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Saturday, Oct. 9, 1943
mu ui tnett ana forgery of
government allotment and al
lowance checks, the Treasury
Department requests that all
By Camp Newspaper Service)
October 16, 1943
service men pass on to their
American Army engineers in
dependents the following a ’ i ,
-* g are building a rocky road
Official camp newspaper, published weekly in the interests o f the personnel
o f Camp Abbot, Oregon, under supervision of the Special Service Officer. News
to Tokyo which someday may
matter pertaining to Camp Abbot is furnished by the Public Relations Branch and
is available for general release.
until you are in the presence lead right up to the Mikado’s
Written contributions, art work and photographs are solicited and sh uld be
directed to the Public Relations Branch, Post Hdijs. Annex, Bldg. 202. Telephone
of the person who will cash it. front door.
Right now the Yanks on this
(2) Be su re you h ave a
The ABBOT ENGINEER receives material supplied by Camp Newspaper
deep su b sta n tia l mailbox. project are 3,000 m i l e s away
Service, War Dep't., 205 E. 42nd St., New York, N. Y. Credited material may not
be republished without permisión o f Camp Newspaper Service.
from Hirohito’s house, but al
H a ve y o u r name c le a r ly
ready they have chopped their
p rin ted on it. K E E P I T
Distributed free to camp personnel. Subscription rate to public, by mail: 50
Sgt. Martha Wheeler, Wac Co.,
way through mountains and
cents for three months; six months, $1.00; one year, 41.60.
left Camp Abbot Tuesday for
(3) Whenever possible, ar jungles from the Indian Iron-
range with the carrier to de tier far into Japanese-held terri
Wheeler was formerly in the X-
tory in Burma, building a road
liver the check personally.
ray department at the Station
(4) Notify p o sta l author way along which Allied armies
Hospital as X-ray technician and
ities im m e d ia te ly o f any can roll.
Entertainment On and Off the Post for Week
Assisting the engineers in
change of address.
October 16 to October 23
(5 1 Cash your check at the constructing "The Tokyo Road’’
Formerly on detached seryice
are Indian and Chinese workers
same place each month.
) at Recruiting Headquarters in
and Chinese soldiers 1 e d and
Informal Dance, Officers Club, Camp Abbot.
San Francisco, Calif., Sgt. Mary
self. Don’t send children to trained by American officers,
Open House, 8 p. m„ USO Bend.
Bartosiewicz, Wac Co., reported
cash chocks. Such a practice who are pushing the Japs back
for duty in the dental clinic at
Informal Tea, USO Bend, 3 to 5 o’clock.
en co u ra ges juvenile delin into the jungles as the building
the Station Hospital Wednesday
Choral Club, Wac Dayroom, 6:30 o’clock.
of this week.
Immediate purpose of this
GI Movies, Service Club, Camp Abbot, 7:30 p. m.
(7) DO NOT FOLD, PIN
new Burma road is to supply at
T/5 Gretl Derring, Wac Co.,
Bingo, Service Club, Camp Abbot, 7:30 p. m.
tacking forces in the fight on
MENT OR A L L O W A N C E
arrived at Camp Abbot Monday
the Japs. Its second objective is
Dance, All Purpose Bldg., 2030-2230.
from Ft. Monmouth, N. J. She
a meeting with the old Burma
“ Camp Abbot on Parade” (weekly radio broadcast) KBND, 7:45
has been assigned to duty at the
You have merely to clip or Road, now held by the Japs, so
Stamp Club, USO Club, Bond, 8 o’clock.
copy this all-important advice that supplies m a y reach the
sist Mrs. Helen Smith, hostess,
12th Group Talent Show, Service Club, 7:30 p. m.
with the Club recreational pro and mail it to the folks back Chinese by land as well as by
home. It may be the means air.
Bingo, USO Club, Bend.
