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Daily Times-News, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Burlington, North CarolinaWeather partly Cloudy mild Toai Glit and tuesday scattered show Roundup of Page 12-a. Time s news times news service Call general manager Ca c-120s editor and news Ca 64417 want ads Ca m414 circulation Ca vol. 322 Price five cents vhf Stew to service associated press newspaper Enterprise Assn. Burlington n. A monday May 20, 1963 Herald to Giaume ses Vicc associated Afier Koom dailies a and feature sexv1cc 20 pages 2 sections court reverses Mart okays demanded sit in rulings Washington supreme court overturned today the convictions of sit in demonstrators in five major cases. The cases were from Barbara the Campaign to Force dese Grega . New Orleans Gree Ovule ., and two cases Flora 3inn the Ala. Court s action was Dis closed with the re ease of an opis Lon by Justice Earls in which Tina of lunch counters ass other facilities in the South by demonstrations by negroes and then White sympathizers. The cases reached the St Prease appeals from state court he concurred is part and Diss Eai a decisions in North Caro Haa South Edia part wish fee majority s action. It was not known who delivered the Roa Morisy Opin Ion. Presumably if was Chiet jus Tice Warren since he released a opinion in the Case from Green Ville In the Greenville Case warred declared that when a state Agency passes a Law compelling persons to discriminate against other persons because of race and the state s criminal processes Are Emif eyed in a Way which dec forces the discrimination Man dated by that Law such a palpable violation of the 14ui amendment cannot be saved by attempting to separate the mental Arges of the Harlan s opinion said he Carolina and leu Isaiaa. Besides it individual defendants directly. Involved in fee appeals about other demonstrators convicted of similar activities looked to the supreme court for final word As to disposition of their cases. Arguments before the High Tri in Mil entered upon the Constitution s 14ih amendment require ment that a state must provide Kauai Protection of the Laws to All its citizens. The amec meet says nothing about the right of an individual to discriminate and the 3 r e me court in 1383 held the equal Protection guarantee bars discrimination Only through action to a state. In the South Carolina sit in Case 10 negroes questioned valid i ii of then convictions for tres pass after a demonstration aug. 9, 1350 in an s. H. Kress store in Greenville. Green vice has an ordinance re Quiring segregation of sating places. The conviction of the 10 demonstrators. However was under a state jaw teak my it a rope a common Market countries agreed today american demands across the Board Tariff cuts. This apparent reversal of position was aimed at end a Tariff Cut action aimed at ending Long policy deadlock by Casl Hartman Geneva More orbits for Mercury be termed unlikely ing the deadlock Between the world s two greatest trading blocs. But at the same time the criminal offence to go on or re main on premises of another per son after being warned not to do so. Agreed with the court majority be cause of its treatment of the state action Issue. Harlan also objected to what he said were the Broad strides with which it the court has proceeded in setting aside the conviction in All of these Harlan said the cases failed for discreet treatment and opinions by chief Justice War Ren were released gradually first in the Greenville Case next in the Biro Frigham. Cases. A of the cases resulted from Durham plan mass acts Durham j2 negro leaders were expected to launch today what Filey car ionised would be 30 consecutive Days of mass demonstrations against in this racially tense College ciry european countries de sanded that in return the United states agree to an automatic formula for adjusting gaps Between High american tariffs and lower european ones. West German economics min i v ister Ludwig Erhard claimed Cre a Dii for the new proposal which he said he thought would end the deadlock with the imbed French finance minister Valery Giscard d Estwing said it s for s the americans to the full session of the 73-Natioa general agreement an tariffs and trades conference marked time while the common marketers and he americans cockeyed for Posi Ion. Chairman Switzerland called the 10 negroes were sentenced see court on Page three a about 450 jailed of trespass charges yester Day after Ibey sat Down the parking m at a Howard Johnson restaurant and refused to Budge. North Carolina College and area High schools first marched a Banc the restaurant singing and chant ing fee with the words we re going to East Johnson s two of their leaders Fead been on of these Washington sees Cooper tuesday by Jules Loh Cape canaveral Fla. Two Days of examinations questions and confetti behind him astronaut Gordon Cooper planned to do Noth ing today except relax. That s something that comes easy to a Rama who can doze off while perched atop a rocket set to blast him into space. Asked at a news conference sunday if he thought his flight concluded project Mercury Cooper replied that it was his personal opinion that great gain would come from an extended Mercury flight. Then he tossed the one stirs to Schaffer of off an after noon meeting but agreed to pre