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|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
November HILL TOP TIMES Library Announces This Is Book Week Gives Out With Solid Beat annual celebra The thirty-sixt- h tion of Book Week is Being throughout the United States from November 14 to 20, according to Mrs. Edith H. librarian. The slogan for Book weers is "Let's Read." And that's just what the base library andto Mrs. allGudmundsen Hillfielders would like help od-serv- ed trucl-mundse- n, do. All civilian and military per sonnel are cordially invited to use the library which is open from 7:30 a. m. until 9 a. m. weekdays and from 12:30 until 5:30 p. m. on week ends. Dependents of military personnel are also entitled to use the library. The library, which is located in has a very wide se building lection of all types of reading ma terials, Mrs. Gudmundsen said. This includes the newest fiction, techni the best of the cal books, biographies, magazines of all kinds, plays, poetry, travel, adventure, and children's books. Some of the new books on hand are Davis' "They uaiiea mm Stonewall," Dineen's "Anatomy of a unme," uyman s "JNo lime lor Sergeants," Millett's "Management in the Public Service," Cressey s 'How Strong Is Russia," Latt's "The Last Hunt," and Seton's "Katherine." S-3- non-fictio- n, Airman Third Class George F. Banks, 764th Bomb Squadron, beats out a solid sound on the local NCO Club piano. Airman Banks, who leads a combo of his own and plays Ogden and Salt Lake bookings, began his musical career as a piano man at 4 years of age and has and minor bands since progressed through the ranks of schooling ' into a full professional status. 1954 Reid Moore Transfers To Positin At White Sands Proving Ground J. Xieia in Jiwaiuwer utilization jvioure, at one time served on General Dwight maintenann Analyse Eisenhower's staff at Hill. Mr. Moo v,,L"UIa' well today to friends and D. lw assistant nastor at the First in Ogden for two! Baptist Church mm. two stints at iiiii he workea An I Meii 1 years, Air Force Base. He was first a "Hillfielder" in 1947 when he worked in the Civilian Personnel Office and later in the Employee Services Suggestions and Awards Unit un til 1950. Following his two years as a Baptist ' Preacher, he returned to Hill in November, 1952. Since that time, in addition to his duties at Hill, he has been actively engaged in pulpit supply work with the Baptist Churches in. Ogden and Salt Lake City. One of the most interesting peri ods of his career, Mr. Moore said, was eighteen months he served as Military Personnel Officer in General Dwight D. Eisenhower's head quarters in the European Theater of Operations. He has as a remembrance of that period a personally autographed picture of the General and the Bronze Star Medal which he received for meritorious service. He was discharged from the Army in February, 1946, with the rank of Captain. He is a native of Iowa and re sides in Ogden with his wife, the former Bea Carlson and sons, Kim 10, Ryan 7, Johnnie 4, and Kelly 2, Ground Safety Costs Hillfielders Invited to for 28th Log Drop Cost of ground safety accidents Gala Martha Ball in the 28th 764th Piano Man's Career Govers Radio, TV Concerts and Combos 19, Logistic Support SquadA invitation was extend AFB has dropped from ed to special Hill ron at MARTIN DON Hillfielders and their families By A2C an August high of $1395 to $42 to attend the Martha Ball which "Crazy man, crazy . . . dig that cool beat . . . this cat's gone!!" October, according to Col. will be held November 27 "at the And that's a bit of what you might hear around Richie's Lounge during L. Foley, Squadron Com Robert 11 8 should in till from on White City ballroom in Ogden. you drop in downtown Ogden Sunday nights mander. The and lend an ear to the lampin' lazy rhythm of the George Banks Combo, is an annual af The drop in cost and accidents fair Martha Ballthe Jr. League to led by A3C Banks himself, a home- sponsored by was due to ah intensified squad of basic and Bomb local 764th of Home m completed 19.j3, the finance Martha April the Squad boy help safety program. ron. a training at Samson AFB, where he ron ground charitable Ogden, organization By the month, cost and accidents which is a George, a piano man from Roch- remained to become a member of cost receiving home for chil are as follows: August showed 545th Air The Force Band. the been has N. Y., ester, dren making quite waiting placement in foster lost time accidents fifteen a name for himself in and around band was broken up five months four homes. a minor and cost total accidents, Ogden and Salt Lake since his ar- later and he was shipped to Shep-par- d of $1395. A ten-pieorchestra will play September declined to for the event and