Delta Dcmocrat-Timw 6 Sunday, May 30, '65 Mayor Unopposed In Anguiila ! ANGUILLA - Mayor S. A. Summer will run unopposed in the June 8 general election [or third term as mayor here. Seven men will also seek five aldermanic posls in the election. Mayor Summer, a native of Marion County, became mayor of Anguiila in 1955. He is vice president of the Bank of Anguilla. Incumbent aldermen seeking releclion are Paul Anderson, Billy McKinney, Hugh Noble, S. P. Moranlo and Abe Kline. The incumbents are opposed by C. J. Clark and Paul Dura- way. All five aldermen in Anguii- la are elected on an at-large basis. Ttare were no primaries because candidates in Anguiila, as in nearby Hollandalc, qualify by petition. BILLY UEN Heads Rotary Billy Dean will take office as president of the Shaw Rotary |j Club July I. He succeeds l,ar- kin Turpin Jr. Other newly elected officers are W. A. Atkinson, vice president; Sum Langston, secretary-treasurer, and directors V. C. Hammett, Bill Cruse, Pal Hyde and Larkin Turpin. (Photo by Sara Germany) Chicago Boycott Planned CR Leaders CHICAGO (UP1) - Civil n rights leaders brushed aside on I appeal from the mayor Saturday !l and proceeded with plans for a school boycott to force the res-, ignation of school Superintend- | ent Benjamin C. Willis. Spokesmen warned other:! sleps would be taken In an or-'] ganized campaign lo oust Willis, whom civil rights forces I blame for alleged de facto seg-.l regation in Chicago's public f schools. Syd C. Finlcy, acting Eecre-,1 lary of the Chicago branch of'l Ihe National Association for the f Advancement of Colored People | (NAACP), said representatives, of 75 organizations unanimously;! volcd t h e boycott Friday and f were considering a march on a I board of education meeting, a jl boycott of certain stores a n d ! other moves. THE week-long boycott was scheduled fo begin June 7, a ; week before final examinations.! Finley said it might be extend-JJ ed into the next week. He said NAACP lawyers were I checking Ihe possibility of filing I a suit to legally force Willis f from his $48,500 a year job, Ihe I highest paid position in U. S. pub- I lie education. Police guarded homes of Wil-.l lis and the 11 school board! members today amid uncon-'l firmed reports they had been f threatened. John D. Madl, chief I of Ihe police patrol division,!! said Ihe guards were posted as I a "preventive measure" against f possible "violent rcaclion." j| Mayor Richard J. Daley | called for support of the school I administration. He said the hoy-,1 cott would only impair the chil-'l dren's education. Daley denied.f he influenced Ihe hoard's 7-1 vole Thursday that kept Willis | in office. FARMERS INCORPORATED WHITE'S FIRST with Genuine Tax Savings! E f f e c t i v e NOW Excise Tax is removed from White's Prices On all "Catalina" ranges, refrigerators, freezers, televisions, radios, stereos, musical instruments, fans, refrigerated air conditioners, washers, dryers, and wafer heaters. No need to worry about refunds. White's gives you the savings NOW! Even though the law is not now passed you SAVE at WHITE'S! Even if the law does not pass you will still SAVE at WHITE'S! HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES: Refrigerator Regular ^ ^^\95 Price Â£m14r Excise Tax *V50 You Save / YOU PAY *)4r*) 45 ONLY Z-\$Z- The lax is yours whether Ihe law passes or not! Air Conditioner Regular ^ Â» Q95 Price Â£. 1 ^F Excise Tax * ^ 00 You Save | ^ m YOU PAY OAT 95 ONLY Â£\J Â§ Don'f wait for the decisions You SAVE Now! Gas Range Regular 4j OQ 95 Price | Z-^J Excise Tax JJ 50 You Save J YOU PAY 1*}/T 45 ONLY 1 2LO Excise tax is yours effective Immediately! Washer Regular f ^^95 Price | ^F^r Excise Tax C 50 You Save J YOU PAY 1OA 45 ONLY 1 *f You SAVE Now! whether the law passes or not! WHITE'S TAKES ALL THE RISKS! NO IP'S, NO AFTER RISKS NO VAGUE PROMISES! NO COUPONS! NO JULY 1 ST REFUND SLIPS! NO WAITING! NO NEED TO RETURN FOR REFUND! YOU SAVE NOW WHETHER THE LAW IS PASSED ORNOT! SHOP NOW! WHITE'S THE HOME OF GREATER VALUES 619 WASHINGTON DIAL 335-2613 SAVE NOW!
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