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ck The Attack Buy War Bonds h UUOfMT ol.2.No.8 n 7 - Invasion Buy War Bonds Back-th- New Division Head fears Halff bf Its Goal IftiwfT A Reach Cash Sales Frank Make Tour of Field Loan campaign, OASC's md drive for $000000 in sales and allotments ad- iced tQ within 45 per cent that figure this week, Lt. arles F. Murphy, OASC iof wrl officer announced ; Werday. : ar Wsh . sales, including purchases, reacnea tiw.v'D.uo presenting a week's gain of near . off-th- e- ld Lieut. Murphy said, add that at the rate cash purchases V pouring in attainment of the Id's quota "appears to be' a 'sure I $38,000, deductions for graded June 1. to 15, added to 'graded deductions from May 22 j June 4 pushed the allotment ayroll Iriod. this week, he said,'-fooverall total, cash sales and ill allotments, of $270,444.02, the "95 and .12" campaign ial figures place the depot at 5 per cent of personnel par tor a total aecucuon paring a gross pay of 19.63 ps cent Murpny saw, however, that 8 figures do not reflect the W and increased allotments since June 1. Emnlove re- Jons branch estimated that these mg the percentage of deduction per cent. Divisions Over Top Xeports from war bond officers toe five divisions into which 1,469.02 I ' Col. Shields Appointed Supply Chief Administrative Head Return to San Antonio Station Had Been Assistant January, Har-greav- es, Safety Confab Will ku. Awarded DFC funat xnti...'. ?.urPe-- Sgt. Call is a "ie owest liberator Unit in the Elghth FPorw he DFC, Sgt Call wears f Medal three Oak Leaf e 4 distinguished Group was Jon in T. ePrtment for Hear OASC Talks " Safety Program Here To Be Discussed ISfe " B-2- enlisted men ft. foil . ial awauit. Sen. to wear the "P,cIPted Brandenburg, in vi TuJ"' 't ,f1 anv wd i c'llu twice;, in targets in the Pas- 1 Tfc . prisoner Mail ( ject to Censor . 1 lkthat'lfn't", even to L must bPe ""nounced of war o8"' l2.the Vnittd this t ,ul9 nrilf?n!ztl0' PTrate in prevent ny rd Who Wa. or,e; "on mailing nOTSS w?.ln Wtelor!? or y this rui 1 IT ? let-ff- ". third the prisoners. Pr,n"or must send "Wy t lhouli V17 vl0' H rPrtd At Meet Tri-Sta- te The safety program at the Ogden air service command wiU be discussed tomorrow at the opening of the annual Safety society convention in Salt Lake City by Major Robert R. Afflick, OASC safety officer. Sylvia Stewart, woman safety engineer at OASC, will be the other speaker to represent this com mand at the meetings which will carry over through Friday and Saturday at the Hotel wewnouse. Her subject will be "How the Army Protects the Woman da . The gathering will be attended leaders by many nationally-know- n in the safety field and will feature talks by Utah's governor, Herbert B. Maw, and Mayor Earl J. Glade of Salt Lake City. Sub-MachiMajor Afflick said all OASC supervisors and foremen are cordially invited to attend any of the ses sions. Other speakers will include: Joseph Stennett, chairman engineering section', national safety Comnletion of the new sub-mcouncil; Ned H. Dearborn, execu chine gun firing range on the site 01 national of the old rifle range was an- tive R. E. Donovan, re nounced last week by Lt. G. S. safety council; gional director conservation of Kauffer, range officer. Theforrange fir- manpower, western region, U. S. is constructed to provide of labor; Col. H. D. ing in two phases. the marksman department industrial Immel, safety chief, ASC "A" On the phase Adam S. Dr. bobfive at headquarters; each fires two shots prominent Salt Lake citizen, the "B" phase bing targets. On and Mrs. Warwick B. Hobart, ad he fires three shots each at two visor, employment of women, office and silhouettes three bobbing of silthe secretary of war. bobbing three at each shots theme of the convention General the "A" the phase houettes. In three sec will be safety on the home front for are exposed targets ILT--. 