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Creation Date: November 1, 1945
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r', VOL. 3. No. 34 ,,., -TID 1 November, 1945

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,. Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Command \


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


It GENERAL AND ADMIRAL TALK IT OVERt

Designation I Of MOTC Changed

Last Friday NAS J.ck on-
Till added General Alexander
t A. V.nde.rlft, Commandant of
the IT. 8. Marine Corp*, to *!
rank of the ,. I .. .. p'r*
onulitxi who hn. vinttd here. To Advanced Training Command ;
Th leader tI' the I/t.lhfrnerk. ..
rn rout to Miami to pirtirl-
f 4 \ pat I In the Navy Dar crlfbr- _.
aY --- -- -
--
> eN ,, .ir av lion, mad an hour-I lone Mopr -
..* inspected the Marin nar. MEDICAL HEAD
racks with Colonel Martin J.! Sea Drafts To
Htlfeher. C. O. and had a Change Will Be
reunion with hi, ton, It. Col.
Alexander A. anderlft., Jr.,
executive officer of the Marin i Be Taken From
Barraeki. In the photo at left Effected Today
General Vandetrift chat with
Bear Admiral Ralph to:. l> rl-
ion, Chief of Naval/ Air Ad- Year-Duty MenA
ranred Training. jUlt after For ActivitiesEffective
1 lightint from hi, plan. He-
low left to rifht. Captain. Anthony -
1(. Brady, station .kip- new policy designed to accelerate *
11. Col.; andegrift, (ifn-
Y .t ll Y A r A .le. per. I
y eral Vandeitrift Admiral Dav the transfer of physically

pictured lion and on Colonel; the apron helleher along are qualified seamen to sea duty will today the Naval

1 aide VM hangar start 1 November in accordancewith I Air Operational Training

P' Personnel Officer's DirectiveNo. Command will henceforth be

[K. 4545. I known as the Naval Air Ad-

t Cancelling a previous directive vanced Training Command, it

\ which assigned! quotas to the various was announced by Hear Ad.

departments and divisions miral Ralph E. Davison, USN.

I aboard, the new order requests all The change, which affects all of

departmental personnel officers to the Naval Air Functional Train-

submit lists of all male seamen in ing Commands, is a result of the
revision of the overall naval avi-
their respective departments along
ation training program made nec-
with the length of shore duty at essary by adjustments to peace-

NAS Jacksonville of each Indi- time standards

vidual. From this master list, the Other training commands affected \
and their new titles are as
men to be transferred to sea will \
follows: Naval Air Intermediate
be called for by name.
It was pointed out that in so far I CAPTAIN CLAn} CE J. Training at Corpus Christ!, Texas -
as possible male seamen with less DROWN, MO, VS>>, Is the new will assume the title of Naval
than one year's shore duty at NAS medical\ officer In command of Air Basic Training; Naval Air
Jacksonville will not be shippedout. the U. S. Naval Hospital here. Primary Training will change to

However, this policy mightbe (For stofy see page two), I Naval Air Reserve Training with

changed should the supply of headquarters at Glenview, Illinois; :
non-rated men with more than one Naval Air Technical Training will
Uniform ChangeIn retain its \
year of shore duty be exhausted. present title and main
News of the new transfer policy tain headquarters at Pensacola, to- )

Community Chest Campaignis will come as a sharp jolt to hun- I Effect Today Air together Training with the Chief of Naval I II

dreds of non-rated men aboard I I
Effective today, 1 November, the Rear Admiral Davison will re-
who have completed more than a
To Close 10 1 November r year of shore duty here. It was style in uniforms worn at NAS main vanced as Training Chief of and Naval will Air retain Ad-

generally believed that few reservists Jax undergoes revision, accordingto
his
.
headquarters at the Naval Air
would be sent to sea for the executive announcement
Only two weeks remain in the station's annual Community few short months that remain be- Station, Jacksonville. __.
Here are the cnanges: Working --'- '-- h
War Chest Campaign which is scheduled to close on 10 fore total demobilization is com uniform for enlisted personnel is !

November, it was announced yesterday by Lt. Mark Bartlett pleted. undress Blue A or undress WhiteA

general chairman. or undress White B. Liberty or SupervisorManyProjects

Lt. Smith to Hun Chapel uniforms will be dress blueA
No figures on the amounts con- I I
this week that although a portionof and it is pointed out that flat
tributed to date were available the funds raised through the : Commissary Store blue hats will be worn with either LeavesLt.
the of
as majority ac-
yesterday drive will be retained in the home dress undress blues under the
Lieut. A. Smith SC USN or
Guy ,
,
tivities were waiting until solicita- I
.
community and used for local! order. Comdr. Harry G. Gray, whoas
has reported at NAS Jax from new
tion had been completed before ;
contract superintendent in the
turning in their reports. However agencies, service personnel on dutyin Elizabeth City, N. C., to relieve Uniform for officers remains unchanged -
other communities will be sup- I. office of the Officer-in-Charge of
of the few already reporting, theChaplains' there and Comdr. I. E. Blatt as officer-in- except that blue cap cov- Construction supervised the ad-
the campaign
porting charge of the station must be with service
Office stands at the commissarystore. ers now worn
ministration of
Bureau of
individual
that no matter where the many
head of the list with the largest dress blues. Working officer
home town is located Yards and Docks construction con-
contributor's
Comdr. Blatt is to be uniform will continue to be
amount collected so far. Other separated op- tracts
wholehearted here at NAS Jacksonvilleand
I benefit -
it will
by
from service in November.Lt. tional station with withoutbloust's
early on or
units reporting Incomplete returns
I support of all hands. In ad- its auxiliaries, will be detached -
have been the Ration Board, Spe- Smith is from Norfolk, Va. and with or without ties.
to the
dition, donors have the right to today Separation Center
cial Devices, O.O.D. Office, War 'specify the particular agency or prior to returning to civil life.
Bonds Office, Legal Office, and they wish to share in His successor is Lt. William
Central Transportationall of the their agencies contributions. : !NAVY IOAY JEXMIBITION: : Oakes who has ben serving as assistant
Executive Department; FirehouseNo. contract superintendent
3 of the Yard Department; Funds For Agen'l'f06The A native of
and the Electrical Division of Assembly annual Community War Beverly, Mass.
Chest Campaign makes possible
and Repair. I Lt. Comdr. Gray
'the raising of funds for a large
No Quota Set graduated: from
number of separate agencies in a
While no definite quota has been single effort. Member agencies include Nor t heastern
assigned to NAS Jacksonville and such worthwhile organiza- University at

its auxiliaries this year, it is hoped tions as the USO United Sea- Boston, Mass
that contributions will equal orS men's Service, War Prisoners' Aid, with a :Bachelorof
surpass the 1941 total of $15,233.10 and many foreign relief agencies Science Degree .a

despite a reduction in personnel which\ are helping war-ravaged in 1928.
caused by demobilization.War Until he received -
Chest officials pointed out Continued On rage .SeVf'I' his commis- t
sl-w in the na- !
Lt. Comdr. Gray

Two Ex-Prisoners: Like lax and al engaged serve in, civil he engineering work

I' with a number of prominent Mas-

WAVES; Plan to Stay in Navy"we 3z sachusetts engineering consulting firms and as constructing wellas i

/ the Public Works Departmentof
m nave been: treated' me" u es. the State of Massachusetts.
[ Hyde and Pate are anxious to
in Jacksonville of any place we Reporting to NAS Jacksonvillein
in the
"ship over" and stay regulars -
have been" two ex-prisoners of April, 1912, as a lieutenant, junior

the Japanese said here last Thurs- "I want to ship over and be sent grade, he was assigned as assistant *
day as they stopped over on their to Shanghai," said Pate. "That'sthe J4 to the contract superintendent I
way to the Naval Hospital at Dub- place for me." with duty as project man ,

lin, Ga. Hyde said, "My hopes are to 'See ": "" > :"' ager on various construction con- I 1

C. T. Hyde, CPhmM, of Whit- America First'," and he wants to Continue on Page
tier, N. C., and R, E. Pate, AMMlc, be sent to NAS Jax for Mi next _ _St'I I
of Columbus, Ga., who were repatriated duty station.
'
in mid-September, reached -, "The people here have really Auditorium Now :1

the States 20 October when been swell to us," the exprisonerssaid .1
they arrived at Oakland Calif. as they lolled in the Administration I lor Events \
They were flown to Washington building. They listed a staff Open
in a C-51: and came here in a C-47. car to town, rooms at the Semi-
S The Southerners, who are astounded nole hotel, and visited a Jax night oWfl. Moinside movies moved Indoors .:
over the growth of the spot as impressions of their stop- for the fait and winter

Navy and Army since the time over. Hyde also was Impressed by ,.; MMMwn with the opening! yesterday !
they became internees, are equally( the V-lOs, which prompted the .,rya of the completely redecorated -
amazed at being back in America."It statement "What this Navy need Mainslde Auditorium i

seems too good to be true," Is more WAVES." lie didn't mean -. Beginning today there will JHJ
-
they agreed the ocean variety three shows dllly-at 1300 r

Will Stay In Navy \\ii.4 In Manchuria Camp' It "" I 1700, and 1930. Sunday Relied- '
who have ex- Pate was interned at the Muk : ; tiles will be 1130, 1700, and
Sr per iencodrawbittern taste of this den prison camp in :Manchuria for LAST SATUIUlAV was wide-eyed day at NAS when visitors I 93\\). ItasUetball! fan will bo

war, they have an outlook towardsthe two years and 10 months. He was came aboard to "oh" and "ah" at the displayed planes, training de- glad to hear that the floor hat .*<'(

Navy that might surprise some taken prisoner in the Philippinesand vices, and processes used by tho United States Navy in helping to l een sanded and refinished, too, .,' i
who think the number one objective reached Mukden on Armistice win the war. Some of the Navy boys were a little wide-eyed, too, as In preparation for the .fteaon'i\ '
at preaent is a discharge Both Continued on I'ttge/ Seven they gazed at the displays and remembered South Pacific: actions. opening gam. 4"-'",-f'
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Two JAX AIR NEWS 1 November: 1945
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. ROME BASE BEST PART OF NAVY
Synthetic Devices Program Is



Observed By South AmericanA !



representation of the Americas "Good Neighbor" policy M1

was seen here during the past week when a group of lira _

.JL zilian officers visited NAS Jax to obtain ideas for syntheti*c _- .

iL\ devices training which they will conduct at the Brazil Aeronautical

i Academy! .!in llio_de Janeiro. .
out Brazilian Air ,music Pint-era -- --- ---

and Lt. F. H. Van Ness, USNR Scpafnlinns Hit

k ut PC1N of the Special l D .v Peak JO( O( InIrr
fice of Research" and Inventions,,

Washington, arrived here 20 October I The Personnel" Separation i ii i
Center here hung a new record
up
for a visit to observe the use !
when 631 officer
Tuesday
of synthetic training devices, f In U.S.NAVAL HOSPITAL
and men Mere returned to chit I
the" NAOTC units in this area.
life by the hard-Marking staff.
Their week here is one of Fixw'ks' I II Hy Ruth I. Hall, Kn; ". (N(')
I I The high mark IN( expected
being spent in the" United
In brief held Tuesday -
be surtassed| In the future when a ceremony
States" to gain fiest-hand infoima- I I
the start in a in the Hospital Auditorium
lion of this type training. From j i men pouring a44 morning -
Jacksonville) they go to Memphis result of the lowering of the I Ii I Capt. Robert J. Vaughn,
Lt. Van Ness besides' conducting i I point scores today. Separation I Ii I Executive Officer, on behalf of the

i the Brazilians, also serves as i I Center officials say that they Hospital Personnel presented Capt.
their interpreter since they speak 'can turn out even larger numbers I John J. O'Malley, retiring Commanding
Portuguese I I with their streamlinedprocess t, Officer, with a beautiful

The officers were Capt. Adhc>mar I i' i now running In high Sheffield silver serving tray Capt.
'
Lyrio, in charge who will head the gear. O'Malley" rendered a short farewell
TilE NAVY AS A PEACETIME CAREER seem all right to synthetic; training in the Brazil speech in which he extended his

Robert G. Justus, A('MM; : who this Meek signed over for another academy" ; jCapt.( Helio Alves, who, Served 19 Months heartfelt gratitude to members" of
"hit 1'1," after 10 years of naval senlce. Chief Justus IK shown above with Capt. Lyrio. was the only officer the staff. Best wishes from fill
In a happy home ", (..t'n.11th hit family at 1133-11 Allegheny in thestation of the six to have received I hands, Captain, in forthcoming -
housing area lie came here 2 February for a tour of sea both military training and air Civilian.Cruls, '.your
duty and IN. with Vl'IVi squadron.' JMro. Joshua in from Georgia, and training in the Brazilian academics : As CO Important .

son Robert, Jr., In three and a half years (lid l. The chief has wen ; 1st Lt. Guido :Moa tlab. graduate I On Wednt'tI'da morning, Cap
duty on the carriers Enterprise and \orktown, the battleship West of the first class of the new taro Clarence J. Brown ((1-\\..') USW
"Virginia, the! destroyer llaglej, and the ammunition ships virus and Brazil Aeronautical Academy; 2nd English Hospital I officially assumed the Command of

Nitro--p-, Lts. Lutz Sousa and Ney Helmold, the USNII Jacksonville, Florida In
and Newton Guimares, ASP, who I I Capt. Clarence J. Brown. ".C" i brief ceremonies held in the Com-
1 received their training In the Unit USN, new officer in command of f (' manding Officer's Office in the Administration
Throws :
All
Navy Rates Open ed States as bombardier-nav.\ja- I the Naval Hospital here, served for Building.
I tors. The first three officers are pi 119 months as commanding officer

For Enlistment In ; lots. I I of a naval base hospital in England) New arrivals aboard the station -
Regulars I I Some "good-will" between the that treated thousands of Imasion this week are:

The navy tnrew the floor wide largest. South American country:.: casualties.' Lt. Comdr. Ralph E. Wetzel
open for enlistment or reenlistment urea an unmarried seaman's income anu mis nauon was spread last I I I After leaving Hospital No. 12, MC) L'SNR reporting from the

of men in the regular: Navy is equivalent to a $3,600- Friday night when a coljM-slide.I the only na\'allJatle hospital U.at: Ninth Naval District, and Lt. (j jg).
review I
this week, when the" Secretary of salary in civilian life, because of of Brazil was presented" b)' European area, Capt. Brown was Lucy M. Jurlch NC) USNR reporting -
Lt. Van Ness at the Officers' Club 1 on the staff of the Commander o f.) from
Navy notified! all naval activities; tax exemptions and extras. Gulfport, Missnssippf.Seventeen .
The
4. The Navy man not only visiting officers also Naval Forces in Europe befoiccoming Waves newly arrived
that men in all)) rates could Join I gets j i strated the Samba
the regulars and still hold their 1 medical attention and hospital care. : in-American and demon-I to J ::ksom! 'ille. from Bethesda, Md, have assumed
ratings at time of discharge. for himself but for his dependents. dances, \ "T will try to carry on the good their duties here. May their stay
own collection of '
A Bureau of Personnel circular I I 5. Then there are "extras," such I'I( records work started here by my piedeces- be as enjoyable: as that of their
Ittter as privileges like buying through companiment. sors," Capt. Brown said this week.This predecessors
previously had left only 42 I Some little known facts I
concerning Is the first time in his 28
I
rates' open for enlistment in the Commissary stores low-cost insurance Brazil and its
relief and aid for I people were of naval service that he has Ens.
regular Navy. The new directive" depend- pointed out by Lt. Van Ness in his I years Katherine A. Kane NC),
offers enlistment to many firs I I ents'!, and other things for a pallor's commentary. The only Portuguese I been stationed in this vicinity. "I USNR and Ens. James Cook, US

class and chief ratings not Included I welfaie. language nation in the western' was at Pensacola for a year f in NR were united in marriage on 20

in the circular letter, and hemisphere, Brazil is a 1917-18" he said, "but is the first ,I October at All Saints Chapel.
is expected to increase the number r Jax Official modern state with high progressive stand time I have been to Jacksonville" Chaplain Luther M. Cole performed
changing over from reservesto ards of architecture, Capt. Brown is a native of Wis the dougle ring ceremony
municipal
legulais. Specialist ratings are : Sends Message I planning, culture. In common with cousin, and graduated from the
University, of Wisconsin in 1915.
extepted. its neighboring countries, the peo Detached this week are:
Reserves Enlisting; Following is the text of a message -, pIe possess a highly developed cut I j After attending the 1't'ashingtoUniversity a Lt. Comdr. Earl L. Loftis <( The Discharge office of NAS sent to Captain A. R. Brady Mural and art sense. Elaborate I School of Medicine i in (Si) USNR, and Lt. Comdr. WIlliam -
Jax handling the enlistments and t i by Brown Whatley, President of I flower designs, colorful clothing I \St. Louis, ,he entered the Navy 1 in I F. Green (MC) USNR who

teenhstments of USN men, said I the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce 1 and modern, functional appearance I 1917. i were released to the Separation
that between eight: and 10 men a concerning the Navy's part of dwellings and public buildings The medical officer has served I Center at Mainside for release ton
week have been changing from in the Fifth Anniversary ( are among the first Impressions' :at various naval hospitals and o I inactive duty.

leserve status to regular Navy. I tion held in Jacksonville ]'elebra-j that a newcomer" to Brazil receives I hospital ships. He was a medical
This number will ber. < inspector!' during the Haitian campaign U. ( )
be" stepped up I : Ijg Stuart L. Joslin tMC),
because of options offered for two, ""'e heartily appreciated Under the sustained support of ] and also raw service at (VGUSNR) was detached on 24
three, four or six-year enlistments fine effort put forward by the President Vargas, Brazil has taken I naval hospitals at Guam and Panama I October and will proceed to Boston -

combined with all rates I Navy in the parade marking the great strides forward as a nation Mass., for duty aboard the ,
open' for reenlistment, the office i Fifth Anniversary of NAS and in and a world power, Lt. Van When the present emergency began USS Merak.
paid. I I all related activities having to do Ness aaid. Great training schools Capt. Brown was stationedat Lt. Margaret A. Roberts (NC)

More officers have been apply :I, with the celebration The concerted have been built for army, navy and San Diego. He was Executive USNR, Lt. Eleanor E. Maguire
ing for enlistment in the regulars showing made by the units un- aviation trainees. The Brazilian e Officer of the naval hospital at (NC) USNR, Lt. Catherine U.

than have enlisted men. according der your Command; together with Air Force is separate from the I Philadelphia: before going oversea Deegan (NC) USNR, and Lt. (Ijg),
to comparative reports. Officers'Records the parade entries sent by the Naval army and naand it is in the to the Important base hospital in i i Wilhelmina" C. Stone (NC) USNJl

of NAS Jax reported thata Air Technical Training Center Aeronautical Academy that the England. have been detached and sent to
"number of officers are wanting the Naval Hospital, and satellite Brazilian officers will instruct synthetic T- JSt> _< Separation Centers nearest their,
to stay in the Navy" and that several fields, resulted" in a colorful training device courses. VATICAN JAILS NAZIS Ii homes for release to inactive duty.

