation problem 1ike so mery other "Ned; Jersey communities q'bich must. be solved within the frameworh ol,i - . " :1 the neighborbood school policy.

on their individud positions on the question

to aid. , 6. THE NEw JERsEy ctvtL RtGHTs coMMrssto[iias ,..h"d;; hearings in the Engle*'ood matter for SepL 11 and LZ iD. Newark to which it ls hkely that local officials may be summoned for testimony-"
seek

sti:ring trouble here and that these agitatms are hurting the cause of the lriegroes trey

NoR., says'cilr ie anno-"-ed ri'ith outside agitators

\ 5. I'IAYOR AUSTIN N, VOLK, WHO CONFERRED WITH /:.- :- ----GOVER,,
-y rrrrat vvtStf\

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Dear

F'

Garaer:

ia

Ttraalr you for your Extst g'nesre letts regprd b the Rnglerpod scbooL sthratlon.

of

Augrrst

U

of sy cqseet? f?tai a eolutlon be speeeily reached.- I reallse th+t tlere bae beeo a 8tal€oate but I en T€ry bpefarl that thts $'111 be oaly terrporalT. I sIB eoslsErr'g coptes- of eorcspoodelrce rellting to tle elEuation tfttcb r uerrlve erylalns tu, detail bfit tbis adnj:ristratioa vlewe the problen of 5p faeto segregetl'os.

I

belienre you bms

I do rct believe that a vislt by Pe to Engle*rood ttDuld b8{'rg a soluBLos. Solutioss to difflcult ptoblens are not reec.hed thaE easl.ly. If they serer I rmuld bsve aade the vis!,t already. lteasnbller tbe people of Englerlood have beeo -tUe Staters posltioa. If a Eolutloa ie lot reaehedt f!,ftlrred of they bave a reoedSr by c@fqg to tbe State br a tul{ng. No srreh ap'pllcatton has yet be€s made.
ond please

I"et

br takhg t.he trouble to crite to raet hesitate to srtte in tt'e firture. & aot e
rl'ank Jrou

Sieerely

Snurs t

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csvgBs$sB,
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:

ilanager, Chee&, fime.ral UO P,a*salc Street Arguet 30, L962
nrn/n'vK I caL

Itr. Elll{ en B.

Garner

h

Backsachr Xo Jereey

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Zubex r'emaineil

in

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iEngle-

#uber was creating a disturbance. .qrcorAing to the nev. Mr. Tay$r,-, Ut. iin.r became impatient I yood. avenue. Mr. Major, with Mr'. bs ind.ividuals were giving -two i fITnTn and Leon .Smith constitute.the origin'al Englewood Morre, ,furiaute taiks at the rneeting in I that brought fC"iit* Church. The group ot "Uooi I 3":t r.LLr the picture' Mr. Zuber -g".oup$fene $:ene there to ddscuss a ptan I back into L's. to dlscuss plan vqLA $S0 ibo The new . split ceme %t to desegregation $t 'r,incotn promote desesree"tioo I -Ih: had beea made aIIFr an ".tion S-crroot. rUr- ZuUer, h" | to'un{lv the iiit I :jf*t [**t.t.d, intermpted:a speaker, de-lN*T -fl:up:, an effort-tn{ naa tdrq"a' he'had enough "'1"11"' ""a I fu Rt"-' J. b9!h ivtr. Tavlo| and L"ttt"'c loIsaiah Goodmau of First o"itua im*.Ai"te-""1io",'""4 t6gl1 I (Continued On Page 5) lhoved i,Ir. Taylor away-from tUul_ microphone twice. Mr. Taylor, as .'chairman .of the meeting, catlea I called I "chairman the meeting at an end w'hile IvIr. I Mr.

li

I

{uber

continued- to address the group, stating that the Englewood Movement called for action. I From The

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Peopl"

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Mr. Taylor replied that he would ork only with those wi,lling to under basic democratic prin-

ples and that h€ wanted the acn to cqme Jrom-tbe people, uot man. When Mr. Zuber be callid police, saying
h.im removed from the
lomparstur

eN
tcem ooze

rrison,
ssocia-

olored

of his

gui rct

e

IUr,

tbeir

rid I
ere!
Ero

tion not

oo
g*;

Fll:Iil:.t.

c"n

"elrrh.ffi ibt

*.iti

in ttre elemerilarli for usurping Sihool Board po\uers, in a sl.atement iss'egregation schools and
isued today, tnd al.o repudiatgd the

p[sitive action in entlind-rde

"!a-c.!{.'

iinten'ention of "outsiders"

:city'5 integratioh controvery." The

in tle

lstatement was issued bY - David

Greenberg, president, '"?Ve de nounce the concepts advaneed bY racists and exhemists that this
problem is an issue of 'black versus g,hite.' Jt is an issue aJ right and

\
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i*5;$gigFitF:x 99, i:ilgIFrHFFiig + E Fiiiegigf3e;-e-g ;

wrong, and we deplore the intervention of outsiders in this situation. We believe the great majority of Englewood citizens are united in
Lhe conviction

that school

segrega-

lion, lrowever caused, weakens our

asg;gliFe;il=+

-,, FJe ,=, Fgi ,€glFFiq:e .9{l !, ;. - g F s F FE.g gsEE_$_tr E, ;;='giii$l r Bi
ff

j 1:i '.*,: -.' '- -'{ - . 'polic-v: of the 'lvlayoi-and'[n. Bepubliian memberf '.of '!he ii;y cr;.il,tir to stail, evade,"ind btoct a sblution to the pro"blem ot he facto segregation. 'We condemn them {or- this in the - strongest lut*t. They are hurting-the CitY I

i ltne

i

community and. that true e-quality will make it strbnger, r:,.'.f ,, '.' -g'!:fl.::

g o: r 4=--E3 E r I A r?rgfl
E

t; s

iiF T F

g

because they are callously indifferent to its urgency," the Democratic statement declares.

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Neuer lntend.c.d To
abandonment of plans

"It is now
School,

obvious,

with

the

5'

hal

thrt the

for the

Cen-

Repubiican

Administration never had any intention df putting a plan into action tnat wourg Elve r\eBru srlllurcu illon that would give Negro children

s; r

l"n oppottunity for fiist+lass

educa-

! "Th. Stearns'

ition.

queries, the questionnaires, bave all been a waste of the t:xpayers'

sion me€lings, the poit

Report, the discuscard

they have no plan and it is too late, two weeks before'scbools are due lo cpen. to put any plan into action"We condemn those members of the Board of School Estimate r,r'bo failed to appropriate t-be required $35.000 thereby clisregarding tbe'

time and money. Thc Administration is again sweeping tle problem under the rug u'itb the excuse that

,school Board's decision and subLtitirting its own in b matter of tducational poticy. ' ',' +;.t, i

i 't *t us foqus attention wU'i:re it
Felongs: On { probl.eq whicb must
i

be solvdd'and City offieials rrho' g"f*,,,b,solve;1!:--De, *guog

THlg0.}8'I9sI0xE$0PmE#rIoI0rf8TiI8Rs;Er

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illffihlg

fr;-;e lrr.
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l4{}l' ffi; ;;;.;fi-rna nr*t ri'lrntllr
ADDIllrntf
q

sEBttrLL' r nlnor, .bY rgbn ?:

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IEIII!trOU OF AP?EAI,

t

THE BOI^RD

;fry oilErugrooo, f,E$t rnsgrr
BrrPoadent.

OI

EDT'QASIOX OP

lIG

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1s

tht cornurlooar of Eduortion of tha gtrtl of llw J|'utl

oon|noltlrrrppcllrnt'EEoElugtnuu,'tJ'rulnorlb' lrb. lnd llrt. Jotul T. Et}lrutll, hra Dscatr rnd nl8t flt'odlr ef gtetc of f,cr tbr ctty of &3lrrood, la tbr sorrnty of B8tla rad .Irrreyr by hrr rttorncyrr rd llVCl l. 8trlr io an rnD.rrl Drulnrlr to !liJ.$.1..:.9.3*rb c) g5g&luortlou&arot$be6trtcoflerilorbcybyr€hlloatt|Bdt!3 coo calolhd ln r publlo lobool la EnSlcrood, xcr Jrrrctr pnotcltlng tbo nrlnt.n$rg' tbaorrgb bcr Dr'rcntr errd ncxt of kln,
ofneolrllyrcSregrtrdpubllorcboohbythlrorpoudlrtBoerdof uunlclprl u(l Eduoetlou, lta offlocrr, c4loyccl lnd lny othcr rtrtc sfflotrlr rlth thr rrrponelbtllty thcrcln, rnd tbc rrf\[rl plrnr; o! thc re!.d Eou.d and of,tlotelr to put lnto opcnetlon

nrleo, rc8ulrttonr, prrotloil rnd procedurcr rtrloh ror'rld llLrlnrtc thr prctrntly crlltla8 ud cntrcnobcd pebtrrnr of rrolrl qwl rcuolrgro6rtloa h thr publto lohoolr rnd thc dcntel of ttoHl oppontrlltlor to rpDd]rnt rnd to otbrnl rlnllrrly lllutJreirg! rted 1r tbc publto oohooh ol Ergbvood, tlrr Jcrrgy, rvSu prrnr rtro Dropotld, bmcd uPon rludl nrdr purrurnt to tb'

illrcottol ef tbr Eorn61 *trloh vou!|.a rllntrnrtl rcgrcSrtloa rpd tb'.loBldlofrqurlrduorlloaetopportrurtllrhorotnoonPlrlnco
ofr

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REPRODTJCED ITh\S't

TIIE COI.LtrTIONS OF TIIE }ANUSCRIPT DTVISIOI!, LTBRARY O}-

CUNGRAS.S

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Proterta wono made to the rotpondent Sohool Board\ oonoernlng segregatlon and the denlal of, equal educatlot"t oppoo-\ \ tunltles to llegro ohllilben ln the el.cnentary gchools. [he

7,

\

SohooL Board,

tn

Septenber, 1961, deolded

that e pnofeoslonal \

\

study of lts school eyeten rhould be medle, The group of, oongultants engaged by the School Board atudled the raolal. oompoel

tlon of the sohool populatlon ln eaoh of the Englewood publlc cohool.e, the effcote of rtde faoto cegregate{lil eduoatlon on the
chtldncn lnvolved and opeolflo changes touards lntegratlon ln order to overoone |tde faoto eegregatedrr aohool feoil!,tleE. fbe rtudy wao undertaken and the f,lndlnge, oonoluglona end datlons were eubmttted to tbe Boarnil of Educetlon on Fe 1962. Slx speotfto altonnate recomondetlons weno made.
8.
These neoonnendatlons

for thc cllnlnatlon of set-

regatlon were not eooeptcd by the Boerd. The Board fornulated one plan whloh tt latcr abandoneilr Bnd enottter fon whloh lt falled to reoclve epproprlatLong. It hrg not proposed any funthsr plan.

9. The apoellant esgertethet thc study nade and the ftndinge whlch nerultcdl therefron show rlthout queetlon the rdvcrs6 cffeot of cegregatlon on thls. appellant and upon all
othar Negro ohlldnen elrollanly gltuated. Tblc ls e vtolatlon of, the legel and oonstltutlonal rlgbtr grlerantced undcr ttre Conetl-

tutlon of the Unlted Stateg and of tbe Stete of New Jenaey of eppellant and cll othen Negro olrlld:rcn rlullerly effected. 10. Segregated etlucetlon ls uneguel edrrcatlon under thc conctltutlon of thc unlted Strterl aad lt le wrequa,l rbethen ge, facto or ggJEIS. IL. Appell.ente, therefolcr praX ar foLlonar (a) That a prorngt end carly heanlng be ect to dlapoae of thla appcalr In ilew of thc fapt that e study of thc rchool eyetem has becn
made

by nccponolpl.e cduoetors, employed by the Sohool Boerdl eppeLlqnt rcLLer upon thc
nc-

flndlngc, oonolurlonr end reoonnand,attons oultlng'from tbls study to aupport hor olalnsr thc turbulcnoe orured by tbe

-3'

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..grrcgrtloa tnrolvrd

ir firrthrr

rceton not

to dthy.
(b)

Itrt rftrr ruob bc$lng, rhrdy, cvalrretlon of tbr lrt eal lrtr, tbrt th. Conlrrtoner or{cr thc Bood to trlc ludlrtc rtopr to rllnlHtr rll uprotr of rogrcAetlon h tfio bgfuuooi publto robool rtltl.

Spnrlll, r nlnor. bt !b. lrl-lba.-Joba T. tlDr.rdll, brl prrratt rnd nrrt firlrndrrApprllrnt'
Dobonrb

l+O_th Strrrt Iry lor{c 18, for tort Itton t. for lpprllurt

lrlbolt H. Trto Ul6 Oourt gtrrt ferut 2p Xcu Jrlro, Robtlt llrlle !. Gelt*
20

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L. lluour

Soptrnb* ,

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STATE 0F NElr JEnsgr)

couN'y oF BEReEil

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!fir. and Mng. John f. Sprutl1, belng duly srror.n on thelr oatb; say that they ane the appellente tn ttrc^.*btnfanttttea oauso and brlng thle eotlon on behalf of ntnorr appellant, Deboratr sprut''; and that the etatements oontelned tn the above patltton of appeel are true to the begt of thetn
*nowteaffe and berle.f.

Sl*onn end subsonlbsd before

thls _

me

dey of

L962,-

gg3g, IgtgaSg

gr

EEBg.IgE
bel.ng

hle oeth:says! That on

of futL age,

duly sworn

on

ooptea of the ar'rexed H:,":,':::::::-:: PrEeldent.

c]tv or Englewoodl New ":. 'ersev, petlttoa of eppeal n"*"o"aar'-"trr;

the _ day of L96A, he served on the pnesldent of the

--

-,

Swonn and gubeorlbed

before

thte __

ne

dey of

1962.

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lrging action by city officid'ls to steps to desegregate Lincoln Bclrooi. Rabbi Irwin Blank of Temllu Sio"i *"r also in the'pickei tne carrying a placcard* i'Two busses had been itationed lear the Lincoln School for the [.*por. of giving absent childr'bn gn outing to New York. One of
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reverse by-putting inany Negroes
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sehool bulldLng

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ind.leates that pair of doors opening direetly from the first floorthe forr stai:.r,rays uaits of exit for the totaf bnrildir,g.- Horyever the locati.on provide srrfflclent of these gtair_ rays in relationshlp to classroons lndicates that the statrmy terninatlng betrreen study hall 103 and classroom 104 rrlrt be To situatlon it nay be neeessary to use an eristing overerorded.yv\' renedy this -o classroom senred by thls wJ t'ri --Evy' vv- ee' stair^rray, for adrdai.strative purposeg.
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2' Iocks on r'11 6esls of roomt u'sed by puplls operated tSrpe only pertitting egress fron tire-room shol1 be of the lsrobat arl times. Face locks have been insta]]ed on sone JlaJsroom doors. 3' AIL pupil lnterior ed.t doors from audttoriums, g3nurasi'nse &11pur?ose tlomstr eafeterlas_ 3d ryr space ha\rlng a eapactiy-ir 200 or rrcre persons sha[ not capable of teing lockea inless hardrare of the anti-be paaie type ls used. I+' Doors to moke screens l contain glaas glass' rt was noted that one orshal such doors rf,erepanels of elear rire pJate two glazed lftth plastie
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Heater roons shall be shut off from the interlor of a bull"ding by ty?e class nBn fire doors eqrripped rlth serf-e1o"iog-bardnare. liog ghal] such door suing into the heatcr ioom.

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f'e-lanetn, HoJlor Motal or clasc nBr rcod door! should b€ provl.ded at the stagc and fan roous.

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tFl.re Door

&<isting atoragc spaces so locatcd strould be clLdnated.

7. All flrc doors elrd coke scr.Gn doors abould be clearly l€ttered rrSrcke Door - Kecp Closedn or - Kcep Closedn. 8. Storage gpaccs or closetg are not perritted under or over staLrs. ur*

9. the artlflclal lL}qi.nailon of alL lagtnrctl.onal eacer should be corrected so that lt rilt roeet all of our present lightiag requlrenats. t
11. Flre a-laru atatlons slrould be prorlded ln tbe heater mou, ld.tchen area, asse$J|r roons, audltorluu stege, and near aIL pt'tlrcipal e:dt; lu the corrldor g.
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sttould b€ providcd orer erdts ltoa corridors, rcms of 19. Extt, lJehtsand cafeterlas. ar3erbly, gmasiuns

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flrc alaru sigaals shou1d bc checkcd to dcterni.ne that pencoas
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to hlar the

of sts[dard air per drrutc per pupIl.

W. thc eatl.re edstiag rrcntilatlng systen ehould be checked by a gallficd heat{-t and vcntilatlag engl.aeer to detcmile it eacb cLagsroom oltetns t€ryersd outdoor alr ln guantltles of not legs tlun ten cubl.c feet

The ncchanj.cal ventilation of the gr@asiun, auditorlun, cafeteria, kltchenr locker rooms and puplt toil,et rooms ghould also be eheeked to see ii they bave the required d.nl-nrm arcunt of air changes ss eu!'l ined Ln our GuldE

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Planning and Constnrctlon.

]-3. The nunber of prrpil toilet facilitLes should be checked to see lf a $fficlent nunber of flxLures TriIL be provlded, as outll.ned ln the GUIDE, to meet the needs of the eoaterylated total school enrollneat.
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mrltl-story bulldlngs .

J5. the nrruber of drinklng forrntains strould be eheeked to see lf a snrfflclent nunber of fj:rtures are provided in accorrlance with GIIDE reenir6ments. At least one drlntdng founta{n should be provlded on each floor of

16. FlSeproof construction ls regulred for a'l'l school bulldings uhlch are three stor{ea and over ln hetght. Floors, walls, and cellixgs Ln corrldore,

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stalr hal lgr and heater roons sha'l] have a one horu rating. In order to nget thls regrrlrenent a'11 borrowed Uglrt panela in the eorridor rralls strould be te glase. brlcked up and the glazing lrt a]l corridor doors changed to
-' -'*"-Tt thl,s brrlldtng is goine to be used to house a I\rIL coryliment of glvelr to each of the above iteus. pupi1sr careftrl conslderatlon ahorrld be The serrlces of thls tnrreau are avai1able to assist Xour the Board of Educatlon and yorrr archltect in developing plans and speciflcatlons necesserT to eover $rch a rehab{ lttatlon ptopsrto lbe courteey and coperatlon exberded by you and your staff fu1 rnalr{ng thLs surrey is great\y aprectated.

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You r"i-l-l recall that I wrote to you last June in connection l:i,r,h tkre school s jt,:t;";;H-3r"ilfi"1n:":l:,ii you if the ease finally rea.ched the Suorene Court of tire U'nit,eci Sta.tes. yet i,n your nells conference yesteroay thls seemed to be precisely vhet you vere doing ttren you exoressed tJ:e fear that e. court oecision in &eglewooi.r s ee.se night j eopardize the neighborhooC school polle;r for al] of New Jersey.

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that statenent to mousetrap Mr. Zuber 1ns to hira that the case Fre, then it was an astute movE Certainl..r it is nol,' at Mr. Zuber prefers cublicity to seti in this natrer for no steps to appeel to the C f Ecuca.tion, es the District Court ciecision. 0n your Durpose, you have again ci-sapnointed band, if thil
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Consider for a moment the vast cifference between the situation in Albany, Georgi-a, where flisgrinination really existsr erd the InglewooC case, rtere all that is claj-meo is racial lmbalance. In Al-bany, Georgia, the Negroes woulc rejoice if they could. only irave the nei-ghborhood. school concept aCopted ; tbere r 8 s 1n rnany other southerrr communitles, there has been a failure io conply r.ith the -\rtrrene Courtts decision in the Brorrr case. Iet in Elrglewood, l*rere the neighborhood school concept is followed, and ubere race is not and never has been the test to deterr-lne uhich school e chilo must attend, we are bei::g pillorieC because the School Board. has not taken affiraative steps in r,'i:1ch eolor roulc have to be usec as a test - to even out the raclal eomposition of our schools.

Neither the l/+th Amendment nor the Brorm deci-sion reouires sueh affirnrative stepsl they are alneg, lnstead, at the eliniination of diserimi:rati.on. Aceord"ingly, and 6respany educati-onal- merlts of the d-eniands, iJr i-nsi_sting upon frd 1 imbalance the Negroes are blaiming something to whil y have no cE tional- rigirt; something wb.ieh, if gran'r,ed, l.oulC a spe cial prir.ilege . So far as I lcrov there is nothing to prevent the of the communi r the State, from granting tbat privilege if it v'ishes, irst to eoncede the erguments for doing so may be sounC and tha-t a better soeiet;r &&)z result f'rom the granting. But it ought to be established, flrst, as a matter of 1aw,

that 8Jl1r cl-aj-m of a rieht to have such a-etion taken is sDurious, e-ni, I said before, if the Lav is, to be changedr Fe siroulo hear it from the as highest autktority, the Suprene Court of the Unitecl Sta+,es. gtJre*,ir", the mischlef of the ]iew Frochelle decision in the 2nd Circuit r.rill continue to plague every northern conmunity in drich i{egroes reslde no natter hol.r well integration in other respects nay be proeeeding.
As you periraps recaIl, for ve have net severa.l tirnes, r FJI a Denocratic County Conmitteeman anC have been active since Lg5Z it, furtheri_ng ttre cause of' our Party in Englewood_and in Bergen County. In I have been a caniica'r,e for Cormon Cor:ncrl, for ir'iayor, anc for tirat perioa Cong"es"-ifg'g), and have served as Ca-rape-ign l'lanager (uotir loeal1y and-County-wic"il iresiaent of tfte loca1 club, ad as Munlcipal Chairman. In the last 8 months I have watched a 1ot of hard-lron, s1ow1J,' eccumu'l a tedr strength and prestlge of the loceL party go rttior''tt ijre draj-ntr rririle a srnaIl group of zealots tj-eci us irretrlevebly in the pub'ilcrs mind r^rith Zuber and hii agitaf,ors. Inre may harre gai-::ed. e little i-n tire /+th liard (surely Councllnan Tibbsr position i-s nov irapre€:nab1e), but xe have lost much more in the rest of ihe community. Indeed-r mX ehief purpose in renai-:ring actj-ve this year lias to salvege as much 8-s possible for future NatJ-cnal, State e.nd Cor:nty tlckets b;' naking it elear not all Denocrats vere follor"i.ng the Zuber l-ine. (nrite frankly, aI this point, f have second thoughts as to rinether even that effort is rorth r,,hile.
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To complete the record, and to call to your attention sonnethi-ng I think you also shoulC }oaor^r, I have been serving as the State-appointed uenber of the Englel,-ood Housi.ng Authority since its re-a.ctivation- early in 196L, anC sj,nce fglZ frua been tt State-eppolnted menber of the EnglewooC " Urban Fener-a1 Agency until it rras mergei i"to the housing autirority. The appolntrnent wa s trat r,-ifl tt r not I'or e def ini-te tera,, r+iri ch of' coorsl r6eans I am now serrrilg only at your pleasure. linile I have no intention of signingr Xolr may very well r+ish to consioer vhether such continueC serr.ice ""is at your pleasure.

In any event, you should also lmow that the sa:ne elements, localrdro are demanding action b)' the School Board on recia]. inbalance have the Cityrs urbart reneval ano housing proiects in nind as their next te.rgets, and that concession on the schools r^rill it no vay d.irainj-sh loca1 controversy. i'{ore probably it }rill- r*ret appeti.tes. ly, I therefore urger BS a citizen ano as a Democrat, that you reconsider the posltion outliaed in yesterdayrs news eonference, and tha.t ygt insist, iJesteed, tLrat the mattlr proceed. ttrrough regular cher,''eJs, incluoing t'he courts, anc the City of Englewooc be girun ; ehance to calm
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that 8Jllr elaim of a ris'ht to have su ch etlon taken i s scuriou s , and as , I said before, if the 1.* is; to be changedr re it from the highest autrrority, the suprene Court of thi united States. gtJre*,ir", "fr""fa"ir"rrmischlef of the lie-* irochelle decision in the 2nd Cireuit r.rill continue the plague every northern cornmunity in rfrich Negroes reslde no natter holr to well integration in other respects niay be proeeeding.
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c 8:,,I;; il#ii:#ff?u'f;1"1."0::;"":;1":"H:: l#;';.'r#.,f;"ring the cause of' our Party in Englewoocl_and in Bergen County. In tir.a-t, perloa I have been a caniioa'r,e for Consiion Councrl, for i{ayor, anc for Cong;."r"- (195g) and have senred as Ca.npe.ign l'{anager (uotir IocaIly and- County-i:.d;[-prJsiaent , of the local clubr erld as Municipal Chairnan. In the last I months I have wetched a lot of hard-}ron, s1ow1.v eccurnu]atedr strength and prestige of the locel party go ttci.or,':: iire drai-ntt rri:ile a small- group of zealots tied us irretri-evebly in the publlcrs mi-nd with Zuber trii agitar,ors. 1re ma;, have "nO gai-ned a little in the /*th i,rard (surely CouneiL:nan Tibbsr positj-on i,q now inpregnable), but ;-e have lost much more in the rest of the cornmunity. Indeed-r mX chlef purpose in reraai:ring active this year lias to salvege as much 8-s possible for future Nati.cnal, State e.:rd County tickets b1' naking it elear not all Denocrats vere folloring the Zuber line. Qulte frankly, ut thls point, f have second thoughts as to r"::ether even that effort is lrorttr r.hile . To complete the record, and to call to your attention sonething I think you also shou1C knor"r, I have been serving as the State-appointed nenber of tbe Enslel,-ood Housi-ng Authority sinee its re-e.cti-vation- early in L96lt and' since iglz r,.a been ttr" State-eppointed menber of the Englevooc Urba:e F,eneval Agency r:ntll it rras mergei :-"to the housing autirority. The appointnent was ttat r,"iIltt, not 1'or a definite terrn, vhic[ of' course ]Geans I am now serving only at your Dleasure. l,'^eile I have no intentlon of resigningr Xotl nay very well rrish to consloer vhether sueh continueC serr.ice is at your pleesure.
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In any event, you should also larow that the saJne elements, local1y, r"ho are demanding action b)' the Sehool Board. on racial imbalance have the Cityrs urban reneval ano housing proiects j-n nind as tneir next te.rgets, arld that coneession on t,be scbools *iff in oo vay diminish local eontroversy. i'lore probably it wil1 rd:et appeti-tes, I therefore urger BS a citizen eno. as e Democrat, that you reeonsider the position outlined in yesterd.ayrs news eonference, and tha-t y9u i nsistr i:rstead, tLrat the mattlr proceed tkrrough regular chnnnsls, cluoi-ng tlre eourts, and the City of Englewooc be giren ; ehance to calm indowlt.

