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rk Load Starts ef Placed xes L-- Hill Field, Field; planned 3 of Dime March relief of infan- - the , in 2, Thursday, at the mammoth Dance of sponsored by be nel Vrfd Welfare Council, for 4!rt. Admission ofwill be pass CJn 'presentation 27, events are being Planned be Syffair and music will orchea-rJ- T irful de IirfSfrwIU a hold forth in the club. Jdd officers' dime contributions are STin the following places on warehouses 38, , 63, 17, or A dormitories, east bar-Wk)B bU; officers' mess,head-ite front hall, supply duplicating building; headquarters; coke room, C headquarters; employment i tht civilian of-Cba- se house; east haH, slg-tool room ii iwtioa warehouse; 5r bliti hangar; front hall, ci- net, dock building, and the personnel A ttearre. i Ranker o on: Mentation Bill nrpst of Britain" "Battle u Forest Ranger Thomas 7 s tt Hill Field speaking liOltar. fc.Sfry, In the foresC service at Cache H. to as Nation-Ikm- t, enthusiastically and with I Hi of films tells the forest i Html resources conservation x. Ai part of his lecture the a hit service and the vital Tsrotkrn job it performs are issl A discussion follows each i l Ranger Sevy. beginning January 24 i to orientation program back J flu "Why We Fight- - series. iptcial services information The Battle of Britain,' will to Jam classes. By End of Current Week War Workers' Night Has Debut USO Camp Show, At Ugden USO This Ev eninsf 'Clear tlie Way,9 Next Week Complete returns on work load analyses being prepared in all de partments at Hill Field were ex pected by the end of this week by Major LeRoy R. Farmer, OASC director of manpower, and ASC manpower experts here to assist in the survey. Major Farmer told the Hillfleld- er that no official statement on the Hill Field manpower picture could be made until reports were in from all departments. If the reports, "Analysis of Personnel and Word Load'' are prepared accur ately, a reasonably true estimate of manpower needs here will bo Plays The new, gay musical revue, "Clear the Way," a USO camp show, is scheduled for appearance at Hill Field on January 27. One of the most elaborate of camp shows, this production will be staged gratis for military person nel stationed here. "Clear the Way" will include performances by comedians, singers, and dancers. Chatter ses- possible. The report will also indicate sions, trick hoofery, teen-ag- e girl saved through the trios rail straight from Broadway adoption of conservation measures in any department; also, type of compose this parade of work accomplished: total direct and magic as distinguished from The performers are: Milton personnel supervisory; a brief description of, Douglas, emcee; Harry Hines, work performed if it cannot be comedy bit; Darlene Walders, senactual production andj measured; r; Ansational 1 Nancy total personnel of unit by months) and drews, songs, comedy parody g " nm) Milton Douglas & Co., stel during 1943; estimated average ref Rented entertainers are Hill Fielders Buth Carlson, piano; per month for next lar comedy act (Douglas, Hines, quirements Patrick Ford and Marilyn Arnell who will appear in tonight's war three months; occupational invenPriscilla); Two Sharps, jitterbug tory worker? talent show at the Ogden USO. Their smiles should be dancing; Rudy Carlton, showing occupational titles, and pianist duplicated by an expected-capacit- y audience when they take the musical conductor, and Rodney daily output per person, average work load handled daily, person. stage. . Bell, impersonator. nel required, and excess personnel. Bill Field will have a "quarter Major Farmer declared that the d interest" in the war reports will be studied carefully here and recommendations made workers talent show tonight at where it is felt economies can be m. in USO. the Ogden eight p. effected. The Big Four military installaHe said that possibly by next week the reports will be forwarded tions In the vicinity Hill Field, to ASC headquarters at Patterson Ogden arsenal, Clearfield naval as will reports from all ASCi Field, supply and ASF depots will each From studies made there depots. old the in Our choice of the week for thestructions" published