Interview with Albert Wilson
QUESTION 5
JUDY RICHARDSON:

How did you first hear, how did you first know there was a rebellion?

ALBERT WILSON:

I got up and, I got up all of the stores were open on Sunday. Stores didn't open on Sunday.

JUDY RICHARDSON:

I'm sorry. If you could say, the way I first--

ALBERT WILSON:

OK. The way I first realized that our five and dime which didn't open on Sundays was open. Our gas station which didn't, which didn't open on Sunday was open. And the store owners weren't there. It was my neighbors. And my friends and in one instance, with the five and dime being open from the side, it was me. I was there. And that led me to know, and it just, it progressed and then there were, first there were one or two people here, then there were three and four, five and six. And then it was just, just a massive group of people from everywhere.