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ARMY ORI1I.R* Prentor. Mt) Gen John F. the Inspector General granted 10 day* leave of absence about July 20 Sehull. Brig Gen Herman W assistant to the chief of Ordnance detailed as member of the board of nfBre-x appointed for xtandardUlng th» form of War contract* Burner Brig Oen Henry W from command of the 3d field Artillery Port Lewi* WW) to the command of the Reid Artillery School. Fort •ill. Okia Bali. Col William O Quarter r-jurter Corps, from Brooklyn to Fort Francis E Warren. Wyo. about Au gust 21 Pritchett. Lieut Col Harry H In fantry. from Platuburg Barrack*. N Y . to Fort Manor. 6a.n Francisco, about August 81. Olover. Urut Col O Barrett Jr. Infantry to be retired from active service September 30 Kingman Urut Col Ralph W. Infantry, detailed as member of Army retiring board appointed to meet at Omaha Dtxhman. Lieut. Col. Samuel R Quartermaster Corps. detailed ax member of Army retiring board ap pointed to meet at Omaha oncer m*j. jonn i 11 coasi Artillery Corps, assigned to duty at Fort Mason. Calif upon completion of present tour of foreign service Ennis. Capt Robert B, Infantry, from Fort Sam Houston. Tex., to Fargo. N Dak about August 20 Luraa. Capt. Hoyt Dennla. Chemical Warfare Service Reserve, ordered to active duty at Edgewood Arsenal, Edgewood, Md, July 28 Cheatham, Capt. Cader Warren, Ordnance Department, Reserve, or dered to active duty at Ann Arbor, Mich.. July 29 Stitt, Capt Donald O . Air Corps, aaaigned to duty at Fort Sill. Okla , upon completion of present tour of foreign service. Mead. Capt. Wallace A., Infantry, from Foft Francis E Warren, Wyo, to Council Bluff," Iowa, about August 20 Gordy, Capt Charles Burton. Specialist Reserve, ordered to active duty at Picatlnny Arsenal, Dover, K J . July 29. West, Capt. Edmund O. Quarter master Corps, from Fort Hayes, Ohio, to Walter Reed General Hospital, here, for treatment. Hall. Capt. Bovey M , Infantry, from Fort McKinley. Me. to Walter Reed Oeneral Hospital, here, for treatment. Mag ness. First Lieut Thomas Henry, Jr, Corps of Engineers Reserve, pro moted to captain, from July 18 Burns. First lLeut. William H . Coast Artillery Corps, Fort H. G Wright, N Y„ ordered home to await retire ment. O’Connor. First Lieut,. Cornelius E., Air Corps, assigned to duty at Langley Field. Va„ upon completion of present tour of foreign service. f Sheets, First Lieut. Harry B„ In fantry. West Point, ordered home to await retirement. Blair. First Lieut. Robert E., Infan try, assigned to duty at Fort Monroe, Va Stanfield. First Lieut. Elmo Lovell, Infantry Reserve, promoted to captain, from July 18 Doty, First Lieut. Paul Ivon Air Corps Reserve, ordered to active duty at Rockwell Air Depot. Coronado. Calif., July 29 Clouser. First iLeut Edward H, In fantry, detailed in the Quartermaster Corps at Baltimore. Pursell, Second Lieut, William. Corps of Engineers Reserve, promoted to first lieutenant, from July 18. Johnson. Second Lieut. Gilbert Eric. Infantry Reserve, promoted to first lieutenant, from July 18. Stoltz. Second Lieut. Albert E. In fantry. from Fort Iiuachuca. Ariz., to 6an Antonio. Tex.. August 1 Carhart. Second Lieut. Richard B, Infantry, from Fort Washington. Md., to Chicago. August 20. Lindquist, Chaplain John O . as signed to duty at Fort Hayes. Colum bus. upon completion of present tour of foreign service. Leave of absense granted to the following officers, on or about dates specified: Royals. Maj. Waiter C, Medical Corps, extension 5 days Day, Capt. William. Quartermaster Corps. 2 months and 12 days. July 18. 1934. Heraty. Maj. Francis J, Infantry, 2 months and 12 days, July 18. 1934. Edgerly, Maj. John P. Infantry. 2 months and 12 days, July 18. 1934. Davis. Col. William J., Infantry. 2 months and 12 days. July 18. 1934. Sells, Capt. Benjamin A. J.. In fantry. 2 months and 12 days, July 18 1934. Peyton. Lieut. Col Philip B. Gen eral Staff Corps, 1 day. July 19. 1934. Keerans. First Lieut. Charles L.. Jr, Infantry, extension 1 month Cole. Maj. Leon R, General Staff Corps. 3 days. July 19 1934 Newstrom. First Lieut Herbert M . Air Corps. 2 months and 8 days July 23. 1934 Weaver. Maj R N, General Staff Corps. 