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An Activity of the Naval Air Operational Training Command


[ U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA


t -: find They Say Christmas Is Over

r Christmas may be over to you, Mae, but to the men In the Station ,y
, postofflce!' It's l still! here. These pictures are evidence of It. TheI
i photo at the top is of the Distribution Room, Station Postoffice, '
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I where all mall Is sorted before delivery to the various activities on
F the Station or put aside awaiting arrival of men assigned to this 1ji:0 ,

ti, Station, but who are not yet here., The middle picture definitely
proves that the holiday season does not end on 23 December Most _
", of the packages shown in this photo have Christmas wrappings on
them and are addressed to men who have had overseas service, but
s have not jet arrived. Shown In the photo, from left to right, are
.Rodney Willis, MAMlc; Garth Webb, MAMSc; John McClelland,
Y3c barely showing behind a stack of mail and Johnnie Anderson,
. MAMSc.! Also In the General Delivery room the lower photo shows
letters that are beInheld/ pending/ the arrival of the addressee. In _
this picture are Willis Frank Edwards, MAMlc, and Anderson. :
"'. J. Brims, MAMlc, Navy Mail Clerk, lauded the entire postofflce : .
force, explaining that the volume of mall handled during the boll. :
r\. day season, was about 50 per rent greater than durinthe/ Christ. _
inns season, 1913. "Everjthing/ is right up to date," he said. "Thej've ,,, *
' all done a grand job." To this we believe that everyone on 'the station "__
., will agree. ;>y->
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Tliose Who Played Big at. f.. '
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Roles In Bond DriveSpecial t' ,_ ,-! ,

citations signed by Rear Admiral A. C. McFall, t : > .

Chief of Naval Air Operational Training, were presented to tI .

personnel of the Jacksonville Naval Air Station and its auxiliary I

fields last weekvho, by their "patriotic cooperationand

outstanding service," were largely responsible for the

I'w- success of the recent Pearl Harbor
...... Day Cash War Bond Campaign.The First WAVES
citations, In the form of a
certificate and bearing' the Treasury
Arrive AtHonolulu i
'. Department's "Minute Man" '' Q'ia
before crossed anchors for a background > ,.
and the official station insignia 4T a '
in the lower left hand corner r c
were sent to the department An announcement from U. S.
heads of the respective recipientsfor Pacific Fleet Headquarters, r
presentation. However, awardsto Pearl Harbor on 6 of January ar'f
personnel of VPB2, in view of revealed that "more than 200
enlisted WAVES and 11 officers
PICTURE ON PAGE 7 have arrived "there" In the
first large contingent of Navy
that unit's excellent showing' in the women to report for duty outside S e

campaign' and the fact that the the continental United 5 ,, ,
squadron's personnel had pur- States/ _
chased more cash bonds than any "To the tune of1(1)11' played .
other activity on the station during by the Navy band," the announcement rr : bac
the month of December were said "the WAVES : x M, r r +
made personally by Capt. II. E. marched down the transport I ,
Regan' commanding' officer of gangplank carrying only their.
NAS Jacksonville musette bags. I

Among' those to receive the citations "Aorklng 'party of more I
were, VPB2 Lt. Edward than "1IlIn8a/ lor! M. Shannon Lt. Philip Troth Lt. of the WA"ES' heavy seabags.I xL
(jg' ) Kenyon P. Stafford Ens. "The first contingent will be !
Jerome Emer, Chief Henry B. assigned to the Honolulu Naval
Campbell. Warner Drake, Y2c, Air Station and the l> !
William R. Ward; Y3c, Walter B. Natal Air Station on the island

Gallagher, ART2c, and Robert E. of Maul._ _" j
VanCleve. Y3c; Yard Dept.. Lt. n
(Jg) Charles R. McCrea; Public GALS RHYTHM
Works, Winifred E. Gwynes and ,
Lonnie A. McCall; Personal Relations -
John W. Carson Physical
Training and Welfare, Lt. Stephen MAGIC WILL

E. Epler Lt. Paul E. Kutnlnk, .+ 1
and Alfred W. Anderson SpA)3c( ; MARK Pr { l
SHOW/
Inspection and Survey Mrs. Helen (r -
M. Styron, Ens. Jean E. King, and
(Jg! ) B. H. Hopkins. Jr., V. L. A snappy USO variety revue,
A. E. Turley. AMM3c: Supply. Lt. "Right About Rhythm," launchesthe
Borsuch. Aubrey F, Wilson, JohnF. 1915 entertainment season hereat
VanLear Mrs. Anna Conrad NAS Jacksonville next Wednesday
Miss Oretha Dougherty, Charles A. 17 January at the Mainside

McGrath, Charles F. Lautenschla- Auditorium. p s-
The sparkling show will feature W Ex t .
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(ommiiIKIn Officer dance, song' and specialty num. t
t'tt'ht'd the following from the --I bers plus an abundance of gags' ,
Unt: secretary of the >at> thrilling novelty acts, and new ', 61
"taptain II. r. ltegan I '
Commanding Officer ihythms-all expertly paced by
Natal Air "stationJarkvonillle. top performers from big-time vau-
Florida deville. I'
Uear (aptnln JteKttnslly '
The cast includes Reed and
I mot,tin* K7.9)850! personnelof
)our command have done a finejob Dean, a comedy instrumental musical
and stand sixth among nil Natal act; Jack Waldron, emcee I
air artiUtlm In the amount ot dollar
and comedian Thorne and
Tyler
invested during the 1.1 December ; ,
't'dra' cash war Imnil program.JatkHontllle Roberts two men and a beautiful I
has in addition one oC girl' in a dancing pantomine com-
the outstanding record In the Nary edy act; Paul McWilliams and
roll I
bond allotment and civilian pay
aatiHga plant. For month now' o\er Company startling illusions and :
III per rent of your uniformed personnel feats of magic: The Six Sweethearts -
and 911 per rent ot jour civilian unusual dancers; and Beatrice I
personnel have been CnKistentsavers .
through these t'MtabUh'dNa.y Berwold pianist and musical --- ---< -'"- .
rhannrU. conductor.
It i* a pleasure to you to extend and to my all congratulations personnel -- -A- 740 In I Battalion '''Famous Actor I One GI Out Of 8

In your command GI Job
Sincerely, Rights Awarded Bronze Star Plans Own Business

.,--/-AKTKMtS- L. GATt: Backed By NAM Eto (CNSBronze) Star Medal Will Visit Washington (CNS-One enlist.

gee, and Bculah Wise; DispensaryLt. Washington (CNS)-A returning awards to more than 740 infantrymen I cd man out of eight plans to op
Comdr. Edward L, Thompson veteran is entitled to his old of one battalion of the U. S I erate a business or farm of his
Lt. (Jg) J. Ann A. Hughes Job back even if he displaces a Army's crack 1st Division for "he- On Friday own after he Is discharged from
Pharm G. Aubrey Assembly man of greater ability or more sen- 1I0"y.1
and Wayne : I .
.4 and Repair-Lt. Perry J. iority. the legal department of the roic achievements" on D-day in Brian' Donlovy, famous the services, a recent survey con.
Gibbs, Jr., Josef I. Blanc Thomas I National Association of Manufac- the invasion of Normandy has been wood movie star who recent! ducted by the I & E-Division, ASF, .
C Quinn, Mrs. Mary Lee Daniel turers holds Language of the Se- announced by the War Department IN"art'd as Steve' Dangos" in "The I indicates. ':
and William L. Coleman; VF No. 5 lected Service Act clearly supports American Romance", w1ll'I..it I( Among enterprises listed by :
that premise the NAM lawyerssay ward patients at the Naval Hospital -
-Lt (Jg/ ) Georgia G. Wlnn; T-4- ---'. -- servicemen who plan to work for r
here and the Malnslde DH-
Lt. (jg) James M. McFerrin and
A Formal Note, Perhaps? tomorrow. themselves are manufacturing and
Ens. William E. Davis; Naval Hospital ---- '- +--- pensary" I'I'
-Pharm. Robert C. Clarke; Wolf ReefUUV CS Camp Gordon Johnston Fla 1'Ian-t are) underway to arrange/ wholesaling, construction' or con.
Ship's Service-Lt. Robert F. Jar. Indianapolis (CNS).--Know: the (CNS) Before S/Sgt. Charles a personal appearance of Donlevyl I tracting; retailing food, automo.
beau and William Pearlman, S2c; name of the officer in charge of Kralj. La Salle, 111, writes to his at the MainsMe movie tomorrow i tive parts, including repair serve
Personnel Margery' Edmonds WAC recruiting here? It's Cpt. girl he showers, shaves, combs his night, but they were Incomplete at ices, restaurants, etc., transportn
Continued on Page/ Two Louis C. Wolf hair and changes into ODs. press time. tlon, communication, ut1lltles.nI .



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FFICER "Scrambled Egg Adorn Caps Of Two Officers"Scrambled I PromotionsBy


I O eggs" are being -

F more sported NAS on officers.the cap visors! of two Recent

THE WEEK Making the Jump from lieutenant -

commander to commanderwere ei ,rs: 1 ALNAU
W. S. Libbey of Ordnance and o aComdr.
Gunnery and Chester O. Holley\ .
vocational training officer. Both Promoted from the rank of Lle.

are reserve officers. tenant to Lieutenant Commander
under a recent' AINav received on ,t
in Ita-
born
Comdr. Holley was
Station was Henry G. O'Keefe.
this I
wanda, Miss., on 2 December 1890.
I SC
Not long afterward the family II
Donald F
Other promotions:
moved to Oklahoma, and 'otmg'Ho1E'Y I I
II Gothier from Lt. (jg:) to Lleuten.
\ enrolled at NortheasternState
I I
ant Herbert C. Henrlksen from
A \ at Tahle-
Teachers' College':
Ensign to Lt. (jg.), and WilliamC
: ? quah Okla., graduating in 1915
aL'1' Ulett from Lt. (tjg) to Lieutenant -
with a B. S. degree. In the years
all of T-4 Division;
that followed\ he was successively I Leonard T. Hays from Ensign to
head of the Industrial Arts De-
Lt IjJl. VM Unit;
partment of his alma mater; Director -
W" Clayton L. Krcjcl! from Ensignto
of Vocational Training, Sapulpa Lt. COMDR. ALBERT E. li ER- Okla.; State Supervisor of Edward P. Morgan from Lt.
NET JR., Officer-in-Charge. Student Trade and Industrial Education for
I iK i to Lieutenant, on temporaryduty
Officers' Quarters who has Florida; and City Director of Vocational with Transport;

ben dean pilot counsellor and Training Memphis, Tenn. I Edward H. Ruckman from Ensign
supervisor to hundreds of student While State Supervisor he plannedand
MFOTU
: to Lt. ( JET), ;
the last lap-opera- the first
officers on organized part-time William M. Stuber from Ensignto
Uonal training of the training diversified vocational training pro- Lt. 1 jg), VF5. Willis R. Boss
grind to the battle fronts has! gram for high school students to be I from Lt. (jg) to Lieutenant and
tendered an incalculable Influence established in the United States. Comdr Holley 1.lbbt'ytE'nant'onmandE'r. Paul D. Wessels from Lt (jg) to
of these fighting men. Other work included directing the
on many : Lieutenant, Medical; .
The administration of affairs of training program for the Hotel 28, ;yard supervisor at the Newport he had risen to J. Brandafl from Lt \

our potential flying heroes of the Men's Association, training local News Shipbuilding and Drydock the head of the concern.The I Stephen to Lieutenant, Shore Patrol;
near future when they are detached people to staff Florida's winter re- company With Mrs. Holley the I!I commander was initially assigned I (jg) S. Evans from Lt. (jg) toLIE'lItt'l1Rnt
from flying and ground sort hotels in 1932- chairman of commander makes his home at to BuOrd at Washington Foy Executive Department;

school work-that involving their the committee for the organization 4705 Cedarwood Road. I until March, 1943. when he was Joseph G. Callahan from Ensign:
housing':, health recreation and of instructional material for the I I Comdr. Libbey, torn on 2 June, transferred to AGO school for two I Assembly and Re-
I Lt.
(jg)
to ,
military discipline, while at the Southern Railways in 1931; and 1896, is a native of Lewiston, Me. I months. Next he reported to Com- I
Student Officers! Quarters may I he was national president of the I After attending public schools AlrLant and was attached to the p James; C. Fickling from Lt.
round prosaic and uninteresting to Association for State Supervisors I i there, he studied for a B. S degreeat I staff of Admiral P. N. L. Bellin I Lieutenant Intelligence
I ;
Commander in 1935. this he Harvard his schol- head of a of field (jg) to
the uninformed but During period received interrupting ger as group: I Dorothy C. Forsberg from Ensign -
Bernet. with authority and finesse. I his M. S. degree in 1932 astic work to enlist in the Navyas service officers, trouble shootingon Communications!
I to Lt. (Uln.) ;
executive! ability, diplomacy and from Colorado Agricultural Col- I a seaman second class in April I ordnance performance within E. Hyder from Lt. (j jg)
Morey
tact, has given romance to what lege.Comdr. I 1917. After a tour of duty on coastal I the command, This assignment included I to Lieutenant Vocational Training -
tome might consider a dull 1ob. I Holley's naval career began patrol as a radio operator, he duty in the United States,

This former member of Navy back in 1932 when he receiveda I was selected for cadet school at I Iceland, England Morocco, Brazil, I Robert; F Swords from Lt (Jg:)
football teams of 11)28-4-5, who I commission in the Naval Reserve. Cambridge, Mass.. receiving a com 'I the Caribbean and the Canal Zone. I to Lieutenant S and A.

.till retains the Mini, graceful Called to active duty .on 1 July, I I mission as ensign in February, Later, the commander was placedIn Jack' R. Sharpe from Pay Clerkto
physical lines of a w 1'1l-IOIUII- 1940 he reported to the Charleston I 1918. First he was assigned to the charge of the armament section I Chief Warrant. S and A.
tioned! athlete, despite the fact Navy Yard as vocational training I USS Michigan as a junior division II' under the material officer.In -
that it Is 20 jears since he officer to plan and organize the officer. In May he was detachedand I December, 1944, Comdr. Lib-
caught fling footballs on the program there. A few days later, sent to France where he was I I, bey was transferred to NAS Jacksonville I Tugs Do Their WorkTho1

dead run, and wielded an effective on 5 July, he was promoted to assigned to the destroyer Fanning, I as prospective relief as O.
lacrosse stick as a memberof lieutenant On 19 May 1941, he noted sub hunter as ordnance and and G. officer. I Not Glamorous .

Annapolis teams, is a pleas- reported to NAS Jacksonville for watch officer. Transferred to the I The commander was man led in They're squat little ships, lacking

ant, affable, engaging personality duty as vocational training officer, old USS Worden in December, the September 1919, to the former ': the glamor, speed and sleekness ,
whose genial influence has a post he has held ever since. He young ensign soon returned to the I Helen C. McCarthy, of Lewiston of the battleship, destroyer or

earned him the respect and confidence received a promotion to lIeutf'n-I United States and by February, I I Me. They have six children Lt. W. cruiser, but they're industrious,
of all with whom he' has!' ant-commander on 1 October, 1942.A 1919. he was back in civilian life. S. Llbbe '. 25 of the Army Ordnance sturdy and essential' and their

com in contact since his arrival I brother C. L. Holley, is a lieu While on an inactive status in July, ]' Field Service; Ens. Elaine J., work is never done. They salvage! ,
here In July, 1913, from Athena tenant-commander attached to the 1919, he was promoted to lieutenant 23, of the WAVES attached to the tow, haul, patrol rescue and when

Pre-Fllght School. I Division of Shore Establishments, Junior grade. Port Director's Office in New the occasion demands' fight.

In a nutshell, Commander Ber- Civilian Personnel in Washington", Having received his degree while York; John S., 21, a V-12 studentat I Such is the nature of the front-

net) is one of the best-liked men and was formerly head of the vocational I serving in the Navy, young Libbey Yale University recently detached line tugs operating: in consider
on the station. Born in St. Louis I training program at enrolled at Massachusetts Tech fora from duty on the USS able numbers for Service Force,

:Mo., on 11 July, 1904 he attendedCulver Pensacola. NAS'I few months study in mechanical I Monssen; Paul>19, a seaman first Pacific Fleet, doing their work
Military Academy and Married on 26 June, 1912 engineering and then entered business class at radio school In Chicago: I quickly bravely, tenaciously anti

ceived an appointment to re-I former Marguerite Keenan of life with the family company, 1 Ruth E.. 18 a student at Elmhurst efficiently' and, more often than
olis in 1922. As a member Wichita Kan., Comdr. Holley has I W. S. Libbey, a textile manufacturing I Academy, Providence, R. I.; and I not, under extreme duress.
Navy football teams during two sons Robert M., 31, a commercial firm Prior to re-entering Anne P., 16 a student at Brimmer I -- --- --

following) three years, he had as artist. and Chester Junior, I I the Navy in June, 1942, as a lieu-. I May School, Boston. j I an's Club sponsored by Beta Sigma
- -- -- ----- --- --- -- --'-
his teammates Commander Tom Beta Sorority, 2100-0100.
Hamilton, former head of the V5 EntertainmentFeatures Sunday--Free Coffee and Dough
I "Shutter Of Return Home
Program, and Commander Frank Bugs" Sky nuts. USO's at 122 Forsyth Street
Wickhorst. who succeeded Hamil- topside Blanding Bus Station,
ton at Chapel Hill. He graduated From Duties Without Loss Of PlaneOne Church and Newnan Streets, and
liom Annapolis in 1926. YMCA.
of those unsung and unheralded -: Thursday Cabaret Dance and
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In 1928. the navies of the world groups, Photographic'I Floor Show NCCS Victoryettes I Informal Dance, 1'CCS'Ictol' -

were retrenching: as a result of Squadron } the Geneva Conference and the the 2000-2300. Streets, 1930.
for
way assault operations in
U. S., like Great Britain, France MondayDance and Floor Show,
Germany and Japan supposedly) every part of the Pacific is backin Awarded Those Wrestling Main and Beaver. USO, 3111'. Duv.l Street 2030.
the states on leave. Streets I
Arena admission
; for service -
were scrapping battlewagons and Tuesday Boxing, Main and
most cf the larger ships. There The "Shutter Bugs," flying Navy Drive personnel, 55c. Beaver Streets Arena, 2000: admissIOn
were indications in those peaceful PB4Ys, flew a total of 6,400 hours ,Helping Friday Free Movies, USO I service personnel 28c.
days that future navies of the on 239 sorties over heavily forti- Church and Newnan Streets 20:10.1: Basketball, Station Fliers vs.
world would be mere skeletons fied enemy: base without losing a Continued From Page One Basketball, Station FUt'I.s.s.. Georgia Lawson Field, Malnside Auditorium -

navies in name only--since no single plane. The record is remarkable Doremus; Marine BarracksMajor Mainside Auditorium, 1900.[ 2030.

more, wars were expected.In I in the light of the fact J. Tyree Armstrong: T1Lt. SaturdayCrew's Dance, Main- Wednesday--Rhumba and Conga
iew of this, I' S. natal of- I that some of the squadron's photo ( j jg) Robert Scofield; T-5-John side Auditorium, 2000. Music by Instructions and Informal 1 Dance,
filers were given the option of graphic flights over Japan were A. Schmidt ACMM, and Bernard the Commandant's Band. USO, 311 W. Duval Street, 1930.
withdrawing: to chit life. 'om- almost 2,500 miles long. K. Leiter, S2c; Jax Municipal No. Formal Dance, USO, Church and Available Daily-Indoor Swim-

manlier. Bernet, seeing only a Lt. Comdr. Charles H. Clark, 1Lt. Eli Harry Fink. Lt. William Newnan Streets 2030. ming Pool, USO Church and New-
limited future in the Xa\y because USN, a Naval Academy tackle in Dan Deibler James Joseph Foley, Open House and Informal Dancing nan Streets No trunks rcquliri 1I.

i>f the proposed cutback, 1934. commanded the squadron. In CBM, John VanPflaum, CPhoM, Party: American Legion Home, Camera Loan and Storage, Pho
resigned and started "at the addition to taking pre-assault PhO- Robert Addison White, ACM Niels 221 W. Church Street. 2030.: I tographic Darkroom, USO: 311 W.
Iwltom" with a :St. Louis brokerage tographs cf the Marianas, the Jorgensen CCS Samuel Raymond Officers' Dance HI'erside'om- Duval Street.
firm. An insight. into his squadron also covered Truk. the Weeks SK2c Dawson D. Burden --_. --

character may l Iii" gathered from Bonns: and Volcanos, Yap, Woleai, I Walter J. Gobert, Arthur H. Hall.
the fact that he accepted the Ocean and Nauru, destroying six Julius Gundlach, and Francis > ,

humble job of "board tmy" whose Japanese planes' and turning out I Scent: Green Cove Springs New- ASTUUZOVVIMW I
duty it was to keep posted the as many as 93,000 photographs a 'man Carlton Lancaster ACMM, 3@ I

latest quotations" on a stork month for use in the forward arE'a.1 Howard Houston Burke, Sic Walter vicc,5e.s.. "

market chalk! board. "The toughest day we ever Charley Schertz, AMMlc, and I ............
was over Guam in Harris Cecil Field Lt. .
In a few years he had becomean early July, I Marry ; .
active stock and bond trader said Lt. Comdr. Clark. "We were (Jg) Wayne Harold Mathis. Elaine

with Lorenzo A Anderson, one of i after the final landing coverage Evalyn WIlcox, SpT)2c( Erma 1 .
the bigger stock houses in St. photographs for the occupation of Henrietta Richardson Sic Helen t
a( the island. The AMM3c Margaret
Louis. Lean years in the thirties antiaircraft fire Theresa Osborn, -
brought about a dissolution of the was intense at 10,000 feet and, as i : E. Richards Sic, Marjorie

firm and he left for Dallas Texas!!!, rugged as PB4Y is, we took an Julia Meyers. PhM3c, and Lucy
awful pounding. We made four Ellms\ Cole, Sic.Germantown. ,
where he was one of the organizers i
of the firm of Schneider, Ber runs- all of them straight and i -

net & Hickman, which he left to I level over the assigned spot, and I .
CNS) Latest
Pat ( -
got away with it. One
ie-join the Navy in May 1942. plane )piloted -
wartime whimsy of Herbert
He received an indoctrinationand by Lieut. Thomas N. Hat-
field USNR Dustene, 17 was masquerading as
refresher course at Annapolisand had to make five nms
through the same flak conditions. an Army nurse. Duschene was 5
was subsequently'! assigned l as
aide to Capt. C. E. Smith, X.O., at On one run his cameras didn't arrested by police here after a ,
and he curious cop had yanked "her" wig f
had to try again. ,;
friendship
Athens Pie-Flight, whose' work
.. off on a (downtown street,. The
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he counts as one of the more -- -- --- charge : illegally wearing the uni-
valued of those he has made In shooting addict at present and has form of an officer.Undersea .
Navy life. He has been at NAS some keen rivals in this interestIng ---- -- w
Jacksonville since July 1943. in sport. He admits!!! he i Isn't ,
charge: of SOQ, where the student I much of a shucks at fkeets. but Craft Is
officer personnel has ranged from insists there are two "rivals" here
600 to 1400 at various times he can trim without too much Listed As Missing .
The Bernet family IN well-rep- trouble. He modestly refuses to
ivsentet In the Navy. Two name them however merely hinting The submarine USS Harder is :
brothers, Howard and John, are that their "initials" are Com- overdue from patrol and presumed _
Annapolis graduate: and are now mander John Raby and Lt. Comdr. lost. it has been announced by the
commander"" In fact all three of David K. Elliott. Navy Department The LSM 318
the Iterneti were at Annapolis has been lost as the result of enemy -. --r----- ...
He is married to the former I ... r ;1.. ;
John at action. The PT 300 has been ."" ""A;'" ... -, . .. ..
time.
at the same present Mary Elizabeth Levis. fAAlton, \ ."'": ... : 'l' :rl.\ ..' _, ',.
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l III at Son KranciNcn, haling Ill. The Bernets tied tTie knot on l lost as a result of enemy actionin ..dHAT," \ \ _.r.., ... __ .:...'.

recently returned from five years a significant date- -Armistice Day, the Philippine' aiea" The IT 311 C We'li hav i'lo" keep him In the army-he's
Mduty and Howardn at in 1926. There are three eons, was lost in the MediterraneanArea
Washington. Robert 15, Dick 13, and Edward, I as the result of enemy ac- no.,longed fit tor!civilian: (life," _

Lt. Com r. Bernet is a skeet, 11. tion.


