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Opens itoy 22 atiojifall Soppily in ASC Chiefs fceveal Pay, 11-- n47 Jobs 1 1 LOntiWWWm To Gather For Parley BSF Vol. 2 Adjustment Gains" Approval Hill Field, Utah I Field Is Host Wednesday, May 10, 1944 To Ranking General Arnold Visits Field Second Time in Week ) A raise in the pay Vtes of 47 different positions Hill Field under the locality wage stem was authorized this leek in the "office of the com- knding general, Capt. Ellis cation Demars, disclosed anch chief, yes- ; ; : rday. af- - No. Supply Heads 8S Ogden in-hiri- ng ; classifi employes will be Demars said, adding it the new rates will take effect tinning with the pay period start- May 22nd. AH new workers ed in any one of the affected will start at the increased es. he said. He explained the new rates aa essary to bring pay lor these Is into balance with prevailing es in other industries in the lo- area. 700 ed, Capt. ASC-wid- tits' beted will receive CP-SO- 's (Noti-ttio- ri of personnel action) within short time, Capt. Demars said. k positions changed together h new and old rates will be ted in all departments. - yches Chairman f Safety Meeting J. Dyches, OASC safety en- - eer, has been named general lirman of the a safety convention scheduled June 29th, 30th and July 1st at Newhouse Hotel in Salt Lake Utah-Idaho-N- e- f. rominent people in the nation's pty program will be in attend- e, including Lt Col. Harrv D. Inel, ASC safety chief, who will K. and Bob Donovan, regional pty consultant for the west st. jant Canning Sugar? en Register Today oday is the last day Hill Field "an and military personnel y register for canning sugar. may do so until game room of the ministration building, Sahara 'age, rationing branch officials p yesterday. ppucants must bring number r food ration books with them. se interested p. m. in the STOPPING HERE AAF, wa Service 1 ewu thousand. w Secon dfheatreT" To Open For MiKtaiy Additional Movie Facilities Are Being Completed ' Plans to ease crowded theatre conditions for military personnel are off the drafting table and a second Post movie house to be called War Department Theatre No. 2 is tentatively set to open some time this week end. From Capt. Richard Pickens, Base theatre officer, and his assistant SSgt. Charles Rice come the announcement that special service section work crews are already rushing to complete the coninto a version of Building modern movie house. Situated, as it will . be, in the lower military area, the new theatre should prove a boon to troops, in that area and go far toward lightening the load placed on the Post theatre due to increased personnel. Programs at the new theatre will be identical with those at the Post theatre and price, of. course, the same in accordance with War Department policy. Special service section is . sparing no effort . to equip the new building with all latest accommodations and facilities possible. E-2- 53 ommanding General Willing o uiscuas Emnlove Problems Safety iRefcord Is Set in April -'-- 45-min- Field Accidents . Reduced I 1 Maj. Gen. Peterson am .afv.1 inat the Commanding General im at all times to Js wuh wining any employe his par-- r Problem ami wnrUin, nn. whe-it is demed (!"! w are of sufficient that suchll import-rWarant the attention of e i. powever. tmhinu.. .t.M..t.i cases sek redress from their wiale superior or department ' through (Is, Ifntcessary. until proper i "If such permission is denied, it proper for the employe to contact Headquarters directly for an Interview with the Commanding General. Department Heads receivto ing such requests are directed the with arrange appointments Commanding General immediately. "Officers, Department Heads, and all depot personnel, are reminded that a communication addressed to the Commanding General must be forwarded by indorsement, irrespective of opinions of intermediate personnel.'' man-hou- rs Pays Field Visit Dramatic Club to Open Soon at USO i Good Luck! fa' ' . '' tf - ', ? 1 week, Brig. Gen. Morrlsredres Is received. Where an em- man, OASC commanding gen ploye feels that he has not received again exoresaod hli wllllnr. full justice and proper treatment P to discuss with employes their and desires a personal interview FlCUIar nrnKlnm. ...V.. it I. with the Commanding General, he Pf.d such matters warrant his should first obtain the permission inlion. of his department head to bring pe following statement was is- - such matter to the Commanding v "" ma onice: General's attention. thia Cflmmonil Robins To his ' . mt ktem Flexible the locality wage system here is bci'ole enough to allow lor aa- itments in hiring rates when the :asion requires, he pointed out. le stated that an intensive study being made at the present time determine other positions corn- under the system wherein up- rd adjustments may be made. thin the next few months, many er jobs will be adjusted, he as ked. mployes included in any of the different position classifications aC ai-vis- ion ;;' Vbout Air Service Command Hill Field will be host to ASC supply experts from major depots throughout the United States, including the Atlantic and Pacifio air service commands, during a nation-wid- e supply conference here May 22, 23 and 24, Brig. Gen. Morris Berman, OASC commanding : general, announced yesterday, Conference keynoter will be Maj. Gen. L. T. Miller, ASU supply chief. This will be the fifth regular e supply division conference, said Col. Paul W. Wolf, OASC supply chief. At previous meetings new supply techniques, revision of