Thirty-Nine Non-Commissioned Men on Way to San Antonio Training Camp.
In compliance with instructions received here from the adjutant general at Washington, 39 men started last night in a special car to For Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas, to report there to the president of the examining board of the aviation section, signal officers’ reserve corps, for examination to determine their fitness for commission in that branch of the Service. – El Paso Herald Newspaper – Monday, November 5, 1917
Roswell Institute Ready To Send 42 for Officers
Applications are being received from many cadets and ex-cadets of the Roswell Military institute for admission into the officers’ reserve training camp at Camp Cody, which is reported to be ordered for January 5. The institute will send 42 men. Major W. S. Barlow, retired, United States army, and Major G. P. Morton, Canadian officer, are among the teachers. – El Paso Herald Newspaper – Wednesday, November 7, 1917
The Southern Motor company this week booked an order for a 12 passenger Republic jitney bus, a special body on a standard Republic chassis from a Deming man who will experiment with the bus on the run between the business section of Deming and Camp Cody.
There are now over 170 service cars licensed in Deming and a report in the New Mexico city has it that the camp officers are none too well pleased with the manner in which some of these cars are operating and it is known that a ten cent fare with an established bus line, properly bonded, is favored above the present 25 cent fare and independent drivers.
L. M. Cregor, sales manager of the Southern Motor company, went to Deming on Thursday and from there will go over the New Mexico and Arizona territory of his company in the interest of the Republic line. – El Paso Herald Newspaper – October 13-14, 1917
YMCA Military Encampment
A meeting of prominent railroad officials was held here Thursday for the purpose of readjusting the present operating arrangement at Camp Cody to include the actual entrance to camp of the El Paso & Southwestern railroad. Heretofore the switching of the company’s cars has been done by the Santa Fe railroad and it is planned to participate in the joint arrangement for delivering to Camp Cody and bear its prorate of the expense of maintaining the joint agency. The meeting was attended by J. W. Fitzgerald, division superintendent, and H. C. Hallmark, assistant general freight and passenger agent of the Southern Pacific company, Tucson, Arizona; L. U. Morris, general superintendent, and Richard Warren, general agent of the E. P. & S. W. Railway Co., El Paso; W. R. Brown, assistant freight and passenger agent Santa Fe railway, El Paso; F. E. Summers, division superintendent Santa Fe railway, San Marcial, N. M. ; J. J. Sullivan, representative American Railway association, at Camp Cody. – El Paso Herald Newspaper – Friday, November 16, 1917
All soldiers writing letters home for publication must hereafter submit them for censorship by division headquarters. This does not mean private correspondence, but a good many soldiers are giving to “seeing themselves” in the home papers. – El Paso Herald Newspaper – Thursday, October 11, 1917
Reserve Officers Arrive At Camp Cody For Service
The following reserve officers from the officers’ training school at Fort Riley, Kansas, have arrived at Camp Cody and reported for duty: First Lieut. G. B. Paulding, and Second Lieuts. Thos. M. Lynch, F. B. Smith, Geo. H. Stephens, L. S. Rinkle, J. A. Finlayson, D. F. Williams, R. R. Rader, and M. J. Morgan. They will be assigned for duty to the various regiments as soon as provision is made for them. – El Paso Herald Newspaper – Monday, September 10, 1917
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