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Lomax Sees LBJ Becoming “Greatest Civil Righter”
Noted Author Says President Might Be
Best Ever To Occupy The White House
NSW YORK—President Lyndon
Johnson may become the most ef
fective civil rights advocate ever
to occupy the White House, a lead
ing Negro author declared Monday
Writing in the current issue
•f Leek Magazine. Louis E. Lo
max attributed Johnson's emer
gence as a civil rights leader
to "a confluence of the times
and his own personal commit
meat to racial justice.”
"Lyndon Baines Johnson.” said
Lomax, "ia this nation growing up.
He is the white Southerner shak
ing off the shackles of his begin
nings; he is the Negro learning that
he who would be loved must him
self not hate; he is the white North
ern liberal realizing that prejudice,
whether it be racial or sectional, is
wrong."
Lomax also credited the Presi
dent’s wife, Ladybird, for broaden
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ing and giving "honest substance”
to Johnson's views on racial mat
ters.
Because of his Southern back
ground and earlier uncertain rec
ord on civil rights, however, John
son's succession to the Presidency
had caused "deep anguish and ap
prehension” in the Negro commu
nity, Lomax said in Look and add
i ed:
"We watched our new Presi
dent on television and remem
bered that he comet from •
state thst has had 47 lynchlngs
since 1020. We could not recall
s single time when he had
spoken out against these mur
ders of our brothers.”
Now, Lomax noted, "the evolu
tion of our republic has clearly
made it possible for him to do and
spy all the things he appears to
have always believed, but dared not
do or say.”
BANK BWINDLE OF THE YEAR
MONROVIA < ANP > —The “bank
swindle of the year” title goes to
the crook or crooks who swindled
the Bank of Monrovia out of *70.-
000 recently. The robbery had all
the ingredient* of a popular de
tective fiction. The bank aent
three crates of money, to lte Bu
chanan branch via the Liberian
National Airways. Three bank
guards delivered the crates to the
airport and received a receipt that
the crates were Intact with seal
unbroken. When the crates arriv
ed at ita destination, however,
branch officials discovered that
one case was packed, not with
*70.000 in twenties and fives, but
with sanitary napkins.
Having eliminated polio as a pu
blic health problem through the
Salk and Sabin vaccines. The Na
tional Foundation-March of Dimes
now fights birth defects and arthri
tis.
More than a century ago large
sums of money were spent to try
to make the Roanoke River naviga
able. These efforts were not suc
cessful.
FETED IN GREENSBORO Mr. and Mrs. Robert King.
at right, were honored laet week with a reception given by Mrs.
Eula K. Vereen, hit, their titter and sister-in-law. The Kings have
iust taken up residency in Greensboro, returning there from Fort
Ord, California, where King was a captain in the U. S. Army. Mrs.
King is the former Miss Margaret Owens of Suffolk, Va.
BY M. E. GARDNER
N. C. STATE
It appears that the little rascals
with soft fur. a short tail, a pointed
nose and very short paddle-liks
front feet are giving some of my
readers quite a bit of concern with
their underground activity. I have
given suggestions about controlling
moles before but it seems desirable
that I' review these and probably
add one or two methods that may
be used.
Moles do not feed on plant parts.
If you find tooth marks on your
bulbs don’t blame the mole because
their food comes from many kinds
of bugs, grub worms and other in
sect life which inhabit the soiL
The recommendation usually
made, and perhaps the most lasting,
is to dcstory the sources of food by
soil treatment. This can be done by
treating the lawn and beds with
chlordane according to the manu
facturer's instructions. The granu
lar form is perhaps the most con
venient. This chemical will also eli
minate ants, which are sometimes
objectionable and will remain af
fective for two or three years.
Since the soil treatment ia best
done after the weather warms up in
the spring you may wish to take
some immediate steps for control
ling this pest
GARDEN TIME
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Trape may be used. They are of
three types with the harpoon type
probably the most common. If you
use traps, wear gloves when plac
ing in position so that no human
odor is left on the trap.
Various poisons are often effect
ive. Paradichirobenzine • crystals
may be used. These are the crystals
you buy at the store to place in
your closets and chests to control
moths. Flaae a teaspoonful of crys
tals in the tunnels about every 6 ft.
This should be carefully done. A
teaspoonful of carbon disulfide or
cy a nogas may also prove t* be ef
fective. Place the same as for the
PDB crystals. The crystals are sa
fer. If you use carbon disulfide or
cyanogas, use extreme care.
If your temperature has risen to
the point where you must do some
thing desperate, try the gas cham
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can to the scene of action. Attach a
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