American Field Service Bulletin American Field Service Service Automobile Américain Aux Armées Françaises August 23, 1917 No 8.<p> SECTION NOTES <p>Dear Mr. Editor :<p> Someone wished on me the job as official correspondent of Section 65 for the "Bulletin". I suppose it will prove almost as thankless a job as editing the bloomin' thing.
Section 65 has been enjoying a three weeks repos, but goes back to action tomorrow. No killed or wounded. Section is in mourning over the loss of its beloved Chef, James L. Tompson, formerly of Section 13, who suddenly made up his mind to return to America. He took with him Brewster Cleveland, affiliated with Section 65 from Section 13. Both losses are sorely felt. Section at present is in charge of Sous-Chefs Quirin and Caldwell. Our number has been increased by one by W. W. White who came over on the Espagne on April 26, but who shortly after his arrival, was stricken with hay fever which necessitated his going to Ireland for seven weeks. We all enjoy the "Bulletin" very much, and upon me falls the task of congratulating you upon it. Keep up the good work. The Service needs the Bulletin. <p>
Dear Mr. Editor, An "Old Bird" desires to express his approval of the "Bulletin". First, as a news sheet - Second, as a record - Third, as a means of