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(Jewish) with experience in dealing with
varied types of children, psychiatric train-
ing preferred, for special work in child
placing agency. Apply Jewish Children's
Society, 205 W. Lombard St., Baltimore,
Md.

WANTED: Man with executive ability
as assistant superintendent at an Ohio boys'
training farm school. Married man with-
out family and with previous teaching ex-
perience preferred. Box 5925.



WORKERS WANTED

WANTED: Assistant headworker for
New York settlement house. State quali-
fications. 5921 SURVEY.

WANTED: Trained and experienced
Visiting Housekeeper or Domestic Science
Worker, who understands and speaks
Yiddish. To work with Family Case Work
Agency. Communicate with Lenore Gold-
man Levin, No. 222 Insurance Exchange
Building, Los Angeles, California.

DIRECTOR of Girls' work required by
the University Settlement. Apply with
particulars to the head worker, 184 El-
dridge Street, New York.

WANTED: A Supervisor familiar with
school health work and with training and
experience in clinics, to be responsible for
the carrying on of a Child Health Demon-
stration of several months duration, eval-
uating the results and drafting the report.
Administrative experience necessary, sal-
ary from $200 to $300 a month. Kindly
send complete information in first letter to
Charles S. Prest, M. D., Secretary, Brook-
lyn Tuberculosis and Health Association,
293 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.



WANTED: National Secretary for a
National Jewish Child-caring Institution.
Previous experience preferred. For par-
ticulars, address P. O. Box 478, Denver,
Colorado.



WANTED: Director of settlement activ-
ities in large Jewish organization. 5944
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East. $2,000.
Caie work supervisor, Women and

Girls Protective assn., Eat. $2,400.
Exec, secy., Child Welfare society,

Mid-West. $2,000.
Case workers (2), medical social

service, East. $1,600-$!, 800.
Case worker* (19), Family Welfare,

Eat, South, Mid- West. $1,300-

$1,800.
Visiting housekeeper, (knowledge of

Yiddish), for co*t of living studies,

We.t. $1,800-$2,100.
County field worker, Child Welfare,

Mid-Wet. $1,800.
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East. $2,000-$2,400.
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and dramatics, in Settlement* and

Community Center*, East and Mid-
West. $1,560-$2,000.

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We are interested in placing those who
have a professional attitude towards their
work. Executive secretaries, stenographers,
case workers, hospital social service workers,
settlement directors; research, immigration,
psychiatric, personnel workers and others.



A PLACING AGENCY in an important
Southern City, is anxious to secure a
Director of Social Service who must be
a college graduate and have had two
(2) years experience in Family Case work.
A fine opportunity to become identified in
a worth while way. Apply: Post Office
Box 871, New Orleans, Louisiana.

AN EXPERIENCED MAN, to report
about October ist, as assistant to Head
Resident of a large Settlement not in New
York City. Address 5895 SURVEY.

COOPERATIVE PLACEMENT SERV-
ICE. Social workers, secretaries, super-
intendents, matrons, housekeepers, dieti-
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organize new civic movement, national in
scope. Write, Peoples League, 145 West
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WORKERS WANTED

WANTED: Community house in New
York City wants a director for boys' clubs,
evenings. 5922 SURVEY.

WANTED: Case worker in agency car-
ing for adolescent girls in Middle-West
city. Must be trained and experienced in
family case work, preferably between 26
and 35 years. Ability to understand girls
and their problems essential. 5938 SURVEY.

SECRETARY, preferably college gradu-
ate. Must be experienced stenographer.
Write stating age, education, experience,
interests, salary desired. 5939 SURVEY.

A JEWISH Child-Placing Agency in
large mid-Western community has an open-
ing for a competent young man as a case
worker with boys. One adequately trained
with about two years experience. One who
speaks Yiddish. 5940 SURVEY.

WANTED: Beginning September ist,
family case worker with experience who
wants real opportunity in Southwest. 5907
SURVEY.

