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VOL. 3, No. 41 ,_;.... _/.. 20 December, 1945


Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command


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




First Peacetime Christmas Since 1940 To Be Observed I



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I CHRISTMAS SCENES ABOUT THE STATION
TransportationCannot ,...,"" -: _. II(. .t'-, ff's Gala Events To



HandleAll Mark HolidaysFor


PersonnelOnly Those Here

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Half Number i Zt'& ,. : Religious Services
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Wanting To Leave Also Scheduled And

Can Go On Trains Kiddies Remembered

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Not more than half the per- Fverythinpas; poised and

sonnel planning to go jn in readiness yesterday for

Christmas leaves by rail or launching the biggest Christmas -

bus will be able to do so, is celebration in the historyof

the alarming information given 4 NAS Jacksonville.With .

by the Transportation officer an elaborate Xmas enter-
tainment program provided t y the
of the Seventh Naval
Welfare with
Department, holiday
District after a survey here.A leaves for practically everyone,
questionnaire, answered by and with a holiday schedule main-
personnel at the same time they tained on 22, 23 21, and 25 De-
applied for leaves in order to get cember for those not on leave,
an estimate of the number desir- II t there's no doubt about it being
ing to go by train in other than sr'S I truly a "Merry Christmas" the
reserved feats, reveals that the first free from fear since 1910.
transportation companies will be Keligiou Services Set
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unable to handle all would-be "' .' nn The side of the holidayhas
passengers religious
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on the 21st and 28th. They I ...'.t ....<.t#'...-00' *" .,.1'. 4 to.;;.,wf'._", (Top) A Nativity scene is on the lawn in frontof not been neglected and ample
probably will not be able to absorb .\ provision has been made for divine
> the chapels. (Center) Welfare's Christmas pro-
the overflow for the following two |I 01 ) ; I worship. The station chapels will
Ira Hills
l' pro gram la scanned by Bob Jones, Sic, of Beverly ,
days after each of these periods, it be the scene of almost constant l: activity -
Calif., while Betty Culpepper, Y2c, sizes up the large
'f" We.1UWl Gui Ia At
also out. the
was pointed LP during holiday season.
I
Little Space A'allableAll I t ism! tTzrooo: lit cAss'*lcMo+H 4 k-f package placed in front of the Rec building. (Bottom They have been decorated in keep-
It Cft.::! 'tssAFatiG:; ... ) Santa arrives in tropical Florida under the
activities in the Jacksonville with the Christmas season, and
,< telL Z) C145501SSP57MSPs5TY.: r( shade of a palm tree at the front of Aircraft Storage I ing
area boarding men at the Union the Chancels have been banked
#II' m' 20,m$ PlJas %rS f'dTV' tcF building. His sleigh is towed by a plane.
Station were interviewed, and I with evergreens and poinsettias.
their information U that comparatively Ja::k s pits Itr r6r ;' -- -"....---- I The choirs have been practicing
little coach space will bed *| !K lti'\1f.m.JII Cm!. OI*lSfiM$ i ..rUPGsa I I for weeks the singing of traditional
available. The railroads said that AT I4"00.. '!. Christmas music and carols.

having a railroad ticket, other ..,. ': Protestant services will be heldas
't
. than reserved space, would not as *'1 01C.2d QYTT0 aaxr-.' ,, follows: Sunday'. 23 December
II' SIre a passenger space, and they J I rxr 0A5,515 f fAc'a1j 1x Communion Service, 0730; Morn-
.,,,C. to be busy in January refunding \ a5t ing Worship with carol singing by
';\1,- a large number of tickets the congregation and Christmasmusic
that could not be used during the ,_ by the choir at 0930 and
h,>1 lLiy: peuodUud lui;.; Chaplain Francis Lee Albert
lines report they have no 44 will preach his initial sermon on
extra equipment and will be able et Hi'raiding The Christ at the 1015
i. to accommodate only a few. Tsai ,r } S aerice; Carol singing and prayers
The questionnaire showed that 1 I with the WAVES choir at 1600;
. 2.606 from NAS Jax desire to Monday, 24 December Candle
leave tomorrow, 21 December but light Carol Service followed by
that only 910 of this number can be .. Hilly Communion 2230; Christ- '
accommodated by railroads. This ma1- Day Tuesday 25>> December-
does not mean 010 seats on trains, Hoi Communion' and Prayers,
either but includes standing room 10JO
and dangling room. It was pointedout Catholic Christmas services will
that moat trains will be almost be held in St Edward's Chapel. A
crowded by tho time they reach Tnduum of Adoration of the Blessed -
I Jacksonville from East and West Sacrament will be conductedin

coast points. preparation for Christmas on
Here is the situation as reportedby Saturday Sunday. and Monday
the survey for 21 December: I evenings as follows:
Train Iieiart It"'I. T"k. 1700Mass Coram Sanctlssl-
Sea ,10'1 19i\! 762 150Art. I tL nit.
316 04W 110 100 I ',, ': '''. -
ACL 711 0150 87 37 hl .. .. ,. "' '1 1000-Triduum Prayers consistIng -
I\I 01tO 7 I,'it "' ) l: of Rosary. Meditation and
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'::1. 9- Ig50 2S- l "I,,""" + '" Benediction of the Most Blessed

