AHV Ui'f 1 il'.lfS
I •: Y LET’S FACE
■ y-v FACTS
j w.. W
.. -: By H D HOOKER
I ■’ w l k i
~TI>H»A ." Al' J'i.i-iN JON IN WILSON
1 ui.i'ii- - IvHij ..! W'i!:n.;i- SiitUft.Liv just to :; te how wisely .".• ,nif •
' u■. "*u !■■•'■ i: • t«.i n,. to t ’ (■.j the opening of the '
ihj f. ■ ■ ' ;■ ' -lop ,r, .it the whiske- Rt«ne wheiv i
'■ ■ -'r.t u; , Oil-:), the arlnilii pAv'dig in and OUt of the i
ft.'-;. t , ... ;ii.-io .-n hour. I counted 421 Negroes to 19»
... ,■ :■ i .... Thinking that the wrote nu.* •
'• ' < n; .n i■. it th.m t'ir .1 i vge Negro.
*'J ! : lUi.iinag-v a!, on Stantomburg Street
" ..i* - ■ - -riling. 1-.■ sixteen ears belonging ;
f pi ;, i ■ lothe:- Kegy,,«s -vere buying them like a 1
. . mi •■' sh haven't stepped to think, how many j
-V*’ i ' ...oti acted from these oi.i clothes If
:•>•• j.-.-cpie selhne them wouid keep them
. - , i
'\r • • - t'Fii iGi«< insttad Os selling. tlitol to
•;• ' - twin the stores here! we know they j
i■: J. . : . '-.here they ait made, but we have
... :ii. ; :th< - • mtt f -,m that are sold to us
;. r .oy • in v on Stai.tonsbarg St. This shows that ,
. ' a. ■ . ~ \ 'iSi. r. #
«)• r.’C : r v ,..r,.. Jic- through. I then walked sot on Nash St
.'. it ov.'-r. On tins .u*■t. t . . shevi .. .is rt.v.Ly on, horn pteach
:;r FA cutting, and curing, rhe street was blocked
vk f p/i*;. i *ttill citizens had to push their ws>
c. • I • * n a burning hou-e trying to get cut Yes. it
‘ * - n t ic greets in Wilson whc..- everyone could
> it#' t.or •! c;ur race act* and tire people of other
' .- more closely than e .er now that there *:■
r ,‘-' .1 Rights.
1 . t•• t: •• • ■ • US Stop ' th OH V I 'Up t IS fd .
■ ‘v* r- ■ -i I ■t o . pubii . Wnai 1 savv Saturday was
o, . . . ... • a;.'! .-* .... -'cround more respect
- . .JE> i' ’ ... .11 .y.in 4 ...aif we would 3u.lt ..,oilm 1. .
s 1 ... ,ovt- ioSo.K by our public 3p- :
. 'ii ,«•■ +- j
Draft Strike Program
To Be Waged Without
Its Original Leaders
t .... • T!ie 1,0 papers and Negro
: ; •< ci<. A it.iot-i Pi ~(» definitely agams-
V ; 1 ) <• i. 1-i.t Roy-' li
~ 4 Tl ! civil disobedience movc
• • . : .re nt h weak and cannot possibly
1 -f ■ . , ip.nnet these odds
. . at- Im-ieiore Reynolds and Ran
.., i.., . 1 j_.. 1 -.idtu. because ine 2-ies
. ...enf: , ceent anii-it-giegation tx
• -o f in j'rtit.u -axdel for the armed ser-
-.:. * di ought aoout a "chance
ft -.ndolpi: ni cow diticns.” it is best to call eff
i i .vtian. .the civil disobedience program
■ , 1 eriiairs-' T. king account of the number
0 .i: >.l 1. v.i disobedience groups that
..-viditirn- i hsive been organized throughout
. v '!■. x nen- th* country those who intend to
?. ;•’* is Carry . , and. "To abandon the
<• 'irapaign would tor ur be a moral
••! !.R cave the betrayal.'
Speaking of non-registration, the
lit \.nONS li adeis warned that they cannot
*' • order is e.. aiiV-e to a man that he would
:l .-<• ■' r< : presents not he tailed or sentenced, but tria
i.<ih itrw> ’!ie> would five him all the legal
: 1•• aimed • and tmamvai and moral support
v I : 1- '-1 V 311.... J1 Ih* 1 could
• • 'fu people They asked for young men of
•1 crd<. i br.in racer to refuse to be inducted
• , • ;.i with us. i into a segregated armed service.
