|Hill Air Force Base Newspapers
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|Hill Air Force Base Newspapers
- v . fML pacta! Sarvteaa Major Carl 8. Editor ' Captala A. B. Wa peelaj UfermaUoa Of flaw, v: j'JNe- - Dmplaya Betatteae ' ,! -Men gar Major; Robert Renfro ;. . Editor Kvttmann .William T. Xgleheart ": Larry C Evana B.' Noa Prt Prt. Jean McCollum. Baaa Photo - .TBgu ' Augset Jtyland U. Thomajon Raportar Raportar porta Editor and Photographer , lw rba Hlllfielder ta pubiianad weekly la tna intereata of tha military and elvlliaa and Ogaen Air Sennee Command. Hill Field, paraonnel ol tna Air Baia. Of dan Air Depot Ogdan. dud, and ta diatnoutad fraa aacn Wednesday, r.it la printed witn tna faailittaa Tha tna Opiniona expreaeea and tnrougB Ogdea Standard-Examineeooparation of In Una papar ara tnoaa of tna individual writers and member of tba ataf t. and 4o not naoaaaarlly rafiaot tna attituda of tna army or of tna. commandingor offlear. It pubiuhed la requeued that actieiaa appearing in iu aommoa oa not without tna axpraaa aonient of tna Publie Relatione Offlea at Hill Plaid. Tna H1IV fielder raeatvaa raatanai auppiiad by Camp Nawapapar Service, War apartment, 205 Eaat a and street. M. t. O. Cradltad material may not be republlahed without parmiaaion from Camp Nawapapar Samoa. . 1 They Build Nursery Toys i On :J N ' V I. vv rTTStv t ) ). . -- Hill "Field Firemeii CDnstriict Toys for Nursery Children To aid the nursery training pro-- a gram in Davis and Weber counties, bout 20 Hill Field firemen in station number two have been devoting Part of their time for the past three weeks to building a quantity of educational toys for use in the kindergartens which are located at Verd eland Park, Sahara Village, Anchorage, Quincy school. Pioneer nursery and Washington Terrace. After getting permission to start ' the project from Capt N. R. Webber, provost marshal, the men bethe toys from gan constructing Inmlwp iinn1!Mfl kv iitlllilAa Among the devices are many form fcna.rrir .mri v.rln. .honi me nursery program is operated by the Ogden city and Davis county school boards. ffn - Quartermaster Is Attendance at orientation class will replace one hour period of perphysical training for enlisted said. memorandum the sonnel, Functions and areas of the activiHill Field will ties maintained at courses. . be included in the conducted by Classes will be They will apunit commanders. their organin men qualified point izations to foster squadron orientation, information and education ac. tivities. inThe curriculum will contain We formation films from the "Why on Fight" series and discussions war progress not only from mili tary standpoints but also irom economic and political aspects. To lessen confusion and long lines at the clockhouse, both entering and leaving the field, additional guard facilities have been furnished, Maj. S. C. Campbell, ancivilian personnel officer, nounced yesterday. Without the cooperation of the employes - themselves, he said, these lines and this confusion will continue. It is believed that if all employes would have their passes an4 badges plainly visible, and when leaving the field, would think ahead to have lunch pails, purses or other parcels ready for inspection by the guards, it would make waiting lines unnecessary.He said employe cooperation In this matter would be greatly appreciated. - Post Movies WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY-FRIDA- noriaa. Writing ability Is not necessary. it was stated. It's the thought that should be Col. Wallace H. Honnold, base counts. Contributions or written plainly. typewritten euartermaster. and Capt Robert T. and address of contribuGarnett salvage officer, left lai Names tors will be published unless sender week to visit Ft Logan, Colorado; indicates otherwise. Can Antonio and Oklahoma City Air Service Commands. They will be gone approximately 12 days. A separate Separate Phone Purpose of the trip is to study telephone for incoming emergency salvage procedures in operation at calls has been installed in the ofthose stations. During their ab- fice of the officer of the day. Callsence Lt Col. Covert Weymann. ers should ask the operator to conassistant base quartermaster, is nect them with the officer of the acting as base quartermaster and day "because of an emergency situ salvage officer. ation. July - W at P itL 6y Milton Caniff, Y , r 4 Raiders-P- at 13-1- "Marine O'Brien Ruth Hussey - SATURDAY 15 July Double Feature "A Night of Adventure" Tom Conway Audrey Long "Henry Aldrich's Little Secret" Jimmy Lydon Charlie Smith Joan Mortimer 8UNDAY-MONDA- July 1C-1- - - July lt "Secret Command" Pat O'Brien Carole Landis Chester Morris WEDNESDAY July 19 "Manpower" Edward G. Robinson Marlene Dietrich George Raft ' T". f.: . ISfeea,a4fil watch wrroi I m?rr I X- - X ' fy?v v I AND FOR A WEDDING, TOO . . . Staff Sgt Lloyd C. McClait, mess supervisor of the guard section