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The Chicago Whip Aa Independent Newspaper Published Every Weak Vol. 3 April 9th, 1921 _No. li Published by THE MAC NEAL PUBLISHING COMPANY (Incorporated) CHICAGO OFFICE: 8420 STATE STREET, PHONE: DOUGLAS 7628 JOS. O. bIbbT L. L. B./ WILLIAM C. LINTON.. l HENRY H. PROCTOR.c,lV Edito' A. C. MAC NEAL.. Manage. All unsolicited rticles, manuscripts, letters and pictures sent to the CHICAGO WHIP ere sent st the owner's risk, end the CHICAGO WHIP expressly repudiates sn» HftbUity or responsibility for their safe custody or return. All communications must b« went In the name of the CHICAGO WHIP. No attention whatever paid W unsized matter 8tamps must accompanv all querie* and manuscript. Terma of Subscription (Payable in advance) I |M Y«r.,.$2.00 Six Month*.$1.25 Threw Manths.7Sc Admitted a* second class matter, Oct. 21, ’19, at th* Post Oilice at Chicago, DL, • ad*r the Act of March 3, 187 0. _ ADVERTISING RATES' ON APPLICATION . _I I. .. I ■ ■ ■ I 1 ur-T - 1 — BMMMttBMfli»aBnOTiiiitiu!iuiiiuiMiiiiiii*unuii'iiiaiimuaiit;uiwiMii>i*a*iwiHcwniMigniinumji'in|iiiBiiiniffigBuii>Ptni|ffTMBWBw>—nww*^ WITH DUE REGARD FOR RIGHT, WITH PURITY OF MO- jj TIVE IN OUR EXPRESSION, WITH CONSCIENTIOUS COMPASSION FOR STRICKEN HUMANITY, WITH UN- | STINTED CREDIT TO THOSE WHO MERIT, WITH TRUTH AS B OUR GUIDE POST AND LOVE AS OUR INSPIRATION, WE HAVE COMMITTED OURSELVES TO THE WORLD OF JOUR- L NALISM. WE HAVE DEDICATED OURSELVES TO PUBLIC SERVICE. Professional Ethics m. In last week’s Whip there appeared an article by “Lupin con cerning the propriety of the treatment accorded Drs. Smith and Williams, who were expelled from the Medical Association, because they had written for publications and allowed their signatures and photos to appear. If we may judge by the number of communica tions we have received on the subject, the article in question has created no end of discussion. The Whip never cracks its lash for the mere pleasure of seeing a welt rise. It always has some definite basic reason for its dis agreement with any public policy or act. It came to the defense of the two physicians under discussion because they are both honorable gentlemen of an honorable profession, whose only sin has been that they have tried to alleviate human suffering by teaching the methods of preventing disease, and in so doing they have received the reward that comes to every unselfish public servant—the good will of the community and the privilege of being well known. It is this “good will” and this “publicity” to which the profession objects, claiming that it smacks of advertisement, and is therefore unethical. The Whip has no desire to thwart the ethics of any profession; on the contrary where ethics mean the highest standard of professional service, it stands heartily and wholesouledly behind it, but there are two kinds of professional ethics—number one, those bsued upon justice and morality; number two, those based upon ancient, foolish and childish fiubdubbery. No one would think of questioning number one; everyone would question number two. For instance, it is unprofessional for a sec ond physician to visit a patient until the first has been definitely re leased from the case. It is based upon justice of one physician to another and upon justice toward the patient who cannot thrive with - (wo doctors working independently of each other. That then, is sound ethics. It is unprofessional for a physician to discuss the ailment of his patient with an outsider. That is based upon. the existing sense of social morality, which seeks to safeguard the inti mate things of the individual and the home. That, too, is sound ethics. But no physician has yet been able to point out the single moral or justifiable reason why a physician should not allow his picture to appear, as well as his signature, in connection with articles which are both helpful and scientific. The profession simply says: “It js unethical.” If this is the only reason, then this rule of ethics is flubdubbery. Centuries ago medicine was studied by rich men who used it not to make a livelihood, but to gain social distinction. It was then considered of course as beneath the dignity of the profession to secure publicity collaterally. Later, when fees were charged, there was a very good reason for ethics against publicity—it kept the power surd income in the hands of the few physicians who were established and known. It made it hard for the newcomer to break through. But all that happened ages ago. Strange that it still survives. One can see no earthly reason for its existence. Many of the makers of medical history of today resort to legitimate publicity rather than “hide their lights under a bushel.” The famous Mayo Brothers are referred to constantly through the press of the country. It was said that the late Dr. Murphy had legitimate