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From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Two-page report by Rita Walker about the December 1965 ASCS (Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service) elections in Mississippi's Marshall and DeSoto counties. A federal program, the ASCS allowed rural Mississippi farmers to act as administrators in their local agricultural communities. Walker describes incidents of discrimination during the election process in these communities and urges examination of election results. She also typed a personal note to Kathy (Dahl) at the end of the report.

19 January 1966

From the University Union and Student Activities Record Group. Student Printz, Vol. 39, No. 23, from January 19, 1966. Columns include, "Absentee ballots: Why are college students ineligible?", "Camera bill gets nod from senate", "USM debaters post Millsaps win", "Women take top spot in four-trophy haul", "Equal worth of man topic of lively talk", "Hillcrest sets dance for tonight", "Pre-law students to file address", "UAC to sponsor dance Thursday", "Backstage with Dove", "Dr. Moorman completes Research, third book", "UAC slates six movies for Union", "Southern Accent on Manhatten", "In the sportslight", "Southerners win thriller, 81-79", and "Boxing tournament to be held in town".

19 January 1966

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