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Volume 5 PUBLISHED FOR HILL AIR FORCE BASE, JUNE 6, 1952 Number 12 Stew loaBirirw. So)irfl i Prize Winning Tickets Increased Workload At Brought by AMC Decentralization 1 I Prizes, Fun, Entertainment Set for Gala Party Saturday From 2 'til 10 Tomorrow is the big day! Tomorrow at 2 p.m. one of the biggest parties ever staged at Hill -"V schedule guaranteed Air Forces Base gets underway with a to thrill the whole family! Plenty of excitement is promised at the festive celebration which includes such headline entertainment as professional wrestling matches, variety shows, boxing, treasure hunts, bingo, rides, contests, and the il giving away of approximately $5,000 worth of prizes. Chevrolet sedan. Scores of Grand prize will be a 1952 four-doother lucky winners will take home such items as television sets, deep sportingguns, freezes, radios, goods, and electrical equipment. Thirty of the "gooiest" pie avail able will be on hand for a pie eat, This Saturday Hill AFB will play host to thousands of Hillfielders, ing contest at 4 o'clock. Volunteers their families and friends, and from the audience will be featured guests from all other military in- in this show with prizes going to stallations in this area. The Sports the winners. i Of special interest to the kiddies and Variety show is being conducted to raise funds for the base will be the parachute candy drop. hospital and support the medical Over 300 parachutes with candy attached and one with a certificate dispensary. ' The festive show will be held in for a valuable prize will come the flight test hangar area. Per- floating out of the sky at 4:30 p.m. Thousands of dollars worth of prizes will be distributed tomorrow Five p. m. starts the sons will be allowed to drive and ColLtL are above. drawn from the container when winning tickets show with 8 bouts of boxing or on tickets No base. the sports park onel Robert L. Olinger is shown picking the lucky number in a preHill's fastest punchers and between will be exnecessary. Dickson badges Ellen held holds the Jo last Tuesday. liminary drawing notch 549th Air concert the band A top performers from Ogden by pensive watch that was won by H.' Lindsay, Todd Park, Tooele Force band at 2 p.m. will start off and Salt Lake. Tickets may be purchased at the clockhouse tonight and until 5 p.m. is The variety show will hold the at the carnival grounds tomorrow. Tickets sell for SO cents each. the show.3 A Mystery-Man-Hutreasure for hunt a and set for spotlight for an hour beginning at to to tickets have and attend the not is Variety Sports It necessary f ' 6:30 p.m. The program includes a 3:30. :-. ;, v,show however, r:" :.:.... dance routine by Air Installation's ballet John Mallozzi, Meals Served Nationally-Know-n artist; impersonations by A2C Leon Berger and A2C Arnie Tomorrow Soboloff; numbers by the jazz combo of the 549th Air Force Band, The base cafeteria will be open solos by Sgt. Perry Reed; selections tomorrow during the Sports and ", A tag-teathe and wrestling match fea by "Swedish Variety show. Hot meals, will be Angel" served from 3 until 7 p.m. This turing four nationally known wresother professional talent from this ' special service is being offered so tlers will be one of the highlights area. One of the largest drawing cards that parents may plan to bring of the big Sports and Variety Show is the professional tag-teawresthe whole family and stay all day at Hill Air Force Base tomorrow. An added attraction will be the ap at 7:30 at the carnival like party. match which begins tling of Saltx Lake wrestling pearance p.m. the operations "at Hill AFB. Under impresario Phil Olofsson, better Climax of the evening will be the second and third phases other known as the "Swedisn Angei," as prize drawings that begin at 8:30 p.m. Prizes will be drawn in quick supporting .activities, .such t as referee for the bout. Maintenance and procurement will The Great Zimba and Buzz Saw succession because persons do not also by decentralized." Jones will be pitted against Billy have to be present to win prizes. All during the day other enterReason for the decentralization Sandow and Mike Nazarian in a falls, one hour boils down to the fact that AMC tainments will be available such as bingo, train rides, and fork lift headquarters is getting too big. time limit, match at 7:30 p.m. that AMC is following the trend set by will