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A strong possibility that Wacs will arrive at the Sioux City army air base^ isooh was revealed Wednesday in Ipe Bombardier, official publication of the air base.
The paper said that, during a [recent visit by Gen. Edward J. Stackpole, "plans were devised for a more economical utilization of manpower in places where enlisted men and civilian personnel could be replaced by the incoming Wacs."
However, Capt. F. E. Shick, public relations officer at the base, stated that he had not received any definite information as to the possible arrival of the Wacs.
Capt. Shick said he "hoped the Wacs would arrive here sometime this month." If the Wacs came to the base, he said, the first group probably would be small, but that •larger units would follow.
In connection with plans discussed while Gen. Stackpole was at the base, the paper said:
"This (utilization of Wacs) will undoubtedly a
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