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|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
by Sansone ito HowoiiJ AU Division ) mm ATOooSfeo Applying For Insurance September 1944 13, Boons for Sparkplug Unit Applications Now Available at Three Locations i: l Applications for group hospital ization insurance are being received from all divisions "on the field, Wesley E. King, representative of the Business Men's Assurance Company of America, .announced yesterday. Mr. King has been here more than a week explaining the plan to OASC employes. His extension is 8211. Applications may be made and premiums paid at any of the following locatipns: First Security Jill S 4 " V s . bank branch (adjacent to ); recreation hall in dormitories; Sahara Village. policies will be delivered at OASC about three weeks from date of application. Receipt for nrst payment is all that Is necessary to obtain benefits. King stated. If husband and wife are both employed here, separate applicainsurtions for hospital-surgicance should be made. Benefits are larger for an employe than for a dependent spouse, but cost is the same. Dependent children may be included in either application. Rate is 50 cents per month for all chil- I " - , ' s " clock-house- whatever you like for Do 60th Chooses the next hour, orderly." ; Pin-u- p Queen Week in Close Contest mis aviation squadron has 4. girl contest with win- ts announceu uua . Service club. Beautiful and The 460th B a pin-u- p 1 First and Second Enable Mrs. Willamay Hindrew, fe of Cpl. Quentin Hindrew of 460th aviation squadron, came with the first prize, with a Ethel Kay Weaver aa a close iond. W husband whose Hindrew, the 460th aviation squadron W for the Hillf ielder, hails from Bronx, New York, is twenty- -' years of age, and works around r of OASC. f north plantEthel Ray Weaver Pretty Miss itea . jrT- lbered as the attractive soioisi tings with the Liberators sex- contest were First Marshall O. Seay. First geant Thaddous Cook and Pfc jPichard. Wit - itside Work o: W';' rnnatmptinn rtn tTiA nam at repair addition, 100 by 300 was compietea auring me few weeks and occupancy will f Facilities Available At Civilian begin in 30 days, Byron .xiSdd, general superintend-tai- d yesterday. Ietrwith six rows of new MBt lights running the of the structure, mod-Tr- st rooms, including showers, .3 and capacious wash ba-mssurization and Vthe new annex willlunch house 3 accessory ' repair stations, rSeld said. LJ en-is- th : ft: from the JWs winter steam heat will the gas unit Rest rooms about 150 lockers. f north end will be placed C?.r magneto, harness and rniug repair units. In the - a cen-ikS- Lt well-stock- TS011- - local Is. room will ed The Iuich nd will contain 8Pac to accommo- - J?.8??111 if , e ciijpioyes. -- KSKMv rie Chief aZ. "u ffiJW "ervice . iin oeptemoer z at the 837th Denver, coio. y state ballot were distributed to all OASC military personnel by Au'A gust V25. In some cases the ballot mav iwnm tn before an officer. MaJ. Renfro stated, but several states require a notary s jurat. Military personnel were cau-or to make sure whether tioned Weaver Ethel Ray not such jurat was necessary before mailing in their ballots. . . . Chief Ava NIFT.HF.N of of unit E, and Mr. Max Bishop maintenance division are scheduled specialized depot visit the 836th to . 1I TUOf this v" in inaianapoiw. - niimnSff WEDNESDAY the problems visit is to present September 13 so that command existing at this "Atlantic City" smoother supply ytem ltwjBii Constance Moore specialized the and classes the Brad Taylor will exist Paul Whiteman and Orcn. r THURSDAY-FRIDA- with 1pm- r or iiisMiiivt, JlowT morales .'mportant 160 to 155 degrees SraSres oor-to 10 Major up i to Jv Samorme' drawing interest the movie actor If takes move out of men'to 3lu?ltba11 star at UCLA (Los the get now In of vul, Persian 5Vibuilon tn charge atitJan,d' Maj. Jones is in 1 J -- boys Will iriorThVher whereof he fWUM M Ml -- "".her! not any tfiey watch a p ' h'n! Jones. b too, uthorlty, ? pi,s Gulf Command from the movies. n""J" next to adds, and that he believes, 'Object to extreme." of most unpori y'an V . : 1 i'?it" 1 J f - I- Ac. m - : ililill ', 4 1 ' BUFFING MACHINE . , . This machine will cut sparkplug buffing time more than 75 per cent. It