6 days. July 23. 1934. Burnett, Col Charles. General Staff Corps 1 month. August 1. 1934. Friteh. First Lieut Donald F Air Corps. 2 months. August 9. 1934 The following officers appointed as members of a court of inquiry to meet at headquarters. 3d Army Corps Area Hickman. Col. Edwin A, Finance Department Cootes. Co! Harry N . Cavalry. Hamilton. Lieut. Col Charles S. Quartermaster Corps Lull. Lieut. Col. Charles E. T. Chemical Warfare Service Hunt. Lieut. Col. Elvid. General Start Corps Recorder . Bixbv, First Lieut Harold O Signal Corps. Drum. Maj Gen Hugh A . Genera! Staff Corps, granted 10 days' leave of absence, about July 22. Hartsock. Col. Frederick M. Med ical Corps, from Soldiers' Home here to Fort Monroe. Va . about Septem ber 1. Stone, Col, Frank P . Dental Corps frorr. the Presidio of San Francisco to the surgeon general's office here about August 28. Cline Lieut. Col. Walter D judee advocate general's department, from Walter Reed Hospital to Fort Haves. Ohio. Long. Maj. Roland R . Infantry. Fort Clock Nebr. to be examined by an Army retiring board at Omaha Hawley. Maj. Donald C . Cavalry from Camp Dix. N J , to Governor. Island. NY. lor assignment to du!\ Vachon. Maj Joseph P Infantry detailed to duty with the Organised Reserves at Englewood. N. J. upon completion of present tour of foreign service. Barnard. Capt. Thomas W . Quar termaster Corps Walter Reed Hos pital to be examined by an Army re tiring board here. Ipock. Capt Byron T, Coast Artil lery Corps from Governors Island N Y , to Fort Totten, N Y. Collins. Capt. Forrest E.. Infantry, to be examined by an Army retiring board at Fort Ber.nlng, Ga. Fletter. Capt. Charles F. Quarter master Corps, from March Field. Riverside. Calif., to Fort Worden Wash about August 1 Woods. Capt LawTence S.. Quartet - master Corps, assigned to duty as constructing quartermaster in addi tion with other duties at March Field, Riverside. Calif » Ely. Capt Ernest W Infantry. Let*. terms n Genera! Hospital, Presidio of San Pranrtseo. to be examined by an Army retiring board at Presidio of San Francisco Miuon Capt Arrhlbald M Infan try assigned to Fort Wayne. Mich Mrnui. Capt Norman. Infantry, from Fort Oglethorpe Ga to Phila delphia. September 2. Preble First Ueut Harold Joaeph Ordnance Department Reserve ordered to active duty at Ann Arbor Mich . July ?9 Ker First Lieut Howard, Engineer Corps detailed for duty with the Organised Reserve* in addition with other duties at Philadelphia Welch. First Lieut. Ray O. Infantry, from Fork Union. Vaa to Fort Wads worth. N. Y September 1. Owens First Lieut John L.. Vet , erlnary Corps, assigned to duty at the Quartermaster Corps Subsistence School. Chicago upon completion of present tour of foreign service. Briggs. First Lieut. James E Air Corps from March Field, Calif , to Chanute Field, Rintoul, 111, about juiy as. Ringer, First Lieut Elmer C., Field Artillery. Fort- Des Moines, Iowa, ordered home to await retirement. Meek*, Second IJeut. John A, Field Artillery, from Fort Bragg. N. C., to Watertown Arsenal. Watertown, Mass . August l. Beck, Second Lieut. Travis A In j fan try, to be examined by an Army Retiring Board at Hot Springs Na : tional Park Ark Bock. Second Lieut. Frank L.. In fantry, from the Hawaiian Depart ] mcnt to Fort Brnning, Ga., about August 28. Witt. Second Lieut. Milton Wells. Infantry Reserve, promoted to first lieutenant, from July 19. Mitchell. Second Lieut. Earle Fill more, Coast Artillery Corps, promoted to first lieutenant, from July 19. Fitsgerald, Second Lieut., Coast Artillery Corps Reserve, promoted To 1 first lieutenant, from July 19. Stokes, Second Lieut. John Hall, Field Artillery Reserve, promoted to first lieutenant, from July 19 Leave of absence granted to the following officers, on or about dates specified: Brown, Lieut. Col Edward A., Ad jutant General's Department, two days. July 21. Scott, Maj. Stanley L., Corps of En gineers, 24 days, September 18. Laird, Capt Robert A., Corps of En gineers. 