Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1963 · Page 11
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P«9t A-IZ--INDEfENDENT Lot f ··*. Ttart* *jrl : SKIP CO3I1C STAR j: Negro March \ Leads to Jail GREENWOOD. Miss. (UPI--Police broke up a .voter registration march led by Dick Gregory Wednesday and arrested all 19 of the Negro part.apants-but , House Mtrchant Sea Unions Arbitration Death-Driver Suspect to Quit Hospital Soon OB -- The of a bill 10 authorize compulsory arbitration of putts man time noted labor dis- F. Graski. 32, of Anaheiia. accused of felony drunk driving and two counts of manslaughter in the deaths of two children ia a Seal Beach car crash March 24. Wednesday eight was reported in satisfactory condition ia Long Beach Community Hospital. Graski was admitted to the from the family to death. not the nationally known comic. · Gregory immediately an-i nounced he was cancelling all voter registration tests but Vvf his nightclub engagements only individually or in small and would ' remain in this groups. Delta community to "fight' this thing until the government sends in troops.' Committee hearing. -1 hope Congress hai the$5,006 bail "bond technically political courage to pass this' bill" said M. J. McCarthy, 1 forfeited Tuesday by THE LEADERS --Gregory, Ida Holland »nd the Rev. ; The Negro comedian told a Robert Kinloch. a Baptist president of Berry McCar- Huatiagton Beach Municipal SanCourt Judge Celia Baker. 'pending return of thy Shipping Co. Int. Francisco. -la many respects the fate warrant April 23. of this bill is political." com- vcter rally Tuesday night -If pastor--refused to break up'mented Rep. Thor C. Tollef- Bobby Kennedy or any of his the group. While they were son. R-WasrL. a member of family came down here paint-lurking, a Negro in his early the committee considering ed black, they wouldn't send M's spoke up from the rear ' troops but missiles." bank and urged his compan- * * * * ions to stand fist. : "IF IT TAKES 10 years 111 Police ^.^ in be here in an effort to put' ng Negr - Ufted , down the police brutality.";; 'Gregory said following the',arrest of 19 Wednesday. I the measure which would provide for compulsory arbitration as a last resort if the Diction. President considers a mari-' , and placed him in a wait- by in The Negroes, i n c l u d i n g "teen-aged boys and girls and auxiliary patrolman. The officers then surround- d the time dispute a threat to the! nation. McCARTHV did not elaborate on his comment in the! car 26 for ." according to bis at-jJesse. and their youngest torney. Philip E. Poppler. A ***· Mint Douglas, escaped with minor injuries. GRASKI, of myjN. West SL, Anaheim, had a reading of .10 ia a blood test bench alcohol, his attorney said. A reading of .15 or over indicates ' the person tested is drunk. . Graski's lawyer said his client had a "depressive reaction" after the accident. The lawyer said there hac been nine fatalities intersection in the past year and a half. The intersection should be on trial,'* he said. "It's a death trap." POPPLER SAID the forfeiture was a routine matter in cases of this type to allow the court to maintain juris- He expects his client to be released sometime this weekend. Graski was driver of a car which allegedly sped through a stop-sign intersection at "headquarters by police headed by Gty Commissioner B. A. (Buff) Ham- but said later that Bolsa Chka Road and West r^-^ieach. individually w h e t h e r P°Mcd courage would be n^ster A , vc . Due - *??.*"* few blocks:^ r^.^ri *""",,/ needed because of the %-oting mto a car dnven by Michael power of labor. .(Barrett, 25. of 16132 Baltard Maritime union spokesmen _lPolifiol »dv«rts«m«itt to vote alone." Most of the Negroes re- Huntington Beach. "mond. H a m m o n d ordered them to disperse. , : He told the Negroes they ' eUow could go to the Leflore Coun- "ty counhouse and take the fused to move and were ar- have termed the bill a threat to a labor movement. Barrett's children. Donna, 3. and David, 2, were hurled A ioroug\ grounjlirg !· principTti. George F. Reinhard Scbool Board. LB.U.5.D. TOTE TOMOMOW. ttl\\. S (rested and herded aboard the i bus. HOWEVER, Hammond instructed the officers not arrest Gregory. Gregory and the Rev. Don-! I aid L. Tucker, who was bitten by a police dog d u r i n g a march last week, later con-j f erred w i t h Commissioner,! Hammond and Police Chief. I Curtis Lary about the arrests.!I After the conference, Greg-JF ory made the announcement, he was c a n c e l l i n g all hisj nightclub engagements. There was more r a c i a l I trouble in Birmingham, Ala. ^Committee OKs Medical School Bill WASHINGTON t? -- The House Rules Committee, car rying out the wishes of President Kennedy, Wednesday cleared for floor action a bill to provide aid for medical and dental schools. |ln that city 10 Negroes were I The bill, sidetracked earlier! arrested when they attempted by a 7-7 vote in the rulesjsit-in d e m o n s t r a t i o n s at | committee, sailed through by ( downtown stores. This appar- voice vote. It probably will^ntly was the start to a new I not be considered by the drive, since integration lead- House until after the Easter er Martin Luther King an- | recess. The $205.7 bill would provide million for a three- year program of construction grants and student loans de- nounced in Atlanta that he I would go to Birmingham later. § to help with the effort. In Macon. Ga^ Mayor Ed 1 Wilson threatened to close signed to ease the shortage of j parks and playgrounds if ra- professional health personnel[eial tensions persist. Synaiion Malilm Permit Studied by Commission After an Tuesday, the County Regional ' t r-T Ln Amtte! IUTIM all-day hearing length in protest against the ' of them citing FOR THE..If.:'COMMUNITY. CHEST Greofetf . . . ffesf AUtideJ Variety Skew ia tie Wetf: JANE POWELL * JAYNE MANSFIELD * Bobby BURGESS * Barbara BOYLAN if The GALA LADS International Barbershop Qaartct Champions if VIVIAN DUNCAN ITHE DUNCAN SISTERS) if JAMES BRADLEY JR. 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