a day are applying. I|I parade which will live long in the ) During World War II Brazilian Rome (CNS)._ A German soldier Completing their tour of duty at
Some" i memories of the Jacksonville citi units fought side by side with the the hospital here,
men are receiving a discharge | << who nad been interned" in the twenty Waves
getting a taste of civilian zens. / United" Nations in the gruelling Vatican City was sentenced to 6 will be sent on 1 November to
life for a few days' and coming "Our unbounded pride in our Italian campaign. Brazil has also I months imprisonment "in the their respective" Personnel Separa
tack in, according to enlistment Navy and our keen appreciation been visited by many of our pilots name of His Holiness Pius XII lion Centers for release to Civilian)
if-ports. The recruiting" station in for the Jacksonville station reached who stopped there along the ferry I for slugging a pontifical gendarme life. -
Jacksonville] said about one-a-day a new high during the anniversary route to Africa. I -I j I

are coming in to enlist after hav- celebration." NURSES COME ,
ONE
.In....... h.L........". vu."+ a n ,.,,...,,,,_.. u lIlII"__, x- BRAZILIANS OBSERVE OUR METHODS COME ALL The Wa1'1' h..I:

(,0 Out in Old Hate 'Dodson's Shows issued a challenge for a little competition -

In announcing all rates being I in basketball The
y
open, the Navy at the" same time k' courts are completed and ready for
said discharges henceforth would .Opening TodayBeginning I i > h use and the Waves are anxious to
be effected" in permanent rates f:: get started" in their league .
only. However, men who reenlist today, and continuing p r-\ They are boasting that they games.would
will be advanced to their former called for the next 11 days, a carnival sa like their first kill to be the

temporary rates effected as of the "Dodson's World's Fall'Shows" nurses. So you women in
date immediately following the will exhibit its thrills and white" let's take this challenge
date of chills at the Northeast Florida and begin the
discharge.! I fight May we
In addition to the specialist ratings State Fair Grounds. I have as much fun with Basketball
being: excepted from those i I During the 1-11 November engagement as we did with Softball.

open to enlistment, construction the show will be sponsored

battalion and ship repair ratings : by the local chapter of Disabled All Waves interested'! in
Golf In
are also closed. But all other American Veterans, with a struction niay+ receive same"
rates' are open to men found in all series of special events planned. I I lIng to the Golf Links at Mainsido by go-
respects qualified. There will be no gate-charge for each '
Wednesday
Instructions governing: enlistment 1 i members of the Navy on the open- I! morning.

or reenlistment of Seabee" l ing day, and tomorrow 2 November I, The Camel Hour
personnel in the regular Navy will i the same oourtesy will be ex r I aboard the VMS New Program htld
York
toe given later. No provision will : tended to wearers of the Army I York City, on 23 October New
be made for specialist and ship repair "- uniform. On Saturday, all schoolchildren 1 ing their "DUFFLE are cend1 .
BAG"
ratings in post war ratings. under the age of 17 will thousand of five
be admitted free. I I cigarettes to the patients
Booklet Distributed i Thursday 8 No- at the Jacksonville
To encourage: the selection of ;i vemter has been set aside by the tal, Naval Hospi

< "the Navy as a peacetime career management for an "All-negro)) Day
I ," a booklet by that name" has of Fun and Frolic from 10 am in
been distributed. Some things I the morning until You Are To I I On 30 October 1045.' the Navy

r.. cited in the booklet are: tired To Have Fun especial t Mother's Club, of which Mr, Lucille -.

1. The Navy in only for men spelling and capital letters by ( gIVe Williams is president will) .
who like the Navy and the satisfaction I I courtesy of an advance publicity tients a Hallowe'en party to the pa-
'f it affords flier sent out by the managementof be played on Ward and A-6. Games will

2. Many young men who are the gigantic Dodson's World' be served. refreshments will
;: now getting valuable I Fair Shows) -
experience(
SIX BRAZILIAN A IK FORCE OFFICERS ,
spent last Meeklxitlng
if' and training in the" Navy favor one I -- 'class \ NAOTC stations in this area a* part of a Held training I Mrs. May Scott
A well known
postwar "hitch" that will enable special for four weeks'training course to prepare them for synthetic training devices work in the from pianist -
i, them to get theireet on the in administering oxygen lira/ilian Aeronautical" I Jacksonville, will) come
I Academy, Shown above at WAS Jax are., each
1,, ground while business goes I came to NAS Jax Monday from (left to right) 2nd Lt. Ney Jlelmold, Chief Machinist. \\'. Heard I to play Wednesday afternoon at 1400
popular music and
through an inevitable period of NAOTC stations in this area. of NAOT(.', Capt. Hello I\I\C'I'I', Jut Lt. Guido Moassan, ASP Newton numbers request
,
"IiI............ adjustment and settling down Thirteen officers will receive the for the patients. Those
...... 1'-1' fulmarea, Lf. F. II. Van fleas of Washington, Cpt. Adh4>mar Lyrio, patient who cannot be and
lowing the war. training at NAS Dispensary underth Lt. ,II. I. Witte, Jr., NAOTC synthetic device officer, and Lt. Lull I about will really)) enjoy this up enter
3. .
Barren's
financial weekly -ection of Lt. N. Brown. Son**. talnment.Page .

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1 November, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three<




Aviation Enlisted ProgramFor Men 7tY THE 00 D IS 1 MIGHTY MAN .. ''I


.....__uo.-.... ..4_>!N'II' tit ,

Will Begin Soon L a

Application are now being accepted : i ,
[
from qualified enlisted personnel yBy I
for selection for the third rlrt

paratory Program scheduled. .
M 3 : '
r .
convene on or about 1 March 1916. -
the Station Educational Office announced i

this week. j };n... K.; E. Manly (W) I r b*
Enlisted men will be chosen from r ,
I We've received no casualty reports
the ranks of both the Regular
to date as far as the activities
Navy and the Naval Reserve, except
of this past week are concerned
that after completion of the
but with the combination of
college training provided under r
'
NAVY DAY and HALLOWE'ENthis
I
the program and upon reporting month has ended In
a whing-
to a Navy pre-flight school, USN \
dins manner.
men will be required to enlist in I .
the Naval Reserve in order to be Hallowe'en produced some minor
I problems for those of us who've
transferred to the grade of Aviation .
Cadet which was establishedby been accustomed to such celebrations .

law as a special enlisted grade : accompanied by big yellow 4
in the Naval Reserve only. I Harvest moons on clear cold nights -

Those selected under the program -I with the genial James Whitcomb ,
will be assigned! to college I Riley atmosphere prevailing. But
training for from one to four academic : with the feminine knack of make
terms, depending upon each I ing the best of things the buildingsin

student's prior college training, if the WAVE area managed to t
any A student who falls at any I assume quite the festive air and a
nine: below required standards in certain spirited look on Tuesday
iw
i I and Wednesday; ightswhtt.tw thI
scholarship conduct, physical fitness I
or aptitude for officer-can I occasional grinning jacko'lanterns -
didate training will be returned to I peering from windows and a
general duty. few cardboard skeletons swinging
S From the time of selection for I from the barracks walls Most ot

the NAPP until transfer to the the inmates weren't equipped with
grade of aviation cadet the stu- I the whete-with-all to don false-
dent will carry the rate of appren- I faces and fancy costume so they
tice seaman II Just haunted the barracks in modifications i
Every applicant must meet the I of active sports gear. It --- ----
following requirements, and no I seems that some gals renewed the
waivers! of any kind will be cons old "visiting" custom and wandered ( w., www..www.w, .,wriw ea.aaaaaan'
s ?red : about the buildings depleting
{..etterai1. l-.. the larders of their wellprovisioned -
B- a flints' eititfu of the United friends but then that's an
MltlM. I
:2. B Iran .. old WAVE custom not necessarily -
than M y r. of age on 1
Murrh 1 ItfU limited to this season. A super-
:%. Bft umimrnwl and| agree tn r..m.lnunm..ri. I sized orchid should go to the
.... until luinniiMiunoil. unit's separated WAVE Welfare and Recreation
fiom tilproitrnni' I
1. agree ,to rh,nmIn, rttinifo .|>- personnel for planning the entertainment -
preen.arsmsn.. Wednesday night. The
I
5. Ii..n active ilpty .> in enlisted, I picnic chow was good, the music '
nmn in my 11 Jin or rating In the Navyor
Naval| Kciirrv"i was mellow the floor show was taM ?ys,
< Bo rminimcn.l-.l by hm commandIn fancy and the bingo games .
officer .i.. IK-IHK i put-ntisl l officer nmtniil. Bingo!

-r Academic I WOQ went rural with Spanish
I. H" a high .10..1 l graduate. ((way diplomas I moss and pumpkin stalks adorn
(ran .inn-M-d.' high iwhooln areaect.teblet ing the corners of the quarterdecks I
) nr have been accepted for or
In attend.inro at mi accredited' college or I and black tats and bats
university Mum have romplt-led courses (thick paper ones, natch! ) decor- I II
in |plan* (.'......'try nn arhonl or college, other courses in nmth
niKtira or ;phyaica: art' highly desirable.Y. .1 I Tuesday night. The "Separation 3 't
:. Have nuwl th* CftMtei al ( iHftiificiitliHi I Center" was the feature of the e ,t 9v \
'Irat with n .iili.fm.'tory core.Anlilud ask who
*... evening Ago on. anybody
I. Attain the follow:UK minimum grades, was there, thej'd love to tell you
.n the Aviationi; "tilu.l.. 1'.11: about III) and one WAVE did a fine
Aviation ('",...ifi."tiun lwrt.-rhnnicnl of The loudest
... job palm-reading.
M 1 I umiiihinxioii TniC.Might .
.AltitunK, .limit-.-IIl I shriek as usual tame when overenthusiastic ;
hyiral-.. guests got over-ambi nt
1. Height.--min.ntom; nf 6< Inihei. tious and thoroughly dunked _
Z. We."ilt.-i" i prot...rtion to height:
fur 17-y.'nr..il.l applicants. a minimum of ,I themselves apple-bobbing.
lit '''''11I.1.. for applirsnta who have NAVY DAY, too came and
reached hair IH'h biithdny. a minimum I with
went a maximum of excitement
... of I liO ,........1.. if otherwise healthy .nr|
well nVvrlopeil. Hoarseness was prevalent at
1. 'I.-th.-11 avant. vital teeth with the barracks Sunday as the resultof
litvn\ .i two nnUr in functional onluinKMiiiiC too much screaming at the
.i..n snit 'hot 1110..a I list four i inriaorn ,,
which. ii- i it nf ait.inly, r.I..I.l game. Much laughter resulted in
:' This program! is the only one the le-telhng and re-acting the antics
'. under which general service enlisted of one of the drum majorettes,
men on active duty in the naval and everybody had a word of lwa ly' ?' .max
r service (other than officer candidates I praise for the excellent drilling of IX THE PICTURE AT TOP Tilt; POCR PKKMXKNT: OPFICEK:* OF TIn: DAY JKT: TO-
) may currently apply for the WAVE platoon. Their column- OF/niKK: : HUt THE I'HOTOOKAPIIKR.: You can tell that the photographer is present because they
flight training lefts and bj-the-right flanks, and have that relaxed look, Reading from left to right. Lieut. E E. Perkey Lieut. V. H. Rambo. Lt. Comdr.
All applicants foeHhe Naval AvIation all the other intricate maneuversof H Saunders, and Lieut. J. V. Slade. In the group picture, the same four men pose with their staff on
Preparatory Program must their display should have the steps of tne Administration Building. In the front low left to right : K. J. Johnson YJC: V. A.
agree to remain on active duty for brought pleasure to even the I Bouty, S2c; the four officers: Mary L. AlcGrew Y3c; and Ruth Vogt S2c. In the second row: K. 1'
I: ., four years when they become aviation toughest Marine drill sergeant Lanford, S2c; R. Wilson, S2c; J. W. Walker S2c Chief Boatswain W. F. Lohman E. L. Cole S2c, R. D,
cadets, including the period Some of the participants were I, Bledso, S2c, D. C. Apderson, S2c: and C: M. Peterson S2c. In the third row: R. W. Stacey, A. H.
undergoing training as such, Unless heard to audibly wonder during I! Ferryman F. Nast P. A. Lawton and J. S. Kurmy. all Sic. In the back row: K. W Berry, R. H. Young, .
sooner released by the Navy. the week of intensive practice that ;and A. L. Zimmerman all S2c.
Deadline for applications at the preceded the 27th. if it would ever --- --- -
Educational Office located in be possible to walk again without
Bldg. 951.) topside Is 1 December Continued on Page The Officer Of The Day Billet Offers Daily

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IT'S AN OLD STORY- I Diet Of Chills Thrills Spills Excitement
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illllii'ill "'f'/o.\;."" llii __ ,

Its generally understood H. Rambo Lt. E E Perkev.. and upon to process the ordeis an,i
throughout the United States Navy Lt. J. V. Slade are the permanent leave papers presented by officer
that the posts of Officer of the holders of the OOD post and as and enlisted personnel and to .issue -
Deck aboard ship and Officer ot such they inherit the tradition of I emergent orders for requests:
the Day ashore are hot .spot the office. Assisted by Chief Boat- presented at night after investigation ,-
Heies the final resting place )f all swain W. F Lohman and duty by American Red Cross
that responsibility that floats sections of six enlisted personnel l Serving: as part-time transportation -

around waiting for somebody to composed of two WAVES. two officei, the OOD dispatchesbuses
I| assume it, and here's the '.pl.1'I e messengers, and two drivers the to meet incoming drafts of
,I where the bag is held. permanent OOD's stand an eight- enlisted men at railroad terminus

a1 c i The billet of Officer of the Day hour watch each day. either morning points and provides limited on-sta-
11 "eh ;I at NAS lives up to all its expectations evening, or night with two I tion service to personnel for move
t i The four permanent OOD's days of liberty each eight days. A ment of baggage and personal effects -
and 32 enlisted men and WAVES senior watch officer is on duty using! one of the two station
'. each 24 hours, an assistant OODis and truck
who make up the four duly sections wagons one assigned to
that stand watches the clock on during each watch section I the office. The second station

around every day In the weal l; have and all hands must be prepared to wagon is kept in constant readiness
long since learned to oe antaz-..lat act as an information bureau and for the OOD's use in the event
t\ nothing. And the same attitude as a representative of the Executive of fire at which time he is required -
; characterizes" the 24 officers who Officer in all routine matters I to proceed to the scene of \I

stand senior duty officer watch! and especially during the hours be- the fire and supervise flre-t ghtlng 'I l
the 9'1: officers who fill the job of tween 1600 and 0800. I activity \

Assistant Officer of the Day on a ., NAS (Carrie. Load >II UI..dl'lIn/try| Duties' .J.1'
rotating monthly schedule. I Despite the fact that there are I If all other phases of the work 'I

Varied Duties other OOD's on duty at the Naval quiet down, the disciplinary duties
When the telephone rings in that Hospital at :-JA TTCen. at the Separation I of the OOD's department can .I

I. OOD office located just inside the Center at the Marine Bar usually be relied upon to fill in
main entrance of the Administration racks, and at the WAVE barracks / the pauses. Law breakers of all

--- -" Building, the message may the NAS office carries full load of sorts with the exception of traf-
IT'N 01.1) S1'OItV011', BUT ITS 1A1TKMM:l) 10,000 range from a hurry-up request to detail and excitement by virtue of I fic violators are brought to the

,TIMES: .and some day it njay happen to you. Pictured aboVeVlleft\ ) shoot a wounded alligator that has its central position and the fact OOD by Station Police, Marine ;
is Robert I. McKenzie MM It. 10,000th separatee to be processedat managed to crawl into the golf that all calls 1'01'Javal Air Sta- Guard, and Shore Patrol. Between i
the Separation Center here, as he listens to a discussion' of the I course lake to a plaintive demand tion, please" coming from outside the hours of 1600 and 0800, the
U.I. Bill of Rights conducted by Lt. (jg) R. E, Bittle as a part of fl'olla mother in Boston to stop the station automatically are OOD has the authority to mete 1
t
the separation: process. During the course of becoming plain Mr. II the projected elopement of her sail transferred' to the NAS office. out Prtsoner-at-Large penalties or \
V" 11 McKenzie, RFD 2, Jacksonville, the willing victim got a physical or son and his chosen fiance both i Besides answering miscellaneous send the culprit to the Brig until i
heck, plenty of advice about his legal and insurance problems, plenty of whom are presumeJ, t<> OI I and numerous questions concein- morning; when the Personnel Officer .
of attenU'1IIlnd/ a big fat pay-check/ that included J10 of mustering ah<)iird this station ing the station and its personnel will be notified to, make the
out pty Lt.romit' H SaumJ.Ti I.t V. the OOD and his stuff are called (.ttI"f'll! Oil Page :Seven r





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: OVER ONE NATION, ONE CAUSE:-- -==-

Jfl J f\j jjufs __ _. __ _... .m_". $) ffft
<""('.:1.......:". 't.,,'i,; ""', apriiin !
Editorial Office ,
Office of t'ublic Information, Room 221 "$' ., :Nc Ss onclVieuis f ram station
Administration Annex, Bide. D34.Telephone
Extension: 8542LU

umdr. Jam. t'. Kelly. IJ.SK.! Editor ,
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The JAA AIR :Nh\V& i. puun>n/d \\,1.1) ilL the U. S
Phial Air SUUon. Jaikionvllle: / F lot Ida, by the Office olI'ubllc
/ Infoiinutlon at no expense to the coxeinmenl and incompliant I CHAPLAIN JOHN A. CRAIG
with Seinav Circular Letter 4"\l6:\: 28 May 1W5I'tpiM II
me dlstitouted I tree of charge at the Nasal Alt I I Henry Van Dyke has expressed several M
Motion; the saval Air' technical, Training Center, the
Jfudiiuariri ol the Naval' Air Operational| Training Command II I truths in these six lines of poetry :
Natal Auxlllaty/ Air Station: Green Cote Spilng, great
Naval Auxiliary Alt Station' Cecil Field, the N'axal I All I- Four things a man must learn to do
Uunneik S.houl. the U. S. Naval Hospital, the Naval AuxDJaiy I I
Air station Municipal No 1, ana the Natal: Au\lilui> I, If he would make his record true ;
.,(Alt :Mtttion, MillOll.\ I To think without confusion clearly

ttar Admiral Ralph E. lJa\llOn, USN To live his fellow-men sincerely ;
'. ., .
( .i. of NHVH! Air Advanced Training
To act from honest motives purely ;

Captain Anthony R. Brady USNConimjnuing : To trust in God and Heaven securely.And .
Officer
Jtckkonvtll Natal Air button I it is the first truth, "The thinking
I
Captain bid N, Taylor USN .,.tl/tM res. a without confusion clearly" that is perhapsthe
LoninidiiiSing: OillcerNaval
Air ethnical: lialnlng/ Center hardest (Heal thinking is hard work.
'
CMUln Claimer :J. Hro..nMC. ) CfrK. Thinking without confusion is very hard
Commanding Udicer
U. S. Naval 1 Hospital work. It is so easy to let others do our

Colonel Martin j. Kelleher, CSMC (Ret.) thinking for us. That was what happened
Commanding Officer
Marine Udiiatk in the Axis countries and we developed a

Commander 1 Edwaia t,. Dolecek, USN Hitler, a Mussolini, and Tojo.

