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|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
r Harold Harner Wllburn Wright 7V1P I 117. Suggestion Winners Announced Cash Grants Men on the field who have been sweating out the "Battle of Hill Field," were overjoyed this week, following an announcement by the War Department last week that of the Army will be overseas by the end of the year. At the end of 1944, approximately 5,000,000 more men will be added to the present number already serving abroad. Many administrative troops will be reassigned. The War Department has ordered that physically qualified enlisted men who have served more than 12 months at fixed stations or in overhead activities in the United States shall be reassigned to mobile activities units destined for overseas service. Enlisted nen under 30 will be reassigned first, according to their length of service in the states. Next, those over 30 will be assigned similarly in order of age, the youngest Hill Field employes were chosen this week by the field's suggestion committee to receive cash awards Thirty-si- x for suggestions resulting in and labor, Don of the committee, disclosed yesterday. The awards will be made at the next key civilian personnel meeting, said Johnson. Cash grants to be given range from ten to seventy-fiv-e the saving of time Johnson, chairman . dollars. winners a lifting for, snow plows; Wilfourn for improved technique in oil holes and grooves in rank shafts;. Carl I Cobia for a procedure for pasting rocker box over gaskets; Rex L. Layton, new type lapping head for Barnsdall lapping machine; Stephen J. Lantz, tool for taking distributor rotor screws; device Wright, leaning Parker M. Pratt, hand-operate- d, tapered reamer to remove ridge raised on one side of Link rod bushings when rolling or spinning; Fred Hennefer and V. E. Heninger, Another USO Show to ds Meet to Form New lain. pre- - organization formerly was known as the Service Men's Christian league, but has now been expanded to include members of the Women's Army Corps as well. A cordial invitation is extended to military personnel to participate in this organization, which offers excellent opportunities to further the ideals of church life while in the service. This I. Bought In Iran, Sold Here the leads from the B B. dyna-otfrom shorting to grid; George D. Moyes, bolt threading nchine made entirely from saparts; John R. BeOo, Samuel iled B. Austin, Orval J. Haghmd, or cal washing machine for . 'y ning miscellaneous bolts, of condemned and salvaged uts; Byron O. Crittenden, use of PJano wire to hold a conduit clamp ea wnue bolt is Inserted and en-"r- gntened; & 'v ' ; 4 - a i - Virv ' y r ' , ; : :?'; - wiaries p. Stager, attachment for Hflng tool used in wood turning; "joe Spencer, new method of engine cowl flap jacks on 7 and airplanes; Dee E. Urwn, method of checking control urface rigging which is faster and "ore accurate than former meth-M- s; pBtti i,, 0rayf die for machine rotting of felt for cushioning teie- Dattery support; Warren Hansen, modification of ""all arbor press used for "a replacing ball ends removing on Pratt Whitney push rods; Delbert R. "We, suggestion that oil curculat " pumps be installed In slushing J" Vstems of engine test; Paul J. """wide, modification of K. D. fro Ring F1Ier; Jones, rjougia. 'or removing from paint wound i spar, -- !i : Jr: - " ' - "' , g Roy portable am. ui it. p. Davis, Einar HV Strand, "foot squeezer" atend Tor "?""ng a C. P. compression rlv- Arthur R. Rmllh mf al mmwm V.xhaust ports instead of wood; 351 r ovai er of condemned bossea of nozzle boxes; Maurice L sup-Sarg- double pole, "nian, '"en for double throw reversing tachometer T vo'tage coming Into indicator; . Raymond E. extension bracket tor tech-2Ltt- er jj Edward A. Hedlund - AM ' - x LiUQllimum J ml ;i; ' li 1 v - Ik Q A 1 J SI rs; Gif-fo- rd Orval J. Haglund Late This Month I THa Introduction of tokens in the food rationing system is scheduled to begin on Feb. 27, iora acnur, ration unit supervisor, said last She said that under the new plan all meat, fats, and processed food ration atamna. regardless of the number printed on them, will be worth ten points eacn. The new ration toxens win oe iuaH iu MchanM" due customers out of ration stamps surrendered. Such token "change", ahe explained, may be spent at any time. Trie token are siignxiy imauer than a dime and come in two colors red for meat and fats, and bin for nroceased foods. Each tok en, red or blue, has a value of one ration point Tnaimuon as thev have no ex piration date, tokens may be spent at any time, sne pointed ouu fltamna will, under the new sys tem of tokens, become valid on a basis beginning witn horizontal B-C-A-etc., ratner wian me nrMfnt vertical basis. This, she continued, will eliminate the numeral value of 8, 5, 2 and 1, and will educate the housewife t th fact that desDite the num the on the ber now printed . . stamps, ..