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Hon. Frederick Raubingerr corqmissioner NEw Jersey stare Deparrment of gd"";il.o Trenton, New Jersey Dear Commissioner Raubinger

elennentary schoors has rhe ii.oreheari;; backing of -tr,is trany rePresentative organizations itt including the Executive committee of "o*Irrirr, the Englerrood Democratic Club.

r understand the Englewood of Eduearion are to members of theregardirrg y{air-you the school crisis here, and r would like "onre, you that the'r plan for a central rr,lerr"Jiut" to know school as a first step in restoring racial balanee in the
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f am one of ihose nho, along r.rith 4:gler,ro dd Councilman Vincent Tj"bbs, discussed. the Enel-euood situatio*-rlfg:r you and r.ras deeply -I" e..felfi=_yo.o irapnei s ed by tou" reffi* -tU"rrrr"a ne for my vislt gg_eqEg-q gna4:y.. c-apmlenis..in _!6e"Lutur.e. Based my -both uponwellimpression of grou as an lndependent tht nl;ing human being as upon your requesi for my conrnents, f rvrite'to you now on a matter of ut:gency-.
Responsible leadership are ihe key uordp,,lin the enti::e Elgf 61.v6e6 storyr_ which is more p::ecisely itre northernr- friban, Lnne:r ring-story. You havs an opporturlty ;o demonsi;raie to the r+or1d vour-1ead.ership ly_being- responsive to s ound thinling educato::s. ihe Engler.rood. Board of Ed.ucation is compos ed. of men'ho hdve sought -uhe advlcE of emLnent prof essors, -one fi.orn our very or^m Rutger.s tEniver=iiy, fn the prepgtatLon of the preced.ent setting Steaints Report. ifie Boa::d. of ftlucation has choserr a plan whigh opEns the way tb mitenenting one of Dr. Stearn t s suggesti.ons r,rhi ch he hiilns e1f thought- r,ras the Eest. lTo- ot! e:r p3-an :recent!.3r mentioned, such as open en::o1J-ient, redistri_cting, or placeroent of 6th grad.ers in the Junl-or Hlghr - or some cornbinatLon of thase pIand. offers anything but chaos. -

Dr. Stearns bad this to say about open enrollrneni, rlOpen enrollrnent r,ril-l ease the tension of a fer.r pe?solrs who seek ::e1ilf from ttre concent::ati.on of }Ieg:ro en::oLlrnent-.It essentiall_v destnoys . the _pr.incipJ-e of neighbo::hood s chool-, aod has ltttl_e by" r.ra;r. of quality ed.ucation to coraneid Lt.rr 1{or,r lisien to uhat he has'io " say about plan 6 towaard nhich ihe C entral lfl.tertned.iaie Sci:oo] nrl ght open the way. ft meets the siandard of an effort to iniegrate, it can offer superior educailon r.:e13- ad.apted. to ihe sltuaiion-of the Lnte::group :reLationships, it uphoJ-Cs the nelghborhood p:ri_nciple snd dlslocates ::eLatl-vel-y f ew peopl-e. ----About ned.istricting, f have only thls to say. f l-ive l_n a rac5-alJ-y c'h.anglng neighEorhood.. I'iy child.ren go to Liberty School i! 'rrrhi ch the perc eniale of f,ieg::o 6htLd.::en has gone up t"-osL 26 . Zi in !_95o-5_l to 63-.1,4 in 5;t-1 1961; iiy guess Ls it-is g:r-eater this terzn. Sl-n, you suggested redlstrl.cling for New JersEy Comnurritl-es Nor,r ' faced_wtth- this fr.obl-en. This uould-noi basteally Lhange the outlook for edacational- improvemsnts. In faci, it would do nothing to lmprove education. l,Iere correctlon of the racial imbal-encd in school-s c_anno t correci the grbr,ring racial- lmbaLence in the neighbonhood. llowever, comectj.on of that inba] ence in ihe schooLs coupJ-ed by gr"eat lmprovement in ed.ucational techniques as offe?ed by the Central InteraedLate School might very rvell maintain the status quo in mLxed neighborhood.s and eventiral-ly reattract white people to the aEes. The same pLcture hoLd.s true for ihe better educated Neg:ro mstf,y of r'rh.om are 3.ooking to othe:: communities for bette:r ed.ucation. In their p3-ace can only come lieg:roes who d.onrt care about thls value.

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noi flnal lrord about any plan which docsr+hichinclude every many--bright The trap I{e!:ro child on a compulsor}' basis. one of statu.s. ltreedlng i;o l{elro teen-agers f lnd themielves 1n is lu"""""pt"a 5y iheir iiegro peers most of whom are underacheiving product-s of sigregated ichools and. fearing rejection by then if ippl-lcation to-studies llke r'rhite dtuclenis Ls ettenpted' 4a1y of tirLse brlpht c hildren stop trying. !og. those ln the Raciall-y mixed uard, not-being in ihe najoriiy, ar"e--inf luen-ced by thelr friends from seg:regated sltuationi. If all-Ifegroes ]rad. a chance from problem iiindergi::t]n on ih:rough to mingle r^ritlr whlte students., this ctri'l dlen lrouLd [veniually disalpear. B-ut as long as you have- some Scl:oo1r in racia3-ly rnix6 a cUiles as there are some nor'r in liberty majority tit""6 woul-d be some by open enrollment and the largeschoolor., of s egregated' "s in ""grug*teCt schooLs ihe ::Lsulting patterngr"oups finally meet lri,11 dominate r'rhen the lowerEd ichE6vement schools and junl-or bllh schools. in integrated secondary Ihe Central fntesnediate School r'ri th teem teactring Ln non mff *.i*ii"uiii"l3i; ::ff "$:*3"1T:":i:" :JTi%':E:f;8"f;6"81"i1]",-' teens w]len the chil-dren need to confonil ancl the above mentioned trap SchooL a i"-in" tlghtest, Coup!.e6 r.rith this__Celtral Inte:mediateFou::th Grad'e of Kinde:rga1t91 t!r!11*! prog"*t of compiete i-ntegration irouiA Eive Elsiewood, al-I of i{ew Jersey, and the United States a f:ront iage tn-tfre hiitor:y of hr:rnan relatlons and education fo:r
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Final-Iy, Sir', if one of your children-goi sick toraorrolr , would you g5.ie hi; the best possible medicine avatlabl-e or setile for yeite:rEay I s ::erned5.es whl- ch only the quacks recormrend?
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think sfiart children should attend. the school nearest thei_r hcme?rr You call thet a Loaded question . nfu. for a long tiJre and we knovr hsty to load Boldt, we have been in this business a question. Fsr e:ar,ple1 w€ night
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Ne"rb - foll ask sone questions about the mailing list rlas rilsre cornplete iJl some parts of to.qn ihan o{h""", we usec - whether it and so o*r Raths t}ran go ihto a lot of tedious ci'etaiI, -offici'rs ters nuch' r say that fon this ittt srm-Dly say that r canrt see how it natwho aslced for slEvey aciually arenrt supposed "u""or. Your to naice :"1o91 pl:-icy _ that,;;;;;;;"" th-ls of tire Sehool Boardr as I'irnde;ri*rra. .4n,1 the- Scholl to rnake policy on tire basis of a whole lot of Iega]-, Boar;, of corrse, has istrative angles. Nobod'y expects an opinion survey educatj-onal, an6 adnrinto come for a job like that. You rnake tl::is point yo*.Ltt-:n yor:r up with answers letter to us, I'.lr' Bordt' so %?i", i-""J1--"".*roi."t youtre oornclai:ring about. sj-r:ce the questioruraire canf t solve your problems, r cantt see why it rnatters hovr

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- Xolt raise the questj-ons about our disappearing deadli:re and also about policing the ""*ttr. ftrs true a definite we had then it and a lot of responses cane in on tine. lrut lrhen deadU.ne was announced., s ort of
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Liicevrise vrith respect to yor:r eornment ihat people *idnti have to sign the forns and so ihere was no l?ay to be sul'e somebody rnlasntt stuffing tfie ba1lot box, l"lhat are you, some ki-nd of a nut tr sonething? Letrs face it, Ib. BolCt' a thing like ihat couldntt ha.ppen urfl,ess sonebody v.lou1d. want to distorjr.the results, -r'-fe have gone into the question thbrou;;ifE*"-io decide hst',, best to refuie your suggest5-on, and I can oniy say that ii leaves us s'oeechl€ss. As for the thought-that Hanlry, panlcy g Shenanegan wsllld kncrurJngly permit any monkeyshines, that, sir, i-s laughable. Ha Ha. Your fj.::al. point is t'bat' there is no mention an;rrvhere in our guestiqmaire of the problern of racial segregation in the sciroolsr or any of that sor you ssXr the survey is certainly of no use in relation 'r,o that problem.
r'i.". -Bo1dt, Do you have a school integration probjn Englelrood.? They didrrtt teIl me anybhing abcrut tha'b. Oi "ol,"u", itts a slcre issue, as I see it, bui ftd liJ<e to offer a suggesti-on, if f maXr of .'t"{hrt f thj-nk is ihe be st v,ralr to 3o at a problen of that kind. iVhy don''i, yorr- engage a tean of expert eciucationa-1 cotrzulbnbs to come ix

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TRENTON. Sepr. ll m - G&.1 At tlre same time. Hughes flatl1' Richard J. Hughes spoke hope-lrejected a. request from Paul B. frrlly txlay of a solution to Engle-lZuUer of Crol.on on Hu.dson.N.Y., titoot tegiegalion issuela Negro altorney leading the most "ooct'sa couple of weeks. -;;k;.' rrrthin irhin lmilita'nt opposition to school segre' tlughcs told a nervs confercncelga[ion in Englewood. Zubcr said of o'ocu rnrvrrdlhp u,:c soekinl Ire espects some progt'ess to\varalf,e *'as seeking reinstatement of. a rhe solution l'hen ;:'-g;'-i,ti.lfeOerat cotrlt itrit over the Englc' l'lrlrrcation Commi.ssioner Fred'lu'ood isstte. and asked Htrghes to

general to do just the opposite,'l Hughes said, "and to rcsist any application to Lhe federal court."

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Hughes said the s[ate civil rights division and education dcpartr;renl have enorrgh powcr to

handlc the sittraticrt. Zttber's suit has been dismissed once in fcd. eral corlrt on gt'ottttd.s th:.:t he be exPec{cd elrr.k )1. Iiaubinger i.s.stre 8 jointlinsrrtrct Atiy. Gen. Art!rur J. Sills should ha'.'e taken it to tlte state of Englewmd, He saidthc majority' the poll t,o rhow thtt :t:riemcnt latcr this u'eek. lr"-irir-i. trre zuit. educaLion department first. of thosc answering would frvor Lincoln School thc ctEtus quo. The disprtte in Englewcod cen-i 'tsut this particular slattu quo' ters around Linccln School, which' I doubt would rLand uP lD th. has a 98 percent Negro enroll' @urt," Hughes raid. : ment. For three daYs last'rveek He rlso reid that hc dld not the school $'as the target of I cpnsider thc l,Sm elf,\$ert r rtrong boycolt by twethirds of the Pu- response . in vicw of tbc gnurnt' pils. Hughes said he is glad thei o{ controvenry. Astcd for bis view' Loycott has ended. I lf r more comPietr Poil rho*cd Englewood's school Probleml Eaglewood'r .citizeru fsvr tbc sLems from segtegated housing prescnt rctuP. thc tovernor nrpatterns combined with the assign' ment of children t,o schools in "It wouldn't make iny difier' their neighborhood. ence, bccaurc 1rcrl'rt up rgrirst On Monday the Parenls o[ one hw." Negjo child filed a Petition with Hughes said hc fevorr thc neighRaubinger seeking sLate action to borh@d $bool PolicY rnd bclicvec desegregate Lincoln School. it is strong enough to nrrvive thr Hughes said. "I believe the c'om' hglewmd disntE. missioner of edrrcation is going "B,t thc rtrength ol thc JYr'to get into this case in some man' tcnt tt ln itl nexibility," Ec raid' ner other than bY sitting around ;tll€re basn't bcea mrich Oeri"S (Turn to Page 18, Columa t) r tbcr (ln EnSlcwd-") zubert'r wired rcquctt to Hugber
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oq the scbcol lituetion tbat lpar[mEnt is confronledrot obly Uylschool_s_ituation has shifted to Tlentoir asitreNeWyor"k office,l rztion tbrl confrohl"eC aot ohly bylschool situation shilted Ttentoi a-s ttre .J\J;* v.;-v 'tbcr- aft lire ro orl. ib f,ayol -o{ lRartment tle En_slervood casd b;t by.sjmrarlof the National Aisociation for.Advancer;ti t aAo;;d i";;;' r {avor{rlt}€ E![le$ooa case but by.similalj:!1!.,l!gtional As'sociation Jor.Advancement of Coloreil f ^rii;-,- i eopf L + -s-cbool | :Monrrreir,_ ptaia-.-lappealbd .1b rthe.State lep"tt"ni-lil-ia,i,iiii#;iir'"""ii"Tlt rood lpreienbg tle neisblor'liood lcboot II cases involving -Itlonlclair,'..r1ais:l?!qu{bd..1b fhe-State Department tf rEdricatio;tiontenailii;'. . ::::q.jl"o)t'ing Bridgeton'.--;-=.r lnal Engldu,ood rriaintains 'en ipolre.r"of seDding -ci roreu 10 r5e I lrelq, orange, i polic] of sendrng'clrildren to l-be l{ eld \Jrange, and Bridgeton'...;-=. I that Ensl.ivood a.naintar.Us -i''a separate and irnequ4-icfrbof lbe.l{ield,'Orange, LDe Polcl o, seDdrng 'cliildreu BridgetoD.. ;--1Brid ee toD'.. ;--1 | t.t_ Engleu'oodrijaintaj -tjDglewood ldaintaias -i'a separate :nd JrnFd""r "^i-;liii.', .--:'a sebarrte aDd {rnequal_schbol tU-"r tha't l{ield,'olanee, jlclrool nearest their'.}omes, fo !sclcol near€st tnei!.lroEles. -I\layorl Tbe M-ayor said be conducted tieIIlthat denies.eAual education -]ilayor I rle Mayor cooducted 6!.ldenies.equat education to NeSro childred"-r -i:.-:1'-4 _-\-'-.

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isimilar appeals ncw l;efore him. It lcontends tlrat F)nglervoori ha.s atreaA.u recognizecl racial imbalance i i"bl' having auLhc'rized it-s Super. I intendent of Schools lo conduct a lstrrvef in rvhich lre p.r'e.scnted cral plan.s for a solution.
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Intelttletl tlte i\lu5'rrt' untl Currncil :rnrl Irrrgctl llr:rL ther, "sturrtl plrl"" in tlrcil lnosrtion bec:rttse, he suitl , lrt' rlrlr.s Inot. feel t.lrnt I,lnglervorrrl hlrs lr rlruil lsl'stcrn of eclrrcllion lrrrl tlrrt il is llir,ing lrp to tlre Suprcnre C'orrlt,

jcorrrrnenclerl tlre l\lu5,or' irnr[ (iorrn.

dtcision. 'l'lrrrrber ll. lJicr'<:o

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the Dem,lcuttic Corrnl.v (iorrrrrrillrtn,

lanrl illrs. Angel;r IicLinn of ('()lll.l, t-saicl t.he cit.\' 0tficilrls ar',-. sirirlting
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JOSEPH \(/. KATZ to tbc Gorernor

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To

GOVERNOR

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fhe Englewood Democratic Club is backing the school boardts idea of 5:h and 6th grade inrermediate school. We should bear this in

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s oo the rlght track aod ttrst ue n to qp tbore. *r-ssms :/ou lor EDs v81T t:be problcrsttlttlde Iat Protrcstlt,G dlrplayed by _the Eqglemd D@sratl€ Club la pruhtug tor a rolutloa
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lGst penonal regnrde.
S1rcerely,

JosEPtr

$peclal Arctrtant tg the
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Ssnls for lnur nalll.ng of Septober 11. I

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llitani: you !o:* you:- rr-'.:-e, '::e:1clr:-nl to :hc of i:nc! ti:e e:iecrpt, -refer::ing to i:;eviouo ilgig:tcg:*, ::i:Cc l;1r rr, r.'::i: e:etefte:ti:s :egerd to the quest-otr of scg::eg;:t:Gn -.n ilre ieg-:evood cchools.
ScptemireT L7 :ssue
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I ee firrare a! the pl.cn recorrsncied b]r chc tlre ouicmc i,'ith ::egs:C to -:e krylm-teti.oa by tl:e Boc:d of School. Est:-s:te.

I hope yoc i::i!. u:rcle:st:r:d, $s i irave sr,d. :epectedly *ad publiciy, th:rt T hcve ccre5-dcncc ln 31rc good uiil, af, :lre of f !ci; i.s of Eng-"ie..,ood, j.i:cl,udi-4g yarrse lf n ead trcve :lo ioubt th:r i r s su:h cgr of Sood rr:.11 o by :ntens:.ve ef fort, u -ii ::crci: a s8tisfacto:y cqrciusiqs.
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Eagiefiood-

tal(c eaceptloa to your totar2rctatlon of ury reoarke as being a trblarnkee recoldtandation of rediatrictingrr' I have statedr or Eeverel oceasiong E?ceatlyr my $rPPort for ttre sclghborhood cchool concePt - hrt I' havs ouggested that ttrlc concept mrst be adapted b the regrrirearant of eqnol \ educatloosl opportruf ry ,gor all '

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pfiercirrtly conduct{ng an lhrrcetfgatlon
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Beeausg ths FsapooElbilitlec for the operation and contrcl of a couannifytg-zachoole ane set forth clearly in the gOneral *chool lsus of,the State, I an Precluded froo dtrect lnterfer€rco ln tbe actious' of the &glewood Boerd of Educ"ltl.ou. lia you probably lafih, the Cmiesionar of EducaEion is

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G0lIESSIOR

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September

18,

L962

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LOCATIOi! OF OUR SCFIOOLSI LOCATION 0F OUR C0NCENTRATED r'ltcRO POPULATIOI'J ETC. REDISTRICTIhIc ii'AS CON SIDERED 3Y OUR BOARD OF EDUCATIOI'J II.I }IONTHS PAST AND FOUND NOT SATISFACTORY. IT IS ALSO A PLAN UNSATISFACTORY TC A GREAT i'tAI'lY PARENTS AM CITIZEI\S il{ TOi,lt'l. llTE HAVE A PLAN PROPOSED9 OENTRAL SCHOoL plAr,.t, TI-{AT IS NOT oNLY A G00D Ai{D H0I\EST BEG IN|TJING FOR CORRECTII,JC RACIAL IN BALAI'ICE BUT iS ALSO VERY EDUCATIOI.'IALLY souND. THI s is BoRN E oUT BY THE EIJDOR SEI'IEIJT 0F I'IAN Y QUALIF IED

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Councll hst nlght rpproved r recolutlon phclng the quc!tlon of chrnxln( the locrl elementrrvsbhtbl -ivstem on the November ballot. fite votc u'rs I to l. '

If School Setup Will Change I ' By KATIInYN nol.tt(A / (Strff \tr{ter) V -Eutlerood The

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Fourth Wrrd Couneilmrn Vlrregle K. Tibbr crst thc
fiegrtive vote. sry.lng. he believed thc retion wrs set. tln( r drngerous preeedent. "We hrw dclcrttc<l power ti thc Dotrd of Educrtlen. .and I don\ tbht lt lr propcr for Borrd fnllcy to bG ret by the bellot,"
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drong locrl opmclllon lo the plan rr ooc of the ehlef rc!f,on3 frrr thelr acUoo. Thc tocrl school'spn1io1'31rv ls now bclng rcvleu'rd Uv a State: I)eprrtment ol fducrtlon fact. findlnt lelm anrrolnted by Dr. Fre<lcrick tt. Raublnger. State Cpqrmissioner ol Edueellon. A lormal eomolrlnl t'hargirrq lhc Rorrd el Edueetlon rritb nrainteininS e sefirerrte<l school strtem ler lllcd *lth tba Comnrtsslonpr lrst u'eck try the nelional o(ficc of the'Nalional Arrocletlon for lhe Arlvtncement of Ccrlored People aetlng on bchrll of r lttcal rcrldeN. lrrt ntght thet the declrlon lo Jrlece the rhool questlon on the trrllol \A ls not !n rtlcmot to ururD thc 'rlShts ol the lloard ol Educetlon ln settlnS school
prllcy. Council piqgldent Ticknor said

sotcd to ri'lrhbold thc funds. ciled

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rerclntlon. lntroducrd by Sccood Wrrd Cbuncllmro Sdwrrd S. Bmclir Jr.. rtrtcd thrt thc

,la Autrrrt rcouerUnj e Dubllc rcf-

Cauctt brd rceelvcd e petltlon
mcattry-rchml plen.

ll:. rald lhc resoltttlon $'tt r' nrllk'r'of courlesl' lo srrme 3.S{Xl
rerklenls rrho rlcncd llre frelltlou ar\inF lor a publlc rcft'trntltrrn.
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creg{u.m-ou lhe quertlon ol chang-i

lnj or r-fflolng the prtscnt ele-,
QIIEITTION SITTED

tbc brllot r.erdr:
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Thc quertlon to be placcd

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ternng ccrirln elementrry.rchrpl gader ttom thclr' pruent crhoolr lnto r slngle school for nrcb Snder?':

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Schod bulldtns on Lnglc St.rcet. Tbc phn wrs proporad try"thc Boerd ln July'rc r flnt rtcp lo corrcctLcfl rreirl lmbrlenee ln

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A learb of si ENGLE\I'OOD educators from 'the office of tlr Nen' Jersel' State Commissioner Education have been in the Englesince

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EA-{GLEWCCE, hl.i. 07

of Paul B. Zuber, Negro sttorne_r,
bI the Governor *'ho said tb. rn.|t.,
permitte<i to lapse r*.ere resisted

to-reilstate Oe<.ase u,hich he

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Aage-llj sho io dismissing tbe Englewood case and other i-ote, gratioo orits said they should rU be rderred 1o _the Commissioner of

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sioner R:ubinger. T-his r*.es indi. ceteJ also b-r- -Federal Judgg.An_

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areferendum. .; , -')^ questionnaire io "We issued-the _ that many peopie who did'not eome-? out to meeti,ngs could : halre rn opportunity to exprets themselves right from'their own homes," and he added, - so many persons lave ; ment. .t asked for a referendum vote where I His Statement.was in turn .iiti- all the pebple can express themcized b-v Councilman Vincente K. selves that the Council feeis their Tibbs who said the Fourth'14'ard rrish should be granted. : - -Committee members refuse to re".We are afraid.of public opinl pudiate.the Englewood Movement ion--We believe ia carrying out rsE !u6r9wuw irrvvg|-ltgut il,usrqLL. iand Mr- Zuber because regardless the-ryill -of the majority," Mr. Ers-levsa-lcL ..: . --(_ ,-" '
municipal chairman, issued a statement this week declaring that the Democralic' Party is interested in all the people and all the children and lst in ahy particular group. The statement .criticized extremists and ciiticized "tle Zuber-led" ele, -g' -

the ballot on Nov. 6 in responsb people throughout the nation. .l to mar-y petitioners who feel everyHe said it is difficult to rmd#, body should have an opportunity stand *'hy any individuals or group to express Lhemselves. should felr the democratic proc2. Edward A. Forman, Democratic ess€s ol law such as'the hold.ing of -

Erslev Siates Cesc Couocilman Kurt A. Erslev pointquestiouoaire | "d out that the 1. The Referendum, adopted TueS- ! shorved that. tbe' majority in Enday night by a four-to-one vote of glewood -favors ad'herence to tbe tbe Council, places the questi.,on on neighborhood schoot policy ar 4o

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Ag you have read ln the paperr rl,sce rrtt{ng your letter, Gormlgalmer Baublnger le ovlng Eo eryedlte an egultable eolutlon. I sD contldest that se soou rrlll achleve a lmg-sgeded anruer to tbe problco and tllst Bnglercod agaln u111 be a barentour cronlty ln r&leb t'be rtgbBa of all are protected.

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lVhabever the oulcome of the invesligaLion lhat Cornmissioner Fredericli W. Raubinger has orclered inlo lhe Englervoocl ancl Orange school integration eases \\'e are celtainll' enjoying the surceAse front bickering ancl unrest.

DeIitit.iort I Of 'Big Brotlrcr/ 'l'o
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the Unflcrvoorl 0oartl of titlucation,
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ntan lVilliam D. Ticl<nor ,Jr. ancl I(urt A. Erslev have fought to a cautious approach because of majorib.y
opinion n'hich rvants the neighborhoocl
school policy preservecl. Norv thc Commissioner of Bclucation has assigned teams of inspectors to

Orange the authorities have altempted to solve their problem through open enrollment but this is being bitterly contesled by lhe Negro groups. In Engletvoocl iVlavor Volh and Coun-

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papel rvhosc nrain poinl rvas "Wc do not suhscrihe to the theory thtrt BiA tJrothel kno\r's bos[." I rvirndtrr rvho it is that they refer to ls Big
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l. t]ian il hc the rninistcrs :rntl rabbis rlho hirve sqrcnt thcir lives rlealing rvith problorns of rnorality
arrd rvho .support the Board's plan

for a centlnl intcrmctliatc school? 3. Can it bc the mcmbers of thc IJoard of Etlttcation rrho tvere ap. pointcd hy thc prcscrtt and prcvi.
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contloversl' ntttl he loo ltrolxncrl tlrc s:rrnc illfltlrl rnrl strtpitl ccttlt';rl irrtcrrncrlinle scltool plrtn in the
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both cities. lVhat lheir fincling rviil

be nobocly knou'.s. lVhatever the findings and rccommendrtions rve *'onlcl sttrely e.xpect them to be moclclale, nob clrastic, becausc s,haL hapllens in En-

l.}rAlr.'rvourl lil)il)it)'et's $.10,00(). stntes ott lxtgc 137: "'l'ltrt lltr: schonls on lirrFle street, I"ranhlin rnrl llrt'oltl junior ltiAlt school, ale
rrrrsrritnltlc for;rny scltool ttsc rnrl slrouLl lte soltl.'' It rlas brouAlrt out hy llre rtlitcl ;rl. tlrc lust lJorrrl of l'lrlucltiott rrrt'cling on Sept. {i rnrl confilutctl lrl'llro lloirlrl of lirlrtc;rlirrn rtpon rltrcsliorring h1' otltor rttcrulrcts of the ltrtlicrrce. Ihlt it rlortkl cost in cscess of S810,000 rt l0ir{i/5t} costs,

bc civic gt'ottps sttch as of \\'onren Voter.s, thc I Pr..l council anrt thc Urhan Lcaguc I which h:rve a contintring rceorrl of interest in anrl carefttl study of Can
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tclligcnt, uplight cit.izcns successful in ttreir orvn [icltls, rvho proplan in thc first placc? i noscd tlre
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support the Board's Plan fot'a

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many cilies arc in thc sarne situabion. Thc Comnrissioncr has called for findin.qs b.y Oct. 5. \Vc sh:ill sce rvlrnt happens. In an.r' evcnt, Lhis handlirtg on the staLe ievel rvas bhe incvibablc outeon're as :.Lipttlalcd b.y the rlecision of the Federal Court in thc Zuber case. Had Zubcr follorvetl the clecision :rncl
taken the rnatter to Conrntissionel Rtubinger [hc clernocraLic llrocess rvoulcl have becn .specrlcd :rncl a loL of damage rvould liave bcen avoided. Of course, local rcaction Lo an.y Rtubinger rulin.g is sonrcLhirrg t,o be eonsidercd. The vasf majoriby of Englcrvooci people rvant thc neighbolhootl policy preselve(1, as Lhe llayor' llrove{I, attd att"V soiuLion shotrlcl he rt,cll u'iLhin
t.his policy.

for the state, *'herc

ccntral intcrnrcdiate school? 5. Can it bc the SuPrcme Cottrt rvhich undct' our constitution ltas the riAht to intcrpret ottr constitution and larvs anrl shich ltas tlc' clarcd.segregation of thc schools 6. Or is IliB Brotlrcl lcallY |.lohnny-Corne-l-ately SONS
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norv problbly Sl,{}00,000 to put these rblntlonctl schools in a scltool tusable eon<lition, aFuirtst l hc loc. , orrrnrcntlntiorts of tlre Ohio report. i llorv crn thc inrperi:rl sounrling I R:rblli llhnk nntl tlre ntost iurltcrinl
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rrvoukl itnpose thcir nrtn brand of erlucation policy on the citizens of
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I blinrl to, iFnole the ftcts rrr<l fintlI irrgs of thc Ohio report lnrl thercbl' I by tlreir st:rnrl nrisreprescnt llre flcts? ls this rArceabltr to thc posi-

Rlbbi Itcrtzberg be

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tion oi a r:rbbi. rulro lceorrlinA lo .ft's'ish tr:rrlition sltould bc s'isel lh:rn ltis shcr'p'.' f)crrrocracl' lneilns Coverrtntent b1' lhc pcnple lrrrl nol rlictatorship r b.r' irupclirl sounrling Rubllis. 'l'ltcr;\lr;"ol an<l ofIicials of the
,Cit1' of I.irrglervootl knorv uhat llrc !people of [:]nAlesood rvilnt in(l I st:rrrrl fol ln<l sltitll llc ltigltly conr. I rncnrlcd fol their sl.unrl.

