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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 1945
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 3, No. 32 IIHh UIULUUJ iinrmniiiiin i irmJl 18 October, 1945
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... Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Command


,r. ,tf'U.! S. NAVAL' AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA



L STATION BEGINS TO FILL COMMUNITY WAR CHEST I


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LeavesNATTCenCaptain I EFFORT FOR COMMUNITY CHEST



h I Capt. Brady Named Chairman Of


officer Joseph of B.the Lynch Naval, com.manding Air Navy Drive; Has Appointed HelpersNAS

Techntcaf Training Center here for
Jacksonville opened Its annual campaign for contribution.*
the past two years was detachedthis to the Community War Chest this week vvlth Captain Anthony It.

week for an undisclosed assignment T4jp Brady, commanding: officer, as chairman of the Navy Division In the .

elsewhere. He was succeeded Jacksonvllle-Duval County over-all drive which has as Its goal the sum
by Captain Ford N. Taylor of $100,000 to be distributed to total and national welfare organizations
who from --- --- --
). repotted here directly While no dollar and cents goal
'::;,i./ the headquarters of Cominch in has been set for this year's station
Navy Designates
_' Washington I effort, it is hoped that 1944's total
Effective with his detachment, ,| contributions of for NAS
Captain Lynch was promoted to Commodore J, B. Lynch Captain F. N. TaylorTHAT I i Coming SundayAs and its $15,2.10; equalledand
commodore.Formal .
the rank of surpassed despite the reduce
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change of command I I Memorial DayThis tion in personnel caused by demo.
took place in the commanding of \ 29 NAS Officers New Point Scores I bilization Contributions from
ficer's office Monday with brief coming Sunday, 21 October Mainside, NAOTC NATTC and

...... ceremonies witnessed by heads of Get Half Stripe Affect Many SoonNew 1915 has been designated as a the Naval Hospital last year totaled -
departments and divisions.The I 1281561. The remaindercame
special nation-wide day of mourning
new C. O. is a native of Comdr. point cuts were announced from Cecil Field Municipal.
To Lieut.
. Whitehaven Tenn., but calls Coro- I 'yesterday by the Navy Department for those in the services who No. 1, Mayport, and NAGS.

nado Calif., his home now. He is In line with the Navy's announced under the terms of which lost their lives at sea or In the Local Organization
a graduate of the Naval Academy, I policy of widespread officer one-third of the total Navy's war- air over the sea in defensq of Lt Mark Bartlett head of the
Class of 1926. Prior to his assIgnment promotion between now and the I end personnel will be released by the United States. Office of Public Information's Ra-
to the headquarters of AINav No. 317 1 January dio Section has been .
end of the year, appointed
the
As of the observance
the coinniander-ln-chlef of the U. dated 1 October, authorized the Effective 1 November with a part I general chairman of the drive for
S. fleet Captain Taylor served in promotion of 29 NAS officers from further cuts predicted for December Navy will scatter flowers upon the Mainside and Theodore Fritch, Jr.,
. the Pacific from Salpan through the rank of lieutenant to lieutenant and January the following waters throughout the world the chief clerk is serving as chairmanfor
,' the campaign in the Philippines. commander. point scores will be in effect: traditional ceremony for those who the civilian employees. Chap-
'1- He was with the Third Amphibious I Enlisted men quota reduced from II lain Edwin W. Andrews will head
The new lieutenant commanders have lost their lives at sea. The '
Force and the Seventh Fleet as 44 to 41 points. NATTC effort, and Lt. Comdr.
and their follow
.' Commander of Support Aircraft. Supply and departments Accounting: AlfredP. : Male officers quota reduced from nearest local port from which George W. Croft is chairman for

' .f. From 1938 to 1940 he was aboard Boileau James E. Gay, WilliamO. 49 to 46 points. flowers will be scattered Is Miami the Naval Hospital Chest cam-
, the famed "Big E," the USS Enterprise Stinke and William R. Sta- WAVE enlisted personnel reduced Fla., and flowers received by II paign. William Fair will serve under .
c and was excutlve officer of from 29 to 26 points. the Commandant Seventh Naval Lt. Comdr. Croft as head of
the baby flat-top Breton from ples.Yard WAVE officers reduced from 35: civilian solicitation at
[ the hospital -
Department: Percy Bond. to 32 points. District, Miami, prior to midnight I
r January, 1943 to February, 1944. and Fred Williams chief cook,
\\H. The retiring skipper who took Physical Training and Welfare: Reduction in point quotas for I 20 October 1915 will be included will conduct the drive among Ne-
over the helm from Comdr. R. D. Tad R. Close Charles L. Gehrin- medical doctors' was recently reduced in the ceremonies. 'I gro personnel. The Personnel Sep-
from 60 to 53 points and it
Higgins in October, 1943 came to ger Edward G. Van Bibber CarlA. Local observance of the day will aration Center, a new activity will
': I II Smith Clarence H. Ebers and is believed that a further reduction also be
:Jacksonville from Washington be confined to special religious represented in the drive
will be forthcoming on 1
I where he had been on duty with I Raymond D. Reeves. I this year with Lt. William B.
the Bureau of Naval Personnel and I Medical Department: ManfredR. January. services held by Catholic Protestant Nichols, administrative assistant,
earlier with BuAer. Other duty in Couch William Y. Ellis. Lorin i --- I' and Jewish chaplains. Spe- heading the campaign in that com-
I the state of Florida included an B. McEwen, Gilbert M. Roberta cial prayers will be added to the 'I mand.
assignment as flight instructorand Jr., Henry E. Woodward and Capt. Commends regular Catholic mass held Sun- Heads of departments have been
squadron commander at NAS Maynard I. Cohen. I day at 0930, under the directionof I requested to appoint an officer to
, Miami later serving aa the sta Chaplains' Office: Robert E. H Station Attitude"The Chaplain Terence J. McMahon. I I handle the solicitation in their respective -
!I tion's commanding officer. He Grant and Carl M. Huddle. I, At 1045: a joint Protestant service departments and to
accept
IF saw duty at Pensacola and served Public Works: Harry G Gray Commanding Officer will be held for NAS and NATT- I contributions from naval
.: ,yT- as executive officer of the Squan- and Francis E. Twiss. I wishes to commend both the naval Cen personnel, under the directionof I Civilian contributions personnel.
will
''' turn, Mass., Naval Air Station. Public Information Office and civilian personnel for their fine Chaplains Paul H. W. Olander by civilian be received
committees
'i Commodore Lynch is a native of James F. Kelly.PubUcations spirit of cooperation and aid ren- and E. W. Andrews. The Jewish I which are also being formed in
< Cambridge Mass, and Is a graduate Office: Eugene M.I dered in connection with the recent observance will come Friday, 26 each department.
L-"" of Harvard University. He Ritenour. I Fifth Anniversary Celebration of October at 1815 when ChaplainLeo I
launched his naval career in World Assembly and Repair: Bernard the Naval Air Station. J. Still pass will conduct regular It is intended that every person
War I and won his wings at Key II. Marks Richard A. Montfort "Worthy of particular mentionwas weekly services for membersof attached to the station, both serv-
West. I Arnold E. Fetter and Daniel B. the fine display of workman- the Jewish faith, I ice and civilian, will be given an
Taylor Stevenson Jr. ship and military bearing in the Y opportunity to contribute to the
Mrs.
will
join Captain Ordnance and Gunnery: John C. October 15 parade. Much favorable drive before its close.
here with
Taylor
their three Chiefs Will Wear
I children Hubbard. comment was brought about by I The Community War Chest is
Executive Department GeraldA. the creditable showing made. All I I made up of a number of member
During the two.years that Commodore personnel should feel UniformChief 1
Robinson justifiably New-Type agencies which share in the contributions
Lynch served as commandIng __ I of
' -'-iio! proud what they exhibited for I Fifty-four per cent of
officer NATTC has expandedand the people in Jacksonville. petty officers may now I the money collected is spent right
developed to a new high in STATION SNAPSHOTOne I "This fine spirit of cooperation wear a dress blue coat identical to in the home community for such

naval technical training history. of the older folk sayings seems to be an innate characteristic that worn by commissioned and organizations as the Boy Scouts
Last year the activity reached its something like this: If you of N. A. S." warrant officers according to a YWCA, Girl Scouts Old Folks
peak training load when nearly goes recent authorization from the
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--- .-- : Home Salvation Army
Visiting
wait long enough anything can
000 15'-1
sailors and Marines
tached were (probably will) happen. A notable 1? MILLION RUSSIA1SS Navy Department. The new ruling I Nurse Association Travelers Aid !
the or service undergoing: training proof came early this week when Berlin (CNS)-Between 12 and includes permission to wear : Society and others. Allies receive
many: : schools there. startled bystanders watched two : 15 million Russians of whom about the officer style overcoat as well.Officers' I 13 per cent of the total and 23
-- svelte blue-clad WAVE officers as half were soldiers and half civil raincoats have been regulation I per cent goes for the armed forces
Japan created Manchukuo (Man- they hiked up their skirts and sol- I' ians died on the eastern battlefronts for chiefs for several years. through War Prisoners Aid and
,. rhuria) as a separate state in Sep- emnly waded in the O. Club pool in this war, Soviet military These changes also apply to chief the USO. Only seven per cent is
tember, 1932. (children's branch). I sources estimated. I cooks and stewards, cook and stew used for administrative campaign,
ard and all and other
-- ratings, personnel affected operating expenses
I A BIG PARADE AND A BIG OCCASION I may continue to wear the Captain Launches Drive
old type uniforms until they are Launching the NAS portion of
SCENE at the"left convey the genettl Idea of the I no longer serviceable.A the Community Chest Drive Cap
-- elaborate station anniversary, parade which extended two mild I
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Ui startled the crowds, was full of color, names, none. Below the'' new uniform for enlisted men tain Brady issued the following
.. ; ,J honored guest Vice Admiral Marc A. Mitacher talks things! over is also under consideration and is statement: :
with Rear Admiral Jules James and Brown Whatley president of expected to be authorized before I i "Although the war is over these

,.' i ll1'.w; ffTfTm Jax gathered Chamber In auditorium of Commerce of George, before Washington addressing Hotel.enthusiastic(More parade crowd existing stocks of the current type I I are critical days through which we
l_ picture on Page 5), are exhausted I are now passing Not only are
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-- millions of American boys still in
uniform, but our Allies are suffer-
kf. ; War Prisoners To I ing from the ravages of a six-year '
'war. By our generous contributions

f. 11 ; 'Be Released Now I I continuation we will of make such possible agencies the as

All Naval Reserve personnel who :the USO War Pilsoner's Aid, Unit. .
have been prisoners of war or beyond ed China Relief American Relief
United States control in enemy 'for France American Relief for

occupied territory for a period Holland, American! Relief for Nor. ':
of 60 days or more are immediately I way and many others.. Wo will 1I
eligible for demobilization I also aid such worthy community j

according to a Navy Depart projects as the Boy Scouts, Legal
ment directive. | Aid Association the Children's i

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point scores, classification, rankor I "It is my desire that every officer .
rate and directs that such per I and man and every civilian
sonnel be ordered to separation. It I employee be given an opportunity ,
t t also applies to enlisted men of the I Ito contribute to this deserving ,

Regular Navy whose period of enlistment I cause. I feel sure that the Jacksonville .4
has expired and has not Naval Air Station will do '
4 been voluntarily extended. It does its share in the local effort to push it 1
l not apply to those whose enlist :I the annual Community War Chest I .
ment period has not expired. campaign over the top.





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. :lAVAL AIR STATION PLAYS- HOST,, I Essex Back In U.S.,


Made Fine Record

I When the USS Essex steamed
into I'uget Sound Navy Yard,
Bremerton, Wah, a few weeks
ago, she brought with her the h
most remarkable and startling
fighting record In the annals of I =
the United States Navy
At ,the end of 17 continuous
z' at .I F + months in the Pacific combat zone, .
the longest single combat period

undergone by any carrier, the Es-
sex had steamed 233, 19 nautical c
miles and her air groups had flowna ;;
total of WG91 hours in which
they made 22,260 combat sorties
and dropped 4,143 tons of bombs,
A w t, The big ship took part in 69 u.s. NAVAL HOSPITAL
combat operations against the Japanese
starting with the Marcus
to the most recent
and Wake Island strikes, straight According
ALNAV from BuPers I and this is ,
to
stones
through all the stepping
Tokyo Her anti-aircraft guns shot mighty good news for you gala)

I -...... T" down 33 attacking planes, and her WAVES who are married are being
detached upon their request and
in station trlebratlon air groups destroyed 1,531 Japa-
Taking1 part Monday's anniversary
sent to the Separation Centers in
members House Naval Affairs nese aircraft, receiving creditor
; were nine of the Committee, their home districta
pictured as they arrived at NAS Saturday afternoon and were an additional 500 probable destroyed. -

greeted by Rear Admiral Ralph E Dav I son, Ja'k80n\'lIIe'lI MayorC .
Frank Whitehead and Brown Whatley, president of Jackson I The fourth United States war- Sixteen Hospital Corps WAVES
\llle Chamber of Commerce They inspected the stations, were ship to bear the name Essex, the who have Just completed the four
entertained, participated in ceremonies along with Navy and 27,000 ton carrier has a displace- months training course at the U. S.
Marine Corps notables ment 12 times greater than the N. H. Great Lakes, are expected to

kft In the insert deft) Representative Jesus T. Pinero, of combined weight of her three predecessors come aboard on 17 October. We
Puerto Rico, is greeted by Admiral Davison, as Florida Representative The first Essex was an : hope that they will like Jacksonville -
Emory W. Price makes the introducticns &50 ton frigate named for a coun- and will enjoy their new as-
Congressmen and welcoming! committee in the above pic- ty in Massachusetts which made signment here. Nothing like Florida -
ture are (left to right) : Mayor \\hitehetfd), Representatives history during the naval war with sunshine after that cold wind '\

Emory \\ Price (Ha, I, E. L. Bartlett (Alaska), and E. V. France and during the Barbary up north!
Izac I iCalif)) ; Admiral Davison; Representatives W. \\'. B1ackney coast actions from IfeOO to 1806. --..,--
I ( Mich ) L. M. Rivers ( S. C.V) A. Rowan <(< 111,1> J. 1'. The second was an iron-clad centerwheel ': The Physical Training and Welfare -
V s I Pinero, < P H.t I and E. Worley (Texas)I. Kneeling are Representative steamer which fought in' Departments are trying to
Y I C W Bishop (111 ) and president of the local Chamber the Civil War, and the third was a get the basketball courts In shape
of Commerce Brown \\'hatley.Moneywise wooden screw steamer of 615 tons in order to start the season tour-
-- -- -- --- attached to the South Atlantic and naments between the WAVES and
Electric Asiatic squadrons between 1878 Corpsmen Any other groups Interested -
Vet Can Buy ; TorpedoSank and IbB6.I In forming a league similar -
I her in Puget Sound
During stay to the woftball league please
:; Enemy Ships Navy Yard, the Essex will undergo contact Miss\ List in the Adminis-
$10,000 House On Credit complete overhaul and will receivea tration Building, So come on and
With New EffectAt new flight deck to replace the sign up you guys and gals!
old one which has been' worn out I
Without A Cash Payment least 300 Japanese ships went by' the 31,015 landings made on it New rivals-aboard the station !

down without the crews ever by Essex planes. this week are: Lt Uilhain B.
/IContinuiny its j/oluv ut ditusffitig I' --- ------ - -- knowing what hit them, for the | x_ --- Lytton (MC) ((8) USNR, and Lt
( various pliant ut the postwar 'a loan from the Veterans Administration U. S. Navy sybmarine) service hada (jjr) Charles J. Buiham (MC)

opportunities for aenictmen, new kind of electric torpedo : Weather Brings USNR.

JAX AIR NEWS presents; { btlow a Of course the FHA guaranteeseven which left no wake. I Detached this week are: Lt.

generally tneilooked possibility for larger mortgages en houses, The story of this secret, silent Uniform Change Comdr. Gustave Perdigan (DC)
the po&t-\car home-buyer) us eon weapon was revealed for the first USNR released to the Separation
but if the veteran exceeds the $10- I Uniform for all hands is now Center at Malnside for inactive
iltnutd by reporter BIll Smith, r 3// time last week in a Navy DEpartment -
000 figure he must find some other release The optional, and whites or blues maybe duty.
To service men and women who way to make up the difference left sunk or damaged by' enemy the new ships torpedo ,, chosen to fit the vagaries of I Lt. (Ug) J. M. J. Hutson (MC)
intend to buy homes after doffing
Florida's autumn weather, accord- USNR is going on leave stalling
uniform the credit by the $2000, or 20 cent, ranged in size from battleships
the guarantee per ing to the Plan.ol.the-Day. 12 October and then will be de-
small ,
features of the GI Bill of Rights limitation on Veterans Administration ; to cargo vessels' The. | The chill winds which have tached to San Fiancisco, Califcrnia -
first attack
offer valuable help in educing guarantees, with an electric torpedo swept over Jacksonville for the ,

financial obstac'es! to home owner Here are some other little-known H proved was made so successful in September, 1943. past week caught everyone; by surprise I Ensign Eleanor Baird ship. particularly and personnel shivered and NR to U. S. N. H, Seattle, Wa sh-
features of the GI Bill In daylight attacks tie-
Fairly general! understood is : on shook in their lightweight sum- ington.
tU feature of the GI Bill which A house) with as many as four st 1O escorted convoys, that by mer outfits Coffee messes I i Detached and on final leave is! :
guarantees; through the \eteians separate dwelling units I may July; 1945 more than :JOOO had been throughout the station were the Lt. Mary E. Phaneuf (NC) URN.I !
Administration, half of home loansto qualify as a home Hence, a veteran used in combat The USS Barb ', most popular gathering; places, i I Lt Comdr. Luther M Cole) j j
veterans up to $4000, and up may' use his credit guarantee fired eight and got eight hits In' and Ship*.Service did a land office Chaplain, USNR was awarded the i rI,
to a maximum of $2000 on largerJoans to buy' such a home, live in it himself one attack, and escaped, because business at the coffee counterin Purple Heart Medal and citaticn. iiH
) I and draw income from the patrol {'I'aftt'le unable! to ascertain the early morning hours I was wounded in t'nemadlon /;

If this were as far us the Bill other units wake.her course without the telltale Then was a rush to the tailor 2 April 1911 while attKjud to the :

went, however, many veterans I In the case of two veterans be. hops with blues that had lain neglected USS Heniico 1'
The electric torpedoes, like the in a corner of the locker all .
would be left in the cold through ing married to each other, both -
inability to find a livable home indecent husband and wife are entitled to other types, me gyroscope eontiolKd during the summer months for a i The USO show Fun Follies'
u community for $4,000. | their own individual credit guarantees : They' are more than 20 badly'needed cleaning and pressing will be presented on the wards for

