in'itsad. A M S C H 0 0 L SIII U L A T E S “HENDERSOII FIELD” of 4ri' WAR STAMP DRIVE I PASSES $22,000 MARK | in war stamps and risve been bought on Johnson ' :xvici since the giant ca.i4>aign spon* j soreo t y tlkia station began on ] April In twelve coys, enlisted men, j o'/ .jers and civilian personnel iij.e banned together in the effort to uuy enough war>5 and bonds so tiiot the total sales by June 1, wiix oe $75,000, the amount neces - to purchase a pursuit bomber. The $22,000 in stamps and bon* soli to date represents 29 per cent c i.-ursuit plane paid for. The is sponsored by the AIR-O-HCH of the Special Service Section. I.S FLOCK TO SEE .S.O. CAMP SHOW ^SENIC AID OLD LACE The Broadway production "Ars- >!id Old Lace” which has been through every large city .-A country, finally managed to Seymour Johnson Field last ni— • • for the first showing, held at ^ No. 3 Another showing of >- ■ r.lay will be on by the itifc\v:,st’ at 1300 and 1900 today. Overladen with humor and boa- of •.rb i-Ctors eind : • the show provided a real l^nts er;tt.Ttalnment for those who .. ftp Fho;. .ijniortri under i! MIChT be JS*- SPECIA' IZED STUDENTS KEEP STRIPES The War Department has changed its policy under which enliated men in the Army Specialiiad Training Cources in American colleges had to go all the way through as privatea. From now on men assigned to the art” vanced course will keep their stripes. Soldiers who failed to pass the special tests given recently will have the opportunity to reconsider, according to the new changes in t)» program as revise^ by the Secretary of Tar. ’Jnrter the new setup, the init- I ial requirement is a score of 115 or better on the Army General Clas sification Test, MUST BS HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATfi j Candidates who have not passed I their 22nd birtliday must be high school graduates,with less than two I FIELD SAYS “GOODDYE” I TO FIRST WAACS The sad,woe be-gone expressions , on the facss of many G.l.s at this i Field Saturday were caused when ! the first six WAACS who reported j here for duty last week received I orders to report elserrtiere. As ' nicV*ly as tliey oane.thcy left. And Seymour .t^nnsi-n r’ieid was disuppoin- tec. ncodqunrtors gave out the Koftrtcnif.g ne.rr. that, more V.’A.Af:' would report at this Post '.’o’- duty years college work, unless their college work included one year of physics, or oaa year of mathematics or three courses in psychology, or they have a ready knowledge of a sodern language. Applicants have passed their 22nd birt -iay must have at Irtast one year c-. .ureditod wor^ a^ a Junior college, teachers* collage, university, or normal Bchool with one year college matne- matics. They must not have more than three years of college work unless their college studies includ ed three courses in psychology, or they have a ready knowledge of a foreign language. All enlisted men previously re jected because of failure to attain a qualifying mark in the OCT'»2,T-3, test will be reconsidered. Continued on page 3 POST’S NEW TECH LIDRARY NOW OPEN Students iriio wauit to know mori.- about ally phase of aircraft will hr. • ve that opportunity at their dispo sal by this coning week. The now Technical Library -b expected to be open at Hangar 4 by Monday. The library i« located in room 40? on the balcony on the str eet side. Officer Ir. Charge is Lt. Bryce I n. Picken. Mr. Sanford S. Neal will be the Librarian. Technical volianec of almost every type will be available for See "Library," PH^ 2 STTDENTI WORK INDir FIELD CONDITIONS FOR EIGHT DAYS To some of you GIs "• *-lic Know” on Seymour Johnson Field, it's li.« Graduation Field Test, but to Lne outside world it would be an 'iye-opener as to what the TTC is doing to prepare air mechs for fro nt line service. Yes, it’s Henderson Field. Lociited in a pine grove at one corner of iieyraour Johnson Fieli^ it provides comparative isolation from hangars and other permanent installations for student aircraft mechanics as they meet for the fir st time conditions they are likely to find in the war theaters. This Is the last eight days of an aviation mechanic's four-mon ths' course — as the grads already Know. but to ot.iers not yet too familiar with Seymour Johnson and the nechujiic's course, they will be surj.rised to learn about the plot See "Henderson" Page 3 lEW POST THEATEI SCHEDBLES ARROIICED Lt. imright V.c T.'acken, Theater ufflcer, this week announced a cha- in the show prugr.'ua to become •..ffictivo ’^onda:.. The revision is in line the^e in class schedules, the Lieutenant. Under the new } rogran, orse show jer day will be projected at Theater No. 2. The one showing See "Theater," Page 3 with said only

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