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Precedent Oppose$
Westwood Couneil's Similar Overruled; Englewood's Pends
By CHABLES ll. IIARRISON tEducatloo Edltort
Oay itro-City. Council's decisign-lo. plrc'e

Engiewood Councilman Vincente

quuttioo on the Novcmber beltot was settlng a q3nStTY rctlon may irsceOenU Tbc prccedent--jol Englewood'sr8o. atrerdy bave becn sct-ln \Yestwood 'l . yeErs Euglcrod llnrr-lo rsl i'o(en et the isocrel clcctbr to rasr-c{ uhcthei tttct rt! in trvor ol tnnrferrln3 ccrtrln clcrncotery

K' Ttb.ls .1aiO \t-ef r nonbindilS llll-ol

lcbol iredcl lrom tbctr Pr"lcoq rcboolr- to I rlntlc rhool lon
tbcrc gadcrln: 195t, thc rrYestuod Councll voted to Place e uooblnding
rcfereodum

of the tYestwodlYashlnxtoo Torn$iP Coosolidrtcd 5.1o1 Dtstrtct. Srrnsoo Botlln" burbald o{ r urmbcr of lhc Soorolldrtcd Eo.ra of EducrUoo' rPcdcd tbc rtbn oo tbc brslr tlrt tbe Oottrcll bsd D.! ruthodry to drce a rbml refetadlm o tbc 3co: int-ctccttoo b.lld- Hc chlmcd r rclol qratloa !ilrf bG os tb' trttd oalY b r rPcld !cls! c{.ctloa eooartca bY tb. Eorrd ol Educetbl. Supcrlor Cosrt Jrxltc J. Sel' -trcl- L:ydca rulcd b hvor d

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lir,t,'rhil lltr'i, :fl ;iT'::Fh::: *i i ;:tlii ii -,;iF:q:ili' ",, 11",,Xtl lifi ilL: i,j1*i;..i rg;; ;;i: iilEl ;lxlh:
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-_"the erase segregalion irr..riil
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-qTllTcL Cotrs 0f Sr:!ro+[ lssuc I I urnnn Rclations Uni t.
l,lrrglcrvoorl lllulub of .l?!t \:rllcy pllce, Engle.
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-'l'lrc Conllnitlec Lo Savrr (.)ur NriAhbor. i rtoorl; for. thc l.lrrglt:rvoocl l\{ove. Itootl Sr:hools ( s()Ns l br:lievcs that I rrrcrrl., ltusselI I\1u jor. oi 212 west llr. li()arrl rrtl l.lrlrrc;lli,r:r is. tryinti trr Il:lnr:lr.rvon,.l :nerr(rc.
rillottllcr r.nthr:r rt,hrr

schools are deliberatel-v segre(atcd

tion. tle said the Srrpremc Corrrt rulinss apply, Io Lhc' sorrth. .vhere i
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i Nysterlr that is ncighborly, conslilrttiort-f frierrrll.v, logicil. and bcst suitcd to al righls oI the n-egro jn rv:rntin:I' I tltc ttcetls of lhc prrcrrls nncl chil. t,incoln Sclrool rlcscgregalerl. f rlrcrr in Lho vlt'iorts rrei(hlrorhoodr-. Thcse points of vi'-,rv rvcre orrl.- | Ilc suirl Ar'oups cnlli.ng for an errcl linncd ll5' rept'escntaltvcs of holh lof lhe neighlrorhooel s1'5;1.sm o.(. Aloups nl. l nrcelirrg of Lhe I'lrrAle.l ,tIqo''.'.n tlrc ef fects ol' "t'aeial inr, i rvoorl lltrrnln llclatiorrs Courrcil at I llrl:rnt:o." ] thc ,Jcrvish Conrrttunily Ccntcr'l Ilc t'l;ritttcrl tl:;rt. nn all-Negro j 'l'lnrr'.srl;ry niglrt, 'l'lrr: I ltrnrrn Iie jsclrool is rtol irttttrrlt';tl rrrcl ille;1al of i lxliorrs ('orrncil is ;r folurtr gtottp irlsclf arrd lltal, st ttrlrrrl-s al.tendinf Ior rlisctrssiorr of hrrnrlrr liglrls. lrt are nol. rlelrrivcrl of eqtrnl "Oua.] (Continucd on Page 8) Spelrl<irrg lor' .St)\S s':ts Geor.le I
School. feels thnl

this anrl othtr riasorrs SONS np.f Boarrl oC Btlrrealion sotrglrt to ple. '! pe:rls for plcsclvation of the ncigh-lcatc pressure groups by "social en. horhoocl school policy in cletcncc tolriinccrinr" ralher I.hrn cducationnl l.he right.s of al[. . _ lsolutions, JIc characterizcd thr& 1'he Brrglcrvood i\lor,cnrcrrl. rvlrich I neighborhoorl school as n cornett : (lescgrcgirtit.rr of L.incoln jslorre of lltc Atnerictrn school .sysis seekirrA

valirl educntionnl 6hanqcs. .rntl

ior. .$ir. .L[atlb ,icclalrii i.h;rL ',.

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t.n r.lr,.rrt..

fol privilefes brrI fttt

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IiNCl,li\\r()Ol) - lfr'r'rir,r'itk \\' 'lilins;r pctition rvitlr lioth the lncrl Itatrbinger'. Slalr. (.lrrrrrrrissont,r of , rrolrrrl anrl tl: j jt.;llc Cotnnrissioncr J:ltltrca(ion. rvill hrvr, i r'(rport lr.oirr l;rskin{ lhern lo lcave the neighhor. his I'lnglcrr oorl "f:rct.Iinrling" lr,;rrrr ' hoorl school Frrlicl, in1u.'1, that to of ctlrrcrtors in his hln<ls bv Oct. i ir:rlatc ;r ccrrtr.;rl sclrool rroultl rrp. anrl c'an bo e.rpccLerl to issuc a i.set thc erl',rc:rtionaI s,vsIcm ncod. rccontrncnriution if not a lrrlirrg on lles.slt' anrl in violation oI the the local school sitrtrtit-rn an1'tinrc iri;lhts of thc nra.jorill'. nfter'.hlt. i 3. 'l'lre lfunrln Rclatiorrs Coirncil Tlte tcrrrn is s{ill strliorrr:rl in i hc:rrd hoth sides of thc .slorv at an the I,inglerloorl schools anrl h:r-. I open nrecting (l) the SONS group been inlcrvicrvirrg glorrps :rrrrl inrli. t declaring th.rI lhe rval to attack vitluals oblrining all sh;rric.s of i rrnrler:rchicvornenl, Lhlt i.s, to ririse

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more one i.s eonvin^cd .l hrt ehil. dren should not be mrnipulatecl Ior i lhe purpo.sc ot serting Ncgro chitdren in rvhite schools and vicci
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i\lovenrenL i.s in f;rvor

trJnglervoorl

lthr lt,r,el of lregro chiltlr.cn is hl I)eveloprncrtts this rvcek irr thc i a higlrer horizons progr.;rrn wilhirr schnol sitrmtion. rllrich h;rs hccn il,incoln Schrrrl: thtt jrrst seating qttir'scettt, incltrtie thc ftrllorving: Inon.rvhitc chilrllcn in a s,hitc l .\rnoltl l'1. llrorvn. larr'1 cr. I scho,,l is rro wat- to irrrpr.ove lilcd a corrrpluint on heh;rif of 3,1 jlchieverncni. of the non-u.hites; (2) plrcnts. :rllrgirrg rlrlt thc lJoaril of i tlre lin11lt:rlootl l\loverncnt clairned firlrrc;rtion lr;rs flilcrl to l'pli,' lc. I f hul it is str.uggling for consl.il,ri. tion lo cor lecl t':rout . irrrhll:rrrce. i trontrl r.iAlrts lo eqrr:rl edtrcatiorr, th;rt Lhc Ro:u'rl oi Scltortl l:lslirn:rlo i urrrl nol for spcci:rl privileges. hns inrprrrpt'r'll rvithhelrl frrntls frir.r 4. 'l'ltrr llo:rr.rl is preparirrg, lltc t't'clrlitrrt ol lr t;crrtr':rl sclrr;ol lhrotr!ih ils lrilrlr.rrr:r,. fnr.111g1..J111'.1" i'ot" all 5llr irnrl (irlt gllrrlcls. ;rrirl I \ll':rnt .,\. l,r.hson, ils:rnsu,or [o lhe lltxt thc Il:rvor' :rn,l ( nrrncil lr;rir'. "sopur';rle lrrrl rrnr:rtrral schools."
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ogriniorr,

the next r^teps at oirce, nrerninq totn I clc.seg1c,g.11.r of Lincoln .School. "Raci;rl imbrlance is the
Ilta.ior declared Lhai raciaI prejrrdice cnn he overcome only by
early
proper leaching of ehilclrcn in their
1'ears.

feel.s the board mrrst move hearl to

oI the eentral i school proposal as a firsl. step but I
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northern rvord for segregation. i\tr.

i\Ir. )\lrjor ehargcd o[her forms of dj.scrimination in lirrglervoorl
srrch a.s "police brutnlit.y torvarrls Necroes, failure lo Iorcc hcall.h codes. nnd f;rilrrrc lo 11sp Lirban Rcnorvll .1s e mcins oI breaking up
horrsing patlerns.', posed integration alLirough rr.e will certainll' rcsort to the corrrls if En-

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ll. 'l'lrr' llrt:llcrr,oorl ('lnllltllr'i, lo'r'xlr.lisiorr in or.tlor. lo qrollp lhc S;rlc (-)ttr Nr,igltltot ltoorl Sclrools is,olirct' ;rns\\ct\ in tltc onr.: bricI.

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volun tarill'."

glervood does

not brinf it

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lu'oorl clernr.nt;rr')' .srhool chilrllcn ihrlf of 'lolrrr Sprtrill. tlre attornel's ttetv corrrpl:rint rlisllicls ltlve lfot' lflonr ail five st'hool rlisl.r'icls hlrve ifor tltc nert' conrplaint explained t'orttnlninl. chlrg' isirf ncrl I [orur:rI totnnlninl. chlrg. i tlt;tI il t'rl'et's :r nttnlllcr of imporr isi(rrcrl r l:rrrL arlrlitiott:tl lrspects, t;rnL adrlitiott:rl rrspects, so ns to r:i{y's I:lorrt'rl ol l'lrltlcrrtiotl j I irrg tlre r:i{1"s IJoard ol l'lrlttcirtiun I irvith fuilulc lo colt'ccl. t:rcial so;.J-lhlock.oll' ll)l'.cpcnings.fol fttrlhcr' iregntio' p'evuilitrg in t5e elentenl' lrlel:rvirrr lirclit:s, :rttrl lay a .rolirl lr't' scSools. 'rrt<l charrirnA l6e ('ily i frrtrnrllltion [ot' lrrkiirLl the isstre lrr the cotrt'ts if State authorities i Courrcil nrrrl Bofl.rl of School l')s. i i Io t'r'solvc it plopclll;. I tirnate rvith blocli,ing cot't'ect ive ac' f:ril I 'l'lrc :rltolnr:r's r'rtrrrncttted the tiorr. r\r'rrold I,l. lilorvn arrrl Rober:t G. itollotvirtg tnljot' points of tlillet'.

i"rru"-,tr,i X,.*'ln t,n, ,',tls ol

a"' 'Aqainst

hrr School Boartl A t([ Citv J
'r., ^,,r.' frrttr, .{lllrorrAlt llte AIr 'lrtortlr'- t,rrrr

lingle. | 1,, ,tne

lilctl ttvrl rtet'lis ago on

tor the grottp ol' l)ilt'i'lll::, slitl lho lt() lhe net'i conrpl;rnii.: cornplainl.'rvill be filcrl tontollorvi I -lL specilicnlll' trantes thc

Plrtol[. ol lirrglcrvoorl.

al.tor.rreys

lcnce rvhiclt givt: speci:rl irnpot.tancc

I,.r.ctlt:t'icli Rarrllirrg,_,s.. :rsliinq hirn lillclally blocl<erl frrntis ;rnd a.gks .iurisrlicti<:p rrvel' lftc lCotrrrnissintrer' Illrubingr:r to ot'flct' riItr1rtion Ierc rrrrlil t.;rcial sg:r'clir- | thcrn to prrrvitlc lhc nccderl frtnrls. tion irr *ll glarles lt;rs bcen ciJui- i :l - ll involins llre proccdttrcs (Continued on Pagc 8) : nnte<1.

rvilh Strle lirluctrlion (.onrtt.tissirtntlr'llloirr(l oI Sclrool lislimrtc irs having

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;,t.,. Finrlervoorl
.sr:hools

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rhe (jonrmissione.. ;:'"'"4 ^:1Tli1"^:il,:::,^ li"*:: l::::':. - rr request.s the I ii', "::li^' r.har a, t,,,i ir ,"n;,''1"''ill[];.1i;.''::lI'l;:";l''ilF'*,.'.. ,1":, ':,1'i:.:"^,*'51:: I "i'^,.. ,;.' 12.-circs rhe aerion orI i'.a -,.'.. ii'l,-'ii bur 6r;;;;l rnr. -l-t..;:l':'^^.1.1"^,::l::,il ll"'ilill,,l,,i;l'l::i]"'.'rrntir 'r ti.l_l:: rve'e assisn;;';;imernbersttlht^,?:i-tj ",'"::n".:l-t:;l .5-rr ral.s rhe j:r.nurrrrrr.or.k,n,.lNerro-chilrt'en ,,rorin'o ctrallenre tn the cottrts. I"'c' t'o l,incoln school (99?i' Ne'l:':i.t:,.l,L j::::'l:,.:::',r::::1|'pro-1, Lo open the a ctefinite nrrrrrnn-n,':"1';:"..;,,ii. llrte.

Il i.iilll;i: il;;J i#;; i;:.ldeny ilffi..rffi li,"i'r *:*:1l:rli "t',.;:.::;:: :::); lilr,x'$i:fiili ;t:,[1*,::fl;i n'here it re_.ull.s in ::oAl'egaterl i :"'^ , re-"r s rn ioAre(a'[e" _ --^.: .',-^- irnn Roarrl of Erlrrcatitrn to l:rke anV :'.1:'":.lt l*x ,;:l,li;u,l:,iijlilffiUiifj[iil,-if il"'.I^'l l;:l;
funds ncerled

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6_Tltc1rrrrtpnft.ontpl;lin;rrtlsisel1,attectin(;r<:hievementoichil.| of all elnmentar'1r lrlren there. Ihe Roarrl of lirlue;rtion i -,t1t: t;:.1:.""utt the proce(ltlres rr'tn Disprrtes.nnd.controversiclI ."chools. Aborrt half of thern arelhas friled to collecl. r.r,e.lr.,rlin-n.lnr l'aw ot Recite the hi.s' l::t'nl,-ot '1u New 'lcrsey rvhite parents. rvho eharEc harntlrr[ | n.r.. ?. I ;rnrl 0. grotrndsI pffect.s ro rheir.r.,irarcin;r;i;;;;;It",:r,'"i prsr scgre{arion ;rnrr ,rir.ri.lEdtrcation..on the same in the first cortnl' pducational sl,stem ..'.'rrn"'.'ir;t; l;r;;.ii"n controversies in tite En-lasntt' 2'-Repeats^"he,charres of the racial serrelat.ion rvhich pre-|glervoorl school systcnr. I 13 ot rhe Iirstl
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rincrinss

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hy different department.s hrrt bolh

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e) An all-rvlrile st'hool is no{

I Thc rlttalily of erlrrcalinn in I To or.(ler t.he F)nglervood ;rrrtholi. rn integlttetl seltool u'ill not lties to take rrosi[ive stcps In elinrisrrfter' lnate all aspects of racill scsreglras

racial eh;rracterrslir:. ito lau" hl' no' r;rcinll-v b;rl;rncerl selrool i Thl conrpl;rinl cont:lttrlos (lotnrnissionrr RrrrhinAnr': provtflcs l)e[tel' erlrreal,ion. it'itioninr hetter f flucal,lon. I " '. "^ ilnui,les

;oorl erlrrcalir,rrallv for

Sciroot, arrd provirli ttre necessat'y r.;rccs. I l nr.i.t se;1'e(irtrr:rr in horrsin( lftrnd.s foI i[, rrrtl r nrl econonr ic oppolttrnill'l f- --,-:.. trnlil ;r .nnt,.ibure ro tr'u ,.o.i,,i" i;..i- I -^1"^,,,:el'rirt^ 'irr'isdic!ion segregarect schoot-s." bar:rnce or lingtcrroo,' ;;,'";i:. i;:l[t'::!l U,l,"l::,,n':';Hli';::.,.i Par.2.-Name-s tire z+.1 1m'li E) 'fhe ,,\nrcrican sthool svstemlptan) hri been adopteri to elinriplainants. on bchalf of Il chilrlrenl has often bcen assigned. thell"t" .rr racial scgrcgalion in the in the Lincoln Schcol (rvhich it l respon.sibilily [or nrinimizi.n.g lschocl.s. 99% Negro). 7 children in the Li- | .soeial difficrrltics rvhich irri.se'
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()ttesliorrrurirc i
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pel'.sons not espccially

issue.s

at

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ia mernbcr of the feculty of the lshte univer,.itr.. lslate universit-r-. i ; \t'hjle I feel that a san.,trlinS oi
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loplltron rcsearch and arn al prescnt

"Dear .\la5or Voik: .Sever.al citizens c.l Unglervood have askecl nre to rr.r.ite 1,ou corrcelrrinS thc ..Englc.,uor.rd public , Oninion Survcy" rvhich ].ou sponf sorcd a short tinre a3o. Their. r.ef ;qilcst for m.v opiniorr sterns frorn j tlre fact that I have lcng becn as. rtith the .ficlcl ot public lsociatcd

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ructecl in so rrnpr.cfcssional . ,na,r.I nel" as to cirst consirlerable cloubt i on the valitlit-v oI tlre conclrrsions. I bclieve anl' pr.ofesioinal in thc I [ielrl rvould concur in the follorving
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presents persons o{ lorvcr socioecononric lcvel.s. Since thc Negr.o population consist.s pr.eclomirrantly oI persorrs at srrch lcr.els. it mty lbc as.sumed that tlre samplc con. ] tainca more uFfrt. arrd nrirlclle.class tu'hites and ferver lorrcr+la_*s Ne- i
grocs than

procedurc sl,stemaLica!l-v uncler-r.e-

lcerrt of the total sarnplecl. aurl conl.sistcd cntir.ely of thosc rvho volun_ tlril.v l'cturnecl thc cllestionnair.es. I llt canlloL lle assrrrnccl ilrat those

,/f iL rrerc to be repredcntative ofi ithe population of Englcrvoorl. I 2 -The conclusions u.er.e basea i i on retulns from ion letulns fr.om les.; than Iitty per Iiftv nnr.
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morc iiter:rte ancl lbeLter erl uc;rterl anrl v,ho arc usecl I to undel'Laking such tasks. Acain- ll tirjs *'outct indicate ilrat those aill I thc lorver socio-e,:onorrric teycts ll I
ar.e

;diliduals u'ho

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i have r,iervs

f

rrl'o retur.ned the

quesLionaires

sirnilar to f.hose rr.ho dirl not. Qucstionnaires ol ihis sorl tencl
h1. in-

]tionnailos as frr.r;uenly as others. l, jln pui;iir: opinion rcsearclr. no r...ii jnrrtatrlr. aqency rr,oulrl p,."rr',n.," tn li j lertcraiizc riiuui. tile \ jtl\\s of tlic iconrmrrnity Irr,m a sanrplc of voltrnteerecl return.s. It r5 f6p this rca- I I I isorr thet per.sonal inter.r.iervs ... .o I l iwirlel.v utilizerl. ll
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ENGLE{IJOBD. NEW JERSEY

Swmatlon of Pnoposals

Agalnst thcse'. cnlterla we now sif,rmanlze bnlefly the sJ.x pnoposals whlch have beon dLscussed.
A pollcy of drlft d.oes not offen any solutlon to the pnoblcm, must lnevitably cast over the communtty a continued penlod

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of stnife and d,estrtrctlve tenslon. \ 2. Renewal and hlgh honlzons wlthout red,lstnlbutlon.of school asslgnment eppeans to neach fon good, educatlon; lt wt1l not d.islocate pensons; but lt falLs to meet the stand,ard, of conscious effont to conrEct nacial lmbalance ls ccrtaln to contlnue the communlty ln dcstructlve strlfe., 3, 0pen onrolLncnt wtll ease the tens lon of a few persons who seek nelief fnom the concentration of Ncgno ennol,lment, an6 it nay meet the nequlrements of exlsttng count d,ecislons. ft cannot be looked upon as a perznanent on adcquate solution. It wlII creato moet dlfflcult admlnlstrotlvc pnoblemo, and wllL be a sourco of lnnltetlon end' atnlfe &B long as lt is perrnltted. rt ossentlally dcstnoys the prlnclple of nclghbonhood school, and, has lltt1e by way of quallty educatlon to commend, lt. 4. The Pnlnceton pLrn, in any of its varlations, Lppoa.rs to meet the standand of a consclous effont to lntcgnte thc ennollnents. It can be eccompenled by good cd,ucation. Although tt can be orgsnlzed to neet the tcchnical nequlnenents of the pnlnclple of netghbor.hood school, ln'effcct lt d,oes not; end lt dLslocates mono persons than any of the other plans whlch wllL lntcgratc.

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of Llhcoln School and neplacement of lts classnooms by addttlons to tho othen elementany schools. thls plan meets ell of thc stand,anfl,s set fon Judgtng. It w111 lntegratc, lt can be lccompanlcd by good educatlon, lt upholds the pnlnclple of the nclghborhood school, and, tt dtslocetes only the chlldren ltvlng ln thc ,_n{esctnt Llncoln School e'rea. It wl1L cost consldenablc money, ob5.
Abandonment
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teinabLe onLy by bond lsguc agalnst Erglewood pnopenty.

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of Llncoln School as a nemod,eled, lntermcdlate sbhool ln an attnacttvc r"enewed. &poar Thls pnoposal ls e bold cffort to ploncen ln thc flcld of racc relatlonsr of ed.ucatlon, and, of contnol of thc dlrectlon to bc taken by an inner nlng subunban community. It meets the standard of en effort to,lntcgratc, lt can offen supenion cducatton wcll adeptod to thc sltuation of the lntergnoup relattonshlps, lt upholds the nelghborhood prlnctple
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nclatively fow peopLe. It has thc added advantaga of belng dlrcctly an esset ,to e soLutlon of a maJon pnoblcm for ErgJ.cwood., hlghLlghtcd ln thls nepont L. c.r L consclous effort to control thc course of devclopment whlch Brglewood follows. It wlll cost money, wtll nequlnc a s'tnong lcadonshlp worklng thnough an offoctlvo cornnunlty onganizatlon to convtnce the peoplc of the Clty that ls shouLd be rrndentaken; and then to camy tt out.
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It ls not to be assumed thet eny effcctlvc plan crn bc tnstltutcd on tn over,nlght bastr. ft ls pncsumed thrt rny of the propocals whlch pnomlec cffectlvc long nrngc solutlon wtll ncqutre upward.s of fLvc yeano fon fulI tnplcmcntetton, but ls soon rs clcclstons upon a plan of ectlon

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fuLL l.mplemcntatlon. Fon exarnpJ,e, lf thc plan for roplacing Lincoln School wero to be folLowcd lt would takc upwands of flve ysans to - completc the addltlons to bulldlngs. If the ncnewal and. centnal inter\

to be followed egeln at least flvc years would.bc nequired to ley pLans, got thcm appnoved and, conplcte the necossany lmprovements ln thc ence. In the mea.ntlnQr strtfc ovor dclay and slnceni.ty of lntcntlon could bc d,estrtrctlve. Aocondlnglxr tt ls pnoposed, that thc clty use the ord bulLdlngs on Errgle Stneet ln September L96? to lnltlatc the pnellmlnany end lntertnediany stcps ln r, plan fon dcscgnegatlon. Fon examprc, ,lf lt Hcre rcplacemont of Llncoln School, son6 classes could bo started at Franklln SchooL on anr lntogneted basls ts eanJ.y as the achool yoln Lg62-63. LLkewlsep' experlmentetlon orl a gnowing basls wlth the oantnal tntermed,late school. cou1d. bc stanted on Erglc Strec et as oarly e datc. Such a usc of thcse bulldlngr would enablc thc dovelopment of any plan orrra growtng sultabJ.y phesed, basis nathor then on I Joltlng basls of sud.den upheaval of egtabllshed conccpts and treditlons. Frrrthen steps ln phaslng thc estrbltshnent of any of thc plans should lnvolve ln-scrvicc prcpe:retlon of tcachlng staff, pnopar&tlon of parcnta end chlldnenl dcvclopment of sulteblc curlculun natental, pnovlslon of edequetc tetchtng alds, thc dcve).opmcnt and inplenentetlon of a fult pnogrlm of htgh honlzons.
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ln setting up thc 6tep . ft ls strrcngl,y recoumcndcd .that, pnoceduncs fon lmplencntlng .ny pnognam uhlch nay bc dccldcd upon, thc people of Snglcwood,, actlng through thelr destgneted officlals, take fuLL edvnntege of thc edvlnccl whlch have bccn mad.c ln the techniquc of ),ong rengc plarurlng by thc Amcrlcan Menegencnt Assoslef,lon, e number of prlvetc lndustniec, educationaL lnstltutlons, cnd, wcl-flre agcnol.cs. (1) Ad,vances so fan r"i" ln thls .field have developed effectlvc stop pnoocdunes fon deaIlng f \ wfh ftrvc maJo:r plannlng elcnentsi 1. phllosophX, 2, obJcctivcs, \n 2. pnognens, [. orgenlzatlon, 5. financlng. Ttrls technlque rcqulres sorhe study and, r,cflnenent fon uso ln e locrL sltuatlon, and e long nange planntng oonmlttce sould, be set up etthen as en I agcncy of the Boend of &lucatlon or of the Srglewood PlennfnS eoanyf
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Apant fnorn thc spoclflc pnoblcn of rselgnlng chlldrcn to

schools, thore ls r groulng concept that moro cormunlty sltuatlonr should be d.evelopod for confrontetlon of pcople of vanylng cul-

tural backgnolurds; cspocltlLy of the vcry young. Accordlngly, tt is pnoposcd that the Clty throug! lts d,cslgnetcd offlclrls conrldcn tha dcvclopment of e, nunseny achool, posstbly rt thc Lrfeycttc Plecc sitc whloh would be gpcalf,lcrlly dcslgnatcd rs en lntercultunrl school to seryc tbc entlnc city. Thcnc crn eLso bc vlsuellzed I bnoed ctvlc use nlgbt wcll lncludc thc Llncoln School as a sltc for
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the total population) had settled i., th) city. The period of greatest rise in

Litigation concerning segregatiof in
e nation's public schools has cen{ered, til recently, almost entirely upo{r the uthern states. It was not untii barlft year that a charge of segreg[tion

iThere'ls a continuing migration of resia northern public school received\rvell , dentg to and from Englewood, probably '
n6ss requirements of the head of "t\e ,household. This type of rnigration ibi / now a national characteristic. Of late, \ ' however, a slow trend of growing out- I migration from Englewood of middle, and upper-class white and negro families has been observed. Their places.are not being filled by comparable ne,w''famit.lies. Qnglervood's ne o2of{ation is slightly or:br-?$00;or'5bout 27Vo of the city's total. This is one of the highest percentages of non-white population in any municipality in the State. New Jersey's entire non-white population is only 8.7To of the total. Bergen County, in rvhich Englervood lies, has only a 2.2c/c nonrvhite population. Almost half of that figure is composed of Englewoocl's Ne.

one-quartery.' Catholic. i I ^.* -,' The ci,tf's poifrlatiOn-s highly rnobile.