Naval Commanding Air Uunneif Officer School: Another thing that makes "thinking

without confusion clearly" difficult is that
Commander Hank 1. Coibin USN so

I Naval Auxiliary Commanding All station: Officer Uieen Cote SprlnglCommandet / we are bound by customs, traditions, routines .

Huuaid E. Burn L'SN: ____ _..............._.._n and }public) opinion. There are (certain
AuMllai Commanding v AH station.: OfficerNaval Cecil Field" things to which we react almost automatic-

Commander Salem A. \an Every, Jr., L'SN: Money in the BankWith I ally. Our thinking becomes mere rote.
Commanding Offices ,
Jv'hVal Auxlllaiv Alt button.: Municipal No. 1 Perhaps the greatest hindrance to

Commander John B. Huhn t'SNK: the opening of the first Victory Loan Campaign, ,I "thinking without confusion clearly" is gur

Commanding Officer launched throughout the nation last Monday by President prejudices. have race }prejudices religious -
Naval Auxlllaiv All Stations MtyportUeut.
Truman, came the reminder that this country continues: to ', prejudice and political prejudice. \\ e
CoU William 1. Exam, L'SMC (Ret.) condemn the Germans; for that
CommandlnJUll1"er need the support of each one of its citizens. The war is over thinking they
blaring Aviation Detachment: were a super race and then we turn around
I
and won, yes, but the debts an'l l the depleted resources and
The JAX AIR NEUS receiver Camp !Newipaper Service I and think that we are. We are }prejudiced
ImO Ship' Editorial! Association malei Ul. Rcpubllcatlonft the economic dislocations remain.To I against colored( races'e condemn all other
credited matter prohibited without ptrimUitlun of CNS,
War DepMilmenl! ;'OS E. 42nd St., N.'i.C", 01 SEA, \\'asnJniton begin the job of repairing war damage and maintaining religions or churches but our own, regardless -
25. D. C. Republication of other matter,
Except t>>y service pUbl lIllon8. I Is piohlblted any without a peace-time organization, the government must depend of how little \\ e know about. them. 1 have
Krmlssk-n of Editor JAX AIR NE1\5, i known people to vote for titan that
-- -- -- -- upon two sources of revenue; 1. the taxes:: it collects from a they
knew to be but he to their
I a crook, belonged
Armed ServiceThe all sources and '_'. the money it. can borrow, either on a short-
One I political party and they couldn't do other-
term or a long-term basis. In this Victory Loan Drive, the wise. We become like the man who said "E,'

congressional proposal to merge the i government is asking its citizens to lend part of their savings I erybody is crazy except Thee and :Me, and 1

armed forces of the United States and to establish at high interest rates in order that it can continue its sometimes have my douhts about Thee."

one over-all cabinet member for the job of looking after the national welfare. Almost at. the same i Surely, what the world needs is people

new combined department, replacing the time,' comes announcement of drastic cuts in tax levies for who can "think without conl'tiMon clearly." I

piesent: Secretary of War and the Secretaryof the coming year, both for individuals and corporations. I have no fear for our' country or the world
if people \\ ill do tllt'ir and
o\v n thinking
the Xais one that has received many
Reduced to its simplest terms, therefore the proposition think without lonl'u.xion.

column inches: of space in all newspapers and is this: the government has elected to reduce its fixed levyof : *

publications during the past few weeks. taxes, from the payment of which the citizen receives no -

So far as we can judge, the supporters of[I monetary return, and it is now relying upon the citizens to

the move are for it because they believe than: lend money in the form of Victory Bonds, upon which the

a combined armed force would'give greater ,: lender can expect to receive a comparatively high interest 1

administrative economy, would permit rate and does not lose control of the original investment.
!"M It\ f< I.... Hilt ...l :\
patriotism 011lltbILK.R I, IXIJrntmlmit
uniform policies in matters of training, morE'l Seldom can and self-gain be found together, 1 (1"1.1,
but the purchase of Victory Bond is the exception. No |
a rare .
egy, and tactical philsopohy, and would ll7-i' I Id! i "
longer called War Bonds; no longer needed to buy a costly IN' Hilt ., 'r ',l--in 1 -. ,.. [Inn dson J.,
inate wasteful duplication of elim-1 I)< rl'I I i :., M ",, ii' | l i3,1, ,
1
the branches of victory, the 191; Victory Bond drive proceeds will be devoted tw::*> pinulLv; j, s, ;Iij'l, :;; ,,,, ;'hiuiM; 'n 'I!ilv: I.M Small 01 t'hapel..M. hinif.|
tween present our to a far more worthy causethe financing of reconstruction lIMN() >c :,. ".n,,Ii Ho-pildl SPIVI"'t',
service. Opponents of the move take their 1 1045: --HO|> Communion--C h 111 I a I 1H.. A. I'oilei.
and lasting piraihlng,
stand on the grounds! that the merger would peace.Letters .

ntciifice the spirit and pride in special service CaUti.llhellicA Fl :lien )lu.li Hut! a.d. ''UnI.ha" Atee.e.

now maintained uy the members of the to the Editor OK.iO-lolasl.
. I l I OMO-Ma
several: branches ; to force combination of 118.
1100-1oIu.1
Army, Navy, :Marine Corps, and Coast'' 17uoMdseChr.tis.

Guard, they say, would be to ignore the fact Dear Editor: Ate.ue.. 'cience nlt.1 )u.lI. Road ..41 liiemt.gham

that each one is a specialized activity designed 1100( -Small' ('h"I> letter
to editorial
With reference a published on your page recently Later
to do a specialized job. sailor's wife I would like ,Lay !Saint.! : Snallll Chapel, .rur .f )C1U1i. nil
written by a to give a few facts concerning Hirmi.aham.
the "Reception Center." I 1900-Mulu.il meeting do
Since not
we qualify as war "expert
Ihlt
Uclitiuu. srrvk-r tuU .rll.... Hour.wVln .
hlp
ale not watching any ramparts, wouldn't have been visiting' : the Rel'epllolCenter since! the second week it .' J-"m..u' Chapel' ilu l" and Bllmlngham.Tu ; .
I opened, and both my husband and 1 enjoy going theie. We have been I j
recognize an Olympian Oracle it'we saw one da '. ltl: :) 13n-: t
> { haplalne'
and the of Office. NATTC.
made to feel at home given feeling being welcome at all I I '1
and don't own even one cloudy crystal, ball, I times. We were shown around and told about the Center and then "l'.AGS 1.lO-lt1JV-\h"plllhf.! : U1t1ce. ]elbow Water.Ch3plaln .

our editorial judgment on the matter of the I told to enjoy ouiselveef.! There are games to play, leading and writing I!, First 'rhuldav or each month, 1700)'ISJo' 'i OrSecond -
armed services: merger can be classed as material, a powder luom and a snack bar. The Reception Center i is Nut.ve of each $tnutun.:
opinion, only.Here's beautiful but you are told to ue the furniture games, ash trays and Ruon1. N.\\! 101JIOl i t. 163P1SoJ, Reading .
I snack bar at any time you wish. 1 have enjoyed every visit I have Thud 'Uhuiktlj of each. nionlh, 1&}>165). Chapel, JAX
the opinion. Recognizing: the fact I made thel e. Note: Nu service In PHH"nl3r Area.

that the various! services lmv3 built up tradition There ate of course, a few rule, but they sho ildn't bother any
and that it is sometimes true that a body. One of these concerns the snack bar You are asked to remain
highly specialized land or sea force is betterqualified in the snack bar while eating and drinking. The other rule concerns To the Needy
the unifoim of the service peisonnel. They are asked not to wear dungarees
{ to perform specific specialized while visiting for any length of time. There are exceptions to
tasks, we nevertheless believe that the merger this which are: I laIt) they have come to look aiound and see what the r\\.th\' two weeks to go in the station drive
would result in the greatest: good for Center Is for ; I ib) it there isn't enough time to change before goingto to fill its part of the Community War Chest,

the greatest number. We believe that the advantages -I work and they Intend to stay for only a few minutes. All of the the }pressure is on all of us to dig deep. Like
service personnel have understood these rules and have been willing to the American lied: Cross
\ of the combination would outweigh the Community
It seems to me.
the disadvantages for the same reason I cooperate | \\ar Chest depends on voluntary contributions -
at all times for the
There is a hostess on duty purpose of welcoming
that a large corporation) or factory with its !, visitors showing them around and seeing that the JUles ale 1 to keep its activities in funds.: No re-
several departments functioning under one carried out. I think it's a pretty good deal all the way I return is offered ii, the individual contributor

administrative head can do a better job thana I A. MARINE'S1VK.- except the warming ]knowledge that he

group( of small shops attempting to turnout --V- has helped where help i U needed

the same volume of work with varying Dear Editor: Organizations benefiting from funl80!'

methods and varying: equipment.) I feel I should write' you since reading the letter published in the collected \\.ortliwhile organizations thathave
JAX Alit NEWS: concerning the Reception Center. I have been a
The merger would provide advantages ('onstant'hlitor at the Center since It opened on 21 August\ and it has )been investigated and found deserving
other than the saving of administrative ex been a ic-al.joy to me and my husband to have such a lovely placeto I A contribution to the Chest is charity in its I

pense. One of the first !casualties under the I go. I hate always been made! to feel most welcome purest form, where the giver does not ask I

pew order would be the internecine spirit exiling RECEPTION CENTER FAN I for or receive thanks for his gift, and it's a .

i between certain branches of the armed K refreshing! feeling to know that you have

services: all pledged to the same cause. Dear Editor extended a helping hand to those who need:
The alt of Ear Banging" this: station has progressed by leaps
Elimination of jealousy insistence help.)
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upon prerogatives and bounds since the JH;>H quit. I never heard so much loose' talk
: and Pl'otocolrOll III improve the i about everything in the world as I have since everybody quit fighting I Perhaps a better word than "charity" to

['(':le'to.time operation of this country's secu- Fiankly, it all Rives me a f.am in the neck. The big shots, !: go around describe a gift to the Chest would be the
tHy policy, and would be invaluable in time telling ter'tx.doll1t' thty'ie gonna do whe.u they're Chilians, and word "citizenship.'hen an individual recognizes -
the lit tit- shots Mt around and listen. I'm a little shot I guess, but ItxJt.t I
of war, when speed, efficiency, and a central to do about HS well as some of there tr/rt-e-alarm far-bangers his responsibility to fellowcountryt

administration policy are of d{' pt'nttt'j that have sprung up )lately. I men who need what he can give, he has become.
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Three All-Navy Units To



r Entertain Pacific Bases MAINSIDIE


i I 1 1 I Three new all-Navy entertain-
I Instruclors del I ment units are in the first stagesof !
a tour of Pacific bases with WELfARE
/Voisor( \ () shows pointed particularly to the

I ,\vlatio2i Instructors of aircrew I hardest and toughest audiences in _
Hy Jim Anderson Y2o I ant*rnaintenanee personnel the world"'

Question Do you think service I have been commended by I "Drop the Hook," "Broad on the PRESENTS !
personnel would have: been the Deputy Chief of Naval Op Beam" and "Full Speed Ahead"are i
better off In this war If the-' I, f'ratloll4lr! ) for contributing the names of the units, made _
had previously' received a year ,1 to the success of uiivyl, l aviation up entirely of ex-professional entertainers -
mill!ai'j' training? I j :: In this war. and presenting their

J. B, REAVES, ARMlc, Tabor I Vice Admiral: Alltsilier: shows under the sponsorship of the MAINSIDE MOVIES ,
k City, N. C: I'' said In his commendation, "'n Welfare Activity of BuPers I

Sure It would have saved sev- I shouldering tirelessly' the heavy Among the stars are Walter I IHUlNnVY
eral months of training Men I burden of training. you have Scheff, baritone soloist with Fred j "WANDERER OF THE WASTELAND" with James Warren and
i would have known their Job quick- contributed, splendidly and most Waring's show for five years; Ar derer, James Warren searches the west for the killer, is framed for
er. I d(>nt think they would have! i Importantly, to the victory over thur Whittemore and Jack Lowe,j derer, James Warren searches the west for the killed\ is framed for
l been better off physically, but a our enemies" Victor-recording piano team; HI- murder but he forces a confession and takes a bride. Mamside auditorium -
year's training would have cut I, ram Sherman, actor; the Bucca 1300-liOO-1930.
of about six months! to a year': neers, a five-man musical combination r 1'R 11)\Y
Must
that was required after they came' Report .
in "A GAME OF DEATH" with John Loder and Audrey Long The
Others are Billy Ambrose, who
..---. I I Possession OfAutoWeapon has danced before European royalty adventures of three people marooned on a tropical Island inhabited
only by homicidal maniacs. Aud. 1300-1700-1930!
CHESTER JANISZ '
ART3ct ; George O'Leary, formerly of I
Cleveland, Ohio I Olsen and Johnson's "Sons of jsVlUKDVYSUMHYTHE
No. For the simple reason that Fun;" Albert and Robert Char-
I
many took ROTC, in college and I Under the provisions of the National pentier headliner acrobatic team, I SPANISH MAIN" with Paul Henreid, Maureen O'Hara,
schools: but when they were draft : Firearms Act, It is mandatory and Warner Brothers' Jack Edwards Binnie Barnes. The story of a Dutch Merchantman captain, who became -
ed not "two hoots" was given as that certain types of firearms! gagster. I I a pirate after his ship was sunk by the Spaniards. He meets
to the type of previous training. I Scouts of the Navy Liaison Unit, the daughter of the viceroy of Mexico on her way to marry the Viceroy -
I was trained for field artillery and be registered with the Commis- Entertainment Branch, New York I I! of New Granada and seeks her for hid own bride. Auditorium,
S put in the Navy. But I'm for the I sioner of Internal Revenue, Wash- City, visited continental bases to I 1300-1700-1930 Sat. Sun. 1130-1700-1930.

".....t military training program ington, D. C. Violation of any recruit talent, while other entertainers !
I I were called back from ships (() n.\Y
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Mass W.: F. REAGAN, S2c. Woburn. penalty of a fine, not to exceed I and being overseas prepared bases.In New New shows York,are to I! "SHE WENT TO THE RACES." A sprightly comedy about <\,
!, young woman scientist and her associates who devise a system to beat
$2,000, or Imprisonment, not to exceed follow the ones now on tour
Very mucu would
it have
I so. I the races. Frances! Gifford and James Craig are, starred. Auditorium
been much better to have been fit five years, or both Failure to x 1300-1700-1930

ted for military service and have register a firearm of the types! I TtTJoSn.Ynu: ;SD.\Y
some: knowledge of what you are I mentioned in the Act or transfer White Caps
going into before entering. It I' "PARIS UNDERGROUND," with Constance Bennett and Gracie!
makes a big difference to have a of such a firearm without paymentof Continued from Page Three Fields The story <>l two women who stay in Paris during the Nazis
young fellow started out right. the $200 tax Is considered a violation unconsciously executing right occupation and smuggle allied fliers out of the country. Maiuside auditorium -
I obliques every now and then. Some '
1300-1700-1930\ t' '
G E HOLMES even took advantage of a duty-
Cpl (Getting
Persons this
in area having in
free Saturday and the general
discharge)I. Jacksonville. ) their '
possession arms answering
house to have a quick look-
Definitely. I have open
been an in-
the listed should
description report -
I see at some of the spots that were STUDENT OFFICERS
fintiy man myself and what I the fact to W. L. Cetzen. 438 _
didn't knowwell, I would have' missed during the usual daily tour
Post Office
Building. P O. Box I
;
of and it wasn't unusual to
duty,
been benefitted and
better prepared -: 4999, Jacksonville I PHSIUnun. V
if I'd had had previous I see WAVE uniforms minglingwith
training. Such would have cut the I the "civvies" in the crowdsof PARIS UNDERGROUND:' Constance Bennett, 193)!
war shorter about a year and a'' interested spectators around (NO MUMK VUIUV' )
hilf Capt. Askin New the planes parked at tlje hangarsor .

.__ I at the displays being shown. in SUND\Y
BCD. ALBERTS, Ylc, St. Dental Officer various buildings. "A GAME OF DEATH" with John Loder, Aurey Long 193)'
Somehow we get the general "
Louis, Mo.
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\lOS1) -T\TJoSU.\
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Im much I Capt. Robert M Askin DC feeling that, eager though we are :'
would 'rather very await prejudiced yeoman being and USN, has relieved Capt. Larry J\\ for our pin and papers, we'll miss 'THE SPANISH MAIN," with Paul Henreid, Maureen OHira, ,i

"unfrozen before answering, 1 Dupuy, who la being released from I all the activity and advantages to: 1930 tt'E1)NESDAY"SHE :
could answer better when I am In'' avtlive duty as senior dental officer -: which we've grown accustomed I \
civilian life. of the NAS Jax medical de more than somewhat, and we'II WENT TO THE RACES" with James Craig and Frances

______ I partment.Capt. -I probably bore our friends and fam': Gifford 1930' .
A F. DUBERTINE, S2c, North Askin, whose home is ily for months with our everlastIng -i
Adams, Mass North Hollywood, Caht, came here comment of, Well, when.. I
from San in the NAVY OTHER EVENTS
?e-; No. It has been proven t>>. t men Diego. was weSHE'S
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adapt themselves in a shot time -
Hose who had four to 10 weeks BOXING For Information regarding workouts, call Lt Rubin,
HEAVEN ON A BEACH
,- of boot camp, did as much in this ) Extension 593 01 report to Mamstde Mat after 1500' .
..... .. ] !i<__ _
r' war as the guys with two or three s>111y1111Officers. _at :Student utncets root ana utncers
r years training I believe they can Club Pool from 0800 to 2200 daily Enlidted pools 1 & Mamslde front
learn things just as quicklv 0800: to 2100 daily.BOWLING .

Six alleys located in Malnside Recreation Building
: N.J.Y,V. KDONE. bCU Catskill, No 3, Alleys are open from 1000' to 2100 Monday through Saturday and
te 1200 to 2100 on Sunday. Instruction available by appointment.
I believe
so. It would have t
shortened the war a great deal, GOI.ICourse open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday
r4 saved more lives and more money and 0300 to :2030 on huniaGolf; clubs and balls are available at Golf
Training gives young fellows a House Free instruction to; Naval personnel by appointment, call extension -
chance for self respect that par- 8157 Bathing trunks prohibited on golf course.

ents can't give. They have the ANCIIOltldK Open daily to enlisted personnel (with Liberty
chance to (jet out and see some of + Cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason
<< the world Held
especially the small '
town boys \r 'fC SIS Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-

i ing Building No. 726 and equipment looms at Building\ No 3 and on ..
F. A. LOWS ARM I!', Oklahoma the Mat Area (corner of Mustin and Yorktown Roads: I
City, Okla
ICKKP1IO CKNTFR The Reception Center located in south
Other
ing than people I, and had I no believe more train.they wing of building No 9'i'S; : Is open to N,A i>, personnel and their guests:
fioiii 1000 to 2200 daily
adapted themselves, but I had
r Home training before coming in BTINOM) s.\ll.Isn Call extension\ 623, Yard Craft BuilJ- '

and have adapted myself slowly, 1a cer, for Information
t I.IIUC.\KY Located on second uelk of Mainside Recreation Buil Ling -

L. E. BROVAN, fe2i. Eau Clair No 3. Openfrom 0800 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and front
WU 1200 to 2100 on Sunday.

