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Input, more input Left to right, Garnet Borror, Bob Craghead and David Martinez enter responses from the Quality Survey into a computer. The three are surrounded by the thousands of responses Hill workers sent back in reply to the survey. Maj. Gen. Dale W. Thompson Jr., Ogden Air Logis- tics Center commander, is reviewing the compiled responses now. The Hilltop Times will print an article on the survey results in the near future. U S. Air Force Photo Bi?5Siiis B Continued from Page 1 DateTime Functional Area Location Acquisition Logistics Base theater Thursday8 a.m. Thursday10 a.m. Thursday1 p.m. Nov. 228 p.m. Nov. 2210 p.m. Nov. 221 p.m. Bldg. 441 Continued from Page Acquisition Program LM Conf. Rm. Bldg. 1258 FM Conf. Rm. Comptr. Financial Bldg. 1209 Management Thornton Hall Contracting-Mfg- . Bldg. 460 Tl Conf. Rm. Bldg. 849 Poe Conf. Or. CommunicationsScientist-Engineerin- - 1 Collins said he has confidence the revised system will work as it should. "The system should work pretty well. They've done quite a bit of testing on it at San Antonio (Air Logistics Center, Texas, where the programming was done)," Collins said. "We sent several people from some of the different Hill organizations to San Antonio. They took employee transactions of many types of situations that could occur at Hill. "Then they entered those transactions just as Same as above Computers Bldg. 1295 Same as above Same as above Same as above Thursday9 a.m. Thursday1 p.m. Nov. 229 a.m. Nov. 221 p.m. For additional information, the following organizational representatives may be contacted: TI, Ken Dean, Ext. 75157; LA, Mike Jackson, Ext. 77450; LI, Linda Anderson, Ext. 75721; PK, they would if the employee were working those hours. They didn't actually run a payroll from the transactions, but the system accepted all the information," he said. From that trip in August and another in late Oc- tober, programmers discovered and corrected a few more problems. The systems now seem to be interfacing smoothly, Collins said. "We have as much confidence in the system as we can have without actually running a payroll," he said. While there may be some additional wrinkles to Bette Alston, Ext. 78778; QL, Linda Cook, Ext. 76371; SC, Gary Cragun, Ext. 72414; FM, Johnnie Holloway, Ext. 53382; all others, Everett Watts, Ext. 70123 or Jeannie Hathenbruck, Ext. 70556. Please see related story Page be ironed out in the 10. test period, Human Resources officials expect the remainder of the approved workers will be able to begin their compressed work schedules in January. Only those employees who have been approved by Hill's corporate board may begin working compressed schedules when the system is fully implemented. The corporate board is under the direction of Maj. Gen. Dale W. Thompson Jr., Ogden ALC NEWS BRIEFS Wife of the Year nominations due AFB, Ohio (AFLC-AFSNews Service) Deadline for AFLC nominafor the Joan Orr Air Force Wife of the Year tions award is Dec. 2. The nominee's husband must be on active duty. Military personnel are not eligible. For nomination criteria and additional information, call Theresa Crawford at Ext. 76833. WRIGHT-PATTERSO- C N Fort Douglas holds day of mourning Sunday at 9:45 a.m. at the German Memorial Monument to honor victims of both world wars who are buried at the Fort Douglas Cemetery. Salt Lake City. A ceremony will be held This is a German day of national mourning (Volk- - strauertag) which remembers those who died in the wars. The general public is invited to attend. Hilltop Times deadlines The Hilltop Times will hit the streets Nov. 27. the day before Thanksgiving. Since the paper comes out two days earlier than its normal publication date, editorial items for that issue are due to the Hilltop Times office. Bldg. 1 102. Room 118. by 4 p.m. next Wednesday. Classified ad deadline is 2 p.m., Nov. 25. The paper will publish as normal Dec. 6. Editorial deadline for that issue will be 4 p.m.. Nov. 29. For more information, contact the newspaper staff, Ext. 77321. Thanksgiving dinners available Several base facilities will offer Thanksgiving Day dinners: Hillcrest Dining Hall: Dinner served 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Entrees: Roast turkey and dressing, baron of beef or baked ham. service memDining hall meals are for active-dutbers and their families. The surcharge will be waived for family members. NCO Club: Thanksgiving meal served 1 to 6 p.m. Costs for adults: turkey or ham entree, S7.95; prime rib, 89.95; for children under 12, S3.95. Offi cers Club: Reservations are required and are being taken now. The turkey, ham and salmon entrees cost $8.95, prime rib is $9.95. None of the other base restaurants will be open. y Combat Strength Through Logistics Hilltop Times Published by MorMedia. Inc.. a private firm in no way connected with the U.S. Air Force, under exclusive written contract with Hill AFB. This commercial enterprise Air Force newspaper is an authorized publication for members of the U.S. military services. Contents of the Hilltop Times are not necessarily the official views of, or endorsed by, the U.S. government, the Department of WVIii.m.(,i.i.w!i.i.-- Defense or the Department of the Air Force. The appearance of advertisements in this publication, including inserts or supplements, does not constitute endorsement by the Department of the Air Force or MorMedia, Inc. of the products or services advertised. Everything advertised in this publication shall be made available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap, political affiliation or any other nonmerit factor of the purchaser, user or patron. Editorial content is edited, prepared and provided by the Ogden Air Logistics Center Public Affairs Office staff, Bldg. 1102. Room 118, Ext. 77321. Hill AFB Editorial Maj. Gen. Dale W. Thompson Jr Maj. Wade J. Habshey Marilu A. Trainor Gary Hatch SSgt. Barbara Fisher Frances Kosakowsky DoadElnos: Staff: Commander, OO-AL- C Director, Public Affairs Chief, Internal Information Editor Assistant editor Staff writer Editorial and "around the hill" items, noon week before Thursday, publication; sports articles, noon Monweek of day, publication; classified ads, 2 p.m. Wednesday, week of publication. For more information, call the editors, Exts. 7732177322. '