522. Suits to Enforce Integration
||Lee and US v Macon Co Bd of Educ, State Bd of Educ
(Tuskegee) (MD Ala, E Div, #604-E) Facts: X DOCKET 57. Jy, 1964: Def filed plan with 3-judge ct: 1965—desegregate 2d grade, 1966—3d and 8th, 1967—4th and 7th, 1968—5th and 6th. May 16, 1965: DC modified plan: 7th grade by Sept 1965; ordered new plan filed Jan 15, 1966: Macon Academy to answer charge it had become public institution. Pending.
||Davis v Bd of School Commrs
(Mobile Co) (SD Ala, #3003-63) (cd 379 US 844) Facts: X DOCKET 57, 121. Motion for further relief filed: stop assigning pupils under gerrymandered school line, change transfer procedures, desegregate faculty. DC approved Bd's plan in all important respects. Pls appeal pending.
||US v Bd of Educ
(Madison Co) (USSC) Facts: X DOCKET 57, 121. Cite for cert denied: 379 US 929.
||Bennett v Bd of Educ
(Madison Co) (ND Ala, #63613) Facts: X DOCKET 57. New plan submitted. Jy 27, 1964: Pls' objections heard; DC approved plan with modifications. Token integration has occurred in affected grades.
||Harris v School Bd
(Bullock Co) (MD Ala, #2073N) Facts: X DOCKET 58. Plans submitted requiring desegregation of two grades a year. Objections filed. Apr 5, 1965: DC upheld plan; grades 7-12 desegregated; parents must apply for transfers.
||Carr v School Bd
(Montgomery Co) (MD Ala, #2072-N) Facts: X DOCKET 58. Jan 16, 1965: Def filed plan proposing desegregation of 2 grades a yr, pupil placement. Apr 5, 1965: after h'g Pl's objections, DC accepted plan with qualifications: 7th grade added, notice by mail to parents of pupils affected required.
||Pls v Bd of Educ
(Bessemer) (ND Ala) Pl parents filed desegregation suit: end to assignment of students and teachers on basis of race, allotment of funds based on racial considerations. Pending.
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||Clark v Matson
(Little Rock) (ED Ark, #3113) April 22, 1965: Def School Bd voluntarily shifted from pupil placement to freedom of choice. May 21: Negro Pls filed objection in DC: plan inadequate, does not establish school zones on nonracial basis; provide for teacher desegregation; will cause additional delay; Def under ct order to end segregation by affirmative action, Cooper, 522.Ark.3; if plan upheld, Pl's request right to make new choices for 1965-66 after Negro parents properly notified. No hearing set.
John Walker, Esq., 700 W. 9th St., Little Rock; NAACP Inc. Fund.
||Whitfield v Univ of Ark Bd of Trs
(ED Ark, W Div) Facts: X DOCKET 58. May 6, 1965: DC entered consent order: unlawful to segregate in any manner including scholarships, housing, athletics. Def announced intention to comply in good faith.
Harold Anderson, Esq., Century Life Ins Bldg., Little Rock; George Howard, Jr., Esq., 329½ Main, Pine Bluff, Ark.; John Walker, Esq., 1271 Ave. of the Americas, NYC.
||Rogers v Paul
(Fort Smith) (WD Ark, #1741) Facts: X DOCKET 58, 121. May 7, 1965: CA 7 affirmed, noted Negro school fully accredited, so "transfer would constitute discriminatory action in (Pl's) favor...."
||Yarbrough v Weaver
(W Memphis) (ED Ark) Apr 20, 1965: Def Bd filed freedom of choice plan covering first six grades this year, three more in 1966, top three in 1967. Negro Pls filed objections: burden placed on Negroes to state preference to get into white school; fear of economic reprisal. May 26, 1965: h'g.
||Kemp v School Dist
(Eldorado) (WD Ark) Oct 1964: Desegregation suit filed for 7 Negro pupils. Mar 1, 1965: Def's plan to DC: 2 grades/yr. Pl's objected; Bd modified: 1965: 2 grades, 1966: 4, 1967: 6; DC approved. Pl's appeal pending.