WANTED: Social Case Worker by
October first. Widow's Pension experience
desirable. State education, church, experi-
ence, reference and salary. 5943 SURVEY.



WANTED: Matron in house for de-
pendent girls. September ist. State age,
qualifications, references. Sunnyside Home.
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SITUATIONS WANTED

SEMINARY STUDENT, having scholar-
ship covering tuition and board, desires
home employment which will help in
financing books, clothes and other expenses.
5883 SURVEY.

POSITION as Assistant Head Worker
and Director of girls clubs in community
center wanted by college graduate. Five
years experience in club work. Available
September ist, 1927. Box 5898 SURVEY.

ELDERLY TEACHER, high type wo-
man, desires work as governess in a re-
find home for Fall. 5924 SURVEY.

YOUNG MAN, college graduate, 5 years
experience with delinquent boys organiza-
tion in city, desires evening position in
settlement. 5923 SURVEY.

WANTED: Position as director of
community center in small city or town.
College graduate with two years case
work and six years recreation experience,
with training in both types of work.
5928 SURVEY.

EXECUTIVE AVAILABLE: Desires
boys' school or institution. Ten years
practical director of agricultural projects,
conjunction with welfare work. Has taught
subjects of agriculture, manual training,
nature work. Experienced disciplinarian.
References. 5911 SURVEY.



SITUATIONS WANTED

MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN with house-
hold economics training and practical ex-
perience in management and cooking, de-
sires position as housekeeper in widower's
or bachelor's home. Available now. 5930
SURVEY.

PSYCHIATRIC NURSE, college grad-
uate, wide experience; who understands
modern educational procedure would con-
sider a staff position in a progressive
school in or near New York City for the
season of 1927-28. 5932 SURVEY.

JEWISH WOMAN, registered nurse,
social and public health worker, desires
engagement as resident directress of Jew-
ish institution. Convalescent home pre-
ferred. Experienced, capable, references.
Available now. Box 5902 SURVEY.

EXPERIENCED assistant superinten-
dent, large orphanage, is seeking super-
intendency. Experienced director of per-
sonnel, promoter of athletics, developer of
agricultural projects. 5915 SURVEY.

MAUDE ELIZABETH SMITH

Vocational and placement service for men
and women. Workers recommended for
positions in business, professional and
social service fields. 80 Boylston Street,
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SITUATIONS WANTED

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR or Boys'
Worker desires position for the fall in
New York City or vicinity. Seven year* (
experience in settlement work; instructor
of physical training, football and basket-
ball coach in a New York City high scho
5909 SURVEY.

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR, boys worke
several years experience. Coach, bask
ball, boxing, etc. 5926 SURVEY.

BOYS' WORK EXECUTIVE, Jewis
28, college education, seven years full tin
social work experience, seeks evening po
tion; available September. Position, Nt
York City, 5886 SURVEY.

GOODWILL WRITER wants editoria
job, September, with organization
peace, race relations, religious or missio
ary education. M.A. Columbia. Ten yea
experience. 5908 SURVEY.

YOUNG WOMAN, M.A. degree, de-
sires research, promotional or recreational
work twenty-four hours weekly. Nine
years of experience. 5871 SURVEY.

EXECUTIVE: 10 years supervisory and
managerial capacities. Thorough knowl-
edge of boys. Capable of taking more
than average interest. Excellent refer-
ences. 5835 SURVEY.

YOUNG MAN with college education
and several years experience, now in
charge of boys' work in settlement, desires
change. Capable of supervising settlement
house. Prefer Middle West. References.
5936 SURVEY.



FAMILY and Child Case Worker de- j
sires engagement. University training. 1
Speaks conversational German. 5942
SURVEY.

WANTED: Position as occupational
therapy aide or craft teacher. Part time
work considered. Vicinity of New York
City preferred. 5937 SURVEY.



FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT

UNIVERSITY GRADUATE, 28, perfect
command French and Spanish, will reside
in Paris (Sorbonne) one year beginning
September. Seeks connection with social
agency abroad. Experience: settlement
work, teaching (high school) publishing,
music. European travels. Best references.
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Administrative and
Teaching faculty, 1927-1928

PORTER R. LEE

KATE HOLLADAY CLAGHORN

HENRY W. THURSTON

WALTER W. PETTIT

MARGARET LEAL
GEORGIA G. RALPH

JOHN A. FITCH
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THE METHOD or SOCIAL CASE WOKK

CONTENT of SOCIAL CASE WORK

SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY

SOCIAL EDUCATION

I NTEUVIEWING

THE FAMILY IN MODERN SOCIAL LIFK

DEPENDENT CHILDREN

DELINQUENT AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN

CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL HANDICAPS

SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN THE WORK of

VISITING TEACHERS

CHILD WELFARE IN NEW YORK STATE
STATE AND NATIONAL SYSTEMS OF CHILD

WELFARE

HEALTH AND NUTRITION
PROBLEMS OF DISEASE
HYGIENE AND HAZARDS OF THE ADULT
PUBLIC HEALTH AND PERSONAL HYGIENE
THE NATURE AND VARIETIES OF HUMAN

BEHAVIOR
PSYCHOPATHOLOGY

MENTAL HYGIENE PROBLEMS OF CHILD-
HOOD

CLINICAL PSYCHIATRY
SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF MENTAL TEST

INC

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

DESCRIPTIVE PENOLOGY

THE SOCIAL WORKER AND THE LAW

POLICE SYSTEMS

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PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS OF ADMINIS-
TRATION

STRUCTURE OF MODERN INDUSTRY

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METHODS OF SOCIAL RESEARCH

THE IMMIGRANT

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COMMUNITY PROBLEMS AND ORGANIZA-
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RURAL SOCIAL WORK

LEISURE TIME PROBLEMS

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MIDMONTHL^f

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One Show of Hands

By Paul U. Kellogg

Educating Nurses

By Isabel M. Stewart

Lions' Libraries

Casework Within the Staff

Sharing Ideas With the Country School

Group Insurance for Social Workers

Jobs for the Ex-Tuberculous

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Analytic Index to This Number

August 15 September 15, 1927

Child Welfare:

Benefit from Harmon Model Farms Contest, p. 536

Negro child study, New York City, p. 539

Lancaster, Mass., graduates win honorable discharge,

p. 540

Books travel to children, p. 546
Mrs. Russell in her county's schools, p. 550
Children in industry, p. 557
Comfortable child placing, p. 561
Care of dependent children, p. 561
Oregon's child welfare, p. 561

Family Welfare :

County inspired to improve conditions, p. 536

What the nurse can do, p. 537

Parents profit by Lions' Libraries, p. 546

Parents share children's play, p. 549

Men and women at school in Germany, p. 555

The Law and Law Breakers :

Sacco-V anzetti case, p. 533

Delinquent negro children, p. 539

Girls at Lancaster Industrial School, p. 540

Crime problems guide of Friends, p. 549

Oregon's decrease in delinquency, p. 561

The Promotion ot Health:

Diet improved by Harmon Contest, p. 536

The range of a nurse's job, p. 537

Bathtubs and Mr. Mencken, p. 539

Cooperation between doctors and social agencies, p. 539

Recreation Training School and Northwestern, p. 540

Fatigue study at Baveno, p. 540

The League and alcohol, p. 541

How clinics find "lost" patients, p. 542

Work suitable to the tubercular, p. 543

Recreation 1906-1926, pp. 544, 545

Robert Plunkett's study of health officers and tuberculosis,

P- 545

Boston's fourth public health plan, p. 545
Recreation program of Women's Clubs, p. 549
Mental hygiene of the working girl, p. 554
Health in printing trades, p. 557
Health of children in foster homes, p. 561

Town Planning:

New towns for old, p. 541

Immigration and Race Relations:

Negro children's lack of facilities for play, p. 539
Americanization via gardens, p. 549
American schools abroad, p. 552

School and Community :