Sometimes I think so and some. PICVirs Athletic gear available for picnics in Welfare Orme.
' time I don. As far as the war building No 3.FISIIING "<

goes it would have been better for .Fresh water casting rods: salt water and fresh water
previous training But I'm not so hand lines available in the Welfare Office, Building No 3OLLK1BVLL f'
much for training during
peace
\' VmilNTON, TOLCII OOIBILL.. Officer
time, 1 think boys should have per- "
chance to grow up and live while a sonnel previously scheduled tor sports in the Auditorium are requestedto
they c can meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized activities,
Mainside Auditorium\ will be secured for re-l.I coratlng until further
notice s.
R. E IVEY, Cpl ( Being discharged .
), Jacksonville 1'X'UUSIUS: Silver Springs tickets are available In the Welfare
_:" Yes It gives men an under Office before 1200 on Friday. Cost of tickets is $2!8 S round trip. Buses
-1 standing of military life and what leave Main gate at 08o9\ Sunday and return to the Air Station at approximately

they can expect. I fed it keeps the 2200. .

nation' itself better prepared towage w.. WAVES WEEKLY PROGRAM ..
war when the need arhes
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Waves Field I Hockey Practice, 1700; Waves: Athletic Field, Bldg.
: /{(.pot'I ( muifjc l. 720 t"

; 1'KIDU :
) our DmlJinm)i / / '
.t Sam as Thuisdav Field Hockey practice, 170)' .
If you do not join flit Reserves x t sniunu
after discharge be
your Mainside[ Dance Auditorium 2030.2:M). Cke,1
sure to import to the local: draft ,
hull: that you have l been disHurijul ST U.\\ I

'IhU must be done l 111 I Pop Concert Wave Club Bldg. 612, 13).), Guests invited, requests -

days after discharge allure appreciated. ,
, tn register (or to report, ('liange :MONDAY: '

'r, of aJ,drew) Is a federal offense. 4 s '' Movie, "IT HAPPENED TOMORROW," Dick Powell, Jack Oakie,
If you hu\'' prevlouslv' re,{. s > Linda: Darnell 1900 Waves Galley, Refreshment! guests invited
Mered und (mini U ills .
jour '
: 1'SU\'' : \
t. Cant write and tell them when
,, and where you were discharged( Basketball, Barracks competition Waves Athletic Mat, BIJg 720,

address where can bereached t701)'I'n
the you I : :sV\' ,
serial, servheor
file number and jour, If not pretiou.1y I- '" heath tlajs Intt'rt'uph'lht'u r>hn Is. talUul buck\. >>V M.(J-.M to stage .invited '
'In registered you 10 must heal report lYoii An Iteaukifiil.\ litit wllli those iiippish fall ctlyaIpere;( Try-out practices for 'Waves Varaity Basketball teti 1\. '1700 Waves
per sou any everyone's' swim lrlinkrsyrahuiug, l with inotli bulls. (Mont 11I"I I Athletic Mat. ,
board! and be registered.t
-' /rt ..."1".... we'll still g..tII m ups). Craft shop open daily, 1000-2130, Eld,*. 720, Room 100-101)).


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I Fliers Rated No. 1 Service Team .





I. HU&SINGER .ON .PROWL AGAINST :p. ::.- ''Big Victory Over Amphibs Puts '1




Unbeaten NAS Eleven On Top ., )

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By Ralph Warner, SpX)3c( ) r ''t,

l) t The 10,000 or so sailors who turn out for every home
Naval Air Station Fliers have been :
of the Jacksonville
u ,e ) enjoying game a treat offered at no other camp, station or postin I

the country.
i They've been watching: the nation's No. 1 service team

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I In ac UVI"This
fact was first suspectedback :
L on 6 October when the Fliers I Pierce by 26 to 12. The AFFTC >1"
smashed a good Corpus Christi! Skymasters were knocked off 4
club, 35 to 7. for their third their unbeaten pedestal last Sun-
straight victory day. Previously AAFTC edged Ft. ,
It was decisively confirmed and Pierce, 19 to 7, in a game in which '
entered on the books for all' to see passing Johnny Lujack, the Am-
last Saturday at the Jax: stadium phibs' 'offense," wasn't present
1 when the all-victorious NAS elev- That leaves Fleet City, and while
en pinned a 35 to 7 crusher on the the undefeated California eleven '
CllAKLE\ (CHUCK) lIUfsSINGEK, speed demon Filer halfback rips I touted Ft. Pierce Amphibs boasts a host of stars and has
ter of the NAS-tit Pierce game Saturday at the stadium, which the Fliers \ It was! the sixth I t'onset'ut helopsided come through a rough schedule so
I Morvd 1 one!: touchdown and in-t up another on a pass Interception. Ft. triumph for the Mien, far, its overall record i is not an .
uixiMin in foreground, Tackle Tom Parry, Iso. 28, and End Jim Kietzman, > nho along with the Fleet City impressive as the sensational triumphs ;
eleven of Shoemaker, Calif., are recorded by the Fliers. ",!

I Golf Mig/ifs Go 1 1 the untied only service major. team undefeated in the V.and S. Coach Jim Tatum's high scot ing .1
Kelldivers five to
Play I Before last Saturday's game, the gridders have games go
I Info Final PlnThe / \' : Fliers were rated fourth behind and three of them will be plenty; ,
: I Fleet City, the Army Air Force rough. Ft. Benning ponderous i \s'
final round of the All- ]
Win '
2000 eleven offers the
star-studded :
; Fliers At I
/ Training Command (Randolph d"
Station Golf Tournament, sponsored main threat to the Fliers' perfect '::.;f;
Field) of Ft. Worth, and the Third
Hj raul Crosby, i Sp.i)3eThe I by the NAS and NAATOPhysical I'I'r Lt : I'I Air Force of Tampa record, and the return game with t"
Training Departments, "
NAB filers softball ten is Mated for this Meek and by six-man I The Tampa team has lost to FtBenning Continued on Page Seven { }
tails into action tonight under the the week-end the champions ing -
tle in
lights at the Powerp ant diamond should be crowned.In .
when they engage the Cecil Field both the officers' and the tion nine Menaces Flier Record
Helldivers in a Hood-light affair. EM divisions there will be a 'I"'I"the "
The game is slated for 2000. champ from each of three officers'
On the hill for the Fliers will flights. Pairings for the championship not be
be Sambo Sams, Coach Charley rounds follow: came His NAS eleven may be ranked the top service team in

Gehringei "master' moundsman. OFFICERS FLIGIIIS-Lt. ernecks. country, but that doesn't prevent Coach Jim Tatum from ,r'*,.
The clever whiff-king has recorded Carl Jonson vs Ens. W. }'. ,jtod- Play worrying about this week's opponent, the giant Ft. Benning ;i! i
an impressive figure in the en; Lt. S. J. Kona vs. Lt. J. L. will Doughboys, who will be met there Sunday afternoon. "f':
strikeout column, and his averageper I Smith; Lt. S. K. Epler vs !..t. A&R -
game hovers around fifteen. Comdr. T. II. Thorson. with And apparently the Flier head Russ Craft, halfback speedster. :{
In the sixteen.inning win he EM FLIGHTS G. B. Wolfe .- coach has cause to worry about t.:
Other stars on the veteran-
hurled over Mayport last week, vs. E. D. Stewart; D. C. Swee- each this one. :Man the for man and rate poundfor studded Benning club include Dick ;.i I
Douhboys as
pound
Sams fanned 22 batters, and remained -
Is!. II. wins
undefeated in the NAOi ney vs D. O. MatGregor; the toughest foe yet encountered McPhee, former University of
O'Donnell vs D. D. Singleton. teams by the all-triumphant NAS team. Georgia fullback, and Dick Weber J
league play. the Six: former pro gridders, an all- an ace passer from St. Louis U. 'jI ,
Gets Timely lilt upon American from Kentucky'and two Benning lost its first game of the J r
With one away in the first of Two Sports Will Inflicted Alabama "greats" are members of season to the AAFTC Skymaste ,f ,
the sixteenth Allred walked and POW the Benning eleven, which has wpn of Ft. Worth. 27 to 0, but came .'
was sacrificed to second by catcher Start Next Week league three games, lost one and tied one. back to defeat Great Lakes, 21 to
Wall. Shortstop John Chitty a The highlight of the Doughboys'record 12; Keesler Field, 26 to 7; and Ft.
came through with a single to left Lt. Comdr. Van Bibber can be in the is a 21 to 12 victory over McClellan, 21 to 6. A return game
scoring Allred, and completingthe Sports Program Director, has ask- Great Lakes. with Keesler Field ended in a
scoring against the Mayport ed for Athletic Officers of the va- tailor The half dozen play-for-pay scoreless tie.Against .
outfit. Sams then blanked the home rious squadrons and units to get ream( gridders are End Monk Edwardsof the experienced and
team in their half to ice the game, in touch with him concerning the Mtxmi the New York Giants, Tackle heavy Doughboys the Fliers will
10. coming basketball and volleyball lib Ol> Hank Goodman and End :Mike match their line, which has not
Clutch flitting of Catcher Wall leagues which he hopes will begin \PB Spann of the Detroit Lions, Back been outplayed this season, and a r
gave the Fliers a 1 to 0 triumphover for officers next week. Moose Cenci and Guard Tom Har- host of fine backfield speedsters.
Lake City here last Thurs- Officers teams will be represented (( grave of the Brooklyn Tigers, and One sad note in the Flier camp is
day, when he drove Cox: in from in the Admiral's Cup competition Team Back Norm Rushton of the Wil- the loss of Tackle Leo Akin, who
third in the seventh inning.A in both sports. Schedules and AQR mington Clippers.The has starred in every game he ha*
game at Beaufort was sched- rules for play will be arranged by T-4 Mtoru Kentucky All-American is played for NAS. Akin, formerly of
uled for this past Tuesday. The the second week of November. VPB 250-pound Clyde Johnson, one of the Chicago Bears, received an
South Carolina team boasts a Lt. Comdr.Van Bibber can be Public the best tackles-in the country, ankle injury in the Fliers' win
strong lineup, and is coached by reached by dialing either 593, or US Main : while the Alabama duo are George over the Ft. Pierce Navy eleven
Morris Katz, former Cecil Fielc 8381; or by stopping at the P. T. Supply Hecht a 230-pound guard, and last week.
building, 726.
manager.
Next Tuesday the Fliers move -X-- Team

over counter.which to tied Lee them Field in to meet the first a team en- NAS Racket Men O&G POW NAS 35, Ft. Pierce Amphibs 7 f


Take 6-3 Match VM Salvag .. ,
The perfect record NAS Fliers who enjoy wearing

Tigers-NI rDill I From Lee Field Team : king-size opponents down to ordinary dimensions and then :

AOO : running over them-did just that at the Jax,Municipal Stadium .
Playing their steady brand of MOTU last Saturday afternoon when
: they blasted the veteranFt.
VPB
r tennis to notch the second tri-
Clash in TampaThe umph over the Lee Field netters, AOO Pierce Amphibs with a 35 to 7 haymaker.An .

i the NAS courtmen gained a 6 to 3 overflow crowd of some 16-
I NAS Tigers, station colored verdict last Wednesday afternoonat 000 fans jammed their way into the touchdowns in the third period and
football squad, departs early tomorrow the Brig courts. stadium and watched with wide- another in the fourth wound up A,
for their game in Tampa The Epler coached outfit has but eyed amazement as the smooth the scoring parade. ..,
against the ighly-touted McDill one defeat to blot its record in working NAS powerhouse went on Beautiful running by Halfback 1'00.
Field; team The kick-off is slated, seven matches, this a 4-1 loss to a 28-point splurge in the third Chuck Hunsinger and a roughing
for 1500. I the hustling Banana River net- (SEA) quarter to topple a 7 to 0 lead penalty on the Amphibs set up the
The serious business of breaking' men. A return match with the Ba- program boasted by Lujack, Pool and Company game winning counter which came
into the win column once more has nana River team is hoped for by more of : at halftime.It less than three minutes after Han-
caused Coach Kier to create a Manager Frank Floyd. sonnel was the sixth and by far the lon's sensational throw With third
; shake-up, in his eleven. Three I Tuesday a team match with ward most impressive win of the year down and the ball on the Ft. Pierce
straight defeats, all!' by close mar- Beaufort was scheduled. This for the tilers. five-yard line, Quarterback Joe
Results of Lee Field matches Brown headed off left tackle,
gins, has induced the colored mer : at A tremendous touchdown toss ..
faked
tor to alter his! starting SINGLES: a lateral, and sped across :.;!
lineup. sailed 60
that
Lt. Pluttner (Jax) lost to J. G. SpotU- Guam, yards through the ,
Most drastic change finds Tackle wood 6.7, 1-t. ozone cracked the Amphibs wide Shortly afterward a pas
Lwe (Blackie) More moving into I C. D. Nelson defeated Lt. (J la> J. A, open on the fourth play after the terception by Hunslngvr, who \ :
the quarterback slot from up front. HiKKlna Joe Trosper, 7-5. 4-6 defeated 6-2. Em A. T, Moiur, at second kickoff, and from there on turned ference 17 yards, and pass In'I' ',
The retjirn of Albert Kemp to the 6-4. &.7, 6.2. terials out the only question was the size called on the r
Tigers lineup will add strength to .J. Burn defeated Lt. C. B. W.lbrldire, of the score. put the ball on the Ft. !' i ti
6 1. 9-7 from
the passing attack, a phase of offensive A. Mam lost to L. W. Benedict, RDM- Stock" The prodigious aerial wag authored one where Art Gtiepe \\( ,
decidedly lacking in last 2e, 4-6. 6-1, 2-6. the by Halfback Bobby Ian- over on a quarterback neak. I ,
Saturday's 13 to 6 defeat at the ".3 A.. lierke defeated M. W. Truhn (-1, be log.made In Ion who faded back to the NAS The Fliers struck again when 'It,
hands of Edward Waters College DOUBLES: : 45-yard tripe, unfurled his Brown picked up a teammate' I-!
McDill I i, Jot\/t t'Mounrd: C. D Nelson (Jnx) fishing strong right arm, and totted a fumble and zig-zagegd 23 yards to ti,,
Strong I : d Lt (jg) Higgins, radio perfect strike to End Warren paydiit.Hunsinger. .
6-4, 4-6 8-6. I
Kier expects some rugged ippo- Joe Trosper and J. Burn, Jnx defeated Olese In the heart of the Ft. made the final tally
sition from the Tampa outfit, a Lt. Witlbridg and L. W. Benedict 6-2,' clubs, fierce end zone. Glese made a on a brilliant 53-jard; dash through
team which licked Florida Normal, 6-0. The great catch as the ball slitheredover the
weary Ft. Pierce defenders.
rank Floyd and Fred Mill -r, (Jc) defeated )
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18 to 0 while Kier's own Tigers
J. G. bpottswood and M. W. Trubn, the full his shoulder Into his waiting Another 44-yard touchdown run ,
went down to defeat against the 6.8. 4-6, 6-2 ment arms. by Halfback Vic Schwall was nul-
Florida teachers, 1412. Againstthe I ,- --- sharing lified
The pass, which covered 41 by a penalty on the Fliers.
strong Morristown, Tenn e'even THIS WEEK'S items, yards from scrimmage, matchedthe Fullback Charley Timmons, a ..;'......
I the McDill Field agg-rcgaton: Amphib touchdown which superb place kicker, converted aft- '.I t ,
played a bruising 2 to 2 tie. GRID MENU 1st came in the first period on a six- er all five touchdowns, giving him :1ft;. '
In Saturday's Navy-game the Tonight, 2000, Miami Edison part): yard toss from Quarterback John- a 10 for 10 record In ,the two *,',''
Tigers showed signs of their early High VM. Andrew, Jackson High send all ny Lujack, former Notre Dame games he has played with the Jo- bcason spunk, but wiltered in the at Jax Municipal Stadium. tralia. star, to Playing Coach llamp Pool. cal eleven. "
'1' closing minutes of the fray to surrender Friday, 2000, Robert E. Lee ever do That was the end for the tired Lujack was the standout |H>r-
to the Jacksonville college High vs. Julia Landon High at 2nd Amphibs, who were beaten into former for the Ampiilbs, al-
,, ........ boys after leading most of the way Municipal Stadium. Say, J1a the ground by the terrific play of though the bard charging, NAB
,jhrough the game. with a fhe Flier forwards. Three more Continued 0n Page Seirn a\
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1 November, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven



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4 TOj. Bulletin. Mutt Be Submitted Prior U (909

Each Tuesday I
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FOR SALK I

Royal Palm >;ho .;;;d. blonde, living
room let, consisting of davenport chair
and end rabies to match large upholstered '
r { .rd 9I
rocking chair varnished porch:
i .y rocker| bed complete with roil spring
and new mattress; three drawer utility
chest| kitchen sell rnris curtains dish'
; '
). --",'', eel lamps; pictures; drapes; eta Priced \ '&. )i
of. ": very reasonable, can be seen any timeat I i <' .
:. } 14U Norman St.. D.....' Park or s "W 'J
H _call. T. Wooluml, 1'hMSc. Eat I4t.IS i

0t ft. house trailer aleepi I, clean fully .. I jJ "
equipped with radio and hl8 canvas d ,
U ;I' awning. Must sell this .ek-end. 1400.
: .. ... .
Crowe, 5293 Lynwood, Weiconnett. a '

/ :/ Will sell all or separately double bed :.L 2t ...
: metal sprints, mattress, $20; double "' '
<, .. O'" 0, 't bed maple, springs, mattress, lit; maple rE ,
<:> chest of drawers, $10 maple crick '
00 Q ; FORTe sofa and two chairs, ma 'f
'O- ter'U'8'.1: :
:
I "' til*. lilt floor lamp, ''
') (; 'lc rug '''<.
.. 'i 1-: v" \j_ ; ,) ,, Q PlfftC[ .. \;';-"' -- m. f table, 8Sl dinette, 4 theirs _
0 ,;. .
o "" \ two folding lhairs. 82 1 baby highchair
,. "" .... O r.V v\w. 15! pair draperies, 14. Mrs Has-
y ,, \ '''' kini, S802B Norman St.. Dewey Park.
.. '._.:.- < :,"' "Ii -..'->t =--';'
'x --.. House trailer, good condition, 18 ft.,
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'" v' :' ?,.,.......... fd' _. new tires.'LotYi3.on Trailer.Park. Lt.
1; :" "' : : ,,' .,' ::. :"E: :r rt' fcrlrkson. I
.,; ,. <:::J:"_ .- "; 21 foot sloop, just overhauled Call 2* o
t' l 653J or 4308 Herichell Are. _

}. BEING HUMPED OFF an airplane is a common occurrence, Complete furnishings for living room, 1 CAPTAIN
off Ducky Is the unusual dining room, 2 bedroms kitchen accessories
; eut being bumped a on side. But that's I exhaust fan and drapes. Call 2-
" happened. and rudely toowhen the Amphibious grid forces osx '
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of Ft. Pierce invaded Jacksonville and were "ducked"" by the WASFliers
piere living room suite 125; breakfaitset A SECOND GOLD STAR IN LIEU OF IllS '1111KU
to the tune of 35 to 7. Including table and four chairs; set
.. .. -- ---- .. -.. .. of dishes Chaplain tttillpass, 140 Phillips NAVY CROSS_ Reap Admiral Ralph E. Davison made the awardat
St.. 9-146'5.. ____ a special ceremony in his office. Captain Burch, a former com

