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Neil T. Kath

Nov 8, 2007, 3:17:38 PM11/8/07
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coming to see me off?" I asked my
Negro friends.
"No," they replied. "We should not be allowed near
because of the color bar!"
The final day arrived, and I went by bus to the docks.
Carrying my small case, and presenting my ticket, I was
confronted with a demand as to the whereabouts of the
rest of my luggage. "This is all," I replied. "I am taking
nothing more."
The Official was plainly puzzled-and suspicious. "Wait
here," he muttered, and hurried off to an inner office.
Several minutes later he came out accompanied by a more
senior official. "Is this all your luggage, sir?" the new man
"It is," I replied.
He frowned, looked at my tickets, checked the details
against entries in a book, and th

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