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OASC Supply Chiefs Open Session Here 1 TBiSfl !rl UlD LUri.9'' Wednesday July 7, 1943 1 .ilTlnndfBBQQX3CB Cancellations' Parade Hill Field Soldiers Participate in Ogden Made in EnJ Misunderstanding Meeting Two-Da- y Is Addressed Of New Tax Law Said Reason (3 By Colonel Wolf Supply officers from all and storage depots in the Og- den Air Service Command opened meeting on Hill Field a two-da- y today with an Introductory welcome by Colonel Paul Wolf, chief of supply division. The program for today included talks by Lt. Colonel Foote and Air Captaing Saling of the Second Force at Colorado Springs, Lt. Col. Huett of the 15th Bombardment and Lt. Wing at Sioux City, Iowa, Colonel Steenberger of the 4th sub-depo- ts m me - " suD-aepo- ma-- II fftJl fnw. I Col. j Companies WACS t, C Continued from Pact One) serioi on was a the K office. the Mors, ediani Kes all 1 j UIUUUUC O LIU II aue to tne ouraen of holding; tax are acting information. The Contracts For Construction Work Announced pay-as-you-- go plf the on Mm couec equip tax do It is a m impose new taxes. of collecting the tax, additional tax. Those $231,000 scribed ihens, per is not) who a? area kta. L th 6 to the bonds will pay) in taxes after July 1st planned to pay when k Construction contracts totaling 1231,644.50, more than the amount for any other depot in this area, have been awarded for additions to existing installations at Hill Field. The allotments were announced . yesterday the U. S. Army district office announced the awarding of an adLate Engineers' ditional $46,000 construction contract for Hill Field. A total of was awarded to military Utah. this week, as a part of the huge $580,000 awarded to military posts in the Salt Lake district. The contracts include the paving of streets and roadways, laying of water mains, heating of warehouses, etc., in addition to the WAC machines of war. and air freight housing, Along with Hill Field, detach terminal hangar, which are now projects ments from Ogden Arsenal, Utah under construction. ASF, Ogden adjutant general depot, The announcement from the disBushnell General and m. 1 Fator States ' Participation of Hill Field in the Ogden Pioneer Days downtown streets parade July 24 was assured this week by CoL Lilburn . Faqtor, commanding officer of the- Army Air Base. Complete details of the parade and the part that Hill Field will play in the event have not been made known, but Col. Fator has as sured that the Field will share in giving Ogden one of the most com plete panoramas of military activity ever staged in the vicinity. In conjunction with tne parade, display of military equipment will be shown in the City Hall park and people will be given an opportunity to inspect some of the fieCIlllSltlOIl 1 WO l Sub-Depo- Sub-Depo- $900,500 bases in more they subscribed w 11 to the war bo&dt Employees who are skeptiealf lesides p ciwu ui kxxv; new 18X K visions are urged to acquaint tlx selves with the tax data in the! Bond Office. Here official tast and figures are available, sboW each employee how much is to deducted from his or her check. Employees under the wHhwj ing plan will not pay one cent or in taxes than if they waited pay their 1943 tax next year, they would have under the system. The War Bond Office poi out that since the govern 1.111; t, sub-Depo- ht ar Eg Go Did ksunni Sa (le, ai Iheth londa arn p an dovi dov needs the money to finance expenditures, it will gigantic to get it through increased tion if it cannot get it tl peoples' voluntary purchases bonds. It is bound to get the igh lie b; lesdi -1- h 3; t. im.tnn. - $8,-44- Writes Operetta war-worke- 4; rs Ni-fon- 2: sh( eC5 m bj le -- I Sub-DeD- i ch o t, and s. i, $142,-852.1- Fn s b I I I en k in . one way or the other, and celling a bond subscription step forcing the Treasury to er taxation. 'En direi fer the date of their arrival, or II DOtn Hospital, trict engineers office includcompanies will arrive on the same Clearfield Naval Supply The difference between the Depot will ed thearmy date. Nor has any information been following: the monej of methods celebration. the in participate Utah ASF ziven OUt as to the jobs that they $80,499.93; that in one getting bonds) the Depot, i (buying wenaover; wiMon, Jinn will take 0ver, Wendover Army Air Base $36,722.52; dividual has an investment wit VY .rvv uuuuu arc cuiuucu w tello: Lt. Benlamln L Courtney R9th Sub. Dugway Proving Grounds, Recreation Workers be eventually repaid; while Depot, Denver; Lt. Vaughn B. Boynton, or commands on the basis of their Air Depot, $231,644.50; will Ogden the . Ar-14th (taxation) the go Boise; Capt. Ok la Van-- 1 Visit Field Today K.,f W :! Bushnell General Hospital, $46,809; mentother eloni. 