And, on property costing over $4- from the Government, provided feet long contain approximately borne: of the boys and girls the patients in the afternoon and
COO, few would have the cold cash the wife is not prohibited by' 2000 parts, and weigh about one trying them on first to see how the again at 1850 in the auditorium Jon
and hall tons I had fared dining the Friday 19 October According
to bridge the gap between the State law from contracting debts a It cists $6500, figures .
or about\ two-thiids as much as steaming months just passed 'to advance publicity this show
Government guarantee of $2000 All in all, the GI benefit law
stearh toipedoesSpecial' i js No doubt, just as soon, as the really has something which will be
and currently inflated home prices goes far beyond the hlghl.toutt'doffer blues get back from the cleanersand mighty interesting to all hand",
But to the E'ditIund veteran to guarantee half cf a $4,000 -
whites are put away', we'll geta glamour lovelies, songs, etc
who is patient and unfazed by red loan Complete information on do..e'IJf real stifling weather._ The \Velfare and Re> ation Of- "
tape and paper work, the GI Bill :Ithese regulations can le obtained Training and we'll wish we had those cool, ficer is looking for a good commit I
also makes it possible to:, buy' a I( without obligation from any' comfortable outfits -on again, tee to help with the Halloween I
house valued up to UO, OO and ,I branch office of the Veterans Ad- For WAVES Closes' -- Dance and Barbecue to be held! on
pay no cash on the property at all. minibtiation 26 October If ;you are interestedin
Red Cross Swimming
Few service people know of this I Vst Specialized training for UAVES this funmakintf:, please contact I
feature, which has not been as which has been carried on at Course Nears CloseThe Miss List in the \\elfaie and Recreation \
widely publicized as the $2,000 Post-war Reserve more than 40 naval establishments office in the Hospital Administration -
maximum guarantee provision will be discontinued in December I special instructedtiatnlngccuihe Building aa soon HS
in functional swimming, lifesaving 1
This feature of the Vets Bill Plans Now Begun ; with the graduation ofI1'AVES and water safety being practicable
states. that where another Government from the hospital corps
I
agency', such as the Federal i I Plans are now being formulatedfor schools located in the Bronx, N. conducted at the indoor pool by ,, ',1II1)lwlllcIu..h'| ale
Holinan G. Mal ks American Red
Housing Agency', would lend or a post-war Naval Reserve Y, and in Bethesda, Md. The American Red Cross is hav-
guarantee a first mortgage on which will retain the best features I WAVES in the last hospital Cross field representative, will ing a Symphonic Hour to be held

home I property., the Veterans Ad- | of the pre-war Reserve and benefitby corps school class at the Naval wind up tomorrow. In the library at 1930 each Wednesday ,
ministration can guarantee fully a Improved equipment end methods Training Center, Great Lakes, will Mr Marks has had several ;yearsof evening and ('
second mortgage up to one-fifth of of training, it was stated in a I be graduated 18 October Training experience as a first aid and .vitts the entire staff and patients
the value of the property', as longas Navy Department release received I'lis also finished this month for con- water safety instructor in his hometown to attend this hour of really good

the one-fifth does not go over here this week.Exregulars 'trol tower operators at NAS, At- St. Petersburg, Ha He music.
$2,000. I and Reserves who lanta, and for mailmen at tlwet served as swimming; instructor at i Fifty-one albums of Symphonic j
the St YMCA for three records through the
Petersburg procured cooperation -
Those who are Jnterested in the do not plan to transfer to the Regular 'Post Office, San Francisco I t
years, coached several high school of Mrs, Francis Holt,
of this can: obtain I Navy, will have an
operation program opportu- I In December, the last groups of swimming teams, and attended the president of the Ladies Friday
technical details from to continue their Naval '
any city careersin aerographer's a mates and link
Red Cross National Aquatic Schoolat Musicale" of Jacksonville are on
tank or buildmg-and association either Ready or Standby Naval trainer instructors will I leave '
Bievard, N, C. hand. No finer selections of beau-
But here, in brief, is howIt Reserv
schools at Atlanta and at Lake-I
be found readily
tiful music -
The course which he conducted can as
works: I It is contemplated that the postwar hurst, N. J. here included 40 hours of Instruction as these were, so those who are j
The Federal Housing Agency', I Naval Reserve will provide the I Officer candidate training at interested, do join the rest of the
after evaluating the property and opportunity for officers and men the midshipmen school in wash- -- ._ --- good music lovers Wednesday
approving the credit of the prospective to keep abreast of the newest development ington, D. C., was completed 28 evening To make it a little more
buyer, will then guarantee I s in their branch cf the September, with the graduation of., NO 'interesting you may select any particular -
a first mortgage running as high [ Navy; that those who desire to enter 'a class of occupational and physical I SMOhurtf number you wish as this Han
ht W per cent of the value on a I the more active Reserve will' therapists. all request get-together

home costing up to $3 400; and 60 be paid for participation in drills I va R. I. Hall, Ensign <( } T cent of the value on a small and training cruises; and for those I I *"
The carrier USS Bunker Hill I
,
than $6000 who unable to devote
house
costing more I are are as
I Guam is American
has been nicknamed the Holidny The the sersion -
Thus, a :::;o"eIDment-appro\'ed much time, other facilities fcr "
Ex pi ess and for good rea&cn of the pocket battleship! Designated -
house sellingfor $5,000 is eligible training and instruction, will be I'All her major strikes in a ;yearof i a battle cruiser, she exceeds -
j<,r a $4,500 FHA-guaranteed i made available .on a voluntary Ia-I combat were made during holidays many battleships in length
mortgage t Following that guarantee sis I They stack up like this: and tonnage bOO feet plus long,
the veteran can get the $500 "Officers being separated," the I II Armistice Day, '43 Rabaul, j and 27000-plus tons. She carries
(,n a second mortgage fully guaranteed I directive states, "ale urged to retain I Thanksgiving operations leading 1 inch guns In place of the eipht- .
by the Veterans Administration their commissions in the Reserve to Tarawa and Makin. Chiistmaa I inch weapons of the usual l type
Other civilians) would and enlisted men to ship Day raided Kagieng New \eara : heavy cruiser. Only one other
have: to pay the $:;00 in cash over into V-6, U. S. Naval Reserve, Day Bismarck Archipelago cp.trations I tl't American warship, the USS Alas-

Or, let us say, the veteran finds in accordance with existing regu- Washington birthday. i i ka, her sistersliip, is like her
a $10,000 home, which he can lations, for inactive duty, thereby '-44 --Tinian and Saipan April First commanding officer of the
ford, on which the PHA retaining their present rate until Fool's Day bombed Woleal Columbus I USS Guam was Captain Leland P.
good; for an.$",OOO mortgage 8t-1/ such time as the final classifications Day hit "'ormoI! Armistice I I/ovette former Director of Navy
can: get the remaining $2,000 established.; ." Day Or mot Bay oft Leyte I Public Relations





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WEARING LONG 1'ANTS. AND NO LONGEI SUFFERING FROM GROWING: I Holds \\'ol'II1'II/l'thl'r/ ," the Chaplain's Department float, came net Two smart-
PAINS, N.t$ JACKSONVILLE PASSED: ANOTHER: MILESTONE: : IN ITS HISTORY: looking, companies of "',\\'ES marched by. The flight deck of a, carrier was T-l's
I LAST MONDAY IN fifth birthday' and embarked upon a new chapter, training: theme. A crash ambulance was followed by Ordnance and Gunnery the longest floatIn
pilots and alrcrewmen fur the post-war! fleet To commemorate this historic occasion, the parade.' The Photo Ijib float came next' then ;MFOTU.: another band, more
and to help the Air Station celebrate the etentltli tilting/ ceremonies, a group of tailor A &: IC, and Physical Training' conception of a) rubber life raft afloat in the
ailinlrals, led by Vice Admiral Marc A, )litc'her. famed commander' of Task Force 38, vast I'adfhIIIJllif'IIIjC' survival training An engine (cutaway depicted the. Inspection!
and III delegation of Congressmen from the Mouse Naval Affair* Committee came to Department. PublicVorks had a huge dI'k"o symboli/e :24-liour-a-day service. A
Jacksonville.! It was a constant round of inspection tours, luncheons, and receptions, \VAVK: float showed the Navy rates held by W.-\\1',1'lIl'n; another company of
with the high spot on the program a mammoth parade with a Mardi! (!ran air. There WAVKS: marched past the stand. Supply had a float tilled with gorgeous! gals White-
were 2G< float !t"ily decorated .each) with a theme representing: particular\ depart clad sailors again tiled by, then Welfare's float came into view a hot jive band with
ment's activity. 'l'hl'rp1'1'''' inarching :Marines, sailor, and %'s.\\ 1S.; There was; plenty I a sailor and WAVK jitterbugging.; sailors marching, lee Field featured a Link
tlf stirring, martial music from three crack bands the Air Station Band, the N'AITC Trainer. Mayport's contribution saw a bird's-eye view of air-sea rescue work. Then
Hand, and tli.. Separation Center Hand. The \i lting dignitaries, accompanied; by official came the tloat that made the biggest hit the Commissary Department It showed
*' of the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce and hosts Hear Admiral Ralph E. I a galley and serving line, and a chief sitting with his feet on a desk calmly drinking
Avion, Chief: of SHalIr Operational Training:, and ('alall.lIlhoIlY( K. Brady, I coffee as the cooks sweated over their job". :More tailors Cecil Field, NAGS, Vl'lt
commanding; ofrtcer of NAS, led the parade down the streets of Jacksonville In open I more sailors, another band, more sailors, V.M, the Medical Department's mobil hospital .
(Tttrs behind III police escort on motorcycles with screaming; Hlreiin. The fleet of cars another A &: K float, and still more sailors., The Yard Department had a high
[draw t I) a halt before a flag-bedecke stand erected on the! slileualks In front of I speed' personnel boat mounted on a truck chassis. Transportation was a study in contrast
the Windsor H..tel. After a quick acknowledgement of the crowd's acclaim, they (limbed a !giant lluck' Rogers crane followed" by a motor ,scooter. Still more sailors, anensergeny
lulu the reviewing! !stand just as more motorcycle raced down the olreet. A jeep I ambulance. Personnel Relations a birthday cake with five pretty girls as
rounded the c-ruer carrying Comdr. Paul E.:; KmricU" station executive ofticer. Then I ciindUs and a band playing Happy IlirthJay. Communications': \ float wound up the parade. .
the parade ram Into view. Twirling hi" baton came Chief riill( Bennett leading the I A group of judges composed of Admiral Davison, Mayor ('. Frank \\hilehea.l,
Air Station Uand. A. they passed in review before the stand, they struck up with and Chamber of Commerce President Krown What ley selected the Commissary Depart
"AiiclioM Awelnh./ Neat cam a battalion of Marines. Admiral MiUcher dropped hi* ment's I'.S.S.' 'how 'how as best with Mayport und Personnel Relations next.n\
eyes for a moment to wave back at a large group of srhool-aged kids which were that whacky-looking jeep driving the Jap radar equipment at the tail end of the
flol the Flight luslrnetor procession, the work of the at the Radio I.ab.
crowding ariHind. yelling and waving to him. The first was I was an extemporaneous entry boys justin
*' Sch<><.l with a birthday cUe and the Old Professor conducting a class. "l-'altli cast you couldn't figure out what \it was all atiout.






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I Administration Annex, Bide. 954
Telephone Extension' 8512LI. a
i, !('..mdr. hmn F. holly, I'SMI, Editor t I
l The JAAIR; NEWS .Ik publUned weekly at the U. S.
Naval Air Station Jacksonville. Florida by the Office of
\ Public information I at no expense to the government and In I ]Jy Chaplain Lee W Davidson,, Jr.
\ compliant with Secnav Circular Letter 45-526: VH May 1943.rnnncl "."
Copies are distributed tree of charge' at the Natal Air Whether you happen to be one of those' "'
Station. the Natal Mr Technical 1'ralning Center, the
Headquarters of the Naval Air Operllllonal '\'alnlnK Com. fortunate individuals who are about to

Naval, Naval\\a Auxiliary Air Station Air station Cecil F ;f3.nt Cote Natal Springs Air. stand in their last Navy chow line, or whether
Gunner l'hour. the U. S. Naval Hospital the Naval Auxiliary you still have a few more months to
Air Station Municipal No. 1. and the Naval Auxiliary v's
Air Station. Ma'pul't, "sweat it out," it is certain that you are interested

Hear Admiral Ralph K Davlson, USN I in going home. Before you toss
Chief of Naval Air Operational Training I aside your uniform for that "purple tie and

Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN green suit," there are a few facts which I
Commanding Officer would like to throw out for your consideration. -
Jacksonville Naval Air StationCapUIn .

Commanding Ford N. Taylor Otficer, USN! I I I First of all, let me emphasize the fact

Naval Air Technical Training Center that you are one of the luckiest veterans

Captain John J. Malley (MC), USN a that the world has ever known. Never beforein
Commanding Officer
U. S. Naval Hospital history has a government provided such
I of assistance and
Colonel Martin J. Keliener, USMC (Bet.) Caught completely by "Mirprta lIy last wl"4'k'slid snap, practically -.. a program opportunity as
Commanding, Officer everyone made a feverish dash into the dark recesses of their i that offered by our present government. After
Marine Barracks Jockers to dust off those almost forgotten blues and found that the the war of the Revolution, Congress was

Commander Edwara t.. Dolecek USN sadly neglected winter uniform was badly In need of a going over not even able to supply the back pay

Naval Commanding Air Gunnels'Officer:school in the pressing that it DOES shPTh Chilly weather was a not-too-gentle reminder most of the soldiers. After the Civil J War, rfSrntt
get cold in Florida.
Showing what the well-
veterans turned loose to find their
dressed sailor were
and WA111 wear this winter
Commander 'rank 1. Corbin, USN Lois A. Leser, Y3c,
Commanding Officer of Joliet Ill", who Is assigned to the Office' of Public Information ,home as best they could. One soldier muster' "
Naval Auxiliary Air :Station.: Green Cote Springs and Paul LeBreton SIc, of Chicago '"- a member of the Yard ed out in Georgia walked all the way hometo

Commander Commanding How aid Officer E. Born USN Police stroll on the Chapel grounds in those natty blues. Indiana. After World War I, the veteran

Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field situation was improved some, but not very

Commander Salem A. Van Every, Jr., USN Feel LikeGa bling? I much, as every one knows. Your present
Commanding Officer government has made provisions to assist
Naval Auxlllaiy: Air Station. Municipal No. 1
Commander John B. Huhn USNK Once the demobilization process is completed, there will you in your return to civilian )life in mattersof

Commanding Officer be an estimated million returned servicemen who employment health, education, and even
Naval Auxiliary Air Station May'port will open
instances assistance in the
in
businesses of their some purchasing
own, according to
Lieut. CoL William T. Evans USMC (Ret.) a report made by Mau- of a home, or a business. With the
Maverick
Commanding Officer ry the chairman
of the Smaller War
Marine Aviation DetachmentThe Plants Cor- proper response and initiative on your part,

JAX AIR NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Service poration. a successful future is assured.
and Ship's Editorial Association mateilal. Republication During the closing phases of the :
careful consideration
and for
of credited matter prohibited without pet mission of CNS war during the lull The next matter your -
War Department :ao5 E. 42nd St.. N.Y.C.of or other!:SEA matter Washington that preceded return to civilian life, these servicemen t as you contemplate going home, is
25 D. C. Republication any I
except by service publications Is prohibited without faced the problem of their own economic futures and decided that of your relationship to the folk back

permission of Editor JAX AIR NI'S.I :: that they would make a try at being their bosses. home. What are you planning to be like when <
own
studied the They you return to your family? Are you going to
market
reports and the business columns of demand lots of attention? The proper thingto
EditorDear I
Letters to the
I newspapers and elected to plunge into the dammed-up mar- do, of course, is to return home and as

ket for consumer goods. The number of closed filling stations quickly and quietly as possible make the

Editor: I household appliance stores, radio stores, and meat proper adjustments necessary to your be-

I'm in a dither over the meaning of two markets seemed to indicate that opportunity awaited the coming, once again, a vital part of your family I
who could them
words "Reception Center." Can someone men open in the post-war period. your home, and your community. Nowis

define them for me ? Bureau of Labor statistics pointed toward immediate the time to start thinking about the Impression

post-war increases in retail and wholesale demand. All signs you wish to create when you return
I've these two words
building
seen on a
in the construction
building, furniture home.
paper, lumber, and
across the street from Mainside Ship's Service -
fields
specialty gave the gren light to the
new-comer.
and I thought it was a place to entertain
Nobody likes to be a cog in somebody else's
for serviceman to machine,
yourself --- or a use as a
comfortable place to visit with guests or his and nobody likes to be stifled by the- routine, the seniority,

I, wife., I thought it was a place you could read and the obscurity that usually accompany the secure job in i iti :
few a corporation. The American has been taught to think for
book
a or perhaps play a games.
himself and that's what he wants to do. Therefore the mil-
OrUbrr _,
I have visited this center a few times Srntt for Sunday 51, 1
lion men, more or less, who endured three years of war living l Protestant ('haprl0730Holy ,_ <
with my husband and daughter and was VnimunlonChaplain L, W, Cole
decidred to gamble on their own abilities to make an 0"U5-BilK !:. L. Hooch 'IUiUO
greeted at the door with a warm welcome, economic place for themselves in the peace-time struggle. I -:NA1TC SeI\lcca-lhaPlaln A. U. Archibald preach- .1
wondered if I In*. -
yet at first glance we we were
They figured long and hard on the backs of envelopes, attempting ()W, >-:Sunday; School for Children In the Small Chaiwl. % pl!'
welcome. There has been more than ,
never 1000-U. S. :Natal Hospital Sei\loe.
three couples there at one time, and to weigh a tangible list of assets against an intangible j 1015--Morning \\on>hln-Chaplain H. A. Potter pieath-
any
list of risks, pitfalls, bad breaks ; and when they were lug ,
they were sitting around scared to move.Maybe
this will help to explain: | finished, they decided to go ahead with the plan. i Cutliollo WMMUIi Ch.pell, Manila Hud sad Blrml h.iu Avtcv j

When walk in the door and see the Without this American pioneering spirit, there wouldn'tbe 0830-Mass.
you any America as we know it, and the willingness of the' OUJO-all.!
luxurious furniture you also see an invisible : 1100-Mass 1
individual to take his own risks is a keystone of this spirit.Unt'oitunately 1700 >ljClirUtUnNrleac sa
note attached to each sofa and chair saying: I Srnlcci Muslin Stead and BlrmlafhamAvenue.
"Are your whites clean enough to sit here?" i sucess in starting a new, small business 1 .

or "Don't touch---it might break. You can requires more than pioneering spirit. It requires money in Litter 1100-hay Small Snint.j chapel.Small Chapel, c.r.u .( Muttla aid

others like "Don't smoke the bank, knowledge of double-entry bookkeeping, experiencein irmiDI".ID.
almost see -- you I 1900-Mutual! l meeting (\Vedne.da>').
. might dirty the ash trays." That eagle eye the type of problems that will arise, and an unbroken Jewish Kthiloui Sfrleft and *'fll v. hlp I }Hour.
Jb'ilday. 1515-Small Chapel, Muslin and, nlln,harn.
is always watching you I sh'ealof, luck during the early years. Statistics show a Malnlde.
I bleak picture for the young enterprise: one out of three new 1 Tuesday l\O-U:1-Chapl.lnl':! ( Office NATTC.
Was the center built for ladies to use the I Tuesday 17001JChaplain's Office Yellow Water
"powder room" and then leave ? I wonder. Idon't 'concerns fails the first year of operation, and two out of I'GS.Firat .
three close their doors before the end of six In wholesaling Thursday of each month 1700-JSOO, Chaplain' 01-
feel welcome when I'm uncomfortable.Do I years. flee, N\AS.; Green Cote :Spilnji.
? and manufacturing, one out of five concerns does not Second Thursday of each month. 1630-1800, Reading
you Room, NAAS, Maypoit.
I wish someone would set me straight on I survive the first year, and 80 per cent are out of business by Thlid Thuikday of each month 1300-16.W.: Chapel' J .1
the end of six years. Taking all small businesses together, Note: No sertice in PBV Hangar Area. .
the center. Perhaps I have the wrong slant,
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only one out of five started in any one year will still be goingat -
but I doubt it. I
A Sailor's Wife. the end of eight years. A Thing Called WFOMThere

-k Pretty gloomy picture? It is gloomy, but for the rugged

-- souls who stick it out until dreams come true, the rewards is one outgrowth of the Vast four

Dear Sir: are great. There are ways to ge outside help, and the serviceman years which will undoubtedly cause troublefor

Concerning your editorial on i isolation : I who is dumped into the civilian economy should keepall 'one and all during the next four years.

