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Home Canvass Begun
In $100,000 Drive
For Police Boys' Club
Hershey Says Country
Must Train Its Youth,
Cites Draft Rejections
Seeking $100,000 to carry on the
work of the Metropolitan Police
Boys’ Club, some 500 volunteer
solicitors today began a house-to
' house canvass after hearing Brig.
Gen. Lewis B. Hershey. Selective
Service director, declare that Amer
ica must train its manpower in
youth.
Gen. Hershey, speaking at the
opening of the drive at the Willard
Hotel last night, said that by proper
training of youth America could
overcome the neglect which led to
rejection for physical unfitness of
half of the 3,000.000 men called for
service.
Democracies, he said, are not fully
appreciative of the necessities of
developing skills, both mental and
physical, in their youths. He pointed
to the extensive programs of phy
sical training of boys among the
dictatorships as indicative of their
awareness.
Gen. Hershey urged that the full
est effort be put into the drive,
declaring that the Police Boys’ Club
program gives to deserving youths
training of the mind, of the body
and of character.
Maj. Edward J. Kelly, superin
tendent of police, commended his
predecessor, Ernest W. Brown, for
his "foresight and wisdom” in de
veloping the clubs. In response
Maj. Brown traced the history of
the organization and stressed its
value in prevention of juvenile de
linquency.
Chief Kelly said that, although
present regulations prohibit police
men from soliciting or selling tick
ets for any cause while on duty,
tan effort is being made to obtain
volunteers to aid the campaign.
Ralph Goldsmith, chairman of
.the Campaign Committee, urged
: volunteers to “cover every citizen
of Washington.”
Morris Cafritz, club president,
presided. Entertainment was pro
vided by Perry Martin of Station
WRC. accompanied by Miss Grace
Shannon; the Keystone Quartet
of the Pennsylvania Railroad, the
Police Boys’ Club Band and the
club’s harmonica band.
24 Browne Junior Pupils
Receive Certificates
From First Assistant Supt. of
Schools Garnet C. Wilkinson. 124
students of Browne Junior High
School today received their certi
ficates of graduation at final exer
cises there.
Ruby Thornton gave the welcom
ing address and Antoinette Westray
•spoke on “What the Junior High
School Has Meant to Me.” Brumsic
Brandon, president, of the class,'
stressed the importance of further
education in his valedictory ad
dress. Presentation of honor awards ;
Was by Principal William B. Stinson.
Graduates and their schools are:
To Arnstr«RK.
Allen. Ernest Berry. V. Ruth
Brandon. Brumsic Bridgeforth. Eleanor
Brown, Norris A. Ooatea, Annie M. I*
-Dunmore George F, Don. Louise F.
Garnett. Leon Lee Freeman. Bose M.
Gross. Melvin g»ady, Annie L.
Hart. Alonzo D. M C"
Hill Roeer W HtwKin*. Hiiaa M.
JtSmSf. Melvin R. Hendterson. yjol. M.
Jones, Benjamin pJSBSC* **
Jones, Wilbert U a T
Lewis, Georse H. SKtSSJ’vS?* A
oieSrmrMirt*? N«8«i.virl5i
p.rter i■ Porter. Vivian LaJ.
Reynolds. MaWe
^ ! t Stevenson, M. Vera
I1! e. Studevent. Sarah O.
TC‘ Summers, Nancy L.
Talbert. Robert L, Turner. Alberta S.
Thomas. Percy E. Webb. Daisy B.
Thompson. Shelby J. Wilson. Elsie
Walker. Ihimont A. Wood. Marlon
Wallace. Warren H.
Te Dunbar.
Foster. George E. Coleman. Dolores
Hicks. Leslie Coleman. Marjorie E.
Hope. Eugene Franklin. Louise
Jackson. Arthur Houston. Helen
Lawson. Andrew L-e. Audrey
Marvitte. Euaene Mitchell. Audrey
Smith. Calvin Patterson. Viola
Smith. Robert R. Simon. Clarice
Allen Fannie Snriggs. Rebecca
.Anderson. Muriel Stewart. Ida Mae
Ballard. Muriel Thornton. Ruby
Brooks. Janette Williams, Dezorah
„ „_ To Phelps.
Kemp. William D.
T» Cirdowi
Alston Joseph Jackson, H T.
Bailey. Milton Johnson. Carrie
Beverly. Daniel Johnson. O. M.
Boykins. Reginald Jones. F A.
Colbert. James Myles. M. G.
Evans. Earl Hickens. Eleanor D,
Kitt. Joseph Patterson. R. Ray
Mayo. Macro Powell. Dolores D.
Perry. Alnhonko E. Powers. Sarah Lua
Shaw. John Proctor, Lenore
.Smith. W. S. Queen. Goldie
Tibbs James M. Ruffin. Canless
IWhlTP. Mason W. Sampson. Doris V
Wright. C. W. Savoy. Lillie Mary
. Bailey. Evelyn Simmons S. M.
■ Bell. Annie Mae Smith. Effle M.
Bell. Dorothy T. Smith. Laura V.
Bcoe. Vivian E Summers. Elame
Browne- Marie M. Thomas. Mary E.
-Carter. E. A. Westrav. A.
Coles. Isadora E White. L E
Cunningham. Irene Williams. Anna L
Derrick. Helen E Williams. Eloise a.
Fleming, Frances G. Winston, Mary
Gibson. Bernice P. Woodson. Muriel E.
Hawkins. Ivls B Young. Elsie L.
Hodge. Thelma T.
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to see that not a pound of paper
is wasted. Demand from every
cleric that any unnecessary
wrapping of packages or un
necessary use of paper bags be
dispensed with.
Do not burn newspapers but,
when you have saved enough
for a bundle, give them to the
school children who are co
operating in the defense pro
gram with the parent-teacher
organization in The Star’s cam
paign for reclaiming old news
papers.
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