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92 Captains and 89 First
Lieutenants Are Approved for Promotion. Promotion of 92 raptain* of the Marine Corps to the rank of major and *9 first lieutenants to captains mas approved by President Roosevelt by radio aboard the UBS Houston In the Pacific. Secretary Swanson an nounced yesterday after a Selection Board had been at work for nearly a month. The Secretary said that of the 92 captains choaen. 26 would be eligible Immediately to take professional and physical examinations and of the 69 first lieutenant* picked. 59 are en titled to promotion at once When vacancies occur the balance will be moved up Included among the prospective new majors are Capt Franei* p Muleahy. assistant to the head of Marine Corps aviation, on duty at Marine Corps Headquar ters, Navy Department. Thompson Promoted. Capt John W Thompson, famous Marine Corps writer and srtlst. who now Is on duty as aide to the Assist ant Secretary of the Navy. Capt. William P T Hill, serving as the quartermaster of the Garde d Haiti at Port au Prince. Haiti, and well known In Washington. Capt. Robert. L. Montague, former Bide to the commandant of the Ma rine Corps, son of Representative Montague. Democrat, of Virginia, and now under instruction at the Ecole dr Guerre at Paris. Capt. David Rowan Mirnmer acting n»'al attache at Moscow. U. S. S. R. Prominent smong the prospective tiew captains are: First Lieut. Lawson H. M Sander son. now on duty at Marine barracks at Quantlco, Va.. one of the premier k flyers in the Marine Corps First Lieut. Hayne D. Boyden. on duty with the United States Marine Corps sviation detachment at Port au Prince, Haiti, one of the veteran flyers of the corps and holder of the Distinguished Flying Cross. Srhilt Is Advanced. First Lieut. Christian F. Schilt. on duty at the Marine barracks, Quan tico, Va., another noted flyer who won a deeoration for evacuating wounded under fire during operations in Nicaragua. First Lieut. James S. Monahan, serving with the 4th Marines. Shang hai, who was in Washington as aide to the comandant of the Marine Corps recently. First Lieut. Rirhard M. Cults, aide to Maj. Oen. John H. Russell, com mandant of the Marine Corps, an ex pert in firearms Other promotions among the cap tains include: Edward D. Kalbflelsh, on duty Coco Solo. Canal Zone. Robert M. Montague. Marine Bar racks. Quantico. Daniel E. Campbell. Marine Bar racks. Washington. Maurice Gardner Holmes. Head quarters, Marine Corps. James Emmet Betts. Marine Bar racks, Pearl Harbor, Territory of Ha waii. James W. Webb, Marine Barracks, Quantico. John M. TUdsley. Naval Mine De pot, Yorktown, Va. Louis E. Woods, Haiti. William McNary Marshall. 4th Reg iment. China. Evans Orchard Ames. Marine Bar racks, Norfolk. N. Y. Franklin Augustus Hart. Haiti. George Franklin Adams, Marine Barracks, Naval Ammunition Depot, Hingham, Mass. Emmett W. Skinner. Marine Bar racks. Quantico. Thomas Boyle Gale, Marine Bar racks, Quantico. Field Harris, U. S. S. Lexington. Roy Ci Swink, Haiti. Leon Damar Dye, headquarters. Marine corps. Francis Edwin Pierce, headquar ters, Marine Corps. Maurice Clinton Gregory, Marine Barracks. Quantico. Andrew Elliott Creesy, U. S. S Richmond. Donald Curtis, headquarters. Ma rine Corps. Ery Milton Spencer, headquarters, Marine Corps. Martin John Kelleher, headquar ters. Marine Corps. Franklin Topping Steele, Marine Barracks, Navy Yard, Philadelphia. Pa. William Newton Best, Fleet Marine } Force. Quantico. William Arthur Worton, American Legation, Peiping. Merritt Barton Curtis, Marine Corps Base. San Diego. Calif. ChRrles Thomas Brooks. Command and General Staff School. Ft. Leav enworth, Kans, Herbert Hardy, Marine Barracks Quantico. Charles N. Muldrow, 4th Regiment. ; China. John Thaddeus Walker, Gard# D' Haiti. Oliver Prince Smith, Ecole de Guerre. Paris. Joseph Guthrie Ward, Fleet Ma rine Force. Quantico. Robert Charles Anthony, Marine Barracks. Quantico. William T. Clement, student at Ma- I rine Corps School*, field officer*'! course. QuanUco. James Doug.