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6 September I, 1943. Two Famous Fighters Meet Maintenance Chief Thanks GO for Fine Cooperation y A V ence held here August 9, 10, was received at this headquarters and acknowledged by Col .Morris Berman. Ed. V - To all Military and Civilian Personnel: The following letter from Maj. Gen. McMullen, chief, Maintenance Division, ASC, was received by Col. Berman: ARMY AIR FORCES HEADAIR SERVICE QUARTERS, Vi -- 4 I V im COMMAND, Office of the Commanding General of the MainOf the Coast LIEUTENANT COMMANDER JACK DEMPSEY tenance Division. of the Air Corps during Dempsey's recent Guard meets Suzy-Patterson Field, Fairfield, Ohio, visit to Ogden Air Service Command. Dempsey was world's heavy17 August, 1943. weight 'champion Suzy-- was queen of the Flying Fortresses in the SUBJECT: Commendation. south Pacific, as well as the first 7 to fight her way completely around the world. Dempsey was at Hill Field on a furlough visit; TO: The Commanding Officer, was undergoing complete overhaul in the huge Ogden Air Ogden Air Service Command, Suzy-Service Command hangars before returning to the skies. Ogden, Utah. 1. It is desired to commend you and, through you, your subordinates who were responsible for the excellent planning and scheduling of the activities incident to V-Mthe maintenance conference at ail your depot on August ,9th and JlL Ulf l ... Q Q B-1- Q Hillfielder Received in Italy Fan Letter Inspires Sgt. Paul Martin Wrties Leora Townsend About Her Article on Cafeteria, Declares He'd Even Eat Hot Dogs Here! an island in the 10th. 2. Your efforts and those of your .people materially contributed to the excellent results obtained dur' ing the conference. "i A via Mediter-f- a Prizes at Little Theatre i tly I . tT. iae Celebation for Captain Harris CLEMENTS McMULLEN, Major General, U. S. A., Chief, Maintenance ' Div. is desired to. express my sin- " 4 . . "COMIN' FO TO CARRY MB HOME!" , . Dixie Juh- HHill Field's own internationally famous negro quartet. Iff r? Sergeant Webster, Corporal Wymes, Corporal Jowers, and pSC: First Class Foster. asro 20 months four About ask their servioi.. J fpqsinnn.1 sincers - former members do individuals for private paraJ of famed Negro quartets came to Foster his high scW completed 1003rd Hill meld rut members of w.ork at Spartenburg, s. C. J Q. M platoon. They are Sgt Fred Webster, CpL Leroy Jowers, Cpl. then attended Clanon collegetRorf Hill, S. C, where he was Israel Wymes, and fzc uettys dent of agriculture and wasajtf fJ Rnoir at rfl.mn Lee. Vireinia. the foTini" tin tViA PlaviAn t . n boys started living together for Mont frnnnonflv tVia first, time and organized as equested i the Dixie Jubilee Singers, under their audiences are: "Noah," J the leadership oi iroster. ah oi Willie Johnson; "Swine Low, Swe? them had nrevious nlaces on na Chariot," "By and By, Little tionally known Negro quartets, dren," "The Gospel Train" such as the Golden Star Jubilee in popular vein, "I Got a Lena singers, of which Foster was the xnis morning, ana "rm Lonw n Tn Ra Wov Tlonlr tenor. Sin re then thev have been in close harmony for nearly two COLORADO CLUB MEETS ADout so members of the Ok! years, singing to a widely expanding audience of music lovers. Un rado Club, meeting in tbe Norft' til thir engagements started piling west Recreation Hall, last Thai up on them they sang every Sun- day night discussed oreanizatk1 plans. Meetings are held each m day in the Hill Field, chapel. Unurcnes in ugaen ana sail at eignwuteen p. m. Signed Clements McMullen, year. He has seen considerable action during this time as a mem ranean," inhabited oy people of ber of a service squadron, and It "Italian descent," is one of the maintains that "we are all 'happy cere appreciation for the splendid many places throughout the world to be doing our part in' this cooperation of the military and where the HILLFIELDER is be- struggle." civilian personnel of this installaletwould ing received by members of the Sgt. Martin appreciate tion which made possible the sucadters from his old friends. His armed forces. cess of the Maintenance ConferSgt Paul A. Martin, former Hill dress is Sgt. Paul A. Martin, 