HASKINS AND SONS
COR. NASH AND VICK ST.
•v i:gi ra ei.es—meats—fruits—ice cream
CIGARS AND CIGARETTS
BAK ERAS STUDIO
524 E, NASH ST.
CALL U*. FOR ESTIMATES ON BANQUETS, WEDDINGS
PARTIES 'OR PORTRAITS, WE GO ANYWHERE
I PHONE 4V25 JOHN BAKER, Prop.
\ ~c7k. ARTIS FUNERAL HOME H
571 E. NASH ST,
Oft mi- Phone 2390 Re». Phone 2219
. „ ' ROBERT LOCUS'
1201 E. NASH ST. ' ! : I
; \ ■
"Inspection Coyxectkun Si«tion J
Sf It'-, A Motor And Burns Cat We Fix It.
Fall L.ve Os Modern Equipment. t
ROAD SERVICE FLAT TOWING '■
SLOW And FAST BATTERY CHARGING
WAS HI NO—G LEASING
i~ " WILSON SEWING CENTER
NEW LOCATION Lit E. GREES ST.
WE BIGOWK YOU AS WELL. AS REDECORATE
YOUR HOME SLIPCOVERS. DRAPERIES, CURTAINS
I WE SPECIALIZE
LA OILS’ And CHti OREM'S GARMENTS
NEU* FOH MAI VI.
MOK.VLITY UTI I)
BV I.AMMON HEAD
ATLANTA, t in. Three oblio.it- j
tions lot educational itr-derahtp :ii
the immediate tutuie were cited to i
, President Harry Richardson fit 1
1 Gammon Theological Seminary to j
the 79 members of the graduating j
■ class at toe Atlanta University j
Summer ( cnvocation exercises on j
They were i)> an increasing ein-j
phasis upon the li.i n.ation ol char- j
after among men and women who j
! constitute modem society. (2) the j
; strengfhenih; of home tile: and !
j (3) the ability to give people hope. I
' According to president Richardson j
hf these three f.Hior- run be mi- 1
bedded into tin maids ol people
: we will In gome a tong way toward
I the ioi mat ion ut eliaiacier. ioi as
Ihe pointed out, tw.v things are nn
! mediately clear: 'll that we are
| going t:■ have this world with us;
1 now ioi son it umc to come and i
1!; 1 til*■ nature ut tin wuitd wdt i
depend on tt.e natur* 01 the peo j
pie who compost it Tnus. us h<
jtcid the graduate;. ttific: is ~ duty
on everene to do aii tic ran t...
prove the world.
Dr. Richardson intormert tin
audience that there a great ueuf !
tea "sexual morality to be bred !
into fibre of our national life
He further declared that educa
; tienal leaders must give atternmn ]
in the welfare cf the home and to
its effectiveness a> a contrciling i
factor in human life.
Ti-.e graduates were reminded j
that young people should be made |
- ur* cf progress and me fact tiio j
the world can he good and worth ]
vnde. The speaker referred to
’ recent evidence; of progress as tin:
participation cf SO 000 Negroes in !
I the Democratic-primary in South
iCarolina, the increase; in teacher;
salaries, and tiie improvement in
I facilities for instruction of Negio
1 children. He lauded those men an ■
j women who have risked then ;■
I curity that education in the South
; might move forward.
After awarding die degree:
! President Rufus E. Clement, in his j
* traditlohai charge u members -f i
■ti e class, stated .-.-hat has been j
i done for you has not been done
} either for youm-i v< ; selfishly or 1
; for the Univers.it;-. seliishly. hn* i
! tather that you may fit yours* Ives
and that the University through
y-ou may serve mankind.’ Whether
Atlanta University continues to be
:;ne cf the three most influential
?due3tiOnai institutions for Negroes
n the United State", as ob-'C-rved
by John Cunt her in his book in
-:ide 1?. S A will df-pend in ..
