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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 1945
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL.. 3, No. 4C 13 December, 1945

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command


I I; Future Of Navy Is At Stake I


: Bob Chester Signed I SECNAV VISITS HERE I Command Joins

For Chrislmus Dunce Fight AgainsTMerger PlanThe

(e Topping all the Christmas holiday events slated for per-

sonnel at NAS Jacksonville this year is the appearance of '
future of the will
Bob Chester and his orchestra at a gala Ship's Dance on the
be decided within the next
" evening of 22 December at Mainside Auditorium.IS .
few weeks it appeared this
The big news was announced by i ,
1 BOOKED I I the Welfare Department yesterday week.
'. following long weeks of negotiations The Navy will not be absorbed
: to bring a big-name band, by the Army without
I here for, the Christmas celebra-
3 some opposition, it was also
I tion.NATTC personnel will also Y certain.

r ,' I the fun of dancing Bob s I For the Navy is rolling: out its
sparkling rhythms. The band have.. h 16-inch guns for broadside blasts
'r. play at the NATTC against the encircling steps being
night of 21 December at a gay taken to engulf the Fleet under a
,.,):. Crew's Dance. unified aimed forces command
t Bob and his band climbed into I Command headquarters here at
NAS Jax all other naval
Continued On l'a Seven joined
: ; activities in an attempt to stop the
\ Army-sponsored movement, whichis
Other Events scheduled to be reported out to
r, the Senate for hearing by the mid-
dle of January.
{ Are PlannedOther :Navy By-l'assed
In an obvious attempt to by-
h'W' events on the Christmas > pass the Navy, the proposal has
.... calendar which is rapidly taking
-- -- -- never been submitted to the Naval
,;,, non CHESTER; will bring his : shape are the Annual Christmas Affairs committee for recommend-
r x'1. "out-of-this-world" music to NAS Party for the kiddies, scheduled' ations, but is now before a Senate
'::; k.' Jax on 22 December when he plays i for 23 December, and the Christ Military committee.
I ..; for the station's Christmas dance. '' mas Day Family Dinner for all en- I Commanding officers throughoutthe
:'<, y,. It's part of the gala Christmas I' listed personnel and their de- country will attempt to inform
; being whipped up by pendents. John Q. Public during the next few

Welfare for you gobs and gals.__ I Already applications to attend q ... .... .. ". weeks of just what a socalledarmynavy
i I
have been in to 88SRVHW. v m wv.i in cr I1.@.3r. i
the pouring
party would
-I merger mean.
'F. Chaplain Paul H. W. Olander's office SECRETARY OF TIlE NA Forrestal was at The Navy denies that it is a mer-
Captain Albert I in a steady stream, and it Monday for a brief visit while en route to Washington. The SecNav ger, but rather a swallowing up of
promises to be the biggest ever had an hour-long conference with Captain F. T. Ward, Chief of the Navy Department by the
held. Last year almost 700 chil- Staff of Advanced Training Command, and Captain A. R. Brady, Army.
: Heads Chaplains Continued on I'age Seven Commanding Officer No official statement was released on his pres- Extensive press and radio releases -
.', ". ence here, but it is believed the secretary had inspected the Navy's speakers and writers, another
< Captain Francis Lee Albert, south Florida search provisions for the five naval planes reported tools of information will be
': ChC, USN, new Senior Station Gala Officers missing since Wednesday of last week. used to tell the Navy's side of the
1 Chaplain, came here from tem- proposed absorption.

...: porary duty in the Bureau of Party Is SetNot Talking Dog Jacksonville's civic clubs have
'\',' '' '. joineditn the Navy here in pre-
,,', to be outdone by all the fes- senting Navy arguments to the
tivities of the Xmas Season, the Who Ever Heard Of Such A ThingAs public, it was indicated in a let-
'i ---- -- --
t r! f Commissioned Officers' Mess Clubin TOUR: ANCHORAGEA
. ,, : Building 10 will be the scene of Dog With Sailor's Vocabulary? large delegation of prominent N
I' a gala party beginning at 1500 on
Jacksonville citizens, including -
if,: Xmas Day. The bar will open at 'I Ky AIUHLK M. GKKk>K, \2c ; Majorhiteheail.,
that time and free egg-nog will b* Staff WriterA
:- Chamber of Commerce official
from 1500 to 2000. Dinner)
,f.:, will be served from 1600 to 2000 newspaperman gets to hear about a lot of crazy, im- and representative of loral
and radio, Mill be shown
reservations are now being accepted possible things, but this was too much. A talking: dog!! Ba- an press important function of the

'kI' for this day.served.There will not be loney! Navy; this Saturday, vthen Ad- ;

any luncheon I wanted to say so, but didn't -- intial Kalph la\lson: and members -

I': Christmas Decorations theme will of follow holly the wreaths usual, In this racket you learn to keep Musical Revue of his staff sill conduct a

";j mistletoe, Christmas trees and all your thoughts to yourself. Not only tour bj boat of the recently established
it's a good idea for any- I anchorage located at
that goes with this happy day. On en Cove Spring. This event
: J The in Building 705: will be one to follow, but sometimes you Here"Hats
annex: To
Ii IiI Play ,: \\ill be one of many designed to
Continued Page Seven I
; (., I Continued on 1'age_ Seven | on Miow the public the importance
"f: -- Off" a musical revue and and scope of the Navy a* it operates -
: I SALTY DOG something new in USO Camp today. Admiral Datison

Shows, will be presented tomorrow \\ill address the group at lunch,
night at Mainside Auditorium following the inspection, and
The revue is wound around Bill! I the Ja'on9ill be returned to
Bardo and his band, one of the ; XAS Jav bj bus.
I)) _J most versatile il} show business.
In between giving out with some ter: sent by \V. S. Johnson secre.tary .
of the sweetest, mellowest music of the Jax Chamber of Com
this side of heaven, the boys in the meice, to member clubs of the Civ.
Naval Personnel C following a tour variety ic, Round Table
band present a full-fledged
at sea on the staff of the Com- ; A show. Each member of the band Would Affect Jav.
mander of the Seventh Fleet and I is an accomplished showman as Mr. Johnson pointed out that
of the the "merger" would have a vital
as administrative chaplain well as a crack instrumentalist.
Philippine Sea Frontier. Maestro Bardo is gifted with a bearing on the present and future

.. During his last tour at sea with : % I line of spontaneous patter and is welfare of Jacksonville, a "Navy"
MacArthur-Kincaid team in city.: And so the campaign to acquaint
the of Hollywood's ablest mastersof
lone Jax citizens and other Floridians
: the far Pacific, Captain Albert was ceremonies. His band helped
senior chaplain in the Allied Command make "Whoopee" "Sonny," the with the dangers involvedin

., with 200 naval chaplains ( Goldwyn Follies" and other films the merger plan has been
"' caring for the religious services hit movie shows. Continued On Page Seven
':"(\ and spiritual needs of 250,000 Navy Also on the bill is James Evans,
i men from Australia to the Philip-\! a veteran headline juggler who
,; f. ," pined I docs more with his feet than some 4MLC0. uf.Oham
,;;; Before leUaiuig to the States jugglers do with their hands. He
; ,J if' I in October, Chaplain Albert flew combines flash with talent, and ,
'j.t ,! 78 spiritual missions, over 00,000 S I all of his props are colorful. lIe '
it ,, miles visiting 206 Navy chaplains t ends up juggling a full-sized bed
on 30 different islands lie participated ik$ ., weighing 180 pounds, and in none t
In the dedication of 46 of his routine does he use his
1\\ new Navy chapels in the far places. -"OH," MV ACHING HACK" may not'be- ;exact- words that'Jerry ; I hands once the trick is underway. \
\" ,)i Captain Albert is a Southern I world-famous talking dog uttered during his visits to the i I Rounding out the show is the ')YlaM1t

Baptist, now in his 28th year in wards at the Naval Hospital here last week, but they serve to illustrate comedy dance act of White and
I f -I the Navy. He was the youngest the fact that Jerry can actually talk Watching Jerry with interest Manning First to introduce the
chaplain to enter the service in as he gives out with a few samples are, left to right, Joseph TJoomps-A-D a is y" number to
World War I. W. Knight. Jr., SIc of Chicago, John E. Brosz, AKT2c of Ludlow America, they amused audiences
t Captain and :Mrs. Albert have Ky; James V. Hamby. ARMSc, of Columbia, S C.; Gary C Chavis, I'I with it at such famous might' spotsas .Biro
taken a house at 1456 Edgewood S2c of Mobile. Ala. and Wilson! Knight, Sic, of Atlanta, (ia., in New York's Leon & Eddie's and 30''t"
Circle, where they are at home I the St. Regis
: wheel chair
, .
1IiI'" I .
: Ensign ----
two daughters -
their -
with -
... :
Ferae Mario Albeit, USNR. : A''

ter, and Betty Lou Albert, a [ I5

at Robert E, Lee high 2r

-. 1 &. --------.---- \___________- .


Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 13 : :


I HOSPITAL HAS DATE WITH NAVY UNIT _d .. .. _.,. ,,_ .. __ .__

Y : y ar -

. Il> LOIS A. LEER, 1'20
All the activity you saw downIn
the WAVE area the first partof 1
this week constituted movingclay I
for the Welfare Department I
Put now they are<< in the final stages I
of getting settled, and what a setup U.s. '
they now have!
All welfare activities are located .
in Building 716. the main deck 'i It) Celia Zoe : ( '

consisting of the gear room craft Till CAST OF "NAVY DATE." an all-Navy show of four WAVES and eight sailors which will i Alffle S.
shop, and Welfare Office Topside be presented at the Naval Hospital here for four nights starting: 21 December, Is shown above One of was awarded
plans include a movie rqom and the four entertainment units of the Navy, "Navy Date" is touring hospitals from New England to vember. The
lecture rooms in which a varietyof Florida. ing the medal :

classes will be<< conducted in the -- -- ---. -- --- -_-__-_ ___ ___u_____ ____ ___ .. ___ __ __ __ ______-__ __ ____ I meritorious
near future. yeomen (I don't mean the weather I ticipating in
For those gals who want to keep I ). My roommate's boy-friend ,I dio Gunner
on the beam as far as their cook- life in a scout bombing
girl friend ii a and her i
yeoman I
ing ability is concerned, there will in the Hilthh
be a kitchen for their use Present f boy-friend: is getting out-so she area 20
plans make it possible to mix up a wants discharged, too. Please, San- Glen Plaid SuitThe 1942.\ :' The
batch of fudge, toast some I ta, see what you can do about un- by Captain C.
wiches, make coffee, but it's fland-I I tangling: this meill.I ing Officer of
Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil within two years after discharge
,I \ I I I from the service or two years after I
to I "NAVY
I I the end of the war, whichever it
>> I I! later but in no event more than all-Navy WAVES
five years after the end of the ture

I i::I war. "I give t.lanclnsand:

I and in the "
ium for four <
t Academy Exams cember. This

Set 17 AprilEnlisted the ment Navy Branch Llal,

\ touring Army )
men of the Navy and from New >!: &:
Marine Corps who can meet spc cast includes ;
cine requirements will be eligible :, WAVES, all
for entrance examinations to the ,
U S. Naval Academy to be given, professionals
\ 17 Apnl 1946.Me'n going into Nav
15 i of the regular or eserve ises to be one
classification! that are selected will its kind for the
be ortleid to the Naval Academy'Preparatory itl

Md., for School at Bambridge// -. ,
an intensive I The :
at prepare them for the examinations mittee for the
Special forms requesting nominations I chosen and :
are available through Division :M J. King ( ) ( )
officers and must be completed I W. Ledjaid ( ) )
and submitted by tomonow Fiances { ( )
: Immediate action! is necessary so Ens Anne
that applicants) may be examined Celia Zoe longer.:1
by selection and medical boards Pharmacist J.
: ) | and be recommended bv the Commanding Sticsslcr of
j Officer to the'Bureau of I Good! peed, '
: Naval Personnel before 1 January the posters and

1046.Requirements for candidates are: I Christmas

I 1, Must be of officer caliber I NOTE TO
) 2. Must be a citizen of the
United Be lure and

i I I I 3, Must States have completed one year :I i open in jour
of Naval Service, I Company
(' I I nine months of
whici' must be active Hospital
i duty by 1 I 2400. The
I I \ I July of the year in which entrance
the music. It is
to the
i academy desired, I
!' 4. Must be not more than a good dance
211 hand tomes the !
the years of age on 1 April of the )'('
entrance is desired,
: I 3, Must have completed three I The WAVES :
wars of high school' or its t'fJUh'aI'nt gift wrapping
men only. They (
P"I I 6, Must be recommended by his pretty paper .
!:: I Commanding Officer I what mine
ly / 7, Must pass a rigid physical gifts for
examination :
: i over, fellows, ;
8 Must have a GCT score of 88 to wrap them
above on- -" test---- .,rl..\.'.n..'. t""..,'VI"rn>.. .IK..,.. Santa in the
all June 1913, or a score of 60 or I
I above on GCT given subsequent to The Red :
tiN) I 15 June 1813.Uniform. Christmas /

\ 2230 Auditorium 13 '

Patrol'Is I hundred
; I 'I I Jacksonville to
; I I I Ii Established music of '
or i I which ahould be
A special) patrol to instruct per the patients.
to I in the proper wearing of/
wh I naval uniform was established Mrs Virginia
da I I the station this week instructor from
The patrol, consisting of three I former ('
I II daily, is composed of two of ray Studio will
I \ Of tie rank Of lieutenant.._.. nr structions in
---" y.
,' two chief petty officers and every Tuesday
$ petty officers\ Each patrol has and Thursday
four hour watch, enabling 12- These classes
coverage of the station from struction as
to 1000 on": work days.
The OOD has general supervi New arrivals
of the patrol which is operat- pital staff:
in the area around the front Chief }'
If the Main Administration Build- Lain, USN,
(Bandshell, Supply, etc); and the USS '
Poet Office and Ships Service Fortj-four !
i eft. i the Hospital
-- da, Md, and 17
Corps School at )
Chiefs To Elect This group
elates of \\' >
Quarterly Heads Schools and in '
Anne List, Wave >
New officers for the next quar pital, "they're
of the CPO club will be elected the first claSH \
a regular monthly meeting Mon- ag I" :
at 2000. Detached this '
All members !have been request Lt, (j jf?) ( )
I, to attend. the meeting at the USN detached ]

_.t LESS:" :
: NICK:, NfcW; ICIDR (SEA). Had
llempntrail.. N 1'. (SEA: ). An i ing servicemen:
impatient auto enthusiast stole a longer.A .
demonstration 1946! Buick from a preview 'of

JoNLS abandoned show room) ,it.took a Joy-ride, then I or ed more that womfn's inches

t .

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13 December, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

I -Men 38 With Dependents Can.I IN THE NEWS &T IMS Navy Paper Says

.. (a Get Discharge Upon Request Pll ar k J1 Points May Drop J//

,( -- Enlisted_ personnel 38 years of -- ----
age or older having dependentsmay nel in a disciplinary status; enlisted Two Each MonthFrom
be discharged upon request I personnel restored to active tt ,
without regard to their point : duty on probation after disciplinary -
scores, according to AINav 415,i measures if violation of the ( the Sand Point Static,
dated 5 December 1915. I| probation would result in a BCDor NAS, Seattle, Wash.)_....A new air
I Eligible under this AINav are DD. of suspense crept into being and
I enlisted personnel whose rates Personnel eligible under this AI added to old airs this week with
I have been frozen, too. Excluded are Nav must make written request to r +t'v the "official-unofficial rumor" that
1 USN enlisted personnel whose period their commanding officers who are points will drop two points a
month after January 1, but don't
of enlistment or any voluntary authorized to approve such re-
extension thereof has not explredi quests without prior reference to oount on extra points for sea duty
retired enlisted personnel; enlisted BuPers. Processing will be or battle stars. The word came via i
personnel of the fleet reserve; through the same facilities and in I Ships' Editorial Association, and ,
enlisted personnel who are hospit- the same manner as, those provided has had no confirmation or additional -
alized or undergoing medical or ed .other categories of person- I I comment from any other
dental treatment: enlisted person- nel eligible for release quarter.
I Reason for the "proposed drop"

Demobilization To Reach Half-way I I poll may taken be attributed among a selected to an official cross-

