Times Republican Marshalltown, Iowa ~
Negro Waac Officers In Recruiting Talk
"W. A. A. ;C. training offers the Negro woman an opportunity to help win the war and receive valuable vocational training for peace activities which follow the I war. It offers equal opportunity | for service by both white and colored women."
So declared Third Officer Char-line May, of Omaha, Neb., now in charge of the Negro recruiting office at Kansas City, Mo., for the Seventh service command in a meeting at the Y. W. C. A. rooms in Marshalltown Wednesday.
The visiting recruiting officer went with the first class to be trained at Fort Des Moines and was commissioned on Aug. 29. She explained various phases of the training program and told of the benefits accruing from that training to members of her race Two complete Negro companies
are now in training at Fort Hua- < chuca, Ariz., she said.
The meeting here Wednesday, h arranged especially for Third Officer May's
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