Courier Oftumwa, Iowa
JUL 1 0 ^44
Seeks Women As
Women interested in enlisting for the medical WACs were being-interviewed today /at the WAC recruiting office in?, the American Legion home on North Green street by Capt. Ivan W. Cahoon,; officer procurement district commander in Omaha, Neb. Captain Cahoon will conduct interviews with prospective recruits for this service tonight and Tuesday morning until 12 o'clock, noon.
Vacancies exisit in most all departments of the medical corps that may be filled by women, Captain Cahoon explained. The current recruiting campaign for medical WACs is designed to obtain women for assignment to the surgeon general in the rehabilitation program for the wounded, injured or mentally ill.
Applicants may qualify to become commissioned or noncom-nissioned officers. Dieticians and Dhysio therapists may receive com-nissions as second lieutenants.
Positions open for medical WAC •ecruits are numerous and promise ng. Among them are pharmlfc— sts, pharmacists' aides, optometrists, phychiatric social workers, mychiatric assistants, laboratory :echnicians, dental technicians, medical and surgical technicians, X-ray technicians, braille and typ- ; tng technicians, prevocational I training of the blind, occupational therapist, medical stenographer, teachers, news and magazine writers, Y. M. C. A. directors and many others.
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