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Delegates of N.Y. Youth Congress present petition at White House opposing compulsory conscription. Washington, D.C., June 20. A delegation from the New York Youth Congress called at the White House today with a petition opposing President Roosevelt's proposed plan to regiment the young men and women of American in compulsory military training and forced labor. The delegation shown on the steps of the White House are, left to right - Wesley Nelson, Church of the Master; Tom Jones, Brooklyn Negro Youth Federation; Jean Horie, Executive Secretary of the New York Youth Congress; and David Livingstone, United Wholesale and Warehouse Employees Union, N.Y. Local 65

Delegates of N.Y. Youth Congress present petition at White House opposing compulsory conscription. Washington, D.C., June 20. A delegation from the New York Youth Congress called at the White House today with a petition opposing President Roosevelt's proposed plan to regiment the young men and women of American in compulsory military training and forced labor. The delegation shown on the steps of the White House are, left to right - Wesley Nelson, Church of the Master; Tom Jones, Brooklyn Negro Youth Federation; Jean Horie, Executive Secretary of the New York Youth Congress; and David Livingstone, United Wholesale and Warehouse Employees Union, N.Y. Local 65

 
 

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