I section of 4,000 reserve officers
Mark By February; Reaction Varied I which showed that 8.8% are defi-
nitely interested in transferring to
lly Ship Editorial AssociationS I ---- -- .- 1 the regular Navy
faring of points for discharge of i thus holding their crews that much Meantime, the Navy's campaignto
enlisted men from 39 to 37 by 15 longer. On the other hand, Senate sign over reserve officers ti>
December and from 38 to 36 on 1 Naval Affairs Committee members Regular has hit a clip of about
January will mean that by Febru- have complained that laying up I 1,500 a week and the applicationsnow
ary the demobilization schedule combat ships is eloVing the trans total more than 7,000 The
will have reached the half way port service 'peacetime Navy requires 28000
mark, Fleet Admiral King expressed I r I line officers in addition to the
Reaction to the progress of Navy, alarm that demobilization is pro- ,i it present 11000 regular officers in
demobilization is varied. Rear Ad- ceeding at such a rate that the the service.
nu"ral William Callaghan, USN, Navy could not fight a first class I J .
Assistant CNO for transportation battle today __ while families of
has explained that Naval personnel ''I men in Navy service, according toa I 'Crossing Equator
Is needed to man ships bring- I national straw poll, were 38"0 I
ing'dischargees and also to decom- convinced that the demobilization
mission ships. If all ships are retained I system needs overhauling, 35% ; Hazing CurtailedThe
for transport services, he convinced that it is a fair system,
said, it will delay decommissioning, and 27rp undecided __ rites given members of the

p : 1crip Ancient Order of the Deep have

Bond Purchasers Courses Offered been AINav curtailed 376 in accordance with

I The AINav states "In view of

__ Complimented By At War College sulting reported from injuries pranks and in fatalities connectionwith -

crossing the line ceremonies,
Naval Official I Applications for postgraduatecourses 74' commanding officers will hereafterbe F
offered officers will be taken held strictly accountable for I
in accordance with five Alnavs
those and similar hazing a
Servjce and civilian personnel at issued this week
within command on any occasion -
NAS Jacksonville received a be- Senior and junior courses of 11 Symbolism may be retained
lated pat on the back last week for months are to commence at the t but degrading and potentially\ dan-
their wholehearted Naval War College, Newport, R.
backing of the gerous practices, including many
Bond I., on 1 July 1946 Line officers of heretofore tolerated will\ be
Savings Program followingthe antics ,
commander and above can apply .. "
surrender of Japan.In I discontinued forthwith
for the senior course and of lieutenant -
a letter to Rear Admiral commander for the junior : Although crossing the line in
Ralph E. Davison, Chief of Naval i course Applications are to reach thought of as anything but a
Air Advanced Training, dated 8 I Bupers prior to 1 April peaceful ordeal, it originally\ start-
November 1945, the September reports -I Cancelling Alnav 1j -5, another I ed out from the custom of peace i
for Navy aeronautical activ- Alnav states that reserve and offerings made to the gods of the (
ities were termed 'splendid." by temporary officers accepted for sea Neptune Amphitrite and I
John L. Sullivan, Assistant Secre- 1 regular navy as well as line officers i their friends _by the Greek and ,
tary of the Navy for Air I of lieutenant commander and Roman mariners. As time went by, 1
"It is of real interest to both the below will\ be required to complete I'I'I the purpose of the ritual changed
Treasury and Navy Departmentsto a general line course at Quonset and it became really\ rugged. The
see the high percentage of par- I Point, R. I., as facilities become I roughest sort of ceremonies were I,
conducted when the Vikings, Saxons -
ticipation that is being maintainedin I available. A one-year postgraduate -I I Normans sailed the
and the
systematic savings by both course will convene July, 1916, I
crossed the
seas and their ships "
and commanders be ordered
Navy and civilian personnel, the may
assistant secretary wrote to this class if application is sub thirtieth parallel or went throughthe :
I' '
mitted to reach BuPers to 1 Straits of Gibraltar.
prior .
"The September figures of 81 .
cent for military and 93 April.
per per
I Post-graduate courses offeredare
cent for civilian personnel places : 'Ghost Fleet' Of
your activity among the leaders in..
Communications (Applied), one
informed.both categories"My,sincere the Admiral congratulations was- I year; Aerological Engineering, two Be Laid
2,080 Up
to you and to all personnel :. sign years)I.; Applications and Naval Engmering for these must(
in your command. I F I be in prior to 1 March for classes i| SEA i An inactive reserve
Additional congratulations to all i convening in July Requirements' fleet of 2,080 ships will soon be I i'';)
were offered by Admiral Davison I can be found in Alnav 401, and t' In\ \ sealed and laid up by the Navy in
In Headquarters Circular Letter NavActs 13 and 14. ...-- 11 stateside ports. Another 550t
No. 96b-45, dated 4 December 1945. I vessels are scheduled for sale or
,. I
T21 scrap.
Officers Needed I Accept Officers I.. ,, Of the inactive units 1,007 are
slated for East Coast berthing, 921
For Fleet DlltV'The For OrganizationThe qi for West Coast and 149 for Gulf (
office.rs areas, Ships will be kept airtightand
services of many i Board of Directors of the' stocked with nonperishable ,
now eligible for discharge are Navy Mutual Aid Association has stores. They can be manned within
critically needed for active dutyin authorized the acceptance of applications 10 days and ready for action aftera
the fleet. for membership from ui- P PV 20-day shakedown cruise

Those qualified for command, regular, per nsnently commissioned All larger combatant vessels will
' .) executive and engineering duties and warrant officers of the I be staffed with skeleton caretaker
are necessary so that members of Navy, Marine Corps, and CoastGuard crews. One ship in each group of
the armed forces may be returned on the active lists why are smaller\ units will house! a mainte
not over 45 years ot age; midshipmen
from overseas and ships of the reserve nance crew.
of the Navy; and cadets of
and Inactive reserve properly Ships marked for inactive reserve
laid the Coast Guard whose application
up. about
is accompanied by completed medical or scrapping comprise
Duration of the service' is esti- two-thirds of the Navy's wartime
certificate by a medical officerof
mated at six months and spot pro- .j.-w total From the remaining 3920
the Navy or Public Heaiti ser- ..
motions are authorized where responsibilities announced last weekin vessels will come the active peace
vice, it was \
warrant it, AINav 417 .. time fleet some In full commission,

'-""-' -- ----- Regular monthly premium rates -I others in a ready status.

STRIKER have already been distributed to 1, CHRISTMAS! SEALS' are being sold daily at Mainside, Berthing areas where major
naval the AINav combatant of the inactive reserve
activities ships
many NATTCen, and the Naval Hospital by wives of naval officers Shownis
stated, and are published in the will be laid up are Boston,
SandA News Letter for November. Mrs D. B Ventres, wife of Capt. D B Ventres, Public Works Philadelphia, Norfolk, Newport

Officer, selling seals to Doris Deare, HAle, Maude Horne, HA'2c News, Va., Charleston, S, C.,

Kamikaze Missions and G W. McCrea, AMM2c (right). Bremerton, Wash, San Diego, and
N JSeparatees a
Lost Their AppealSEA Z. C.U>1'\lS A. K. IHUIIV, VSN' Commanding Officer, wel- possibly Bayonne. I

comes Rear Admiral J. J. Broshek, USN, to NAS Jax for a surveyof
( )._ The "divine wind" of the operatic i of industrial activities. Give
suicide attacks lost its appeal to
3. MKMHhKSs OF Till N.V\'VS Industrial Survey Division, on
Jap fliers\ shortly before the war's I In PollThe
end so that finally it was neces- the station this week, are shown at a conference. Front row (1 I. to Opinion

sary to draft men for this duty, rl) : Captain M: M Cloukey, A&Il officei.; Captain Brady. Hear Ad- Jax Personnel Separation
-) according to Haglme Onishi, 32- miral Broshek; Captain L. M. Atkins and Captain H. C. Gwynne. Center is participating in the Navy
year-old at Jap Yokosuka seaplane Naval pilot Base- Back row Lt. G I. Jordan, Lt. F. J. Fellows, Lt. Comdr. J. E Weiss, wide poll being made of separatee

i After the initial outburst of pa- Captain J. E, Ostrander, Jr, Comdr \V.. O Jackson, Jr, Captain CJ on the!! question ot "Should the
United States Have Universal Mil
triotic excitement subsided Kami- C Hitchcock and Lt Comdr. A. M. Johnson( "
itary Training
1 kaze Onishi missions said. rapidly diminished, -I, MOK: ()r 1111: MIOIITY MO is Verle C. Moe, Ylc (right) Results for the first week at the

Few of those drafted for Kamikaze and Benny Kahn Sic, two former members of the NAS Jax Publnfo local center showed 66 per cent in

duty lived through the final office, who got together in the Jax Air New office this week. Moe favor, 15 per cent in opposition

qualifying tests. None of the vet- was on the USS IDAHO In Tokyo Bay, but is now on the MlbbOUKl and 19 per cent undecided, accord
eran Jap fliers wanted to be ing to Lt. Joseph V. Shilling, civil
cide pilots as most were ) SUI-I in New York. Kahn, well known Florida sports writer, was separatedhere readjustment officer. Total of men

and had children, he concluded last Friday. polled was 1,907. I



Four JAX AIR NEWS 13 December, 1945

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The JAX Am NE\; \S it published Meekly at the U S
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compliance with Secnav Circular Letter 5-3i6:! :28! May 1945.:
Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval All
It is e:1Sto become so engrossed in rou
Station, the Natal Air technical. iralnlngCenter, the
Headquarters of the naval Air' Operational ralnlnlt Command tine work that we forget the purpose of it.
Naul Auxiliary Air Station Green Cote Springs,
Watal Auxtliary Air Station Cecil Field, the Natal Air A certain railroad president, according to a
Gunner. School. the U. S. Nasal Hospital, the Naval Aux.
which is enough to be true
lllar.v Air Station Municipal No. 1, and the Naval Auxiliary story good was
Air :Station MayportCfcHfln making a tour of inspection. The superintendent .

Anthony R. Brady, t'SN. Commanding was showing him! over the local station
JurkiKiiullle Naval Air Station and yards. As' they were standing on the

Cat-tain Kurd N. Taylor USN. Commanding station platform, an old man with a flue in
\ CenterCat'teln
last Air Technical Training
one hand came down the platform alongsidea
Clarence J..Bro MC) USN, Commanding each wheel with hum-
V. S. 11\\ Hospital train tapping car a
mer. The superintendent called him :and introduced -
Cai'taln Maurice M. DeWolf. USXR. CommandingNaval
Personnel Separation Center him to the }president

CVli-i-ifl; Martin J. Kelleher. USMC iRet., Commanding... "This man," he said, "has been tapping:
Marine Barracks this line for
car wheels on twenty-eight
Commander Dolecek. \Commanding IJ
Fatal AE' Ounnen School rears
"Fine !" said the president.'hsat do you
Frank J. Corbln. USN, Commanding
Naval Commander' Auxiliary Air Station, Green COle Springs / tap them for'I: he old man straightened up,

: I looked at the president with guileless eyes,
Commander: Howard :>:. Commanding : : :
Naval I Auxiliary AirStat'ion, Cecil Field 'and confessed : "Blamed if 1 know !"

Commander Salem A. Van E\ery. Jr.. USN. CommandingNaval Sometimes even in our religious practicewe
Air Station, Municipal No. 1 -
Auxiliary .
; :- get so absorbed in the routine that we
Commander John R. Huhn. USNR, Commanding : real The real % of
Naval Auxiliary: All Station, Ma> I'ol'tLlfut : forget object. purpose
every religion is to make good men and wo-
Col. William T. Exann, USMC: (Ret.) Commanding
Marine AI lal Ion DetachmentThe E13rTIc meit good according to the pattern whichour

; ; Service particular faith determines to be (;ot.s!
JAX AIR NEWS: recelvea Camp Newspaper
and Shlp'i Editorial: Association material. Republication way. If the practice of our religion) whatever -
c>I credited matter prohibited without permission of CNS,
War Department, *J5 E. 42nd,$t., N.V.C., or SEA, \VasnIrjiten J. JoN'' 5 it may be makes us helpful neighbors,
25 D. C. Republication of any other matter, agreeable playfellows, reliable partners loving -
except by service publications. I It prohibited without
permission of Editor. JAX AIR !NEWS. and devoted fathers and mothers, devout
---------- believers in dod.; ,<11\(1 law-abiding, patriotic

WOULD YOU KNOW\ WHAT TO 1)0 WITH IT IF YOU I citizens, then it is i quite worth-while.

I Letters to the EditorDear I HAD IT, MATE? I For those of us who are Christians followers ..::

of Jesus the period of Advent,

which we are celebrating, now in anticipation -

Editor, Not For UsA I, of the glorious festival of Christmas
understandable when a Marine Guard
It is provides a time rich with possibility look

hauls you over to the Corporal of the Guard few months ago, when the army-navy merger was earnestly, our own individual habits and I

'as you attempt to crash the gate with a camera first proposed, we thought it sounded like a good idea. We practices toward all people, to make these

tucked securely under your arm, and said so. Phrases like "unification," "elimination of duplication .' personal relationships) religious in the very

without badge, pass, or any other official ," "increased efficiency and economy in the national de hest sense, and to make our characters andpersonalities
such that 1 the reflect good men
permit. But why is it that a regular employee fense" sounded soothing and persuasive.: The merger idea and good women. Our observance' of Advent

of the NAS, who has his finger printsin had a surface plausibility and an air of inspiration: about it. and of Christmas\ must not he merely rou
the files and badge correctly pinned on
a Through the adoption of I this one brilliant device, we wel'l'told tine.
the lapel, must go through a daily unpleasant
ritual in passing through the gate ? all the traditional flaws in our national defense organization *

Entering the station by bus you are met would be wiped out. '

bv a Marine with a club, a gun, and an expression I Well, additional facts are available now, and it's plain

) that's apt to ruin your spirit for the that the army-sponsored merger plan, is not the cure-all thatit

day. If you are among those standing up I was supposed to be. Details of the plan have not been

you are ordered out the bus with a commanding worked out and alleged advantages of the plan will not \bear) .
:-01.111 II to 1 OKI M\\ lilt !I tlltf.lt6/ Mil:
iKT;); OUT! !, which makes you wonder ,I close scrutiny. It seems fairly obvious after study of the i i i )t;, '.

nervously what will happen on the day you proposal and the background of its promotion to date that : I \, Ii ,
leave that badge on the other coat hangingat I ".'" |I' n Ii I .d! i "r.. ... '
the is a patent political move by the to absorb ,
merger army .
111.n. '
I "
"" o 1'0 tllr I..J..r il IVr-c.nnH i : hurling' HIM.iv
home in the closet. If you happen to be the and to add to its peace-time budget. The ,' .. .,,
navy own combination 11 I. ) "' '''in' 1 1- I. \.1 |lot| lit' limit.)
talking to yourself or to someone next to you, of army and navy air forces into one combined air ,

the guard has been known to take it as a personal I force, envisioned in the proposal, marks the culmination of Catholic WiOJ"SI.: ('barrltI'IOlin, KoAd and JltunnclUUIIfRue..

insult and holler WHAT WAS THAT! !, the army's long-standing effort to gain: control of naval avia IIMII.MM.H.OtttO J
mentally backing you into a corner. I tion. M.UJ.
lliH') HIiu :Mass
Stories of Guard-discourtesy have been There's a feeling of innovation about the plan to combine nOO--Ma. .
in acl'Oss'lunchtables. I Cbrl.Il"orltn.: ." Sertirei Miutin Road and l whispers
exchanged armed services under one Secretary of Armed Forces, and .
Once a young lady was ordered out of the the sober historical fact remains that no army control of 1100--Snuill, chapel.Latter ,
ll.iy MinUt !Small. of Muslin mil
in rain and amidst wellselectedcurses corner
car sea-power has ever been successful. Tactical domination of Mirniiii, (IMIII.
and dragged over to the Corporal of 1900-\lutu.il meeting (Wednesday).
one service by another service is i unsound, since the full potentialities -
pettish. Krliglnui "'rull'.'. arid Krllunklilp, Hour
the Guard because she had complained to the
of a dominated service are never realized. The tiidj.v. isi i small Chapel: Muslin ana Liirmlncliam.
Marine about his language The Corporal of ; MJ Inside,
place for joint action rests with strategic control exercized .,
rues'. 13iU: -1at0-Chrplalns' Office. NATTC.
the Guard reminded her kindly, that the by the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Cooperation between army and '1'uerday. 17tJO-111JO-lhaplaln' Olfice Yellow Water.
duty of a Guard is a rough one, and that out- :[ navy has always existed, as recent campaigns in Europe and I First Tlluiiday ol each month 1700-IS30( Chaplain's Oi
bursts should be expected and taken) for 1 the Pacific once nlol'C4 remind us. anti the present attempt to'' Second flee, l'huudav NAA:>\, Green Cove Pllnlils
of each month IG3O1SUO. Rc.idlng
granted. She was sent off with the reminder, force specialized services into one molt! would sacrifice the I Third NAA& Mayport.!
that to talk back to the Guard, any Guard, advantages of specialization for the sake of attaining Thui-iUny of each month. ISoOlMO.! Chapel Jax a,
Note: No .cr\"' In PBY IlangJr Area WJ
is a serious offense.On of action already present in sufficient degree. unih'l t

another occasion one :Marine waved The army's claim that there has been parallel ,, --h_ __
a car on while another had something else tween and nain matters such
army as intelligence, photographic 1 The Book f
in mind. Seeing the car on, the second ,
pass reconnaissance, and procurement is nut borne out by -- -. .
Guard ordered the car to a stop} yelling : -
the facts. Each service has its own specialized! use for the Does a newhouse into
"Listen buddy, that's a goull'a)' to get a come your plansfor
efforts exerted and there i is
so usually no motion
bullet through your head," a remark which waste involved. the future ? If *0 the :Station:; Library,
I has both books) anti
magazines which
would impress any one as being mor-
bid. Perhaps the greatest single threat to the national security help those dreams and. plans come' true
involved in the merger plan is the fact that the Navy.1 There are plans for the construction of
It is understood that guarding a gate i ia is and the :Marine would exist homes
Corps cease to as highly specialized suggestions: for furnishing and dec-
serious matter even with the war long organizations. The Navy's; power would be emasculated prating rooms, and landscaping the grounds.
since over, but it does seem to me, that the since in all and all voice the
voting Navy would represent" a I Too it' you aiv planning to redecorate 01' re-
commanding officer should take) our gallant minority group and the :Marine Corps would inevitably be model your old home you should be able to

Leather-Necks aside sometime, and guv absorbed: in the army's" ground forces.) Both services have I I |!"irk! tin some pointers. Whether your budgetis
Diem a little talking to about common courtesy. contributed this defense methods
to country's far small
out of proportion \ or unlimited there are suir Civilian. to their relatively small numbers. I all. Anyway, there are no- limits as to ':i

Annoyed The merger proposal is now before the Senate Military how Jar+ we may let our fancies roam. Try ,I

Committee, and i is scheduled( to be reported out to the Senato one ot t these magazines : American ]Home, 4

Most of us will l1eVt'rf'C' a stack of floor in the middle of January. We\ believe that the time has Architectural Forum, or Better Homes and &\..

lashed sea bags without feeling again some come to forget personal irritations and minor dissatisfactionswith (Gardena; ; and some of these !books : .

of the excitement of shoving off for a new our Navy life. We believe that every reader of this Dunham Planning Your Home for J5tt-

assignment. If one thing symbolizes the paper should use every influence at his command-with ter Living.

eternal change of life in the Navy, this doesr friends clubs, and congressmen-to fight against the meiger./ Draper J Decorating) is Fun.

So long as we are in the Navy there will be We believe that the primary objectives for every one of us Creightoiu

new duty new shipmates. These can enrichour are as follows: 1. To kill the merger; 2. to have the merger Planning to Build

experience. Each place) \v? are presents I plan referred to the Naval Affairs Committee before the Waugh Planning the' Little )House.

.. interesting: personalities if we will treat Senate receives it for vote ; 3. to devote every effort f to inform Johnstone Building or Buying a House.

them so they will reveal themselves.Kaneohe .- the public concerning the real arguments against the threat Whit on Elements of Interior Decora

: KJij'per' I 1,I to our national security embodied l in the merger )proposal., ,tion.Page .


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I 13 December, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page FiveREPORTER

I A NEW USO snow REVUEA titled "IUU
Off will feature mil ] ard.* and

) t hit band at the Mainside auditorium \-

tomorrow night, and two

t supporting| | a
tI.I. provide fur an entertaining; editing.
At left In the comedy

dance train of White and Manning -

) which hall appeared. die PRESENTS

several night Hubs and It roadway .

I 8ho\\IIJ. They'\e also been

seen Warner llnm. and Paramount .

j Evans: ,picture headline IleUfw juggler U James h.* MAINSIDE MOVIES

jj Al ; has played In every civilized THURSDAY!

jI country lit the \\ u'lil and has BOXING SHOW Naval Air Station vs Maritime Academy.

j tSM been featured In musical production FRIDAY

and in vaudeville\
\ On the stage USO SHOW 2000.' No movies.SATURDAYSUNDAY ,
I > W x the principal theaters In America.