99th Sioux Falls: LL " takes the money, and ft nur in Leon N. SieeeL 40th Kearns Army Air Base Facility, Denver: cannot replace civilians workers Recreation and is special that. Robert C. Dersonnel Stechman, 36th storage iruu thn total overhead Capt. $6,958; Army Air Base, Salt Lake , Depot, Sioux City. thnf ,nnM service officers from this and City, $22,375.43; Fort Douglas, war are bases meeting Salt require the assignment or soldiers. neighboring Lake City district, $2,300. Drive Hill Field today to discuss plans WAC enlisted personnel always at All contracts are scheduled for for further coordination of their serve under the immediate com' efforts and to afford completion by Sept 12, 1943. Here mand of WAC officers. They now and soldiers of the area great en have all the rights and privileges tertainment and recreational fa fRnntlniMA from Pan Oflt) Returned Capt Harold F. of regular army members, such , With th cnjHialtv rates W OASC Intelligence office, is as free mailing privileges, hospital cilities. The group will inspect Hillcrest back from an eight weeks course ing, the lack of insurance mi ization and other rights, and Ogden Air Depot installations in Base Intelligence given at the part of many soldiers has alnt Units are assigned to commands and fields in the same manner as as well as ' entertainment centers AAF Air Intelligence School in caused embarrassing situatiomj the government. In a specificwhoa members of the regular army of of the field. Harrisburg, Pa. the United States, but the allot there may be dependents m ments are made with due considerreceiving sufficient monthly serw a National ation given the suitability of the from fits lk-j Insurance policy. In the same contemplated duties for women t and the nature of housing and there may be dependentsthe whoat character of living and working receiving none. Oftenthat tbeK ents do not realize conditions, to safeguard the health, r-I morale and general of t v j, was the soldier's neglect to Vi the women, J ample coverage. First priority WAC jobs include present system, wbicM C E. Whiting . . . H1U Field's administrative The clerical jobs, air musical eomposer, is writing a Plies to all enlisted andthe ", w shifU new operetta, "The Oirl of the craft mechanic, business machine sioned personnel, I aa Afin. Ja alVIl li.. Sego Lily State," which he hopes operator, communications, drafting, for electrical, rood service, instrument te produce on the field, who has failed to provide sUtene a intelligence, machine renair. repair, dependenU has left sUtinf mi l.! The mining community of Bins'- - medical. motor trarumortatinn hi own handwriting ham and Bingham canyon from photography, printing and reoro- he does not desire the covew w to me present is tne setting auction, fingerprinting, radio, sheet for "The Oirl of the Sege Lily! metal work and weldinc. weather Un& State," a light opera being com- - utilities, supply, and textiles, leather posea now oy vi. m. wnmng, in- - ana rubber work. ventery unit. ' ' Mr. Whiting, a resident at Hill- rvi UriVC score VPCIl the entire crest, . i t is liwriting a a 1 in the speed Ha' A change nisi uuru ui una, opera, ine lirsi Tttl Ft SO miles two having been copyrighted some iT per hour UlSCS mitting IlOIlOgTapll was announced 3 time ago. areas 1 by Col. Lilburn D. Fatof, . H This one is in a light vein with An organization known as the commander. mucn numor ana aancing tnrougn- "Records for Our . .A iw-- i Fighting Men' out the composition, which calls has These are the west roaa of vx for a cast of 150. It is hoped that dent's War Relief Control Board, est sate to the endfrom j tnis entire cast will be recruited warehouse area and w J l For the next 60 days there will i lot from Hill Fielders. end of the parking rj be a nation-wid- e Five hundred enlisted men andteriaL The campaign to col- A graduate of Emerson school lect old, gas proof shelter WIU dump. and scratched officers attended the first chem broken, the iWi inspected by all of harmony in Boston and a con- - phonograph records. The scrap rec- - ical warfare after In all other areas demonstration con- the demonstration. attending, 20 mH Mrat remains be experiencc' ords will if. sold J"! and the proceeds ducted by the Base Chemical office The demonstration was