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NOCPA Peace March



Subject: NOCPA Peace March
Date: 24 Feb 2000 00:00:00 GMT
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New Orleans Times-Picayune April 23, 1963 S1-P10

Pacifist Council Plans New Walk

       The New Orleans Council for Peaceful Alternatives says it will apply this week for a permit to stage a "peace march" Sunday [28th] from Jackson Square to Audobon Park.

       The council, a pacifist organization headed by attorney Bruce Waltzer, had scheduled a march Sunday, April 21, but the council's request for a parade permit as refused.


       Despite the canceled parade, 30 council members appeared in Jackson Square Sunday morning to discuss plans.

New Orleans Times-Picayune May 6, 1963 S1-P10

Police Disperse Parading Group

       Police Sunday [5th] dispersed a crowd of persons, reportedly members of the New Orleans Council for Peaceful Alternatives, attempting to stage a march from Audobon Park down St. Charles ave. about 9 a.m.

       Maj. P.J. Trosclair, Jr., head of the police intelligence division, said the group, carrying placards, is protesting the use of nuclear weapons. He said the persons involved "gave no trouble" and dispersed quietly after it was pointed out to them that their City Hall permit was issued for last Friday.

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       Carlos Bringuier has tried to suggest, without any real evidence, that these people may have known Oswald.

Jerry Shinley

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