Harrisburg Physicians Speak 1946
Physicians Speak K On ChestX - ray An appeal to the Negro population to participate in the mass chest X - ray survey scheduled for this city, Steelton and Middletown from November 14 - 22, will be made by local physicians during services at eight churehes tomor row. The physicians will outline the free survey and urge residents to attend a public mass meeting No vember 10 at 3.30 p. m. in Wesley Union A.MJS. Zion Church, Forster and Ash streets, when final plans and details for the mass X - ray will' be outlined. The survey is being sponsored by the Tuberculosis and Health Society of Dauphin and Perry Counties, and is made possible through the annual sale of Christmas Seals. Dr. G. Leonard Oxley, city physician and a member of the society's board of directors, is general chairman. Dr. Oxley will speak in services at Greater Zion Baptist Church, Fourth and Reily streets, while other physicians will appear at these churches: Dr. Joseph A. Randall, Bethel A.M.E. Church, Briggs and Ash streets; Dr. L. Z. Johnson, Capitol Street Presbyterian Church, Capitol and Forster streets; Dr. Charles H. Crampton, Second Baptist Church, Forster near Sixth street; Dr. J. Douglas Phillips, St Paul Baptist Church, Cameron street; Dr. Harvey J. Reynolds, Wesley A.M.E. Zion Church, Fors ter and Ash streets; Dr. George A. Jones, Monumental A. M. E. Church, Second and Adams streets, Steelton; Dr. William P. Goodwin, Mount Zion Baptist Church, Steel ton.