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WAVE CAPTAIN ON..n m s.r u. an ... r.. ...INSPECTION TOUR


In a working inspection of NAS WAVES, Captain Mildred McAfee is shown as she paused to converse with WAVES in several departments.

Left to \right, Captain! McAfte is' with Captain M'.Ml Cloukey, talking with Lavona Viergutz, S2c, in the cylinder shop of A & 1C; watching a mask

removal demonstration in the chill chamber where it was thirty degrees below zero and thirty thousand feet high, in the low pressure department of

the dispensary; observing \lalyh"0 A1\I2c as she works on the tail or a 1>V, in A & K; hearing from Clara McClellan, AMM3c about the intri-

V. caries oC engine overhaul; greeted by the radar materiel office force, Kathleen Cooke, SK2c Ensign Florence Knatko, Gladys Robinson,
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I playing for time by making the I
A total of 2,000 carefully ''I cost of U S. victories as great as
selected enlisted men will en- possible in the hope of achieving i France. -P>t. Mike Bro.ewi<'k Navy Needs Them
I a stalemate Under-Secretary of received a package from home. It I
ter the Navy V-12 program on the Navy Ralph A Bard told 1023 was labeled 'Trench Dressing." I Fulfilling her Cadet Nurse ,
1 July for training leading ultimately I recent graduates of the U. S. Naval I "No one would swid French I. pledge to the U. S. Public Health .
i I to commissionedrank Reserve Midshipmen's School, Co-
soldier In
dressing. to a
I Service to engage in essential
lumbia
University. "A Japanese t'ralK'f""j
in the Naval Reserve, it has reasoned Rre-sevUck, ol .
victory and the domination by the nursing: for the duration of the
been announced by the Navy Department bottle. "It must be something alcoholic -
No trainees for this pro- proved Japanese themselves barbarians the they terrible have I in dl.. ul....." war, Marion Hogue, 22, of Chevy
will be selected from civilian Chase Md., has joined the Navy
gram lie it down.It .
I land masses of Asia the East Indies : gulped
"sources. and the Pacific containingover was French dressing. Nurse Corps. Of Cadet Nurse
Enlisted men will be selected for one-half of the population of I Corps graduates with actual Naval
this training next spring and start the world would utterly destroy hospital experience, she is the firstIn
classes on 1 July in colleges and I' world civilization as we know it," Initial Assault Troops the East to receive her commission ,
under contract to the QUESTIONSAnswers :.
universities he said. Ensign Hogue completed her
Navy for training become deck, -- -----.- --- Get New AwardWashlnA"ton nurse education as a Senior Cadet -
engineering and supply corps officers On Page 7 I (CNS) A new ser- at the U S. Naval Hospital,
It is anticipated that mostof 1, University of Southern California rine. Early in the war Nazi sab- Portsmouth Va >
vice award for Army personnel
these trainees will be ultimately Georgia Tech, Texas Chris oteurs landed somewhere on the who In a combat In September, 113, during her *
Tulsa Duke-, Oklahoma coast of Florida, and were later participate para- I '*
transferred to the Naval Reserve tian University, inItial senior year at nursing school,
chute landing
Can jump glider or -
apprehended locate the
Officer Training Corps and thereby I'I Aggies, Tennessee and Ala- spot on the Florida you coast where I assault landing on a hostile she joined the Cadet Nurse Corp*
become eligible for transfer to the I I bama played in the four major they came ashore? More has been authorized by the I of the U. S. Public Health Service -
regular Navy under presently existing bowl games Jan. 1. Can you pair War Department. (WD BPR Dec. the organization which offers -
regulations. the correct teams against each 5. The Hon Cordell Hull re- qualified women Federal
23, 44). It is a bronze Indian arrowhead young
ruder the relatively small other, and give the scores of the cently resigned his post as Sec- i4 inch high and will be scholarship for a complete I
enlistedmen ? retary of State because of ill ,
quota only outstanding games worn in a vertical position with professional nurse education
will two selected. Basic requirements 2. Budapest, Leyte, Mandalayand health Quite a controversy raged
his the point upward on the theaterribbon As one of 25 Senior Cadets who
follow- briefly over successor. Can
include the been much in
Nagoya have ''yC'u him? which indicates the area in have recently completed their nurs. ing: be an enlisted! man on ac- I the war news of late. Which is name which it was earned. Only 1 ar- ing preparation at Portsmouth, \
tin duty; a citizen of the United located in the Philippine Island 6. Horse and race tracks allover rowhead will be worn on any the- Ensign Rogue can vouch for the
States k".s than 23 years of group? the country were closed on ater ribbon.To acute need for military nurses, tVhen
age on 1 July, 1911; unmarried I 3. A former member of Congress 3 Jan. Who issued the order which qualify for the award, offic- "\ we went to Portsmouth," 3
and agree to remain unmarried (a woman) who served from resulted in their ceasing to operate -I enlisted men- must make a she says, "we were anxious to( see ,*
I ers or
*
until cMtiiinilvdoned:; a high ?
in why the Navy was c.lingfor so J
(been in recent-ly parachute jump or glider landing
lute
school graduate or 1
7. What great European city enemy-held territory as a memberof many additional nurses; We were'
attendance at, or accepted for I daughter of a man known as the the capital of one of the major a force carrying out an assigned kept busy from the moment we >
,if admission by an accredited (College ; "maker of presidents." Can you Allied powers in World War 1. mission, or take part in the as- arrived just as we had been in I
or university. He may apply name her? captured during World War two sault waves of an amphibious land our home hospitals. And thena '
through hit CommanJing 4. Two alleged Nazi saboteurs by the Nazis and retaken by Al- ing on enemy-held shores Com- hospital ship came in! Thit.
Officer No waivers of general lied forces after D-Day. day we worked 11 h'o"ri H" *
recently were arrested by the FBI was recently manders of organizations engaging .
Mf'I' duty physical n-qairtrnent after they had landed on the coastof bombed by German planes? in assaults of this nature will helping to unload the wounded i
will be grunted. and making them CIUICOILI ,i it' iri ,,
Main from a German siibma- 8. Does altitude affect dumb I forward recommendations to the
There are now approximately --- -----_. animals? If so, how I theater commander as soon as the wards. Were we needed I You
60,000 men in the Navy V-12 pro- bet we were!I" "fI
I
after the action has
Naval offic- 9 What is Grade Allen's rt-ni practicable
gram and more than 36,000 men is to give prospective -- -
have completed their training un-| ers appropriate training at the name' I taken place. I the start of th-;war. In order to '
der this program since its college level in those fields most 10. In all the wars ever foughthas I I The arrowhead will be awarded I determine eligibility, theater com
k
tion on 1 July 1943. The IDct"P-1 useful to the Navy in accordancewith a naval fleet ever been cap- : to all personnel who have taken minders will review all operatic 8
purpose of the Navy V-12 program its needs. tured by Cavalry I part in any such operation since since Dec 7, 1941.


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The JAX AIR NkAVS li published Weekly at the U. S. '
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Relation Office at no expense to the government.( Ciplt-t, _.
ate distilbuted tree of charge at the Naval Air Station '
the Naval Air Technical Training Center, the Ileadqiuuteis By Chaplain Kenneth ,'. Brown
of the Naval A'lr Operational Training Command Naval
Auxiliary Air Station Green Cove Springs, Naval AuxllIniy + Y The Of Fear
Air Station Cecil Field the Naval Air Gunneis' School, rrr. Conquest
the U, S. Naval Hospital, the Naval Auxiliary Air Station
Municipal No. 1, and the Naval Auxiliary Air Station Courage is a queer thing. Some men who fearno
Muyport. battle fall to pieces at the mere thought of makIng .

Rear Admiral Andrew C. McFall, USM a speech. Men who have addressed great audiences
j Chief of Naval Air Operational Training develop "mike fright" at their radio debut.

-" Captain Herbert E Reean, USN Socrates feared no man but fled from the presence .
C'ummltndlntOfficer of his wife. It Is quite evident that courage is not
{ Jaiktonvllle Naval Air Station always to be understood as physical courage. Different .
*',,' Captain Joseph B. Lynch L'SNR situations demand different kinds of courage
Commanding Officer --some physical, some mental and others spiritual
{ Naval Air ethnical Training Center courage.: But the lack of courage of any kind lead!

Captain John, J. O'Mallev (MC). USN to the falling apart and collapse of a man. He be.
Commanding Officer comes fearful afraid. This Is not to say that a cour.
/;- U, S. Naval Hospital ( ageous man Is never frightened< or fearful. He is.

.*, Colonel Martin J.: Kelleher' USMC (Ret.) But he overcomes his fear and proves himself a
Commanding Officer .
MarIne barracks man.The battle calls for courage, especially physical
;*' Commander Idd": ;: E. Dolecek USM courage. Here at Jacksonville physical courage i 111I
Commanding: Officer not so much In demand as is that of the mind and
Naval Air Gunneii Sthool
spirit. Those who have come back from out there
Commander Frank T. CorbIn, L'SN and those "just waiting" need courage of'that kind. fJ
:: 3
::
Commanding: Officer >
Memories, troubles at thoughts of loved
Naval Auxiliary Air Mat Ion, Green Cove :Spring home ones t
.
and desires for other duty call for the best thatis
,, Commander Michael P. Bavdanovlch, L'SNCommundlnK In a man. We are not afraid of what Is happening
Ufftrer
Naval Auxiliary Air Station: Cecil Field to us. It is what we think might or might not hap-
pen which makes us featful. The mind can stir
Commander Carl F Nleberle. L'SN up more feats than Orson Welles can dream <>1.
Auxlllarj Commanding Air Station: OfficerNaval Municipal No. 1 How can we overcome these fears?
AMUSEMENT CALENDAR One time Jesus and His
disciples
were crossing the
: USNRCommanding
1 Lieut Comdr, M P
: off crlr MAINSIDK MOVIE SCHEDULEThursday Sea of Galilee when a storm arose It was evidently
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Ma>'port "SIGN a severe storm and the disciples lost their coinageand
OF THE CROSS, Frederic March {'Iautlt.tteII-
Lieut Cut MIlllamT. Evan USMC (Ret.) bert. Modernized relssue.Fridaj i became feaiful. They awakened Jesus who was
Commanding Officer ="NIGHT CLUB GIRL," VIIan Austin Bill Dunn. A brother sleeping and accused Him of not caring about their
Marine Aviation Detachment and safety! He saw at once that they had lost controlof
sister arrive in Hollywood for their (:chance but end up sleeping -
The JAX AIR NEWS receive Camp Newspaper Service in parked ('aMi. Their opportunity come through a columnist themselves. In His answer we find the answer
material. Republlcallon I of credited "matter ptohlbltedwithout who stile them to a night club proprieter. Instead of their act we seek" to the question "How can we overcome
permliwlon of CNS.Var Derailment. 2U5 K. fear? Jesus said, "Why are so fearful How
ye
making a hit, It's the recipe for a new" kind of hash that atfraw.t"the li!
42nd St.. N. Y C. it that Je have no faith ?" They were fearful because
customer Eventually: ', a food manufacturer make a deal for
they had no faith. Faith is the cure for fear
the hash and their a Morale Builder Saturday, 1300 show" >nlj'-TIGEK SIIAKK," Edward G. Koblnson.Keissue. + We naturally seek something or someone In whom
make to believe. Jesus came to lead us to God, to teach in!
lot to happy
us
\V think it takes a ,
*
to
SundajEXPERIMENT PEKILOUS have faith in God. Faith in God leads
lledy) Lamarr George Brent.A us to do
but happiness sometimes depends upon small doctor I the job set before us to the best of
I young meet and fall In love with the wife of an Insanely our ability and
things. It all depends upon the situation. If j jealous man whose emotions have driven him to torture : to trust God to take care of the outcome. A man's

you are in the middle of wealth, luxury and her mentally and plot death for those attracted to her The endangered I beliefs are no good unless they are a part of his
it takes something exceptional to livers of the young wife and her son are saved by the I life It ia not enough to believe In God. WHAT do
plenty I doctor when In the climax, he rushes them frojn the ga filled. you believe about God? Do you believe that lie loves
boost<< jour spirit." What, in the ordinary run house an the husband diet violently In the trap he had created for I you and Is interested In you? Do you believe that
of things would he taken as a matter of the others. I I I He is with your The life of Jesus is an ever present

course, would be a thing of everlasting joy Mondaj=" I.OIt'F.IC.:' ." Philip Dorn Mary .""Iur. Mar.v Is the testimony to God's Intelest! in man.
Le .te the frozen I poised and humorous wife of restaurateur Philip l>orn who falls 'I There was a warrior of the Jews whose name was
to our fighting men on > or on Joshua, He faced the
victim to "blonde feter" and become Infatuated with a flirtatious same problems which we face
fields of the Western front.A I and gold-digging young waitress' In his afe. Her f'fforb'' today. His faith gave him courage to overcome his
few days ago we were made familiar I I to win back her husband supply the plot. fears, He heard the Lord suy,

with an incident which happened near here.A |I Tut"Mla-'TAIUTI, NIGHTS," Jlnv Faulkenburg.. musical that devotee "Be'stiong and of .good courage: be not afraid
Navy man went through a chow line in a ,of sarong culle darning In tropUal Netting will enjoy, neither be thou dismayed: the Lord thy God
He hot I There IK" the old but ever new' plot of boy and girl betrothed b)' their Is with thee whithersoever thou goe'!t."
civilian eating establishment. got parents, falling. in love without knowing who each one is.1'ednesday"SHE God is still calling men to have faith In Him so
Soup, fried eggs and a few side dishes. Whilehe \ GE1S: HER .MAX," Joan Davis Leon Errol. A'' that they may be strong and courageous and overcome -
was eating his soup the woman in charge comedy with music, starring' Joan in heart trouble' again. their fears.

came over and asked if he would not like to j -- ---%-.: ----- ___

have some hot eggs. Getting a reply in the e Navy Radio Programs; '

affirmative she disappeared with his plate telOMMUNIDfe
:
\ Tlll'RSlAy"Service! _
only to return a few moments later, not only :

with fluffy appetizing scrambled eggs but _, .... Time"1'" Illli (CBS) 1600-1630
J : .y _=. '___ aIIl'udlill/''' V.UIIP
a nice cut of ham on the side. She then proceeded __ r.: : _: :Trained: for Mctorv" 18IVI810 180VI8IOV.V.JAX :

to bring that service man a hot cup Just" returned from a fhe-day leave In Miami an visited the ra<'en. "The First. IJne"HUDA1 MMBIl (CBS) "JUO2MOUMBK :

of toffee. I I,' One Sailor lost all his money and had to walk home-Boj'-are lay "Senlie" Time"
Small service perhaps, service we used to feet tire l! I "Nav>' Nets','." ((''liS) 1 GOO.I GiO:

take matter of course in civilian life, "Vav\ Headlines"SA11UDA1 \\ JA17.VM73,%
as a I
Ihere are flft"pt'n'a11' to lose a horve race-toy horse knew' \\Jlir J8 but the boost that this kindness did to a service all fiftyseven.lie .
man's morale cannot be measured in goods "Halls"Meet! of %ii nier.unta"11'DO (:Hut) 1800-1830
tour X8\' '"
fir the world. We likewiseenture to say that I, v\as the only horse I ever saw' who started from a kneeling St'\'DA1'-- ,) tWIII" (Blur) 1930-2MOO' ..

the satisfaction this woman manager of the I position.0- uUhlt'jac.t, Choir' MMIIIC (cus) novino:

eating establishment got in her own conscience I He wan brave though-he chased: ", all the other horse around the MON Ta DAY--<'lHe l Story"1'.1:1\ (NBC) :iIso-244H)

from making this service man happier field. "I. S. San,, 'd""Servlie
V.WAV (NBC) 1280.UU
-4-
the fullest I
was measuie.Just Time""Bill '
proving our assertion that circumstances \\'hen he i passed my box he Mild-l-, "\\ hlc'h way did they 1'0- Nalle, Manlsf"Nav.v \\ IIUt nllUt(CBS! ) 16:10-104 11)00-1630:

govern the things it takes to make us I bet two dollar on him and after the race I found out that for "Navy. Sf'Headline''"" V\JA\ 1750-17.1' ,)

happy. fifty cent more I could have bought the horse. Tl'FSDAV VvJIlT 180VI8IO ;

,
_
----- -I-
"Ser\ice
lime"
The It'llowho gave me the tip said the horse Mould win In "Navy A\MIW (CBS) 1600-1630 )
Credit Where ft Is DueIt walk-that'* what he tried to do but the.other" horse ran. a "!o lnklnl Headlines r Sall.tr" vvjnr iso.visiflM.IAX I
-- \ : 18I.VIK.10MBK 4)nusto
;! uo\\ .
is easy to knock, sometimes difficult to \\ell-now that the track are dosed they match my Kink count. Service Time" ...
_____ \\ (CBS) 1000-16.10
boost. It is an age old failing of man that he ------ -- --- -- --- -uI --- ".Navy News" .

does not praise his fellow man until that fellow I iSiDlDtJlIlIE.'JGlIIJEJCtUJCCI3DUIUt'Je':, works.sweated" him and gave him all the .Vavj Headline \\j\\\WIII mo-i7.180V1HM; !

man has passed away, and cannot enjoy 1 Breezes a I Sergeant: "What did he say?" --ii-!__ i

words of approval Voiced on this earth. I a Bg Officer: "He rolled over and 21111130 enucuanpnnncnaaBna uuaneaesR J I J Jr.J

As is the practice of all men, be they civ- Salty Humor From g muttered ''Yes" dear, have it your

ilian or service personnel condemnation of I I Here And There oamL2Utan1nslaLuaioonnott. own, way! 0 Divine Servicesfr o d .
conditions We've heard disap-
comes easy. C j "Do you know why an acicbat'n rJDLnDmCClaDDt2I.nICCt1CatlIlCalIlDCUEltuU'a'lt; !
"
provaloiced on Navy chow on occasion. We life is like a girl's underwear?" .'Ui.l..t ihiprl" Hutlli staid aad Birmlk.! .I,.....
think it only fitting that when that chow ishighly Poker Joker "No, why?" 0.730-.Holy< Communion,
I{ Texan with OJJU-'llaining I Center:;:
i A was playing poker "Because: is Dtvlne service.
those who one slip enough,
satisfactory are lesponsfble the Britishers just before the recent JI30-'unday; School (MmalJ chapel).
for it should receive credit for their 1W1-General Divine advice,
invasion. The Texan drew IMvesper iierx lie.
accomplishments.We II'I four aces while an Englishman field Professional.Darling" "Touch he cried Required, .1111,114'lbtO-Mdlll; chapels, Muslim H..4 aad Isirmiaaka.t Aveases .

haven't had occasion to visit all the a full house. The Englishman said, "I've never kived but thee" 07110-M KI, .

chow halls on the Station and cannot vouch I "I'll Just bet a pound." "Ihen we must part "she" said (18.10()".:;:10--Mdg.Mann.

for overall conditions but during the past The Texan looked reassuringly "No amateur for III..." l\tt-MUM, _
at his hand and replied, "Ah don 17l'C-Mao*,
few weeks we have eaten several times at' know much about this here Eng- WAVE: "Which would de- Arenue' hri.tiaa' *".'*"'. uIC'1 Mrs/1. Rod aad htirai.lka.a
you
building 913. The food was well cooked carefully I lish money but if you all bet a sire most in a husband -brains, 1I1oU- mall chapel.

