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|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
Pacific Veteran Serve Open to Hill Field Saturday Marked 3 first Business By New Unit Here wi.M'it first permanent frank opened Saturday at officially u innation in the northeast rner of the parking lot, adjacent 2 clock house. lS last hank was opened Ogden, Utah Three Hill Fielders Save Child's Life All Limited Service Men In Check-U- y r Of method. the pay-o- ff tinder the supervision of W. I vice president of the First Scurlty Bank of Utah, the new Ertallation employs two tellers, Lwnard Wright and C. R. N. Shepherd tinder normal conditions, hut civilian payday extra help la o to Field hank Is one of number of military banks under of the First Secthe supervision urity Bank of Utah. They have installations at Ogden Utah ASF Depot, and Wend over. All except the one at Wend-ov- Ar-aen- al, limilar er of limited with a view to discharging those not meeting minimum physical requirements and keeping those who are capably per ,, . ..iiLttfl KNEW FIRST AID . . . Quick action and a knowledge of artificial respiration on the part of Everett A. Harris and Glenn "Shorty" Bloxham, both Hill Fielders, saved the life of Larry Beltz, red-hea- d, ... Taken Club For Commanders Designate Member Welfare Dance at White City Friday wis week directed manders to all unit com appoint the ranking in their respective organisations to serve on a committee the club started. Lp"ing The committer will ha Me for the organization of the ub. It win determine eligibilty, t membership fees, and in general lay the ground work for start- "8 ine club to function. ans to form a non-coclub Davn tn i i unaerway nere ever ""e construction began on the building in the barracks rea, but very little was progress . . luftlll)) until v'1- or ?L was order ued non-co- m . m m - this week. The u.Shaped building to house e club has been completed. It "or the CCC south of type located in the the mobile depot ine Du"ding was con fueled to house six bowling al oui was redesignated this the non-coIT building. m Stage Features Entertain Trailer Homes Are Open 65 More Sixty-fiv- homes e more modern trailer are now available to Hill Fielders. These new units are located just outside of the south gate of the field. family They are designed for reasonthe rent for and occupation able cost of $26.00 per month, which includes the cost of lights and water. The rent is payable semimonthly on the first andis fifteenth a $10.00 of each month. There trailer all of fee required security tenants. This fee is returnable proin good viding the trailer is leftis vacated. condition at the time it Employes desiring to obtain one of these units make application at the Housing Unit in Employe Relations office, Civilian Personnel building. Commanders View Pioneer Parade . 3 Hillfielders will be guests at an other, dance and stag show at White City in Ogden Friday night, it was announced today by Paul West, president of the council of the Welfare Association. George Turnquist's orchestra will orovide music for dancing, and guests will be admitted free by dis nlavinc their field identification. Bettv Hooper, Don (Powers) Nuneaster. Betty Mitchell, R.O' mania Grant, June Barlow, and "Shorty" Wolf will participate in the stage show, which will be emceed by Ford Thomas Rose. A Hill Field vocal octette also will annear on the show, under the direction of Strafford Smith. Prizes of war stamps will be given away during the stage show, and the Welfare Association is urgto take ing Hill Field workers in orinvitation their on them up der that more entertainment may be planned for the future. Warren, rv,triftiiiflr fas 1' ,',?L frsxs - u 31 o n cU At- - 'j B-2- 4, p- physical condition. "Every measure will be taken to place individuals in positions where their particular skill and. ability will be of greatest use," the de partment announced. "Command ers will exercise personal supervi sion to this end. Soldiers who are discharged be cause of physical disability will return to the jurisdiction of selec tive service, it was announced. Grant Permission For Workers to Arrive Hour Early In order to give workers more time and to aid them in making arrangements for their meals, Hill Field has now made permissible the arrival of workers an hour in advance of their time to begin work. Day shift workers may enter the field at 6:30, and the graveyard shift workers may enter the field at 10:20. Warehouses 4 and 55 Win This Week Efficiency Awards Are Marked By Close Competition Warehouses 4 and 55 were the winners of the Honor Plaque this week in their respective branches, III and VII. Warehouse 55 won for the fifth consecutive week. Floyd W. Bowman is chief supervisor of 55, while Seth Stewart is in charge of Warehouse 4. Warehouse 4 was last week in runnerup position in its branch. Runnerups this week in Branch III are Warehouses 8, Wilburt Dixon, head, and Warehouse 6, supervised by Ted Greenwood. Whereas Branch VII has had the same winner for five consecuno warehouse in tive weeks, Branch III has ever won the plaque twice. Officers Fight Mimic Battle Here V Gloria Warren Given Quick Hospital Trip Gloria VP forming their present duties was Saturday by the War Department. Enlisted men who cannot meet the current physical standards for general service will remain in service on the basis of ability, special skills, intelligence and aptitude. Also limited service men will not be discharged