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ftmkam GonvalesceiivCeeter UiffidJr OASC Mar- - reminder Just making over 4 a v year - and single $3500 workers - earning: over $2700 ;rft 1, . .'. 'ti nn ' ried" employes " - ' :. ' - - - 7 X111MUU must file "a ".declaration ot estimated 1944 income by this Saturday, April 16V, I - IFormer Tech School In Change Vol. No. 49 I '' T Ogden Air Service Command. Hill Field, Utah i Wednesday, rThirtv Awarded Primps For Winning Suggestions Thirty suggestions made by civilian- - employes netted JDgden Air Service Command nearly $54,000 in estimated ; otal savings, it was announced this week by Don Johnson, executive secretary of the civilian personnel suggestions ; ' ; ; . Employes who made the sugges- -. which included in many eases the actual design and con- -: etruction of time- - and labor-savin- g gadgets and devices for improved operation, were awarded cash awards totaling $1245 by the com- -: Stittee. One civilian worker, Glen E. Sorter of engine repair, was re--r sponsible for two of the. prize-wi- a f""1 T)A..4-n- jAniwnnJ tool for installing counterweight and other bushings in : engines in the same series, and also a tool for alignment of articu-- lating rod bushings. Also included in the group of suggestions winners for this month are Boas A. Clabaugh and Arlie A. , Benton, whose waterproofing proc- ess for mercerized cotton to use ' for airplane covers was widely , publicized .throughout Air Service I Command several weeks ago. Cla- baugh is in the area activities branch of supply and Benton is in accessories and miscellaneous section of maintenance, r Other winenrs and. their award-,- announced winning suggestions - this week: : Robert S." branch eleven, ' -supply for' Adams, of- special suggestions 11 4.2 receptacles lor couecuon ot mciai bands on all docks. Thomas B. A dam son, plant . maintenance; supply for an im--: proved floor polisher. Ira W. Baldwin, engine repair, maintenance for a method of ' splines of propellor - protecting shafts when being moved from build-u- p department to test block. Edward A. Bender, accessories and miscellaneous repair section, maintenance for a tester for elec- -. tricaly heated shoes and other g clothes. Eve R. Felvish, electrical branch, maintenance for improved lighting over buffing and gapping machines in spark plug unit, Edward A Hedlund, engine re- wcuon, maintenance ior a polishing device for tappets which not only speeds production but saves a considerable number of tappets. Harold A. sheet metal branch,Henderson, maintenance for a method of inserting rubber grom-met- s. Saves both time and ma- - - re-"p- air . . 1 1 1 - M M fly-la- terial John I Hodges, typewriter oo Pace serr-iCoaUa- Two) Nuthin', Not Even a Drive, Editors Betoail JVo UIU Field editors serateiied their eaos in eensternatfon this week MaJ. Gen. D. XI. Dunton Traveling by plane Major General Delmar H. Dunton, deputy commander of the Air Service Command, arrived here late yesterday. Gen. Dunton, who was greeted by Col. Paul W. Wolf, acting commander in the absence of Brig. Geen. Morris Berman, commanding general, said he would confer with OASC officials to bring about still greater coordination for supply and maintenance of the Army Air Forces. Orientation Show In Policy Change Unit Commanding Officers to. Assume Charge The military orientation program which for the past several month has been capably handled and presented by special service section under the direction of Lt Sylvia Kornit, has undergone a radical change which finds the organisation commanding officers asumlng responsibility for the presentations since last week. The new type of organisation-sponsore- d sessions will put the emphasis on reviews of the war news and will also Introduce topics of allied interest to all personnel. A close and harmonious relationship between officers and enlisted men will be- taught as well in the classes. The schedule of classes will be left to the discretion of the various squadron commanders. . deadline same and went: la this of all weeks there a swale drive to be found n all of CU1 Field, not one n. Veterans of the sheet could not a parallel condition. This eek there Is no official recruitered drive, no war bond drive, no Cross drive, no drive, no nuaunv rvo iuna anve nosafety .The editors earnestly solicit the Ilill Jills Cycle Friday, Indulgence of their many readers Meet Ogden USO auring this unusual lull and prom-M-e to dig up of the even if First Hill Jill "'a a drive for something, lettuce on cafeteria spring season will be held this andwlches. Friday, April 14, in the form of a T. Raymond Bair Recovering bicycling excursion to various Assistant chief supervisor Ray- points of interest in Ogden and mond T. Bair of branch three, HiH Jill members are division, is recovering from vicinity. meet at the to asupply asked Ogden 24th recent operation for Street USO at six p. mas are "at notunusual eem-feig- Lt Col. Ernest E. Exon More Hill Fieders and their fam Lt. Col. Ernest E. Exon, OASC ilies are encouraged to sign up for supply division control officer, was to be transferred last week to the- victory talent parade neld at the Egyptian Theatre in Anza, Arlington, California. Camp Ogden starting Wednesday, April Col. Exon was assigned to this 26th. from the supply division at station Entry blanks have been coming Sacramento air service command in to the recreation unit, but it is early last month. He is a World felt that there are many more Hill War I veteran and was formerly Fielders and members of their assistant to . the vice president of families who could win these large the New York Central railroad. He was transferred to the air prizes being given by the Egyptian Theatre. All who have talent in corps as chief of transportation for music, singing, dancing, dramatics, ASC headquarters and reported for etc., are urged to come in and fill at Dayton, Ohio, June 7, 1942, out an entry blank in the recrea- duty where' he established a new trans tion office. portation section, serving