NEW CCC GOAL TO DRAW ENROLLEES A new CCC goal which will pro- oungm1tetbetOctoberen iXeoftheCCCtbanevebe- r-tv'C of Public WO-rive WO-rive and selecting agent. fa!.The boys of the CCC have not been trained in the manua l ot ai ms and .lose order dn but they have lpnrned other things u' hen Ire vital cogs in the system " national defense. Now they are men too valuable to be handed a gun and sent into the front lines, Mr. Smith said. Previously CCC youths were pn manly working on projects of ie-forestation, ie-forestation, forest improvement, and protection, soil erosion prevention, pre-vention, flood control, wildlife restoration, res-toration, public range development and outdoor recreation. Under present plans the corps will modi, fv its present program to compete compe-te the limit of its ability the needs of industry and the national defense de-fense departments. "If war comes, CCC youths will be specialists in their respective fields. They will be invaluable m non-combatant technique which is as vital in warfare as the actual firing of a gun. Thousands of them have been trained in the workings of an engine and as modern warfare war-fare depends on mechanized units these same men will repair and keep in working order the machines of war. CCC youths know army-discipline, army-discipline, first aid, and through the many specialized fields of training available to them they have become welders, cooks, telephone tele-phone men, photographers, radio men and even parachute jumpers. Their specialized skills win , utilized by the army in the evr of war keeping them off the ft, lines. For this reason we eip a large number of boys to sPl for enrollment to the CCC,'1 y Smith said. Any young man between their of 17 and 23, who is unmarriei citizen of the United States pV sically fit to do vigorous work r who is unemployed and in , of employment is qualified should apply immediately to local selecting agent at the y ty department of public welfare fice.