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nBsted ME Wergo New 4 m Wednesday N&FSymphony Concerts to Start Tonight June 30, 1943 Uassiiicauoit Murals Decorate Little Theatre, Officer's Club I Procedure Applied Here Latest Lovers of Music Will Enjoy Theatre Program By ASC Experts Field enlisted men in the last C weeks to a new technique of fSTation prescribed for the P though they may not have V f 0,t, JT subiected '5 Corporal Al Houghton Lovers of serious music will be glad to hear of the concerts to be By E?new system Includes three of classification, upward, r..i .h downward. A man is placed In a howard hxi occupation or skill of . a V types oraer m '" non-spe- c Si or advanced irom C snecialist, such as the pro (uon from airplane mechanic to Vher l. Met. a A man is placed in Lateral iitary occupation wuku requucs arience or training, or involves from his original to clerk. cialty from mechanic Place a man in. a )ownward ties different CUNU&KELLA. SHOW HOUSE . . . Transformed from a typical army theatre to one of that community m.ght be proud of, Hill Field's Little theatre in short order camp on a glass slipper and put came a permanent Cinderella, Again murals helped do tlie trick. . Attractive decoration of the lobby in vne stunts a lower level, such of Ogden Air Service Command from cook to cook's Headquarters building on Hill Field Jper. has been completed by 15 enlisted new classi men ifain Mirpose of the of the Army Air Base, and will jation is to place the man in C job where he is best fitted and be in use soon, it was said today Colonel Morris Berman, commake the best use of available by manding officer of OASC. Vnnower. The decoration of the lobby will For instance, if a man is classi-as a sheet metal man, but was include the painting of a large (clerical worker in civilian life mural on the wall space at the A has no aptitude for sheet metal head of the central group of stairs the visitor's eye as Irk, the new classification should which meets ke him where ne is est suited, Us will not always be true. There hr ee an overage 01 clerical takers and a shortage of sheet occupation fitary on will be painted in fantrymen action. hi Civilian Programs At Post Theatre The figures in the mural will be placed against a background of blue skies with a formation of planes flying over all. A huge pair of Three Five o'Clock pilots' wings will be centered above the Statue of Liberty. Shows Staged Design for the mural is the work of Tech. Sergeant Martin Stern, Here Each Week Jr., who is in charge of the entire project. He has as his assistants Humphrey Bogart, Raymond 14 enlisted men, who are experi- Massey, and Alan Hale have joined forces to make a lively, first-rat- e feature called "Action in the North Atlantic," which will toe shown tomorrow afternoon, Thursday, Vtal men. July 1, at the Post theatre at JThe AAF 6 five o'clock for civilians. memorandum that men who have graduat-froElephant trains will give the an AAF technical school, patrons a ride from the dormiill not be reclassified within one tories to the theatre and hack, ir after leaving such schools starting at 4:45 p.m. For 15 cents, movie-goecept in cases where such men may see the best features without standve been given an opportunity to monstrate their abilities in the ing in line. In fact, the Post theatre has not as yet enjoyed the edition of duties for which they ire been prepared patronage of the civilians, aland have lied." though more are beginning to take Ml cases of downward and lateral v s ssv s advantage of this special running. jjf The theatre runs these five issification are acted upon by o'clock shows on Monday, ThursAir Force Classification board, ward classification is the sole day, and Frijday. Besides the feature tomorrow, a iponsibility of the organization newsreel will be shown. Friday's mmander. show is a double feature "Song of Texas" with Ray Rogers and "All By Myself." Shows are announced a week in advance in the fostess Hillfielder and in bulletins posted i.iLmiiiiumypiumiiS ' jiAwmmma, ii """"""""j in the dormitories. Officer's the of club, decoration the In CORPS AIR BPIR1T OF Hillcrest Guests Tech. Sergeant Stern and his men stressed the spirit of the Air Corps The job was beautifully appropriate. Can Now Be post from regulation "G.I." build- soon as he enters the lobby. Welcomed to Area The mural will have a reproduc ings to attractively decorated build-Xr1 of