)] prepared, and the diet was nicely balanced pound. Ah"'11 jest call you and raise wealth or appearance?" aid I..Un ltirniaalia111 llsv "r.aiatst S1nan ('lIap..I, terur ./ M..I

with vegetables, cooked and green, : ;you a ton. I' Ditto, "Appearance" and the l'MO--MuluRI "nif.edneiida( >') "
I sooner the better. Jewish ".nl..u Small Chapel *Muslin Rood and )3lrming.
meats starches and sweets.
i Always l'r4'l'8.r"1Officer ham Avenue). .)
Everybody connected with this chow hall, : "Now, suppose you ale Overheard s

from the highest officer down through the on your post one dark night. Suddenly SCENE: The NAS movies From
(
student cooks who prepare the food should a person appears from behind Sailor: 'Can you" we all right?" Other Papers I ITh..rt"lJ
two around WAVE
and wraps aims : "Yes.
}be proud of their
accomplishment.
you. What will you rail then.. Sailor; ")s there a draft
on bt'
it's trifle late think we're no "celebration"l in Fan\ Diego com
L Although a we Sentry: "Let'a go, honey )'ou1"WAVE Day F War
Xv > production plant will "stay 'on the
1 Voicing the sentiments of all when we : "No.
express Job to finish the Jap." Our will
-
military*to* continue
appreciation and thanks for the bountiful Ac..t4..wd To It Sxiloi: "In your peat comfortable i on routine Rcht'CIuJent'n Gasco's 1150 wnplojteB -

Christmas and New Years dinners served .at! Sergeant the third: "So degree you gave," the prisoner T"WAVE': "Yr ." J will take the Rtiud news In stride without

all points on the Station. Officer: "We beat him and 'Sailor: "Lt' Untie seats" itBurting to war-delaying exuberance, and festivity;
Shorts and FJaIIht's.Page .

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11 January, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS ,Pag JFivI \!



VPB2 Awarded Athletic Trophy I -The Inquiring' Sees Florida, From Air .






y.n ReporterThis .),: i


j'k i .F}


f l I" a column exclusivelyfor : I

WAVES thlg week. Debate
_
a bus often raged as to whetheror .
not feminine civilians would

i are to return to the routine of

home life when the war I!* over.

What would the WAVES like to

do? If offered the opportunity,

at the rondutlon of hostilities,

would jon choose to remain in

the service or would you preferto
return to civilian life?

[
Helen M. Arnold, S2c, Millers-

port, Ohio. "I joined to help win

the war. but when it's over I'm

going home and wear bobby sox

and hair ribbons anytime .and any-
1 where I want to." Y
AFlorida+
Ruth Henry, S2c Lorenzo, Texas -

"My feet are Itching-a gypsyor

..." lady hobo's life is for me. I'll "
Captain' Herbert I.. Jtrgan, Commanding: Officer, present' placque have a bicycle and airplane. waiting from the air was viewed by Captain Mildred McAfee, a*

to Lt. Comdr. Leo R. Jensen at ceremonies here Saturday morning. "It for me" I she wax escorted on a tour of various stations In NAOTC by .It.Comdr. I

It with a great deal of pride and pleasure that this Commandant's! Celena Mae Mathews, AMM3c, Edith Stalllngs. Conulr. John Raby, NAS Executive Officer,

'. *t.port* competition trophy Is presented' to 1'82 as an emblem of New Albany, Indiana. "I was and Lieut.. Audrey Parker are seeing them off on a "hop."

the *oftl>all-Admiral's Cup competition for the year 1911," said serving the public before entering -

1 Captain Kegan. "It In the aim of the Commanding Officer and the the service. I still would like to Legion Of Merit
do my part. I think I'd return to Seaman Jean
lhyni IcaI Training Jeartment[ through this all year round competltlon civilian life."
of the Admiral's Cup, to promote competitive content between _
teams" representing the various. unit or divisions. on the Station, Helen T." Plriczky, S2c, Cleve- Awarded To Adm.
land, Ohio. Not being in the serv- Tells AboutExperiences
and In this way help develop and maintain high morale through
ice a very long time, I wouldn't
recreational sport and content CongratulationI":
say I am tired yet, but after I
-- --- -- John H.
----- --
think I've done a share bf my workin CassadyRear I

Pacific Air Heroes Now the war effort I'd like bet-
ter to return to civilian life." Admiral John Howard Cas.

Maxine B, Pitts, S2c, BJounts- Dear Fran: sady, formerly Chief of Staff and

Instructors At NAS Jax town Florida "I would not like An unheard-of thing happened Aide, "Air Operational Training,
to return to the routine of home yesterday: Eleanor, Mary, and I Air Operational Training Headquarters

life. I'd like to stay in the Navyas each had an afternoon off, at the ," at this Station, has been
--- -- ----
The story of how Lt. Robert D. long as possible Why can't same time! Quite an accident, and awarded the Legion of Merit for

Kunkle, Peru, Ind, and Lt. Alexander :- ; I we be Regular Navy ?" it probably won't ever happen outstanding services In the Pacific

McInnis, Gainesville, Fla., : Mildred McIntyre, SR2c, Miami, again, so we had to celebrate. Theatre as Commanding Officerof
Florida." When the soldier I'm What we decided to'do was visit the USS Saratoga, according to ..
now PBY instructors at the Jacksonville : I engaged to comes back from over- the zoo and look at bears and an announcement by the Navy Department

Naval Air Station, won I seas, I'd like to have a home and I things in cages.' There are timeswe ,

Navy Crosses for outstanding :: settle down" feel like caged animals, As Commanding Officer of the

",,"-- achievement in the South Pacific Gean Cassels. Sic St. Augustine inside a guarded fence as livinJt"I I; Saratoga during action against
I Florida." I'd like to stay in with no liberty cards ever I enemy Japanese forces in the Bu-

war zone was released by the Navy for a while, then get out and take day and night l but at least we I ka-Bonis Area, Bougainville. Brit-
Department yesterday with the up in the restaurant where I left must admit ate entered our,I ish Solomon Islands, Rabaul l and

combat record of their "Black Cat"" off." cage voluntarily. We knew whenwe I New Britain, the citation said.that

VPB-52. I Margaret Adams, AMM3c, South joined that there would be Admiral (then Captain) Cassady

patrol squadron- Carolina" Give me the peace and certain restrictions, so why com- I "Imbued his officers and men witha

Lt. Kunkle, a former Navy en- love of home." plain now I say. spirit of determined offensive

listed man, won his Navy Cross- Which is deeper, feminine ihod- ,I Nancy Fowler, Sic, Pittsburgh. I But to tell you about the zoo! action which enabled them to carry

the highest award made by the esty or Navy discipline i I "I've met oodles and oodles of the I peacocks roam freely about the out vigorous strikes against
Navy outside of the Congressional A Waves barracks had a problem i heavily defended positions.
most wonderful people and have place, following people, and I pre- enemy
Medal of Honor- for attacking two like that the other night when "As
II had many exciting experiences as sume carrying conversation from a result of these' aggressive
destroyers off the coast of New a new seaman was assigned to a I engagements," the citation con.
orderly to Admiral McFall, but- llamas to lions to lynxes, in case :
Britain Both shore and ship anti- small oftice room until bunk space I the 'smoky city' surely did look they have anything to discuss of tinued, "the Japanese suffered

aircraft batteries fired on his i, could be ananged. Said new sea super-elegant at Christmas time," zoo-life. There is a good assort heavy losses in the neutralizationof
black Catalina as he made his man wrapped herself in a towel important air bases in the
Sic and
Olive Kinney, Lake Placid. ment of monkeys and apes, ,
bombing run. Then, when he reach.I and splashed merrily in the show Florida." The WAVES have beena some of those startling gorillas Buka-Bonis Area, severe damageto

ed his target, his bombs failed to : er-and then returned to her room good experience in all ways for I with blue and red on their noses many hostile combatant ships in
release. Back he went a second to find the door had swung to, and Rabaul Harbor
I me but I want to return to a nor. and long doleful-looking faces. and the destruction -
time, despite the heavy enemy fire, I locked. of numerous aircraft.
mal life of a woman I Men were teasing' them, trying to
and this time scored a probable I, Naturally, the key has produced Helen Ruth Lee, AMM3c, Chicago make them mad, a seemingly typical "Rear Admiral Cassady's indomitable
lilt on one of the destroyers I| at once, but It was e\i- Illinois "After the war I'd action of some people when fighting spirit and gallant

Beside the Navy Cross, Lt. I ilently a rusty skate key andwouldn't prefer to return to civilian life. they visit animals, which I've devotion to duty throughout con.

Kunkle also, holds", the IH'C for work. Frantic culls to I'd like to do a lot of travelingover I never been able to understand or tributed in large measure to the
Public Works brought the (Ustresting -
safely returning a battered airplane the USA, and later have a condone. We walked quickly past success of our forces then occu-
back to his base after a news that the key man quiet home life." I that scene and tried to cheer up pying new bases in the Northern
had sliiW" srtured and "
4 bombing mission In the :>1isniarck long gone Rosanna Hemphill, S2c West the elephant with remarks and Solomon Area
home to ksomllle..
Neil: area Chester, Penn., and Mildred Jean peanuts But it was a very sad Rear Admiral Cassady graduated

Lt McInnis won his Navy Cross I Willing and eager mates tried McHemy S2c, South Charleston, and lonely elephant, caring for from the U S, Naval Academy

for sighting and attacking a large screwdrivers, pliers, nail filesbutthe Ohio. "We would surely stay in neither of our contributions, Just in 1918. He earned his wingsat
between Rabaul door was as stubborn as a the Navy after the war If we couldbe dozing there by its fence, swingingits Pensacola in 1928 and served
Japanese convoy
new Ensign, I sea-going sailors instead of trunk and swooshing a little with air units based on the Saratoga -
and Kavieng on the night of Decent -
Sympathetic stand-bys fixed up : land-lubbers!" dust over its shoulders occasionally. I for the next-two yeais. Ha
19 1943. As'soon as he began
the WAVE with spare pajamasand assisted with the fitting out of the
Ins anti-aircraft B, E. McAllister. Y3c, Staten I wonder how many years it
approach heavy
an "on leave" bunk, but the US.S Ranger and went aboard
Aimed Island "New York Is a nice placeto has been since it saw any other I
, fire opened up. straight up", I burning question remained: How be from at this time, but when elephant. How Its ears must yearn I her when she' was commissioned
it "lesembled a football goal post,
was she going to work without her in 1934. He also served with the
but Lt. McInnis flew I this is over I'll be happy to go for the sweet sound of its own
directly uniform? Mental pictures were U.S.S Langley.
back. Don't fence me in. language.
through the bursting flak BO low envisioned of the chaos that would Flora 1937 to 1939 he As-
I Elizabeth S. Hughes, Sic, Grosse Until I tossed Into the mill was
that his altimeter indicated zero result if she showed up in her uni- Polnte, Michigan "Life in the of the Navy was with Jtll'ls.trom all sistant Naval Attache at the
Besides their individual decorations form of the consisting solelyof United States In
day Navy is wonderful, but after the over the country, I hardly realized Embassy Rome
both Lt. Kunkle and Lt. Me- one not-too-large bath towel war I'd love to return to my house- what difference speech makes. Oh. Italy, returning. to this country to
Innis wear the Presidential Unit Finally a strong hOIlIIII'ke-ti- upa keeping." aid in the fitting out of the U.S.S.
Citation ribbon for the commendation phone and railed the chief to grammar, of course; everybody Wasp
Virginia M Bums, S2c, Phila likes to hear things said correctly,
that was given their squadronfor explain she might be a bit late delphia "Civilian life for me after but I don't mean that, exactly. Born In Spencer, Indiana. Rear
In mustering In for duty-and Admiral usual address
Cassady's
destroying or disabling more the war."
More than actual dialect, there's
j than 90,000 tons of Japanese war- when the chief heard why, he is 22 North Main Street in that
Irene Mazzacella, S2c Chicago an Indefinable difference in tone,
; ships and merchantmen. from Mid- agreed to overlook the tardiness city Rear Admiral Cassady and
"Yes, I'd like to remain in the speed, and emphasis that makes
a." way Island to the Bismarck Sea. -he probably had some his wife, Mrs. Sallie Bold Cassady,
service Right now I'm lookingforward the same words sound entirely
) During the months of Novemberand mental .pictures, too. to going overseas.= changed when spoken by voices are now residing in the Pall Mall
December when the Bismarck Sooo is but Apartments 1112 16th St.'Northwest -
1943f -discipline strong,
New
Arlene Agnes Grosses, S2c from east, northeast, west or
.. On secondthought Washington, D, C., while he
.. Sea, between Rabaul and so is femininity Waterford Ohio. "I would like south. It's fun to know lends
Kavieng, was the focal point of we can't exactly see a big to remain in the Navy for certain from all around, but I observe that Is performing his present duties as

the U. S, Pacific offensive, the brawny sailor reporting for duty reasons, but if they could not be when folks choose steady companions Assistant Deputy Chief of Naval

squadron's airmen won mere than clad a la Lamour either!! After attained I'd prefer civilian life, they're likely to be from the I Operations (Air, Navy liepart-
125: decorations in addition to the all the Waves know how to whistle ment.
working an office, typing, filing, snme state, if not a closer locality I ________ JL_.__-
unit citation too! and the other things that go withit. than that.Captain. ( +

\'1'I13iit one of the oldest ." McAfee visited the station No More Doctors

J 1M5V squadrons In the Xu\y. It Commercials; Robert M. Chapman, S2c, Chi I last week and talked to all of i

waged war against Nazi submarines FOK SATE: cago. "Returning' to civilian life us at a meeting. She is indeed an Needed In ArmyWASHINGTON

from Natal, Brazil; Bermuda Nursery chair and genuine streamlined would be a problem. My worries' inspiration and a woman for all (CWS) The
and the Panama Canal Taylor Tot baby strollerwalker.Uolh would) begin again: Will the alarm women to look up to. I walk with
J. D. Jloiak, SiuS) Army has discontinued recruiting-
/one before luoting Into the PA- like new $13.
3o, Phone (MS.Ulll go off? What dress shall I wear'What I' more pride than ever In the Navy civilian physicians, but the Navy
rifle theater. to continue the! sell house to buyer of furniture shall I have for supper?" blue uniform, for knowing she still has an "urgent need" for
fight against: the Japanese from House party furnished: 4035( Kixtwood5t. :Mary McMillan. S2e. Boston. "I wears it too.Scuttlebutt. approximately
i 3000 medical officers
; .. South Jacksonville, contact Major ;
base Midway: the Johnston
Lundln. IMt No. 8JOO.:: would like to remain in the service (gossip to you) has and its recruitment program will
Islands, New iiilnea, the Solo Maple highboy, seven drawers. 4023 as I have met some of the it that several transfers to Wash. I be continued. There are about 47,.
mons, the Admiralties' and Kiak. Dundee Rat: t Contact Mr, Corcoran, nicest girls since I've been in. I Ington have come through Carol's 500,
physicians on duty with the
Ext No. 7S8
During 18 months in the Pacific which I
Maple! bedroom suite Chest of draw have 'also traveled, never been hoping for one; not I, how- Army, fewer than 13,000 with the
V1MI-.VJ: carried out night 'Black ers vanity, bed, mattress, springs ntvt did when I was a civilian." ever I want to stay right here- Navy, Chairman Paul V. McNutt

('ut"' attacks, antl-Kub patrols, night: Cumberland table. In, excellent Road. condition, $75.lMI Pauline T Reeger, S2c, Chicago as long as Bill does, anyway! of the War Manpower Commission -,
alr-Hea rescue' missions and curiosity
patrols. "I'll make sure my
Prewar Rlils bicycle Including tires. Love, revealed ,
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I In very good shape( SIS.()). Contact Mrs.Moore. doesn't get the_. best of me again! Jean. --- ----- --..,.-
Ext.; N v HSUWANTM1. ---'- % jj|-- -
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portable VUnt, $' ),OOOI.OO( ? 13 Japs
' Sailor I In A Hurry A Royal 11l7r Remington typewriter Anybody San Diego Cal (CNS1--Eatiner\ ,
case. Contact V. Vvm.
Washington: (CNS-) The Vet- in restaurant Joshla Smith felt' For Yank
lederholt. AOMJc Barrack M lower, a Every
So He Swipes A Cab'NEW Telephone C7i). erans Administration disclosed something hit him in the face. He
For Rent-Two-room efficiency gir- that it has $2 ,04)jI)1)' going' begging his hand to his cheek anrifound PACIFIC (CNS-Thlrteen-for-)
/ YORK (CNS)-When a !age apartment $.JJ a) per month.To*1 bonus money due 30,000' veteran put is the Yank-Jap in the
covered with blood. He one ratio
Uanda.il( St, 3',4>> miles from NAS 1 1blix 1 it
cop spotted a sailor driving a taxicab .k off Roosevelt It'way. Phone 3-.VHM: I of World War I. was about to call a waitress and Pacific. Latest reports:\ show that
with another sailor in the Will share apartment, Call Mrs, -- -- --- --- U S. troops have killed ab least
when' he discovered that
9-Jril( fills! Parish Place Riverte! Manor complain
rear, he stopped the cab, arrested Be fd worth. there
Prefer working 'couple (1/1 (XI) per week the "blood" was ketchup spuited 277,000 Jap whale
the sailor:! was In a hurry to get \;: Zbl'Win v, 10 January, Mrs.: Will pay cash for a n.yr.lnri; o'cyc, by so over-zealou3 jjelghrwrlnsj hive: been :21,000 Americanifatall.
,to Brooklyn," the driver explained. Wilkinson, 2421 Dollwooil: Ave. Killed urgently, fonUot MatmnUtilchsrdson diner. 1 ties.
"So I swiped the cab." Uoom for rent, contact k' A. Sues! '' Ext Vo. 7JJ. .
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Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Floi Ida.* by the PubliC &
Relation Office at po expense to the .oveinment Copies _..- ".., =. .
me dhitilbuted free of charge at the Naval Air Station Kenneth V. Drown
the Naval Air Technical: Training Center, the lleadquaiteis -4 Uy Chaplain 1
of the Naval Air Operational Training Command, Naval: ,
Auxiliary Air Station Green Cove Spilngn Naval Auxll1m !- The Conquest Of Fear t
'y Air Station Cecil Field. the Naval: Air Gunners' School,
the U. S. Naval Hospital the Naval Auxiliary Air Motion
thing. Some men who fearno
Municipal No.1. and the Naval Auxiliary Air Station Courage is a queer
May port battle fall to pieces at the mere thought of mak.
ing a speech Men who have addressed great audi.
Rear Admiral Andrew C. McFall. USN C-- "mike fright" at their radio debut.
Chief of Naval Air Operational Training 11r ences develop
Socrates feared no man, but fled from the presenceof
Captain Herbert E. Regnn, USN his wife. It is quite evident that courage is not

..' Jacksonville Commanding: Naval' Officer Air Station MtI1W. always to be understood' as physical courage. Differ .
'\; ent situations demand different kinds of courage
Captain Joseph B Lynch officer) USNRCommanding : --some physical, some mental and others spiiitual

Naval Air Technical Ttalnlng Center courage, But the lack of courage of any kind lead
to the falling apart and collapse of a man He be.
", Captain John Commanding J. O'Mailev Offlrer(MC), USN comes' fearful, afraid. This is not to say that a courageous .

.-, US. Naval Hospital : : man Is never frightened or fearful. He K
But he overcomes his fear and proves' himself a
.f Colonel Marlin J: Kelleher USMC (Ret.)
Commanding Officer man
Marine Barracks The battle calls for courage especially physical

,v a:.' Commander Edward:; E. Dclecek, USN courage. Here at Jacksonville physical courage in!
Commanding;: Officer not so much in demand as is that of the mind and
? Naval Air Gunnfis School spirit. Those who have come back from out there

Commander Flank T. Coibln, USN and those "Just waiting" need courage of'that' kind. fJ
Commanding Officer Memories, troubles at homes thoughts of loved ones,
Naval Auxlllarj Air Station, Green Cove Spilngi and desires for other duty call for the best thatis

1'j' Commander Michael P." Bagdanovlch/ USN in a man. We are not afraid of what is happeningto -
; Commanding Officer us. It is what we think might or might not hap.
; Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field pen which makes us fearful. The mind can stir

Commander Carl F, Meberle USN: -- up more fears than Orson Welles can dream of. t
Commanding Officer How can we overcome) these fears?
Air Station, Municipal No. 1
f Naval Auxiliary '"" AMUSEMENT CALENDAR One time Jesus and His disciples were crossing the
+ Lieut Ccmdr M: P: Merrltt, USNR Sea of Galilee} when a storm arose. It was evidentlya
Commanding Officer MAINSIDK 1\I0\.1t: SCllhDVLK severe storm and the disciples lost their
courageand
Naval Auxiliary Air Station May port ION OF THE CROSS," Frederic March, Claudette Col became fearful. They awakened Jesus who was