AI a: .'. 1425 1455 106 Ihl none none i z 1 i .:;ii' 1"1: .*,'.: 1: : -, .. '1.' ,. Sal'rament.
Sea 1. 1535 36 none'I d t., N" ",.all<,, ".... A W< m S + N The Blessed Sacrament will remain -
ACL 8 I5r.O U Oll"M'L .' ; exposed for the Adoration of
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U1 (lliiate) 2100 U HOACL 61
: fH (IS.minal..) 2tOO 3H t60 : lt. :;; { the Faithful from the beginning of
ACL U (Southland) 2100 173 )0Sou. ( \ : >, 1 :; the Mass at 1700 to the end of the
a 0100 14 It Triduum Services at 1930. Confessions
Sou. 4 2100 147 .one .".:.:.. 'd" SSI !! will be heard before, during,
t At.L HI ((5t5aie F.) 07JO: 711 711 "7 ,
4CL 18 451nrn5ngo) 0730 Z'l U and after Triduum Services! on
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f'L Ch'Ci11111: OOIG 64 wnb 1" IJJ ; I in.w three evening
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sea 3\1\ 21tO .. s Celebrate Mans
sea 87 0950 f 6 j -
bent 8 20U IU lion' Solemn High Mass will be cele-
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a Two JAX AIR NEWS I 20 December,. 1945




. TOUR i MADE OF ANCUOIIACEvh\ t .A ..M vM Admiral Davison Says





i Merger Not SolutionAmalgamation ..


of Army and Navy is not cure-all, Hoar

Admiral Ralph E. Davison, CNAAdTra, pointed out to prom

inent Jacksonville citizens assembled at Green Cove Springsfor -

a tour of the Fleet Reserve} Anchorage_. there..
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Admiral Davison, speaking at -, That it'is- by the acid
4 proven
the officers'_ club of the anchor
I I test of war itself that the organi -
age, presented the Navy Depart zation of the Navy, comprising submarines
ment's views towards the proposal I carrier task forces, amphibious
for a single Department of National !I operations, aerial recon-
Defense. He likened the
Navy to a corporation bigger than nalsance its and strategical anti-submarine and tactical war U.5.NAVAL_ HOSPITALBy
fare,
General Motors and General Electric I service on
combined, and said the sole employment and logistic sound and Celia Zoe Pipkin, Ens. (:NC)
were
seas,
high
the
purchasing agent of such an organization The first all Ship's Company
efft'ctl\'e
would "have a "job 5. That its personnel its training dance at thet:Naval Hospital was a.gnat .
w hlch, none of us would envy
of a high
The Navy believes that what Is its leadership, were success! The staff danced in
over-all lather thana order of ability, courage, aggressiveness the Hospital Auditorium Tuesday
1 1K 1j wanted is an and teamwork.

piece-meal, national security 6. That the ,Navy is progressivein night from 2000-to 2400 to the
plan, the CNAAdTra pointed out. 'and in the adoption good music of the NAGS Band
"It would not only remedy past deficiencies IIplrlt of modern purpose equipment and I I Neither the Recreation Hall no.

but should provide for methods of Naval and aerial war- Ii the auditorium was ever prcttler-
the future," he said. they were decorated with brightly

Emphasis on three organizations I fare.7, That the Navy is opposed to I colored stars, Christmas trees, and
is embodied In the Navy plan as I frantic and bigotted haste in ef even old Santa climbing up to the
Admiral t>avison: first, II
given by revolutionary changes in chimney in the background loaded ,
a body which will integrate all elements its fecting organization, composition or down with his pack. There was
I .
next
of national security; mission. Changes, to be justified! ,, real live Santa Claus around fo
a central research and development must be constructive and acceptable I part of the evening, just checkingto
agency; and then a central intelligence -I from a factual, as distinct I II see that everyone had fun, he

"Most agency.of all," he said, "we feel I from an opinion carefully, basis. considered The Navyis I I too.said, but we believe he enjoyed it
submitting
most be continuedas
that the Navy
to
an integrated service, not only plans for organization changes I
with its own air forces but the Congress. There was also a very gala
with its Marine Corps and related I 8. That our National Securityfor Christmas dance held for the pa-
immediate needs and future security tients on 13 December in the au-

amphibious Admiral Davison components.asked the Jacksonville requires a Navy and a Navy ditorium with excellent music supplied -

men, which included Mayor Department comprising its pres- by the Mainside Band and
C. Frank Whitehead, city offi- ently constituted elements for the dancing partners in the form of
cials, and Chamber of Commerce control of the seas and of the air one hundred Rainbow Hostesses

members, to "let joUr representatives above the seas, not as auxiliary from Jacksonville. The Red Cross
in House and Senate know service for the Army, not in a sec- served refreshments before the

