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|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
Ldayfe HQeld Way Bond Drive In the News Of the Week Participate id Newly-Appointe- Hill Field, Ogden, Utah ins"49 pa Qnfcd Tonicht siH Field Keep .... narticipates . Lake City Wednesday, July 7, 1943 Bible Lost 25 Years, Return 'Em Flying in the third Commissioners Appointed at Council Meet launch-Thi-rd big National War tonight, when the 2- - lprive stfdance dance "hour street - " beginning Five Vacancies in City Gov't Are Filled By Mayor o'clock. ..Hill Field musical group will be--, South street oa Main and Regent streets, a stage has been erected Second Bhow. military three-da- y the musicians and Sans from Hill Field, Wend- Kearna and Salt Lake Air to the i all are contributing Vday army ordnance show street area dj moved into the singers, Five appointments to fill existing commissioner vacancies at Hillcrest were made by Mayor Wilbur Davies at Monday morning, collection of ammunition, the y &7-.- lJ field hospitals, field ski and para-ip- er bombs, equipment, and army air en-ar- ea equipment occupies the to Main from Regent ets. Lt Col. R. I Lamb of the Command is in th Service hens, rge. esides p entertainers who will take the shows today and to-are Sgt Dan Bailey, CpL ig Gordon, Pvt. Ramon Varela, Dick Schebe, CpL Tommy sr bt Johnny Faust, Gaynor (band mas-- ) and the Cadets, a quartet Ich includes Pfc. Bill Burns, CpL Sam Cbristensen, Bob and James Brown, v s. lie three-da- fonday, program: y Wendover day a. m.j army moves in, setting up op and equipment; 3 to 4 p. m., ndover Field show; 8 to 9 p. m. mdover field show; 9 p. m. to 12 night, free street dance, with ic by Kearns swing hand, Lake Air Base Salt lesday, '12:15 to 1:15 p. jn-- , vaude-le show by army air base. Salt te City; 8 to 9 p. vaudeville m by the base; 9 p. m. to mid- :ht, free street dance, with mu- - band. Hill Field day 15 to 1:15 p. m., street show by Jl field talent; 8 to 9 p. m., by the base Wednesday, wnd show; 9 m. to midnight, p. street dance, with music by Jl field band; midnight, the army pves out. 10:30 hursday, a. m. Hotel h, Starlight Gardens, the "Mil-Doll- ar e Brunch," with motion music and interviews i men who have seen active ure stars, pice. Information Made Available rice Open Two To Offices Soldiers .. following a Lake City complaint by two enlisted men last that they were being against by excessively .P.vCeaon soda POP in local jw, the Salt Lake City Chamber IWmmerce established two centers which will give p dis-pinat- ed in-PJ- wn Gi JL!? prkcs- - sources of supply similar P pertinent information "ty Dusmess organisations, weive complaints, new information centers are Street- Sa1 .!Jn,InMain , . Lake vi rebuilding at Seovu .1 flu It lulled We fe 207 South aoldiers ei5 !, 1 ti, ( ' seUin CAA inIntense interest was shown bycourse and have furnished Section for structors. Instructors approximately 40 officers m at- 1 of the Ground Course are Mr. tendance at the opening classes of Orlo Childs, who is instructing in and . Mr. George the Officers' Ground Course which Meteorology, is instructing in Navibegan Monday, June 28, at 5:30 p. Young, who includes m. in rooms 108 and 109, Post gation. Section 2, which General and Air Civil Regulations for scheduled Schools, and which is of Aiand Operation hereServicing each Monday and Thursday comat the be will presented after for a period of approximately rcraft of Section 1. pletion . 72 hours. ' meet the needs of The Officers Ground coarse, as theIn order toof officers living off majority Mvtnniv announced bv Captain post, the following changes in Stewart C. Campbell, Training and the the initial schedule of the course ns mciuaes Operations section,, are announced: following, subjects: Meteorology, will Meteorology take A 1. Group Navigation, Civil Air Regulations, from 5:30 to 5:30 p. m. and Nav-and General Servicing and Operaconigation from 6:30 to 7:30 p. m. (Extion of Aircraft, and is being Field Hill pressly lor omcers jiving uu at ducted for all officers who are interested In obtaining P02ltGroup B wUl take Navigaground training for a commercial tion from 5:30 to 6:30 p. m, have license. m. pilots m- ,- matt SfntA Dfoartment oi dinner between 6:30 and 7:30 p. 7:30 to from take and Meteorology the and Education, Weber College, 8:30 p. m. CAA are jointly sponsoring thcy "ems at Prices l ary I are - and . . urZT?0.n? y 11 M " centers aoWndd'n aSn Deen ture, the whenever ru UftV031 WEDDING tr,P to Las Ve-Mis- lK7 'J u 1 1 w de-- 1 ) CL.. --of '- J Yw ?1 Brig. I VTSTT AIR DEPOT . . 'tiSllLrfn, ii Health i . Will act as EAME8 . . aiw and Medical Commis niiiyiiir.il sioner. Gen. the Field Thursday morning while en route from his former station at Sioux City, Iowa, to Biggs Field, Texas, where he assumed com mand of the Army Air Base there Saturday. Brig. Gen. Travis formerly was commanding general of the 15th bombardment wing at Sioux City. He was accompanied to Hill Field by his aide, Lt. Dan E. Baker, and Lt. Sidney C. Lord. The a piloted his own general brigadier . plane. During his visit at Hill Field he was a guest of Col. Morris Ber- man, commanding officer, OASC. Ill On sick leave is 2nd Lt. Ed ward Lee Wilkinson. He Is ex pected back a week from today. co-pil- ot, MP0 A f jn LESLIE Robert P. Travis, one original Flying Fortress pilots, made a brief visit at Hill of i - SI '"clsco, Lorraine back at her work employed for more SM.7.tar-,He- ' husband, Stan- ' cbtmist in a Lav- sr factory. t t v I Brig. Gen. Travis Pays Visit Here Oaden Retail Merchants Meet With ColBerman oi ated it Is vitally other. iu.Mnnai h,as iunst partments. This organization will operate under the supervision of and in cooperation with the fire chief of HiU Field. 