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Unformatted text preview: ‘ _ @fifi m sflmafim .- eager, eamgéem mm Empygfl {EFSS MURE news and feat , MORE advertising i MORE for yeur money g when you start your young: scholars of? to . will you wonder if you ltdvc I This week . . . school for the first time . . ld to get them xeady for the savage d have fewer doubts if you had done all you con World “my face? You \x‘oul " the subjec: by jonn Beck, 1‘. was L filled wi‘l: facts and good counsel to help your \ read the recent story n 'Etildren . . . 7’31 day eager. ccnfid :11 and hnmw. ' .' the Tribune so wonderfully : you or: toy? -and more out of living! >.Ill&!)" L is packed with features tlta. u ; 1: The news. keeps 2101‘: er. wife and homemaker. “ interesting people i .1 O. .. > you alert :m and e “:1115 . . . 1} aces t .‘S to :0. A111 the 'lf‘ you the gre test selection of IIICI'L‘EM.1<‘:>C and _ " buv to best advaz‘. age. a you get more 02:: {liv- .. (‘4.A \V'ner‘ vcu get so rmzcl: to he v "ibunc a regular par: 0 why not make reading 11:: "ll. 0/ 624/5 YOU-”041‘ 1MB. FIX-IT a}? Emil] @fihune Thursday, Sept.- 12, 1957 The traditional first day rem were shed by Louis I S, as he watched his morher leave for home. Time and solitude healed Louis‘ hurt feeiings, Two Forest Park mother act as they b ring their daughters to rheir first day of kinder; garter: class at the new Garfield school. Mrs. Marvin 'lugsle (left) brings Su san. 4, and Mrs. Robert Groh accompanies Dawn, 4‘. (Story on pag- 3) Kindergarten reacher Miss Maxinoiflammerschmio‘ hunt. helps Diane Sallee, 5a take of! her coat. Elmwood Pk. Sounds .-_( Seeks Train Tootin"1 i. is». .- 4 a“ Railroad whistle toorln‘ hasimonth' 'th'e 't‘ommissi fno adherents out in Elmwood=dcred that trains didm iPark. where the Milwaukee‘m whistle at crossings [Road makes frequent runs. ‘ ed bv automatic f - Village Manager Harold A.‘ gates. and the like. EOlson said last week that firm” .. . . . But thci blow a“ village will institute action- m v n he 1' d "It‘ ‘ .before the Illinois Commerce Th 5‘ ‘b' I s I icommission seeking to barthe, cy start e ore ‘ . jrailroad from tooling its \\'3_\"?Iarlcm 3"" the “’5‘ ‘ - Ithru Elmwood Park. .in lilmuond Park. and Causing Headaches .lhe horn all the \i.._\' i “We have about 23 000 per- ,mile 1°"; run .sons living here, many of! 015°“ admuicd ‘hal whom live near 1112 tracks" alrc some consxderate Olson said. “And the whistles ROMS working for tli .are causing quite a fen head- road. ;aches.’ , » I‘olile l-Izn'ly Olson point—ed out that lns‘i .. 550 mm” .‘es in ”w - ing. about 6 o‘vloc Dawn ran thru x series of- StiCkney Zoning Board “am” lee {“0 5‘70" mood: as she reached rho dg-i Chairman Appomted comm" m 31 “37km. fl cision that maybe kindergarten Robert K_ Stuart of Stick. 0m” 13‘9“ 0nd" INK" -,,._ , t J Ana u‘ i want in unkn nv ., Teachers, mothers :1? d ch: 1dren getting no quainted before class begins are (from left) Mrs. LaVerne Gnden and her twin sons. Roger and Russell. 4; Miss Margery Klontz, a teacncr: Wil- iiu’n Sisson. 5: Principal Holmes Hamilton, and Gary Starck and his mother, Mrs. Herbert Starck. _ ,e.» . to 150 gatheICd to watch the Wednesday hours: Chicago 9:30 to 5:45, Hubbard {Negroes enter. Police said!_ L15“ 1 NEGRO Is BEATEN éseveral teeu~a e‘ t d b AND MUTILATED BY gues at u... soloist”? 4| ' passing auto. ltthtragn Baily Erihunr lWednood-y. September I. 1957: Tart 1—Page 6 .-» F* MOB IN ALABAMA ‘ National guardsmen were lscHuuLnEFIEs; , _ . 60VERNDR 0 N ( Birmingham. Ala, Sam. 3 (fl Sturgis last September in the , - -A Negro t°1d POIICE today initial attempt at integrating ' lhe was beaten and sexually pupils, That effort failed when NEGR PUPIL lmutilated last night byagrouppmnmcm,S attorney general . of unmasked white men whol ruled the Negroes were en- told him .. this is what wrll rolled illegally because the ha en if Ne roes tr to inte- . grist: the schgols." y county had failed to announce The Negro. Judge Aaron. 34' an integration program. Follows Court Order .. . . - - V h 't - -_ Seven Negro students en. T' . ' t0 Adm"; Nme . iguéncoggfggs. 