NAS Outclasses Officer Of Kitchen set; complete bed, odds and manding officer of Cecil Field, received the following citation signedby
: Day ends of furniture. For sale cheap. Tan Vice Admiral :Marc A, Mitscher: "For distinguishing himself by

:>, 35 7 be seen Thursday.. 1104 San evening Marco and Blvd.Fridaymorning So. extraordinary heroism in operations against the enemy while serving
Amphibs to
Continued from Page Three Jacksonville. __ ___ as Executive Officer on a U. S. Carrier operating in the vicinityof

Continued From Page Six necessary arrangements for his ap- Baby buggy practically new 1442B Formosa Island on 21 January 1915 When the ship was hit, he
:. pearance at Captain's Mast. Traffic Childs St., NAS. organized fire fighting crews on the hangar deck and was the first

line and alert secondary kept I violators are brought before '41 Schulte trailer, good condition, sleeps to take a hose into the fire despite billowing flames and continuous
" him well bottled most of the Col. Martin J. Kelleher USMC, for 4. new top, good: heater, ready for or- ammunition explosions. He displayed such an utter disregard for his

r ; game. The former Notre Dame I' hearing at his convenience, and rupanry about Dee. 1. Can be seen at own safety that on two occasions his clothing caught fire Aftel
Lot 2). Yukon Trailer Park, call Ext.
could nine of or
ace complete only
punishments are distributed by Col. 8I4J after 4 p.m., and ask for Mar. the fire fighting crews were functioning he went to secondary con
) 27 passes for 101 yards. Kelleher without recourse to other trol and manned his exposed battle station until he was severely
furniture S
Practically piece
The Amphibs never had a chance disciplinary channels bedroom new suite including- -box sprint maple wounded by shrapnel. lie refused to go to Sick Bay and gave ordersto

;'. on the ground and made noly seven and American Beauty mattress; piece be carried to the flight deck where he directed the fire fighting
; .' yards net by rushing compared The job of housing officer and maple dinette set; piece porch.type until the flames were under control. By his shall, leadership and high
enlisted personnel who report living room set with matching tables
: to 262 yards for NAS. Thirty-nine aboard falls to the desk and .:h.lr. bookcase; rut and floor personal courage he set an Inspiring example I aich was at all times
'I of the 70 Ft. Pierce plays from frequently lamp curtain for I rooms miscellaneous in keeping with the highest traditions of the naval service.
: scrimmage were aerials. OOD who directs newcomers to household equipment |40 will buy
barracks in which thee are Vacancies everything, will" consider selling separ
Fumbles stopped the Fliers in and acts as agent for the ately. Lt. (jg) John W. Stone, 4717PlnP..ood I I
I' the first half, and only great work Bachelor Officers' Quarters, both Rd., Lake Shore.Recent Community Ex-Prisoners .:
by NAS linemen held the Amphibsto model Schwlnn motor bike. In
junior and senior.According rendition. Prlred for quick sale, Columned fioin One
a one touchdown lead at inter rood Page Continued from Page One
to Lieut. V. H. Ram- 195. 31. Gott, Ext. 8589 countries recover from the effectsof I,
mission. Brightest of the line stars
1 in 1942. He learned that th.
were Tackles Leo Akin and Ray bo, one of the harried and hurried Phllco clr radio custom built for Ford.B. six years of bombing, fighting, Day
when six
R. Barter, WAVES Galley NAS, er war was over parachutists -
i Bray, Guards Barney and incumbents, the job of OOD calls pillaging, and near-starvation, Lo-
McGarry see same at 55 W. llth St. with radio equipment floatedto
Bill Jones and Centers Walt Dub- for supreme calmness and refusalto cal agencies benefiting through
earth at their
be startled, no matter what hap- 1 Guitar excellent condition. 115. C. funds raised in the War Chest camp.
zinskl and John .
Rapacz.The ....
R. Boyd AOM2e pr. 2. Ext. 317.
"At first the Japs buffeted them
pens or seems about to happen.In Campaign are the Boy Scouts and
Amphibs, who heW< the Fliers his the and 'S* Packard 8 ronvertit:,; I excellent Girl Scouts Salvation Travelers' about a bit, until finding out it
to a 13 to 6 win in the first opinion yard police tires. J. W. Cooper, ACM 901 er nUB Army Pate said. The
really was over
game between the two clubs two the marines deserve a great deal Allegheny Rd., NAS. Aid Society, Hope Haven

weeks ago, went into the more credit than they customarilyget 31 4-door Ford, good tires, and heater, Hospital, YWCA, Visiting Nurse bronzed smiling Georgian, wearing
game $(00. Can be seen at time at Over Association and several ribbons and in dress blues
for the 4.0 job they do in main any many others
J' hampered by a long Injury list, haul Control. Phillip C. Coins, b2c er which with a hash mark, said one of the
which included four regulars.! taining order among the rank and tall Ext. 88t and ark for Mrs. Coins are making important con American-
file of this station. "The yard condition tributions to the welfare of the parachutists was an
police
38 Pontiac sedandeluxe,
good
> A fine halftime show featured Japanese, "and did he hate those
are not officious, but they're 2 new tires. Price |(5(. Sroka nation.Of "
i the Landon High School Lionettes effective," is the way Rambo putsit. SKVlc. Fxt. 711. the total amount raised, onlya Japs!

\,: and Band, the NAS Band and a "In this job you learn to be '37 Chevrolet 2-doer sedan, radio, motor : bare seven per cent is used for Hyde was at Kukaroka camp

; Wave unit. grateful for reliable helps in keep- AMlr and Brks.tires MO.good Eat condition 783. Hammond, administrative, campaign, and No. 3 in Japan. He had served on

'. Nl:. lineups' order since the other operating expenses, it was a lost destroyer.Saw .
FLIERS Po-. 17. PIERCE ing ; especially 32 model B Ford roadster 4 new tires
a Bishop II! Xletunan war, when it seems to me that and tubes motor completely overhauled, explained, with the maximum Atom-Blasted City
Akin LT Parry more false fire alarms have been I 4.0 condition price reasonable E. .J.Atnaral. amount possible being used for ac- "We began to suspicion the war
.
'McGarr, LG utter Stir 883 NATTC Ext. 831 tual relief and welfare work,
and vehicles was over when the Japs began
Dob.ln.kl C ; reported more Navy '37 Hudson tudor sedan A-l rendition
( D. Jones. RG liea.tflna't'rlDra appropriated without permissionthan t cylinder good tires, radio. R. J. Few- y bowing to us, instead of us to
1(1' Cohenour ever before. The danger and ell \Ze. H43A Hancock, NAS. Public InformationMen them," Hyde said. Appearing

Guepps Giese (RE I.n Lujack Pool needless risks incurred when a '40 Ford Sedan, good condition, newtires. slightly haggard, the chief pharmacist -

1 Hanlon LH Murphy false fire alarm is turned In is, of Main. Dispensary Just overhauled.any time B. C.before Sanderson 430. Meet at OahuFive told of seeing Hiroshima,
i Hunsingar RH Chubb the city that was blotted off the
well and the '
f t'ranta t"H' (c) Mattlna'I course, known same .18-foot Vagabond house trailer reasonable former public relationsmen
by the first atomic bomb."That's .
.. Score by perioclll; thing applies to the illegal 'bor.rowing' ; Immediate possession. Contact of NAOTC stations in this map
Fort George D. YYendl Barracks 15. NATTC, a beautiful place now_
; NAB: 'ir:1 ': ::::'01 II 280 7_ I of Navy vehicles. Phone Ext. 85)4 er 8138. area had a get-together recentlyat I absolutely nothing left," he de-

Scoring Touchdowns, MAS, Giese, But there are humorous aspects Complete household' furnishings, living i the Pearl Harbor BOQ. scribed.

Brown. 2, Gueppe, Jiunvinger; tort Pierce, of even the serious breaches of or room suite, occasional chair, lamps, end- Lt. (jg) Oliver Townsend, for But the B-29's will not be
Pool. Points after touchdown, NAS, Tim- table new wool rut and threw ruts, remembered
anon 6, tort Pierce Lujack 1. I der. Lieut. Rambo cites the instance secretary and chair breakfast set Hollywood mer editor of the Jax Air News, by the Japanese chil-
Substitutions NAB Allsup John Mulligan of the joy-laden sailor who bed and chest Iron bed and chest who had a temporary duty assignment dren as planes that dropped
Annie, Rayburn G. Jones, Thomas, borrowed a station bus on the day dishes, pictures, etc. Complete for only aboard a carrier in the Pacific
bombs recalled. "The
Hyde
O'Qutnn, Centola Bradham, Akra, Harrison : S22S. Chief Schneider 1141-A AlleghenyRoad Jap
Benka, Cabe, Boytcr, Lesher, Moy.r of the big anniversary celebration, or phone Ext. 383 __ ; Lt. Art Hagan, former Lee children will remember them as the
Schwa!!. Peck Shown, Forbes. Wright I borrowed it while the driver was Field public information officer chewing gum and candy planes"
Tlmmons. Schulte, Mayer, Douglas, klrlspatrlrk FOR RENT
absent errand of his I now in same work with ComServ-
an
on own.
Trot. he said, because of the supplies of
Rapacs, Cudd Witt Kane,
ter, Rowd n. Fort Pierce, Goolsby, Sm,,- When picked up some fifteen or Any Interested married In officer a furnished, preferably bedroom with, car private I Forces; Ensign E. P. Walsh, for- such items that were dropped to
Bites, Statuto, Brad .on. Jackson 11-!: twenty minutes later the sailor, bath with kitchen facilities for merly an enlisted man in the NAS prisoners after the war ended.
fuller, Ktehnn, bveo, Ihneen still joyful, was piloting his bus lit Ot per week at Atlantic Beach. Lt. Jax public information office and -
,
Rards in long graceful curves and was <(<]g) J. C. Cahan, Jr., "It. 8273.__ I now with CincPac; and Lt. (jg)

Puts doing great business with a bus WANTED I R. D. Innes, former public information SupervisorContinued
Big Victory
half full of passengers he had Baby stroller Lt. jg) /bmlth- tit. 275. I officer at Cecil Field,
picked along the Inter- 5 or ( rooms, unfurnished house with el. I all happened to meet at Oahu.
up way.
ther 2 or 1 bedrooms,* permanent. Mrs from Page One
NAS 11" On
Top esting to note in the story is the Sesger Eat 83(1. tracts. In March, 1943, he was
fact that the bus seemed Ford or Chevrolet '14 or '38. Chaplain
nobody on How did you break your husband
promoted to lieutenant, and a
Continued From Page Six surprised by the fact that a sailor Huliler. 8174. of that habit of staying out later he assumed his present year du-

Corpus Christl there also figuresto was driving the bus in direct clash MISCELLANEOUS all night 7 When he came in late ties as contract superintendent. He

be plenty tough. Ft. Benning with station policy which permits I Driving to California about 1 1'1.' .., one night, I called out, "Is that rose to lieutenant commander last
will be met twice with the payoff room for one psssenter share driving
only civilian bus drivers to 'man preferred. C. J. List, AKTle, 1104 ban you, Ralphand my husband's mon ti.
.. ft; coming next Sunday there. the various routes. Marco Blvd, So. Jacksonville. name is John." Dunng the ofilcers three and
.
.
Hers' record and remaining --
; The
one-half year's tour here he supervised *
', games: THEY DREW OHS AIIS APPLAUSE j the construction at five out-

''j" ; I NAS 35, Miami Navy 6. lying fields, the engine overhaul

' F. NAS 26, Cherry Point 0. section of A & R, the synthetic
, !I, : NAS 35, Corpus "Christi. devices buildings, and the indoor

t. ;, NAS 13, Ft. Pierce 6. swimming pool, as well as other

f ; .11 NAS 61, Miami Navy 0. minor construction projects.Lt. .

)j .t NAS 35, Ft. Pierce 7. Oakes hails from Wellesley,

i, f I Iv. Mass., and holds a B.S. Degree
'\ : 4 Nov..._ ,'t. Uenning there. I IRai from Tufts College, Medford, Mass.

< ,; ; i I 10.Nov.Cormis Christl there. He was commissioned as a lieuten--

}Io+ 17 Nov. 1't'nOiala Navythere. ant,. junior grade, In May 1943,

t, ., and was promoted to his present
H Nov._It. Helming here rank in August 1944. .

1 I Dec,.._I'en!>8'ola here. At present the major construc-

et t t r 1 ? tion jobs under way are the row-
Total Ilolnt-* to date Hers. housing units
I U going up opposite
..... 205J opponents! 2tf. /f ne Dewey Park, additions to the wa-
w-// 56e rTIIl' f tesdrvC ter treatment and sewage disposal

"'':' Two former Air Corps majors plants, and the installation of

.11" I happened to meet on the main sprinkler systems in all the sta

i '," ,.d j street of their home town. With tion's hangars. As contract super

,. 'j' true Air Corps exuberance, they ; intendent, Lt. Oakes will be responsible
thumped each other on the back IANDON LIONIrrES: the high "chool girls from Jacksonville'ssouthside hr are :.'r to Captain Daniel B.

and one of the lads said to the Ing a name for themwlvea atI a crack drill group, entertained upectatorn at half-time of the 'k..1 Ventres, O-in-C of construction

. other "Say, Bill, I hear that youjjet phlb football game last Saturday In the Jacksonville Municipal stadium. They are shown above for the administration of there

your paper route bark through one of their routlnm. marie colorful by their orange and white uniformed 1res.: oonatniotion contracts, -



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Eight CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS 1 November, 1945




,1- Civilian Employees' News 'I Notice Of Shop Efficiency I


Address Communications. to Editorial Office Ratings Out Friday

Personnel l Relations! Office. RiJ r. 4.V, Bon 21Trlephon
K t..n.ion 4<3 Ily ('. R..Owes
TAKE IT EASY I I Shop employees will receive by -
The Civilian Employees :News a two-pud section of the Jan Air News. I I. to reiHMtitiK th. n..w.t' the Naval Air $t. tl\),,'. Civilian Kniilayev: and With the coming of winter all Frld4y, the second of November, .::: "

la sponsored by Emplvyfts the Association Otfitnt fr. ('hi timid; '' Employees:. with vehicle. many operators additional will driving be faced hazards I their efficiency notice rating of the made official as regular of 30 !: zu: J P? P LYrj


ICi-netU M. MctHiffto, Prvaidfiit. Philip U. 0 Myert; TreasurerJorcn There will be Ice September 1915. The shop efficiency
fro'st4 maybe =
| Gnnn;,...,. Sorretpryuireciors !) -SALLI. f
on your windshield and glasses; rating system covers all employees ;
ts t those slick tires will be unable to in Groups 1, II, III and .
!
Klorlna, Gnnnawiir; (W..n'o'r.\ .,,.' H. MtfKli.l-r (PW) I r
Wlllmm n. Klnuaid. IG..n'lI) J. I.. Nettles TPW> get sufficient traction for sudden IVa, and ratings are made quart
Mvll I':. Jnok.gn (A A K) Kenneth M. Mrluffi (Supply) .stops; fog will hinder your vision terly as of 31 March, 30 June, 30
Joseph l-Hiinn (A A 10 Philip I). ''It,.r. ( 'upl.l lj" when driving, especially at night; September and 31 December on all
)'barks E. Field (\ A K) .
employees under this system who IxMtla Jonc

News' Reporting StaffAssembly "I J "TAKE IT EASY"TOW I Ihe have 30 days or more of serviceIn Vacations By and short leaves are
and Repair
Head. Kcportrr, .:. ..... ... ..... ......... ............ .... .Eulevtra Willinulutmln their current efficiency rating still in progress In this depart

|wtion Mend Reporter I>>cpartment. :. . ........... .. ...... ..... ..........Helen M. Styron group. ment 'for there have been soma
Not all shop employees are eligible few who have been missed lately.A. .
Public \\orki Department: .. .. ....... ...... .. ... ElM M. Shanahau. -\ CAN' I
Head Reporter .. .. ..... .. .. TIN therefore for a rating on ev- \\'. Bennett has been vacation

Su ply head IVpiirtmentt Kepoit. .. .. .. .. .0 .. .. ... .. .. .. ... ... .. .. .... . .L >!K Janet ) ery official regular rating date. ing In Washington D. C. and Virginia
The following groups of employeeswere Howard Steen is visit
ison' !I % > not rated on 30 September, ing in his home in Alabama .
nor
and will therefore receive notice Olive Taylor is taking In the bright

CIVILIAN OF THE WEEK of ratings: lights In New York City ,/. K<|.
A. Those employees hired less ward Wyckoff is driving to Washington -

than 30 days prior to 30 Septem D. C., for a few days' stay.