George Howard, Esq., 329½ Main, Pine Bluff, Ark.
||Keller v Unified School Dist
(Sacramento City) Facts: X DOCKET 58. Bd did not appeal. Pls accept Bd's interim plan; new schools to be built.
||Gibson v Bd of Pub Inst
(Dade Co) (SD Fla, #6978-M-Civ) Facts: X DOCKET 58.
Edwin L. Davis, Esq., 941 NW 2d Ave., and G. E. Graves, Jr., Esq., 802 NW 2d Ave., both of Miami.
||Manning v Bd of Pub Inst of Hillsborough Co
(Tampa) (SD Fla, #3554) Facts: X DOCKET 58. Def submitted voluntary proposal to amend plan of desegregation. Pending.
||Augustus v Bd of Pub Educ
(Escambia Co) (ND Fla, #1064) Facts: X DOCKET 58. Mar, 1965: Bd rejected 27 Negro applicants for transfers: "low" test scores. Mar 15: Motion for further relief denied. Mar 26: Defs refused to stipulate to facts of refusal of 27 transfers. April 20: DC ordered both sides to submit summaries of claims. Decision pending.
||Tillman v Bd of Pub Inst
(Volusia Co) (SD Fla, Jacksonville Div, #4501) Facts: X DOCKET 59. Mar, 1965: 2d motion for further relief filed. April 1: Def filed voluntary proposal to accelerate plan. DC approved without prejudice to Pl's motion for further relief. May 28: Def's filed amendment to provide more rapid desegregation.
Earl M. Johnson, Esq., 625 West Union, Jacksonville, Fla.
||Bd of Pub Inst, Duval Co v Braxton
(Jacksonville) (SD Fla, #4598) Facts: X DOCKET 59, 121. Mar 26, 1965: Another motion for further relief filed: assignment and zone requested, in alternative, acceleration of plan to reach grades 1-9 by Sept '65, 10-12 by Sept, '66, integration of athletics and teacher desegregation sought.
||Weaver v Bd of Pub Inst
(Brevard Co) (SD Fla, Orlando Div, #1172) Facts: X DOCKET 59.
Jerome Bornstein, Esq., 56 E. Pine, Orlando, Florida.
||Steele v Bd of Pub Inst
(Leon Co) (ND Fla, #854) Facts: X DOCKET 59. Jan 20, 1965: Ct held Defs carrying out previous order. Pl's Atty wrote asking judge if motion for further relief should be deemed denied by this opinion. No answer. Feb 20: Motion for evidentiary hearing filed.
||Mills v Bd of Pub Inst
(Polk Co) (MD Fla, #6350) Facts: X DOCKET 59, 121. Mar 16, 1965: Ct entered order approving desegregation plan.
||Hammond v Univ of Tampa
(MD Fla, #63-51) Facts: X DOCKET 59. Je 1, 1965: CA 5 reversed DC dismissal of suit, and remanded.
||Major v Bd of Pub Inst
(Monroe Co) (SD Fla, #64331) Facts: X DOCKET 59. Apr 2, 1965: Motion for summary judgment filed. May 4: DC approved plan except for proposal allowing white families on nearby Navy base to send children to other than nearby Negro school: students on base to attend nearest school regardless of race. Def officials showed concern: order would force whites to attend predominately Negro school admittedly in deplorable condition. May 28: Defs filed amendment of plan providing for closing Negro school, for moving all students into white schools. June 2: Pls filed approval.
Harold L. Braynon, Esq., 6825 NW 15th Ave., Miami.
||Wright v Bd of Pub Inst
(Alachua Co) (ND Fla, #367) Facts: X DOCKET 60. Nov 20, 1964: Answers to interrogatories filed. March 25: Depositions taken. April 6, 1965: after h'g, consent decree signed. April 14: Pls filed motion to supplement record and amend decree.
Earl M. Johnson, Esq., 625 W. Union St., Jacksonville.
||Harvest v Bd of Pub Inst
(Manatee Co) (MD Fla, #65-12) Facts: X DOCKET 121. June 9, 1965: Final consent decree entered.