** McLean. Headquar ter*. Marine Oorpe Dalian Llnaeott. Fleet Marine Force Quanticn Ralph E West, assistant profeasor of naval science and tactics. Univer sity of California Frank Dufreanc Strong. Marine de tachment. U. 8 8. Artaona Lyman Passmore. Nava! Air Station. Sunnyvale, Calif Clifford O Henry, commanding Marine detachment. U R 8 Ranger. Joseph Thomas Smith. Recruiting Office, San Francisco Raymond E Knapp. Fleet Marine i Force. East Coast Edward L Burwell. jr„ Marine Corps School*. QuanUco. Omar D Pfeiffer. Marine Barrack*. Washington Campbell H Brown. Garde d'Haltl. Lewis G Merritt, aviation aectlon, Fleet Marine Force. QuanUco Claude A Larkin, student at Naval War College. Newport. R. I. Lucian W Burnham, commanding Marine Barracks, Naval Ammunition Depot Hawthorne, Nev, Shaler Ladd, Marine Barracks. Navy Yard. Marc Island. Calif. John C. Wood. Marine Barracks. Navy Yard, Charleston. 8 C. Richard H. Jeschke. Marine Bar r»t rp, yuAiiuco. Joseph I Nettekoven. Marine Corps Base, San Diego. William Edward Riley, on duty at Northwestern University, Evanston. Ill. Instructing N R. O T C. Ray Albert Robinson Marine Bar racks. Navy Yard. Puget Sound Jacob Lienhard, Marine Barracks, Quantlco. Victor France Bleasdale. Marine de tachment, U. S. S Oklahoma. Merwin Hancock Silverthorn. re cruiting district of Chicago. John OrafT, Marine Barracks, Quantico. Leonard Earl Rea. Marine Barracks, Boston. William Walter Rogers, Fleet Marine Force, Quantico. Curtis Thurson Beecher. Marine detachment, receiving ship, San Francisco. George F. Stockes, 4th Marines, Shanghai. William Kirk MacNulty, headquar ters. Department of the Pacific. Thomas Rodney Shearer. Air Corps Tactical School, Maxwell Field, Mont gomery, Ala. Jacob Myers Pearce, headquarters, Marine Corps. Washington. William Pottel Richards. Marine Barracks, Quantico. Edgar Scott Tuttle, 4th Marines, Shanghai. Bert Allison Bone. Marine detach ment, U. S. S Nevada. Robert Calvin Thaxton. Marine de tachment, U. S. S. Lexington. Harold Denny Campbell, instructor in aviation, Marine Corps Schools, Quantlco. William Hartwell Harrison, adviser and instructor, 1st Battalion, 21st Marine Reserve. John Porter Adams. Marine detach ment. U. S. S. Saratoga. Gilbert Darnell Hatfield, Marine Barracks, Naval Torpedo Station, Newport. R. I. George H. Morse. jr„ Marine Bar racks. Navy Yard. Portsmouth. N. H. William Thomas Evans. Marine Corps headquarters. Washington. Benjamin Willey Gaily, Marine Barracks, Quantico. Donald J. Kendall, Fleet Marine Force, Quantlco. Alton Arnold Gladden, Marine Corps Base, San Diego. Lewis Benjamin Reagan, Marine detachment, U. S. S. Mississippi. Dudley S. Brown, Marine Barracks Navy Yard. Philadelphia. Robert Houston Pepper. Marine Barracks, Parris Island, S. C. John Bushrod Wilson, Marine Bar racks. Quantico. Galen Miller Sturgis, Marine Bar racks. Quantico. Joseph Wilson Knighton, 4th Ma rines, Shanghai. James Augustus Mixson, Marine Barracks. Quantico Gus Louis Gloeckner, Depot of Supplies, Philadelphia. First lieutenants recommended for promotion to captains: William Lake McKittrick. Marine Barracks. Quantico. Charles W. Pohn. 4th Marines, Shanghai. Stanley Emanuel Ridderhof, Naval Air