Nation: Strife & Strides

Throughout the U.S., the civil rights strife continued—and here and there some forward strides were made. A city-by-city summary:

SAVANNAH, GA. Some 1,000 Negro demonstrators rallied in front of a segregated Holiday Inn motel to chant their demands for equality. Then they moved toward the city jail, where dozens of others, arrested during three weeks of previous demonstrations, were already locked up. City police, reinforced by Georgia state troopers, moved in to break up the march. Pelted with bottles and bricks, the cops retaliated with billy clubs and tear gas, arrested about 275 more...

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