Earl M. Johnson, Esq., 625 W. Union St., Jacksonville.
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||Sharpton v Bd of Pub Inst
(Indian River Co) (DC Fla, #64-721) 1964: Desegregation suit filed. Def filed plan: abolition of dual zones at grade-a-yr starting 1965-66. Apr 16, 1965: consent decree signed.
Earl M. Johnson, Esq., W. Union St., Jacksonville.
||Calhoun v Latimer
(Atlanta) (CA 5) Facts: X DOCKET 60. Feb 15, 1965: Further hearing held. DC ordered desegregation of one additional grade, approved Bd's plan. On appeal before CA 5.
||Roberts v Stell
(Savannah-Chatham) (USSC) Facts: X DOCKET 60, 121. Cite for cert denied: 379 US 933.
E. H. Gadsden, Esq., 458½ W. Broad St., Savannah, Ga.
||Gaines v Bd of Educ
(Dougherty Co) (CA 5) Facts: X DOCKET 60, 121. 1965: USSC denied Def's motion for stay. Grades 1-4, 11-12 desegregated. 200 students applied, accepted.
||Bivins v Bd of Pub Educ
(Bibb Co) (CA 5) Facts: X DOCKET 60. CA 5 ordered freedom of choice in grades 1, 9-12 for 1965 with all grades covered by fall, 1968; integration of teachers may be delayed. Apr 27, 1965: On remand, plan amended to conform with CA ruling.
||Bryan and Lockett v Bd of Educ
(Muscogee Co) (CA 5, #21662) (342 F2d 225) Facts: X DOCKET 61. Mar 29, 1965: CA affirmed DC denial of injunction, reversed DC approval of Bd's plan, ordered 1st grade incl in 1965, held 4 yrs maximum for total desegregation: "The later the start, the shorter the time allowed for transition."
Donald L. Hollowell, Esq., 869½ Hunter St NW, Atlanta; NAACP Inc. Fund, NYC.
||Harrington v Bd of Educ
(Colquitt Co, City of Moultrie) (MD Ga, Thomasville Div, #728) Facts: X DOCKET 122. Feb 23, 1965: DC entered injunction requiring Def to submit plan within 30 days, rejected Pl's proof that Negro schools so inferior in quality that complete desegregation should be ordered immediately; approved freedom of choice plan for grades 1, 2, 12 in 1965, then minimum of 3 grades each yr.
||Thomie v Bd of Educ
(Houston Co) (MD Ga, #2077) April 9, 1965: Pl parents filed suit requesting desegregation of school district; pending.
||Bd. of Educ v Chicago NAACP
(CA 7, #65 C 942) May 27, 1965: Defs announced plans to protest de facto segregation in schools by 2 day boycott. Je 8: Pl filed for injunction against encouraging pupils to stay out of school. Cir Ct granted injunction without hearing. Je 9: Defs filed petition for removal. DC remanded sua sponte. Je 10: Appeal to CA pending. Je 17: 526 demonstrators arrested in protest of re-hiring of Supt of Schools, demanded fedl funds cut off. Je 28: 50 arrested in street sit-in; Jy 9: 10 arrested. Jy 11: 27 arrested: obstructing traffic. Pending.
Garland W. Watt, Esq., 30 W. Washington St., and Raymond E. Harth, Esq., 109 N. Dearborn St., Eric E. Graham, Esq., 166 W. Washington St., and Norman E. Lapping Esq., 33 N. LaSalle St., all of Chicago.
And see cases at 55., 63., 73.
||Downs v Bd of Educ
(Kansas City) (USSC) (336 F2d 988, cd 85 S Ct 898) Facts: X DOCKET 61, 122. Mar 1, 1965: USSC denied cert; Douglas, J, diss.
||Bush v School Bd
(Orleans Parish) (Ed La, #3630) Facts: X DOCKET 61. April 22, 1965: Further hearings held. April 23: DC orally ordered desegregation stepped up to 2 grades per yr. Awaiting formal order and opinion.