" We sold scrap to Japan and left our Pa- of them in mind. For instance, there's the GI Bill of For want of a better name, we can call it

, cific unfortified because we wanted to be I Rights, under the terms of which a veteran can have a loan "war frame of mind"

{ "Good Neighbor" to the "little men." We uaranteecl up to $2,000. And there's the Surplus Porperty I The possessor of WFOM[ believes that all

didn't want to offend diplomatic; relations.We I Board regulations which provides that any veteran who the laws of common sense have been suspended -
were blind to facts. served in the armed forces after 16 September 1910 and be- during the war-laws like

I believee should try to be friendly but 'ore the end of the war is eligible to buy a maximum of $2- courtesy, thoughtfulness, sobriety-ami economy will

it should be a "barter-system." We rarelyare 300 worth of surplus property at top priority, provided. he I continue to be suspended for all time insofar

, on the receiving end of "Good Will" expressed ;shows that he wants to use it to establish or maintain himself : as the veteran is concerned. He believes that

( in concrete, material form, but we always in a small business or professional enterprise.Now I I the Navy or the Army or the Marine Corpsis }

are giving and giving---without return. i is the time when al of use face the same problem : responsible for all the flaws that he finds

f" We shouldn't let the glowing phrase "good What shall we do with the. future? Shall we make a clean in hii own mode of living, and is utterly convinced -

neighbor" blind us to the real facts. I break with the past? Shall we try to start a new way of living I that the dimly remembered civilian

Every man has!' a different definition of after the war, eliminating from our lives the objectionable t )life is free of all flaws. He is firmly COIl

"isolation." :My definition would be: to avoid I departments that used to gall us before the war? Shall' winced that life as a civilian is free of pain,

such baited hooks as low interest, huge for- I we go back to the machine shop, the store, the desk _the I free of trouble, and free.of minor gripes concerning ,

, eign loans without hope of repayment, and familiar, unexciting thingsor shall we try to venture across I chow, clothes, job, and similar odds

to avoid trusting such nations as Russia who the horizon into a different, new world ? I. and ends. .

have not earned that trust. Certainly, a new business is a gamble but so was the I Sir Francis Bacon often disccussed this

An ostrich does not stick its head in the gold rush of '49 in California. It's <,comforting to remember. type of person, only he used the old-fashion-

, sand- It runs! that one rule still holds: the man who ,gets, \\ivre\ first with,j I ed word "fool." We just made up "WFOM"

.r Critic. the most always) wins. .. to see if you 'were alert. .






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t. I New Librarian IDE1. '


( I Reports Here;


Begins Duties

S YY rfIGLY I SALTY HUMOR FROM WELFARE

I II HERE AND THERENo


, ./' Kent, For The Weary PRESENTSMAINSIDE

Messman: "Chief, can't I take a
i." little time off for a rest? My had
I Remember all those Reserve Is spinning around and it seems

Blue posters that decorated the local like the ceiling is coming downon
"
WAVE Barracks Bulletin me. MOVIES
Chief: "Here, take this and
Boards about a month ago ? They rag
wipe the dust off the rafter
THURSDAY
announced the contest for the best "
suggestions for tyY ko when they get close enough. "COME OUT FIGHTING" with Leo Gorcey and Huntz Hall. An.
converting our va- ,
rious well-worn Uniforms of the Doing Nicely,-Thanks other of the East Side Kids series with the customary amount of rough
Day into something we'll be able and tumble stuff to entertain audiences that follow them. Mason
The doctor was questioning the Field 1930.
to use after we get through with
new nurse about a patient
all this process of points and Personnel FRIDAY"CRIME
"Have you kept a chart on his
Separation Centers. The DOCTOOR'S WARNING" with Warner Baxter. White
caused progress; ? investigating the slaying of a young artist's model, Baxter uncovers
message little furore apparently amid the local Cou-no "No," replied the blushing girl" two other murders. It looks as if the innocent party will suffer until

toure for an number of I "but I can show you my diary. The Crime Doctor finds the motive for the crimes. From then on It
amazing
talented WAVES took their sketch The difficult Job of station librarian I Is easy for him to solve the case and catch the culprit. Mason Field
i Miss Ah, Sweet YouthlThe !
is not one to frighten 1930.
and in hand to
pads pencils pictorially I
rewrite THE STORY QF Bernita J. Golly, who arrived beautiful young thing came I SATtRnA: Y.SUNU\
YOU IN NAVY BLUE! I aboard 4 October to take over out of the water after a swim "in "THE LOST WEEKEND" with Ray Milland and Jane Wyman.
on the raw," and lay down on the Ray Milland plays the role of a young, attractive fellow whose addiction
The official announcement of thf the post vacated by Miss Emily! bank to sun herself. Soon a rus- to alcohol causes his brother to arrange a weekend at which he

\ winners will be forthcoming next Colt, and who has served as a Navy I tling of the leaves became audi- might recover some of his mental and physical composure. The desire
week, but Scuttlebutt tell us thatthe
?' had librarian for almost three years In .ble."Who's for drink is so great that Milland contrives to avoid both the brother
judges/ a pretty tough duty there?" she asked. and the girl Jane Wyman, who is in love with him. After a drunken
narrowing the field to a chosen NAS, Norman, and in Washington -
orgy, he attempts to end his life but is thwarted the who
few. Fact Is, rumor continues, that "It's me, replied a highpitchedmale I by girl,
it was to make an Hon- D. C. voice. I finally manages to talk him out of his despair and at the end he appears
; orable necessary Mention list to accommo As the custodian of thousands "How old are you?" the young fired with a purpose to overcome his\ weakness. Mason Field

"',. date the near misses tallied by the of books at malnside library and thing asked. '' 1930.
subsidiary locatedat "Seventy-nine, darn 111"! MONDAY
enterprising/ entrants.We at the branches
r I'I'non't "FRISCO SAL" with Susanna Foster Turhan
Bey. Susanna Foiter -
hear too, from Lieut. Rather Cecil Field, Lee Field, Mayport, Either
\Ve arrives on the Barbary Coast seeking news of the murder of her
M Train.
!ne Rahl of the Physical
ing and Welfare Department, that Naval Hospital, and Municipal No. Teacher: "Now, Frankle, if I brother. She becomes a singer in Turhan Bey's music hall and he fall:*

" The Winahs! and the best of the 1, Miss Golly will be responsiblefor lay two eggs over here J d three i in love with her. Alan Curtis, mysterious owner of a rowdy saloon,

.I( Also flans will be incorporated In- the buying of books and the over there, how many will there feuds with Bey to keep him away from Susanna and he tells her that:
be altogether?" Bey is the murderer. Following many battles between the two men,
to a Sketch Book by that department administration of library details in
I'" .,. and distributed gratis to any Frankie: "Personally, I don't the singer learns that Bey is Innocent, because there was no murder
[ each unit. I committed. Mason Field
think can do it. 1930
you
and all of us who plan our own j
I I to NAS Sax
I j post-war clothing reconversion j i Coming directly TUESDAYWEDNESDAY"GUEST
;". policy. Look lively. for it, because '! from the Library Section, Navy Hard Times Hit The Barnyard WIFE" with Claudette Colbert, Don Ameche. Home

I it's bound to be good what with 'i Department, Washington, which Is |I The farmer was sitting on his' from the war, an American correspondent, in order to prove to his -
I all its display of local talent and libraries bothI steps In front df the farmhouse, sentimental boss that he is married, borrows the wife of his best friendto
1 I the hub of all Navy ,
ingenuity I i I eating a sandwich, when a hen pose as his spouse. Complications arise, with friends and acquaintances .
I ;" Sorry that we can't give you I I I ship and shore' the new librarian I went past him like a shot. The puzzeled by the situation: but the matter Is eventually straight-

'< The Word at this point as to the I can look back to a busy three 'I rooster in pursuit suddenly put on ened out to everyone's satisfaction. Mason Field 1930.
I I I brakes and stopped to eat the ------ -- -----
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specific designs that were chosen, I years as a civilian employee in
;t:' but suffice for the present (we I I'r I naval service. Her first duty with I crumbs that fell from the farmer's STUDENT OFFICERSTIIUIWDAYI'RIDAY
' hope!) to say that the jujglngwa'i I sandwich. Surprised the farmer
of conversion I the Navy came in December 1912, looked at the rooster and shook

R"1 r, based(after on all simplicity we aren.t all Home EC I,I I when she reported to N A TTCen, I his head. "HOUSE ON 92ND STREET" Lloyd Nolan; 1930.(

It,I majors with nimble needles, y' NAS, Norman, Oklahoma, with Instructions I "Sure" hope I never get that hun- No Show. SATURDAY '

; know!) economy (we can't see to set up an appropriate I gry, he muttered. SUNDAY M

,. spending $20 in additions to a library system at that station. 1 Heaven ForbidFirst -- "CRIME DOCTOR'S WARNING" Warner Baxter; 1930.3IONI1AYTUESI j
i' that cost but $5 twos
seersucker
with the
Previous to her
smartness.I'I Career i Sardine: "Let's swim downI ).\Y

i seasons Great minds ago, I etc.and, must be true, I Navy,librarian Miss Golly, Northwestern served as document University I Crow Creek to Cheyenne." "LOST WEEKEND," Ray Milland Jane Wyman; 1930.WEDNESDAY ,
Second Sardine: "That's too far a
for many of the designs Submitted '; following her graduationfrom I there we'd "FRISCO SAL Susanna Foster .
another fash i to swim. When we get ; 1930.
were duplicated by :i that Institution. A native
(For brief Mainside
be tired. description see )
i so program.
theJudges' 7
thus making
ion-wise femme, of Peoria, Illinois, and a midwesterner | "Well then let'stake
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task no simpler. I I had
by choice, she never the bus."
OTHER EVENTS
1,. Miss Rahl and the committee of spent much time in other parts of Second Sardine: "What! And be
t Judges allow as how thoy'rs.as I I I the Country before the Navy as- crowded in there like sailors ?" COXING

pleased as Judy with the turn out I signment In. Washington. .,I _m_ For information regarding workouts call Lt. Rubino, Extension
of id."s and the general all-around | Asked to discuss any proposed Could They He .Alrl"dall'' 593 or report to Malnside Mat after 1500.CKEV'S .

I::_---- utility of suggestions./ Pick your changes in library policy as it now Two sailors sat in their hotel i
> post-war future for the SC I stands, Miss Golly stated that she 'I room and consumed a quart of I DANCE: ,
changes are good for both the BG planned to continue the practice spirits. One of them had an idea I There will be a Crew's Dance at the Mainside Auditorium, Saturday

I may. or the Little Woman of the next |I of buying all new books of general' and raised: the window. "I'm 13 October, 2030 to 2330. Music by DEAN HUDSON and his orchestra
few years. We've rrcel\cd permission I Interest but that she hoped to Increase i'i irrg to take off and fly gO-I with Frances Colwell as featured vocalist.
to on a few of the fan- .
pass the number of magazineand "
bit, he remarked boldly. Leaping SWIMMING a
and outside i I
ideas unofficially
cier newspaper subscriptions now from the window, he burled his
the customary Chain of Command, held by the library. As a matter Officers-at Student Officers' Pool and Officers' Club Pool from "
nose In the cement three floors below -
herein. | of practical help to the readers, i The next day his friend wentto OSOO to 2200 daily Enlisted-pools 1 & 2 Main lde from 0800 10,.2100

What to do with the broken- ( the catalog file system will be the hospital to see him. daily.

down old beanie? Well, how about ; changed to include subject headings I' "I certainly made a fool of my- ROWLING
lining the dark top and brim with as well as author and title "
self yesterday, said the patient. Si* alleys located inn Mainside Recreation Building No. 3. Alleysare
yellow oiled silk (a big bowlcover headings; this addition will help ?"
"Why didn't you stop me I open from 1000 to 2100 Monday thru Saturday and 1200 to 210J(
should furnish enough if to make the material "
you library more "I should have, 'replied the I on Sunday. Instruction available by appointment.
can't get it by the yard), and wearit readily available to those search-I friend meekly, "but darned If I

clock-like with nonchalance and I ing for information in a specific didn't think you couM do it at the GOLF
I the blue rain-coat to brighten up field. I time."
the landscape on gloomy damp I Assisting Miss Golly in carrying I __ I Course open from 1000' to 2030 Monday th u Saturday and 0800

civilian days. Why not shorten I on the library work here and nt Sic: I'll be frank with you. to 2030 on Sunday. Golf clubs and O balls are available at Golf House.

that extra blue serge skirt to subsidiary branches are: Jane F. You're not the first girl I ever Free instruction to Naval personnel by appointment call extension
skating length and add a red belt i Mayer Marie L. Steirett, Mary V. kissed. 3157. 'Bathing trunks prohibited on golf course.!

at Its waist. Sew a fluff of red Osborne Rachel H. Scherer, anl Wave: And I'll be frank with ANC'IIOKAGK II

yarn atop your trusty watch cap, I Elvie 1\[. Boykin. I you. You've got a lot to learn.
wear a navy wool slip-over under'' Open daily to enlisted personnel (with Liberty Cards and uniformof
'- your dungaree shirt add red knee- [I the day), 1730 to 2130.. Located south of Mason Field.

high stockings and voila! You'veas I TENNIS
For The
Casting Ones
'smart a rink costume as the Big
Racquets and balls are available at the
I frozen north would care to see1! Physical Training Building -
Amazing and amusing stuff can No. 726 and equipment rooms at Building No. 2 and- nn u_ the Milt
Area (corner of Muslin and Yorktown Roads;),
seersuckers with
be done to the a

bit of rick-rack or some bright RECEPTION CENTER _
cotton cloth! Belts collars, bibs,
bows and bindings can be run up The Reception Center, located In south wing of building No 955,
in no time at all by a quick is open to N.A.S. personnel and their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily

change artist! The slickest kind
BOATING AND \II.I.NO
of blazer may be achieved by the

more experienced seamstress by Call extension 623, Yard Craft Officer, for information.
removing the collar and reveres .

1 on a blue Jacket, binding the edges if w mcutv

with red wool and appliqueing a Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Building No. 3.

i hard-won crow and rating emblem : ,,. Open from 0800 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and from 1200 to
on a patch breast pocket! Thesewe 2100 on Sunday .
hasten to restate, are NOT
necessarily winning entries! Rather PICNICS

they're Just a sneakpeelc at t CAt Athletic gear available for picnics in Welfare Office, building!
why the judges quietly beat their rI. No. 3.

heads against the Ad Building IISUINOFresh
walls for recreation during the
water casting rods, salt water and: fresh water hand lines '
-......... committee meetings. available in the Welfare Office, Building No. 3.
; To the Victors we offer a premature -

I Congratulations! I. VOLl.F.l'IUU.U IINTN, TOUCH FOOTBALL '

To the Vanquished we offer a Officer personnel previously scheduled for sports in the Auditor

, hearty Well Done! him are requested to meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized

We've all enjoyed wearing our activities. (Mainside Auditorium will be secured for re-decor

uniforms, and we'll all rememberwith ating until further notice).
. nostalgia, the days when Wtl KATIIRYN GRAYSON came up In film to fast that she's EXCURSIONSilver

wore them au naturel1' But Quick' only beginning to catch tier.breath now M-G-M:: regards her

Henry, the scissors! Now that I voice and charm as too, valuable for anything hut the very 'Springs tickets are available in the Welfare Office before
winter's here we're /going to sec j I hcst of their musicals. "Anchors Aweigh," and "ZirgfcM 1200 on Friday. Cost_ of ticket I U $2.8* round trip) Buses leave Main
what WE can do to that oldest gate at OS30 Sunday and return to the Air Station _at approximately
( Follies" are her latest. 2200. '
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II Fliers Gain Prestige \\\'ith13-6_ Victory Over Ft. Pierce !