On his last tour of England:
he gave 'command performance 'THE BELLS OF ST. MARY"With last year's Academy Award
winners, Bing Crosby and Ingrid Bergman returning to the screen in a
for I the King and queen.lie .
'"-- .. ..- ,_.. worthy successor to "Going My Way" Crosby again! has the role of a
haw entertained thousand I priest which he portrays in his easy manner. Saturday 130'') only.
) of sen'Icemen. Sunday 1430, 1700 & 1930. Basketball game Saturday 2000, Naval
I, Air Station vs. Welch Convalescent Hospital


"LIFE WITH BLONDIE" The latest In this series of a likable
young couple attended by a special providence which sees to it that<
b their misadventures always end happily. Arthur Lake and Penny Sin
gleton have the title roles. 1300. 1700 A 1930
'H I o t
II l lift + TUESDAY

I "PARDON MY PAST." A delightful comedy with Fred Mac.
J -- -ii*+' '- --T i *- T*
i Murray portraying a dual role Two persons of like appearance 1 Iii the
cause of many comedy situations that provide plenty of laughs WilI -
lt> Lost ,\. Leer, Vie 'e u s, M I I Ham Demarest and Margurite Chapman head the supporting cast.: 1300,
i QUESTION : What would you 1 1700\ & 19:JO.

like for Christmas: other( WEDNESDAY>:

than a discharge or :a leave? F 1' asS. i
No Movies. Basketball game 2000, Naval Air Station vs. St. Johns
ANGCLO N. QUAGLIA, AMM2c. ., Reserve Fleet.
Platnfleld" N. J.

"I'd like a wife. I'm lonesome STUDENT OFFICERSTHURSDAYFRIDAY .
o:: and want someone to( keep me com
) pany,"

J ERNIE MORRIS, Sic, Gawja: I '
"VACATION FROM MARRIAGE"-Robert Donat. 193''
"I'd like the assurance that I'll e i (NO MOVIE SATURDAY' )
gel to go to college when I get" 3 '
out. I believe in the G.I. Bill of Ry SUNDAY
Rights, but I'm afraid it will take "ENCHANTED FOREST"Edmund Lowe, Brenda Joyce. 1930.
tau much red tape to take advan
tage of it." :\toNUAY.TU" snA Y

WAYNE PANTER, AMM2i "THE BELLS OF. ST. MARYS"-Bing Crosby. Ingrld Bergman

Lincoln, Neb 1930.
"I'm going to be on my way WEDNESDAY
home with a discharge in about a
week I'd like a nice new oar wait : "LIFE WITH BLONDIE"-Aithur Lake, Penny Singleton. 1930.
-- -- --
irnq; for me when I get home
BETTY( wiiii'r u\i it. Sir De :
trait Mich, OTHER EVENTS
"I'd like to get transferred away
from this famous Southern "ho til.I BOXING-Boxing Show Mainside Auditorium, :2000. Naval Air
ity." I'd like a taste of good, old- Station vs. Maritime Academy, For information regarding workouts
I, fashioned Chicago welcome I call Lt Rubino, extension 593: or repoit to Mainside Mat after 150):

BILL BOLKMAN. Sl<', Roik I| SWIMMING: Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming 1200-
8. C ---------
1300 and 1300-2100 week days Saturday 1200-2100' and Sunday 1200-
"I'd like to spend Christmas Eve It's much warmer down there for ,! 2100.
at Mc'a1In Branch they tell me one thing;, -OPA-'Vai.ns Vet
It ((1 quite a place." MUSIC. Musicians Interested in playing in the Welfare Dance
ROBKRT: BLAND AMMtllc BILL TOFT Y2r Trenton N J"I'd !and call Ext. 493. Saxophone, trumpet, trombone, base piano, guitar.
like a blonde :5 tall, about Instruments furnished.IJOWI.IriGSix .
East St. Louis, 111.
Of Being GyppedBy
120 pounds, with at leant $20,000.
"I'd like some good! chow for a alleys located in Mainside Recreation
If I can't Ret that, I'll settle for Building
change something other" than one with $10,000. If I can't get N,), 3, Alleys are open from 1000 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and ,
I meat loaf. I'm looking forward! to that, I'll settle for a blonde." Auto Dealer 1200 to 2100 on Sunday. Instruction available by appointment. .
putting my feet under our own' I
J dining room table and eating plenty OOLF_Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturdayand
of mom's good! cooking," 'Ir FOR IIKAVY: SLEEPERS; ; I By Camp Newspaper Service I OSOO to :2030 on unda)'. Golf clubs and! balls are available at Golf

SHEILA BAUTELLE Sir, Manchester Ft.Vti>'IIf'. Ind. (SKA) If you're buying a used car, House Free instruction to Naval personnel" by appointment, call extension
r I N. II, young friend trying to waken Fred don't get stuck by unscrupulousdealers 8157. Bathing trunks prohibited on golf course. i'

"I'd like to get transferred bark L Smith, a heavy sleeper took off as many a vet has. There'sno .1I0n\GlLOpen daily to enlisted personnel (with Liberty
to NAS Vero Beach where I was Smith' shoes, poured lighter fluid: need" to be gypped, for the OPA' Cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason
j before I wan sent to Jacksonville on his socks and set hU feet afire (Office of Price Administration) ) Field.
--- -- -------- has rigorously controlled pricey
'I I not only to prevent inflation, but''' XSISRacquets and balls are available at the Physical Train
HEY, MAC to prevent those who need! cars ing Building No. 72$ and equipment rooms at Building !'Io. 3 and on
now from being victimized. I, the Mat Atea (corner of Mustin and Yorktown Roads). .

S Since all used vehicles have ceil-' RECEPTION n STEn. The Reception Center, located in south
r Ing prices, whether purchased froma wing of building No. 935; is open to N.A.S. personnel and their guests
dealer or private owner, it Is illegal \ from 1000 to 2l00: daily
to sell for there
more though
;{ UO1'IriOsn- SAILING-Call extension 623, Yard Craft UuilJ.eel' .
M no bar to selling for less. Piicea:: ,
for information
are based on make, year model
and body type. ) I.IHRARYLocated on second deck of Mainside Recreation Built-, ,
A seller may charge the "as Is" Ing No. 3. Openfrom OSOO to 2100 Monday through Saturday and from
price, calculated from those four, 1200 to 2100 on Sunday.TiS11iN.Fresh .

factors, or a "warranty" price, us- water casting rods, salt water and fresh water
\ ually 25r*, higher. In the latter hand lines available in the Welfare Office Building No. 3.OLLiYI1ALL .
4t case, the dealer must certify in
writing that he will pay half the \' UADM1N1ON, TOUCH 1 Oc)1')(. ..._Ofacer personnel
normal cost for repairs or replac-1! 1 pieviously scheduled lor sports in the Auditorium are requestedto
\ ; ments to keep the car In good operating meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized activities

condition for 30 days orb| ATlir.LKTIC: : 11EIK-: Available In gear issue room. Building 3, 6'
1,000 miles, whichever comes first t lower deck.
If the car has a radio $30(
be added, and $10 may be
/ for a heater. If you want to pay>> WAVES WEEKLY PROGRAM

cash, the seller may not require
time payments nor can he make
you finance the purchase through 170'. ')-Conditioning i class Shuffleboard con t.
i! any particular finance company.You 1715--Hockey piacticeWAVES athletic flell.
cannot be rt'|aired to trade I 1800-Hambuiger Fry.-Cokes WAVES (picnic area; fry your own.

in a car to buy annthr, but If you FRIDAYMaiiwlde
: do, the dealer must give you "rea-
\uJitorium-USO Show.SUNDVY.
sonable value" for it. To determine
real>able vale, pet bid fr.wn

4O other Lit')*' ". :. 1300-Pop Concert--WAVES. club, Bid*. 812-Guest invited. '
j Hefoie making; purchase, check
f with your local OPA Price Control
Board for ceiling prices. 1700. Conditioning class Shuffleboard court.
If you have already bought a 1715-Hockey PracticeWAVES athletic field. .
car and think you have been over 1UESDIY
charged, make the same check
The OPA will get you a refund it Conditioning class at 1700. 5 5

I I I you were bilked. It got, such re- WEDNESDAY '
funds for four vets at one of its! '
17 X) Conditioning class Shuffleboard court
eastern offices in one day recently
I 1800 Bingo Prizes\ Grand Prize WAVES Club BldffJ! 612.
r by, I Guest Invited Come win a prize. ( .
Sailor, ashore to pretty girl:
......... I "I'm a stranger here. Can you direct Special to all WAVES and Sailors. Model sketching cla*" now
/AXIS: CAUTEK gives that com hither look. She sins. tot*. me to your house?" opening on Tuesday' and Thursdays! 1930.::10,). Building WO



.. -II!

Page Six JAX AIR NEWS December, 1945


Ii HAS Ring Team Meets Maritime Academy Boxers Tonight


: Flier -Cagers- -Play Welch I THREE STRIPER 8 Bouts On Tap In First '1J

Army Five Here SaturdayThe Match Of Winter SeasonAn

extensive winter boxing season will open here tonight -

courtwise NAS Fliers will go into action for the R I when a newly reorganized NAS varsity ring team meets

second time this season when they clash with the invading 2 : the U S. Maritime Academy fighters fro"Ca .tine, Me.

Welch Army Hospital five of Daytona Beach Saturday nightat .: Tne_ matcn win consist or_ eight
the Auditorium starting at 2000.
PLAYERS action bouts
FLIER packed starting at
The tilt a threegameet
opens 2000 at the Auditorium.
for the local quintet during the NAS GOLF TEAM NOW COACHING
next seven days. The Fliers were Little is known of the Maritime:

I slated to kick off their JS-game DEFEATS MIAMIIN TIGER ELEVENIn outfit, which will stop off here on

schedule Following Maritime here Academy the last Welch night team.contest againstthe CLOSE MATCHThe against tomorrow Howard Academy night's which game I to a .crulse.be strong.but the team ia reputed)

smooth-stroking Jackson- a is slated for 1930 at Ocala, the It will be
Coach Sterling i the
Geesman's club ville golfers slashed out a 6V4 to NAS Tigers will be operating un- I first tes* lor

will meet Camp 514 victory over :Miami's touted .r, der a new coaching staff. !the new NAS club
NAS aggregation last Friday at Replacing Irving Kier as head which
Blandmg thereTuesday r packs a lot
and the :Miami Country Club, with Lt. mentor of the colored gridders Is of power and ring
next Wednesdaynight S. Epler and Lt. L. Lux leading Don Lesher, SpA)3c.( ) He is being I' ,ability. Among

will play the way by virtue of their clean assisted by Phil Centola and Jim the lads who will

host to the St sweep in the foursome with J. Kerman. I see action to- \1
Johns Reserve Eiler and J. Leland. 0 Lesher and Centola were mem- night are Sal Alvarez
Fleet quintet of Epler and Lux defeated the :Mi- '; bers of the Flier eleven during the and Jimmy

Green Cove ami duo, 3-0, in a wellplayedround past season, while Kerman formerly 'I Moore two popular -
which featured some fine ," played pro football on the west
Joe >
Springs., Trosper : > f standbys: ,
A Waves game matching the shooting by the Jacksonville men. coast and was also catcher for the !and Eddie Chiz, a

local lassies against the Welch I In the No. 1 foursome, Jack Harvey Lt. Comdr. Warren 1'. Mc-\ Flier nine last summer highly toutedLt.

nurses, will precede the men's and E. D. Stewart were defeated Gulrk NAS Phjslcal Trainingand Lcsher's A & R touch football RubIno newcomer

I clash Saturday night. I by the :Miami top duo of Watson Welfare Officer Is wearing team recently copped the title in Lt. Tony Rubino, NAS boxing

The Fliers are expected to have and Barrows, 3 to 0 three full stripes now following the EM league competition and if coach, plans to line up a number

anolhei top-notch season, and they The No. 2 match ended in a his der.recent Comdr promotion McGuIrk to has comman been- the Tigers do as well with his sys- of outstanding matches for the

boast plenty of class in the tenta- stalemate at ilk to 11,4, R. W. In charge of the extensive P.T. tem there should be plenty of cause winter season, including meetings
tive starting lineup announced by Reynolds and H. V. Howard dead- and Welfare here since for worry on the part of the How- with college teams. The schedule
Coach Geesman. program ard gridders. Providing the col- will to the forefront
locking their :Miami opponents, G. for- bring boxing
last June. A Bostonian, he
Two standouts from last year's A. Stromgrem and F, F. Gaine in merly served as P.T. and Survival ored footballers have had time to here, ranking it with other major

fiye, Joe Trosper and Bill DeMars, a nip-and-tuck match. Officer at ComFalr Quonset, absorb and successfully employ the sports.
will open at forward. Ward, Sheffe The fourth round saw D. C. Point. newly acquired set of plays in the Members of the NAS team fol-
I former Brown star who towers Sweeney and J. H. Shaw of Jax de- past week, the Tigers promise to low: 120 pound class-Eddie Chiz;
I six feet four, will start at center. feat M. C. Thrash and R. Nelson give the opposition a stiff argu- 127 pound-Nick Carrisal; 135

Guards are Ned Staitz, a star per- 2 to 1.Yesterday's. ment Friday night. pound-Sal Alvarez; 145 pound-
MFATU Wins At the Jax Ball Park last week
former from Akron U. Har-
anjl! matches with Pen- Ed Whitson; 155 pound-Whitey
ry Platt, who played at Florida sacola were postponed. No future the Tigers were turned back by Stagg and Jimmy Moore; 165:) -
and Northwestern. Coveted Edward Waters, 34.0, urdcr the *
date has been set for this return TrophyThe Reid
arcs Loose play and failure to pound-Toby ; 175 pound-

go. --- coveted Admiral's Trophy capitalize on a few breaks pre- Paul Crosby; heavyweight-
Sports signifying station supremacy vented the station club from scoring George Haas.
The boxers have been
Sportin' AroundBy In sports program compe- training
intensively for tonight's match in
tition for 1945 was presentedto ---- --
Program Editorial AssociationThe MF squadron officers Tues dally workouts starting at 1500.

:' backstage story of the 1945 day. The presentation was made Net Team Downs Any men interested in joining the
I the by Rear Admiral Ralph Davi- team should contact Lt. Rubino at
ADl\IIUAL'S TROpny grid season was squaring off
j Teem W L everywhere between returned serv- son, Chief of NAATC, with Lt. Miami, 5 To 4; extension 593. .
NAATC 2 1 icemen players and out-of-date Col. John Howard MFATU
A Ml"ATU 2 1 2AFiS 4COMMANDANT'S coaches who tried to act like chief Executive Officer receiving the Welch Next FoeThis 1945: Unbeaten-Untied Elevens'

boatswain's mates or top ser- trophy for the unit.. Team G. Pts. OP.

TROIIIY geants. After takig it for 4 years afternoon at the Welch Army..9 412 45

TUf's-Th1lr League from tough guys in tough situ- Touch Gridders Convalescent Hospital courts the Alabama . . .8 375 66
Team W L ations, the ex-Gi's weren' impressed NAS tennis team will trade swats Oklahoma A. & M. ..8 252 63
VPB 4 0 0 with the rantings of musclemen Edge Lee 1312The with the Armyjietsters. It will be Arkansas Tech . .8 311 6
Ans a 1 who treated them like prep-school the first set of matches between
Oberlin . . .8 230 40
AItR supply] a 2 2 1 boys who needed to be hardend up. spirited NAS touch foot- these teams, and little is known of Gustavus Adolphus..6 138 19

Male Galley 1 3Alrt'r.wm.n Nor did the tear-perking pleas to ball team nosed out Lee Field last the strength of his season's Welch Arizona . .. .S 193 12
0 aT4 "go out and die for dear old Back- Thursday, 13 to 12, to remain in aggregation. Redlands . .. ... .5 150 13
0 4 water" far. first in the NAATC inter- their tenth
get very Men who had place Seeking victory in 12
Wed--FrllA'ague gone through Guadalcanal and An- station league. starts the Jax boys were slatedto Fights Tonight
Team W L zio and Iwo Jima had no idea of The win was No.3 for Coach meet the strong Pensacola net
._. _., ..
OItG 3 1 dying McGarry's club team here -- -
or even breaking a finger, if Barney againstone yesterday on the Main-.
POW Dispensary Guards a 2 1 1 they could help it, for dear old loss. Grimes was the out- side courts. The Goslings blankedthe

Boathouse 2 1 anything. Collegiate football to standing player against Lee scor- NAS outfit 9 to 0 in the first
VM 1 8Communications them is a game to be played for ing both NAS touchdowns on spec- engagement, handing the Fliers,
0 1 fun instead of maj:'hem. Even tacular pass catches. their worst defeat of the current

SCORING LEADERS those who play ball for a living Insist -'- t-- campaign.
Admiral Trophy-Map-In. MFATU 24 that it be a reasonable living. AP ALLAMERICAFOR Last Friday at :Miami Coach Ep-
point*. High team MFATU 86. The days of the gladiators are- ler's boys racked up a 6 to 4 decision -
High Tuea-Thuri team, MIATU x..gue-Scbober 102. AFIS, 21. for battlewise vets, anyway-over. '45 SEASON over the NTC team. Resultsof

We xro Bechtol Texas
/lUiii ,
row : Dispensary 20. didn't mature as much as their Singles-
High team, POW Guard 85. players. They wanted to keep on Tackle-Dewitt Guard-Warren Coulter, Army.Ohio C. D. Nelson (Jax) lost to Lt.

playing bully. So there were squab- Amling, R. Bradley, 1-6, 16.J. .
The "X" Girl bles and strikes and feuds all over Center- Vaughn Mancha.. Ala G. Spottswood (Jax) lost to J. "
the country at :Minnesota and Piers, 3-6, 2-6.
Ohio State and Arkansas and Pitt, I bama.GuardJohn Green Lt. Plattner (Jax) defeated H. h1' ;
to name a few. Even in pro foot- 1 Albert Nemetz Jones, 7-5, 6-2. .J Y.
Tackle ,
ball players on the Cleveland Rams I End-Richard Duden Navy Army. J. Burns (Jax) defeated L
threatened sit-down strikes if they i Jones, 6-1, 6-1.
Back-Herman Wedeme f StMary's .
weren't treated like men instead of ; J. Trosper (Jax) defeated Lt.
high school freshmen. i Klovstad 6-2, 6-4.
Back 'Robert Fenimore Okla-
\ A. Berke (Jax) defeated J. Gun-
homa A & M.Back'Gle.
Dlts and Dahs: Man Mountain saullas, 6-4, 6-3. g4' +sssa t
Dean, reduced to a mere 280 ,t1 Davis, Army. Doubles-
Back Fehx Blanchard
pounds, says he's retiring as he's Army. Nelson and Burns (Jax) lost to

