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|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
The HILL FIELDER Of Air Depot Control Area Command Hill Field Made Headquarters Under the command of Col. Morris Hill Field became head- TELLS OF RICKENBACKER Berman, newly activated quarters of the Control Area Com With the memory of the Air Depot this past week, marking another Ogden mand life n of twenty-on- e days in occasion without water and only of food, with the knowledge men of dangers and sufferings the front both in his mind, U mento, Col. Berman Monday announced the personnel of his new l.i.l... stsff. of their personal part effort. Addressins his remarks tot meetings of the civilian and'mil tary personnel of the Field, Whit taker "spoke in the huge Opl 11 quarters at Patterson Field, Fairfield, Ohio. At the same time the army air corps announced ten other similarly designated commands over the nation, superceding the previous air service area commands. In effect, Hill Field no longer is commanded from Sacramento, but instead controls activities similar to its own in Utah and five other adjoining states. Hill Field will now have three main divisions, as the result of the reorganization announced late last week, which will include Ogden Lieut. Vh EDITORS NEED GAGMEN. . . Funnymen, gagsters, Where are your puns? ... joke-smiths- Latrine artists, decorators, the which will continue its functions as previously arranged. me following stari was named: Lieutenant Colonel C. C. Minty, former chief of staff of Ogden air depot, now to become administra- ts columns. Its Editors are sober people.. Its staff never cracks a smile... It functions during the dark of humor... its quintessence of wit... without the sparkle, which the verve, the pick-u- p you, and only you, can bring to i army air base and Ogden air depot, recently designated N. Lott hours in dire silence. Life is important, grave and a serious proposition. We would assistant administrative execuJr., tive; Colonel R. J. Minty, chief of the maintenance division; Colonel Paul Wolf, chief of the supply division; Colonel John S. MacTaggart, chief of personnel and H. SalLieutenant Colonel Arthurtraining; inger, adjutant general's office. the Major E. S. Ross, chief ofLieupersonnel section; military tenant Ellis T. DeMars, chief of Major Leonard F. Carter, training; chief secof the civilian personnel tion; Colonel Willard R. Matheny, chief of the signal section; Colonel Daniel B. Floyd, chief of the quartermaster section; Lieutenant Colonel Thomas L. James, chief l.ieut--naof the engineering section; Walter M. Hollowell, chief of the finance section; Chaplain Curtis T. Spence, area chaplain. Captain James H. McAlvin, A. budget officer; Lieut welcome a change in viewpoint. Bring in your Tell that life is full of the ludicrous, running over with Remind us whimsy... Take a chance and belly laugh or on and First, ef, STAG PARTY. . . James F. Love as the 31st Swing Band was the main at the stag party held forattraction the Grouo in the Group Mess Hall. us chuckle... a new it we'll second and Go one.. If stop you. third prizes be a free subscript year's tion to this periodical, plus publication good and in (ifofpossiblecontri- taste)Room butions. 213, Administration Building. The Editors Col. H. named. 1st Lt. will At Robert H. Raring, chief of the ordnance section. Staff members for the inspector general's department, the chemical warfare section, the medical section, as well as the statistical officer, control officer and the officer, are yet to be With tell we've heard ptain HOLDS sub- mit anything that will bring a a Reynolds, subdepot control officer; Lieutenant Colonel Charles H. Woodward, judge advocate: Ca- 31st contributions... another one... Try your hand at a caricature or two... us 3 your MEN TOLD OF PROCEDURE. . . Procedure whereby men 38 years old and over may be army service to enter relaased from war was outlined at a recent industry in post Theatre. Officers inmeeting charge pointed out that employment at Hill Field constituted a bona fide war job and that hundreds of were open here to those whopositions cared to apply. Already there have been many inquiriesmenand enlisted this step. a ations Hangar on Thursday, Janui 28. Unfortunately, the poor aceu of the han, tical qualities made it difficult for most of crowd to hear him tell his story an account of the terrible joum he and the Eddie Rickwnbacker ci underwent in escaping from the crashed olane in rubber raft wordi of equal - significance was nrnnUCtl t.MMnic t! it taker Talks photo hounds... Where are your wares? This issue of The HILL FIELDER goes to press without its quota tive executive; Captain J. k ..-j to Hill Fielders, reminding W in announced by Major General W.H. Frank of the air service command head- located here, an A stronif mArm pvn v. Mtaintv niVlBACI They assumed their duties at once. The appointment of Col. Berman to command the control area was command; horro a big forward step in increased importance. Upon his military return from conference in Sacra- air depot control RESCUE. large number of are considering taking 1 nppeai fiui uiyic nt th r a front. hnm of the plane in M I the Rickenbacker party crashed, . 0 As co-oil- ot . ttflker shared in the ramou nrdous three weeks soent lying th- - ho! f.AwAnh life rafts, drinki bi nothing and eating only tiny of fish and the small crabs eve clung to the fins of the fr Suffering boh present sharks. that his thir.t n Htrcinc bone dry !' was covered with ivhi t . rnmnan i on e in iu rrk Wr and his ware unable to walK - to Crawl had whei ham of thei oalm trees .the i a" until iney wouia lie in tn ana chewed ooen a coconut, to seiie both rat and coconut ....hi.... VBVIIAIl I Bill U f -- M. nA w. s U 4. W - 4.U r.k4 learned t4 o T until mm m 4, tr Unanltal that t Moual m ot me that the rest - w... --nnviii 4..1 k... .Miiratcd. were The servicemen in the 4.j k..f. 4.K..t v- -( s 5o not 111" 111 tn the war nr am fkA.. ten per cents, the weather-be- a fll.r atA. Thev are on a day and ' hours . i ... . one huno1 ....! .. t..U!.J Arlve to viq Whit taker contrasted i Lt.' tory. .... 4.4.1 j i4L 4k.t 4 rhe VOtV twenty-fou- r . fr who. a strike w da vs. walked oui i four at bomber a factory. LT. HIILEN TAKES BRIDE. K. " mi.. v. am x: v ry double-rin- g U.K. . of Sun"! . k.U. f it. Wil" u iuv t 4.1.1. riuien oi mn k -AIU a ....iiv I w " ceremony Tues,la.e..i ing, January 21, at the Post i tu. ...jji.. Rev. by .warnetheti rum n oerfr HuUfl Perry Vlaronsifl' " " nipuui officiate at the wedding. W. 1 .