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VOLUME LXXIV



JANUARY 1938 DECEMBER 1938



SURVEY ASSOCIATES, INC.

112 EAST 19TH STREET

NEW YORK CITY



Index

VOLUME LXXIV
January 1938 December 1938

The material in this index is arranged under authors and subjects and
in a few cases under titles. Anonymous articles and paragraphs are
entered under their subject. The precise wording of titles has not been
retained where abbreviation or paraphrase has seemed more desirable






Abortion, 104

Adams, Elizabeth, death, 296

A'Mams, Jane, 147

Adie. 0. C., 133. 228. 233

Social work and public service, 234
\\h..sc job is what?, 155
Adolescent boys, 363
-cent court, 364
-cents. 298
Adoptions. 242
Adult education, 94, 118
Federal funds for, 207
Adult offenders, 231

' and plans, 269

Agricultural Missions Foundation, 244
Akron, Ohio, relief, 342
Alabama, compensation, 83
Illiteracy. 53
Relief. 342

Alberty and Bode's Educational Free-
dom and Democracy, 270
:.ilism. 246, 350
-on, W. Va., 87
Airy, Marion, A juvenile court eels its

face lifted, 375
Alinsky, S. D.. 231
Allegheny County. Pa., 115
Allport's Personality, 92
Allport, Murphy and May's Memoran
dum on Research in Comjtetitioii
and Cooperation, 29
Almshouses, poorhouse persists, 76
Transition, 321

,. h, C. H. (letter). 218
Portrait and note, 160
Altmeyer, A. J. (letter), 361

Portrait in group, 258
American Association of Schools of

Social Work, 313, 378
American Association of Social Work-
ers, 235, 260, 317
Changes, 360
On governmental employment, etc.,

198

American Civil Liberties Union, re-
port, 286

American Hospital Association, -VJ4
American Medical Association, 7 l >, 238,

286. 287

Facing ahead. 318
Plan. 47

American Prison Association, 354
American Public Health Association,

351
American Public Welfare Association,

296

Report on medical care. 267
American Student Union, .vl
American Youth Commission, 117

: icans, 175
Ami Ion. Beulah, 159. 361

Ohio and old age assistance, 315
Old Age Reserve. 283
Women and children last, 38
Working girl's budget, 3
Anderson, H. K., portrait and note, 161
Anderson s The Right to Work. 330

rcws, E. F., 3, 20, 287, 355
AntiKonish, meeting at, 287
Apprentices, Wisconsin, 209
Ark of Professional Standards, 145
Arkansas, civil service. 207

Old age assistance, 241
Arlitt's The Adolescent, 298
Armstrong, G. V. (letter), 123
Arthritis, 293
A UP, 208, 393

Association of Junior Leagues of Amer-
ica. 74

Atkinson, M. I., portrait and note, 161
Atkinson, R. K., 268
Atbnta, C,a., 295

Relief, 341

Atwatcr, Pierce, 233, 235
Automobile accidents, 357



B

Rabies, 38

Bailey. Miss, 45, 169, 282
Open letter to, 308

ild she say?, 218

Baker. A. N., In and out of school, 201
Baker, H. C., 133, 360

As Gladys Mahoney, 274 (ill.), 275
Things we do together, J65
Baker, H. H., 147
Baker, Jacob, 230
Baker, N. I)., 101, 102
Balderstoii's Profit Sharing for \\age

Earners, 303
Baltimore, children, 242
Health survey, 267
Relief. 240, 341
Travelers Aid, 244
Bancroft, F. C., 230
Bane, Frank, in the public service (with

portrait), 344
Portrait in group, 258
Barnett, R. C. (letter), 58
Bascom, Lelia (letter), 27
Bassett's The Master Plan, 332
Bates, Sanford, 156, 157. 228

Letter to Billy Cogswell on crime

prevention. 109
Prisons and beyond, 231
Beard, D. C., 216
Beard's A History of the Business

