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|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
ners of Maintenance Safely Awarl 4 J) Ms Folder, Message Now Available Giving war bonds for Christmas ? Base finance office has just the attractive folders in which you'll want to enclose a war bond for that festive occasion, and you may have one for each bond you buy. The folders are the size of a bond, and have a Christmas landscape painting on each. The message is: "So there'll always be a Christmas my war bond gift to Data Reveals Net Gain In New Jobs Hire Nearly 900 Workers Here you." It's easy to buy war bonds, and they're easy to mail. Don't forget them when you make up your Christmas shopping list. During November ' ' Give Safety Trophy In Maintenance The accessories and miscellane ous repair- section of maintenance won the recently established main tenance safety trophy award for October, presented monthly to that section in the maintenance division with the best safety record. This is the second time the trophy has been awarded since its initiation in maintenance. Instrument repair section won it in September. Capt. Robert R. Afflick, OASC safety officer, presented the plaque yesterday to S. W. Kubisch, general superintendent in accessories and miscellaneous repair section who accepted in behalf of the 877 employes in the section. The sec tion worked, during November, a total of 182,416 manhours with only 79 accidents. Only one of these was e a accident. The employe concerned was absent one day as a result. - '''l"'UU''r''Trnr ... .: '"" ''"' " IT The miscellaneous and accessories section, Sherwood W. BEHALF OF Kubisch, left front ..pertotendent, accepts the safety trophy for October given monthly to section in to Front record. left row. best safety right, Kubisch, Max Muir, assistant cenera foreman repair; Captain Robert R. Afflick, OASC safety officer; Emil j. lef To Eddie Mustian, Ralph P. Stephenson, L. R. Richardson, William W. West, Wayne J. Shrin.pton.Earl Tipton. Back row, left to right: Henry ON inal Zt cU. - Bourne, Carl Larsen, Dyer to Send His Friends knew Xmas Cards friends of Capt. acting chief of who dispensary, Dyer, hdustrial M"2T5 E. England. On The Wing Capt. Unique O. Isa-lo- re the lost-tim- last him as a prominent in Tahlequah, Okla., ian will It delighted when they receive Christmas greetings from him this , Mail Hillfielder a Bushnell Patient of Capt Dyer seated at his tk with a fictitious name plate (reclaiming him a "Flight (?) Sur-fton- ." Flying overhead is a winged itork with the customary bundle tod in his beak. The caricature 'till be engraved on cards with the Christmas message. . Hie name plate is ficticious be- The Hillfielder this week reletter from the mother of a soldier hospitalized, whose picture appeared in the recent anniversary edition ' of the Hill fielder. The soldier is a patient at ceived a Bushnell. The picture was one of a group taken in the wards, at Bushnell, and used to illustrate a story by Lt. Walter Stockly, "This Was Their Sacrifice." Mrs. Nelson Vallier of Calif., received copies of the paper from her son, who lost a leg when he hit a German land mine while driving a jeep in Kas- serine pass. She requested addi tional copies, which were mailed to her. Her soldier son is still a patient at Bushnell. - a anie Capt. Dyer is not. yet Sgbt surgeon, although he will !!jlble July of next year. . Ckpt Hillfielder reDyer told be a nter that he hoped his friends recognize the irony of a rk doctor" carrying on in the TV M a "flight surgeon." ' We are sure they will, captain.' Apt Dyer was director of. one of i first demonstration programs for raal care of its vkind set 'up tte United States. Setting, up tenial care center in. Tahle- In 1938, he was in charge of Season greetings Vf at dance holiday Monday night. T" w TJ" announced l n" the Of dance. City of Ogden. will be given away at theurnquist's orchestra by- prizes; win oe w;n triple aii pmnloves entertainanil An khIaMIa exqtipii free of ballroom the to is ing floor show will be presented admittedwith only their neia laenu - Music will Not . - , rra w provided Dy ureurgc i fMfrJZStK """"yUp cut be beat. Am ers. In. supply division, storekeepers, laborers, and clerks are needed. The patrol section has requisitions in for about 100 additional guards. Women are urged to apply for jobs as auxiliary military patrolwomen as it is becoming increasingly difmen. ficult to secure As of yesterday, 274 former employes of the' Remington Arm plant in Salt Lake City had signed up for work here,. Capt. Stafford stated. This represents a gain of about 54 workers since last week when the total was 222 at press time. The majority of these employes were also assigned to maintenance. Capt. Stafford said that Remington employes were proving to be exceptionally valuable here because of their former experience. "They e are workers," he added. Between now and the end of the month a drop in the number of appointments is expected due to the holiday season, but a quick is expected shortly after pick-u- p the first of the year- - It is anticipated that the 3000 additional personnel announced by Brig. Gen. Morris Berman, OASC commanding general, as needed here, will eventually be employed. ed high-grad- Capt. Motin Visits WAC Detachment Capt. Christine Moon, assistant staff director of the Air Service Command, made a brief visit to Hill Field last week-enWAC d, arriving here by plane from Patter- son Field. She is coordinating the assignment of WAC officers and enlisted personnel assigned to the Ogden Air Service Command, and also to Spokane Air Service Comma-i-d. From Hill Field she continued her trip by plane to Spokane. . . . But This This... JJ promoted by a constant reminder the rP'?J? check compleled sby around 4.7. ionm-r...took the carnpa gn rsjr.jrt-- coMtnwd, It .hlft. wm Military personnel at Hill Field VL'pro wnmpri last week about driv- inng government vehicles without drivers' licenses, by the office of Col. Lilburn E. aior, commana-(n- r nffionr at the Arm v Air Base, All military personnel authorized vehicles are directed to secure a driver's license by making application to tne Motor root oificer before operating any govern ment vehicle. " sM'mM?T';' J'1"" CAMPAIGN . . .Hill of overtoadlng! Following vriou. fication as admission. Nor j Hmmmmmmmi Md be This... - SSy fr the rnne,d charge, during the evening. dollar. y Isadore Dyer s way UNIQUE CHRISTMAS CARD . . . Will be Capt. was an obstretic.an beCapt. friends Dyer this year. his greeting to fore entering army service and his thoughts must zoom back those happy days. December today Welfare association The welfare group fWMI Obtain Licenses 'of White d, Warn Drivers to Pfram there until he entered ittrvice over a year ago. .: 11 III .1.1 mini j? icia cletide Dance Ingle-woo- . For the first time since last June the employment picture at Hill Field showed a net gain, according to figures released yesterday by Capt. Ellis T. Demars, chief, statistical research branch, civilian per sonnel section. During the month of November 872 new employes were hired here: About 67 per cent of this number were assigned to the maintenance division. Capt. Demars also revealed that 116 new employes were hired during the first four days in December. Of this number about 63 pec cent went to maintenance. Capt. Robert O. Stafford, chief, announced employment branch, yesterday the need for many more employes in maintenance especially. He listed the following vacancies as critical: mechanic helpers, aircraft engine mechanics, aircraft and sheet metal workmechanics, : able-bodi- To Mother of Sgt George L. Kinney, Hillfielder clever carica-t- e vtiit, has drawn 'T Wednesday December 8, 1943 WithGiftBonxls tMt ! .V h gh., - that officials mrm thl wrfk warninc of number pasnengers in ,emch car being drives) the average nalrol, , mmdmm JMg mpoi ca,.Checka, lf M coup, driver. re reported to have taken the car .baring drive Ttep In the accident direction, it In poinled out. but where .train. -"-- " - """""