Evening Tribune Des Moines, Iowa
Seek Women For SPARS
RecmitingApersinnel of the SPARs, tfoastWuaru women's reserve, vQU- belin Des Moines to accept applicaflons lor the service the second completelweek of each month startingjMonday for an indefinite period;
Applicants can take their physical examinations and enlist in Des Moines. All SPARs report for training at Palm Beach, Fla., three weeks after enlisting.
The training period in from six weeks to six months, depending on the billet assigned each of the SPARs.
Prerequisites for enlisted personnel are that they are between the ages of 20 and 36, are American citizens and have two years of high school education.
Officers must be American citizen* between the jiges of 20 and 49 with two years* college education.
They must have no children under 18 years of age.
Three main schools of training are for yeomen, storekeepers, and cooks and bakers. SPARs also are trained ?s radiomen, control tower operators, Link trainers, pharmacists' mates, photographers' mates, receptionists, escorts and chauffeurs.
Younkers war bond booth, first floor, east, will be recruiting headquarters during regular store hours, according to Lieut, (j.g.) Alice Terril, officer in charge of the substation at Omaha, Neb. Headquarters
from 5 to 9 p. m. will be In the *
Working with Lieutenant Terril will be Jean Spanbauer, seaman first class, and Helen Mar-cfl, yeoman, third class. Information may be obtained by writing / SPARs Recruiting Office. 31/ Postoffice Bldg., Omaha, 2, Neb.'
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