aige measure what you do. the
graduates were told. Music , .u. by
' Mrs. Altomease Ransom, and by the
vuinn.e. Cchocl Chorus, under the
lire." i. of Professor Kemper
Harr old. Prayer and Benedicto.n
sere offered by Reverend Samuel
W. Williams of the Mcrehou- ,
j Liih olu I 111 \ t'l’sii v
Lists Opening Dates
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo. ‘The
( fates for events and acthmio pt r
i tinertt to opening the Egihty-third
Anniversary yea, at Lincoit Uni
versity, Jefferson City, ,h an
tave been announced by the Of
iee 01 me President Sherman D
Monday. September IS is regis
tration day for ail divisions of the
University. The Cafeteria and resi
dence halls c?i t.bi Jefferson City
"•ampu? will open to; occupai.-i :•
ina service Tuesaay Sepiembt r i
Special examinations for entei im>
l tudenis from unaccredited
i chocls. are scheauled tor me 10l
owing day, September 8
The period Tuesday Septembei
I : -Fi is designated as orientation -
participation in this program i; |
required for aii students entering j
he University for the first time !
A highlight of the opening \
>eriod is the Annual All Univers.u
Ti ming Convocation BOO a at
Tuesday September 14 at which |
ime President Sherman D Scrugg- j
aid members of th* Board of Cur- j
rtors will address the entire far- i
dty workers and student body i
.Tasse? in all divisions begin lot- !
owing this convocation
Rerservations for housing, vshicf •;
s still limited here, must be triad- !
n advance by all who plan to live
| n one of the campus residence;
Slated For 11 States
NEW YORK - The sdtoduk of
i tnnual conventions of state con-1
erence of NAACP branches was !
announced here this week b;
jloster B Current, director c) ;
Tranches. Eleven convention? of 1
date bodies will be held in the fat
summer and early Fall.
The schedule opens with the J
■.OKvention of the Tennessee State I
t&mferenee in Ms. Pleasant. Augusf |
26-27. Other conventions are soiled - !
uled a* follows: Texas, Galveston. 1
} September 3-5; Kansas, Osawa-j
] tonsie, September 5-7; Ohio, Day - j
j ton, September 24-5*5. Maryland ;
1 Baltimore, September 25; Virginia. ]
j Staunton, October 1-8. Penr.syl- i
j Vania Johnston. October 3-3; Mi
I souri, St. Louis. October 2-3; Uli- i
|no is, Springfield. October 2-3,;
A K fiO/JER lOR THE Bi HOF
StudrOt' ui ihF tvOiW jV<f kTsi
ft) tj*r f»f!. 1* tip lit Slff! J El Oil*
British \\ *' Alifit-.t Hi* iu*p Ft i
4 v Jt »Df i'-itii a iitizifrl
-!uU :.j f 3. v.Uiir,, pii'flt itifld -ft
SittF? uitioua) U.lgi Y club.
tru wifi* I .omioii to welcoinf
.i* . a?, rmfi/yk t'hf- Figfith
tjiGO t: t h COTtI6fK~ Ti if . lit t* I , .4 fit -
Another *I,OOO For Truman I
Mr;. Anne Arnold Hodgeman ,- : how a rc-eit ing a check from Dr j M.
Rubin-.ou of Little Rock Aik. a; Mr: Venice 1. Spragg? ot lire Quc*p
Defender iodks vb appmtiiutly.
¥ * t •
in r our Cities ■!
NEW YORK Yt iitiiful i-.n p j
j ponfr; of Jif-nry VV«I .■ «i« j
fighting discrimination in £kastsWfj
j miles, tennE k 'Gurts, in
| one '»ivtOA Huy -week in four cities
| vviiijp in liit-y mariat.c.G
jto sm;r:h Jim Crov; ruk-: a twim
j aiijig pool.
i The. continued Hn-Y liy.wi >t>*i
I reco-j • rj'iCSb>c»gCi- ti oivi C. H
I Baldvv ui, ti-T i'r ;uj y and uarupaiyu
; .re. c:t rile Pr ;: r . . Parr;
j them "for noi utraid
Ire take ■. the picket lln* ii necer
| sary to halt 'he criminal practice '
| of racial discriinination aim segre- !
' It. PItUbUX f: Pi, 3*9 'vhlli iirri
j coloi'ed mwnbers .;i r!:■ lour;*
|Pr., ; 'ic • ,i A:!:fii.:> ?uocc*-;.,'j
: m i-orui.n,; rite ma ol the
j Highland Pari: swimming pool tc'
i permit entrance to Negroe ;. i;c
! had been barred ra/liei.
