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TRACE ROUTE OF 1965 CIVIL RIGHTS RALLY
KKK marches on Montgomery
YNEVILLE, Ala. (AP) - A troopers and reporters. "bend over backwards" to protect disavowed any Klan involvement in
g band of Ku Klux Klan marchers The Klan - whose numbers in- freedom-of-speech rights for all people. Liuzzo's death. "I didn't mourn it, but I
ed "white power, white power" creased slightly yesterday to about 100 But Mayor Emory Folmar said the didn't order it," he said. "It wasn'tsan-
'day as they paused at the site - plans to enter Montgomery on Sun- Klan had failed to follow rules for get- ctioned by the Klan."
civil rights worker Viola Liuzzo day, but it has no parade permit for ting a permit. Wilkinson said full responsibility for
hot and killed by Klan nightriders their march and rally on the steps of the Klan leaders have threatened to enter her 'death lay with the FBI, saying,
rs ago. Capitol. the city without a permit, and police "They instigated these kinds of things
tune of "Dixie" blared from a U.S. District Judge Robert Varner in have said they will be arrested. by paying petty thugs and crooks to in-
eaker atop a van. Montgomery indicated yesterday that It was on the last day of the King-led form on the Klan, and the bigger the
Klan members, in the second day he would reject a Klan request for an march that Liuzzo, a white Detroit crime, the bigger the paycheck."
0-mile trek from Selma to Mon- order to allow the march without a housewife, died in a hail of bullets fired Former FBI informant Gary Thomas
ry which retraces the route taken permit. from a carload of KKK members along Rowe is fighting extradition from
r. Martin Luther King Jr. and Warner said he would issue a written U.S.80. Georgia to this small Alabama com-
rights marchers in 1965, were order later but commented from the Reminded of Liuzzo's slaying, Klan munity to face charges that he fired the
hed by a sudden downpour that bench that his "present thinking" was march leader Bill Wilkinson said he felt fatal shots. The indictment was handed
just as they reached the Liuzzo to reject the Klan bid. "no remorse" about her death. "She down by a grand jury which heard two
g spot. Attorney Doyle Fuller, representing was doing an unsanctimonious thing, former Klan members say they saw
only spectators were state the Klan, told Varner the city should helping those niggers," he said. Rowe fire the shots.
The Klan member showed some signs Rowe, who lives in Savannah, Ga.,
r in uble, K ennedy of fatigue yesterday as they trudged ays he took no part in the slaying,
peratures. Wilkinson limped noticeably 1965 Voting Rights Act.
but he vowed to complete the march. Wilkinson said Liuzzo "was
teres s row n """"" (6 f e The KKK members kept their robes Promoting race-mixing and that's the
and hoods packed away in vans and highest sin you can commit." Asked
SING (UPI)-President Carter ."THE ODDS ARE increasing that the buses, preferring the relief of T-shirts whether "race-mixing" was a higher
deep political trouble unless he situation will open up later this year," and cutoff blue jeans. sin than murder, he replied. "Yes,
major strides in the next few he said. Wilkinson spoke with reporters higher than murder."
s tard svins the naxtion's Riegle stressed that Carter's during a 90-minute lunch break. As the Klansmen set out again after
1s toward solving the nation's problems, while serious, are not insur- The imperial wizard of the Invisible lunch, Wilkinson said, "I hope the FBI
aritic ills e and bolsteringi muHe has time to make a recovery Empire, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, doesn't have someone down there to
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saa yesrer ay. outi wi require an exraoruinary per
If Carter cannot recover soon, the formance," Riegle said.
Michigan Democrat said, a challenge The first-term senator said interest in
by Sen. Edward Kennedy is almost cer- the 1980 race is high in Michigan.
tain. "There is a lot of interest in Kennedy
"Time is running out, I think, for the and I would say that interest is
Carter Administration," Riegle said. building," he said.
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