channels of publicity. Dr. Leonard Keene Hirschberg of Johns Hopkins University writes under his own signature; the Health Commissioners of our great cities not only are advertised, but also dispense their views freely, yet none of these men have suffered in the eyse of the profession. The acid test, after all, is to deliver the goods honorably. Aside from this, the Whip grinds no axe against the professional men of this com munity. It wishes them well, and in attacking “false ethics,” which is destroying their sense of race solidarity, it believes it is lending practical aid to the whole race. And so we believe that in the inter est of peace and prosperity, Dr. Smith, Health Editor of the Chicago Whip, and Dr. Wilberforce Williams, Health Editor of one of our contemporaries, should be publicly exonerated by their colleagues of any logical charge of unethical practice. In their endeavors tc teach the public simple principles of hygiene and the prevention of disease they have suffered as all good Samaritans, and the Levite survives unmolested. The fictions of the present day will soon be dissolved in the unclouded light of reason and only the true sub stantial facts of life will be considered. We wait. The Devil Is Here Well, they are here. The organization from Dixie. The one which for years had beaten, terrorized and murdered black folki The once who have outdistanced the Armenians in its butcher; and cruelty. The Ku Klux Klan is with us. it stands upon the battlements of the City Hall and vaunts of its unsavory record. I has the audacity to openly advertise for recruits. It must not be taken for granted that the presence of the Ki Klux Klan is as recent as its advertisement suggests. The poisonous propaganda of this malicious klan played no small part in arousin; the minds of hoodlums for the recent deplorable riots. The Whi[ called the public’s attention to this during the clash. In an editoria —“The Riot and the Hidden Hand”—it pointed out in detail thi work of the Ku Klux. It is significant to note how this organization, which has alway operated under cover, has modified its program since it decider to come out into the open for membership. One of the man; things it claims to stand for is the protection of the womanhood o all races and the United States. If we did not know that this par of their program was a subterfuge, in fact, if we took them serious we would ask them why they have not protected black womei from southern vultures? Why they did not protect the many blacl women who have been lynched because they refused to commit th unpardonable crime? Even with their handicaps black women di not wish the kind of protection that this organization is able to give It stands to reason that white women do not need it. The; have generations of culture, the backing of the courts, the suppoi Violette N. Anderson, Attorney at Law Dear Miss Anderson: When were the first laws regarding woman suffrage passed in the L nitet States? L. B. D. I 11V 111 M an suffrage law in A in e r i c a were passed in Wyo ming and Utah in 1869. I saw a shoot ing affair nut long ago a n d was mixed up in (lie argument. T h e case went to court IJear .'lar'ame: and I have been hiding ever since be cause I do not want to have anything to do with it. I have been told that the judge sent out a bench warrant lor me. What is a bench warrant and do ] have to go? A bench warrant is one issued by direction of a presiding judge of a court. There will be uo question about your going if the officer finds you and serves it upon you. If you did not do the shooting why evade the service? Dear Madame: I am seeking information. 1 am seventeen years old and the young man I keep company with is 18. lie ap plied for a marriage license and was refused, as he is a minor, also an or phan, only having a grandfather living. The clerk told him he would he com pelled to get a guardian before we could marry, b will become a mother soon. Please advise me what steps to take, as he is willing and has made all arrangements and my people are all willing. G. D. As your husband is a minor he will have to have a guardian to make affi davit for a license for him anil you will have to have an affidavit from your parent or parents giving their consent. From your statement, you should have no difficulty in procuring the license when those requisites are complied with. Dear Miss Anderson: A friend of mine lost his mind and was sent hack to his home in another state, and has been sent to the Insane Asylum there. He has some tilings here. Could 1 he appointed guardian for him and sell them? No, a guardian will have to he ap pointed in the state in which he was adjudged insane and that guardian will have to arrange to take care of Ins interests here. Dear Madame: How much does a man have to pay when the court finds him guilty of be ing the father of a child when