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'A* P*t i ■ I i H ■ /'.:.,/ * miirtiifl Free X-rays Al Central, East Free chest X-rays will be giv- en 1520 at East High school Oct. 29 through Nov. 2 and 2065 at Central High Oct 15 through Oct. 19. Tuberculosis Society of Columbus and Franklin County has announced. Also included in the X-ray program at East High and Central High ' will be personnel of neighboring schools. The TB Society is devoting one of its two Christmas seal X-ray cruisers to the school program during the entire month of October and the first two weeks of November. The free X-ray program and all other projects of the TB Society are completely financed by the sale of Christmas seals. OBG's Rummage Sale October 20 The OBG Men'* Charity Club, Inc.. will sponsor a rummage sale Saturday, Oct. 20. at 213 E. Main st. Anyone having items may. call Frank Wilson, CI. 3-6400. or John Dusty, Ca. 1- 1061. for collection. The sale is planned to aid in the . group's annual Christmas basket donation fund. WALTER S. McjBONNELL, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibson, Columbus, has been named to <a position on the east coast by Civil Aeronautics Administration of U. S Dept. of Commerce. GRAND LADIES ALL OHIO STATE MUSEUM LIBRARY 15TH ft aXOll ST* COLUMBUS, OHIO VOL. 8. No. 18 SATUKDAY, OCTOBER 18,1958 CHRISTENE STINGER EXTENDS A WARM (and, needless to add, pretty) reception to Sentinel readers. She's just the beige beaut to do the extending, too—con* sidering she's The Ohio Sentinel's charrhing office re*- ceptionist, an editor's note which we add with pardonable pride.—Bill Carter Photo. ■ Biggest Fund Legacy N. YORK. — Largest legacy ever received by united Negro college fund, a gift of $204,000, was announced this week by W. J. Trent, Jr., executive director of the fund. The generous contribution came from the estate of the late Mr*. F. H. Wilks. a consistent supporter of UNCF since it* inception in 1944, DR. HELEN G. EDMONDS, SECOND FROM THE RIGHT, poses with group of Columbus Republican leaders after she delivered campaign speech at Mt. Olivet Bap. tist, Friday. Dr. Edmonds, graduate of Ohio State university and now professor of history at N. Carolina college, Durham, was a standout at GOP national convention when she seconded nomination of Pres. Eisenhower. She fa currently filling a series of engagements in Ohio under auspices of Judge Joseph H. Rainey, extreme right, field representative of Nat'l GOP Committee. From left: Robert Barcus, 6th ward committeeman; Raymond Jones, 7th ward committeeman; Anna B. Jones, stalwart in GOP politics; Dr. Edmonds, Rev. H. B. Hicks, pastor of Mt. Olivet, and'Judge Rainey. See John B. Combs' "Speaking of Politics" Sec. 2 Page 3.—Pierce Photo. GORDON E. SERROTT, FRANKLIN COUNTY RECORDER, announced last week that Raglan R. Reid-. prominent Columbus attorney and nationally famous choirmaster, is a member of the Serrott for Recorder committee. Serrott, third from right, seated, made the announcement to group of Columbus Republicans at Belmont Club, 689 E. Long at. Now serving as recorder by appointment, Serrott discussed his campaign plans for reelection to full term at Nov. 6 election. The group, all staunch Republicans, pledged to give him their enthusiastic support.—Pierce Photo. Bound To Jury In Beating Of. Elderly Pair A 32 year old woman and a 36 year old man who allegedly robbed and brutally assaulted an aged Columbus couple Sept. 18 were held to the grand jury under $5000 bond each when arraigned on armed robbery char- Res. James A. Harris, 359 Galloway *▼., aad Louise Allams, formerly of 1122 HUdreth av., was sent to county j a 11 to await grand jury action. They were held in connection with robbing Lendon N. Berry, 60, and his 73 year old wife, Minnie, of about $8 after breaking into the couple's home at 1122 Hfldrcth a v. Att'y Fulton Highlights Prince Hall Observance Choir Appears At Union Grove Senior choir of Union Grove Baptist,, Columbus, sponsors an appearance of the Paul Roberts choir Friday, Oct. 19, 8:15 p in. Tickets may be secured by contacting Cecil Roper, 1360 E. Long st.t CI. 2-7581. Mr*. Helen Brown is program chairman. Rev. Pbale Hale is pastor. Att'y Joseph H. Fulton will be principal