90 NEW MEMBERS
IS SET AS GOAL
Colored Branch of Y. M. C. A. j
Would Increase Membership
to Continue Extension Work.
A ramps ign for 500 now members
mill be Inaugurated today by the I
Twelfth Btreet Branch of the V. M. J
C A., the first branch ever orgnniz-d J
for colored men and boys.
Representatives of the branch are •
to appear In a number of the local ,
colored churches today to outline scrv- i
l~es given by the association and th- \
ministers are to deliver sermons on j
character building among young men.
Armond W. Scott Is general chair
man for the campaign and Jefferson
S Coage Is associate general chair
man. The workers have been divided
Into divisions A and B and 12 team
captains head groups of five workers
Dr. C. Herbert Marshall heads divi
sion A, with Benjamin Washington as
sociate leader, while division B Is
headed by Dr. Robert B. Pearson, with
MaJ. Harry O. Atwood, associate.
The campaign will be under the !
direction of Robert B. DePrantz, secre
tary of the Financial Service Bureau of
the National Council of the Y. M. C. A , :
end national campaign director.
On th? Executive Committee for the 1
campaign, betides the general chair
man, leaders end orsoriate lenders crc
MaJ. Campbell C. Johnson, executive
secretary of the Twelfth Street Branch;
P,ev. A. F. Elmes, chairman of the
Church Co-operation Committee; Col.
West A. Hamilton, chairman of the
Prospect Committee; Maj. Atwood,
chairman of the Committee on Ar
rangements; Mr. Coage, chairman of
the Sustaining Members Committee,
and Capt. Eugene Davidson, chairman
of the Publicity Committee.
Captains of the campaign organiza
In division A-7-Dr. Fletcher Barber,
Dr. R. A. Easter, T. J. Houston, Harry
Lincoln Johnson, Bishop E. D. W.
Jones and Dr. William T. Parker.
Division B—B. C. Dodson, J. Franklin
Wilson. Simeon Cunningham, Rev. J.
L. S. Holloman, Rev. F. W. Alstork and
W. L. Carter. •
The business depression makes ex
tension work of the Y. M. C. A. more
important than ever, it is pointed cut.
Last year the Twelfth Street Branch
handled 114 welfare cases, placed 266
men in permanent employment, gave
free lodging to 320 stranded men and
advised numerous families how to
secure relief, following the latter to
see that relief w'as secured. This year
♦he branch established a Summer camp
for colored boys, which was attended
by 65 boys.
The corner stone of the present build
ing of the branch was laid by Presi
dent Roosevelt May 19. 1908. Last
year the branch had more than 1,000
IN NEWS WRITING
Society Editor of The Star Stresses I
Point Before G. W. Jour
"Life and color are being restored
to newspaper stories by the renewed use
of the human interest type.” said Mrs
Sallie V. H. Pickett, society editor of
The Evening Star, in an address be
fore the class in journalism at George
Washington University Friday.
Mrs. Pickett showed the importance
of personal things In newspaper and
magazine writing and declared that the
public demand for such articles gave
Importance to the publications that
emphasized their place In the affairs
of the l people. She advised the stu
dents that those who were making
preparations to enter the profession
should pay attention to personality as
a means of giving greater value to the I
work and that those who were so
equipped would go farther than would :
otherwise be possible.
The Importance of backgrounds also
was a subject of comment by Mrs.
Pickett, and she declared that persons
who were engaged in reporting should
at all times make an effort to obtain
a full understanding of the backgrounds
of dally events, even though the ma- '
terial was not for immediate use. I
The speaker told of some of her own
experiences in general news reporting,
and especially in interviewing prom
inent persons In whom various pubii- ,
cations had an interest, and she ad
vised the class: "You are paid only
for what you do that the publication !
MEXICO TO PROBE
STATION OF BRINKLEY
My the Associated Press.
MEXICO CITY, October 24 The
radio broadcasting station which John |
R. Brinkley, of Milford. Kan., is 1
operating at Villa Acuna, Coahuila. will |
be investigated by the Mexican govern
ment before any action is taken con
cerning it. Gustavo B. Serrano, the new
minister of communications, said today.
"I am not awaie of all the details
of this case, although I know it is very
complicated, involving this department
As well ns tin public nealth department,
end with several internationpl ramifi
cstions,” Secretary Serrano said.
■ One of my first duties in this office j
will be to inquire fully and carefully ]
into the Villa Acuna station to deter- 1
mine the status and legality of the l
matter. As scon as that is done I will I
issue a statement.”
Programs of John R. Brinkley, known
as the "goat gland specialist,” over a
Milford Kan., station were stopped
by the United States Radio Commission
as inimical to the public health because
of radio prescriptions for various ail
ments. He then established a station,
XER. at Villa Acuna. Mexico.
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