speed 2?u.p witnessed hour. Whiting dates his Intimate associ- - will be used to purchase MJ new Friday night. called by Major William J. Anuskewicz, w.w. u. vpcrauc proiession phonograph records for distribution last Fator also CoL Those attending came from three chief of the OASC chemical action back to his school days. t0 the forces of the United organizations, regulations requiring . the 319th Depot Re- and members of his staff, including to He is available at the civilian States, armed - use sidewalks whererr to 431st Squadron, pair Platoon (left to QM dormitories after the day shift . ... above) Lt. William right re provided. i. j and the 432nd QM Platoon. B. Krlel, chief supply officer; Lt. "Pedestrians should tak tWM The demonstration was divided Martin a Part in the operetta, which, it can, and turn them in to J. chembase Shoemaker, Fator added, "that Col. the Base into three phases: orientation, ical officer; Lt A. to the left, facing Joseph Therrien, walk chemical agents and projection of assistant chief of the ac chemist traffic, and are not pei,1 H,eaduar.ter building. By chemicals; A room in nnp nf tu and tion, OASC: Malor Anuakir out on the high" m this matter enlisted incendiary decontamination, operating and Lt. George Seymore, assistant spread fighting. buildings is being . made ready for men win vehicular tranM fi obstruct to . vx.aaa W llll SI WW HI1II Two u display tables were used doss cnemicai officer. as a renearsai room for all nf tu.it.. , . Js hazard." a constitute e musical unite at Hiii,.r..t "u"urun to exhibit the chemical warfare A second demonstration "l be Strict enforcement of day rooms. first aid kit, munition.announced in the near futurj. latlon is planned. Sioux city; curomiskey, 347th t, Lt. Richard w. Haaw, sotn c,t&.i..n w n o..K- Depot, Mountain Home; Lt. Vernon A. she chow People who have cancelled J subscription to war bonfa W the impression that they cui : Base Will Take Part in Big Fiesta m . Captain Stvert Wedeberg, 14th AAF Storage Depot, Denver; IX Russell M. t, Brltton, 369th Pueblo; Lt. Robert If. Kahl, 354th La Junta; t, James p. 350th Hampton, 1. TIgmism Lieutenant (jg) Robert W. Las sen, of Ogden, whose wife, Alice Ray Lassen, was formerly em ployed as a nurse at Hill ieia, has been awarded the silver star and cited for gallantry in action, according to messages received in Ogden this week. Mrs. Lassen resigned her posi tion at Hill Field last January when she married, and has been living in San Diego since that time. Her husband was cited for "gallantry and intrepedity in ac tion the night of November 12 against the Japanese forces off Guadalcanal." is the meeting are: M. dan tt the V misunderstood, it closed yesterday at Bond Field to Join in. Pioneer Day Fete SnOUSe 'fWM'0' of Former tfjplrf f'iW I Viirr. anernoon. ana uiiicers irom storage depots who are attending t to the new withholding) tax law has been v ii Q xr R Millard. control officer of Ogden Air De- pot's supply division; Captain James McAlvin, budget and fiscal officer: Lt Col. Heber Scowcroft, warehousing; and Maj. Daniel J.mirrhftsinz and contractofficer. tag This afternoon Colonel Wolf will conduct a general discussion of the .recent supply officers' meeting at Patterson Field, Air Service Command Headquarters. Maj. Robert H. Raring will discuss ordnance, Maj. Murray will speak on propdeerty accounting and general Wilcentralization, and Lt. Col. liam H. Shields will conduct a discussion of supply administrative problems. The program for tomorrow includes a tour of the Ogden depot during the morning and a discus sion of individual problems en countered by supply officers in the ed of Sal of tl d Dri o'ctoc II . rni Utra law and leads to . f Recent alarming canr tion of war bond suW tions at Hill Field is attrr . District Technical Training Command at Denver, who will speak wa acon' the coordination of supply divitivities with their particular INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION . . . Monday, July 8th, saw the 31st Air Depot Group from sions. lull field Joining in ugaen'a Dig aowntown paraae. Also on the program this morn-- i T he Insurance Underway ;ht, f: by tl edn to 15 fie nd sti Hie 'ves c rhurs w iture rnce. g, ri( ' . Chemical Chief Sees Demonstration X f well-bei- ng , 4s . New Speed n, I m For West lOr Uld. I hn 'LfVi", J f Road f. J . h-- a - - -. To ?ollo mini hp ire, Coi mal Idler itior d ai out dre Jhe Pate. rce (The pre ft' '.Ik - I 0F I ime pnin jnce plita ain II a: fed. C rAf( ( Uu a 6!