1u j7.o- - .Uhn,,, far six as an aid to greater production of 'war supplies, Major Afflick said. ind tht: triple silhou Gun ne Range. Established a- vice-preside- nt Ben-nio- n, lt Scored by Capt. Schmidt S The south side of the base cafeteria is now completely open, making four service lines for patrons in the two wings of the cafeteria, Capt. Fred C. Schmidt, Jr., restaurant officer, announced ysterQay. Capt. Schmidt asked that employes use the south wing as much as possible to relieve, congestion on the north side. A snack bar will be installed in the south side in the near future,' he added." as soon as an estimate of patronage to be expected can be made. The constant disappearance of silverware is a continual source of trouble, Capt. Schmidt said, pointing out that so far this month about $200 worth has lgft the building. It is practically impossible to secure replacements for this, he stressed. Therefore, if the ptesent "borrowing" rate continues service will be cbnsiderably hampered. Also he asked that soft drink bottles be returned after use. This month 16 cases of bottles have disappeared, he said. Soda water companies will necessarily be forced to curb the supply if this condition is not controlled. The cafeterias are conforming to recent shift changes in order to continue rendering adequate service to employes, he said. Employe sunggestions for in provement in service or types of meals served will be greatly appreciated Capt-- Schmidt stated. Com- plaints of any kind should be presented to the restaurant officer at the cafeteria. The service is now operated under the managership of the post restaurant council composed of six civilians appointed by the Hill Field Welfare Council and three officers appointed by the commanding officer. . ; - Brig. Gen. Morris Herman's as sumption of command. Mr. Dossey, who last Novem ber was .nominated by Gen. Ber man - to receive the . emblem,- - of meritorious civilian, service . later Dresented an ASC employe by the rose from the secretary of war, clerk typist, at position of CAF-1-, 1930 to his pres San Antonio in ent CAF-- 1 z job. During his approximately three and a half years at this installation Mr. Dossey has won the confidence and respect of his colleagues and superiors. His knowledge of government regulations and procedures is encyclopedic. In 1918 he was chief clerk of the 34th division when it was ordered overseas. Later he was assigned chief clerk to the headquarters, services of supply, at Tours, Now Sgt. Bauzi France He returned in July, 1919, to. the Stationed With U. S. and was assigned chief clerk in the inspectors general office, Forces in England headquarters, Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Promotion of Louis A. Rauzi of Mr. Dossey entered the civil Helper, Utah, from the grade of service as a CAF-- 1 at San An- corporal to that of sergeant was tonio air depot in October, 1930. announced recently by the head (Continued, on Page Four) quarters ox a Ninth Air Force Service Command Group stationed : " IN and 17; eontrel office, and 15.12; statistical control, and 14.1; command section, IN and 12.5; chemical warfare section, IN and 14.5; adjutant and 11.2. general, 914base: Air Inspector, Army air 199 and 14.22; operations, IN and 12; plans and training, IN and 14.9; post exchange, 96 and 12.9; provost marshal, 9C9 and, 1SJ; fire department, 99.8 and 12.1; atillties, 9142 and 1628; and technical inspection, 189 and fiscal, ltf IN 18.7. -- Former Employe Gets Promotion Is Noonday Religious Services Success Noonday religious services being conducted by the chaplain section in the different warehouses and hangars are proving extremely successful. The response is very good and the attendance much higher than anticipated, according to chaplain's section, OASC. The purpose of these services is to meet the needs of those who are not able to attend the regular services and those who feel that they wish to pause for a short time from their work and bow their heads in worship at a time when the armed forces of the U. S. have entered the offensive phase of their operations and the outcome of the war is being decided. Many Departments Reach Goals Set for Them in War Bond Campaign at OASC The following is a tabulation of OASC departments wnicn nave the "95 equaled or sarp-w- allotment goal and 12" payroll established at the beginning of the Fifth War Loan campaign: Personnel and training division: Training and operations Ultary section, ltt and 12.4; 12.5; personnel section,control and section, executive and and 12.2. lttHeadquarters OASC (as ef manJane 9): Office dlreetft 17.V ; and power, lt Silver Borrowing . ef-St- ed - . . Dossey Goes With General To New Post . anhi,r-mission mi tt " Lfi - er T A -- -- Lunch .. - -- ters. The new chief expressed himself as hoping the division would function as smoothly under his guid ance as it has under its former ' ;V thief. "Colonel wolf. t "In taking over tne duties 01 chief, supply division, from Colonel Wolf," he said, "I hope that the organization will continue to function as smoothly and efficiently as it did under his able guidance, and I hone to receive from officers and iu civilians alike tne spiencua cooperation and willingness to exert every effort for the success of the division. There will be no change (Continued en Pig atcbt) in the operating policies which have been demonstrated to be most sound and which have produced such notable success. Witn tne neip pw at all we will so forward with an i aim to continuing the rising line of efficiency and accompusnmeni. The new cruel came to ugaen Air Service Command in January, Ogden EM Member 1942. as assistant supply division Of Liberator chief at a time when the division contained only four officers. , His army career began in 1917 Group in England when he enlisted in the 45th regugtNorman C. Call, 639 28th lar infantry at Toledo, Ohio. Like Owen, Utah, waist-gunnOASC's former commanding gen r. Iftow-engine- d eral, Morris Berman, Col. Shields Liberator K..1?8?. b,een warded the (Continued on Pas Four) Cross for Flying ftraordinarv -. ivitiuui Gets New Lieutenant General L. J. McNair, commanding general of the I A, U. S. army ground forces, accompanied by Brig. Gen. L. M. Haynes and Brig. Gen. L. Donovan, arV rived at OASC headquarters in a surprise visit late yesterday afterLt. Col. WUliam H. Shields Ernest G. Dossy noon and was met by Maj. Gen. Walter H. Frank, ASC commanding general, who arrived earlier the same day. Both' of the top army men remained here overnight. Gen. McNair, who was severely wounded in the Tunisian campaign, made a tour of the field, escorted by Gen. Frank and several OASC ranking officers. Will CoL Paul W. Wolf, OASC comTo Colonel Wolf officer, met Gen. Frank manding Since 1942 who arrived by plane shortly after noon yesterday. He was accomErnest G. Dossey, since Janu The appointment of Lt. Col. Wil Col. John M. panied by 1941, OASC's senior adminis liam H. Shields as chief of the ASC air surgeon; Lt. Col. ary, trative OASC supply division to fill the E. officer, planned to leave Kiessig and Lt. Col. Palmer the field this week for San An vacancy occasioned by the selec Boyles of ASC tonio Air Service Command head' headquarters. tion of Col. Paul w. Wolf as OASC quarters, where he will assume was an commanding the position of senior administra nounced this week from headquartive officer there concurrent wltn ' officer . Restaurant f Generals McNair, Say Campaign Heads Pressing the halfway mark the war department's Fifth To San Antonio Top Ranking Officers Stop Here $183,975, ..-- Wednesday, June 28, 1944 Hill Field. Utah fend D rive e Supply division: Ordnance section, IN and 14.71; shipping ticket eeerdiaater, IN and 14.67; warehouse administration, IN and 14.51; branch seven, IN and 12.66; branch eight, IN and 12.74; plans and logistics, IN and 11.28; administration, 98.59 and 14.69; shipping, IN and 12.79; branch two, 96.62 and 12.59; signal section, 95.N and 1287; branch one, 95.48 and 12.22. Maintenance department standings were unavailable. in England. Sergeant Rauzi, an aircraft welder in a service group, is the sen of Mrs. Louise C. Rauzi of 298 Duchesne street, Helper, Utah, and Mr. Joseph Rauzi of California. Before entering the service October 29, 1912, Sgt Rauzi was employed as an aircraft welder at the Ogden Air Depot now the Ogden Air Service Command. Sgt Rauzi, after induction at Fort Douglas, took his basic train ing at Camp Stockton. Calif., and then received additional training at various airfields throughout the country, before embarking for England anout the first of the year. The unit to which Sgt. Rauzi is attached is part of the Ninth Air Force Service Command, which organization is charged with the vital job of keeping the lethal fighters, medium bombers, troop carriers and evacuation planes of the Ninth Air Force in the skies while they continue to blast out au enemy opposition. J Bond Buyers Must Give Name Change Employes subscribing for war bonds under the payroU reservation plan who, through marriage or otherwise, change their names, are requested to complete name change forms at the area war bond office, Major S. C. Campbell, OASC civilian personnel chief, said yesterday. The area bond office is located in warehouse 17, immediately behind the civilian personnel V.