||Hall v School Bd
(St Helena Parish) (ED La, Baton Rouge Div, #3630) Facts: X DOCKET 61, 122. Bd denied all applications for transfer in 1965. May 28, 1965: Justice Dept filed suit in DC requesting acceleration of desegregation process; alleged order of Aug 6, 1964 not complied with; requirements set for Negroes seeking transfers not applicable to whites. Pending.
||Angel v La State Bd of Educ
(La Trade Schools) (ED La, #1658) Facts: X DOCKET 62. May 7, 1965: DC issued permanent injunction against racial discrimination at state vocational schools, and blanket ruling under 1964 Civil Rights Act, Tit IV.
||Williams v State Bd of Educ
(Avoyelles Vo-Technical Institute) (ED La, Baton Rouge Div) Facts: X DOCKET 122. May 7, 1965: DC declined to hear suit, held injunction issued in Angel, 522.La.3, applies to this case.
||Davis v E Baton Rouge Parish School Bd
(ED La, Baton Rouge Div, #1662) Facts: X DOCKET 62. June 2, 1965: DC directed: Def to accelerate grade-a-year desegregation plan to complete process by 1968-69 term; grades 1 and 2 to be covered fall 1966; denied request for desegregation of teachers and administrators.
||US v School Bd
(Bossier Parish) (USSC) Facts: X DOCKET 62, 122. Cite for cert denied: 379 US 1000.
||Lemon and US v Bd of Educ
(Bossier Parish) (WD La, Shreveport Div) Facts: X DOCKET 122. April 13, 1965: DC issued permanent injunction against racial discrimination; ordered Def to submit plan within 30 days providing for complete desegregation within 4 yrs; no action taken on request to desegregate administrative officials.
||Booker v School Bd
(Calcasieu Parish) (WD La, Civ #9981-2C) Facts: X DOCKET 62. Mar, 1965: DC ordered Defs to submit plan; 3-yr plan submitted: 1st, 12th grades first, work downward 3 grades per yr. DC approved plan.
||Conley v School Bd
(Lake Charles) (WD La, Civ #9981) Facts: X DOCKET 61, 122. Mar 29, 1965: Def submitted plan identical with 522.La.15. DC approved.
||McCoy v La State Bd of Educ
(Northeast State College) (CA 5) Facts: X DOCKET 62, 122. May 25, 1965: CA reversed DC, thus reaffirming its earlier decision.
||Welch v La State Bd of Educ
(Southern Univ) (ED La) Facts: X DOCKET 62. May, 1964: DC found for Pl; granted mandatory and prohibitory injunction.
A. P. Tureaud, Esq., and Antoine Trudeau, Esq., 1821 Orleans Ave., New Orleans.
And see Jamieson, 522.La.33.
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||Valley v Bd of Educ
(Rapides Parish) (WD La, Alexandria Div) Facts: X DOCKET 122. DC found for Def. Pl's appeal pending before CA 5.
||Carter v School Bd
(W Feliciana) (ED La, Baton Rouge Div, #3248) July 22, 1965: Complaint asks for total desegregation by 1967 term. Pending.
Murphy Bell, Esq., 971 S 13th St., Baton Rouge, La.
||Smith v Parish School Bd
(St Tammany) (ED La, New Orleans Div, #15463) Apr 6, 1965: Suit by Negro resident seeking injunction against issuance of $1,995,000 in school construction bonds because schools segregated. May 14: DC ordered Bd to present desegregation plan. May 19: Formal desegregation plan submitted completing process in 4, not 6, yrs, eliminating attendance zones. DC approved.
Collins, Douglas and Elie, Esqs., 2211 Dryades St., New Orleans, for CORE.
||Trahan v School Bd
(Lafayette Parish) (WD La, #10903) May 12, 1965: DC ordered Defs to submit plans within 20 days for desegregation beginning Sept 1965; rejected Defs' argument that racial classification is constitutional since the 2 races are physically, mentally different.
Same facts, status in:
||Monteilh v Parish School Bd
(St Landry) (WD La)*
||Dandridge v School Bd
(Jefferson Parish) (ED La)*
||Jamieson v Louisiana State Bd of Educ
(ED La) White woman sued to gain admittance to Grambling College, a Negro school. Pending.
