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r-- New Chaplain Safety Sl To Be Bought Here on Post L Soldiers W Big Job Appropriation Is giU Field lost L for TveJnesday July 28, 1943 Turn Out Six Bombers in Six Days Welfare Council Is To Acquire Part of Help ill Field the announced fitD . , S7AAA 0 milicombined a ' ai civilian recreational J- - in additional to the tech-C- ,e the already on the base, under ' Command, Service U Uidance of xenopmm Une an outstanding job for We men of the western them wiui reading j providing C2f mm fish allot- - vield financial of WW the many iobs for the SJiTwd solved Qt of the soldiers. books carefully 50,000 in 1500 Wad prepared for use,volumes GnZ units of 35 to 40 CTZked in specially prepared ASSIGNED Stock for Workers - TO FIELD Chaplain Carroll A. Hamilton, newly assigned to Hill Field, found old friends here. Coming: directly to this field from tne cnapiain school at Harvard Uni versity, Chaplain Carroll A. Ham ilton has been assigned to duty with the 63rd Air DeDor Ci rnirn and to special duty at Pos Chanel A native of Fort Worth. Tpxss new Chaplain was clari tn the are Command operating meet friends of long standing in the slogan, "take the library tne persons of Cpl. Leroy Allen !G soldier wherever he may of the Supply Squadron. 32 ADG to the traveling and bears F. Roach, who is in Gen boxes for shipment toiso- noints, libraries in the Ninth Announcement has iust been made by Capt. R. R. Af flick f the Safety Branch that plans. are going forward for the establishment Of a Shoe Store tn he lnnotoJ somewhere on the post reserva- uun.inis store will deal exclusively in the' sale of '"safMt, These shoes may be obtained with proper certitication without using number 17 or 18 shoe ration cfamn Details of the store will be avail able very shortly, but generally it will be on the following (basis It is rjlanned- to h HIV J handled in conjunction with the Welfare Council so that, the Wei- iare Council may get a small profit and the individual will get the benefit of a price greatly reduced over the general retail price level. in tne meantime, any individual desirine to nurchase "safetv shoes" may do so by contacting the Safety oince, extension 333, or toy coming 10 tne faatetv orfice in Derson. The office is on the third floor of Hangar No. 1. The entrance is at tne south tower on the east side. ! J. V MAINTENANCE SETS PACE . . . Above, Maintenance Division of Ogden Air Service appreciation to thousands of workers who a bomber a day repaired and record shops here. ... Colonel Tillery, chief of Command, expresses bis made possible the new turned out of the huge Col. Tillery Sets New Goal; Complete 2 Bombers a Day ! charge of maintenance of eauiD 300 to ment. The former was a member Six bombers in six days werework of everybody in the division of the chaplain's church in Fort copies each, located at 141 Capt. Thaddeus B. Bruno turned out Trip $ while Sears and he were and First Lieut. Emanuel W. Sklar of the Hill Field hang that has made this production pos stations, Worth, ( the larger permanent May I express my appreciaschool friends. ars -i week last after complete over- sible. are leaving on a W by 100 professionally qualiinspection and tion that of your is Hamilton a arradnate Chaplain librarians and other haul jobs. That's a bomber a day! officer, Colonel Morris commanding trip at Rapid City, S. D. Berman, for of and Mississippi studied college employes. for the the work you have done." was set the That goal the in Southwestern re-BaDtist Theo re than 350,000 books maintenance division by Colonel M. Colonel Tillery also has expressed through the Victory Book logical Seminary at Fort Worth. OASC chief of main- gratitude to the Supply Division , E. Tillery, or twelve years Dnor to inin 'spaign have been processed and tenance, a few weeks ago, and its for their prompt delivery of supply the armed forces he had a lie available to troops through ing attainment is only the signal to parts which has made it possible i