Velma E Popoczy 4/16/45

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or Issued private became the at on officials In it residential areas , the same, fairly widespread with many persons sweeping leaves, dead grass and other refuse into streets. City officials urged that all such refuse be placed in containers so that it can be hauled away. If all persons cooperate, officials said, Masslllon will be a clean city. KILL BE HEMSBIff To Aid Recruitment Effort Effort Of Local Red Cross Chapter Capt. Velma Popoczy of the Army Nurse corps will come to this city Tuesday to assist (h^ MassiUon chapter of the American Red Cross in recruitment of nurses. She will arrive here at 9:30 a. m. to meet with Mis* Irene Dzurb, local nurse recruitment representative at the Massillon city hospital, At 10 o'clock she will address senior senior nursing students and graduates at the Massillon state hospital and following that talk .will return to the city hospital .to speak to graduates graduates at a luncheon. At 2 p. m. she will address a senior, senior, girls' assembly at Washington high school with her stay to be concluded with a tea at 3:30 at the city hospital to which graduates of the schools pt nursing of the Massillon Massillon city and Massillon state hospitals hospitals are invited. Capt. Popoczy at present is in Canton working with its Red Cross nurse recruitment committee. A graduate of Mt. Carmel school nursing at Columbus, Cap Popcory tnlut«* in the Ann? Nu>» corps in November, 1942. She wa assigned to the office of thVehl« nurse at Wakeman General hc$ pital, Camp Atterbury, Ind., and a present is assigned by the army t aid the R«d Cross nurse recruit menfc committees in northern Ohl in the procurement.^ nurses. At present Bed. Cross recruUmen committees in 304 cities are -en deavoring to provide 10,OOQ nurse required for trie avmy and 4,00 needed by the navy. The need for militaiy nurses ha become desperate as a, result of soo per cent increase in the casualt rate of the armed force* of 'thi. nation since the invasion ot Franc last June. An average of 12,QQQ sic and wounded m«n are being return ed to this country each- week, tha rate being the highest of the war The need for nurses is heightene by the fact that the medical de parttneiit last spring ,was require to activate hospitals it 1 had 'not ex pected to .organize before spring That was made necessary by th ever-increasing number of seriou casualties resulting from heav fighting on al! war fronts. The Red Cross has been pro viding nurses in war time since 190 and has acted -as official recruitin agency for the Army Nurse corp since 19J2. r WITH NOTICE .\o. 336!*S Artipp. Doc. 3g p age 100 k Henry M. Potts ot Sfasslllon, Ohio has been riuly appolnled and niialifie as Administrator With Will Annex* of the Will of JMIwH,,! 1 !, P,!Vi.*"i eo Count 5 r . Phio. Datea April IF*.,.-..... X, At tor MCA*. of y^uWSIk Pr ° bai ' JUd * NOTICE M ,i B, lmr - D °e- 3S Page 2(5 Ohfn h 'I?'* 101 '" "' R ' -• i5 »«lHo Ulllo. has be«r) duly appoijited an qualified RB AdmlMlstVati-lx or U>« E"

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  1. The Evening Independent,
  2. 16 Apr 1945, Mon,
  3. Page 11

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