he is not married to the mother' $1,100.00: This is payable, <200.00 the first year and $100.00 a year for each year after, quarterly. A settle ment can he made with the mother of the child for not less than $800 in a lump sum with the consent of the court. Dear Miss Anderson: blow long must a person be divorced in Illinois before he can legally marry In Indiana. Is residence in that state and certain length of time necessary. If I marry in Indiana within a year liter being divorced in Illinois, can 1 legally live with my husband in Illinois What would he necessary to make the marriage legal in Illinois? H. M. H. One year. No. Not legally, you are liable to be prosecuted for living in adultery. It cannot he legalized. When the year is up, remarry in Illi nois. All questions of a legal nature cheer fully answered. Address Care the Whip, 3420 State St. [y. W. Co A. News! The regular meeting of all the mem bers of the Young Men's Christian Association will be held Monday, April 11, at 8 p. m. in the Blue Triangle Club House, 3541 Indiana avenue. Mrs. Irene M. Gaines is now acting general secretary of the Indiana ave nue Branch Y. \Y. C. A, We are con fident that the good work will con tinue tinder her leadership as she is well informed along all lines of social work—is farseeing and broadminded, which means a great deal to us. A musical banquet will he given in the Blue Triangle Club House, by the Y. W. C. A. Glee Club on Tuesday April 5, with Mrs. Martha A. McAdoo and some of the cities’ most noted mu sicians as their guests. We are pleased to have Mrs. Ethe' Hammond, City Health Nurse, as di rector of physical training at the Y W. C. A. every Saturday evening frorr 8 to 10. Our dressmaking, cooking and dra matic classes are still growing carl week, but we still have room for more 1 On Friday, April 8, beginning a: 4:30. Dr. Davis will lecture on the cart , of the teeth and Dr. Weaver, on tht ’ care of the feet. Everybody is wcl ■ come. Legal Catechism By Herman E. Moore, Attorney-at-Law Qucs. About three years ago I made a deposit on a ladies' -icoat down in the loop in a department store and 1 had to leave the city, so 1 want to know if I can get credit for the amount at this date, as I still have my receipt or do 1 lose the amount of money I payed them? \ns. You will probably not be able to get vour ,1..rl, - Flic store is only required to hold such articles, upon which deposit is made, for a reasonable length of time. A period of three years is obviously longer than can he considered reason aid I should advise, however, that you take your receipt down and take the matter up with the manager of the store and perhaps he will give you an exchange ticket allowing you to select that amount of other merchan dise from the store. Uues. 1 was living in a camp, a soldier, and took a lady to Maryland and married her after an acquaintance of two months. Later I was informed that she had another husband, and know it to be true. Ain I lawfully married to her? Could she have any claim on me? Can J lawfully marry another woman without a divorce or some kind of separation if 1 married in the I'nited States? Ans. This marriage was illegal if sin was already married to another, as she did not have the capacity to marry you. She has no claim upon you, ami upon proof of her former marriage you can have your marriage to her an nulled. This should be done before you remarry again. Qties. 1 am a government letter carrier, with a good and unspotted rec ord I was arrested upon a warrant for violation of a city ordinance. The gas company sent out common labor ers to inspect my house to see if they could find a false gas connection, which they did. I was fined the mini mum fine of $5. which I paid. I wasn’t at home when this occurred. Can I sue them for raising tny window and going in without a search warrant or permission front me? Can 1 sue them for the "humiliation." Ans. Vou probably can maintain an action against them for trespass in en tering your house without a search warrant, Init the damage even if you could recover, would doubtless he neg ligible. '[’lie "humiliation" would proh ably he no grounds for an action if you were actually adjudged guilty in a court and fitted for the offense. To C. B.—\\ (leyk niv„ Marshall, Texas. I cannot ans**.ft»B.v the prop erty "question. whifU^wt ask From all that you state, however, it appears that you have a full and good title to this piece of land and should pro ceed to take possession at once, f should advise that you consult a reput able attorney in your local city ami let him advise you how to proceed if the other party does not voluntarily give up possession upon your request for the same. Send questions for this column to Herpfan K. Moore, care the Chicago Whip, .142(1 State street. 