77, April 17-30, 1969

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Fifth Estate Issue #77, April 17-30, 1969 WEB CONTENTS ALL FIFTH ESTATE ISSUES FIFTH ESTATE HOME // Share this on…

Unclassifieds

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Fifth Estate # 76, April 3-16, 1969

UNCLASSIFIEDS cost 50 cents per line per issue. Figure four words per line. (A word is a word including one and two letter words. A phone number is a word. Street numbers are words. Abbreviations should be sensible. DISCOUNT RATES: …

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Events Calendar

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Fifth Estate # 76, April 3-16, 1969

Compiled by Barbara Wellner and Ivana Gottfried. Those events marked with an asterisk (*) need Fifth Estate salesmen. If you want to earn some extra money, come down to our office and pick up some papers. FRI. APRIL 4 * …

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Black Theatre

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Fifth Estate # 76, April 3-16, 1969

April 3rd began a new evening of theatre from black experience entitled “Soul of Darkness.” Evenings of two one-act plays by Detroit playwright Laurence Blaine will be held at the Detroit Repertory Theatre. “Little Old Ladies” will be performed by …

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Demonstrations

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Fifth Estate # 76, April 3-16, 1969

(above) A Greek Independence Day celebration at the Masonic Temple March 22 was the signal for the Michigan Freedom for Greece Committee to hold a protest demonstration. “How can they hold an ‘independence’ day celebration when Greece is in chains …

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Algiers Motel Witness Freed

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Fifth Estate # 76, April 3-16, 1969

Karen Malloy is out of jail and home in Columbus, Ohio. // Share this on…

GI Refuses Viet Duty

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Fifth Estate # 76, April 3-16, 1969

FT. JACKSON, S.C.—Pvt. Henry Mills has refused orders to Vietnam. According to the American Serviceman’s Union, Mills came to New York to consult with them and then turned himself in at Ft. Dix, the nearest base. Mills, who is black, …

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At Ft. Jackson: More Repression

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Fifth Estate # 76, April 3-16, 1969

FT. JACKSON, S.C.—Four GIs are in the stockade as a result of an on-base meeting to discuss the war in Vietnam. // Share this on…

Sincavitch to be Tried

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Fifth Estate # 76, April 3-16, 1969

FLASH! Sincavitch has been convicted of being absent without leave and received a suspended sentence of six months confinement. He was ordered to report for active duty immediately, but Sincavitch has stated that he will refuse to do so. // …

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Cops Kill Chicano

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Fifth Estate # 76, April 3-16, 1969

Fernando Gonzalez was 16 years old. He won’t be getting any older. As his name implies, Gonzalez was a Chicano youth from southwest Detroit. And in a wanton display of insane racism, four crazed pigs from the Fort-Green Station of …

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