The t r a i l goes through the
preventing future trouble
Game Night, Service Club, Camp Abbot.
heart of the head-hunting Naga
Corporal Lucille Conway, Wac
or in con ven ien ce. DO IT
Dance, USO Club, Bend.
tribal country and winds into
Co., left Wednesday for Fort Bel-
the lost reaches of the Burmese
voir, Va.t for a twelve weeks
The farther the
course in the army school of
SATURDAY “ Submarine Alert,” Richard Arlcn, Wendy
Barrie "The Good Fellow*;,” Cecil Kellaway, Mabel Paige.
tory the greater becomes the
SUNDAY & MONDAY “Sahara,” Humphrey Bogart, J. Car completion of her schooling, Cpl.
rol Naisb, Bruce Bennett; RKO News.
prospect that the engineering
Conway will return to her job in
TUESDAY "Claudia,” Dorothy McGuire, Robert Young, Ina
force will meet Japanese patrols.
the Publications Department at
Claire; Short Subjects.
sic programs soon will be added For this reason, a large force
\ \ EDNKSDAY
"Hostages," Luise Rainer, Paul Lukas, Wil this station.
to the Service Club’s list of rec of Chinese soldiers, led by
liam Bendix; Cartoon.
THURSDAY & FR ID AY “Sweet Rosie O’Grady,” Betty Gra-
Lt. Kathleen Lockwood, Wac ( reation activities, Mrs. Helen American Brig. Gen. Hayden
ble, Robert Young, Adolphe Menjou; RKO News.
Co., arrived at this station re Smith, club director, has an Boatner of New Orleans, is
cently for duty as Assistant Clas nounced. Inclusion of the two operating far in advance of the
sification Officer. Formerly with programs in the club schedule engineers.
the Classifications Division at awaits only the arrival of hobby-
Gen. Botner’s Chinese troops
Daytona Beach, Fla., Lt. Lock- craft sets consisting of materials have had repeated skirmishes
wood came here following sev for model building and the clas with enemy patrols but have suc
eral months of detached service sical recordings. Both have been ceeded in keeping the Japs so
By S/Sgt. William II. Harvey Mohun, JAGD, is the new Judge
in the 6th Service Command, ordered.
far away from the road that
The Legal Assistance Office at Advocate assigned to Camp Ab where she had been conducting a
T h e c l u b ’ s entertainment none of the engineers has ever
Camp Abbot is one of the busiest
survey of Wac assignments at schedule now includes bingo seen any of them.
the chief assistant to Major Mo the various posts in the com
offices on the post. The compila
night each Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.,
In this way the “Tokyo Road’’
hun who with Sgt. Joseph E.
talent shows each Thursday is growing — through swamp
tion of problems and cases pre Nelson, Pfc. Robert White, Pvt mand.
night, game night and songfest and morass, over hills and
sented to the hoard in September Mason Gilboli, and Mrs. Ann
Reporting for duty as Assis Friday and showings of GI through valleys-inching along
shows an increase of 100 per Hamilton comprise the staff of
tant Postal Officer, Lt. Mary movies every other M o n d a y into Burma.
over the previous monlh. Income the Judge Advocate Branch. Of
tax troubles lead the list while ficers are in Headquarters An Frances Hunter arrived at Camp night. Prizes totaling approxi
in the aggregate domestic rela nex A, Bldg. 202. Hours are from Abbot early this week from the mately $3 in trade are offered
tions paced the field. The prob 8 a. m. to 5 p. m., and at other 3rd Wac Training Center at Day for bingo. Grand prize is a SI
to the Bend Bulle
lems and cases presented, in- times by appointment.
been on duty with the postoffice
tin may be obtained by Camp
cluing conferences, opinions, and
HERE’S WHERE IT GOES
Abbot personnel through ' t h e
correspondence relating thereto,
I f you've been wondering Special Service Office, it was
Dog Troops Made Value
about the distribution of United announced this week. The Bul
Known During W orld W or States food products, you can letin will arrive here about 5
LOCATION OF CHAPELS
Post C h a p e l . Bid*. 208; 11th Gp.
