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pi 8 Wednesday June 23, 1943 'G(I)OC3 Post Are Moved m Saturday's Frolic all-sol- & Lr- -' i. f & JtlLik .Ml SEKGEANT KING DAVIS . . Has an army career that covers two World wars. He is first sergeant of the 308th Aviation Squadron at mil arteta. Havins recently celebrated the completion of 25 years oi continuous service in the army, First Serjeant Kine Davis of the 308th Avia tion Sauadron is looking hopefully forward to at least another quarter of a century. For tne army nas treated Sergeant King Davis weu, and he has done as well by it. One of the things Sergeant Davis is most proud of is the part ne nlaved in building up Fort Ben- ning, Ga., to the huge encampment it is today. In September or izz, when Davis was sent to infantry is nw Dy Army exclusively forced Emergency Relief. The move Base Claims and Legal next door occupied M SWING AND SWAY . . . Entertained by approximately 60 USO hostesses, most of them Hlllcrest residents, men of the 482nd Air Base Squadron enjoyed Friday night's dance at the Little Theatre. Tentative plans call for the girls to be on hand again this Friday while the Slst Aira Depot time, Group have themselves planned by Special Service as a weekly event for the various military units of the base. Another gala swingaree was the feature attraction at the little theatre last Friday night, when the 482nd Air Base Squadron took Over the popular building. Over 60 guys and gals danced to the broad assortment of records for close to three hours, and the second of the musical jive sessions was adjudged a - tremendous success by all who attended. Sixty USO hostesses, most of them Hillcrest residents, acted as partners for the soldiers who jitterbugged and waltzed with equal ability, as they danced to the Junior Hostess Club Proposed Enroll Firemen in First Aid Course iniiijin j -x l ' I 209, and Major iiegarcy ana staff are now in their new office to to in 210. Public Relations movea OASC Headquarters bulding. 500 Chairs Soon To Be Delivered " records of the past few vears. Once again taking over in the absence of the Hill Field orchestra was the new loud speaker system, which amplified the records. The Special Service library of over 300 platters was able to answer all of the dancers requests through out the evening. ch -- AA their old office in room top-not- The Summer Frolic, with J music of Sgt. Ed Barry's orchestra, was staged at the 0ft cers club last Saturday eveav June 19. It was the second di? or tne-- montn xor the... officer,! -I a . ..i i it.. j ; saries was in order at the Fn7 Capt. and Mrs. Earl H. Han celebrated their eighth anniva sary, and included at their t5 were 19 officers and their Capt. Harrison is base veterinary Capt and Mrs. Hoyt FreJJ Urs1 .cm wean anniversary at the dance. With Ford Thomas Rose master of .ceremonies the "v -- i At Club Dance Wedding Dates of Officers Mark fur Amid the hubbub of moving num r.vmnorino' 111 cut t o o teleDhone the past bers, and switching signs, week found many oi me Head sections housed in the Base quarters building W new surruInffue to cramped conditions of some of the units, and the spacious ness of others, Lt Col. raui Martin ordered the changes to facilitate functioning of the ' various ' offices. Chief among tne moves w perswitch of Unit and Military Unit sonnel, the latter taking over room Personnel's former office 4n 207, and Unit Personnel occupying the vacated room in 211. TVm Sneclal Service section treked upstairs to room 205, while 0 Ji ifc. .sja' V.:::- Sections Get New Quarters When More Space Sought 482nd Enjoys Dance at Little Theatre i f 25 TManvfhces oi f Years in Army tConyPulations Curtains, Other Items Bought For Hillcresters show as a special feature ot J a evening. Larry West, baritone, J (r? tl Life1 MJt "Ah, Sweet Mystery of "Chloe," and dedicated the fcj mer to uapt. ana juts, freeman their anniversary. The "Meet the Gang" trio, mania Grant, Betty Mitchell! June Bariow, sang "Apple BW som Time." In charge of the dance weiJ Wtol Lieut. F. F, Gn? Committeemen : m t xtt t ci.i Plumb, and Lieut. W. E. i z! HiggiO Instruct Guards To Nab Cameras Only Authorized Personnel Can u Life at the civilian dormitories st with but a few Take Photographs will be considerably improved as I buildings. The 24th Infantry Di- ana more Davis' own, vision, stayed living conditions are made Military and civilian guards wen instructed this week to confijcat comfortable, according to Miss neipea Pu films, cameras, and photographic Gaell Moss. . srvico in Mav. 1918. took his basic all in the possession of w equipment barSince the meeting of the council old Columbus at the authorized persons on the reserw It was tentatively announced with CoL Berman, commanding of- - racks, in Ohio. That over, he was tion, and together with the bears' that the Slst Air Depot Group will ficer, approval has been given to aent prance for overseas action, turn them over to the conunuditf be the selected organization to