Clipped From The Indiana Gazette
Hoi- Behan wll each -DOBIE and parallel Kincheloe conversation claims "Sit-In" On Theater Race Issue NEW YORK (AP) -- Four stu- i^ ^- m i v/ JxiÂ». \ * Â» * / * vÂ»- Â· Â»'Â»-- dents turned a "sit-in" into a ac-sleep-through" Monday night at ic an * - "- .she .she is the best the offices of ABC-Paramount Pictures where they vowed to main until Paramount theaters in the Austin, Tex., are desegregated. The four began the sit-in at 2 -, stage phony a only An in p.m. Monday as a climax to pick- cr , ce s. eting of the ABC-TV Center Build- any ing by 10 Austin students. They slept through the night while two self others marched outside the bu.ld-! and ing. ilv ABC-Paramount issued a state- to " ne ment saying its theaters are n o you centrally centrally controlled segregation is a that de matter to b e ~-f-^ ... i ,a iiuuaeiiuiu uiuug.. resolved by the responsible eie- Mogl Â» _ : _ n Â«U. ny-tr-ii *-v\i i ni t \r i * * _ ments in each community The demonstrators themselves uiciiÂ»a^Â» v ^Â° **' j Â«*-*Â·Â·-- -' tthev of Manhattan, national chairman, - Â«r Â»h. vnnn?T Peonle's Socialist Jif the"youn- People's Socialist\i a TM ?eaÂ»ue- Richard Roman. 23. of the^Bronx- Lucy Komisar, 19, Valley Stream. N.Y., and Walter I ively 15 a Negro, of Philadel- J ' her house the most phia.