Education: Not Mad at Texas

On her way East last month to take a scholarship at New York's Sarah Lawrence College, Florence Iva Begay, a Navaho girl, had gotten the Jim Crow treatment in a bus near Amarillo, Tex. Shocked and scared, she went back to the reservation (TIME, Oct. 11). Last week, as she was playing the piano for a service in a little Protestant church in Flagstaff, Ariz., an invitation arrived. How would she like to fly to the big Tri-State Fair at Amarillo, with all expenses paid? Amarillo wanted to "open its collective arms and heart"...

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