Newspaper Page Text
i. . f I ;;vS:-:.:.--:.rvt.y- i 1 I t -. 1 - . . i . n nn uvu STORY ON PAGE THREE- v II 6 4 DJ DJ) Vol. I No. I HARTFORDCONN., SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1949 PRICE TEN CENTS wmUd imp iUtnJy n m U I 1 (M ) m mi l il 41 m 1 Livvy vili mi 1 il u j n V L L ZI ZI Imi I n vj (Story Oh Page Tvo) - . - . ' - - ; ' ; ' - v ' , , ' .. , . . :. i ; um f -g.w W ........ , - if ; S" '"- xr ;. ' , '!iiiiiSii- - " ,. , .-l,..nn- ...i.. r-nnriirTliiirirriniiinmnwnihfilWyiriUcMliii tni- .nii-n nrninnnmnwnimmniimwninrii- -i r n if -m . m . ,. rniiwt.-n.ti.ii.il in . ir nmi imi i r imi i nMii..n... MAJOR GENERAL FREDiERICK REINCKE, Adjutant General of the State of Connecticut, look on as Governor Chester Bowles triumphantly signs 'new legislation ruling out bias in the state's National Guard. The bill was unanimously passed in both houses. Against a national background which spotlighted a filibustering, unholy alliance of. Southern diehards and Northern reactionaries who thwarted the cause of civil rights in the United States Senate, Connecticut's democratic action wotvthe acclaim of liberal leaders throughout the nation. Among leaders who made exclusive statements to the BULLETIN praising the Connecticut Legislature and Governor Bowles, were Walter White, NAACP Executive Secretary; Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., Chairman of New York Mayor O'D wyer's committee on Unity ; Captain Grant Reynolds, Captain of the Na tional Committee Against Jim Crow in Military Training and Services, and Dr. Channing H. Tobias, Director, Phelps-Stokes Fund. (Story on page Two.) James Lee Photo n "v.