AmeJUtw2 1 1944 17 /Vines
Serve in the WAC
A total of 17 Ames women are serving in the WAC, report Sergeants Jud# Butler and ' Bernice Jones, of yfill Moines army recruiting hea&JiartJFs. The two will be at the ^Amis postoffice all day next Friday to interview prospective recruits.
The sergeants will offer information on ore of the newest opportunities now open in the army for women, that of serving as a medical WAC in wards and lab oratories of military hospitals.
A medical WAC enlistee needs no previous technical training. The army has set up a specialized training school at Camp Atter-bury, Ind., where trainees are taught to fill such assignments as medical and surgical technicians, X-ray and laboratory assistants.
The recruiters will discuss the 239 different types of jobs offered. Women between the ages of 20 and 50 who can meet the physical and educational requirements and have no dependents Under 14 year-, of age are elig-\ b i e [ o r c n i i s 1 m enl.
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