Fairbanks Alaska Miner, December 26, 1939

Fairbanks Alaska Miner

December 26, 1939

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Issue date: Tuesday, December 26, 1939

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Alaska Miner, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1939, Fairbanks, Alaska Page Threa Fairbanks Alaska December 26 1939 T H Appointments as Flying Cadets for Army Are Open To Qualified Applicants Appointments as flying cadets quartered in separate barracks pro Bing Crosby Major Base Giues Bishop Sure Scoffs now are open to qualified appli cants advices to Sergeant Leon Harper in tfcargeof Signal Corps Office in Fairbanks reports The Signal Corps office here ias received information originatiBS in theWar departmenttothe ef feet that approximately cies are availablein eachof the three next classes1 for flying cadets These classeswin begin in February March and May This is the best opportunity of fered years for qualified applicants toreceive early appoint ments Must Be Unmarried Candidates for appointment as flying cadets must be unmarried and male citizens of the United States who at time of application have reached their twentieth but have not reached their twenty seventh birthday An applicant must present a cer videdforthem Noted for Splendid The flying cadets of the air corps constitute a body of young aen who are noted for theirsplendid AS a Christmas gift Right Walter James JFitzgerald S or Alaska with for use of the North iihd famous actor and has royalties Is At Gold Tax At least men will be sta at the army air base to be Applications Are Made For Six Licenses Applications Xor buUt at Whitney Anthony J Di jnond Alaskas delegate to Congress said shortly after arriving by air planefrom Fairbanks reports the w ADproprtatlons lor the construc broadcast whUestosing for tton of Alaska will be at thenext session of in J Congress the delegate predicted White no definite informa tion on the nature of the air base to be buflt adjacent to Anchorage equipment are cost Transportation is to frying cadets from the place of enhstmentto the civil flying school at government expense Flying cadets have opportunity to apply for any one of the standard types of United States government life in surance which cost and which can be continued in force after one leaves the serv Soon after returning to Fairbanks the Bishop received a letter from Hollywood informing him of the generous gift The royalties it is aboat While a student at the heenvisioned a major construction enterprise j In addition to the air will be the construction of an army garrison for the soldiers now stationed at Chiikoot Barracks Delegate Dinvnd described as fantastic and out of the suggestion of Secretary Ickes an eight percent gross tax be placed on gold produced in Alaska He also gave assurance that the Slatteryi for two licenses for cocktail bars where beer and liquor may be sold by the glass and for a license to wholesale beer and have been filedwithin with the clerk of theUnited States district court in this city The ap plications follow Black and White Earl Hftusmannof the Black and White Second avenue for re newal of a tioense to retafl Bquor beer fay bottle Nordale Hotel for renewal of a li cense to retail liquor andbeer by the bottle Two Licenses at Flat Andrew Miscovich of Flat for a license to retail liquor and beer by and also for a cockiail liquor and beer tified document from the office of j ice trv registrar of a recognized college or University showing that he has completed satisfactorily at least one half of the necessary credits lead ing to a degree which normally re quires four years work or must pass a written examination in lieu there of Evidence of Character Applicants must be of excellent character and must present evi dence of that fact They must be of sound physique and in excellent health They must remain unmar ried during the period of training as cadets Candidates for flying cadet ap pointment are required to sign an agreement to enlist for three years as flying cadets and not to request release from flying training before completion of the prescribed courses with the understanding that upon completion of the coizrse cf in struction normally about 9 months they will be discharged as flying cadets Not Suffer Delay Those cadets who for any reason are found not qualified to continue Seattle the training are discharged from the service without delay Candidates must also agree that upon successful completion of the course of instruction as a flying cadet they will if their services are desired serve for three years on active duty with the regular army air corps as reserve officers unless relieved by competent au thority Advised to Obtain Forms All men who fulfill the require ments for appointment as flying cadets are advised to obtain forms upon which to make application for appointment These forms may