Lieut Col \\'Illlam T, Evans. USMC (Ret) bert. Modernised reissue."' sleeping and accused Him of not caring about their
Commanding DetachmentThe Officer Friday-'NIGIIT CLUB GIKL," Vivian Austin, Bill Dunn. A brother safety He saw at once that they had lost control
Marine Aviation and sister arrive in Hollywood for their. thane: but end ii|> sleepIng of themselves. In His answer, we find the answer
Camp Newspaper Service In parked tars. Their opportunity comes' through a columnistwho
JAX AIR NEWS receives we seek to the question "How can we overcome
maletlal Republication I of credited matter ptohlbltedwithout helix them to a night club proprieter. Instead of their act
Jesus
; Department, Ai5 K f'ar1" said, "Why are ye so fearful' How is
permission ot CNS.ur milking a hit, it's the recipe for a new kind of hash that attracts "
it that have faith?
no fearful
42nd St, N. Y, C. ye They were because
t the customers Kventually a food manufacturer makes a deal for they had no faith. Faith is the cure for fear.
the hash, and their act
Morale Builder !'Saturday 1300 show only-"TIGfcK SIIAKK," Edward G. Koblnson.KelMMie. We naturally seek something or someone In whomto
believe Jesus came to lead' us to God to teach us
We think it takes a lot to make us happy, SundayKXPKKIMKNT UII.Ol1S.," Hedy) Lamarr George Brent to have faith in God Faith In God leads us to do

but happiness sometimes depends upon small A young doctor meet and, fails in love' with the wife of 'an Insanely : the job set before us to the best of our ability and
things. It all depends upon the situation. If jealous man whose emotionshave driven him to torture to trust God to take care of the outcome. A man's
in the middle of wealth luxury and her lI1f'ntallyand plot death for those attracted to her The endangered I beliefs ate no good unless they are a part of his
you are I life. It Is not enough to believe In God. WHAT do
live* of the young wife and her son are waved by' the
it takes something exceptional to believe about God f
plenty you Do you believe that He loves
doctor when' in the (climax he rushes them froin the Raw filial\
IxMtet spirit. What in the ordinary run you and is interested in you ? Do you believe that
jour house an the husband die violently In the trap he had created for ,
of things 'would he taken as a matter of the oth..fII.nonds"IU I He is with you ? The life of Jesus Is an ever present! :
testimony to God's
would be a thing of everlasting joy There
course
was warrior
I a of the Jews whose name was
poised and humorous wife of restaurateur Philip Dorn who fulls
to our fighting men on Ll'yte or on the froenfields victim to "blonde fever" and becomes Infatuated with a flirtatious ,I Joshua He faced the same problems Which we face
of the Western front. and golddiggingyoung waitress In his ('ate. Her effortsto today His faith gave him courage to overcome his
A few days ago we were made familiar win back her husband" supply the plot. feais lie heard the Lord say,

with an incident which happened near here.A I Tuesday-"TAHITI NIGHTS," Jinx' Faulkenhtirff. A musital that de- i I "Be strong and of good courage: be not afraid
went through chow line in a i \otees of sarong cutler\ IIa.ndng III tropical setting will enjov. neither be thou dismayed: for the Lord thy God
Navy man a There Is the old but ever new plot of boy and girl l betrothed by their Is with thee whithersoever thou goent"
civilian eating establishment. He got hotsoup I'I, parent, falling In love without knowing who each one is.Wednesdav I I God 'Is still calling men to hale faith In Him so
fried eggs and a few side dishes. While '-"MIK GETS IItlt MY," Joan Davis, Leon rrol.: A that they may be strong and courageous and over-

he was eating his soup the woman in charge comedy with music, starring Joan In heart trouble again. come their feats- _
--'aaif
came over and asked if he would not like to --

hate some hot eggs. Getting a reply in the & "< Navy Radio Programs' '"
'ell lf&-&
with his plate 'tOIM\UNl
affirmative she disappeared > J \ 'J'111'1FDAY-_

only to return a few moments later, not only ::; C?(! ; "Service Tlm," WMBK (CBS: ) 1600-1630

with fluffy, appetizing scrambled eggs but J __ yv........_.' -, Navy Headlines" W'.HIP 1XOVIKIO
a nice cut of ham on the side. She then proceeded _. ; ; "Trained: for >'l l'tor '" WJ\X 1811.1810

to bring that service man a hot cup Just" returned from a flve-ilaj leave In :\lIaml I and visited the ra
toffee. One Sailor lost all hfs had to walk home llo '
of I money n't )-are mfeet > "Vrvlce lime" '
(CBS) 1GOO-16MO/ :
Small service perhaps, service we Used to tired! I,I "Navy :Nests" WJA17VM75,*
take as a matter of course in civilian life, I -- "Navv Hiudliiies""Halls WJIIP 180V1KID
I There are fiftj-seven ways to lose" a horse! rlU't'-JII" horse knewall SATl'IWA
but the boost that this kindness did to a service fiftj-seven. '
of :Monteunia""Meet
man's morale cannot be measured in goodsof --0lie I Yuur Navy" WPIX WJIIP Mut.) 1800-1810
the world. We likewise venture to say that was the only horse I e>er saw* who started from a kneeling S1'NDAY-- (Blue) 19302000WMBK .,

the satisfaction this woman manager of the position.He -- I "Bluejacket tli"|r"Pacific (CBS) JJO. -Jl O'

eating establishment! got in her own conscience WM brave though-he chased all the other horses. around the l\(() ,UA Y-: :siorv" W.J.\\ (NBC) 21HO (M

from this service man hap- field. "1.
making S. :Navy Band""Service WMNIK': ) 30-im
pier was the fullest measute. 0-- Time" WMBK Just! proving our assertion that ciicum- When he passed mj box he Mtid, "Which Nay did they goT" ""1U1l :Nalle, Pianist" WMBK IblD-lulS:
-o- .Na '
stances govern the things it takes to make us I bet two dollars on him and after the race I found out that for \y Headlines"News" WJAX WJIIP 1HIIVIHIO 1150173.5"at' ''

happy. fifty rents more I could have bought the Iiorse. Tl ESIAY"Sort '4

--- -- Ice Ime" WMBIl CBS 1600-1C30 j
WhereTt The fellow who gave me the tip said the horse would win In a "Navv Head I i nen1 WJIIP( ) 180V1HIOM i
Is Due that'll what ha tried to do but .
Credit walk- the other horses ran. 'Sinking: sailor", '.IA\ 181.-11lt! ) 4'nutSU \
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It is easy to knock sometimes difficult to _-4-Sell-now d they match m_>" mink account. I "Sen Ice 'lime" WMBK (CBS: ) 1GK>-1610WJX : ....
i boost. It is an age old failing of man that he --- -- 0- ---1 "Navj' :News" 17W-17H
fellow m Isooarataataclaeac' ae' r. sweated him and gave him all the ":\a\" Headlines >
fellow' until that
does not praise his man wOl'kll:' "'Jill ISl.5-1011)! )!

man has passed away, and cannot enjoy a=: Breeds IJ Sergeant: What did he say'?" -'- \

words of approval voiced on this earth gm Officer: "He rolled over and 2L1 lst7ncrrlWnoor oararlnonanniinnaaumeneues i

As is the practice of all men, be they civilian I g Salty Humor From gg own muttered way!''Yes" dear, have it your g Divine Services {

or service personnel condemnation of Here And ThererJWl7OWWf3OtlWFre7C7ADWL7WOL g *

conditions comes easy. We've heard disapproval "Do you know why an aciobat's vl1ouctitaoutrnan taaunnnLJO0ue9WanCuneiti! ,;
voiced on Navy chow on occasion. We :' life is like a girl n underwear' ProUklknt' Chapel Mu.tl. Read .. think it only fitting that when that chow is Poker Joker "No, why" 07TO-Holy! Communion ;
09:10--Training Center: Ulvlne I .;
with If'r\Ice
I A Texan was playln: poker "
I Bf cause one clip is enough." V tundav
School
who small
.. highly} satisfactory those are responsible } the Britishers just before the re- lW --'il'nt'rlll Divine keivlce.chapel),
for it should receive credit for theiraccomplishments. cent invasion. The Texan drew 1H4V-Vesper sere"lie : :
I I four aces while an Englishman held Professional Touch Required| Culliulie ( lapel: !Mutlin h..J sad Mlrmlmk A.....* \'
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"Darling:, he cried, (H> )-Mass. .I
We haven't had occasion to visit all the a full house The Englishman said, "l's e never loved but the." Oil-MH"( *.
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pound.
Just a
! chow halls on the Station, and cannot vouch I I "hen we must part, ""h.. said"No ( :; )--Mwi
The Texan looked reassuringly amateurs for me." IliaC-Mass: I
for overall conditions but during the past at his hand and replied, 'Ah don't 17trO-Man*,
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few weeks we have eaten several times at I know much about this here English WAVE: "Which would you de- A.nue.I1fI( hrltila. s, tmtt !Services ".ll. B..4 sad bhrnl|k.M

l' building 913. The food was well cooked, carefully I money but if you all bet a sire most in a hUll Land- brains, ,()-- mlll1 chnpel
prepared, and the diet was nicely balanced pound. Ah"'11 Jest call you and raise I wealth 'or appearance 1"Dltlo. and lllrr Itirnilntlimii lUr ,"sainlct mall Chtprl, ,.r.ff .r )fa.tia,

with vegetables cooked and green, you a ton. "Appeaiance, and the 1'MiO-Mutual meeting.1'edneadav)
'... sooner the better" Inlo" "srrilrrt Small Cha|>t'l l (Muslin Road and i3irming-
meats, starches and sweets. Always J.rt'lmr..l| ham Avenup). .

Everybody connected with this chow hall, Officer: "Now, suppose you ale Overheard

from the highest officer down through the on your post one dark night. Suddenly SCKNKThe:: NAB movies.' I From Gill I
student cooks who prepare the food should ':' a person appears from be- Sailor: "Can you" "tall right: er Papers
'hind and wraps two aims around WAVE: "Yes.!
, be proud of their accomplishment. |. you. What will you call then." Sailor: "Is there a draft on There'll be no "celebration" in San Diego, tome
1 Although it's a trifle late we think we're I Sentry: "Let go, honey" you?" V-E Day. War production plants will "'Iay'oo the
>i Voicing the sentiments of all when we express WAVE: "No." job to finish the Jap." Our military bases will continue -
Actuto*._l lo It Sailor) : "Is your neat comfortable ,
appreciation and thanks for the bountiful tn routine iKhedule even Uasco's 11&0 nployceu -
Sergeant: "So you gave the prisoner ? !! will take the f: Kid news In stride without
Christmas and New Years dinners served at I "
WAVE "Yt' .
the third dfgrte : resorting: to war-delaying exuberance and festivity,
1 all points on the Station. Officer: "We beat him and 'Bailor. "Lets Dade seata." ,BhorUi and Flaohet.r .


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VPB2 Awarded Athletic Trophy Sees Florida From Air .


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Fr-\ for WAVES this week. Debate

ban often raged as to whetheror

not feminine civilians would
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care to return to the routine of

home life when the war Is over

_____ What would the WAVES like to
do? If offered the opportunity,

.. at the conclusion! of hostilities, 9

would choose' to remain
T w 1 k *y you In
the service or would you preferto ,,
return to (''\'\\IIal1 life?


Helen M, 'Arnold S2c, Millers-\

port, Ohio. "I joined to help win

the war; but when it's over, I'm

going home and wear bobby BOX 0' }

and hair ribbons anytime and any- f

where I want to" .

Ruth Henry, S2c Lorenzo, Texas. -

"My feet are itching-a gypsyor

lady hobo's life is for me. I'll ,
Captain Herbert K.:Kegan, Commanding Officer, presents placque have a bicycle and airplane. waiting llorlda' from the air was viewed by Captain Mildred McAfee, a*

to Lt. Conulr. Leo ]{. Jensen at ceremonies here Saturday morning. "It for me." she was exported on a tour of various stations In NAOTC by l.t. I

It with a great deal of pride and pleasure that this Commandant's! Celena Mae Mathews, AMM3c, Comdr Edith Stalling Comdr John Baby, NAS Kxecuthe' Officer,

'>"Iorh competition trophy Is presented to VPB2 as an emblem of New Albany, Indiana. "I was and Lieut. Audrey Parker are seeing them off on a "liop."

1'\ the! Hoftball-Admiral's Cup competition for the year 1941," said serving the public before enteringthe ------ --- -- -

/ Captain Regan. "It I Is the aim of the Commanding Officer and the service. I still would like to Legion Of Merit

Yh)sical Training Department, through thiN all year round competition civilian do my part." I think I'd return to Seaman Jean
life.
of the Admiral's Cup, to promote competitive content between ,
teams! representing the various units or divisions on the Station, Helen T," Plriczky, S2c, Cleve- Awarded To Adm.
land, Ohio. Not being in the servIce Tells AboutExperiences
and in thin way, help develop and maintain high morale through
long time I wouldn'tsay
a very ,
recreational sports and con tests. Congratulations:
t | I am tired yet, but after I John H.
think I've done a share bf my work CassadyRear

Pacific Air Heroes Now in the war effort, I'd like bet- '
ter to return to civilian life." Admiral John Howard Cas

Maxine B. Pitts, S2c BJounts- Dear Fran; sady, formerly Chief of Staff and

instructors At NAS Jax town, Florida. "I would not like An unheard-of thing happened Aide, "Air Operational Training

to return to the routine of home vesterdav:- Eleanor. :Mary and I Air Operational Training Head

life. I'd like to stay in the Navy each had an afternoon off, at the quarters" at this Station,has been

The story of how Lt. Robert D. as long as possible. Why can't same time! Quite an accident, andit awarded the Legion of Merit for

Kunkle, Peru, Ind, and Lt Alex we be Regular Navy?" probably won't ever happen outstanding services in the Pacific

ander McInnis, Gainesville\ Fla., Mildred McIntyre SR2c Miami, again, so we had to celebrate. Theatre as Commanding Officerof

PBY instructors at the Jack- clIlIThh ,2; Florida." When the soldier I'm What we decided to 'do was visit the USS Saratoga, according to .
' now engaged to comes back from over- the zoo and look at bears and an announcement by the Navy De. '

sonville\ Naval Air Station, won seas, I'd like to have a home and things In cages. There are timeswe pa rtment,

Navy Crosses for outstanding ] settle down." feel like caged animals, living As Commanding Officer of the '

""""- achievement In the South Pacific VE Gean Cassels. Sic. St. Augustine inside a guarded fence as we do, Saratoga during action against

priay Florida." I'd like to stay in with no liberty cards ever fourth enemy Japanese forces in the Bu-

war zone was released by the Navy for a while, then get out and take day and night but at least we ka-Bonis Area. Bougainville./ Brit-

Department yesterday with the up in the restaurant where I left must admit that we entered our ish Solomon Islands, Rabaul and

combat record of their "Black Cat" off." cage voluntarily. We knew when I New Britain, the citation said-that

squadronVPB52. 9 Margaret Adams AMM3c, South we joined that there would be Admiral (then Captain) Cassady
patrol J
Carolina." Give me the peace and certain restrictions, so why com- "imbued his officers and men witha
Lt. Kunkle, a former Navy enlisted love of home." plain now, I say. spirit of determined offensive
man, won his Navy Cross ; Which is deeper, feminine mod
Nancy Fowler, Sic, Pittsburgh."I've But to tell you about the zoo! action which enabled them to carry
the highest award made by the esty or Navy discipline? met oodles and oodles of the peacocks roam freely about the out vigorous strikes against
outside of the Congressional i A Waves" barracks had problem
a
Navy I most wonderful people and have place, following people, and I pre. heavily defended enemy positions.
Medal for attacking two' like the other night when
of Honor that
had many exciting experiences as sume carrying/ conversation from "As a result of these aggressive
destroyers off the coast of New I a new seaman was assigned to a engagements," the citation .
orderly to Admiral McFall. but- llamas to lions to lynxes in case continued
Britain. Both shore and ship antiaircraft I small office room until bunk space I the 'smoky city' surely did look they have anything to discuss of "the Japanese suffered
could be ananged. Said
new
batteries fired his sea
on I super-elegant at Christmas time." zoo-life. There is a good assort heavy losses in the neutralization
black Catalina as he made his man wrapped herself in a towel of important air bases the
Olive Kinney, Sic, Lake Placid ment of monkeys and apes and in ,
bombing run. Then, when he reached I and splashed merrily in the show. Buka-Bonis Area,
Flotida The WAVES have beena some of those startling gorillas severe damageto /
his target, his bombs failed to : er-and then returned to her room many hostile combatant ships in
good experience in all ways for with blue and red on their noses
release Back he went a second to find the door had swung to. and I Rabaul Harbor, and the destruction
I me but want to return to a nor and long doleful-looking faces.
time, despite the heavy enemy fire, locked. mal of numerous aircraft.
life of a woman. Men were teasing them, trying to
and this time scored a probable' ;.Naturally, the Key haw pro- Helen Ruth Lee Chicago "Rear Admiral Cassady's indomitable .
eUtlently AMM3c make them mad, a seemingly typical
but Itns I
I' duced at -
hit on one of the destroyers. once,
skate and Illinois. "After the war I'd action of some people when fighting spirit and gallant

Besides the Nay Cross, Lt. I wouldn't a work rusty Frantic key rails to prefer to return to civilian life. they visit animals, which I've J devotion to duty throughout contributed

Kunkle also hold the DPC for I'd like to do a lot of travelingover never been able to understand or In large measure to the
Public Works brought the distressing -
safely returning a battered air the U.S.A and later have a condone. We walked quickly past success of our forces then occupying
plane back to his base after a : news that the key man quiet home life" that scene and tried to cheer up new bases in the Northern

iHtmlilng} mission In the Mis- had long since secured and gone Rosanna Hemphill, S2c West the elephant with remarks and Solomon Area."
hump to Jacksonville,
man'k Sea area. Chester, Penn, and Mildred Jean peanuts. But it was a very sad Rear Admiral Cassady grad.

Lt, McInnis won his Navy Cross' Willing and eager mates tiled McHenry. S2c, South Charleston, and lonely elephant, caring for uated from the U. S. Naval Academy .

for sighting and attacking large screwdrivers, pliers, nail files-but Ohio. "We would surely stay in ,' neither of our contributions, just II in 1918. He earned his wingsat

Japanese convoy between Rabaul the door was as stubborn as a the Navy after the war if we couldbe dozing; there by its fence swingingits Pensacola in 1928 and served

and Kavieng on the night of Decent -' new Ensign. sea-going sailors instead of 'I trunk and swooshing a little with air units based on the Saratoga
Sympathetic stand-bys fixed up land-lubbers!J" dust over its shoulders occasional for the next two years. Ha
19, 1943. As soon as he beganhis
approach heavy antiaircraftfire the WAVE with spare pajamasand B. E. McAllister. Y3c Staten ly. I wonder how many years it assisted with the fitting out of the

opened up. Aimed straight an "on leave" bunk, but the Island. "New York U a nice placeto has been since It saw any other U.SS. Ranger and went aboard
up
burning question remained: How be from at this time, but when elephant. How its ears must yearn I her when she was commissioned
I it "lesembled a football goal post,
was she going to work without her in 1934. He also served with the
but Lt. Mclnnis flew directly this is over I'll be happy to go for the sweet sound of its own
uniform? Mental pictures were in." U.SS. Langley.
bark Don't fence me language.
through the bursting flak low
so envisioned of the chaos that would From 1937 to 1939 he As-
Elizabeth S. Hughes, Sic, Grosse mill was
the
Until I tossed into
that his altimeter indicated zero. result if she showed up in her uniform Pointe "Life in the was sistant Naval Attache at the
Michigan.
of the Navy with girls from all
: ,
Besides their individual decorations of the day consisting solely Navy is wonderful but after the I realized United States Embassy in Rome
the country hardly
over ,
both Lt. Kunkle and Lt. Mc- of one riot-too-large bath towel. war I'd love to return to my housekeeping what difference speech makes Oh Italy, returning to this country to
Innis wear the Presidential Unit I Finally\ a strong soul picked upa ." aid in the fitting out of the U.SS.
Citation ribbon for the commendation -I phone and railed the chief to Virginia M. Burns S2c Philadelphia grammar, of course: everybodylikes Wasp

said
correctly,
to hear things
that was given their squadron explain she might be a bit late' "Civilian life for me after but I don't mean that, exactly. Born in Spencer. Indiana Rear
for In In for duty-and
destroying or disabling more mustering the war." Admiral Cassady's usual addressis
actual dialect there'san
than
More ,
J than 90,000 tons of Japanese warships when the chief heard why, lie 22 North Main Street in that
:Mazzacella S2c difference in tone
Irene Chicago Indefinable
I and merchantmen from Midway agreed to overlook the tardl- city. Rear Admiral Cassady and
"Yes, I'd like to remain in the speed, and emphasis that makes
\ .+t Island to the Bismarck Sea. HPMS-lie probably had some his wife, Mrs. Sallie Dold Cassady,
service Right now I'm lookingforward the same words sound entirely
) During the months of November mental pictures too.
,1 voices are now residing in the Pall Mall
to going overseas changed when spoken by
and December, 1943f when the Bis- Sooo-discipline is strong, but Apartments. 1112 16th St.'North-
Arlene Agnes Grosses, S2c, New from east, northeast, west, or
marck Sea, between Rabaul and so is femininity! On second Waterford, Ohio. "I would like south. It's fun to know friends west, Washington, D. C., while he
Kavieng, was the focal point of thought\ we can't exactly see a big I U performing his present duties as
to remain in the Navy for certain from all around, but I observe that
the U. S. Pacific offensive, the brawny sailor reporting for duty Assistant Deputy Chief of Naval
but if they could not be when folk choose steady compan
aquadion's airmen than clad la Lamour either!! After reasons Operations Air). Navy Department
1 won mare a attained I'd prefer civilian life, ions they're likely to be from the -
125 decorations in addition to the all the Waves know how to whistle .
,
working in an office, typing, filing, same state, If not a closer locality I ,
unit citation. ------ "flf-- -
too and the other things that RO withit than that.Captain.
Vl'Il-5'! Is one of the widest s. ," McAfee visited the station No More Doctors '

1'ISV squadrons In the XaIt CommercialsFOIt Robert M. Chapman, S2c, Chi last week and talked to all of

i waged. war against Ntt/l submarines 1j SATE cago. "Returning to civilian life us at a meeting She is Indeed an Needed In ArmyWASHINGTON

j from Natal, Brazil; Bermuda Nursery chair and genuine streamlined would be a problem. My worries 'inspiration and a woman for all CNS The
( ) -
and the 1'anama Canal Taylor Tot baby stroller-walker. Will the alarm look I walk
1 would begin again: women to up to. with
Both like new. '13. J. D. Hoiak, SpS) Army has discontinued recruiting
before
Zone mot log Into the I'a-
? What dress shall I wear? than In the Navy
3r. Phone G.16 go off more pride ever I civilian physicians, but the Navy
rltlc theater to continue the to furniture for ?" blue uniform for she
I
Will sell house buyer&b What shall have supper knowing need"
still has an "uigent for
fight against the Japanese, from House furnished Redwood approximately
"
paily
Mary McMillan. S2c, Boston. "I wears it too.Scuttlebutt. "
..
bases St., South Jacksonville, contact Major 3000< medical officers;
in :Midway, the Johnston
Guinea Lundln. itl: No. 84*'). would like to remain in the service (gossip to you) has I and its recruitment program will
Islands, New the SulomUII'4 drawers. 4923Dundee I have met of the
seven some
highboy
Maple as it that several transfers to Washington
be continued. There are about 47.500 ,
the Admiralties and make Road. Contact Mr Corcoran, nicest girls since I've been in. I Carol's -
have through.
come / physicians on duty with the
K\t. No. 788.
urlng IX months In the PiulflcV1M1.VJ
Maple bedroom suite. Chest of drawer have 'also traveled, which I never I been hoping for one; not I, how. Army, fewer than 13.00O with the
carried out night "lllark *' vanity, bed mattress, imlngj and did when I was a civilian"Pauline ever, I want to stay right here- Navy Chairman Paul V. McNutt ,
Cut" attacks, anil-sub patrols, night table. In excellent condition, >75.IJn T. Reeger, S2c, Chicago ,
Cumberland Road. as long as Bill does anyway of the War Manpower Commission -
air-sea rescue missions and pa- Including tlr s. "I'll make sure my curiosity Love,
Prewar Rlrls bicycle revealed. .
trols.Sailor. In very good I't'AA11. ,00. Contact Mr. doesn't get the. best of me again!" Jean. .%.-_ ___.....T t i.
Moore K\t. NIV' --- ---. ',=<- .
ii .4 'A'II1'tn! : -----i- Die-
In A A Royal Remington portable type- \n)body Want $5,000,1)00' ? 13 Japs ,
> F.atln
' Hurry, writer lt7tr CHI*. Contact V. Wen.Wlederholt. San Diego Cal! (CNS -
AOMJc. Barrack M lower; Washington (CNS-) The Vet- in a restaurant Joshla Smith felt 1 For Every Yank
So He Swipes A Cab' Telephone, C70 erans Administration disclosed something hit him in the face. H*
For n..ntTwrooReCrklenry 'r- that it has J25.00'),<)')0 going begging PACIFIC (CNS) Thirteen-for.
cheek
;U,*> month. .k 50 put his hand to his and 'It
S NEW YORK (CNS-When a aRe apartment : Per > In
11an cop spotted a sailor driving a taxi block off Roosevelt It'way. Phone :J.'I"IGI! ) of World War I. was about to call a waitress and Pacific Latest reports show that _
cab\ with another sailor in the Wilt shire arwrtment. Call Mrs, U. S. have killed ab least
rear he stopped the cab, arrested Beardsworth, 9-hW. Ml! : Parish PUee, Rlven.lo>' Manor, complain when' he discovered that troops
,
Two room Pr fec working Mu' (fie. WIN) week the "blood" was ketchup spurtedby 2TTf)() Jap soldiers, while) there
.tlie sailor. -"I was In a hurry to get i llIr' cash for an.yllnr1\ of MCNodded fatali
Available Wixlneiwlav, 1J( January, Mrs. pay a a' overzealous neighboring, hive been 21,000 American:
to Brooklyn," the driver explained."So Wilkinson, 2121 DHIwwd AvItoom urgently\ Contact Machinisttlchardson. I ties. .
I swiped the cab." foe rent, contact F, A. Sus, But Ni 'n), t


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RUNWAY Georgia Bulldogs Invade Fliers Friday i



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ft' I- Floats Thru The Air With The Greatest of Ease Fliers Lose First ..


fed ---_.._ Battle Of Season 1),,qt


I By Bernard Kahn, Y3c Coast Guard, CombinesTwo I

Teams To Produce
Sports wouldn't be the '

amusingly fickle jade she is !4, Brilliant 43-39 Win

if surprising upsets did not n Y
happen. Things like Colum- Still stinging from,their first de. Li.
feat of the season JacksonvilleNaval
4
bia's victory in the 1934 Rose Air Station's Fliers will at-

Bowl classic, Wilmer Allison's tempt to regain their winning .1I,1!
defeat of Fred Perry, and St. stride on the hardwood Friday" r

Louis Browns winning the night when the University of Geor.. ,It!
gia Bulldogs come to the Main. "
pennant just this past season side Auditorium. .

