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Sheppard Field Texacts (Newspaper) - March 06, 1943, Sheppard Field, TexasPage two Sheppard Field exact saturday March 6, 194 a -4 male Call by Milton cd my creator of Quot Terry end the pirates zest in ots. Captains m work Iep x we have about the failure of \ a new the men it identify j lecture aircraft silhouettes / system new mental screening tests announced by a Board War Bonds to be delivered faster As result of procedure change effective april i War savings Bonds will be delivered faster to military personnel As the result of an administrative change of i potential air forces pilots at Sheppard Field now have a new and easier Opportunity to become aviation cadets through the use of a new mental screening test the aviation Cadet Board announced yesterday. The new test used for the first time last week is much s ram lined More simple and a greater number of application quiz in Les a time according to mein e the entire pay reservation p an it unable to get plane Resen on that Date class a pay res-1 dons chaplain Travis Purdy left chaplain Purdys Nephew killed Lints Are completing the three hour 150 ques is of the Board the physical requirements to become an aviation Cadet remain unchanged and rigid As Ever with 80-20 vision and perfect physical it health demanded. Soldiers Between 18 and 26, inclusive Are eligible but a Man can become a Cadet if lie is transferred to a flying training school before he is 271 o years old. A any Man in the air forces should be Able to answer the questions correctly in one Section of the new test series g and la a a said it. Elmer o. Ward Secretary of tile aviation Cadet Board. Men who have previously fail j and to pass a screening test May j retake the examination after a lapse of 30 Days. Open to aim a. Lieutenant Ward urged eligible applicants to apply immediately to j allow for the clearance of official applications through the War de apartment physical Check ups re i views before the selection Board and clerical delays. Technical school students must apply not later than 40 Days before their graduation from the aircraft mechanics school. All applicants must anticipate their being sent to flying training schools As aviation cadets by the same number of Days or More if porthole. The aviation Cadet Board also pointed out that ground Crew cadets must apply at least 50 Days before they anticipate leaving the Post. There is an urgent need for qualified soldiers As cadets in the army air forces engineers schools ground duty. To a Bone up for the aviation Cadet screening test potential pilots should study mathematics current news and history and general mechanics. Engineers. Besides air forces engineers the Only other group of ground Crew schools open for appointment is the air forces meteorological schools. The ground Crew aviation Cadet schools for photographers armorer and communications experts Are still closed to applicants. Engineering applicants must have successfully completed three pears of engineering in an accredited College or University or the equivalent thereof besides being Able to pass the form 63 physical examination and meet the requirements of a Board of review. Meteorological applicants must have pears of College including math through differential and integral calculus and one year of College physics. They too must pass the physical examination form 63 and pass the Board of review. Meteorologists will be trained at Boca Raton Fla., Massachusetts Institute of technology new York University the University of Chicago the University of Cali War Stamps for jokes a a to i jokers jokes a a Short gag Coluin will begin in exacts next saturday with the publication of the file Best of jokes of the week contributed by soldiers at Sheppard Field. Exacts will pay 50 cents in War savings Stamps for every accepted joke. Contributed jokes May be mailed to exacts through the postal system or brought in person to texac1s, Public relations office technical school Headquarters bldg. 814. Watch for the first five a Ugi jokers jokes on saturday March is. Of Jeu know a Good joke especially with a i flavor write it out and mall or bring it to the exacts office. So get on the beam men Send us your jokes. The number of contributions is unlimited and All winning jokes will he selected by the Public relations office staff on Merit alone. Tech Library is ready to solve your troubles elation will terminate and the by Llain monday 8ftem00n cd Purchase of War Bonds will be tend the funeral of hts Nephew made Only on the class b plan Cadet William Hildreth who veal Transfer of the War Bond depart filled sunday in a plane crash a1 ment from Washington to Chica Moore Field Mission Texas whet go 111., has already resulted in be xxx As in training speeding up bookkeeping work Young Hildreth was d in to get and it is expected that the plan his wings next month. Before re Gay that a Breeze batting Bunkie Quot ill be ready for operation before turning to Sheppard Field Chapt turns to you and asks you when the april i deadline. I the tricycle Landing gear was first introduced to military aviation or the class b plan establishes a i new minimum deduction of $3.75 a suppose that you a like to month and permits enlisted per read the history of aviation from sonnet to make their Bond Pur icarus to Doolittle or perhaps chases of any one of Elex in differ you a like to know the answer to ent class b allotment plans a Acine More technical questions a cording to it. J. Ii. Stringer Post a void you know where to look War Bond officer. The allotment no Well the Sheppard Field table follows technical Library is your Best bet. J monthly Purchase Matur. This heretofore relatively Little known Library is located in rooms 209, 210 and 211 of hangar no. 3 and is open from 8 a. In. Until to p. In. Every Day except sunday to All enlisted officer and civilian instructor personnel of the Field with the exception of the Basic training Center. It. J a a Wray e. Dudley is the officer in