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Metropolitan news. (Chicago, Ill.) 1935-19??, October 24, 1936, Image 1

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First Year No. 46 3453-r>-7 So. Michigan Ave. CHICAGO, ILL., hAlUKUAl, UC1. Z4, 11Mb CALUMET 6563 By N. K. McGll.h
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On Tuesday mornng an imposing delegation from the
Roosevelt Crusaders, an organization sponsored by the Met
ropolitan News, called on Mayor Edward J. Kelly at the
City Hall, and presented him with a resolution pledging their
support for the re-election of President Roosevelt. The del
egation consisted of Mrs. Eleanor C. Dailey, Mrs. Beatrice
H. McGill Mrs. Helen Brown, Mrs. Marguerite Hunter, Mrs.
Zephyrnn Abrams, Mrs. Ruby Carter, Dr. Clifford Doyle.
Atty. Oscar Brown, Atty. Wm. Brown, Atty. Cleveland L.
; Longmire, Atty. Richard E. Westbrooks and Anthony Over
ton along with Committeeman Edward M. Sneed, K. A. Bris
tol, publicity director and John A. Lewis, district organizer.
Mr. Sneed, in introducing the delegation to the Mayor
presented Atty. Oscar Brown, who said: (Cont. on page 4).
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