Latest iTsrht wa« in Detrc.t wh. >-•-
j the young Progressive’? .-.er* j»j
j nine legal action against pohcc •
i who took an inter-racial group o: '
|l7 into custody white they were;
i picVet-.n. Brig* ■ Svadii'tn -, 1..
|sigr, r ; pxutcytioc th* refu:;d of th,
; Oetrcdt Tiger, n. try out Negro
I paJt players
In Bridgeport, rr.iiiiec»i«ii n-*-
NAACP Youth Coufioil sr.d tl:c
S::uth Carolina, Crangrourg. Oc
j tober 9-ili *.nd New York. Potigb-
I'keepsie, October 28-35,
UIE CAiUU ,INIAN
hr lit i ..till itu.v thicr. met firet
iii iso i .* jiHuid.f meeting of
t<ii 1,, m.jj- of ihe Angiicaii !
* hill eh
f*u :,iie -hoc*. - The ol i
CiOwitit ih* Right Rev. C, h 1
N. Raid- lev iu.ii.. • the presenta
tion to the Ilf hop td sie l l i |
i,. (till- fii-.luvp f-* re y fGste;
iAN P i j
I 'Cum F, ,-rr- -■ * —k - tops to j
u* , - J'. .- ' •;:.!•: after ,
| '.vhit; V FA. iii. ; :. ;- t : ttiled N* - i
I . .
' gfO fv-.ipJC;. V.Gia admit-
At B-uii GiiOiV M,;; via?)d Atior- |
I GL,y j. Dl•']':•> A'did iny WGuUi j 1
ji tofi rv tC> tilt’ *UUpI xHTir: t'OUrt it j S
: .'iii V ■ 1 . t-' CaSt- Ul VA Nfgj'ii ifillCi j
•-% Lilt? .:outh 'wiii -j v'c-i'c .!
•• i;«ri; Hit;'-' Vo. re piayu'jg tfcnnij* to* !
; ii 1 • Hjlm ill tlie Druid Hiu Cv-urts. ,•;
idt kGuijh lay dov/u on tn 6 ficurts j
. iioa p-oiiCr" GUint dtici were drag !
Lod aWiij "whilf of s-p6c- !
; :h>.dUT£-d ‘hi;: ii B tfe€ C OUir !
‘fne it;ik.: -rana! tennis matcii j
•: K'OK phtCt* oil ci li j i dlui'i:- Os t-E*:’
< Voting Pro.^rt' c lavn.t to -obi ain :
*<■ i•. -to play wOic roiuseu by C. x\.
! titook. park sup.-^.intendent, and
*V -i u v v-.-; 11, d.reclor of ,
petl;s jnd rec; jiion. . r.t, plc-udedj!
Vii • , Ulid CiirU'lV, 11, dcic.i';,;£ of 1
■i . P.i*. * the court:- ,
ml*-, m Central Queens ]j
i NY,. Yuri: members cl the South ij
la, ■ VV all.-c.e to; Presiaepi !
iclul. *'--utirviiea to join in picketing;
, ihe --to"A 1-v hs refusal to admit
Tii,: 4-H tadgirife cord ess sponsor-,
led by »he M.srth Carolina Jersey i
Cattle Club will n : i:-eid Aragon 27,
;B. Blltmoce Forces uaar. Asueville.
SI'M’ONI.) ,SK< TION
j Purr bases iNAALP
! Life Membership
NKW VOHK Iji D V Jtmi !
| on <.) tut National Uap*
j l.i t I’on V <-ntioj: iia- bi:i Oiltt- liiei
| inr-mbei ot the National Assncits
lion tor the Advancement ot Col
loied People, Walter White NAACP
I .sectttax y, announced tint week
I The tf.'/UO life member hip was pie*
j rented to Dr demisun by the Hap
j bst < ‘onventiori hi appreciation ot !
hi.-: tong yeari of service air*, as a j
tangible expression of the church -.
support of the work of the NAACF
Plant Dispersion By
iinfuAt r * Retj 11 test ci I
WASHINGTON t.NIPSi The 1
decentralization of the nation's in- ;
du trial plants as a safeguard j
against possible destructions has j
been urged recently by the Na- ;
tiemal Security Resources Board. 1
it was revealed here.' Through a
pamphlet "National Security Fac
iei in hidustiu.il Location.” tin
| mi- : involved m being situated m
j -i concentrated area which would i
| be vulnerable u; atomic bomb at-'
: 1 ici - is pointed up.