354th Field civilian employe, later sta- Service Squadron,' A. P. O. 528, ence and elicited this letter Mc-of commendation from General tioned here; in the service, now on New York City, New York. Mullen. the Mediterranean island, was the To you belongs full credit for recipient of the June 30 issue of Quiz Show, this achievement, and it is with the HILLFIELDER. He found an article written by Leora Townsend. pride that I add my commendation to that of General McMullen of Depot Supply interesting enough to drop her a fan letter. Another "Quiz Show" with cash for your conscientious and zealThe article was on the civilian cafe- prizes is scheduled to pack the ous efforts on this occasion. MORRIS BERMAN, Little theatre tonight when Speteria. For the benefit of employes who cial Services entertains for Hill Colonel, Air Corps, bemoan cafeteria food, Sgt. Mar- Field soldiers. Commanding. tin may be quoted as saying:, "I Sgt Dan Bailey and Pfc. Doug find I can eat a steak as tough as Gordon' are the Quiz Masters. A nails and never complain with or orchestra known as the .without gravy. I'd give anything Jam Group, made up of men from right now to have the opportunity the "Keep 'Em Flying" orchestra, of eating in the cafeteria if it was will add the combined production of their, melodious instruments to only a hot dog." left Hill Field last making the "Quiz Show" a suc'Bound . Sgt Martin ' summer and has been overseas for cess. . C "On I , The following letterfrom MaJ. Gen. Clements McMullen, chief of the Maintenance Division, ASC, commending the personnel of this Installation on the success of the maintenance confer- sissy ' n HiU Field iii mumiiyiHn - 'Siring Low, Sweet Chariot . Gen.McMullen Commends Wednesday wju&v&ifHwi&iiiiMisi jA0fljflasHBsasssasiiiSBisasasasaBesi w i i '" - ?i( V-M- f ' ' - ; 'A' n I 'f' . five-pie- ce : PROMOTION. . . First Lieut Fred I Harris, Jr., Base Tethnid Inspector, was raised to the rank of can tain, effective Satoniji August U Announcement of the appointment was not made bun until August 26, and in honor of the occasion, members of the iw ' of Base Technical Inspection staged a celebration. Affecting both military and civil ians at Hill, Field, "round robins," a form of composite letter signed by several people inviting reply in the same form, has come under the ban of the War Department, post headquarters has announced. The custom, the War Department says in a directive dated May 27, arose from innocent motives but has become a security haaard in that it provides a plausible front for compiling military information in this country and overseas. It has been a standing War De partment warning that military per sonnel are not to correspond with persons unknown to them. Y i f " AreBannedByWD a To Take Nuptial Vows r 1 Robins' to Be Forbidden as Danger to Security ' - Composite Letters ' .4y LDS Group Invites Out-of-Tow- n Weds at L. D. S. Temple ) mm. A','wmm. - A"''"' 'ft '4f "to. Girls Tomorrow night the LJD.S. In stitute will hold . open house at tne institute's quarters, 555 24th street, in Ogden, from 8 o'clock p.m. unui iu:hj p.m. Mrs. A. G, Beers, of Oeden. will be in chat-ire- . The affair will be sponsored by the' Ogden Stake L.D.S. Mutual, for working girls, especially those irom.ouc oi town. Tni week a fashion display of fall clothes will be shown. Refreshments will be Wmi. X served. JJTfinSTiTSSf80?for. WEm,,,oyed Miami, Fuv, iSSHS? Army Air Corp JSLJr Mis. ,n th Operations offloe to join her protpectlve MlamlVher. jm,, the daughter f Mr. and Mn.aU. Each Thursday open house will be held at the same time and place under a different sponsor ana a new program will be arranged for each night An invitation la ttnrii tn ti working girls . and in particular w mow gins wno are employed In this area, but whose bom to away from this locality. CJ Miss DONNA BURRIE . . . Became the bride of Don A. August 16 in the Salt Lake City L.D.S. temple. Following fnony, the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Burrie of "TJJ Idaho, entertained at dinner la honor of the couple in the t Room of the Hotel Utah. The to twsistant chief bridegnom a InatMWtaP aft MIU H.LL TV. Ka RobUU Sf zk ui.. eursoa avenue .