CUT PLEASE. WAS LIKE WHEN YOU GOT JUMPING AHEAD TO LITTLE ROCK, IN 1957, WHAT WAS YOUR SENSE OF THE TOWN WHEN YOU ARRIVED THERE?
when you asking about Little Rock and, uh, I can recall having been stationed at Fort Joseph T. Robinson I think it is ah, anyway, in the army, I had been stationed and that's right outside of Little Rock, so that ah, I was there with the ah, I remember being in the army from there you know? But I knew that it was a segregated town and ah, ah, it was not unlike Mississippi, but, ah I did not feel that ah, they would bar people from the schools and of course when I got there they barred these people from the schools. This was quite a shock to me. And I looked up Daisy Bates and we sat down ah, it was just something that I couldn't imagine.