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Englewood's negro population was in 1950-1960 decade when their num-

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erv Rochelle, where such space *.rl ailable, transportation expenses ,to bel rrne by the students' parents. Encouraged by the New Rochelle cle-j ion and dissatisfied u'ith what theyj
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Jrave been disinterest and in-j ivity on the part of local authoritiesJ egrationists have begun to move, botlr{

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Negroes flrst carne to Englewood to 'n'ork as domestics. By 1920 ,more than
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east sections of the city, are ovel'whelm- lJi .r ingly white and residential. The average{l valuation of the houses in these r-ards is about $30,000. The Third Ward has u !i mixed population and an average hous- !i ing unit vaiuation of $20,000. The i F'orrrth 'Wqrd found in lho southwest I Fourth Ward, fnrrnrl in the cnrrfL"'oo4 portion of the city, has an extremely high Negro population. While many of tlre private drvellings in this area, are neat and weil kept, much of the Fourth Ward is a slum area. The average valuation of Fourth Ward housing units is
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raise their roices to seek impror-ements j for themseh-es, principally in the fields I of housing and education. i Englervood is dirided into fou" ',"u"dr. \ The First and Second Wards, locabd | ,\ 4^a^ respectiveiy in the northeast and .o"tfr-$ ll
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period, especially since 1954, that many of Englewood's Negroes have bcgun to j

city's total. It was during this last

bers increased from approximately 4,000 i to 7,000 or from LSVr to 27% of the i
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only about S16,000, well below the city,
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nTglt!ieq_!h.sssbes!-!be-!,qlth. rhd st publicizeC of the Nerv Jersey cases! EtI Englewood. mr -r ---- ^ This article seeks to re-l
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.edmmunity of approxima\ely Tfersons. The mcdian income', of .dnglewood householcl is betwebn
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and $10,000 but 30% of the city's holds have ineome of over g1O,000. city has a high percentage of proional people and white-collar rvorkers g its residents, and a low populadensity. On the averag'e, the popun has a low birth rate and a median somewhat higher than the rest of
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us affiliations are unavailabler, it has been estimated, 1zery

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"f'Ve llocated a lloophole under the lland titlp llaws which lleads me to believe that

in 1961-62. Quaries Scl in 1959) in the First Ward .^*-, a 1.6% negro enroilment in Octoberl 1961; Rooserelt School in the Secondl Ward recorded an tl.TVo figure. Cleve-f land School in the northern-most sectionl -* of the Third Ward had only one Negr d i, , enrolled out of a total of 4g7 studentsf o '.'r,./ Liberty School is also in the Third Ward ",, -.,, but draws. pupils from both the Thirrf /r.,j'!,and Fourth \trrards. At the cornm"n""f '( -r'' /ment of the 1961-62 school year its stuf dents were 637c Negro. In 1950-51 thaf figure was oniy 26.2%. Lincoln Schodl is the only elementary school in thb Fourth Ward. In October 1961 it had { neg:ro enrollment of 98.7% u" "o*pr""d with 95.tVo in 19b0-b1. Aside from Lib-l
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! Englewood's total population. lr[sgra The other complaint charged <iiscrimi- ,meatrs satisfied with the disparity in I children reptesent 36.87o of the city's nation speciffcall^y ii dt"t it" drawing elementary school enro[urents. I totat fSOt-62 public school enrollment. in 1954 of nerv - district lines between In June 1961 the first skirmish in the I Tle Negro elementarv and junior -high Lincoln ancl ut"rtv s"lt:r"..r""""d th" p;;;^"""JL"-"u. The N.A.A.c.p., I school totals are about 39%: the Negro second child, Theoioie Watker, !" -b He Uy -{ugustus Harrison, president of its I senior high school total onlv 26/c. transferred f'rom Liberty to Lincoln. Bergen couuty chapter, requested I In addition to public school pupils; rcsided .pp"o*.utety iire same distance go.ia of-f6tr""utior, to take steps to the I Enslewood has about t-200 r?sidentq from botlh schools. The Commissioner segregate Lincoln School. At that de_ time I who attend private or oarocltar sci3oi{ ;;;; il;;;ilict^iines trad resutted b3z Negroes and g wldtes were enrolled city. T.his is-a total of ab-outj in tf," ,,urnte" ot I :}t.-tl" Englewood's entirc pupil populal residing_in "'O;"a;;;"" "*"fr"i"n nofiherly.section"frifa*" i" ti.-'*fr..r]"' I 25Va of the "i, of. the b, lg6t a meeting Nas I tion. This percentase has made no notel Fourth- Ward from tt" f,iU""ty .School 5"ij'61ff""i ,i'"-0"", of the Board and I worthy change throughout the 1949-611 which lras the schoot ne

I rent. rt sends an;""; ";",". l t:l:l ;lin#",,,1-f::i*i '3ii tiElr*ffi $"JT.J"#:ffil increasing proportionl *," I of *r;; r-o.tfi ""igr,u"r,"i I s"aduates on to collese, many otl rni""io; u;;;";;giv r""ra ,,sufficient fffiXB:il";ff"*ffY"l,t'#lrr:H: "*"-q"-: i"'il;fi:ili*. in olher Enslewood -ai-s'"i-ination whom win scholarships, and
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I k"$|""""1 I :g$*{+;i'J";"I"J'11ff#*iff il#fr'""ft"T1#"f.""J*'*fl"-';'."; -'- l " :'* ^'''' would also investigate growing racial I school sysiem js well maintainei. sJ..J I redrew its +incoln- and ethnic concentrations in certain of room capacity is adequate. I" I I -.-Einglewood -then "a-aiti." Liberty.line. No further action waa tak- the city's schools. Matt€rs then quieted I to the taciiities alreadv -""ir""J- | en on-the Walker case; no specific find- down for arthile. I Englewood maintains tft"'"1""i"i"l The depth study I now .r,acant Franklin Schooi aiJ; ""i I was ever hade. il rng of discriminalion against the boy \ood, Its People is entitled "Engleand lts Schools," but is junior high o" f"sb Sii*t, I I generally "cftoof
knoqn as the Stearhs Report' """"[ently occupieC by the Boa-rd ot rducition J After dealing sith the r\\o complaints rhree university prtfessors j described, the Commissioner's ioinion acted as con!4nd administrative stafr. Englewood's schools receive 6os16xi- | undertook a considerarion oI raci;l di-s. sultants: Dr. Robert cutman, Professor ftr crimination in EngieNood's Lincoln Jun o-f Sociologf,' at Rutgers; Dr. Roben C. I mately 90q. of their financial "uoro11l property taxes. The oneraiinol ior High School. How the ouestion of wood, Professor of Political Science at Jfrom local this school arose is not mad'e clear: M.I'T.; Dr. Dan W. Dodson. Professot lcost of theichool wstem for rsa6-er "-lll the opinion. In an:i event. the colnrnis- of Education at N.Y.U. The integ:r'abdlghtly o$er $2,161,000, The cost ne.l tionists insist lpupil yas ;i-e--T-t[A hElest in \r'J sioner found thar Englewood had main- $'as promised that the steams Report for February l, t962. tained t\ro separate junior high schools [ersey. -=_The Background of the Case since lg49 only three blocks apart, Lin- .rnts date ligures prominently in the I I Ne* Jersey has Ions prohibited ""or.- "oltr Junior High hacl a predinrinantly lut:" sit-in dernonstration' in.early Janualv 1962, not enrol]ment; its neighbor, Igation in pubti" s"hooi" 1"".."" ,.-{n.eYen: -r*;'-i;; Negro Juhior Hjgh School, was Englej{d rclate'l to the school question. "r "i"" street provision t. h.t nrea"*f -L lv fire Englewood integrationrsts' to. "r""i-i" Ithu- N"* ,1""""v Con"iiioiio" .?'lgd. inantl]' White. 4relped. rights on the 12th rhe ttt" st tu tras atso tong oatrui"J-to trru The commissioner. hetd thar the -"i"- \:l-ll f ,enthusiam' tenance of these separate junior higi l^"::,|i-:l llll",:i"nt met to consider an school poiicy. ro" fneighborhood vari" ""f[r,esentative earty case see"ipiei; ; r;;- schools "cannot be justified ;; ;*"#; lilll'|1tt:t bt'Peter oprandv for ain thc erect an apartment house pr.inciples of school organization ;; Di"t"ict school rrusteei lc lion fl::-:: ' "-.r.u N.J.L adrnihistration, ana conslilui". .' ti"r"- ]Ll-111 *i"d:, Nesroes claimed this lzo (sup. ct. rss{r,;m;il;; perpetuate the segrelar 1r. c l. rsas;, ,*here te court treta tion of the la$' against aisc"imination.i' lstrutlure n'ouldof lhe cit]- bv cro'n'dinF -"ttild""r, character uu } 11u That finding of ai*"i.ir"ti.t "i.i;; ;. l-c1::o Ithut Nesr-oes into the ward' Paul "rtouia "ar".t"a lDublic school """"""i ir''"iitJa"n.l in- tr'i" aay. Th."e Board n-as --it l:'"i.T::" ""i*"J1" "ii-- i."; iit_1";, tll,,^ttomev *'ho conducted iless there was some :r"i ^** 1o" . inate this separare xug"o schoor. complied within tl," p""J""i:#i"'ii-". itl:,-I^': l":l"lle case, ,uas the Nesroes' l*"ir"e-ii"o, ?""*i'"*l^" """."r' the hearing over 200 -{fter cerrain interim m"""r"* *"*l I t" risl ttre parmts-or two Nesro ";"- undertaken a new junior hil- J;;/ tp,j""tt"l-, "t , the spirited meetins. lentary schooi popirs ni"J ;;;i;;" lg:::-3ll'9d

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;i F"i";r""'oi Cir, l{W"tt "o ". I Englewood, decision rendered May 1d, --i,r, rgssr s t a t e cornmissioner of Edication, rgainst the Englewood Board of Education. Thev alleged that their sons had been discriminated against by being re-

"?'l"n1r'i"y":i: ,'i'j *noor desesr.Eation to become thefrrost casionar speeches aii letters to ;;;r;fiJ"";;;; lhe "dtffii];: tor, and sorne local echoes of thq/natio"_ l;;;i;"; U;;'"'"'" "'""'" $ired to attend Lincoln School. The al temper on segregation. g.trt.*trite xiilq,.tion activity mourrCd after lomplaint of otle parent was dismissed Englewood was relatively qrt during the Boartredoped a tentatir€ budget fot _ __ ra mootthis period the Negroes C";;;ff; ,"" p.ge 868) ,rfre br no
school system changes. Tlnele wqre oc- I He \question. "ri" was

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tf'," school year' 1962-63 on Janualy 15, also failed in his abtempt to register nAZ over N.A.A.C.P. protest. The bucl- them rn'ith Dr. Stearns. The school autht"t made no provision for implementing orities basecl their decision on an appliurf' desegregation plans the Stearns Re- cation of the neighborhood school policl' students did not leside in the port might suggest. On the 24th the , President of the Board of Education, -tire Qualies district, therefore they could then announcecl that it t'oulcl be impos: not be enrolled there. sible to coluplete the Stearns Repolt b1' The Board of Education opened a 1'etr'ebruarl' 1. Requests u-ele made bf in- [ organization meeting that evening at tegrationist gi'oups to postpoue the I ?:30 in City Hall. The Board of School Boarcl of School Estimat'-' public hear'- | Estimate meeting to discuss the proit'tg on the budget from its scheduled I posed budget \\,as scheduled to foilori-. aate of February 1 to February 15, the / Between 250 and 300 persons packed tire last da1' permitted bf' statute. They be- / Council Chamber. At about 7:45 Zubet' tievea this delal'u'oulcl have given tire/ asked the Boarcl to affirm or rienl- the Board of School Estimate an o1-'1;ortutr-.f registration of the Neglo students at iti- to make a provision in tire budgetf Qualles School. Tire Boarcl affirmed bi' tot implementation of desegregationl a 5-0 vote. The clemonstlation tiren plans. These requests were deniecl. Thq' broke out. FeU.uary I meeting approacired an{ A mixecl gloup of \4/irites ancl Negloe:r Englervood u'as about to make the fron! began to stamp their fe-t and to chant pu*"t I "Freedom," "Discrim-natio:1," "Equal ttre Sit-In and the Bo1'cott I Education," "Better Housing" aud similar slogans' one group began to sing (congress Racial ' .I ., a.o.o.u.integrationistof ^-.-:_-;Equal-j "We shall o\-elcome some day," wirile . :----'. '-__--';--_:--."-natio"it^,T_*1tl-\ I' itv) is an is committed to u'oih". sang ,,Black and white togeth_ *-'..-" zation. -"erasing thc'i I --,-----',. It -1, -"..";^^--'-' ; -:. ;l er." There was no violence, hos'ever'. I .o,ot, ,,' , through metirods I nonviolent action," and has as its ulti- n;" president of ttre Board gavelled for ll:: --* , ^-' ^.;^- r-;'-; I """""'-".- :'-'-:'' -"" ':-" .""l._oi:::.' silence for fir'e-_;-:^- When this met minutes. I mate goal,. "an integrated society whet'e "'.:;'" I each member is judged soleil' ' ..;; success the Boarcl adjourned it-' I :^t^t]t,"" "; ;;;i. "ir,l, i"aividual rvortrr." c.o.n.n -fi:ff"'l:5,1"i: Tli'i'o,"" tried to I in '..".' anti- -:-' I menrbers have taker, palt ^" many,:" .' begin the Board of Estimate meeting in "'"^"""',. '^\," I segregation -* ";' : - especially in \emonstrations, ;i;--a"""cil chamber but could not reL the south and\n border state-s. t :::: \, I A Bergen Co\ntt chapter of C.O.R.E. to the high school auditorium but the L (was organized Vrortlt' after the first sit_ins did not leave the room. f f -J \ Freedom Ride alt\g Route 40 in Marl'- S;;u Whites u,ho attended the meet| . land. B1'ron Baerkho had been jailed in irs insist that the demonstration $.as $' Jackson, Mississippi; ',as a FleeCo-n RiC- planned. The Negroes claim tiiat the I €r, \r-as .appointel chairmen _ of C.O. demonstration *as spontaneous, ancl _ti1e that the Board,s unanimous refusal to Y gt'oup's education cor\mittee. Tire R.E. chapter I directing the had.a greht deal to clo u'ith permit the Negro students to register sit-in demonstr:ation. ut euarles, coupled u.ith the Board,s I gV February I it had become com- months of alparenfjnactirity*Jn inteI

informed the remaining sit-ins, tiren 35 number, that the Council Chamber rvas to be cleaned in preparation for a regulal Municipal Court session that day, ancl that they woulcl have to leale b1' 8:30. The alternative u'oulcl be al'-

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Bendheim. He set bail at 910 each. Tu'o women refused to post bail ancl were remanded to the Bergen County .Iail pending trial. Thel' reniainel there for a ferv days. One of them has spent 4C dal-s in a Jackson jail as a Freeclot-.i
Rider.

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cheer and applaud. Ju<lge Bendheim ordeleci the room cleared except for the prisoners, their spouses and relatives, attorneys, and newsmen. Four spectators refused to lcave and were charged rvith contempt of court. Tirey u'ere released after posting bond. All four v,'ele from Nerv York City, one of them identifierl

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1-2, hou'ever, haC been extensive. Integrationist protests fol the next few days took the form of relatively small groups of pickets and marchers at City Hall. On February 3 Ma.','or.' Volk issued 4 statement u'hich represented the thinking of many of Engleu'ood's white citizens. He pointed out that Negroes held offices and positions in the city's government and municipal depart,ments, and on various boards ancl committees. He defendeC Englewood as a u'ell-integrated town and rebuked agitators who were distorting this image. On February 5 a comlmonknou'ledgeinEngld.s'oodtlratZubergtatiogaffi.ggeredthe@ would attempt to regist$r serelal negro Tdt wbzter'-ei-Gitent leaclership o\ plaint lras filed in Fcderal Court chargI " with maintaining segreI pupils then attending Lipcoln School at fro."N{a to the sit-ins, it seems to har-e \S Engleu,oodsystem (dis:ussed abelorrr'). Quarles School. This nias the leading/6ssn provided by C.O.R.E. rnenrber.s. g\",1 school I Glvernor Richard Hughes announced I article in the February t{t edition of t$ ,,{vLun1, were in attendance. Baer states I Engleu'ood Pless Journ'al. the citf':. i tnat C.O.R.E. haC planned a sit-i1 at his hisapproval of the sit-in demonstraI rveckly new'spaper'. Abou\t this timf u \ th" end of the mceting but that the Cen- tiofl sirortly after the events of FebruI leaflct prepared by C.O.{.E. and qther \nstration itself erupted spontaneouslr' .g{y l-2. While he declared his oppositiotr I integrationist groups l{'as histribute{. It Ntorehand. C.O.R.E. distriluteC a_-rpi- to any gerrymandering of schocl distlict I t'evieu'ed Neglo eCucation'Al grieva\es me\aphed leaflet during the.defrion- lines as to assure seglegation, he gen'itll Fathers" \s-_ stratjdn-u.r'ging all to erally defended the neighborhool schooi I anrl the delay of the '' 13g1afn.'

\Ttie-Foliie sunoririaled City I-Iall and policy. Later in February Zuber atI improving them, and urg{d all to attend the February 1 meetin$. pren'ented anyone from entering. Those tacked Hughes as not having done anyI On the ,morning of Febniary 1 Zuber. wlio wished to leave \r'ere permitted to thing for the anti-segregation battle in I Jersey. Governor I attempted to register nine {\iegrc pupils 9D ro. By ,mitln:ght about 50 sit-ins re- Nervnot goingThebecome replied: "I am to invol''ied in a fr(,:n Liberty and Lincolni Schools at lhained in thc Council Chambers. I
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iitil-:"11": "n*ffi]T,it";:,1: *"fi [tl*,?'L";,""#Ji, xlH#:il unable and " :T-::#" ";;"".;;'";;- ;itractivecitv; iie Neg"o'"hita"en who had beenparents' of the in Qou"t"" School, their parents' io -on ;::;fit" i"'""v-.""ia*t ,:rl ii:::j:it- l^'"""--.""ia""t "ntJt in their same class. The Ugl"*ooa'" main streets,t:: _1_", and, after all of thrs, ,rr" ""tubli"h-"ttt ."i-.ii aefeldants were the Englewood t.rt bo"in""" continued as no'.,.-,. .rf an intermediate scnoor ro- serr'e .u tlt" itiiran"L"tft"L fr"" lith the bovcott's failure the ::tifi :;il#il;;itr in the Lincoln Build- lo."6 of Education and Dr' Stearns' to the inside Pases-* ii" ,"t"""t"a .oromis"ioner Raubinger who' it was.alins.,, he Dublication of the Stearns Lepo Later in the rnonrh triars *","'T",0 -greater --*":*n%:l;ljil:ff:f11'JrJ":l *i**l;1""**.'"",ilffq"t*'I"*'J number u" u defendant' Julisdiction ltas lor the 15 demonstrato-rs' CgtitY P'lI ffiffi#;; il;i;" ".-"a pursuent to 28 U'S'C' 1343 (3) Galanti tried.tne :; il;; ludge Senjamin P' l€aders """ *61"5 perrnits anv citizen to sue to reguilty' ::,,"';*;"";;;;:-;ndin Englewoodtheir i"r"t"a dev-en sit-ins and found them- not convinced in at the of his constituthat lae four demonstrators :il:::' ;i;";;t;;;p; ^"**, Nesro ac- dress the deprisationrights, privileg€s "*'lf* to iio""1v guaianteed ptead guilty, and were fined s" :;;.";;i;;;. thereiore, ieni alt uruu" oity l"ag" Bendheim' l'1fl"J t":il. d"-" Wrtlt"" who ex- utrf i--o-"ities. The case u'as heard bv wer€ The Stesms Report i" "nttt"t about the reportambi-Judge Anthon-v T' Augelli' as a class into tit" """""ii its 'more . about The complaint was frameC i"i Tlre events of February faded "*frr"i"'stic irte pullication "t _ttt" ,ir""' irgg"stion"; others reserved deci- u*ioi *trd uu"s"a three specific types of u"'iJr.""J *rif -:March rz' The rsork is ;il discriminatorv practices: (t) rhe drarsil;il;;;.J;' "'l* 1t *"tu It examines in detail ii" -ir*:" f""iiic attering or school boundfiT;';;". Mav the Board announced land use, indus- ..rrbil#r;;,r*l integrated demonstra- ."'v ""f r"" the purpose of requiring i"rl.ti*?"i'" sctroot i-*'"""n' -r, -*iin enrolLment, ptiintin ctrildrcn and others of their characteristics, ;;T;;;;;"i# ""'p"t"iion, ""r.i".."v attend raciallv segresated the impact d 31" |""'in" ?".^j improring :d;;;;il;;nd '."- ;i;* totzl the selection of sites for present and ru- '."".- o't"" "iuf'to,'u"a" svstel.'mei'n irt" ,i""riii"' *""*,rt on the as to ""i*r"; ""itoor ;; ;i;' ;;; "" sireet Junior High school the construction of new schools seg** ";.;; of the citv' is the find- l"'.1. i"i. ,rri'"i* inl.grationist groups perpetuate and maintain a raciallv ,i" r,"." oi ttre repo.t '"J.r, ". eolitical p];,r.- ri*rison of the i"gliJ ."rt".r system; (3) permittins ui'rrr.i ""ono.i" ""a Yor* ;.': ;r"" iirl it as merely toten 1iifs" l*6ents to transrer rrom schools in ,t'" Ne* ;::""'";;;;''";"f il'^;:.;:;,;;;;; -."i^.""'""a the Board or u1 \esro or nredominantlv all Ne;:;;;";i"u;.-;";"; are exertins t** i;;:;;;i;;. 'uil]i rvhich a'e_likelv :" il':,r';.ttili-,i"*.r issues. soon er;'"iod"ni "n"otl-ents to schools sith ;::""H'il"ffi;l u .u"althy *b' ;;;""d.-about 100 persons marched 'p"iootninu*rv wttite student bodies' The il;"-ia;'""#;;;J" u" the deil:-orl" by embarkins on a. p'rosram ;;;;;;; !ua-^-r* ioitl" t,o1n" to protest tt'e ii-o1uin, further charged that duty to "-'det'elopan afrrmative fentl'ants "hate .-i1.n-""iio" P''* hope to have ;";;';;;il;iit "utionally-prepared a sisni- '"n.-'i""i""J-,r1* June, covelnor provide the Plaintifr childr€n and others the middle of 'r"r*'-t" r"ttnuencing the chanses ',* *'ith a racial]v desegtethe neighborhood in th"ir [l-ji.', "t."" place in Engler*'ood.. I." '."i-""i yi"ta where it creates gated public school system." il;;1j'il" ""ii* -*, schools. He left the - Tte Englervood defendants $ere repJ;...1-|" iepo.'t inaicates that the city'r "r"i.fr-,' attofne:i ""-'r"*a"a b.v il;;;: i;;"-;;';" hands of its citizens' . *"i".Jio*i'""r,oof ,iJ.l"' J"r.rr;;;niing this announce- resenredBoardAbram A. Lebson, Comnlis'-i" in.oo"t"nt of Educationi the of any orsanized for the ro"u"a", -;; "r"ment the Attorne:' h"lp control this, imlend; '.,.oi ;;-;i,r," sou"a dropped rhe sioner s'as- r€presented bv "t;';;;i; t" tt"'ip""uii'" ot th: ::llY..1' demonstration school plai ?o"" iu"rt ot General' Zuber appeared for plaintifs' iit""",iJi"" -"v'"t"*. to dismiss the irt" "epo"i examines -1 "_1.]:* ffiiil ffi;;;;.;;lrrJr J"t" irr" Board Both defendants movedjurisdiction over p"""rlii p"ograms' the n'ost far P*-'*n-"i"ir,rt l"rtt n' p"*v, a Negm comptaint for lack of li". "i" "io'J"a, the ground tlrat ieaching'of which lrere: ,.- and Vice-Presia"nt of tt" -----'*olotd tf'" iubjecr matter on their ad-

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proposed t"* """}& for -the neighI rrroblem, and woutd preseryealt chitdren article wai .T11ll^,'i""'"r;il.;i;; "loT*"1.-'":; $i!,i]ilI ffi#' ""ir""i

"i'totls' schools. This plan lvould "- ""io"r 'itt"g*i"c "";#';;";ii ingt"tooa'" n*n and would d""r"ov ,# "i'#" s1.b00.000 "*i" 'il'l'"1"1 equ*y in the Lincorn uo'ains. "i

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ministrati*e remedies. Judge Augelli prainsranted the molion hordins '1hat the the court that iifi" lta "ot'"atisfred Education of the Stat€ Commissioner'
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tr:mely likell' that Brown v. Board of Education, 34i U.S. 483, 98 [,.8d. 8?3,
74 S. Ct. 686 (1954), the Supreme Court's

principal schooi desegregation case, and the Neu' Rochelle decision (Taylor v.
Board

of Education of City School Dis. trict of New Rochelle, 191 F. Supp. 181,

The Court of Appeals affirmed this decision by a 2-1 vote. Judge Charies E. Clark, speaking for the majority, acknowledged that the Board u'as confronted with a situation rryhere many Negroes

Englewood case, then, would oniy have

a repeat of New Rochelle. The Stearns Report, however, appears to
been

appeal dismissed as prematule 288 F. 2d 600, Iater opinion 195 F. Supp. 23I, af-

firnred 294F.2d 36, application for stay of Court of Appeals mandate denied 82 S. Ct. 10, cert. denied 368 t-.S. 940, 'r
L.Ed. 2d 339, 82 S. Ct. 382 (1961),
'iryould

In this regard the Board had argued that Lincoln School's heavy Negro enrollment u'as only the inevitable result of applying the neighborhood school policy to a communiti' rvhere residential patterns shorvecl a racial imbalance.
Ho\r'eyer, Judge Clark stated, "the pres-

had settled in one part of Nevi' Rochelle.

favor those who claim the Board has not been motivated by a desire to achieve school segregation. It states: "The majolitl- of people u'ho are familiar u'ith the Englewood situation are eonvinced that the present existence of segr.egation in the public schools is not a consequence of intentional gerry,mandering of school

poseful desire of maintaining tiie Lincoln School as a racialll- segregated school." The Board began to apply the neighboll-rooC school policy in 1949 rvith extreme rigor. It hacl, ho$-ever, principalll- thi'ough gerr']'mandering school district lines, taken steps to assure that Lincoln School rvould hale almost a total Neglo student body.

be the principal authorities relied upon by plaintiffs. While the Brown case is no\\- generalll- *-ell understood, the New Rochelle case should be examiueC in a little detail. The ultimate fact:, as foun:l b1- Judge Kauf,man, u'ele that the Nerv Rochelle Boarcl of Education, prior to 1949, "intentionalll' created Lincoln Scirool as a racially segregateC school," auci, since 194.9, "has been motivated b1' the pur-

ent 94 per cent Negro enrollment at tlie Lincoin School goes beyond ,mere 'racial imbalance' and approximates closely the harmful conditions coude,mned in the

result of practices carried out u'ithin

district iines on the part of the schooi boald. Insofar as segregation exists in some of the schools it appears to be a

sacrosanct." He observecl that tire Board's establisliing Lincoln School as a segregated Negro school "falls squarely u'ithin the plain meaning of the Brown decision." He further observed that "if a Board of Education enters into a course of conduct motivatel b1' a purpoSeful desire to perpetuate and maintain a segregated schooi, the constitutional rights of those confined rvithin this segregated establishment hal-e been
violated." The follos'ing remarks from his opinBoard of Education seiects a school site, or othern'ise operates its schools, rvith a purposeful desire to segregate, or to maintain segregation, the Constitution has been violated.*** If such ,motivation is present, it makes no meaningful difference whether the segregation invoh'ed is ,maintained directl-v througir formal separation, or indirectiy, through o\rerrigid adherence to artificially created boundary lines, as in the present case. Similarly, it is of no moment q'hether the segregation is labelled by the defendant as 'de jure' or 'de facto,' as long as the Board, by its conduct, is responsible for its maintenan3e."

Judge Kaufman pointed out the neighborhood school policy "certainly is not

the result of the deliberate conduct of the Board, the plaintiffs and those similarly situated are entitled to some form of reiief." The New Rochelle case abounded in proof that the Board hacl adopted a deiiberate poiicl' of segregation. Is the same true for Englervood ? The Walker case's specific finding tirat the niaintenance of separate juniol high schools constituted "a violation of the lav;s against discrimination" could be heaviiy relied on by the integrationists. as coulcl the finding that the troundar'1- line betrl.eer Lincoln and Liberty School had not been drawn in accordance rvith the principies of the neighborhood schooi policy. It might be infemed flom this last finding that tlie Engleu.ood Board had attemnted to gerrymander district Iines to contain Negro children in the Lincoln School area. The integrationists might also be

Brorvn case. Since these conditions u'ere

the confines of the housing market." If plaintiffs are unable to persuade tire deliberate segregation, a legal question of considerable importance rrill arise. The complaint, as presently framed, and as rrould likely be presented to the Commissioner, charges that the Board has

trier of the fact that there has been

an "affirmative duty" to provide

Negr.o

has not deliberately tried to segregate them. that the Fourteenth Amendment, as pai'ticulariy interpreted in Brown v. Board of E<lucation, entitles them to attencl clesegregated schools, notlvithstancl-

children rvith racially desegrated schools. Plaintiffs could argue that this "affimrative dutl'" exists even tvhen the Board

ing the Board's ironest application of the neighborhood schooi poiicy.
point ll'as left undecided in the Rochelle case. Judge Leonarci P. lloore, tire dissenter in the Court of Appeals, had interpreted the evidence as not supportive of a finding of deiiberate
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the city's nervest school building, \r'as iocated in a White area far from the
Fourth Ward.

expected to point out that Quarles School,

ion are particularly pertinent: "if

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ings to proye that the Board has oper-

Englewood rvould probably try to dilute the effect of the Walker iuling forced. . J -oi by pointing out its compliance 'uith There appears as yet to have been no \ j"t' the decrees contained in that cieci- Supreme Court decision on this impolt- \ i 1,, sion. It u'ould be hard put, horrt'e\rel', to ant point. It does not seem improbable | , ''' i overcome the findings and inferences of that the issue u.ill eventually reach that l' , ,f.; Walkor since it neither appealed the bodl-. Perhaps Engiewood n'ill be the j'^;.,' decision nor moved for a rehearing to te-rt case should it finaliy be determinecl 'ffJ modify the language in the opinion. IJut that the Board rn'as not and is not mo- K'.4t,,",, Walker, of itself, does not seem to be tivated b)' "a purposeful desire to segre- ,'' i, ,the evidential equivalent of the ;rears of g:ate, or to maintain segregation." '1 !) r"lt(r'l clearly established discrimination against One can only speculate how the Su- /,r^l:':a/:, the Lincoln School pupils in Nerv Roch- preme Court v'ill react when conflontecl !','.",'','j. t '' '4r elle. rvith the general problem describecl. It the integrationists can produce should be noted, though, that Brown v. If enough evidence besides the Walker find- Board of Education paid particular at'

segregation. He therr proceeded to clisthis very point and concludeC that \egro students did not -lrayg the light to attencl public schoofs outside theii' neighborhood u'hen the neighborhood school policy was being honestly encuss

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gro children with a sense of inferiorit u'hrch affects their motivation to lea iends to retard their educational and
mental development, and deplives them of some of the benefits they rvouid re-

Negro or predominantly all-Negro elementary school rvill give rise to many
more arguments than the ferv presented.

