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 - CONFERENCE Is To Open. Today For Leaders Of...
CONFERENCE Is To Open. Today For Leaders Of Good Will Industries. Staff Members From Three States Attend Session At Fresh Air Farm. Twenty-five Twenty-five Twenty-five staff executives of Good Will Industries units in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana will hold a regional conference today and to morrow on current problems re lated to the welfare enterprises they operate. The sessions, to be held at the Good Will Fresh Air Farm, North Bend, will be under the general direction direction of Rev. Frank M. Baker, Cleveland, Regional Secretary. Dr. Richard E. Scully, Executive Secretary, Secretary, Cincinnati Good Will Industries, Industries, will have charge of local arrangements. arrangements. Mrs. Ruth Kyte, Cleveland, will present the first topic, "Case Work and Rehabilitation," at 8:30 o'clock this morning. The discussion will be led by Mrs. Mark Jenkins, Cincinnati Cincinnati case worker. The problem 'I of federating smaller Good Will units will be considered at the next session, at which Rev. Gerald Clore, Hammond, Ind., and Rev. Theodore Grob, Terra Haute, Ind., will preside. preside. Rev. Lyle O. 7 k, Toledo, Ohio, will have charge of a forum on current problems at 11:30 o'clock. Next will come an analysis of "Salvage "Salvage Probl ms," by Warren M. Baker, Cleveland. J. T. Brannon, business manager of Cincinnati Good Will Industries, will lead the discussion. After a visit to Good Will head quarters at Ninth Street and Free man Avenue and a trip through the area inundated in the flood, the delegates will reassemble at the farm for dinner and an open discussion of problems associated wun me rising cost or labor and materials. Sessions planned for tomorrow morning are to include a forum under the leadership of Eric W. Gibberd. The subject will be "How Good Will Industries Can Cooperate in Social Planning. Cooperative buying and selling is to be the last topic. The conference will be adjourned at noon tomorrow. Delegates arriving early last night attended a religious play, The Bishop's Candlesticks," pre sented at Trinity M. E. Church by tne Madisonville Stagers. ABANDONMENT Of Silver Purchase Program Is Urged In Resolution Of Econo mists Monetary Policy, Group. New York, June 13 (UP) A

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer14 Jun 1937, MonPage 3

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)14 Jun 1937, MonPage 3
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