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[[underline]] Men of Tomorrow [[/underline]], is a Business and Professional Men's Club

The aim of the organization is to bring about an agressive and Serviceable Citizenship in the Community. The organization with a non-partisan view-point serve as an information center for various organizations in the community. 

Speakers who are specialists in the fields of National and local Government, Political and Religious Education are presented at their weekly noon-day meetings. 

To develop leadership in young Business and Professional mena and women in the community is strongly emphasized. Men and Women who of high school and college level who are in need of assistance to complete their education are given financial assistance. 

Men of Tomorrow express their sincere appreciation for the fine job done by National Council of Negro Women through their "Citizenship Education Project. We sincerely feel the community of San Francisco has been greatly benefitted by their effort. 

By--Charles L. Turner
Executive Secretary 

Transcription Notes:
Three spelling errors appeared in the text and were transcribed as shown in their incorrect form. In par. 2, aggressive was spelled as "agressive." In Par. 4, "men" was spelled as "mena." In Par. 5, benefited was spelled as "benefitted."

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