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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - July 14, 1955, Kingsport, TennesseeThurmay. July 14. 1w Green Stamps for free or wholesale Premium save or Green stamp scr Green Stamps Nea Telf photo integration of classes and White students were integrated for the first time in Hoxie arlc., when Twenty negro students Beuan classes in elementary and High school. This picture was made in the fourth Grade class of mrs. Guv Floyd def who has seven negro children in her class at this time. Meanwhile in Atlanta. Or., the state Board of education has voted to automatically revoke forever the License of any school teacher who instructs a mixed class of White and negro pupils. Free or wholesale premiums save or Green Stamps july 14, Virginia demos choose candidates for general vote Richmond july 13 Jav besides nominating members of the Gen eral Assembly Virginia democrats in a number of counties yesterday chose candidates for countywide offices for the november general election. Those nominated in yesterday s primary include Commonwealth s attorney a Comack. William e. Fears Alec Marle Downing l. Smith. Incumbent Amelia. Valentino w. South nil incumbent William m. Mcclunny. Incumbent Char Lotte tic Between Page Morton incumbent and it. H. Pct us cum Berland j. Taylor Williams fair fax. Robot c. Fit Praldo. Lncinn-7, Bent Frederick Joseph a. Mrs Ecy. Incumbent Henrico k. W. Hening jr., incumbent Nanse mond Joshua Pretlow Nottoway c. H. Wilson incumbent i Etsyl Venia 1. Melvln Ollers Princess Anne Robert s. Wahob or. Prince William. Stanley a. Owens incumbent Tappahannock John Price or. Rockbridge Charles Davidson or commissioner of a. George o. Hardy jr., incumbent Amherst a. Lin Wood turn or incumbent , j. H. O Brien incumbent Brunswick w. S Munshey. Incumbent Clarke. David h. Allen. Incumbent Din Wyddie Penn or bold Penn Frank Lin. C. B. Perdue incumbent Isle of Wight. Bills for tobacco program come up for hearing today Washington. July 14 isolation designed to strengthen the tobacco program by reducing in and out quota vote or comes up for hearing today 1 . Rep. Babilt id Vai serving As the first chairman of a tobacco subcommittee of the House afire culture committee said the Bills would help prevent government losses. Bills offered by Abbitt and rep. Watts would provide for vote or by tobacco Prowers on quo ins for 3-year periods. Under pres ent Law the growers Tuny Vole on quotas either for one or three years. Abbitt told a reporter Maryland growers air the inning offenders in voting quotas our year and then c against them in another year. If approves lie Bill he id. In would Benefit growers in Virginia and other Stales who regularly vote quotas for three years. The Abbitt. Bill would provide that if quotas arc turned Down in three consecutive re Ferenda n referendum would be held Only every three one fourth or Moir of the growers petitioned a. Vote on 3-year quotas before the end of such a 3-year period. In other words. Abbitt. Said the Bill is hinted la growers who Vole for quotas one year get gov i n intent s 11 p p o r i. Mid Hen vote against quotas the a Cal year. Such in Nyrl nut voting he Dart Eri. Makes it. Difficult for the commodity credit corporation to Riis Frince Edward Vernon c. Worn Mack incumbent Princess Anne. Ivan d. Mapp. Incumbent Prince William. Cd Irlton e. Oni Idt. Incumbent Richmond. W. Allison Headley. Incumbent Roanoke. W. C. Muse incumbent hurry tier Don c. Berryman. Incumbent York a. T. Jennings . Sheriff Accomac George c. Hope incumbent Amelia. M. M. Dekrafft incumbent. Dowd t. Robertson incumbent Bedford Rucker Mitchell incumbent Bland. Carl bucking Ham. A Ruberl Adams Lin ii Bent Campbell. Jack Miles incumbent Ashby p. Burner Culpeper Ham French incumbent of Aulmor. S. S. Hall or incumbent Frank Lin. Ramsey incumbent greens Villa. R. A. Allen incumbent Halifax. Tom crates. Incumbent Isle of Wight. H. C. Tai Flor loud Bun Roper Powell incumbent Lunenburg. E. C. Harris Nansemond j. Frank Culpeper. Incumbent Nelson. K. D. Wood incumbent Norfolk. Arthur Hodges incumbent Northampton. Frederick Smith . T. T. Bouldin. Incumbent notto Way Wilbur y. Wells put Sylvania. Henry win. Incumbent f Rince Edward. James t. Clark incumbent Prince George. R. R. I3el incumbent Princess Anne. John e. Marr is Prince William. Turner d. Wheeling incumbent Richmond 1. B. Hall incumbent explained i h. W. Clark Incisi Mbeni. J 1 Spotsel Thiim. Benin imn w. On vis i or Surry Elbert o m icum bunt York. A. S. White j incumbent. Wilmot a. I Chandler incumbent Amelia i Joseph k. Irving . Appomattox. John g. Plunk la. Bland. In build Buckin Gluvin. I m. O. Sadler Cumberland. Marlon f. Clanton. a a Inkom. I Hugh Turner . W. O jonr1- Nelson. S. F. Sminder.1. In Cuin Seiil Norfolk. A. O. . A Cui Iilah in. O. K. . J cum Brit Princess Anne. Aid Eil of Mibelli Vlon re York. John i Rollins incumbent. You re Lucky Iff you have a dancing Dollar free course in the dance of tour Choice for the first 100 adults who present k one Dollar Hill nil

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