the Statue of Liberty in ings which are the pride of the V pe new hostess house at Hill- - tion central its size as heroic figure. combeen completed, been has air base already rhas a complete file with the On the left of the statue will be e met of all residents. figures of civilian pleted. Prom this half For the Officers' club, Sergeant to win the war. workinsr forces sfuesta will be able to locate mechan aircraft fir friends and Stern designed a series of mural riveters, arrange to meet Welders, tm at the lor mothers les, chemists, paratroopcaring hostess house. The be showing aircraft, pilots, wt will be in pictaken to the dormi-- 7 their children, farmers all willaom aerial landscapes and ers, rental office for their room oortrayed on one side -of the BASE CHAPEL the which tures depict effectively HUI Field. Utah inant figure. On the other side, "fliment schedule New Air Forces and of services: Suests will be welcomed to the members of the armed forces Red work of the Army MONDAY k sttouds. aviators, 8:00 p. m. Air Service Command. Service men's Christian the helPful suggestions will Cross workers, marines, sailors, in them in regard to decorations of the Little league. Interior TUESDAY decor Theatre of Hill Field have been Eflven activities and rules 7:00 p. m.ChoIr practice. and enced nainters. draftsmen, util and - WEDNESDAY general ators, carpenters, and executed by the 15 practiced at the dormidesigned 7:00 p. m. Catholic consultations and who- - compose the "artists' instructions. Every effort will be ex- - ity men. men , to make the initial Stern was employed as crew." USO Camp Show artists and THURSDAY visit anSereeant k 7:30 P. m. architectural Pleasant one, prayer meeting. engineer working other visiting entertainers have Miss Gaell says FRIDAY on the Triangular Division Army commented repeatedly on the outdirector. 7:00 p. m. Jewish service. Cantonment at Phoenix, Ariz., be standing beauty and design of the 8:00 p. m. Choir practice. SATURDAY W Job T .- fore entering the Air Corps. He is a theatre. a w oi 7:00 p. m. Catholic confessions and motion picture the former Hollywood ceiling Instructions. Golden harps grace lDWMCr;f.,from chief, ketch artist and unit art director, SUNDAY braces, which have been painted 7:00 a. m. Catholic confessions. nch 23",fer"n"e,'-..,t- 0 He studied art at the University to blend with the rest of thein-terio- r. 8:00 a. m. Catholic mass. Fiove wui oe iiuea Sstu deArt of California, Southern Theatrical 0:00 a. m. Protestant service, African masques, Uiarles Houston fmm a,. Ga. dents' leaeue in New York City, signed by Sergeant Stern, are Methodist a.andm. Missionary Baptist. Protestant worship. 10:00 nhouinard Institute in Los Angeles, placed near the stage, anci murals 11 :00 a. m. Protestant worship. 12:00 noon Catholic mass. and Maryland Institute in Balti- of a lovely lady and hei swain 7:30 p. m. " Evening prayer, music and more. decorate the walls. meditation, of 10 unit day rooms RprffPant Stern's plans lor tne Decoration In addition to these services, decoration of the headquarters lob on the field also has been started. hi inrliirio beside the mural, re Each day room, which is the sol- others are held with men in biwall diers' headquarters within his unit, vouac, the Base hospital and at painting of the bannisters and 01 umc, will be snaaes in space repainted and the interior such other times and places as contrasting a new receptionists' desk which decorated with murals appropriate- the occasion demands. Let us realready has been installed, and ly depicting military activities. It member that one of the four freeflower boxes on either side of the is also planned to refurnish the doms is "freedom of worship and from worship." stairway, where growing plants various rooms with lounges, writ- not freedom We are ' now in ' the progressive will enhance the beauty of the in- ing tables, and libraries. terior. The artists' crew is a part of stage of the war when all our naSpecial Services DivisionS. of the tional efforts are directed toward Part of Program Menger the' 'day' of victory. Not the least field, and Captain Carl The decoration of the OASC of these efforts is the concerted in exofficer charge. is an of a is part building lobby realizes fully the im- prayer appeal of millions of our "The army carried tensive art program being and people. We cannot afford to relax on at the Army Air Base by the portance of of