Pole, Told to Register
As German, Hangs Self
By the Associated Pres*.
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 5.—Worse
than death to Gustave M. Schartz
rock, a Pole who had lived in the
United States lor 30 years, was the
immigration service order that he
must register as a German enemy
Immigration authorities so ruled
because Mr. Schartzrock embarked
lor this country from Bremen, Ger
Last night a police report stated
he hanged himself at his home.
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Will Continue Work
In Japan, Philippines
House of Bishops Elects
Prelate for Manila Area,
By the Associated Pres*.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Feb. 5.-A
policy of continuing church work in
the Philippines and in Japan despite
the war was adopted here today by
tthe Episcopal Church through its
House of Bishops.
The policy was determined when
the house, composed of nearly 100
bishops, decided it would elect a new
bishop of the Philippines and desig
nate another bishop to look after in
terest; of the Episcopal Church in
The House elected the Right Rev.
Norman Binsted of Manila, former
American bishop of one of the
Episcopal Church’s dioceses in
Japan, as bishop of the Philippine
Islands. When last heard from, he
was carrying on his work in the
Manila area. He succeeds the late
Bishop G. F. Mosher.
The Rev. Everett Jones, rector of
St. Mark’s Church, San Antonio,
Tex., and member of the National
Council, was elected Bishop of
Honolulu, succeeding Bishop Har
rington Littell who resigned, and the
Rev. James Lindsay Patton of Berk
ley, Calif., was named bishop of the
San Joaquin, Calif., missionary dis
trict, succeeding Bishop Louis San
Completing the election of mis
sionary bishops, the House elected
the Rev. William Lewis, rector of
St. Paul’s, Burlington, Vt., as bishop
of Nevada; the Verv Rev. Prank
Rhea, dean of St. Michael's Cathe
dral at Boise. Idaho, as bishop of
Idaho; and the Rev. James Stoney
of Grace Church, Anniston, Ala.,
bishop of New Mexico. No change
was made in- the Status of the Sa
lina. Kans., district where Bishop
Shirley H. Nichols, formerly of
Japan, is acting by appointment.
The Right Rev. Charles S. Reif
snider, until last year president of
St. Paul’s University, Tokio, and
Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of
North Kwanto with headquarters in
Tokio, was designated to administer
the work with former missionaries
He also will represent the Amer
ican Episcopal Church in dealings
during the war with the now inde
pendent Japanese Episcopal Church.
Thus the House of Bishops re
fused to abandon connection with
Adoption of a pastoral letter or
statement which is expected to deal
largely with the present world sit
uation also is on the program today.
In connection with the statement,
Bishop Henry Wise Hobson of Cin
cinnati, national chairman of the
Fight for Freedom Committee, said:
"The church, along with every in
dividual and group in our country,
faces a testing period. We as bishops,
our clergy and our members cannot
escape this testing. We are going
to be subjected to relentless judg
ment, just aa our Army and naval
commanders were in connection
with Pearl Harbor. This judgment is
going to be based on one thing, and
one thing only; Our ability to pro
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Wrappers to Compete Tonight
In Contest to Conserve Paper
Two New Films to Be Previewed;
Best Packers to Get Defense Bonds
Twenty-five expert packers and
wrappers, representing Washing
ton’s leading stores, will compete
tonight in the bundle-wrapping con
test being sponsored by The Star,
in co-operation with the Merchants
& Manufacturers’ Association, in
the auditorium of the United
States Chamber of Commerce at H
street and Connecticut avenue. The
contest will start at 8 o’clock.
Intended to demonstrate efficient
methods of wrapping and packing
to conserve the dwindling supplies
of craft paper and other packing
materials, the contestants will com
pete for a total of $145 in Defense
bonds and savings stamps offered
by The star and Murray & Heister,
dealers in paper boxes.
Preview of Two Pictures.
As an added attraction for the
audience there will also be* a pre
view of two new pictures, Warner
Bros.' “Calling All Girls," a musi
cal subject, and Walt Disney’s new
Donald Duck feature, “New Spirit.”
These two pictures have not been
placed on public exhibition, but will
be shown starting Friday in many
of the city’s moving picture theaters.
Those who will compete in the
wrapping contests are Mrs. Mary
K. Dodson, Raleigh Haberdasher;
Mrs. Margaret Hendley, Mrs. Ethel
Via and Herman T. Phillips. S.
Kann Sons Co.; Mrs. Bernice Simp
son, Mrs. Lillian Eberhart and Mrs.
Ethel Warren, Goldenbergs; I. Say
lor and Mrs. Fanny Franklin, Frank
R. Jelleff, Inc.; Mrs. Maxine Chaney
and Benson Phelps. Palais Royal,
Inc.; Mrs. Edith Moore, Miss Eliza
beth Mayer and Miss Elizabeth
Long, the Hecht Co.; Miss Enid
Weaver, G. C. Murphy Co.; Mrs.