1 month and 26 days, July 23, Baskin. Maj. Leslie D., Dental Corps, 2 months and 15 days, August 1. Hardigg, Maj William B . Ordnance Department, seven days, July 24 Guerin, Maj. Mark E,, Judge Advo cate General's Department, extension 1 month and 11 days, with permission to visit foreign countries. Thummel, Lieut. Col. Claude B., General Staff Corps, one day, July 23. The promotion of the following offi cers announced: Adams. John C., Field Artillery, to major, July 17. Gage. Philip S., Coast Artillery Corps, to lieutenant colonel, July 17. Flood, Henry L.. Infantry, to first lieutenant. July 17. Greer, Jack., Air Corps, to captain, July 17, NAVY ORDERS. Bureau of Navigation. Ounnell, Lieut Comdr. Palmer M., orders commander in chief Asiatic modified: to 13th Naval District. Seat tle, Wash. instead 4th Naval District. Hughes, Lieut Comdr. James J., ad ditional duty as communication officer of activities on Severn and Potomac Rivers, etc Smith, Lieut. Comdr. Edward H„ detached 14th Naval District. Pearl Harbor; to duty as officer in charge, Branch Hydrographic Office. Honolulu, T. H. Branneman, Lieut. <J. G) Leonard, detached Office of Naval Communica tions; to Naval Operations. Navy De partment Champlln. Lieut (J. G.l Jackson S., detached Ford Instrument Co., Long Island City. N. Y. in July; to U. S. S. Pennsylvania. Griggs. Lieut. (J. G.l Gale E. de tached Office of Naval Communica tions; to Naval Operations. Navy De partment. Hays, Lieut. (J. G.) William S.. de tached U. 8. S. Bushnell; on discharge treatment Naval Hospital. San Diego. Calif., to home, relieved all active duty. Shanahan, Lieut. (J. G.), Harold M„ detached Office of Naval Communica tions; to Naval Operations, Navy De partment Burt, Ensign Eugene V.. detached U. S. S. McCormick; to home, relieved all active duty. Clark, Ensign Albert H.. to duty U. S S. Chester. Everett. Ensign Charles H.. jr.. de tached U. S. S. West Virginia about July 12; to communication duty. Com mander Battle Force. Monroe. Ensign Henry S , to duty U. S. S. Tennessee. White. Ensign Richard D. detached U S S. Milwaukee in July; to resigna tion accepted, effective August 8. Davis, Comdr. Leslie G. additional duty as recruiting inspector. South eastern Division, Richmond. Va. Clayton. Lieut. Comdr. William E., detached staff. Commander Destroyer Sqaudron 3, in July: to Bureau of Engineering. Navy Department. Portz. Lieut. Comdr. Warner P. detached command U. S. S. Leary In July: to C. S. S. Colorado as engineer officer. Burgess, Bk'ut. Ellwood E.. duty as aide to commandant 9th Naval Dis trict. Guthrie. Lieut. Harry A., detached command U S. S. S-20 in December; to Engineer Experiment Station, Annapolis Rees. Lieut Owen detached XJ S. S. Rigel about 2 July; to command U. S. S. Vireo. Gray. Lieut.. (J. G.l Walter N.. de tached U. S. S. Dickerson in August: to instructor Finance and Supply School, Philadelphia. Pa. Kimes. Lieut. < J. G.) Thomas J . de tached command U. S. S Vireo in July: to U. S. S. Relief McDonald. Lieut tJ. G.) Charles E on discharge treatment Naval Hos _ The Store That Sells Paint With No Water | in It. Gives a bran ttfol. satiny smooth finish on walls and • oodwork. Easr to clean can hr a a* hed with mild *oa» and water. BUTLER-FLYNN Paint*—Since 1845 609 C St. N.W. Phene ME «t5« 4 pttal. Mare Island Calif: to home, relieved all active duty Owens. Ensign Hinton A. detached U. 8 8 Preble in August to instruc tor Finance and Supply Schiol. Phlia i detphra Fa Beaman Comdr Mark C.. duty as I professor of naval science and tactics. Georgia School of Technology Dam. Comdr Leslie C. detached j as officer In charge. Nut Recruiting l Station, Baltimore, continue duty aa 1 recruiting Inspector. Southeastern Dl j vision. Baltimore Mack. Lieut Comdr Brice H de tached Bureau Eneineertng. Navy De j partment. in August: to V S. S Richmond ha first lieutenant, i Oordon. Lieut. <3 0 I Donald S. ! detached U. 8 8 Tanager: to In struct on Finance and Supply. School. Philadelphia i Shaw. Ensign Spencer L, detach ed U S S Richmond in July: to in j struetion Finance and Supply School. ! Philadelphia Medical Corps. Iverson. Lieut. Comdr. Louis, de tached Naval Air Station. Pensacola. Fla., about July 6. to Cruisers. Scout ing Force. Harrell. Lieut. Comdr William H., detached Recruiting Station, Norfolk, Va.: to Norfolk Naval Hospital, Portsmouth. Va. Hernandez. Lieut