Tribune-Times Ames, Iowa
Spars Recruit in Ames
Ensign Leffler Ensign Marrll
Young Ames women- will have an opportunity to see "Battle Stations," a new 10-mlnute short on the Co»st Guard and their women's reserve, the SPARS, and at the same time lo talk to SPARS about application into their organization tomorrow, Friday md Saturday.
The movie, narrated by Ginger Rogers and James Cagney. will he shown at the Collegian theatrfl tomorro* and at the "New Ames" Friday and Saturday. Each afternoon ttnd evening a SPAR will bp on duty at the theatre to give information and to interview.
Ensign Mary L. LefMer, former Ames Tribune employe, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Rex Leffler, of 3217 little, will be accompanied to her home town by Yeoman 8-c Juliana Marcll, of Troy. New York.
The two SPARS will be glad to talk to women between the iges of 20 and 35 who have at least two years of high school and a-ho have a business background.
Openings In 22 ratings recently were announced for this branch of the service. New schools recently opened Include pharmacist mates. Columbia University. New York CHy; Chaplain's assistants at William and Mary college; Radiomen at Atlantic City; Parachute riggers at Lakehurst. New Jersey, and gunners mates in Alameda, California.
Joe Gerbracht. manager of the Ames Theatre company, announced that booths would be open at the two Ames theatres during the showing of the film "Battle Stations."
The one-reel film dramatizes the work of 'he SPARS and st a regular war Information release of the War Activities committee of th» motion picture industry.
Miss 'Rogers Is the "voice" of the SPAR and Cacney is the "voice" of the Coast Guardsman.
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