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The undefeated Naval Air

Station Fliers, definitely-

r outstanding service teams

lion's outstanding service ,"

Warner y teams after four notable victories 1
By. Ralph SpX)3c( )
will run into a welcome";:
ports Editor _
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in their
After a play in the third quarter of the Jax NAS-Ft. soft spot scorching

Pierce game there Saturday night, Flier Tackle Leo Akin schedule this week-end when ,

walked over to the sideline near the NAS bench. they fill a return engagement "
with the :Miami Naval Train- ',
Seeing concern on the faces of Flier coaches and players, o .vb: Center Tars there. \

Akin said, "I'm all right. Just hold this for me, will you ?" ing
The site of the Saturday 'I'
And he. handed over a pearly tooth.

Akin strolled back to the scrimmage line, walked up to a night game will be Miami's

Ft. Pierce lineman and commented calmly, "If you want to famed Orange Bowl, and for

play rough, then I'm going to kick the hell out of you." the second straight week the

I Akin, a 220-pounder who formerly played with the Chi- I Fliers will take the airways

cago Bears and the Bainbridge Navy eleven, finished the game southward.
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with the remainder! of his teeth intact. I The NAS squad brought home J:: .
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Discussing the incident aft- last Saturday night at Ft. Pierce !

I er the game, Akin remarked, MF-OTU when they whipped the touted
"1 don't understand why the Touch Navy Amphibs of that city, 13 to
6, in a thriller-diller ball
game
referee didn't call a time out n
that was all spectators could ask -a
i it on us when" I went over to the Football Teams for
bench. -
Victorious over the Miami Navy '

t.t "That's easy replied Center eleven by a 35 to 6 score in their 1 1%
Are UndefeatedRiding
first game of the season, CoachJim.
l Walt Dubzinski, Flier captain. "r
Tatum's spirited gridders will
\\1 "I told the ref it was an equip- through the first monthof be heavily favored to repeat over i

ment time-out. You know- the Station Touch Football the Tars, who have displayed improvement :t
;; faulty equipment." Leagues in fine style, the teams in in recent outings but
i Itfl the various loops are beginning to still do not rate in the Fliers' 'I
fl settle down in the race for top lie's all man Is Leonard Akin, Flier left tackle, who formerly class. "
}1 Except for a couple of scattered honors.In played with the Baylor Bears the Chicago pro Bears and the Bain- But the game local fans are

q occasions, the game between the the Officers league the EiF- bridge Navy eleven. A 220-pounder, he played outstanding! ball In looking forward to is the Amphib- ,
//-t Amphibs and Fliers was cleanly OTU six-man team is still far out the Fliers' 13 to 6 triumph over Ft. Tierce there last week Akin Is Flier return go at the Jax Municipal -
I; played. In fact it was amazingly in front of the field with an un- just as good natured off the field as he Is rugged on It. And he's Stadium the following Sat

i II free of rough stuff considering the blemished record of five wins. By plenty rugged, as Flier opponents will testify. urday, 27 Oct. If it's anything like ,,'
j i intense rivalry between the clubs. defeating FIS, 34-6, and scalping last Saturday's clash, It will be a f
I Both talented elevens were hitting Operations, 6 to 0, Lt. Shearer's MARINE BOXERS Softball Ten To humdinger

i t as hard as they could, legally, of Marine gridders continued to reign I Speed as personified by Halfback ,
,i course, and it was a terrific ball supreme in the Admiral's Cup DEFEAT SAILORS Play St. SimonsCharley Charley (Chuck) Hunsinger,
game, presented for the entertainment competition. The other games The taunts of more warmly deception as generated from
tt of a small crowd of some scheduled were forfeited by VPB clothed spectators at chilly Mason Gehringer's Softball ten Coach Tatum's T-formation, and
i(. 3,000 Navy and civilian fans. one win being credited to FIS and Field last Friday night failed to inject moves to St. Simons today to tan- tremendous line play by two sets
Ii. Every play was a vital one from the other to Operations.A gle with the island team for the of Flier forwards brought victory
the opening kickoff until the last newly formed Student Officers spirited heat into the action second time this month. over the Amphibs, who were des

second of the game when the Fliers league saw VPB defeat AOO No. 1, within the squared circle between Bill Sams, the Fliers' ace hurler perately seeking to crack the win
were scrambling wildly to recover 6 to 0, while MFOTU trounced Marine and Navy gladiators who gained a 4 to 2 victory over the column after three previous de
w a lateral in their own territory AOO No. 2, 13 to 0. squared-off in six bouts on the St. Simons outfit in the first meeting feats by top-flight service clubs.It .

(I' A new Flier star was uncovered A & R remained deadlocked with monthly boxing card presented by The speedy righthander will was hammer-and-tongs from
in Placing Coach and Quarterback the MF-OTU outfit in theEM coach again toss 'em up for Coach Geh- start to finish with the Amphibs
jf. Art Guepe, who divided Tues.-Thurs. league play, each Lt. Tony Rubino, and boxing ringer's boys endeavoring to keep attempting to counter the Fliers'
Y if ball handling duties with Joe team piling up five wins withouta officer of NAS. his slate clean against the Islanders superior ground game with the ...

r Brown and Red Harrison Guepe defeat. Taking five of the six contests, brilliant, passing of Quarterback .
;R taught the T-formation as backfield POW Guards continues to remain the Leathernecks managed to generate Tuesday at the Powerplant dia- Johnny LujaeYt.. former Notre ':
coach at Virginia and undefeated in the Wed.-Frl. enough heat to ignite the mond the Fliers were scheduled to Dame star who joined ,the Ft. ,.n.
played under Faurot and Tatum league with four wins. spark of victory and outpoint the play host to the :Muni No. 1 slug- Pierce team only three days be- --
at Iowa Pre-Flight In 1943, and sailors in all bouts but the semifinal gers under the lights. fore the game. The Amphibs failed -.
he put on an amazing exhibition LEAGUE STANDINGS event. Toby Reid, hard- A week ago Tuesday Sams had largely because of the do-or-
x of faking while he was In the OFUCFHS' LEAGUE punching Navy middleweight, relied no trouble setting the Cecil Field die play of the Fliers, who were '
game. Team(Admiral. tup Competition on a mighty right in his tussle outfit back to the tune of 12 to 2, determined tot protect their un-
Won
Lost
We've been watching the Fliers MB'OTU 3 0 with Marine Jimmie Moore and behind the bats of Allred, Wall, beaten status and gain revenge for .1
pretty closely all season, and Operations 3 2FIS earned the judges' verdict. and Cox. last year's 21 to 0 defeat "

usually have an idea on what goes VPB 0 2 3 5 In the final bout Barney Murnig- Last Thursday's game with Lee It was Hunttlnger, an all-state '-
r en. But we found out that when han got the decision over Paul Field, called at the end of the prepster from Illinois, who started 1.
pstarts handing off the (C,mman skin it is unpropitious to even Tl'ES-THlR. LEAGUE Barnett, classy, two-fisted Fliers were held to a scoreless en minutes of grot'lIinc'nI1
i blink. A&Ram Won Lost 0 lightweight fighting for the Ma- deadlock. Sams was once again on matched play. With second
On Guepe's very first play he M*OTU S 0 rine outfit, had too much for Sailor the mound, limiting the opposing down and right to go on the ,
ghosted the ball into the arms of T-4 4 1 Stagg and'easily won a lively affair batters to a pair of hits while NAS 34-yard line, Iluntdnger '
Chuck Hunsinger and completed a VPB FIS 2 2 3:J This bout was considered by striking out 20 Leemen. took the hand-off from Quarterback
beautiful fake as the fast halfback Main Galle 0 2 many as the best go of the eve Next Tuesday Gehringer takes Art Guepe and streaked
slithered all the way for the openIng Public Works 0 4 ning.In. his team to Mayport for the initial through the right hide of the
score. Supply 0 4 other contests, Whit WhItson game with this club. line. Seven seconds later the

M Another gent who "played" a WEDFIT.FACIE: : out-punched Stocky Ed Clark, speedy halfback was racing over
great game was Coach Tatum. Team Won Lost Barry Howard defeated Herb :May Jax Citizens Glad paydirt after cleverly piloting
Big Jim substituted to, perfection, POW Guards 4 0 with his unorthodox style of southpaw past both Ft. Pierce halfbacksand
alternating his best defensive and. O&G Boathouse 1 2 2 2 socks, and in the opening bout Of Chance To See the safety man.
Johnny Young, the Fliers' auto-
offensive players Just at the right Salvage 2 3 Herb Simeneaux gained the nod'
NAS Eleven PlayIn matic kicker in
moments. VM 1 3 over Nick Carrisal. place came "
letter to A. R. and lofted the pigskin over the J'
'-i a Captain
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Harrison, a deadly defensive STIDLVT; OFFICER: ItAGl'K: bar. However
a holding penalty
back, and Center John Rapacz, MFOTU Team Won 1 Lost Netters Take 5 To 4 I Naval Brady, Air Commanding Station Officer Frank of the nullified the boot, and his second .
0 Mayor
whose towering 6 feet 3 inches VPB kick, attempted some 37 yards
l o Whitehead of Jacksonville
Match From Cecil ex-
makes him an excellent pass de- AOO No, 1 0 I II from the crossbar, was wide.
fender, halted three Amphib drives AOO No. 2 0 1 I The ambitious netsters of the I Jacksonville pressed appreciation citizens for on having behalf the of Ft. Pierce tied'it up late In the ;,
on pass interceptions. Harrison -'-i-! NAS tennis team skinned the Cecil i second quarter when Lujack toss- i
of
opportunity the NAS
nabbed two of Johnny Lujack's Tiger Gridders To I Field outfit here last Thursday Fliers' football team seeing in action this ed twice in the flat, hitting,Back
tosses when it counted, and Rapacz II afternoon, 5 to 4, to climb above Bob Teel and Coach Hampton Pool
gathered in one to set the stage Meet College TeamIn the five-hundred mark with their fall.All Flier home are being for 14 and 21 yard gains. This put 'f
games
for the Fliers second touchdown. second win in three matches.It .
Daytona BeachThe played at the Municipal Stadiumand the ball on the NAS seven yard j
Lujack, who won national acclaim was Cecil Field which also are open to the general public line, from where Lujack plunged .
at Notre Dame, was the Ft. NAS Tigers, station colored gave the home team its first vic- and service personnel. In the for six and Teel made the coun- :
Pierce offensive standout, and he footballers, play on foreign soil to- tory, a 6 to 3 affair that the Ep- the games were played at Mason past ter. Lujack's place kick, attempted t
connected on 11 passes for 150 morrow when they face the Beth- ler-coached boys took two weeks Field on the station from the seven yard stripe after I'
yards, while having three fall in- une-Cookman College eleven at ago.A A portion of Mayor Whitehead's a five yard penalty. wa no
complete. Three or four of his Daytona Beach in the second clash third tussle' was scheduled for letter to Captain Brady follows good.
completions were in the flat and between the two teams. yesterday afternoon at Cecil Field. "I thoroughly enjoyed the : Center John Rapacz interceptedone
could almost be called laterals, but Victorious in their opening gameof Results of last week's matches: that I have seen so far and games assure of Lu jack's bullet heaves on j
nevertheless he the current season against the Mnclrs the Ft. Pierce 40, midway in the
put on a great
college boys, Coach Kler's outfit Lt, Jack Behr (Jax) defeated APC War- you that I am looking,forward to final period to set the winning I
aerial show.
hopes to duplicate the 26-25 field (Cecil), 6-1. 6-2. future games. You have a mighty
win G L. Tongler (Cecil touchdown. Phil Centola end Don
) defeated C. D. fine team, sir, and one of which
by a more substantial score tomorrow Nelson (Jax). 6-2, 6-0 Lesher made it first down en the
Many fans hold the opinion :it will be the Tigers' J. A. Yantli (Cecil) defeated G. Reedy Jacksonville is Justly proud."I Amphib 30.Quarterback. .
that service football lacks the first road game this (Jax), 6-0, 6-2. would like to take this oppor- back to
year Joe Brown
Lt. Plattner (Jax) defeated W. W. Han- tunity to tell ,
you also that the
of the but
college
spirit game, Smarting from the decision of smeared for six yard
our (Cecil), 6-2. 6-2. pass, was a
while this may be true In some an inexperienced signal-caller to Joe Trosper (Jax) defeated R. Hogan people of Jacksonville are grateful loss, but on the next play, Brown 'IIJ
quarter, it doewTt apply to the choose to pass in the last minute (Cecil). 6-2, 62. that these Navy games are played faded back again and threw to
I'liers. The Lt. Comdr. Williams (Cecil) defeated where the general public may see
representingNA8 of the
players I game with Florida Normal Hunsinger who was wide in
Frank Floyd (Jax), 6-2, 6-1, and enjoy them." open
Jan hit hard and for keeps 'last Friday, an Interception turning Doublet the midst of the Ft. Pierce secon-
i In a way that puts many collegiate I a win into a sudden 14 to 12 G. L. Tangier and J, A. Yantls, (Cecil) dary. Hunsinger took the ball on
teams to *hame.It defeat, Coach Kier has defeated Lt. Behr and C. D, Nelson GRID MENUFriday
I primed his (Jax), 7-5, 8-6. the 20 and evaded the safety man
to this driving determination men for this one A week of Intense Lt. Plattner and Joe TrospeV (Jax) 2000, Robert" E. Lee to score. Young's kick was over
to win, coupled with all around practice has ironed-out many defeated W, W. llanour and R Hogan High !School of Jacksonville vtt. the middle. /'
lifted the Fliers 'kinks) in the and (Cecil), 6-0, 6-1, In + to
ability, that has Tigers' attack, Fred Miller and A. Burns (Jax) ,defeated Miami High at Jax Jttiinlclpal a desperate attempt
tout of the ordinary class right up I the collegiate eleven will have )its Lt. Comdr. Williams and. Lt. Btadlum. even It up, Lujack pulled out the
O.tln,""" l en Page Seven hands full tomorrow Turner (Cecil), 6-4. 6-3. Continued on Page Seven

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18 October, 1945 JAX AIR? NEWS Page Seven !


.R FIRST' ON TOUCHDOWN PARADE 1 Okinawa Vets Take Top Honors Here I


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FOR SALEBy


owner $.roum house in
cvnvtnirnl to city and NAS r


J54.Offictr'i IUliivr..... s.." .tt or
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ctiioriti. In flrit elms
rtnce prices Wllf tell .l o:1
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i Lieut. K. R. Spdm.n at Lee '
ZSt or Jai Phone 7-4188 in .

Gent'a IT-jewrl Hamilton wrl
perfect condition.. Bent offer


House 7-6608 trki.er it It., fully dSto

rauio. 528J Linwood ..,
I miles from NAS. Can b. : .
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day or call Cro..e, Ell t. 436.
I HOLDING THE SPOT-LIGHT POSITION AT LAST SATURDAY'S
Hum than, rent trailer$250., food Located condition;. I PRESENTATION OF AWARDS AND HONORS by acting

1 Y NAS, lot No. ZOo Yukon commanding officer, Comdr Paul E. Emrick, were nine members of
Squadron VC-96. Veterans of the Okinawa campaign attached to
4-room huu.. for
m ..I.. Silt Transylvania rent Ave., the Rudyerd Bay and Shamrock Bay, the Jap-eating nine corralled
nett.t 35 of the total number of 87 awards presented taking eight Distinguished

Flying Crosses and 27 air medals. In the above picture (left
oil heater. (1 2-burntr
4r mall florence portable to right) are: Lt (Jg) W. Schmidt, winner of DFC, the air medal
sonable. Mri. 11. E. Cox, 3s2i : and two gold stars In lieu of two added air medals; Ens. C W. Davis,

I St. winner of the same four awards; Lt. (jg) P. E. Brou, the same; Ens.D. .

pf41 Rebuilt Singer portable D. Shenefelt, Jr., winner of the air medal and two gold stars in
I'f machine, good condition. Lt. lieu of second and third air medals; Lt. (jg) G. G. Schooley, Jr., the
-. Kit. K61I. DFC, the air medal and two stars in lieu of second and third air

Living room bedroom and medals; Lt. (jg) C. E. Skinner, the same awards; Lt. (jg ) H. T.

set. *l30| alto man's bicycle,. |. Walker, the same awards; Lt. (jg) C. H. Harper, the same awards;
*.t ', 3401U Hyson St., Dewey .. i I and Lt. (jg) I. C. Winningham the same awards.

