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MARCH ON WASHINGTON
COMMITTEE IS EXPANDING
Chicago, Illinois, Oct. 9, 1941—
Recognizing the need for miss
pressure to grapple with the per
plexing problems of labor and dis
criminations that beset the Negro
people at this time and which will
plague them in the post-war per
iod an organized, rationwide cam
paign is underway to increase the
mass power of the March on Wash
ington Committees by enlarging
their membership. ,
A remarkable step forward was
made in Chicago following “The
Report to the Nation’s” meeting,
September 28, in the Metropolitan
Community Church, at which the
ypeaKers were A. Philip Randolph,
National Director of the March
on Washington Committee; Walter
White, Secretary of the National
Association for the Advancement
or Colored People and member o
the Committee. Lester Granger,
Executive Assistant Secretary of
the National Urban League and
memler of the Committee; Milton
P. Webster, First International
V.'ce President of the Brotherhood
of S ceping Car Pjrters and mem
ber tf the President’" lair Employ
ment Practice C remittee. Ear.
Di'-koson, Alderma; of Chicago
ar.d member of the President’s
Fair Practice Comrni'tee, toget
her v ith Mrs. Fr’ncOs Taylor
AP seiey, Chairman of the Com rv
it Lee on Arrangements and Dr.
Charles Wesley Burton, Director
of the Chicago Division o+ the
March on Washing*tn Committee
thy.' sponsored the public meeting,
at which over three tlitusar.d Ne
2,000 MEMBERS GOAL SET BY
Nashville, Tenn.—Setting ita j
goal at 2,000 members ,the local ;
branch NAACP. will hold its mem- (
bership drive October 1st to 15th.'
From its headq’trs in the Morris i
Memorial building, it issued a pub
lic report of its work for 1941. J
Outstanding among its success-,
es are the facts that it helped se
cure jobs for Negro carpenters;
helped bring about a change in
policy of the Tennessee State Em
ployment Service so that now Ne
gro skilled workers 'have no diffi
culty in registering; obtained a
course in defense job training for
Negroes; helped to get the county
poll tax removed from Davidson
County; helped to get 12,000 Ne
groes registered in the recent e
lection; helped to save the life of
Robert Buchanan, unjustly accus
ed of rape. Paid $100.10 for a
stenographer to make a word by
word record of the case as it was
being tried in the lower court.
This record was the basis of an
appeal to a higher court.
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NEGRO YOUTH STUDY
The most comprehensive study
of the attitudes of Negro youth
ever atempted in the nation has
been completed by the American
Youth Commission of the Amer
ican Council on Education, end
findings from the regional studies
have been published in a series of
books. A summary volume, COL
OR. CLASS and PERSONALITY
is also being published.
The survey of effects of minor
PHYSICIANS SHED NEW
LIGHT ON BAFFLING PROB
LEM OF ULCERS
Chicago, 111. Pixpage—New
light has been shed on the centur
ies-old problem of stomach ulcers
by Dr. Donald Cook and Dr. Mur
iel K. Fuller of Chicago and Lake
Zurich Illinois, who assert in a
new book based on six years of re
search, that chronic ulcers are due
-By Frances Lee Barton
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Makes about 11 glasses (6 fluid
to pressure of the affected areas
between the liver and the spine.
Effective treatment lies in lower
ing the areas involved below the
point of pressure it is stated by
the authors, who studied at the
University of Chicago medical
school. The pressure theory is ac
claimed as a valuable contribution
to the basic cause of stomach ul
cers, a major medical problem, on
which there is wide variety of o
pinnion. Approximately 10 per
cent of the people show definite
symptoms of ulcers at some time
ity status on personality develop
ing of Negro youth was made with
funds provided by the General Ed
ucation Board and the 1940 Annual
Report of the Activities of the
Board was illustrated with the pic
ture reproduced above. Five of
the six books are shown in the il
lustration: IN A MINOR KEY:
Negro Youth in Story and Fact,
by Ira de A. Reid; GROWING UF
IN THE BLACK BELT: Negro
Youth in the Rural South by
Charles S. Johnson: CHILDREN
OF BONDAGE: The Personality
Development of Negro Youth in
the Urban South by Allison Davis
and John Dollard; NEGRO YOU
TH AT THE CROSSWAYS: Their
Personality Development in the
Development in the Middle States
by E. Franklin Frazier; COLOR
AND HUMAN NATURE: Negro
Personality Development in a Nor
thern City by W. Lloyd Warner
Buford H. Junker, and Walter A.
Adams The sixth volume, THUS
BE THEIR DESTINY: The Person
ality Development of Negro Youth
in Three Comunities by J. Howell
Atwood, Donald W. Wyatt, Vin
cent J. Davis and Ira D Walker,
has recently been published. Pre
' liminary studies were NEGRO
YOUTH: A Selected Bibliography
! on their Social and Economic Back
grounds by Dr. Reid; and THE
ATLANTA NEGRO by Joseph A.
Pierce, assisted by Marion M.
Hamilton. The supnary volume,
containing also a set of recomm
endations for the improvement of
the status of Negro youth, was
written by Robert L. Sutherland.
Eight of the twelve authors of
the pricipal studies are Negroes.
E. Franklin Frazier is head of the
Department of Sociology and direc
tor of the School of Social Work
at Howard Univ^sitiy. Charles
S. Johnson is head of the Depart
ment of Social Science at Fisk U
niversity. Ira de A. Reid is on
leave from Atlanta University and
serving as consultant to the Em
ployment Security Division of the
Federal Security Agency. Allison
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THE COLONEL PAYS OFF
PfoUon, Ark.,—Pixpage, Mem
bers of the 108th combat eng n
eers of Chicago, toss their comm
ander. Col. Karl Hobart (left) and
Lit. Phil Clementz (right) in the
Red River near here, after co-rn’-1
ing a 658 foot pontoon bridge be
fore noon. Starting at 6:30 A. M.
the Colonel and Lieutenant had
told the men they could throw
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the job before noon. They did.
The bridge building was part of j
the maneuvers being carried out !
Davis, on leave from Dillard Uni
versity is research fellow in che j
Collaboration Center on Child De
velopment at the University of
Chicago; Walter A. Adams is j
chief of the Psyihiatric Division of
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