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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 May 1943

t % < • TIIF. CAVWS CHAT. DENTON Mrs. Bernay Martin im TF.XAS. FRIDAY, APRIT. 30, IMS PAGF TTTTlFT i Informal Tea Honors Forum Council Heads Soldier in Pacific Expresses Thanks For Sending Chats Trojans Dance on Slab To College Aces's Music; A musing "thank jftMi" tu 'he Uiroen Jackets from soldiering Culminating activities fur the «> in the jungle* uf New semester, the Forum Council en- 1 liuinea ha* helped to lighten ihe tertained .eeMhar. and officer* for *""" ?"* ***'* . 'dressing ( hub each wwk for thou* neat ywr with a to*, inm in the Nor,h now MMir,illK vmw Ideal Tro|an Presented crystal room of Marquis halt Tue.*- | Sum's color* day afternoon, May 4. "The Campus ('hat rcully give* iH'un of Women Kdith L. Clark a lift t this 'jungle soul'," writ*'* guve a brief talk, ami officer* fori" PH Sol I. Everett, now of New . .. (iuiiH-a. in ttiipiwmtiiiii for tht the next year were introduced by ti(||| u, „„rvU.,. Betty Jane Timblin, Wichita morale Falls, outgoing president. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 14 May 1943

J*AGE FOlTR A • *kll>AV HI 'r> Russellmen Garner 92.5 Points To Win Lone Star Track Crown The Campus Chat North Texans Capture Two LSC Crowns in '43 Season B> Hie till— Adding two L<MM 8tar Con f. cence championships to then all t morrboerd, th. Raffle galien- have completed a not he i successful year of athletic activi tie* ranking high irt the sports mi ttal* of the Southwest Fighting through their first wn i mi. football season the North T- sari* bucked a iucklc-.*. injury i tain oa the I (Hi athlete vim itb a string of dW'iKive victories and another UM" championship The cindeimen moved rapidly t nd h t their *truli' steadily after falling to sixth in the annual |!« i del fllynipje* at IjunnIu, then first meet of the year The Dentnnitc. copped nwnnil (<!««*• Ill the college division of Ih«' famed Texa* Relay* *t Austin, th«- sprint medley relay team bringing borne a first. Thr strong Howard slriekea wMik of encounters The sports records of l!14,' shou lh, Ku the h«...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 June 1943

TWKNTY-SIXTH YKAR NUMHKK 1 The Campus Chat NOKTH TKXAS STA'l'K TKA( IIKl'iS ( PL LKCK. DKX'I'ON, TEXAS, JUNK II, IH-H 'ATM TKLF.l'lloNE 1; Music, Library Clinics Begin on Campus Today Capt. Gerald Prescott Opens Series Of Five Music Education Programs Continuing itn emphasis on music fur wartime morale, the music department launches its summer Wartime Insti- tute of Music Education this afternoon with an address | y ('apt. CieraW Prescott of the Eighth Service Command. His address will he given in the music hall auditorium at II o'clock. tapt, IVi'wntt, formerly direc- • Mrs. J. K. Beretta R. L. Thomas IT'S A SMALL WORLD say exes Sqt. Marvin L. Breeding and Pollyanna Badgett as they get together over Miss Badgett s reporter's notebook to discuss Breeding's part in the North African conflict, where he has been serving with tho Army Air Corps. Miss Badgett is a reporter for the Dallas Times Herald. 'Home From the Wars,' Flying Ex Says: Texas Well Represented On North African Front (Ed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 June 1943

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNK ||, VMS The Campus Chat ■as I . Kit. al Mto sart - - , im UKN1 CLAM KOiWr i**..nk K*cunr A <x.'iata IM Out NANCY ftOilkftrs IV* surr UlawM. V. /mIW <.r«bi . tWM H.gU , Ann* Mhwin r.„ brr lM, rt-m Urtan. Im* Norwtek. Murt*l Llill.il Young (Jmmvu Hohrtfot Ifirgturn Put M J. It, Ball Jr. •f AllmhW On4kwt*M fM fcf Mammal A4nrthla« « il—. Pbso tided GofltiMi Press intmUfmrntcJiotU By GENE CLARK (.KhhTIM** A Mi MALI'T,VI IONS . . . So, it again. Another round of cisaittm, U?rm tfisnwm, book r«|iort*, and pop «juizz * i.n well under wsy. To the old group who wert.* here during the loug term or for aavwal long term* it' the same old atory with a few new para graphs. To these who httve attended other college*, it'a a familial melody with new lyric*. To the frwiUMNi juat out of high .school it's a new tune with word.- in a foreign language. Oid students will iind a lengthening lint of absentees as the services continue to call up the reserve*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 June 1943