A. P. Tureaud, Esq., 1821 Orleans Ave., New Orleans.
And see Welch, 522.La.19.
||Burton v Louisiana Bd of Educ; Potts v McKeithen
(ED La, Baton Rouge Div, Civ ##3131, 3128) (10 RRLR 116) Feb 1, 1965: Negro Pls sought injunctive relief against discrimination in admission to state colleges. Defs admitted all allegations; offered no defense. DC entered permanent injunction: named Pls to be admitted on same basis as whites; no racial discrimination with respect to others similarly situated.
||25 Pls v Tugwell, La Treas, Theriot, Auditor, State Bd of Educ
(ED La) Feb 17, 1965: Pl Negroes sued to halt distribution of state funds to segregated schools. DC granted Defs' motion to dismiss: La law prohibits state Bd from interfering with local school bds. Pls did not name right Defs. Pls did not appeal; filed new suits: 522.La.36-522.La.41.
||Gordon v School Bd
(Jefferson Davis Parish) (WD La) May 1964: Suit filed for injunction against operating segregated school system and making financial disbursements on basis of race. Pending.
Same facts, status in:
||Jones v School Bd
(Caddo Parish) (WD La)*
||Robertson v School Bd
(Natchitoches Parish) (WD La)*
||Graham v School Bd
(Evangeline Parish) (WD La)*
||Moore v School Bd
(Tangipahoa Parish) (ED La)*
||Dunn v School Bd
(Livingston Parish) (ED La)*
||Re Complaint of CORE v Bd of Educ
(Prince Georges Co) Complaint alleged Co enforces strict neighborhood school system on white residents but not on Negroes, Negroes bused to small number of Negro schools. May 27, 1965: US Office of Educ withheld fedl aid from Co schools for 1965 fiscal year.
||Barksdale v School Comm
(Springfield) (CA 1) (237 F Supp 543) Facts: X DOCKET 123. Spring 1965: DC order stayed pending appeal.
Henry Weissman, Esq., 1570 Main St.; J. Clifford Clarkson, Esq., 1597 Main St., both of Springfield; Robert Carter, Esq., NAACP, 20 W. 40th St., NYC.
And see 12 Defs, 51.Mass.1.
||Evers v Muni Separate School Dist
(Jackson) (CA 5, ##20824, 20825, 20826) Facts: X DOCKET 63, 123. Aug 1, 1965: CA ordered first 3 grades, 12th grade integrated by Sept, 1965.
||Pls v Bd of Educ
(Clark Co, Enterprise Dist, Quitman Dist) (SD Miss) Pls, Negroes, sued: inadequacy, inequality of Negro schools; sought desegregation order. May 27, 1965: DC issued temporary injunction against Enterprise to halt segregation; ruled not enough evidence for injunctions against other 2.
||Pls v School Dist
(Meridian) (SD Miss) Pls sued: Negro schools inadequate, inferior to white; Negroes unable to transfer to white schools. May 27, 1965: DC ordered Def Bd to submit by Jy 15 desegregation plan: at least one grade 1965, grade a yr thereafter.
||Booker v Bd of Educ
(City of Plainfield) (NJ Sup Ct) Sept 1962: Pls, Negro parents, petitioned State Commr of Educ for desegregation of 11 city elementary schools. June 1963: Commr found for Pls, ordered Bd to end de facto segregation. Bd implemented plan which created central 6th grade for city, reduced heavy concentration of Negroes in only 1 school, left other areas unchanged. Nov 1963: State Bd of Educ affirmed Commr. Pls appealed. June 28, 1965: Sup Ct reversed Commr's decision in part: he had adopted an unduly restrictive view re scope of his own function in reviewing, supervising local action, in correcting substantial racial imbalance and proposing further action.
William Wright, Jr., Esq., 201 E. 5th St., Plainfield; Herbert T. Tate, Esq., 126 Court St., Newark; Robert L. Carter, Esq., 20 W. 40th St., NYC, for NAACP.
||Dixon v Bd of Educ
(Buffalo) Feb 16, 1965: State Commr ordered Def to submit plan by May 1 to eliminate racial imbalance. July 23: NY Sup Ct upheld Commr's right to order desegregation.
||Swann v Bd of Educ
(Charlotte-Mecklenburg) (WD NC) Jan 1965: Pl Negro parents sued to prevent Def from assigning Negro children to schools not included in Def's recently approved desegregation plan, and against minority transfers. Pending.
