The Provisional President of Africa, Marcus Garvey, convicted of using
the mails to defraud in promotion of the Black Star Line, is in jail
and appears likely to remain there for some time at least. Judge Mack
of the Federal Court in New York gave him the maximum sentencefive
years in jail and $1,000 fine. Mr. Garvey was also refused bail pending
his appeal for a retrial.
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