) "too old ana too skinny" to wres- Repeaters. Bradley and Piers, 3-6, 3-6.
tle Star Pilot, Main Chance Floyd and Miller (Jax) lost to
Farm two-year-old, is a likely win- Wake Forest Grid Star Jones and Klovstad, 5-7, 3-6. ;

ter book choice for next May's To Try Iron Man Stunt I Plattner and Spottswood defeated -
Kentucky White and Jones
Derby Eddie
Ricken- 6-2. 61.
backer has sold the .
Indianapolis Foreman, Wake Forest center,
Speedway for $750,000 to a local plans to try an "iron man" stunt I CONTINUES COACIIINO
financier. Primo Camera, onceworld's of playing two. post-season foot- KINGS POINT, N. Y.Lieut, Jx 3J
heavyweight champ was ball games only three days apart.I (jg) Earl Brown for the past two
knocked out in the seventh round Manager Champ Pickens the seasons head football and basket- :

of his attempted comeback in Mi- Blue-Gray Association, said Fore- ball coach at Dartmouth, was
lan, Italy The named head
American Bowl- man advised him he would gridiron boss at the
ing Congress' 43rd annual world's the annual North-South classic U. S. Merchant Marine Academy

r p championship tournament, which here on Dec. 29, then rush to Jack- by Commodore Giles C. Stedman,
starts next li March will be con- sonville to play with the Wake USNR, superintendent of the !
tinued two days beyond the an- Forest Deacons in the Gator Bowl school. Q
nounced closing date of May 6, be- against South Carolina on New J *
cause of record entries indicated. Year's Day.Middletown. George Barr's umpire school,
. which will be held at Orlando,,1<"10..,
THAT WHITE HOUSE has been approved for enrollment
(SEA). __ Emperor Hirohlto's Football/ of returning servicemen under the 3t

famed ,white horse "First I is no longer sacred.
Army Lt. Dick League arbiter announced.
Ryan of Los Angeles, rode the fa- high school football team of ,

mous nag In Tokyo's Armistice Middletown, Conn., was taKn on Bob Feller, speed ball ace of the '
Day rodeo. a one-hour tour of the station last Cleveland Indians, will conduct a 1 i
I' Saturday, one *bf the sightseeing free baseball J
school at Tampa, \ ;recent addition ; the NAS
Then there was the sailor who excursions made by the gridders
Fla., for major and minor league ring tram U little Eddie
was Just waiting for the day when during their brief stay in Jacksonville players returning from the armed f tilone of needy the best amateurboxers
he could wear the creases in his .
forces and for well-recommended
In his In UndeaD1'
trousers fore and aft instead of The Middletown squad came to youngsters between the of
ages A ,
Navy nOpound..r.Chlz
port and starboard. Jax to meet the Andrew Jackson
17 and 21 The school will open combines a terrific punch
High in a Kiwanis-sponsored postseason January 20 and continue for three with shrewd ring strategy. lie
Two ants were running at great game last Friday Jacksonwon weeks. has never been defeated service -
speed across a cracker box. 34 to 7."Leftovers. .
,.f *X" IS FOR CLAMOR, the bouts The youngster formerly
ways "What's the rush? asked the Soldier: "I was out with
my fought with the )IElDlpILiINAT1'O
material accompanying this picture first ant."Cant again" the "
growled nurse.last night
team. Chin Is due to seeaction
of RHO's Rite Conlay.. Pretty you sect It Says, 'tear cannibal as he gnawed Oat two old Sailor: "You're old enough to be In the NAS-Mart-
sake f.l tonight
along the dotted, Hue'. maids out fcy"
time Academy ,match here.,

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,-J 13 December, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

Commercial I HESS AIN'T INTERESTED If You're Sick All Publnfo Work

>' Bulletin 7 b4 0. Go See SickleyA Under NAS OfficePublic

!! (Bulletins mast be submitted by 4i30Monday
). T fellow who Is Sirkley !snow Information Offices) her
a pharmacist's mate.A. -
FOR SALE lost key men last week with the
House trailer 18'. sleeps 4i: I burner ojns E. Sickley, HAle, of Le-
stove with oven, furl oil heater clean ; nore, 111. recently passed an examination departure via the separc. .ion proc-
and In excellent condition, priced rea- at NAS Jar; for ess of Lieut. William H. Bartlett,
aonrfbly. Trailer Michael Court.Sydork AMM3r Wesconnett pharmacist mate thir&t. I I assistant Public Information Offi-

Portable combination radio with record- ;vl,' .o cer at NAS Jax and Lieut. R. J.
player recorder and public address ay.t..m. Barrett, Public Informaion Offi-

69 communication. Ala small table receiver model radio Also RME-Cush- Other EventsContinued cer tor NAAdTra on the staff of

man. '45 model scooter 6293 Lin wood Admiral Ralph Davison.
Ave.; Wew>nnett. Combined work of NAS
Set of CPO blue, rise 88, worn only twice from Page One
126. Ext.: 8617. dren attended the event, and de- CNAAdTra public information duties
Child'i chain-drive tricycle and one ..coot..r. spite the reduction in will now be turned over to Lt.
personnel, '
Riddle Ext. 372.
R )Jan', bicycle, "r<<,-war. good condition, $25. plans are being made to accommo- Comdr. James F. Kelly it was an-
1147 Cumberland. Ii date even more this Christmas. nounced by Admiral D: :80n.

l-room stucco noun* In Island View to About 300 youngsters from local Lieut. Bartlett, who has served
the right of
Collini Rd., near St. John.
River on tyirmona St. Mrs. (J. L Wood- Jacksonville orphanages will be as Assistant Public Information
ward.Bov's special guests at this year's party. Officer and director of NA3 radio
roll top desk with desk lump, $10.Wlrhounky. I programs since reporting aboard
1106 Committtees! Named
Allegheny Rd., Ext
''''' in
608.8mm. August 1913, Is retutrmng to his
,M projector, brand new, O'Dunlel I, we. t Working alongside General j I' pre-war job as program director: of
Shop 478. Ext. 744. s Chairman Olander in preparing for I Radio Statioh VVSB In Atlanta Ga.
j I rooms of furniture. 5 piece maple liv I the big party are:
-.. J: ..... ing room aet, 2 month old: 3 bedroom : Lieut. Barrett, the other half of
v "'. '.1 dinette *<*! lampRt' drapes; kitchen GENERAL COMMITTEE. the Public Information "B"
I) _} tit en alii, reasonable, FosseBsion Jan. RUDOLF it.s:: second from rlgnt) IOOKS cured Dy pruceeuings R. E. Davison, chairman; Mrs. A. boys,
> 1. LU (jr| ) E. I'" Fisher 4636 Tlmu-, at the Nuremberg trial of Nazi war criminals. Hess is flanked by R. Brady, Mrs. W. M. Sheppe, Mrs. reported to take aboard in May of this
Rd. I year over duties as staff
qunnn Herman Goering and Joachim von Ribbentrop. Behind them Doen-
P. H. W. Olander, Lt. A. C. Ab-
89 Pontiac coach good condition and very PIO. He will return to his home In
Hood tires feeIlle Marriott, SpY)2c( I itz and Raeder.Talking ney, Mrs. F. N. Taylor, Mrs. M. M. New York City, with-future plans
; Brks. 910. Ext. 783. DeWolf, Mrs. P. E. Emrick Lt.
Train ticket Jax to Wichita Kansas via months now, having gone as far' as yet unannounced.
Comdr. J Patterson '
D. Lt. J. E.
Kanana City, furlough rate. Call Ruby
't1 Btamm. 764. before 4:00. DogContinued west as Iowa. Dumas. I' Lt. Comdr. Kelly reported aboardin
'$7 lord convertible good tires, motor 4,0, But let's get back to the hosPI-1 August of this year to fill post
radio heater new eat covera. Call B. tal here. We entered one I PROGRAM COMMITTEE-Lt. I of editor, JAX AIR NEWS at a
4' i F. Stanslfer, PbMlc Ext. -8621 until 12 from I'age One wards and Bryan began his little I :M. N. Hand chairman; Ens. R. M. time when the Publnfo offices had

t t'piece noon.living room mite, a roll-away bed have to eat your words. show. "Jerry," he told the boys L. Redon Chief P. P. Bennett. a staff of five officers now reduced
and a lady'a grey raracul coat .tae 18. "Yeah, I'll be down with a photographer "will talk, unbelievable as it I GIFT COMMITTEE-Mrs. M. M. I to
I'i Lt. F. C. Sochor. Ext. 744. About 1330 Ad- sounds. Listen. Jerry-what do you Cloukey chairman; Lt. KatherineM. ,

': Complete room house household Living furnishing room Include for sofa-3- ministration Building-Naval, Hos do when the SPs get after you ?" Rahl. one.'s

'" bed lounge chair occasional chair pital-yeah-okay." And I hungup Don't We All! REFRESHMENT COMMITTEELt.
., lamps, and tables, throw-rue, radio and the phone, scratching my head. And the dog very distinctly said H. Wood Jr., chairman; Lt. [
) miscellaneous pieces bedroom double What will next around G. E. Drach Ens. W. Paul.
they pull ,
c "I
u bed chest dressing table, mirror, throw run. Well at least I knew I Continued from
rugs; kitchen table. 4 chain corner here, I mused. wasn't nuts. The other guys heard DECORATING COMMITTEE- Page One

7 cupboard' stepstool Ironing board and At 1330 we were at the hospital.We him, too. It wasn't ventriloquism, Comdr. D. G. Baird chairman; Mr. launched.
dishes. 1430H Child St., MAO, or Ext.
;,) D. A. Woods Mr. J. H.
> 1 ,8234: Mrs Caputo. walked into the Welfare Office you could see that. Gwynea. Admiral Ralph E. Davibon.
One factory built house-trailer, completely and t'-"re sn .ing peacefully on Then Bryan whips that sand- TRANSPORTATION COMMIT- CNAAdTra told the Jacksonville
l furnished must leU this week $300 cnah.Apply TEE-Lt. (Jg) J. L. Lawson.
i Rotary club
!> 2817 CHmbre St. the carpet was an ordinarylooking wich out of his pocket. "Jerry," he Monday that:
"""' + Give Family Dinner
Lurk-class mllboat, 14'6" length overall; dog. Oh, brother I thought, says, "I think I'll give this sand- "The Navy likes Jacksonville
;, 6' beam, 1'6" draft, main and jib tail this I gotta see. No one else was wich to that sailor over there." The Annual Christmas Day Family and if I can believe, as I do believe -
in good condition Boat is In eommlaalon Dinner will be served at the
in the office so I sat down and
Jerry snarls a little then "I the testimony of
'r ready to sail Lt. ((3w) H. C. Henrikaen says Main Station Messhall Bldg. No. 4 my many
4: Ext. lIST or Jr. BOQ Brks. 80S, waited. A crumpled sandwich lay want it." From then on I'll believein friends here, Jacksonville likes the
Km. on the desk at elbow. As I beginning at 1200. All NAS en- "
ghosts zombies and stuff like Navy.
I x2 'cA.3'amer... Call IFarrell. Ext. 289. brushed it aside the celophane bag listed personnel who will attend Admiral
that there. Davison asked the Rotarians
Man's balloon tired bicycle with -
pre-war with their families must notify
I wire basket; luggage carrier, chrome rustled and the dog jumped upsnarl.g. "Show the boys what MarthaRaye's their "Can Army instructors be
division officers who in
f rims good tires good condition $15; He made a dive for my turn trusted to build the great carries
lad,', 26" wheel balloon-tired bicycle, shoe and I almost mad a dive for mouth is.like, Bryan com- will prepare a list including the task forces which
with electric head and tall lights 2 newtirea I mands. And Jerry opens his mouth name rate and number of adult the Jap-
I basket, excellent condition $22. J, the door. wide as a yawning canyon. and minor of each anese Navy from the Pacific, and
Groekam.. Ext. '7)8) Brks. K Upper, Just then a man walked in. "0.1, dependents per- made possible the establishment of
I Bunk ,'76 lower. "Now go down to the far end of son desiring to attend. This list the bases
;i Pea coat In excellent condition site (6, I see you and Jerry are already the ward and close the door on must reach_the Commissary Officer from which Japan was
he said. Then turn- bombed into surrender.The .
$10. Ext.: 625. acquainted
the right. Bldg. 135: by 1600 19 Decem-
S Motorcycle, '39, "74" Flathead. See or call
ing to the dog-"Jerry, Jerry, of
A. C. Simonds, Ext. 8609 Bldsr. 95S. Forget Being Sick ber. Admittance to the dinner will danger military dictator-
t Baby bed and inner-spring mattress, $15: the door. "Knock over that waste paper be denied persons not on the mas- ship was pointed out by Admiral
:1 dinette set and dishes $15; chest Will of And the pooch calmly walked up basket" Bryan shouts. And Jerry ter list. Davison. "So vast a single department -
kitchen p-atool. $2.
'J y deliver drawers,4618$16; Ulmer Ave., Timuqunna to the door and pushes it shut with calmly walks up to -it and knocksit I so terrible concentration of

Manor. his paws! over. By thl -time the bedridden power in an individual is not the

WANTED No I wasn't dreaming, and I sailors have forgotten all about GalaContinued American way," he said.

3 or E. 3 E.bedroom Clarrldge.house Ext.unfurnUhud.669. Comdr. hadn't touched a drop for months. being sick. The army-sponsored plan now

S or $ room apartment furnished, tnap- Ills! Name's Jerry After talking some more, show- from Page One before Congress to abolish "the

lain Gilbert Ext. 618. house "My name's Bryan-Riley Bryan ing off a few more tricks Bryan closed for the entire day, and the time-seasoned cabinet posts of Sec-

e A by 6-room Jan unfurnished 7, $26 reward.apartment Alice or Salyard ," he said. "I've had Jerry since I lets the boys play with Jerry. One club !itself, will be secured at its retary of War t and Secretary of

Ext. 432. Home phone 7-7285. he was about a week old, got him 1 sailor pats the dog and scratches usual hour. Navy, with top military control ex-
Hide for couple to' Ohio about Dec. 17. S. from a man travling with a carni- him affectionately on the head. On New Year's Eve, the bar and ercised by Joint Chiefs of Staff

An R.alarm Lundttren.clock II.Ext.Goodloe 321. Ext. 8166.lllue val. He's just an ordinary fox terrier Bryan spots this and yells "Jerry club will open at 2000 md will reporting directly to the President

ofhcer'a or chiefs rain or top coat, I trained him to do a few one good turn deserves another- serve until 0100. Up until this time and to substitute a single Secre-
,.1 aiae 37 abort. Chief BarrlceJII.' Ext.': lord 609. tricks Just like I've trained other what are ;you going to do ?" And open-house highballs of bourbon tary of the Armed Forces, under

o, A or car Plymouth.preferably W. sedan B. Waiters, 40 ,or A4R 41 i.lec- dogs I've had, but it wasn't until Jerry jumps up and scratches the and rum will be served, and cham- whom would function a Chief of

trio Shop 741: Ext. 8400. he'd been around the house for sailor's head. "Service for service- pagne may be secured by signinga Staff of the Armed Forces and
Unfurnished kjtchen equipped apartment about four months that Mrs. Bryan men," Brvan says proudly. chit. A buffet dinner will be Chiefs of Staff representing the
1: of adults.unftirninhed Ext. 8471. house 2 permanent and I noticed that he seemed to \Ve're no longer doubting; Thom- served from 2100 to 2400 while the air forces, the army, and the navy,

Ride from Grand Ave. and Ortega to be following our conversation. ases by this time. Cold sober we've music will be from 2000 to 0100. It is opposed by nearly all experienced -

NAS. Hours 7:45-4:45.: Olin Condon From then on it was comparatively really seen it. It couldn't be but is hoped that the building will be navy men who have had active
Kxt. ,166. it is. Next time I see pink ele- secured around 0200. duty ashore or afloat. The propo-
teach to
for -to him
Bide to Wash.. D C., or vicinity on or easy me
About })..e. 21. Will share expenses and talk." phants, I'm going to check. Who. There is a fee of $5 per personto sal has provoked a storm of con-

help drive, Ronald Koons. Ext., 529. Bryan, who comes from Grundy, knows? I might be awake. cover dining and wining cost troversy that is without parallelin
A ride to and from New Yolk City will Most Publicized. the history of this mil-
with of refund country's
possibility a
share expenses; leaving l>*c. 21 and returning Va., is a photographer by trade,
I tec. 28. Pleaaa contact Phyllis not a: dog trainer. He does not use Jerry, explains Bryan, is now : this amount if expenses are ex- iary organization.
Shnw lildir. '714 Ext. 860. Jerry commercially only enter- the most publicized dog in the : ceeded by the money collected. Believing that its very existenceis
A ride to Louisville Ky., after ':30 on 21 world. "Remember Rin Tin Tin Building 705: will be until at stake the is call-
Dt.or. 21. Also return ride to Jax by 8:00: taining servicemen and appearing open Navy now
am. Dil. 28. Will share .. pen..... !.t, before civilian: audiences only to never had the benefit of short 0030 on New Year's Eve but there ing upon all its supporters to for-
J. 10. Buyer Ext. 395 601 or 602. promote the sale of War Bonds. wave radio." will be no special entertainment.Both get personal differences, irritations -

# To Please buy or contact rent a Mm.S or Boatrlght.6 room bungalow.Ext. 8tG2;: The two of them have appeared at While Hollywood is after Jerry Building 10 and Building 705 minor dissatisfactions, and

\"' or after 6:00 2-2974. the Persian Room of the Plaza Ho- Bryan won't even consider an of- will be closed all day on New to stand together in support of the
A ride to New Oilean, Dt-c. 28. H. w. tel as guests of Hildegarde after fer now. Maybe later he says. Year's Day. main issue at hand.
Orlte. Ext. 8802. "Right now and the most
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Cravenette coat site 88 short, with re- appearing on her Raleigh Room
movable lining must be In good condition radio show. They were on the We tant is helping these wounded boys
Chief rrunrbluu. get well and anything I can do to
Ext. 8369 or see coast-to-coast
the People ,
)ro ,. Skeet Range aid this or make it a little easier
Car heater any type. Charles L. Cetto beamed shortwave shows to GIs
Ext.: 288 or 918 King St., Rlversido. overseas, and went on the air at for hem gets priority over" a Hollywood -
A ride to Detroit or vicinity from Dec. local over WCFLChicago career for Jerry.
28 to Jan. 2. Will share expensei and programs We think that's pretty nice.
help with drivlnir. T. U. Nations, Ext. WAAT-Newark, WIBC- --
821. Brks. NATTC.. Indianapolis, and many others. I
A ride for couple to Kansas. Okla. or written about them'
Texas, to 1 leave about Dec. 22.: W 111 shore Stories were I Bob Chester
expenses and drive. G. M. Chonoweth in PM, True Magazine Popular
links 17* NATTC. Mechanix, Popular Science, and I
i wuiMjlnm apartment. furnished. Riverside Continued from Page One
-' others. ,
Southside preferred. Mr. Miller 9-
or : X olIalt Trailer the spotlight a short time ago aft-
Colofed mldd'to live in. NAS, Ext. 8382. At first Bryan spent his own er a meteoric rise to fame Among
Hide to Raleigh, N. C.. any time after money touring service hospitalsand the famous night spots featuringthe I
I 1' 4:80: Dec. 21. Helen E. Andrews,
Ext. 8348. camps entertaining GIs, but band recently are the Astor,

nlrhed. when his money gave out, the Py- New Yorker and PennsylvaniaHotels

months: old baby.t Lt. R, L. Plunkett, I roil Company, of LaCrosse, Wis., in New York; Sherman Ho-
realizing this was a great morale tel in Chicago; Book-Cadillac, De-
Will1trade R broadcast type record playerno builder, offered to finance him. Al- troit; William Penn, Pitsburgh; JNllpRthl

( record automobile changes heater.) for Dr.a Towle hot ,water Ext. though he has never met an official Chase Hotel, St. Louis, and the

type 879.Ivory. of the company, and does not twin Meccas of eastern dancersthe -
1 I.OSTI advertise them the concern has Terrace Room in Newark N. 1. (

cigarette ease, Tuesday, Nov. 27. at since furnished Bryan with a big J., and the Meadowbrook in Cedar /N (
Commissioned: Officers' Club or vicinity- trailer with which to get around. Grove N. J. t
Please call I.t. C'omdr, V, C il.-k.! Ext. ARMS
614. They keep little tab on him and While the orchestra is known

FOUND he goes wherever he can cheer up for its "danceability," it is also a f REE-
Waterman fountain pen In front off servicemen spending as much top-notch stage band. The boys I .

