Southern newspaper bus boycotts
(tegro Rally Votes jo Boycott Busses In Montgomery Â· 'MONTGOMERY ( U P ) --About 'Â«'dOO Ncjrces voted al t mass rfeeting lust nlghl to stay off the city buses until a satisfactory ar- ringcment Is worked out In a squabble over Jim Crow seating. .The crowd Jammed into a Baptist Baptist ctiurch for the rally after Ihc fj-st day's bus boycott, protesting tie conviction of a seamstress who mused to take a Jim Crow seat. 'Was called "90 per cent effecllve." 1 'The group adopted a resolution t the meeting "to refrain from .riding buses owned and operated ID the city of- Montgomery by the Montgomery City Lines. Inc., until sime arrangements have been Worked oul between the citizens Â·'Â·id the Montgomery City Lines." tTbe resolution further stated, 'Â·yhe Negro citizens of Montgomery Montgomery ate ready and willing to send Â·' d^egatlon of citizens 'lo the Montgomery CUy Lines to discuss toelj grievances and lo work oul Â»i fclutlon for the same." Â· City buses ordinarily crowded ijith Negro workmen, domestics For Deal Infant Funeral services for Carol xmise Dcnl, three months old aufihtcr of Airman First Class W. Denl nnd Mrs. Deal will conducted Wednesday allcr- noon at Bartlcsvillc, Okla. The tody was sent lo BarUosvillo \jcsday morning by Wells Ku- ;ral Homo. Carol Louise died In the Greon- Â·Illo Air Force Base Hospital I 2:30 p. m. Monday, The Deal tome is on the Old Lclaud Mr. Deal is stationed al Grcen- illc Air Force Base. In adtdtion lo her parents she caves a brother, James Allen Deal, 3 years old. MRS. E L I Z A B E T H GRKKX, Stettl*, urÂ«- "St. Toitpb Atjhin For Children ii to contia- Itat. Ifo neÂ«d lo btÂ«ik Ubltti. My children llkÂ« the orange flitot." (hrushchev Says - [Continued from Fngc 1) many . into NATO. They allocate money (or the armament of West crn Germany. They supply Western Western Germany with nrms. "Many leaders of Hie Western countries do not even consider li necessary to conceal that they arc preparing a West German arm against the Soviet Unlim," lh pudgy Russian leader said. "Well," Krushchev shouted looking at Western newsmen covering covering hts speech, "why Ihen do you feel offended, Messrs, British Journalists, when we recollect some facts of the pasl?" and school children w e r e left largely to white passengers d u the boycott.