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Au contraire... Wickliffe Draper funded the MissSovComm...

John;

Since you, it would appear, seem to be the only one who follows this pathway!

Au contraire... Wickliffe Draper funded the MissSovComm, the Assn of Medgar Evers, Jr. by the

nephew of Sen. James O. Eastland, Byron DeLa Beckwith, the murder of The Freedom Riders

and of course, the Assn of JFK...

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John;

In event that you are still out there, this is one direction on the road.

"Maurice Malone as commission director, filling a leadership void that had existed since Ney Gore's resignation in November 1957."

" Van Landingham asked for notification of future developments and reported the call to Director Malone"

." It concluded that if blacks tried to integrate the coastal beaches, "the people of Harrison County and the area would make the [Emmett] Till and Parker cases look like kid stuff."

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Interested.

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John;

In event that you are still out there, this is one direction on the road.

"Maurice Malone as commission director, filling a leadership void that had existed since Ney Gore's resignation in November 1957."

" Van Landingham asked for notification of future developments and reported the call to Director Malone"

." It concluded that if blacks tried to integrate the coastal beaches, "the people of Harrison County and the area would make the [Emmett] Till and Parker cases look like kid stuff."

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John;

Since you, it would appear, seem to be the only one who follows this pathway!

Roadways into the past can also point to current as well as future events.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.ph...=100#entry93386

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http://www.co.jackson.ms.us/gipages/Histor.../FairSchool.htm

Pascagoula, Mississippi

APRIL 28, 1963 -- 2:30 P.M.

Assistant Superintendent of Schools

Mr. Herbert D. Farrell (for those who do not know, check out Chamberlain-Hunt Academy/aka Home of the Oswalds)

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The JFK Assassination Conspiracy began and ended right here...

and so did the Assassination of Medgar Evers, Jr. and the Freedom Riders, too.

http://themiddleoftheinternet.com/OnlineBooks/Rebels/13.pdf

Read all the links about Wickliffe P. Draper, Eastland, Thurmond and The Pioneer Fund...

http://themiddleoftheinternet.com/OnlineBooks/Rebels/

Where Rebels Roost... Mississippi Civil Rights Revisited

CONTENTS

Cover Page & Intro

Foreword by Benjamin T. Greenberg vii

Prologue xiv

Book One History to Learn From

Chapter 1 From the Delta 30

Chapter 2 On Becoming Mississippi 37

Chapter 3 Hands that Picked the Cotton 55

Chapter 4 War of Aggression 64

Chapter 5 Freedom’s Taste 85

Chapter 6 Power of Terrorism 119

Chapter 7 Integration ‘Impossible’ 135

Chapter 8 Under the Microscope 157

Book Two Still Time To Learn

Chapter 9 Mississippi Stories 178

Chapter 10 Veterans Challenge the System 186

Chapter 11 War Rumors Hang Around 195

Chapter 12 Post War Civil Rights 207

Chapter 13 Brown & White Citizens Councils 217

Chapter 14 Bloody Belzoni 240

Chapter 15 Emmett Till 249

Chapter 16 The Meltons of Glendora 280

Chapter 17 Surviving Mississippi 295

Chapter 18 Registering Voters 306

Chapter 19 Mission Implausible 337

Chapter 20 Pushing the System 350

Chapter 21 Cleve McDowell 381

Chapter 22 Medgar Evers 394

Chapter 23 De’ Lay 399

Chapter 24 Follow the Money 419

Chapter 25 Chaney, Goodman & Schwerner 433

Chapter 26 Let the Summer Begin 461

Chapter 27 Klandestine 469

Chapter 28 Freedom Democrats 483

Chapter 29 Not Afraid 493

Chapter 30 For Freedom’s Sake 509

Chapter 31 Self Preservation 524

Chapter 32 Advocacy Building 542

Chapter 33 More Violence to Reconcile 561

Chapter 34 A Place in Time 591

Epilogue 612

Appendix

Lists of the Dead 615

People of Emmett Till 636

WeBlog: Mack Charles Parker 652

Selected Bibliography 654

About the Authors 663

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John;

In event that you are still out there, this is one direction on the road.

"Maurice Malone as commission director, filling a leadership void that had existed since Ney Gore's resignation in November 1957."

" Van Landingham asked for notification of future developments and reported the call to Director Malone"

." It concluded that if blacks tried to integrate the coastal beaches, "the people of Harrison County and the area would make the [Emmett] Till and Parker cases look like kid stuff."

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John;

In event that you are still out there, this is one direction on the road.

"Maurice Malone as commission director, filling a leadership void that had existed since Ney Gore's resignation in November 1957."