Man, 219

Beauty-shop wages, 207
Becher, J. T., 279, 281
Beck, R. E., 265
Beckelman, Moses, 234
Beer's The Day Nursery, 334
Behavior. 363, 364
Beisser, P. T., 90
Benefits, relief and, 210
Bentlcy, Henry, death, 394
Bertram, J. M., 228
Bertram s l-'irst Act in China, 94
Best, Harry (letter), 123
Better Care for Mothers and Babies,

Conference on, 38
Better Times (magazine), 269
Bibles, 244

Bigge, G. F... portrait in group, 258
Biggers, J. D., 35
Birmingham. Ala., relief, 342
Birth control, 113, 390
Massachusetts, 390
Negroes, 390
Birth seasons, 252
Bisno's Tomorrow i Bread, 332
Bittermann's State and Federal Grants

in-Aid, 255

Bizzell, W. B., 313. 378, 379
Blackmail, Elinor, 317
Blaine, J. G., New York start! central

financing, 67

Blindness, 246, 295. 395 .
Children, 394
Needy blind. 383
San Francisco, 393
Bliss, P. S. (letter), 123
Blood banks, 357
Blood transfusions, 326
Bloomfield. Meyer, death, 122
Boards, 366

Board member soul searching, 74
Board members and, 41
Executive and, 12
Boas, E. P., The unseen plague of

chronic sickness, 376
Bondfield, Margaret, 228, 230

Portrait in group, 226
Bonnie Brae Farm, 212
Books, child welfare, 143
Crime, 156
Delinquency, 157
Family case work, 144
Group work, 167
Industrial relations, 141
Mental hygiene, 171



Public health, 163

Public health nursing, 186

Public welfare, 139

Recreation. 166

Reviews, 28, 60, 92, 124, 219, 252,

270, 298, 330, 363, 395
Settlements, 153
Short reviews, 31, 256, 272, 304, 335

368, 399

Social security, 159
Vocational guidance, 174
Boondoggling, 198
Bossard s Social Change and Social

Problems, 127

Boston, aid to children, 352
Family Welfare Association, 56
Health efforts, 214
Hospitals. 246
Moors House, 249
Notes, 91
Relief, 340

Summer laboratory, 20
Unemployment compensation, 389
Boston College School of Social Work,

268
Bowles, D. S.. comment on Mrs. I'ar-

low's article, 183
Box Car Bertha, 94
Boy Scouts, 222

Retirement plan, 120
Boys, 329

Boys' clubs, room, 8s
Brace, C. L., death, 217
Bradbury's The Cost of Adequate

Medical Care, 332
Braucher, H. S., 166
Brenner, Victor, medal by, for Na-
tional Conference in 1898 (ill.),
168
Brill and Payne's The Adolescent Court

and Crime Prevention, 364
Britain, industrial insurance, 61
Labor, 298

Report on health services, 220
Servants, 52

British Health Services, Report. 220
Bromley and Britten's Youth and Sex,

Brooklyn, N. Y., Bureau of Charities,
216

Red Hook project, 3D

Sickness insurance, 325
Brooks and Others' Manual for South-
ern Regions, 254
Brown, Dorothy, comment on Mrs.

Farlow's article, 185
Brown, I. Douglas (letter), 361
Brown, Josephine C., 233

In-service training for public wel-
fare, 310, 347

Portrait and note. 1M
Brownlee, Aleta, portrait and note, 160
Brunner and Lorge's Rural Trends in

Depression Years, 94
Bruno. F. J., 56

Bryn Mawr Fund, arthritis study, 293
Buckingham Community, 49
Buckstein's Eat and Keep Fit, 398
Budgets in the air (cartoon), 2
BuelT, Bradley, 235
Buffalo, N. Y., National Conference,
237, 359

Relief, 341
Burns, A. E., 80
Burns, A. T., 146

Comment on Mrs. Farlow's article,
182

Twenty-five years of growing, 101
Burritt, B. B., 393
Business, 331

Relief and, 386
Business men, 219
Business recession, 196
Byrne, H. A., 281
Byrnes Committee, 35

