|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
oks for Hill Fielde rs f New LibrKv i JJ1 sdnesday October Upen to AH Personnel JliUJU 13, 1943 Marriage Is Announced Over 1000 Books Are Ready; Soon Augmented wVWin aBe recreation library, , hniiriir. nlisted men's barracks area and ,iUOO me street from the new 1 -v- J ? jsO 1 Vs-Jip- A 18 now - available for use iT by officers, enlisted men and civilian war workers. About l.OOO f lntS.hr., , i uwiu naj $ 0 lllllllllill taiilllli 150 with paper binding, about two- "" wmcn are fiction, have .. been dnnto1 fi 1:1 V Victory Book campaign, according A linn ... A nuM; iviuviain, librarian. The library will soon be augmented by "" ,l ST ... At the recently opened base recreation formerly of the Special Services office. er 1000 books already available to all Hill Field personnel k m more coming, the new library is becoming a favorite spot for relaxation. t9 newlv nurchaso1 knnk. Service Command funds and o,vw more irom the Victory Book campaign, Miss McClain said. At present, library hours are from 2 to 10 p. m., but it is that WACs will be as assistant librarians assigned an that longer hours can be maintained. in the selection of books stress was placed on recreational rather than technical volumes, and are many best sellers, biographies, westerns, mysteries, travel, and adventure stories. Magazines are also available. Miss McClain, who formerly worked in the Special Services office has had three years experience as librarian at the Western State college in Colorado. 1,500 t IJSEARIAN k Alice McClain, i . Bead: An Axis Friend " "'" " ed ed , Second Elephant Ti" -- ;r Train in Service - Expect Twenty Ready for Winter Season , Of Fire Prevention week at Hill Field was this mock nl parade in honor of "Careless fires" an axis friend, the hMription tells us. The parade is here shown before the fire rjp ,"4 aepanment nuiiaing. A second elephant train was completed yesterday by the post schools welding shop and put in service to do its bit toward easing the That Refreshing Moment Recently married In Salt Lake City were Cpl. Jack Hyde, 93rd Supply squadron, Hill Field, and Ellen Anderson, formerly of Los . Angeles. Cpl. Hyde trained with the Royal Canadian Air Force from October, 1941, to May, 1942. Prior to this he waa employed in Hollywood by MGM and Warner Bros. He ap peared in MGM's "Mortal Storm" and "Comrade X;" in Warner Bros. "Sante Fe Trail" and "Captain of the Clouds."' . The couple met In Hollywood where Miss Anderson was under contract to MGM. Base Hospital Canteen transportation problem on this base. The first was completed several weeks ago. .The maintenance training department of the schools has been assigned to build 20 of the vehicles. Gene Larsen, supervisor of maintenance training and in charge of building the elephant trains, stated yesterday that a third train is in the woodwork shop awaiting only a floor to be complete. A fourth is 70 per cent ready and a . fifth, 20 per cent. Every effort have is being made to all 20 placed into service by the time cold weather sets in. The elephant trains will be enclosed with canvas and, according to Mr. Larsen, will be much improved l KKIOD ... Is a welcome ism time for the Conlon sisters. Mary, right, are twins. Catherine is in the center. The come from St Paul, Minn, where a recruiting drive more Hill Field workers is now being held. Teresa, ' wouir over last year's models. Lt. Col. Edward M. Lee, chief of Ordnance section, is responsible for the automotive material and technical assistance needed on the recently-forme- d project Col. Lee heads thecommittee. transportation fatllington Terrace Community Building Underway I IX 1 ... At the Station hospital is this canteen for the NEW FEATURE business and la patients. Open most of the day, lt does a voted a great favorite with the boys. land-offi- ce s Program For Convalescents Success Station-Hospita- mmm. IP l' A recreation and conditioning program for convalescent patients has been instituted at the Hill Field Station hospital in a move to decrease hospital readmission and to increase the effectiveness of soldiers returning to duty. The program has met with marked success, according to Lieutenant R. R. Willahan, officer in charge, and has been greeted enthusiastically by the hospitalized men who are eager for means to occupy the day. rii' libit Patients are offered about 15 ii-. I rtt'j.n, 1. 1 - hi Ci ; s?.Nsm fo,mder ehlldTZTTa - "Wf win , imiimvm br a n" "grwtlonsi "S,. haildinr will community kitchen serre at the seat f Was&taitM Terrace new. '"HuTrd employes. f brings. ::::,-- : .: hours of training a week, which is administered by Lt Willahan, and his assistant, Cpl. Joseph Urm-sto- n of the Medical detachment. The recreational aspect is implemovies, mented by feature-lengt- h shown in the Medical detachment day room, and by a mobile library of some 300 volumes that visits the wards daily. The movies are obtained from the Red Cross. In addition, a hospital canteen is maintained,, where the patients can purchase toilet articles, confections, jungle warfare, attack aviation, camouflage, and associated topics. Occasionally, men with actual combat experience are available for informal talks, and through these first-han- d accounts the patients are given invaluable information about situations they may some day face. Completing the present program Is a daily period of graduated progressive physical training designed to put the men into such physical condition that will enable-the- and other sundries. to rejoin their organizations Probably the most significant without ill effects. part of the training program at present is the aircraft identification New Arrivals class. Held In the Medical detachCapt Raymond. ment day room, this instruction Is D. Waldman and Lt Marion R. illustrated by silhouette models of Reilly have reported for duty at modern combat planet - of every Hill Field during the past week. Both will be with OASC headquarnation. per Fifty In addition, there art lectures on ters in tbe supply division. .