Supply Supervisor Five Year Man l-1ir, I I ber. While there think he plans to visit .
i B. Those employees not In their, the Bureau of Supplies and Ac-

By Margaret M. Bailey" current efficiency rating groups for counts Anna Conrad is enjoying -
When Mr. Lamar Scott, now the]I 1 a period of 30 days or more as of,' a long-awaited vacation trip'
Administrative Supervisor .of the I -GOSSIp. i 130' September because of re-rat-I to Washington, D. l C., and all
Posting< Section in the Supply De- I- GATE I ings from one position to another.,1, points east with husband John

partment, reported to NAS Jacksonville ..- -- i' It should" noted, however, that who has just returned from .
--
-
the Station was a navy ----- ---- Kathryn I employees who transferred between .' seas. Incidentally, maybe
: Last Saturday evening ),. !I be back In the Supply Department
infant. He remembers that in those (Personnel Relations) shops or departments since
days the Chief Clerk in Supply. answered Stunsherry her door-bell to unex-I ,r the first of September, but who remained :i soon working* as a civilian once
in 1 I Ruth Baldwin has returned
Vernon Gorsuch, was "usln.a. I her brother whom the same occupations. more
desk." pectedly greet : were rated by the shop or from a week's visit to her
wooden box for a I for three He @ department -
hasn't
she seen years. :
Mr. Scott is a real Floridian. He has been on duty overseas with the I ...... i umr COUNCIL I they were in as of the rating L'f home Stonaker in Marion,the N. C.weekend. Ruth In
date. spent
was born in Havana, Florida a : Navy Martha Pearson is two- I in short unless you are extremely I 'I Atlanta recently As she aptly put
small town near Tallahassee, ana that The efficiency rating groups are
week vacationing hoping
careful "OLD MAN Atlanta turned
it "I went to ,
I up
there he attended school. But his In Texas I composed of all employees in the ,
her fiance will fly from will catch you! .MCIDENT"I I around and came back" Sara
first business experience was in to make the days holidays }; Take the Safety same occupation, irrespective of Pope visited her family in Vidalia
Quincy Florida as a bookkeeper neotin Tt"rawlc-k l /esigns this r-\\ lined below and put them in er.1 I minimum intermediate or maxi I''; Georgia last weekend Vernon
for the American Sumatra Tobacco -I because of ill health, and fect. ,, mum pay rates, who are employed I
They may lengthen your ; L. ( Or8U('" Is enjoying a short vacation
the rolls
Company. For six years he Sreffr and her discharged on of the same major organizational 1
o.. hubby(I 1. Clean windshield and glasses I trip to Charleston. South
worked in Quincy and in 1923 he I take off for points somewhere before driving. unit, such as a department ', Carolina, and Pensacola. While in

married Louise Averiee, who was' around Minnesota 2. Have sufficient lights burningon division or shop. On the II Charleston, believe his grand-

then working in the Hotel Com One of the few males'in 450, Mr. your car while driving at night. Station, the rating groups are daughter's birthday party will bone
considered
to be all
Office in the capitol. employees In
missioner's Frank !McCaffrey, deserted the 3. Check your brakes regularly. the I of the highlights of the visit.
Tallahassee. I fold for the Intelligence Office. 4. Keep within the speed limit. same occupation having the Rhoda Temper is vactionliiin -
Moved to Jacksonville He's sadly missed, especially when 5. Give hand signals before I same departmental prefix number. New York Bertha Mehhnau

A year later, in 1924, the young these civilian pages have to go to turning or stopping. I Your efficiency rating Is made 1 Just got back from New York anSI

Scotts moved north to Jackson press .. With the new revisionof 6. Give the car on your right the up by the supervisors who are "is once again back in the awing:
ville. Here Mr. Scott was employed WAVES points, 11. KmmaDiitkHtein : right of way. I most familiar with your work. It of things," she says.
r as head bookkeeper with the is makirng tentative 7. Don't hog the road. Is further reviewed by higher supervisors Candidates for the most popular

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company ': plans for a white Christmas in 8. Don't pass at an intersection. to determine that a fair I man in Stock Control Division

a position he held for eighty Pittsburgh that ls_ after she i 9. Don't drive when sleepy. evaluation has beoen made of anemployees's I were envious of Hartley Strove'

ars. In 1932 he made a rather) makes a brier tour of the south- 10. Drive for the other car.__& work in comparisonto recently as he celebrated his ( ?)
drastic change in his type of work I I land's glamour spots! : fool may be at the wheel.ORDNANCE!. the overall ratings given other I i birthday There is a rumor that

from a bookkeeping job to that Personnel Relations enjoyed an employese, Employees are rated I, the secret of his popularity was

of a sales, manager...when he went II office picnic last Wednesday at [ on knowledge of work, rating i, due to the fact that he circulateda
tu work with the E. A. Painter'I lunch time with a home made [ ] quality and adaptability. This i memo the week before announce
is based
Fertilizer Company here in Jacksonville -;'I' menu of dogs, cole slaw, macaroniand period upon the three-month ing the date of said birthday!
ending'30 September. If :
1I. cheese (by the domestic cour- receive you I Carrie Carlihle also celebrated a
the
By Teddy Lull same
efficiency
After working for years for tesy of PR's celebrity, Mrs.. Gan- rating birthday recently.
It's Chicago and school as other '
for R. II.Sen..rll employees In
someone else, Mr. Scott decided navay) and all the picnic trim- your group The anxiety that Florence Smith
AMM2c. Of course we the employees with the longest
I mings. Everyone ate heartily of I has peen experiencing this past
were sorry to see him go, but whenhe continuous service at this activity
week the
was over homecoming of
i everything and then regretted it
returns to NAS receive the
just think of highest relative standing
for the rest of the long afternoon her husband from overseas. He hat:
all the
he
knowledge will have obtained ;
I when overfull tummies begged for Also I I I finally arrived and will receive hU
our Civilian Supervisor. The
new machine Also
accounting discharge soon home
a nap instead of work .
B. T. is
The new paint job on Lt. WetCher's vanced Tliomas of attending ad. type rating card (simllar in form I|I from overseas duty, and now a civilian -
car is the result of a Sun- A&R. schooling supervisors at to the pay checks) was used In I,I I is James V. Harper (Hor

day full of hard work Car doors this rating for Groups I, II, and sey), husband of Lillian Harper
x_ cause trouble even III employees. Group IVa employees Kiln; Kapler's: borther, Herman
when Is
the car Austin. AliaWliildrn
Kathryn Stansberry, Edith an were rated on the regular Is due in Jacksonville soon for sep-
Brooke, Lanier Lynch, Genevieve is suffering with a badlycut i rating form NAVEXOS 1976. The 1 aration from Navy after serving-
I finger damaged when the door same type of machine accounting I three in the Pacific He
Knight, Arlene Howard, Betty years was
of her Austin
i Moeller, Dotty Maxwell, Jo Martin'i I on it. accidentally closed card will also be used as the form on Okinawa before returning to
i and Barbara Welden helped Mrs. for "Employees Notice of Efficiency | the States Eleanor IjisMelter's
i Lynn Poland "
Tliiky" assistant
Gannaway celebrate her ? birth- I Rating. IVa employees will be i husband was recently discharged
for the News I
reporter has left
day the other night with a dinner I Ordnance Division and ,A&R. We I notified by printed form, "Official I from the Army and they enjoyed,
party at "Joe Williams." The gals I Employee's Notice of Efficiency a week at the Hotel Grady in At-
r miss you, "Pinky, but lots of luskin ratings"
could have been celebrating the the future. I lanta, Georgia, with an exclusive

end (at least for a few months) of Our absentees were high I Questions about your efficiency I j suite and "specials" on the houne.'

the efficiency rating headache this past week. We believe very it could I ratings are to be taken up by your{' Congratulations t o MarthaCnunley
Another 450 wife. ..Kathryn Stans- have something to do with the terrific immediate supervisor. Any appeal I'' and John S. Itm klaanc
p" s the of your AM3c, now Mr. and Mrs.. The wedding
berry got word that her husband change in Old Man Weather. rating must be made
was on his way home after Those who have been ill are: Nona through your supervisor within 15 took place at the Murray Hilt
I
spending almost 2 years with the Cook, Vera l'fathl'ny, John Pad I days of the date you receive your Presbyterian Church on the 24th
I notice of of October Also hear that Kuth
Navy in the Pacific Lanier rating.
gett, Paul Reynold, Grace llarrln,
Lynch provided some outstanding J. J. Uoyll'II and Anna OlanU-k. Crosier Is quite excited these days

looking: material the past week Helen Walker. attended the funeral I ELECTRICAL I over the approaching marriage of
when the girls latched on to her of her Untie on last Thurs her daughter.
photo album. Lanier is quite the Shirley Collier wants to f

that he would like a fling at being golfer, you know, and the album's day.Yvonne Darden claimed her rea- I DIVISION anybody has a "second knol

hU own boss. It was in 1936 that I picture's prove it. What we'd like son for being late last Friday was I for sale She can't find a :

he opened his own business at Popular I to know though is. .how can a gal because ,she slept with her clock. Ky Ruby Myers live and fears she will soon be

Point. The Scott store sup- weigh 110 pounds on one page and Well could be! | We're glad to have Harry Jar-, evicted from her home. All salesmen
,
plied people coming in from their I 19$ on the next aridiltlll play I Hint: Ordnance is in need of a rard back with us after his tonsil please apply at once Sorry -
small farms with feed, seed, fertilizer championship golf? In the 198 new front door. The present one is operation. Another has taken his i to hear of the Illness of Ruylellelott'

and house necessities in the days, it's not hard to see what La- a "Tee-Total" wreck. I place IlonardVllliaim ((812)) 16 mother and wish to ex-

hardware line. I 'nier's "handicap" was Who hit Martin ? Who did It? had his tonsils removed Monday! tend our sincere wishes for her

As the possibility of war fur the ,x.I Here's why we ask Graii\llle VV.I Pat Carroll ((812)) will be back speedy recovery Helen Holland
:United States became less probability I Martin went to the dentist on October -!I Monday from his two week leave. was "flying" high one alter
: and more a reality, Mr. MACHINEDIVISION 25 to have his front teeth \V. ('. Holllngtmorth has been out noon last week after ; | -eiving a

Scott had more and more trouble refilled. We're just wondering..x over a week on sick leave. I phone call from her favorite boyI -
Blocking his store with merchandisa From all -acounts the F.M.O. I friend who had called her Immediately -
his customers wanted. In 19 to (for men only) beer and shrimp I after landing in San Francisco

.' ho sold his business, applied at the I By Myrtle Tucker 4000 Certificate party was a success. The ladies of i from overseas duty In tine

Station for his first Civil Service I Julia Smith of the Drill Section 862 feel slighted every time a male Pacific Going to miss Pearl

job and entered on duty as, a enjoyed a nice fishing trip over the Requests On HandSince mentions the word "party." I I hanky.. who Is resigning to returnto
1 storekeeper in the Supply Depart-' weekend. ,John O'Stlen of the Mill I.t. Wt"lH'r received congratulaon her home in Pennsylvania after

tnent. Section is back on the job after a I the announcement by the the arrival of a baby girl. An- 3 years of loyal work in this department

j"| A month' later he was put to, week's leave of absence. Joe May, Navy Department of the certificates other blessed arrival Is that of Edith: llouard Ibuch
(Work on tjid Stub Register Desk nard Is a very happy man now I to be awarded Navy civilian I Eddie }:kh rf'li. It's a baby girl, I II who resigned to be married In

|(14 Supply,|and a year ,and a half that his missing car is back safely workers in recognition of their loyal I born Sunday, October HI j Congratulations August came back to Purchase to
I later he nloved into, the Procure-i|I in his hands Frank Wet/ler, In- and efficient performance dur- I to you both! I visit the other day and Justl'for the

'meat Section, from which he advanced spector i in the Machine Division ing the war emergency, over four Kill llarrN ((862) A Shift, resigned fun of it wrote Request for Quotation
into his pre;.t position as tells us :of hls'brother'sltoming; to thousand requests have been received last week to open'an "Elec-1: I Nope, she hadn't forgotten
Supervisor. : Florida. He_ is retiring: ,I now after by the Employee's Service Ironic" Dry Cleaning Plant) The how It was alone t'

HU home Is in Jacksonville being a| machinist for 41 years. office at: this Station. Public Is cordially Invited, I I '
'where he lives with his wife ands Both brothers started serving The' Recognition of Service Cer- France (Itrre/y). Wynn ((832)) ) Sandy McTavUh, AOM2c, bougu

17-year-old daughter, who graduated -, their apprenticeship together in tificate is presented to those em- A Shift, wishes to express her'' two tickets to a raffle and won a
from Lee High School this 1901. Frank stll has a 6 inch machinist ployees who have continuously gratitude to her supporters In the, $1,000 War Bond with the first

coming June. I square that he purchasedin been employed for at least six Employees Association Election one.
Mr, Scott's eyes light up at the' 1901 It Is very interesting to months previous to September 2 in'I' Better luck next time, Breezy! 'j His buddies rushed up to cori-

mention of'fishing' and hunting hear his tales of his early daysas Navy, Marine or Coast Guard cl-I 'Did you notice the skins ; gratula ;e him, Cut !Sound )hjm\( toile

hU ,hobby ,ifrepi boyhood. Deep sea a machinist. 'vilian positions. ( !I bruises on Hob t'oloniuu last ancl// ? very,unhappy\ /

flatting: is 'his special meat__.especially Ailien Kingl is back with us after These requests are being tnvestl-| :Seem* as though he I stopped to] .Why'a nlnv. what'sth'ft matter

off th, coast at St. Mark's two: wee ,'. .absence, ,due to ill.nest. .( gated and processed, and the certificates give someone fi 1,1ftand, they reversed -( vf\\ that cottlsh pal asked.
in! the Gulf, where only a, ,month Mary WhlUwn }is, alas ;brick| will probably be ready for it. Looks like Mr. Coleniun, "It's,; second) ticket,. .Why
lIe landed four and half (the job after a two sick the next U cured about! ( i.' upught.ltlrilivevjr.kiK,"
ago a a, on s tweek, i presentation within! 'picking up riders,| e\er( % ;
foot, 43 pound red snapper. i leave. month. Eh, Bob? Sandy replied.Page .

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Civilian Regrets I PLANT

TeclxTraCety DIVISION


N S My 1) Dansby
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Lt. L. G. Moore has been trans

ferred from Structures Division to

J NJ NEWS: in the division, Lt. Moore, and

'I October. We are glad to have you

1I in the division, Lt. Moore( and

Uj Emma Sue McLeod tlvlty, Helen is always agreeable, wish you the very best of luck and
0 Now that peace is once more es- works hard and is indispensable to our whole-hearted cooperation.

blished, and many of the uniformed the Reproduction Shop She has I We have three ex-sailors work-
personnel are returning to been here since 25 August 1944 8d I
civilian life, there will be a natural and has pulled 100% with her coworkers ing in our Electrical Shop, 1485, on
shrinkage in the volume of civilian the day shift who have had and

workers at this and other) Mary J, Fllnk, who Is in Officer's seen plenty of! action during this
naval activities. This condition is Records, has been with us since World War II. This report will
-noticeable\ at this activity. We are I 20 August 1943, Mary is a very attractive cover only one of them since there
losing four of our excellent workers blonde, single and __ but .t a are so many interesting things to
who are joining their husbands wait she is wearing on her third .s tell about each of them. Jay S.
Helen 1". lltirgetl of the finger left hand a brilliant\ dia- Stricker, Electrician, has been the
Legal Office, Arineta X llubbttnl' bond which spells but one thing. one for this date because he has
and Jo Mi Hugh from the Person- i She is patiently waiting for her I served 34 years. .longer than either
nel Office and Bonnie 1'. Fuute Intended to return from overseas. of the other two.
from the Dispensary Two others, I Let's hope it won't be too long, Mr. Stricker joined the Navy
Martha Mitchell of Officer's Records Mary, and while we will hate to right after school days, 5 Julv
aad J'aullne Morris of the see you leave us, we will\ be happyfor r 1911 and has made the Navy his
AEM School are also leaving; Mar- jour sake when the day arrives I life career. He fought in World
tha to take up her duties as a and he wil be coming back I War, I, the Mexican Campaign and
housewife,and prospective mother, I rives and he will be coming back I in World War II. Before Pearl
and Pauline to take 'a long and i IVArej J. llartman is one of our r Harbor, he served mostly in the
mach needed rest and vacation "old-timers," A native of Ohio anda Atlantic and Pacific living a t)'pl-
That all the above persons served"'well veteran of World War I, he came cal sailor's life and acquiring, incidentally -
) In their positions and capacities -, to Florida in 1921 where he made the rate of Chief Electrician
there is no question, and as.hey his home Many of us rememberthat 'a Mate. Several ;years ago
depart from our midst we I during World War I this site when the Training School was be-
.end them our very best wishes used to be Camp Joseph E. John- ing established here. Stricker was
for happiness and lots of luck. I ston. It was there that Mr. Hart- Chief of the Electrical School
Marian 1*. (iarrrtt, who is in man received his training, In Mayof While he Was helping to get the
Charge of Central Files, has been 1912 he joined this activity be- school under v.ay, he bought a
in that office since 3 March 943.1 ing assigned as Assistant Storekeeper home and moved his wife ana family -
When she first went into that office at the AMM School. When "You and look if to Jacksonville, making this his
me ever come
.he began at the bottom, but: AEM School was organized, he your up you home. He has 8 children. 5 girls
familiarized herself so thotoughly I served as storekeeper'for"' building to the states! and 3 boys One son is a chief ma-
with the details of that office that I 525 and later was transferred in chinist mate, another is in the Ma-
she finally filled\ the vacancy left I this capacity to take charge of the rines as a second sergeant, while
by Mrs. Nona Bork, and has since I Auto-Pilot School storeroom. Mr. the other son is working in ships
that lime aptly handled the voluminous Hartman has expressed himself assaying -- -- -- --- ---- service at NATTC He nas served
correspondence, records : he is delighted with his overseas during this war in the
YOU REMEMBER WHEN?
and other tasks connected with : work enjoys every phase of it, and DO I Admiralty Isles in charge of
that busy offloe, hopes he may be able to continue LCM's, LCVP's and BP boat
'J I it is Do you remember when you on the Station is the SeparationCen crews. He has also
IIHrn ). Both is a very familiar right; on even though now been in charge
.. were afraid to look in your mail nd it's probably the only of repair work
and active figure at ,this ac- : peace time. on crash boats and
box for fear of finding a "Greet- P.T. boats
--- ---- place that's crammed full of desks
I Ing" from the President When Among the Admirals
he
hasserved
the Draft Board was the Damo- and continually clacking,.lewrit
INSIDE PUBLIC WORKS civilian\ ers The Selective Service oince on under ate Admiral Moffett
cles' sword
I. head? over your I the Statoin got the ax just about about and Bagley.the If thre is anything

Ity Ethel M. ShanahanOn Do you recall the inestimable the time that Japan got the red, to know, Navy that anyone wants
just Mr.
I see Stricker
be-
'
her neck and
white and blue ax on ,
the evening of 26 October I won't say good morning to a certain value of an extra "A" gas coupon cause he really has plenty to talk
1P45, the PW Contract Section I engineer whose idea ruled out I or an, "Airplane" shoe stamp '' the Employment Office Isn't the about and can tell many sea stories -
htld a farewell party in honor otU. the female element! This little af- Of course you remember the of-I busily humming place it used to It seems that we are going
the civilian
('<>m the
booth ot
on corner
tract Superintendent, Comilr. Gray I since everyone was so reluctantto from engineering; to their recruiting because he is transferring to Air-
ik leaving sunny Florida to return 1 have it come to an end it broke usual clerical jobs; the offices Main ana Adams Streets was running craft Division
'
boothsa
to civilian life in the cold bleak! up only at the suggestion of the crammed with desks ana typewriters the close service second.recruiting Those on vacation now are M'al-
iubouml.U1hear of state of )[as- clean-up porters'x! clanging away in a million very ter J>. Jiatlej and 1. II. Jame
sachusetts. ___ voices; the time when quantitywas It's not going to Impress any There is not any need to hope that
I and to heck with one now if spout off about a
the byword you both have
The dinner-dame was held in you H good time for we
the Hotel Seminole from 11)00\) &I A & R Personnel qualiU just get it out! I camel trip across Africa or a swim know that you } h will.
Glt'O.' ) CocKtails were served at : How about those peanut butter the Station got the ax just about J. IC. M<'Donald and ('harle'4
liiow, followed by the introduction;' & Administration and jelly sandwiches you had for I people have had fUlly paid tripsto Denton both resigned and are going -
of guests and remarks by the Mas- lunch, or maybe even an egg sandwich I too many of the places that into business for themselves.
ter of C'en'nomeslr.. K. Ii. Itrog- llj Jinx if ;you knew a hen. And it great distance made enchanting Those service personnel who have
and think You hadn't been using the word! I I"atomic"
bear down
really joined the ranks
you of civilians
den Amid thunderous applause, Evelyn O'Dell ( A & R War are
Lt. Comdr Gray was "decorated Bond Queen ) resigned Monday about it, maybe you can remember i iI so freely much before' J. Dallenburjr' 6. s. Bre\ er. M. 1';.
!
I the time when even a cup of Java last August either, and what ('ra\en, K. I. -Jait. 1{.
with a medal for meritorious and leaving the Time Section without W. \\ine. .\.
outstanding ser\t,'e in the great a stenographer But there is always carried a ration ticket, and even I would Hope and the rest have done I'I .J. <.raves J. \. Iee. (;. r> \liddlt'.J. -
i then drank it in coffee mourn- : without the release of DDT to the fun. '"'. Hake
you and
tattle of Jackson f >e. The medal a way, so Miss Brooks designated K.: :Vhniibrl.
world!
the crossed cock- fill ing sans cream and sugar. And civilian Good luck to you':
was in shape ui : Audrey Hansen to the
the gals who keep kitchen can j I The ex-army guy in his civilian _
tall glasses; hastened on by a large ; acancj recall painfully the days I blues and the ex-sailor in his civilian As tho -x--
probably bombers
' flew
over the
bone blanket safety pin. designed Mrs, Goff was ex- I II
Nancy very 1 when no amount of juggling red browns are joining the city and began
and created by that inimitable cited and thrilled when her hus- dropping explosivesan
ranks ot the most important
butcher could guy
the put a
artist, our own H. I). Dan tun. During -: |I points or alert housewife cried to her
Goff USMCR
band, Pfc. Jerry ', beef roast on the Sunday dinner'! in the woiId___Mr. Civilian Anddont
the evening the incoming Con- called her from the west coast )'es- table. And how do like that be surprised wnen you see lagging spouse to hurry.
I you I "I can't "
tract Superintendent, Lt. Oakeit! him be find my false teeth,
terday. Nancy expects to whipped cream j'ou're getting a gold discharge button on the lapelot' I
was presented with a token of within week after 14 answered her husband,
home a these lush days on your banana I II a bright red plaid suit hous-
sympathy from his fellow cohort months in the South Pacific. I'splits and the real syrup in jour I ing a neat little ex-service girl. I) "False teeth," snapped back his
_a large; box of headache powders' Misses\ Mattie and Loiene Wood fountain "Coke" I Sues one of you now and 'ou'lI :, wife "What do yOU think thev're

with explicit instruction to take enjoyed a week-end at their home Now, about the only new office love it! I dropping, sandwiches
one before answering each telephone Monticello\ Florida last week, _
tall.Darning. I Shore is wonderful, ain't it, girls :: INSTALLING POWERHOUSE TURBINE .
commenced at 2100 and We really\ welcome Kenneth
was thoroughly enjojed' Flash_ it Morris to the Time Section Kenneth .
was reported by a minority tlWt; an how do you like workingwith
orchestra was present, but the so many women. "
committee and majority are still Mrs. Cecilia M lntlre, wh
trying to verify this rumor. 1 transferred to Cecil Field, and
The Public \\oik mailroom had Mrs Jacqueline Nelson, who resigned a a tr r
a moving the other day _took a last week have been missed '
step east | 1 front r'ool1IH to very much. We hated to see
.'ill to make way for more spate them leave.
for the processing of officers by The Personnel Assistants hay
the Executive Department. Now all\ been missing for two week!
.)'ou'11 find Larry and the two and no one knew where they were
Wave Marys next door down the But by some means, Mis Craig
.hall. i traced them down at Personnel
Congratulations being received Relations Department Now they "
by another I', W, Officer to have all returned to the Assembly s .w

be: made Lt. Comdr W. J:. ('rumaeeir and Repair e
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'Design Supt
:, '; w
Tl,lie was a candlelight wed
ding the evening of Ottober 21 at

the Murray Hill Presbyterian
Church when Mr. and Mrs.I M. T.