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 194S * • Graduates Honored With Breakfast, Tea, Reception To Close Activities Social activities for the long term were ended last week^r wh n several entertainments were given in honor of gradu- $iama Tdli De ta ates and visiting* mothers. ('"v 1 M Senior Marys Entertain Dan forth Committee Awards Scholarship To Molly Skinner Starting with a breakfast, mem- bers of the Senior Mary Arden Literature club entertained senior member* and their mother* Sunday morning, May 80, fr«jm 8:80 until 9:30 in the cryatal room at Mar quia hall. In the receiving line were Helen Mae Bullock, Port Worth, presi- dent; Sarah Ann Ferguson. Breck- inridge, vice-president; Mis* Edith L. Clark; and Mrs. Mary B Wes- son. White gladioli and white lilies furnished the centerpiece of the table presided over by Mary Pran- ces Miller, Comanche, and Doniece Parker, Eastland. A string ensem- ble played during the breakfaat. Tea Held By Miss Clark In the afternoon of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 June 1943

THK f!AMIM:s t HAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNK II, 1 ■porkshop Offers Dr. D. B. Harmon in Opening; £ven|§ Learns D. H Health rtlu North College IW- givng lectures, and pre ■ pictures on of Texan child health e child development work directed bjf Dr. Merle fe>. workshop group, composed of whom 1 and rradustc elementary education major*, study different of child development, work- ith the children of the Demonatration School and of Friendship Hottae, the uncial *cr vice center sponsored by the Me. thodiat Church Speaker* sent the State Health Depart lecture to a (troup on differ- ent phases of ehlld development, and the student* concentrate on what they need in their own situs observing the Demonatration children and doing research in their spatial field* of child edu- cation. : ' _ A home economics major la plan- ning wartime menus, and a critic teacher i* preparing a basis for evaluating the elementary school Material* and project* for ele- mentary science are halng coltort ed b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 June 1943

\ r % * The Campus Chat TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR NUMBER 2 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS C OLLEliE. HENTUN, TEXAS. June 18, 1943 7.734 TEEEI'HONE 1242 College Plant Cans Needed Victory Food All Facilities Offered Free to Dentonites Six Days Weekly More than 6,000 can* of vege- tables and fruit have been canned in the Teachers College Agriculture building since May HI, report* H ti. Ry lander, vocational agriculture teacher. Approximately 100 people 'avc already participated in the war- time program, canning such pro- ducts as green beans, pineapple, beets, corn, squash, ami mustard green*. The demand is so great that the canning plant has not been able to provide enough time during the usual day from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. aix days a week; and begin- ning Monday, the plant will also remain open from 4:30 to 10:30 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday evenings. This schedule will make the canning plant available for those who work during the day, Rylander pointed out. The plant has all the facilit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 June 1943

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNK IB, 194a The Campus Chat vaklt 4a*ta« U« mim* war UM «* IM N«tt Tmm Hum r«MMn I ' !«•• ~ v-l. >tw I *1 tha i*«i 4n SI T«,«. ><>4ar u- "1 Burnt, • W <SK R OIAKK IMIWr Ilit.NI, fSAUI.KY \uwiil> NANCY koHf.KTa MimIiihh Mat.a«-r tk« H«Sff ^ MiMfmI W.IKO ft*" ,rt f^ttur MuMlMa V r *tl* 'Sr M« lr ti« Hutti y *«> f lb-.u Sarar, Hmiuiii. k u rm* '«rcir . tea* Nw k, UatlMrw*. Ijlluin y-rting fi««rgi« KektrtMMi toimn V** CAMPUS CAMERA From the Chat Files By GENE CLARK ircini* l' t an it J ti Hail Jf ■a.M nf Ton lnMri .ll**4*U f'm ■* M> «f aMn«Ui«d ColUwUW fr~ ky MatVm*l Barrls* |M Mtmhri Puoctafed Cbleetie Press Sak*«rl S<rti Httm. llallrmM kf Mail (IM <*li«s. T«*> — — Friday, June 18, I94." 7o ClyUalLye AutU Much in being said thoae <iays of war airri.H and |>ost-wiir aims, in fact, no much jh bcitik Haiti that we are apt to become confused and confounded at thi; multipli- city of ideas spread before...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 June 1943