\ arrest our interest and perhaps Coach Elmer Lampe's Georgia '.

Y that's why papers give nearly capers are led by Ross Shoity)
as much space to sports as to Maddox, an elongated center who "" ,
everything important that happens paced the Bulldogs last year. The
in the world.In main event is scheduled at 1900
other fields the unexpecteddoes and it will be preceded by a preliminary .
not occur so often, but in shindig: matching the
sports astounding outcomes are WAVES Station team against' the
forever driving strong men to NAR Civilian cuties.
drink. Of course, after each big The Fliers face another stern 'I)
:
t upset nearly every gpy you meetat test this coming week when they
the corner bar will admit he 8C entertain the fast Lawson Field

knew it all along and modestly five from Ft. Kenning, Ga., Tues
} confess that he had a nice wageron ( ; day.

the surprise winner, but not at By whipping the hitherto undefeated ,!,
f many of them are treating the Miami Naval Training Cen.

house.Surely if you've followed the ter Tars last Saturday, 63-53, the "
Fliers extended their
victory chain !
headlines the
during
sports
page
to 10 games in a row. However,
last decade, you must remember :;
that Jimmy Braddock was goingto all good things must come to an "
j be slaughtered when he fought end and the Station's winning a:
Max Baer for the world's heavy streak was no exception. s sAn
weight championship in 1935. all-star combination team
,
Baer was a cinch to knock the everlasting comprised of the best players from
byjeepers out of the ob- both St. Augustine and Jackson. Y
scure challenger. Hadn't Brad- ville Coast Guard Stations admin.istered t
dock lost to a 170-pound light the first licking to the J
t heavyweight by the name of Martin f Fliers Tuesday night by 43-39. The ;..;;
/ Levandowski just a little more trio of St. Augustine cagers in
than a year before the title bout the Coast Guard starting lineup
How could anyone expect him to accounted for 29 of their team's 'l
pluck the crown from the bizarre v 43 points.
Baer's brow? It was a fast paced game and at ,
Well, Braddock whipped Max the outset all signs pointed to a .:
Baer and became the world's : I runaway for the CG's. The Coast
champ and the "Cinderella :Man' Leo Klier takes off like a kangaroo as he leaps under the basket and sinks a field goal for the Guard collegiate and professionalstars
of boxing Miami Naval Training Center Tars In last Saturday's scrap with the Station Fliers. Klier, a former shot into a 10-0 lead before
And Martin Levandowskl, nowa standout !star for Notre Dame, gave a circus performance with his leaping antics and he scored 18 you could say "Pearl Harbor" The
navy lieutenant and this Station's points, but the fast Fliers won by 63 to 53. Other players In the picture are Charles Hunsinger, Flier Fliers were badly off form, miss-
new boxing coach, says guard (who is in front of slier), Tommy Thompson, Miami, and Dave Kaiser, Flier forward. ing shots, left and right, and the .
"Jim Braddock was a much better Coast Guard led by 2M8 at halftime ,
fighter than he was given ,

credit for being." Unveil Revised Station Golf Course In the last half the Fliers set
Lt. Levandowski was in the tled down somewhat and kept
squared ring at Seaplane Point whittling away at the CG's lead as
when we found him. He was Bill DeMars, Charlie Hunsinger,
weaving and bobbing and throw- Sunday; Officers Play Enlisted Men Don Gothier and Joe Trosper finally -
ing a wicked left hook at an image
found the of the bas.
foe for the edification of range
a inary group of mechs, who were receiving Primped, powdered and manicured, the revamped Naval Air Station golf course will make ket With less than two minutes
class instructions in the its formal debut Sunday afternoon.The remaining to play, the Fliers
pulled into 39-39 tie when Tros-
manly art of self defense. veil will be removed from the revised links this Sabbath at 1300 when officers and per sank a free a throw. It broughtthe

However in the, the professional lieutenant ring hasn'tbeen for enlisted men clash in a two-ball, best ball event. Each match will count three points. crowd of 1,200 roaring to its

nearly 11 years. He adopted box The_ Sunday_ competition. marks the first tourney_ to. be played on the nine-hole course feet.The Coast Guard All-Stars
ing as a business in the depression since Jack Harvey, br(A'Jc, an experienced professional, Began repulsed -
and fought 70 pro bouts from the task of reconstructing it. Lieut. Comdr. Lawrence the game challenge, how ,
1930 to 1934. During the courseof : Bowling Boss I ever, when Joe Muffoletto) sure,
his pugilistic career he swapped laskell, Station Athletic and Welfare Officer, personally tookan swift and shifty St. Augustine
punches with four fighters who' interest in the expanded golf program and made possible forward, pumped In. two field

became world's champs, Braddock, the improvements, which includes lengthening of the links letto goals in rapid fire order. Muffo-
an Independent from
Maxie Rosenbloom, George Nichols eager
and Bob Olin.Levandow by some 1,100 yards, enlargement of the greens and gen- Gar)', Ind., piled up a total of 18
kl first met Braddock eral combing, currying and dressing up. Par is now 35 for points during the evening:

In 1933 at Chicago and he the nine holes.In However, six-foot-five Gifford

lost a 10-round decision. How the inaugural tourney, the officers will be represented Rioux of St. Augustine won thelion's
ever, later In the year they share of the plaudits for the
return match at St. I by a number of topflight club- CG's. Rioux of
staged/ a Archie Carter J. Edwards former University .
Louis and Levandowski won the swingers. The team lists Lt, (jg) BM2c;, Billy CSpA Reed); Y2c; Illinois ace, played a whale of an J

verdict. Theodore Lenczyk, a par-buster; Frank Floyd SpA)2c( ; Baron Ab- all-around game for the victors,
"In that first fight with Braddock Lt. (jg) Sutherland, .an ex-pro; rahams SClc; J. Danielson, BM Intercepting passes, controlling the
I found out that he could ball off the board repeatedly, feed.
2c and others.
Lt. Don Faurot Lt. Jim Tatum ;
really throw that right hand of Ing his teammates and helping set
his," recalls Levandowski with agrin. Lt. Marty Karow, Lt. Raymond A full winter schedule of tournaments up numerous scoring plays as wellas

"He let me have it in the Forsberg, Comdr. Paul Goad, Lt. has been booked for the his being the steadying Influ- .;
first 10 seconds of the course, assuring golf of a major ence the .
opening few times the CG's
T. R. Close, Chaplain D. F Mullen -
place in the sports here. .
round and after that I had no program e showed signs of, going wild, Rioux
more eye than a ground mole, Lt. (jg) W. H. Gambill, Lt. All Naval personnel interestedin also bucketed five field .
"When we fought at St. Louis, I George Wiegand, and Lt. (jg) J, golf have the privilege of using contributing factor goals.A to the '\IA\'
won. But Braddock scaled only H, Long. The enlisted men's team the course without charge. Clubs Fliers' failure was the absence of "U
about 185 then and he put on Includes Harvey, former pro at the may be checked out at the links three veteran
varsity players-
weight later. I learned a lot about Cohasse Country Club, South clubhouse by divot diggers from Gordon Hodde
Braddock in that fight and I remembered Bridge, Mass.; William Branden- the Mainside. Golf balls are also I who is hospitalized starting with guard,,
it when they said he berg. AMM2c; John Stewart, I available for play on the Station of malaria Gil Brown a recurrence 6' 3"
didn't have a chance against Baef. AMM2c; Glenn Hart, CSpA( ); i course. I forward, who did; not show, up;
--- -
I was supposed to be a pretty fair and Bill
Simpson, aggressive cen-
puncher and I hit Braddock over t
the heart with everything I had Station Golden Gloves Boxing Continued On Page Set'enMunicipal

but he kept right on coming in. -a- :'J
He had a world of courage, did
Tournament Next Month
Opens
Braddock. I .
When Baer signed to fight The- -- No.1 1 & 1
Braddock a year later, Levandowski So you wanna fight, eh Bub bowling program at the
didn't pick Jim to win, but Then enter the 1K45! Station boxing to winners and silver gloves to the Mainside alleys Is now under the Lee Lead League ;

he did entertain a healthy respectfor tournament for Golden Gloves. runnersup. direction of Lt. Raymond I).

the challenger The tourney opens early next Glovers who want to sharpen up Reeves, above, who reported here Lee Field and Jax Municipal No.
"I thought he had a chance," I month with eliminations in all. their punching for the tourney will recently from NAS Norfolk. 1 are running neck and neck in
Lieut. lie
weights. Martin Levanlowski.
explains! Levandowskl. "Jim was find complete training facilities front of the for lead in
pack the
1
a better than average boxer, a Station boxing coach, will available at the Point and the Pa- Is a former athletic ace at Uav- the NAOTC Intra-Station basketball -

fast puncher, and he could hit direct order the meet.In to match. the! contenders villion. Instructors will be presentto lor. league with five wins and one
plenty hard with that straight there offer a helping hand. Rolling in the officers'!> league loss each.
as evenly as |possible,
y right. And he had //1uhl. Ilewasn't will be two flights In each weight. The application entry blanks for the Admiral's Cup and In the. The fast Lee five beat NAGS
a picturesque fighter and division, one of boys who have will be published in the Jax Air enlisted men's this past week, 55 to 41, while the
league for
he wasn't flashy, but he was a the
News next week. Municipal
courtmen
fought/ In the ring before and tripped upft}\,
determined guy who could takeit Commanding Officer's Cup will Lake ;
5 another for those who are strictly -- City 41 to 38. The Jax NAS 3)"B" ,
and dish It out." liner learnedIt novice beginners.All start on the resurfaced .Mainside string trimmed :Majport, 65 to
the hard way. enlisted personnel attached Hole In OneEnsign alleys Monday 12, and Cecil Field knocked off St.

the Braddock. Incidentally, Is also in to the Main Station are eligible! to R S, Spencer of this --''Al i --._ Simons Island, 4 5to 30. The stand-
captain.Levondowski's service. now. He is an army participate in the fisticuffs. The : Station Joined golf's hall of fame Lee Cagers whip FloridaLee ings:

early eliminations will be run offat I Saturday by shooting a hole in Field \v. 1... Pet,
k he kayoed Bob Olin ring in record six: rounds shows, Seaplane Point and the Pavil- one at Hyde Park links in Jax knocked) off the capers:University last Thursday of Flor Lee Municipal Field No. 1 5 5 1 .833.MJ:

and it was the first knockout Olin lion while quarter-finals, fceral-fl-! Spencer aced the 140-yard sixth ida Gatois, 67 to 47. The Navy St, Simon of 2 MM
nals and the finals will be staged hole with a No. 7 iron. He Was courtmen Lake City 3 :3 ..500.BOO p
ever cuffeied. Bob later trailed
became by 27-24 at halftime .
before Victory Smoker crowds, playing with Ensign C. W. Runnels but they wiped out the fefcS""strln* 2- 4- .333
g Continued on Page Seven Golden Gloves will be presented ) and ,Lt, Comdr M L Lowe. cit in the final stages of the battle.defi CVclt Field] 2 4 ,333
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i Marines Look Fliers Battle Lose Of Season First Played Big Part In War !!ond.D ive I


Good I in Cage Continued From Page Six

,1 ter, who was on flying duty Tuesday
night. Coach Sax Elliot hopesto

Loop Opener have Simpson and Brown back

1, in the lineup tomorrow against

I) ,,, The Marine Fighters showed Georgia .
;:j plenty savvy in entnr rounds It was Trosper who could not .
t ,qq of the Station Major leagu by miss as the Fliers felled the Miami
t peeling off a pair of wins. Capt. Tars Saturday. The little Oklahoma

Tom Mann's Leatherneck cagers City forward, who was
i! upset A & R, 25-18, and Personnel cold against the -Coast Guard, was
I X-l, 30-13. hot as a blow torch against Miami.
'f .1' Main Galley also won a duet of He netted 27 points to steal the .es"i

games, lacing VM, 18-9, and Sal spotlight from the Miami quintet
vage, 277. VF-5 defeated Person which was also unbeaten.
\ nel X-l, 29-13, and Marine Bar Leo Klier, Notre Dame star,
racks, 26-13. Seaman Guard kept Johnny Lujack, another Irish ace,
space by felling Salvage, 26-6, and George Andres of Indiana and
VPB, 19-15. The Boathouse axed George Connor of Holy Cross
Dispensary 15-12: and .Docks-Fer turned In excellent Jobs for the
ties 32-4. Miami Tars. Klier piled up 18

The teams that won two games points, but it was Trosper's night.
provided an early line on the
Coast Guard 43j Fliers 39
strength of the contenders in the ; ,
:Major loop. Coast Guard FO. FfT IT.
In the Minor circuit, VPB beat Pink. f. 1 0 2
MuffolcttO, f. 7 4 18
.. .
Personnel X-l, 30-28, and Seaman I Iy Dulaney, f. 0 0 0
) Guard, 20-13; Ship's Service de Rloux,g. 5 0 JO
Muhl. 5 1 7
t" feated Parachute Loft, 18-15, and Williams, ,. 3 0
.,.i.'' ;Marine Barracks, 24-16; VPB No. ..!
" (, 3 licked A & R, 21-12, and Corsairs Totals tW. rl. 43J ""',"JIIiI u 1 Wlilu i5'C3S'ttax wsrr73-efvs7.N'etxenouvwnaa,IO'i.. 41varww.a2-!
.\-. ., by forfeit; and the Boathouse Tiosper.>rkrt>n\lll t. NAS 4 1 IT.9 Captain Herbert E. Regan, commanding officer, Saturday presented citations to members of \'J'IU
..! for the In recent Pearl Harbor > "
Airciewmen, 25-9. They were the Gothler, c. 3 1 ,7 said Captain Regan, ")'our squadron bought more bonds for rash than any other squadron or department
only entries to capture two games. DeMarg.Lerkonby,g.c, 5 1 0 0 30 2 on the Station. This was due largely to jour efforts during this drive I congratulate you all on

Only one game was played in the Hunslnger, g. 3 1 7 a job well done, and am pleased to present these citations as a token of the patriotic cooperation and
I Officers league, and VPB took it I outstanding; service rendered by you during this driv e. Reading from left to right, those in the picture-
:' by dropping' NAOTC for a 42-33 Totals Personal fouls Kaiser 4, 18 Leckonby 3 39 2 above are: Lt. Edward M. Shannon, Lt. Philip Troth, Lt. (Jg) Kenjon P. Stafford, Ens. Jerome Emer,
count DeMars 2, Rloux 3, Muffoletto 2, and Chief Henry B. Campbell, Capt. Regan, Warner Drake, 12c, William R. Ward, Y3c, Walter B.' Galle-
.--*- Trosper.Free gher, ART2c and Robert E. VanCleve, Y 3c.r. .
throws missed: Df'Mar.3. Rioux
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0/ The Runway 1 sooner Officials. Shearer (Florida) And Close Excellent Books Quiz Contest Former ChaplainAt

Continued From Page Six (Iowa).

lifChtheavy kingpin. Slapsle :Maxie Fliers, 63; Miami, 53 May Be ObtainedIf ANSWERS: NAS Jax Now
Rosenbloom gained two decisionsover The summary: (QUESTIONS PRINTED ON
the Station coach. Miami Tarn-- FO. IT. TP.
"Rosenbloom Klier. f. 7 4 18 PAGE 3))
was the hardest You Want 'Em At NorfolkLt.
Thompson, f. 2 N.OB
2 6
fellow to fight that I ever ran Barber, t. 2 0 4 1. Tulsa 26, Georgia Tech 12j;
into" says the fivefooteightcoach. Peterson, f. 0 0 0 Southern California 25, Tennessee
) "He was unorthodox> : and Connor Holstead., c 4 2 10 Perhaps you haven't had much 0; Oklahoma Aggies 3, Texas Comdr. John J. O'Neill (CC),

never did anything like the book Andre, g.g 5 1 0 1 10 3 time for reading during the recent 1 0; Oklahoma/ Aggies 34, Texas formerly attached to this Station,

said". it should or would be done." Lujack, g. 1 0 2 holiday period, but now that Christian 0; Duke 29, Alabama 26. is now at the U. S. Naval Hos-

world's George 175-pound Nichols who became the Totals 22 "9 53 things are back on an "even keel" 2. Leyte, the conquest of which pital, NOB, Norfolk, Va., and was
champ, TKO'd was recently announced com the recent subject of an articlein
as
.J..k80n\'lIIe check
Lt, Levandowskl 1934 and J'O. ST. TI' perhaps you'd like to up on
that
Kaiser / 2 1 S pleted by General Douglas Mac- THE LOBLOLLY, Station newspaper -
some of the books you have
marked his exit from the resin ), 11 5 27 Arthur. .
patch. "I knew it was time to Gothler. c 1 0 2 missed, and a good way to do It
quit," he said. Simpson, c 2 1 >? is use the Station Library. 3. Ruth Hanna McCormick "Lt. Comdr. John J. O'Neill,
I>*1ari, g. :i 0 10 Simms, daughter of Ohio's MarcusA. Catholic Chaplain, recently assigned -
A native of Ann Arbor Mich., HunHnper, 6 2 14 Some books of special interestto
Levandowski attended Western Leckonby. l' the Navy-minded and the air- Hanna. to this hospital, served as