Comdr Vincent, detached Navy Yard Boston, about | August 20; to instruction Naval Med ' leal School, here. Wleand, Lieut. (J O' Warren 0., detached U. S 8 Arkansas: to in struction Naval Medical School, here.j Warrant Officers. Corine. Chief Machinist Paul B. detached Navy Yard. Washington. D. C., about July 19 to U. S S Saratoga. Jones, Chief Machinist Henry CL. detached Navy Yard. Mare Island, Calif., about July 3; to U S. S. Vlreo. Mackay, Chief Radio Electrician Warren S , detached Naval Radio Sta tion, Darien, Canal Zone: to treat ment, Naval Hospital. San Diego. Mason, Chief Pharmacist Robert K„ detached Receiving Station, Norfolk, Va, In August: to Yard Dispensary, Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Va. Jeter, Chief Boatswain James F„ granted sick leave two months; wait orders at San Diego, Calif. Parker, Boatswain Arthur L. de tached U. S. S. Rigel about July 3; to U. S. S. Avocet. Stanley. Chief Pharmacist Robert H , detached Naval Hospital. Pearl Har bor, Territory of Hawaii; to receiving ship at San Francisco. Supply Corps. Alkire. Lieut. Comdr. Howard H., detached Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N. H., in September; to Naval Powder Factory, Indianhead, Md. Orders March 29 revoked. Dental Corps. Doherty, Lieut. Comdr. Daniel A., detached Navy Yard, Washington, D. C. about August 1; to XT 8. 8. Vests! O'Connell. Lieut, Comdr Elmer C , detached U 8 8 Chaumont about August 21; to Naval Hospital. San Diego Calif MARINE CORr« ORDERS. Hoadley Lieut. Col Willisrr. T . on reporting of his relief about August 7, detached headquarters Recruiting, District of Boston. Boston. Mass, to Marine Barracks Parris Island. S C Griffin. Ms; Raphael, on or about Julv 2« detached Marine Barracks. Parris Island. S C to the Coast Artillery School. Fort Monroe Va Authorised to delay reporting -until August 15. Pepper Capt Robert H , on or about. July 26 detached Marine Bar racks. Parris Island. S C . to the Coast Artillery School. Fort Monroe, Va Authorized to delay reporting ] until August 15 Puller. Second Lieut. Samuel D., detached Marine Barracks. Quantlcn, Va.. to Marine Detachment, U. S. S. ruiiiKcr. Gooding. Marine Gunner Theodore, appointed a marine gunner and as signed to duty with Aircraft One. Fleet Marine Force. Marine Barracks. Quantleo, Va. Fryer. Col. Ell T.. on or about July 31 detached First Brigade. Haiti, to Marine Barracks. Navy Yard. New York. N. Y. via first available conveyance. Ktncade, Col. Oerod M., on Sep tember 1 detached Marine Barracks, Navy Yark, New York. N. Y., to Marine Barracks. Quantleo, Va. Hamilton, Capt. George D, on ex piration of present leave of absence, on or about Septemebr 25. detached Marine Barracks. Navy Yard, New York. N. Y.. to Marine Corps Bar- j racks. Naval Operation Base, San | Diego. Calif. , Hartsel, Capt. Clyde H detached Marine Detachment, Recruiting Service, Navy Yard', New York, N. Y.. to Marine Barracks, Quantleo. Va., for duty with the Fleet Marine Force Authorized to delay reporting until August 20 Kingsbury, Lieut. Col. Ross S., on or about August 15 detached Marine Barracks, Navy Yard. Pearl Harbor, T. H. to Department of the Pacific, via first available conveyance. Rogers, Capt. William W, de tached Marine Barracks, Quantleo, Va„ to the Army Industrial College, Washington. D. C. Authorized to delay reporting until August 15. Newhart, First Lieut. Harold G., on arrival U. S. S. Arkansas in the United States, detached Marine De tachment, U. S. S. Arkansas, to the Army Signal School. Fort Monmouth, N. J„ to report not later than Sep tember 3. Waterman. First Lieut. Hawley C.. on or about August 7. detached Marine Barracks. Quantico. Va.. to the Army Motor Transport School, Camp Holabird, Md. Authorized to Put a Twinkle in Your Eyes with Corrective Glasses CORRECTLY fitted glasses remove that weary look so common to those suffering from eye strain. 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Okla Author ised to delay reporting until Oc tober I. —'■in.. m — .