Coming: Apr. 14, 1930

National Affairs

April 14-19—First National Flood Control & Navigation Congress & Exposition; at Mid-South Fair Grounds, Memphis, Tenn.

April 16-18—Third Fact-Finding Conference on the American Negro; at Durham, N. C. Presiding officer: Dr. James Edward Shepard, president of North Carolina College for Negroes.

April 19—Address to American Society of Newspaper Editors by President Hoover; at Willard Hotel, Washington, D. C.

April 20—First cadet dress parade of 1930 at the U. S. Military Academy, West Point, N. Y.

April 20—Arrival of "the Japanese people's envoys" (four young women representatives) to U. S. Purpose of visit:...

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