Side at a special evening session of the disputing sides. Unix Rof the situation is that ministers of the common Market countries France West Ger baby the Netherlands Bel Gium and Luxembourg insist on reductions in individual . Tariffs they considered too High As Well As agreed general cuts. The u.3. Delegation has insisted on equal percentage cats from both sides with a goal of slashes As High As 50 per cent it wants to open formal bargaining ses Sions May j a Conion a Market scam be gaining talks until the unit o 7 is e Oner at news conference astronaut Gordon Cooper is shown nere As he greets Ting them on the Gummi pro few during Wilg count. At Cocoa a. For his first news conference since before big rocket roared off the launching pad. The astronaut punctuated his see More 02 Page three a de Sta Trade bloc taken into custody when they at tempted to enter the restaurant this brought to nearly ass so i rested Here during the biggest weekend of Demonsi ratios in months. Tee honoured and thirty were arrested saturday. All were released of their owe recognition after warrants charging trespass ing were processed. Those arrested saturday will be tried a City court beginning wednesday. The hearing Date for those arrested yesterday was set for May 29. Leaders a both the a act and the Congress of facial Equality Core said the of Fol the jails Campaign to break barriers in Public easing places would Begia today Aad police were pre paring Fer that event Pality. Violence almost erupted after the arrest of the 450 sunday. Large groups of Whites and negroes lined so facing each other across the Street in front of the demonstrations county Cou Mcase where Rae rested Tono Stratos were processed wove Freir Way along several several Fet fights broke oat Bat a squad of 50 officers managed to prevent a general Melee. Four White men were arrested Fine of them for carrying a conc said saturday s Bon violent demonstration police were ready for a big one yesterday. A dozen Ponce ears and five tramways bases were waiting when the1 demonstration began at the How Ard Jolson. Restaurant the. Negroes mostly Sta Deats at then Oliea i Weir leaders were see Durham on Page three a new Effort is Seton Greensboro by melv3n Lang Greensboro . Gro leaders indicated today they will intensify attempts to break radar i downtown Eaf a and Heaters. I More than negroes adults in the through the downtown area. San Day night As an indication of their to continue racial agree on As he said the common Market Woald agree to a Date if the United states con handle the High Tariff problem on the same level As its prox Isales for across Bani cuts. Maurice Brasseau Mia or. Sobert c. Sea Maas associate administrator of the National aeronautics and space ads Ginistra Tion. We Are faced with a decision in the next week or so on another Mercury Seamans said but said it is quite unlikely an other Mercury manned Mission i will be conducted j the longer you keep Mercury working of Mercury flights the longer you delay put nothing at All How he glided his. Spacecraft manually Back to Earth All the automatic methods Tad failed. I saw the Light go he said and i thought maybe at first i d just ignore it Bat i decided maybe to better cot i was afraid it Tsuida t go this was the Light that signalled the re entry guidance treacle. He told also How lie cat napped from time to time when the work and How he even caught ton tomorrow. Up told by Cooper Sti Idy in contrasts l l a by John Barbour associated press science writer in another area i saw a boat they come he said from the going down1 a River creating a Hydrogen peroxide jets con weapons. After ister of foreign Trade conveyed a a the Market group s decision to Christian a Herter president Kennedy s chief negotiator at Ibe Gatt talks. The talks wind up tuesday. The . Proposal cars for equal Lii Isar Tariff reductions limited except in Short United states wants nearly All tariffs slashed by the same percentage. At astronaut Gordon Cooper s space tale of is whirlwind world a study in contrasts he saw the Bamboo eur tailed heart of hed China. He nearly saw Bis own Home hidden by Trees in Houston Tex he saw things As colossal As the Himalayas and things As puny As houses a trucks Wake doa t could see in individuals 5jr or anything i certainly could see the individual smoke from individual Homes. I did see Dabas Texas i did see Houston. I Dowa and the being put right to the he woke startled from is space sleep forgetting for a moment where he was. Yet he had the greatest presence of mind in flying his spacecraft Back to Earth through the roasting and danger Ous moments of re entry Bat somehow a the telling at sunday s news Eoa Eranee in France s insistence the common Cooper s off relaxed and Light Market countries contended that style it All seemed to come oat High . Tariffs should be slashed a by greater Amo Sais than Low a a tariffs same. Trade expansion act of 1s62, Winch gave tie president the broadest Powers in Story to Cut Atner ican tariffs. Wove blocks before ending Eig Fet hours of demonstrations. Trials reportedly to begin today Lor 708 demonstrators held in jail since Friday and Salon Ltd a gets. There were no arrests Dor Jing the Naday s isee new of Page in to fils Corner these things happen Hon Church England

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