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. KK1DAY. JUNE 18. IU4S PAGE THREE Formal Ceremonies | Mr«- Henry A. Smythe Unite Two Couples Bridge Parties, Dancing Entertain Sorority Co-eds Anne Calhoun Honors Phoreffs; Kaghlirs Dance at Woman's Club Deapite hot weather and the rapidly increasing man ie'SiJi a!,d Kaihlir vow.««*.«kU„ sun. J™* to. ttnou Anne Calhoun, daiy> \Hy 23, by Mary Evelyn retiring president of the Phoreffs, will honor members and Hooker daughter of Mrs Thomas guests with a bridge party Monday, and the Kaghlirs will Uriffin, Dallas, and Henry A. give an informal dance tnnight New Officers Announced" Anne Calhoun, Dallas, will hon- or new officers and other members of the Phoreff sorority with a bridge party, June 21, at the home of Dorothy Pouts, 2101 Oak St. New Phoreff officer* are Mary Helen Errebo, Vesper. Kan. presi- dent; Helen Craig, Denton, first vice-president; Billye Bert Weeks, Dallas, second vice president; Kuth Smith, Mabank, secretary; Lois Taylor, Denton, cor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 June 1943

PAGfc FOUR THK CAMPUS CHAT, IJEXTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JI NK 18, 1913 Library Conference Features Planning For Services to Public in Wartime Baldwin Highlights Two-Day Clinic With Talk on Rress and Public Opinion Ldirarm. Itk* buainws* hooM**, I in public plare*. such t'U« ter have a vital m*f< hand. .«• to offer Itir public, «u I hey, too, >houid mi v«rtiiw. de< larwl Frank Baldwin, editor of the ftVi. New* Tnl.une and Tun** Herald, in a Fr .d > night address highlighting the ' dtty ( link for School Libra. i n- minais, wa« advanced it was sag gested that there iniMt he more cooperation between librarian* and teachers in solving the problem- <t l l wir living. Hnniif) Warn* According to lit Merle K Bf.n held in the (iwipu* la«t Friday awl n*y of tha «#Beg« education dc Saturday | partment, America, in widening Speaking on "The Pres* add ' ^*lr horinafta, most stimulate high public Opw oo," Baldwin ootiihed *«andard- of living within the foreign countries.' culture. inst...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 June 1943

•f 4 I The Campus Chat TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR NUMBER a NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. JUNE 25, 1MB B7S4 TELEPHONE 1242 College Reserve Groups Army Specialized Training Unit of 300 G#lnto Active Service May Be Stationed on NTSTC Campus Navy V-1, V-7 Men, Marines Called Up For July I Entrance Men of the college in the Ma- rine Reserve mid the Navy V-l and V-7 training programs will go into service for Uncle Swtn next week in colleges throughout the nation. Called up for July 1. the men in college during the summer will receive credit in their courses if they attend classes through Sat- urday. Graduating men received credit for attendance through mid- semester, Tuesday, June 2U. Next semester, graduating man called to the services must attend through August 3 to receive credit, and undergraduates through Aug. 7. Orders received by the Navy and Marine trainees name stations at such colleges as Texas Chris- tian University, Arkansas A. & M , Central Missouri State Teac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 June 1943

PA(iE TWO THK CAMPUS CHAT. l>KNTON, TKXAS, FRIDAY, JUNK 25. 1943 The Campus Chat ami* MiiA,- SaSIMa* wm/tit Ua wJMfa f«i kr UM •# U>« W-n* Tail luu Iwiiri (.«.!«■• I«««l •a .« t ..<u iw I ■ • «l UM M*t MH IWM. (MM. IM M il Iwib I. H! oiCNR IMMur IMfcNfc IIAdl.fcf AaxTiaU Kdth>r MANcy uumm* BusImm Ma> <« / rha Hl«(f ttfly MHot MiklfMl WV «ih«r i.ittu RiOMU V«lR«ik flrtfciv. Ir«fr # lima 1*9 At> *• «lh"Ui« esx • rah liar.'m. ► l« #l< • 1 ifal. f'.aa N..ri >. a Mitriat Mh'Uw* 1.III<«| fluid* Ii+ HM Huhrflaiil. irimia i'a>> «nd J l< Hail Jf ■Im «# laaaa liilar«'lli|UU f'aaa IBM af ItMlaual <-.'HeUU l iaaa !■■■«< >| NatMul A4>«rtl*iM *«raMa. Mtmtiri f h>otkjk. <J GjI( 6k4l' hmi'tn* ki Mali III Friday, June 25, 1948 By GENE CLARK Two evciitM, Ixith i:onriw:t««J with mili- Uwry M«irvic >, h v«* taken place this week that will, in all probability, rail it-ally con- cern thin rtchmil and its history for th«? next few yearn. Thene ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 June 1943