The Law's Progress
trVhen the Federai Court in Washington, D.C. decided the famous Durham case (2L4 F 2d 862), abrogating the M'Naughten Rules in the District, and substituting: a new test of Iegai insanity, Congress rushed through an amendment of the District of Columbia CoCe '*'hich

Brown case." *"*ttfr'J*dupreme Court,-on.+h€-otherhan\ FEUDALISNT U.S.A. rnight be persuade{.-h:rJudge lVloore's Of lecent years the U.S. Government ;;;; reasoning. He*;fi6li has advertised for sale entire cornmuniNegro s.tru-Xfifrts at Lincoin School \il:: ties, consisting of homes, sociai hall , 6r to any other school dist

or whether a straightforward application provided that anyone acquitted for inof the neighborhooC school policy prosanity had to be committed to a mental (Ed. Note: Subsequent to the time hospital. He couldn't get out either, for duces a predominantly Negro school or a majority Negro school, Lincoln and this article was received for publicati'on the term 'w'as indefinite, and ti're result Liberty Schools respectively. Also to be it was announced that the N.A.A.C.P. of the humane Durham Rule rvas thus i'ecalled are Judge Clark's remall<s that had commenced administrative proce- to incarcerate a man for a longer term a public elementary school Negro enroll- dures with the Comrrnissioner of Educa- than if he had been confined to a prison rnent of 947o "approximates closely the tion charging segregation in Englewood's under a sentenee! Thereafter. lawyers harmful conditions condemned in the schools.) down there had to be careful, for it

ceive in a racially integrated sch system. These conditions may rveli found to exist whether the school is officially maintained as a segregated one,

school officials, their counsel, and all who are interested in community affairs and race relations. It rvill not be easily solved. Perhaps the Englervood case, if pursued far enough through adr,linistrative and judicial channels, will provicle ihe outline of a legal solution.

The ploblem desenres the attention of

might be far better to have a man
fied, unless he faced the chair.

con-

r,'icted than acquitted, and nobody dared

to plead insanity, no matter lton' justiThe "humane" application of the statute adopted by Congress rvas eridenced in a case which recently came up before the Supreme Court, (Llnch r'. Oserholser, 8 L ed 211). Here a defendant who was charged lvith making checks rvith intent to defraud rvas held not guiity by reason of insanity, notrvithstanding

be built, altered or abandoned. Attend-

r.Jl\ll.lgrounds, rights of all otrt"" N"*=R";h"ji"\ $itities uld roads-evH:Ilhlit :ll]:1 up a citv' This is a unique \ .ili;;;. H; ;ir" feu that the I {des to make of our times' In the davs ;F;"{' U"a^ itprication of Judge K";- I /:Y"oment ;l ,,ju''J clecision^was "to, ptace th" ;;;/ r,9f^,.I:*1fh'j":':;^'l:-'::Ti,it "'*: iJ;;f];;;;";i. of the country i;";;/,,/ Lord.s.of the Manor to buv and sell comi*t"d;\i-rrt"-n"J""al courts o" r rJ"*l' tnunities,, lock, stock and ban'el' one jilh; \rr-**"ial views to those ;;fi; rvould.think that Feudalism rvas of the rvho slror{d be granted or d"r,ied'ifrs- l"l*.1,-0"t,^ trlt'j-."?:.^:o',-.c:::utl.:l-t :"" :i:-i ": :^*'^: ..ll::;r;^-.t* farnilies have kept land in one ownerfer will'eo\trol; he alone wil"l'deglde rvhat ship for generations and er-en centuries. -,-,-- ,^-- '' ,/ lacial mixt\r- satfSfy _!)xr'concept of The practice is to lease, not to aliente, integration. Of-Tt€€s'sity he rvill have and sorne ieases run for 999 years, or to pass upon clistrict lines if he chooses almost ten centuries. The English have to permit neighborhood schools to con- been stru.ggling to get a\\:ay from Feudto be inviting its realism' tinue. His clecree will cause schools to tuIn. we appear
ant thereto might even be an indirect fixing of the city's school tax rate to
acomplish his

6; fi ;"l"j"J-irr;';;;;i" ,,

libraries, business buildings.

that he strenuously argued that he rvas as mentally agiie as the next one. He was forthu'ith clapped into a mental hospital under the new statute. The shield of Durha.m had become the srvord of Congress. He instituted haL'eas cor'pus proceedings to escape possible life imprisonment, and the Supreme Court, per Justice Harlan, was completely

to apply only to a defendant rvho
pleaded insanity.

sympathetic. The new statute rras held

biclding.

governrxent operations orig/notecl other / inallv justified because husiness rm/ Dloved and the trains ran on time. In I short, I believe that the decree takes I oruoy from the people, their duly electecl I o. uppointed Boards of Education, and \tro.- the States themselves their right
processes \thedecide by democratic for their upon educational policies com-

il6pp"r, Cere.' But if Federal courts the operation, directly or in{irectly, of the public schools, what u'ill [e the end result ? Recent historl' has
u$d^ertake

"There rvili be those who rvili cirarge thent these suggested possibilities are $t/ss exaggerations and that 'It can't

\t {:, t"i '.l. a;: d /.\/ / /,-/
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A piague on him. their larvyers in the District may breathe a little easier as a result of this decision. That is, until Congress cornes up u'ith someth:ng else.
Defendants and

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WILL

ROGERS

SAID:

.\t

I don't make jokes-I just u-atch the government and report the facts.
got to admit that eacir partf is
than the other. The income tax iras made n:ore liars out of Americans than golf.
The 'more 1'ou read about Politics, you
rvot'se

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have neyer seen a

llayor that rvasn't

funny. One rowboat n'ould do more for you than all the Senators in Washington I got more faith in high ground any Senator I ever sa\l'.

munities."

outlining the problem in terms un glad you asked that, sir-I'm w"ith ,o{ honest administration of the neighbor- "I'm fi;=X i"* Bo"f. Ca- and I just th;-hood school policy establishing an all- happen to have a catalog with me."

Fall 1962

87t

lrcatlon.
figure of

Ckdns Serrnart o/11
S810,000 arrd nror.e

f /CL )lr. pcrrl' confirnr ml,

nreeting on Sepl. 6. I suggest. thal you improve .,-our hcrring b1, rvnsh. lng 1'orrr ears more ilroroughl,t. nncl more often.

re. strecr schools. to a i\lrs. l.cr.irre. n.ho ask. ed that question 0r the Bonrrl

building the old Ensle

for

U|'UQIL IteQ.EIl.P ' fft,u",ffi71n1 f

Urges Big Yot,,
Editor:

1'o lhe

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--_- tl ntot'e obviotts 3n(l glllilllt ls tho trtot'e olrviotts :rnrl glllirrg is II tlisparitl. l':ll'tl]' tolr,l the renrainin* rapirlll' .r''tnei;',1 ^tnt tti etenls in a l'?lni(lll'ch:lngllll'l '\\'ol'l(l IL etenls Irate pttt a ncrv [octts on tlle \\'il]in rvhich the United St:rtes ptrts it's
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Eoin[ to be givon an opportrrnilv on l, Nov. 6, 1962, to exercise thcir consiitutional lranchisc to vote. At lho sanrc tinte, lhcsc sanrc peoplc rr'ill

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onr!, rrhcre it ma1' bl justified aceording to )'our logic. namely 1.our.

rtorting, but.r.orr (orgot the

t'arious other people slupid are en_ lirely 1'our orvn anrl oerfectly a4ree \r'ith yotrr rvord trvisling and di.
onl.v

I callcrl onll' tlre illfrrted cenlral intcrnrediale sehool plan slrrpid, but 1'our conclusions anrl cnlling

sure, that in m1. positicn beforc and after sr..Otng the H:tler regime j'ou and all your association could have never nratched nr1, Ie.

Ca.ncerning Ie l.orr nrighl have reasons to tl.orr]' about l,our'orvn n'ith yorir stale of logics. but I am

be asked lo ehoose J'es or no on thc follorving qrrestion: "Are you in.favor of transferring certnin elenrentary school grades from their prcsent schools into a single sehool for sueh grades?" We in thc Urban l,eagrru lrr: .qonrewhdt appallcd at this trrln of levent.s. lVe Rre arvtre that nrany I delaying t:rctics are ulilize<l by I persons in arrthority to thwart the
I aims and dcsires o[ Negroes. hut we I have never known a eommunity in ithc Norlh rvhieh corrlrl he so per.

principlcs inlrr practicr'.'1'llc ernt:r" l gence of non't'.'ltitc n;rlirltrs in ''\f' ilica nn,l Asiu 4oes not nl:rk(' :lrl I ineqrritv lttore ttttjttsl' It rtr:r1' ltnrr''l er, ntakc renrerlial ltction tttorc cter, tttakc rentctlial lrction rnore I
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gent.

'l'llls ls \\'ll\' \\'e ;lI't' dl'l"rttr rr rrt 'l'lris is rvltv rve are app:rllctl :rl tht nbst:rcles rllrich f:rcc lls ;ls \\'o -...1,^ lilrglervoorl' Nr'rv strile to nrakc l.',rolnr'nnrl I\,,..'l' .let'se1'. a bettt'r pllet' tn r:rise nnrl
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etlrrcate nrinoritl' grorrp elrildt'cn' Seenringll' l.ltose sho objcct to llto

rlrolition of tho racill ittthrlirner' in ottr 1:tthlie scltonls f:ril lo rcnl' ize [oq,rnrrc[ ltctlar ottr prrhlic scltools rvill be shen tte eottcet

' Yorr misreprcsent tlrnt opposing the stupid central irrl.ernrecliirl.e
-rehool-plan mians discrirninating aglinst a minoritl'. Don't.vou knorv, that a high standrrd education proSram in Rosellc, N. J.. Lincoln

Lhwarting the aims of the larv of lhe land. i Thr inconsistency bctwecn orrr I nntion's principles and ils practiccs t - Aiminlstrerl over the 1.ears. Con-

i.sistent

in

lri,tlre preparc(l all lhe
lli:th
Schottl'

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r'ncial iltthalance:rnrl ltotv tttttclt clriklren rvill he rvhnrt the!'entcr thc Jtrnior'
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lstitutional amenrlments, cotrrt de. lcisions, cts o( Congress, AdminisI

trative rulings ,state

an<l local leg.

I islation, the work

of privatc agen-

tir,: ltiflrrurl strcietl' ot l'ln;'lle'l I rvoorl. rvilh otrr clllpllilsis on tlt;tlc'l I rinl stnnrlrlrls :tttrl stltts srv:liing, rvc I larc npl. lrt forlt'l ottr rlt'ttttx'r:rlicl I r',rlrtcs. Anrl rvhr'tt l'r' lcecpl llrt'l I posit iorr oI NrrIl'rlcs irt otrt' socielr I

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school (same name, same location)

s'as

there? (N. Y. Times Jull, Z?)

hishly praised b.v the

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rvas

NAACP

ed only b1' more intensive studies {.high horizon) ancl not by moving little ehildren arounC torvn into

have high estcenr and expecta. tions for thc Negro citizens o( En. glewood, because they repudiatecl pressure taclics. like mass rallies and bo.vcotts :rnd they understand. that better education ean be aehiev,

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more fully thcir rights as citizens of the United Statcs. The American people are inereasingly arvare
professions of belief in the dignity of man have meaning only if rqe realized b-v all people in all aspeets of life. The gap between the promise of liberty and its ful.

cies, efforts by Negroes nnd othcr minority gr'orrps all have helpctl remove many of - barriers to lull the citizenship for all. The gains have been consirlerable and we can report that more people than ever before are exereising

:rttrl pcrntil otrt'solvcs I I "a ",.r,r,an",tl I rn it.riut thal ;rnt' gt'ottp is irrferi"r'i I arrtl desl inerl for inferiot' erlrrtrt' I I li,rn. ,,',' arc hr:trirf ing nllr hcritrAc l

i'l'l'torn arn lr)o nr;rny chilrlrcn rtlrn i :rr'e lreinA rlenictl the contlitiorts
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l holp thont dcvclop their potenliali'l I lies. And it is lhis soeinlly c:rrrserl

end the nrotivations that

worrltl

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rlantngetl that rnnkes for lhe alinnn'l lion, rvilhdr;ttvnl, anAer nnrl hitlor'I lrr.ss lhat le;rd lo rnli'soei:rl vnrrdal' isrn nnct clelinqrrenel'. Ilorv ean real

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unslitable schools,
safety.

endangering

fillment
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i.s narrower todav
been.

than it

ever

I{itler's taetics and

Bul. sinee

lou

that you do not desorve to live in our great dcmoeracy brought about by our l'onderful ccn:.titrrtion rvith

democracy rnd on accounl of your rvord twisting statenrenls, I believe,

ar.e i r1,ing to call oppression

I ing world of 1962 it seems wide anrl I rleep, and the demand trr close it I ir rno,'. urgent than ever. Parhaps I tihs is beeause the closer we come i to thc ach ievement of our ideals
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Lhe ehang.

do not apprecinle our

it.s balance

of porver,

because

yol

aptitrrrles in n l rliscotrt'aAing, rlcfeatist of thcir | nntl thcir rvill lo livel self.cstcent | ;:nd lenrn to len<l prcxltrctive lir"es? | I What liintl of socicty rt'ill orrr chil'l l rlren h:rve by thc )'ear 2000 A D. l I if ttln.u lt'c sr) rlivirlcrl in color | I lttrl el:rssl' Orrl' 1r';tlttat ion ol tho I I rvort h of cvol')' htttttan hoing rests I I on sr,nrel.hirtA Al'oaler th:rn posscs'I I *inns or locltion ttr colttr or I'Q' I

rlren possihl)' rrgislcr lheil | in{crlilence potenl.ial nnd othct'l
clirnrrtc rvlrich
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frcctlorn guaranteed by orrr form of govern.

I It i. n',t resprtnsihilitl' to honorl I the rvorth of ottr noiAhlrors hl'l

lrvorking for a conttt'ttrnilv haserl of htrntan eqttnl'l I rrpon the eonet.pt
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yorrrs.

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Englervood.'N.

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j ;. ;;;;;,. ,t ? i tieorlc llirlah ll)l)eilrcd at llrt. I nrart l(elalionr Corrrrcl rs spokes' lruan for the Crrrnrnittee to Save

i ITttt' Orv l"rotrt (\ I rtrt -, l,'l'lte ,Stttttlt!
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thcir et'l ecunotttic hackgrrrttntls on ro,uttrt lcrrtrins' Anl' :rt'
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luest of lhe t'hainrran for thc llrr. zalron $as rskerl trr provi<lc
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spc:rlicr for tlte rrreetirrt rr( Sepl. I ?0 in(l Jlr. llltah gr:rciousll' con. serrtcrl to plesent lhe vieu's of our I I coillrlrltcc. 'l'lre rviriesprertl support rvhich | i csrsts in thc Cit]'of Engles'ood for
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he rctention of the

.l')nglerrood

sclrrxrl

aliscs out of sound parcntal concern for rvell.establishcd and ap. iion. l[ (loes not. :rs sr]me have insinilatcd. arise frorn any feeling of l,igotr:, or hias. Thc refclcnccs oc. < sionalll'lua(le to the actions of sot:'hern segrcgationisls in dis. cussinA lhe present school dispiltc
provod nrethorls o[ school orlaniza.

slstcnr in the prirnary Arades

l.tt. f'ft. nt'ighlxrrhnotl school sys' i.,i rt*, serve<l ttsc too *ell to be; cliscat'detl for raci:rl reasons' -",,fr't lny t.tt.t of '-,tfininn frctl lt is that orrr entirc nu,.r,,n.f s'vsl.eln ts stt . clclllentary school i irchric antl ottr cttrriculttnl :o is a nl)stcry to -."1 'i,a,tty t"cXinf, il clrild strt:ceetls in ri*"',ttri i:;."i;;' "ivit.,ing berore succttnrb' whiclr rntrst . i^t t" iit. starrtification atlend the boring proc' ',i'r""lirtrv pnce .tt'"'t-pi".".,liing at a snail's ni' tft"'ao*f to tlnivcrsary rnedioc' iiiy.' pot'tttpt rve might all nrorea rrlniitarrrt ir',rn nur enerSies t. thc' l]""."ionii"". effort to irnprovc ((ot' of ;rll our children
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ron:c(lj- thesc problettrs

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tl'ii'"""f"
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j tt is ironic thal both the scgre. I lati,rnists in the srrrrth arld Lhe
I leartcrs of thc ntovenrent to change Ithc l'ln(le\r'oorl school s!'stern both I rttrrch gre:rt irrtportlnce to the lfacI that :r Negro chiltl trtnY or

1 rl'rrrd the issttc.

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arc unhir and servc nnly to

hc.

n'*hcr Iloriz'n prosranr Schooll' insterd o( in' Dt tlulginN in social experimcnts assttl'eo' tlubiorts vlltre llhich most thc clcsi'cd .c' ill"'*i"..i'i.nicve

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'l'lre Centt'al lntcrnrertiatc School \ cdtl'; rvitl <to nothing to itnpt'ovc lhe
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but a itiioi "r thc Ncgro childrvcll as tlorizon progrlnr as

scirtcrl neur a u'hitc l chikl. 'l'he scglcgationist belicses rh;rt sonre nrystical h:rrtn rvill corne I j rn thc rlhitc chil<l an<l he, lherei fore. sceks lo keeu thern in en. Itirel.v scparatc schrnl .r-r'stcnts lrorn Ithe pIinr:r11- gra(lcs to collcge. lle l iArroles the conccpt of the neighbrrrhoo<l school sincc a Ncgt'o chiltl nlusl Ao to a Negro school even if lrc lives ncxt rloor to a scltool tles. ir.lnatc<l for rvhites. On the other h;rnd. thc illvrrcltes oI the CenI rnrl' not bc

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lav antl \ithout resort to

intellccttrally rvill tlo much to Boarrl o{ Educ:rtion's to provide tlte bcst cdu'

for the

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done rvithout

scnse'

i.rr,

ti,na'.nnttllrling clipcriments'
Yotrrs verY tt'ttl1" BEATRICE PUGr\Cl(

251 Iinglcrsood. N. 'l'

vtn {ostl'ind Avc',

traI lnterrrretliatc School believe that sonre nrrgical "pedugogicul osrnosis" rvill nccur s ltielt u ill
r,riracrrlously c;rrtsc the Ncglo chifil the I plt'scnt school curriculurn. therchv

to bcncfil. rnuc Iully front lo

l enablinf hirn
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all he is trulht. I suhuit that both of those lhcnrics are entiroll' fal-

construclive lhinkinr:. ln Fjngle' rrootl the Junior llirlt Srltool antl the Senior llifh School.lre eottl. pletel]' ccnlralizt'd. Aceortling to the Slcxrns "ltihlc", sonte 30 per cent of thc Junior lligh nntl 26 per

r:cnt of tlte Scniol lligh school populltion ale Nclro. Very fetv

reccives vely littlc'ntcntion in oI the situltion in F]n. !lervoorl. If the citizcns of Engle.
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the life of thrl conttnunity and no nnt hls sought to chanAe it. Yet it

cnrnrnunitics huve this kind of intc;:rntion. lt is an ncceptetl part of

soorl rvore in fact hirscd. as ntany civil richts soDhisticrtes haw insinuatetl. rvoultl these poople reIrnain in a cotnrnunily rr,here so I rnuch uf lhe puhlie school s1'stcm I is f,rtl1- integlulerl?

Citi z,en Groups

AskThatB.ruid
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lSees No Local School
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F:\ct.F:\\'o()D
'v,robrem'

Tr*p3l'ers League Takes St.n,l, problero'i"/ulce
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f;,,:br".,'-.ris

l;lJ'*; ;h"1it:itil=,li 1;;':;ffir:i:[ r," ,,r,,,o,.r,,n,.,i:'.i,,i. and buitt up by narionat pirbtieitr,] i i3,,,.:];,1 ::, :1"-:,..r",:,,;"j;:ij:iit ffii*i:i; ;;r;i,:;;^r"qr.ssarion rvhich i.s
rar be'ond i:.rr.:ii I il*;;:'-,s a
or
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alt a an excess or o..u.n,1T1-ou,t
i.s

t'.Tli,titmfu1$iini t'iTl*: I:** ;uj*'l-i.:".'Jtone.v It
rn time. effort and
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sch,ror

situation

r.rris

'l ,rr,,,l;,'),,n:.t.:,:"l.or o r pare;ir,, b1' a r, 5rou ';i,1'j,:::l,l:1, to .Sa'e l uo*rnrrttee " "illl,l[ Neighbor.iroocl Scliools *,.,?"*' ,fr" Statu- to restrain ,re .Our. g".iJ I ,ocnr fr.onr

rv:rs rilcd x,iur rhe sr;rre, Boarcl o[ "p1'""r

ill.!ffili::

;.. ;;1:-";'ien fostere<r in Engrewood i liJ;:;;"u1. tllf:T,,,|",,;;'u,.,i.-i ::':i::l: n1rio1.ar anrr inreination. Jhe ea.se of Roselln. rn :t tt.pa,4,1 irri"r'ra rrich i. tr.in;r lntegration i"r on \,.llt !o ..r111111;j1qi61n,,1 \,'rr !o .'onrrrrir:jon,r L.,,,.t^-:,.1- '' ;:'-" l:.:.it_qs -'rc .r,,.iir"i;;,i'.;;1,"*ttuL" j: l; lhe \i'. Rau'in:er irr J.;.ont,rn, tlrs1o1. .t.tr,.t.ar,.i lf ai"",,,,,f.."irh,il rchrxrls intoqretrvl i '.;;;i :it.n':t]r.f,l J. ilt,lJros. .\,ia..q; .1115. ;: ;;, rin .\ \'otl:. nr^,q,;1.,. .! tt!)r l".rrL"i:,t,?id ""i ,.;;;;:::: T;t )

4lewou) Taxpa;-er.s

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his answer to the three petition$ now before I the Commissioner. There rvill be a referendum vobe in Englewood on Nov. I^ ;6 on the central school question. 4. The Board of Education has asked r\[ayor i ,. .. Austin N. j \rolk to ca[ a nrecting of the Boarcr ois"rrnor Estimate ,o iformally on it.s requesL for additionar funds for renovation""i oi Ithe abando'ed .Iunior High Schooi uuiraing or, nigr" J*.t for a central school. ; 5. The Board of Educaljon *,ill hold i iat 8 o'clock Tuesdal' night, oct. g at its its regular meeting omcesistreet, instcad of on:Vond"1,, portponement being "i'ri-L.gro -; uus Lv L : -------v..e v!rr'6 due t" i-ir.

rhcre i***;";b,eli;vins of statcis "" ;;i';robtcm in )ingre*.oort. t \i. 1.he teanr itrspectors sent to Englewood, by the Sil!" .ha.s conrflr:ted i.is f;rct-fi.ding i.spectiorr, confer.red, i the.lclcal boarcl arrcl oLhers orr *rJ,,1>rog nncl cona,,, and. r:r l,:":i! i r'eri*ra't t<' rubr;ri.t *:{ 6r:din(s to the b.'.-i""r"-,t"i tlrrror. 'I'lte Loruu;s:,roni,r.'s ;.cc,tipurcnciii.tj.rru q.1.,,iiiirgs srC n'i i '1 ::*. gxneqte! for, some weetis therbafter: trbrnier;uagE tUi"o, o. irrbSon;:'gouirset to the r-.-.rar uoarJ,,n"" t uii;i"i-""r' 1 to fire

ed to tlre Statc Boar.d inAicaiestflot if"t,.," lor:al board rsJ)cnd monit,s on a centlal school uneuLhorizcct b_V wcre,.,, Lhe Boa.rcl of school Estinrates lrris rvourti u" I con"ia".ed impr.oper aner i rl,ould la1' the board opcrr to ,ilaxpayers * t"*i"f.s suit. the

;; ;;;".:ffTi:lT:il:"irli: j nonric condirions (2) ,'," r".^i'ti"",il';:1r",1::t'i:.,: n ieset j n Iry' urg.J;;; ;;,il;;"';l;"":":,.':"*i. 'rat :::'11 I t11! origi ., .",'"-r, ;i " ; ;: i,, " : lfi.l. il T T " f::ll :, : T: : l,, : I t H, ;I : lardou.s tr.alhc co.clitio.s: i;;;;; t 0".j en rs r,. .]v1t, ".isr,,r"rhood sch ool o",l"rllt i,.ir..i"r::: " ?. Tlt,: Englcrvooci Ta.rpay.,,r* , I_"0g,,,,. in a brief pr.,l,sclL,
inrbara*ce
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I

esrabrishI ing a centrat school for 5rh "i'ilr.,rtion on gr.ounds (1t En.glervood ctoes lthar Ji.l.ir1"_i

and

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lotol*. living in ail ...tini*' .n,r , rvorking at all job.s: but i" ii.i. " , Rosello's situation r, "" ,,;r;:.,j::i but Engleu,ood,.s conrlenrned. _ "Unrter otl..tivn .stanrlarcl.s. the I
,

From I l) j x^eeroes in all phase.s ol civic anrl lSovcrnmental life. anri rritir Xe.

ir\o Problenr J (Conrinued pase

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itx"ii-.::il;1i,"# -i,,i- I o..n 'separate but equal, tle Nerv Rochene s.r,linlnn";.il; ii "". , to .separ.ate the rares. I[ one ...ri, j b.lieves an unlar'fuf ,ri..ri,rri";ilii il j; j exi.sts rhe Nerr. .terse1. c:irii
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I lrherately crente seAregation .,1.,i pcaeefulll' vioiirrr,ri brrt in rrood larr'.s rvith no relation ii""l"l I t"'.s;."- il ru.sarion. tarr.s equalll, .r,pri.riro'il { an pcrsons srreh as those nrohibit. inF.di.sorderl.v
broken as in (tORli An,.,.,o,,.ir.t;;;:i. 'lhe Englervootl c:lsc, i,.Li,,.r. ll , \\'as a rr;rtiorral il | canrpxign .,kickoff.,jil ;rutnorizert to spenrl 1.',,r,'iil' il tor a eentrrl school nor. for,;;,r;,:; iI .,liruination of allt.ecrl racinl irrrl:r;;;,: j i
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' 'l'ht loc:rl borrrl. ht. sr.r,s, i_';.,;, ll
Jh* t,e;rgrre ctrinr..-, .,r:r." ir ll hoarrl for rvhrtever nrotive. , spirited or unrler politic;l nuhlin ilI ' ;;:;:: .\.rtrc or ft arfrrl of threars .i.,",.,f ,f f l dceidr. to pr..encrl I
Boar.ct
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of .sctrooi'ili,. ,I nrate not to authori;:e thc f,,"A. 1ll in e.rercise oI their. prof..ri"'j... ifi
rnrt,

dtttl' of the

'irr.nii.. cificnil.v aurhorizerl".fr",.n,r;;"_;:: it is' a

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ttnhrr frrllv ltrthorizeci lhe tt'ill be oprn to a ta.rpal.cr.t.,,rrrai/i/ ;i;,;:

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COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE

INTER-COMMUNICATION
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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

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To: ---------.9-o-ye.rsg--[ugbes -

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-Qe-teLer

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RE:

REPORIS

The tro tearns assigned to Englewood and Orange hsve conpleted The members bave rorked day and nigbt for the past three weeks and have 11tcraL1y lived in or near the tro comtrnities.

their work.

I I

spent Friday hearing

oral reports fron tbe tro

teams.

nade ttre fol-lowing decisd-ons:

(1) The Englewood tean acco!ry)€rnied by Dr. Joseph Claybon ri3*l meet in a closed session t{ednesday, October 10, at h:00 P.U, rttJr tbe Board of Education to discuss the contents of the report. It is agreed that no part of the report rrlJl be neleased until tJre meett-ng is under say. tater Wednesday afterrroon the fult t€xt rriJ-l be girrea to tnterested mmbers of the press. One of the nembers of the tean someti-me l{ednesday evenlng wiJ-l acgtraint l,layor Volk with the report,.
{2) Alttrough I rrished to do sor it was not possible to get the Orange Board of ECucetion together earlier than Tuesday evening, October 16, at 8:00 P.I{. becauee the Boardf s attoraey could not be prcsent before that ti-ne. The satre procedure rill be followed except tbet the lrlayor riII not be involved in Orange. The Orange report wilt not be revealed to the press rrntil after the October 16 meeting.
tentatl,ve Judgnent based upon the trro reports leads ne to believe that there ls no solution to the question at hand which calr aPPIy to all corsrunlties. The contrast betreen the problens Ln Orange and Eng3.erood is
My

startling.

I an begiruring to qnestion very much whether re can Iay dona any inclusive principle or plan except in the most general tenms. F'or example, the Linclon Sehoo1 pupi-J.s (Englewood) seem to do less nelI on those phases of school work whi.ch are measurable by tests than those in other schools.

