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«VV»« *tfl<vn*"-*! *»"■ >(WK*M#ataMM2B B<iBrt<iBWp^ft«ft^ " MBNOTVP —^,^-^g. ■ "^^IT'""™*,'i"f ...iji..| iaijh»ij>j_-__^ Personality-Plus MOTORISTS Mutual Insurance Co. of Co- lumbus en- Joy* distinction of employing personality- plus Donna Augustine as clerk- .typist. A £ South High <r. grad, Donna « lends cheer- >- ful note to ^ Sentinel's si pages thanks j ] . to Ptfotog n :+ o Bill'Car- > #r's genius gj Olbf snap* ;'« 3 ping pinup • fchota such vi v« ,m «s this. b * g -Bm . < i *1 Carter I : ••■> ?> O *-• u GASSAWAY RITES QUIET DIGNIFIED (1 * Photo. Story On Page 2 a I VOL. 8, No. 18 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1956 15 CENTS COLUMBUS, OHIO . • aw AMoaiM flf v*.• Ba sMft <3?5?>1 < ■ -sM ! Sfory On Page 2 . « % WELCOME FDR BBBBj "IT" A GRACIOUS LADY whose unselfish role the year that this boon to the housing in the world's inexorable struggle for needs of the community's low income JNe- equal rights for all mankind transcends gro families was built and dedicated. In politics in all of its multiple aspects will be effect, when Mrs. Roosevelt comes to Poin a visitor in the city of Columbus this week. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of the late president Franklin Delano Roosevelt, will honor us with her presence Saturday afternoon and evening. On her itinerary is a brief stop in front of the administration building at Poindexter Village, whe/e she will address what we sincerely hope will be one frf the largest throngs ever to congregate in Eastside Columbus, - Although-Mrs. Roosevelt's Saturday evening address in Veterans Memorial auditorium is billed, and correctly, as a political speech in the interest of the national Democratic ticket, the opinion here is that her Poindexter Village appearance will be anything but political. * • a IT IS VERY FITTING THAT THIS distinguished lady should make the Poindexter Village appearance. The memory is still vivid with a great many of our minds of her illustrious husband making a simi- afternoon oar stop at Poindexter some 16 years ago— Let's see that she gets It dexter Village Saturday, her appearance could aptly be described as a second Roosevelt "homecoming" to the sprawling Eastside housing project erected during' her late husband's second term in office. a • • OF COURSE IT IS DIFFICULT TO separate Mrs. Roosevelt's appearance from the partisan politics pattern of the hectic 1956 political campaign. But we believe most fair minded persons of whatever political leanings wilt agree that this 73 year old international statesman without portfolio ts somebody special in that both her heart and mind have been dedicated throughout her lifetime to the good fight for the equality and dignity of all mankind with no political ^questions asked. w w m WE REPEAT, MRS. ROOSEVELT^deserving of an unforgettable mass demonstration in Poindexter Village Saturday ■ . - .-....' ...... ■ ' ■ . j ! c AWARDS MADE DURING NATIONAL convention of Nat'l Poro Ass'n, Inc., in Memphis included presentation of handsome golden trophy, carefully inscribed, to Columbus' Ethelene Alexander, 294 N. 21st si., for 'achievement in the beauty field. Mrs. Alexander, exam* iner for Ohio State Board of Cosmetology, was one of three to receive the award from Mrs. Roth Jackson of Birmingham, chairman of Poro Ass'n's national awards committee. - !-**p^.-' <■ - .-^-H*..^ ■*• ifawv+i*«*0*m, f - ?*V ft.'
|Location||Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio|
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