Y position in this most critical I' ondary category in our National dance in a beautifully decorated
r your but rather in
councils,
of the day." security Recreational Hall.
ircet question NAT Opposes MergerAll full stature, coordinated. by, coequal -

the Chiefs of Naval Air I thereto. If you enjoy good music! andhaven't
in 1924-1925, so in
Training have expressed! their ar- 9. That as been going to the recordedall
opposed to absorption -
dent opposition to the Army mer- 1945, the of Navy Naval Air functions byArmy'Air request programs held in the .

ger.Their Forces and for much the II hospital library in Ship's Service
reasons, as propounded by building every Wednesday from
Admiral Charles A, Pownall, same reason as! applied 20 years
Rear the 1930 to 2100 you have really been
Chief of Naval Air Training,,,are: ago. The action report of ac-II I missing something. There are 53
of World War ,
'1. That the Navy did wage war complishments I new albums of the classics and
which the carrier task force
efficiently and effectively. in I light classics including everythingfrom
role in the
2. That it accomplished its as- played the predominant Beethoven, Mozart, Bach,
the far reaches of :
advance across
signed Naval missions and at- Strauss, Chopin to Gershw in's
the Pacific and in driving the Ger-
in both the Pacific "
'.victory
Rhapsody in Blue, and an album \
out of the Atlan-
submarines
and Atlantic theaters of operation. man
of "Music that Lives Forever" thatis
3. That it was the greatest. and tic, proves and justifies that the excellent. There is also a new
most exciting test of Naval war- Navy's position was not only cor- recording of Jose Iturbi plavingChopin's
fare in our Nation's history. rect it was vitally correct"THE "
-- i (l "Polonaise, and many,
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many others. Remember it is/in all
NEW CNO AND CINCPAC I
I request program-the iX"jic ;you
---0- want to hear. '

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Don't forget to save time to tee
"Navy Date" coming to the Hospital
\
Auditorium 21 22, 23, 24 December. ...
I It is an all Navy cast of
eight sailors and four Waves It
I will be a lot of fun and a truly
.
excellent show! x
3s -

Listen tomorrow, Friday night,
for the Waves singing Christmas

Carols. They will be on an, the

wards over the hospital compound.The .
choir of the Protestant Chapel

,. will give a program of Christ
i t.. .. fr1 R" mas music on Dand A-6 tomorrow J
.
night also.
.
4H P
Our thankse week go to
the Sixth Grade Choir of the Lack-
1M ifdiinim ,; iiit .... i9 w anna public school, under the di-
rL FLEET: ADMIRAL CHESTER W. NIMITleft( ) took over as wanna Public School under the direction -

Chief of Naval Operations last Saturday, relieving Fleet Admiral ,j t of Miss Evelyn Shuler, for
Ernest J. King. Admiral Raymond A, Spruance (right) replaced I the excellent, program of Christmas -

Nimitz, CinCPAC, i music they gave on the wards
last Tuesday., Also to Mrs. May
Scott of Jacksonville who com.
New Chief Of Operations Man out every Wednesday and give

two hours of piano music on D-l
Of Great Naval AchievementFleet and one other ward. Mrs. Scott has

been coming out to the hospital

Admiral Chester W. Nim trim; by brisk walks. ,Shorts and; For a long time and we do appreciate -
itz made a pledge to do his utmost her interest as it breaks the
when taking over as Chief of Na- open collar shirts were the unfail- monotony of what is often a dull

val Operations last Saturday."I ing uniform at his Guam headquarters day, especially for bed patients.The .

have just taken on a great When time permitted, he

....... -VMMOMDMMHMM t responsibility. I will do my utmostto hunted Pacific beaches for seashells Red 'Cross has 25 complimentary -
1. One of the three boats used to take prominent Jacksonville meet it," he said
tickets for Dunninger,
of the Fleet Reserve at Green for his youngest daughter,
)) citizens on a tour anchorage after leaving wille
Just four
years the Master Mind Reader, whq
Cove Springs last Saturday is shown. Purpose of the tour was to Washington to take command of Mary, and engaged in pitching > in the George Washington Auditorium -

present the Navy's reasons for not desiring a merger with the Army. the badly smashed Pacific Fleet 10 horseshoes, sometimes with enlisted 3 January. Sign up in the
2. T. C. Imeson chairman of the Jacksonville city commission -
days after Pearl Harbor, Fleet Ad- men who challenged him. The Recreation office of the Red Crops
(left): dear Admiral Ralph E. Davison, CNAAdTra; and MayorC. miral Nimitz returned to the na- >y 1 Janary for ticket andansportation.
anchored In the Nimitzes have three daughters and your
Frank Whitehead of Jacksonville view the craft tion's capital to be CNO. : .
St. Johns river. This photo was taken on the bow of the Admiral's one son,'Com dr. Chester W. Nim
minded Freder-
in
Born army
barge itz, Jr., USN, who has had a distinguished -
60 week
icksburg, Texas, years ago We welcome aboard this :
3. Speaker'a table of a luncheon served following the tour is
Nimitz first aspired to West Point submarine career in Comdr. J. H. Bunn (MC) USN;
shown in the Fleet Anchorage Officers' Club, formerly used by Lee
Field officers. but.settled for Annapolis when offered the southwest Pacific. Lt. Comdr. Vernon Williamson

4. Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davison addresses the visitors, and the appointment. He stood Fleet Admiral King, upon being (MC) USNR: Lt. (jg) J. w.
seventh in the graduating class of catch (MC) USNR: Lt. John YeInko -
points out the Navy's views on disadvantages of merging the armed relieved by Nimitz, said, "I wish to Geryude
Lt. (
1005. (HC) USN; jg)

-forces.- .- ... --- His Navy career includes 'dutyas express to all hands of the Navy, R. Kapln (NO) USN. .
will remain in operation. Miss Mir chief of staff to the Commander Marine Corps and Coast Guard my Detached this week:

Pearlman, Tailor, iam Oppenheimer, cashier of the Submarine Force, Atlantic deep and abiding appreciation for Lt. J. M. Knox IH)) W, USNR,
Is Now Civilian shop for the past 18 months, has Fleet, In World War I. CO of the the whole-hearted efforts and de- I detached to U. S. Naval Separa-
been named manager to succeed USS AUGUSTA, commander of a votion to duty which have enabledus ''tlon Center, San Francisco, Calif., '
iw William Fearlmaft, SSM familiar figure around NAS Jacksonville the Bureau of Navigation (now also, to express to our sister serv- G. Pew (SC) W, USNR, detached \
for the past 19 months, Ky.As manager of the Ship's Serv BuPers), the post he held at Pearl ice--the Army-in all of its arms to U S. Naval Separation Center,

has been transferred to the Per- ice Uniform ,Shop since May, 19V Harbor time. and branches, ray best thanks for Vashington. D. C., for release to
sonne' Separation Center here on Pearlman has helped outfit thou As CincFac, the husky, ruddy- the cooperation and teamwork Inactive duty. Pharmacist E. .It.Jones

... his way back to civilian life. sands of this station's officers faced Nimitz was a tireless but imperturbable -. which made unity of. effort thereality (HCJ), USNR, detached to

The Uniform Shop, it U understood ranging from bright-eyed ensignto worker, rising usuallyat without which the war certainly Separation Center, Mainside, for
s is a permanent activity and sedate admirals., 0600 and keeping his waist-lira could not have: been won." release to!inactive duty.Poc .



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Bob Wards
\. M.INSIJD: ',.,.... Dance C.,1, Singing, in -
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no" Party ,
'"I' and M. Blanding
:<.\\WAVES Christmas"..d. Vi ". Camp

Choir Singing to'' Game' WAVES 1)tCbMi1ERDance lODU.N.tVAT. ,, '
_'"''' \Y. 22 0"'''''''' 1830.
': nllt".o.rCh" his\
Date
.\\ ..\ and "Navy ",
Cheater ZU
"b presents Band Christmas'
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Unit and
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for
.'" ."" Henderson preparation
.....".. I''P.fl.- Navy E. "Prot. Abraham o. Triduum in
11U' p., .
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C'."JChrl"..,,8' Chapel--First. ,'00.
Ed.
Prayers DECEMnELC1rINS11)l : ;;
CILU'lLti--St. Triduum (J.oodles. Refreshment.
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SUNDAY Entertainment with
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Toys
I' : ,? -annual Children's Date Farty," 1830' Christmas Worship, UU3:{)
{ : tr"N oVy 1100.
; Morning
r \ ''
,. G""d' 0'30'
1000. and
"\ "I. Hall, Service'
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..0' "'..\1..Cblld". '"' I'rayers, .
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;; .'HA1'I 14AU 10h" C,''Chapel--2nd Sing and day of Triduum.11UNU.tY ,,"" ",..... So.- .
(,;. and Edward's ::4 "EOg"Flour Show. Door :
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Party .
140) "
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Dancing Cookies Judging
,,' .... Christmaa 2000.C.1'.O. Ice Cream and Chrtstmaa Tree
e .,, 111"C" Band. Party hall;
.... Station Grab Bag Recreation .-
at IMgIirof. .'r
: Grab CLUBChildren's Dance Surprise Grab .
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lI..PI'" Date." IS30.. ,... Prizea.
Door
NAVAL 11011; "N.vy ... Show. Communion
Dance Floor Holy
". Wards-Ch-I"" Eva Christmas Party Band. 000.. followed .y MasiCIIIUSTMstS .. y ,

>, _r' / "'.80l",,1"T"CI.l11'--'v' ....... Calidlelight Service 233)" ., Solemn High

f.: Abraham-A\I ..,.,.' Ch..I- Christmaa Carols, "
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St.Edward's Families
TUESDAY and
;100. DAY Enlisted Personnel :<.. 3. 1200.

