The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on September 15, 1971 · Page 46
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 46

Ogden, Utah
Issue Date:
Wednesday, September 15, 1971
Page 46
Start Free Trial

Ogden Standard-Examiner, Wedncsday.Jeptcrabcr^ 1 ?!! Dirt, Tiny Flaws Ruin Bearings Pitting, traces of | fingerprints or other flaws are j potentially harmful ( 0 a Installation S e r v i c c s' ad- reading program for 100 grade j outgoing correspondence j hearing, minisfrative services division school children, whose parents} To insure rapid handling 0 E| After inspection, the has kept its typists, file clerks,''are employed at the depot.]outgoing mail, with reai messengers, forms controllers,:Presentation of certificates cfj^.S ^'all mail is "K-\ w7ap'and KTin anothera,Y photographers, etc., doing j commendation for completion <« j comp )j s hed within this function | lock for movement to corrosion proper LONG-TIME EMPLOYES at Defense Depot Ogden who have risen to management positions include, left to right, John L. Stewart, director of planning and management, and Leith E. Burns, deputy director, storage and transportation. double time to keep up with the course was made Colonel |j n f our categories, demands this past year, ac-! Robert B. Ladd, commander, 143.7 per cent; cording to its chief/ John Insisted by Ihc Dejjy ^^. Mcredltl1 - , J" 13 ?/ 10 !' ,, . A ' L : P r ox im a The record managementischalbrack, and the director of i mca t e d. program the past year achieved: installation services, Colonel G,M7 cubic feet of records , C.F. Kolankiewicz. cleared from depot files and 927 1 The special services activity cubic feet forwarded to the 1 and unit fund acquired a new records holding area for future 'snowmobile, and had a busy! clearing or forwarding to a! season of snowmobiling and i.e. slate, packaging room. the Bearings arc placed iu water city, 18.4 per c^wi^a '- perccnlages in-'and placed in chipboard la L tons. r " nalional holding area. This total of 7,074 cubic feet of records -would have required 1,176 additional filing cabinets at a cost of $58,800 ami ap- iroximately 7,000 cubic feet of additional office space. skiing. golfing Keeping operations going In the most effective and efficient way possible is the mission of the Office of Supply and Management at Defense Depot Ogden. Tn addition to setting standards for each job and providing work measurement tools and techniques, this office is involved in research, development and pilot testing of several psrmanent projects for operational improvement. One of the major projects currently being carried out is the development of a mechanized freight and shipping terminal (MOFAST) which is a continuation of the started of a mechanization effort with installation mechanized warehouse complex a few years ago. Now, in addition to mechanized receiving and storing, DDO will have a mechanized shipping function. This is a coordinated project, with representatives from sevei at depot activities—storage and transportation, facilities engineering, data systems- working together to unify construction, materials handling, and computer requirements for the whole system. Project manager for MOFAST is John Stewart, director of the planning and managcnien office. A contract for the building changes required for the new terminal was awarded in October, 1970, and construction began the month following. Cost for this part of the facility is $338,610. Low bidder for the materials handling portion was Rapisfan Inc., was with a bid of $919,987. It awarded the contract in March, 1971. Computer support will cosl about $85,000 annually. The new terminal should be competed and ready for use next April, and expects to amortize its cost in about year. Boats, camper, equipment have exceptionally popular this pastj year. Considerable refinishing, rebuilding of furniture, and an automotive repair has kept the In the forms control program'! hobby shop busy. during the past year, more than 1,840 forms were reviewed for absolescence, 89 new .forms established; and 480 abolished. READING PROGRAM DDO's special services library conducted a two-week summer A new graphic aids function, composed of a department and photographic visual aids department, was established in May, 1971. More than 16,000 photographs were produced during the past year by the photo lab, and innumerable film strips and audio-visual aids produced for briefings and training programs. The reproduction unit produced more than 4,500,000 copies of offset type material. Mail and distribution personnel handled more than 2.E million pieces of incoming and FIRST Miss Rodeo DDO queen was DiAnne Cunningham, who won the title in 1966. Complete Selections of FABRICS 2357 Woshlngton Blvd. 36lh and Hor/fson Blvd. A ALUTE ON YOUR 30th Anniversary We invite all Defense Depot Ogden employees to drop'in and see (he new fall styles in fine clolhes. Washington Blvd. at 24th Street DEFENSE DEPOT OGDEN -* — ANNIVERSARY

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free