40 Officers Attend Opening Sessions of Ground Course Kllt0Tpsetion. e Chamber !Sj r Transportation Commissioner of Hillcrest at last Thursday's meet ing of the Council. C In connection with the creation the office of fire commissioner it is planned to organize a local voluntary fire department to per duties pending form emergency the arrival of regular post fire de battle-s- at the n. me ura ce,lm Named Transportation commissioner, Donald Aust; fire commissioner, S. W. Worthrngton; theatre commissioner, Mrs. Elizabeth B. Thorn; health and medical commissioner, Leslie Eames. L. R. Morgan was appointed secretary. ELIZABETH E. THOM . . , The appointment of an entertain AOIS. UU1 crest's new Theatre Com I ment and recreation commissioner missioner. was postponed for one week, pend ing discussions with two prospective appointees. The office of fire commissioner is an addition to the original num ber of commissioners, and the creation of such an office was the outgrowth of a timely and pertin: ent suggestion. -- 1 Automobile parking in close alto the proximity buildings, though violation of dormitory rules, is being done by a number of the residents, thus creating a fire Purclases """ stores . . . of carred Main a,,ed '2 M , - Protect War Workers, . Junius Embley's Bible, lost 25 had seen him safely through the years ago during the Battle of Argonne- campaign. He presented the Argonne, is home again. Four it to his son when the latter weeks ago Mr. Embley, now a joined he army. In it he wrote: "Son, I found this Bible on shipping clerk in the signal section on this field, received it by muddy road in France the first mail from Portland, Oregon. day of September, 1918, while a Sole clue to ownership of the member of the 139th Machine Bible lost on the field of battle Gun Company of the 35th Infanin the first World War was the try Division, as we were getting ready for the Argonne battle. flyleaf inscription Elder Junius S. Embley. The finder of the I carried it around with me a long time. Take care of it, read it book, Leroy Tippie, then of Kanevery day and carry it with you sas, now of Oregon, was inspired to the belief that "elder" is a all the time, and return it to me when you come home. May God term used in practice of the Morbless you and keep you safe. mon religion and wrote to the Trust Htm at all times. Salt Lake City American Legion. Your Dad." They found Mr. Embley handily.' Mr. after son, retaining second were the not for Tippie's it If the Bible in his possession for a world war, the battered and Bible might have reyear, returned home on furlough, insisted on giving it back to his mained in Mr. Tippie's collection it of war items. But Mr. Tippie father for fear he would lose his Mr. Tippie then commenced has a son, now in North Africa. search for Elder Embley, and the The father remembered the Bible Bible's odyssey came to an end. found in the heat of battle that - Aup-l- e, 8 AUST DONALD charter, adopted recently, authority given for the appointment of commissioners to fill vacancies, in lieu of special elections. Acting under such authority at Thursday's meeting, the following appointments were made by Mayor Davies and approved by unanimous vote of trie commission: Holy Book Disappeared During Argonne, Now Is Back Home . eimmons, Frances last meeting Thursday night. By the terms of the Hillcrest BACK FROM WAR . . . Is the Bible of Elder Junius Hill Field employe of the signal section. Lost in the battle of Embley, the Argonne in World War I, the Bible was again sent forth to protect the finder's son in World War H. It is now in the possession of its original owner. Above, Mr. Embley is showing the Bible to Chaplain MacCarroll of the Ogden Air Service Command. orchestra, under Sgt. . Ed Stoker, t in regular 7 J was the in the musicians 'Em Flying direction of d M"w"h" awsoeiatton of Ogden irf la spected the rndtary iastaBsUen. here. They heard R. MORGAN . . . Named as secretary of the CoanciL His job will bo to keep the record L straight. Six Nurses Now at Hillcrest Hospital Continued expansion of facilities to care for the sick at Hillcrest is evidenced in the announcement that six registered nurses now the residents of the civilian disarea in a modern well-kepensary and infirmary. Mrs. Esther Johnson, registered nurse, is superintendent of the in firmary, and LL Col. Theodore C Bed well and Major Kenneth Smith are medical officers in charge. Since the opening of the in firmary and dispensary May 5, a large variety of medicines have been added to the original supply, of aspirin and soda, and arrange ments for the serving of. meals from the cafeteria, and medical at tendance by doctors from Ogden and Layton have been made. Patients order their own meals and pay for them, and also pay. for specially prescribed medicine 'and professional fees in event they de sire the services of a private serve pt physician. Nurses and doctors at the Hillcrest station have treated' a total of 1506 clinic cases from May 3 to July 3. Moreover, they have had 169 overnight patients. These numbers are evidence of the need served by the dispensary.