State Teachers and the Universityof Totals minded, are found there-for instance 4. At Ponte Vedra Beach Florida Base Chaplain at Guadalcanal from
Michigan before he donned the Personal fouls: 27 Thompson 963 I "Air Gunner," by Sgt. Bud approximately 22 miles south- January, 1943, until shortly before
militant mittens in 1930. When 4. Andres 3, Lujack KJIors'te 3, Connor Hutton and Sgt. Andy Ronoey, anda east of Jacksonville arriving here. When he arrived at
he retired from 2. Simpson 3. Gothler 3. HunslngerTCU Life of Oliver Hazard Per- Guadalcanal it was an island con
the ring he returned 2, Kaiser: trouper, new 5. Edward R. Stettinius.
DeMars and Leekonby quered, but in difficult straits for)
to the : A, II. Fenton.
Michigan boxing Free by
as throws missed: KaIser 3, Tros- ry 6. James Byrnes.
the had
Americans. 'We little
coach for) the Wolverines and pet 2, liunslnger S, book P. A. very
ersl2n Connor The new by "F. ,
2, Kller and 7. Paris. then for the entertainment of the
he remained in that post for eight "Nods Becks will appeal to
Officials > and ,
z Then Levandowski : Speerman ( ) and Carter 8. They don't mind it a bit. In troops and we were afraid morale-
years. enteredthe (Auburn). many faithful listeners to "In- '
fact the drone of the would sag, the priest said, but
Navy and he was assigned to -i- formation Please" and David L. engine
Glenvlew NAS for two years priorto Cohn's "Combustion on Wheels"is makes them sleepy. Dogs: how- through some salesmanship be was
recently reporting here Informal of the ever, like to stick their heads out able to provide for moving pictures
history automobile
Kane Heads an into the windstream whenever and said LOBLOLLY.
Although Letamlowskl hung Navy age, told with somethingof possible a library,
,-g9 up the gloves before the ring the charm which he impartedto "Chaplain O'Neill recalls 125
took Its inevitable( toll, he knows Air Athletics his "The Good Old Days," in 9. Gracie Allen. To be strictlyaccurate actual bombings during his stayon
that few fighters quit while the which American life and manners Grace Ethel Cecile Rosa. the mallaria Infested Island

quitting Is good and he would Comdr. William R. Kane, USN, were viewed through the pages of lia Allen, Mrs. Nate Birnbaum. Only the ravages of malaria returned -
not recommend pro boxing as a of San Rafael. Calif., has been appointed the Sears and Roebuck catalogues 10. The entire Dutch fleet, Ice- the Chaplain to the

career to any young man. "But head of the Naval Aviation of many past years. bound in the Zuider Zee. was cap- states. Since then he has had
boxing as a sport serves a fine Physical and Military Training "V'omen and Men, by Arram tured by the French Hussars who four attacks of malaria, hospitalizing
purpose, especially| for men going Program the frozen him on each occasion.While .
succeeding Comdr) Scheinfeld, author of "You and galloped across sea.
into battle," declares the veteran Frank Wickhorst. USNR, who has Heredity," is a scientific but thoroughly I This occurred in 1795, with the stationed at this bomb
"There is a lot 'to be said for reported for duty at sea. readable study of the phy- result that the Netherlands government shattered island he spent many
boxing as a sport in the service," Comdr Kane came to Washing. sical, mental and emotional dif collapsed and Hollandwas long weary hours in his ruggedfox
h. Levandowski says emphatically. ton to assume his new duties after ferences between two halves of the I forcibly allied to France hole while the Jap planes
"It has definite psychological as mapy months of combat in the human world. I -"=!.- were attacking. lie says 'the.
well as physical value. You should Pacific where he headed the "Grim rats in fox holes were more annoying
see some of those kids when they Reapers" squadron, won the Navy Then there are some good novels President Approves at times than the Jap
too. "Young 'Un" by Hubert Bestis .'
first report for boxing classes. Cross plane*
received two DFC's and a as far as the Station Libraryis Sales Of Crude Oil
They lack confidence, they'reSCarfa Presidential Unit Citation. "Prior to his entrance in the
concerned) a first book and so
and uncertain. You take The Commander was an athleticace are "Back Dawn" by Theda Ken- The President has approved the Navy in November, 1941, Chap
them, show 'em the rudiments of at Annapolis in 1930-31-32, a story of reconstructiondays execution by Acting Secretary of lain O'Neill served at St. Mich
self defense, work with 'em and standing out in football, wrestlingand yon "Scarlet Lily," by Edward the Navy. Ralph A. Bard of con- ael's Parish, in Philadelphia. Pa.
teach 'em how to handle them track. He was then knownas F. Murphy a novel based on the I tracts with the Union Oil Companyof He has served at the NTS USMC
selves and fight with their fists "Killer" Kane.Command life of :Mary Magdalene and California, Shell Oil Company, Base, Destroyer Base, and the Na
and you see these same kids gain val Air
all
Station at
-i- Incorporated General Petroleum San Diego,
< "Chedworth" by R. C. Sheriff,
confidence. And boxing teaches Corporation of California, the Calif, also NAS Jacksonville, Fla.,
known as the author of the play
boys how to coordinate the use of Of SportsComdr. "Journeys End." Texas Company, Richfield Oil and Noumea, New Caledonia."He .
their feet, hands and head all at
the same time." James J, Tunney has Old friends among the writersare Corporation, and The Mohawk Petroleum graduated from St. Jos
been appointed special assistantto Corporation for the sale eph's Prep School, class of '21 and
represented by John R. Tunis '
As boxing coach here. Lt. Levandowski by the Navy of) approximately 8- St. Charles'
Vice Admiral Randall Jacobs, Seminary 1927, withan
I'
\\ : t with a new sport story, "Yea,
intends to cultivate interest 000,000 barrels of crude oil. This AB
. chief of naval personnel, with Wildcats," and Mazo de la Rocfce degree, and finally the
y in the class
game through oil is the estimated total production Catholic University 1928 S. T. B.
complete charge of Navy physical with the latest Jalna book, thoughit I ,
., instructions and the cream of the
for the account of the Navy Washington D. C.
training, Tunnev. a former heavyweight ,
is early in, chronology and is
crop will represent the Main Station
from the Elk Hills Naval Petrol-
prize fighter, previouslyheld : His hobbies classical and
called "The Building of Jalna. are
on a varsity team to be
organized Reserve for the six months
the title of "officer in eum
charge semi-classical
music, tennis horse
,
this winter. The fun It is hardly necessary to mention
period ending 30 June, 1945.
physical training section of the back
starts when the fur begins to fly. the new Gardner book called, riding and swimming.A10T1IER .
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bureau of His old The six purchasers
personnel. post "The Black-Eyed Blonde" possess refining -
: : will be taken by Lt Comdr. C. M --iii- capacity immediately available -
Any hay Mar Bond Farrington former .George Washington to supply the needed militaryand BOND MEANSA

Y, { f i.". Bye, Are or freedom U. athletic director BUY, BUY WAR BONDS naval products. QUICKER VICTORY


&; ::: Male Call: by Milton Caniff, creator of Terry and.the Pirates"_- Air-Ground Co-operation .


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Pag .,Eight CIVILIAN JAX AIR ;NEWS NEWS 11 January, 1945



Civilian Employees' News. I COLD FACTS FROM A AND R PLANT DIVISION I


Editorial Offices Uy Walter Itlvlero ,

Personnel Telephone Relations Extension Office,8885 Bldg. 13 This week our column will spotlight They Make Their Own Weather I

The Civilian Employees' News, a two-page section of the Sax Air equipment operated by the I'I
Air Conditioning Group, in the A
News, is devoted reporting the news of the Naval Air Station's
the & R Plant] Division. This section is
and !Is sponsored by
Civilian Employees
I'
; manned by a team of 18 civilian
I t'l, Employees' Association for Civil Service Employees employees, 3 WAVES and 1 enlisted 'I

,; Officer man, operating 21 hours per
William O. Klncald, President Phillip D. Myers,!'Treasurer;

Polly Vetter, Secretary day.Few the
Directors persons realize tremendous ,
Mell C. Jackson equipment installations required -
Martin
George H.
Woods to provide air that Is "COI1ditlQned"
Donald\ A.
Frank H. McKinley
for specific industrial applications .
M. McDuftte
Kenneth
D, Myeis
Phillip William O. KlncaU as well as human necessity -
Daniel R. Whlddon
Polly Vetter within the Assembly and
Repair Plant. Exclusive of the sev-
J News Importing Staff eral office areas that are summer

Assembly and Repair: air-conditioned, the total output of f ; I Iz3

Maintenance I .............................................................-...Walter Riviere units serving shop areas all year
Accessories .....................................................................W. T, Martin 'round would equal twelve thousand -
Metal and Machine...........-.....Delma E. Register, "Slim" Hyler ((12,000) household or domestic -

. \\y. Engine Overhaul ........................................................Lillian Lindsay refrigerators. The water used ,
Progress ...................._..................:.......................................Tom Quinn dally to cool refrigerants in these !I
! r Aircraft Overhaul.........................._..............."......Amelia Drawdy systems would be more than;/ s ,.
. Interim Overhaul...........................................................Laura Adams enough to supply 1000 families t i I
Production Eng. ............??.?...............................................Don Ragln with all, the "Aqua-Pura" they
I Production Eng. .......................................................?.........J. H.-Silver could use. The electric energy con-
sumed in a single day would be

1 Inspection M & M and, Accessories Survey: ............................-.......................Ruth C.' Raisch And enough in addition to propel to a this Liberty, the number Ship.- I
Assistant-Frank Moriarty

i Aircraft Oveihaul......_.........................................Muriel E. Mitchell of exhaust fans, blowers, and ,.

Supply Department........................................... .......Prlscilla GlennA room sufficient fans used air In to A&R ventilate would supply -' ... .. 'I'M-"Ii." ,-_ -, --,- ..-. -- r'

& R Depts...................Ora L. Dixon R. Gagnon, Sara Veiner 500 average 6-room homes in some sum- j Walter KMere, A and It Air Conditioning Supervisor, control
Mary Markham, W. E. Schneider Charles Ray one of his "weathermakers." Controlled temperature and humidity I
.........................,..... Shanahan mertime.
1\ Public Works Dept.................. .... Ethel are vital to quality of product, even In overhauling aircraft.
In Inter the volume of heat
t Ethel Mathews, Louise Abraham _
Caroline Howell, Bat bars Faulkner needed in this", plant would keep I r ..

Supply Department......................... ........ ...... ....................Leola Jones about 600( average G-roout home t
: comfortable day and night. After .}
considering these facts!' and figures P1
I' !' It I Is!' a. bit easier" to understand

; And why ve can't get new
Survey DepartmentMetal
Inspection household refrigerators, fans and
other such allllIanc-anti also j.flrs'a
Machines & Accessories Div. why fuel it* rationed. It takes I'

many sacrifices' to provide" necessities Y
that directly and Indirectly
Until Kalsdi Heporter; !
keep out and
Army Navy
Bernice Uojle, Frank :Moriarty, I
"Chips" From Mipplled! with fighting weapons,
Assistants" and all or thU IH! just", in Urn

That stomachache still reminds I hiitkgroiiiid! I

us that we had a swell time over Shop TwentyBy Turning to a different brand ol
J the Holidays! Let this remind you I' "cold" facts here is evidence of I
."Have You Recruited A Friend." i "Mini" Tjler another kind of homefront teanv I

,t Joe Hinson made a few repairs out k. Since reporting results of
", on his pipe. Smells just as bad. \ Mr. Roberts was guest of honorat the recent 6th War Loan drive, I

Phew!:' the recent New Year's Day I we have learned that about 40per ( .

y George Craw, Seal/c, InspectorIn luncheon, which was held In the I cent of the Plant Division'ssa
Shop 23-Sub, growing hair on Mill Section And guess what! ] were made through efforts
ha upper lip The Florida cli- Yep! He ate so much hog face and of the night shifters This was dltected I
mate will grow anything black-eyed peas that he couldn'tget I by Mr. Walter Scott land his;

The Main Office welcomes Mrs. up to make a speech Insteadof I many co-woikers, including Mr. ,
him moving from the table John
Dorothy Sharp transferred from Hightower, who himself
had to the table from i
we move
the Personnel Relations Division bought over a thousand dollars
,k Labor Board, to Inspection and him Its no wonder though, be- worth of Victory! Another tireless
cause we really did have an appetizing worker in the drive was Mr. Winston .
Survey. B- W 1KT **
4BK rtWSP
menu In addition to hog Crews, WAVE Doris Dansby, I When the .\ and It Dope; Spray Room rails for 61.000 cubic feet
Johnson formerlyin
Lieut. (jg) face and black-eyed we had I
peas AMM2c, did an outstanding sales] of conditional ulr-per minute-1'ram'is !Hall, picots Iturren and JohnLuplou
has been
UtS ,
two
ago '
years potato salad turkey sandwiches,
'I job among enlisted and civilian: I start "Hlg lierihu"inside
up
assigned as Inspection Officer lunch meat sandwiches, egg salad,, employees. Hats off to all who -
Aircraft Overhaul, from the Operating rice, cake, corn pone, onions, pick helped the Plant Division exceed -

Department, NAS Atlan- les, coffee, apples, oranges and its quota.
tic City. New Jersey. bananas. We
really enjoyed the
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Chief Mach, Dills, new Inspection dinner-thanks glrU

Officer, Engine Overhaul reported 1 By the way speaking of pickles] Vapor Trails
from NAS Patuxent River,,
Jamie Davis will tell you his discovery -
Maryland I about pickled pepper's-- from Supply lns|>e<'tlonMy I Ethel: M. Shanahan !I In a sad plight without them as
McNair Seal/c. enjoyIng they're hot! He reached for Glean
Dorothy I one 1'rUsj Mr Thotnberg has a beautiful : lunch period doesn't permit us to
leave in Philadelphia Pa. put it in his mouth, and then Mr. Kirkland tells me that indirect lamp. It doesn't wink, but !' get down to the Cafeteria with the

Harold and Doris Wldenhouse yelled, ,"Where Is the water wife was just 15 when they were hisI I I gives an air to the Structlonal Section II'( limited time element involved, to
are on leave in Trilla, Illinois, bucket" (He was last seen head married, and they've been marriedfor which now has a desk to make say nothing of gas and tires
Doris' home. ing for the water and fast!!
Shop Committee members, elected ) 16 years. He says that he real- Use of the lamp I Glenn Testen, Survey, is leaving
i Annie Marlow says, "Thanks a ly "got a good too" I Mr. Nelson has for
j in our recent election are as million for the Christmas present one I a new Service on January 15th. An-
There's very advance Easter-Style other to add to list of
follows: I received from Shop No. 20" a correction to be made our long
In last week's article. Mr Kirkland .the, desk and act as "SUit-I! "In Service"
Sarah E. Verner Cala Mae smoked a cigar NewYear's :
Ruth C. Raisch Eve! One more girl the was transferred to this base I; Broadloom rug is the I Chief Warrant Grlest (CEC),
James A. Morris cigarette shortage will not affect. on October 7th 1940 Instead of to finish this office has orders to report to a Sea-bee

She really did look cute, though I October 30th, and he claims that I "Happy Day" Bedford is ill and ;i unit. Maintenance is sorry to lose
Alternates: smoking that big stogie he was the third or fourth em- I we miss his cheery greeting Come I
William E. McGraw Jr. ployee on this station instead of buck soon. Mr. Bedfoid with you.Three
What a party! What fun! Whata I your I WAVES have just been
Irl, A. Hicks time! Yes it was the New Year'sEve the first. So solly. please I cheery outlook to brighten the of- assigned for further training to

John J. Farrinnace, AMlc, Shop dance, which was held at the Neef, when I asked him for a'' flee. I II Public Woik's Lab They are
No. 20, is on leave, looking over Armory. I might add a very nice statement after returning from I Paul DeBevoise. of the Survey I fresh from Hunter College and
c the Southern part of Florida. I dance and from all remarks overheard leave, he simply said, "Wow!'" I Group, welds: on the "Victory "Boot" training

We thought it was an FlU that I, everyone had a good time.on (He was home for Christmas). Shift" at the shipyards He answeied Mr. Woods, Electric Dept., formerly
just passed by but later found it -- -- --- -
-
-- -- Potts Oh, look the call for volunteers, andlegretfully "
at the pretty I "one shirt Woody, has: two
w3 Mr. Pascal, our Training Coordinator
his I
I lap. had to his
Christmas tree! forego coast now as a result of Christmas.
flying here and there, He had water on the I knee! guard duties to answer this 'I
working on some new kind of The following is an item foundin Hood: That not a Christmas 'tiiotlc! call, pa- Dotty Parker Fan'el, was In
training program. He promised U S. Armed Forces Institute tl'eethat's Mr. Cruse under the town for a visit. Her husband has

:lt ua know all about it soon. Catalog, March, 1941, which could Mistletoe! I to Mrs Lieut.Frances McLellan Collison Public, Secretary been: transferred to the West' )
Works
W. A. Derrington. AMMlc. and (This Coast, awaiting
easily be applied to we inspectors one was l left over from Design overseas duty.
Irene Clinton married in Christmas Supt, was rushed. to the Dotty is back
\ were We thought you'd appreciate the ) going home for
g 1 Daytona Beach, Florida December contents: What's this about hospital the night of January Jth, awhile. Home is Tallahassee.
Curley's and
oversleeping I is .
expected to
I 26, 1914, Best wishes are extended Today--you have a job to do. last Thursday? Every for appendicitis undergo Frances an operation harry Siler. another old Elec.I .

to this swell couple.] The more you know the sooner it body was rushing around trying to has had a foiwarning of this I tile man, was also In town for the '
.
Old man Stork has been dive will get done. Tomorrow-w hen find him, and he was blissfully II she had a severe attack at as )holidays, and Is very enthusiastic

bombing Inspection Inspector and Leonardliergfled Survey the job is finished you'll be going sleeping in his sack. The messenger not so long ago, and refused work to I about his work with the Westing.
Department.
AMM3c, of Harness home-to your family-to anew says that he was really sleeping give in, and heed the symptoms. house Electric Co, in Baltimore.
I job-back to school What soundly when he woke him I I Harry Is working with Electronics,
Shop, was running around up. Floyd Caylor, of the
you learn now to prepare you for Arch. Sec- his long suit and his love.
pausing out stogies. Yep! Like your place in the world will putyou Baldwin: Mary, how old] areyou tlon (Hot and Cold Unit Engineer What
Chief Martin, it's a glil. She arrived that much ahead. The wisest ? I Specialist in his spare time, h Electrical man was park-
December 17th, at 11 Mary Murphy Oh valet in Ing on the grass ? Was "pinched"
on thing you can do light now is to : about as old waiting to the well dressed
pm. weighs 6 Ibs 5 ounces. Her decide that you will use on- as a girl my age. Str uct. Mr. Nelson He checks on and given a warning! Never, never
your
name-Barbara Marie Daughteraad duty time to study. We can all Carson: (Looking at Morris' extremely the tie angle, collar set and such dolt again! How often has this
happened.
} mother are In New York so always Improve.1st short dungarees) Morris minute 'anll pertinent details

! papa I] sweating out a leave. His GI's Wife: "Does your husband why'd you get so far into your1 A very Interesting Item to Mrs. Joyce A, Biewend {L) a newcomer
buddies are fixing to get him a still find you entertaining?" pants this morning? Ruth Scarlott, Is the fact that she i to the File and Record Room, In
' batch. of handkerchiefs. 2nd CI's Wife: "Not if I can Morris: (Thinking fast .) So has a reliable ride to her door at the Ad. building
Mr R. L. Carpenter has been help It." my feet would touch the ground last Also, Agnes Joseph, the sec- Miss Ethel Mathews has had a
on a three-day leave. Don't ththkyou "Flight Dispatcher" Guess I'll hang my close on this retary to Mr. Torey. now has one I bad cold and finally had to stay
weren't missed, Mr. Carpen line. G bye, everybody See ya next too. Agnes was left stranded, as at home and nurse it. Good peopleare '
ter. You were! Minds are like parachutes wet'k. she lives scarce
away out in Springfield so take care of your-
Virginia Williams is back after ---... ,
they only function when open. and since Larry Rosenberg shippedout self,
., ,' "a Merry Merry Chritmas. SurenWrvou "Flight Dispatcher." A couple', blessed with their first has had to ride a series of -"a- '"
could get home once. Jen e.
.. We did miss child didn't get to the hospitals buses:: Lto I get here. NOTE- We hopeMr She: Do ;
ny. -
youThose you love with all
The man who gives in when he'n quickly enough and the baby was Mr. Taylor (Red), of Mch- and me
who have been out o your heart and soul?
sick leave: wrong is wise, but one who givesIn born on the hospital lawn. The Bedford ((Arch.), can make
areIr. Still Mr.
Hicks, and Mrs.: Dixon May, when he's right Is married itemized bill was finally received contacts that will take them off He: Uh huh.

be well and back with yousoon "Flight Dispatcher." and' the careful husband objected the overloaded buses, too. It U: She: Do you think I'm the most
l Bernice Boyle left for Pelham us. strenuously to the item, "Delivery In the way of a 1945 NEW YEAR'WISH 3 beautiful girl in aU the world?

Georgia, rather unexpectedly, as Many a wealthy man gives a Room $2$." He returned the bill He: Yeah ,

'p she was notified of illness in the girt a wonderful+ present, while for revision. In due time it was We are all happy to have our She: Do you think my, lips. are
family many a' GI romeo, gives her a returned to him with the item revised Civilian Mesa Cards renewed, for like rose petals, my eyes like limpid [
We like this brie : Sailor's sweetheart wonderful past I to read: "Green Fees, $25" 1945 Thanks to NAT/TC 'courtesy. pools ,my hair like silk
got sea: sii'k when she sat "Flight Dispatcher." "Flight Dispatcher, We, way up: at the gate would be I II "Flight Dispatcher."

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Jobs Here Essential- II j I RECRUIT A FRIEND I I


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Under WMC, Selective



Service Board RulesThe


Natal Air Station's job are considered to be on an essential
activity status under \\at Manpower commission and Selective Keg
illations. 'I'hi* should. be explained when recruiting your. friends, who
may now 1* In non-essential work, for job at the Air Station. Under
present Selective Service Policies employees of the >u\al Air Motion

over SO years of age, regardless of occupation, and employer
26 to 30 years of age in skilled occupation, are considered for


determent.In recent statements' made by James I""', Byrnes, War Moblll/atlon ."1 \ / y '

Director regarding the proposed new Manpower Policy', 4-F' and : .
other people In nofi-4-nsentl.il work will not be considered for deferment *
unless they obtain work In essential activities. While employees
of the Air Station are by no means granted a blanket deferment !
they are doing (heir part In an essential' war Job, and their
ein| "yment status, for \\'ar Ianl'ower'onuIII'Hlon and Selective
t IM-rh'e purposes, is considered to be on that basis. ,

Tell jour friends! that the Naval Air Station needs workers. r \L1:4; A'
Give them an 'Introduction Card" to the Employment Office It
may help you win one of the War Bond Prizes being offered In the
"lU-c'rult u Friend Content," and at the same time you will be helping i.\J..4"
them obtain ESSKMIAL KIMl'LOVJMKNT.c ; .
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| SALLIES' i Period From 20


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IIn 'Jan., to 17 Feb. ftdl4AI.