(','uIIIII').'" lovely young; daughter, t
. Martha Marie, married John Beck- .x
ham AM3c Both the bride and h1
" groom graduated together from e 1 rs1
Lee High School The bride* I' M M
young' brother, Mearl, brought in'
the wedding rings on a miniature
lepliea of the aircraft eaiiier Sa?.
at.ga, which was made by the
groom, ,
lraiiH (Ilisuii, ,Design Sec I ;
lion), in St Vincent's Hospital alt I 4
er an operation, is doing nicely ;> vxlek # c tew
now, The visitors from the Depart, Rzfl9 a

ment found her looking very pret-I -
ty In bed and anxious to ( ,t..( SLNUK r-
the "doings" in the office,

The men, only, from the DesignSection I "In requisitioning spore ports,
Lt. l'4Imdr. T. A, Mew -
gave Oltxo/ we try to ask for _J
..>nnan, a private farewell partyat i
the Seminole Hotel. It is rumored something a 'little/ more specific ----
that said party started a than a ','thingomojig' nIUJ\lAS' t:. A. SKINNKU, KNC.INRMKX A. T, HALL, AN) O. F. EASTICKLING, I'I1rht'1'1.
mild feud in the section since it Tilt U. 1':. 11 IN vox! AND MACHINIST MATE L. J. CASANOVA! are shown installing one of the
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NATTCENTERTAINMENT I I Air Training Here I



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I Many Agencies Xmas Wrapping --I'i TIC To Be Scene


II Under \War Chest To Begin Soon i iI Of Permanent NTS

MOVIE SCHEDULE There are 50 left
Thirty-nine different agenciespartlcipa.te I only days to
In the War do your Christmas and)
Community Shopping Aviation
TlltTlls ll\Y-SWING OUT SISTER with Rod Cameron and StudyThe
I
Chest Fund, the annual campaignfor mailing. But don't worry, again
Arthur Treacher; Army-Navy Screen Magazine No 6; at 180< and 2000. I
which Is now under way in this year the Hostess House under i
*KIDAND \TURI>\V-FALLEN ANGEL with Alice Faye Jacksonville. At NATTC officers I the direction of Mrs Normal establishment of a naval
and Iftna Andrews; News; at 1800 and 2000. and men have been asked to make I Dee, is prepared to assist all personnel -' aviation indoctrination school at
their contributions through division I in the gift wrapping and' the Naval Air Technical Training
:UXU.YTHE; SOUTHERNER with Zachany Scott and Betty officers Chaplain E W. An- mailing of Christmas gifts. | Center, Jacksonville, was announced
Field; America China Lifeline, short; at 1500, 1800 and 2000. drews is responsible.for the Cen Mrs Dee, starting 15 Novem-' last week by Capt. Ford N.
ter's participation in the drive. I will be assisted by Red Cross1 volunteers Taylor, USN, Commanding Officer.
l1OXU.XU T1'E \\-FlRST YANK IN TOKYO with Tom In Jacksonville, 21 different wel and officers' wives Any- I The creation of such a school
Neal and Barbara Hale: Community Sing; at 1800 and 2000 fare activities reap benefits from time between the hours of 1200 which will be called "Naval Train-
the Community War Chest Fund, and 2100 you can take your pres- ing School, Aviation. Fundamentals
WEUXt \Y-STRANGE CONFESSION with Lon Cheney and They include Boy Scouts, Boys' / ent to the Hostess House and haveit ," means that in the future all
Brenda Joyce; Synco Smooth Swing, musical; at 1800 and 2000. Home Association Catholic Chari- wrapped in colorful paper and enlisted personnel going into na.
ii sChiiiren-sli: meso.lety( Clara -1 protected for mailing Ship's Serv val aviation will come to Jacksonville
? White Mission, Council of Social I ice is supplying the necessary rib for their early training,
Agencies, Daniel Memorial bons, seals, paper and boxes, to I Captain Taylor's announcement
Home Elizabeth Edgar Home, Girl'' give the gift a personal touch. was the first Important' one con
Stouts!, Hope Haven, Jewish Welfare Last year the Hostess House was cerning ait training In the post
Society, Legal Aid Association I responsible for the wrapping of I war era in this area
Negro Welfare League Old everything from Broadly, under the plan men,
Folks Home, St Luke's Hospital, to dresser sets which traveled!! will be selected from recruit train
Salvation Army, Sunshine Day from NATTC Jacksonville all ing to be given specific Instruction
r 'Nursery, Traveler Aid Society, ;, around the globe. Drop in and take in naval fundamentals. "
a Veterans' Information and Advisory advantage of this service by hav- '-'ill be physically trained with spl
Council, Visiting Nurses Association ing them wrap that special l gift I dial emphasis on swimming an,
and the Y. W. C A. I for youinvisible, I survival!. They will be given tha
While a part of the funds raised I -- --- --- fundamentals of seamanship and
here are used in maintaining Jacksonville I wreckage that war bringsat aviation seamanship, and introduced .
agencies, a considerable home is cleaned up; not un;j to the various aviation "rat.
proportion goes to the National the broken homes are mended; not Ings" which will be open to themin
War Fund which maintains the until the thrill-seeking kids are set I their naval aviation careers.
Z, use, United Seaman's Service, I right and shown the way to useful, i
II
z r a Some of the !
< War Prisoners Aid, and 15 agen decent lives I men finishing th*
L des for the relief of men, women, "It won't be over for us until school will be sent directly to the
Y and children in foreign lands. \ the community is strong, within itself fleet while many others will be
A breakdown of the funds shows : taking cue of the sick, the approved for instruction at one of
that 54 per cent is devoted to fam- aged, and needy; providing the the basic schools operated under
ilies here at home, and 26 per cent' jobs that enable men to stand up the Naval Air Technical Training
goes to service forces. Thirteen straight. I Command, headquarters of whichare
percent is devoted to the relief of, "It won't be over for our Allies in Pensacola.
allies, and seven percent goes to I until their ravaged lands are The indoctrination course will ,
meet administrative, campaign, cleared away with our help, the run 12 weeks and when operatingat
and incidental expenses. I, valiant peoples lifted to their feet its full strength an estimated
The Community Chest's campaign I "It won't be over until we match 1,200 students will be indoctrinating r
announcement says, "The the victory our boys won with in naval aviation continuously 1
war is over but it won't be over this victory of our own In addition, a complement of sev-
(. for us until the last beloved son, "We can start winning that victory I eral hundred in "ship's company"and
and brother and father is home. now with our generous gifts I on the instructional staff will
"It won't be over for us until the to the Community Chest." | (ontlnuenl on 1'age Twelv

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SPECIAL EVENTS t

Aboard jl

}HCIII tOOTBALL GAME. Turret School, vs (Ships Company
) Bombers; on NATTC gndircn; at 1630.:

SU.-\Y-FOOTBALL GAME, Bombers (Ship's Company i VS. :cy
AEM School: on NATTC gridiron; at 1630. I ,
SVMMMING 111 11,1'-INDOOR POOL; Recreational period for
all Naval Personnel and their guests: Monday through Friday 1800 I A ___ ) o _
to 2100; Saturday, 0900 to 1200, 1300 to 1700, and 1800 to 2100; Sun- _
day, 1230 to 1700 and 1800/ to 2100 Children must be accompanied by

patents I
Ml'sIC-Recreational rehearsal room is available to all hands in
the Auditorium Band Room. Instruments may be procured from S. P.i i ,
Lanteri, Musician Ic, daily from 1600-2100 I
GOLf. STATION COURSE Daily trom 1000 to 2000 Open to''
all personnel. Clubs available at gear locker in NATTC Auditorium. i iNA
GOLF INSTRUCTION for NATTC personnel by R. W. Reynolds, iI
SpA)2c( 1300 to 1530. (Special classes for WAVES by appointment). : ly;
I
Sign up at Shack.
I)
IIOSTKss :IOUSE! open daily from 1530 to 2100. Saturdays and
Sundays from 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel and relatives -
and guests $

N.VTIO 11IJKKopen daily from 0800 to 2100. .
BOWLING" daily at Ship's Service from 1200 to :.2030 E _

Ashore 1
Jvrri rime It wa o|>eiied sliip Service liai brwrs
'
s1t'KIY Sadie Hawkins Day. Nuff sail Be careful a popular and \\..11-111\1 rlllll.f'11 spot at NXTIO, T

Ins Episcopal Army and Navy Center, corner of Church and Now, with separation l looming for HO many an.1with
Market Streets, sponsors a dance every Saturday night from 2030 to the Separation Center only! a couple of block, \
2330. Junior hostesses! will be in charge and all enlisted personnel 1 are removed from :Ship; :Service; It in even more iwmpa.m I

invite : liar Many a sailor' l taking the suggestion. to buy ,

SUMMI-Trip to l Silver: Springs: for all NATTC personnel and thing now which he may need In civilian life and I
guests Tickets $2.88 round trip Bus leaves at 0830 from circle out which arl'lI't readily atailaMeoutkide HIM side Main Gate. Leaves Silver Springs at 1800. Special rates for "
is 'Stocking( taking of lower
servicemen and women at Silver Springs up advantage I priw*
I than lie will find "ou I side" Jsullors' are running
.\CKbON\ILLh BEACHES-Buses leave at frequent intervals I
f fTt the whole ganuit of Item*-getlui householdItems
from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathingand
other recreation at one of world's finest ocean beaches Bus clothing/ and jewelry and other gifts for
fare 25c wives, NweetlieiarU, friends. and relalhcH. Most' of t

NAvY MOlllLItb UOisrbS: IIOU.SK, 101 East Church Street a S them am <'onsc ions of the fart that they're relievedof / I.' t

USO CENTERS at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus Ss that iO percent luxury tax on J.'wl'lry. to+- '

Station; Church and Newnan Street; 311 West Duval Street USO meticH, eti", and they're shooting the work. .*. .\bov
WOMEN'S DIVISION at 4J West Monroe Street. i i'l the usual crowd to IM found in ship'* Service

CANOLIfsG, HhlIIMJ, AMI BOATING: Cedar River on San whenever It I I.* open and at left fanKI !oeii tM
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from la* stop on way officers and enllste! IIMMI treain into the
San Juan Row Boats-two hours, 50c; canoes-JlOO per hour, motor
mart when (the dt or" first open| at 1IO ), Altliough
boats-$2,00 per hour, five to eight people per boat.
a good proportion of Die customers these' day amseparale
IIOUSEIJXCKCIUINQ: l\1.\G OI.J.\ ST.\ I,KS. San Juan Ave '
M, many are just laying In a supply I u ft
nue and Lakeshore Blvd. $1.00 per hour for two tours; $U'.J per one
hristnii .
Jwur; groups of eight or ten .$1.00 for two hours HYDE PARK tY- gifts

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( COMPANY PROFILES[ .:


Wiere isn't a football fan at the
Naval Air "Station and a much
broader area than that who lly John Kldtboiirg. AKIMSc
doesn't know about Walt DubZln-1 The A EM "A" School, last week N'k
ski, but there aren't so unrolled the "welcome mat" for a
know that he's NATTCs very own newcomer, Thomas Ward Bruce,
contribution (along with some others .MoMMSc, whose home is In Mil
) to the tremendously success 1 waukee, Wisconsin, Bruce will be
ful NAS Football Fliers this year. attached to the Visual Aids Department
Despite the fact that he's play of the schol as a drafts
ed with and under football greats 1 man.
and is up in that category himselfas I Since coming into the Navy in
a center, few would know it toe July, 1943, Bruce has been all over
.* th.. 1Ud-mannered, unimpo; the Pacific In the latter stages of
I". pS lR7S. always friendly 210poundhulk ( the war his PA 47 (Attack Troop f p E 1!
IS of Aman, who's betn in every Transport) participated in land-
,, |( )Carrie,ith. Fliers have played: Ings at Leyte, Llngayen Gulf, Su- r
; wlib is the team's bic Bay and Okinawa. The little
;ithJ81yearland' led charmed life, for although !
l ship a
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of
'; :-UUD.'t't.as Des the water on all sides
v i'railed ,,by.....halffStJs her churned on many occasions \
t ;,friends (the from the devastating force of pow \
r' fcther' half call \ erful bombs, she never received a L \
him Walt) has --i" : serious hit. The "Kamikaze Boys"
playingeither had it marked as a target several
.n : ""!" times, but they never reached it, \
or professionally t ; and Japanese strafing missions I Il .,
for sprayed Its decks with hot lead
nearly 13 years.In IOne and steel, with little or no damage. l
all that time Bruce, like most of us, is USNR
he's scored twotouchdowns and is waiting his turn at the Pictured being presented with awards by Capt. Ford X, Taylor Commanding, NATTC; with the
Sep" Center. Then Milwaukee I Executive Officer, Comdr. 1C. P. I lee be, looking on, are from left to right; J, I*. Treelay, AOMSi,
of these ocDiibrliiHkl and a certain Miss June Schulz awarded the Presidential Unit Citation while aboard the. US.S. Guadalcanal; M. T, Souooiip, AOM2,
curred recently at the Jacksonville who figures very prominently in receiver of an Individual commendation from Adm. Nlmitz for hint part in the Aleutian Island Campaign I
Municipal Stadium when the his plans for the future. ; A. A, .rllle.hlnl, AOM2o, Individual commendation by Adm. llalsey while! aboard the U$,S.
Fliers were playing Corpus I Franklin; and Joe Ipws, AOMSr, Navy I'nlt Commendation while member of a bomb disposal unit In>
tI.' That score was the ,' ChrlS-j Last week, dlt; ;a typographical Ward Island. -
the same heads-up, alert error, the item concerning the ---
that Walt has been playing for a I eligibility of certain officers 'for I 5PLflSH fROm n TTC i now our reporter finds numerous
about Nov 1st, 50 Move i I events Those who went to the
rood: many )'ear!!. He intercepted discharge on or IAnother I gay
a pass on the Texans' 35-yard has caused a bit of confusion. We \ \ dance at May-port found it to be
stripe and galloped the entire distance want to dispel that confusion. It I one of the best yet. They can no
for the score. One other was stated that "the OinC of the To Sep CentersSaying 1 S
I I longer be called dry-land sailors
time when he was playing with AEM School would be leaving the \\1M":,
t Boston College, he had a similar service Nov. 1st or shortly thereafter their 'Goodbyes' thi s 1 after having been treated to an
experience ." This is Incorrect. Lt week and headed for civiliar hour's crash boat ride under a full
The blonde MlUoachusetts lad Comdr. Sauter the OinC, will\ be clothes another group left NATTCfor moon. The music was supreme,
played with Boston back in the i leaving around Feb. 1st of next separation centers all over the '"
and the girls danced with ease
late thirties when that collegewas year. (1946) country
turning out tops in the way of To the far west and Puget Looking through the Log Bookof Arlene Kruse and Chris Bedsole
football. He has two bowl games I The watch situation being whatit Sound went Wayne Locke, AEMlc, Bks, :51, we Imd the past week won the apple bobbingcontest, the
in his record, having played is these days gave rise to the to San Francisco Dorothy Ferney,, an eventful one A newspaper reporter former being awarded a carton ot
against Clemson in the Cotton. following Incident.: One night last S2c. To Shoemaker went Philip I could hardly resist sitting cigarettes. Mary Schuerman talked -
Bowl in 1939 and against week, Bill Rettig got all set to I Spiegel, Sic, and\. to Terminal Island i i innocently in the WAVES lounge the cook on the crash-boat into
see in 1940. Tennea-j muster his section. At 7 pm., on went William Rosser, AOM- Knitting gives one a good excuseto letting the girls raid the ice box
After finishing college 1940 the dot, he picked up the roster 2c. be there I 1 Mary Sherman and Shirley Weaving -
Dubzinskt took to the coaching he'd been checking and strode over Two went to Boston. Albert Cal- Cupid seems to be hanging both went to the football game
field for a couple of years at 1 to the P.A. microphone. "Duty sec lahan, Y2c, and Arthur Almeida,, around Bks. 51 Lucy Byrne and with May port boys.
Fitchburg, Mass., High School. He tion attention to muster" he I AOM2c, and two traveled to Nor- Emit Dowling were happily mar- I Talking about football. Who
flayed, with the professional New I said. after pressing the middle man, Oklahoma. Ewell Madders,, ried Saturday morning, 27 Oct. didn't go to the Ft. Pierce game?
York Giants, then with the Boston valve down. "Rettig!" 'Here." AOM3c, and Henry Wood Sic. Stuart Edgar claimed Margaret The MAA's are still talking about
Yanks. "Duty section mustered and accounted Ted Tschapplej\ AOMlc and Boyer as his bride Wednesday the peace and quiet they enjoyed
Here at NATTC "Dub" is a phy- for." It seems that every Fred Mulitsch, SY, went to St. morning the Catholic chapel! A that afternoon
sical training instructor in addition -' man in the section, except Rettig, Louis, Jimmie Turner, AOM2c,, i faint rumor tells us that perhaps Rain has become the least of
to turning out his own hard- the section leader, had drawn either went to Camp Wallace, Texas, Al- I the next on the list will be Marga our worries. It didn't stop 10[. Don-
to-match brand of football for the I a station watch or a bar- bert Lancaster AOM2c, to Bainbridge 1 ret Williams We all wish these nell, V. Grammentz, H. King P.
Fliers. Men in the Physical Train racks fire watch. That's the time Md. and Walter Kasten- I couples lots of luck and happiness Meidonick, and C. Bedsole arumhaving
ing Department say they can't re- Bill was the whole show and v fie huber, AEMlc, to Lido Beach Let us extend our good wishesto fun on their hay ride.
<'all ever having asked him to doa are wondering how he managedthe Long Island. the following who will soon be | Having our piano in the loungehas
thing which he turned down Not sweep down that night. The group who traveled to the homeward bound sporting discharge | challenged much hidden musical -
no long ago, for instance, the I Great Lakes Center included Ed-I buttons: M. Lewis, E. Her i iI talent. We enjoy the duets sung
, NATTC football field was a lake Theie'a a certain fellow (a paint ward Luttrell, SCB)3c( ) William I man, P. Hawkes Johnson, D. Fer-1 by L. Sears and Meta Stromen accompanied -
of mud when one of the intramural 1 brush pusher), who's telling the Richardson, S2c, Eugene }{c1.lII-I ney, L. Sears, V. Walle, L. Eel by D Turnbull. E, Her
games was being played. An-I] boys and gals about the time he len, Sic, and Martin Goudreau, I, logg D. Fife, I. Holland, A Simpson man and J. Kahle are becoming famous
other man was needed to handle' recently rode double on a motorcycle AOM2c. I and C Cottrell Benjamin V I'I'I for their interpretation of
one end of the chain, and Walt I and the machine blew a tire Phyllis Hawks Johnson, Bkr, Miller and B. Ziemer have shoved "Country Garden"
was asked. He had a tough game! at 70 wiles an hour Phooey! Did and Odis Loftin went to Memphis of for duty at Norman. Oklahoma, I By the way, have you noticedthe
on tap the next day, but all afternoon : he hear the one about the fellow, Tenn. |i The following WAVES became Librarian Fike cruising aroundin
he waded through the mild I who imbittd a bit too freely at The following were transferredto part of NATTC so fast that we I her new 1910 Ford, Betty Ble kman's -
lit NATTC I times and always wanted to fly the Jacksonville Separation I hardly realized they were new plaid socks, the handsome
Back in Gardner, Mass., there's"when he was in that condition ? Center Louis Cyr, AOM2c, Morris| They came all the way from Astoria 1 articles made by A. Redman whileat
a trio waiting for him to gather I Well, this guy, on one of his Blackman, AFClc, :Maurice Benson Oregon. Florence Barber, I the Hospital, or the skill being
up the necessary points a Walt : sprees, found himself on the 86th AEM2c, John Ayers, AOMT2c Y3c, and Helen Sibley, Y3c, are I acquired by the Personnel girls at
Junior, a daughter, and Mrs Dub- floor observatory of the Empire :, Victor Adams SKV3e, Henry in Personnel and Mary O'Kern I playing bridge ? If you desire a
:zinski. I'State building. He gazed in awe \\hitfield, S2c, Howard Fulton, SKVSc, Is attendng SKV school I locksmith to break a lock see D.
Although his plans aren't too at New York City stretched out Sic, Warren Fowler, Sic Charles This is a little late, but : Turnbull who is an expert at using -
definite, Dub thinks he hardly will before him in all its glory As the Stone, AEM3c, Edwin Wtlklns<>n. ulations to :Mary Burke,conJrat-1 a hack-saw. Miss Spence may
return to the pro football leagues sensation of height began to filter AEM3c, Jacob Schuster. Sic, William Dickard, E, Kondrackl. M. Mahoney 1 not know it, but a number of enlisted -
HP recognizes, and admits, that into his befuddled brain, he got the, Morrell AEM3c: Paul Ar- Wimbrow and R. Bartlett I WAVES were entertained
\ .Old Man is catching up with old urge to fly and without any nette, SC3c, Eugene Tate, AEMlc, | for making new rates one night trying on her officer'shat.
and football is pretty much more thinking, the "dope" climbed I Roy Johnston, AEM2c,; Louis Fus- Getting away from the log book .
a .yyung man's,game, h3i4 'wheniticomeat0" up on the parapet, spread his 1 Co, ACEM, James Hill, CspiX), I ---
,.y > oaChlrt(. wiefatbat'selifferent arms wide and took off His last l Wyman C. Olson, BgM2c, Douglas I
: :::::!I
." 'M ; SKVlc.. ---- t
ry. ? morand um"
.i ing." He didn't know the difference

