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Civilian Welfare Officials Dance, Floor Show Marks Reopening Of Hill KCO Club The Hill Top Times is an unofficial newspaper published by Wasatch Publishing Company In the interests of personnel at Hill Air Force Base. Editorial and news 'matter is available for general release. The Hill Top Times receives AFPS material. AFPS material appearing herein will not be reprinted without written permission of Armed Forces Press Service, 641 Washington Street, New York 14, New York. Opinions expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of the Air Force. Represented nationally by the W. B. Bradbury Co., 123 East 42nd Street, New York City. New York. Address all Ads to the Wasatch Publishing Co., P. O. Box 253 Ogden, Utah. Colonel Hankin New Comptroller Lt. Colonel Abraham L. Hankin An informal dance, an hour-lon- g floor show, and the giving away of $100 in door prizes will announce of the Hill Air Force the Officers' base Mess, tomorrow evening, according to Master Sergeant William Bell, r. Join Clearfield Jaycees Officers, Airmen, and civilian To haa been named Comptroller of the eight-stat- e Ogden Air Materiel Area workers at Hill Air Force base were with headquarters at Hill Air Force today invited to help organize a base. He succeeds Colonel Anton J. Clearfield Junior Chamber of ComTrummer who has been transferred merce, according to Bob Beadles, g who is the organto Wright-Patterso- n AFB, Ohio. A graduate of the University of ization. "It's a chance for Hillfielders livCalifornia at Berkley where he obtained a Master of Arts degree in ing in the Clearfield area to get Business and Public Administra- in on the ground floor and help tion, Colonel Hankin is now attending form a club to their own liking," a three-wee-k course in man- Beadles stated. Colonel Jerome Jackson, deputy power management at George Washington University at Washing- commanding general of Hill AFB, in commenting on the invitation ton, D. C. Upon completion of his school- today urged all Hillfielders residing at GWU he will take over the ing in the Clearfield area to join job of helping the Commanding with their fellow townsfolk and General of Hill Air Force base, help with the job of organizing the Brig. Gen. A. H. Gilkeson, main- Jaycees. "It's Air Force policy to encourtain close control and supervision over the use of finances and man- age all our personnelOfficer, Airmen, and Civilian to actively suppower of the important air base. port and participate in civic affairs," he said. PIN ACTION By Phil Biddle . at the And five-eigh- in Requirements Lowered For Aviation Cadets 7S-b- ed Cold Waves Scorpions Go Getters I I . headquarters. OBLIGING SUIT IN THE WORLD! Courier Cloth woven ing. servAnd last week the ice requirement for airmen was lifted, giving thousands of airmen, previously ineligible, a change to apply. Applications for aviation cadet training can be obtained at .the Hill Air Force base recruiting office, For further inBuilding formation call Lt. Charles F. Brake-bil- l, Won Lost 23 .22 .20 19 .18 18 17 -- Metal Maulers Skymasters Marauders Matadors Jolters Flyers Stat Services 16 15 14 , '. 12 11 .11 8 ., 9 10 12 13 41 14 15 16 17 E-33- Ext. tailored exclusively by Michaels-Ster- n 0. 572. Gerry: "I took the first step toward divorce yesterday." Berry: "What happened?" uerry: I got married.' 20 21 21 24 i ii i i & Butterfinrjors? NO . . . AMI'S LENGTH DLUM Fog by M iron 18 i at your fingertips? Your bifocals may not bo giving you propor aid in tho "arm's longth" rang of vision. Visit a skilled optometrist. Let him explain how CONTINUOUS VISION LENSES can give you clear, comfortable continuous vision In all visual fields near, arm's length, and dlstancel - PAY NOTHING DOWN, $1 A VJZZ'X ) is to promote welfare activitiei which contribute to the comfort and pleasure, mental and physical improvement, and moral and reli gious welfare of all civilians regu-larly employed at Hill AFB. Tot custodian. assist in this program, the council! One of the first, official acts of has of the civilian welfare I the council was to name a presi fund charge is financed from profits! dent and secretary to head the as- of thewhich Hill AFB civilian cafeteriaf sociation. Rex L. Layton, mainten Other of the newly I ance, will take over duties as presi elected members in to Presi-council addition dent of the organization and Don A. Stoddard, supply, will assume dent Layton and Secretary Stoddard are: Charles Frank Hall, msecretarial responsibilities. otor pool; Sam J. Junk, air installaPurpose of the civilian welfare Geo. L. Stokes, misc. intions; new the said association, president, spection; Dwight Brush, supply fense personnel in .the state of storage branch; Frank Bevan, Utah. maint. 