..,. ,,.,.... Dinner for Personnel and Families. Galley KecraaUwt

; >,,, ,,,...ur-Cb. 1200p.I,1O for Enlisted\ 2000.riAVAI. P.II."ta and Friend .f
Dinner r
''' Dance Dance ,.
''' Day Tea '
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NAT ,' .
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'LULL- 7
<'." .'" ( ,,"' '<.lk'"' ....). Prayers. 1030. : ; .. ';
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fi Hall 1300 ." <). ., '
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Breakfast Ch.r.l-l1o'y 0930
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W" ., -,,\I '.. .... DECEJIltt7C .
('1. .St.Fdwards'" Ch.P. FII/D.tY. 28 Point, ,80<'. ,

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Bake I' IECtMIu .. j
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30 ;
... 4lnE--Oyster a '.
II MAIN SUND.tY,....,.,.,. Noisemakeeat:;
r Tea, DICHM6r.ILIVIAINSIIl Streamers. ,
"ou" Sl '
1ON/AY Auditorium
NAVrC-hostess Dance. Malnaide .

-New Year'a Eve Party. 2000. 2001).
and
...... "''"' Year'a Eva Time." 1800
'' .\ "- "ShO' 11.1lWNATI'CNew
\ ,. '.. C.l'.O....,(._\ ,,,., Show, TUFS11.AY. 1 JN .

I' "." I'SO it. >..'" 200)230.NAV.tl. Halt. 1300.
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fw1l 5 QUITE PRESENT, har a i n ifpf j -

Editorial OfficesOffice +
of Public Information, Room 221 H. Ne uE OMVicws f romstatyolt \ I
Administration Annex, Bide. 954' .
Telephone Extension 8512 Y zs- ,
G -
Lt. Cvmdr. Jam. F. Ken,, CSNR Editor/
The JA.\ AIR NEw li published weekly at the U. S
Naval Air Station. Jacksonville, Florida by the Office ci
Futile: information at no expense to the government and incumpllanee Captain Francis Lee Albert
with secnav Circular: Letter -326hlH: May 1945. / wr Hy t}
Cokes' are distributed' dee of charge Naval AltStdtlon. /
\ the Naval Air Technical Training' Center, the. Long ago, on that first glad Christmas :':
Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Commend the Angel Choir carolled over Bethle-
morn, 1
.
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Green Cove
Naval Auxiliary Alt Station Led I Field, the Navul Air )hem's fields: "Glory to God in the highest
Gunners School, the U, S. Naval Hospital. the Naval Auxillaiy I $ II "
of Good Will.
f Air Station Municipal No. 1, and the Naval Auxllluiy \ and on earth Peace among men
Air Station Majport* Now', again, we are rejoicing in he com- .

Captain Jacksonville Anthony R. Brad Naval', Air USN Station Commanding ing of Peace on Earth, that has some promise I
\ of permanence only as long as good will is
Cai.t.in! lord N. Taylor, US-N CommandingNatal
Air Technical Training Center Z practiced among men.

Captain Claience J. Blown -. U. 8. Naval' Hospital to see that America's fairness and justice and

Curtain Maurice M. De\\olf, USNR. Commanding righteousness and unselfishness continue to
...... Naval Personnel-depuration Center promote good will\\\ and peace among all men.
Colonel Martin J. Kelleher, USMC (Ret) Commanding
Marine Barracks And how about the glory that is due God ?

Commander Edward E. Dolecek, CSV, Commanding Too many of us are leaving God out of our
Naval Air Gunners School thinking-now that peace has'comeal. ..

Commander Frank J. Corbln" USN= Commanding though most of us gave Him a pretty prominent -
Naval Auxlllaiy Air Station Gieen Cove Springs of lives
place in the program ou over!
Commander Howard K. Born USN, Commanding there and out there in the far places.
Naval Auxlllar Air Station, Cecil Held --
I -_ amazed that many
We are constantly so
Commander Salem A. VantveiJr.. LSV, CommandingNaval
Auxiliary: Air Station, Municipal' 1 people could have lived in Jesus' time and :
of His in their midst.
i Commander John R. Huhn. LSNR= Commanding been unaware presence
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Ma spoilLieut ..- But, how about us who are crowding Christ )

Col William T. E\ltna. LSMC (Ret.) Commanding UONI.5: out of Christmas '
Marine Aviation DetachmentThe
The big Christmas package up by the
JAX AIR NEWS receives Lamp: Newspaper Service
Post Office the Santa and sleigh being
end Ships Editorial Association material Republication -
ot credited matter prohibited without permission of c="s. Narrow Escape towed by a plane past the Administration
\\'ar Department. :A)5) h 4Jnd St, N.V.C. or SEA' U'usnIngion
1 K, D. C. Republication, ot any other matter: area-the Nativity Scene near the Chapels-
except by service publications Is prohibited wlthuutt'rmllslon'of Before letting 1915;) and World War II get away from the Cluldien's Big Christmas Paity special
Editor. JAX AIH NEWS, us (both of which we could do without) we'd like to pre- I Christmas menus and Christmas leaves with