J'l ''Memorandum.F'or O.O.D., NATTC, I Les, that guy flew alright,
flew all over the pavement when
1 :t- In reference: to Alligator
he landed_ rather sllddenl '. T' '
'On the'afternoon of October 20th of 194;), 0. F. Jordan I ;1

and myself, II. D. Whitfield S2c, were walking around the I The AEM "A" School Officersare i I Ic

Jake by the golf course at 1300 when we noticed a three-foot throwing a picnic tomorrow
alligator in the lake back of the chapel. night at the "Pines," All personnel nbi
I
I both enlisted and civilian, attached -
Not knowing whether it was dangerous or not, ve" went to the school, are invited to Ii
over to the Chaplain's office. We had the chaplain call the I, attend and bring jour family and i .

,yard office, they said for us to watch the alligator until they friends.

could get there and destroy it. We waited until 1500 when

they came and shot the alligator He sank to the bottom of had Our quite old a friend serious, Gus,accident Krause to, who his .

I the lake, then the yard police left arm a few months ago, Is bark i t
i Jordan and myself noticed the weeds moving and watched For the past several months, Gus n

t t e alligator crawl up the bank. We worked the alligator. from has been undergoing: rec'irtiath-e c /
lake To it from dying there. treatment at the Special Nasal
keep Hospital, Asheville, N. C The doctors
After recovering the alligator, I decided to have it sent him back to the Mnin

mounted, so we brought it to barracks 18 NATTC as Jordan side Hospital for another operation -
and myself were taking the alligator to barracks 18, one of [I Keep the ol' chin up, Bon Everything
will out ulrl ht.
the yard police that shot him stopped, and looked at it. come

The policeman left knowing that ,the alligatqr{ was ,not I think I see a h-io around A. A.
completely dead. This morning I found that the alligator was ,Butchers' head these days. Why 6 yb9 ,

alive. I went to chow then relieved the M. A. Mi (for chow>
-wtrn;
Before the Union girl Adding another half stripe to their shoulder boards, two members
The 0. 0. D. heard of the alligator and came to, Barracks: < could finish the telegram, the Chief I of the Dental Department at NATTC recently blossomed! fortha

18 and disposed of same before I could get back to report, ,to, ,Ill"t out a whoop. All he,heard was Lieutenant Commanders. They are I.t. Comdr. 1 L.! C. Smith (DC), ,
the 0. 0. D. what 'to do with the alligator. Continued on Page Twelve USNR, at the kit and Lt. Comdr., A. J. Loring, (DC) USNR.

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Page Twelve NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 1 November, 1945
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They Get Red Cross Instruction From Representative Hoopsters Begin



P y ti Workouts; Nearly


; :: S 50 Are ReportingWith


nearly half a hundred can
k didates working out three times. .I
week, blgtlme basketball will 'Iif'\
turn to NATTC early In Decemb.
Lieut. Comdr. J. J. Gallagher; Ofn
cer-in-Charge of the Physical and
Military Training Department, said
this week. .

While no fixed schedule is be-
ing set up there will be games
twice weekly after play actually
-
kL begins, he said with the first
game slated for 5 December at
Camp Blanding. The Blanding tilt

74; c will t.Last be. a home-and-home arrangemen -

year hoopsters: ,offered
some splendid entertainment witha
Y ?F full schedule of games with '
; N Rt56T nearby stations, camps, 'and1; '
schools and althodgh moat of the"*'
:
top-ranking players of last ye&r' f
have shipped out a few are here and new talent Is being '
and developed at the found

practices. Jimmie Hartigan hastl.-,
been named team manager and
Henry Goldstein will be the P'a'' ."

ers' trainer. .J vi
Two holdovers from last year
include Henry Collins and D. J.
Husvar Newcomer to the NATTC
r court is M. Gjurich who coached a -
high school team in Pennsylvaniaand

who played professional foot- .\
ball in the Keystone State.

Here are the men who currentlyare
I
4 a showing up for practice:
l-S I H G. Collins, SpA)2c( ) M.: Gju-
y k' rich, SpA)2c( D. J. Husvar, S2c.
date ., ... :.x. ;. w.e.. I W. C. Kiminki, AOM2c( D. Fere-

The above men have just completed the latest course on Instructor Training, Life Saving and Water Safety: given by II. G. Marks, zan, SSgt., D. D. Clark, S2c, R. R.
Red Cross field representative, at the new Indoor Pool. Back row, left to right: It. J. Chisel, Sic; L. C. Dodd, Sp (A) 3c; R. E. Matala, Tucker, Sic, C. G. Long, Sgt.. R.
CSpT) ; \V. M. Pirmann, SpASc( ) ; Lt. R. M. Conrad; T. S. Duncan, SpA)3c) ; Bruce Harlan SpA)3c( ) ; J. R. Sterkel, CspA( ) ; and Mr. A, Schmidt, S2c, W. D. Lindstrom,
I..c. :Marks, the Red Cross rf'pre!>elltaUn'. Front row, at left, J. \V. Iljmer, hpAlc( ) ; W. S. Husvar, Sic; S. It. Banley, CSpA) ; D. Mancinl, HAlc, A. M. Kalinlch, S2c, A.
Sp\)3c( ) ; II. T. Amon, CS>pAV.( ) ; S. Holman, CfepA( ); It. E. Black, S2c; and R. C. Coljar, Lt. (jg). H.Warner Rider, S2c, P. M. Kane, S2c, P.
All of the men are assigned to the Physical Training Dept at NATTC except Lt. Conrad, who is attached to PBY Squadron, NAS, AFClc, C. R. Stewart.
Chief Matoia, attached to the Turret School, NATTC, and Black, assigned to Student Officer's detail, NAS. Sic, A. G. Morrison, Sic W. A.
Ridgway, AOM2c. C. M. Hunt, S2c,

_. Mighty Turrets Keep{ Firing Away Training SchoolContinued NATTC Hostess A.nualo C.,Nickell S2c P., SKV2c J. Calaghan, C. A., AEM-Spag-

I ; Ic, R. E. Holden, S2c, M. S. Hunt.
from I'age Ten HAlc, J. R. Ferguson, ARM3c, E.

Grab Off Another One From Bombers be located at the training school. Gets Tampa Nod C. Polanski. AFC3c,, R.SpA)3c L.( Thompson) J. H. S2c Erwin -

Present plans call for the schoolto L. C. Blackwood SAD2c, J. G. My-
That slick, fast-working Turret up for the afternoon, neither team be in full swing by the first of For ChildrenA ers, S2c, R. L.: Fetzek, S2c, F. R.
.
School eleven did it again last Fri- I the and the first men coming
.
year
getting In a scoring position from Layson, Cox; A. Nahmias, Sic, and
day, taking the count of Ship'sCompany's there on out. here from recruit centers, having J. J, Hlasney, S2c.
Bombers 16-0. been designated for the aviation couple very close to the heartof t
Turret gained a two-point lead The starting lineups: branch, will arrive some time In Mrs. Norma Dee, in charge of ii4- !I

early in the first quarter when TURRET Adams Pos LE BOMBERS Liddell November. the NATTC Hostess House, recent Seaman School
Lastoski blocked Fusco kick from flowers LT Heller Establishment of the school hereis ly received recognition by the
the 15-yard line. It would have bilwanovic LG. Redmond another Indication of the Impor- Tampa (Fla.) Morning Tribune
been a touchdown but the ball was Labat' RG C MeunerU Slater: tant role Jacksonville 'will play In upon their discharges from the Opens Monday
rolling so rapidly no student could GhiunneM RT Hawkins the Navy's avlaoint training pro- Navy. .
get to it before it rolled beyondthe tauter Haltlch RE QB :bvltonek Kinaey gram for the post-war era. The William. Dee, formerly AMM2c Another class in the NATTC
end zone, automatically making LaHullier LH Darnel announcement is the forerunner of is her son and was stationedfor Seaman School will begin next
it a safety. The Bombers had White RH VariroLasuld several which will be* made out- some time at Mainside. His
Monday running over a period of ..
gamed the ball by holding Turreton IB 'u.co lining the broad program of naval wife, formerly a petty officer who seven weeks.
the 10-yard line but the at- Official: Referee Muir.; umpire Kel- aviation education which will be relieved him for overseas duty, also Men
ly; head linesman Cappi.Earrlier successfully completing the
kick out of scoring terri- carried at the Naval Air Tech-
tempted on was stationed here
In the week, the Bombers course will be eligible for advance
doom.
tory spelled the early and AEM School played a list- nical Training Center. Discharged from the Navy to- ment to the Seaman, First Class, "
A 70-yard march netted Tur- gether, they plan to attend col-
less, never-threatening scorelesstie. rate upon recommendation of their
6 1
ounces
weight: pounds
stop
rets their urst touchdown midwayof lege under the G.I. Bill of Rights
Bombers had Throughout the game the ball stop both mother and daughter do- division officers Lieut. L. F. Taylor -
the second period. Dee plans to study aeronautical
never was inside the 20-yard territory ing fine." Officer-in-Charge, pointed out
kicked to the Turret 30-yard engineering at Michigan Tech in this week. Those wanting to en-
Fullback toote faked a On several occasions, the doc- Houghton, Mich., and Mrs. Dee
stripe. Bombers
The Turret win over the roll in the school should obtain ap-
punt and picked up 16 yards and the Bomber-AEM tie game tor attending Mrs. Marcy had will continue her study of music. plication blanks from their divi-
through the line for a first downon stated that the "blessed event"wouldn't Dee was discharged at the Jack- .
coached
put the outfit being by sion officers and submit them to
his 46-jard line. Right End Bal- Specialists Bender and Berrett way arrive before Nov. 7th or sonville Separation Center after Lieutenant Taylor not later than
in the air for 8th. However, Mrs. Marcy felt sure
tlch reached high out in front in the tournament play seven years of service. His wife today.
it, for an- it would be around Oct. 21th or
snagged served in the two
Linsey pass
and
first with a total of 17 points. Navy years The course gives men an oppor-
and 25th. She knew what she talk-
a was
other 15-yard gam The starting lineups Tuesday: was discharged under the recently-
to the
tunity gain practical study
la two plays, Foote pickedup ing about. (No discredit to the
down. BOMBERS Fos AEM Initiated regulation which permits
of in all its
first on the 22. MD meant). seamanship phases.
15 more and a Oonahu LE Olivier Waves to apply for discharge if
Studies all the from
six. more and LaHullier Curry LT Snyder Ch. will be range way
He gained Marcy treking over
Greiner ; they are married.
Heller LG "Rules of the Road" to
splicing
dropped eight when he ran into CacoimiBl to the "Sep" Center soon. He fin- I
Chisel C The couple met while they were
steel cables. Knot tieing
his own Interference but a play la- Davenport RG I'rew ishes his 6-year hitch on Nov. 7th. I both stationed at NAS. "In fact "' canvass
Knit the various
Hawkins RT sewing signalling systems *
the nearimpossible
Baltich did Not thank His
ter shipping over,
Corbett Rt UlleryCanterbury you. I the Tribune recalls "they almost: and other topics are includedin
again taking the oval high QU Schum tour of duty Included the Hornet I met at the same desk because Mrs.
well-rounded
the
above his head and crossing the heroes LH Thacker and the Lexington. He was on the course.
standing up. oster Vargo RH Crumi.rusco Dee took over her husband's job The "A to N" assignments In th.))
stripe when
double Hornet she went down.
kicked the extra point F B Kolenda when he moved to the Pacific Blue Jacket Manual are reviewed.
-X- coast. She was a specialist third and before completing the school ,
The In second the second touchdown half after came Bal- Loper Official; head: linesman Referee,, Feldman.Coyer umpire, Then there's the "salty" Sea- class and he an aviation" machin students'st&hd> .i .exttomatlon: -:on?:ar$: .
early
man, First Class, who recently ist's mate second class. those dozen "* f'
,
phases ,
.
tich recovered Barnes' fumble on -i-: purchased a tailor-made necker- Mrs. Dee's parents live in Tampa, } r" i ,.; ...

the Bombers' 43-yard line.combi-The NewsreelContinued chief but couldn't tie itl! A civilian I and the Tribune carried a two- NATTC Hostess Hou0 k where 1

LaHulller-Baltich clicking passing and two passes i happened to be nearby which wasa I column picture of the couple witha Dee's mother la on duty each day, ... 1"1
nation was
of fcteven life-saver for the poor bewildered story. in charge of the varied programthere. x:
netted 18 yards. A couple from Page
I
I I seaman. They frequently were at the r. "; '' ;, {'
runing plays and another pass "It's a girl.. He got so excited he '
placed the ball on the 12-yard line was going to hang up the tele- '
for a first down and then Lastoski phone, but the girl called him back Kolenda Goes Around Right EndDespite t,:
tossed one to LaHullier who tookit and read him the rest of it.
on his shoe strings going; the I Addressed to Ch. J, V. Marcy, ..
remaining seven yards. Foster con- Area "C" Office. Bks. 17, It said' "
verted again. "You are the father of a baby girl ( <

That just about wound things stop born at 11:30: H p.m._ _, Oct._ 23rd '

NATTO l"OO'l'U\LL STANDINGS .. .
(Through 23 October) 'j "
Points Points Trn't I"1 It
Team Won Tied Lost Won Mid Point
t.::" Turret..5 1 0 48 7 17 t

I Bombers . . . .2 2 2 21 29 12 "
AEl\1 . . . . .0 4 0 0 25 5
Individual scorings 1'D Pat Total I)

White (Turret) . . . .6 0 6
Lahullier . . . . ,12 0 t2 .
Foote (Turret) . . . 6 I 7
Bender (Turret) . . .12 1 13
Donahue (Bomber) . . 0 I I \
Barnes (Bomber) . . 0 1 1
Marek (Bomber) . . 6 0 6
Fusco (Bomber) . .t. . 0 2 2 It'
Svitonck (Bomber) . 6 0 (iSackett
(Bomber) . . 6 0 6 '
alUch, (Turret) . 6 0 6 runs and playing at shown above, the Hhlp'n Company;; Bombers; and; A KM School: went to
Foster (Turret) 0 2 Z 1- tie last Tuesday in one of the NATTO intramural games. In the picture ran be em
S Halfback Fargo moving in for the kill while AEM'n Fullback Kolenda In carrying the ball.W .


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