congregation at the Bethlehem )bn and traveling libraries, continue working until the turn for maintenance workers to repair Another 150,000 volumes from the tsaptist church of Albany, La. over in the hangars here is even and overhaul the airplanes in rec. . ie source are currently being ord time. greater. Wed from Chicago and will to the workers in Main Maintenance personnel of the day Speaking prepared for immediate use. tenance Division last Saturday aft and swing shifts gathered on tjie Bar books purchased from pub-ieernoon at the close of the sixth ramp just outside Hangar One at bring the total to nearly day, Colonel Tillery said "We are four o'clock Saturday afternoon The Service (nillion volumes. not going to be satisfied with a to hear Colonel Tillery speak. Wand library spent $350,000 bomber a day we'll keep on work Ogden Air Service Command is new A it the new books ventilating plant is being between Sep-now until we can turn out two one of the largest ASC control ing installed at the post theatre, and 1942. and March. 1943. a day." depots in the United States, anH authorities state that they hope to like army does not follow the is as a component of the Air Service Division "Our Maintenance have it in operation tonight. of establishing well equipped working like a big team," he con Command of the Army Air Forces The plant, not to be confused with ies in all com nanv dav rooms. tinued. "It isn t the work' of one has a huge job to do to keep the com will effect a endeavors tn n1re a lihrnrv unit or one section, but it is the planes flying. buildturnover of the in air that no .soldier will have to plete At are two there large present more than a mile to reach ing. exhaust fans installed but if they tort of an army library. are not sufficient to take care of the stale air, a third fan is to be installed. Heretofore there has been no type IS w Jspplemental of ventilation in the main show ? six the on room .and hot evenings ions Technical Training Command f will be flying training and techo clock shows have been quite warm. The new plant will not pro nical training schools. and Flying Training Command w v Tf uv 1TV duce ideal temperatures, but there New assignment of Major Gen. of the AAF have been combined ears to and from work are will' be fresh air. II. Weaver, commanding Air Walter and fl to make redesignated Army as soon application Above nvirKjnvn ATTOV of the Technical training possible general for the renewal of Forces Command. Major Training Second Lieuts. Rob To School cool, tempting morsel, designed Command has not been ansupplemental eas rations. K. Barton heads Yount General and Lincoln H for hot weather, is Betty itnoaes. nounced Major Gen. Taunt foraay be done at the ration and ert D. Gafford the new training command with She arrives at the Post Theatre merly was commanding general onation units in the Em- - Moses will shortlv arrive at Mc v "Salute in this in Fort Worth, Calif., of the Flying Training Conu.Mnd. Sacramento, Clelland headquarters Field, uwhuuiis prancn in tne course there in for Three." Ticket may be pur k for a Texas. Personnel building. chased in advance. ' for renewal Supply. (application Training Command will super JH be ma.Hn at- 1oaf Special Swing Shift n. vise and conduct the training of of Downtown Shows the fance date individuals in aerial gunnery, e cover of the expiration 41 au,- i. Ogden Theatres FT driver should examine bombing, navigation, aerial ob th. wso mat he does not delay airservation, piloting of military EGYPTIAN "g in making application. shift show Friday, also in mechanical, and Swing craft, 1 .application is a safeguard midnight, July 30, All Colored sub administrative and me technical, driver,. . who mnv h Weather." musical, "Stormy ' ri ..:aj n .he jects. It will supervise and conJate 0 waitg OGDEN Ue ration i,n;. duct preliminary training for li. io ,, la uuuuie Starting Saturday m i "rough the applications purpose of orientation, classificaat 31, monstrous pretion, basic military instruction, historic show, "King Kong," ' are reminded to academic instrucand "One Million, B. C." i jweuu bring . . thoir"MpecUon tion. Also under its jurisdiction record, and the list passengers with their 'and Ninth Service 172 libraries of w Com-'Bd't- the M 14-d- ay non-pro-sro- al M Coming . rs , Ventilating Plant For Post Theatre W , Gas f Available AAF Technical and Flying Training In One Command s xa ... " Sundav-Monda- r.