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Oa the other hand, no erch evidence Oakwood School (Orange).

is fortheoming for the pupils iJr the

Rather than to attenpt to generalize further, launch the tno reports and searhat I,tre reactions 8r€r

I

suggest ttrat re

Hr. Katz rilt to their release to the

bave

pr9SSo

in his hands copies of bottr doeuments prior

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p,ry
October

10,

L962

Plrco Engleodl Ncrl JerreY
2't,9 Rteu'ont

i.'.rs,

lblrb E. $PrulIL

Dear4rr. SPrulllt

for tbo <'llPPtuige you oortt, r.rr aLout the Jau,ao l'ilredltb' tiugluooo rttuattoa rsd tbe lrerolg!' of
Tbank You

of Edueatlonrs a Fderal il*t sult ahould tbe Cou'rrlsrloncr rulling be unratllflcl,ory. the School Boanl The Bornl of Iiiucatlon grantod to of tl!,e ro tbrt, tbo Board an cx Prrtc u.ot,l0n for an-.*i"nlr* tJrslr ansvqr on ber tblr-tY d"y;-;;";: llo, tbcrcfore, cxpttc't lfoy*rbcr l.
SlncorelY Your!t

I rpolcotol'ir.Carteraboutbelnglnreadtnealtoflle

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Aarlrtalt

Counrel

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SyliTg piiSit'tffi Would Be Subject1ffii To Forrnal Hearing
ENGLEwooD ucation Commissioner Frederick.W. jdent, at is meeting Tuesdav ""1i":?#:H,;JH:":Jn"#lli"i';*'l]ltyl##if nid Raubinger issues his determiuation I Enrolboe

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TVhen

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Ej.l by nr. Mark R sr,.aa,

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ried out. It would be-subject-t?lEnel.*ooa ;-,1r. !. .":, review and hearing, the Soard'of Education to have full opportunitr.l lCleveland-.School : ; : uue"tr:school . . . . to ri,e its answers. :;,;J',y

in the Englewood school situatioo, llows:' ,:.. .' ---*- " ' rsrr which may take some time, itl ;r -: ..9 ,.1:151,' r. would not necessarily constitute r*,;i:,f t. '' ;:--- f4, I . tSfl tg, "o
auromatie order that

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- ' ' who wanted.to know- ;.th;;-;;l'-.'. ".'; .' ' s'264 g,zsz , :!riri;;i io.r"rr; "l*ou-t t ' not commissloner can "',t' "t"l:i*::i .''rt. in
be out-oforder to speculate :on ...what the commissloDer may
heve'

ql+j:flgti:f{fli: :ii\ nA Former Judge Abram o:i*"" f f'*11'J :'n":t '.' ' :: iti #''^" ffiil.'f Hf : .'. 3ff :li ;:'.',',1:"'..f,i:. Ti::H:t I'; i; I ::i :..-)', ..;, r'ri : -" answer to questions ftom citizensl .

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i"^"i {he toatd, sfr i"_$tlxry# fj+,!'.ttE"n,!j;*t1,."*t lhe bo: .would .'

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"ilr I fo Ur. kir.tdergartens are 2?? pu" ' I -:rth.an tbe oct. 1, :ro say or whar the uo.ra liH; :lt-^ill"re.
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now before the Commis-l--.P.erm]ssion sioner, some asking that the boarcl I Yich- scttoot to participate iii' .i;. be restained lrom taking any actionlrne .aerg-en County Interscbolasti"t''- - l and one asking that tbe board be I rou'ting League was grunted by the .' i compelled to take action must firstlEnglewood Board oJ Eclucation at'i be answered by the tocal boarcl. I rts-mee-ting ocl 9' Tuesday! meeting covereil sev--l Coach Ralph Oawson wi covered eev--l \-oacn ftalph to.I-fbg Dwight Morrow tear eral subjeets including:. 1

;:li:i'f,nl h i;:r,;]i,H #l'"li{;"'for Dnigbt petitions
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l._The {act that total enroll-lrvill play once
ment this year has dropfed, I Recreation

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2.-Proceilures against parentsJNorthera. Yalley of children who aie kept oirtlNorthern Tallef ' Tappan, of school. (ltere have. hgen lrascelk ]1rlry, River De\ iodi, school. have_ beenlPaseack lalley, F several instances of abseniee'Jlyttdlgs! and 8er, rsm vhicb may.be related'tol8e!..: cathout,;:$€{-i.r<r-,i1.t'.,: !-"i;(*ol ism whicb may be related 'to l8er.

in all elemelt-I Other scboo . ary schools but increase in jun-l League are ior anil ienior high :choots.i J p.tt '
with
decrease

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in each, of th€l.must mqet.-thi sime'ieouirem ewood pu lli c gra mm ar rdhools I d qrilio4"a. iiLbther I *e thletes., decreased this 'year 'by r total orl cording' t"1Cfr"ti Ciii" c--'-r;=
The enrollment
E n gt

, A Drop -+'j'- fiEiiC*3i.,:l** rir'*

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the recent iontroversy).'.;,'i- :l'i!lS: .ii51.F't 1 'i.r"t- r' .i :.iig'F il$ untor . Americen Bowling''Coa.r : -- ^ I I--- ^ -- t rI1 ;--7-1 -t+.1.,''t rtr ollm T o,kbi 4 i*lJ"l nrles h -;+;;r-tiii:llbd rlr

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and Senior Eigh , Schoolr increas I Etlucation,'and'Athletii ed by 64- The..nit'itecrease in pub-].';* -,r1P-i,n'[r :i, -iic school enro-llrnent is 12. .__lwru 9ntenng.noi, U iI Tho The total enrollm ent js a.o 'itI rh e rnlor ar_ar_-_+ ii 3.?52.asl*t be,able to oua, enrollment :-...q g ?.,"?l qu4ify for districg..ti; cha&pionships, 'J.o1. .El-l[r,i: :,, -"iiul allstate ",;rf .C :ompared to 3,?64 tast year....11;,t3J l,"t ,"1.: .El-'.{},.,it Th e enrollment report wa. {e.:icn8ti9n, ol raiss Anne T'\"i \nne lf,lr"+rj + -lof

*hile enrollment in tle Junioriairectoigf,hi"ftUS"f,

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Abandon Lincdln rt, Report
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s1- -.rielrr,r$l .' Estlnr:rtq-_1hlch

r'r'ltrxrl ll,r lrlth- and slxlh'lfedis \r rs hul{r.d ln July hy llrc Boerd
dc-

ecommends
KATHRvN'nouar}
(Stef( Wrlter)

atsrl ntr.t strong lrrcel .dpOoclthl: 'l'lrt. report rald lha[', whllc

plarr
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nicrl trrrrilr or;'.the' Sruudr-Ua-

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hastfl'concel.vcd rod.
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Hnglewood:The Strtc frct-

stlorrg ft'eliug thet the Nciiii clrrld rs &t o prycbologlcel dls-

rlerrgnrd' segrcgrtlon ln $re rt'lttxrl1.. lbc cornnllttee*ftpd _3!g_.

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r is nt,

bupporta^blc

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The gS.pali re-. m public yesterda! after dlr. cusslon with the local.Bord oFrisgcrtron *rrtcd thft no
also'stated that the erilncivc obeerv:rtions aad, detr col'locted IeO - tne eopmittee_to_ rqqrctr tso- tRe eommlttaE_to conclude that ovef.r[ educr. tional opportunitifs in .Engle, wood are equal.
Englewood' school

S,*"otir;==

Part arca and 'chdnglng school boundary liner ,to- re. duce._the .c-onccntnUon of Sefrs. :inEiD ;-*ft:'-:= gli@tl:.-

rtructing a $l-rnllllon rchool ln the t'ourth Ward McKry

yesterday recdmmendod rnn.

local dlrpqte ov€r rrcbt lmbalance in elementery rcboolr
rlurlt'rtlr
Il'oilliilur.(l orl nnd'
: rCorrinr'ucttt"", Dfct trrxgunntly

.'huh' tnoupr, ei-nii-iTvCibai lorrcr rrc dmmrllo ln tlrrlr llvcr r leclhJ -cilaftta," ol bclnj dlflerdnt

rr _oh{sullyilgt

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llgned segrogrtion tn the {stqm; Ii

evidenr.e was. {ound

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lr rn elenlcllttry tc,!ool. lo nlye tDr coallicr oycr nrpblcmr .dtH ro rlre goncraqtretbo ol tvafto pttpils rt Llo(d! llclml^ i*r
abandootng Llncoln Scbol

. {.phrsc progrrni"_wblcb lxludci

{.PIINE PB The commlltec yccomrpcndcd e

lntcgFrtGd cllrrr rhcncver lees tblc; rcbrHlltrlha ol Llneoln . Scbool for ur u lr -rrud 'mhln!:Se,ntcr: educrlhml . crteblld" mrnt ol. . 1.yerr p0ot prugram lor ttflhfrdc publlr rl .thc _EnXlc 6ttlct,. Scbol. then tben--doalnS $G Er111l-'Cq131 -;fpl bccrur ol obolcrcnce rld un-

uld thb wu drr to. dcprlvcd . cunufrf-trelnundr. -lr 'nlcd: 'Tbr conunllt t welb Drruculerly lo polnl oll thc.heurdr ol mdlrj gsr lrrdjmcrtt rctu{. lla c$rtlty bl elenrentert rhol crDctLryt rnd llr. r(trtloarhlp to raca. i'-Atmct ecrtelnly lhc drtr r* 'niErl dlsrdventitc{ culturrl becLfroundr eud thc rceornprny. lrr ro{ tor ulqqr Drctrrm crpcrtcrccr brrc{ on lrcloF ol nrdtnr rld DoGd." ' Thc {phero pno8nrn. outllncd .coarrrtctlo ot.tlc ncr rcbol ln - tlc--;Il0cby. -Perl -.-tltl:--- ncw - .-tral harrndtw llqpt -to_pfOVlde
.

on thc undcr cob Sclpl rtudcatr corngrrcd lo tboa. h lhr othcr'rhoo\, tnd

drle

r

. progrrm;

. fllncrr ior en cloocntrry rhool end . Onrlly,.crtrbllrh-

-ffirlcrdcr h teechcrl
Prolfrm.

prcprretlon- for fo erprldcd and tqily lntcgreled prolrlm ln the new rchool bc*d on tertursr o[ thc pUot rludy

.:-__BEAEONSJttS..

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"c sJ'.sletu:.'---rt:. 4F The siare invori*difi ,"iI"*rd u-- brcukdoslr. ln' lltemp{t lo drjftt up a rctrool plan..cciprOfi: Io lltt r'(rnyrrunlly. The. BOirdts l)t'{rl)osc(l t.enlral .lntirnrcdiate

Urtt

r:ro u

st;-m;j;--'iE;bo.,-l

-- pr4llr b fbo Uocob School. : !. Satlsly tlc melortty d.Drn cot!.ln thel tt ntrhr cblldrciln . lhc- uellhborM end pruvtdca .{on'r htrb-hchor progrrm rod

eroaaftnnffipictnres
Paoigl,

rblltty. of rDatlcrod SIll[-'" "

'1. Co]n..

ro'outrtrdlni,cducaliqnrl

vttLd thc 'ltnanclal lo rupbort

pro"

. tloaal rcrvlca 'tbrl eorld --lnd loug-t"nn-F^ofrem
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- s. prdi.ldAfrFffiEtri-

-carrica;

cetre

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rcry r{'hoeli'crprrlmcntal rtudy.
plannlng

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lu{er1t{3p_,. t hr s| gI_S, tlrsh Scbool. ;-'--'
or',,
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-rrro lor,rl chlldrco tn thc Lnrlcrtld ftbo&. v?, FnlA tlo luturl elllzens ol hdr*ore, ldb rl epgrecietion n{uldcrleltltq of thc vrlue ol lhf 'cntrlbulloor ol the dlvcmc lrurs,rhlcb ilrLC u9 r com.
mrnlty.'.':.,

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tlpgrA0c'cdrXatlonrl ulllilru.oc. cou(tu{lltl

PrQ-.

' 3. Use llrc l.lncoln School handlgafncd ctl[dren for the l]crg* ttcrru:ci-ffirc l0 ruch elarses woutrt he reim. bunr$'by thr. lltare at 12,0fi1 6r Thhr plur
buildlrd q! a centrr for
clecr.

I'|NANCtAl.t.Y ['n.{sl8LE fhe commlttce sald such e.pr+. grrm ls llnqnclally teaslblc due to- lhg Bo$d -rf' lirfueation'r' do.
termlnatlon o( borrowlng r:upeclty is of Jrnuary t. llXil. whlch lt

rupport.tbe grogrrm
I
t

lrom , rcndlng dlstrtcli. would st no co6l
ru ruc r.lrltrwo(xt l'oan6 lo the Eojlewood Board ol Educat.duc!.

lultlon pt)'ntenlr -

rald wurld be l2.lzl,uxi.

llon ).'

wood't publlc llnances tnr

'ttpr{cllooL

PLAN

m" :,ifl,d 1",' t*:'. r"f ,ffi a:nrrnrfifm f(rr Itter.rchql.t,prG
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('rnler: eurrlerrlurn rvorkshop eroler: rdult llbrary (acliltler:

mlnlslrallon otfleen: special'rel. vlce oflcisr: Fehool saiety riotrol

I. Sct up tha followlng faci[. lles ln thc,Llneoln .Sclrool:, ad.

rcdlotr oflthe fqln. tt rakl thc. eommunlly

round rnd jod ordcr. bolh lo lho municlpal apd publle cchml

cnpuble of rpcndlng reasonable runrs to protect itrclf from de.
terioratlon. - Sourcei o! lnformd'iton for thc

gtrmr: rnd.audllorlurn lor
munlty cdulatlo0 tnrl

'ip";i

irdd ,-6t-ih.

com. cuttural

llctcebrr.L;t!. gtcr'tn

.rlrh thr,S*.

lntstrt rnd ivqrk loatt tdldtlt. rtudeot rclf Cddtdcncc sould lead t6 stu. dmtr developing marlmum ef. ilort rnd' rohhvenrcnl. ' 'Thc tchqrl, wHlc workin[ l. ltlntclurr, coutd rhrlr lho rpt. I clllcr ol lhc currlculum lo thc i-!c"{ts ffi n'ndrnrrrnt-llt- prrtr. lulrr chlldren and nt'lchbffhtxxl. ilt mlrht plrnet r ln such rltsl t\ lerlcnrbnr qa lnd profrrm u.tho ur.a ol r canler imonthr j ycer u e place rfrrc chlklrcn cen .llvc and letro lr> 1elher." \. . Thh. phasc 'elro lneluder ?r. lrbilrhlng- r Boird, of Eclrltellon Polley w[h retar{ to rclrool boundery llncr on thc berh of cohGcnlrlc clrclcr dnwn tt, ol ll.mllc fttm creh rchool end erUurtcd to thc mei. crl nlrr.et anrl lo the nbcm.rlty ol provldlrit lntegreled clairet whe,ncver loerlble. Every 'pupll. .' llndcrgrrten lhtoufh rlx. llvlnf wtthln I rrdbr of t mlle woultl eltend hlr
neljhborhood rchool.

fStdn. lLuliidcba

woyln

TRANSI.En, PUPTT.S

m!hr lvisltr to tll elemeotary cchool classgt. --TIFmffl- of ttre lerm namcd
blnger {cptcnrber 12 ari Drj Geor3e C. Boone, State dlreclor for rducatlm ol tbe handlgrpptrd;

eatlon Dr. l'rederick ltt. Itsu,

by Slate Commlssloner'ol

Hdu.,

n . thc l)ngle Srrer.t |:k'hool would opcrste untll'June I ltlti{. Then lt wouH be abandonerl ,

ln.ciluse ol whal . ltre repori Iterm(d obvlorrs obsoleseeoee ind i urrliln-crr lo hourie an etemenlrrv
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tlve ln tbe Slate Divislon on Civll
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tThe Record Trentoa Burcru)
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Iurcr of llra pllol progrlm rl DlnXle Slr""l rehrxr[.
"The necrh rcvrrlrrl hv

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lhr. lkrerrl ol lllueallon'
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rlrrdy and llre; lnlr.r.se lnleicsl ol
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binger reld ycrlerday he dirt not knorr wbrt hls Delt move would tx. ln tho $nglewood rclrmt-dls.. pule .Dort that lhc faet.lindlng report lr llled.

mirsloact Dr. !'redirirk I\t. llau.

Com.

i.. t. A uclghborhocxt ichill-iririllllo:r.

clllrenr ln sehrnl lm. llre wtr ltr Dlrtgh.wuxl lo rll cnllonal pnr*rrnl trvond lo
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"l'll hrve lo s(.c lrow lhe report b recelvxl in Hngleu'uxl," Itaubllgcr rald._
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authoritler $aept rod implonreot the report's proposal. lhe dispute rvould s(\enl lo lle selllerl. lf llrey

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H;Tli5 Uffii''Jrfl n.',: trT lloceliorr remole lrom lhe dense-

. 'fiie prrhllclty wlrich .Hnglc. wend rchrxrlrr heve rer.cnlly rG. eclvcd creutc! n er.ltlng whlch eould norv" be rllrer.ted lowrrd markcd . emphasls 0n progrtm Jnrprovcorenl. " "Suclr r prograni coilhl rnakc tho. lchmt e. powerful ftlrrc in

lhe progxitrl, ltau
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Sprullt crre before hlnr. ln ctrn.

lle'observed he stltt hls lhe

ductlng hearlngr rnd dr.cidlnt lhat case. he'sald. "Nahrratly I wiU be lnlluenced bv tlr. linrlingr ol the comrniltee. llr.r.ouse llrose are peopk that I know arrd lrurl."
had tlre ruthorlty lo dlrer.l lln. gh.wrxxl of f icials lo int;tlenretrt

lle rald lre didn't

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p(tsal . rcqttire tlrr rpndlng' ol I nroney. cnubling lhe sehool boarrl

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comlng lroin rhould lhc
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lo ark rtbrre llre money was llurd ot
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tut{- er en cducrilonal rnd cullural ,Cutrel lor the araa. - - -_ FfdFle user {or thc Llnopln *tgol.orrtllncd ln rtre ieport'fi, elude:

llrllnrate reluse lo

rneke

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lnlegratrvl rclrurl

kidddsrrren

rchml dtrtrlct. "llul I leel lhrt'rve or.crl lo haltr a nrulual rdconrmrxlrllorr hen.. I be llevc-.thnt Hnglewo<xl rr:ally w&ot$ lo-'solVe lli'r. prolrlem. rrrl my leam fcelr llrai tlri.r
rr.lxrrt is a;r ar.<.r.;tluble solrrlion.'.
ll .rl)t|tLtr.t'_ \l-l.l

tton--rnrrorarerl.. adult .-. educrtloa lo' lnclude l.lneoln Schml. bi'red 'ol

cr t(. EXPAND ADULT STI'T'IE.q "f. Expend tho Bisrrl rrl Educr. .

ugnn lhe needr crl rt:sirlenls

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:rror.rr .ry K^rilRyN . .norr.]ood-.Mry":'If,.H.lil,*','ctycrtcrdrywlt.hl;.i}.,''t#'mru:] { .\o lrr: , .. {,ffn"Uf_rTbf{*lF1nu
to'dlrcusr thc Strtc tic-ttnotnd te.ln'r roport rnd roc{m'l
Tbg trleyor eeld thet thcy roito rrclel-lmbllroco vlet'cd _lho .rellent PolTtt 9l thaitocel oppor[lon.

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Jr., Ileigcn County Supcrlntcndcnt ol Schoolrling m.th_9 qoqnmhhocr.-.Feu'

tgGrllr.tlt rrr lur .tlsrr.frflf,, r.rrcr rrrrrr.rtrrss rr. rr.e .w-r b.v lllndhl| ;ff.'ti;' ilriifir'irng'ffi riiiiii'',ilT"ir,iT"J'-r'iiilH.1'li.iy#'ll'fi i:,ffi:: la eny ruItl! ba ltl|I.l. r.{su5., nintrry rchoolr. ' I r

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ol the't'ourih Werrl rad cheodpt rhool bourdrry lln to pnomotc pupll. lotc3rr-

trllthbr' Thlr .plen wrr hdlcd ln July chrnSc bc rrado ltr lhc3rYl lEr| hood.rchool lyrtem. ll whco ttic' Borrd ol SilrPol Erll. hood-rchool fyrlem. lt'reYr &4 thc rcbob. meto votcd !-t !o rlthboh l\rndr Jr no rcSwletlo ln Thc Borrd ol Educdlan beb'' necdcd to rtlurblrh lho old EnSh

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Thc locd.Borril ol Educrlloo proSrtm. Thc Dolrd't Comrnoc rntwcr dn . rlthhcld <.omrncnt on the groporl 1raodlsf lull rnetyrll. Gcrrmr Rlchrtd J. lluSher leH- t:rrcidry-'lhtt rhilc-tre brrn't .1cl rtudld lhc. r.ecom: nrcodetloor he h plci*{ wlth
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I "ln 3rocrel. I heve r plcurd llccUU rbo0l ll." .tbc Governor luld. "lt'r 'Dnobebly pnemtturc ito ray ro. but lt llrleor. well." I Tt trgort wrr mrdc poblh llcdacrdry elter lhc Gmembcr -fhdnl tcrm rpgolnted b'y
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Zuber Bids l{egYoes BackCentralschool, . --:1
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Senrl Says Salis Englewood Movement Will Senrl , /tetegrsmr; Oprloses State Report

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svldcocc ol dellbcrrte *8rclrlion' in Enllcwod rbiiolr. rnd

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lunltler rerc cqual.

thrl ovenll cdrgtlon$

Lbcold*School . Tbc

rrclrl lsrbrlancc did erlrl ln llc el'lecicatrry rchook.. and urjcd prompl rcllon bc lrlco to rrducr lhg cooccilratlon ql Ncgrg, nrplh lo thc Xlgcr-ccnt l{egroi
eExrEn on

Thc rclorl uld. however, thrl

rcol to Boerd rrcmberr ?rPrctl'

clt\nt ITtI:l llly:q.|tt: rchoor. Zubcr reld ldlctrrmt .rlll bc
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Attorney Prul R. Z.uber, counscl lor thc nld ycsterdry thrt -\a h1s -1ketl thJgoup to crprcr ltr full rupport of the llorrcl'of Hdu'
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corngrudly oepo.ltloo. Zubcr reld lbr progonlr lo cllc

mote lutcsrrllon.

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-sqraijluciitsa,-sr. r.-rlfuttsL

ttldll| t.tn r?na ttmPlctelY ulrccrghbb lo Nrlrocr. lncluded bulldTt

!. Mrs. Harold Rosenberg 'questioned 'the' board regardirrg - the blub athleties prografr at bngle Street JUnior Fligh School, claimlng that there .s6ern to b6 insuftic-ient . rnen teachers for the- ciub 'lthletic . program ..there. Dr.
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'bf eclueation shouicl .reeognize the Bituation for what it is an-d change "the boundary lines now so th;t -Lineoln Sehooi could be delsegregated.' I'This would be demdcrztic fproe€rlure," said Mrs. Tinsley and ,rvould be in the interests of' the ehildren who are foreed to so to ,;lhis segregated school wheri' the i.ichooling is inferior and makes ;the ehildfen feel inferior."

flilfK*fr'hsfC1i,'Mr.' Frlbdrrtafi]' {iid Michael Carny of Grand avenue indiedted that they felt the board

day.r,night,::iil :'the absenee ofii I Wilriam *1J; r: Fitzpatrick', /andi ild. crarnai.;. rouseri the iri ofi raf titipe n$ ih. the . o*oard 'rdom.i
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;stearns shiil ,tiie Engle Street Juniior High School, wirile-nof o*'erwlile not overistaffdd; :i9 adeqdately staftea ana

tluti,program if Dr. Charles Kuhfnarin, principal there, will call trpon them. The board'asked him the -to.look_into a matter and try to $bring about broadened club ath;lctics prdgrarn if iL is. required.-. board expiessed some eonI Theovef the fact that four stureern dents rryho have been sent by the board to Bergen County Vocirtional School in l{aekensaek, quit the school belore the end of September.. The matter of tuition igree:. merlis with the Vochtional Sc"hool are, being studied but Dr. Stearns .indicated thar l;he Vochtion Sehool tends tc. regard the agreements as effective even though the students
ha.v€-quit

lhat there are well qualified men on the staff uu handld an adequate

itlfr,f,lnHJj,,f;#j9nqfl'*j,llH l"sc, t1i,$rty.$0iichlsiors tnd : eofiln ; drr ah i.. brliuri i:'stilui
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::tlle i O0Hfd'Sl'"b|lildin g exUqnsjoh: *n:i.Unan$wered!a..,; He .. enh dtto, ,€3.et : tif r;.:tltd;r-PfArt Council i weie
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old . panet, board having detirior-

buildings r;.wer.€ authorized: . Replacenrent of eleetric liehtirfe on the Junior Fligh School itaee. the

{"'seveial imprtivements' to the

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t;",,1r;;"*_i, i" in" "I promise you tbis: Before I "uJiuo;:. I -st"t. ""i $it lliog ir oier the | N"y.-Jerley ir going to-"liri-, I and Deg,-and ora-v_for Negroes in tr Englewood ana ll"gro"rT" triJ; rest of tbe state io-iie-ai ilt i['l I their backs." I . rle ."ia'-itu American lvegrojl is going to be absorbed l"1.;-il;11
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't:ffi?t,"" fight

":, the . _p,ttt,"g Forirti, =u;".0 eoinc to sotve th; p;;;i;I lgJschoor

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2ubJr;;: ..IIe i.ndicated sit-in, ;;"tJ il iurg"o. Cf"rr" one of_ tle tactics emptovJ, t"i lr*. ^. A. C. -e. : -il refused;; sa- any action *,as l, ptanned foi iomorro"'-{-ci*fr I II t. meeting. '. just be there ald--- I /I ."Yo_u I rarlar nappens," he saidwhat happens," he'said- -- """ I "". Fourth ward Councilmao vio- I Four_tfr Ward Councilman Vin- jI I c.enre- K. Tibbs said be li,"rgi,t I I the, State ._plan u.as ',iq,'1,?"i:: | i{il".i5;"u'iU be Ttx riOicufois- i "All it :i!ii js gi--Ti"; ' I -ri;ii"i I
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The State report. ordered in
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lncreases and evictions utrich

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,,. pro.xirnit.v to lhc skrr:.1, hearllirrerl .. Englcrroocl's finances ar.c soun<l Str.tl.qcsls: Closc Lincolrr, [Juild Ncu,, arirl in goocl o,.rler... Englervoorl lras a Iegt'llc r\11." l{e inrlicaLerl lhaL it u.;rs u.ell-or.clerccl .finarrcial str.ucLur.c... tjn_ rvltitt: l)el'sorl n'hrr hatl calletl lris gleu,ood has nol rnainLainctl tetttion tcr it. suf ing u.as a subtle lion [r;, rlcsi.gn . . . Iinglel,crorl scg.l.eguhas 1ir:r,IttetnPt to Prc.irrtlicc Pcople aguinsb thc viclerl eqnal Leaching staff, lncili[ics.

