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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - December 16, 1960, Darmstadt, HesseThe Sims and . Moves to Hal negro Voli a " -.-. % ".,.v ci7. ,. ,.to Memphis f a the Justice department asked for a court order to halt economic reprisals against a Groes in Faytus county Tenn and Nanod As defendants the county s meet Protta at citizen Federal judge Marlon Beyvl i dec. 37 to hear a it settee depart ment request for a preliminary in Junction barring eviction of More than 400 negroes because they or members of their families voted in november among the 82 defendants named were the Somerville Bank & Trust co. Somerville mayor i. P. A Riley general session court judge Paul Summers rep Davit k Givena. Ii if Ftp at so Merhle insurance agent wholesale grocers and gasoline dealers Boyd turned Down a request foil an immediate temporary rentral ing order against the defendants1 it was the second Vest Tennes see county to be acc aed by the Justice department of using eco tera Feer people Selassie soon spurned role Duce dupe by United Frew International ethiopian Crown Prince Merid a Mach Asfa Wassen is the Man Mussolini tried to set up As a Pup pet ruler after his fascist legions overran the country Abyssinia As it waa known thon25 years ago with dive bombers and Mustard Ash fled to England and in 1941, with his father. Emperor Haile Selassie returned to add i Ababa when the allies drove out the italians. Siace than according to some observers Hie British educated i Crown Prince watched restlessly Ashi father s modernization schemes proceeded at a so Ugwuh Pace. Son s idea win though Kile Selassie introduced some economic and social reforms Ethiopia these observers said was not moving fast enough for the Forward looking Asia and apparently his ideas Nave now won Cut a a was born july 31, 1916. On fail tint visit to England in 1932, two years after he father s Corona Tion the Young Prince showed particular interest in bicycles sport ing guns and fighting swords on purchasing 500 of the latter the 16-year-old assured salesmen we in Abysinia .80 not play with swords we use them studied in Britain after the italian invasion of hts Homeland the Crown Prince lived with his exiled family in a 14 Rooni georgian mansion outside the historic City of Bath. England. Acra took the Opportunity to learn English and to study at Liverpool and Bristol universities. A professor who taught him egyptology attributed to the Prince Bath intellectual honesty and Quick nent of perception Asia later studied at the military staff College in Khartoum Sudan. Among the postwar International Venu a a attended were the funeral of King George i and the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth. He recently toured the world. A of 1b54. Asfa had three Daugh Ter and Ona w a Prince Aboto Yacov. Mboya s brother at school in Ohio industrialist wife die in Home fire m1ddlebury, Conn a White judge has sentenced 10 africans to death for the staying of nine policemen in mob action at the Cato Manor negro settlement near Here Jan. 21 eight other africans including five juveniles were sentenced to prison terms ranging from 5 to 15 years. The slain four Whites stabbed and stoned to death by the mob White on a liquor raid. Policemen included they were hacked economist predicts 6 million jobless Washington a a labor Union economist told a Senate subcommittee the United states can expect about six million unemployed workers in the next few months. That would be an increase of nearly 2 million Over the november unemployment estimates by that. Tabor department the Economy us now in & Stanley h. Tut Tenborg director of research for the Al Cio told a Senate labor subcommittee to is investigate tin several proposals for aiding the new democratic administration on employment and manpower prob lems. We have no Way of telling How sharply or prolonged it the recession May be Ruttenberg said. The hearing is on a Bill to establish a new three Man Council of manpower advisers for the president. Lomick who voted or a similar suit matted it Aboo growing Monty to which outnumber Whites by a a. Both Corot Tanto were fid Tew District court Here by atty Gen. Wifi atm p. Rogers and both seek an injunction to prevent the defendants Fawn coercing and using economic discrimination against the acts Rogers said were used to threaten intimidate and coerce nor residents were the termination of leases refusals tit sell necessities even for Cash re urals to extend credit refusals to renew insurance policies and the circulation of lists of negro regu rants to help merchants penalize residents of both Fayette and Haywood counties claim the dislocating of negroes is the Nat ural result of mechanization and changing Economy in which less Cotton is planted this year few negroes had voted in the two counties since Lemons True Tion Days. This year the Fayette count Ivic and welfare league and a Simitar group of negroes in Hay Wood county were formed to push registrations. Rogers complaint noted that the number of negroes qualified to vote in Fayette county reached 1,400 since May i960, nearly 1,000 Are now registered in Haywood. Called emergency a hearing on a plea for a pre Seminary injunction in the Hay Wood Case is to be heard monday. The injunction seeks to bar 39 landowners from evicting More than 300j negroes because one or More members of their families registered to vote John dear first assistant at Torney in the Justice department s civil rights division has termed the situation an emergency. He said the Haywood evictions were timed for the end of the year. Meanwhile a spokesman for the Fayette county civic and welfare league said a tent City was being erected on the outskirts of Somer Ville the Fayette county seat. The spokesman said five tents have been put up so far and Many More Are planned. He said Only one family had moved into the tent area but that More were expected. If United unite has approved for there to or to _., propaganda a Flat have included by an 1 stent Fons lament a sponsored by tiles caning of without any Transfer Power colonial Territ a Lions or distinction to the United France Belgium Africa Spain an dominican rept reject the Assembly voted Down a on colonial Freedom j declaration Laid Chev last sept for Complete inc with for the colonial areas and All strongholds of the form of possess pc areas in that states must be the operative sort i Resolution was defeat with 30 abstentions ration As a whole Rej to 25 vote with 29 the successful Tion said in part. Immediate step in Trust and nonself Rit ories or Alt other which have not yet dependence to to the Peoples of Tho without any conditions i tons in accordance pressed will and desire i distinction As to color i order to in enjoy Complete ind

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