I The'r'ecl'ultm'nt contest, for

,. IAMla> June which War Bond Prizes are being: ;
offered, will be extended four r ; ,
Certainly is swell to hear from weeks, and will close 011 Saturday,
our ,vie-timer on Military Furlough February 17th, instead of January
: -to learn where they've 20th, as originally planned A pre.....
been, what they'Ve been doing, liminary check of new employees
and all that stuff Seems that a referred by the civilian and military -
lavctite. ladies' man Marvin High-: personnel of the Air Station,
smith, one of our furloughed employees shows, that such referrals have
now serving with the been fewer than expected. The
Navy, keeps in touch with Mrs majority of the new employeeshave
Speer, of the Purchase Division come in from sources other
,One of his letters was so interest than referrals by Station personnel
ing, thought you might like to takea The contest for War Bond
peek (hope' he doesn't mind), Prizes will therefore. be extended Atf/nc
Well here goes: (Incidentally, this to give everyone an additional opportunity %
young gentleman: Is somewhere beyond I to get: into the running,
the limits of the U.S,A.) and_ qualify_..for the twentythreeWar
"Maybe you have been wondering Bond Prizes
!
what we have been doing in Because so few people have referred Accessories
our rpare time, which i* indeed their friends through the [ SAFETY SLANTS .:
'',paie" as leisure time here I.lIICarce. is use of the official "Introduction lRCRAFT II I By Hubert F. Taj fur
One of our most worth Cards," it appeals that employeesare Safety Engincer I Division
while trips, which we made abouta overlooking: Important part fir) V RHAU hI
month ago, might: interest. you the cardS' play in the contest. When I It you saw a lot of excitement, 1NY1KUMKNT! SHOP
Eight j of us from Supply, arrangedin you recruit your friends be sure l JI and heard the cry "Stop, Thief," By' Mabel I.. Griffin
advance a trip to the much- to remember. to use the 'Introduc I your instinct would tell you something -
talked of "Pitch-Lake", and which tion Card which you can obtain \ was wrong and you would The New Year's dinner dance,
I had remembered studying aboutin ftorn your supervisor or from the \ have a pretty good idea what it of the "A" shift, was one of the
school> Employment Office, at the Main was. best ever, with nearly 100 members -

"The day started out with a Gate The cauls not only pro- Yet, each day and each night: and friends attending The
event, held in the Silver Room of
heavy rain, which continued. most vide a way to determine which j there is a thief beside all of us,
..>f the day but we proceeded with person are sending in the most )' F. K. Archibald and sometimes he is just a little 11 the Seminole Hotel started off
our plans anyway. We had a new employees but they provide Another year has gone by, and ahead of us. That's the thief with a fried chicken dinner followed
I by which lasted
station wagon, and began our trio a personal introduction for the in beginning the New Year let's all called "INJURY", who robs us of dancing un.
which took us through Port-of. new employee. i resolve to work a little harder, buy our time, our comfort, robs the til the early hours of morning
1 with
music by Al Love's Orchestra
Spuin: and far out into the country AN URGENT APPEAL, IS more bonds and pray that our boys war effort of our production and Shelton D. Irick had chargeof
among the huge sugar cane MADE TO ALL, CIVILIAN AND will be back to celebrate the next often robs our home and loved arrangements.
plantations, and lice fields. We MILITARY PERSONNEL, TO New Year with us ones of us.
Mr. and Mrs C. !'A
Knapp
an.
bad n good driver who knew the I BACK UP THE STATION IN ITS We are very glad to have Audrey We' must be on the ALERT every I nounce the marriage of theirdaughter
dangerous) road well, and saw so IMPORTANT DRIVE FOR MORE J Hansen with us. She is in minute to identify and guard I
Carol Jeanette Carl-
is NEW EMPLOYEES IT ONLY B' I against this thief to stop him to
much of the countryside which the office on shift Hubby, ton L Stanislawski, AMM3c
nil wild plant life except where TAKES THREE NEW EMPLOY- Ensign H. T. Hansen, is Metals and before he does his dirty work returned from 15 months', recently
the plantations!' are, and here and EES TO QUALITY FOR THE Structures Officer, also on the"B"' I We can do that by working carefully service in the South Pacific The
there you will find a small native WAR BOND PRIZES SEVERAL shift. here and at home, by being ceremony took place Dec. 28, in the
Village of mud huts and thatched PEOPLE HAVE QUALIFIED SO Everyone joins Shop Ol in wish- MENTALLY ALERT Norwood Presbyterian church Mrs.
rtKfs, ome built on high 'stilts FAR AND THERE ARE ABOUT ing a speedy recovery for Mrs F. LET'S STOP THAT THIEt" Knapp is an old timer in the
very fragile. looking. 100 EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE T. Summers, who has been ill since .- and her husband is Instructor gyroroom -
Most of the women folk labor REFERRED ONE OR TWO OF Christmas Eve. Mr. Summers is ShC'rlockthe famed detective in Interim Overhaul The

slowly all day in the fields doing THEIR FRIENDS WHO BY CAN A employed as a mechanic, In Shop arrived on the scene of the crime groom will be stationed at San
LITTLE EXTRA EFFORT
their work seemingly in the most UNDER THE CON- Ol Hell," he said, "this is more Diego as instructor for a period
crude and hardest ways, using no QUALIFY Joseph B, Allebaugh, AMMlc, I serious than I figured. This win- before Joining his bombing squadron -
modern farm tools We continued TEST RULES, REMEMBER also of Shop 01, spent 11 days in dow is broken on both sides" in the Pacific. He is a grad.
Mid finally came to the town of i THAT YOU ARE NOT ONLY I Atlantic City, N J., Visiting girlfriend I 'Flight: Dlspat<:her." uate of NATTC, Jacksonville and
HELPING YOUR NAVY MEET ,
San Fernando which is built on I and relatives during the -- -- Yellow Water Gunnery School
IT'S INCREASED WORK
the side of a great hill, and much LOAD holidays '.bring her husband Roy, back soon. Before serving overseas he was on
like the capital city of the island' I BUT YOU WILL BE SHOWING Charles E, Rose, AMM3c, Shop I I Shop No. 35 is kidding Dan Atkinson duty here at the Station in the
town THAT, AS A GROUP YOU ARE 01, had 7 days leave during the PBY
in its cosmopolitan life. The i I about the store he purchased I patrol squadron
viewed from another hill is very BACKING YOUR OWN EM holidays which he spent witji his' for his wife in Klngsland, "A" SHUT NOTES:
picturesque though: as always l.s I PLOYEES' ASSOCIATION wife and 2'a year old son, in Indianapolis Georgia It eeerns they want to I Dorothy Roberson has returned
WHICH HAS ENDORSED THIS
p found the beautiful green trees Ind know if its cut-rate or cut from leave to be with her husband,
and shrubbery which surrounds PROGRAM BY OFFERING TilE A certain supervisor In Aircraft throat! ,I Lee of the Army Air Corps, stationed
everything, and grows without WAR BOND PRIZES OVI'haul'llIlted the Kennel. Club I Percy Ogilvie, Instructor in Shop at :Moody Field Ga Mary
winding up and down and the Aside from these important considerations 'Ion its opening night, and the best 31, went hunting Nmas day and I Markham spent several days' of
mixed population moving slowly you personally can use bet is the dogs will eat sirloin steak I shot a nice wild turkey. Ummmm I Christmas week at home with her
about, many wandering about with this as a means to lay by some for the next few days I Bertha M, Patrick has been son, Jack, who is on leave awaiting -
no place particularly to go does I extra money in War Bonds. The j We join in the prayers of Gracie transferred from Progress: backto orders Lillian Hastey has
present an unusual picture"'to the $800.00 in \\iir Bond Prizes wilj/ .I Howard wishing that God will Shop 31 We ate really glad to returned from Donalsonville. Ga..
_
first visit be siren\ to those employees u/to where she
travelers I have her back with us I spent the Christmas
"In the mld-afternoou we finally refer the most new tmptoi/eea begin work the day following H, B. Stogner, of Shop 31, and I holidays with her parents Gladys
I
inif the content period, uJiic/i, dltt'.1 plication. In the present drive ap-I' Godbee
turned a curve, our driver stopped brother Emmett, of Progress, have enjoyed three days'at
and there before us lay the great I. cd October 21th", and will now additional workers many 'returned from a weeks vacationin home Christmas Lena Smith is
'Pitch Lake"; one can drive a thioui/h Ffbiuaiii ftth, Recruit I I cants apply one morning'; and are Atlanta, Ga. where they visited I I back at her bench after having
truck or car on it in most places, your fnendi, Help thtm yet into on their jobs the next.Inexperienced his mother and brothers.Mr been on the sick list several days.
but any object left in one spot will an eitentuil job, There are thou- I I persons either and Mrs. Har- Mount spent William (Bill) Cusano is still confined -
soon sink under. and disappear sands in the Jacksonville area who men or women, who apply for 'fobs the Xmas holidays in Atlanta, GaIt in his home with a sprained
are not now employed, or who i i at the Air Station receive brief indoctrination back Last but not least George
Since this was a very rainy day, was their first trip back home
the Up of the lake was all cool." are not in essential work. It is training, after which j since the arrival of little Jacqueline Cochran old standby of the gyro
sound only a mater of looking: for them, they. are assigned to actual pro- Mount. Mr. Mount is Snapper, in room, is actually on the sick list
Certainly does interesting. ,
and referring them to the Employ ductive work. Their training Shop 31, "* I with a bad 'cold. How come
decent it? Think that ;you will1iJJ't'e ment Office.. Be sure to use the tinues on the job while they con-I Mr, and Mrs John. McAndrewsare George ? Must be really bad for
that after this war, or even '
'Introduction Card' so you will producing-. the of this doesn happen often with you.
proud parents a baby
when the words
BOW 'geography'and
,
be given credit. Transportation to the Naval Air girl born January lt Mr. Mc- I Why not chuck the skull cap and]
travel' 'are mentioned, most Station employees can send every I Station is provided by regular Andrews the I, maybe have a change of luck.D .
is Shift
"of Us will say nothing of our visits type of prospective worker to commercial busses which leave "A" Shift and Mrs.Supervisor:McAndrews on I II. F. Worth ,Jr.. Sic A MM, is
to New I ,
York and Texas-not after
from the corner of Adams and back after
the Employment Office. People seven days' leave with
ia our Gladys McAndiews, a '
hearing: what some of these guys in Jacksonville own his mother in
with mechanical skills are most | Clay Streets on former employee of the Fabric Jacksonville WaveE.
can: till urgently: needed, but others who regular schedules The one-way I M, Parketon S2c, spent! two
Believe that another ole-timer can be trained, while being paid jl fare is ten cents Shop. I days' leave at Daytona Beach. In
1.. with :Marvin remember Ernest for such work, will also be employed Each new employee at the Naval -i-'! the typewriter department, W M
Rhodes bKlc used to be in Stock
I Air Station is questioned about A Scotchman\ upon entering a : Turner, SAI (TR) 2c, and W. A.
Control Ditto Jimmy Blown A person applying at the Air joining a car pool. If he or she saddlers asked for a single Settle Jr. SA (TR) 3c, have returned
--Oit- Station for a job goes: through: the i has a car and can offer rides, or if 'What use I II one spur?" ,,"pur'j after completing a course
GI: "Your husband looks like a usual routine of employment: questions lie or she wants to ride with someone the saddler, in typewriter maintenance at the
brilliant man. I suppose he knows \ and l Is given a free medical else, that information is passed '.'Well," replied Sandy "If I typewriter repair school Navy
everything examination Th employment along to some other employee. A get one fide of the home"' to go, Yard, Washington, D. C. The
Bhe: -De n't be a fool, he Ooesn't ,process takes tot vtol'al homs but is majority of the pi went employees I' the other side will have to come course was of three months duration -
suspect a thing," j usually completed in half a day I fit the Air Station now are membeig with It." I and consisted of instruction
'Might Dinpatcbrr." If new employees' desire they may of car pool 'Flight Dispatcher" In all makes of typewriters.I .


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Ten. NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 11 January, 1945



tamomommmmamoommaomml Visual Aids Play I WAVE Director Visits Center

I; | WELFARE I II ., ... ,..-.. ,. ,


\ I PRESENTS | Important Role ,. NATTCenea

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'ammrtnm_www__mm__Rim__mm__mm__Ktnranf3E3Qr.il_ ; ------ In Tech. TrainingDo


you want an enlarged, cut- f) ,
away working model of a bee's ree
buzzer or maybe a !schematic of
&,: the course taken by cow's milk
before it reaches the pretty maid's
a pail T If you do the chances are the
Instructor Training and Instruc- The new year surely came and
,,4' tional Aids Unit of the NATTC went in a hurry. Monday morning *
I Technical Training Division can I walked down the hall in the '

.. I and will make them for you, as Ad building and there stood a big
they are used to filling orders bunch of broken New Year-reso
from instructors for working mod- lutions waiting for the military
els and schematics equally as com- training officer to ask them "How
plicated. come?" another pay day and'
This phase of the Unit's work is there won't be a whole resolutionleft
the outgrowth of the fact learnedby on the Station.
the instructors that instruc- Went over the other day to take "-
tional aids shorten the training a look at the SK-V schools new
time of students by demonstrating store room set-up. It is really

points difficult to explain other- i+ 4.0 One of the newcomers
wise. ,) .. there is Robert W. Clark SK2c
All of the aids are made to orderto from Guantanamo Bay Cuba. He
fill a particular need of an instructor : v 1:1 says the climate and duty are both
and sometimes require the Last!! Thursday NATTC was! honored by aMt from Captain Mildred \- tops, but the liberty leaves a lot
combined inventive skill of the en- II. McAfee, director of the Women's Reserve The captain was to be desired.
favorably Impressed with the work the WAVES are doing at NATTC
tire shop personnel to make. The Add to the Stork Club-Lt,
and complimented them highly. She was also pleaded with the physical t Ir
materials used run from wood to Comdr. A. C. Kreutzer proud
plastic and in many instances are facilities provided here for the WA\"ES. Captain McAfee (renter bouncing baby boy., papaof ".I
wheels, gadgets and metal salvaged ), Is! shown with Captain J. K. Lynch, commanding officer and Lt. a /
I I I from scrapped airplanes. In addi- (jg) M. M. Halford, WAVE administration officer. E. J. "Buff" Buffalo. APC USN.
suffered the loss of his beloved
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I lion to the large models
working
I wife short time and the
many and cut-aways schematics the and Unit drawings produces in Japs' Surprise Assault FailedTo entire a personnel of ago the SW-V

.. school offer their deepest sympa-
I contrasting bright colors to make
f it easier for the student to grasp j Daunt Marine Color Guard thy.When the boys at the Aviation
the flow of action.
Fire Control school pick a "nick-
I It is necessary that the aids be A little before 0800 on the Sun- name" for someone it is tailor-
!
technically correct In every detail, day morning the Japs struck Pearl I Promoted made and really fits-here are a
and made to scale. Also that they Harbor a t ree.man Marine color few of the better ones. "Bubbles"
be durable enough to withstand guard stood ready there to run Harke, AOMB2c, "Squat.l w"
|I repeated manipulation. I Old Glory to the top of the flag Smith, AOMBlc.-"The Picker"
I There are very few classrooms pole.As Heitz AOMB2C the gang at
I here that are not using one or they stood in readiness the AFC are of the opinion that Burt,
more aids that are the handiworkof first wave of Jap planes roared SKV2c isn't worth a tinkers toot
the Unit's shop. Among the hun- over the parade ground. Before at playing bucket-ball--he only
dreds of orders they have executed the color guard was conscious of thinks he can.Understand.
j are working models of the bomb the intent of the enemy a near. r that the W a v e
1 racks gun mounts, elevation units by hangar went up in a mushroom "corpsettes" at the dispensary had
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for
4 .n turrets a TBF bomb bay, flare of flame and smoke. It was not quite a time with "Frank Sinatra"
Jeanne Crain puns: hydraulic control valves, and until then that the true situationwas r McBride AOMT)3c.( In the sick
A varied 4.0 movie schedule the cylinder of an airplane engine. realized. bay. Every time they wanted him

featuring several excellent films I The Instructor Training and Instructional In spite of the obvious danger to: give forth they would pull the
fresh out of Holylwood, capably Aids Unit is under the the guard, calmly, as Iho it was tape from over his mouth and
fills this week's entertainment program supervision of Lieut. (Jg) F. K. just. any sunday when the entertainment paled all
at NATTC. Mosher and is located in building I I it was necessary to do to stop him
morning
Tonight's show. "Winged Vic- 501. was to tape his mouth up again
tory." is a military musical portraying -- I, proce e d e d to Things at building 520 are normal
the training of Army air run the colors to once more Virginia Walle
cadets. It stars Jeanne Crain and Turret Specialist the top thereto Sic has reached the conclusion thatin
Edmond O'Brien and lasts over wave in defiance spite of it all the weather hereis
r two hours. Starting times are Allen Survived and witha better than that she encountered
1730 and 2000. promise I of in Boston--it may be because of
"Brazil", the new South Ameri- Sinking Of Wasp the retributionthat r her constant companion T. W.
can musical, promises an abund- would besought "Salty" Moore Jr.. AOMT)2c( )
ance of light entertainment. Star- j Among the "veterans" in the by the Congratulations to JVATTC7! Which reminds me that
ring Virginia Bruce, Tito Guizar Turret School is R. F. Allen Aviation Marines and all first!! lieutenant, Walter L. Miarlt, "Crummy" Barett AOMT)3c( ) of
Bonny Ballerlno and many others Chief Ordnance Americans who last week was promoted to the Turret School has been slugging
man and Tur- '
it shows Saturday at 1800 and ret specialist Chief Allen, who One of those I'*ufj I1-.rP' commander lie nerved In the himself stupid trying to fig-
2000.Hedy comes from Chicago, entered the three Marines was Sgt. Paul O. last war and came back to the ure out a way to be introduced toa
Lamarr's latest epic, which Navy in 1938 and received" his I Zeller. now attending Turret Navy again In early 1911. The Wave whose initials are B. C.
bears the exciting title "Experi "boot" at Great Lakes from there School at NATechTraCen. and for commander was first assigned Can you imagine thatand him a
ment Perilous", shows Wednesday he went to the ordanance the part he played that morning to the Naval Air station and sailor. Shades of John Paul Jones
Other stars in the psychiatric San Diego. schoolat I he received a Citation from Admiral when the technical training center what is he waiting for lie
melodrama are George Brent realizedthe might take a lesson or two from
He was aboard the "Lex" Nlmitz who fully was established' he was transferred
I for
and Paul Lucas. had the be "Horizontal Biceps" WilhoitAOM
about three spirit that prompted here to the first lieu
and
Also on the program are two I ferred to England years then trans i I color guards' action. tenant. Commander Sharit callsJacksonville (T)3c) the reputed number one
other highly dramatic mysteries, where he his home. man around barracks 54. Been
"Main Street After Dark" and todl the Waves are now escortln2'"Horizontal"
served with the
_' -
r > u < Lt. Booth Named to his Happy Hour.
British Navy School"
rN a y aP ordnance tech as AEM AirThe Could be, tho remember it is just

nical observer O-In-C second In the series hear-say.
I n December Acting or NATTO radio broadcasts Unit 3, AEM : Hurrah for "Two
1941. he re- r I Trained for Victory," will beheard Hitch" Gaudreau who has made
turned to the Of Turret School tonight/ at 1815 over station Staff Sgt Congratulations are
States and W.IAThe program will in order for Lieut. (Jg) Otto
boarded the'Wasp" Lt. R. E. Booth recently was cover the aviation f'1f'trlelanmate' Schvab, who has been doing a fine
appointed acting officer in chargeof school. Judging from the job as O-in-C of Unit 3.
to be
the Turret School, succeedingLt. I Unit 4: It was observed that R.
sent back to comments on last Thursdaynight's
English water-S. Ralph AllenIt F. J. Livingston, who has been broadcast, which dealt I T. Taylor's compass had an ex-
was'on this tour that the detached to report to Buair Wash with the aviation storekeeper'sschool ,cess of Grade (IA) fluid and caused .
I ington, D. C. him to get 'way off course. He
"Wasp" went to Malta with a this series of radio programs -
group of Spitfires. Later the Mr. Booth comes from Winslow, / should prove most Interesting was flying in circles because hecouldn.t
Ariz. where he superintendent not to find a good landing space
"Wasp" was sent to the Pacificto was only Navy ..
cqver the landings in the Solo- ;of schools: sonnel hut also to the gf'nerall -
mons. It was in September of Before then he i public. I I Sailor\ : Where's the head? '.a.
I
1942 that the "Wasp" was sunk. had served as F Civilian: Out to lunch. .
Allen was picked by principal of one -
up a destroyer -
after about six hours in the of the local high !-isuaL.Aids Handiwork! I.tlf I.
water and taken to New Caledonia schools and -
taught science
"Gosh, was I glad to see that and mathematics. '

"DD", I was cold, exhausted and He is a > Aj2
the oil was so thick that it was graduate of the
plenty tough to keep afloat." Kansas StateTeachers
The chief next went aboard the C o 1-
"Bogue" and did patrol work in lege and the LA Booth f -
-- --- the North Atlantic. "You have University of Arizona and did post '
Rallerlno r -
Bonny never seen grim weather\ and bad graduate work at the Universityof P t k
'Dangerous Passage"The flying conditions," said the chief, Southern California. .ems
schedule (at the NATTC "until you have spent a winter Lt. Booth entered the Navy in a 'fk
auditorium) : plowing back and forth between December of 1942 attending the
Tonight, 1730. 2000, "'.%inged Newfoundland Greenland, Iceland Naval'Training School of Indoctrination t
Victory," with Jeanne Crain. and Great Britain. It was mean." at the University of Arizona
Friday" 1800, 2000, "}Ialn I Between April of 1913 and Mayof _
Street After Dark" with Edward 1944 Allen was aboard the new _
Itoblnson. "Yorktown", her skipper being His next duty was at NATTC, : ;$, '
u
Saturday, 1800, 2000, "Ilra/il," Captain J. J. Clarke a full blood- Memphis where he was officerin I
with Virginia Bruce, Tito iuizar ed Cherokee Indian. "We were in charge of the engine phase of +
and Bonny Hallerino. practically every raid in the Pacific the Mechanics School. It was
Sunday: l5l! $). To be an- during that time and believe there that he organized for the I
nounced. me. Captain Clarke Is a skipper.We Navy the first line Maintenance
Sunday 1800, 2000, "Hanger-! i had all the confidence in the School for Instruction on F4U,
AII. Passage" with Phlld world in him and he Justified it. FM1, FM2, TBM and K6F He was i
Brooks and iG bert Lowry. He means business and he comes transferred to NATTC JacksonvilleIn
Monday, 1730, 2000, "Sign of through." June of 1944! and prior to his |
'
the Cross: ," with Tredrlc" March After this tour of duty the chief assignment In the Turret School
and CUuJette C'ulhcrt. to he was in the instruction training
was transferred a training tor- ----- --

Tuesday, 2000. Basketball pedo squadron school In San Iiego. division._____ __._ One of the unusual order for training aids received by the Instructor "
NATTCen vs. Welch Hospital. He reported to NATTC, Jacksonville At --- Training and Industrial Aids Unit of the Technical TrainIng -
1'reHmlnarle! will begin at IftOO. last month to broaden out Sailor: Shall w-; sit in the parlor Division was for giant size dental Instruments and a tooth of
Wednesday, 1800-2000 "Experiment hU already large store of ordnance ? wiual proportions to be used In teaching the correct technique In
1'erllou," with liMY knowledge by getting the latest! Gal: No. .I'm too tired; let's using the instruments On the left' In the picture Is Chief' O. L.
Lamarr and George Brest word on turrets. play badminton. Sliurlcht and S2c F. L. Hodman of the Unit.Paga .