: He has been on the road for 16 Strand Theaters on Times

Wanted rile MISCELLANEOUS for two to IxnUsvllle. Ky.. -......- -. -- -- Square the Chicago Theater in the \
or nearby. Will share in expense sod CUBS with fexible band $160. Call J. M. Windy City; the Stanley Theaterin \
driving. Leave starts 1700 Friday 21 Croon Avtntlon Fundamentals, 653. 41/
the Palace Cleve- //
Pittsburgh \
December. Contact John H. Rosa, Jr., FOR SALEi Compute I furnishings for living ; %
Hie. Barracks J-819. room bedroom and kitchen Includes land; Earle Theater Philadelphia;
'I, Wanted Will pay cash for rood ailed car ktichen utensils, dishes, etc. Also Adams Theater Newark; Or- / -
I WeiUrAdd Dnrr.cks one steel cot. Reasonable Call I any time,
Denser phone Franklin \ -
13, NATTO. 3110-H, Barr Avenue, Dewey Park pheum, Omaha; Michigan Theater -
Hi' Hollywood bed and mattress, practicallynew Wanted: Ride to Donton or therenbouts. Detroit; Hippodrome Theater, : t \
'I $80. Ironing board and pad $2.! Leaving and returning ,during Baltimore; Orpheum, Los Angeles; /' ( fu,
bed and mattress first leave U'hrlstmaa leave). hnre\ expenwM -
Blngle site folding
r San
and the Golden Gate Theater
i I' only four month old $15. 1140 Cumberland = and driving. Contact G. Bogeajls! :,
Rood. \WDberland Housing Project. 1I11r\ cka. (2, NA' 'TJ. Leave message, Francisco.
wrist watch. Tel.easetes please. with the band r
11-jewel C'hroaoirrapfc Featured vocalist
and top -watch combined also For sale Electric Exposure mctr-f. like will be Marjorie Woods., Frcmkly, Wilco, I Doubt II This Works ,
sneamirea Telolcity of objects. Solid gold. new, $t. See J. F. Gibson 8564 .r 8113.

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' ;,fd.,1 1J1 --.t,
Civilian Employees' News ,
tI '
J- j' :
AiUmi communications to tMttatUI: Offices .
Personnel Relations Offil>.. BIJn, 450, Box 2J -
Telephoto, Extension! 411 d11 iicw Iw
The Citll\..n .>:'nq: alle ,rolling o( the 'J -AtrNw_. 1* devoted r
to ri is by th#
ImpUyefi': Association for Civil Service' rmpUtMKeneth : .

M. McDuff!*, r."II$ .-nt. Philip D. Myers. Treasurer ,* C -:
lloHn*,Gnnnawny, Secretary ,
Marine, Gftnttftwy" (Goti'l. Frank H. McKinley (PW A
William O. Mncaia. (ton I) 1, "'. Nettles Melt (.-. Jackson (A It) Kenneth: M. McUuffto (Supply)
Jn>fth| lagan (A & Itt Vhiliii It. Myrrt Ibimpir) V.
Charlt E. Field (V A R)

News. RriMrlinf Soft e i
Assembly nhd Repair.
Hud Reporter' .. ......... .......... ....... .......... .. .Eulen WtlllnghninHln .

Inspection| Kp U"I'Rthu..nttHIRd |>oil..r . .. ........ ....................... ..... .. M, Sty ran
Works Ifepartmonll! :
Public Hud Reporter" .. ........... .. ........ ........ ., ... .. Ethel M. ShannhitnCIVILIAN

Supple Heed rtppnntnviitt Reporter ...... .. ..,.. ... ..... .. .., ......... ... .. ... .. LeuU Jones



5 Year Man Oldest Clerical Employee

fly Barbara J. 1'lnlfy .- -

Peter< K:, CappH, Assistant Chief
Clerk in the Public Works department I 0
is the oldest clerical employee I
on the Station. When he accepted
a position here, NAS had v SALLI EStt
offices in the Federal building:,
where plans were being made for i : ,1

the construction of this station |j .
He was born in Ardmore Okla., I II .
but in a couple of years moved to I ,,. d..
Jacksonville with his mother Mrs. lly Lntla Jones > .

Alice E. Taylor, and attended local More and more men are returning .. 5
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schools.Finishing. to civilian life after months i In -MISS DOKOTIIY K. McCLAIN explains the duties of the Officers'{ Record Depaitment to( Charles
school: in 1936 he Military Service! Dlantha Mawi service. Prior to their discharge
after four
and Bartow Vaughn, recently discharged from the Navy years
started to work for Jacobs Jewel- heard from her|)rolner Captain C'K. .
I they served in the Navy on this station.
cx Mason, U. S. Army Air Corps, --
who was on his way to Camp|
Blinding to be separated. Captain
Mason his wife and baby will bi' Identifying Twins Is
house guests of Dlantha for a few ----l

days following Captain Mason'i., -

separation Mary Murphy'i,
brother, James AMM2c, has just Problem Of Supervisor Ity ;Myrtle Tucker
returned to the states from Cuba The party for the Machine Divi
Dorothy "'aar'" brother, Cpl. chef sion in the Windsor Hotel was a
field Isaacs, U. S. Army Air Corps By Barbara J. Finley i I great success. Among the party *
has just returned from overseas, is I were 1.1. and Mr*.. Ilarjrravc, Mr.
-between Charles and Bartow Vaughn
duty and will receive Ms discharge e Distinguishing and Sirs. lire, Chief K\an: In his
Bhortly And must welcome Anna one of the most difficult tasks of Dorothy It. McClain, supervisor : sock feet, and our own ).t. K *|-
Conrad back to work after ,a I in the Officers' Record department at the Personnel, hold. Helen Iupre was too busy
month's vacationing with husband Separation Center. I dancing to se anyone. It was the
John, who Is now a civilian am and'' best party the Machine Shop has
in the U. S. Navy twins Charles
will be back to work in this! department Four-year veterans ever given.

shortly! Dorothy AI:! Bartow Vaughn are once again enjoying the freedom of Mr. (Gilbert Is back after a two
i9 i9ry len is expecting her husband horn* vilian life. ci.'I'I weeks vacation in middle Florida

soon since she received word iron The Vaughn twins have been together since their He enjoyed some fishing trips an.l
him that he has arrived in th<'
sight seeing the
states. I hood. Born in Mobile, Ala., they attended school there and among orange

by the Opp Cotton Mill as machinists groves.
The Purchase Group entertainei both were employed ;Mr. Adam tells us he bagged
Lthe Civilian Cafeteria recently Join Navy Together in 1911 two big buck deer. Of course that

I In honor of their three departing In February 1911, together they enlisted in the Navy_ made his vacation perfect. lie says

s'members, Nell Uardner, Mlldrei the first twins to enlist in the Birmingham, Ala. district. the only thing wrong was that he
1)a\\ and Kstellc Foil
lion. all key ,
AMM( School' got sick and had to return too
personnel vnio left the same day, They went through boot-training at San Diego, soon
company and te-r-work-toi' 'quite a blow to Purchase!) Th at Chicago Navy Pier, Gunnery School at NAS Jacksonville,
William :Murphy is on leave this
the State Historical Society a po- table was decorted with red *
rose this station. I II
instructors on .
sition he held for two years I and an enormous rectangular and were PRY gunnery week. :Mr. Plckrnt also Is vacationing
I NAS Jax, they wel'ej and will return 3 January.
Capps left Jacksonville in 1937 shaped c&ke gaily festooned with
for Charleston. S. C, where he accepted pink rosebuds and enscribed with stationed at Banana River for further INSPECTION lljnle llymlmait is back after a
a position in the Supply de- i the words, "Bon Voyage, Girls!" training. This time on PDM's.and nice vacation spent with his family .
pirtment at the Charleston Navy Nell and her husband are going into .'I It was from Banana River DEPARTMENT in Ocala. All the fried chicken
Yard. I business in North Carolina; Mildred .:I, that they went overseas, serving plus other good old country food
Eager to return to Jacksonville, to Richmond, Virginia with with the 207th Squadron in Bermuda Ity Helen M. Sly run made him sorry his leave ended.

ha left the Charleston Navy Yardin her husband, Just detached from Puerto Rico, Cuba, 203rd and >lr". Audrey a\fo is replacing I Among others back after leave
with the
December of the same year and the Navy, to operate. farm; and Trinidad and later Mr*. JoHephine Anderson as secretary are Stuart Ralph, Bennett Carroll,
came to work for the Navy Department Estelle just going back home! Squadron in South America. j to the Inspection Officer. Mrs. I J. W. :Martin Calla Mae Troutt.
here under the Officer- Mickey Jones was greeted with I They returned to the States last\ Davis U I a native of California but I Hubert K. lUnima has announced
in-Charge of Construction in the open arms back Into the Purchase January and were assigned to ship tells me that she really likes i his approaching marriage to the
Federal building. I Group after a temporary tour of, duty on the Bunker Hill asAMM's, I ida. Just wait until she gets Flor-I I pretty blonde he was with Satur-
Transfer* to I'ubllcWork" duty with Clothing and Small flying TBF's. I I, of that Florida sand in her day night.
When the offices were moved to Stores Hear that Dwlght Ver- I In October It was back to the Then she will be a permanent resident The Tool makers tell us the one
NAS in March 1910 he worked I nam lost his lunch the other day I States--this time for good. Discharged I man who kept the shop alive\ left
in the postofftce, then the only Tenn., they I Robert Lyon of Supply Inspection
I while coming to work In an attempt : in Memphis them last week. He was none other
building on the station. Upon the to keep a lady from fallingoverboard returned to Jacksonville to rejoin' is on a vacation in Chicago. :I r than Norman 'JtNt" Miller.
commissioning of the station in I All big happy I We understand that the mercury
from the ferry Was the their families. one Shop 569 lost their supervisor,
October Public Works was organ and Bartow! took a dip there. 1 I
I tempt successful of course! : family-yes. Charles really Mr, t'ulp. who received his discharge .
\ ized. It was then that Ctfppi transferred That was a good deed well done are married to sisters! Bartow and Victor II. Nerf, who has been 'I last week. He is missed by11'

to the personnel office of' Mr. \rrnain! William LaMre his wife, Lola' have a three-year.j been performing inspection duties the entire Machine Division. :..IiI
Public Works missed work recently when a mule I old son. Jerry and In the Supply Unit. is out of the The little old man operating the
In May, 1911, when NAS wasaligned ran over one of his feet; (What'sthe I dys have a three-year-old son, Navy and has returned to Alaba I Heald Grinder Is none other than
1 the job of laying the story on that, Mr. LaMee?) I Henon I ma to his former civilian duties ,i Mr. SMtfiicy himself.
fresh water line from Homestead, salesman for the Chicago Flex I
We've missed fellow workers Returning to their civilian busi-\ as I Only once In 100 years will this:
Base at I
to the Naval Operating tble Shaft Corporation.
who have been off from work due nesses, they accepted Civil Service ever happen again Last Mondaywas
Key West, he was transferred to I' I Ionian { Rearm, formerly of ,
'to sickness Among those have at the Personnel Separation 12-3-15
the office of the resident ofncer-in- rofcts the Overhaul Unit is now
;I 21 October. Engine .
been itulh MonaKer, Edith fleetly, Center here, on
charge of construction at Homestead I I In charge of the clerical work In
OrHhu and Gordon identify
where he served as chief To help fellow employees the Flight Test Inspection and Ha
fleetly. Ktibye House was called them, the twins usually take ELECTRICAL
clerk for 18 months. I I I dar-Radio Inspection Office.
to Rochester, :Minn., due to the illness \- Without
Returning to NAS In October I turns wearing suspenders. C'ltaile* 1':. aFmiiere is now a,
of her sister I .
of identification l DIVISION
1912 he became the assistant chief some means I civilian and ha* returned to Con
4 clerk in Public Works, the positionhe Margaret HejnolU is just back I employees at the Separation Cen-; nectlcut to make his home.
now holds. As assistant chief from a visit to her home in ter would be lost. The department welcomes the ly Stella Rogers
t clerk, he has supervision over all i Charleston, South Carolina and re See I following new employees: )It. Jen*I (laule Anderson has been on
i" civilian employees and personnel ports a wonderful time! I 1C. Marable, who transferred from the sick list for two weeks. W*
records. : What do you Know about Ioro ACCESSORIESDIVISION I NAS, Banana River, to become' miss Andy and hope he will be
As an extra duty, he was at onetime thy Koclie\ turning down a flattering I Principal Inspector in the Metals I back with us'soon
president of the Navair Jax offer from a large hotel company Accessories Unit, Mr. Charles K.I'mult ;. Warning to C. R. (Pop) Hul.II .
Ciedit Union when it via: author- where she would be stationed who Is now Principal\ Inspector II son! It's cheaper to Mop. I..ook.and ,
( ized at NAS. II In New England in the Summer KLLCTKIC: SHOP in the Radar-Radio Unit,' l.ltte-n\ before crossing. red

.a Capps enjoys meeting the public and further south in the winter lly Kiiby: Myeri Mr Arthur II. Taliar, Accessories lights.
and has a keen Interest In person- I with; all expenses pall, We're flattered Paul Galbraith AEMlc, leaves Training Coordinator and :Mr.\ News from our former coworker
nel work. Besides hu! personnel I that she prefers to remain get his discharge.; Frank l>olr< ,M", Jr., Inspector In Emma: Warren t She and her husband -.
work, he admires the artistic field I with us! Incidentally, she and Helen I us Frldajto the Instrument Station Mr.I Frank, who was recently dli.i.I
of painting and drawing and attends Sylvester have actually foundan Good luck, Paul.C. I French, Mr. Tahar and Mr. Del-I charged from the service, are now '.
special evening counsel in apartment and are going to I (:. Me Cord, 748, has returned rose have recently beets discharge'd residing in Thomaston, Georgia.
I painting.In I share it! Another housing situation from a month's vacation. lie visited -I from the Navy and wfre performing I, They are building their own home,
the sports world, he Is a football sole=d! his folks and friend at the the same duties as enlisted and it looks like happy years
enthusiast and likes to bowl Oh, yes one more brother I.I la Naval Aircraft Factory, in Philadelphia men that they are now as civilians ahead for them.
whenever he finds time. home from overseas duty Lt. Pa MollyVIIKinioii.. Cable Shop, re-
tIn I Comdr.' John Our, brother-in-law II. C' Noonaii U back after 12 slgred this week\ to return to her
I the midwest recently, baseball of Amy and Marguerite/ Shaver days sick leave. Others on the sick I weeks-Vc: tloni i H uriu\, horns in Sanford, Florida.

fans heaved A sigh of relief l.t. Comdr. Otter was stationed at list are George NlcUerson, Pat Cur- S. ClUlph. Understand Johnnie race, MM-
when one of their\ less popular um. the advanced baste construction1 Depot 'roll, Mary Register. Leonard Kitterrpr !lUrJo will be off for a le, is very fond of the bright lightsas
plres1 'Was called' ''up for induction in Pearl Harbor fdr '<21 mdnths Ham llarourl, Cliarl McSlarr'uvv week due to A nose operation. he has been known to frequent I
.. by the army. But their Jubilation HAVE YOU COMPLETED ALL and iil\ WiiMrrn.Klimr Dot HIMM-II, ,' 748; handed In her Unite unusual places; Any ma 113V-
Iw ,. was short-lived; ho was rejected. YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING T Atarrrnnihle foil going resignation, effective 11 December h': a good used car, Eat U tough
Reason: Defective vision. JUST 9 MORE DAYSHtt!! home to "mammy" for a two 1945. with Juhnnte.Page .


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13 December, 1945 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Nine ..




