Iowa Falls, Iowa
HJN 8. '944
WAVElNSiGN TO VISIT HERE
Recruiter to Give Girls Information
Ethel Vessiy. WAVE ensign, will be at the/City Hall here next Tuesday, June 13, so that women in this- area : who may be interested in joining the service will have an opportunity to obtain first-hand information without obligating themselves in any way. She will be accompanied by Marvin Johns, yeoman second class.
Physical examinations will be given at the WAVES Training i School in Cedar Falls, and applications will be processed by the special board now in Waterloo so that it will not be necesary for girls to make trips to distant points in order to complete them. On the second and third Tuesdays of this month. June 13 and 120. Specialist Dorothy Johnson will be in Waterloo to deliver informal, illustrated talks at the WAVES Information Center, 184 West Fourth street, there. The program will start at 7:30 p. m. Subjects will include Life at Hunter College. Advanced School for Specialized Training, and How to be a WAVE. Information on enlistment procedure, pay grades and active duty assignments will be covered in the talks. i More than 250 different Navy I jobs are now open to women be-! tween 20 and 35 years of age, in-I elusive, who have average good ; health and a minimum of two years of- high school or business college. Married women may enlist if they have no dependent children under 18 years of age.
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