Preliminary report, 197



Cafeteria chain, 245
California, 242

Birthrate, 327

Census of social workers, 295

Curb for unions, 355

Elusive money, 321

Flood echoes, 218

Medical insurance, 357

Notes, 24

Pensions, 115. 384

Thirty dollars every Thursday. 289
California, University of, governmental

research, 24
Campbell, H. G., 209
Canada, unemployment insurance bill,

Canadian Conference of Social Work,

237
Cancer, 358, 392

State interest, 327
Carleton, Will, 76, 77
Carlgrcn, C. R., 312
Cartwright, Morse, 207
Case work, 233, 234, 254

Group work and, 245

Publications, 56, 269
Case workers, 361
Cassidy, H. M., 237
Category relief, 5
Cavan and Ranck's The 1-aniily and

the Depression, 334
Chadwick, Edwin, 280
Chain gangs, 116
Chakin, J. B. (letter), 58 _
Chambers' The Conquest of Cholera,

299

Chappell, R. A., 231
Chapin, F. S., 378, 379
Charity (verse), 72
Charlotte, N. C., 210
Chase, Stuart, 345
Chclgrcne, M. M. (letter), 27
Chests and Councils, 23
Chicago, case work and group work,

Commercial recreation, .295

Council of Social Agencies, 165

Hospital dropped from approved list,
391

Institute for Psychoanalysis, 119

New plant, 217

News Letter, 166

Recreation study, S3

Relief, 17, 114, 194 (ill.), 195, 196,
266, 323, 343

Relief Council report, 8(

Relief efficiency test, 290

Syphilis problem, 22

Unattached women on relief, 281

Venereal clinical reporing, 3s7
Chicago. University of. 25
Chickcrmg, Martlia, 233
Child Health Day, 119
Child labor, 15

States and, 322

Child Study Association, 212, 296, 384
Child welfare, 84, 212, 242. 292

Books, 143

Legislation, 352

Material for use, 85

News notes, 84, 212

Publications, 242

State and, 261

Training workers for service, 215
Child Welfare League, 236
Childbirth, 246
Children, 236, 352, 384

Clothing for, 324

Crippled, 267, 352

Deafness. 212. 213

Dental clinics, New York, 324

Dependent, 373

Exceptional, 292

Handicapped, 88

Indiana, placements, 115



IV



Index



Negro, 352

Publications about, 352
Children's courts, 213

A juvenile court gets its face lifted,

375
China, 94, 300, 359

Aid for, 47
Cholera, 299
Christmas seals, 358
Church pensions, 25
Churches, 363, 366

Social work and, 24, 244
Chute, C. L. (letter), 58
Cigar industry, 86
Cincinnati, relief, 17, 342

Social VVorkers Club, 282
Circus, unions and, 290
Cities. See Urban areas
Citizen committees, 116
Citizen service, 119
Citizen's Committee, National, 23
Civil liberties, 286
Civil service, 90, 238

Arkansas, 207

Reform slogan, 296

States and the merit system, 51
Civil Works Administration, 70

Earnings under (graph), 82
CCC, boy s eye view, 215

For 1938, 18

Public approval, 215

Report, 214

Study. 85

Civilized, being, 27
Claghorn, Kate Holladay, death, 122
Clague, Ewan, 133, 211

Insurances and social work, 158

Portrait in group, 226
Clark's Life Earnings, etc., 219
Clean Up, the (skit), 274 (ill.), 275
Clergymen, 300

Information for, 296

Social work and. 124
Cleveland, 290

Children, 238

Church social work, 24

Community chest origin, 101

Community Fund, 24

Relief, 194 (ill.), 195, 196, 240, 342

Sickness insurance, 325
Clients, changed character, 142
Close, Kathryn, Oh, those nurses!, 102

"Oh, those social workers!", 73

Women alone, 281
Clothing, surplus, 239

WPA purchase, 266
Cochran, E. T., 360
Cogswell, Billy, 108
Colcord, J. C., 5

Porter Lee, social work philosopher,

382

College graduates, employment chances,
267

Judgments on their education, 85
College students, health survey, 210
Colleges, influence of a college educa-
tion, 267

Salaries, 85
Colorado, 144, 265, 289, 387

Aged, 50

Dependents, 115

Old age assistance and relief, 211,

241, 289, 321

Columbia University, College of Physi-
cians and Surgeons, 393
Coming events, 25, 56, 89, 121, 216,

