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D. C. Guard to Open
Drive for Recruits
At Review Tuesday
Commissioners to Be
Among Honor Guests;
Awards to Be Given
A drive for recruits to swell the
ranks of the District of Columbia
National Guard by more than 550
men will be launched officially
Tuesday night, when the entire local
Guard forces will be presented in a i
review on the Mall drill field by
Brig. Gen. Albert L. Cox, command
er. Col. John W. Oehmann, 121st
Engineers, will command the troops
for the review.
The drill field is between Fourth
and Sixth streets, north of Mary
land avenue S.W.. and the review
will get under way at 9 pm., it has
been announced.
All units, with the exception of
the 260th Coast Artillery and the
121st Engineers, will march in con
formance with the new War De
partment drill regulations, Gen.
Cox said.
Honor Guests at Review.
Honor guests at the review will
include the three District Com
missioners, Frederic A. Delano,
chairman of the National Capital
Park and Planning Commission;
John Nolan, jr., and T. S. Settle,
director and secretary, respectively,
of the commission, and other mem
bers. Other guests will include
Col. Richard Wetherill, U. S. A.,
Maj. Daniel J. Donovan, District
auditor, and Capt. Patrick H. Tan
sey.
During the review Gen. Cox will
present trophies to the winners of
.the pistol matches held by the
members of the Guard at Camp
Simms last Sunday. The award to
the team having the highest score
wm De presented to the State Staff
Detachment team, which had a
score of 282.11 as compared with
the second high score of the 29th
Military Police Company, Special
Troops, which scored 275.50. The
winning State Staff Detachment
team was captained by Maj. Just C.
Jensen, who will be awarded the
trophy for the highest individual
score. Maj. Jensen, who also cap
tained the District Guard team at
Camp Perry, Onio, last month, had
the high individual score of 96.33
in last Sunday's matches, in which
14 teams and 75 individual marks
men competed.
Attendance Trophy.
Another award to be presented at
the review will be the Veterans of
Foreign Wars Trophy given each
year to the company having the
highest average attendance for a
year. This award will be presented
by George G. MeLeish, commander
of the District of Columbia Depart
ment of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars.
The drive for a new personnel,
which was authorized recently by
the War Department in line with
President Roosevelt's plan to bring
United States military strength to
an all-time high during peace, will
add 552 men to the District Guard.
The 260th Coast Artillery (anti
aircraft) commanded by Col. Wal
ter W. Burns, will be the nucleus of
the added strength. The outfit,
which within a short while will
have equipment valued at more
than $2,500,000. would bear the
brunt of defense of the Nation's
Capital, should this citv ever be
attacked by air.
Astrologers to Elect
Officers Thursday
The Washington Astrological As
sociation will hold its annual busi
ness meeting and election of offi
cers at 7:45 pm. Thursday in the
Raleigh Hotel. The president,
Ernest A. Grant, will preside. Fol
lowing the business session and
elections there will be a talk on the
"Astrological Import of the Europe
an Situation" after which there
will be informal discussion among
those present.
Merle C. Spencer is chairman of
the Nominating Committee.
The local group was organized
two years ago. Last June it acted
as host.to the American Astrological
Association for its annual conven
tion.
Memorial for Hero
Marble slabs shipped from Italy
will be used in the erection of a
mausoleum'in Cuba in memory of
Gen. Lacret of the Cuban War of
Independence.
Army Air Corps
Has Openings
—For Cooks
Washington youths who itch to
get in the Army Air Corps now
won't have to know how to fly a
plane. And they won’t have to ful
fill the usual requirement of a high
school education or equivalent me
chanical training.
All they need is to be nimble at
peeling and boiling spuds.
The Army recruiting station here
issued a call yesterday for cooks to
serve with the Air Corps at Langley
Field, Va„ giving assurance that "to
applicants qualifying, other educa
tional and occupational require
ments have been waived."
Successful applicants will he fitted
up in snappy Air Corps uniforms,
says Sergt. Norman W- Morgan, in
charge of the station, "but, of
course, they'll have to stay in the
kitchens.”
Other special vacancies provide
for service with the medical depart
ment at Fort Belvoir, Va.; Fort
Meade, Md.; Fort Monroe, Va., and
the Army Medical Center here
There are also*general vacancies for
colored applicants, and openings in
the field artillery and engineers.
Autos in Philippines
Of the 2,166 passenger automo
biles registered in the Philippines
in the first seven months of this
year, 2,030 were made in North
America.
Relief for Spanish
Refugees in France
Urged at Session
Intergovernmental
Commission Hears
Plea for Assistance
A plea that the Intergovern
mental Commission on Refugees
initiate efforts to aid Spanish Loyal
ists now held in French concentra
tion camps was voiced yesterday by
officers of the Spanish Refugee Re
lief Campaign, nosy holding a na
tional conference in the Harrington
Hotel.
Douglas Jacobs, campaign direc
tor, just returned from an inspection
of "deplorable” conditions in the
French camps, declared that the
Intergovernmental Commission "has
ignored the existence of a Spanish
refugee problem.”
The commission, headed by the
United States delegate, Myron C.
Taylor, former chairman of the
United States Steel Corp., was
formed largely to relieve persecu
tion of Jews in Germany.
The condition of the Spanish
exiles is becoming more desperate
since France went to war, Mr.
Jacobs said, since the French gov- !
ernment can no longer bear the ex
pense of supporting them. “And
Franco has frightened the French
by telling them the Spanish govern
ment will consider it an unfriendly
act if the Loyalists should be en
rolled in the French Army.”
“Chile and Mexico have set no
top limit to the number of Spanish
refugees they will accept. An effort
should be made to use American
ships for trans-Atlantic transporta
tion just as soon as American citi
zens have been evacuated from
Europe,” he suggested.
The Rev. Herman F. Reissig of
New York, executive secretary of the
campaign, gave his official report
during afternoon sessions. Panel
meetings on resettlement, reprisals
and amnesty and emergency relief
were held during the evening.
At 10 o'clock this morning John
P. Davis, executive secretary - of
the National Negro Congress, will
speak. Members will hear Harold
Lund, member of the President’s
Conference on Children in a De
mocracy, at the afternoon session.
Dean of U. S. Woman
Politicians Returns
To Aid G. 0: P. in '40
Mrs. Simms to Learn
Views; Has Attended
Conventions Since '96
By the Asiocieted Presi.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 7.—Mrs.
Ruth Hanna McCormick Simms,
dean of American woman politicians,
came to Philadelphia today, an
nouncing she is returning to politics
after an eight-year lapse to devote
her time to the Republican cam
paign in 1040.
“I am starting out to make a
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tour of the Eastern States to Inter
view the leading Reoublicans and
get their views on policies and
candidates for the pre-convention
campaign,” she said in an inter
view.
Mrs. Simms, daughter of Mark
Hanna, widow of Senator Medill
McCormick of Illinois, the wife of
former Representative Albert Simms
of New Mexico, has been absent
from politics since she was defeated
for the Senate by James Hamilton
Lewis in 1930.
Mrs. Simms, who has attended
every Republican national conven
tion since 1896, declared the Eu
ropean wifr must not be allowed
"to obscure the issues of the 1940
campaign.”
Asked if she had any particular
man in mind as the Republican
presidential candidate, she replied:
"Candidates? We can talk of
them later. The Republican party
has many good men. But the lead
ers should remember that this ia
hot a ward light, and not a scramble
of favorite sons for some trivial
personal or trading advantage.”
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