of the 4135th AAF base nait, here puts the finishing touches on a wedding cake for his pal, tyl John Guidi. Cpl. Guidi was married recently to Pvt. Georgia A, Poncelot of the OASC WAC detachment. SSgt McClian knows hk cakes. He entered the army In 1942 and arrived at Hill Field after extensive courses in the army cooks and bakers' school. His hanoi work speaks for itself. . Discilss Underpass for South Gate, Patrolman Is Assigned Plans for the construction efa either an overpass or an under pass at the south gate in order Wil that residents of Sahara Village may be spared the hazrfrd of cross- aR A 17 n tat J ing through heavy traffic on their 5 way to work were being discussed A nrAtiniM this week by OASC intelligence and safety officials, meeting with members of the Utah State Road To stimulate competition amor Commission, Lieut. Col. Gordon V. various governmental agenek; the Holcomb, OASC intelligence officer, said yesterday. during the Fifth War Loan eu The plans, which are being for- paign, a limited number of vale warded as a result of an accident able trophies will be awarded t last week, in which ran OASC departments making outstandbv worker suffered head injuries sales records, Lt Charles P. Urn .when struck by an automobile, are war bond officer, announce, now being studied by Lieut Col. phy, A. W. Harris, OASC engineer, and this week. j Trophies will consist of Amef the state highway, engineer, Col. can e flown flags which have Holcomb said. the dome di the U. S. Capitol, ok As a result of recommendations the House Representatives, or made at the meeting, a highway the Senate ofand over the Supret patrolman was stationed at the in- Court of the U. S., he said. J tersection last Monday and will Agencies within the war depsrft continue to be there from seven ment not only will participate, to eight a. m. and from three-thirt- y entire department he explained,! y to p. m. every Tar as the civilian personnel day. 'J concerned. Col. Holcomb said he was un First prize will be the flag I able to state at this time when the capitol, second, the conf actual construction on the pro- - sional flag, and third, the flail poseu iacimy would begin. tne supreme court Famous Flags Wi nninnr four-thirt- . . . . Weekly Recreation Program 4:30 p.m. :30 p.m. rifla T:30 p.m. atkm WIDNBSDAT Rifla.elub matchaa, Ctrl Han Softball, Layton park. raaga. CAP m acting, K. W. Iteera- ball. S:O0 p.m. Hollar Skating party, Ogdaa Hollar rink. 8:15 p.iB. Baatball gatna, A fflack park, Ogdan. rantsoAT :30 p.m. :ao p.m. 7:30 p.m Oirli aoftban. Monroa park. Mrn'a aoftoall. Monroa park. Swlmboraa, . Wabar collaga gym. 3!TKVsJr5JS T - 1 CrTCxte itO J PSIDAV aoftball. Monroa afra'a aoftball, Monroe M 6:30 p.m. Softball, Lajrton park. am. :00- p.m. Qanarat 4aaea, K. W. 1 atkm ban. I BtBTDAV 1 :00 p.m. CarniTaU Dormitory arafc ; 2:00 p.m. Baaa ball game, Affleck :30 p.m. :30 p.m. 6:30 6:30 CHrU MONDAY p.m. p.m. V:30 n m SrOO p.m. J Softball, Layton park. -TUESDAY OlrU' aoftball, Monroa W Monraa fK.11 W.n'a Kf Brldga laaaona, Ogrira V Baacull daoea. K. w. J S:30 p.m. tlon balL Io A cftor of 'Tarry and tha Piratas Wtoo reiiiie t 'LA oho leo - W)) V60TTA WAV6 A : ;$, ' s - an 7 TUESDAY . - x Y "Christmas Holiday" Deanna Durbin Gene Kelly ... LC 12 July "Candlelight in Algeria" James Mason Carla Lehmann ar f.lalo Coll f X' , - the WAC. OASC military personnel, regardless of rank, were invited this week to contribute their ideas about the post-wworld and what they will expect from it for a com ing book tentatively entitled, G I. Joes about ;Commentaries World and What They expect of It' Interested Q. L Joes here should address their contributions, which may vary in length up to 1000 words, to CpL Louis J. Kwartler, Company "C", 212th 1TB, Camp jsiancung, Away on Tour ' vv A new orientation program 'for all OASC enlisted personnel was announced this week in an OASC headquarters memorandum. Purpose of the new training course will be to acquaint the AAT soldier with his personal role and responsibilities in this war. WAC enlisted personnel will participate in the program to an extent determined by policies and purposes of What Do G. I.'s Think About New World? I - i - ... lev ' 1 to End Long yS Hope Clockhouse Lines EDUCATIONAL TOTS Are In season the year round at nurser- lea. In order that children's classes at Sahara Villa e and elsewhere lack of necessary teachin the defense area should not suffer from ing; aids. Hill Field firemen are building-- a quantity of educational toys blocks, form boards and other types. Wood is scrap lumber furnished by utilities. Left to right: Alvin Lash, Capt V. P. Sheffield and V, R. Morgan. About 18 men at station number two are enraged In the project. Hunlpahel fv;fc Compulsory to All, Hill Field Enlisted Personnel Wednesday, July J 2. 1944 Utah Vv. to. Announced EDITORIAL SUPERVISION S0 : Program ! Hill Field, (Mutation Boy, Wotta Tilt t..