247, 269, 295 -
Common welfare, 15, 47, 78, 112, 206,

238, 265, 286, 318, 350, 384
Common's Seven Shifts, 331
Commonwealth Fund, 87
Community chests, 23, 358

Changes, 122

Personals, 328

Twenty-five years of growing, 101
Community Chests and Councils, 235
Community organization, 165, 235
Community roots, 41
Compensation, 83, 118, 210, 292, 324,
553

Administration, 210

Administration, New York, 292

Arizona, 324

Convict's claim, 325

Deficiency appropriation, 243

Delinquents, 243

Drop in benefits, 353

First figures, 83

Interstate agreement, 242

Labor disputes, 243

Lawsuit, 354

Multi-state claims, 324

Payments, 353

Railroaders, 383

Record and report, 292

Relief and, 208, 324

Rulings, 83, 210

Studies in process, 324

Undeliverable checks, 353
Competitive-cooperative habits, 29
Compton, A. H., 267
Confectionery industry, 386
Connecticut, compensation, 118, 210

Social welfare laws, 294

Unemployment insurance law, 292
Consumers, 363
Contraceptives, 246
Contributions, 358



Cook, K. M., 292
Cook County, 111., 81, 87
Cook County Hospital, 391
Cooperation, in government, 255

Maritime Provinces, 287
Cooperative Book Club, 246
Cooperative Health (magazine), 293
Cooperative League Institute, 245
Cooperatives, 125, 245

Study of, 288

Survivors' benefits, 371



,

Corspn, J. T. (letter), 361
Costigan, Howard, 9



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Cotton pickers, mechanical, 355
Cougar Club, 110
Council of Interstate Migration, 358
Council of State Governments, 344
County commissioners, 345
County workers, 345

See also Rural social workers
Courts, Brooklyn, self-discipline, 390
Coyle, G. L., 167, 237

Portrait, 226

Crandall, Ella P., death, 394
Crime. 87, 213, 231, 291, 303, 390, 399

Books, 156

Causes of juvenile, 220

Citizen's study, 390

Literature, 87

Punishment, old style, 291
Crime prevention, Georgia, 116

Letters on, 108

New York City, 117

News notes, 117
Criminals, 40
Crippled children, 352

New York City, 267
Curry, H. Ida, 249
Curtis and Townshend's Modern
Money, 333

D

Dabney, M. K., comment on Mrs. Far-
low's article, 189
Daniels, F. I., 216
Davey, Governor, 15, 315, 350
Davies, S. P., 202

Davis, E. K., comment on Mrs. Far-
low's article, 186
Davis, M. E., 39

Davis, N. H., as Red Cross chief, 206
Davis, Sylvia, 354
Day nurseries, 212, 334
Dayton, Ohio, relief, 342
Deafness, children, 212, 213
Death rate, 326

Deaths, 91, 122, 217, 296, 328, 394
Defense, national, 383
Delaware, public welfare, 242
Delinquency, 117, 213

Books. 157

Juvenile, trend in 1937, 390



Juvenile, trend in
New Jersey, 277
Schools and, 390



Deming, Dorothy, 186

Deming's Penny Marsh, Public Health

Nurse, 364
Democracy, 228, 229, 365

In social work, 27
Dental care, Detroit, 213
Dental clinics, 324
Dental research, 21
Dental trailers, 21
Denver, medical service, 326
Denver, University of, 24, 267
Dependent children, 373
Depression, 145

Studies in the social aspects of, thir-
teen volumes reviewed, 28
Depression, Recovery, and Higher Edu-
cation, 92

Derrick, Calvin, death, 394
Des Moines, relief, 343
Detroit, 289

Church social work, 24

Dental care, 213

Relief, 342

Volunteers, 268
Deutsch's The Mentally 111 in America,

219

Devine, E. T., 148

Dewson, M. \V., portrait in group, 258
Diabetes, 293
Diabetes Association, 88
Dictionary, 94
Diet, 398