existing practices and adoption of basic changes in the supply system were considered. ' 'This conference," said Gen. MilN ler, "is designed for the purpose of further discussing future plans and problems of the AAF insofar as such developments affect the supply system." Here to Make Plans He said only by such "forward www ' M dican the ASC planning" pral Henry II. Arnold, commanding general of the. vision fulfill the demandsupply which it Vis Herman, commanding general of the Ogden Air will be called upon to meet in the and why not? All over the world the thud of ASC mounting global offensive. blasting the enemy desperation; all over the is responsible for the maintenance of the AAF were gaining and hole u;iremacy. and supply of all AAF planes at home and overseas. Fn ttia mnil time in a. wecK. Col." Wolf is directing arrange-men- ts -for the three-da- y affair to be attended by supply division officials from each of the ten other ASC control depots in addition to a large delegation of administra' ' accompanied by Lt, Colonels srf tive officials from Patterson Field, McCabe and R, Proctor .members Ohio, headquarters. Three delegates each from : of bis' staff. San Antonio, Oklahoma Rome, he stay During his City, Sacramento, Spokane, San made hurried inspections of the Bernardino, Mobile, Fairfield, Warner-and Middletown Air supply and maintenance divisions, Are. Service Commands, the Miami Air acompanied by ranking Hill Field officers. He landed at 1:15 p. m. Depot and two each from the AtAll-Tim- e lantic Air Service Command, NewLow left at 2 p. m. ark, New Jersey, and the Pacific On the previous Monday he Air Service Command, Oakland, stopped over while his plane was ever record The best safety Calif- - are expected. refueled and had a cup of coffee made at Hill Field was attained at the base cafeteria. They will arrive here by rail and and will be quartered in the freoverall 'air an with during April officers' barracks during theii quency rating of 2.31 (accidents A detailed inspection of the of accident stay. per million OASC suppiy division, with special exposure), Maj. Robert R. Af flick, attention to techniques employed OASC safety officer, disclosed yes- in the preparation of material foi overseas destinations, is scheduled terday. the afternoon of the second day. Major General Virgil L. Peter Previous low frequency rating son, United States Army Inspector lowGeneral, paused here briefly last was in March, with 2.49; third week after his plane was forced to est was February, with 4.46. land due to adverse weather condi A. C Bookout, regional safety tions. After an Informal visit with Hill consulant, west coast area, visited Field ranking officers, he left for the branch this week on a routine an unannounced destination. He schedule and congratulated safety Dramatics wil soon appear at was accompanied by Brig. Gen. P. engineers and instructors for the Hil Field in a big way! Since a great deal of interest has been E. Brown, assistant to the Inspec excellent showing. shown in Dramatic Clubs, Hill tor General. Maj. Afflick said the monthly Fielders and friends may find reASC ratings were not yet out The lease of their pent-u- p emotions, et ASC report will reveal OASCs cetera, by becoming a member of the new Dramatics Club under standing with other ASC Miss Raylowe at the USO, 24th ' Street, Ogden. iiiiiii mm ' 'V, Is entirely ... SHIPS Cpl. Sylvester AdesM, former managing editor of the Illllflelder, left the field last week for other pastures, lie was standing nearby when the paper was born and helped nurture it ever since, serving as managing editor since last September. To him, Illllflelder staff members, te a man and woman, wish him the best of everything. WAC Anniversary Parade Set For Salt Lake City Monday WAC week, to celebrate the sec - 4 The WAC was created by an Ex anniversary of the organiza ecutive Order of the President and of the Women a Army Corps, was originally known as the Worn 15th, 1942, will be observed en's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) at Hill Field and throughout the later changed to WAC, July 1, 1943. United States beginning tomorrow, A radio show, dramatuntil izing the job of the WACs in the May 11th, and extending Wednesday, May 17th, Col. John S. U. S. army, will be broadcast over MacTaggart, OASC personnel and station KSL in Salt Lake City, training division chief, announced Monday night at 6:30 p. m. Hill Field WACs will appear on the yesterday. A huge parade, sponsored by the program. Hill Field WAC detachment will A transcription devoted to WAC be held in Salt Lake City next Mon- activities will be broadcast over day, and will feature the WAC re- station KUTA in Salt Lake City, cruiting caravan which has been Saturday at 8:20 p. m., and will touring the state for the past sev feature the OASC "Keep 'em Flyeral weeks. This caravan will stage ing" orchestra plus WACs from this an outdoor show at the conclusion station. of the parade. The transcription will be made Hill Field will enter three floats tonight at the USO in Salt Lake in the parade, one depicting the located at 201 East First South. repair function at this field show- Hill Fielders living in Salt Lake ing WACs actually at work on a City are cordially Invited to this 0 fighter plane: one. a slant show which begins at eight p. m. birthday cake commemorating their and continues until nine. Civilians second anniversary with will be admitted on presentation WAC cooks) alongside. of pass and badge. ond tion May P-4- white-uniform- ed i X.