- . I stamps wui oe worm ien pomu Tn to addition this change. Men. the validity period of both the blue and red stamps win De lengtnenea 8, C-8- r. Pratt a n George Moyea . In-ili- ng 4 acro-dance- M. n OPA to Introduce Token System . terminal blocks to Top Magician Christian League en vent Features inducted men with physical handicaps, and enlisted men with less than 12 months' service at fixed installations at home. Readjustments likewise will affect officers. There are many officers over 38 for whom no suitable assignments are available or in prospect either at home or abroad, their past duties having been concluded or eliminated. Those who cannot be profitable reassigned will be relieved from active duty. Officers over 38 whose retention is not essential may request relief "cap doffer? for removing caps torn protek plugs; cylinder; Everette H. Meade, Alfred S. Taylor, "rivet cutter of all ice machines of conversion which cuts lour sizes of stock into cooled condensing unit type to any of ten different lengths Carl air F. Kraft, addition of 26" metal top combination air and water cooled and gage added to combination condensing unit; Parker M. Pratt, trimming tool ross cut and rip saw used in wood edges from Kill shop; DeLisle C Vborhees, for clearing Tagged Paul jig for Gray, bushings; magneto cam holding tool for use manufacture of various sizes of fa removing end Amerireplacing Edward A. Hedlund, dial can Bosch magnetos; Ctareoee Sim- -, corks; for checking stretch on masgage extension of the dwell con- ter rod bolts. trol on Barnsdall hones; Mendel KaskewitB, Parker Another USO camp show, "Dim the Lights," comes to Hill Field's Little theatre Saturday night, Feb. lOJt s a musical review, complete with songs, dancing and comedy and built around one of the finest magic acts in the business. "Dim the Lights" is absolutely free to service men and women and will begin at 8 p.m., when the Great Lester begins his mystifying from active duty under the new feats of magic. policy. Officers commissioned in The master magician Is a stuthe national guard, officers' re- dent of oriental magic and the serve or army of the United States, equipment he carries for this camp will return to inactive status when show is elaborate. Which adjective recommended for relief, and tem- might be applied to his lovely asporary appointments held by these sistant, Diane Rivers, as well. officers in the army of the United An able specialty performer of States will be retained. Officers musical comedy experience handles placed on inactive status will be the rhythm dancing in the hit prosubject to recal if their services duction and a well known radio first. Men who have served over- are required by changed military team does the singing. seas since December 1, 1941, will needs. Performers in the review which comes to Hill Field with reams of be exempted from reassignment, as advance well as men who possess highly publicity from other camps are: The Hoffard Sisters, specialized skills which cannot be Romentta Barnette, utilized fully overseas. singer; Vicki Valli, dancer; Replacements for reassigned enand Pearl, comedy act; and listed men, when necessary, will be Dick Frost, pianist and musical taken first from civilian employes, An organizational meeting for conductor. next from among WAOs, and then men and women to form in order from men permanently dis- service unit of a the Service Men's and qualified for overseas service, men Women's Christian league will be who have served overseas, recently held next Monday night, Feb. 14, at 7 p.m. in the chapel annex, it use on flats; Harold Harmer and was announced this week by ChapDonald F. Aust, device for remov-froz- lain Karl A. Tubesing, OASC chaptwo-thir- The latest suggestion are: George D. Moves, for R. Bello EM in Country Over 12 Months Play Here Slated for Overseas Activity 'Dim the Lights' Win : John Wednesday February 9, 1944 'fTTinr 36 Employes . Arthur R. Smith - 'A " y "' 7 i - 8, 8, A ! 1,, Music Contest Open To Enlisted Men Two prizes of $1000 each were recently announced by the ChamAlford Taylor ber Music Guild, Inc., of Washing' ton, D. C, for the best composiLeaves s. . Alfred Glende, class tions for a string quartet. 03-awardOne of the prizes will be supervisor, resigned his poto ed for the best composition sub- sition here last week to report ' He has Marines. Merchant the of citizen mitted a the republics by clock out of his barracks bag t. TJ111 irt-- IJ U M .Inn. Cpl. William Reeder base post fthe p.kAri if there were any pros of Latin America and the other .ni 1942. the for the best submitted by a citizen April, proud pective purchasers. office clerk, today Is e the United States or Canada. it in Iran for $1.25 ofThe T bought need possessor of an American-madcontest closes at midnight, Ree. Movie Tonight he it anymore," I don't and in iran. alarm clock purchased Movie for Wednesday night in 1944. Address entries to: 31, Reeder May listeners. d wide-eyehis east wing rec hall is "The Desthe Inc. Music The Chamber of It happened likebomber from tne told Guild, rush in the crushed was nearly a technicolor film. That's N. When a heavy 1604 K Street. W. perados," Washington. r i here- a few Gls but got the slumber:breaker VW Feb. 9. i V. iuyF- -- . nudum, tonight, 9, one "buck," for days ago, a crew member pulled A ..A thi: -- f 'm . ..........