ARMY & NAVY: Courts Martial

For the first time in the history of the U. S. Navy, two women were court- martialed. Ruth M. Anderson and Katherine. C. Glancy, naval nurses, were charged with bringing forbidden liquors into the U. S. in their luggage aboard the U. S. S. Kittery.

Miss Anderson was tried first. Six officers in white uniforms with decorations and sabres constituted the austere court. Lieutenant Gordon of the Marine Corps was prosecutor. Lieutenant Horan of the Marine Corps was counsel for the defense. Miss Anderson testified that, at Guantanamo, she received a package as a...

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