be had cf the Commanding General Ninth Corps area Presidio of San Francisco Calif or of the district recruiting officer United States Army 121 Federal Office Building Seattle Candidates who are accepted for flying training in the air corps are enlisted as flying cadets This grade in the Army was created by the act of Congress approved July 11 1919 Flying cadets wear dis tinctive uniforms which differ from those worn by officers or enlisted ment of the Army and they are A young man who has decided to follow aviation as his career and who has received the benefits of army air corps flying training to ether with several years of flying experiencewhile on active duty with tactical units of the regular Army after graduation finds himself in a most favorable position to seek employment in civil life either in one of the many remunerative po sitions in the field of aviation it self or with one of the growing number of commercial concerns which are becoming more and more interwoven in one way or another with this rapidly expanding indus Crcsbv jbop Alaska would never be approved by The singer whose voice attracted no particular attention at the in a French class taught by the Bishop then just a priest There are two Ior an h the Rev Joseph McHmeel who was serious Delegate Di i mond said It would just shut down j the marginal mines and men out of work recently and who now and the Rev Paul OConnor o is at Akulurak at the mouth the Yukon In Rail Car at Portland tha y their share of ti most of the opera tors feel the same way If addition al revenue is needed i should come from a net tax which might The last time I saw Bing j bg superimposed on the gross tax Bishop Fitzgerald recalled was in j perlaps the territorial legisla1 W F Rodegkeit of Nenasa for a cocktail bar license to retail liquor and beer by the glass West Coast Grocery Company of Fairbanks to wholesale beer and light wine Big Fellow LOUISVILLE Ky A wharf boat 300 fact long and 60 feet wide believed by rivermen to be the larg iest allwelded piece c floating equipment ever built on inland rivers has beer completed for the wharf What is Offered a private car in the railroad j yards at Portland Oreg He and j Edmund Lowe the screen actor were enroute to a location for the taking of a motion picture Wilson is a graduate of the Jesuit Univer sity of Santa Clara in California My visit to the consider reducing the a delegate pointed cut that t The average individual in con sidering aviation is likely to ask what it has to offer the pilot ent airline pilots receive an aver age of S600 per month and the payj of copilots ranges between j was belter institution of higher I whatever action gold must come from the territorial legislature and not congress As to the refugee for ka Im sure Congress would never ve any bill that would tween Crosby and Lowe ment which lasted a MUe whde as ment wc as to whether Gonzaga or San Clara and per months If addition Neither of the disputant al information be desired those in the other I thought the terested shiuld write to Lewis Turtle j Colonel cf the Coast Artillery 8r ument resuited evenly anyway umem rtauiLeu far as concerned the witticisms District Recruiting Officer at Crosby every year makes a substantial gift to Catholic For Capture a j s VJ11CI could never j and if by floor it would Dr Carswell Resigning Post In Health Dept Dr John A Carswell Territorial Epidemiologist at for the Percy Johnston j of Firebug Jailed as Union Fund Embezzler Voting a reward of for in formation leading to the conviction of the arsonist marked a Junior a position as Associate Medical Ex1 and Amenca en a Cit Secretary of the State of charge of union funds tions with which to swell the re be the signed by S S Rulaford member of the union with embezzling and W Council announced Successor to Dr Carswell as Ter ritorial Epidemiologist and Direc tor cf the Division of Communi cable Disease Control will be Dr B L Zmnamon at present Health An audit of the unions books afj the guilty person Members of the city council and 01 me uiuun wiui fraudulently converting to his own police department have their use belonging to the approval to the measure Officer of Sonoma County with headquarters at Santa Rosa Cal Dr Zinnamon 33 years old will arrive January 2 Healy Resident Olav Syroid of Healy returned to Healy on the southbound train jess en esstn S4 Marriage Loans ROME The ministry of inter Johnston left recently to work for Ray Peterman on the new Sitka HoLl disposed the alleged ior was arrested on a in August LaLtKi was i warrant and held under 000 lire to help bodes and bond He will be returned for arraignment The Alaska Miner the Biggest lit tle Weekly published In the North bridegrooms start their married life Ten per cent of a loan is deducted for each child bom OPTOMETRIST JEWELER Fairbanks Moil orders carefully and promptly attended to Jessens Baby the Aiassa MJner ;