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DAILY SENTINEL, ROME, N. Y., FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 1945
New York City's subway sys- George Clyde III Wins
tem is the largest passengerAir Forces Pilot Wings
carrying railroad in the world,
5,716,000 fares being collected G e o r g e A.
every day as 7,000 trains speed Clyde i n . 19
over 740 miles of subterranean former Roman
received the siltrack.
ver wings of an
Army Air Forces pilot and was
sworn in as a
flight officer at
ceremonies at
Napier F i e l d ,
A1 a., an advanced s i n g l e
e n g i n e pilot *
school of the AAF Training Command.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Clyde,
Shaker Heights, O., Flight Officer
Clyde is a graduate of Rome Free
Academy.
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RAAF WILL BARE
ENGINES^ REPAIR
CANCER CONTROL
CAMPAI6NSLATED
Sons in Service
Rome Unit of Field Army
Sponsors Meeting Here
COMMANDER OUTLINES
ORGANIZATION PLANS
Will Show Vital Section to
Public at Open House
PLAN FULL EXHIBIT
AT EVENT ON MAY 6
Inside View of Fortress One
Of Many Features
of the
Methodist W. S. C. S. Hears Service
Church.
Religious Book Reviewed Miss Florence
dev of Amaranth: Past Presidents' Parley, American Legion
Auxiliary.
Mrs. Horace Douglas reviewed
Advertising In the Sentinel is the chapter on Korea from the
the cheapest way to tell thousands book "Christ After Chaos" at
what otherwise only a few would Wednesday afternoon's meeting of
know.
the Women's Society for Christian
First
Methodist
Carpenter led devotions. Mrs. Ellis Aldridge was
at the piano.
Mrs. Marion Lewis will review
the book "Papa Was a Preacher"
at the May meeting.
Mrs. H. P. Van Wagenen Is
Legion Home Speaker
Preliminary plans for a houseResidents of this area will have
to-house canvass to raise funds
their first opportunity on Sunday,
for the fight against cancer were
May 6, to get a close-up view of
made by Rome Unit, Field Army
the engine repair section of Rome
of the American Cancer Society,
Air Technical Service Command's
at a meeting held last night in
Maintenance Division.
the American Legion Home.
Visitors will
be
conducted
Mrs. Harry Parker Van Wagthrough this vital section during
enen. state commander of the
Rome Army Air Field's open house
Field Army, addressed representato be held May 6 from 1 to 5 p. m.
tives of local women's organizaThe first complete airplane entions. She was introduced by Mrs.
gine overhaul at the field was acDouglas Johnson. Rome Unit
complished early in March, 1943.
Cpl. James Gatley
commander, who presided.
Since that time many thousands
Terming the campaign "an allMr. and Mrs,
of power plants for craft of the
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out attack on cancer," Mrs. Van
Army Air Forces have gone Elmer Gatley,
Wagenen stated that the national
through the engine repair shops. Broadway, have*goal is $5,000,000 to be used for
Small groups of visitors have two sons in the
research, service and education.
been taken through the repair sec- service, one in
Eric Johnson is national chairman.
tion from time to time, but the the Army and
May 6 open house will mark the the other in the
The speaker traced the history
first time that it has been opened Navy.
of the Field Army, which has been
to the general public. Officers of
Cpl. J a m e s
in existence for nine years, and
the Maintenance Division will B. Gatley, 23,
discussed the broad program conguide visitors through the shops is fighting with
ducted by volunteer workers.
and explain their operation.
the Infantry in
The Field Army's educational
Germany. A
To View New System
program is carried on through
g r a d u a t e of
lectures by doctors on the medi
The visitors will see the new R o m e
Walter
Free
automatic system for cleaning dis- Academy, 1938, he was employed cal aspects of the disease, talks
assembled engine parts. Installed by the General Cable Corp. prior by officers on the work of the oronly a few months ago, it is, said to entering the service Sept. 8, ganization, films, radio transcripto be the greatest single improve- 1942. He went overseas in April, tions, puppet shows, posters and
ment in the history of the RATSC 1943, and was stationed for two exhibits, the state commander
Maintenance Division. This latest years as an aircraft armorer gun- said.
of a long series of production ner with an Air Base in England.
"Early cancer is curable," Mrs.
shortcuts practically eliminates He was recently transferred to an Van Wagenen stated, stressing
the most disagreeable phases of Infantry Division.
that cancer is an abnormal condiengine rebuilding.