11 --= ■ = ==Tl Community Notes Among the persons who rendered volunteer service at the Community House last week were Miss Dora Beard, as stenographer; Mrs. YVinnona Buckner, as hostes>, and Mrs. Saraz Ozella as storyteller and play leader, and Miss Esther Faulks and MYs. Ber tha Hensley as girl worker. Many of the former attendants at the Saturday Evening Community So cial were on hand la>t Saturday. Neighborhood work was started last week in the Federal street neighbor hood and the Dearborn street neighbor hood. More volunteers are needed for this work. Miss Esther Faulkes, Miss Ruth Tol jmaire. Mrs. M. Burgette Johnson, Miss Blanche Rickman and Miss Martha i Wilson were in conference last week [ concerning the play-fest. They are planning for the public one of the most delightful treat of the season. Andrew Savage Dies. Andrew H. Savage, general mana ger for the southside office of the Fidelity Investment Company, died last Saturday night, April 2nd, at the National Sanitarium at Johnson City. Tenn His death at the age of 36 comes after an illness of short dura tion. having contracted pulmonary affection last year. He was taken to his home in Talladega, Ala., Sunday, where hi will be interred. His so journ in Chicago won to him many triends and his effort* with the Fi delity Investment Association had been marked with striking success, and his demise is felt keenly by all his friends and associates. 1 of the army and navy and therefore should be insulted at the ' temerity of the Ku Klux Klan. The main purpose of the Midnight Riders from Dixie js to i instill fear into the hearts of black men. This being accomplished i he will be ripe for exploitation. They will be fit subjects for the peonage farm. i There is a scarcity of labor in the South. The fields are devas I tated from neglect. The Southerner by nature is a lazy creature. ’ He believes in letting “George do it!” They want their former em f ployees to return. They desire those who are there to remain. The 1 work of the Ku Klux Klan in Chicago is to stir up sufficient racial i feelings to make it unpleasant and unprofitable for the black migrant > to remain. Once they are returned the desire of the masses of black i folks to leave their cruel masters will be checked. We me of the : profound opinion that the workers of the North, black and white, > will be able to understand and undermine this scheme. They know ■ that their cause is common. Their interests are so intertangled until ' the success or failure of one is dependent upon the co-operation and t sympathy of the other. 1 By Dr. Troy Smith. 1 lie coming of spring brings many «»f ns back to an old idea that we have fostered for a long time; that is spring time and spring tonics. I do not want to discredit the idea of spring tonics, but why not summer tonics —fall tonics and w inter tonics. Many people suf fer with lowered vitality in fall, in w inter and in summer, but of ten they s a y, »»m u >pmig comes i am going to take a good spring tonic.” If you real ly need a tonic you need it when the weakness is staring, not after the pro cess has been going on for three or tour months. lo say that there is no value to tonics is misleading, hut he assured that if you do not know, some one knows what is wrong with you. I'or example, 1 once knew a woman wherein the only symptom she com plained of was weakness. Instead of her seeking her family physician, she l went to an miexperienetfl drug clerk who knows nothing about the human system. All he knew was how to compound drugs. She told this drug clerk that she was suffering with weak ness. He looked upon the shelf and took down a bottle of Beef, Iron and \\ ine and told her this would strength en her. In all she took six bottles. The last bottle she bought she was un able to go after it. She had to send for it. Showing no improving, but getting weaker all the time. This poor woman became frightened and sent for a physician. The physician examined Iter and found she had pulmonary tuberculosis (consumption) in the third stagi . Her ease was hopeless because she had let the process go on too long before seeking the proper advice. Had she in the beginning sought her phy sician and took the fresh air, pure food and pure water, with rest and medicine she might have prolonged her life and lived to enjoy many more happy days. Y. M, Co As News The Pullman Porters' Fraternal So ciety began bolding sessions at the Y. M. C. A. ‘Monday morning at 10 o'clock. These sessions will continue throughout the week at the same hour. Dr. George H. Shepardson, evange list, delivered a fine message on last Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock The singing was entrancing. Oscar Miller and William F. S. Yates will sing every Sunday afternoon during these meet ings. l)rv Shepardson is a phyhician and chemist. His sermons arc inter esting and are illustrated by the use of chemicals. Everyone is invited to attend. Come early and get a good