Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 5, 1968 · Page 27
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TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1968 High Court Set For Replay Of Evolution Class Trial T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WASHINGTON (AP) - The stage was set in the Supreme Court Monday for a replay of Tennessee's famed "monkey trial"--without its carnival frenzy- Tha Tennessee law that led to the dramatic 1925 duel between Clarence Darrow and Williams Jennings Bryan was killed by the state legislature last May. But Arkansas and Mississippi continue to make the teaching of evolution a crime 'and today the court agreed to decide if the Arkansas law violates the right to teach and the freedom to learn. These rights have been asserted by Mrs. Susan Epperson, 26, who claimed she could not teach biology properly in Little Rock's Central High School without explaining the Darwinian concept of evolution, and by H. H. Blanchard, who said his school-aged children should be exposed to all scientific theory. The Arkansas law was upheld by the state Supreme Court June 5 as a "valid exercise of the state's power to specify the curriculum in its public schools." Arguments will be heard in the majestic setting of the highest court in the land by May. The 1925 case was argued in the small town of Dayton, Tenn., where a. 10-foot banner on the courthouse read "Read Your Bible Pailv." John Thomas Scopes, then 24, was convicted of tfiflrhine' evolution and fined $100. He quit school, but the followinp ve Tp^nessee courts reversed the crn"ir-Mon an'' remitted the fine or o technicality. , The Arkansas law forbids the teaching in any tax-sunnorted school in the state of "the theo- ry or doctrine that mankind as:ended or descended from a ower order of animals." Textbooks advancing the con- Riders Honor Retired Driver TROY, N.Y. (AP) -- Nearly 50 commuters turned out for testimonial dinner for Harry H. Taylor, the man who d r o v e them to and from work for years. Taylor retired recently from his job as a bus driver for the United Traction Co.. He was hon ored for his "busman's philosophy: To be kind and good anc courteous, regardless of age race, creed or color." ower order of animals." sioners who v Textbooks advancing the con- be fined up to :^%%*:*s*^^^ | Citizen Charlie's X* I Y*4~k£?£?YAT.tf-k*»*S~l U-B* rvj-wl .A cept of evolution are banned. Teachers or textbook commissioners who violate the law may be fined up to $500 and fired. Citizen Charlie's Crossword Puzzle :§ This list contains, among others, the correct words needed to solve Citizen Charlie's Crossword Puzzle :·:· No. 696, published in the Citizen $ yesterday. 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