No, Johnny didn't leave his base
ball on the stairs He's a pretty
good boy and almost always puts
his toys away when he's through
with them.

i xJo Pop has nad a bad fall because, By Emma Sue Mcl-eod:: cent article at Ship's Service.

his foot slipped and there Many inquiries have been com-I I| Some also expressed the opinion
v r rr + handrail to grab. Handrails pre ing in regarding the I that they could see no difference
vent falls and falls are worth pre civilian employees to purchase! between the sale of a bar of candy,

venting. I magazines, candies, cookies, chew- a sandwich or ice cream cone, all
The National Safety Council ing gums, etc., at Ship's Service. of which constituted part of their
says there were 30,500 accidental It has come as a hard blow to I I I luncheon, and that candy, which
r home deaths last year and that most of us. Much as we have all i is an energy builder, was as essential -
F about half were caused by falls I enjoyed the privilege heretoforeof I| as any other item they might
The great bulk of falls in the being able to get these trifling,. consume at the noon hour, It, is
I items we must now train our stomachs -,i I certainly hoped that the order restricting
Ev 1 not to crave candies or our these purchases be rev
teeth to chew gum. For the orderis 'scinded and that civilian em-

I direct from headquarters (not ployees who are giving their time
i Ship's Service) that civilians working and effort to Uncle Sam and his
,r at Naval Air Stations cannot 'Navy, upon presentation of their
icaae make these purchases at Ship's I working badges, be again grantedthe
y0pU0ULL Service without a Dependent'spass. privilege of making these pur-
..MN4fD RASt lsoruas The purchase of these articles chases at Ship's Service.CHRISTMAS .
Q OW must be made from the out-
.1 ..: EM r/ side merchant so as not to deprivehim I SHOPPING
of the sale or the profts! de- 1 "Do your Christmas shopping
rived therefrom This is difficultto early!" We have been hearing this
do for once wet home aftera for the past month or more. NQt
hard day's work, we do not have many more days are left for mak-
the incentive or the energy to go ing satisfactory selections. Since
to town merely to purchase our the lack of consumer goods still
favorite magazine, nor do we have continues to be serious, substitute
the desire to walk possibly four to ,, materials in many Instances un-
F six blocks to the nearest drug store satisfactory, and prices out of line
BLEB for a five cent bar of candy which with the intrinsic value of potential

we might use as a desert for luncheon Christmas gifts, your natural solution -
the next day. It does seem to this problem is to pur-
that civilian employees who leave chase Savings Bonds which not
their homes each morning long before -I only Increase in value with the

/ \ any of the stores are open passage of tinio but make ideal
/I for business, should be entitled to and appropriate gifts for young
,..........- the privilege of purchasing a bar and old. Bonds are particularly de-
..., ., ...... ,..
of candy, a stick of chewing gumor sirable gifts for children, for with

home occur on stairs, and many of a box of cookies And why not, the purchase of every bond for a
these falls could be avoided by the a magazine which he certainly child, a Disney Gift Certificate, a
simple expedient of installing could enjoy after his dinner at multi-colored document, is presented -
handrails. I home sitting before an open fire to the donor of the gift for
-- --- : For further insurance against or propped up in bed reading be- transmittal to the child for whom
CAITAI.V MALCOLM: CI.OUtKY is'8ho\ 'n presenting a $100. falls, be sure the stairs are solid, before retiring As some of the civilians the bond is bought."Upon this Dis-
check to Frank W Davidson, whose suggestion for a device that- clear of tripping hazards, and well explained their situation, ney Certificate Is Inscribed the
saves over $1,000 a month, was adjudged the best in the A&R Department lighted. Have stair. pads, jugs or they too have loved ones in the name of the child and of the do-

1 carpets near stairs securely fast- service but because they are not nor. Bonds can be purchased trom
ened down. I dependent up u them is no reason the Bond Office, Room 140, Building -
But of why they should be denied the, 501. If you're wise, you'll buy
Presented : improvements physical I
And Citations
Checks ,; conditions in your home are no privilege Of buying a five or ten Savings Bonds for Christmas gifts '
-- --- -
of freedom from falls.

Suggestors By Captain Cloukey'iI To precautions.them must be added personal INSIDE PUBLIC WORKSBy .

I If you are a woman who wears
be especially: Ethel 'Mianahan: I ---- ---- -
In an impressive ceremony last -- --- ---- high-heeled.shoes,
Friday, Captain Malcolm Ch>uke) rented to the suggestors, and commendations careful. If you're carrying a baby Christmas is on everyone's mind 1 sent a few lines to his former section -

presented the checks and citationsfor were given to Frank have one hand free to grasp the these days, and as a suggestion for -- the lines say! he couldn't
Beneficial Suggestions winners. Zappacosta, CSpfXl( of Plant fora handrail. Never carry scalding liquids gifts !.t. Cunaprll (Contract I made write a letter as his furniturehadn't
I-u.m Shop 742. Frank W Davidson "Calibrating File" and to A. A. in open vessels. his preference known to his asso-
arrived! The connection betw'een
topped) the list with $100 St. Louis, Sic, for "A Bushing Extractor ; Man or woman, whether you are ciates who may be in the giving -
arrival of furniture
award for his suggestion I'o. :317- ." carrying anything or not, watch mood. The preference breakable, i and a
is Lt. Oaken
45: "A DeUce for Lapping Ball your step on the stairs-and don't scarce and expensive! vague getsI
time he thinks of
Races." This deuce saves over $1- run. Keep your hands out of your J. ,\, lU'dfH: I Mechanics) com-I' :Mr. (! every there in the
ray snow.
: up
OM a month. pocket, use the handrail and if the
'I pleted hm 15th
W. G. Connors of Overhaul Con- 'I I GATE GOSSIP lighes are out, use a flashlight. year with thogovernment I Electrical Unit was laid low by
trol received $35 for his suggestion i n the common cold -- mostly black

No. 275-45, "Bolt Puller," and n,1 tie Ma\\\I'll is all smiles ; PLANTDIVISION I Civil Ser'\ ,c,' on: covers greeted a visitor to the
Emory Morris $25: for his No. 216- these days. It seems a certain sailor I November in I unit and those surviving had a
50 Sextant cough and sniffle to meet you.
45, "llt. ro'ementIK has returned to the station I honor 'ii which:
Pioneer." Chailea S. Hoard won an : k 1 There was some explaining to be
t o e s
additional award of $2:> for his from a recent leave Mr. :Margurio llo ettDOKIS rOil" h t and done by a gentleman of the Design

"Clamp to Facilitate Assembling Putnam left Saturday for My Dansb Llbbja)', our>ex-reporter, ; passed around. Section upon arrival home with a

and Testing Struts Dashpot As- Chicago, III., where she is attending is leaving us, and we certainlywish Seems there is vivid Imprint of lipstick on shoul-
semblyArresting: Hooks.! I i the National Convention of the her lots of luck in the future. : I a pin that you der of his new white hirt! Seemshe

Marvin Boyd of Shop1 1485! re- Beneficial Suggestions Committee. I am taking her place as your reporter II I are >?nt'ttd! to came around a corner quicklyand
ceived $20 for No. 29-: 5. "Form We know she will have many Interesting and hope you have an. interesting -, were when you bumped a young woman, who
for Coil Single Phase Motors," Kay: events to report when she time reading these little I :say p.\I'sejtlI ,I had Just completed a refinishing
Hubbard of Assembly $15 for No. returns I'arty! Party! This bits about our fellow workers. But Ethel Mianahan milestone.k II Job. At least that is the story!
( Both took lot of
a with
283-45, "Identification Emergency time it was a picnic arranged by remember, this is your column, so:, Joan Truka I Maintenance), an- threats to tell wife and teasing husband; of
Switches," Failey Floyd of Machine MKt Hall and her gills lecently. bring me the news. other "resigning" wife because parties involved
$15 for No 218-13, "Chuck- A delicious menu-meat loaf, po- :'11'10. Clara Ko/clle has resignedher hubby is now out of the service, Is 1
'iI'ISl'ixture' for Grinding Thrust" tato chips, baked beans, cole slaw, position as our Personnel Clerk going home to Ohio and is not expecting Captain "'eitres, Public Works
Rings in Position on Prop Blades. rolls, coffee, and an assortment of to be a lady of leisure in her new to come back, but the Florida -, Officer and Of ticer-in-Charge of
Orr M. Scott of N'o. 812 won two pies was enjoyed by all :Mrs. home.Nancy .*abln has been trans- sands once in shoes almost Construction presented the civilian
awards--$10 for' fnice to Check I.) nd was deiinltely found at the ferred to the Plant Division, and always draw you back employees of the Paul! :Miller! Con-
1116-3 and 1116-4 Operating Con- dog races opening day and with a has taken over the position Clara struction Company with the Meri-
ditions" and "Tool forJJrillmg broad smile, too. Reason she left behind. We hope Nancy will Mary HaskhiH ( Contract) is resigning torious Civilian Service Award of
Frames Ui Bulkhead! with Broken played a winner and really collected liKe working with us. I to go home to Detroit. The,i the Bureau of Yards and Docks in
Studs." llaibaru Wei lleit\( recently Mr. Herman White, Plumber, same reason that all the girls his office 3 December. This cita-
b t). have these c.ays husband being 1 tion was won for their work in
: U. S. Ucriot of Oveihaul Con- returned from a weeks' leave In was injured on the Job, and the
S discharged. :Mary: is busy showing
4. trol received $10 for his "Jig to Tennessee, where she'Isited Dispensary Doctor sent him home. 1 1ilnnle building swimming pool buildingNo.
( the of the
Walpole ropes 614 and the B-l-B barrack 896
full Throttle Mike Switch" Phillip friends and relatives MaybeIt's We hope he will recover soon. I Contract Superintendent's office 1 &99.
,, '" Hazour $10 for "Test Equipment Itrounie Carter'* infectious Mr. Karl: Wpnn haS'been transferred before she leaves. through
," and Jessee McCracken! $10 smile that affects the guards at from Engine Overhaul to I Peter Capps (Administration) is
for a "Locking Device Control' Surface the gate every afternoon at 1630-- this division as a Quarterman of Johnny irahaia (Housin) has back from his vacation to New
F4U. FGA and F3A. Anyway, her car never seems to be the Machine Shop. 1 made Chief. He took 'his test 27 Orleans and other points west
Two' citations, Commendations delayed for Inspection Lucy :\11'. Paul n. Terry has been November and was notified he Only trouble he feels the need fora
for Production Ideas" from the :Marliii is enjoying a leave with transferred from the Instrument made it. He has now transferred rest to recover from the vacation -
War Production Board, Washing her husband I I'ho has recently re- Shop to the ripe Shop of this de- to Personnel as Chief Mast Yeoman !
ton, U. C., were preaentetl--one to turned from overseas duty We pa rtment. (Good man to know)I. Congratulations Mrs! Ethel I Hoffman ( Administration -
}.t, G. Eclcford; for his "Revolving welcome Arnold 1). 1':1110\111: ex- Gloria INota. Mr Spicer's Secretary Johnny! ) and her husband!' are go-
Chuck for Holding and Releasing serviceman, who Is the new veteran Is also under Plant Divi- \11'- IVrkhiH ( Maintenance) has ing on vacation to San Diego,
Screws, Dolts' for Milling and Slut- placement advisor in Personnel sion now. Gloria, by the way, is an her daughter-in-law, Wilma Witt California, driving all the way.
ting"the other to John Leach for relations "Fishing Is a artist, has studied in the.Art Insti- Perkins staying with her. Mrs. They fervently hope the tires will
his "Cutting/ off Tool with Adjust- great sport," Mary llurket tells. us, tute in Chicago, and she draws Perkins says she "forgets to add hold out-best they could obtain
able Stop." but we'l'ellll looking for a photoof very fine portraits of people, the Perkins part of name most of under adverse circumstances!

"Honoi able..lrentllllCitatlonll" Mary and that big one! which Is a hint to you in case this the time. Wilma is just out of 1 ('on dr, LeRoy: Martin now! The
from Washington went to G.V.. :Margaret Douglas resigned recently one hour lunch period gets long Florida Southern with her B.S. degree boys of P-l Division were all delighted -
Repoff for his "Spark Plug Assembly and will murn to her home In and boring and is working at the Labor, to hear the news and had a
and Dlsa34'anblIachlne," Iowa with her husband, recently Dot Hick-ton came to work Tuesday Board until her husband comes surprise for Comdr. Martin whenhe
and to Howard Irvine for his discharged from service And morning wearing an orchid; If home from overseas. I came into the office! He claims
"Grinder for Magneto, Breaker niiiong others to resign soon because you please. Wonder who gave her iNIe: WHIN, S-C, messenger be- they knew it before he did. Con-
mint" husbands expect dischargesare this gorgeous flower ? | tween Building 450 and 451 is flying gratulations!
Three wumen were winners this Dorothy Boris and Irene liar- r.iiHlgn: and :Mrs. Walter '1IIIhe around, barely touching.
month. Georgia Stilngneld of Engine bee Another happy holiday \\II celebrated their first wedding' treads coming up the stairs I She Contract Section TwKV had second a new
3 1" : Overhaul with a "Tool to In- this time for Vera ( iaulilen whose anniversary! 3 December. Mrs. l leaves service the end of the week I I baby. Comdr, girl
arrived and named
stall Nut on Rocker Aim Adjusting fon has jiftt: returned from overseas Mathews Is secretary to the Plant and will meet her husband up was in the MargaretAnn.
leaves for Division Officer. : north coming in from overseas. | Everyone department
Screw, Ruth Raisch of Inspection Wendy MosHj!' : interested and
most ,
for "First Aid Ambuli the Christmas! holiday this week Julia I.lbman of our Time Section Mr. Itli'kHtH ((Maintenance) formerly was happy
the event
uncr," a $15 award, and Kl..tem.e via the airlines with her husband, resigned 10 December I Inspection Department in
La Mer of Supply for a "Rear- who is stationed at this activity 1 and her husband are returning to 450: is now Labor Foreman in the I Tony \Valte (Sheet Metal Shop)

ranfccrnent of Cabinets," a $10 It's wonderful what the telephone Atlanta place vacated by Mr. Floyd This has offered to furnish spicy news
,award company can do for morale. Congrats to Tony Constantlnl job is responsible for the mainten-i' every week if he is permitted to
Herman Steyer man of Public D'ottie Hnuijun recently leccived 1 and wife on a seven pound girl; t Ante of the grounds.! NAS has a hunt up the dirt! Heard he would
herhus is checking out soon. reputation foe: beauty second to I fill the bill as he likes ,to play
,Works received a $25 check) for a a long distance call front Tony |
Safety idea for "Elevator Servicing band, who is stationed in l ng-land,1 j ('iiUf !Machinist I>. 1). \\hllr arrived none in this ,jespect.Mr. jokes, on his fellow workers. So
In the Supply Building." Jusr in time to adJ a little more from the west coast, and Is 1 Harry Grays civilian now watch out or Tony will have ()' )\&

A total! amount! $340 was rre- :, spirit to the' Christmas season .1) now In charge of, our Tool,Rooms.| back in Boston's snow and cold,: in print!


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SP -.5HES'fROm nATTC Here For Dance 21 December I


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The CHRISTMAS: Spirit in pretty )
much hi full owing In >o. 51-
MOVIE SCHEDULE already and HO noon-but not too
soon: What with I leaven bt'lnc discussed -
TlllTKslA\ USO SHOW HAT'S OFF. 1800 and 2000. (Christina Shopping/ poking 4
1'KID.AY AND SATURDAY YOLANDA AND THE THIEF With Hit ugly head out from under the
Fred Astaire and Lucille Bremer. Also news. 1730 and 2000. ('over of just I': day, cards being
SUND\\DANGER SIGNAL with Faye Emerson and Zachary II I addressed' at great length by all
Scott Also musical and sport 1500, 1800 and 2000 fortunate gait who lapped up the 64.
MONDVAM) TVrxDAVACATION FROM MARRIAGEWith ream of the carol crop at a much
Robert Donat and Deborah Kerr Also Cartoon and News. 1800 I earlier date, and the ever humming

and 2000. I atmosphere' that !accompanies -
\Vt;DNr:s|),W TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT with Rita Hay- the season.. I
worth and Janet Blair Also comedy l&OO And 2000 I True, just about this time each I
TlirKs|>,\\ ENCHANTED FOREST with Edmund Lowe and year our thoughts turn to party! ,
Brenda Joyce Also Novelty 1800 and 2000 I I And speaking of parties-,let'a take .
I a look in at the Personnel Get-to-
gether of last Thurs, eve at the I ,
I Pines Phew! Hold the sleigh!
: Santa Claus was there! M, Towers "
I and D "lumbull were St. Nick
and his helper Very special gifts
were presented the honorable
..umimrmirr3 guests -a little something appropriate 1 L

to the individual. We won't -- ____ _
3 go into details as to who receive l'OntItUNNI: : OF AN EXTENSIVE: holiday entertainment' program
what but we will say that P Mc- planned by the Welfare department in a dance In the .NA'I"I'U I
Donald welcomed the boatswain's auditorium rlday night, 21 December, at which Bob Chester (above)
pipe while U Mahoney snatchedher and his band will furnish sweet music for four solid hours-JOOO to
tS Tommy Gun. Lt Bean was 2100. Chester organized his own band siv years ago and wince then has
<' p THE Honored Guest -the WAVESon i a long list of top-notch engagements, Including the Astor, New Yorker *
S 5S NATT Center will certainlymiss and Pennsylvania hotels in New York; the /Sherman hotel, (hirago;
j, you MR Bean, I the Hook-Cadillac, Detroit; and the Chase hotel In St. 1,0ul'I.11111.
lice! Perhaps! another annex to tional Welfare plant for the Christina!* holidays trill be announced
\A11(' might now be added nest; week '

from l.air\ the parties more on _- --- -. -
to the l>I }:S.lIu'd think the It's Duty Section 3 1
gals had fun at these little informal

gatherings evtrj other evening For Next InspectionThe 1
And HO it seems they did this,
i Ila"tt't'k., lor the XOD tlhlslonreally Inspection| coming up Saturday .
/ I showed some of the gUfrom .. hree. will he for Unt'it't'tlnn/ ll.