seat. Subject for Sunday afternoon, “Life and Eternal Lite." Dr. Shep ardson feels confident that all who at tend this service will be well repaid for coming. In the mixing of the chemicals at this meeting there will be a miniature explosion something dif ferent from methods used by other The City-Wide Clean Up and Garden Campaign begins on Saturday. April V. There will he one concerted effort on the part of schools churches and other agencies to clean tip the alleys, yards and'vacant lots. The W endell Phil-i lips High School will begin by dis-! trilmting advertising matter over an1 area between Van Buren street and I Fifty-fifth -treet and Shields avenue! and Lake Michigan. Mr. Dudley Grant: Hays, superintendent School Exten tion Bureau, will accompany the Y. M. C. A, representatives to the various schools for the purpose of presenting the matter to the school childr^i There will he parades and demonstra tion- in which business enterprises are asked to take part. All who wish to enter floats or vehicles of any de scription are asked to notify Robert F. Tinsley, general activities secretary. The public is invited to hear the Englewood Musical and Dramatic Club who will present a two-act musical operetta and a one-act drama, "The Eyes of the World," Tuesday evening April 12, at 8:15. Music will be ren dered by V'. M. C. A. orchestra. A great deal of preparation has been made by the company to make this the best offering of the season. The ad mission is free. Motion pictures in the lobby every Saturday evening at 8:15. Recent Arrivals. Prof. Sterling N. Brown, Washing ton, D. C.; P. W. Walker, Denver. Colo,: J. S. Lorick, St. Louis. Mo.; E. Brice, Canton, Ohio; H. W. Jame son, Peoria, III.: David Jones. Dayton, Ohio; D. F. Butler, Joliet, lit.; C. W. Rose, New York City. Mundy’s Greater Bethel Choir at Trinity. A grand musical festival given at Trinity, 30th and Prairie Ave. Thurs day, April 14th. Another spring event of note. Mundy’s choir ofjiun dred voices singing classic Negro spirituals, solos and quartettes, etc. It will he a night of musical feasting. Old and young can enjoy themselves with or without the Easter style. Come and forget your worries listen ing to America’s greatest chorus and seeing the greatest choir master. Ad mission 50c. Tickets on sale at Por ter’- Drug Store, 35th and State, and Y. M. C. A., 38th and Wabash Ave. Rev. G. W. Baber, pastor. Postponed. The 2nd Ward Branch of the Woman’s City Club will meet Friday, April 8th, instead of Friday April 1st at the Phyllis Wheatley Home, 3256 Rhodes Avenue, at 2:30 p. m. Mr. Harry De Joannis or the Chicago Boosters will speak. Mrs. Irene Mc Coy Gaines, the newly appointed vice chairman will preside. The public is invited, Elizabeth L. Davis, Chairman, Fannie B. Williams, Secretary. QUINN CHAPEL A. M. E. CHURCH. "The Ku Klux Klan” will he the subject of the sermon to be delivered by the pastor Sunday morning at 10:45 o'clock. I Sunday, April IS, subject: True and False Leaders. A big revival choir has been organ ized and will assist in the services every Sunday night. 1 his church con tinues to feed every day the unem ployed Special noon day services every day. Dr. John A. Grcgfc, president of Wil herforce, Ohio, will preach at Quinn Chapel Sunday, April 24, and will de liver an illustrated lecture on Africa Monday night, April 25. Dr. Gregg has been in Africa and will speak from personal experience, INSTITUTIONAL CHURCH. Additional reports of the auxiliaries greatly augmented the rally fund. Dr. J. M. Henderson preached an excel lent sermon on "Friendship” last Sun day morning. In the evening he spoke on “The Pharisee and Publican." The missionary society met at the parson age Monday evening to., perfect ar rangements for thefr bazaar. The girl's basket ball team played a match game Thursday. The Altar Circle give a ribbon social at the residence of Mrs. Dolly Madison, 420- Bowen avenue, April 12. The Young People’s So ciety presents an excellent program1 April 10 at .5:15 p. m. Dr. Charles K. j Bentley will be the speaker. His sub-j ject, "The Value of Organization.” The ] special musical attractions are Mine, Blanche Dorsey Peyton, Mr. George] Hutchinson, Miss Thelma Dorsey, so loists. and the Ebenezer Choir, Mr. John A. Taylor, director. Quarterly meeting April 17. ST MARKS M. E. CHURCH Wabash Avenue at 50th street. Rev. John W. Robinson, pastor. The fourth quarterly communion was a great meeting. Large crowds attend cd each service. Dr. G. K. Bryant preached at the morning service to the delight of all, while at 3 p in. Rev. Haney delivered a tine sermon and his choir furnished music. Next Sun day the pastor will preach at the morn ing services. Lyceum at 5:15 and Dr. S. Garland Penn will preach at the evening services. In two weeks our pastor will leave for annual con ference. St. Mark is expecting his re turn A r.itc was