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.T71 Arrests En Epidemic of Thefts Here 8 June 30, 1943 I. thefta involving auto accessories ana personal property bas been broken. Several Hill Field employes have neen dismissed while others are in Jail awaiting trial on criminal charges. This was revealed yesterday by w oaepn . acnmiat, nead investigator in the Base Security office, "For- several wapWo . hav naaf" a.. Schmidt explained, "we havn hart numerous cars broken into in the south parking area. Gas stamps, spotlights, tools and other items bave been taken. "With the close cooperation of roe civilian patrol, investigators assigned to this base have solved majority or tne complaints and recovered most of the stolen property including several hundred gasoline ration stamps." Pell Gas Stamps Among those apprehended are Several persons who stole gasoline tamps and sold them for prices .varying from 10 cents to $1. They face prosecution, loss of driving privileges, fine and probable jail sentences, Schmidt stated. He also predicted that other complaints, still outstanding, will be cleared shortly, Theft of government property or a theft which occurs on a federal reservation receives exceptionally close scrutiny and is not Closed until the case is cleared by apprehension of the criminal. Scores of government tools, taken worn field shops and hangars, have been recovered recently and the thieves turned over to federal authorities for prosecution. Illegal possession of Hill Field r other government identification passes and badges are being investigated at the present time. This l a serious federal offense severe penalties are provided.and W. bff ny ir U D Others Are Jailed ',- - 4 - f l' 'Hold Everything9 Scheduled July 10 m In wAh Ri h If W h - j fc i . f c" i I ) " i U ""A I i i )' top-not- Siw f "e ide-plitti- ng ' n the top spots of the entertainment world, including thSh.erman htel in CTiE biU show for "Ho'd Every-thing"-- l Bivouac Starts on July 5 A ft k the Little theatre Saturday July 10. Lik. a,, .umSuB Cta rttl be Panted free SelnThetr" WntK 89th Repairmen to Post Schools Go time, Prov,digiS'coauUheiPrw9aer SeiTcn and Enlisted Non-Com- s 17 Hq. Squadron of the 32nd is planning to go on a bivouac about July 5 for a period of tough training that is to last about 10 days. Although the sched ule has not been completed, it is progressing along ' in very good third successive order. Hq. 8c ADG I Men Cited ior Service Records non-com- day morning. wapc iiarry j. p d. a a their buddies are Cpl. Edward Clay, Tech. Sgt. Robert Hender awn ana recn. sgt. Whitaker L a Howell. Tech. Sgt. Henderson was mar nea in salt Lake City, June 13 ' . 1QJ9 iay exchanged vows with Edith Mae Cunningham in Starkville, Miss, while on furlough ano iecn. Sgt. Howell promised to irt iove, nonor and cherish," Miss xuruiny m. wooden, in Petersburg Va., and returned from his h with a happy smile. Ye Olde Reporter has ideas, too, but so fast occur events that time to woo the creature I have not. Oh well ' comes another day. 1 fur-ug- Capt. men for their splendid records while in d the service, and that he was both happy and proud to have such outstanding men in his organization. Receiving the awards were: First Sgt Kerwin O. Lisk. Master sergeant vinn. n Hamik and Carl R. Petamnn Technical sergeants: Robert L. Capel, Charles L. Crittendon, William B. Eiseman. .Tr i.m.. r Frisbie, Mortimer F. Luria. atarr sergeants: Valentine W. Black, Lester H. Corder. f?hrli st-te- vxioDie, muison H. Kirkhuff, Al Lt. Loeb. Melvln V. viii Woodrow Miller, Silvio AMonday) ien William E. Roberts, Paul and Harry F. Lane. Sergeants: Reginald Stad-wis- E. er Aber-nath- y. Henrv ihrami'"i ri viaicnte H4. Barricklow, Cornelius B. Bladgett, James H. Carter and Wilton - - ' Privates First A pool - rioo.