The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee on March 19, 1967 · Page 5
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! THE NASHVILLE TENNESSEAN. Sunday, March 19.J967 5-A Club Singer Defends Native Rhodesia, Rips British V r . .. . Application for enrollment tall term Sept. 11, 1967 should be matte as soon as possible. Write ot Italy, Arabia and much of Africa. She worked as a reporter on several Rhodesian newspapers and has trained horses and modeled before she became a singer. and women want to be dominated." Miss Timothy, from a little settlement called Fort Victoria, has lived in England and traveled through Spain, Single, with no plans for marriage, she now lives in Beverly Hills, but plans on traveling again, because as she said, "There is too much of the world I haven't seen." said. "People are pretty much the same the world over good and bad. One thing I noticed though is that American men let their women take advantage of them too much find the people to be human and civilized, until I went to Las Vegas, which was j'ist as I though it would rich and loud." About American men, she phone for catalogue 291-5201 Enrollment limited I'nr.' i i Adi' C 1 2 ill I MIIMIIIBIIB By GEOFFREY COOPER Rhodesian singer Megan Timothy is an opinionated young lady, who defended her government and blasted the British yesterday. A pretty 23-year-old, with animated dark eyes, she completed a three week engagement at the Rainbow Room in Printer's Alley last night. DEFENDING THE Ian Smith government, Miss Timothy said, "We are far ahead with our Africans. "Our Africans own their own retail businesses, shops and transport companies." She explained that Rhodesia is not segregated in the way people in the United States normally think of the term. "In my country we have three types of public accom- km i t y ' rali Megan Timothy C,Us Wilson " loser" . modations one for Africans, one for whites and one for those who want to mix. Everybody is happy and has someplace to go," she said. THE PUBLIC accommodations set up in this manner include swimming pools, restaurants, hotels and night clubs, she said. The University of Rhodesia, the country's only higher education V,.l !.''.' if facility, is integrated, she said. Miss Timothy, the daughter of a Rhodesian architect, said everyone can vote except those without the mental When asked why the Rho desian parliament is composed of about 50 whites, 2 Shortalls for the Sand Box Set in wash, hang-to-dry Dacron9 & Cotton Asians and only 13 Negroes, she said that Rhodcstans don't vote along racial lines and do vote for the best man. Little Fashion Plates Shine at Easter in saucy show-offs that spin into summer Miss Timothy, who has been in America 13 months, then Summertime's comin' and time to get the sand-box set ready! 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If service error occurs, subscribers will confer tavor if tht will notify tht Circulation Daaarf. merit not later than 1:30 a.m. weak days and 11:00 a.m. Sundays et any failure or Irregularity In ttit delivery of the paper. PHONE: 255-1221 Subscribers leaving for vacations or other reasons are urged to take advantage of our Vacation Sack, Chili Avecae-e IHgfit yellow - tlffrtklge lanana Linen Compare itMl The Nashville Tennessean . Published every morning at Eleven!) ana sroaaway, nusnvme. Tennessee! by Tennessean Newspapers inc. Sec end-class mail privileges authorized at ftasnvwe. Tennessee jua. The Associated Press is exclusively ntit ed la use for reouo icalion of all fiews dispatches credited to it or net ctrorwiso credited in tni- paper end al't the local news published herein. Rights of the publication of all ether matter herein are also reserved. 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