Dietz's Medical Magic, 254
Dimock's Rediscovering the Adolescent,

363

Diphtheria, 293
Disney, Walt, 269

District of Columbia, medical battle,
286

Relief, 208

Unemployment compensation, 292

Volunteers, 268
Doctors, 222

Personals, 57
Doe, Mary (letter), 361
Downey's Disaster Fighters, 398
Drama, 301
Dublin and Lotka's Twenty-Five Years

of Health Progress, 62
Duke University, 24
Dull's Safety First and Last, 330
Dunham, Arthur, Placement for social

workers, 317
Dunn, L. F., 57



Dunne, T. M., 229

Dutton, C. J., A parole officer's day, 7

Dykstra, C. A., 314



Earnings in various occupations, 219
Eastman's Ten One- Act Plays, 301
Eby, E. H., 231
Edmonds, T. J., 230
Education, 53, 85, 117, 268, 270, 288,
325, 330, 354, 388

Federal aid, 209

Home life hindrances, 288

New ways and old, 389

Policies, 117

Population changes and, 84

Radio broadcasts, 53

Record and report, 118

Youth and, 201, 209
Educational Policies Commission, 117
Educators, 248, 328, 360
Elections, 26, 55, 91
Eliot, T. D., 133, 218 (letter)

And it came to pass, 145
El Paso County, Tex., 117
Emerson, Haven, 163
Employability, 100
Employers, delinquent, 292
Employment, college graduates, chances,
267

Literature, 87

Older persons, 86

Record and report, 291
Employment services, relief and, Wis-
consin, 263
England, Poor Law of 1834 and Poor

Law Commission, 279
English language, aged learners, 288
Epstein, Abraham, 19, 285
Ernst, C. F., 133, 233, 237

Clients aren't what they used to be,
142

Portrait in group, 226
Eulenburg-Wiener's Fearfully and

Wonderfully Made, 397
Evans, Mrs. Glendower, 16
Everett, Roy, 9
Examiner, education of an examiner,

105

Executive, the necessary, 12
Eyesight, 246

F

Falconer, D. P., 66 (portrait), 69
Family case work, books, 144
Family responsibility, 211
Family Welfare Association, 359
Farlow, Margaret, 133

Just an innocent bystander, 177

Oh come now, Mrs. Farlow, 180
Farmers, 345
Farming, part time, 18
Fechner, Robert, 214
Feder, Leah, 234

Federal Council of Churches, confer-
ence tours, 120
FERA, 138

Conflicts, 139

Federal theater project, 295
Fellowships, 249

YWCA, 268
Finance, New York City, 67

Waning support for social work, 177
Fingerprinting, 207
Fischer's Searchlight, 127
Fisher, Jacob, 235

Fitch, J. A., reply to Miss Talbot (let-
ter), 329

Security in social work, 259
Fitzsimons, Ruth, 227

Portrait and note, 161

Portrait in group, 226
Planner, P. D., 264
Flaxman, C. B. (letter), 58

Nineteen thirty eight, 261
Flint, Mich., 209
Flood echoes, 218
Florida, aid by quota, 82

Medical plan, 293

Merit system, 292

Relief, 341

Folks, Homer, 149, 236
Forms, 115

Forums, New York State, 85
Fosdick, R. B., 113
Foster, J. H., death, 217
Foster homes, Jewish children, 212
Foundations, 23, 88, 296
Francis, Richard, 235
Frankel, L. K., The twilight of indus-
trial life insurance, 204
Frankfurter, Felix, 216
Freed, A. S., 49

Funk and Wagnalls . . . Dictionary
for American Youth, 94

G

Gardiner's How You Can Get a Job,

304

Geddes, A. E., 80
General Education Board, 325

Liberalized provisions affecting en-
dowments, 113

General Motors, wage stabilization, 386
George's The Adult-Minor, 61
Georgia, 393

Chain gangs, 116

Children, 84



County welfare, 242
Geriatrics, 16
Gerlach, E. M., 231

Portrait in group, 236
German emigres, 111
Gibbons, M. L., portrait and note, 160,

353

Gifford, W. S., 216
Gifts, 88, 358

Hard times, 265
Gillin, John. 314
Gilmartin, H. L. (letter), 123
Girl Scouts, 244