climax the entertainment part rides. "We want all Hill Field civilian industry to get the job done most of the day. Immediately following and military personnel to bring the wrestling matches, drawings for 1 iffiW'iii efficiently. Decentralization also reduces the the thousands of dollars worth of their families and friends out and The Swedish Angel will referee join in the fun," invited Captain vulnerability of the Air Force sup- prizes will be held. falls tag Peter Hecomovich, project officer. The match promises to have add Saturday's ply system to attack by enemy "We promise you the time of your ed interest because the Zimba and tag team. forces. lives." Jones team is angling for a shot at i Team the Tag Zim "Tarzan ProgramI championship that Mike Nazarian ' Billy holds with Rale Haddock and their Nazarian-Sando' the showing against h team tomorrow could give a gooa indication oi uie ouiwrne of the title bout. All of the principals in the scuffle tomorrow are experienced veterans, and top flight competi tors. Buzz Jones is a local product from Salt Lake City, where he won "s an amateur tourney and then turned I to the professional game. His partner, Zimba, is from Vancouver, British Columbia, and is recognized as one of the craftiest wrestlers in the country. Mike Nazarian is a 195 pounder from Armenia and Sandow is a i native of Toledo, Ohio. Sandows i I father is the well known strong I man and body builder Pete Sandow. Referee Phil Olofsson wrestled for 24 years as the Swedish Angel after starting as an amateur in his native Sweden. The Angel started his pro career in a northwest lumber camp and was recognized as one of the top men in his day. 1 fun-pack- ed '. Hill is getting the business! And it amounts to millions of dollars, increased work load, and treThe inmendous responsibility. crease in Hill's activities is the result of a decentralization of some functions now being done by personnel at Air Materiel Command headquarters at Wright-Patterso- n AFB, Ohio. i Under the decentralization pro gram, which will take effect at Hill on June 27, the Supply and Services directorate will be responsible for programming, requirements computation, budget computation, fund ing, procurement operations, prop erty accounting, distribution, redistribution, and disposal of all bits and pieces for the and The base will also be responsible for all wheels, brakes, struts, hydraulic cylinders, and training B-2- 6, B-1- F-8- 9, 7. devices. 1 or - !3 , fast-movi- ng , Aproximately 36,000 line items are involved in the additional workload for Hill. During the past year, AMC spent about $70 million for those classes of supply items. Lt. Col. H. A. Publicover, procure ;ment officer for Hill,- estimates that Hill will spend approximately - $35,-,000,0- 00 during the next year to support those classes of property and equipment in addition to the other millions being currently spent. Employees at Wright-Patterso- n AFB who have been performing fthe tasks which are being: trans ferred to Ogden have the chance to transfer with their jobs. During the first phase of decentralization, Hill will receive 60 positions about 32 of which will be filled by transfer by key personnel from n AFB. According to William G. Leithiser, supply project officer or the decen tralization program, the remaining positions will be filled tion of Hill workers. "Supply directorate will lead the way in the decentralization program," Leithiser stated. "Decen tralization will affect practically all Wright-Patterso- by-prom- o nt : at Hot Cafeteria jmm mi -- in ,111 Four Match at Hill's Sports Show Tomorrow m . . two-out-of-th- ree . jpfi mm ba" Inter-mounta- in r i x If - S$f " SSh "H ii William G.wBr Leithiser (center) explained to news reporters new re- SDonKihimia. ar.A luiminr ta Hill AFB as a result of the decentralization program at a press conference held this week. In attendance were Charles Kreher from The Orden Standard-Examin(left) and Harry Jones from The Deseret News. wA-iri- Sandow" K w i "Forget-Me-Notes- m Discuss Decentralization i well-kno- Wrestlers in Tag i mui er Nursery Available be- A nursery with beds is also ing set op in the flight test hangar to help parents care for children tomorrow. LMM The Great Zimba will team up with Buzz Saw Jones in tomoT row's fracas at Hill AFB. r f f I 1 Billy Sandow and RSke Nazarian are partners in matches that be gin at 7:80 tomorrow night. .