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Page 35 of Kentucky Negro Educational Association Journal v.13 n.1

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Mrs. Ellen L. Taylor, Louisville Mrs. Vivian S. Taylor, Win- chester. Miss Sallie R. Tilford, George- town. Mrs. Lula Ward, Pleasureville Mr. Wilber A. West, Danville. Miss Ida White, Columbia. Miss Paralee White, Columbia Mrs. L. B. Whitney, Chaplain Miss Betty B. Williams, Colum- bia. Mrs. Marie Williams, Winches- ter. Mrs. Dollye W. Wilson, Owens- boro. Mr. James P. Wilson, George- town. Mrs. Debora Woollolk, Provi- dence. Miss Maggie J. Wright, Stan- ford. LIFE MEMBERS OF THE K. N. E. A. The following persons became life members of the Association upon payment of ten dollars each during the 1942 convention: Mrs. Bernice Batts Arter ..... ............. Louisville Miss Jessie R. Carter ....... ..... ............ Louisville Mrs. M. L. Copeland ....... ............. ........ Frankfort Miss Marguerite Parks ...... . .. Louisville Rev. M. B. Lanier .... ..... . . ............. Louisville Miss Carrie B. Pate ....... ................. Louisville Proof.. E. W. Whiteside.... .............. Paduca.i Miss Eunice Singleton ..... ................ .Louisville Miss Arnah Wilson ....... ...................Louisville Mr. Atwood S. 'Wilson ...... ................. Louisville SERVES IN NATIONAL DEFENSE Dr. J. T Williams, member of Advisory Committee on Edu- cation to the Joint Army and Navy Committee on Welfare and Recreation. Kentucky has been honored in the appointment of Dr. J. T. Wil- liams, dean of Kentucky State College, as ta member of the Ad- visory Committee on Education to the joint Army and Navy Committee on Welfare and; Recreation. This committee is concerned with the development of programs of education for men in the armed forces, both as a part of national defense and to prepare them fobr return to post- war civil life with more adequate educational preparation. Every effort is being mAde to provide the best possible instruc- tional material for the off-duty study of the enlisted men, and to adapt it to effective use under B5

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