MRS. ROOSEVELT VISITS NYA PROJECT WHILE IN CITY Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, wife of the President of the United States, and one of the outstanding women of the world was in Louisville last week, and was the most honored guest of the N.Y.A. Project located in the Dunbar School, Tuesday, October 4. Mrs. Roosevelt's visit was made possible through Robert K. Salyers, State Director of the N.Y.A. Included in the party were Allen Commack, W. Edmond Baxter of N.Y.A., Mr. and Mrs. Barry Bingham and Mr. G. H. Goodman. Mrs. Roosevelt was greatly impressed with the splendid work of the youths. She made comments on the hand work on the children's garments. Miss Lottie Vivian Rhodes, the N.Y.A. supervisor was given much credit for training the youths in such useful work. Mrs. Jessie T. Scott, Russell Lee and Stewart Johnson are also among the supervisors. After leaving the N.Y.A. Project, Mrs. Roosevelt visited the W.P.A. Project in the same building and also greeted the children and faculty of the Dunbar School as they assembled in the yard.
Mrs. Abbie Jackson left Monday for Washington, Penn., for the Allegheny Annual Conference of the A. M. E. Zion Church.