51 u p<-rtect and rather quiet
With ta'orablet'alht>r prevailing
evening there 4 nt' And l
____.._..__... _... n _n...._... ... nn.m.___ nm..'_ was ( there NA'Cec'"n1'ra'en's first!>>
I IlullR collection on hand for SHIPS.
:MOM: Lucille Uremer--litre ridaj and Saturday the laughs.! Rusty I 1 reiuu wild It"Kagcr I I inspection In several months \\aliih..ltl
last Saturday. It inaugurated -
and the "ot'\\"01111'\' twoome
I -
!" served as a refreshment a schedule whereby' all COMPANY PROFILES
and hand will )be inspected at leastonce
reception (committee. Towers -
I a month by Gap!. lord >.
: with' danced
Aboard! Piper in "j.
Raven, Adkins, }.:. (>/uiini, M \. Taylor and his .staff... Everyone has probably al-
SWIMMING! DAIL\'-INDOOR POOL; Recreational period for Donnell, 31. leghorn, I* Souls!, S. UA --- ready come into contact with

all Naval Personnel and heir guests: Monday through lo'riday-1800 Wt'8'lng1I sang the nice away Christmas ShoppersFind "Tomm{' around NATTC.That's .
to 2100; Saturday, 0900 to 1200, 1300 to. 1700, and 1800 to 2100; Sunday Thanks to \UD for a delightful
1230 to 170U, and 1800 to 2100. parents. puss on.Welcome. 1 the First Class Pharmacist

"IU Recreational rehearsal room U available to all hands: in aboard this week to llartVellStocked Mate down at the :Medical: De- ,

the AudItorium Band Room. Instruments may be procured from S. P Anne Morano and Rita Ro.kford, I Just seven more days left to : parement--the big one, usually I
Lantern, Musician 1C, daily from 1600-2100. two new PhM's who will start into
cross off the name on that list by with a smile and a hearty hello l-
OULt. S'lal'lUCUURSB.; :. Daily nom 1000 to 2000. Open to dental class as of 1 January, Until I buying those gifts from the Ship's I for I
all personnel. Clubs available at gear locker in NAflC Auditorium. tha date, they can be found at 'Service Merchandise Store, Their everyone. I
GOLF INSTRUCTION tor NAT1C personnel by R. W. Reynolds, the NATT Center Dispensary-:: | Christmas stock is complete and But few know that he carries I II
SplAKc, 1300 to 1530. Special classes: tor \\'AVJS by appointment). rolling pills Parris Isle, b. C. was ready and as more comes in it is I about three pounds: of Iron around I
Sign up at Snack.lioal'Eaa their last station Also the doors I: placed immediately on the shelves in his right shoulder and leg! Ha i
of No, 51 open to Constance Hoo- caught parts of two hand grenades I
: :: : .lULsh: open daily from 150: to 2100. Saturdays and ver, fcpS)3c( who came to us I I According to Lt (Jg>)> Arline when he was with the Third Marine -
Sundays from 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel and relatives from Lakehurst, N. J.. and the ,I Fredsall, Officer in Charge of the Division on the invasion of
ana guests Aerogiaphers {school We vsondei' Store who just returned from a Guam, And behind that lies a tale.I .
trip to New York the
N.\'l"U L1BKAK1 open daily Horn 0600 to 2100. if the arrival of a masteratarnsw11l buying store t was the
BUn UNO daily at bhips Service from 1200 to 2030. mean no more Petty Olllcer : is fortunate in procuring priorityand morning of l watches at the barracks We hope! unusually high quality mer- July, 19i4, on
\sJwfC/ Other girls for the new dental class I chandise this year. I Asan Beach ,

The Episcopal Army and Navy center, corner of Church and arrived. Trust our No, 51 is grow I Miss Fredsall said things were Guam, and a
Market Streets, sponsors a dance every Saturday night from 2030 to ing but soon several of our fav'i. hard to secure but NATTC had or- troop of mania-
ite Dispensary' gals will be transferred I dered its items before the buying cal Japanese infiltrated -
2J30: Junior hostesses:: will be in charge and all enlisted personnel are
invitedJACIisO.NMI. i F, L Robinson, HAl from rush began and has succeeded in thru
the Hospital on Main hide his reported 1 keeping customers from the Separation the Marine lines
; : .LL; J\.lJltS-Bwes; ; leave at intervals
She will have K L Long, Center as well as NATTC and made aBanrai
from Union Bus: Station, corner Kay and Hogan Streets, Surf bathingand HAle from Pairis Isle and M. I well supplied, Raid
other recreation at one ot world's finest ocean beaches. Bus I
Prueter, HAte of the chaileiton The store includes everything on the Third
fare 25cISAM. Hospital as fellow students Gladd I from the baby counter to diamond Marine Division
: MOlllhKS: IIUaTEaa lloLfeL::, 101 last Church Street. to know you girls! rings and 100' ;, all-wool blankets Field Hospital

USO CENTERS: at \ii West orsjth street; above Blanding Bus .And luck to Civilian life Fastest moving items are the pop- I there The same staff underwent a
Station; Church and Newnan street; 311 West Duval btreet. USO have gone Idora: Roberts" former i ular brands of cosmetics which I similar experience in the hospital -4I
WOMEN S DIVISION at 4J West Momoe Street. II.Ale", and II Out/ (pronounced : seem to disappear as soon as they I on Bougainville last November

CANOEING: lIs.lll.NC.: AND UOVIlMj. Cedar River on San I ools' ). Delphlne Bridges are displayed I strung This Guam along Navy the field river hospital valley was and ,
I leave I this week for )11'1U1'1I1"1nh..re You can't help the
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore: Bus, three blocks nom last stop on getting the Japs swarmed from the hills
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, Sue; canoes-$1,00 per hour; motor she too will receive" that Christmas spirit when you enter I, and up the river. After the initial
ever popular 'lupturecl' ""l'k. .I mlD 'I
the decorated store lis-
boats- i,00 foul five to eight boat gayly
$ pel people per Jiiriimill bidT1'l' farewelleilnesila attack when 73 Japs were killed,
ten to the Christmas carols
I.GNOLS'JHU'S.; : San Juan most of the patients .nd Navy
: Ave- \\ )' willing to exchange cast throughout the Areas, broad-I I A
and Lakeshore Bhd $1.00 hour for two hours $1.50 men were in the comparative safety .
nue per ; per one Nary life for a bit of civilian exist If you haven't the
j hour, groups ot eight or ten-$1,00 for two hours HYDE PARK due.HIGHLIGHTS. [ the equipment. take those niir. I of their foxholes Thompson-
___ I had expended his rounds of ammunition _
----- of No. 51: INSPECTION -'I chases over to 'the Hostess House when a Jap grenada .
SALTSHAKER Lt. O'Neill Named with Lt Lange and have them gift wrapped for landed in his dugout. When the

Staff hupping the WAVES of Duty Section mailing second one came he wasn't; able to ..
Legal Officer Four over to the parade' -- -' ------ get out of its way quite HO fast

Lt. Edward T: O'Neill, permanent grounds All in al, save for miss'I'I and was seriously injured While .
'\ s senior officer of the day at ing early morning liberty, HELEN HIGHWATER he was being/ evacuated in an ambulance 'It',
I NATechTraCen for the last two tle get-together wasn't too unattractive his Doctor was shot in tha ; ,
months, was detached late last and the Captain reported'' back and killed Tommy was shipped "4
week and ordered to Pensacola for the WAVE platoon to be 4,0 .1 I to Pearl Haibor Hospital
duty as legal officer of the Naval I Christmas Carols this year will be I I where he stayed for about two .
sung by J, Lubben, J. Kahle and' months before
Air Technical Training Command i being sent to the
M Guy who were chosen to sing I' States He made the sea voyage tina .j
attorneyin civilian life, Lt. I'
O'Neill with the Protestant choir T Meyer ,c-- c -) I stretcher and arrived in the "
was prominent in court A Hall and H, Leander are I I.. irS1 j States with nothing besides the '"
martial work while at NATechTraCen really getting their gifts ready ford i /i ii Hospital garb and his trusty old -1
and is well ,
qualified for his Christmas, what with their knitting I .45, He has hopes of seeing his '
rIII "
new duties, ,
r I ability and sewing talent gear again soon, I 1
The new staff legal officer, a NOTICt11:: W.\\S: who get Tommy had 18 months with the
native of Fond du Lac, Wis., came ; I the chance to visit Green Cove I Marines in combat zones. Most of :
here 3 January of last year follow- springs are welcome to hoard any the time he wore the Marine uni-
Ing indoctrination at Quonset of the destroyers or destroyer escorts form and after the experience on
L Point, R. I. He served as division anchored In the bay. I,( :%t's Bougainville, didn't wear any insignia -
officer in the radio school and alsoin transport all visitors, right out to nor was the hospital marked l..
the fire control school before the battle-marred ships Girls, do: V _
being assigned as permanent officer !go out and ad a bit of Christmas! A 53-point man, he asked to be

"OK, OK, we can do without those of the dayDetachment cheer to the veterans abiurtl I retained until April when he plans
trick shots!" of Lt. ONeill has And now Wilma must sign out on going back to a railroad job.
moved Lt. R. J. Penn, permanent this week for good, since it will Thompson had taken Pre Med \
i junior officer of the day, to the be Clara the Civilian once again I courses and worked two years in a J ,
Old lady, (to pilt about to take I senior OOD post with Lt. F. Tay- Such a short stay at NATT Center I I hospital before entering the serv- <*
her on her first plane ride, ) : "Noware lor as his assistant has been most pleasant save i III ice '
you sure you will bring me -..: for a few inconveniences As we /) IN"That'll Thompson nas been at NATTC, c
back safe and sound First Old Maid:"I love sailors say in the south, "So gladddJ,1 to I since coming back to the States

Pilot: "Lady, 'I haven loft anybody Second, Old Maid: "Oh, you say have known you!" Merry Christmas I and his wife and son live herewith.
up there yet that every war." and Happy( New Year! (bo all for the present. [MmPage .

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13 December, 1945 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Eleven

I Staff of New Aviation Fundamentals School Capt. 'Wescott Senior Medical OfficerAt


I t. r NATO, Returns to Inactive DutyCapt.

) .
.,4t 3. Henry II. Wescott, senior medical officer at NA-

t; I TechTraCen since last January, will be detached tomorrowto

', return to inactive duty after serving the Navy during two
t,, *
: His retirement, whicht'ill him to return soon to his

practice in Roanoke, \'a., ends ft
I ,
tour of duty that saw him in
World War II almost from Pearl

Harbor.A .
4 t1l&
native of Virginia, Captain,

: ii! Wescott graduated from the Medical -
College of Virginia Richmond,
in 1918 and his service to the Navy

: Jrh began immediately. He was commissioned -
a lieutenant (jgl) and
served with the Medical department -
in Washington and at the
naval operating base at Norfolk,
He was promoted to lieutenant before -

returning to inactive duty..
: ; I ; : In the years that followed, Pr.Wescott ,
set up practice in Roanoke -
I specializing in bone and joint
) surgery I
; w
d. In 1935, Dr. Wescott again was
: commissioned In the Naval Reserve -

this time as a lieutenant
commander, and won promotion to
commander a year before he was
called to active duty on 17 De-
cember 1941.

After five weeks at Norfolk
Naval hospital, he was sent to a
; : Capt. II, 11. Wescott United States destroyer base at
:. .. ., .. __ Londonderry, Northern Ireland
JMKKT: THE !STAFF of the new Aviation Fundamentals School, now In full operation In litillding I Month's List ofDischargees where he remained 19 months.
625. From left to right, they ares Front row-O. II. Houston, ACOJI! in charge of gunnery and Match There he served as executive officer
standing: J, It. Lockhart.' ACOM, material chief: J. I, K
(TK, rate Indoctrination: anti Ktir\lval equipment; ('. 1*. VIKon, A'l\UIln charge of flr"t1'1, 200
I..Iuoclut'tl fir naval aviation; J. \\'. .'uUl'r(1lBI, In charge of firstt, of rate Indoctrination 1943, he was stationed briefly

hct-oiid ro\\-I.t.V, K. TondresM' in charge' of teacher training Ll. Onidr, I'. /.inimerman, In The parade to mufti from NAT in Philadelphia before beginning a

charge of (communications; Conulr. C. Andeison: uffics-r-In-charge) ; Lt. (jf) Marian Peterson, TC continues at a rapid pace, with 14-month tour at Camp Perry, Va.
slstant in teacher training; !.t. K. M. IjiKue, in charge of personnel, ; !.t. (J. A Franklin, In charge of enlisted personnel totaling at least I He reported' here 7 January of this

aviation "seamanship; !.t. I', Ix'\\ ls, In rliarge of ha sic skills; Lt. 1) L. ;Manson, assistant offlcer-ln- 238 leaving for separationenters year
charge and material. Third row-II. Wilkinson I ACIi.M first \trrk of advanced seamanship; J. J. so far this month. I Before reopening his office in

Kylaml. ACOM first Meek of haste skills; C. E, Wagoner, ACMM, secondeek of rate indoctrination; Here are those leaving: Roanoke about 1 April, the jrray- .
K. L. a\ls, ACMM; leading chief; II. A, Medman, ACMMU fourth fleck of basic, \ skills1', ; II. Harris) I For New Oi leans. La.-Hornce Ar- haired; genial doctor plans a vacation -
Jr. A(';\1M, fifth Meek of basic skills: ; K, I). 1'atldock, ACH.M, twelftheek of aviation seamanship. mancl. Cox Summers Baldwin, S2c. };1. trip to the Pacific Coast and
- don Selman Sic Mexico with his son-in-law, Comdr.
about uhat type of Christmas I For Memphis, Tern.-Jennnette Jack, Robert G. Skinner of the Navy

ent they would care for. presOffl.CCI'S|I Promoted a Alma.n, V2c.Lonn.: Inrz Sic.:: Blankrnshlrit Rufus Scott., AKMlc.Krtink l'hM3c., dental corps who also will be here;

Kenny Hesler t little Caesar) | Two officers at NATechTraCen (;illlespUv AONKlc. JiVllt>ourn. for separation in a few days
and his buddy Leach, ate litt'rall,1were Sk2c.t'llllant Rlle.SkV2c.. : John I No decision\ has been: reached < last week underAlJs'av t
piomoted Cuirinon, Sic, Dviothy Williams Sic.For ,
going to the dogs: these days ( the l I. a successor to Captain Wescott us
NATT ene 411-15' dated 1 December St. Louis. Mo.' -Robeit \\'Issmttn.AFClc. senior medical officer.
dog ract'sl.* It seems they are constantly :' Clarence Kouste. AOM2c.
guided by Ole Gal Luck. 1945. I For Crest Lakes." Ill OiaUl Zast- ------

However, after celebrating the Ens George Adams was pro row, AEMlc. Donald, Stauffer., MMlc., lc rowskl., Alex SpiXHc.DernatatU.Donald AMM3o Klmsey., Frank ARM
A} ( ll' RIt\mond
fact 'tis said, they return with Thomas AtlelRperjsei. :
It'II8'moted to lieutenant (jg) and John RndtKe. rrt.M2 Benny Benekk-k. Pit Dlrlshlno. 81.JOltl'ph/ Cunning*,
than they start with. A. Norton advanced fiom gunner i M2e, Hubert Maddux.i AEM2c. Frederick : I AOMlc. Robert Da\ls. AKM2o > l"".yil
A new song has been written In to chief IhrlK. AOM.V, Clarence Hra\rln Southall. F2c.: Raphael Schnelly, AOMT
gunner. I
(Us ee. Building 501. "Who put the ___ -_ I AOMlc: : ,Sic C'.ustax Or i haul Johnson Bchnk.cn.SU- Fred S2c Kerliuson. tHlt -- ,' 1'For Toledo, Ohio John Kmlfco,
cheese on Mr. Keedy's trousers." I >ert Ones CM2c. Jeione Ozd.xck. AO AOM2o. Maurice Stutz, AOM2c.:
Patient "Sorr to : I' For Boston Mass.-Jilt ha id K<'It-hum,
It seems as tho' some prankster got : y bring you ana MT2c, Francis Rernerson. Sic. Howard
little free with some limburger : the way out here, Doc." tlarrlson. AOMTAJerry llol>, AKMlc.LlUity ACOM. Charles Tredtln, Cox, Kari
Liilomla, AKT2c.I SchillingAKClc! Jack 'al'llII'I.) MuK2c,
n" Al Coleman and Keedy\: got some of it. he was I Doctor: "Oh that's all right. I'll Allied'ag" land PhM'Jc. Clai 'n *
I For Washington. D. C.-Katie Ouzts.HAlc. i
Munn. Sic f.co AOM2c.
The AEM Visual Aids Department I a very lonely man the rest of the see another patient and kill two Floience Domjin SCJk-. ,, For Camp Wallace Massery, Texas-JtmtsChambllss.
has just lost a darn pood daynobody would go near him. birds with one stone." For Lido Beach N. Y.-Kenneth'' AOM2c.
In Disbursingit's still Feudin', -- ----- Ryan. AKClc. Michael ChxuUej.I AOMT I For l'orColk'a.JlJmpI Freeman,
cartoonist and of course AEM) j time. So if you're not from N. J. off now and get me a hair cutthey're 2c. Ceoive; Zlmmei' AOMlc. BoleslausKlllp. AOM2o.: Paul Phillips. AFC3c. OO'H
In the of Floyd "Junior"fill At J\I 1f3t: Kiederlfk RUh. AKMac.Rundel : Bur khlrt AOMZc.
person i (mosquitoes paradise >, glt'st"lt saying I look like the male '
Schmidt (.'ov For New York, N. Y.-Florence' haw"
} He shipped out to Corpus a shootin' iron I'll have to .hove equivalent! of a mainside wave. For Balnbildtie. MaUatloie' Znuml- k skl. Bkr3c. ,
--.- -- -- For Norman, Okla. Cabin Tuinei ,
(Christ!, Tex., where he will go to
Into line maintenance. We are going Meet the New Wearers of Scrambled E SU-For Gerald Bremerton'ai Matthews Sic>li.,- Lawunce
to miss his and ,ggs '
: hippy spirit _._._ ,_". ,._ ._u, .,,_. -'-'.. .,.. Rice. AOM2o. CallrJCI'C't'lIIFtllell.
Jokes ( mostly corn) The guys and I Fur Tcimlnal Island '
AO.M2P.: Clyde Thomsen. AMM
gals threw him a "bangup"g.od- a ;:\\lllljim. Hill, AOMZc, Albert Reagan -
bye party in Larry's and a real j ,r ; AOK.M.FIII :
1.1(1(1 time was had by all Theinerry Minneapolls, MlnnLl'tn)3', ',
mood reached its peak when I IKuth AEMlc.Fin .
San Francisco' Calif.-KUlora
Dole had to chug-a-lug Roberts. HAlc.
(that's the game with the dime For Sampson, New Yoik-JowphKtmpinskl.
and glass). It ended up with singing I HAH1.F ,
I ,n .liekson\llle, Fla.-Talmav* r nus -
and at this writing, yours tru- ('SK 1', Ira Ferguson, Sr'altt'l
Jy still! has Larry-gitus. ) \Ial 'In, S2c. Alexander( Pt'II, AOMlc,
The patties we've had recently Thai, lit Wuddall. CSpA( ), O d.. tlU
> ShlelUs AL>M2c. '
are old) news now, but I must tell AEMlr, Jiu-k 1\ lle, Fti'f'2I.Ot': AimamiKerber. : ,i
you about our two rambunkious [ S AEMlc, Harold 1'ost. AKMIc.
Huglar Boys Blevvet & Hagans. at William Hui si. AEMlc. George MthiilK -
> AEMlc. Kiederlck) Fuchs AEMlc,
the X.O.D. Part)'. They engaged in A, Anllle (Cooper AEMlc. Thomas Hair,
A little contest with Bob Rager, AEMli.' Clarence Roots, SptA)2c. Sam'uel
but wound up "}fors de combat" I Clone fox. Call Welnlraub.''; SptA)

and spent the rest of the time outside h le lc>. Oils AFC2c.Cnpps.Ravmond CSpA. Aithurhffct Vandeisilff-,

recuperating. They were helped s MM ) a AEM3c Beinard Devxltt. Spt.2c: ,
into the Home-bound Bus and k Ralph Black AO. IT2I., Milton Fussier' ',
'$ AOMlc. William !Newman.: AM2c. John
., ,* I do mean helped. : Doerr AOMT2c.! Da\ld Houston FhM
"'I"'!!!s 41After.: the Personnel PartyCa : :3c BpI nard Menke. AFC2c, John Hansen .
I., ,; rol.' McCMl. Piper and their re.upective : AOM2o. William Rlpley AEMVt,
James. Bone AKM2c. Carl Miller. Fit
partners didn't feel a bit : Mlc Ward Dai ling AKM2c. Victor,
tired"s0.tbey sallied forth "Joint itfIEj Mlculka Ptrl<', James King CM2:; :,
Hunting1,and got a bad start with'FltTheir George Gaddis. SIC Thomas Murray,
SCIr. Anthony Lampaielll, Sp Ac) ,
tool kit consisted of _
\. ? William Gann. AMMlc. Jessie McMuokin.
\ (*. mail) file. How they got the flat AOMlc. Donald Busch AEMSV' ,
,fixed beyond me, but they di> u. ---'- Charlie Trantham, AEM2c, Fivnk

I'm told that Mystic Towers, ROBERT F. ULYTIIE CI.AKKNCK; n. COXC.RR; JOIN D. 1'ATTKKSOX Bartczak IA), Arthur, AEMlc.Heilthy Henry, Sic, Amon Paul Ram.sey. CSp.