j The teport indicated the fact tba’
i tremendous expense ct atomic
- mu attacks would necessitate ■
concemration on those i3ie.ets oi
most strategic importance, sc tuai s
the less congestion exists, the less j
danger of any enemy being able to i
effectively crippic luriusirLl out-
BEWARE OF FOOD SPOILAGE
j DURING SUMMER WEATHER
Fungus, mold, insects and dry
; fi.t are always waiting to destroy
year food supply stored in cup
boards and bins, just as they do
ion a f&i m, the American Fat S**i
t age Committee point* out
Food expel ts and technicians
urge women to be constantly vigi
lant, lest deteriorat.cn rocs u«
of piecious food.
Take inventory, inspect and
clean out cupboards, refrigera
tors, cabinets, baskets where food <
supplies are kept, suggest home j
economists. Ceres!, prunes and |
j raisins easily become weevlly; j
onions begin to sprout: bread be j
I gins to mold fat gets rancid.
Air out cupbcaids. inventory
j supplies, plan menus to use on
| ions cereals and dried fruit be
j fore they begin to deteriorate,
i During the warm months, store
i bread tn the refrigerator Keep
yuur fat salvage can m the. re
! frigerator, on the cellar steps or
I in some other coot spot, and
v when it is fitted, sur
i plus usea fat to > our meat dealer,
| These trivka take tittle time,
and are Insurance against loss ot
j food, slit food j* money these
1 1 DAN! EL j
ROOKING SUPPLIES, INC,
12! S, DOUGLAS ST
Al! Kinds Roofing & Supplies
Paint- ot All Ktints
Robbins Jewelry Lo, j
j'Wfin. Watone-., iMamouav . J
ivi u<: k-s i I mt rumen i*
US S. GOLDSBORO ST.
: A PIONEER IN THE FIELD OF j
Sl4 F. NASH STREET
' - ! ! ■
Jdhn H, Mincey's
tfLANSE DR skRVH't
For Prompt Service Give Us A j
Cali We appreciate Four
3909 3248 J3*s Carolina St. i
i ~— . ]
j Meaning, Pressing. Alteration*;
C'LOTHEs MADE TO MEASURE
55S E. Sadr St- Phone. i 505 j
Mrs, N. B. Barnes, Prop
-1 'r i't.- rr.rr- I
SERVICE CLEAN EE S
j :70?! E. Nash Si. Dial A3<l?* ,
Vie specialize In Blocking Hals.
Cleaning Clothes, Pressing And
Alteration ft. B Barnes, Prop,
! Wheeler’s Cleaners
512 E NASH ST,
Hats Blocked Clothes Cleaned, j.
presses & Attewit Service j
Winle-U-WaU Try I.K
: Pnone 4*TT «.. V Wheeler, Prop, j
U. S, H. C Pollormn Pessed
804 S. Tarborc Si.
| Tel. 2*SS W Own, M- C. I 1
■* ****** *
■Whisk kNDINC; rS.VmiOMY, Al hit Si 2b, I'Ji
Prairie View Students Honor New President
I-K AIRIS; VIEW, Tex. <ANP) -.
Tin- Old Slate Normal and Indus- j
l trial students, a campus group
‘moored Di E }j. f>. ;nu along, i
| with his wife, for his appointment
ns officiiai president cl f '.mii s
; View lloivoi -;tt.y lust week at a
I special surprise affair.
Carualty strolling down the wal»,
; .fame: S Parker, known as .lie
iron man of the track is vacation
inf* hi Wilson Mi . Parker lives in j
‘Few York He was one of the 15 |
; members of the track team that:
: t»r rd front Raleigh and made it s
'to Wii-on with first prize back'
i in 1928.
I Pvt. and Mrs Charles Hines aie
! visiting his mo iiet and sister here
1 m Wilson Fvt Hines is stationed
at El Pa* o, Texas Mrs Hines i ;
j living m Baltimore, Mb, Pvt, Hines
i c a native of Wilson and Mrs.
j Hines n* a native of Ayden. The,. :
J alo visited her parent;- before re- j
turning <a Baltimore and Texas. |
, put speedily.