if their commanders desire their retention. Before men are discharged from the armed services every effort will be made to place them in positions on a level with their skills and announced . First Step rs re-che- ck fell. Captain Nichols . . , After eight months in South Pacific combat areas, has been assigned as asBlatant base operations officer here. John P. Nichols, Jr., who Captain in the South months spent eight Pacific combat areas, has been as- signed assistant base operations officer on the field here. Captain Nichols, commissioned In December, 1941, was sent to a Ha waiian base in October, 1942, and was flight leader of a group of Liberators there. He wears the Air Medal for participation in the Wake Island raid. In January his group went to Guadalcanal ,took part in anti-shiping raids until May of this year, They were in the raids over Munda, Vella and Bougainville. Captain Nichols, who is 26 years old, is a graduate of Bowdoin College. His home is in Weston, Mas sachusetts. - Non-Qualifie- An army-wid- e service personnel old child. to Three Hill Field employes, two employs men and a woman last week cothe mobile trailer unit type. Hill Field's bank is 30 feet wide llaborated on saving the life of a and 40 feet long. The lobby is diinfant who was floatvided into two sections by a movaing to death in an Ogden irrigation ble partition. One side is acc- ditch. The girl, who first spied the essible to the civilians after they have quitted the field. The other baby and cried for help, is comely tide may be entered by military Bernice Hammer, employed here as a helper personnel from on the field. Since the new installation is a in Hangar No. 3. The men are segment of the First Security Bank, Everett A. Harris and Glen "Shork is able to offer practically all ty" Bloxham, both employed in of the services obtainable at the Engine Repair. hank in Ogden. The services incThe child whose life was saved is Larry Beltz, son of Mrs. Wilma lude the cashing of checks, accepting of deposits of individual and 'Beltz, 364 W. 17th street, Ogden. unit funds, selling war bonds, certifEvidently the child stumbled into the ditch and was being helplessly checks ,etc. ying carried away when seen by Miss It was Hammer, who first thought it a SHE GAVE ALARM doll. The child had already passed comely Bernice Hamthrough three tunnels and was mer, another Hill Fielder, who Non-Co- m several feet under the water when gave the alarm. the men picked it up. Artificial respiration was applied Unit to the child by the men steadily for 15 minutes until the fire departTo ment arrived and administered Later the child was reoxygen. Committee ported out of danger. Show, Other Harris learned his first As the first step in the organiza aidEverett school and in methods tion of a high offi. Will the Boy Scouts, while Glen ers' club for Hill Field, Col. Lil, from school. his in learned Bloxham high Burn u. ator, Base Commander, Guests similar are permanent and the one here. Wendover p Army Plans Return To Civil Life the payday was post- until Monday due to changes brought in The Hill July 28, 1943 Wednesday, tak-hTc-ai with the anticipation of f the civilian payday 2Lver. Joned Sat-2- Hill Field, of Purchasing ia recovering to acute day from an operation atforthe Dee performed appendicitis hospital, Ogden, on Tuesday of Miss Warren was stricken early wnne ai ner joo. Tuesday morning a brief examination at the Aff she was first aid station here, was She to operaiea Ogden. rushed on two hours after oeing sincKen Under the direction of Captain Harry J. COMPLETE COURSE . Mrachek, 26 officers completed their intensive military training course this past week, climaxed by a mock battle. Here are scenes from the field of conflict. A mock battle under cover of afox holes against the attacking smoke screen between two forces forces who advanced with rifle, and full field pack under USO Tomorrow of officers armed with simulated helmet the protective smoke screen. The purpose of the courae was Beverly Lou rifles and hand grenades brought Beryl McQueen, and Barbara Ciark are to an end last Thursday the mili- to give officers valuable experience 'f isn hnateaaes who are help tary training class of the officers' in the construction and camouflage of fox holes and slit trenches, the -nmnlte olans for the for training program. . lug x the tne tactical employment of smoke, deat officers Twenty-sicompleted tomorrow evening mal dance course under the supervision of fense against gas attack and de448 24th street. USO, Ogden An lhorat floor show will be Capt Harry J. Mrachek, assistant contamination procedures. and training ofifcer, Casualties incurred consisted out on for the guestJ, who are base isplans also commanding officer mainly of blisters and sore muscles, who USO hostesses ana ineir 482nd AB Squadron. together with some cases of offimen guwi.' Tha theme of the eve of Inthethe of one cers being hit with the tin cans force mock Dear fight, is w nteruinment Formal Dance at c..t, " i nil i mum rmtrmmmmmmmmimmmmi . . From their reviewing h7dTT of mlHUnr inhalations In the Ogden JhS"IB tho whole spectacle - Gen- iSVBr,Talbot, Jr., commanding lUph of ML. S BmhigU commanding of TlcerNaval Ilardaway, H. Hlnes, of the Commander II. commanding efneer aearfleld; and CoL Lllburn D. Fator, Field. f the Army Air Base at Hill JATCH TROOPS PASS . J Krt S."p,U,5 "1 'n,lMJ?,5VSr .. Diary." officers defended a slit trench and which served as hand grenades.