. W dW '42 Buick .aedaneUe ...- ''
reasonable Lt. bhinn, 24721. i Job Prospects; G d--- GrBiltOffersVaried

new duuhlo bed coil spring 1
mattrensi new maple bedroom In 28 OccupationsNew
New double bed coil spring I I
nette with maltresi and lining! I York (CNS) Twenty- BenefitsEditor's
single I cot with spring. All i eight occupations in. which post-
sonable can be seen any
Not St., Dewey Park. employment prospects are
man
I considered good have been listed Note: This is the fifth

Radio with a very good short by Occupational Index, Inc., a research in a series of articles outlining the
living room set with 2 end f I organization at New York rights and benefits of World War
fee tables hnnl'ea and mlrr.
,' LEADING THE TOUCHDOWN and ground gaining parade for carriage and stroller for .ale. University. II veterans and their dependent.

the Flier eleven this season is Charley (Chuck) Hunsinger, a speed Jacquu, S104B Blair Ave., D.... ''I They are: accountant, air con-

merchant from Harrisburg, Ill., and an all-state high school back. Yikon.Woman's. ditioning engineer, architect, automobile By Arthur M. Greene, Y2c

: ", Hunsinger's dazzling fleetness of foot and his ability to pivot at full pre-war Schwinn ) !I salesman, bookkeeping, In addition to such major rights
1 steam enabled him to score both touchdowns in the 13 to 6 win over Dander AMU 2-8108. illustration, building con and benefits such as jobs, education

.., Ft. Pierce last Saturday. He also taljied) twice against Corpus Bedroom set, $25 consists of tractor, bus and truck driver, chil- loans and readjustment allowances
Christi.Miami's. complete bed. vanity and librarian, electronics, gaso many other minor benefits
j.. 'r __ ._ Hancock NAS. filling station, guidance and have been extended to ex-G. I.'s
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Maple living room soil .. personnel, landscape architect, and their families. ./
I Tars Whyte And Jonson kitchen table and >'habit I medical laboratory tech Mustering out pay is one of the

rugs. 1411B Child St., NAS. nologist, occupational therapy most widely known of these. Veterans

f On. sofa bed and one ).. plasterer, plastics, public health whose base pay was less
NextOn SlateInGameThere Match HighlightsGolf with innernprtng' maltresa. nursing, radio service real estate, than $200 at time of discharge or

cellent condition. N. V. teacher taxi driver, teaching, Separation, and whose dischargewas
f Sundcrland Road Jacksonville, television veterinarian vocational
81J8. under honorable conditions.
TournamentBy rehabilitation. are entitled to it. Those with less

I FOR KENT I Occupational Index publishes ab- than 60 days service receive $100'those :
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Page details
the end of the week the list I giving concerning with more than 60 days but
stops and passed on every play. of golfers in the All-Station Golf Large ronra enjoining bath in 1 and other jobs. Each ab- not foreign service $200; those
The Notre Dame ace threw to Tournament will have been slicedto steam-heated home In is a summary of a diffirent with more than 60 days and for'eign
End frank Smagacz for 15 and closets. Garage. Hose to the b. I! covering the nature of
an even dozen names in each of service, $300.
Phone Ext. 11215.I
flack Johnny Vtmlian for four. i'1 work, abilities and training required Medical
the two divisions, for officers and 1 hospital, and dental
.. On the next play he couldn't find the enlisted men. couple to share '.room. method of entrance and ad- care will be provided veterans if
c.
a receiver and was tossed for apartment kitchen completely
an earnings working con *
Interest in the second round ed with equipment utilities f the condition was caused or ag-
: eight-yard loss. Undaunted I-u- match between Lt. (jg) E. G. Ext. 234. I post-war prospects, and a gravated In the line of duty. If
Jack -Fullback Frank be ob-
pitched Whyte of FIS, and Lt. Carl Jonsonof Copies may hospital care is required
you may
who played for theFlirrs .
Mattlngly, WANTED for 25c each from Occupa
Supply has created a lot of talk il also be given free transportation
taut year, for 17 yards Index, Inc., New York Uni
around the course. This match to the hospital. Even if ill-
and then connected to Tf't'llor 14 I your
Room or apartment wanted. \ New York 3, N. Y.
t more yards and a first down on will feature the.quarter-final Air Base. Call Ext. 81S4 .... / _.. ness is not due to a service in-
the Flier 19. Another aerial to. of match-play, and some nifty and 1630. curred disability, you may still get
Teel gained six. shooting is expected since both used good operating 72 Ships to Patrol I hospitalization if a bed is available -
car
With second down and four men have shot in the seventies, sonsblo price It. Comdr. N hit Japanese Waters and you are financially unable .
t previously. It was Whyte who 8S". to pay the cost yourself.
k'S yards to go on the Fliers' 13-yard
scored a smashing 72 in his If discharged with
line, Lujack attempted to run -it quali- Ride from James and Collage St. (SEA-Navy) ships "scheduled a disability,
(, and was held to a yard gain. With fying round to lead the way in the 8430. Mrs. Landy. Ext. M4M.A remain in Japanese waters oh you may be entitled to disability
time championship flight.In duty-include 8 car- benefits, including a pension. The
running out Lujack around
again )
the enlisted men's division rider to Los Angeles American Red
faded back. But this time the entire Phone Kennedy. Ext. 9178. 14 cruisers and'50 destroyers Cross at the Sep-
the match between and the Third aration Center will
left side of the NAS line was Reynolds Fleet. The list, sub- help you file
; Lipps should be a hummer. Reyn- A car radio. Lt. Fay, Ext. ,08 to change is as follows: your claim. When a member or
him and
on the throw de
s was model radio, mud be
Late car
,P r fleeted. Right Tackle J. N. Trotter olds, an NATTC athletic specialist, eonditlon. Call Baud.r, AMU. ; Carriers Yorktown Shangri- former member of the armed
snatched it out of the air at the is favored to cop the title but he Bon Homme Richard, Lexing- forces dies of a service-connected

MK- line of scrimmage and that was will have to get by this one to Couple to share apaitment with Hancock, Independence, Cow: disability, his widow, children and
stay in the ed and wife at 2850 Post Belleau
man Wood. dependent
the money. parents may file a
all for the Amphibs. .. rail Mrs.'
game I after 6 p.m. r
1 Three other matches Cruisers Duluth At- claim for
) ended after Guepe carried four completethe tween I-S at 5-7008. -Topeka, pension with the Vet
i{ times for a first down. play in the officer's championship Dayton, Oklahoma City, erans' Administration. A veteran's

;__ Pass interceptions, two by Quarterback flight. Strause and Gay have I Ride wanted to and front Springfield Wilkes- owl p.ns.on for disability stops
.' Red Harrison and one by been paired, Moore plays Gehrin- Palmer Ave. and Water St.. Boston Quincy, St. Paul, with his death.A .
f .: ger, and Tad Close matches shots Monday to Friday, hours 0809 Flint Oakland.Destr6yersC. sum not exceeding $100
.
Tackle Leo Akin, stopped three Ft. Call Doris' Hedberg, txt 828J.VA may
with Adams. K. Bronson Cot- be allowed
'i Pierce threats, while two Flier ---- on the burial funeral,
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drives were stopped on the Am Enlisted men's matches also pair i Dortch, Gatling, Healy, Cogs and transportation expenses of any

d s I' phibs' three and twenty-three yard I Wolfe and Russell Stewart and Radio Hams- I Caperton, Ingersoll, Knapp honorably discharged veteran of
Rune and and Harward in Colahan, Halsey Powell
lines. Hartley of the I any war, a veteran discharged for
the A representative K. Huntington, Uhlman, Ben-
Akin and Guam barney Me- championship flight. 1 disability incurred in line of duty,
I ---. ._-- Communications Yarnall Twining, Stockham, or a veteran
I
Garry led the play of the NAS for.wards conduct commercial and Barton receiving pension fora
who limited Ft. Pierce to "B" radio Walke service-connected disability. Application
Class "A" and '
100 yards rushing. Hunsinger was Select SelectionsContinued examinations in Room Lowry, Allen M.: Summer, should be made to the
C. S.
,
: Sperry Ault Waldron
Veterans'
the ground gainer for the Administration. Vet
leading From I'aje Six Main United States Post W. Weeks, Hand, Wallace L.
Fliers, who rushed for a total of I near the top in the service grid Building, Jacksonville, on Erben Walker Hale, Rowe erans whose discharge was honor
half able are eligible for burial
in
220 yards. The fleet right picture. 10 November. a national -
day, Stoddaid: Watts, Wrenn,
added another 75 yards on punt cemetery. Application must
And the Fliers are up there. Commercial Benner Cheva
", Hawkins
returns. with the nation's be made to the superintendent of
They rate best begin at 0900 and amateur Higbee, heerman, Franks,
the national
The Fliers' only completed pass cemetery. Headstonesare
service clubs. nations at 1100. Application Norman Scott, Perkins
I the touchdown toss. Ft. Pierce supplied for veterans without
was Two outstanding teams Ran- with ,evidence of citizenship

connected on 13 aerials for 185 dolp Field and the First Air Force be forwarded to Federal English.Pilot -"- -- charge, upon application, too.
yards, and led in first downs 13 each whipped the Amphibs by a nications Office Pox 150 of TasK Force 58 shot Special attention and assistancewill

s to 7. 19 to 7 score. But Lujack wasn't Fla., prior to 6 November. 1,640 Japanese planes be- II te given by offices of the
., I U
: ., The lineup: He S. Employment Service and
around for those games. was ) 14 March and 28 May, while
,
PIERCE I local Veterans'
t JAI FLIERS Po IT.
: Employment
KMiman there in person when the Fliers and supporting the Oki Rep
Bishop LE POULTRY NOTEIn
Akin LT Parry got their 13 to 6 decision. I operation the Navy has just resentatives to members of veterans'

McUorry LG FullerDubainaki The Third Air Force Gremlinsof London one morning. ( An additional 619 en- families seeking suitable

Jones RG C HeffenflnI'ohenour Godwin Tampa are right at the top, even there Is a drastic egg planes were destroyed on the employment Wives and widows
llrny RT I though they recently "lost" their was announced that a and another 1,000 Jap of disabled veterans are given certain

Kane RE SmnirBcxWasyllk star back Charlie TI ippi. The ket place had eggs were listed as probably de- preferences for position in

Hun Drown_ingr LH QH Murphy Gremlins defeated Cherry Point long line of women were In or damaged for a total the U. S. Civil Service

f'.ntola RH Chubb, last week, 20 to 0. The Fliers holda of the market. A beautiful 3,259 enemy aircraft destroyed LOUISiTcOXN--X
r'rontt Fit Mattmicly 26-0 win over the :Marines. blonde stepped up to the damaged by the fast carrier
Jacksonville NAS . .e 0 0 7-1J of said under NEW YORKJoe Louis is
Fort Plrrr NATO . .0 e 0 0- 6 The latter comparison, course : operating Vice Ad go-
JncVuonvllle NAS coring Touchdown, doesn't mean the Fliers rank aheadof "I'll have a dozen, please." Marc A. Mitscher! duiing Ing to defend his title against Billy -

llunxingtr (2)). Extra point, Brown (placement the Tampa Army team but it The clerk looked at her 76-day period. Conn next June in a bout that

). does indicate that our NAS elevenis "I'm sorry, but these Aircraft of Task Force 58 also will probably draw a $3,000,000
Fierce NATD Touchdowns,
. I : r'Fort-r.SHbuiilutlonst. leorlngt up in the select A-l class. for expectant mothers." 220 Vessels, probably sank I gate but where the big fight will

I r" .JUy Cllepe, AlUup, Kirk. Anyway, Henry, Wheeler Shaw, The young lady hesitated and damaged 759 during the ''be held is a guessing game that
I : 'I' i iwtrUk, M Lfuhor, iiest, better known as Josh Billings, moment, then said: "Do me peribd. In surface engage- I involves New York, Chicago Phil..
j DOuUn. Akr, Harrison, Wright, 1)eug1 '
mister dozen ships of the task force 'adelphla and Detroit.
: I" 1'iH ft.paM. Peek Trotters Ft. Pierce (1818-1885)) once said, "The wheel vor, keep a sank :
I I I'm., t;.JtM).. 8t tllto" Vardinn, TWI.'I"rowl that squeaks the )Rudest I is the? ,one counter and I'll call for them submarines damaged another I The Brown Bomber signed to d*.

...,.....''. Whittle, Kerhan. Sveo, I.njark, that get the grease." In the morning." ,, sank coastal vessel, fend i's title Monday. '.





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Civilian Employees' News.Address McDUFFIE TO HEAD ASSOCIATIONPLANT I

-- -- -- ------ -- .------ The Board of Directors of the
Communications to Editorial Offices Employees Association held their

Personnel Relations Office Bldg. 13, Box 22 ORDNANCE first meeting since the annual elec.
Telephone Extension 483 tion of October :5 and elected officers .

The Civilian Employees' News, a two-page section of the Jax AU DIVISIONBy to serve for the coming year.

News, Is devoted to reporting the news of the Naval Air Station I Ily Teddy Lull and Lynn Poland Mr. K. M. McDuffle, Supply wa-
Civilian Employees and Is sponsored by theEmployees' I). Dansby Clifford harness, Sic, returned elected president, Mr P. D. Myer
Last Saturday the Plant Division ,
Association for Civil Service EIIIloYMI'Olrlcer. on Oct. 4th from 15 "Wonderful I Supply, was returned to the 0th'
had in the RooseveltHotel
a party and Mrs. .,
Liberty Nights, so he says spentIn of treasurer, Florin
and It was given at just the
his home town, Dayton, Ohio. I Gannaway, Personnel Relations,
Kenneth M. McDuffie, President. Philip D. Myers, Treasurer right time to say farewell and was elected as secretary of the or
Florine Gannaway Secretary good luck in their future civilian Lt. I.. J. 1-aCrolx went up to

Directors life to !.t. II. itedmile, the Division Georgia last Saturday to see Notre ganization.
Officer, and K. t'. McGee<< who was Dame and Georgia Tech throw the Mr. W O. Kincaid, the retiring
Florine Gannaway Mell C. Jackson the leading chief of the Division.It "pig skin" about. president, who has served the As.
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Frank H. McKinley Joseph Fagan sociation so well since its begin.
for all the both
was Division Sick! Ordnance had a couple on
D. Kenneth M. McDuffie wil continue to serve
Philip Myers ning in 1913,
the civilians and enlisted presort- that list. Glad to see you back,
J. ,F Nettles William O. KlncaiJ director representing the General
,
nel, and a rip-roaring time was Irene !Maim, and we hope I.anpranc as a
Charles E. Field Few civilians
had by all who attended. Things fleers! AMlc, will join us I Departments.
News Staff much to the
Reporting have contributed so
like this should happen more oftenso soon, for at present he is at the
Assembly and Repair: the division could welfare of their fellow employeesas

Head Repoiter......_.............__........Euleene Willingham get together dispensary. has Air Kincaid.
more and really start pulling to-
(SCOOP) Wedding Bells will
and
Survey:
Inspection Head Reporter..............___.___...Helen M. Styroa gether.This week ring soon for tinny "Fink)'" Poland The newly elected officers will
last !.t. L. A. Pow art and Clair Shirley Sic Can'tsay serve a one year term. The other
Public Works Department.Head : filled in the gap as Division Officer of the Board are C. H.
Reporter. __._......_......__.__...Ethel M. Shanahan any more now but will let members
until the position was filled by you all know in time. Field, M C. Johnson, and J. Fagan
Supply Department: Lt. J. T. Ain who will be our A & Ft, and F.
Head Reporter.._...................._..... .........................,Leola Jones manent Division per- I Identification Bracelet belonging representing Nettles
: Officer. Lt. Aro, to George I:. Stankevlrh, AOMI3c I H. McKinley and J. F. ,
we extend to you the best of luckIn I with his Serial number has been I representing Public Works.

your new position, and the divi- j lost If found please bring it to I .x. '
CIVILIAN OF THE WEEKFrom sion Is behind
standing you in your Ordnance shop 051.

plans. I More and more new faces
Fleet To Employing For Navy Eilvvard' J. Meters, one of the : in Ordnance Division as appear time l piiv'L4r5
air conditioning men on the day and of Ifl
I passes, course we also have
shift, is out his vacation and
By Frank MtCaffrey on so many discharges that the question
we hope that he catches plenty'of
enlistment being asked is, "What Is Ordnance r.
After an
completing fish; but we will not say Just what SALLI ESBy
-- the!' new
in the Navy, Leonard Byers Eu- kind for him t
banks, Supervisor of the Employ- liam C. Brown is out on his vacation I

ment Section, Labor Board, re- which by the way, is the first I, ------- : --- I '- '....
turned to the Navy for more serv-
vacation that Mr Brown has had -/
ice this time as a civilian when he in about two years It is doubted' American Legion W
accepted here at NAS in December I l.A'ola Jones
was if he will know just what to do' 11

of 1910 (I :with all that time he has on hishands I Post 137 Grows NEWS INK GENERAL:

However, this duty was divided I now but It Is hoped that he I "NI.| urtkei spent ten days
for two years, while he was will have a good time trying to Commander Albeit I. Spencer leave with her son Captain Jud-

employed for Sears Roebuck and find something to do with it I of the Yukon Florida Post 137 of son, U.S.M.C., at LeJeune, North
Company in Jax, first as a clerk in !\ K. K. Stark one of the in- the American Legion has an- Carolina, where he returned from

the warehouse and then as a stru:..ent men in the Electric Shop nounced that more than 150 members overseas duty recently. Kelt

salesman In the furniture department left 11 October to attend two have now been enrolled in I Davis Is spending a few days at

I' schools on instruments One is beIng 1 this post as a result of the mem- I her home In Waycross. Georgia. .

When he reported here at NAS, held In Minneap6lis-Honeywell conducted Inspection Report Section welcomes .

he was a clerk-tj.pist in the exam- ( Regulator Co. on Test Cell equipment ]I I back to its fold, Ito m Slnl'l.I .
i
ination and register section and in I for one week, and the other distinction of leading the entire i I ser, who has entirely recuperated

February 1912 became supervisor. f| school is being held in the Marine state of Florida In 'percentage of'j, from her recent illness. .' All
Ten months*later he interrupted r 2s < Corps Air Station at Quantlco Vir- increase in new members. I I smiles are Louise right and Alice

t this activity to enlist in the Army sa$ ginia, which will cover air condi. Expressing his personal gratification I Floyd of Receiver's Section.
Air Corps. tinning equipment Best of 'uck over the enrollment of so
;( Louise's husband, Burl, Sic Is en
Eubanks called to dutyin to you, Mr Stark many of the new veterans, Com-
:Mr. was I I route home from California where
I I
Irpander Spencer declared, "I am1happy
February 1943 and sent to West to I he received his honorable dischargefrom
Palm Beach for elementary pilot see the veterans of
the Navy. Alice's" brother
World
War II
framinsr. From there he was sent coming home imbued ,
) Harry, PHMlc has also been released -
to Keesler Field, Mississippi, and urge to travel in his blood he left ., that with the same patriotic fer- !'I from the service and Is en
vor
later to Tifton. Georgia for primary school and joined the Navy rb i the Legion inspired in 1919.the Yukon founders Post of I route home. Alice says he called\
training and made class captain her from California' the other
His parents and< a sister, Dorothy 137 was chartered primarily to
Transferring for advanced live in Springfield, and a serve the veterans who are civilIan morning and said, "Mrs. Floyd
training he was sent to Winston- enteredthe 1 this is Mr. Smith" Have ,
brother Harold, recently lIy C. 1C. Owens employes of the Naval Air you
North Carolina and theremade
Salem of, the cadet Navy and is at the Naval Separation Two heads are better than one. Station and the naval personnelof noticed the new seating arrange.
training officer I Center Charleston Navy When you hoof it on the highway this station who have remainedin ment of the Purchase Group? They

Cl Asa. I Yard Leonard and wife Claire on the right hand side of the road the service at the cessation of think it is the best ever. *. And,

When the Army Air Corps decide 'live in. the Riverside section with you put your life in the hands of1' hOltllitl s..lt Is gratifying that so speaking of new seating arrangements

,! in January 1914 that enough their three.months-old daughter, every driver who's going your many of this group are responding Personnel Division has

pilots were available and began Judith Anne. [, way! I to our call for new m mbcn. changed a bit lately toolooks

cutting their training program for As an outside interest, he is That not fair to them--.and it's It is pointed out that both men good. v Klua Fay llendwutn'
pil.)ts, he was returned to ground taking an active part in the affairsof certainly not safe for you. You and women still on active duty and visited her relative in Alma Georgia

duty status and assigned to the the American Legion, Post 137 owe it to the driver_and to your- |' who were serving In the Armed recently. .Su/.anue KIMott...-.........;;.
Army Air Corps Basic Training and is also a member of the Veter- : self to share the job of keeping Forces prior to cessation of hostil- stayed with her sister for a few
Center at Greensboro, North Carolina ans Information and Advisory I yourself alive ities are now eligible for Legion days in Miami, Florida, last weelc

While at this base he assum- 'Council for Jacksonville Confidentially How to do it? That simple! I membership Although it is evident Her sister is a member of the Red "* ,'''

ed duties on the Provost Marshal'sstaff he is also trying to educate Walk on the left side of the that a Legionnaire can best Cross Staff. WANTED: More -

as a special investigator, until I a slice on the golf course. \ road faching the traffic on that serve as a member of his home points for discharge for \'. C. Liil-

he received his discharge in I side. Then you see the cars, and town post, membership established lam (Print Shop).