speaker when FA Masons observe Prince Hall day Sunday, Oct. 14, 4 p.m. at 2nd Baptist, Columbus. The NAACP, its Legal Research Dept. and implications will be discussed by the speaker. Prince Hall Masons in this country finance the department. A resident of Cincinnati. Att'y Fulton practices law there having been the fust Negro admitted to Cincinnati Bar Ass'n. He is also a member of the American Bar Ass'n, A 33rd DEGREE Mason, hi* fraternal affiliation* include Polar Star Lodge 37, Knights of Pythias; Corinthian Lodge I, ot which he is past, master; Sinai Temple 50, King.Solomon Consistory 20 and MWG Lodge of Ohio, ot which he is past grand attorney and past grand lecturer. He is a past president of the Ohio State Ass'n of Elks. ARRANGEMENTS FOR the meeting are being made by/Arthur J. Hill, worshipful ma^.ei of Pride of Hilltop 110; Arthur Ware, worshipful master, Gloria Lodge 80, and C. Marland Chancellor, worshipful matter AFTER COMPLETING HER HARD-SWINGING political speech at Veterans Memorial, Columbus, Saturday night, Mrs. Eleanor .Roosevelt received two bouquets of beautiful flowers from two other grand ladies. Presentations were made by Karen Kirschburg, 4 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kirschburg, 82 Dominion blvd., and Jennifer Gibbs, 3 year old daughter of Mrs. JuaniU Gibbs, 117 N. 20th st. Other photos, story inside and on -back page. VOL. 8, No. 19 SATURDAY, OCTOBEB 20,1956 15 CENTS COLUMBUS oma Story On Page 1 \ Pretty ' ATTY JOSEPH of St. Mark's Lodge 7. Russell W. Pace, Sr., is deputy grand lecturer of the third Masonic district. Attends Meeting , TALLAHASSEE. Fla. — Dr. L W. Elliott, head of the Chemistry Dept. of Florida A—M university, attended the annual meeting of the American Chemical Society in Atlantic City »»** week. BILL CARTER'S PROCESSION OF COLUMBUS pinups continue.* with this ingratiating shot with Franks lin pk. in autumn as the backdrop. Beauteous subject is Patricia Isbell, who attends Rosary High and ia the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Isbell with whom she resides at 1437 Eastwood av. Hobbies: Dancing and eheerteading.—Bill Carter Photo. AN ORCHID FROM AN AUNT, MRS. MARTHA GATEWOOD, a lovely floral arrangement from her club, a stack of congratulatory telegrams from Columbus clubs and individuals as 10 of her clubmates in attendance from Columbus chapter of B-P witnessed the colorful luncheon ceremonies at N. York's Hotel N. Yorker were among honors accorded Eunice Wood when she received handsome plaque indicating her aa recipient of national achievement award of Natl Ass'n of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. Mrs. Wood, Sentinel women's editor and director of Gayteens clubs at Beatty Recreation Center, received award from Mrs. Otlie Porter of N. York City. The award winner was accompanied to N. York by her mother, Mrs. Clara M. Carter, and Mrs. Edna Bryce of Columbus. They were joined in N. York by Mlav Mignonne Bryce, Gay wood model now living in N. York City, and Mrs. Clara Harvey, I Washington, D. C sister of Mrs. Wood. Story on Page 2.
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|Text Transcript||'A* P*t i ■ I i H ■ /'.:.,/ * miirtiifl Free X-rays Al Central, East Free chest X-rays will be giv- en 1520 at East High school Oct. 29 through Nov. 2 and 2065 at Central High Oct 15 through Oct. 19. Tuberculosis Society of Columbus and Franklin County has announced. Also included in the X-ray program at East High and Central High ' will be personnel of neighboring schools. The TB Society is devoting one of its two Christmas seal X-ray cruisers to the school program during the entire month of October and the first two weeks of November. The free X-ray program and all other projects of the TB Society are completely financed by the sale of Christmas seals. OBG's Rummage Sale October 20 The OBG Men'* Charity Club, Inc.. will sponsor a rummage sale Saturday, Oct. 20. at 213 E. Main st. Anyone having items may. call Frank Wilson, CI. 3-6400. or John Dusty, Ca. 1- 1061. for collection. The sale is planned to aid in the . group's annual Christmas basket donation fund. WALTER S. McjBONNELL, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibson, Columbus, has been named to|