was designed and bum oy urson Cooper, standing above, for the sparkplug ladies on his own time. Maintenance Employes Build Machines Two manufacture and repair section workers at OASC recently made important contributions to the job of this installation when each designed and built a labor- saving machine lor tne sparapiug unit. Orenn Conner. sheet metal worker-,- made a buffer machine that will buff a tray 01 plugs in seven minutes, whereas before it required 30 minutes. One em can operate it. ploye Winfnrd "Ppnnv" Tnvlor. sheet of metal employe and macnine Cooper, bum a swaDDer n surah nlnffa with ctaanlnff fluid. This device will be placed in operation at an early date and is exspeed up this particular pected tosnnrknlnff renair. Mrs. El- nhau rf lice Pigeau, who supervises one of tne very lew aepart- ments in maintenance, assenea. The men designed and construct- A tho machine Hurlnff their spare time and did the work en- co-wor- mm axi-wom- en m .9 Worker Gets Word Of Son's Death - Word was received last week by Mary C. Bennion, OASC employe, of the death of her son. Ensign Harold Clark Bennion, 29, previously reported missing in action when his ship was sunk by an aerial torpedo near Guadalcanal. Mrs. Bennion is employed as a janitress in the OASC headquarters building. Ensign Bennion was listed as killed August 13, 1943. She has been working here since September, 1942. tirely of their own volition. Cooper lives in Layton, has been employed here since December, 1941. Taylor's home is in Ogden. He has been at OASC since February, 1942. Fun and Merriment , BSBSMcSMilBSSBWSMMBMBlMlSWaiSS jJSSBBSBSBBBMBSBI Post Movies Dust Storms Are Unable "0 Keep GIs From Movies know A w ven JmT0" In Instances where state absentee ballots require a notary public's jurat such facilities may be obtained at the employe rela-in- in the civilian nerhranph nAvawB sonnel building, Major Robert R. Renfro, voting oiticer, saia yesier- day-Postcards to use in securing the ni V .Prization of the building elanlnate dust out- - i.n Personnel Section '.VS.; Jy ( Absentee Ballots May Need Jurat mm ride SWABBING MACHINE . . . Above, Wlnford "Penny" Taylor, sheet metal worker, manufactnrer and renair section, cheeks operation or the sparkplug swabbing machine he developed for the department . on his own time. per $1,000 of insurance with double indemnity for paid transportation accidents. Same policy may be purchased for wife, husband and children up to $5,000 each. Output-Boostin- g Willamay Hindrew Annex Finished dren. Payments may be made in advance for three, six or 12 months at no change in rate. An employe may leave OASC at any time after filing an application and paying premium for one month and the policy will continue in force just the same. This includes workers going to Hawaii or elsewhere. The policy covers hospitalization benefits for all sickness and all accidents except those compensated for by workmen's compensation in accident cases. and Policy pays $30 for maternity cases two months after date of policy. There is no waiting period for other benefits for all who apply before September 16. Policy pays for tonsilitis operations $35 for an employe and $20 for each dependent. Any worker may buy accident insurance for 25 cents per month X-ra- ys I been employed at the manufac-Hn- g sheet metal department, )SC, for the past sixteen months. home is in Texas wnere buc it to college. She may be re- Judges In the al I' 'Ut i Y September 14-"Bride by Mistake" Laraine Day Alan Marshal Marsha Hunt ''' s ' , ' '' a 15 , ' r SATURDAY September 1 "Maisie Goes to Reno Ann Sothern John Hodiak Ava Gardner Y SUNDAY-MONDA- September 8 "Arsenic and Old Lace" Cary Grant Priscilla Lane Raymond Massey Peter Loire 17-1- TUESDAY-WEDNESDA- Y . " Stf:u: , ' 1 A I , f r ' ' , Ft'-'-- fty ' ty r,y' ? - ; I , V syxcocw:-:x-xo.x!'':'- 8 September Wildcat'' "Gypsy Maria Montez Jon Hall Leo Carrillo , 19-2- REIGNED SUPREME . . . When the 2nd Depot Unit took ever the facilities of Ogden's downtown Wasatch Club last Friday night. It was squadron affair, with each nan bringing his own queen ef the arty. A few ef the M attending eoaples are shewn above, from left te tight, Shirley Bailey, Sgt. Jack Powers, Sgt John Macvaaa, Fajre El ten, Hope Nelsea and Cpl. Janes Bledsee.