Throughout the bulletin. era- I
j phasis is made of ihe fact tha no,
displacement should be considered ’•
winch is. not economically feasible* !
or rha any removal should be i
m.-iUe ~t once. Underground instai i
. tations are tint favored by the re-!
pert, chiefly on the basis of the i
construction costs involved.
stop Fight cßii.iT
in N. PFNDIR STREET
FOR FINE FOOD, SOFT
DRINKS A REFRESHMENTS
Janie*; C. Morrison Mgr.
SEA FOOD MARKET
OPES 7 tK* A M. TO SOU P. M |
WE ORE SS AND Df LIVER
AT NO EXTRA CO 1
966 EAST NASH STREET J
FOR HOME COOKED FOOD ■
BAR B Qi f
539 F. NASH STREET
IDK AL diINERS
( ASH AM) CAKfi'V me
Froiiijy biektij) and Dfit *. cry
Jsfrvul - Dial
Corner Pender & Academy sis. j
0. K, COCKRELL'S
where Voar Dollar E’uys Mure
513 STANI OVsBCRt. sT
Mrs. £uia Locus
SERVICE STATION AND
1265 EAST NASH STREET
BEER SOFT DRINKS
|fRiCK’S MEN’S SHOP ~
| LEE HATS CURTIS SHOES 1
M THE FINEST IN TAILORING
118 S. GOLDSBORO ST.
FOR REASONABLE PRICES
SHOP AT RICE S
RE F H IGER AT ION AND
113 S. DOUGLAS STREET
H. J. DAUGHTftIDGE. MGS.
i YOUP. WESTINCHOOSE DEALER”
AND HARLEM POOL ROOM
BEEP LUNCHES SANDWICHES
423 E. HASH ST.
PHONE 4041 GEORGE LAMPROS. Prop,
jf ★ STAR CAFE ★
522 E. BARNES FT. -
GRADE: a— EXCLUSIVE COLORED CAFE
"The Beef la The State Gus Gielrmi*. Mgr.
Barker’s Department Store
201 - 203 S. GOLDSBORO ST.
“Outfitters For The Entire Family''
"Be Snr** To Visit Our Bargain Basement"
BLAIR S SHOE STORE^
| , - <Kyrova’MK>w*e^iww<in**tiws»'ewaWMSWiMSSMfwßwaKk:
EDWARDS FUNERAL HOME
FOR COMPLETE AMBULANCE SERVICE
j PHONE sue SQb E. NASH ST.
DAY OR NIGHT
) WILSON'S NEWEST ESTABLISHMENT
Wilson - To Keep 1 Ills
Page, Pairoiiize Those j
of the president - humc from the
campus library, the gioup ap
proftcheii his lion, singing "Aula
Lane Syne ’ Corning trom tux house
to see what was i-oiug no, Di.
hvini.*- was surprixcU to -ee the
large group of student? and prof*.-
s i - too, binging to him
En- Evans said, **My friends -
fin*; m friends have met me
daily with a smile and yet no one
iout me of this,"
Mi-;. Mabel Kilpatrick then in
j H-erupted hi surprised welcome by
presenting him with a traveling
bag as a token of love and esteem
from the "Old Normal Students,’
Y OCR NEiV
119 PETE ORFF ST
GOOD FOOD - COED BEER
* (ioc krell s LroceiH
■vujSb l-(uits mid Vetjetaules
lil-i t . Green S. Phime 2970
ERE I DEciVERY
l-Oiiiht* Et iiiliy Shop
beauty treatment that
KEEPS YOU LOVELY
Trained Personnel to Serve You
1003 WOODARD AVENUE
Mi PENDER STREET
IRISH AND COUNTRY
MEET FRIEND'S AT
EASE NASH STREET
HOT BAR R Ql E DAILY
*m I ■: **'*?f7 ;v
w | '
I * VkM
l "Z I " ~**~~—■
1)I« 1 SIMMS Mgr,
Dick’s Bfue Room
CLUB 301 I
WHERE FRIENDS MEET it EAT i
REOPENED UNDER NEW
817 GAY STREET
Harvey i i. Williams, Prop.
SHOE SHINE PARLOR
522 } NASH St Phone SIS*
Ail 1 adti* s ; & GeiitletmenN Dye
And Shine Work
< Bynum. Prop ,P. Byautn M#r j