05p! al in seri §tered high school at Clinton. ' , ,~ " . " é\. .CHA STEl Police said Aaron was seized Tenn., without incident. En- [Continued from first pagefin the home of a woman friend rollment 0‘ 12 Negro students and driven, blindfolded, to an there last year sot off Labor pleaded thatgéthe board was‘abandoned house where he day week-end disorders that “making no ’deviation or re- was knocked unconscious by a brought. namnalfiuardsmen. treat ” when it asked Negro iblow on the head. When he re The c.1111 t 0 n disorders last students to stay away from the gained consciousness, he had Y83T_ resulted in the widely been mutilated. publicxzed conspiracy trials at “The combination of cir- Aaron has not been identi~'Kn°XV1ne- _ l cumstances is drastic,” House tied with any‘ moves to inte- The”? WCI‘E‘ no protest told the judge. "The board grate schools here and Negro groups at the Umtonschool will do whatéver your honor leaders of such moves saidltoday- PM? Of the Negroes} thinks fitting.” they did not know him. walked together from the “Is that the sum and sub- Mitown's small Negro settlcmcutl {to the school. A city policei stanCe. of our osition?" ‘ L. .. y p Once they surrounded C ucar stood guard near the high Davies asked the attorne ,_ ‘ . 3 Bates. a Negro publisher.E school. "It is. your honor,” HOUSE who appeared outside thei was} jersey white high school today. flurry 1 Thanks to : .blend of fin you hand a soft jersey simply cut 5 replied. - school and asked him what he _ ' . Davies then reviewed P0“ was doing th ere. BatcngOT‘ELS TAKE drape that trons of Faubus’ televised ad- quippcd: '1 FIRST NEGRO S T dress in Little Rock last niaht.‘ .. ~ - d‘ l'ttle prettily. l Seek to Block Violence: c0101? Just 8“ mg a I l IN LOUISVILLE sun gm He noted that the governor .' . Louisville. Sept. 3 Lb—Lou- ' " said the troops hadbecn called Mighb‘" .Cnmls ,Ph“. fisville hotels today openedl fan of pen out to surround the school In North Little 3°C!“ a myitheir doors to a large number only to prevent violence and 0f about_50.000 across the Ali'iof Negro guests for the first. 91'3“- B." property damage and not as ““535 river. the “11001 deEtimc. A Negro pastor said he; stunning o either segregationists or inte~ today anmnced itwas 9°5t':bclieved about 300 would be: grationisti » ponmg scheduled high SCh°°1istaying at the hotels. s . . . . . green, the: "I am taking the statement integration indefinitely. ! Four hotels are acceptingi black. 10 to 0f the governor at full face In three other SOUthemlas guests Negroes here to at- _ value," Davies said. towns, the Supreme .court‘sncnd the annual session of the? If you can't I come in, all RA 6- % He then ordered the boardto public school integration dc-gijoml Baptist Convention "Mid-Money. 2nd floor; ‘ also Hubbard \t'. iproceed with racial mixing. cree was carried out peace-iv. s_ A.. Inc. 'j mus. 1L STEVENS & co“ 1 The session 1215th 01113'131113'. 311110 there werel Managers declined to csti-i :aboutSminutes.No one spoke minor demonstrations in twoimaté the number of convert-E . lexcept House and Davies. ioi them. Etion delegates that registered." Do you-have articles you no longer 1 The new order to proceed; Negro and while childrenibut they agreed it was the ”"359 things where theylldo ”13 most I‘Vfih integration was the sco-iatteiided lite sumo publiclfirst time downtown hotels JOY Brown's feature column. "A Ffll Aond issued by Danes tlnszschool classes in Gl'CCnSbOI‘Ouhcre had accepted Negroes inf the Chicago Tribune 1 week. [N C.. for the first time. FiV'Cglal-ge numbers. ' l ' : Several officials of the Nd-iNcuro children entered thei ‘ tional Association for the Ad-iGillcspic elementary and jun-l _ _Z vancement of Colored Peopleiior high schools there. Chicil UTELETY P E ' l were in the federal courtroom l of 'Police Paul Calhoun escort-5 R SENTS THE NE . tonight. They smiled andicd hccklcrs off the schooli ‘ - i posed for photographers alterigrounds. The five Negroes! _ the decision. {ranging in age from 10 to 16.; FOUNTAIN PEN . Local segregation leadersdwere heckled again as they; ; who had appeared last \x‘eekilcft the school auditorium for. /‘.. s 1in the courtroom when Davicsi classrodms. A half dozen (.1 */ ‘first ordered integration tolwhite adults followed the chil- . é proceed. apparently ignoredidrcn as they crossed an over- tonight‘s’ hearing. ihead passageway between the iarcas. Calhoun broke up this fidemonstraiion. ; I in Sturgis. K32. scene of in-. itegration disorders last Snep; ...
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