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[[underlined]]SUMMARY OF MAJOR ACTIVITIES[[underlined]] (contd)

4. Men of Tomorrow composed of leading business and professional men held their regular noonday meeting at Project Headquarters, Thursday, November 8. Discussant-- pros and cons, City Propositions and issues, and political forum.

5. A luncheon at Booker T. Washington Hotel for Project Advisory Committee on Thursday, November 15. (Discussant: Republica and Democratic Policy)

6. On Sunday, November 28, National Council of Negro Women and Volunteers sponsored their "Meet the Candidate" program at Project Headquarters--a huge gathering. Many prominent candidates attending -- each was allowed eight minutes for presentation speeches.

7. Twenty-five or more volunteers organized a "House to House" Canvass on Monday evening, November 5, urging persons to go to the polls and cast their votes the following day.

8. Junior Council organized a "Telephone Unit" at Project Headquarters urging many citizens to not neglect casting their votes. They also secured "play pens", baby chairs, and toidys, setting up a complete "Babysitter Unit."


Training classes for voters...10
House to house Canvass...3
Public Meetings...8
Special Meetings at Homes and Clubs...12
Speakers Supplied by Project for Church Meetings...13


Estimated number of persons contacted, by mail--Meetings 15,000

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