Dorothy Rich, Julius Garflnckel &
Co.; Miss Minnie Walton, Miss Es
telle Scott and Robert Fleming,
Lansburgh & Bro.; Mrs. Viola Reldy,
Mrs. Estelle Raymond and Mrs.
Nettie Lumpkin. Woodward & Loth
rop, and Mrs. Sidney Hudson, Mrs.
Margaret Miller and James Pierce
of Peoples Drug Stores.
The contestants will enter various
classes and In addition there will
be several demonstrations and talks
by Fleming Newbold, vice president
and business manager of The Star,
and Garland Shortt, operating man
ager of Lansburgh’s.
At the conclusion of the contest
there will be an entertainment pro
gram Including a skit by Lans
burgh’s players and songs by Perry
Martin, radio star, and Socrates
A motion picture taken during
air raids In Engird, demonstrating
the operation of air-raid precau
tions and rescue work, will follow.
The prizes will be awarded by the
Judges, Mrs. Arthur C. Watkins,
president of the Federation of
Womens Clubs, and Mrs. P. c.
Ellett, president of the District of
Columbia Congress of Parents and
The ceremonies and entertain
ment are open to the public with
Bad Weather Fails to Hinder
Paper Salvaging Drive Here
Many Help Pupils
In Star-P.-T. A.
Despite bad weather, reports from
the first schools visited in The
Evening Star-P.-T. A. Salvage for
Victory Campaign today indicated
no let-up in enthusiasm of the co
operating pupils and schools.
There is a growing number of
calls from persons who have paper
they would like to turn over to the
schools but who lack means of
sending it in. Nearest schools are
Informed of such offers and mem
bers of school committees pick up
Any one desiring to help in the
campaign are asked to send a po6t
card or letter to the nearest school
and arrangements will be made for
Children eager to help in the war
program find in this salvage pro
gram a chance to aid the Nation.
There i» a growing interest in a
proposal by P.-T. A. groups to invest
surplus revenue from the paper col
lections in Defense bonds as a form
of endowment fund for future P.-T.
A. work, campaign leaders said.
Little Congress to Honor
Members in Uniforms
An honor roll of members of the
Little Congress now serving in the
armed forces is being drawn up by
a committee, it was announced
Members of the committee are
Maximiano Marmito Villareal. Betty
Doneline and Edward Casey.
Former speakers of the Little
Congress now in the service include
Lyndon Johnson, James Swist and
The Little Congress is made up
of secretaries of Senators and Rep
Five to Be Inducted
Five registrants will report Satur
day at the Montgomery County
local Board No. 1 in Rockville for
Army induction. They are Paul
Leland Matthews and Phillip Reed,
Jr., Rockville; Woodrow Dove, Ger
mantown: Elvey Helton. Mount
Airy, and Newton Franklin Butts,
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The following is the schedule
for paper collection in The Eve
ning Star-P.-T. A. Salvage for
Victory campaign in the fifth dis
trict, with the five leaders and
their poundage to date:
Kingman . 4,052
Browne Junior. Logan.
Young. Stuart Junior.
Street to Be Named rRizalr
In Honor of Filipino Hero
One of the new streets to be
opened In Friendship, the McLean
estate on Wisconsin avenue, when
the defense housing project Is built
there, will be named by the Com
missioners after Joee Rizal, Filipino
hero who was one of the leaders In
the revolt against Spain.
In announcing this decision to
day, the Commissioners referred to
Rizal as one who “lighted the torch
of liberty in the Philippines.”
Rizal was executed by the Span
iards, December 30, 1896. about two
years before Admiral Dewey won
the Battle of Manila Bay.
Tex Rickard's Gift
Of $700 for Church
Recalled by Bishop
By the Associated Preaa.
JACKSONVILLE. Fla.. Feb.
5.—A story of a $700 donation
i by the late Tex Rickard, sports
promoter, for construction of a
church in a Western gold-rush
town more than 40 years ago
was told yesterday by an 81
year-old clergyman attending
the session of the Episcopal
House of Bishops here.
The Right Rev. William H.
Moreland, retired, of Delray
Beach, Fla., said that he went
to Goldfield, Nev., then a boom
ing gold-rush town of 5,000, and
found only one church.
One of the first citizens he
called on for a contribution to
build an Episcopal church was
the manager of the principal
saloon and gambling house.
The place was doing a thriving
business and the clergyman was
shown the piles of gold coins in
a vault and the gambling ma
chines in operation? Then the
manager, Rickard, donated $700
for the church.
"I want to lay a wreath on
the memory of Tex Rickard,”
Bishop Moreland said.
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Three D. C. Men Elected
Reform Group Officers
Three of the new officers of the
International Reform Federation
are Washingtonians, it has been an
nounced by Clinton M. Howard,
Dr. W. S. Abemethy, pastor of
the Calvary Baptist Church, is vice
president; Dr. George S. Duncan,
treasurer, and Robert H. McNeill,
legal advisor. TTie president is Dr.
