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w w jm. mm iAim T Big Issue Marking End of First Year Out June 25 pepartment Holds picnic Lunch in jjorinFarrPark lt0 2"".. threw for ita members MaVnteht at Lorin Farr park ... L honor 01 w ifu.u i- .- fcHUff-Goa- t 1 Lieut. Rnh.M T iO Me OADtaIn Clark, Lieut. Irvine C. Bella. Lien, neth C. Hammond. CfAASkMfl T AI.4 To Be First Llenfaniuit William F. Brown, Second Lieut. Fritz Vf. iroy USTSonald Davenport, Letter d Hatfield unit members who are attending me are the HrMiQDaGi War Objectors to Be Given Chance For Commissions Announcement has just been received of the anniversary of YANK, the colorful army weekly magazine, YANK's special anniversary number, celebrating one year of publication will be the issue of June 25, going on sale at the PX June 18, pretzels, po-u- d a beer and meat; Dutch and cold camera i:J 9. Its Anniversary W Are Honored was LielLirates Conscientious objectors who are willing to serve as are eligible to attend OCS in those branches where the candidates are not armed or trained in the use of arms, according to a recent change In Army Regulations No. 625-The objectors cannot attend any other OCS unless they refute, by affidavit, their objection. nts Many special features and In. ducements are promised for the birthday issue, and advance reports indicate that among other things, the "big bonus YANK" will con 5. To Be First Sergeant Guy T. Schulze. tain;. To Be Master Seroeant Hnrian n (a) . Eight extra pages. Mcintosh. Non-Co- m (b) To Be Technical Sergeant containing Larry nri.tn lay. pin-up- s. John P. to additional Stem, John parto Steele. A. eight leave rw Sullivan, B. Miller. Field "Meet the Melvln ic) An extra super de luxe pin . Harrv V To Be Staff Sergeant Sat. in the Hill nroeram. st which Arnold M. Louis, Richard A. Yost, Harold up. N. Roger, Raymond G. Young. Perrv I.. (d) Several extra pages of Tentative plans became actuality Jfthe group adjourned to tear Floyd, Edward T. Johnson, Irwing J. Mur- this week when an NCO school was u. wanK. iniy, wuiiam (e) Twelve "Sad Sack's" instead To Be Technician Third Grade Grace Carney, mechanic helper, Lyal started in the 311 th Depot Repair of one. Sweeney. Guyman, secretary to J. To nd Ruth Be D. George Sergeant Allen, ) A eats. Pres(f Squadron. It functions as a separ special message from Harold P. Berlin, Randall C. Bowring, Harr Goates, prepared the ident Roosevelt. ate unit from that of the NCO old W. Bryant, Alfred "W. Dunagan, 1. I Lts. George P. Rudolph J. Gerl, War(g) A report to the enlisted man school organized by the 31st Air ctor N. Meleyco took pert jn tne ren G. Gallagher, Langley, William F. McAllister, on a year's progress in his army. Depot Group. To date, a tentative fun and were Thomas P. Zimmerman, Thomas H. Capel came to the K. P. Joseph V. Cottone, William P. Fulginitil n) it surprise cover. schedule - has been made listing Ppneral Harvey . K. Holder, Charles R. Hailing, the program. the different subjects to be taught Charles-WL. LawKinne, George Kinney, and the length of each subject. rence' J. Leary, Wildy C. McKeel, Lawrence R. Moe, Joe E. Moore, John L. Shaddix, The 311th is indeed fortunate in William J. Tobin, Donald E. Winchell, DenLO having such experienced and able field Ferguson, Charles F. Handley, Morrise instructors as Lieutenant James T. King, Milton White, Jr., Daniel E. Vaught, commanding officer of the To Be Technician Fourth Grade Joseph 311th; Lieutenant St. Louis Estes, D. Roberts Earl W. Christopherson, Conrad D. Hagberg, Arnold E. Hagglund, Carl M. supply officer; Master Sergeant Le Request Heins, Samuel Kresge, Jr., Charles L. bakken, acting first sergeant; and H. Samuel White, Virgil E. Libke. Lowry, Master Sergeant J. B. Steele. Wood row N. Brown, To Be Corporal Recreation B the lunch, tne wftbaU until S w paauwer. and Super-suppleme- """ Em-me- tt Rifle Practice Is an to Terrace ill Be Granted Given Truck Co, Furloughs Reduce for $750 Optimism for Fund Has Been Approved of Washington Terrace, of them Hill Field workers, Residents nany rere