S 2/C Walter B. Gatley, 17, tion which can be corrected if
Working on a conveyor belt sys- who joined the Navy Jan. 2, 1945, symptoms are recognized and
tem, the new process cleans engine has completed his basic training treatment started in time. She exparts better and twice as fast as at • Sampson and is now stationed plained the part clinics are playthe old system. Formally two at the Naval Air Technical Train- ing in cancer control.
shifts were required to clean the ing Center, Norman, Okla. He at"After the war we hope, with
parts disassembled by a single tended Rome Free Academy and the help of the medical societies,
shift. Now the cleaning easily was formerly employed by the to have detection clinics in sevkeeps pace with the disassembly. Rome Army Air Depot. He has eral states where people can go
The engine repair section is one just returned to his base after for physical examinations at a
in which a shortage of workers spending a week's leave with his nominal cost," she said. She added
exists. Open house attendants who parents.
that informriiion centers have
feel they would like to contribute
been established in many cities
to the war effort by working at
as a result of the work done by,
Rome Army Air Field will find Means of Securing Effects
the Field Army.
booths set up in the display area, Of Overseas Dead Explained
Organizations represented in the
inside the Flight Test Hangar,
Rome
Unit include Companions of
Disposition
of
personal
posseswhere officers will explain how
they may make application for sions of men in military service the Forest; Wanakena Chapter,
who die outside the United States O. E. S.; Catholic Women's Club,
employment.
explained today by John E. Rebekahs, Skillin Relief Corps 13,
The tour of the engine repair was
Veterans of Foreign Wars AuxiliFitzsimmons,
shops will be only one of many at- Service Agency.director, Veterans ary, Ladies' Nest of Owls, Women
tractions placed before visitors on
He said that his office had re- of the Moose, Daughters of Libopen house day. The most complete
erty, John H. Allendorf Court, Orexhibit of AAF equipment and ceived many inquiries concerning
the
subject.
materiel ever to be shown publicly
According to Mr. Fitzsimmons
in this vicinity will be on display.
office in charge of the disposiA ramp built around the nose and the
tion
Effects Quartermaster,
cockpit of a Flying Fortress, one of Armyis:
Effects Bureau, Kansas City
a number of combat aircraft to be Quartermaster
601 Hardeson display, will make it possible ty Ave., KansasDepot,
City 1, Missouri.
for visitors to get a view of the
Due to lack of shipping space,
big plane's interior.
he continued, and to the immense
The photographic exhibit will amount of work involved in locatfeature an AAF mobile photogra- ing and processing the personal
phic trailer, used in combat areas effects of deceased members of
to great advantage. Another ex- military personnel, many months
hibit in actual motion will be a may elapse before the next of
Link Trainer, used to give pilots kin is notified by the Kansas City
training in instrument flying. ,An Office.
aerial gunnery trainer also will be
The director advised that next
on display. A graphic exhibit show- of kin refrain from writing the
ing use of defense against chemical office as every possible effort is
attack has been prepared by the made for proper disposition as
Chemical Warfare Section.
An soon as possible.
outstanding exhibit of AAF Ord%
nance equipment will be shown.
Social Security Office
This will mark the third time
in three years and three months
Schedules New Hours
of the field's existence that it has
Edward G. Hooks, manager of
been thrown open to the public. the Social Security field office at
Approximately 130,000 visitors at- Utica, has announced that because
tended the open house of last July of the increased number of calls
30, and this time, according to of- from wage earners and survivors
ficials of Rome Air Technical Serv- of deceased wage earners visits to
ice Command, there will be much Rome by a representative of his
more to see than there was at that office will be changed.
time.
The new hours will be from 12
o'clock
noon to 4 p. m. each TuesAssist at Card Party
day in Room 202, second floor,
Prizes given at the public card Rome Post Office.
party held Tuesday evening by the
Hooks explained that advice
Past Matrons Club of the Holly Mr.assistance
will be given to
Chapter. 178, O. E. S., were ar- and
persons
who
wish
imranged for by Mrs. Gladys Jenny. mediate or futureto discuss
retirement
Mrs. Jessie Stedman and Mrs.
Ruth Wicks served on the refresh- plans, dr to relatives of deceased
wage earners w t o wish to file
ment committee.
for survivors benefits. Employees
and employers who need information with respect to accounts and
account numbers are also requested to contact the Social Security
representative.
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which
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that they attend
on the weekend
inspiration,
to do His
you do everything
families,
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and courage
of April
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to pray with all the power that is in them that
understanding
the
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Our
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Miss Mary Pearsall played two
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. Instructions concerning their
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