August.. I _- --- -- the drivers see you. It makes in Post 13T can be transferred )NEWS IN IAKTItII! .
Soon after the first of September sense I at any time. Post 137 extends an

he returned to NAS, this timeas II GATE GOSSIPWhen i iI I It makes sense because you opportunity for those who are eligible I More Proud "PAPAS" in this
of the have chance department! The newest membersof
Supervisor EmploymentS a to step aside in case ; to establish their membership -
ctll'n, a section established dur- j now and begin at once to takean the "Dad's Club" are Howard
ing hU term of military furlough. Jessie Morrow: (Personnel active part in Legion affairs. Vollers, SPIlc( ) and Caroll Stiller

Navy Mitch : I Relations) ) got her husband's wire The next meeting of Post 137 is SK2c. The youngest members of

Mr. Eubanks first began his from Tacoma, Washington. Inform I I scheduled for Tuesday, 23 October their respective families are boys
Navy life when he enlisted in Sep- ing her that he was leaving forJacksonville 1915 at 8 P M. at their headquartets and we are told that they are ti>

tember 1931 and was sent to the \ she didn't know arn- rt I the Community Center be "Jr'a"! Howard Vollers, Jr.'s'

Norfolk Naval Training Stationfor whether to laugh or cry. So she ', tt'SwAi 'building Cumberland Road. Guest l mother will be remembered a*

boot training At the comple- : did both! And at the same time! speaker of the evening will be Mr Hilda Vollers. former secretary t\J

tion of this training he was assigned Sgt. Morrow is on his way now LEFT K on Ofa' rw8r I' Maynard Burrell, Senior Vice- the Commanding Officer.
to the USS New Mexico. I'I headed for Camp Blanding where THE ROAD Commander of Legion Post 88. Mr Once upon a time there was :a

then in San Pedro. California as a he'll probably get his army walking i FACING l a I Burrell Is reputed to be one of the sailor who worked. in the Print '
aeiman! for duty with the fleet. I'I papers + /, ROn FN t I best informed in the state on mat- Shop- Itarney ( he*...>r, by name.

Ha made four cruises with the Barbara Eldrld/rc/ is pulling an I, tern pertaining to Government insurance He was detached and headed for I..
fleet first to the Hawaiian Islands I,I on-again-off-again deal. Not too and he will present a discussion Porto Rico and after some time J

then to the Aleutians returning I I long ago she left 450 to be married i I on this subject All interested came back to the States to receive W'J

to the States after each Then she returned to work civilians and naval person- I his honorable discharge from the _

cruise I I'again when her husband came up I nel, whether Legionnaires or not, Navy in Miami, Florida Now,
In 1937 he sailed on his third for sea duty Now she leaves 450 I are invited to attend. Barney is back with us pnce more:

cruise, this time as a storekeeper againthis time because her husband I I _X- I --working in the Print Shop as A

and headed south from Los Angeles -, was sent back to( Jacksonville Insurance txtendedA I civilian. Another similar case' la

The initial stop was at Pan I I his overseas jaunt off because i + 4 recent Alnav reminds holdersof I that of Arthur Allen (altho it U
area City Canal Zone, and continuing his enlistment is almost up. I i in reverse). Arthur Is back withI
National Service Life Insurance
; down across the Equator When Lieutenants Duckstem I 'I as SKlc until that day when
he became one of the great many and Wetcher were giving the jate I policies that all five-year level premium he receives his discharge and returns '
term Insurance Issued
shellbacks Completing this cruise gals the once-over lightly last ?3i, Kr priorto ',I as a civilian from his millI -
and another short in the Jyy, 1 January 1916, and not converted tary .
stay week, it was with a strictly business l. F'urlough.Edith
States, the fourth cru began eye! They were choosing the will be extended automatically I !Mattov has just received,
and took him back to the Hawai- dollies to decorate the department for an additional three years. I I most interesting letters from

ian Islands again. This was also I float's birthday cake. Mary Bar During this additional three-year son, Freddy, who is now en rout hep
an eventful cruise in that he: be- I rett, Martha Pearson Mary Pitt- period the premiums actually I from *
A Shanghai to
'I the driver i drunk, is crowded will be the Hongkong, H&
member of the Royal Order chargeable same as
came a man, Marilyn Tobi and Barbara went
I other is blinded on a shopping
| over by cars by I expedition in
the
of the Yangtze River Rats during original five-year period
Weldon were the dark-haired hu- ; I Shanghai where
he
the for found
I i sun, or some other reason nothing
" when crossed the 180th Meridian I therefore no change will be
they candles who took
man a ducking
'e lacking In the
hasn't got his car under control. I way of merchandise
line while in the Midway made in the amount of any allotment -
and freezing for the honor of
and
| It makes sense because at nighta I I at very reasonable prices' _
PRD when the lads the Radio for insurance so extended,
on '
driver such as bolts of
area.When can see your face quicker pure silk cloth,
he returned to the States i 'I the Alnav stated.
Lab's jeeping jeep tried to putout !
I than he can see the back of your containing 21: yards, for only
this time, he was transferred and the float candles with their :i head. I I -----.a; $18.50 per bolt'The !
shipped by Army Transpoit to the trusty water hose. Just before the It makes too to Ju-t Before the Kallle, MotherA approaching
r sense, carry or I marriage of ,
Yard via the Pan
Brooklyn Navy birthday cake reached the Wind I wear something white a hand. :I short time before H hour the Margaret (Peggy) Leather/ was .. ,
ama Canal and received his honor sor reviewing stand, all five :
can-
I i kerchief in your hand or tied I skipper of a landing craft in the announced a few days ago Peggy '
!J
ibla discharge in August 1938 dles and cake cutter, Peggy Bailey I around Pacific called the !Is the
your arm. crew togetherand daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Doyle .
Mr. Eubanks is practically a native tried to route the mother's lit I
Two heads delivered lecture fear. It. Ix-atlicTN
I are better than one. a on Pawling, New-
of Jacksonville although he tie darlings who were tearing off Put your head and the driver's to I "Fear," he said "la a normal York, and she has been employed
was born in Knoxville, Tennessee, hunks of the float's decorationsCongratulations .
work for your safety by walking psychological reaction-It U reallya In this department since January.
in 1915. He was raised and school. to Lieuts. Duck-
on the left very healthy thing"A The lucky fellow is Peter Millard
ed here and after graduating from stein, Wetcher and Pilkington for :_ ____'___ third class petty officer near Ensign USNR who !la: stationed ,
Andrew Jackson High in 1933, entered their brainchild float. At the start Their :
parade. job on the Personnel the front spoke upCap'n at Cecil Field. Neither of theso
the West Point Preparatory of preparations they confided that Relations float ; ,
placed the he said, "you are now two will confess as to the date of ,
School at Fort Screven in Savanuli they would be satisfied ao long as 'cake .
? birthday armwg the three lookln' at the healthiest man In the the wedding but maybe in
Georgia. However with the the float wasn't the worst in the winners! U S. Navy" spring.Page ,early


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i Testing A Corsair Landing Gear
ACCESSORIES DIVISION' '

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Instrument Shop


,.- By irglnla Fraser

I Mabel Griffin, (Gyro Room> was
Fifth
Anniversary; given a surprise birthday party
last week by the Instrument Shop
Five Years ServiceLast I gang. Everybody had a wonderfultime

with eats and beverages galore -
Monday, on the fifth annI- Altho wie party was scheduled -
versary of NAS Jacksonville's for out-of-doors, the rain did
L > commissioning, 33 of the Civil not dampen the spirits of the

Service employees who were work- crowd and the party was a big
success.
Ing on the station that October
'I, Wallp Copeland. Sic (Electric
morning in 40 are station Civil I Dept.), is out this week on annual

Service employees today. I leave. We hope he is having a

The five year service employeesare good time.

; Executive Department-..Theodore '' Congratulations to "Lll" lIa t-

; i_ Fritch, Jr, and Ethel H.I lings of the Gyro Shop. Reason?
A birthday.
Mathews Personnel Relations De- |I
; I|I It's nice to have Have Louise
partment and Labor Board--John Prim, Sic, Inspector back again.

W Carson: Public Works Depart- :: She and her hubby Glen Trim,

ment---Donald Woods Peter E. I!i t PHOM2c, also of this station, spent

Capps, Robert :M. Garth, Cleveland their leave visiting her folks in
O. Loveland, Bertram A. St Pete- I I Boston.

z ,)L9 ry, Noble C. Farmer, Clarence A. We hope Judy Calhoun, of the

Tovey, Leonardo O. Thornburg, Pressure Dep't., is enjoying her
Louis Lasex, Edward D. Gray, ', few days leave this week.

George F. Lloyd Herbert M. Corse, i I i Wave Martha "Smith Sic Inspector -
Eugene L. Griffin and Frank H.I looks
forward with greatpleasure
McKinley; Supply Department---
to our nice long weekends
Vernon L. Gorsuch Arlington W.
; nowadays. Reason ? Week-
Bennett Frances R. Gardner, Aujbiey -
end jaunts to visit hubby, J. C.
I W. Wilson Jr., George Anderson -
Smith AMMZc who is stationed
J4; William F. Booten JamesR
I at.Glynco, Georgia.
Spears, William S. Matthews,
W Shootes, Gaston Furman Yours truly and roommate Helen -
McKinnon and James MfMavage, Sic, spent a won-

__ _'n__ ___.. ''C. ; Accounting Department derful week-end at Miami Beach.
The operation' of the Corsair landing gear is here being tested by, left to right: G. B. Lowery, AMM3c Phillip D. Myers; Inspection Department This trip is heartily recommended
Joe I'c'kl'ns and K. I). Grime, after overhaul and Installations in Shop 1027. The plane is suspendedon | ..-Tulis C. Kirkland; Disbursing to one and alt
hydraulic jacks while the wheels are extended and extended. The hydraulic pressure necessary to Office---John D. Inabinet; I Aly'e Karp, (Gyro Room) ia
raise and lower the landing gear comes from the portable hydraulic test stand shown in foreground.This I I NAAS, Mayport...Putt D. Haley. leaving us to become the secretaryof
!is the last of the series of Assembly Division pictures. I -x_ I Mr. Coleman of A- A R. Sorry
to lose her and hope she'11 l'lIkhnew

INSIDE PUBLIC WORKS STAMPSBy I C s.hm For IdeasAt I job. '
I Wave "Lll" llarkrnson, AMM2c,
I M. T. Crumley in, his office in our first Wave in the Gyro Shop,
.- My Ethel )(. Shaiiahan Continuing the stories behind A & R. Captain Clonkey presented is now a happy gal. Reason ?
Another veteran is back Tom was an awful run on the Supply the the following winners with awards She's a civilian again. Despite this
stamps that have been issued
('4,.t...n-from Public Works Material Department's stock of bunting from the Beneficial Suggestion new happiness, Lil" enjoyed her
honoring our I
Navy to
we the
who worked under Mr. down In Bldg. No. 162. First come, I three cent This come Committee. Top winner was II. C. Navy Career and all her friends
OAK* when this department was first served, and those that stubbed bears the likeness purple.of Admiral stamp Farragut Murray who received $100,00 for here. We all miss her and want
in the Ad. Bldg. Tom enlisted in early had their choice of color; his Idea for "Prevention of Acci- I to wish her the very best future.
the left
on and that of Admiral
the Navy October 1942 and stayedon late comers took what they could Porter on the with dental Fall of Landing Gear F4U.. I Wan Slater, AMMI2c (Gyro
the same job but was In the get. But It was fun! Now to set- the USS Hartford in right the center., FG and F3A." diaries II. Hoard. Room) has been given his dismal

Contract Section in Bldg. No. 450. tle down for another year for the This stamp was put on sale February shop planner, won a check of $25.00 I charge. A swell fellow- to know '
He shipped out November 1944 to best lost won! 18; 1937 about which was an additional award and work with, he will be missed
Cocoa Sola, Canal Zone, and there -- after these naval seventyfiveyears otiicers from Washington for his "Pullerto by all. Lots of luck; Dan
was in Supply Department in won fame Remove Fulcrum Arm PVl and Floyd Koons, (Gyro Room) is on

charge of Aviation Material. Finally !I ELECTRICAL Admiral Farragut, then a.com- PBO Landing Gear." Mr Hoard I annual leave. We hope he enjoys
got enough points and was modore, after six days ot battle at also was presented a citation from this well-earned rest.
discharged at Miami, Florida DIVISION Fort Jackson and St Philip, sail- I the War Production Committee of ; We want to say "hello" to our

After taking a short vacation, Tom ed up the river with his fleet and Washington for his contributions I'friends who didn't come on the
will be back on his old job November ny Ruby Mjer appeared before New Orleans to the Nation's Brain Bank night shift with us. We miss all
first. He was reluctant to express 25 Trunk Davidson of No. 742 received of you,
All out for the .tngge-I'lng-uh-- April 1862 Panic seized the
an opinion but at last said he $1500 for "Pivot Lapping I -----"- -
stag party this Saturday!! The city. Many people fled carrying "**"
knows Supply problems now. He men of the electric shop are hav- much property and specie with Device on Gyros II. Garranl received urlrls4'4'l'itern!
was on the other side of the fence ing a shrimp supper I them. Women- in the streets cried his share of joint check : \\' Front (CN:>)-Two 8th
and will work for better cooperation K. WolllU has a two weeks' leave I "Burn the city!" Ships steam- with O. M. Scott and (i. Brittle and Division pfcs found a heavy iron

between Supply and Public starting :Monday. Your reporter, boats, warehouses and a vast Clifford llatrner received $1500 safe in a pile of rubble in western
Works now that he 11 back in Huh,'", had four days leave this amount of property was burned. for his Rivit Cutter Next, Walter Germany They succeeded In open-
harness I I I' week. I I.llIIa The city was captured on May 1, liuttej was awarded 25.00 for his ing it after attacking it for an
.,'We are really going to make avery \,.. ('"wan and Edna Shelton 1862, by General Butler, who en- idea for Aileion Repair." (Get hour with hammers, axes and
. sincere effort to get news of 812 "B" Shift have resigned. tered the city with some fourteen in this winning list and send in crowbars Inside, they found 12
from all the various and separated They've been with us over two thousand troops. your Ideas.t packages of K rations,
_ departments of Public Works. Beginning years. I After the fall of New Orleans, - --
with the next issue a particular Nearly every one in the electric Farragut's fleet sailed on up the
person or persons will have shop was "Branded" last week. The Mississippi and took Baton Rouge
been designated to send In news painters left their mark of green :May 7, 1862 Natchez May 12, and
each week No matter how small. and grey all over the shop Anyhow attacked Vicksburg June 2t, He pTechTraCen;
some item from each unit. So-o-o the place looks better! ran past the Confedeiates batteries -
look for a more varied form of the Robert Barton, AEM3c, "B" there and joined the Union ,
Public Works "doings" from now Shift, received his discharge Monday :' fleet.
We'll miss you, Bob. | The Confederate manned "Ar-
on.The biggest news around P. W.I I I'.niinu s.vitr is back from a two kansas" sailed out of the Yazoo
is FLOATS and the building of weeks' leave Bob Ulllianis left River and inflicted much damage
floats. All in favor of NAS's fifth for Alabama this week We regretto upon Far ragut's fleet, but when
birthday Parade! People really learn of the death of his father- the going got hot the "Arkansas'
"went to town" with ideas! There In-law. Our sympathy goes to Mrs. took refuge under the guns of 11}' Emma Sue McLeod his discharge within a few weeks.
I Williams. I Vicksburg. After finding Vicksburg | Undoubtedly we have all seen They have been spending a good
Martha Holiow ay's son, Dick, I too hard a nut to crack with- and read NATethTraCen Order deal of their time at Grand Operas -
ENGINE Flc, is returning to Charleston, out a land army, Farragut sailed No. 81-45. wherein Certificates for the legitimate stage and visiting -
S, C, after a brief leave. He's on back to New Orleans. Civilian employees in recognition many points of interest in
OVERHAUL the ship, N. K Ferry I At the close of 1862, Porter, in lof their services during'or1d War and around Boston. They expect to
,. LI. fetter, division officer, now conjunction with General :Mc ler- No. II are to be awarded. While make their home in New York:
i' lit 11. K. CrawFlash" has the rank of Lt Commander. mand, went up the Arkansas River I each will be proud to be the pos City where her husband will enter
:llatfleld became __ _n __ and captured Arkansas Post sessor of this Certificate, our College
!!! U349i
. t the proud papa of a baby girl this with its garrison of some five thou- greatest reward lies not in its pos- It is indeed a pleasure to give

week. Diana Marie. I MACHINEDIVISION sand Confederate troops. May, session but in the fact that we mention to one Doris A Jackson.She .
(umrrn (1349) was also blessed 1863, a land army under commandof were contributors in the ultimate has been with the l / i Office -
this week with a new little "Tex- General Grant assisted by Por- victory achieved by this country ever since March of i..*4 and
I ter's gunboats, completely invested 'In its most critical era, We have she has done splendid work in that
an"a boy Vicksburg After six weeks of done out bit not for
Our news repol'ter.114'''' 1*. lly Myrtle Tucker glory or reward department. She is a most ardent
incessant bombardment from land but to maintain for
ourselves and faithful worker and
Knii and river the Confederate garrison our loved ones, our homes It has been made less difficult by
We will miss our popularity queen. and brought good news with him '
I surrendered (land our country, peace, freedom being associated with Legal Officers -
,
Frank flroiinouh't son, Tommy, His mother who has been very
'low is I I I On August 5. 1&64, Farr agut's and security front future bloodshed who have been most considerate -
home this week from overteas now improving nicely.
came
fleet of eighteen vessels, four of through another war I and pleasant to work for.
from Mildred $t"\t'lIleft fora
He will be discharged I Thursday them ironclad, appeared off the I I i We learn with regret the depar- At the Welfare office we have
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and then return to Bible Conference in Fort Worth,
the Marines entrance to Mobile that ture in the future of
Bay. Early near Helen Olga Bashure. a demure but
school I I Texas. She will be accompanied very
medical same day the fleet sailed into the P Burgett Her resignation takes
delightful personage.'hen she is
faces: by two of her friends from Berea
| We miss many friendly bay, boldly running past Fort place the 31st of October and we not at her office she is assisting
Church and will be
this week from Engine Overhaul Baptist gonefor
Gaines located on Dauphin Island, | are loath to see her go. However, her sister Emily in giving dancing
have been transferred and a period of two weeks. (.See ,
They and Morgan, located on Mobile she has a very plausible reason. instructions. Emily has a studio on
we hope they do well in their new last item.) I II Point. Her husband has
Faragut's ships were lashed who been in the Riverside Avenue and both sisters
station. ,I Kill Johnson came back last i In pairs,-the Admiral directing Pacific is returning very shortlyand have contributed largely of their
drat? Arrliulele (1350) is home Monday. He has been'working in I the movements of his fleet from getting his discharge from the talents to the U.S,O. and other o&vganlzations
;Von* ,. ,frave visiting her uncle from Oakrldgc, Virginia, for the past the main-top of his flag ship, the Navy Helen, says they are planning in this City. -
*
*Verseas. I I I year. I "Hartford." The fire from the forts a three months' vacation in We are sorry to learn that Myra
i K 1.041)"e I'erguvm (1347) came ,: Jimmie PnrKsls very happy to had been Ineffectual. The "Tecum-- Wisconsin and Florida before they M Gilliam who has been with
[back after a week's leave enjoying be back' with us as a civilian, Jim I
ash one of the ironclads, was settle down Her husband will Central Files for a long time is
the )beach and points of interest. : says it is really nice to be in ci- I sunk by a torpedo, Faragut is then enter the X-ray field while tendering her resignation. She is
Q 1 MJiuk E. Gardner ((1347 P) is on vilian clothes again. said to have remarked "Sail on. she will forget business and become taking a long needed vacation and
c [the Jcb after nearly a week of illStliald \ I William O'JSrl.m vacationing Damn the torpedoes." I a housewife and, an she fur- says she does not intend to return -