at that Entry blanks will be available in post until his transfer in August, the recreation offices of the four 1943, to Sacramento. local military installations, the In World War I he was awarded Egyptian Theatre, the Ogden USO, the Purple Heart, four stars, the the Ogden City Recreation office Order of St Mihiel, Allied Service and the F. H. A. projects. They Order, Order of Military Engineers, must be filled out and returned on Asiatic, Alaskan. or before Fdayr Aprils 14th, Unless approved otherwise by the entertainment committee, all acts will be limited to a maximum of 5 minutes. Auditions will be held Tuesday, April 18th,. at 7:30 p. m. and Sunday, April 23rd, at 2.00 p. m., at which time the acts will be either accepted or rejected. .Rehearsas will be held the night before each The accumulation of annual and performance. Three prizes will be awarded at each session, the first sick leave under the new locality prize being a $25 war bond, second prize $10 in war stamps and the wage system recently initiated at third prize $5 in stamps. At the Hill Field Will remain unchanged, end of the series of shows all winS. C. Campbell, OASC civilners will be invited back to a Major ian officer, disclosed this personnel grand finale at which a grand prize week. be will war bond $50 of a presented to the first place winner, a $25 He said, however, that it would war bond to the second place win be charged differently than here ner and $10 in war stamps to the tofore. The one change is that no third place winner. The committee consists of the leave, annual, sick or emergency, following members of the Ogden may be charged on the overtime Council: day, which Is the sixth work day in Recreation Industrial Chairman, Bill Fraxer, Hill Field; the administrative work week. Mr. Nielson, Ogden Arjenal; Iris Under the new arrangement the Lilywhite, F. H. A. projects; Gordon Woods, Naval Supply Depot; administrative work week has been Dale Anderson, U. 8. A. F. Depot; changed from Sunday through Sat Roy Goates, Ogden City; Everett urday, to Monday through Sunday. Whitney. USO; Ruth Anderson, Hill Field, and Charles Morehead, Thus, Saturday will always be the manager of the Egyptian theatre. overtime day, except when it is the day off m which case Sunday will vilian, presently assigned there, including the 506th AAF band will be transferred to the ASC and thence to this command. The school was formerly a part of the AAF Training Command. As part of the switch OASC will establish the 4028th AAF base unit (Convalescent Center) . and the 4916th AAF base unit (Aviation Squadron) at the newly acquired station, Major Bruno said. - n- ..4.a. If i jurisdiction School, Fort Logan, Denver, Colorado, on April 15, Major Thaddeus B. Bruno, chief of military training and operations section, disclosed this week. He said that in accordance with information received from ASC headquarters, station complement personnel, both military and ci- War Worker Acts Slated for April 26 Debut Confers Here . 1 , The Ogden Air Service Command will assume command of the Army Technical Entries Needed for Talent Show fomnuttee. Bona, Jurisdiction Shift Due On April 15 1944 Transfers Estimate $54,000 OASC Economy as Result of Time, Labor Saving Ideas More ; 12, April Leave uiang e in Charge Locality Plan Of ficeApplianceSection Adds New Swing Shift next . be day. If the first Ave work days are charced as annual or sick leave, April Id, time and one-ha- lf msy be earned Sunday, Beginning the office appliance service sec- on the overtime day providedsaid.it tion, formerly called the typewrit- is worked, Major is Campbell taken off in er aervice section, will "operate a If the overtime either an AWOL or an excused abswing shift, daily except Saturday sence status, such employe will lose as an added service to Hill Field time and offices. one-ha- lf pay lor that day. ConductMedal Awards Due EM of 4135th 300 Receive Award As Five Get Driver's Bars At a special retreat formation this coming Thursday, 300 men of the 4135th AAF Base Unit will receive the Good Conduct medal and four enlisted men and one officer are to be awarded motor vehicle driver and mechanic bars. The men who will receive driving and mechanic awards who are assigned to the ordnance section of the organizationare as follows: MSgt. Herman L. Wuethrich, Sgt. Raymond York, Cpl. William E. Jones and Pfc. Kenneth H. Under wood. Luke J. Martin, 4135th Base adjutant, will receive one "driving bar" for excellence as a Lt. Unit wheeled vehicle driver in recognition of his three and a half year record of GI driving without an accident. Urge Hill Fielders End Jaywalking, Stay on Sidewalks Appealing to soldiers and civilalike to assist in efforts te beautify Hill Field's grounds, CM. Eugene Bayley, AAB Commanding Officer, yesterday voieed a hope that careless destruction of grass, shrubbery and seeded areas weald stop now that sidewalks are ne longer covered with snow. CoL Bayley explained that wltk and crossings adequate sidewalks on Hill Field, "corner-cuttin- g and "jaywalking" can be eliminated and with the cooperation ef all per sonnel en the field, the area eaa be beautified and unnecessary eidents doe to walking la streets cut te m minimum. Soldiers in marching formatiea will ef course continue te use the streets but at all ether times keep to designated lanes for pedestrians. ian These Boys Rate Their Medals "1 ' f - s t If 1 f w n, n XV V r V-- J ,' at get-togeth- er i t RECEIVED , . . Good Conduct medals In n MEN 4912th AAF Base Unit (Aviation Squadron) the last Wednesday. Some of those in the formation are pictured above. Front row, left te right: 8. II. Alexander, Jr., C O. White, B. J. Herring, O'Neal Bean, R. B. Washington, T. Payne, O. DowdeU, D left to right! Ferguson, E. O. flosklns; middle L.row, M. W. H. Jr., Perryt I. Hunter, LaPoint, Horton, 8 W. Dupree, S. W. Brown, R. Price, W. L. Howell; back row, left to right: A. I Harris, J. E. Harris, O. A. Porter, C. V. Washington, E. Houston, R. D. Taborn, E. J. Ennells. C. . v.