The arrival of K-9 or dog stop now. Here’s the answer, ac p. m. and will be delivered im
Annulments . ................. 17 Rldvr. 754 : Hospital Chapel in Red Cross
Bid»?. 1256 ; 12th Gp. Chapel, troops at Camp Abbot is not en cording to the Office of War In mediately.
Persons wishing to
tirely a new corps of the Army. formation. The lion’s share, 75
subscribe to the paper may do so
O th e r............
In the first World W ar they first per cent, goes to civilians; 13 by contacting Pvt. Leo Rizzo at
Friday, Oct. 15, 7:30 p. m. Post
made their mark. The Germans per cent to our armed forces; 10
the All-Purpose Recreation Hall,
it; Chapel t Bldg. 208).
employed them in the greatest per cent to our allies and two per
phone 64. Subscription rate is
numbers, up to 30,000 messenger cent to territories and neighbors.
25 cents per week.
Confessions Saturday, *Post
and ambulance dogs having serv
Powers of Attorney
10 Chapel. Masses at 9 n. m. and
21 6:30 p. m. Sunday at Post Chapel. ed with their forces. The French
The W o lf
Income Tax .
90 Masses daily, except Thursday, used them for more varied work
O th er Taxes .
12 at 5:10 p. m. at Tost Chapel.
Mortgages & Foreclosures
10 Choir rehearsal 7 p. m. Tuesday. the fact that when time came for
demobilization in 1910 they had
15,000 in training. During the
Services at 10 a. m. and 7:30
3 Sunday at Post Chapel. Service years 1914 to 1913 French mili
6 for 52nd Battalion (quarantine) . tary canine casualties exceeded
at 11th Group Chapel at 6 p. m. 3.500 killed and 1,500 missing in
201 and service for 53rd Bn. (quar action. It is recorded that one
Advantage was taken of the antine) at 7:00 p. m. 11th Group section of these dogs took but
arrangements made by this of Chapel. Monday Bible study. four days to haul 90 tons of am
/Ice with the Portland Office of Post chapel. Choir Rehearsal at munition up to a battery which
men. horses and mules had vain
the Internal Revenue Bureau to 7:00 p. m. Post Chapel.
ly struggled for two weeks to
HOSPITAL SER\ ICES
have a representative of the Bu
Catholic confessions at Red reach.
reau In attendance Thursday and
Friday, 23 and 21 SeptemN'r, to Cross Recreation Hall at 7 a.m.
provide additional assistance to Sunday. Mass (visitors invited)
LEAVE EOR O fS
personnel here concerning the at Red Cross Recreation Hall at
Pvts. Gordon K. Brannon and
proper application of the 1043 7:30 a. m. Sunday. Protestant Robert D. Nininger. both of Com
Income Tax I,aw. Many ques service at Red Cross Recreation pany A. 56th Battalion, were pro
tions and problems were pre Hall at 10 a. m. Sunday.
moted to the grade of corporal
sented and answered.
and left this week to attend the
Personnel served, in addition
Engineer O ffic e r C a n d id a te
L. D. S. service at 7 p. m. Wed School at Fort Be!voir, Va.
to those stationed here, included
Officers and enlisted men of the nesday at 11th Group Chapel.
adjacent Maneuver Area and the Christian Science service at 7 p.
Rigby. Ida. <CNS>-Coeds in
Madras and Redmond Air Bases. m. Thursday at 12th Gp. Chapel. the town high school are mak
The Legal Assistance Office
ing the best of the boy shortage.
functions as a part of the Judg-'
Watch for war community At the next dance half the girls
Advocate Branch. Major John B. chest drive.
are coming disguised as boys.
v u t t i^
n u u u i
A A lU O J '
Stanford University, Palo Alto,
California, where she will enroll
in the school of Physical Ther
apy for a six months course of
study, under the War Depart
ment’s newest branch of post
war rehabilitation. Upon comple
tion of her studieis, Cpl. Tug-
well will be known as a Physi
cal Therapy Aide and be com
missioned a s ’ond lientenant in
the Army Medical Corps.
New Programs Set
For Service Club
Legal Assistance Office Here
Handles Varied G I Troubles
CH U R C H RITES