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNK 25. 1W3 PAUK TUBES « Rules Change For Sororities, Fraternities In a racent meeting of the ad ministrstive council of the col* | leg*, ecruiti new regulation* re lating to sororities and fraterni- ties were adopted, to bacome ef- i fective with the opening of the 1U43-44 session. According to this action, uil j forms of "Hell Week" practices j must be abolished, and any at tempt to re-establish them will subject both the organization and individual members involved to disciplinary action. The duration of pledgenhip for both fraternities and sororities may not exceed j four weeks in each semester, and j no pledge activities during this period may take more than two! hours of the 24 of a student's j time. According to the regulations,, no student classified as a fresh- man may be rushed by a fraterni ty or sorority. However, for the duration of the war. boys who! have completed one semester of work in the college and who have met the other r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 June 1943

PAGE Kot.'R " 4 '-.Ji I in? SPS® M CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 36, 1943 ^ ■ ;; : : ■ FadesOuton Eagle Gridiron Next Fall Full Program Carried on Red Cross War Conditions Hampering Obstacle In Organizing Athletic Competition North Twiia* Stutf wilt nut gend a f«M>tIm U team on the gridiron thin ywir, accord iti# to present indication*, though track anil heaketDell m*y b* corned on next year. The transportation Mild man * power problem* which have haunt Mi intercollegiate athletic* siftce the la-ginning of the war have put the clamp un all « football programs in the Lone Star Confer ence and many in the Southwest loop Although the I sin* Star Con f«rMicv ha* not yet held it Mini trier meeting for an official deci lion f*n the '|u *-tn>n Dean II K Speck iif Southwest Te*as Stat' president of the I iinfcri'iicti, ha stated in newspaper interview* tha' it wan hth opinion that no major •port* would !*• carried on Lloyd Russell, versatile mentor wh<> coached footba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 July 1943

, j TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR The Campus Chat i Ml 4 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COI.I.KCK, lUv.M'i N, TEXAS. JULY 2. 194.H Z7 TELEPHONE 1242 New Course Offers Work In Pro-School Throe • Week Training Directed Primarily To Federal Nurseries Latest newcomer to the North Texan State Teachers College war- time curriculum in a special three- week course for the training of nursery school workers, which got under way June SI. Under the di- rection of Miss Myra So we II. the course is offered primarily for those interested in nursery school work, especially in connection with the federal nursery schools organ ized by the government for the if- to 6-year old children of work ing mothers. The class will include a study of nursery school organization: group discussions; collection of play run tenuis, music, and reading mater- ials for small children; and work with the children of the Teachers College and Highland Street nur sery schools. Lasting from 8 a.m. until ft p.m.. the class will begin each da...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 July 1943

PAGE TWO THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1U48 Th# Campus Chat I •* CI.AM IMWI« HAM-fcT t'-rl NAN . HOHKUTH thnu* M ■ <lr«u A . •.* (. «u V#iMfe ! !■ ASM 6*MlMMl SiweS *#ew. num Unm. I*m K-rmitH a«u i!* « (iwrt* BoWtw*. •■MM"** v.f« < C#t *1.4 J (> H*' if Mmtn (4>voc«afc*d GcJod**^ f*®*s Friday July 2. I&4S «l M ^boc4UH**U bid you know that an ukl liarn wan once tb * refuge f«r our Itedaratnun of lwl**p«*n- dtfiu-f and that a wngnri w«« its deliverer many trnw*-' Its first wagon rule was in 1811 The British were in siglit <>f Washington, whi n Secretary of State James* Monroe had th«* Declaration and other important papers drivers to an old barn amms the Potomac River, Did you know that this venerable rec- ord of our riwrhts* wa- once a "Wandering Willie" and that it had no jiermam-nt home until IB22" It wan Hr t at home ir; what was lat<-r to l>e known ax Indepen- dents Hall, but in l>ecemU r, 1776. the British forced Washington back (t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 July 1943