informed last week the county and county clerk had weed that the $750 requested for F recreation program might be Vranted in the form of a loan to Die project council. Ford Thomas Rose, Hill Fielder who is president ittorney headed the the council, M com- efforts to secure the fund. IWith the intention of using the money for the purchase of athletic equipment and the employment of 1 recreation director, Terrace citi- s had previously requested a rant of $750 from the county. Since no funds were budgeted for is purpose, the county was unable act Last Friday, June 11, Ter- e representatives met with coun- officials to work out ways of letting the recreation program un derway and the loan plan was munity . woptetL Completing the rehabilitation of squadron day rooms, Lieut 1 lbert A. Domingue, Base Special ice .officer, announced today M negotiations are concluded uiv purcnase 01 . lamps, radios. . hiM j s cnairs, magazine and ash trays which will a jUI-- ii uwtnuueea 10 ail aay rooms me neia. The furnitura- la aotuu4A A mm 1, iV " Sometime this m.V mnA wn. finding officers of all squadrons . intact the Special Wi. w w speedy delivery and fair dis- uiDies, a. . .1 IVC II. Tne. arrival nt ft.,v. tuimvuic tt m ie ine of rooms which Is now in entire-redecorati- w on bv start " Kervioo opeciai Worlroro Beaded H, KT"UU bid m-j Ci u-a.f- i u v.... peen Hmn(A laoonng .ay t0 et the relaxation 1 e iranQ, worn, 1ay rooms have already " wowraw loan- x. le 37th and 1003rd are .V",wosing wo George H. Busby, Henry R. Byrd, Henry Cote, William H. Daley, Jr., Wilbur M. Dallas, Vincent E. Drechella, William H. William H. Durward, Dryer. Malcolm Greene, Matthew Halchin, Lloyd W. Harms, E. Johnson, Fran Ralph D. Johnson, Ralph cis V, Kennedy, Raymond F. Schmude, David F. Smith, Aloysius J. Ulanoski, William J. VanDerhoof, David D. Warren, Jr., Clarence L. Buck, Harvey L. Fortson, Daryl B. Ganson, Charles J. M.KotlowskI, Lemon, Charles E, Kuehn, Clarence William F. Milbrath, George M. Mortimer, K. John R. Walter Nesvacil, Harold Moss, L. Robins, Virgil C. Squires, Roy H. Vande Krol Harold T. Vik, Henry F. Webber, Frank Zappia, Max W. Petersen, Phillips Boyd, Fred Lochman, Benjamin A. smun son. Alfred H. Brucker, Winston E. Chris tiansen, James L. Cole, Ralph T. Cornell, Gerald R. Courtright, Alfred G. Davis, Jr., Glen A. Hartman. Robert C. Mounsey, Doyle B. Sewell, John W. Sweeney, Albert A. Taft, Lamar T. Taggan, oooen a. James P. VanWagner, Sylvester L. Adessa, uerara r. Mrnwell. James E. sauteDen, Vnrick. Roeer F. Weisenstein, Harry A. Wrteht. Oscar L. Bvnes. Strafford Cherry, icno, Christopher La Point,' - James " a. n.1i Rnhinson. KODeri To Be Technician Fifth Grade w. F. Andrew, Jack BracKeu, Aninony Crnkovich, Michael J. Friedman, Kenneth H. Goldberg, Ernest P. waui, normau B. ij. Jones. Nolan u.i..Ai.n ridiian v.. Price Charles M. Will, ifn,. R. Adams, Jack Donald Paul R. Woods, . mu. , R, mi.Bowers. - lUrat. vine unanes Richard M. Tame Egbert. t Iskovitz, Beveriey a. amruu, Pleadwell, James E. siaDies, rmui. E. Graff, mar. Dean A. Dungan, Howard Keith E. Johnson, Albert H. Knubel, Jr. nui n...,.n redecorate AH ladron Rooms vh stages. Sergeants Are lrv m- 8 ers0n Pield uccesa,u"y Chicago" and "Spy Train" (Double Feature) SATURDAY, JUNE 26 "Somewhere 111 Find You' Clark P"ed after 5S .niinations earlier by the OCS W? U impioyed of eln-"- " m. .'"an- " ' 1WIBB ana Han- - section appointment , . . . 1. ,,nei urnea. m ner - Hgnatus PhUlin p. -- Haen will mar- - .vwrijr, jr., 01 uen Turner a Frank Craven William Gargan WEDNESDAY-THURSDA- Y 1 JUNE "Action in the North 80-JU- Atlantic" Humphrey Bogart Raymond Massey Alan Hale FRIDAY, JULY 2 "Song of Texas and ' -- All By Myself (Double Feature) men enlisted Attention-- All " unimast be In Class to form to be admitted " noi-en- life. Passing the Cigars Capt. T. C. (Basil) McGuire of OASC Finance, whose wife gave birth to an son Monday morning. The little McGuire has been named Michael. - Persons on Hill Field other than officers and enlisted men are strictly forbidden to wear the duly