{ sent a few questions for future historians, cijstal-ball own- our families and friends-all those are very
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A White Christmas and ers, tactics.and ladio commentators specializing in military science pleasant and very appropriate. But, the I'

heart of Christmas is Christ, and there can
I This little piece is written for those who We all ]know who-won the war, but we'd all like to know be no real and true Christmas for you or for
I who decided to make the mistakes that helped us to win the
are war-weary, rain-weary, crowd-weaiy any of us, unless the Babe of Bethlehem is
war. General George Marshall's:\ Biennial Bepoit; and other born hearts and in homes.
Jacksonville-weaij' weary It's also for again in bur our
I equally informed documents reveal that the United Nations
those readers who will \[ wish for is this be .1
among our constant My you that may a
were watched over by a kindly spirit at various critical times.
not get home for Christmas, who have no fu- Here are five questions that seem to have no logical answers Meiiy Christmas for you, indeed, becausei
ture, who don't like the food, who have prac- : i ou have in your inmost hearts the joy of the

tically no discharge points for one reason or 1. Why did Japan attack Pearl Harbor, and then fail to : presence of Jesus.

another, and who would gladly trade places 'invade the Hawaiian Islands? i

with any wet cat in any wet alley. II I 2. Why did Germany invade Russia in the summer of
1911-lepeating almost every one of Napoleon's famous mistakes -
f We theme stood in ,
got our as we up a ?

j crowded bus midst the holiday fragrance of I I 3. Why did Germany fail to invade Britain in 1910, and

vet overcoats and played our favorite men- after the Dunquerque incident?

tal game. The game is called "What I would ; 4. Why did Hitler fail to close the Mediterranean by occupying For schedule of Divine Services, see
I
like to do to Local Patriotic Landlords and Spain? I Christmas story on Page 1, and Christ-
Ladies Who Charge $15; Monthly for Cold and I 5. Why did the Axis fail so completely! to coordinate mas Program on Page 3.Chrl.II. .
plans and operations? Why didn't Germany, Italy, and Japan I 1
Miserable Booms. attack the democracies simultaneously in 1939 or 1911 ?
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I >rlr.c 5nlc Mutlli lUad sad Blfmlo&k
So here is the message. Look .at the Our Private; theory concerning the foregoing answers is Airline,
bright side of everything if you are able to 11CX)Small chapel.
that a benevolent sprite had it all figured out ahead of time.
lift tired head and bloodshot I II latter liny, Setnl.t! Small fhiprl. .t Muttla sad
r ra r
open your
jour This spiite planned the whole show just to teach the world t ta Birniiailiim.
e 'es. Listen to the tinkle of Christmas bellson lesson, and then reached in and pulled the chestnut out of 1900-Mutual meeting (Wednesday),
I, the street corners. Look at the giiaffe'shead the }fire just in time. And we don't think it would be a good lewUh Krlisloui Stnirri end Fc-lIoulllp liners
sticking abruptly through the plate- Friday. 1815-Small Chapel Munlln and Birmingham
idea to tiT the sprite's patience at any time in the future, I Malnklde.
glass window of Cohen Bros. department now that \vve'ie safe and sound. Tuenclay. '13.HH3TO-Chaplains' 0(1(., NATTC.
I store. Buy a flower from the old lady who -*- Tuesday, 1700-1830-Chaplain's Office, Yellow Water,
sits in front of the Hotel Mayflower door. NACiSFirst .
Do a good deed daily, no matter how muchit For Gifts Received Thursday, NAA$, of Green each Cove month Springs' 170O-1S30. Chaplain's Of.fll" '

hurts. Don't leer or sneer. Listen to all la- Second Thursday of each month. 1630-1800, Reading .
dio programs featuring "I'm Dreaming of a NOW, Dasher! Note, Dancer! Room Thursday. NAAS,of Majpott.Thlid each month. 1500-1630 Chapel JaX
White Christmas." Nolt.ucer/ and Vixen! Note: No service In PBY Hangar Area.

If none of the above suggestions help On, Comet On, Cupid!

you, then there are only two courses remaining On Dontlet and Ill lcn! I The Book' Shelf I

: 1. Find that wet cat and find out what he Few of .us can account for the speed with which time

plans to do this Christmas. 2. Buy a large runs by, but the calendar is an impersonal, cold thing, impervious Christmas shopping stattetUfaiily eailvtliis
metal Christmas bell and hire a small boy to and non-committal. And the calendar reveals that ;year, yet as usual, most of \IS hm'en't
hit you over the head with it. Chiistmas: is almost here again. made a sizable dent in our lists. We suggest 6

.. Jojeux :Noel and God bless us every one! For the first time in five years, this country and the that you might find! the answer to that last WJ

