Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1963 · Page 6
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Eig/it Negro Se?ite?ices Stayed in Mississippi, U.S. Drops Order on Registry Interferences GREENWOOD, Miss. CB -- started to register watting The govermatnt T h u r s d a y dropped an immediate request for an order banning dou ble-file from vole headquarters in Greenwood Thursday. They turned back after interference with Negro rote five blocks with police tat registrations here. In return. Greenwood officials agreed to stay the sentences of eight jailed Negro the road--which has no side- demonstrators. They released them and the Negroes came put of their cell blocks singing freedom songs. In Washington, the Justice Department said the attorney general had been assured there would be no registration interference and law and order would be maintained in this Delta cotton town -- hub of a bitter Negro voter reg Istntion drive. Thirty - eight N e g r o e s ing their pictures at every intersection. A fire truck barreled down waft--and cars suddenly appeared, congesting the area. This was a deliberate attempt to manufacture a traffic situation," WiHey Branton of Atlanta, a leader in the Greenwood vote campaign, slid. Negro comedian Dick Gregory, who helped had the mass voter walk, said he turned the group back because he did not want to accept the responsibility ol "harassment'* from the police photographs. He said he would ask the people if they were willing to accept harassment and plan another walk. Fire Chief J. C. Evans said the call the truck responded to turned out to be a false alarm. U.S. DisL Judge Claude Clayton, sitting In Greenville hearing later on a govern- vellt ^ leaded Thursday for drugstore when the service ment request for a permanent f^^ segregation bar was dosed. injunction against Greenwood ?_^^^ m * 6 __ King laid down « list of said he would schedule a full " Segregation Showdown Looms in Birmingham BIPMWGHAM. Ala. W*-- [for position in the racial Segregationist Eugene aegrcgauuu^t c , _ _ , some 75 miles west of here, Connor »nd Negro leader, Martin Luther King Jr. «p- (. four Negroes were arrested in a lunch counter sit- in. Four others were thwarted in a sit-In attempt at a hotel He give city and county officials until May 20 to Kt pleas. A forma! hearing was ·*I^W.«^ **»£»**. ',, fc^^taS." to =i£ He rave ritv and countV of- «-on no ', ""r 30 - , j. · .. - t.1-,-..,,;-,. ;« .V. Kr.__ term of court in October. Juneau Storm Ends JUNEAU, Alaska IB -- A for mayor. Later. 17 Negroes came to not expected before the next the courthouse in cars--using - . - - i this mode of transportation for the first time. Negro lead ers said 10 took voter tests. The cars had gone when the Negroes came out of the courthouse. On a Negro vote worker's request. Police Commissioner B_ A. Hammond provided a schorl bus to return them to vote headquarters. department, "fifl the jails full* if »'«- four-day storm which dumped aoner include just a beginning in the Negro rer the police peoples'problem." T h e y threatened to were: week was defeated in t race Kin?, of Atlanta, offered a nearly four feet of snow on list of mmimtrm desegrega- this Alaska capital city ended tion rejuirements for the about noon Thursday. Plane time since the storm began dry He said he would remain tors under arrest. ·'" . _ . · r~«.t*t:,l._.~_* *i service resumed for the first untfl the Jim Crow barriers were eliminated. Desegregation of Inn eh grationists violate city segre- counters and other public fa- gation statutes. Connor this cflities . . , . . , . 6 - Establishment of fair-luring policies. - . ; A promise from merchants to request that charges" be dropped against demonstn- Establishment of a biracial institute plans for peaceful at Sunday. As the two men jockeyed desegregation in the schools. --Assoc«!rt Prtu Wlrjiino* NEGRO COMEDIAN Dick Gregory Thursday walks away from Greenwood, Miss^ police commissioner B. A. Hammond after the officer referred to him as a pest during march of Negroes wanting to register. v 1 Charlemagne Prize AACHEN, Germany OB --Tor the 1963 Charlemagne Britain's Deputy Foreign Sec-[Prize. The award given an- retary Edward Heath, who mially by Aachen for out- tried and failed to negotiate British entry into the common market, has been named standing .statesmanship cites Heath's "meritorious work for European unification." Wallc ers I t * f r l o d l y t i e r * of tei] tuck NEW! LYCRA* (SPAHDEX ELASTIC) "SNIP-TO-FIT" KNEE LENGTH PANTIE GIRDLE biflex JUST SNIP NON-RUN LEG BANDS TO FIT YOUR HEIGHT (Tohic I Eftis, Ki Sewit · Js'ew Biflex fcnee-IeagA paatie banishes leg bulges, won't ride up. PLUS mJrriuHzed csstoa length. · Just snip BOa-rsa kg buds to Tit joci height. Hnlit J edges, eo string cecaur/. ' · Lightweight, long-varing LYCRA spux elistk snip* lack ?"*? shape. Embroidered cr!oa tiffeta froct y^Tm* tad trims rntVi my. , · Dowmtretdi satin eTiffic back stupes demere. Soft Hehaca TabandL Ccoctx!ed remoraUe gtzters. · White cdr. , Small -- (2J"-26~) Luge -- ( IT-VST) Jfefem -- (2T-28-) X Urge -- (H"-3r) itrttl feet Fourth and PIn« » HE 7-7431 · Park Frr« Walk ers ll. friendly store of Long Beach EASTER BLOUSES A Spring bouquel of colorful blouses by Tcclili of California and Miss Marcy, featuring a new draped neck line and a new- fabric called Whipped Cream which is made of dacron poly- esler. Your choice of overblouses or tuck in styles in many luscious colors, size 32 to 38. from 3.98 , tecond floor NEW SPRING SEPARATES Beautiful coordinates that any woman would be proud to add to her wardrobe, such as smartly tailored slim skirts, pleated skirls, capris, and jackets in colors of pink, beige or gold, also lovely multicolored print blouses, come on in, seeing their beauty is believing. Skirts, capris, and jacket 5.99 ca. Print cardigan blouse 3.99 tecond floor STRETCH COTTON DENIMS Enjoy your Spring outings in these smartly styled, wash and w e a r s t r e t c h d e n i m s , your choice of capris or" the new knee knocker length pants in l i g h t blue and navy denim, sizes 8 to 16. Try a pair, you'll love them. Knee knockers Capris second floor 5.98 6.08 CINDERELLA DRESSES BURST INTO BLOOM EARLY FOR EASTER Can't you just imagine how lovely she'll look Easter mori« ing in one of these adorable dresses? These Cindercl a dresses were designed to captivate her every charm, a lu · urious but practical dress. A. A dainty lace trim dress with a built in petticoat, choo e from pink or blue, sizes 3 to 6x. B. Simplicity of design, elegance the result, has wide em broidercd skirt, aqua or yellow, 7 to 11. C. Fresh and pretty as Springtime, cotton gingham chcc , wide swirl skirt, maize color, 3 to 6x. PRICED FROM 5.99 to 10.99 loner floor Fonrlh and Pino Shop Monday and Friday '111 0:00 Phono HE 2-71.11 Park Fr o

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