prescribed uniform or insignia of the United States army, navy, or ma rine corns, or any distinctive part of such uniform, or any part of a uniform which is similar to the uniform ior these prescribed branches, post headquarters warned this week. The following articles qualify as distinctive and will not be worn by unauthorized persons. They are: uniform buttons, united states army and WAAC; all insignia of identification or grade adopted by the war department. United States army and WAC; badges of qualifi cation, decorations, medals, and their appurtenences ; white or service caps; helmets, steel, Ml and helmet, liner, Ml; overcoats, olive drab; officers white coats; cap summer or winter, WAC; jacket, summer or winter; women's rain coat, parka type; women's over coat, field, long; women's overcoat, coat, WAC; suit, excercise, WAC; coat, WAC, utility. Any article of uniforms which includes ornamentation adopted by the war department, or any garment which is of the same design as a distinctive article of the uniform are also banned. Delores Riggs, In Hollywood civilian personnel employee, will return this week from a visit with relatives and friends in Hollywood, California. To Holders of Gas Ration Books 1. Examine the top cover of your ration book. 2. Notice the expiration date. S. File application- for renewal one month in advance of expiration. - 4. "A" book, tire inspection records, and passengers names and addresses must be presented at the same time renewal is filed. theatre. Street USO Twenty-fourt- h Street 448 Twenty-fourt- h Telephone TONIGHT, WEDNESDAY, JUNE S3 3:00 p.m.- --USO Stork Club Club Room and Kitchen. 8:00 p.m.- - -- "You Name It" Night Dancing and Fun Main RecreatloS Hall. 8:30 p.m. Operetta. Tryouts for Aloha Sugar Mill By Mlsa Gladys Rich. THURSDAY, JUNE 24 2:00 p.m. Child Culture Club Club Room. 5:00 p.m. Engineers Supply Girls' Chorus Club Lounge. 8:00 p.m. Army Air Baae Keep 'Em Flying Orchestra From Hill Field. 10:00 p.m. Special Broadcast Hill Field "Meet the Gang" Program-Sta- tion KIX). 10:00 p.m. General Dancing. FRIDAY, JUNE 25 8:00 p.m. Junior Hostess Training Course, Main Recreation Hill. 9:00 p.m. Collegiate Night Dancing and Rah! Rah! Fun Main Recreation Hall. SATURDAY, JUNE 26 8:00 p.m. June Birthday Party Presents Refreshments Dancing and Floor Show, Sponsored By the Military Committee of the Ogdea Elks Club Main Recreation Hall. SUNDAY, JUNE 27 1 :00 p.m. Hill Field Trio Club Lounge. 5:00 p.m. Picnic Hospitality of Neighbors Between Jackson and Qulney and Between 27th and 28th Streets. 9:00 p.m. Movies Main Recreation Hall. - , 8:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. MONDAY, JUNE 27 Indoor Track Meet Party Dancing and Fun Service Men's Lounge. TUESDAY, JUNE 20 Ballroom Dance Instruction Walter Stoker, Instructor. Misfit, Misfoot Dance Main Recreation Hall. June 30 WEDNESDAY, Military Party Dancing With Doug Hooper and Band Main Recreation Hall. Tryouts for Operetta Aloha Sugar Mill. Wall Avenue USO m 2660 Wall Avenue Operated for Negro Soldiers and War Production Workers 27-2- Tn CNS TO BE MARRIED Gable-Lan- JUNE 8 "Mister Big" Donald O'Connor Peggy Ryan TUESDAY, JUNE 29 "Harrigan's Kid" Bobby Readick ; was,n OCS board meeting Ior a future meet yi rurr ""definite. mM are be lnterviewed Sard, by the The men of the 311th consider this school a real opportunity in familiarizing themselves with the advance training phases of army Law Regarding Army Uniforms to Be Enforced on Field s SUNDAY-MONDA- Y these their days. Civilians Warned On Insignia Wear days. 25 FRIDAY, Two Senoritas From headquar-r- o wnn Without the incidental spirit of competition, the bivouac would not have been nearly as interesting and by all means not as successful. Only by thoroughly applying ourselves to the art of markmanship can we learn the fine points involved. It is a rather sad bit of news we have to mention this week in regard to Private First Class An thony Blankemeyer, more common ly known to his comrades as "Hank." In last Friday's softball game he was sliding into second and broke