THK CAMPL'S CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JULY 2, 11*43 I'AHE THREE Campus Honor, Societies Hold June Meetings Local organisation* on the cam- pa* are keeping summer activities j going with their regular meetings and initiation* of new member*. Thin week, Sigma Alpha lota held it* formal ceremonies for the new pledget, and the E. 0. Criddle His- torical Society will meet July 6. i in remaining active during the summer session, formal initiation was held by Sigma Alpha Iota, na- tional honorary music fraternity fur women, Friday night, June 2b, at the home of Mrs. William Frie- sen, 1112 Mulberry. Following the initiation cere rnotiy, refreshment* were served to members and the following new pledges: Ruth Carney. Iowa Park; Cornelia Fraaier, Big Spring ; Sarah Uilbreath, Winnsboro; Nell Gurnee, Fort Worth; Betty Ann Meadows, Denton; Jeanette Middle- j ton, Uallaa; Kathrina Moore, Abi- lene; Jewel Mullins, Henderson; Virginia Payne, Covington, Va.; and Ethelston Provence, Denton. Annou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 July 1943

PAGE FOUR THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 2. 1948 NT Music Faculty Presents Joint Recital VlM fttfr—ii Ml §l lii In Main Auditorium Tuesday, July 6 Members of th* college music faculty will be presented in « joint faculty recital in th«- college main auditorium on Tuesday. July 6. at 8:90 p.m. * Appearing in the recital will be Merit System Exams Slated For July 17 Merit System examination* * - be given on the C*wpus July It for a riumnei of positions in the < hil'l Welfare division >f the ,Htat> Department flf Public Wiifiiri Th Merit System offer* to per son* of ability, training. and ' (icfii-W H opportunity through < • petitive examination* for pei ma rum? employment with th** *' • agency *n<l will pay, fur <urh po •it lone salaries ranging from §1,320 to $'1,7lid The examination will *'-<<«■ to secure elisrifm F>« 14 Work ers The worker m t,hi- positim *< investigate the eligibility ami < * tent of the riee/l of t h. needy and >l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 July 1943

. 1 t J. TWKNTY-SIXTH YKAR The Campus Chat NUMBER ft NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEOE, DKNTON. TEXAS. JULY y. IMS /.I'M TELEPHONE 1242 Dean's List for Summer Session Announced Two Officers Of Army Unit Arrive Here Plans Go Forward; Official Headquarters Opened This Week P.utis for the Army Specialised Training Program here took an- oth r forward step this week with the arrival of two of the three commissioned officers of the unit and the establishment of official hea<l<|imrters at tilt! Ave. A. Lt. John I. McGiver of the ad- jutant general's stuff, who will ta- in command of the campus pro- gram, and Lt. William T. Mc- Chesnay of the quartermaster's corps, who will also serve with the new unit, arrived on the cam- pus late last week. Both were con- nected with the WAC unit which until recently has functioned on the TSCW campus. In addition to the two officers, two non-commissioned men, Sgt. tCdsvin Q. Baker and Sgt. Karl Fiake Jr., have taken up then- duties with the new uni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 July 1943

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS THAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 9. 1 43 The Campus Chat * SmUww .<« -TT ' • *' M «• • •* > ' /s f r * car' •« u* «*•* **«* QflN* OLA** l HA fitlTT *AJ*€Y ftOftfttftT* TW ftutff S*c*l9 *#** ****** C# WlW* 4#t* Hfflkfclft, lw « Aft*# r * %*!*. ftr -iu*£. fin.**# f* i r f *f &«-!.** ■ w*if. Siwyr* iW*# BrA#*** - vni *>« Pi?*1 *Mf J U H MmoM «# T«M f'?** M«RMr vf 4wm**S*<4KI <,,*i !•# «** PPM* **«,** « *** * A4 ««****« ItarriiNi ;iw MffRtat ta ockfed Prejs I m fl l)tej|||l!|ltlHrtl lUVrt f#ft* #*«**< trj M*:i <*** Oi*mr ■ * . Friday. July ') I'M'i Race fltiUi Slat /Jme/uoa*i 2)e+HOcAacy \AY tti America ar puw«nd of our free domc We shout loiitr ami v<x*if r' u*ly of the right* of ail men VVt have ju*? corn flitted the celebration of "he day on which we first «tef a«**ted in fun*- thw ritfht# for ail of our citiaens ail of our cilt X0U0. Not juct the whites among tt*. Not juut the educated mmotitf u* Not juat, the eoftl work«T . the music...

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