lected at a joint meeting of the Board, of Directors and District Presi-
dents, held in Louisville in October. Plans for departmental programs
will be worked out by Departmental Chairmen and members of the
Board of Directors at a joint meeting scheduled to be held in Decem-
ber for this purpose. The program for general sessions will also be
outlined at this conference, in order that the general departmental
phases may be integrated.
This plan of program making, suggested by President Goodlee
and approved by the directors and district presidents who were in at-
tendance at the Louisville meeting, should result in a series of profit-
able group and general sessions in April.
K. N. E. A. WORKSHOP
Elsewhere in this issue is an article by Prof. H. R. Merry, prin-
cipal of the Lincoln-Grant School, of Covington, and president of the
Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools for Negroes, suggest-
ing that the workshop idea, now becoming popular with many educa-
tors, be used to some extent at our next session. Your comments on
the suggestion are invited. Space in the next issue of the Journal will
bd reserved for any sent this office by January 15th.
The Domestic Life And
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OVER $2,000,000 PAID TO POLICYHOLDERS
OVER 500,000 POLICYHOLDERS RESERVE
OVER 200,000 SURPLUS TO POLICYHOLDERS
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Your Sons and Daughters
HOME OFFICE - LOUISVILLE. KY.
W. L. SANDERS, President J. E. SMITH, Vice President
R. D. TERRY, Secretary and Agency Director
C. W. SNYDER, M. D., CLARENCE YOUNG,
Medical Director Treasurer