-*- families that make up this country, can celebrate in peace minute dash for a gift among the books
and security the j'eai's most popular holiday time. I found in the Station Library. For those less
I Letters to the Editor I There will be missing faces, and many group have been fortunate of us who must remain on the Sta-

called upon to sacrifice more than others, but there is nobody tion during the holiday seasons the Libiaiyoffeis \
Dear Editor: in or out of the armed services who has not felt the weightof j entertainment among the best sellers
Some time ago, it was stated in a Jax war. Those who.are present at the family gathering this in both fiction and non-fiction. Among the fiction
Air News "White Caps" WAVES column year hate every reason to be thankful leaders are: CASS TLMBEIiLANE, by
that the large numbers of civilians in the I Wandering about in the confusion of Christmas shop- I Sinclair LC\\H ; THE FOLDED LEAF, by
to WAVES's Ship's Service Store made it dif- ping and Christmas leaves and Christmas glow it's easy to William Maxwell ; THE BLACK HOSE, bv
f(' ficult for WAVES to shop there. As a result, I forget that vve'ie lucky It's easy to give war to irritation T. 11. Costain ; THE WHITE TOWEU;, by J,
civilian shoppers were limited to certain i concerning little things.i K. Ullman ; THE GAUNTLET, bv James

hours during the time the WAVES are on I Let's engrave in our minds one central .thought: This Sheet ; THE PEACOCK SHEDS HIS TALE

year we do have "Peace on earth, good will toward men." bv Alice Hobait ; THIIEE O'CLOCK DINNER
duty.As I have also been doing my bit in the ]It's what everybody wanted for Christmas last year; this by Josephine Pickney; THE CAPTAIN
war effort, working for the Navy here on year we have it. I FROM CASTILE bv Samuel Shellabaiger,
this station, I can only shop after ,1 1:11): p.m., I and THE: FOUNTAINIIEAT, by Ajn Band.
when I quit work for the day This regula- I Leading the non-fiction list are IT
tion of civilian shopping hums has prevented FRONT, bv Bill Mauldm ; and BLACK BOY,
me from visiting this store While I realize WRITERS WANTED I bv Richaid: Wn'ght. Others in demand are:

that the :Navy wives should plan their shop- PLEASANT VALLEY-l bv BiomfieldrBRAVi .
ping for the hours when they 'Will not inter- If you have ever had professional:; newspaper:: experience ,: MEN:\ by Pyle; ATOMIC ENERGY

fere with the WAVES for whom the shop or have done professional willing> of any kind FOR MILITARY PURPOSES, bv Smvth :
was established, there are many others in : CHEROKEE: STRIP, bv James; TRY: AND
the same boat who also can not use the shop we need jour help on the Jax Air News staff Come STOP ME\ by Ceif, and MODERN MAN IS

except after the close of the working' day around and! talk to us. Whole or pait-lime basis will l he OBSOLETE, by Cousins .
It is grossly unfair to exclude us, and some I' considered. The Library will be open both Christmas r
provision ought to be made. so we may.use Eve and Christmas Daj' The lioiiis will be .
this facility. I Ii the same as held on Sunday and other Iiolitlays -

i Navy 1Vi fe. -1200 to 2100.

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20 December, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Fib:


DEANNA SINGS OF A NEWBORN CHILD I


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WELFARE

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IeI {,b t V PRESENTS




I t : ,

: MAINSIDE MOVIES



r TONIGHT AND EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT," with Rita Hayworth. A gay

musical In technicolor.
I t glorious
dl C I F ''l i E a
i s FRIDAYNO
c
SHOW-(Basketball game with Camp Blanding).
! f ft SATURDAY

"KITTY," with Paulette Goddard and Ray Milland. 1300 only.
t I II Bob Chester Orchestra playing for Crew's Dance at 2030.


I '$ I I "KITTY," with Paulette SUNDAY Goddard and Ray Milland. 1930 only.

Children's Party at 1330.

MONDAY __
NO SHOW Crew's Party at 2000)).
TUt DAY AND WEDNESDAY
,9 I a THIS LOVE OF OURS," with Merle Oberon. 1300-1700-193: : .

6) t STUDENT OFFICERS
E

TIIURSD4Y AND FRIDAY
,
,, "PARDON MY PAST" with Fred MacMurray, 1*30.

SATURDAYNO

SHOW. SUNDA1 }


"A LETTER FOR EVIE," with Marsha Hunt. 1930 .'
s sa.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY

i "KITTY." with Paulette Goddard and Ray Milland. 1930.

." \VEDN ESI).\Y
"APPOINTMENT IN TOKYO." 1930.
{.

OTHER EVENTSSWIMlIING

"
r 'vat _Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming 1200-
M 1300 and 1800-2100 week days. Saturday 1200-2100, and Sunday 1200
2100.

Ml1SlC-Musicians Interested in playing the Welfare Dance

I 'Hand call Ext. 493 Saxophone trumpet, trombone, base piano, guitar.

t.' Instruments furnished.BOWI.INGSix .

." located in Maiiside Recreation
I alleys Building
;:. m No 3. Alleys are open from 1000 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and
1200 to 2100 on Sunday. Instruction available by appointment.
-

-DEANNA DUKBIN, lovely caroler of the screen, lifts her voice in a Christmas song GOLFCourse open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday '
I II and 0800 to :2030 on Sunday. Golf clubs and balls are available at Wit:
of joy and prayer. House. Free instruction to Naval personnel by appointment, call ex-
tension 8157. Bathing trunks prohibited on golf course.