orders for curtains in the recrea- 13 months. officer. remained overseas for swing and sway this Friday. The tional paas, ana Upon retUrning to the United USO girls will be on hand to lend chairs. hall, ironing men residing on the poi ....M States.anADavis was assienedAlon?to the areEnlisted to have cameras b their talents to the proceedings. Moreover, a new piano will permitted the their af,.HniiH - ,1Hl providing th recreapossession, northeast the for M Davis staved with hnH bought been registered witt, has equipment tion hall. the ?.Ath fnr 21 vears. the Base Security officer and ij . The Welfare council approved the A Many osts permit has been issued. Howeveta necessary expenditure for 500 yards loomed as war In muslin 1940, unbleached of extra heavy registration does not permit . January, for curtains, but the stencilling on the scene again, veterans of taking of pictures on the post I e done army divisions were sent Cameras or photographic equip Members of the Base Fire De- and the hemming will all be civil' - out to build up new units. In the ment of any kind is not perouttei Under the leadership of Cora the in workers volunteer by now enrolled in a ian dormitories. partment are next few years Davis traveled . a by unauthorized persons, sua Skroch, women's supervisor at the Cross course in first Red were board apvaried itinerary: Fort Bragg, N. equipment in the possession oi pe pads Ironing Civilian dormitories, about 60 vol- aid to in handl- proved for the three boards in C; McDill Field, Fla.; Randolph sons coming on the field will s, them make expert unteer hostesses danced with memeach women's barracks and for Field, Texas; Harlingon Gunnery turned over to the guards at Is bers of the 482nd Army Air Base ing emergencies. one in each of the men's bar- - School, Texas; Lowry Field, Colo.; gate. The equipment will oe m H. Helvey and Jack Grid-le- y the Henry boards will be and finally Hill Field. The racks. turned upon leaving the field. J squadron at the Little theatre, Hill are acting as instructors for the put in the ironing men's barracks soon. Persons taking pictures oi mt Field, last Friday evening. Upon arrival here he was First Five hundred chairs soon will Sergeant for the 307th. 308th. and tary subjects will be given a spe : Partly as a result of this suc- two platoons. It will take about 10 be brought into the civilian dor- - 368th Aviation Squadrons. As the fied time to do tne joo, ana cessful party, a junior hostess club weeks to complete the course. mitories for both women's and other sauadrons wew. Davis finallv will be accompanied, wnue w( of SO girls will be organized by Is Special attention being given men s oarracKs. , xms win siow became Miss Skroch, First Sergeant of only one, photographs are being tanen, oys, rnese gins will have a perm techniques used in burns, puncture uown me run on orange crtuea ana i the 308th officer or competent enlisted ma anent membership in the club. wounds and emergencies likely to apple boxes. Davis' army lore is immense and or by plant protection personneLJ Their selection will be made some confront the men employed on the tho he Is especially what on the talent side, for they base. in the science of Y.iniiM Mid Milk An will round out entertainment feaCompletion of the course will He holds certifi tactics. served military daily in "Siberia," being tures that will add to their popu- entitle the men to wear the Red area in uw cates several schools, from remote warehouse military Cross first aid insignia. larity as a unit. Sergeant Davis is a crack shot end of the field. The Base restttj with the rifle and very good with rant management has arrange slouch in athletics, the box lunches as well as sepwtm Due to the fact that most of the a pistol. He's no in his possession items, including sandwiches, either, having personnel from the 408th Army Air won at athletic potato chips, and milk, " many badges Force band are on furlough, ac served workers in Viamat vein 7 tivities have been few and far be events. -- i a tire The of caliber Davis' Sergeant tween the past week. but offic coffee, of hot character is indicated well the serving by w However, enough members re fact within urns new 25 that in rTTiA rAdwsint Imi years in the army expect t f a iQOnd x UaMam nr:n.! ti-- . along with turned to make up a fairly size a ay room, now located next to the Cpl. George R. Judd. Good luck, able organization and the band he has never received even com' weeks. pany punishment of any sort When ZTvarW Post theatre, Building is near fellows! played for a two-hoboxing card this war is over, he hopes that TjiiilnniMlt ah 'Em Keep two departCorFlying the will equ be the best featuring ing completion, and protective ment found Sgt Robert L, John- porals Max and Buddy Baer at the many of the men he has trained items of chemical life equipped day room on the field. rubber will remain in, to see that we keep ment and also a All of the woodwork was stained, son, Cpl. Sigmund Zagoren and Pvt. Ogden