Des Moines, Iowa
WAACs Hear Cowles Tell Of Russian Women's Role
He quoted encouraging developments in the spread of United Nations air bases throughout the world and predicted that we are prepared to move a great amount of material by air.
He was introduced by Lieut. Col. A. C* Morgan, acting commandant of the post. Thi class which was graduated Saturday included seven women who had entered as auxiliaries. The graduation was preceded by a review by Lieutenant Colonel Morgan, Maj. H. B. Fredericks, and Maj. W A. Higgs of the school and Maj. G. T. Gifford of W^i^fcD. C.
Women frho aid the war fort of tlie United Nations throughout tpe world wer praised Saturday by Gardner Cowles, jr., in an address to the sixth graduating class of the women's army auxiliary corps at Fort Des Moines.
Cowles, domestic director of the office of war information and president of The Register and Tribune Company, told the 93 women who were commissioned third officers of his r
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