Gift to a New Jersey Council, 85
Girls, New York City, jobs, 299

Self-interest appeal, 116
Glassberg, Benjamin, portrait and note,

160-161

Glucksman, H. L., death, 91
Glueck, E. T., letter to Billy Cogswell

on crime prevention, 108
God, concept of, 221
Good causes, 244
Goudy, E. R., 229
Government, cooperation in, 255
Grandparents, 211
Graves, Henry, 85
Grayson, Admiral C. T., death, 79
Greater New York Fund, Inc., 67

Leaders, 69
Greenhills, 245
Greenwich House, 98
Grimm, Peter, 114
Group adjustment, 396
Group Health Association, 113, 286,

287

Group medicine, 326, 392
Group work, 234, 245, 366

Books, 167

Groves's The American Woman, 124
Guild, J. P. (letter), 362
Guinea pig children, 30

H

Haber, William, 133

Social work and politics, 138
Habits of human association, 29
Haggard, Howard, 214
Hague, Frank, 58

Halbert, Blanche, Cousins indeed, 10
Hale, R. W., Jr., It has happened be-
fore, 279

Haley, J. J., Jr., 325
Hall, Helen, 133, 234

Social action and social workers, ID
Hamilton, Gordon, 5
Hamilton's Price and Price Policies,

330

Hansen, A. L., death, 217
Hard of Hearing Society, 212
Hard times, 215, 265
Hardy, A. F., 229
Harkness, Edward, 87
Harlem, course for teachers, 354

Jobs for Negroes, 290
Harrington's A Biological Approach to
the Problem of Abnormal Be-
havior, 364
Harrison and Grant's Youth in the

Toils, 270

Hartford, Conn., 295
Hart's An Introduction to the Social

Studies, 92
Hartwell, S. W., 231
Harvard University, 90

Public Administration school, 4!

Study of normal young men, 354
Harvie, R. H., Board member soul

searching, 74

Hathway, Marion, 215, 379
Havey, F. L. (letter), 329
Havey, I. M., death, 328
Hawaii, University of, 270
Hayden, Audrey, as Mrs. O Hara, 274

(ill.), 275
Hayes, Cardinal P. J., portrait and

note, 319
Health, 54, 398

International, 22

Measuring rod for community ser-
vices, 294

Mobile exhibits, 123

National Inventory, 162

Old notions, 326

Religion and, 121

Students, 210
Health insurance, 356, 375

New York City high school, 267

Polls on, 246
Health officers, 21
Healy's Personality in Formation and

Action, 298
Heart disease, broadcast, 119

Rheumatic, 214
Henderson, D. K., 121
Hendry, C. R., 234, 235
Henry Street visiting nurses, 212
Heron, Alexander, 228
Hewitt, Ann Cooper, case of, 204
Highschools, 16
Hillyer, Cecile, 281
Hines, A. B., letter to Billy Cogswell

on crime prevention, 109
Hirsch's Dynamic Causes of Juvenile

Crime, 220
Hitler, 111
Hodson, William, 387

Portrait and note, 161



Index



Fbe put is prologue." 99
K . 139. 229, 242
> 1 M.. portrait and not
[man. H. (... 82

Sidner. 133,

Is iti nose. 173
c ) \V., 104
Be, education and, 288
an, aged in, 115
ity. plain man's way, 78
vfjrees. 248

. 296

Edgar, 207

i'rrsons in Hiding. 303
; L., 70, 28( ..



Jewi!
Job r
Job':



[ewish social work, 393
' ' refusals. 198

,,,i. 304, 396

ing joins relief, 263

Married women, 118



Lie detector. 213, 364
I.ieberman's New Trends

Work, 366
Lincoln, Xeh.. relief. 343



Mental health, 119, 364
Group Mental hygiene, 332
Books, 171



E WPA, 239

.in and note, 160-161
ooks forward, 195
Health and a Day, 398

^^^workers, movie censorship, 210
Hospital for Joint Diseases, 327
Mpital insurance, 356
^KK 87, .tjr, 391
E Boston. 246