city stadium, June 19. the warehousesfor on J the side walls painted a light green Rudd Spinks leaving for Kearn's. A full evening of entertainment the peace we are now fighting for. all from Field, are being used Salt PJ color, and the ceiling a cream color. Utah, to start their aviation cadet was provided spectators as the purposes In a downtown band played a large variety of new Order Soldiers Red leather sofas adorn the front career. Off window. The Naval Kmdupw. City tunes music of with latest consisting popular Toom, writing tables, Office J in charge of the and melodies as well as a number Streets By 1 a.m. A magazines and many other interestofficer's of lively marches. school will open in the near future v--. The vAfA ing features. All streets and establishments in A ping pong table, and a pool for the 482nd Two hours be to are cleared t of Ogden lues military vi As soon as the complete organ! curviii table are in the second or back attendance for each week will be 1 a.m., it was ordered tion have bid Rawlin Nielw & at personnel zation has returned from room. The pool table was purchased required from each non-cofurlough. this week xvnwiin j they will swing into a new routine in Ogden. by the Provost Marshal weii. to through the squadron fund, and the the army. port other furnishings were obtained "The Sad Sack" this past week in addition to their regular band from Special Services. was promoted to technical ser duties. Lieut Albert A. Domlngue, Spe- geant He was seen during the A supply of athletic equipment 408th headquarters cial Services officer, and Lieut. week, standing retreat, and strolled has arrived at George Green, assistant military along with his nose high showing consisting of boxing gloves, horse shoe set ping pong table, personnel officer, in their recent on his new promotion. complete set for volley ball. th5 Inspection of day rooms, found the will give everyone a chance 482nd day room rated in the first Interesting features of the week shape" and is a definite rnade three bracket on the field. The Bombers still on top of the "keep fnbuilder Lieutenant St Louis Estes lef ine scores the men have morale for musician every league here at Hill Field, and in the Monday morning with seven of the dry firing the While we're on the subject of day doing fair in the Ogden organization. 311th men on a bivouac to Fort league. Th officers, R. James Cpl. Brown, we rooms, take note' this week the Their attack has been bolstered n"sted eAi$ Douglas. There he will participate fleers and Reporter. officers' with addition the of Harold "Burt" day with the enlisted men on the rifle worked hard to make " room has opened in the Brick BarHenrickson. First Ssrt and Mrs. range. The men of the 311th feel a great success. T l.nfonsint w. g racks. Modern furniture, and com- Llsk, Staff Sgt Loeb. and Col Trip Coordinates , that Lieutenant Estes will enjoy feels that the experience fortable surroundings are avail- Fred Stein were on hand for the the same success on the rifle range will gain on this mission wy able to the Courses Training games in Ogden. as he does on the softball diamond, of help In maKinB This room was made nassihle that j . In a recent inspection tour of Last Wednesday evening there ter great for the task fitted through Capt Harry J. Mrachek, Friday night the 482nd Air Base I in Colorado, D. A Boyer. was a haDDV occasion th re ahead of them. f jtl l squadron commander, and the Spe Squadron danced to the music of training supervisor a of nrenarbeoran men mainder of the The places army cial services oriice. the nation's great dance bands took steps in the coordination of ing to leave the morning emphasis on morale and at the Little Theatre here on the courses of instruction offered by on their bivouacfollowing from Hill Field, of the 311th are lndefati During the cast week, there have base. The hostesses were from the the post schools. He was also in- The men are looking forward to of the new recruits for been numerous changes around the Civilian Barracks, and the boys had P the for areas shooting the prescribed Course on morale of their outfit upother j c barrack. Tech. Sgt Mortimer F. a grand time. Cant and Mrs. specting Of learning. The ransre. the rifle mark. Th MmmuiiHn 100 cent per t.una, Sgt. Major at Squadron Mrachek were on hand to eniov the f Mr. Boyer visited Lebakke nj. at officer. Toff Vaught, feels Master Sergeant recruits a P. Staff Sergeant Silvio A La Juan t a, Lowry, Colorado confidentLieutenant dancing. new that the of his a of group majority didate school, Air Corps Adminis- - Monday, Reporter. men will qualify due Springs, Pueblo, and Buckley. to tho very oa Military Courtesy. f old-lin- 20-ho- ur . . Field Band Plays At Boxing Bouts ' well-rounde- d, well-ground- ed 482nd Gets New Day Room; 'Sad Sack' Now Tech. Sgt. Vi ur E-2- 3, non-com- 's. m. w- Extended Bivouac Planned For 311th at Fort Douglas l. t-- non-com- -- . non-com- s. sub-depo- u ts sub-depo- ts, wj sub-depo- 0(! ts sub-depo- ts .