Gus (one of our stalwart cops) |I AEMlc. Carl Hagan, AEMlc. An
The officers above purchased new a result of la..tH't''k'" AlXav promoting them from
and of course, Pot Turnbull, ar"conditioning" capsan thin Metnes. AEMlc, Austin Motur,
for their civilian lieutenant commander to commander. Conulr. Itl.vltie has been rut|rrlntemlent of training sine" last AJo1'IIk' William Bennett AEMlr.: John

tivities. They were actually\ aC-1 January. Comdr. Conger has been In charge of the' Automatic I'll,nt school, since September andI. Gioft.Richard Sic.Anderson WUllanGolden, AOMlc., AEMle John Ban-
a toy store in Jacksonville, Comtlr. I'atterson has Ixt-n Ship's Venice officer since January, 1)42! I. They Mill rank from ft Novem- I durlk AEM2c.' Frederick' Bosland. AfcM

with Vo-Yo'.i. Now, you her 11)! 13. (Continue on lage. Twelve
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Page Twelve NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 13 December, 1945

Basketeers Post I I Here's NATTC Basketball Z Squad I All-Stars, Camp

'. 60-40 Win Over Johnston Battle

Tk' \' .
ktC ".y\ drt r\ a. a /1
Daytona HospitalA 1 r t* 1.1' To Scoreless TieThe

NATTC All-Stars and Camp
NATTC team
up its second victory in as man rank ; t = a ,Lf t a i[ Gordon Johnston'a llelldivers
ar f 4E hard scoreless tic
starts when they blasted a visiting ; +e t played a fought,
t' i iat
team from Welch Convalescent d R In the first annual Fish Bowl football -

Hospital of Daytona Beach last I 1 game in Tallahassee Saturday

Friday night on the local com t $a* Its1 I! afternoon before 2,000 fans.
The score of 60-40 tells a pretty The contest, forerunner of the

good story of the superior ahilitx! > numerous bowl games throughoutthe
of the Air Raiders. i tt8 t I + + i 1 ,iiIl #-'! nation, was sponsored by the

The game started out slow and Tallahassee Lions' club with pro
like thriller ceeds going to a fund for construc-
it looked a prospective
: tion of the Baptist Memorial hospital -
as the two teams took their first $
period rest with NATTC holding a e ... '('
10-11 advantage The lead had Although they failed to score, 'f ""

changed hands tour times and was the NATTC men Were the :mote ,
tied twice. After that it was just" aggressive. Tbey.carried the at-

a case of how high the Air Raiders! } P t .e.wwa w k tack to the shadows of the Army ,oj'
wanted to raise the final score. K goal twlce.jeach.tune having their ...

Don Husvar potted a short one- scoring chances'.turned, back. by ';
hander to open the scoring but injuries and bad breaks. J. ;,.,.

Reamod and Storkel connected to Completed: from Duke I.:'
give the Welch five a 4.2 lead. .Iddon I"' '1": -- r--,.-., .. A,..",_,..__ _._......._..."'-,,_ V17'W" ,_ Lallullier! to HeUer passe kept most of

Jug GJurich dropped in a gift toss ABOVE IS TilE SQUAD which Is expected: to go places: on the harduood court for NATTC this I the playing in Army territory but
and Harley Collins! drove throughfor M-USOM TheIr Raiders have posted victories In their first two starts this season. The squad, left to when it came to bucking the

a basket and the Raiders were I right Front row-Jack Warder, guard; Dan Frrezan, forward; Milan Gjurich, guard; Harley Collins! heavier Army line to get in pay
In the lead, 5-4. Storkel hit a long guard (captain) ; Don Husvar, forward; Hob Ilchrman, center; Jim Ferguson, forward. Second row- dirt the Navy men were stopped.

set shot to put the visitors ahead ( Jim Hartigan, manager; Hob I'lunkctt, forward; Jim Marcolivio: center; Kil Maries! guard; Henry Barnes, Harrison and Chisel led
again but Don Husvar got two Lutz, guard; Dick lodges, forward; Henry OoluSteln, trainer; Lt. Com lr. John J. Gallagher, roach.' Albert the rough attack which netted the

quick baskets and the locals hada I Kalinidi, renter, Is not in the picture All-Stars a nine to three margin
---- ---
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lead that they never relinquished.In I on first downs and a 100-yard advantage

the second quarter the NAT : Month's List Of i DEMOBILIZATION (Intramural CageLeagues in ground gained.

TC five began to pull away. Bob Facts and Fantasy Open The Army kicked off to open the
Plunkett. entering the game mid- Continued from rage Ele\en I contest and Klminkl lugged the
way in the second quarter, put on lc, Jerry Collins. Bin 3c, Ermet Dee. Ky Jim Bulial, Sp\lc( ) The Intramural Basketball ball back 25 yards before he was
a remarkable shooting exhibition. AEM2c, Earl Decline, AEM2c.: JohnUemarcc Ship's Editorial Association I Leagues are underway after a dropped. LaHullier hUlled the first
AEM3c.J Joseph Eubank. If this about 30 week's delay due to insufficient I,
Ht hit four times before the first were years ago an of his many long passes' and Helser
half ended to the Air Raidersa AUMlf. Uustavus Clok AEMlc. Fred or more and points were number of teams. The league forShip's
give Hahn, AKC2c. Stele Halanskl. AEMlc-; your very I grabbed it on the,,15. Four tries
23-17 margin. Robert Hallbeck, ACOM; Roland Har anemic--you might still be able, to I Company opened Tuesday through the line railed, however, .
The second half turned out to well. SC2c Walter Holman. CSpiA: ). get out of the Navy, by BUYING I with the Electricians Mate (T-EM) and Army took over.
Robert Homer, AKMlc, Ira Jordan out. The "hush" I playing the Mess Cooks. Other
your way
be t fine display of football. A AEM3c: Louis Lanard, AOM3c; Howard money I The second period was all even.
great share of the time was spent Lclner. Bkr3c, Calvin Masters. AOM3e.; was determined by length of servo i games scheduled were Welfare Barnes was after
In the floor. The teams found I Carlyle ;McDonald SC3c. John MiGov- ice. This was legal, too It was 'versus Fire Control (T-FC) and injured tackling
ern AEM3c; Frank Owens Cox: William I provided for by an Act of 3: March I Personnel versus Disbursing Grace, Army backfield star, on his
time, however to do plenty of Peeler, AO12c11",11; Putfh M3c.Louts only long run of the afternoon. A
scoring. I AOMlc, James Kodger* 11893 and was discontinued in 1P16 Tonight the School League will!
lcItC'l'l Rushton, AEMlc, John; 1 them was the days. get underway. Two to long Army pass'" was knocked down
Plunkett Collins and Husvar RymcT, SpA). I I ___ be in games are by Hawkins and the half ended
kept right on pouring them in during Milton Sable HAlc. Arthur Sanp.AEMlc I I played that league and one with Navy again pounding without
the third quarter and the game ; Mark Si-haffstall, AEMlr. \\ alter I TO THE POINT: (scuttlebutt game in the Ship's Company avail against the Army line.
began to look like a rout as Lt. Schell. AEM3c: ; MeMn Shoup. AEM says! points \\lIIl1rllp two points a League. At 1800 the Aviation Ord- Navy began another aerial attack
3c. Roy Smith, SCB2c; Bernard bproles, month after 1 January Don't nanceman School will! meet the I
Comdr. J. J. Gallagher used his en- AEMlc.; Glen Stewart Cox HcmStrasser > at the start of the second
tire squad of 13 players in an effort AO12r.larshaJi; ; TackeU, count on extra points for sea dutyor Aviation Fire Control team AEMof I half, with Army intercepting one
s to keep the score down. However AE.M2c; Malcolm 1'a'lor.0'l1'2r.. llob- battle stars. An official poll Barracks 18 will tangle with heave and running it back to the
ert Taylor, AEMlc.; Robert Thomson I taken among a "selected cross-sec the Aviation Fundamentals squadat
the Welch team was tiring AMlc, Peter Vamlermeulen AU.MJc, Navy one-yard stripe. The play
tion of 1000 and
1,000 officers
fast and the Air Raiders' second Glendal Wade. AOMTlc: Robert wainwright reserve a Ship's Company was called back to the 15-yard line,
team kept the ball rolling at a AMM3c: Arden Wood, :SpAlc.: ) showed that 8.8 per cent are definitely League game will be played at however, and Army penalized for
\V'llliamV'ood, AEM3c.;; William Wor Interested In transferring: to 2000, between the Dispensary team
fast pace. Hodges Ferguson and rell. AEMlc 1: : Peter Zllne, SADlc. Leroy the and Ordnance T-AO out-of-bounds. LalIullier completed
Regular (
Marcolivio! all found their scoring Kaupel. SkV2c, Bill Hutchins, SkV2o, Keslgna- ) I a :SO-yard pass to Ked Harrison -
Archie Nickell. SkV2c. lions of Navy nurses for the i purpose After next week's
aye and when they had finishedthe i games on for another spectacular play
final score read 60-40. Thomas Mcgowan Sic, Olher Cough-/ } of marr'lng"m't receive ap Tuesday and Thursday, the leagueswill in the same quarter.

Bob Plunkett and Don Husvarled Bujak I In S2e, AEM2c Merton, Avers Leland, AEM2c Blackwoocf.SAD2c Harry: out proval. Married nurses ran get take a two-week vacation because NATTC opened up with all 16-

the local team in scoring with Lawrence Baker AOM2c Julian of the holiday leave schedule. inch guns in the final period, with
11 points each. Collins: and Gjurich Cook, AEMlc, Stanley Erin; AEMlc, After the holidays the leagues will Harrison, LaHullier, Barnes and
played ball Edwin Jacklln, AEM3c, Robert Kennedy Congressmen are receiving a continue. All games will be Latoskie
good in the backcourt AOMT2c. Michael Krlstlan AOM; taking turns in lugging
while Dan Ferezan and Bob Behr- Tic Stanley Lacy, I'tr3c, Harry Monroe new gripe from service people I played on Tuesdays and Thursdays. the ball. Twice they reached the
man showed a lot of fight under AEM2c; Carl Myer. AEMlc, Stanley this time it's from female dis The Ship's Company league is Army 10-yard marker, each time
the boards. Parzuchowskl, AEMlc, Walter Ram- chargees who are irritated with composed of eight teams and the the llclldivers holding when the
bo, AEM2e; Arthur Schoono\er, Co.\:
The visiting team was led by Allen :Starks: AEMlc, Ernest; Weeks, the discharge button, known in School League has five members. I chips were down.NAT'rl .
Storkel. who also walked off with AEM2c: Janes Wilkinson. SADlc, Da- some. circles as "ruptured duck.. Lt. C. C. Kelley of the Physical Army
top scoring honors for the evening \id WorthlnKton, AEMlc, Frank Yo- Seems the button can't be worn on Training Department hopes to adda Ulscr LK: Jnbodcn
wan, AUMT3C, Duckwlnkler I ,
Raymond Snyder LT Willard
with 12 tallies. BKr2c, Salvatore Mangerl, Bkr2c, Theo-; a sweater and some gals are par few more teams if possible. The Sllwanowls LG Heyman
\\ .If'h llo-nital doer llawcs, AFC2c, Russell Klmlcr tial to sweaters. Watch for a schedule will be revised and all Chisel C Keeney
KG KT I'F AOM2c, John Venner. AEM2c::; Clarence stickum-type duck. teams will play at least once a Slater RG WisnlewRkl
Reamod 3 0 Davis, AEM3c, Herman Thompson, week. In the Halt KT Smith
Fofqulm n 1 1 AOMlc: Richard Carroll, AO13e11; event that more White KK: \\hlle
fvauli; 4 0 0 liam Wright SClc Clifford Depln. AFC Next to Washington monument teams enter, play will be held on roster' QB Harvey
Wr.r 2 2 3c, Thomas Hammerstrom; C flc, Walter and the glories of Ninth three nights each week instead of Lallulllff LI Il McKee
o i Weems, AOM2c.; two KImlnki RII Grace
Storkel 8 :a 2 David Loner, CSpA( ), Donald l< Brooks street hearings of the Senate Lnstoskle I'U Dutton
Vaughn 2 2 2 AEMlc. Mclntyre. AEMlc, Edward' Naval Affairs unllliIitan': Affairs -- -t+i*-- Officials: Buck l.oneur. umplie; Euv
Montgomery, AEMlc.::: Gem go Wither, committees! are getting; the NKwTtATES ton, referee; Hothateen, head linesman.:
Total 16 $ 10 AEM c, Arthur Nelson, B.Mle: William I ---- -- -
:N.mc Pooser, HAlc Allied TIpton, Mac.1- I sightseeing play of "sen Ice )personnel (SEA) ,_The Navy has created I .
.'0 FT I'F ter Garnett, AEML'c: ; :! Frank Llllle, AEM:: In the nation's I'aJlltuI.'I.'n. two new ratings, Electronic Tech MMITIZ' I'LACl IX S. i).
r _"" "' 3 0 0 3c, James Sumpter, CCM.; Dam Id Rev voids .
ever gold or hra"! nician's
rlunk 1 rt II 1 0 AOM3c, Julius Cross ;MoMM3c.; ; j !! Mate and Aviation Elcc- ( ) personal flag of
If'.hl.I'' 4 :3 1 Forrest Kelly, AOMlc Eel'ettn 1 F"I ;u"n 2 0 0 on, AFC2c Robert Atkinson, Ao.Mlc: I I on demobilisation matters, the | place the ratings of Radio Technician now hangs in the Governor'': re-
II ,d4cv 2 0 0 Olin Dryson. AEMSc, Frank HI 10111'1. h '
I I hearing rooms are packed with and Aviation Radio Technician ception room in South Dakota.
/1'I1Hr./ -
:I 0 3 AEM2c, Hyman Kalmanson. AEM2cGeorge : !
'I u'Ltlr\ > l 0 2 Olson AEM2c. Albeit Opel{ I ogling GU who can't quite gel'lI.rtl I, respectively. Qualifications The dirt-stained flag of five white
I, .11'IJ"h" 1 0 0 AOM2c. Feinand Pllosl, CSpiA Benjamin : j' to the fact that anybody and duties are the same as previously I I I stars on a blue background, was
,.J'n.,' 3 3 2 Robbins, AEM2c, Arthur Shen- 'I could have the 1II'rto ask questions described and personnel in ,, flown from the USS South Dakota
I ;
Sort :l derleln. AOMlc.: Ben Smith. AOM2c.:!
.1 I.L'" 1 0 0 Tyler. Williams. sometimes embarrassingquestions I the former rating; are being when she was at anchor in Tokyo
Warner 0' 0 0 [\3C, iefPofrO AEM2c.: of admirals and gen changed to equal pay grmies in Bay following the Japanese siirreiulvi -
Lute 0 0 1 I For Norman Okla.-Slrtnev' Mark: t"raJ.huill ath'l1Iluwe-oft'il.t'r" the new ratings. _

Total Referee: P. B. Craig X and. R.10 C. I Sic."I I outnumber hot lun('ht...enlisted personnel and USO Show Here Tonight \

Warner would like to marry yourdaughter. :
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1 Navy V-12s may now transfer '
A houldei strap Is a piece of "Well, you can leave your nam to other duty at their own request
ribbon worn to keep an attraction and address and if nothing better I I and become eligible for t
II musteringout r RY Q jn
from becoming a sensation. | shows up. we can notify you pay and the GI Bill of Rights
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after serving 90 days of general:

. NA TTC, Army' in Fish Bowl enlisted dutyEnlisted

Leathernecks: discharged ,
since V-J day may enter

the Volunteer Marine Corp Io.ierve .
and retain their wartime rate Y YSi
4 while on inactive! duty. Enlistmentsare t
for periods of three or four R fI
years antI have the same requirements Ir :) ;)5 r Mt
as the regular Marine Corps

4 The Navy is using as traiisjxirlsHIS : I
: ships; of all types with a total r ;

capacity! of 1,3G.V: 6. IN goal is
to "get all eligible personnel home I

- gi itskj if p by early summer. Answering a
request from a :Senate investigating } : 1 u c
1 trt F committee! to stop laying up i e (S
combat shlpi wliile men are still
to be returned from overseas, the
. Navy reported it would reties the. I
problem but said that delay'* in

........ .... o' "O'" .,- -_ -, ".. decommissioning! combatant ships( I
The above photo, taken by an Army photographer, shows Duke might slow up the Nat'y'mu ewn de- H.Jm1111'1': AM: ) ,AI.H'; 11rt\ '.INti, uell-knov\n conuxlyd.inee
Lallullier lugging! (lie ball on one of Isis nian) trips gnulvvard in iiKiltili/.ution program.u '! ti-ain. art featured in "IlaU Ofl," 11 tISO-' ('allll' Slio\\ Musical
Saturday' contest et\veen, the NATTC All-Star* and Camp: Gordon *. -- Kevii here tatty for )pfrformaiues at 1KOO and 2UOO( In the NATTC '.

Johnston at Tallahassee. J illiillier, a star all afternoon, was Htoj>[>e:'J Gal: "Do you-I short of a toucluUnvn and efforts to |IIf'lwtr..t.. the heavy Army line to sailors who feel low ?" heir which they first Inlrodiiced to audieni-en at lime .St. ICcgU", Hotel

failed. R. K. fckhe-be (No 22; foreground/ ) rushoft up to help the S2c: "No, what ?" and Leon 1' F-iMie In New York, With White and Manning will l><*
NATTC ball carrier. Tim grime finh-il ....nrp..iesv. (;al' "They get slapped.' JaiiiPH Kvatis veteran juggler, and Kill It.irdo and hint orche'ltra.r .

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