Care insurance plans. 214. 391

. 327

,:itinued WPA workers, 327
care, 163
Greater New York Council. .V'l

ics in "You and ^our Hos-

" 391

ics. United States, 391
Mnebold employment, 363
Bouses, The 1938 Book of Small, 221
Eosing. 49. 395, 396

ns' Housing Council ot .New

, 11-'

. rence of officials, 350
uies in, 319
r and. 322
cement, 49
- plan, 384
Private, 48
Rent control, 49
Survey tour, 120

Yearbook, 93 - - ,

Houston, H. M., portrait and note, 160 Key s
Howard, D. S., 235
Rbbard. L. W., death, 328
Hudson, C. M., 375

Guild Farm, 389
Human beings, 397

L-ton's Seasons of Birth, 2i2
. R. G., 233. 259



.! .11 1 ICM " WW >'i

57, 91, 122
School and, relation, 201

. 290, 321,355. 386

Johnson. Alexander, 146

Johnson, James Weldon, death. 239

'lohnson. William I'., death. 3'M Lorton Reformatory, 11

Johnson's The Negro College C.raduate, Los Angeles, Cal., 289

Relief. 344

Inint Vocational Service. 317 Volunteers. 268

lones, Faith, portrait and note. 160 Los Angeles County, 11

"lones, Perrie. 31.! Cost of a prisoner. 292

lones, Thomas Jesse, 244

lourn.il of Social Work Process. 254

Junior Leagues of America. 89, 268

Activities, 120 jwm.....-, - j-, ^

Association of, 74 City Hospital, 327

Junior Republics, 61 Down a shabby street, 13

Juvenile courts. See Children's courts Relief, 342

Juvenile delinquency, 270




1.OS .-\ngeics *_uumj, ii

t of a nrisoner, 29
Louisiana, illiteracy, 53
Minimum wage, 355
Louisiana Slate University, 3'.
Louisville, Ky., Assistance, 208

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Kahn. I). C.. portrait and note, 161

( ase of. 320
Kansas, 235, 245, 266

Social work, 345, 346
Kansas City, Kan., 245
Kansas City, Mo., 388

Relief, 343



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Lowenstein, Solomon, 227, 228

Portrait, 226

Test of American democracy, 229
I oyola University School of Social

Work, 268
Loysen, M. O.. 394
Lunacy boards, 87
I.urie, H. L., 5
Lyons, L. M., portrait and note, 160

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Relief, 343 . Lysing's Men Against Crime, 399

Kawin s The Wise Choice of Toys, 2S6
Kay. J. P, 281 M



Keeping's Education in Pacific Coun-
tries, 270

Keliher's Life and Growth, 35
Kelley, Florence, 136, 137 (portrait)



Years a Country



Paul 228 237 250
AM we find ourselves, 135
Margaret liondfield, 230
On growing up, 236
Portrait in group, 226
Kentucky, dental trailers, 21

Unique law, 123
Kepecs, Jacob, 236

The Administration of



Grants to States, 124
King, Clarence, Community roo

Necessary executive, the. 12
King's Social Agency Boards, 366
Kingsbury, J. A.. 228
':, Mary van, 151



Macartney's Fifty

Doctor, 222
Mel onnetl, F. J., 304
MacCormick, A. II., 116, 117
Dead end penology, 40
Letter to Billy Cogswell on crime

prevention, 108
1'ortrait and note, 354
Mi-Gill University, 360
McGlothlan, A. I'., comment on Mrs.
Farlow's article, 187

K,H,ral McGregor. T. W., 269
lederal M h Y w , 48 , 21 6

... 4l Mack, R. D., portrait in group, 236
""' 4 ' Mackenzie, Elizabeth, 294

McNair and Lewis' Business and Mod
ern Society, 331



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Obstetrical consultant service, 392

Old age assistance. 211

Unemployment, reciprocal agree-
ments, 18

WPA jobs (cartoon), 2
Migration, 358
Milk, 152, 153
Miller, Frank, death, 394
Miller, Frieda, 3, 287
Miller. Justin, 204 .

Miller and others' Milestones in Me<lt

cine, 271
Milwaukee, 289. 290

Hospitals, 327

Relief, 343



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