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I lool<s lrs if l)enrocrals arrd Reptrhli. 'l'lre Zuber <',rrrntenls orr lhe c:rns ar.t, hl*ing a cl;rnrlestine lor.e 'o. l Dot't of the slate e(llcutors sent I affnir. (|\:ot. us. (ir1yo1.614, llughns I }lere bV Conrrnissionar l,'r.c<lor.ick I lras ;,1ive rr rrs lhe ;rxr: c\..n lhott(h I lW. Ratrbinfer *.c'e nrrde ill i nlcot. I il u.,,. thc Nc.(r.ocs th.t eleclorl lirrc o( 100 at r\crrlenric ilall called I hinr. bV the linglervood i\lor.enrcnt. 'l'ho j ,.ll,rv d'r.o th.se .rllcge<l statr: 1

'l'lre Statc Rc. llrt,hirrrl hiru,,to rlisrrrpI nr..1.1, 111cnt. l.)trglervoorl school I irrg of the l[;ryor nnrl (jouncil anrl rr';rs elrllucrelizcrr as :r Iof the Bo;rr.rj or r.llrrc;rrion hv dcrrrIsrtlratir)n "whitor*rslr" :rrrrl (lo'ornor lltrghos |.ns(r.;rri.rrs. inclutlin( siL.ins. .,y,rrr | I turts :rccrrse<l of unrrl rricr ir .nc* urrrr *o. c;rn rrrr ir.;rg;rin,,. 'nscirlrrtirr( I pus.svlooltng r)n lhe inteArillionlhe sairl. ,As Far As We Can in l.irr;;lerr.rrotl as rvcll as j lnrrestion Go, t!rr.rrAhorrt thc sr*tc in a syrer:crr | "rr. lo,rks as if r'c rr;rvc becn r'lrl I j hv .l,aul B. Zuber. herc S:rtur(l;r)' j this is as flr as rve can go anrl it
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js norv rr:or..l::::.,n:::^:' trrt' rirne Io rishr. rr jril brrt *'c rl ,ng..u and ,ru,,roa..''iu I ::]:j;11 ,.:::: .nteun our

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ling rnd crictions "as though people rs'cre trying to get r.id of Negrocs." ' 1le said rcnts for hovels .tre as htlh ;as rcnts being chalgerl in En:lcrvorrrl's

llc s;rirl llrt,re ar.c jnunrnr.t,s inst.ances ol rc,nt Aon1.
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lrvrrre rcfu.secl arlrnission to eurrles ISchool ir t'{:rr aAo, ',lf nentl be rre rvill arl<l (;r)r'etitor IIlAhcs' t,) thc I I srrit." llr. Zrrircr sairl. I (jr,rrncilrnan Virrccnte l(.'l'ilrhs Ishatprl tlre platfornt s'ith ltr. Zlrj iler and rvas the first speaker. lle rleclarccl that housing is beconring I i morc scriou.s than thc school .situI itirrn as f;tr as the l,'otrr.th \\tarrl

.r\nv l'tlnrler thc u'oyrl ,,c.rpg.[s', lrc-1 volvecl rrer.e Negrocs! conles a bit u,eal,isonrc? A;lart from tlrc abovc nicc llrirrgs irr \\rc r.esept tlris yisitatio,5,\,thc cillul of Lincoln School, urrrl iris irrsinrr- lhis netv s[ate rellot'1, u'e clrn f inrl IiLtlc 'r.inations; to srrl' nol.hing ul' lis 15r.c:rls. s0 [:tt' Lo ntltlic scttsc lo rts.

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S-colunrn stol..\' on. thc state r.epor.t otrsolcti anrl r.econrrlcncling that it llc n'hich rlitln'0 cornc irr urrtil 5 p.rn. In clispo_sed of to the cit.y, Ithet' rt'ottls. thc State Rclroi.L sto'..y Norv tlris is 1,h:r[ Ijpglr:rr.6orl lr:rrl rt'as thctt stt'ctchcrl out act'oss Lhe lop been.given to llir.st ls:t sirrrple c.rpetlicrrl anrl rlibh no l.c- Stcar.irs ReporL unclg.sLurrrl h.v Llrc Ohio olilf)i4 antl b.y the latitnship to the slot'ics beneath it. So State Relloi.t of 1f)i6 u,hen Lhc Ro;rytl ntttclt for the lllaccrncnt. of liclucalion felL u:c rnusl l'l:rvc a noi, Scconrll.v, irs to usirrg thc \\,01.(ls school. .r'lVhilcs--Anrl Ncgt'o" in thc sc.\ ring BuL t,his \vas 101 u,hal u.c \rL,r,e !.i\.(,ll stolT': \Ve.hatl conll)laints flonr rvhite to unrler.st:rncl in thc lalcr.Stclr.rr:r ll.c-

of total integralion. ancl opliortunities rviilrin it.s fr.anrcFirst, to clis:rbusc hirn of l.haL irlea: rrorl( . ..,, Ihe fot'ntat ol' P;rge One hatl lreen all Therr too, these state e.xper.ls put the ;ct rvith cvcr'J'thing inclucling the vcrJ, olcl Engle Streel Junior flig[ School hearllines th:rt;rppear.ccl e.rcepL for.thc builclinf back into focus by callin.q it
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thtl if the 1lt'r,sent trcrrrl conlinues out- a clilssl.ooln btrilrli'g; co'ver.b iL irrtri :rl arlr'inistr.*t,ive truiltli'.g lrlus ir migt'ation .[ *'hites arrrl increases of school for.bhe hanclicapllcrl chilrlr.crr Negrocs *'ill a'oi^r rvhere the'e Bergen count.\,, anrr as an Aclurt 'f rirru'cach r'ill be not)ting
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us in a s1rir.it, of anti- cellLer: alrl the1, Lhe lliece rlc rr-.sist_ Ne.gt'o: tlris is s:ritl i. thc interesLs of :*ee, el.ecg:r ne\v school :r irlock-arrtl_._ the Ncgro ;ls u'1.11 :rs of Lhe rvhite, anrl prrlr a'eir rve believe th:rl, Negro anrl rvhiLe, in half :rr'*y in the l,lacliry Apar.t fr.orn tlre a1l1lar.errt, *..stc of their lre:rr.L ;rncl soul. rvill arlmil, this. 'the Negr.o .o,,,niinit.,, rrocs ,,,rirl to see an.1' l'ur.tlrer. increasc 'orNcgr.o ilili,1-,i:t::i"ji'_.::,1,.:.J:i.ll ,,)i,:,',1; in those lo s.horn \\.e have ttlkc.tl scc, llolltrlaLio. in Utiglctvoo<I. rvhal this *,oulrl rlo lor'itr.rls co'r.ecti,.,e \\;e t'c'iLer':tlc out'r'escnlnrenl ovcr. t'itcial irnbalattce. Application of thc that vi.sitation. \Ve hupc lhal irlentif i- concentric circlcs for r:erlistr.icling shorv cation of Ncglo or rvhitc irr stor.ies rvilI that nta.ybc the Nc.gro concenlralion ttot llecottte :ttt cssentiul part of neu.s- could be t'etlucerl to gb lrcr.ccnl inslcarl Ieportirt.q :trrrrrrrrl lrcrc, lrrtl LhuL tlrc of the prcscn[ 98 1ler. cctrt. Ne.grol's tttttl rrltites in our conrrnunitv \\ic rlotrbt thab the [.-our.th \V:tlrl is can l.esull.rc tlre lr:rr.nrorw thirL userl lo goin.q to like tlris irlcil 1lIr.ticular.l,v irr
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\ve r*tr-c. hcc^ r.e1ro.ri'g rurr.v o,., ail lf[:",',',:':i]"rll:.""i,f-l::"lit . l.:.tli;-l"i: thc nerys devcloprnorls. in thi-s rvhole tfro-...0,u,r*,rii"ii"" of using Lincolrr conLl'ovel.r\ial rnuttcr aurl u.c hlve beerr School ,,, o ,.ofionrri school for. the hnnouLspolien erUtor.iall.v. No subtleties <lica1l1;ecl of Lhe count_v. arc rr':rnterl in a situation th:rt Negr.ocs Biri .rr.e al.e sul.Lr antl u'hites rrlnl to sec r.c,stor.erl to Thc st:rte r.eporL of sr-rnretirin.s elsc:

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..rhtlcvc.r.f.I,,p. Ita|c beetr rvorrdeliu3 .,*.r..-,:::ll:; 'ccialll' ' tt:(i'tts r' ca'r'-\j ,,," ,".,n'fj,turlgc ql tt,c pil,n"io"ilt.,d. 6ortlon j.I. Brog,n tlris rveei lretted to t'e pl:rns cr trre Ita1,o'' 1f"i'.iilcr1itj, , 'f',9 jurr.cc i ,u,, irrrr. intleed. r,r. .r.c. ",,l,rue. i lrttlcl cotrrrcil to irrstittrt. o,ro.rr'.1.in.irllru'go.,rlorrg rr,rih tlie pr.ogr.r'rr janrl conrnron .sup'o.tcrr trre .\la1.or coincil in lr'atlic no'th orr G',r.ci-Engre ."irl.i i,i,,,r,rg ir i;rro orr..t u,,'ir-r'r..lj ir,ri ;hj;'j:";.,i,l,i'j.rr,," tlre ctairr procecrurr ri,,gr. :,r,,r ;;;;,;;. on rhc rishr.. I

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I coir''tr :rurhoritics. "iorr :rncr rin';rcrsrrorr arrthol'itics ,,, a rrv petition .signe6 rry 'rr. I 'n,rsr.rroo1-,'.l,,ron*. nrore grar rla.vor .\rrslin I rnirrr.at.trr..qe \. \'olk. ('rrrrrci,. hoDettrl lhal a .{ol(rrror u ili .r.,e ques I :,soii ,t.ickrror.i \\'ilti*'r D. leeting rhrl the orc.\rir),i ,i;;-Jii;;'i,,,i,ii,tast I fliilr.d: colunrn orr l.lr.. orrrer. rrrerrrr)er.s nl il,. ci,u,,ci1, Itl .r",u is.the urrsn.er. ,o ...,\r. i tlr" rrattot-.nci ,]0...1*, I artil lJrrsirress r\gin1ip1511.xror. 1,ou in (ierll.i: Eoth (lran<l ncnr'" "nn*..,in,.r. j ii,,r.";;' ;;r;;;:;inc u,,,i' ri,,lr. llliro. ltlrve tttect lrerquerrtl.v 11.ii11 istrceL at'e count.v roarls arrtl Ior. 1 cnrcntary sclrool g.a.cs cer.tain el. fr.onr l'cir | )la.r'or \\'illa'd Il. linorr.lton ,,,.,,t i thirt l c:l:ion the..cil.,; 'lcniril1. councilrrrr,rr .c.nlto( pr.o-, p'esent schools into a singlc school rrs n.ell ls u.itlr j cee<i Itrtonr:rticall.r rr ith its ;Nn lor such grarlcs,., Irr esscnce it t'e;rt'csertl:rti'cs .f tlrc Brru'rl 611 ,rr'tictrlarll, * herr lr rreig'. jI ,,,.uu* li.t,.i'r]ou"i,, r.r,n. ol a cnn. llot'itt,: I"t'eeholtlet's lo tliscrrss 'l'enirtl.r.i ' 'l:rtis. to\fn conlcil(l.s llrrl il. rr.ortlcl I lr.nl schooll,,, ob,iccti'rs. l:rtlcct it ntlvcr.scl1,. I,:rr,:lerrlor 'l'hc IJrrlurrr:h r,i 'l'crr1r'l). 1:rs willrin Rightr :rr.'corrlrl plot'eeci rlirrr tle ,,rr,, .., r,lll i 'l'lrt' stril r|ils irrslilrrterl h1, tcrryrtr-'d to lrlock tht, one.u:rr. pltrrr irroIth :rs ('lrestnrrt sircct buL oili. j trr,o 'if it t'r'rtclres :ts Iur ll0l.th ,,, fi,,rf . icirrls Ieel lh:rt. glre.sl,rlt st."*i"rs; l'inSlcrroori citizlns, ll r'. lrrrcl Ilr.s.

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since the [nglcrvoocl Board of ]Jd. ucation is not an elective borly so tl that the Sreople slrorrld be given opporl.ttnit.v to c.xpress thcir 'llan opinions, the trlayor anrl Councill did not escecd thcir authouity ltut I eontrary s'erc acting.in lhe 'i

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lother body has llris :rutholity. IIc lsairl tlrc lloar'<[ slrortlrl nol. be stth. ll I .iect to lhe plcssures tltc t cferen.

lintelnre<liate scltool plan. rvlrich lho I tioarrl of Erlucalion pt'oposed in ,lrr. I lr'. 'fl'" plan rvoulrl lrave fitth anrl I sixth !rarle sturlenls ft'ont throttgh. I orrt the City attenrl classes at one I sclrool. llrc)-lin noted tlle Dolld of lScnnnt Estitn:rte has nol- lctetl on I the plan.

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Mru. Debordr E. Sprtrlll 2?9 Rogcnont Plroc
Englewood, Ncu Jcnroy

Dear l.Ins.

Sprulllr

Rcr Sprulll v. Board of Eduoatlon of Ennlewood. New Jeraev The Comlsgtoner of Edr.roetlon of, New Jereoy hae gnanted, thc Board of Eduoatton another cx pante 6xtengLon of tlnc to ansusn tho petltton untlFuovTfiFer 15, \?6?e booeugc of thc Boardf s oiain-init tfrcy nuat gtuaf ' ffnillngr rnadc ln a neocnt survoy of the gegi,egeiron-pr5blcn.
Stnoerely yours,

Merlr Lr Manotu Asslstarf Corurscl
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ER.SoNAL
MEMORAI'IDI]M
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INTER.COMMUNICATION

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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION From:

F. M. Raubinger
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SIjBJECT:

ENGLEWOOD AND ORAIIGE

in

the present

I t}l.ink the appoinfuirent of the trro teams to inquire into eonditions Englewood and Orange, their assignment, the dates oi ttreir work and the two published reports are fanriliar to you from prior memos and. fr,jm copies of the reports wluich wele sent to you prior to their release. Assrrmiti tnis, e
memo

is to bring you up to d.ate

Both teams were cordially received by the board.s of educatlon of when ftll-l- oral reports were given, questions asswered", and rrports left '!'rith boarrt members. Copies of tfie r"ports rf,ere sj:nultaneously made available to the press. Press both in news coverage and edi"e"Ltioo, torial conmentr was unifor:nly favorable. No one has challenged thJ valid..ity of the data.

the twc commrnities,

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1o" '3. Meanwtrile, we are going ahead. with the hearing procedures jn bottr eases, hbping that a solution wilf ue arrived. st, howevei, before the cases come to a conclusion.
lived in

in close touch to see if the report a3d being given serious consideration. We knew itrt sone time would be required for absorbtion of the report and for jud.gments to form. T-he lornty Superjntendent of Bergen Cornty wil-t attend. the exeeutive meeting of !|-" F"glewood Boarrl on Novenber 7 to try to determj.:oe r+trat action, if anJr, i" llkely taken. In Oranger w€ intend to make the same ki:rd oi rottow-up.
the recormendations
In-Englewood, we have kept
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want to eonmend. the members of the two teams. They ILteraILy or. near the eomrnrnities for more than two weeks, r,vorlcini long hours into each ni-8ht. They talked. lnith hund.reds of individuals and representatives of organizations. They culled an enormous anount of facts. tn itrort, each one went far beyond the call of duty.
As yolr know, I have no entertainrnent aceount. I should l1ke to have privileql 9f . taking these men and their wives to d.jrner at State expense !h" (perhaps $Z5O.oo) at convenient timer 3s a sma1l token of appreciation for the work they did.."6r" f shal1 certajnly keep you informed of further d.evelopments.

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DEMOCRATS
Snt.krrrv

I l()rrlrcls
I

Congr?ri
Su

Urban Leag
Fincls Committee
I

lntel';trccl iatc st.hool as rccornnrcrtdec! bv the Doarcl ol liriucation.

' .lolr l"io Irl

rroga te

Frccholdcrr llosli in
t-)
I

l.srrtr

I

Counc Uls lev

iI

(First Werd)
(Socond Wrrd)
Ilc'Cr,rrllcss ]lut's;rr,
I

.{henff lrl l'ivc .vears irrstcatl lltrcc t(, crrr.r'csponrl rrrth tt rrrrs "No"

'l'rvo Jrtrllltc rlrrestiorrs ;tt.t: itt the l;rst t'olunrn rrf tlrt, llullot.'l'lrr: l'ir.sl qttcsl itrn n'oultl [it thc tt,r.nr of thc
ol ol

lrrtr i q

binger"s coir,rnittce cntitlcrl.
Sitrrl-r'

irr thr: r:lcrtrerrtar.-v sclrools. Scht.lol ,l.he lloa'4 ng . orsrnization alonc rvili nut prrrvitlc l)ir.cctor.s ol. llre Ert.c_leu,o.cl Li'lla,., j t,r1 u:r I etlucatioual r_rllportunity Ior [,eagtre. Ittc. hus .strrclierl in tlctail iall. ]-lLrl, lt cctttt'al 'ittl"crnrctliatc ll:c l'cl)ort oI Corrlrrissig6cr. Ilar:. j sclt,,ol. ttigct]etr rlitlt irrrlrror r:rl crl.
ENGL.E\\:OOD

Report Laclcing
_

nritlce's t'c1rot'L brins-.s oul in shalp ftrctrs (hc etlucltiorral tl ifIcr.enccs rr hiclr .slenr l'r.crrr r.aciul inrbalancc

l'lrc dala pr.escntert jn thc

corrr-

,.,,\

courrty clcr.ks and surrogatcs. ,\

"Yts" r'olc
rlef

.'.ir.;rnts

Ihr:

est.errsioLr.

lur rll

'l'lt,: sccorirl (lrrcslirtn corrccr.ns llrc estallrrslrrnont of a Ccntral Sclrool

e.'ts il.

F,ttglcu'ootl Publ.ic Schosls.'' '''1.,. illan I-ca3tte l',-'cls the lloarcl ol'L,clUt'ltan [,eagr:e fincls the lllap srrg- i trcation Plall (lcscr'\'t's thc srrplltir.t .gestc(l ll.r. the corlnrittec ..rr autirrs i t ^ Jlnglcrt'oorl cilizcrrs as a stcp in rnalr.,,' r'es;tr-.cts ancl noL ecltrc:rl.iorr. ; trtrt'rlt'(l att t:tl ltciitionalll' ;rrirl n.lu, r:ll1' anrl financialll' sotrrrrl. r'caiis- I tllal[]' srtttttcl soltrliorr lrr the plolrtic ancl feasillle. Tlrcr rcco''t.l(.n(la- I lctrt.s.u,.iticli.sturr.lt.rrnr ihc pr.cscnt

oI R1ci1l DisLr.illutigrr irr

11.,a

iscltrtols l(tr,'ilr<.[ tlrtl irjcal. '['h1

iti(iliiotlltl

1tt'o'.it'urrts,

u.ill nlolc

thc
Lir.-

I
'

I.rplllrrvit[.

h rnd 6th tl.adc l)upils in l'lttllt'rvootl. l\ "Ycs" r.otc rvotrlrl inclicale trppr.oval I,'No" rolc rlis.
5t

j,"''i i'bararrc'e lll."l,,,;i"lflli.,:1:,,1i:..'i],I::l;.,,1:,,'n
its repult. Rathcr- thun rcrlucc thc ii
concen.tration

j

A

t.-_

of r\c3r'oes in

tire

i

i ivcrr clccli,.rn in l)tSierr,uud sirrcc i rtrrrre t.f l he rirr jrrr. oIl'iccs srrclr as !I'rcsr.'t.nl, (iovcr.nor., or llul,rlr ar.e lat stul<c. t llut in l.lnglcrvoorl lhc voting is I rpt to be exccptionally heavl' bc. I c.',rse of the refereric[um on lirr l,:entral school question. rvhrch iu. l volv s the ncighbor.hootl school ' polif],. 't'lre q11p*1'1ys was l)iaCed rln i-ti.r.;.'hrUaLa!. thc r.:,;uaii of. utrr,:r
i'ihon
2,5OO

't'hrs rvorrlri or-tlrnlr.ill hc ;irr cll..

tencl to pel'pctuatc ancl ct'1'stalliz.e i thc racial inrbalancc s'hic!r plcscnL-

Linr:oln School. the proposals rvorrkt i

ly

I

exists.

jfully studied the

"Thc Url:an League. har,ing c:u'c-

pr.tblican' Adminisfration, rv h i c h bloeked the renovation oI the aban. doned Engle Strcet Junor High School rvhich has since been characterizcd by the State as obsolete,
has oppo.sed the Central School.

petitiondrs. end. the;rte-

glcs'r.'q4 Conrntittcc [o Savc Orrr. Neighborhood Schools (S. O. N. S.) and lhe Euglcrvood Taxpaycr.s
Lc:rgue.

s,hiclt is to bc found in thc colunrn on the ballot arc ihe

.Ioining the rdnriiri.;tration in urg. in- I "No" vote on this qrrcstion
Iasr En.

\Vhile cleploring the placin.< of the refercndLuR on tl:e bailot becattse sueh action pl'ecnlpts the legal responsil)ilitt' ot tlte Boarcl ur Iidtr' sPonsll)lllt!' of l.he j)oalu of .cju(r' l,
j

in reducing raciai imbalance in Engl ervood e le llre n ta ry sch ools.

iterates its snpport for a central int.errrediate school as a {irst step

conrnritlc/e '.s.data ariA,",observa tions-'. ana, :fravi ng " reviewed its orvn analJ-ses, firmll' re-

eatirrn for cletct'tnining ecitrcational policy- and scts a llad prcccdent for' alt Nerv Jersey' .school iloat'cls. thc

I
I

i i

Lirh:n

Leagrr4 slrongl"v' ul'gcs tha'"

Englcrvood votel'.\ vote "YES" inii support of the iclca ol l centrll fl
ll

Councilnran KurL ..\. Er..slcv of Lhe \Varcl and O. Carlys.le llcCair. dles, tlrc Republican canrliriate for Councilnran in the Sccon<i \Varcl, oppose the celtral sehool idca anrl urt' being suppolted h1' several cotnlulittcc.s oiganizcd in their. behalf.

!'iist

tlividcd on thc refercnrlrrrrr
Dorninic

I)entocl'atic lcadcrship has bcen

a d..finite.stanrl in favor of t:hc Crntral Sr:hool anrl has ct.iiicjzert the Itepublican Adnrinistr.ation for failing to act.
a rnernber of the Council for-three ]'tais..scrving as cltairrnan of Iin.

i.s Dcnrocr.rtic candidate for Council in thc t'irst \\'ard ancl l{crhctt !lonig in the Seconrl \\:ard. llr.. lloniq 111._s 1211.n

J. llarsar

isstre.

Ilr. Erslcv is a l)nslless nlana;:er anC co.st accounlant and has been

.rnec. Ilis rrrnning ntatc is O. Carr l1'sle .\lcCandlcss. of 2S0 ilounl.ain r oad, a larr'1'er rr.ho specializes in financc and taxatiorr. He is running to strccecrJ Councilrnan Edrvard S. Brocl'ic rr.ho r.etires at the cnd nl his tlrrtr ltccause of piessure of
business.

)nent lor nearly 40

in rclcrans af[airs, anrl has bcen sith thc U.S. Post Otficc Dcpart,\lr ilonig is an elcctt.onic.s cn.
.r.ears.

of

Jlr' )[ars:rr.is a lifclong
I'inglervood, has been

r.esirlent

a

learler

:lin,'er. has tuolked on missile projects and othel technical progranrs, is a veteran of \1'orld'W;rr II anrl has bcr:n active in local civic af.
Ia

ils.

.-::l.tl

/With contest." only for Fir.st ancl Seconrl Warrl Councilmcn: and \r.ith Coun-

|ieiglrborhoocl School I,JIfi't / Q^^^ Tr^ Position TT r n V T)^^:r:Sees Its Uphelct
'rrr':-iire'tirsidwOodrstliool,1srt'ultiOirri..tir--tir.furn'r.rr.rrit

trltlul

cilman I(urt A. Erslev of lhe Fir.st \ltard and O. Clrlysle llcCrnclles his mnning m:rle in the Second Wlr.rl. the Republicans huve Lrvo nren u'lro s'ill
supporL the

IINCLEWOOD L The t\rgtc. l groups, and ce"tain irrcliviriuals :rnrJ r*ooct conrrnittce to save b u rl orgonizations in Errgtcrr.oocl to set Ncighborhood Schools to<la-r; de-l up a (lentrel Internretlia'.e School, elarect rhal ti'p recent state Rlnort I our decp c.nviction th4i ours is

firm st:rnd the

Republicarr

Administration has taltcn Lo pt.esc,l.\'c

the Neighborhoorl School Polic.v. 1'he
of
Adnrinistration lrls bloclierl the aLLenrlll Lhe Board of Erlucation to estrrblish a Central School for. all 5th and 6th Graders, a move that rvotrlrl conrpcl parenLs to conrpll'; lh:tL rvoulrl cosl $i10.000 for thc fils[ 1.ear. lo l.c'novAte 'tvhat th". State itself calls'an obsolete Building, :rnrl tha[ rvould :rbr.ogntc Lhe
Neighborhood School principle. To give the people, all the
1teo1lle, an

-*i**)-r*,yar* :haci.6t l€a$t cledred+;tariri{trrflitfiej;cent. deve{opments. Ourfight is not ehargc of segregation by du.sign I over yet. \\'e intcr'rd to 'carry it on and that it confirnrs the S.o.N.S. I it.s conelusion. In the mcantime, clairn that the abandoned Englel*e should like to subrnit this rcstreel' Junior t{gih school is ob- | port to the people of Englervood, solete :rnd should be disposed of lrvith our gratitude to the vast ma-l for conrr'ercial de'elopment.- joritl' $'ho ha'c supportc.d us inf The S.O.N.S. statement follorvs: I| this conrrrron caus(. to Sar.s Ouri Oo not Discriminate Neighborhood is highl.v gratifiecl i "s.o.x.s. is gratifierr rhat rhd ll.r' the substantiation of our posi-i Fact-Finding c o rn nr is s io n hasl
Clommittee

''Thc

r

i

Lion b.r' the Rauhinger Fact-Irincl-I found and annourrced publicll' tha{ inr conrnriltee. Thesc findirrgs rc-i Engles'ood crocs nrrt discrinrirrare.l frrte nranl' of tlre rvil<l rnd unjust I rloes not scgregate b.r' design. ancll charges hurlecl ar the peoplc ofl that there is equalitl,of cducation-l Engleruood these past fcrv months. l ar opportunity in alr our elenrenta.l ".\fter having resistecl all at- | 11' schools. If an.,-thing, the reportl iempts lll' the Englersood Board of I indicates that Lincoln school re-l
E<iucarion,

opportunitl' to e.rpress tlrenrselvcs orr
the matter, the Republican Adrnirrstr.ation has lllaced on the ballol a r.efer.enclunr regarrling this prolloserl centr.al_ school. IIr'. Iirslcv anrl trIr.. .\tcCandless aclvocate this r.eferenclunr for' [hey. ar.e
' ,.a:

",.,",,.0 0..,, "

*, **,,r*r*H.Al

clearly for Lhe Neighbor.hootl School antl against lhe Central School. The
DemoeraLs h:rve sponsorerl thc Ccnh.al School, rvith tlteir Second \\rarrl canrli-

date, HerberL Honig, onc
exponents.

of

iLs chief

A voLe "no" on thc r.eferenclnrn, which is the last colunrn on the'l:allot, rtill let the Administration knos' rr.here the city starrds. Likeu'ise. strong support for r\'[r. Erslev antl i\,Ir. l.tcCanin the I'irst and Scconcl War.cls rvill strengthen the Arlnrinistration in
dless

its

policies.

Furthermore, Englcrvood'has maintained itself on a sounrl financial basis , , through jts team of dcdicatetl :rnd ablc offieials. IIr. Iirxlcv h:rs been an irn' portant parl of tha[ tcam. rvith his
man, administrator, atrcl cost accounlant. Ancl his running mate, I[r. l'IcCan ,.*' 'dless, as a lauler specializing in fin:rn .iT t.r ', 1,,icial ancl tax ntatte-rs, u'oultl pcome lgreat added assel.r
,-q.FF-F.'*a

,,,

Aftlfuted aitb The Naional Urban l*agae
28 Nonrrr Varq

Bnuxr

SrnsBT

LOvSLL

84988

Encrrvooo, N.

J.

OFFICERS

Arxoro E. Bnowx
Prcsident
Punay C.

ilovober 2,

L962

Eowgo M. Cmunn Surrs
Vicc Preeifunts

!{rss Serone preus Sccrctarll
Ues" Ar,sEBr

L. MsrzoBa

Trcasurcr f,rss CARor,urB B. CglprN
Qrrpr.ng B. EnffOX E onorara Viac prcciilantc

S-bate Offlee Ad:Ctne lbenton 21, I{er Je,rsry

the Hmsrabl,e Bicbard C. Enghes Governo'r, State of U€il Jersey

ME![BEBS

Jorn R. Eor,r.roey
Ar,ve R.

Ssurn Eucr.tgs, Jn. Irs. CoNucar Gim
Eer.renu

M. C.Aupsrr,r, vns. Munney C. Corux
CsAar.Es

Dear

Gcrelnr ftrgbes:
T-D

Iroxeao J.

ras. rns.

Jnlrnrs, M.D.
LnIBOWITZ

SrrrnOy M.

BAyMoND JENNTNG8 LEoNARD KABp

CEex.ug W. Lownr, rnc. GeoB&E lf,Ar8

III

Jonr M. prcrnnnrc
Donero

A hre-Axx porx,
I.
Sgr.ny

^rrq.r'E. Caenrns C. penr.rn, Jn.
Eerny pessow
M_D.