- - tournampnt' wcinvcii me i quadrons will be held in the near r.. nA Supply In recognition of commendikV service by the "civilian soldier of Depot Supply office, E. W. K&, oi ssaic iaxe City presented k them a flatr. The Am k hung at the entrance to the boat ing where a small si en annoima tne nonors. i 5x8-fo- ot Day Rooms to Be Checked, Rated in Weekly Inspections nnii.. Street USO Street Telephone WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30 nctae Through the Looking Ola... "Of Shoes and Shin ot Cabbage, and Kingi." Refreahraenti ut nJLlt ta& VaxARecreation . Hall. Operetta Rehearaal, Club Lounge. ' 8.00 p.m. S.OO P.m. o.WJ p.m. Army Air Baw Keep Em Orcheitra From Hill Field, Maln Recreation Flying Hall. Broadcait station KLO, Courteiy Special SerrW aection. Hill Field, Followed By Informal Dancing. FRIDAY, JULY 8.00 p.in.unlor Hojtew Training Courw. "Health, Hygiene, and IUI.U4 J? "g- - . 8.00 ,. P.m. Dancing Party, Main Recreation HalL SATURDAY, JULY 3 . , IVolZW 4 o.8S?bDALoun. StSggtlWl tttStf&Kk 6:00 p.m. Musical USO Supper Club, Club Room and Kitchen. MONDAY, JULY 5 Military Ball. Formal, With Hill Field Keep Orcheetra, Floor Show, Refreahmenu. 8.00 p.m. J."SD! ."M 8:00 p.m. itoathlr Ch Show Featuring 'Em neef . Talent of Soldier and Hoateaaea. WEDNK8DAY, July 7 7 Dance, Solrae Ewnlng. . , 8.0O p.m. Wall Avenue USO . 2660 Wall Avenue for Negro Soldiers and War Production Operated T:30 p.m.-O- .n.. Roa.t Welner and Watermelon Feed. THDRHDAY, JULY 1 Rehearaal. , Cboru n Of 9:30 p.m. Bingo p.m. Dancing, Party. , f- - . 0tT o.m... nWAV' 7:30p.m.socl. :00 8.30 . ? 0ym 1:2 S'm'"o? HATORDAY. JITLY 9 By Kearna Field OrctMetn. llu.lt WNDAT' ? : Hour. for Church of Your Cholee. '"'"ktave 1:00 p.m. Homt Honplt.llty '"lcal Mualo Hour. 2:25 P m m. Forum Hour in Charge of Hoet Committee Inepiratlon Club.. S.OO p.m. Community Singing patriotic Honge. : 10:OOa.ax-Co- ffe, j:30 p.m.-O- lrta. oym ' Tea Btrrti W ClaJr :32S,,yff"1 InformalTto"nt. Dancing. TIIESDAY, JVLY Hour. iZ:imiunlor "T"".:MrM,t"wion Meeting. p.m. . . Workers .30p.m. First Sfft. Willi r the 307th, has returned from fur"UI Weld, day rooms win be lough and is getting back into the the object of weekly Inspections swing of thines. A lot f by the Special Service Section, goes to Tech. Set McCollum H was disclosed W84 actinST firjlt lurffaanr -yesterday by t.. the absence of Sgt. Payton, for JL.C Albert A. Domingue, Base Service Special officer. tne way he Icon th. t....: With all of the day rooms tne squadron in order. complete remodellnsr and redecorating, It is hoped that the Three Days LfnvA nf aKan inspections wm was granted Lieut Henry J. Lohr- - men to keen their encourage the ciieuv( june 2&i. wwMi an uic iinest. af ... Honor Depot Twenty-fourt-h t Brock, James C. Burkhart purchased Harry J. Moseley. and 368th day room squadrons. ... . Knf pool table was recently by the 308th Avn. Squadrons for the which is shared by both Flae Presented to .448 Twenty-fourt- h . Albert Hill, our new ical training instructor, is physCorporals: John J. doing a commendable job of vey C. Hawkinson, Henry A. Kotz- out carrying his duties. Keep up the good work, wixn., aim SUKmund Zairnrn Cpl. most popular shows AVap fa L presented on the Little That stage, and CdI. Alexnndoi. more prizes and more laughs ft. bumorrow nignts session. Climaxing the weeks activitfc: Friday nieht. will b th organization dance. Third to k invited to the Friday night Jh( sessions will be th 39ni irv and as per usual Hillcrest dudt; tax Luers, reiresnments, and mi sic by America's ton Haiuv w win te featured. manding Squadron, made the presentation. assisted by Lt. Herbert F. Rappold, squadron adjutant, and Lt. Law rence D. Greenawald, assistant ad Three New Husbands Come Back Here jutant. award With Smiles or Brides U.in making ,,the .... avucn. vompximentea the We have quite a number of new husbands now. The latest of these to receive congratulations from This fa Mrachek, comofficer of the Air Base un-aergo- oThe-Ste- as