Station, San Diego. Morris L. Shively, Marine Barracks Quantico. Max D. Smith, Marine Barracks Quantico. uavid a. Stafford. Marine Barracks, Submarine Base. New London, Conn Chesley G. Stevens. Marine Bar racks. N. O. B., Pearl Harbor, Terri tory Hawaii. Walter W. Wensinger, Marine Bar racks, Quantico. Jacob F. Plachta, Marine Barracks, Quantico. Harold E. Rosecrans, headquarters, U. S. M. C. Leo Sullivan, on duty at F. M. F., Port Everglades. Fla. Franklin C. Cowie, Marine Bar racks. Quantico. Stuart W. King, Marine Barracks, Quantico. Walter A. Wachtler, Marine detach ment. U. S. S. Chester. William E. Maxwell. Marine Bar racks, Quantico. Clarence R. Wallace, headquarters, U. S M. C. Ronald A. Boone, Marine Barracks. Quantico. Paul B. Watson. Marine Corps Base. San Diego. William B. Onley. Marine Barricks, Quantico. James H. Strother, Marine Bar racks, Quantico. Ivan W. Miller, 1st Brigade Marines, Haiti. Joe N. Smith. U. S. S. Reina Mer cedes, Annapolis, Md. James A. Stuart, Marine detach EXTRA SPECIAL"'SS?' AMERICAN RADIATOR HOT-WATER HEATING SYSTEM Present This Coupon, Save Present this coupon any time this week and we will allow you $2J.$p on yosr •M heating plant—one week paly. rwrit tiWiOw-wouCiwiwwwM 4 4 4 Completely Installed _in 6 Rooms_ 5-Year I NO MONEY I ^Guarantee! DOWN Payments Start Oct. 1st ON* TO THREE YEARS TO TAT At Slirht Additional Caat Free Estimate* at Your Convenience Economy Heating Co. 906 10th St. N.W. MEtropolitan 2132 ! ownt. U 8 8 Rein* Mercede*. An napolis Loui* E Marie Jr.. Marine detach ment. U. 8 8 Northampton. Thomas M. Ryan. Marine Barracks Quantico. John A. Bemis. Marine Barracks Quantico. John C McQueen Marine Barracks Quantico. Howard N. Kenyon. Marine Bar rack*. Quantico. William N MrKelvy. Jr.. Marine Barrack*. Quantico. William W. Davies, Marine Bar rack*. Quantico. Vernon E Megee. Marine Barrack* Quantico. Augustus W. Cockrell. Marine Bar rack*. Quantico. James M. Smith. Fleet Marine Force. Marine Barrack*. Quantico William H. Doyle. Marine detach ment. U. S. S Tuscaloosa. Ernest E Linsert. Marine Barracks Quantico. Orin H Wheeler, Army Motor Transport School. Camp Holablrd Md. Lewis A. Hohn. Coast Artillery School. Fort Monroe. Va. William O. Brico. Aviation. Marine Barracks. Quantico. Francis M. Wulbern, Marine Corps Base. San Diego. Edwin A. Pollock, Marine Barracks, Quantico. Randolph M Pate. Marine Bar rack*. Quantico. Cornelius J. Eldridge, Marine Bar racks. Quantico. Lucian C. Whitaker, Marine Bar racks. Parris Island, 8. C, John C. Donohoo. jr„ Fleet Marine Force. Marine Barracks, Quantico. Raymond P Coffman. Fleet Marine Force. Marine Barracks. Quantico. James M. McHugh, 4th Marines, snangnai. Rupert R. Deese. Coast Artillery School, Fort Monroe, Va. James P. Riseley, Marine Barracks, Quantico. Harry E Dunkelberger. Fleet Marine Force. Marine Barracks. Quantico. Clayton C. Jerome, California In stitute of Technology, Pasedena, Calif. Emery E. Larson, Marine detach ment, U. S. S. Mainneapolis. John M Greer. Marine detachment, (J. S. S. Reina Mercedes, Annapolis. George J, O'Shea. Marine detach ment, U. S. S. Salt Lake City. Charles C. Brown, headquarters, U. S. Marine Corps. Eugene H. Price, Fleet Marine Force. Marine Barracks. Quantico. Lyman G. Miller, Marine Barracks, Quantico. Ralph E. Forsyth, Marine Barracks, Quantico. William M. Mitchell, Marine Corps Base, San Diego. Pearson E. Conradt, Marine Bar racks, Quantico. Howard R. Huff. Marine detach ment, U. S. S. Sacramento. Gregon A. Williams, Marine Bar racks, Quantico. Evans F. Carlson, Marine detach ment. American Legation. John W. Lakso. Portsmouth. N. H. Monroe