Nrrrrgrr

}iDs rrlth our.ryrry dlecussio!", r an sendi.ng a stEdy ;hteb ras repaJled icr the Board,-of fgtl Directons qf ths helenDod IIebeD Gagu€ by our Edtrcatioar CmltteE. thig reprt ls a digestfve anA f*erpetlve statened of, nA sbrqr of Bacjar Dtstrlbutioa rr the h&l grood,r il-, Jergey, Prrblic schoorsn repsred by the csmt t'tee appolated by ttre errrnnt ssLmer- of Edncatioa.
bgcerdth

Lrs. Ronrnr Scirenz,

Jn

Irs" Lors T. Wu,r.rrus Jrns O. Wr.lrr
bweno M. Cnem

Irs. LESTEB E. Terr.on Tnr,rerr Wlgnvs, Jn. Irs. JosEps M.'W'srrr

Ireuu.r E. Surrs, t[.D. SsrrarD Surrs

r an psssing this on to Sruu for ysur lafmation and to J,et Srou see oua reactioa to thig rcport. candid]f,, F e$e not et aLL epreci.Btd.rB of thig actlm on ths par;,of tho cd.ttee and re fee.L that re riIL d necessity be reqtfred. to rqrk cLoseJy Tith tbose people rrbo belLeve IF"t agglresslrt actLon shquLd be talcen o this natter tbrough
tbe corrrts.
$efopetfuUy yours
lfonroe D. DmSJ.ng t Dcegutive Dlrectm

PAST PRESIDENTS

Jonr E. Prenr

ClerLus C. pe&nc, Ss.

fnr.rrx

Dn E. Enner Gu.us E. Jrrrnre, D.D.S. Srlusox

Dr. Josx W. Devrg

brwr I.I).

h-^\b

EXECUTIVE I'IBECIOB Dorzuro

cct

cet lh. lElllat Hart
Csnnrl

ssLmer naEbi-Bger

Connualty Ghcrt

&EGt'

Englewood, IIew Jersey lioveurber 3, l?6?

The Honereble Rlehard .T. Hughps Gover:ror of New Jersey i ) Trenton z,t IIew Jersev <o

(c4,/
,? L1V ,/ L/

I

l2.t

Dear Governor!
Beeause vre are arf,are of ;rour eonslderable interest arrd eoncern for solving the oroblem of raelal funbalanee whieh now exists in your attentlon to &g]gggo3_fub1_1-e .!choo_l-p, _.Ie resDee+,ful-l-y dtreet t=8il;nsiA;;;Ti;;G"afgdfi'3 360 in thts letter.

resfflrn:rng our surroort of the Central 5th ard Craae Sehool as fonnule.ted and voted into polier by the Board 5tn of Edueation, sone cl" the undersUned have already presented to the nenbers of the Boarri of ECueetLon their aporaisal and evaluatlon of the safient pol.nts nede hy Cortrnlssioner Raubingerf s Faet Finding Corrrnlsslon as weLl as the argunents DresenteC by those r*ro opnose the Central Sehoolo
!r-o

in addition

The asoeets erohasLze are 3

of the Faet Pinding

Reoort, t'hieh we should

ltke tc

1. The Faet Flndlne Connisslon Reeort does aelcrrenrledge the €xistenee of r:aeial lrnbalanee wlthln the EnglemooC Fublle Sehool-s. ft, does aelcnor*Iedge tbat this raeial l.nbalanee eonstltutes a soeial and edueatlnnal evil whieh ts a slgnifleant negatlve faetor wlthin the ldneoLn Sehool eontributing to a high rate of under
aehlevenent and droo-outs.

2. The renort of the Faet Findir€ Conrrtsslon ael,oro'-ledges the resDonslbillty on the oart of our Clty Adnd-nlstratlon to eorreet. thls soelal and edueational eviI. 3. The Faet FlnClng, Cormlsslon eonsiders the Ensle Street Sehool obsolete, but ls, neverthel-ess, prepar^ed to reeommend the use of the Engle S^,,reet Sehool for a llrnlted oerlocl of tlme.
The rraJor arguments advaneed ln oDDosition and 5th Grade Sehool are as foller.rs:

to the Central 5th

1. 3.

The Engle Street. Sehool-

ts considered obsolete.
r^rill inerease taxes,

2o -{ Central- 5th and 6ttr

Grade Sehool

The nelghborhood sehool anproaeb should be retalned regardless of the edueatlonaL and soeial- problerns whteh our eowrmrnity is trwing to reso]-ve.

Qrr r^enlrt to these obJeetlons ls as follorrs:

1. Although the Engle street sehool is eonsiderecl obsol-ete, it has never offielal1y been nrled as unusabl-e and unsafe for o?cu'aneyo The sta.te Faet Findlng connnisslon itself has reeonmended the use this Sehool eryen ln the faee of tts own statenent that the Sehool-of is g IU llu:11*:": It is o-o". assur:otlon that this Sehooi ean obtain a Certiflee.te -gJ. t/If ?I 3:"Y"]tort, or.wha',:I.l offielaL authorLzatlon is neeessa4rr for us€e
dren.

a reeormendatton whieh wouJd in any

way endanger

:";;";;;il';l";ff:

the safety of our e h11e

2. It has never been authorltatively established that ltshrnent of a centraL 5th and 5ttr Grade Plan ro"ra require the estabnefl taxation and eould not be net out of erlstlng sourees of revenue. 3. The Board of Edueation bas repeatedly stated that its Central 5th and 6ttr o7"6" Plan 1s adarrtable to a nurnber ofroig;; nossibilltles for deaLins lnth the sodlal- and edueationat/"r,ii ;f;"J;;ii;'least
darnage

trnbalaneed school srrsten !d-th the eoneept.

to a nelghborhood

sehool

llg, therefcrne, reafflm or:r suonort of urade fl_an anC resoectfully rrouest that youthe Central 5th and 5th ask Coromlssioner Praubinger to gtve lt the ful lest and rlro=t objeetlve aopralsal and eonsideration.
Re

soeetful-lv subrrnttted,

M
*/

A;J/"*r

/{,'2,Dcf

774.

i\Arc,4.{

oters Cru'sh School Flans In A Repudiation Of Board;

frslcv, McCandless IVl*,Fig
Vote Bears Oul.
I I

ENGLEWOOO TABULATION

I

coNcness

Ward
I 153
361

I

Ward

2

Wrrd
I

3

Ward 4 TOTALS

cf the proposal Lo cstablish a conlpulsdly ccrttral school for' rtl 5th and 6th grade pupils is regarded as rcpudiation o{ thc
Board of Bducation rvhich had persistcntly advocatetl in the facc of a cily'-rvidc clucstiortnaire. The cleleat ol'tht'proposal is likcrviscr
a.

BNC;LEWOOD-Thc ovcnvhclnting dcfcal" on ll'uesday

Moyor's P oll /

j 0snrers. ll

t4l5
782 j iiir.l (i9c

857

'l suRRocATE 'li I)eYoc.
11 1

j,\':rkorv. l)
.lob.
R

1587 l7'J{}
-1.14

Sir i3tt
4

4AB5

it

evcrr

3,trjrt
4

t

I l;17

59;i

I)

Ji5
I l4?

0

3t0r
343
.tn3 4()ir 450
4
I

lor the staud talten by thc Rcpublican Adnrinistratiorr ancl lhc three nrentbcrs ol thc Boirrd of School Bstirnalc, i\,Ia5'e;"
Austin N. Volk. Coutrcilntarr-at-largc Williarn D. Tiekrror', Jr'.. and Councilnran Iiurtt r\. Erslev rvho rvas reelected Tucsdav by ncarl-v- 4 Lo 1.
Irr irct lcl)oll.s ol'possilllc
t'esig-

nrarli ol'allpror,al

i l''ickl. t'l ]loskin, tt I

FREEHOLDERS I

J:160

tfio6

r:0:r
JI

l-l?0
I 354

lt:t
I t!6
r

t

50t6
3

{,

Ii

lOlson. Ii.

ij-r

llaztrr'. l)
R:rnrrrrr<lo. l)

'l') )

?29

49?

fi.t7
{;:r r;

fi4ti tn5

301
;]:l !)

fili()
i

l4t9
l4 n'.:

30 t?
.r-:,J

iGolclbr:r'i. I)
I |

Jrt

tji;t

-

couNcrr,

l'irst \\'arrl;
J

rrat.ions arnorlS IJr.rarcl o{' L-clttcatirltt ollposrtion ellorts ol" gr'orrps likc nrertri.rcrs havc lrcett heard in the Co: iruittec to Savc Orrr Neillrborru alie ol' thc dcfeat ol the relel'. hc,od Sr:hools anrl Englervoorl 'l'as. pa) crs l,r:agtrc rr:rs nppalent in tirc entlu rtt. lesrrlts.

of thc

ttcighl:olh,.lorl sclrrrol.'l'lre

Itir.slcv, lt. i:\l:rrsar', t)
i couNclL
(Seconcl \\':rld)

l6.r
.1.:n

liep, l"r'lttk c ostttlrs,Jt'rrrs
,11'ns'rr'111'lnrinAli relr.lIncrl

.\lcCandlcs,

R

llonig.
YES NO

D

trr of(!r:c :rs 9tlt Dist"rirt (-'otti.:r'r,ssrl.r;i, tln. l'ealint' l)orralrl Sorliorv b1' 24.tl{X}, lurrrl rvith linglcrlorrrl. 'l't rral'11', anrl rrthcr Nortltcln VallcS' to\v11s cr)n.
trilrr.rting sulrstantially to his plur'alit
ic.

QUESTIONS: iSher:itf l,'crnr)
60t
64

s.

I

l6r
,)cil

i:

9iB
:;Sfi 1(;40

t5n7

2a6 314 $08 29i

2ipn
35J..1
,1.54n

SCHOOL QUESIION:

YES'
NO

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, -fi i'i,i)' ;;ll l, :;i: ib.":' i:l :Hi:.: : .{lbol't \'loskin. liul)er; Olsonf irr',: Edlard Field rvcle rnelcctcd. Iin. glcloorl giving r\{r'. illoskirr, a [ot'nrer tr'layot, tlrc highcst total on Lhc tichet. Cil ,iob rvas returncrl

as Surrogatc by 43,000. 'Ilrc proposat to incrca.sc the tcrnt o[ Slter-

iff to livc jcilrs

\vas dcleaterl.

Rcprtbliorns t't:taincrl conlt'ol of

lhc Slalc Sen;rtc, clecl ittg N0lson l,'. Stlrrrlq' irr Union Crttrnly lo lhrvart, lhe altcrrrptcd Dentoct 'tlic
lakcor,o' rrI tltc Sr'ttatc.

ln linglcrvood Clills Danicl
rvas lcclected.

Sro;-

al, Denrocrat, rvas clcctcd and in. currrbent CoLrncilman ljr;rnk Greco
Dctttocrats tttatle Cottttcil
Aains

irr scvcral rnunicipalitics, nolahll'
l.';rir'r'ic.rr', Utrtct'.sott.. Norv i\lilfold. llu"'-rvood. I'litst l)trtct'son bu1. lrrst. itl

otho's. us

in tiu'gcnticld.

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,'iovenL:er

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i'14 J0R C0i{si Di n; TI Oi'IS I ii rppnCACHIiJG THt Ft?;ltLitrt RACIAL Ii[BALAtict iri f;[ :i,ICLiIjJOCD TLEi,IIiJTARY SCHO]LS

SchooL

ge ofl building: l-902, I9IZ, I3Z? Size ofl site l 2.26 acres Racial disiriLruticn: and increasing ==:: cost of operalrng and naintaininq o1d building.

2,

Lincoln Schocl

of building: 19L7, LSZS, L,e27, 19 38 Size of site t 2.L acres Racial distribution: lde_oro anc increasinq ttJeighborhood sutroundincs poor 'ai costs of maint.ainino unl operai,ing rlder building State Itsuggestiontt t"c arandon f or iegular insr,ructional pu,.pcses. fnroll-r,rent, (X-tt) : =24 Resist,ance'uo assignnneni cf pupii.s out,side L,iarJ IV there.
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Use ior regul-ar class j.nsiruci.-ion oi limited duration onty. Any renovat,icn sirouli i:r,;clve Io,i;est oossibLe cost. Property shouLd be sclC f,r rever+_ to City at early Cate (:
4, Urban Renerual Flans

5 /ears)

Forest Avenue I3 acre iesicieni,iaL area to industrial paik (i6 elementary (grades 1-6) pupiJ-s lc:e relocared) LaFayelte Fiace relocati:n (+O :3 unit,s) tnqletuood i',renue ioru ren: pro jec: (if n aoart,menrs)
va

ileed For Additirnal f gli1i::.es and lemodelino at: Dwight i,'lorrow Hicn 5chsc1
Science i nciustrial A rrs Studenr cent,er Regurlar classroorns

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ur Commu

ni I v Resocnse To Demonsiralion Schcol_ and

i nterneciiate Schccl,

l"ilavorf

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reierendu=

iYlajor consideraiians cintinu€d:
7.
De

Facto Seqreqation anC ite Cons-;i,-u',-ioir
lleul RocheIl e Evans vs Euchanan ( Di:iauia re ; l"ic Nuse ( cni cago )

E.

Net Borrour.inq Caoacii',, i/!/
fiz 1423,006

63

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Caoital Imorovements involv:-no Possibl-e Dennands on Bo r_rowino lapacitV. :-a) Urban reneural b) Du:ighi []orrour lligh 3cnool construction and r eno va t,ion c) Site acquisition d)?

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ae_tecL r$e

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lixeerttlve Cotltntilter: ple:rlttl'erl h1' i\l|s.'l'olnnnrr tlo('chllrl(, 1trr.'rridetll
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'l'he frl)t,l t ol' lllc Slale ('ont' rnilter.. carnc itl lor:,ollle r:filicirnt iri I lctt,rr hy llro l,illr:r'tv Schonl ii r,,trl lltlt lhc Slltc llcport ll ltrtdinl:s ls lrl cot't'ct:t irr crrrt'ct:t irl its ltrttlin':s rs Lr) ff'{l't.'

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lrletinn itl tlln rlclllenloly sclrdtll rls' .ltrnlor antl Scttinl'
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iri,u. t'*.ntnntenrls a nerv school I n lrloclr H\\,etr ll't)lrl llte ;lt'cretll
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tiintt s.ttoot levels, Btrt
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rvltet'e. lhc

lBoard of Eclttcaliorr ;rdnrill'ed thh lrlcek tltal. it ir- still sceking a soltt' Ition to r"ccial imbalartr:e in Lincolrt l Sct,ool that n'outtl rvin ptrbltc strp' I polt and accept:tttce, | .tottn tl, Perr'1'. 1r'esitlcrrl, de' 'l claretl it thc ISonrd's o;ren nteetirtg ' I llor:du1' niAlrt. t h;rt rvltile tho norr' : tlirrttinr t'cl.et'cttcltttn in rvhich lhrl I 'i llroposll Ior I contl:ttlsoly centt'al 'I schrrol hrtl bc,'n ct'tt::lred treat'11' 4 iI of lidrrealion. lhe Uourd does reat. 'lizr: llrrt u'lrirlevcl' solrrlion it plo 'l P.rse.r rnrrsl hnve public ret'ept:rtrt'e. lDr', 'l'heorlore \/arr llnllie o[ lltc I Bollrl irrrrnlilied tlris bv statins llra( 'Itlre llonrd's certlt':rl scltool pt'oposal I had been h:rllerl heclrrsc tlre Ilorlil'

is in

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;rn(l p"opolies concentric l;ir:;i;;ltr ntr atlerlrpl' to stav within l.';';;;; l" ntterupl. stay "" l,i.--'---l.r,r,^''hnnrl schonl coneepl' it ! ir''''iiir'r,"' *?il :.1:11.:lilllllt;ll neighbol'ltootl po'

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lo tnake all parnnr..; thir,li tSerr.crrir.;liort itt'sl.crrl t.n lheir.joh of plovirl. jimbalnnccs that might o..,rr.lig j rlrcn rvere ;rhorrl lo l;e tr.;rnsferr.erl itt;J loorl erlrtcalir,n. 'l'hey .sairl th;rr ncirhlr0rhoo4 sr:hools. por ouorl i ; f lo ollter schools. llc lloinlcrl ln t5,, i t';rr:i,'rl inllt;rlrnc'c can nevcr he c- j I'aeial inrbalancecJ .:itual.ion -if.,r't i l l'rrlicrlerl htrt c;rll onl.\' lle come facl. lh:rl u'hen Ihe l.\ttarrl ol' I,lrltrr,;i. hc cor.rectcrJ .,;; tion ntarle its origirral pr.rrposal il l\'\'olsc' R;rr:ial imll;rlancc is lhc rc- flr'*nt or problems rvoulcl ,,.iro.-' i,i ",1r.,. wronqs - --' saicl "norv is tlte tirne [o ac.l,,, ;rnrl rstrlt ol'nllltrt';rl t'esirJcnee conclitions, i Underachiev";;;; li that tlo!v in l'ailing tri :rcl ,it. y5 ]thcv con[cnrlcrl. and thc Strprcmc I Unct.rochicvement ru.., ao.tr,.oa ll rettcging orr th:rt position. j(lot:t'l rrtlings ltave nr, bearing on f to hc the rcal proble,.,, t" ti;;;;:ll as outtinec] by m,'. nf i." ,"rf l\lrs. Rober.l. clr.eerl;r:.{ oi Lilrr:r.t' ltlte [iltglervrrotl situalion ina.smuch

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your infor^mation.

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!Englewood Movement has reached ite attenpted to flnd segregat lon [ot o What flhdy did f lnd was a change ,lberty and Llncoln s chools whlch

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lon. the stato atter@ted. to flnd segregat 1on They sald t.hey cou].d not. tttrat -a4ay dld flnd-wai a change 1n.boundafy,I1ne1n.195l+betueenI,1bentyandL1nco1nschoo1sr,rh1qh ended tth the corunlsslone:r of Educatlon flnally rosolvlng the probleo ln 1955 by_ closlng Llncoln J.H"S.-fEF" eommttte6 forrnd, th; housing v Pbtterns r _ lend acqulsitlon for school sit€s. Elementary school boundaly 1lnes hrive all heLped to contaln th€ Nogro and-add to the eegregated dondltlons ia bottr Llncoln antt Llbertf schools. rf thls !g no! segregated_pX deslgn lt sur9ly must be called segregatlon by Gofr,neldence r It seems the commlttee found that as fdr Sack as \gSO hlte chlldren llvlng ln the Llnd.en Lawn apartments and chlldren lvtng ln the Vetefans aPg,rtments otl Glenbrook Parkway were allowed park!"ay r.vr.Bg 1n ERe veletrans apartments on allowed go t9 one school rlth Uptton of golng to anothe:r. -fUe ctritOren tn 9 lYrden Lann wene alloued'to go to Roosevelt School or Fbankl fur 1f tfey ene attendlng It at tbat t lme although Llncolh le croser than Roose-e1t. segnegatlon by coincldence agaln. The codalttee hag found thst ch of the land 'on uhlch homes are -bullt ln the for.rrth !u-ard, should ver been used for resldentlal purpose but Negroe" allowe6 to uti-d arrd rent ihere. containmeat by deslgn? ""r"

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. After carefutr study cf the state report on raclal lnbalance 1n the ikrglerood Elementary Slbools, the Engteirood Movernent has reached

It seens that at times 1n Eng1e!*-ood even when Llncoln school bad vallable roomE and some of the itl vnlte schools wer" o.r"rcrordeld lt ever.became neiessary_ to. mo.re rihtte chlLdren lnto rlncoln onry rnt6-r"dlcate nothet' overcrowded ai1 nhlte school. Thls uoulat that he nelghborhood sehocl was not used to extenslvely ln Engiewood ln ""er-i" ears gone byo _ Eow ls 1t Pos slble for the comnission to dave all of hese-facte, pius be able lo dlscuss t \955 at such gneat length and Etillconnrlssloner naublngeris report come up r.rrtn ttretrrat here ls no- segregailon !f destgn-t'a-es*g-fulg -unless theyEiatinentthe mean by es ign of the Negroes . Tt must a13o be not'bd. at thls ti*" that the oundary 11nes
The statement ls ma d,e tlncoln School p.rl)l].s have honogenelty in aclal and socto-economlc backgrou_nd. we iuit ernphatf-alii-""v inf"

of Llberty School also follow bopndany llnes of areas hat are just belng ttopened upu to Negroee. Colnctd6n"" "g"ita_yearr wh1le
some chiLdren

in Lincoln schoor come ibom troruei or"$lo,oo. course there ar€ others fborn l0weregroupr. 'tfrt i rs t aIn',sys conclud€d that a1r. Negroes have the ar-u-an;of;t-#-money-and 1ve thelr chlldren the_same type of curturaL background oi the whlte :9p19 trlrg Llve fu\ the pendre i-ve. area of Englewo;a,-rtri" is deflnlljy.::_Ilglt:d attempt to weed thls a soctal-core of lorr oosrCioi-iiy ls thene no 1:?". .Thls aree.hss out? There econonrc incorne people. e seme as some of the Negroes rho go to Llncoln Schoq.l. The laek of ---rn" o called culture rs the sa=me, tho r-port -oiry - alfrerence ri-:rice. 91!".!3: Negro child ls rnad6 to riei"aiir"r"rri uy-"t6"Ei"e tbe a1t gfo School,
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schoor.r At -chlldren. we feel that. r''e must r.nter j eEt our-fed1J.ng that peopre thts rnust ' stop concludlng that Negro chi1c"6"-""ii!"i-;-diE.;;;t5i! curtu"ar backgroundo vileat ue think you ,"a., i" frrii trrJ ilJi"l""fiiia n""e"
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must be nored il,ar. the r,regro cni-ia SchooJ. scored lorver,. than the-l,tregro Li.bertv. . The :repo't concr-ucrecl irrrt-"rrii,ir;; ""a rhlte sccre

in each school uooks and other.supplies. ?hr.s to touch the. pr._oblem 0i, iir"-.a""ns-e psychological effectd.oee not of eeg_ has on the Negro chlrd- firis u"'rne set 'egratlon has a gr.eai rffect o"-trr"-lr"gr"-.lErii" {side ruhether legarly, or i11ega1 Ti;i; ;;" discove::edrl,
money spent

Thls feelLne admittedfy 1s lntenslfled ln Junior hlgb and htgh school j";llil,r;"ril;Ei"l;"""' g 1;6, :;i;"i:sii$;jil":i:d, -frlcir vocatlon college end future pi;;;; rs made about the amount of

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lte nust remembe:: that when chl'dren are dsnled opportunlty to normelly and thelr papents before tGr nere d.enled ti6-s.r" rrght, llve ho'"; are thev exoectl d 'to a chleve as- much as other,g ruho do noi have to Li.i'c under iuctr-linposrti"""-"p
Ttre readi_ng e cor.ef i" abundance of opport_ . !!g .ia-;oi any uniiy affonded the r"ihlte chird::eport repr.esen,u the tarentl The hlgh speclar dr.op*qu1 re.te ln the. siudy ;tt.; t;-;he ha::r:r that segregatlon can {e-+rorlr on }Teg*o studen_ts. if otru wrrr "oi..ia-,-ry-i"tt!:""t""3ilIEi, ttreystudent -flnd ihst among re Negro d:rcp-oui i" not'only tt" but also the brig!:r r:relro riirc'opot of segregatlon pi,cks up an attliude"-nrrontrnft trre "."-uiucabr.e "ierdJrttern oi wny uot'rrir-""i-iJ io nopelessly qulte s ci:oo 1 .

rhe report states un<ier.-achrevemeht \ is not a "aclal tralt. rt eppea* that other factors are iil-;isparaglngly numben of Neg:'oes founct in the general """poi"ruru-i";o""-"lioor system. irog"ars. i"wo'.:Ll,t

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: I :f; l" s:ii " }Ti"t"i: : : "ii: : t3Ts\,Iegro : a l-lfe tlne. The statemeat .lj:t .and whitec 3f# ff :B'if d-3i: ""i"$"" i" tt " -""ioit-'' that tl,e,,r lt ls nct the chlldren rho are.lreJucrtce., Ttre faci l#;-f";;"";;e:"T;) "no" realize tbat they can not see tire i""t tn&i-;";;;;.;;*oriouu In rhls country ln our: hlstory books ls_si-gnrrlcant. -trii;-;;r; Iiliernentronea lnformat ion in the possesslon of tEe comnlttee it-r"-rr."i'io they. have .come-up with trre r" cor*"naai lon- t!9t they have, A eee how nen th: area rourd F iruLyMackay pank are4 for have to ue uuiri """iri"i"ite p'ace.school A dsng€::eous trafflc.

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ls also a tremendcrrn dr,alnage problem 1n the area. The cost of to replace r.,J.ncol-n l;ou].c ccst not one milllon uut cloeer tlro mllIlon dollarso lthi.s nouey "aovld -he better spe"C luirirng toed.ucat lonal ln E;rgl"ewooil- thai we could be pi.oud oi. - nuE "n-state repo:rt has s .sygtem hor,in that our ffhols e:.ement*ry aobool- syotem is not up to p93
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natlng agalnat chlLdren ln tire Quarles algtiict. been--lnterpreted_ by_nany Tnl" gepo^rt keeplng Negroos ln the-Fourthcltlzens of Englerood e* a good basls for Fas ward untll th6 cuttural and. econonlc backgrounds
neasure up to the w hlte comrounitv. rf the f3!"::gt9 _cou]{ ros.slp}y Fu matnrlh rhls ooutd tatJJoo iears or so; then there nourd probably be sone otber ercuse for not glving Neg:roes' thefu. fu1l rLghts.

The use of conoent:rlc clncres would onry lgqg to fu:rther segregetep t,l: proposed new schoot stte is ln the"ntddi"-of-trrJ-"eg"egated. Sil::, .Fourth Hardo Tho concentrlc clrcles would tend to plrlr Negroee dut of Roosevelt schoolo rt should aLso be noted by not rirciuarnf tne oumi"s sohool the-stgte ls trylag to solve a segregitton problem iv dlecrlel-

The Eaglewood Movernent flndg two thlags Breatly r€po"tr.nanelyr.uhat.to do about Llbertv s;bo;l wui'cnlacklnc 1n the ts ia;t appnoacrrtbe status of-LhcoLn'scboole and hon t[Js pl.an oii"*r-*v-ienefltg fo" s better educatlon. The-Engiewooa lrovef,"'i ;;fu;;"Ji Jettre ror gny-plqn that does not offe:r a_6ette:r guallty or eaucatroi hana in u band wlth total r.ntegratlon. rt ls to-tbls Lnd that re iupport the tsoard or Educatlon cEntral interoea:.ai" -s;";i;i; -";-"';iiJi""ii5 t" ehri rac1aL .lnba3.anoe in the Englevo-ct ilenentar! ecnJor"ysi"n,
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Gover:ror Rlehard J. i{ughes New Jersey

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Dear Governor liughes,

P. T. A. of E&rc at1 cn leaves little for the off icials of Ergle'.vo od, ihe Board. of Edrrcation menbers axd c:-tizens of our tov'm t o be proud. of . fhe report elearly shovrs segregatlon do es exist in the elenent"ry schools in E\rglewood.. Segregatlon has harnf'J-l eff ects oii 'tt e ehildren 6oth edueati ona11y an d. psychologicallyr not only now, but i:r later Years. As p?J€D-is of chilCree in the llncol:r School we feel an r:rgpnt need to end thi s ixtolerable situation. iTe a.re tlred of being studl ed and ref erendr:med. lTe wor:ld like to see an immed.ia-ue solution to inis problen. Tfe do not consider the recouL,neurdati ohs of ihe Siai6 Commlrtee a solution. e fail to see how a new school situated d.eeper ix the Foulth Vard. w11l- solve ihe problem of seg:regatlon.
The Executive Board of the ],incoln Sehool f e e1s the r ee ent stu {y of the St ai e lepartnen t
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trrtiortai 28 trtecting of thr' l'.rrgler','oorl .ltttt'il lic erirtcaiion is a.s ba-sie to ottr , tl"rr.r 1 I .. h., (r'hnrrl

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Irlil',1,rr,... Cr.rtlteptlina SfOlpS pef. n:ii the effcctiveness crI ottr .schools

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rrl.l ur ct' the ci)lllrover).r' ancl the er rrf tlecisit,li to persotts u'ho

"I rlo rtot political l3 iii jurlgnrtnt het'e, since thc issrres tto 1i u'htr seek solution.s onlf in Ir,!'nls. \\'{' :.:ir t' :l\v:lJ' oUl' ttl(}st not clirectly be:rr oIl otrr .ltrnior li prr<'iotts' inltt'rit:rnt'r'. I'ligh School. Btrt I rvottld norv "'l'hesr':lre.\'(rtt:'-:r'hotrls lr)tl
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to alt of 1'otr. on ! huilil thern. pa.\' for lhettt. p;r1' fnr :rn is.st,te rvhich gt'o\\fs otrt rti thi-s I the sul:rrics rrf lt'achet's. ctrstodi. contt'oversl', and rvhich tolrches I irns. princip;rls. i hc t t'spop51[ili11 vou all. I'ot''.vltaterol'\:otlr feelings i :rI pl'(llcr'l i h,'ltt is 'l. ri'!l'.!. litrt jtlst in the tllitller o[ .j[rgrcgctioll. ol'i I r:r' lir,at'tl ,,I l.rlit,.':,'totl'r nl' i hc
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rvhich. in a rletttrict'atic societl', it
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