though the boys are . It looks going to be in for a veiy good time of "roughing it" The training" will include quite a bit of physical exercise that should touerhen ud the softest man Along with the physical training. a lot of time will be spent on the range, erettine each man rearfv tn qualify with the new carbine. Ml rifles. Due to the fact that th t... been much talk about the bivouac, the boys seem to have a yearning to go camping. East of the south gate, two or threa mlloa !o tiful fresh water lake, and several of our boys camped there over the last week-enThe fish taken from thta iau aA supposed to be enormous, according to the boys who had their fishing tackle with them. Others tell us it is a great place to swim. week. ture has proven to ba . s Furloughs End in Happy Matrimony It Plans to Bough CAPTAIN MRACHEK PRESENTS AWARDS . . . Assisted by Lieuts. Herbert F. Bappold, squadron adjutant, mnd Lawrence D. Greenm-wal- d, assistant adjutant, Capt. Harry J. Mrachek, commanding officer of the 482nd Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, last Saturday morning presented 32 enlisted men and officers of the squadron with Good Conduct medals. Above, the group; below, First Sergeant Lisk receives his certificate from Captain Mrachek. A new th Monday night films show ml scenes of the worlds batS and provide the men with 2 siderable information regardin.iJ fighting tactics of our SSS Tuesday "Red Carnations? J first in a series of comedy lets, was presented, and with S Fitzgerald, Dan Bailey, and Gorden cast in the leads tf howling skit proved very fL2 with the men, who are SS forward to next week's product Tonight the first in iSJS symphonic programs, dedicated 2 the classical music lovers, will 3 inaugurated. The initial proW will consist of two movementi? A Midsummer wuJS first Dream" by Felix Mendelsohn the second "Symphony Nalhi Major" by Gustav Mahler. Tomorrow will find Sid Ala' ander's laugh riot "Take It Leave It" coming back for Ten-Da- y r" mn,.T' rJ theatre another of his popular 'nSSJS ture orientation program? Wise, J : at and enlisted men of the 482nd Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron received the coveted jooa onauct meaai in an impressive ceremony last Satur ch Presenting a program each nteht th t ule IV atra nnHniioo fcu oe tho iJ source of entertainment and fl Sion for tho enllcf " men of Field. Monday night found Set li,H W ft f-f- fi country, "Hold Everything," another USO entertainment quality will be presented at Saturday night, JuTy 10 "Hold Everything" features leading acts of the vaudeville stage. ?dway showa come K ;danc,ng act of and Kay Wilson. KaJ fa the foil for Fredericks' line of fast, rapid-fir- e talk and patter Together they sing comic Bensat onal falls and slide, f wire his dancing routings. Kaye Put on mJ,?Xng act called "Slowly I Turn " ' " " to attempts tnlmic Kay's ung recital of his life atOrV AM nii..l.l villain j. Paul Nolan, veteran of tw jugglmg art. willwizard perform n 'eats ?f dexterity while ,.. he Keeps bis audipnna o imii.Mi1 comments. witty rr0m Jihe O'ympia theatre in Fla., direct to "Hold Evcome the Three erything" S beautiful and talented girUta an acrobatic knockabout act that makescomedy one wonder how euch dalntv . laaies can '"""K such tumWes and Jills? up un Add tn M. "P me sensational Frank Payne whose mimicry . . movie stars Camp Show of All Scheduled Headquarters Squad Of 32nd ADG J To Little Theatre Plays, Dancing And Movies i As a reward for outstanding character and exemnlarv behavior shown for at least one year in the service of their Vaudeville Laugh Riot Coming i All This Wed " L V i J For Theatre Good Conduct Medals Given 32 Men of 482nd Squadron Some Employes Are Dismissed as An epidemic of gasoline stamps, rurroeram Wednesday . Community Singing. Led By Mra. Elltabeth SterMfl. t T:30p.m.- -oi a.3 p nvoeneraloyn, Program Cenditod By MUa Tllllie JHaicey.