Box 16, Folder 8, Document 72

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Special fo The
MINEOLA, L. I., June 25 —
Arthur Choice, a Negro busi-
nessman in the suburban com-
“;munity of Roosevelt, looked at
“|his hands the other day and
-jasked, “What have we got that's
2 contagious ?”
3} He was questioning why an-
“ather wave of white home own-
fers should withdraw their chil-
‘Gren from the Roosevelt school
"system | at the end of the school
‘year this week, sell their homes
‘and n nove from the community



New York Times

view at the Junior and Senior
High School.

Mr. Terry, who has been Su-
perintendent for 18 years, said
that last year white parents
waited until their children had
finished the school year to scll
their homes and move out.

“But this year, a check with
the school attendance office
showed that withdrawals have

150 pupils left the school sys-

in, the. town of Hempstead to

tera of 2,909 students,

averaged three a day since the}:
end of May. Last year, about:


House for sale on Maple Drive. For Sale signs went up as the school nemeatyy ended,

LI, Community, 60% Negro, —
triving for Racial Balance

I, LL, Moving Out

Repeats a Familiar § Lory’ The Whites Are

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The New York Times (by Rooert Walker) ~
Children on Lincoln Avenue. The parents, said school official, are harder io integrate,


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