Schools made vital in Indian County, p. 550

Impartial text-book selection, p. 553

Military training changes, p. 553

A people's college in Germany, p. 555

Wisconsin University's Cooks and Waiters Union, p. 557



Teaching rural home improvement, p. 536
Educating nurses, p. 537

The Cleanliness Institute and bathtubs, p. 539
Books from the Lions' Library, p. 546
Learning Americanization and gardening, p. 549
Social problems guide issued, p. 549
Services of The Labor Bureau, Inc., p. 557
Case-workers learn to help themselves, p. 559

Industrial Conditions:

Mental hygiene of the working girl, p. 554
Industrial accidents among child workers, p. 557
Conditions of health in the printing trade, p. 557

Industrial Relations:

Human relations conference reported by Mrs. Gilbreth,

p. 540

College student cooks' union, p. 557
The Labor Bureau, Inc., p. 557
Insuring social workers, p. 564

Peace and International Relations:

The League of Nations and the liquor traffic, p. 541
Mrs. Sarah M. Scofield's fight for Peace, p. 541
Military training changes status, p. 553

Motives and Ideals:

Ideals for justice, p. 533

Harmon awards to stimulate beautification, p. 536

Scope of the nursing profession, p. 537

Guiding children to good reading, p. 546

Towns for better living, p. 549

Sharing ideas, p. 550

Spiritual community life, p. 557



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Midmonthly Number



Vol. LVIII, No. 10-12 Aug. 15 Sept. 15, 1927

CONTENTS

ONE SHOW OF HANDS - - Paul U. Kellogg 533
RURAL LEAVEN - - Helen Griffiths Harmon 536
EDUCATING NURSES - - Isabel M. Stewart 537
THE COMMON WELFARE ....... 539

HEALTH .............. 542

Finding the "Lost", Alice M. Hill Work for

the Ex -Tuberculous, Alice Campbell Klein and

Grant Thorburn, M.D. Fifty-three Experi-

ment Stations, Haven Emerson M.D.
COMMUNITIES ..... . . - - - 546

Lions' Libraries, Mai A. Clinedinst New

Towns for Old, Geddes Smith
EDUCATION ... ......... 55 o

Sharing Ideas 'With the Country School,

Agnes de Lima American Education Abroad,

Sydney Greenbie
INDUSTRY ........... - 554

The Mental Hygiene of the Working Girl,

H. W. Stevens, M.D. The People's College

in Cassel, Anna L. Curtis
SOCIAL PRACTICE .......... 558

The Casework of Supervision, Grace F.

Marcus A Short Course in Child Placing,

George H. Preston, M.D.
BOOKS IN OUR ALCOVE ....... 562

THE SOCIAT WORK SHOP - - - - 5 6 4

Group Insurance for Social Workers, Edioara

N. Clapper




The Gist of It

A a footnote to the history of those last
frantic days before the execution of
Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti,
PAUL U. KELLOGG, editor of The
Survey, tells of the plea for commutation of sen-
tence presented to Governor Alvan T. Fuller
by more than five hundred professional men and
women, social workers, ministers, editors, writers,
and teachers, who felt deeply that the sentence of
death should not be carried out so long as doubts
of the guilt of the condemned men still lingered
in informed and disinterested minds. (One Show
of Hands, page 533.)

The system of "stimulative awards" described
by HELEN GRIFFITHS HARMON in Rural Leaven
(page 536) is a means which the Harmon Founda-
tion of New York City has employed successfully
in its many enterprises in the social field. Miss
Harmon is the daughter of the founder of the
organization, William E. Harmon.

ISABEL M. STEWART discusses the education of
nurses from the vantage point of her long ex-
perience in the pioneer university school in this
field, the Department of Nursing Education at
Teachers College, Columbia University. Her
present paper is part of an address at a symposium
on nursing education held under the auspices of the
Henry Street Visiting Nurse Service. Page 537.



ALICE M. HILL is statistical field secretary of
the National Tuberculosis Association. Page 542.

ALICE CAMPBELL KLEIN was secretary of the



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