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||Farmer v Bd of Educ
(Greene Co) (CA 4, #9125) Facts: X DOCKET 64. Mar 1965: Consent order entered. US Dept of Educ rejected plan. Parties to submit modified order.
||Wheeler v Bd of Educ
(Durham City) (CA 4) and
||Spaulding v Bd of Educ
(Durham City) (CA 4) Facts: X DOCKET 64. Je 1, 1965: CA found Defs assigning pupils on unconstitutional basis: found geographical districts here foster segregation. Pending on remand.
||Thompson v Bd of Educ
(Durham Co) (MD NC, Greensboro Div) Jy 23, 1963: Pl-Negroes filed school desegregation suit. May 10, 1965: Def proposed plan offering 3-step "freedom of choice" to be completed in 3 yrs. DC approved with consent of both parties.
||DuBissette v Bd of Educ
(Carbarrus Co) (MD NC, Salisbury Div, #C-190-S-63) Facts: X DOCKET 65. Agreement renewed for 1965-66, reserving Pl's right to renew teacher desegregation request. US Dept of Educ rejected plan.
||Gill v Bd of Educ
(Concord City) (MD NC, #C-223-S-63) Facts: X DOCKET 65. May 11, 1965: Parties agreed to consent order but no provision made for teacher desegregation. May 12: DC ordered parties to work out agreement for subsequent yrs by Mar 15, 1966; Def must send written notice of school assignments at end of school year; parents may request reassignment in 30 days.
||Bowditch v Bd of Educ
(Buncombe Co) (CA 4) (10 RRLR 161) Facts: X DOCKET 65. Apr 7, 1965: CA affirmed, with modification of plan to include integration of high schools within Dist.
||Sowers v Bd of Educ
(Lexington) (MD NC, #20-S-64) Facts: X DOCKET 65. Mar 15, 1965: DC entered consent order.
Julius Chambers, Esq., 405½ E. Trade St., Charlotte.
||Nesbitt v Bd of Educ
(Statesville) (CA 4) (10 RRLR 169) Facts: X DOCKET 65. Apr 7, 1965: CA remanded for modification of plan to eliminate segregation in initial pupil assignments, not just allow later transfers out of segregated schools. Pls filed objections, moved to add NC Teachers Assn as Def. Jy 6: h'g.
||Barrow v Bd of Educ
(Washington City) (ED NC) Facts: X DOCKET 123. Jan 1965: DC ordered open enrollment plan put into effect. 7 students transferred immediately. Pls rejected proposed 1965-66 plan because it did not desegregate teachers.
||Hickman v Bd of Educ
(Craven Co) (ED NC, #637) Facts: X DOCKET 123. Mar, 1965: Parties agreed to plan which included desegregation of teachers.
||Ward v Bd of Educ
(Cleveland) (Ct of Com Pleas) Apr 24, 1964: Pls, taxpayers, filed suit seeking injunction to halt school construction until schools integrated. May 8: Ct denied injunction. Pending.
James A. Haynes, Esq., 5424 Woodland Ave.; Louis L. Stokes, Esq., 2584 E. 55th St., both Cleveland.
||Re Girard College
(Philadelphia) (Int Rev Serv) After earlier suit, II DOCKET 52—IV DOCKET 61, cd 357 US 570 (1958), City Bd of Trs replaced by private bd, which continued to operate under 1841 will of donor that school for "poor, white male orphans." May 1-Jy 12, 1965: Daily picketing by NAACP chap; May 5: 8 arrested: inciting to riot, breach of peace, disorderly conduct, $500 bail; Je 25: 19 arrested: inciting to riot, assaulting police; Jy 12: 5 arrested. May 25: NAACP filed petition for review of school's tax exempt status under Int Rev C §501-C-3 as "public charity." Pending.
