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·.. __ 1 __ f f PATRIOTICSJCIZTIQS, VETERANS* ORGANIZATIONS AND AUXILIARIES 2 ?_AMERlCAN __,_ LEGTON, MAN O'WAR POST—#$ (National American Legion), 117 Vest Main A Street, Lexington. Founded 1919. Commander, Abram Merritt, 150 Wabash Drive, _ Lexington. Adjutant, Herbert H. Greene, 129 Hamilton Park, Lexington. Telep- _ hone 4855-R. Terms expire June, 1945. ‘ » Membership:. 579. Open to veterans of DorldlN;r'1with honorable discharge. j . I i Committees: Finance, Roy M. Browm; Publicity, Henry A. Hettel; Americanism, { Benjamin F4 F. Needham, Dr. L. N. Leonard; Service and Child Welfare, Jos- ` ` eph L; Kennedy, all of Lexington. “ ? PUTRCSG; To promote Americanism, welfare of disabled veterans and their p dependents. · . I - I Normal Civic Activities: Cboperating with all civic and welfare organizatipns A in improving public safety and child welfare. V . "‘ ° Defense Activities; Engaged in Collection of Scrap Metals and;Other Metals, r Recreation, Teaching Literacy Classes for Aliens and others, Teaching Amer- ` icanizations Classes for Aliens and Others. Interested in Auxiliary Police, Air Raid Warden Service, Civilian Aircraft Warning Service, Auxiliary Fire Protection, Salvage Demolition Service, Motor Corps Service, Ambulance·Ser-, § vice, Operation of Canteens, Child Care. V =' ’ ‘ Q · -·’ pc I Local Publications: None. L ; i . V 5 _ _ ` AAERICAN LEGION AUKILIARY, CURRY BRECKINPIDGE UNIT {National American Leg- ‘ I ion Auxiliary), c/o Mrs. E. F. Pile, 116 Louisiana Avenue, Lexington, Founded 1920. President, Mrs. E. F._Pile. Telephone 6945-M. Secretary, Mrs . A. M. Papania, 425`Ridgeway Road, Lexington. Telephone 8276. Terms expire M 1945. ‘ .~ .· _ . _ Membership; 168. Open_to wife, daughter or sister of veterans of World ~ar 1. I p _ Committees; Welfare, Mrs. Alvin Stilz; Rehabilitation, Hrs. C. AQ Thornton; National Defense, Miss Mary Clarke; Community Service, Mrs. Mary Potts, all of Lexington. ` ipc `wg L4i` j Purpose; Promote child welfare, Americanism, rehabilitation of veterans, ‘ . _ Rational Defense,_Community Service. 1 in Normal Civic Activities: Aiding veterans families and cooperating with all other community agencies. ‘ j e — , Defense Activities: Interested in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dress- ' ings, Red Cross Assistanec,_Family Social Service in Industrial Areas, Child Cafe, Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals, Entertainment, Recreation, Collecting Books, Typing and Other Clerical Assistance. . " Local Publications; Nonei ‘ * l V - ‘ I