contribute fifteen minutes of work loads will be drawn up for eacn depot and overall manpower entertainment to most concise, limpid, and trenchant directory. needs determined; also, work loads short three occurs on Five on bit field the of major steps plus prose the show. Bill Frazer, welfare and be more equitably distributed. may com unanswerable of d Hill four of the paragraphs recreation director here, has lined page Assisting Major Farmer in the mentary constitute the little work, manpower survey up three experienced performers Field telephone, directory. here during the Step number one is "BE SURE past two weeks have been for the Hill Field share who would It is entitled "How to Dial" and is as thorough and unequivocal a OF THE TELEPHONE NUMBER. Harold A. Mayforth and 1st LA. scintillate in any show. S. M. Wilde, members of Patrick Ford will give out with little piece as we've seen in a If you do not find it in the direc- Raymond war manpower (section; his impersonations of famous per- mighty long time. In some respects tory, dial "0" Information." Read it ASCs When the survey is complete, the) sonalities, Dorothy Carlson is set it is even superior to "Dialing In- - again. Are you sure you have it? position of every Hill Field em to sing a vocal solo and the "OriNote the caps. After all, Roger, ploye will reveal itself to be jusginal Tingle Toes," Marilyn Arnell what doth it profit a man though tified or unjustified depending on will tap dance. Miss Arnell has the nature and amount of duties he taketh down tho receiver, but attached. danced on numerous occasions at dialeth the wrong number. the USO. Meetings have been held during Master of Ceremonies will be Step two: "REMOVE RECEIV the survey with key personnel in Donald I veteran divisions and special sections McDonald, ER FROM THE HOOK AND all emcee. The program is sponsored in order to acquaint them with the a TONE DIAL FOR LISTEN method of preparing the report. by the Ogden Industrial Recreation g sound. DO Unit supervisors have prepared council composed of representatives Ten years as secretary to the steady from the war and navy department, administrative vice president of NOT START TO DIAL UNITL the report for their particular U. S. employment service, USO and Columbia Broadcasting System in YOU HEAR THIS TONE." Okay, units and forwarded them through channels to the chiefs of their other agencies interested in bring New York is practically synono- just try and find anything doubtful respective divisions. v new an to mous workers with explosive, ing Ogden vicinity about that. Survey officials said the main and keeping old ones satisfied. ing existence, and a Hill Field WAC Step three; "LEAVE THE RE tenance division would come in for The Clearfield naval supply depot enjoyed every minuce oi iu band will play for dancing follow She is Pvt. Thora McClary, who, OEIVER OFF THE HOOK AND detailed scrutiny because mainte representatives said their after three months of Des Moines, PLACE YOUR FDMGER IN THE nance of ing the talent show. 750 engines per month quota and Conway, basio training Iowa, OPENING WHERE YOU SEE was not being met due to insuffi THE FIRST FIGURE OF THE cient personnel. NUMBER YOU WANT TO CALL.' Now, there's no use placing your Back spigget or in Chaplain Tubesing finger on the shut-oyour mouth. It won't get you any From S. Dakota Depot where. Just place your finger in Chaplain Karl A. Tubesing, OASO is expected to return late see first the where the one chaplain, opening you Two Hill Field officers and from an inspection tour this week to want the of number civilian were recently appointed you figure at the Rapids City, S. D, it like as the Army Emergency Relief call, says. checked He chaplain ac"PULL DIAL Committee for this installation. Step four: at the military organizaAROUND UNTIL FINGER tivities The officers are Major R. Barthere. He is schedSTRIKES THE FINGER STOP. tion stationed ton. AAB special information of to uled lead the Protestant service and from Remove finger opening ficer; Major Karl A. Tubesing, allow dial to return to normal. DO next Sunday morning in the base OASC chaplain, and Mr. Edward NOT FORCE DIAL." Read it again. cnapeL