- five-wee- at Hours Flying Time to Credit Has i. - J r- addresses. Post Movies stormy Weather" pre-flig- ht Hill Field Civilian Recreation Calendar 111 - ! P,""1 Robinson IDAY, JULY 80 "Gals, Inc." JULY 81 Married a Witch" rederic March Veronica Lake DAY.MONDAY 1-- 2 Rho(Jeg . ie Quillan Tim and Irene 2"' l Hold V. SSTTy ihniu we Vtl-- Roeer Brigham Wilco, Flying Cadet and Military Adjunct of Hill Field. Not quite ten months old, Roger Brigham be Wilc- o- or as he prefers to has already called, simply Brig 41 hours flying time to his credit oee - Jalute for Three" acDonaic Carey tty tSX?' AUST p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 8:15 p.m. 8:30 p.m. Leon Errol race McDonald AUGUST 6:00 6:30 6:30 7:15 8 without an accident enNot that Brig has been an once he canine tirely lucky a tow ugatt stepped in front ofThat might have moment. wrong is he becouse been fact which he hides from the 'flight surgeon with success. oops, we Roger Brigham Wil to Flight U assigned mean Brig ASN io, Section, where he drew bJ seven pay 000. His regular quarts of milk a ween, w ntgM - - .f .h fttAtions Son,, h.v. -- rd, - t S.1 00 e 7:O0 p.m. 7:00 p.m. a month. iisimeni. We don t Know w imi. "i- - th&t ,ith Brig the $2.00, but we do know He can find 25th street blindfolded.' one us there fallowed u.kt.. " JHUUrtUJJ y-- v. nm i i;i.w ;v show hi nerman- - Pnnnv Doir Pond. (a State in the Utah, Five Corners, white wavy has He United States). , , ha r, limpid Drown "V and is physically attractive, if you like the type. And g The following officer, sponsored his ennsimeiii.. B. H. Lt. Pruyh in Montana); (nW ...I-.- .. itr.naM Lt. A. C. Wells w. C Clark w.I",";:.Aant (Hill rieiu, ndYV ' R R srhac (Hill Fie'"" fer (Nortn Ainv C" 6:15 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 12:00 noon 6:00 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 12:00 noon 6:00 p.m. 7:15 p.m. 6:30 7:00 7:15 8:30 p.m. pm. p.m. p m. WKDNKNDAY, 41I.Y 28 Men's Softball S.A.E. va. Civilian Personnel, Layton. Jills Supper Meeting, 57 S. State Street, Salt Lake City. Girl's Softball Skyliners vs. Red Sox, Monroe Park, Ogden. Men's Softball Dave's Service vs. Section No. 6 Supply, Layton. Men's Baseball Hill Field Civilians vs. Naval Supply Depot, John Affleck Park, Ogden. 4 Men's Softball Planning vs. Project, Layton. THURSDAY. JULY 20 Men's Softball Little Siberia vs. M.M. R., John Affleck Park, Ogden. Girl's Softball Practice, Lester Park. Ogden. Skyliners Inspection-ReceivinMen's Softball vs. Planning, John Affleck Park, Ogden. Men's Softball East Warehouse vs. Utilities, John Affleck Park, Ogden. Hwimboree Free Swimming for Men and Women, Weber Gym Pool Ogden, Bring a Partner. FRIDAY, Jll.Y 0 ' Girl's Swing Shift Softball Practice, Lester Park. Ogden. Swin Swimnoree, Free Swimming tor Men and Women, Weber Gym Pool, Ogden, Bring a Partner. Men's Softball Hangars No. 1 and No. 2 vs. Engine Repair, Layton. Men's Softball Hill Field Civilians vs. Adjutant General Depot, John Affleck Park, Ogden. Men's Softball S.A.E. vs. Civilian Personnel, Layton. 4 Men's Softball Dave's Service vs. Project, Layton. KATt'RDAY, JULY 31 Girl's Swing Shift Bowling School, Ogden Bowling Center, Ogden, MONDAY. At'Ot'ST vs. Engine Repair, Layton. Men's Softball-PlannlMen's Softball Hangars No. 1 and No. 2 va. Civilian Personnel, Layton. TUESDAY, AlXit'ST 3 Girl's Bowling School Ogden Bowling Center, Ogden. Hill Jills Meeting, Street, Ogden. Men's Softball Hill Field Army vs. Hill Field Civilians, John Girl' Softball Hill Fielders vs. Remington City Park, Hill g nR 448-24t- h sail Lan WHT.