one is in that effort now. We know the many program artistic this same group of enlisted men in an which are planned righteousness of your cause and activities field beauty to improve the lasting " in ' the an outlet for soldier good soldiers go Thirlll BrntmmtJoha Her- - effort of the various buildings on the to provide schedule prepared for them. said full hours," on Cap talent ' . post. They take into the zone of battle Menger yesterday. a. nM f th best indications or tain as en their armaments, their "guts," and are artists "These just the of extent . Jamn their spiritual power. It , is this J. Horan. soldier morale is the in his home thusiastic about art as other solmona about sports, music, and third quality that makes the genius n M' McMillan, are diers Donald is ".lm. base, Colonel Berman particularly similar phases of military life of our democratic army. We welI. Bonta.il, interested in the scope oi 1 which must be provided at large come you to our services that you r. I naiph K. trnivtt tw. gr..Amitlnn of the Officers' armv bases if morale is to remain may have the full preparation for the long and bloody road ahead." imi,TnS, "0or, ltd war d club and tb Little Theatre of the on a high level." M . -- 35-1- m rs """- - House ... life-siz- anti-tan- Mid-wee- ', a- itnt inaugurated tonight at the Little theatre at 8:30 p.m. The Base Special Service office offers as the first program works by Felix Men delssohn and Gustav Mahler. Beginning the evening's musid will be music for Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream,, by Mendelssohn This fine recording by the Cleveland Symphony orchestra, conducted by Artur Rodzinski, brings with the truest fidelity the richness of this musical tapestry. Mendelssohn was a composer of great stature during the extravagantly romantio period of the 19th century. Always more popular in England than his native Germany, it was only natural that he would be drawn to the task of paralleling his creative genius to that of William Shakespeare. In choosing from the many ro- - . found among vehicles mantic Shakespeare's plays, Mendelssohn could not have been wiser. The ' haunting quality of this fantasy is ideally suited to the elaborate style of the period of Mendelssohn. This work represents a whole life's development in composition; begun in the composer's eighteenth year, the subsequent details were worked . out over a number of years. This music will be presented in four sections. 1. Overture. 2. 3. 4. Scherzo. Nocturne. Wedding March. Gustave Mahler was a "Peck's Bad Boy" of the early modern composers. The turn of the century found him a moody, scholarly young artist steeped in the atmosphere of the Paris left band; he had a strong urge to work but the confusing influence of a dawning modernism led him to the only outlet that seemed logical to him the tone-poetechnique. Of course, he retained the symphonic format in the majority of his works, but it was all highly subjective writing. The story behind the first symphony which will be layed tonight is typical of Mahler's youth; his Paris mistress, with whom he had become highly infatuated, proved to be anything but what he had inimagined. Her faithlessness furiated the young Mahler, so as the only means of revenge he could imagine sufficiently stringent, he "exposed" her in his first sym m phony. Miss Foley Plans Summer at Field Miss Olive Miriam Foley, daugh. ter of Mrs. Mary V. Foley, of Purchasing and Contracting, is ex pected to arrive Saturday, July 19, to spend the summer in Ogden. Miss Foley has been attending the Greeley State College of Edu cation at Greeley, Colo., and is now in ner junior year. She is majoring in art and library science, and is a member of an honorary educational fraternity. Miss Foley hopes to work at Hill Field during the summer. Post Movies WEDNESDAY-THURSDA-Y 1 June "Action in the North Atlantic" Humphrey Bogart Raymond Massey Alan Hale FRIDAY, JULY 2 "Song of Texan" and SO-Ju- ... II' morale-buildin- g, "all-oit- off-du- ty nt-id- a fwl - - ly "AH By Myself (Double Feature) SATURDAY, JULY . S "Seven Days' Leave" Radio Cat All-St- ar SUNDAY-MONDA- Y JULY 8 "Stage Door Canteen" Cast TUESDAY, JULY 6 "Crime Doctor" Warner Baxter Margaret Lintlnay 4-- AM-S- WEDNESDAY-THURSDA- Y JULY 7-- 8 "Coney Island" Betty Grahte George Montgomery Cenar Romero Matinee Tuesday-Thursda- y and Saturday: 1 p.m. p.m. Sunday Week Day Evenings 9 p.m. -8 7-- , .