his right ankle. Ross Wilson, the supply sergeant, is also confined at the hospital for a few Post Movies JUNE - "L-- Since last week's writing, many of us have gone to Fort Douglas for rifle firing and found that it was an interesting experience To Bond Drive of StaW fit - bpeaKing ior the company as a whole, the Hillfielder is really an interesting edition, and one which we all read and some of us send home for our scrap books. Lieutenant Vaught lectures on "The Duties and Responsibilities of an NCO." Lieutenant Estes has chosen as his subject, "Supply Procedure and All Its Aspects." Mas ter Sergeant Lebakken will be re sponsible for teaching the potential officers the sub ject, "Basic School of the Soldier." The important subject, "Mission of a Unit," is In the very capable hands of Master Sergeant Steele, The school started yesterday. The second hour of instruction will be given from 0800 to 0900 on specified 1943 8511 Subscribers Sergeant and Technical SfC.rlson iUiam W- Elli were in Softball Victory Fortunate-onewho are now on leaves are: Staff Sergeant Hoffler at home in Elizabeth City, N. C; Sergeant Bob Balliett, at Galion, Ohio; Technician Joe- Bartolin at home in Sharon, Penn.; Technician Ray Haar of Cleveland, Ohio, and bond war subscriptions ru,;ian Fred Heiser and Donald Corporals the iTiii reflect vioM optimistic , etv ..ui Hoffman both visiting "Bud" C. war drive SDiri't here, according Ohio. to R. J. Wiscombe, war bond di at Galion, Furloughs have practically reour softball team to the nth duced war 1 and May io, Between May l 1 totalled 0,311. degree, as all of these men are J aiihani-ihorjUUJ1U 70.50 per cent of HUl players. This makes QM Truck Co., Pield employes war Bona suoscno-er- s 2490th Lawrence G. First Sergeant that period. during reporter. Harbitz, "Larry," mtoi. ..wiiAotiAna Vm. neiwnn new 218. Cancellations were "Meet the Gang" will go on as .,nfo tn 188., those ior separa OIUVUHMU at 7:30 in o,.oi .MAi.nHnr for 152. Thirty-si- x uawu WpHnpsdavf -nlffht 0 canceUations were for other rea the east wing recreation hall in the as sons. dormitory areo. Ail civilians well as mili'tay personnel on the field are invited to attend and enjoy the show. for OCS Pproved School Is Started By 311th nt Wednesday June 23, 7:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. BASE CHAPEL Hill Field. Uta New echedule of services: MONDAY " Service men's Christian p. m. 1"BU TUESDAY 7:00 p. m. Choir practice. WEDNESDAY and 7:00 p. m. Catholic consultations ' Instructions. THURSDAY k prayer meeting. 7- - 30 v. m. FRIDAY service. Jewish m. 7:00 p. 8- 00 d. m. Choir practice. SATURDAY Catholic confessions and m. 7- 00 p. Mid-wee- - instruct. gONDAY a. m. Catholic confessions. 7:00 Catholic mass. 8- - 00 a. m. 9:00 a. m. Protestant service, African Methodist and Missionary Baptist. 10 00 a. m. Protestant worship. worship. 11:00 a. m. Protestant mass. 12:00 noon Catholic music and prayer, m. 7730 p. Evening mcditaUosi ' ' ' 7:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:45 a.m. 1 :00 p.m. TONIGHT, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23 Girls and Women.' Gymboree Quls Program Miss Mary McCornell In Charge. THURSDAY, JUNE 24 USO Chorus Rehearsal Social Hall. Senior Hostess Meeting Game Room. Informal Dancing. FRIDAY, JUNE 25 Game Room. Voice Recording or Double Nothing Social Hall. Bingo, SATURDAY, JUNE 26 Dancing, Music By SUNDAY, JUNE 27 Coffee Hour. Leave for Church of Your Choice. Homea Hospitality. Classical Music Game Room, Conducted By Bgt. Raymond 3:00 p.m. Hampton. 4:00 p.m. Forum Hour Speaker, Chaplain G. B. Hemans, 31st HUl Field Depot. Musical 8:00 p.m. Program Salt Lake City USO Club. MONDAY, JUNE 28 7:30 p.m. Girls' Gym Class.. 8:30 p.m. Games Tournament Ping Pong, Checkers, Cards. 9:30 p.m. Informal Dancing. TUESDAY, JUNE 20 7:30 p.m. Junior Hoateas Meeting. Hill 8:30 p.m. Field Program, Directed By Sgt. Hamilton. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30 7:30 p.m. Girls' Gym Class. 8:30 p.m. Community Singing. 9:30 p.m. Wslaar Roast ana Watermelon. Faast.