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11 January, 1945 NATTC JAX UR'1EWS': '\ SECTION ____ Page Seven)


I L..m.m.mDg.me M. A.tsemmmmlrm D. .a f I Spot Survey Reveals NA TTC Pin-Up Choices I I



RamblingsImossaotaonotamm



Iry Pfc. Herb Johnston aooco, Jr a +
,
Broadest grin: you'ever saw is I'll' C L9\\I
being worn these days by S/Sgt.;:
Bill Pennington, who recently VNN : 7
passed, with flying colors, a stiff !
exam for Chief Cook, (Oh, that's 0s
the happiest manna), thus acquiring -
another stripe to go: with the

grin Pvt. Herman J, Lyda is sUlJ) ;
looking: forward to that stripe, but v
the smile's always: there, nevertheless
plus a nice shiny badge, on 1
account of he does a swell lob of
keeping) : Ship's Service looking so
"purty," Lyda and his side-kttks, ;
rvts. David E, Miller! (ditto ready ANN ""
smile), Wm. T Peden (stoic, but
kind), and Joseph R. Shealey
(Florida-boy, you know), would
appreciate the assistance of all the r ,:
"coffee and' boys in the matter of
putting used cups, bags;: (paper or L.lAt, TNast
otherwise), In their proper places, upfE a4u
Thanx load!
('4Irl'. Francesco J. "Do jonse ,.
REALM link I'm fat?" Regina, L. I
ubliclt-shj' Jl'4'p-Jockey from
the Bronx, burns the midnight
erl lately, wolklng on his ICS
course "How to Skin lour
Friends! and Influential People."
He's mining, too. (\\e don't rare
what the ('flrl', don't 'low ; we'll
put 'im In the column anyhow).
"Barracks 89 has an unbeatable
basketball team," says S/Sgt. Dan p
Ferezan Well Ferezan is kind t J
of big for hiS age and probably <
feels he afford : ,, a
his
ran to stick 'S '' S '
neck out; but since he made that S ', ::

crack, rumors are flying faster \ ;
than your favorite Corsair that .._ .-
he COULD be wrong Any buddy ,
:
wanta make sumpin of II, huh* L : a VfVfa Ot4pv
AtA
Oh what Is so rare as a flay *> N !; fkc
In June? might l I.e an MAA
named Ferdinand erdinand
J. Slagle, Jr., to give him his! full
monnk'ker. Likealt. Disnej'u
Ferdinand the Hull," I'vt. Slagle! I
It* shy and gentle.: the first time -. .
he given (lie lads revielle in the "
morning, HIT Mith snorting and '-i/ ,
bellowing If he has to call :
a second a
{9ETTY 6t@Ag1.C
time! i
Judoman Leo Quincy Pappy
Fapilea back in harness after a I Beauteous Hctlj Grablc, probably the world's No. 1 pin-up girl in 1941, loses not a whit of prestige in 191.1; according

:Massachusetts superstrenuous, home-town furlough in which his to results! of a spot poll taken among NATTC' sailors and marines, who noted the curvaceous actress their top choiceas

is called "Quincy", on account of a bulkhead decoration Following in order were a bevy of other beauties Ann Sheridan, Lana Turner, Vivian Blaine, I

the city fathers are so proud cf Hedy Lamarr and Laureen Hacall. All of which adds up to !some pretty sweet selecting. You fellows who didn't get in

their favorite gyrene;: son Sgt on the unofficial survey are asked to send in jour choices.
Quincy flew both ways and comjnented .
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round-trip enthusiastically plane ride: "Yeah about ,his!it 5PLA5H S fROm nATTC Tars Prefer Small Town Brunettes With Expert Swimmer
wan d'nuts'!"
I Is Supervisor Of
Through an oversight;: on the
part of whomever does the reporting 17 Good Dispositions-And Betty GrableClose WAVE Recreation

for the WAVES, news of Virginia I I 'Lets organize WAVES basket
Miller!! promotion: to Sic -- "
was not printed. To prove that a jour eyes, fellows, and I cf these and you will admit it ball team The person to see
I is Miriam M, Brooks, Sic who
:Marine can be gallant, tho' gray;: dream of your favorite pin-up girl;: would make a pretty nice number. in charge of WAVE i is
we devote our remaining space! for !ltt She should be a composite of Betty i Well, if you must know who really I renes tion. athletics ana
this week to the announcementthat Giable, Ann Sheridan, Lana did come out number one it is I I Brooks
comes from sunn'Can.
WAVE Virginia Miller, of the cl-I d Turner, Vivian Elaine, Hedy La- ,, Betty (Harry the Horn I Grable fornia, Pasadena to be
Post Office Millers, is now SicCongratulations Marr and Lauren Bacall We use and the others followed in the order exact Sho
was graduated from the Univer-
:: ; and now please the word "composite" because last named A pretty nice assflrt-
sity of. California at Los
:release me, I wanna fight!JWAVES' Thanks for the serenading New week we made a spot! survey at II ment we would say. I Angeles
.
-- "=- --- Yea rs' Eve boys: NATTC to find out who is the pin- The next question! asked in the '55
What fun everyone had at the up favorite and the voting was survey was "which do :you prefer i iI pS
dance at Mayport. We have some very, very close I blondes, brunettes or red heads"
DANCEThe II salty "Waves"' in our midst" now" As a matter of fact only a few' Brunettes led by a fair majority t 4T
(fcome people have all the luck, totes separated the number onega with red heads and blondes about *
day, Saturday, 13 Jan was the cry from every person in ] from the number six so we I even in the race As we recall] Betty '
uary the> time 2000, the place! I duty section 3 that night;: ) make the suggestion land there I Grable is a blond so whthe
the gym "n> Illsravnc.. That' the Last week we tried to expressour Will probably he plenty who disagree preference for brunettes Possibly T .k !!
word" NATTC Sister Silts, so I appreciation to Mrs Parnell ) that the pin-up gal of it is due to the fact that manyof
get busy and go through jour for being such a splendid Santa NATTC is a concoction of all six
those who cast ballots had in
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little red honk to M'C10 will Claus to the Waves Xmas morning .n. mind their one and only and it .
bo the lucky Sailors, and Marines but for some reason it was Sic, who is going;: to Washington, this is the case it should be somewhat -
for the dame that night left out so the girls:: wish to thank I). C., to see her uncle receive a reassuring to the gals left H
This IH the first dame to be IK'Id her again.. Congressional Medal of Honor behind \._ :
at NATTi; indications pointto We gather; that Chase had a Spoil schedule for the month of ,
a gala, evening. Music will he I gala birthday from all the little January: Also asked of the men in this
furnished l>\' the NATT(' "Air I gold and silver corks hanging: Monday Bowling:: .. 1800' questionnaire was, "which girls do ; .
ar Room 11 Monday 15th NATTC NAS. : you prefer, those, from the large %
Haiders" who, we all know, can around vs. ma
rip off a mean tune It is hulled| : Mrs. Griffin Sic bids farewellto HIIE'sdayBadminton .........l')00) ( cities rr" thote from the smaller
that Captain and Mrs. l.;\nch her friends in Navy blue, but Wednesday Basketball 1800 towns On this point there is no ,+
will attend and other members' wherever she goes she has all\ cur Thursday Special movies in the doubt, New York, Chicago, San
- of Mo staff with their wives. I wishes for the best always ]lounge, topside, Bks 54 .............ll 00 I Francisco and Detroit must takea
_J j A lucky wave is Fhylis Hawks, From the fcth to 22nd well all back seat to such towns as Black
., --_ _n __ be batting the ball back and forthin I River Falls Salkchatchie, Milli- |
a ring Pong Touinamcnt pocket and Uetumpka, The choice
Receives Gold Star Well, by now everyone has probably of the men of this command is
er -- broken every New Year's two to one for the girls 'of the
1i Resolution] they ever made or small! towns. Again, the gal: who 'I'
thought about making. but the used to go with her beau to theSaturday ---- e
WAVES did make one that they night:: square dances Miriam Brooksin
won't break"We resolve to-do should be somewhat pleased to \ 1941 and while there she wat a
.i4 f x s more work buy more War Bonds know that her beau, now in uniform member of several of the women's
so that during 1945 we can stow has not deserted her for the I athletic teams, being outstanding
our Navy blues away in moth balls jive gals of 42nd Street .and Michigan in swimming After college Miriam
along with the bell bottom trousers Boulevard. I swam for the Pasadena Athletic
khaki and marine greens; of I Another question we asked was Club and taught swimming at the
our husbands brothers and sweethearts "which is more important in a girl, I Long Beach Y: W C. A, and the
beauty or disposition Again the Pacific Coast club at Long Beach
Each one of us resolves to hea choice was overwhelming and the I During all this time she swam in
better Navy Wave, keep up the girls who had tried all the beauty competition and her collection of
i good work and standards of our preparations can relax and count ,I cups and medals mounted and
I organization, and to make the end on their disposition to put them mounted **
1 of our story, "You in Navy Blue," across' Brooks entered the Navy in Juneof
a credit to the courage': of American The last query was "which girls 1944 getting her "boot at Hunter -
women who, from the beginning do you prefer, those! from the College in New York. She stayedon
of our country, have stood North, South, East or West*" On at Hunter for the specialist
beside their men ready with courage this point little partiality was "S" school and subsequently reported
strength;: love and laughter to shown as the votes were about to NATTC, here, it is her
bear any hardship necessary to evenly divided, again reiterating a I responsibility! to organize, supervise
gain; in the end happiness and everlasting sailor's) respect for the opposite sex and coach all WAVE sports
peace for the ones they regardless of what section" cf the and "extra cunicular" activities
On 1 January Lt. CoL William T. Evans:conrm:Hiding officer of the love." country she may be from. However ) including tennis, archery, volley
!Marine Aviation Detachment presented to 'apt.. Andrew S. MacIteodle -- for the statistically minded ball, swimming, picnics, etc,*MIriam -
training officer of Squadron No. 2, the (old Star.This award One good way to pay off the the North led, followed by the was very instrumental the
wan In lieu of a second Purple IIC'sr1lor wounds revived In actionat national debt would be to raffle South, then the West and last the grand job the WAVES did wrap-
Bougainville on 24 March, 1914. off a discharge every day. East | ping Christmas gifts. '

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Twelve NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION I 11 January, 1945



. Power-Puncher 1 I Local Boxers I Going Up For Two Waycross Army !


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To Meet Avon Cagers Invade



Park Soldiers Center Friday -

NATTC's crack ring team, which r '

rates high in the nation's service The Air Raiders easily out. H !
boxing picture goes into high gear pointed the University of Flor- Hi
i next week in a couple of duels 1 I "
1 ida Five Tuesdlhlt at the
with Central Florida Army teams. auditorium 44 to 20 for their I
The Navy sluggers, who easily "
fifth/ win of the !lE'8on.NATTC's .
whipped Camp Blanding twice in
December, open their 1915 slate
Air Raiders, who won '
next Monday against the Avon
three and lost seven in the
Park soldiers there, and hold their i games
a 1944 portion of their current cage
first home match of the year here >
schedule, started the New Year
the following Friday against the
off in an approved manner last
Orlando Army mlttmen
Striving to build a record week by notching a victory over
I equal or superior to that of last the Jacksonville Municipal Airport

Spring's team, which won four team,
out of five matches against the ,' The Raiders have a chance to improve -
Charleston Coast Guard, Parris .i their record in the next few
Island Marines, and Camp Stew- days when they play two home

art soldiers, the locals will throw games, meeting the Waycross
all their guns at the Avon Park Army Air Base quint tomorrow
team, the strength of which is night and the Welch Hospital five
an unknown quality. of Daytona Beach next Tuesday

Big guns for NATTC are Heavy eve
weights Al Sinibaldi and Norman The tilt with V\i jcross also"
Evenson, Light Heavy Alabama will give the local cagers '

Dubose, Middleweights Billy Ra- .. chance to gain a measure of rer
moth and Mickey McGuire, Welterweight ,: : \enge. The Air Raiders droppeda
Buddy Thomas, Light 35-33 count \\ajcross there
weight Eddie Barnett and Featherweight early in the season, and a close,
Charlie Dedmon. This crowd-pleasing clash.Is envisioned -

group of ring artists contains a Guard Jslerengarten (No. 7) of the Municipal Airport file jumps In the return go.

r Wa)land Dubose, better known wealth of experience, punching high In the ozone to cage two points In last week's tilt with the Harley Collins and Tex Wash
ail "Alabama," will fight under ability and boxing savvy. Most of NATTC Air Raiders, which the locals won, 41 to 40. No. 5 Is Guard ington starred for the NATTC
the XATTC banner In the match the fighters are pros. IleaucquI of Munie. In the foreground is Forward Bagwell ()xMunie team, which turned in a well bal-
4 against the A\on Park tw>ldle-r- All are expected to go against Air Raiders are Jim Ellor, jumping, and Tex Washington, at right. anced performance in defeating
ringmen there next Monday. Avon Park although pairings have Municipal, 44 to 40. Except for the
'Bama, a power-punching light not yet been made and the number Walter Cencevizky Grid Playing AEM opening minutes, the Raiders were
t heavyweight, has whipped a of bouts to be staged are not ahead all the way, but they had to
number of highly rated boys In yet known. Lt. Roy Womach will -and did-beat back a closing
the 173-pound class while pilingup be in charge of the team on the Student, Is Russian "Noah Webster"If rush by the uptown sailors.

a long winning streak at trip.Avon The locals went ahead in the
NATTC. Park will fill a return date in your travels around NATTC --
here on 26 January, and the locals you run across any strange sound Turtle Horace first quarter halftime, 12-10, and held2520 a
will hit the road again sometimein ing words you are probably in advantage. Munici-
MeJifcrrnnean Duly February for a second meeting hearing distance of Walter Cen- CraivlsToivardAmphibious pal fell apart in the third period
and
the Raiders{ commanded
with the Orlando_fighters. cevizky, Sic (AEM), a student in a
38-28 lead. Then
Rugged, Veteran SaysTake -* the Automatic Pilot School Municipal started
DutyFLASH clicking and pulled up to 36-40
it from one who went 4 TEAMSSHINE His parents were born in Russia with six minutes to play. Then
near the Polish boundary. They message has just been Johnny Bittner caged a welcome
through a good part of it, Mates, IN CAGE LOOPSTwo later came to this country and received from Horace the Turtle, field goal and Washington calmly

there wasn't anything soft about quintets in each of the after Walter put In his appearanceit who last week was sent out by Pro dropped In two foul tosses to Ice
those invasions in the Mediter Ship's Company and AEM Leagues was decided that if he wanted to to tour the NATTC area and wish the fray.

/ notched their third victories last be on speaking terms with the everyone a happy New Year. Horace NATTC used only one sub In
ranean. I family It would be wise for him to describes his and
defeats to grab journey prom
week
against no the Herb Ilimar
game, relieving
Andrew G. Pecoroni SpFlc( ) /
,
learn the Russian
language. ises to keep writing from time to
the roles of favorites in intra-cen- Bittner near the end of the half.
came aboard last week with a half ter hoop circles. 'I He attended a Russian school inNew time. Ilimar was In long enough to

dozen other fire fighting special They are TTM and TTMU) of York City for almost 10 years, 'Dear Peter. Roger. Option cage one goal. Washington, Collins l.
ists to take crash fire, and res- Ship's Co., and Bks 17 and 26 (formerly : : and when he finished he bore all After taking to the road, I Charley Woddall and Jim
cue training at NATTTC. The group Bks 25), both AEM'ers. the characteristics wandered about NATTC and was } I11rnnt all the ways Washington -

came here from the Brooklyn Fire Bks 17 had the easiest time, of a Rus-! making good progress on the mis- was high with points..
School. whipping Bks 19 by a mere 43 to sian 'NoahWebster. sion to which I had been assigned Collins had 10, \\oddall and lillt-

y The former Bronx resident 5, while TTMU( ) had the closest ," According -spread throughout the commandthe ner, 8 apiece, and Ellor :5.
'(that's I'ecoronl) readily admits call, handing TTG-1 Its first defeat wishes of the Public Relations
that he is very pleased indeed to 22 to 18. TTM scored over TTF, 24 to Cen- Office for a happy New Year. Municipal stars were O'Brien,
Who had 10
be back here in the States, and to 18, and Bks 26 outpointed Bks cevizky, "the While I said good progress I with 9. Lesko points, and Moseley
will admit I had not covered too ace shooter was
doesn't care how long the Navy 57 by 36-28 Russian lan- limited to five the stiff
by Raider
keeps him on shore duty. "There In other duels, Bks 21 nosed out guage is not much ground and moreover in sev- defenseOFFICERS'IOWLING.
wasn't anything easy about any of Bks 58 by 20 to 18, and Bks 20 hard to learn, eral offices I was somewhat detained -
that Mediterranean duty," he re- downed Bks 16 by 26 to 20 in the but it does take I For instance Lt Comdr.A. -'=-
called. AEM loop, in the Ship's Co. cir- plenty of time. C. Kreutzer held me up for

He went in with the invasion cuit, TTG-0 defeated TTX, 23-22, It Is very easy, awhile telling me about the boy
forces at Sicily and stuck around TTP-T outclassed TTS, 41-14, and to read and I he was expecting, and Lt. W. T. LEAGUE STANDINGSTeam
In that area long enough to havea TTD-1 whipped TTHD) 34 to 14. W. Cencevizky probably the Fuller seemed somewhat distracted -
part in establishing the Anzio Three unbeaten teams, each with reason most people think it is due to the loss of a second gar- W I:.

Beachhead. After the first phaseof two wins, are tied for the lead in tough is because of the pronunciation bage .can, a New Year'seve casualty Bomb 18 14 10 6

the invasion they made Naples the Schools League. They are Bks You do at times have to be TTT- 14 10
winner Bks 61 by 33 to 25; Well, I continued on my way AGO 12 12
their port. Pecoroni is one of those 2. over able to get your mouth in some
until I ran across a of the AhM 10 14
fellows who doesn't talk much Bks 60, victor over Bks 6 by 20 pretty queer shapes to be able to "Jacksonville Journal"copy the Dlsp, 4 20
bearing
about what he's been through-but to 13; and TAOTTG), 29 to 16 pronounce some of the more dif
there's a pretty pleased expressionthat winner over Bks 59. In the other ficult words." headlines, "work or fight Order Last Week's Results
Issued by War Mobilization Direc-
comes on his face when you Schools game, G-M outclassed T-G, Cencevizky in civilian life was tor, James F. Byrnes!" Bomb, 687 711 811-2221
PT&\V 791 721 72.1-2137
talk about "shore duty 56 to 10. able on several occasions to put to I immediately tried to get in --:

good use his knowledge of Russian, touch with the public relations of- AEM 755 681 747-218.1
. Klassy Keglers and he looks forward to the time fice to get the word as to what you Disp. -' -750; 718 742-2216'

________ when the Navy will take advantage thought my status was, but inas- AOO :723: 7 of his familiarity with the much as it was 1702 no one was ITT 811 775: 75O 2338
Once when he with (Scores Include handicaps)
language. was
in the office and on my way out
the New York state police they of building 500, I was picked up High: game, Seely, TTT 202
picked up a group of suspicious and taken to the receiving ship to High series, Baltusnlk, TTT 535
people presumably on the grounds await my next assignment. I
that they were spies. The membersof I have been told unofficially The reason they call a sailboat
llst ii'ir#r 1 )lf 1. tasl the party had been watched for that I will be attached to an amphibious I 'she"a\ that she makes her best

some time taking ,photographs of unit. I will write you showing in the wind.Hoops9em .
various spots. They could not speaka again when I know mole Excusethe .
f word of English and as it was hurried close, but they are call-

believed that they were Russians, Ing for me to get my shots. Love, I In
I Cencevizky was called in. It turn- Horace (Forget the Lucy)," I
ed out that they were only sightseers -I-
and they were pretty impressed
I Fellas are all worried about Pfc,
with the splendors of New
y. < York state. Robert B. Sexson and his rigid
diet He's looking ao frail, any-
I Later when Walter was with
more, The guy scarcely eats
Bendix Aviation as a technician enough to keep a horse alive
I the company received from the -tgjBASKETBALLSTANDINGS-
Russian government blueprints for *

t"1J certain equipment the companywas I
.to build for our ally. These Ship's Co. League<<

1 were all drawn up in Russian and W, L
Cencevizky received the job of TTMU) 3 0

w translating them, into English. TTM TTG-O 3 2 ITTM 0 r

Cencevizky had his "boot" at 2 1TTD1

Samson, finishing in April, 1944. TT' 1 1 2
I i He then attended the Navy's radio TTHD) 1 2
technician school at Chicago and TTX 1 2
the aviation electrician mates -T 0 1TTS 3

4 4e6 I school at NATTC, Jacksonville In- AEM LeagueBks
cidently, he was one of the outstanding 17 t ::1 0
'Bki 26 3 0 Q
members of the championship
w Bks 21 2 1
AEM football team like 57 2 1 I
l A-- Bks 18 1 ] .,
Bks 16 1 5Bks
A slender young private, obviously 20 1 2I
< a newcomer to the armed Bks 5S 0 2
ranks I Bks 5
lounged the
against guard- Bks 0 3
s0A house puffing nonchalantly on a 'Bks 20 changed from Bks 21&liooU I liar If y (Holly) Collins, a classy
w A 9 s' F cigarette, A captain passing by League basketball artist from the
-
-Here Is the strong t Bombsight 1 bowling team, whl h has: a firm gripon stared at him incredulously. "Can't Bks Bka 2 60 2 0 heart of the cage country, It
tint place In the NATTC Officer/ League. The team has won you see that sign ten feet in frontof rAOTTG) 2 2 0 0GM one of the "Man of the fast moving -
18 games against six defeats and hat blasted 17,960 pins for a 713 your eyes?" cried the Captain. 1 l NATTC Air Raiders A clever
the team The soldier regarded him sadly. Bka 50 1 l floornian and fast breaker,
game average. Kneeling are Lt. (j?) {'o ftwf'II, who leads 1-U
with a 166 average, and Gunner F, \', Itttclile. Standing are I.t. P, J. "Captain," he said, "it I could read 61. 0 0 2 2 Collin formerly played at Valparaiso .
DavNon, Lt. R. I"'. Dixon and r' *. *'-''nr that sign I'd be In the Navy now" like C 0 2 : College In Indiana.Page .

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