S nelll in Portsmouth, Virginia, while on I The Confederate fleet, consistIng I ther says, perhaps in the not too to work for at least a halt
Mitts, became :Mrs. Tosch leave.. He is planning on some real I of the ironclad ram "Tennes distant futwe make a happy home )'ear. We will miss you very much
[last! week' in a quiet ceremony. We fishing while there- see" and a number of gunboats, I for her husband and possibly three and wish you good luck and good
'Wish the couple the best of luck. At last It's happened. Yes, sires, steamed swiftly down the bay and ''or four more Burgetts! health.
I I We are glad to welcome Chief I the sweetest girl in the world arrived made a dash at the Union fleet A jl A letter was received a few days Renee Riddle Riddle who has

C Perkins back after a 30 day in Jax last week, says "Slim hsort but furious naval battle en- ago from Lee Hanna one of ourformer been transferred from the Main
__ Tjler. sued. Farragut obtained a brilliant fellow workers. Her letteris Side to Central Files has 'added
p I,Then there was the ( (' Il"a\'e'l Mildred !Sevt dl'lI brother-in-law, victory for which he has been called I most interesting telling of her to that office a delightful person
Ufoneer, who tame into the Jack is home after twenty-one the "Nelson of the AmericanNavy. husband being stationed at Quon-i abty a loss to the Main Side btu

.with, the rate of I.SMFTlc.it. months of overseas ,duty. ." ret Point but that he Is expecting | a" gain for Central Files.





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This past week brought out a )
N definite change of weather. Blues, *, "
: MOVIE SCHEDULE rfl1 coats, scarfs, and gloves have t
been the costume for the well-

TODAY-SHADY LADY with Ginny Simms and Robert Paige: dressed WAVE. The well worn '
; ARMY-NAVY SCREEN :MAGAZINE; at 1800 and 2000.SATIIIU seersuckers are beginning to get
used to their coat hangers and
).\WEEKEND AT THE WALDORF with Ginger Rogers Er lockers. Even the most sturdy
Lana Turner, and Van Johnson; NEWS; at 1730 and 2000. WAVES are requesting extra blan

S\TNU\Y-WEEKEND AT THE WALDORF; at 1500; THAT kets.
NIGHT WITH YOU with Susanna Foster and Franchot. Tone; SOLID .F I Along with the change of climttte -
SENDERS; at 1800 and 2000. tr the fall is bringing! much
good news from boy friends, fiances -
MONDAY .ANI TI''' Sn.-\ -HOUSE ON 92nd STREET, with
who
and husbands
: are coming
Lloyd Nolan and William Eythe; COMMUNITY SING; NEWS; at 1800 I home, Mary Jane Dickard is

and 2000. looking forward to a visit with

WEDNKMiAY-FROZEN GHOST with Lon Chaney, Jr., and Ben her mother and father. Dorothy
Karloff; HOT AND HECTIC: 1800 and 2000. Ludwig and Virginian Jones have

., ... r ,. s received beautiful bouque'u of
.-. ...,, \ roses. All of Bks. 51 is glad that
,. LIEUT. COMDR..JOIIN J. GAI.LAGHKR. ,-lett, has been named- they are allowed to share these

> a Officer-in-Charge of the Physical and Military Training Division, roses in the office. Each bouquetis
.
succeeding Lieut. Comdr. Reginald E. Enright who last week was tagged! to have the MAA's the
detached. Lieut. Comdr. M. E. Makeever has been named assistant trouble of answering numerous
"- .
Ofticer-in-Charge of the division, succeeding Lieut. Comdr. Gallagher. questions.One
of the most novel .,
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> is owned by L Burns Lu. ,
It's Fall And Traditional Harvest "'
ther calls it a cask. '-oJ.tHt'len

Time; To Celebrate With NA TTC DanceThe awaiting Ward lessons is on first riding on the motor list

Harvest-Dance to be held at the NATTC Auditorium, scooters. Talking about transpor.
Friday 19 Oct 1945 from 2000 to 2300 to be tation: H. Leander, Redline, and
'f. promises a big:,| Schmderwolf had a marvelous tripto
','c' affair with lots of surprises. This is another dance plannedby St. Augustine in a rented car. '

the Dance Committee made up of student and Ship's Com- That sounds like a goo idea

pany personnel! This committee has arranged for interesting When are you going again?

seasonal decorations and refreshments. Music will be fur- The Personnel Office looked like

." '>/II' nished by the popular NAS Dance Orchestra. We are proudof ty"Hangover at the "Pines.Square"" after Highlights the par-of C-

) : the work of the Dance Committee in the past and know : the evening were: M. Tower's tap 1

/ that any event they plan will be good. Don't miss this dance. I dancing Snow Reven's JitterbugI .
I I I glng, and D. Turnball's piano play
i All Hands at NATTC are invited. Men may bring quests.

.I Civilian girls from Jacksonville will be present, under auspices ing.For the benefit of the many

of the NCCS-USO. WAVES at NAS and the Hospitalare WAVES who tried to play golf

also invited. during the 2-day tournament, the "
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and
---- -- ------ --- tournament is now over the
course back to its usual schedule.
f' s They're Moving From Here-Nearly Golf and tennis are now popular

pastimes and ate gradually taking

t" 100 Sent To Centers the place of swimming.
In
Sep Week We hope that B. Bleekman receives -
good news from Okinawa
Nearly 100 additional men and -- --
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-- that the typhoon didn't hit anyonewe
Waves at NATTC last week were i C
Charles R. know there.
Park AEMlc; John W
sent on their way to separationcenter's !;, Cloud. SADlc; Francis G. Fick- Several NATTC WAVES tried to
and ultimate discharge.Here's i ling AEMlc; Halbert C. Fish' Jr., get a preview of "Week-End at
the list of those ,
transfer receiving I I AEMlc; Leslie A. Fowler AEMlc; th+! Waldotf" by going to Main-
last papers during the weekending Russell P. Frisbie. AKClc; Lawrence : side. It is a very popular picture
Saturday:
Gay AMMlc.; William L. judging by the number of stiff
To Camp Wallace, Texas: Thomas Hanley. AOMlc. Wilford P. Hubert necks of those who had to standto

W. Rich, ACOM. PhM2c John B. Johnson it.Imogene.
... N"' ; see
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sh-nlly-< need to sing-Glnny Simms i To Sampson N. Y.: J. W. Heit- AOM2c.; Ray Kehoe PhM3c; AlvinJ. Presley is back from &
I zenrater, Cox'n; Alfred C. Cosatch, Lee, SC2c; W. W. Llchtneger I trip, to New York City where h"
AOM2c.; Louis J. Toth, SClc.; GinoM. AOM2c; Jack H. McDonald, AOM2c took In all the entertainment hih11 -
Bachetti, Sic. ; Howard J. Newsham, ACOM; I ht.a.

SPECIAL EVENTS To Norman, Okla.: Marvin W.I Millard Porter, AEMlc. I We wish Ei iiia t>ot_t. Mary

Aboard Henderson, SC2c; Ralph H. Smith Charles L. Pruitt. AEMlc; Lou Gudgell, and Ursula. Gu>*rt '..___... J
AOM3c; Herman T. Harty, AOM Charles R. Reed. AOMlc; RoccoJ. good luck at Chicago. '-_
FRID.IV-NATTC HARVEST DANCE in the Auditorium; at 2000. TIc.To Riccardi SClc: Herbert E. Recently enjoyed visits were

FRIDAY-FOOTBALL GAME, AEM School vs. Turret School; at Bremerton Wash.: Earl F.Hendrlckson Stouffer. AEM2c; B. F. Ellis AOM those of A. Redman, L. Byrne, and
NATTC gridiron, at 1630. SC2c. le; Walter D. MasiWi, PhM2c; Edward V. Riley. We hope that Redman
B. Olsen AOM2c Lee D.I back to
To Great LaKes: Burton H. Har- ; and Byrne will soon come
SUYFOOTBALL GAME, Bombers (Ship's Company) vs. vey, AOM2c; Charles L. Lucas, Posey AOM2c; Zelmer Rogers, I stay with us. V. Riley is showing, .
Turret School at 1630.ARCIIFKYAt SC2c; James W. Leedom. AOM2c AOMlc; C. A, Scruggs., AEM2c; I off her new civilian clothes. .
;
: available for Franklin J. AEM3c Thomas L. Shannon, AFClc. Mitchell was reminded .,
Barracks 54; archery equipment men Hurlbut. ; Jos. Phyllis -
and women. E. Sparough. AEMlc; John J. --- that WAVES are still full of a.
I Strabel. AEMlc; Robert J. Seeley, : sense of humor as she climbed over
MUSIC-Recreational rehearsal room is available to all hands in to her top
to
AEM2c; Clarence E. Pickering, NATTC Has Part I a series of ropes get
the Auditorium Band Room. Instruments may be procured froVnS. AOM2c i I bunk. Wonder who thought ot
P. Lanteil, Music, daily from 1600-2100.
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To Memphis Tenn.: Harl E.Baskms. that .
GOLF. STATION COURSE. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to AMM2c; William F. Vittl- In AnniversaryOf A weary group of WAVES returned
all personnel. Clubs available at gear locker in NATTC Auditorium. I tow, AOM2c; John J. Phelps. AEM2c I from the parade Monday.
GOLF INSTRUCTION for NATTC personnel by R. W. Reynolds, I ; Harry L. Sims, TM2c; Johnny They looked good in their best .
SpA)2c( ) 1300 to 1530. (Special classes for WAVES by appointment). J. Davis, AOMlc. 5th Birthday Blues. The parade will be long remembered -
the number of sore
for
Sign up at Shack.SWIMMING --
To
Bainbridge: Joseph D. Men-
DAILY. Recreational period for enlisted men, their I, na, SClc: Drew H. McElwee AEM2c I I The part Naval Air Technical i i,I feet man if marched for nothing as well eUe.as the E. Her-oth-

guests, wives, and WAVES from 1800 to 2100 at NATTC pool No. 1. ; Harry Nicholas AOMlc; Training Center has played in the lets I even though it was her first
Saturdays-Co-tecreational period from 0830 to 1200; 1300 to 1700; I Charles E. Loney. AEM3c; WaldoJ. five-year-old life of the Naval Air parade. We will hope to meet all.
1800 to 2100.( Sunday-Co-recreational period from 1200 to 1700; and Harpme. AOMlc I I I,I of NATTC personnel at the HarI .
Station well Monday
I To Toledo. Ohio: Walter D. was recognized -
1800 to 2100.IIOSTESS. be \* at-
vest Dance It is to a
I Adams, AOM2c; George Goudy I in the anniversary celebration I II I I j rJii:1IW
IlOUsK daily from 1530 to 2100. Saturdays and !
open AMM2c; Glenn L. Schroth AFClc.To staged in Jacksonville under -
from 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted and rela- I sponsorship
Sundays personnel Shoemaker: Gene J. Fontana of the Jacksonville Cham- i was devoted to NATTC, its activi j
tives and guests. AEMlc; William R. Johnson, I ties and ranking officers. '
i
AOM2c, Lowell E. Keyte. AOM2c ber of Commerce. I of otflceis -
JSAT1O I.WICARV open daily from 0800 to 2100. ; Surrounded by pictures
BOWLING daily at Ship's Service from 1200 to 2030. Earl L. Moyes, AOMlc.; SanfordL. NATIpersonnel made up the and activities at the center (
Hulley, S2c. I main marching contingent in the was a story recalling the development :
Ashore/ To Norfolk: Frank H. Pace, two-mile long parade staged during of the Center__from its beginning '
i SKVlc.; Ernest D. Harbin, Cox'n; the afternoon and the Center's up to now, pointing out \
The Episcopal Army and Navy Center, corner of Church and I Tyler H. Murphy AOM3c. i band provided some of the martial I that thousands of Naval Aircrewmen '
Market Streets sponsors a dance every Saturday night from 2030 to To Lido Beach: Francis H. Cul- music. I had been trained here and sent I
2330. Junior hostesses will be in charge and all enlisted personnel are i Icy AOM21; Stanley Lachowicz, 1 Monday night during a meeting out to combat areas all around the .
invited.SUNDAYTrip. AEMlc: Paul W. Closius AEM2c; I in the auditorium of the George globe.
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to Silver Springs for all NATTC personnel and John J. Kelley, AOMlc; RaymondS. Washington hotel at which Vice- I I The article recalled, "Since the i'i'I
Palmer AOM2c; Mitchell E. I Adm. Marc A. Mitscher was the commissioning of the Naval Air
guesta Tickets $2.8 round trip. Bus leaves at 0830 from circle outside -
I
Main Gate. Leaves Silver Springs at 1800. Special rates for Yurko. M3c: William L. O'Toole. 1 principal speaker and honor guest, {I Station in October of 1940 the
Silver AOMlc; Louis. D. Fontaine. AOM2c Como. Joseph B. Lynch, just re- training of air c rewmen. the men
servicemen and women at Springs. I I
; Edwin A. Hastings, AEM2c; i heved as Commanding Officer I 1 who keep the Navy's"air planes in ..
JACKSONVILLE BEACHES-Buses leave at frequent intervals Charles A. Hurlebaus AFC2c; I j I NATTC, and now a Commodore i I the air and who operate tile,maze
from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets Surf bathing I Howard W. Douglass, AOM2cT) ; was presented a scroll by the !; of technical equipment aboard vU> and other recreation at one of world's finest ocean beaches. Bus Joseph P. Murtha, AFC2c; David Chamber of Commerce as an ex-I'planes, has been an integral 1Mr t.
fare 25c. J. Ciccioli AEM3c.To I pression of appreciation of his administration of the over-all training program.
I Minneapolis: Edward V. of thl training center
Although at the outset this train
NAVY MOIIINK'S HOSTESS HOUSE, 101 East Church Street.
Ahrens. SClc; John O. Chase, EM here during the past two years. I I ing was carried on in trade schools,
USO CENTERS at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blandmg Bus i 2c; Robert L. Patterson, AOMlc. On the stage Monday night with since February of 1943 it has -
Station; Church and Newnan Street; 311 West Duval Street. USO To Terminal Island Calif.- Har- other special guests was Capt.I I the function of the Naval Air.

WOMEN'S DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. II ry A. Miller, AFClc; Eldon L. Fry Ford N. Taylor, new Commanding I Technical Training Center, operating -

CANOEING, FISHING, AND BOATING! Cedar River on San AOM2c. I Officer of NATTC, who was pre I as a separate command on thestation"
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on I To Boston: Amalio W. Feiranti!, sented to a Jacksonville audiencefor y
t I SK2c; John H. McConnell AOMlc the first time I The Jacksonville Labor Journal,
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c; canoes-Jl.OO per hour; motor
( atl-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. (T); Stanley Gonsiorowski, AEM A colorful souvenir program of in a special anniversary edition,
i 2c.To I the day's activities had been pre- carried on its front page a story
IIOKSKItACK RIDING I MAGNOLIA STAW.K.S. San Juan Avenue Jacksonville: Everett W : pared by the Chamber of Commerce I about the training center, likewise '
'and Lakeshore Blvd. $1.00 per hour for two hours; $1.50 per onehour Reaviel AOMlc; Victor 10'. Baird, and copies were distributed emphasizing the importance of the I II
; groups of eight or ten-$1.00 for two hours. HYDE PARK AOMlc; Donald E. Bounty, ACOM; at the hotel. A double-page spread ,I training program carried on here. I

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By John Nlchboiirg, AKM3f

Monday A. M. .A-marthing we

did go a-marchlng we did go, '
Neigh oh, the merry oh, a-marching -
we did go. y % kv

Monday P. M. Oh my aching l r


feet Well! looks like the busy paten 1h

will be hitting the dusty trail soon :::
The recent decision of the powers 4
that be to present that much

sought after certificate to men W
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with three or more children, has I
met with their whole-hearted approvaL
.I'm told. By the time you

lead this, some of them will haveCompleted
the formalities and bee 'I'

>n their way home.

The fortunate few in the AEM
"A" School are Lester B. Anderson
Sterling "Shorty" Daniels, K. W.I I !

Busboom, A. O. Robbins, M.I *:*4)',? F: ,

U i. Lintner, E. J. Wilkinson A. ppp..1 '

.' jvlcGehee.pgers, H. F. Roach, and C. ) 7 I r

In the AEM Advanced School, J6 ,lS {
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there are R Boals, and D. \" Mc- A 4)1
Elroy, and the A P School ,wllli I s'k S s
have to struggle along without J.