— GERMAN TEXTILE MILLS ORDERED TO CUT WORK Shortage of Raw Material Is Cited in Government Reduction. By the Associated Press BERLIN. July 21—The Oerman textile industry was sharply curtailed yesterday by an order of the Reich's ministry of economics because of an acknowledged shortage of raw mate rial Effective July 23. spinning and weaving mills in Germany were or dered to work no longer than 36 hours a week, except for the most urgent reasons The ministry ordered that Imports of fibrous materials be restricted to the lowest level possible because of the scarcity of foreign exchange. Ex isting stocks must be rigorously econ omised. said the order. No new spin ning plants may be erected, and price movements will be watched carefully by authorities. CHEST SPEAKERS MEET The Community Chest's next "speech clinic" will be held at 6 pm Thursday at Children's Hospital, with J O. Mm tin m charge. The "clinics " attended by 40 to 50 potential speakers for the Chest cam paign, are held to present sample talks, with the audience invited to analyze the addresses. By this sys tem Chest officials hope to have an adequate staff of speakers when the next drive gets under way. LOVE SUIT PRINCIPAL WEDS ST. LOUIS MAN Ann Sharer of Alliance. Ohio. Married to Shoe Mannfac* turer Last February. Bt >h» AuwliM Pr«M. ALLIANCE. Ohio. July Jl—The marriage of Miu Ann Sharer of Al* j Uance. who once wai sued for 190.000 for alienation of a Wilmington. Del., broker's affections, to Harry Barnes , Johansen of St. Louts. Mo . was an nounced yesterday. Johansen, a shoe manufacturer, married Miss Sharer February 3 at Waukegan. Ill They will make their I home In St. Louis. The former Miss Sharer, niece of Col. William Morgan, millionaire Al liance manufacturer, became Involved in the alienation suit In Cleveland In I 1933 as the result of an alleged ship board romance with Theodore W Canning, young Wilmington broker. Canning at that time was married, but had filed suit for divorce. It was reported he Intended to marry Misa Sharer However. Canning later found It Im possible to obtain the divorce and the suit by his wife against Miss Sharer followed. ■' ■ ♦ .— ■ '■ ■■ D. C. Woman Heads Beta Chi. Mrs. May Cole of this city was elected national president of the Beta Chi national sorority at its conven tion in South Bend, Ind.. last week. Another Washingtonian, Miss Marga ret Dougherty, was named national secretary. Other officers are: Miss Eileen Lane, Chicago, national vice j president; Miss Fern Russell, Elkhart, f Ind., national treasurer. FORMER SENATOR ODDIE DECLINES TO RUN AGAIN Declare! Team In Offlca Hava Made Private Buainaaa a Neceastty. By the Associated rr«*« RENO. Nev., July 21.—Tasker L Oddle. Republican, former United Slates Senator and one-time Oovernor of Nevada, announced yesterday he would not be a candidate for public office this year Oddle had been regarded as a pos sible candidate for the United States Senate post held by Key Pittman "My many years of public service,” Oddle said, "have made It necessary for me to devote mvself to my private interests hereafter." Senator Pittman has not ypt filed notice, but Is regarded as a certain candidate. MURDER IS CHARGED Farmer Captured With Woman's Body to Fare Grand Jury. SHAKOPEE. Minn.. July 21 (JD — Harold E. Stassen. Dakota County at torney. yesterday announced he would call a special grand Jury to seek the Indictment of Harry Loren*. 35. Roae mont farmer, for the slaying Thurs day of Mrs. Mary Tschlda, 42, St. Paul. Stassen said Lorens, who was cap tured by officers as he drove along a highway with the nude body of the woman In a truck, had confessed and expressed a desire to plead guilty as soon as possible. He will seek an Indictment on second-degree murder charges, Stas sen said. The woman, a widow, was beaten to death on Lorens' farm. Officers said the farmer was intoxi cated and he and the woman had quarreled over money. NEAR-SLAVERY SEEN IN TEXTILE MILLS Soathern Convention Heart Con dition! Scored—Strike* Called Inevitable. By th* Associat'd Press SPARTANBURO. « C.. July 21 — The stretchout" system was de scribed as the greatest problem con fronting textile workers by delegate* to the South Carolina Federation of Textile Workers In an executive ses sion yesterday. L E. 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