AFB, Texas. At Sheppard he two rival at Hill last April. Among the the ballroom will acci minor lost time five and clubs he has appeared at are the organized his own band to play autumn be colors. Rein decorated Oerden American Legion, the Com bookings in Wichita Falls, Dallas dents, costing $455. And October freshments will be served. Ladies showed to a six decrease further bo. Oasis, Whimpey's Rib Station and Fort Worth. After arrival at Hill, he entered minor accidents costing only $42. should wear formal attire but type in Salt Lake, the Harlem Club, of clothing is optional for the Richie's Lounge and a recent per the Midwestern Air Force Talent gentlemen, officials said. sonal appearance at a luncheon of Contest Finals at Spokane, Wash., Tickets are $5.00 a couple and where he won second place. the Ogden Rotary Club. be obtained from any league may Com Banks lhe present George Starting his illustrious music camember, from the Fred M. Nye reer at a rather tender age even bo, consisting of George's piano, a Fri., No. 19 Autumn Leaves store, or purchased at the door the bass and drums, is putfor the regular "Sugar Chile Rob- sax man, dance "Toon with Toppers." of the ball. solid out Richie's beat at their inson" he was, George made his ra- ting Nov. 20 Open house, Foot night Sat., s on and the Porter Sunday nights dio debut at the age of 4, and gave ball on TV. and Waiter's Club on Saturdays, his first public concert at 8. Nov. 21 Open House, TV, Sun., AMF Combo as "The is but, George says: His formal music education becoffee hour. pool, for open stands, always gan with local Rochester teachers sessions or what you crave. Mon., Nov. 22 Thanksgiving For showing him the ropes, and upon jam. You mal Dance, "Toon Toppers." call the plays, we'll dig reaching the ripe old age of 9, the ways!" Tues., Nov. 23 Learn to Square his family saw the glimmer of tal Dance. ent potentials and enrolled him Wed., Nov. 24 Fights on TV, in a branch of the Eastman School lournament .Night. of Music, then rated second in the Thurs., Nov. 25 Thanksgiving nation. Upen House. He studied at Eastman for five Round-u- p Nov. 2C Time The Hill Air Force Base gym Fri., years, during which he gave nuDance, "Utah Buckaroos." merous recitals, made radio and nasium became a spot on broadway Sat., Nov. 27 Open House TV. television appearances and was last baturday night as a talented Sun., Nov. 28 Open House, TV, written up in several major eastern troup of players called the Dundee bcrabble, chess, checkers, cof newspapers. As a result of his entertainers furnished the military " fee hour. talents, he was awarded an eight personnel of Hill AFB a very ex Mon., Nov. 29 Balloon Dance, week scholarship at the New York cellent show. The gala show fea"Melody wvrsAMw.ri r State Music Camp. tured beautiful dancing girl3, re Tues., Nov. yuintet." 80 Learn to Dance. STILL Before reaching 10 years of age freshing musical numbers and a Small e he took over Only $229 duties as the touch of comedy. I I Down delivered regular organist at the Second Plans are being made by Special (tow blade and y Payment Baptist Church of Mumford, N. Y., Services Section for more stage custom-bui- lt and later studied advance music at shows in the future. motor Included) AND the main Eastman Studio prior to STORM WINDOW SALES CO. SEE NEW HOME WORKSHOP SAFETY entering Anderson College, Ander Said one : broom to the other: Offered only In AMF DE WALT son, Ind., in 1951; He majored in "Isn't it time we had a little whisk POWER SHOP Public High School Music, prepar- broom?" CUTTING tafer than future with for ing professorships II others "Mercy no. We haven't even SAFETY KEY Motor Switch High School Bands. VISIBLE LAYOUT MARKS PRECISION MADE AND During George's formal school swept together yet." eliminate errors CUSTOM FIT FOR ing he participated in many reTABLE for Work citals and music festivals, and was When Your Head Is WeU DIRECT DRIVE Motor Power BEAUTY & PROTECTION discovered by an Arthur Godfrey ADJUSTMENTS All Above Table . and many EXTRA PLUS lea. Groomed and Your Hair Talent Scout. He was invited (at turet shown in FREE on to Ra appear age 14) Godfrey's Neatly Cut BOOKLET, "Tho Greatest Invention dio Show, but, as fate would have Since the Hand Saw." it, became sick and was unable to ce J. Reid Moore who will follow him to Las Cum as soon as arrangements can k maae tor residence there. PASSENGERS WANTED Will take passengers to New York City. Leaving Sunday. Shan Personal referenct expenses. Call ) GUT (U? I. GSp y EXAMPLE You Owe You Pay $10 per wu. $15 $25 $ 500 $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 Phone 77 What's Cooking At the Service Club one-nig- ht "Power MeOiltt See why . 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