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Hi mm kftia^iltaMSSSMSaa i v*> ■« ^*n ■*, *$ V .JW^MfcfjMJiMi' ^,%i|<,| ■; lliatBtMAit^J^Kw. qaio ftAff ;M02E 15TB & fili'i.'i ST. *iii«.> im««^4MEiWMB«yM»^#y'«< w*«««<Mfc*«w^w^^ nimninii^iw^Mi* «it«»i» ^'limnii* mi » ct«w»hWM^»ui n m ..muiw %N*» rasa asms Saturday. January 7, i«m ffia..T ^^TfJtLl TTA " ■ ' ■ ■ ' ■. . .■■■ ■ ,. ■ ■ ■ ' , ; !S*»t 0*tfe* m*m» mi ,^■■11111111 ^■■mhi■»■ i»i h>m> COUIMBUt. OHIO Ofy On Page 8 WINNERS IN THE SENTINEL'S FIRST Chrlatma* coloring contest received award* last week. From left* front row: SjaeirilfWatkinfc fifth j$iz*l Carol Sparrow, thiti; Sfearrott Robinaoiy prrt; i*#!nt Lawaon, aecotut Tfcajf were accompanied l>y t&efr mother from teftr Hr&Jtfmbel Watklne* Mrs, tre&£ Sparrow, Mm, H#tea Robhmoa a%d Mm CUrlne Lawson, aoi'.a, .i/«*'A» iHM]'Mr»wri|r»»' ■fty<»»a»»m>>i m hi MMembers Negro Installed far'unit of the American Cancer Society are pictured with It*?, Robert W> Fay, recently elated president of the tt»&> At left la Mr*. Howard Kamatier, Jr., 113 N. 20th at, and at right Dr. H> Shemait Manuel, 3270 Livingston •T***' "IHi HI«H«WW»»MWIiMIMM»»W Tusk#g§e Study Shows Race Progress In" 1955 Tbe. aiuiuer Tuskegee race re* lettan* report, the ascend to be issued, replaces the lynching report issued by Tuskege* Institute for 4fr years, JThe new serfs*, released this week, recognise* that race refattooa are w&ffced out J» * framework; ee- tabiUhed by ins legal definition of th# Negro's status as a citl- sen/ There wag ho indication in l£55 of a pattern of substantial adjustment or of extensive conflict in race relation* in the south, the report states. pver- all, there seemed to be definite progress toward non-segrega- tioau Nine new members have been ejected to the Board of Directors of i&* American Cancer Society'a (frranklin county unit. Included on the list of new members are Mrs. Howard Rem- suer, Jr.; 113 N. JOth at,, and Dr. tf, Sherman Manuel, 3t?0 Livingston av. Others named to the board are Verle Baltxeil, Dorothy D. King, James F„ Kurts, Dr. Clark P. Pritohett, John F. Schoeodlnger, Jarnea Shocknesey, and William K. West water. 2SZ N. Drexel a v. ass the* were elected to serve three year terms with the organisation, which conducts a three point program in research, education and service — getting its financial backing aa a member of United Appeal. The service portion of the program revolves around Columbus Cancer Clinic, where free examinations are available to any rest- dent of Franklin county. The clinic is located in University hospital and numbers nearly SO physicians on its volunteer examination staff. * ♦ • NEWLY ELECTED officers of the county unit include Rev. Or. Robert W.. Fay, president j F. O. Schoedinger and Robert At, Engle, vice presidents; Dr. Frank B. Rasor, Secretary; and Robert L. Ratchford, treasurer. Executive secretary of the Franklin county unit la Paul L, Walker. In School Bd. Post GOV. LAUSCHE CONGRATULATES Charles P. Lucas of Cleveland, only Negro member of Ohio's new School Board, who, along with 22 other members of the board, waa installed Tuesday in ceremonies at Col* wabujj. Story on Pag* 8. •I ■t . ■'■ ft: i \ m ■*! I* I 4 I I
|Location||Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio|
|Collection||African American Collection|
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