C. Brady, F E. Fields, W A. Kessler -
W. W. :Morrell and W F.
Steely Adios one and all and may r

lady luck lead you by the hand. .vml" .e '

From what I hear Barracks 4mus'
have beten in one h... a mess..

Verne "Mother' Kverslage: I lit
3 taking It like a good sailor. A

has been riding to arulralllDpP'Ij .. .
lal papp>s, -s aPersonnel -
anti to 2,000 officers\ enlisted men, and Waves, participated
has ben riding to of the Na\'al Air Technical Training Center, numb'rlng'Io..e O'a"lon8
from the beach with him for of ('ommf't'e-lollOn.lIrt'd parade staged Monday afternoon through the streets of downtown Jad"on\'lIIe
I In the Chamber celebration staged In Jacksonville -
with BenFrancke Air Station here and was part of a "etk-end-Iong
several months along commissioning of the Naval
of the
fifth anniversary and band In
the Guard
: Color I
and Fred Dan. All the NAS and auxiliary "tatllm" In addition to the several regiments who paraded, NATTC provided a
at ,
taking
those standing duty
will nt''rre afternoon with Iltad\o811)\ aU personnel except
while, Verne, who the parade The area was ,irhially "hilt down" Monday -
95 again, hall been boasting ,
In the priKesslon. -
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about being the first one -- -- --- -
group to go back to civilian life. Offered Readjustment: '
To Civilian 1
Now, of course, with Lintner out, Navy Lingo
MM words.Kraocke .
lit" having to eat
and Dan are seeing to I Explained To
PublicationJust
that. They don't let him forgetit Separatees By Casu

for a minute. However, with

4211 ..points, he should make It tl to be sure that Navy.men before Nylons return. Personnel HereAll -
loon. I don't go home speaking a "sea SheetA civilian sack.

Jeannette Dillard can scarcely SNIT S faring tongue" which may be utterly Hatch---To give little chickens personnel at NATTC last
contain herself these days. Her foreign to listeners, Slipstream Double.bottomThe load on a an insight into
week were given
husband, whom she hasn't seen for official publicatfon of Casu chair when someone sits on jour .
over a year and a half, arrived at a COMPANY PROFILESTake i iI 24, has devised a list of civilian lap. rights and benefits they can expect

West Coast port last week and will meanings of common Navy terms. Boy-A civilian salute. as veterans following their

I* home soon I bathothel mographs or Here they are: \ Stern--Making with the face like I discharge from the Navy.

The entire AEM "A" School wasNtddf'ned time-fuses or skiing or lIeml-c18.1-\\ Deck 52 playing cards, plus the Leading Chief. In two sessions held in the Auditorium -

last week to learn of the steal music, and chances are jou'll one joker. Stem---A flower on one end, students and Ship's Com-
death of James H. Abercrombie. I get pretty fouled up on one or an-I Head-..The part of a nail jou roots on the other. I
For the past four months. h. had other in that kind of a quartet.But hammer ot.PortA HullFormerly Secretary of pany personnel were shown two
been undergoing treatment at St I State Navy films one dealing with the
that isn't true of Shirley
kind of wine.
L. I.
h >)l .n0 Hospital, St. Albans, Weaving, Sic, who hails from Wa- I Yard--You may have to rake general benefits, particularly educational -
immediate
Abercrombie is survived, in his ScoonerA large leer with a
1- by his widow and terbury, Conn., and currently is a handle one. ones, which will accrue to
family NATTC Fantail--Rudder on a goldfish.
r master-at-arms in the to do with
School them, the other having
.. two children. The AEM Boom--A loud noi e. Rudder would rudder be right
barracks.
.x to extend to Mrs. Aber Waves I National Life Insurance and possible
wishes
Wave Weaving:I Line-Sales talk to a girl.Backstay i than President. this wartime
. crumble, their (expression of deep ... ... conversions of
can lam turkey AfA vertical NavalA kind of orange. civilian
1 --- rib in protection to permanent
sympathy. on any of those I Flat top A deceased Dick I
luidoambottl: the accordion subjects --- and a corset. Tracy character. l protection.
man, who squeezes 'em hot orsweet does! in an inteiesting I Bare poles-You will see a lot I PilotHeie and there with a The sessions were presided over
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left Tuesdaynight Lieut. ,
ait you wish, kind I.PI'opUsed by
for hit home lu Kent, I'a. of way although pany, in her home town, and start I shovel to hold clothes NATTC Personnel Officer who alsois
a
I'm told that he plain to take; she ed there as a full-fledged designer up serving as Civil ReadjustmentOfficer
unto himself a bride while awn)'. modestly says'there One of Bristol's products is that line. assisted by Charles T.
throw and
The tut re Mrs.ambottl is a isn't I "graph job," which takes sound- I Stick-Something you Kimberly, Sic. Lieut. Commander
native of Johnstown, I'a. anything Interesting i lings, measuring both depth and tell Rover to go get. I Howell urged personnel to get the
Sweat To
--- perspite.Liberty
temperature of water. That's how to the varied questions
accordion music, Guido about me answers
If like
is you your man. His easy, confl- 7L., ..you ought to she became acquainted with bath I if -You are married won't get anymore II which will occur to them upon separation -

dent style has the professional' blrlt')' Wes\'lngtalk with my; othermographs. I Watch-you timepiece. (The first before they reach separation -
the who tell I In her work sometimes she centers, as there will be mOle
I touch and never fails to ring father-- he's the one can hour after 12 is 1 o'clock)
in Barracks transposed the finished design, time for individual problems heie
bell Ask any c>f the boys some stuff. | Sack--A receptacle for I
paper at the centers. Many educational
than
includes scaled and with measurements,
15. His repertoire I Since Mr Weaving is way up i groceries.
want to from artist's sketch and sometimes kinks require time to
an ;
just about anything you in Waterbury (of he isnt ( Time Clock-A mechanical
yonder
hear in the popular field and all I somewhere on atest cruise she obtained the same re- straighten out, he pointed cut-
at sea | back i lian muster. and this should be done in advance.A .
of the better known operatic arias for the Navy) and since the little ,18ult working somewhat Cop--A civilian Shore cI\'I-1!
the semi-etas-I wardsfrom a finished model I I half dozen officers have
as well as many of Wave with the varied interests QuiltA civilian blanket or so
,| vies. I and talents was right at hand, we I She had been so closely associated stuffing. been designated to handle various

Ch. Carlin, Phase 2 AEM School,, decided to settle for her in an effort with things of a naval nature II Plate-A crockery dish civilianseat I phases of the Civil Readjustment
thought of painting his car recently to present NATTC personnelwith it probably Has natural off of. Program Lieut. V. H. Albrecht is
bit hesitant be'cause "profile." enough that she would want to the Educational Services Officer\
but was a another Dog tag--A biting permit for a
of th'e great amount of work I All that business about bath I join the \\'a\'e8.JiO recruiter had I canine I and is located in Building 501.

required to sand off the original othermographs and time fuses has: to give her a sales talk; she Boot- -To keep the feet dry, I: Lieut, K. E. Wilson is the Legal
coat. The boys in Fire Control volunteered its start back during "high schoodays" I "went down and joined." She had I Rger-A man's name. Assistance Officer, located topsidein
to help him do the job. I when Weaving had, appar been designing products for use in Watch cap--In a restaurant, so the annex to Building 500. Lieut.
This pleased the Chief no end and I ently, more ambition than many I the Navy, and her father for nearly I It won't be stolen. C. A. Lange is the Insurance Officer

he immediately set about getting : school student and sandwiched ten years had been a "trouble Quarters-Four to a dollar. assisted by Ruth L. Herndon,
lea )'. When the time came, how'ever I high in a couple hundred hours of shooter; ; installing speed gears and Mess--.Something you have to Y2c, located in the Personnel Office
to do the sanding, the Fire Government training in tracing 'hydraulic pumps in the Na'y'sIsurfs'e clean up. Building 500. There are three

Control bunch were conspicuous by \,I and designing while attending high craft, going along on SecuritySocial, taken from chaplains at NATTC, Lieut. E. W.
their absence. They were only procrastinating shakedown cruises..Including that Andrews, Lieut. A. G, Archibald,
school.
II much publicized in Life test trip your pay. and Lieut T. P. McMahon. The
and finally ,
though, she finished
by the time Stingerthe tail hook on a bee.
came through in fine order I I Although the course she knew a little of' the USS North Carolina. I Jetty--Remember those pretty'girls' chaplain's office Is in the nOl th.I .

Davy Davidson and that blonde 'about designing, she still considered Skiing has been part of her recreational !:' pictures? I west corner of the Ship's ServiceBuilding .
each other going ) life for a good many ,h
WAVE, have herself primarily a "tracer" Tact To make your guests feel
around in circles. I _until she went to work for the 1 years, she said but then had to I at home when you wish they were. ----
Victor Roblnette wife presented I Waterbury Watch Company which 'get in a dig at Florida's weather Longevity-The length of time Doc..._J'Can you see anything
with a new son last week. and i "I'm colder down here than I was ?"
him devoting its resources j you last after 65. without your glasses
was
C. E. Leach, an instructor in the properties to the manu- at home. Why, back home I used Small Stores.-2x4 merchandise Sailor (working on a survey)_
physical
generator: phase of the AEM facture of precision instruments. to go skiing with nothing but a I marts "Without my glasses, I can't even:

School, has been playing so much including time fuses for England. !sweater on and it didn't bother I CanteenA hip-pocket scuttlebutt hear." ,
matches, of then hastily added, "of
poker lately, tor that she had the me, and ,
course, that every time one of his I ability Waterbury to do saw more than just trace, course I had on ski pants." Jumper-A hurdling athlete "And to think I mortgaged the

students laixes his hand he, I and quickly upped her into a de When this Navy tour is over in I Atl'ntlon-What married men house to send my boy to college.All .

Leach, bays automaticaly, "Raise signer's spot this is our assumption all likelihood she'll go back to pay to everyone but their wives. he does is go out with girls*
you five." and definitely hot the wayWeaving Bristol Recording, at least for a Left flank-The port aide of the drink and smoke." I '
__ _x__ __ whole. They're already pesteringher it 1"
It
decided put ) south end of a horse going north "You you regret
Helen is a and more
Y2e."You'say" i When that work was nboxit with that more How soon will Ear banger-A boxer who specialties "Sure, I should havesgone, jnjietlf. :
blonde :
out Weaving jumped on common question in cauliflowei ." .
y](' Til 'say! She tides I played ,Bristol cording Com- you be but? ,
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AN OLD FRIEJsDisllIP was renewed at NATTC last week when r v.
CSpA( ) Al Nettlow returned to Jacksonville for separation after
_. spending 20 months in the Pacific. With him is Eddie Barnett Sp : Men In the AEM Primary School learn plenty that can be used'! In their Navy t'1't"f'rs-and get "'
(Alc, who learned a great deal of what he knows about boxing fromJ plenty, too, In vocational training which can be used advantageously when they return to civilian life. '".
Chief Nettlow. The chief formerly was attached to NATTC Physical CSpT( ) It. E. Metala Is shown here giving two students the word on operation of a generator test C1'
Barnett. Chief Nettlow has stand. .
Training Department with a stringof
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wins his hook and -- --
some 85 amateur welterweight on perhaps one '
of his greatest fights was a draw with Bob Montgomery, colored Football League
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lightweight champ now. Training Story I Offers Good Menu Navy News WJAX :


Points Work Everywhere; Even Provides Good I There's more good football In Now On Tuesday ;

I store for NATTC fans during the .,

.- Footballers Get The Point Bug- Navy Souvenir coming tomorrow week, with and games Tuesday scheduled on And Saturday M..t

NATTC's intramural football the NATTC gridiron. 4
league this week is on a point system I but the Ship's Company men tight- Is your picture in this book? Tomorrow, AEM School and Jacksonville's Radio Station
all its own, as the result of a ened again, and took over on their What book? Why, Technician'sWar WJAX, which is the local NBC
Turret School will clash and
scoreless tie played last Friday by own 21-yard line. Three more of course, the pictorial history outlet, now carries the "Nav1News"
times during the afternoon the Tuesday the Ship's Company
and the
Turret School (Ship'sCompany
of the Naval Air Technical broadcast at 1815 on Tuesdays -
Bomber held
and took
) Bombers. group possession Bombers and Turret School
Physical Training officers ex- of the ball on downs. Training program.If meet. All the teams are so evenly and Thursdays. This pro
plained Saturday that since the As the final whistle blew, it you are one of the enlisted matched now, and have developed gram of interest to both Naval and j
football league is being operatedon looked as though the Bombers I men of naval aviation, it is quite so much during the past civilian personnel has been broad
a tournament basis, for bracket might have been on their way toa possible that pictures of you, and"shots" few weeks, that sailors, Waves cast every Monday Wednesday
ing purposes there can be no ties. score. Center Chisel had inter including many of your and Marines can be sure of some and Friday since June of 1944 and
Top team will be determined by the cepted a Turret pass on the Turret friends, are included. highly entertaining games. has become a well-listened-to fea
largest number of points. Three 40. Marcolivio picked up nine, -
Men from
the
being discharged ture.With
Fullback
points will be given for a win, two and 10 the Fusco followed with Naval Service are finding that Postoftlce On New'Civilians' the revision of fall schedules
placing ball the
on
21-yard
for a tie, and one for a loss. Technician's War makes an excel- the change was arranged for
That still keeps Turret way out stripe with a first down. But that'swhen lent souvenir of their Navy ca RoutineThe by the station's officials in co-
the
in front, their three wins and a tie whistle blew. reers. The book is on sale at NAT operation witn the NATechTraCen
giving them 11 points. Here are the starting line-ups: TC Ship's Service and is priced at NATTC postoffice this week Office of Public InformaUon, -.* .1
There was more confusion after Turret POSt Bombers one dollar. went on a new schedule, with most public service of WJAX and at no( '
the game Friday than usually can Bender LE Donahue i Technician's War the Navy personnel being replaced by cost to the Navy. The items heardon -1
be found in Grand Central Station. Bowers LT Heller covers civilian employees. "Navy News" are pertinent and
As soon as the final whistle blew, Silwanow LG Fecho story of the Naval Air Technical Several changes in routine were interesting stories about the __
game officials ruled that the tie Opalenik C Chisel Training program in photographs, instituted Monday morning for achievements of the Navy and
would have to be "played off," with I, O'Rourke RG Davenport I I Jacksonville.many of which It were taken in handling U. S. mail in the NATTC Naval personnel. Some of the all.
each team carrying the ball, alternately Lewis RT Newsham graphically pre I area Including the elimination of Navy stories are released from
sents the important contribution
three times. While Baltich RE Svitonek ; Washington while the local item
spec- i I which the enlisted men of Naval collection and delivery of mail to .
tators, coaches and some players Foster QB Freitas !I'aviation i made in achieving final and from the Postoffice and Areas are prepared_here.._
wondered what was going on the LaHullier LH Marcolivio !,I victory. A, B, and C. Mail destined for --- '. -
ball was put Into play on the mid- White RH Canterberry I I I those areas is now being delivered Services Office
field stripe. Six plays later, Turret Foote FB Fusco In tracing the history of the to the respective unit office by the I
was declared the winner," but Officials Referee, Makeever; Naval Air Technical Training Command NATTC Police under supervisionand I Now In Bldff. 500
the next morning all that was umpire, Colyer; head linesman, I Technician's War points out control of the Chief Master- I I
changed, and the point system was Sterkle. that since 1942, when the Com at-Arms. The Educational Services Office" l
put into effect. Earlier in the week, Turret had mand was established, more than formerly located in Building 500, f
The game itself offered plentyof chalked up its third straight win, 300,000 Naval aviation technicianshave velopments. Therefore, men rotated this week was firmly ensconced in .
action and hard fightingwithmore taking AEM School 6-0. been trained. Over 60 schools from ships or shore billets the south wing of Building 501,
than a minimum of ball bobbling The lone score came early in I located in strategic spots throughout through schools of the Technical lower deck,
Bombers showed a much the second half of the game, when the country. Technicians of Training Command and back The new quarters are larger,
stronger defense against the top- Fullback Foote intercepted an 20 rates and specialist designationswere again. Technician's War shows giving more space for an effective
ranking Turret eleven and several AEM pass in midfield, and lat.eralled graduated from these train how this rotation worked and howit display of training material avail
times held on downs when the students to Left End Bender, who ing centers. provided technicians with an up- able to sailors located at NATTC. j
appeared to be well on their galloped across the double stripe. Efficiency of technicians dependson to-the-minute knowledge of their Lieut. V. H. Albrecht i3 Educational -
way to a score. The starting line-ups: regular access to technical de- specialties Services Officer. .'
The game hadn't been in progress Turret Pos. AEM: -
very long when Canterberry Bender LE Coccinicl Turrets Win Their Third In a. Row I
fumbled on his own 39-yard stripe I Bowers LT Frew
and Turret took over. A pass, La. Silwanowicz LG Arnold '
Hullier to Fonote, netted 15 and a Labat C Sheve f.I
first on the Bomrber 21. But that I O'Rourke RG Cook

was just one of those instances Cerame RT Stewart I '
where the Bombers tightened Baltich RE Shevock I \\j: .j ,
down. Left End Donahue whippedin Foster QB Vestre > "'.. 3; ;
and set the students back seven Lattvalier LH Nickolons I ... Ia. i'4 :
yards, and that's as far as the students White RH Brown I I ..' .
went on that one. Foote FB Thacker
Again just as the second period I Officials: Referee, Stefani; um-
started Turret intercepted a pire, Kelly; head linesman. Hoi-
Bomber pass. on the Bomber 30, I man. I,
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(Through 14 October) ,
.. Points Points Trot
Team Won Tied Lost Won AU'd Points

Turret ... ....__.......... ............. 3 1 0 25 7 11
Bombers ......._....._.............._ 1 1 1 20 13 6
AEM ............._.... .................... 0 3 0 0 25: :t
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White (Turret)_ '". ...................6 0 6 t a'r rM h 'A J a.+ .
Foote (Turret) 6 :5 6 + g rn '# r' t a a prR, r

Bender (Turret) .............,.............._...........12. I 13
Donahue (Bomber) ?............._......_.... 0 1
I Barnes (Bomber) ...................._._.._._ 0 1 1t __'..__ __;....,....__...___.....'...._;w""""" ,......,.,..,.;;;_ Marek (Bomber) ......_....... ..... _..._._ 6 (0 6 Duke Lailulller, fleet left halfback on the Turret School football tram, makes a long end' run
t Fusco (Bomber) ?........... 0 l' 1. against the ARM School club. That's Left lUUbark Nlckolou (numbered 53) of A Kill rooming in fast
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