Clipped From The New York Age
WA RelcSls Ex3 Of fcj SiTtse Just a few hntira aft U.t . .1.'. - - - - - . - - . ww a maa of Th k' Vi, 1.. . - " - ' 't aMjr - ed on tht streeu with the exclusfca iwy inai hiss Augusta Savage, cele - pratea afulmrv. ki4 lu .j ajctor of the Harlent Art Center. w Lenox avcrme, tne ytirens Spon - sorms; Grooo met for its second 'tn - mal meeting and election of officeri iot ine cniuinc ytT. - - ' While tha niwtm, ' . r - .A,' , i - " a njm icq peacefully and with well - oiled prtxs. . "on. t was a new rem that prblica - hon of the fact that Miss Stvtgt - had been ousted by "connivars - t and reariserr'of some of her subordin - Stes had rlnr4 nAVI. m v. r er and of tht sponsoring committee v um hi m eac A. Philip Randolph, chairman of the crtwens; group, presided it the election which resulted m the droe - png it an officer the Rev. John H. - - mtu u n a Cfcurch. In hit p!iee was" electej James Baker.'Alea R. Stavenita, white, was dropped es secretary and wis succeeded by Harold Jackman, school teacher. . ' , , t No mention wu made at the mrf. m of Mist Sa rage's otatrr and ef - torts to a - rt aeViaU sm a,,... m changes were in yam. . i .. j - .