forma at los Angeles California i charge of the technical Library. A inc a Over 600 volumes Institute of technology grand rapids Mich. Engineers xviii be trained at Boca Raton or Yale University. Aviation cadets flying Crew xviii set up under provisions authorized by it. Gen. Ii. H. Arnold commanding general of the army air forces the technical Library be sent to any one of a number makes available to men of Sheppard Field the latest texts and successfully completed two j Olga Soroka. Of flying training command schools scattered All Over the country. Take Mot ruin a special services offices moved the special service office As xxx Ell As the army emergency Relief War Bond and insurance offices moved last saturday from bldg. 536 to bldg. 844, school Headquarters. These units will occupy rooms la and 12. Telephone numbers 284 and 662, remain unchanged. A la my More Rinnet a Many nurses enjoy horseback Riding quite a number of army nurses stationed at Sheppard Field spend their spare time horseback Riding according to it. Fannie Easley chief nurse at the Sheppard Field Post Hospital. Among nurses who ride horses regularly at the �?o77�?� ranch located five Miles South Vest of Sheppard Field Are its. Katherine Cahill Rita Hall Irene Mckelvy Olivia Pratt Helen Richter and plan deduct. Price value i $ 3.75 $ 18.75 $ 25 of 2 6.75 18.75 25.00 3 18.75 18.75 25.00 4 12.50 37.50 50.00 5 37.50 37.50 50.00 6 25.00 75.00 100.00 7 75.00 75.00 100.00 8 150.00 150.00 200.00 9 225.00 225.00 300 00 to. 300.00 300.00 400.00 la 375.00 375.00 500.00 military personnel of Sheppard Field who already Are buying War Bonds on the army s pay reservation plan must fill out new applications As soon As possible and pal a tic jul Xijiu j a 11. O i Ica id cum periodicals covering All phases of preferably before March 15 the aeronautics and its related Subj a a a now available at the jets. Over 600 technical books a Bond office and at a squad nov occupy the shelves of the ii Ron 01 Derly rooms Barry. A recent $2,000 Book order i Bander the new plan commis will increase the total by some six Ned officers will not be Pei i -500 books. Ted to live deducted less than about 70 periodicals american $18.75 a month. _ British and and Canadian Are nov j received every month keeping j a Jugg reorganizes the Reader abreast of matters a aeronautical with current articles and features concerning aviation and Allied Fields. Prominent Mong the British and Canadian periodical publications not usually found on Magazine stands Are a the r. A. F. Quarterly a a aircraft engineering a a air Force review a and a Canadian it is expected that the tech-1 ,. Nits i Library will acquire in the Complete change in the organize future a Complete file of Techni-1 Tion of the Post mess system As Cal and Field manuals relating to announced by col. Roscoe Gravit the army air forces. General mess officer Early this the technical Library is divided week. Into three spacious rooms an of established under the new set tee a Reading room and a Slack up Jug Hird mess group with room giving the readers plenty c0j0nei Gravit As commanding of of comfortable room space in Facer in is group Are included which to read and browse. Two he an he det it headed by Jalfred c. Henning the 33th mess always 1 lain Purdy will visit his family a Gosden ind. A take Mort Fain a obey traffic rules says Headquarters due to the Many complaints re i Cei Ved from civil authorities by Wichita Falls regarding failure of military personnel to observe Traft pc regulations Post headquarter i this week sounded a warning that offenders would be punished. Many of the complaints from local police stated that Soldier were disregarding traffic signal and crossing against the red Light. Military personnel Are reminded that they Are subject to both military and civil Laws and that strict disciplinary action xviii i taken her it violations Are reported. A i a take More rain a nothing succeeds Uke Success. Nothing replaces the Protection offered by National service la insurance for soldiers. Ash a More plane a capt. Glassman added to orthopaedic staff capt. Frank Glassman Ortho Peist has joined the staff of capt. H. G. Cole chief Ortho Peist of the Hospital s physiotherapy clinic. Before coming to Sheppard Field Captain Glassman was stationed at Miami Beach Fla. Post mess system undergoes change along with widespread reorganization on Sheppard Field came a librarians pvt. George and Cpl. Earl Kiter Are on hand to assist readers in finding the material they want. A Lake Mot Phi by income tax offices moved to bldg. 529 the Sheppard Field income tax staff on duty in bldg. 536 have been moved to bldg. 529. Tills staff Wil be there until March 13 to assist military personnel in filling out their Federal income tax returns i Squadron with capt. George e. Kostenbauder in command the 14th mess Squadron commanded by capt. Paul w. Mckey and the jl5th mess Squadron Vith capt. Alfred b. Morganstern As its commanding officer. Attached to this group for mess function Only Are the Lith and 12th mess squadrons with maj. James w. Cocking and maj. Raymond f. Wand Schneider respectively in command Xii latter tvo squadrons will come under the administration of the Basic training Center. Group Headquarters is located in bldg. 743 with Headquarters for the 13th, 14th and 15th Squadron in bldg. 536, formerly occupied by the special service office. The Lith and 12th mess Squadron took Over bldg. 176 in the Basic training Center. Appointed to key administrative positions in the group were i capt. Bennett j. Hartman adjutant and executive officer it. Ralph l. Schwartz assistant adjutant and executive officer it. William l. Jeffries mess Supply officer capt. Alfred c. Henning group Supply officer. According to colonel Gray it the new system will be a decided improvement in the efficient open a Tion of the mess Halls Over the old set up whereby the mess personnel were chosen from 21 of Ferent squadrons on the Field

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