A. Samuel Dashiell, Esq., Philadelphia.
And see Rice Univ, 522.Tex.24.
||NAACP v SC Dept of Educ
(ED SC) Mar 1965: Def began payments of $127/pupil to parents as tuition grants to segregated white schools. Pl moved to enjoin payments. DC granted injunction as to Charleston. White parents intervened, sought dismissal. May 26, 1965: DC denied request: "it is the public interest which commends the maintenance of the status quo pending determination of the constitutional questions involved."
||Northcross v Memphis Bd of Educ
(WD Tenn, #3931) Facts: X DOCKET 67. Je 12, 1964: CA decision requiring DC h'g on remand. No hearing obtained. Interrogatories filed. New motion for further relief filed, hearing set for July, 1965.
||Sloan v 10th School Dist
(Wilson Co) (MD Tenn, Nashville Div, #3107) Facts: X DOCKET 124. Dec 31, 1964: Def submitted plan: employment of teachers, other personnel without regard to race. Apr 17, 1965: DC approved.
Avon Williams, Jr., Esq., 327 Charlotte Ave., Nashville.
||Vick v Bd of Educ
(Obion Co) (WD Tenn, #1259) Facts: X DOCKET 68. Pls filed motion for further relief alleging Negro students exposed to humiliation. May 14, 1965: Def denied allegation; moved DC to close case. Je 18, 1965: h'g.
||Monroe v Bd of Educ
(Jackson) (WD Tenn, #327) Facts: X DOCKET 68. Correction: Plan not approved. Pls claim zones gerrymandered, teacher segregation retained. May 28-Je 18, 1965: h'gs.
||Robinson v Brown
(Monroe Co) (WD Tenn) Facts: IX DOCKET 114. Apr 14, 1965: Pls filed motion for further relief: Negroes not given sufficient time to register for 1965-66 term. May 11, 1965: Def denied charges. Je 25: h'g.
||Hill v Bd of Educ
(Franklin Co) (ED Tenn, Winchester Div, #668) Facts: X DOCKET 68. Dec, 1964: Appeals dismissed; Bd filed plan to cover all elementary schools by 1965-66, all secondary schools by 1966-67. Feb 5: objections filed. DC overruled; case closed subject to Pls' right to reopen for hg on request.
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||Rice Univ v Carr
(Tex Ct of Civ App) Facts: X DOCKET 68. Mar 9, 1965: Co Ct held for Pl-Trs, permitted deviation from donor's will limiting enrollment to whites. Feb 4: Ct of Civ App dism'd appeal for want of jurisdiction.
And see Girard College, 522.Pa.1a.
||Price v Ind School District
(Denison) (ED Tex, #1565) Facts: X DOCKET 69. Apr 23, 1964: CA 5 reversed and remanded. Jy 7: Defs filed plan for total desegregation. Jy 19: DC approved.
||Allen v School Bd
(Prince Edward Co) (ED Va) Facts: X DOCKET 69, 124. May 20, 1965: Pl petitioned DC to order Def to reopen formerly all-white high school: when Bd began operating under fedl ct order, it did not open all schools, causing crowding in opened schools; incentive needed for whites to enroll in public nonsegregated system instead of continuing in private segregated system. Pending.
||Bradley v School Bd
(Richmond) (CA 3, #9471) (10 RRLR 179) Facts: X DOCKET 69. Apr 7, 1965: CA 4 upheld DC's approval of Def's plan, even though it permitted Negro students to remain in Negro schools if they wished: law doesn't require that Negroes be forced to leave their customary schools.
||Gilliam v School Bd
(Hopewell) (ED Va, Richmond Div, #3579; CA 4, # #9625-9626) (8 RRLR 1467 (DC 1963), 9 RRLR 747 (CA 1964), 10 RRLR 190 (CA 1965)) Facts: X DOCKET 70. Apr 1964: DC disapproved Def's plan. Jy: DC approved new plan: free choice. Both sides appealed. Apr 7, 1965: CA 4 affirmed: geographic boundary lines, "feeder" system to high school approved: irrelevant that they encourage de facto segregation.