S. Swanson, Shanghai, 4th Marines. Will H. Lee, Marine Barracks, Navy Yard, Washington. Lawrence B. Kline, Marine Bar racks, N. Y., Mare Island, Calif. William W. Paca, Quantlco. Shelton C. Zern, headquarters, U. S. M. C. John E. Curry, headquarters, U. S. M C. Frank D. Weir, Quantico. Merlin F. Schneider. Marine Bar racks, N. Y.. Mare Island. Calif. Ira L. Kimes, 1st Brigade, Haiti. Luther A. Brown, receiving station. Norfolk, Va. George F. Good, jr., aide to major general commandant. Harold C. Roberts, San Diego. William W. Orr, Marine Barracks, Puget Sound Navy Yard. Bremerton. Wash Merrill B Twining. Pearl Harbor. Territory Hawaii. Frank H. Lamson-Scribner. An napolis William R Hughes. Parris Island. 8 C William J Scheyer. Quantico. William W Davidson. Naval R O. T C.. Yale University. New Haven. Lawrence T Burke San Diego. Thomas B White. Quantico. Thomas J. Walker. Quantico. JUVENILE PROGRAM TO BE GIVEN AUG. 3 Parks and Community Center Sponsor Event in Sylvan Theater. A city-wide program of juvenile dances, music, drills and other fea ture* will be presented st Sylvan The ater the night of August 3 under the , Joint auspices of the Community Center Department and the National i Capital Parks. Participating will he the Boy ! Scouts, Girl Scouts, Girl Reserves. Friendship House. Neighborhood House, the playgrounds, the Salva tion Army Scouts and the Washtng \ ton Boys' Independent Band. The program will start at 7:15 o'clock. A meeting will be held Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock at Franklin School to complete arrangements. Central Swimming Pool is now open five afternoons and five nights each week. Monday through Friday, begin j ning at 1:30 pm. and dosing at 10:30. Children are taught to swim from 4 j to 4 30 p.m., while adults are given : lessons from 7 to 7:30 p.m. , m — --- ■ — UNCLE SAM BUYS A MILLION CATTLE Purchase of more than 1.100.000 cattle in emergency drought counties of Ifi Western States up to July 19 is announce* by the Farm Adminis tration. Owners received $5,910,305. of which $2,097,914 represented benefit payments and $3,812,391 purchase payment*. The cattle were purchased from 89. 113 farms and represented 32.8 per cent of the 3,515.903 head on these farms. 550 TOOL WORKERS QUIT PARKERSBURG, W. Va„ July 21 (A>).—A strike of 550 tool workers at the plant of the Ames-Baidwin Wyoming Tool Works, which manu factures shovels, became effective last midnight, Karl Summers, president of the Federal Labor Union local, an nounced. Richard Hartje, president of the company, was out of the city. Otner officials declined to comment on the strike action. Summers said the walkout was called as a result of a dispute over an employes' election for collective bargaining, the union claiming that a recent election was conducted im properly. W \ If it looks Cool it will be cool ^ V ... and that is NOT mere psychology! Cover the scars of Winter with “MURCO” Cool Colors. ( You instantly get a Summer environment . . . wherever you wish ... in the Kitchen . . . the Porch . . . anywhere! This long-wearing “Life long Paint” is especially needed now for sun exposed surfaces. j E. J. Murphy Co. Inc., ] 710 12th St. N. W. NAtional 2477 i JORDAN’S ft KELVINATOR SALES PLAN ULLIVLKLU to your home NO A CASH I DOWN p^ ARTHUR JORDAN PIANO COMPANY 1239 G St. 15 CENTS A DAY Ibuys t/siljjs The Palais Royal G STREET AT ELEVENTH TELEPHONE DISTRICT 4400 1,000 Pieces Cool Dainty Gowns & Pa jamas . Plain and fancy weaves, also rayon crepes, luscious pastel shades. Just the practical, pretty little garments for your vacation! 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