B. Eisen. , American ilea vrasa, Do you have it? Now. read it again, who serves If base your L Q. is under 145 which adjuH. Sorrels, E. Capt. take in almost everybody should for tant, said that all applications .. S.A. I t It read again. Soak it up. Kener snouia Army Emergency Pvt. Flora McClary ''PROCEED IN THE five: officer. Step AER to the referred TO DIAL THE REWAY SAME administrative school. The purpose of this organization FIGURES OF THE is to relieve distress of any kind now finds herself assistant to the- MAINING in AAB headquar- NUMBER IN THE ORDER IN on the part of military personnel sergeant-majo- r WHICH THEY APPEAR." such and their dependents. Any Here is the exegesis: distress will be handled sympaWith CBS through its formative THE RINGING SIGNAL 'OR back looks thetically. years, Pvt. McClary on her , BUSY SIGNAL should be THE Intended part pride The AER fund Is not with justifiable soon after the dialing is com heard mushfor purely recreational activities or m a decade that saw CBS coast- pleted. The ringing signal is an for expenses in connection with room from a 40 to 130 station sound intermittent an networK, irora furloughs unless they are ofcases called the telephone indicates that buildemergency nature. Relief in of office space to an entire is being rung. The busy signal is a of distress may be in the form ing and four theatres. wmcn inai fast recin of loans, grants or assistance Most vivid highlight Is her and cute the called line is busy. the four days kind. IF YOU MAKE A MISTAKE civilian personnel, and the declaration of TN DIALING or if your finger slips following Military of wa? having knowledge of any case keeping abreast of she or does not strike the stop, or you Kaltenborn, distress among military personnel do not hear the ringing or busy or their families, are encouragedcom-to JaT in thfjob continually and a irnal within a reasonable period inform the Hill Field AER Jed wis just something to dream (at least 20 seconds) hang up for a mittee of such Instances. p!onds and then dial again. ab0.utL .a t he iob of being a "TO MAKE SUCCESSIVE McClary explains her CALLS replace the receiver for a X was four aeconda after each call." Lt Ralyea In Hospital "I with Sment uj tag l.k. ELECTED . . . As assistant Now, with a little practice and by NEWLY of bitten by the patriot Lt Robert 3. Ralyea, treasurer the HIU Field Fed- -, Instructions, following these simple Ana a base adjutant, is In base hosp.tal of d, Is Viva other' ,ot9 Union Credit .era! the anyone can achieve this week recuperating from an ap'" east coast aircraft Almost employe relations branch motor skills necessary to operate a The union provide pendectomy performed s telephone contraption. It may bethea counselor. end. Lt Peter Macy, who loans for worthy purposes t in it worth on but hard struggle, assistant adjutant, is carrying ab gOOd Ww members end. In the office in U. Raly.eas welL top-flig- ht man-hou- music-come- K c rs dy acro-dance- 54 Learn By Doing! Achieve Skill On Telephone By Following These Few Simple Instructions newly-planne- local- ly-contributed 'humm-mmmin- fast-mo- n Civilian Named Assistant To AER Committee jield Fire Marshal aed Owe weeks on the Job as assistant fire marshal uanes B. Hallet But be- tlS lUd i L WACPrivateLooks Back on Ten Years With CBS Two Officers, One i Charles Hallet M Completion Seen 3 1944 Lt.-Co- limine to the usual time sched- ivmj- orientation lectures this Jt jump from war to conserva- - j 19, newly-issue- Epic Film For Next Week atut ranger Wednesday, January C7 each ione dimeandfromcivilian. military for coin will be ?yenient spots all over is entirely yol-fi- ad f wUldrive include no solici- - a high-grajet unnamed. 29th, Saturday, r - Ogden, Utah Reports Still Due ff sub-dep- ot. a ex-offic- io. i y ( K 9. if Treasurer m ... ) A burr-burr-trl- ng st 'busz-buxx-bu- U Charles Hall ! '4k? weeks here, Lt year servico in t aqsryT iJtT WffJjTf to two and a he was yet, the Panama 'ssj 2lth"Jn sSS,1, then transferred jSSfcJ MC,d ASC M training ,H ---1 Com-mutat- or fr Old-roy- OTu0 i6" U. "eadquar-ci- u ntil receiv t?rvf officers S 5?"" Miami Beach, uLu' and commis. "le, Just 85 miles ia"." sence. wse."