D. Leish Colvin of New York and
Dr. O. R. Miller of Albany la secre
Washington members of the new
board of trustees are Dr. Oscar F.
Blackwelder, Dr. Frederick Brown
Harris, Senator Capper of Kansas,
Representative Guyer of Kansas and
Clyde D. Garrett.
Mr. Howird was also re-elected
as general superintendent at the
47th annual meeting of the trustees,
held at the federation’s headquar
ters, 134 B street NJS.
The United States Coast Guard
Sir Brian H. F. Barttelot,
British Admiral, Dies
■y the Associated Prin.
LONDON, Feb. 8.—Admiral Sir
Brian Herbert Falrbairn Barttelot,
retired, died last night at his home
In Torquay. He was 74 years old.
Sir Brian, who Joined the navy as
a cadet In 1881, became a rear ad
miral in 1918, vice admiral in 1923
and admiral in 1927.
During World War I he was cap
tain superintendent of the Clyde dis
trict from 1914 to 1917 and com
manded the battleship Resolution la
1917-8. He was admiral superin
tendent of the Malta dockyard from
1918 to 1931. He served as director
of dockyards and repairs from 1933
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COME AS A GUEST—TOMORROW NIGHT
LEARN TO SPEAK
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meetings, boards, clubs, and audiences of all kinds
MAy I MAKE A
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Whon You Consider a Spook
ing C our to You Aro Justified
in Asking: “What Is tho
Background of tho Ono Who
Will Actually Bo My Coach?”
Granville Jacobi, the organixer
and director of this course, has
- PERSONALLY trained mors Gov
ernment, business and professional
men and women to speak effec
tively before groups, during the last
four years, than any other instruc
tor in the United States.
This is his 12th season in Wash
Wide experience, not only as an
instructor, but also as a practical
businessman. Held key positions in
direct sales, tales promotion and
sales training with The Celotex
Corporation, world's largest manu
facturers of structural insulation
and acoustical materials.
And younger men on their
way up, front the following
have profited from Granville
Jacobs' method of coaching.
Km National Bank
American Security A Tract Company
National Broadcastin* Company
Peonies Drat Stores
Woodward A Lothrop
Perpetual Buildint Association
C. A P. Telephone Co.
Army War Collece
Army and Naval Officers
Bureau of Standards
General Aeeountlnr * Office
Department of Justice
Deconstruction Finance Corporation
War Production Board
Also members of the Con
gress of the United States of
America, officers of the U. 5.
Navy and Army, well-known
attorneys, dentists and physi
cians. They will tell you the
tuition for this course was
one of the best investments
they ever made.
Here are three men who are thinkers...
men with ability . . . men with IDEAS
these men are different
IThis man can
conduct a meet
ing and speak
acceptably b e -
fore groups but he real- ,
izes that guided practice
will add refinements
which will mean more
prestige, added poise,
richer rewards. He is a
successful executive and
will take this training.
2 The second per
son has the cour
age to partici
pate in a meet
ing but he is uncomfort
able and "hand con
scious" while doing it.
One or two from the au
dience politely say, "You
made a good talk," but
in this person's own mind
he wonders for a week just
what the rest thought.
3 The third has
just as many
ideas as the
other two, but he
is held fast to his chair
by undue modesty or sur
plus nervousness caused
simply by the lack of
speaking practice. Some
one else gets the credit
by expressing this per
ALL THREE TYPES, men and women, will
be members of the group now forming in
The GRANVILLE B. JACOBS COURSE f»
TALKING and THINKING ON YOUR FEET
plus Strategy in Dealing With People
HERE ARE EIGHT THINGS YOU WILL
GET THROUGH THIS TRAINING
0 Provides o Practical Sotting in Which
to practice effective speaking, In the
company of other people who have the
courage to admit a handicap and the
vision to do something about it. Your
audience will be co-operative. Every one
will be there for the same purpose.
• Equips You with Self Assurance; ban
ishes audience fear. Address arry group
or individual without embarrassment.
• Sharpens Your Thinking when under pres
sure of platform speaking or conference
% Expends Your Vocabulary; use words In
speech and writing with greater precision
• Enriches the Tonal Qualities of Your Voice.
• Gives You e Workable System for Re
membering Names, faces and what you
intend to say.
• Enables You fu Target1 Your Stenog
grapher and dictate effective letters with
0 Develops Your Power to Spook Extempo
AS A GUEST
Friday, Feb. 6
This meeting he* been ar
ranged to enable yen to judge for
yourself the value of this twining.
You will bear graduates, men and
women, give abort talks.
They represent various well
known Washington business fines,
professions and Government de
Yon must see what this train
ing ha* dene for ethers te realise
hew it can profit pen.
Don’t procrastinate — come,
judge for yourself.
Both Men and Women Welcome
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Your country's Victory Program needs men and women who can talk and think on their
feet—effectively! Prepare yourself now for greater leadership and greater opportunity.
MAKE 1942 COUNT!
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