The Press: Conscience of Cincinnati

At a luncheon in Cincinnati this week, the National Conference of Christians and Jews paid a signal honor to one of the country's longest working columnists. The newsman: Alfred M. Segal, 71, who was celebrating half a century on the Scripps-Howard's Cincinnati Post (circ. 167,260) and 34 years as a columnist. Read the special citation: "[Segal's] writings and his personal life . . . have been the ideals and aims of the National Conference of Christians and Jews." Back in the Post's city room. Editor Dick Thornburg and his staffers had another way...

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