" Van Landingham asked for notification of future developments and reported the call to Director Malone"

." It concluded that if blacks tried to integrate the coastal beaches, "the people of Harrison County and the area would make the [Emmett] Till and Parker cases look like kid stuff."

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John;

Since you, it would appear, seem to be the only one who follows this pathway!

Roadways into the past can also point to current as well as future events.

http://www.nationalfruitflavor.com/Web%20-%20about%20us.htm

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Harkey, Daniel

Confederate

Infantry

1st Battalion, Mississippi Infantry (State Troops) (12 months, 1862-63)

1st Battalion, Mississippi Infantry (State Troops) (12 months, 1862-63)

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No. Soldier Name Company Rank In Rank Out

1

Harkey, Daniel

2 Lieutenant

2 Lieutenant

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Great-Grandson:---------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ira_B._Harkey_Jr.

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/10/11/obituari...amp;oref=slogin

Mr. Harkey served in the Navy during World War II and then worked in New Orleans for The Times-Picayune before buying the Pascagoula paper in 1949.

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Name: THE TIMES-PICAYUNE PUBLISHING CORPORATION

Merger or Conversion Information: MERGED INTO THE TIMES-PICAYUNE, L.L.C., DOMICILED AT NEW

ORLEANS, LOUISIANA ON DECEMBER 17, 2004 WITH AN EFFECTIVE

DATE OF JANUARY 1, 2005 AT 12:01 A.M.

Prior Name: SIDON, INC. ( 7/16/1962)

Type Entity: Business Corporation

Status: Not Active (Voluntary action)

Last Report Filed on 05/17/2004

Mailing Address: 3800 HOWARD AVENUE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70140

Domicile Address: 3800 HOWARD AVENUE, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70140

File Date: 06/08/1962

Registered Agent (Appointed 10/09/1998): PAUL M. HAYGOOD, 201 ST CHARLES AVE., #4600, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70170

Registered Agent (Appointed 4/20/2000): JAMES SWANSON, 201 ST CHARLES AVE., #4600, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70170

Director: SAMUEL I. NEWHOUSE, JR, 3800 HOWARD AVE., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70140

Director: ASHTON PHELPS, JR., 3800 HOWARD AVE., NEW ORLEANS, LA 70140

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Name: G & C COFFFEE COMPANY, INC.

Type Entity: Business Corporation

Status: Not Active (Action by Secretary of State)

2007 Annual Report/Reinstatement form is required in order to reinstate Print Annual Report/Reinstatement Form For Filing

Mailing Address: C/O SUMTER D. MARKS JR., 420 HIBERNIA BLDG, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Domicile Address: 420 HIBERNIA BLDG, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

File Date: 03/19/1963

Registered Agent (Appointed 3/19/1963): SUMTER D. MARKS JR., 420 HIBERNIA BLDG, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Registered Agent (Appointed 3/19/1963): LOUIS B. CLAVERIE, 420 HIBERNIA BLDG, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

Registered Agent (Appointed 3/19/1963): ASHTON PHELPS, 420 HIBERNIA BLDG, NEW ORLEANS, LA 70112

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http://www2.tulane.edu/article_news_detail...?ArticleID=5324

http://www.tulane.edu/~rivgate/appendix/appendix8.html

Harkey wrote in his autobiography, "Mississippi, to its everlasting shame, allowed Ross Barnett and the Citizens Council puppeteers to whose jerks he danced to choose [physical defiance] for them.

http://www.tulane.edu/~rivgate/appendix/appendix8.html

Ira Harkey Jr. Residence, New Orleans, Louisiana

Architectural Record Award of Excellence for House Design

Record Houses of 1956.

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http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0021-8723...%3E2.0.CO%3B2-F

Alton Ochsner: Surgeon of the South. by John Wilds, Ira Harkey

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http://www.iraharkey.org/news/sun_herald_january_23_2004.htm

Ira Harkey's professional integrity was without equal," said retired Chancery Court Judge Robert Oswald, who was Harkey's attorney.

"Ira so much wanted to see the South overcome the evil of segregation. He saw that segregation was an albatross around the moral and economic life of Mississippi."

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Strange words, considering the source!

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OK John, (Mr. Dolva). I turned left at the Harrison County (Biloxi/Gulfport) Beaches, and headed towards Pascagoula (as opposed to turning right and heading towards New Orleans).

Nevertheless, I still ended up with "Oswald's"; New Orleans; and most of the same "Tulane" group, not to mention even the same families.

Since "my road" appears to have gone around in circles, any recommendations?

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