taken and was unan imous. Next Sutjjlay the trustees are having a rally. Each tnetpher is asked to pay $1.00. THE OLIVET BAPTIST CHURCH The krv, E. K. Williams, D. D., minister. Last Sunday being the first Sunday in the month, the Olivet Church was overflowing long before the time for the services to begin. The pulpit at I hirt)-first strict was filled both morn ing and at night hy the Rev. Dr. Sut ton hi Griggs of Memphis. Tenn. In the morning Dr. Griggs held the vast audience spellbound with ati eloquent sermon on The J est of Fire. At the close of the services the pastor, Dr. Williams and his assistant pastors. Res II B. Hawkins and J. C. Car roll. administered the Lord's Supper to more than five thousand members In the evening the house was crowded again to hear Dr. Griggs preach an other most eloquent sermon on The l ighting Christ. A goodly number of accessions were made during the das. < in I rilay evening, April A, Dr. liriggs will lecture at the church on The Rare Problem. Monday evening, April IK, the Voting Ladies’ Cosmo politan League will present a play cn tttled Not a Man in the House. Ad mission 15 cents. The Kindergarten and the Day N'ur -• r> are both tilled with the children of the community and the church is Mill reaching out and extending its ii-i fulness to every phase of social life. Special service next Sunday at both rhurih homes. All are welcome City Briefs DANCE AT UNITY CLUB There will be a grand Entertain cmnt and Dance at the Unity Club, 3110 Indiana Ave.', Thursday Eve, April 14th, 1921, given by Spartu Lodge, No. 7748, Leah Household of Ruth, 3608 Grand Uited Order of Odd Fellows. Music by famous 8th Regiment Orchestra. There will be Past Grand Master Council of the Chicago Patriots present. Assess ment and admission 00c. Joint Band Concert a Success. The joint Band Concert given by the 1st company of the K. of P’s. and Great Lakes Lodge No. 43, B. P. O. Elks at the K. of P. hall, 35th and Indiana Ave., last Monday night was a brilliant success, being well attended by an appreciative .and enthusiastic audience. The selections rendered by fully sixty musicians showed each and every man to be an accomplished musician and indicated that much preparation had been given to the music for this concert. The Prize Waltz between members from the two orders was ommitted. Director Washington comes in for a large share of praise for his splendid work as conductor of the joint band. Dr. R. A. Williams to Have Printing Press. It is rumored that Dr. R. A. Williams, president of the Royal Cir cle of Friends, and prominent real estate broker of this city, will move the printing plant of his organization which is now in the south to Chicago. Dr. Williams is an excellent organizer and it is believed that if his plant is moved to this city that combinations might be made with the many maga zines and newspapers which do not own their own presses, to patronize his enterprise. Dr. Williams has only been a resident of Chicago for a few years but today he is recognized as one of the most constructive leaders in the city. He is a large property owner and stands well in church and fraternal circles. Facts On Unemployment i By the Urban League) Fifteen hundred tncn and women of our race are out of employment in Chicago today. One thousand arc homeless—sleeping in police stations, pool rooms, hall waj • and other uncomfortable places. Three hundred men and women ap ply at the League offices each day for work. Not more than ten are able to obtain it. t he majority must be sent to free meals and free beds. Relief One hundred and fifty men are given free shelter each night. Three hundred meals are now given free each day. Seventeen thousand two hundred and sixty-one meals have been served since the first of January. Six thousand four hundred and sev enty-three have been given shelter since the first of January. The Urban League, churches and so cial agencies have done this work What have you done to help it along? The I rlian League has been the clearing house and is spending more than $100 a week to carry it on. The League called the other agencies into conference, secured donations of food, the loan of eots and gifts of money, ft has turned over a large part of its office force and a good deal of its build ing space to the work for the unem ployed. Join the League NOW and help make this and other good work possible. Uo No I. A. News By William Duncan Phillips The U. N. I. A. met at Bethel A. M. K. Church. The meeting was a suc cessful one. The U. N. I. A. meets at Mt. Vernon Church at 39th and Dear born street next Sunday. The U. N. I. A. meets Monday,-Wednesday and Thursday. The different departments will entertain you on Tuesday arid fol lowing at .3800 Vincennes avenue at the morning Star Baptist Church. On April 4 to 7 moving picture of Africa and the drawing up the Negro Inde pen dc net*.