'quality control; Marvin G. In charge of the Air Force dis- Fisher; maintenance; Ross A pensary in Tokyo, Colonel Robinson Shupe, maintenance; Vivian Field, is a specialist in aviation medicine. maintenance; Clifford F. Palfrey-man- , His military medical career dates supply; and Armour Jenson, Newly elected officers of the Civilian Welfare Association met for the first time last week to formulate plans to promote welfare activities for the coming year, according to Captain Robert E. Alger, CWA 18-mo- Team Standings Superforts Rockets Air Installation Gremlins . Newly Elected Civilian Welfare Council Takes Over Assoc. Duties ge SERVICES wasmngton uivo. . . . OGDEN, UTAH soma Main . . SALT LAKE CITY , New president of the Civilian Welfare Association, Rex L. La j ton (center) and Don A. Stoddard, CWA secretary (right) are shown the latest civilian welfare financial records by Darrell Anderson, CWA bookkeeper. in the cadet application requirements during the past three months. Late last year the two years col-erequirement was abolished, thus allowing high school graduates to apply for pilot and observer train- r-- " Flight Surgeon Arrives At Hill AF Base ds S, t ed ' commander. As flight surgeon. Colonel Robin Nineteen-year-olcan now apply son will supervise the operation of for aviation cadets. tne hospital at Hill which The lowering of the age require- is maintained to Drovide medical ment Jrom 20 to 19 came this week facilities for. all Department of De- - back to 1938. from Personnel officials at Head8 quarters, Air Training Command, after approval from USAF headr quarters in Washington. THE MOST It marks the third major change its ts a all-elect- ric flight surgeon for the airbase hospital, it was announced today by Brig. General A. H. Gilkeson, Hill's 330-R-- 2. SUPERFORTS by a nose with ROCKETS second by two lengths over AIR INSTALLATIONS. Then its GREMLINS overtaking SCORPIONS (jockey using stinger) with COLD WAVES pulling even. Un . . then GO GETTERS coming on to overtake METAL MAULERS who are fading going into the turn. Bunched closely are SKYMAS-TERMARAUDERS and MATADORS trailed by JOLTERS, FLYERS and . . r no . . . it's not FEEDLEBAUM . . . it's STAT I: join- The completely redecorated club, which now bears little resemblance to its former self, will open it's doors to members and their guests tomorrow at 6 p. m. An kitchen will stand ready to serve hungry patrons at the same time. The dining room has been repainted and equipped with new dining tables and chairs. The dance will start at 9 p. m., with music furnished by a fifteen-piec- e band from the 549th Air Force Band. The floor show, consisting of professional talent from Salt Lake City and vicinity, will begin at ten. "Our new club has been outfitted with the idea of having something to offer each and every member and their families," Master Sergeant Bell said, "and we are going to try our best to give our members what they want in the Offiway of a cers' Mess." ing the Clearfield Jaycees should Lt. Col. R. W. Robinson arrived contact Bob Beadles at 182 Ross at Hill Air Force Base recentlv new Drive, Clearfield, or call Kaysville from Tokyo, Japan, to become the We understand there is a dictionary of bowling terms Just out. However, if it's anywhere near complete it will be banned. Don't think they'd print that kind of stuff. THE RACE . . . Individuals interested r &r Secretary-Treasure- Hillfielders Are Invited spark-pluggin- ) February 29, HILL TOP TIMES Page 2 Courier Cloth, the unique yarn dye sheen worsted that goes from business, to dinner, to the country. Courier Cloth, the suit that combines the wear of a sharkskin, the lustre of gabardine, the handle of L M fine flannels . . . 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