ANCIIOKAGFL-Open to enlisted personnel (with Liberty
Ensign s--I Field.Cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason

I
Many
TENNISRaequets and balls are available at the Physical Train-

An ensign wMitly separatedhere L I ing Building No. 726 and equipment rooms at Building No. :3 and on
the :Mat Area (corner of +Mustin and Yorktown Roads. ).
REPORTER: carries a plentiful supply
of "fruit naiad" to hit home in RECEPTION: CtNTtn: The Reception Center, located in south

Fort Worth Texas. I wing of building No. WS. is open to N.A.S. personnel and their guests:
Ensign:; Myron 31. Truav;, US-: from 1000 to 2200 daily.
NIC, pilot of a lighter plane on I
Uy Lois A. Leser, Y2cQUESTION I : the ESSEX:; received a gold IJOATING AND S.\lUN'GCall' extension 623, Yard Craft Build-
I I cer, for information.
tar In Ill'u..I second Navy
: How did you 1 ,
spend Xmas Day last year'1 I j 1 Cross! the Distinguished.. Flying I II Ity LoU A. I.. !>er. Y2c I (.\ltYLocated on second deck of Mainside Recreation Buil i.
P
Cross and theIr llfldalUh ing No. 3. Openfrom 0800 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and from
ROBERT BERNARD AOM3c, I five UoM Stars just before '"'-' Our hats go off to the MAA'sof : 1200 to 2100 on Sunday.
Portsmouth, Va. I lug rle.s4>J. the barracks when It comes tc
"I spent about three hours In 1 _ _____ I getting the Christmas spirit and I I'ISIIiNiFresh water casting rods, salt water and fresh water
the Main Station Chow Hall wait- --------- ----- decorating the barracks with a hand lines available in the Welfare Office, Building No. 3.
ing in line for my Xmas dinner. N. J. Xmas theme that helps to remindus \
I 'OI.LI'YB.U.U311STOS, TOUCH FOOlBALL_
Ofttcer
But, brother, it was worth it." "I was stationed at the Auxiliary of home. The gals put in a busy sonnel per.
previously scheduled tor sports in the Auditorium are
I ---- Air Station at St. Augustinea time this week and the results arc, requestedto
meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized activities.
JAMES BENNETT, AOiRJc, Bowl- place that really was good duty. more than just beautiful. I
> ing Green, Ohio. I don't remember if I ate-I thinkall Take the quarterdeck in Bar, ATIIEI.KTIC: : \ltAvailabIe: In gear Issue room, Building. 3,

"I spent Xmas Eve and Day at my meals that day were mainly racks 722. Colorful paper stream,I lower deck. __ ___ .
home. I went sleigh riding on -- -- ----
liquid. ers in traditional red and green -
Xmas Eve and the next day spent come from T"I I in the barracks. Oh, for the life
are stretched across the ceiling,,
half the time eating. In the eve- SUSY USA QUE, EBlc, Umbrlago, while pine boughs decorate every I "I just piloted in a C-17 from I II of a sailor!

ning we went for an automobile nook and corner. Tinsel, Christmas j California," repJied the officer I I I I I
"Where did I spend Xmas? After -
ride and went in the ditch about ornaments and angel hair 1 "
"That
spun explains it then, said the
I breakfast T ,
a leisurely got CannotWearStars
the roads
seven times- were in add to the colorful scene while
dressed in a new, expensive outfit swabbie. "I thought as much. They
terrible condition, but I wasn't.'
fills the
the smell of pine cones air.
designed for me specially by treat the women very nice in Call-' On RibbonLarge
themselvesare
Victory
Not that the
girls
Mainbocher. I took a short walk to forma, but it definitely is NOT
1
CHIEF N R. McQUEE, ACMNT,
without the oJ
spirit '
necessary ,
Wash."I a nearby hotel where I had a deli- being done here in Jax. You never
Keyport, of the have
the season. Many rooms numbers of personnel are
cious dinner served by attentive give up your seat, particularly to 1
the day at the Naval
spent been trimmed with Xmas trees
; stars the World War
WAVE.
waiters on the finest of china and a wearing upon
Air Station at Norfolk, Va. It was holly wreaths and bells decorate i
silverware at a beautifully decorated Need ? II Victory Ribbon to indicate
typical Norfolk weather, typical the doors; the traditional Christ we say more sea
Navy Christmas dinner, typical table. After eating I returnedto mas scene of the stable in Bethle- 1 Ua..kt'tt"t'r'i Win |I or foreign duty, according to Al.Nay -
barracks and spent the I *
evening thereafter. my hem Is in evidence. Special plans Congratulations to the WAVE 424.
balance of the day comfortably
I are being made by those who will baskteball team on their first victory No such stars have been authorized -
attired in a lounge chair witha
GERALD REED.. AOM3c, Battle cozy be spending the holiday season I over the army nurses from
light lunch served to me later in and Commanding Officers will
Creek Mich."I here on the base, for more than Welch Convalescent Hospital at
had duty that day on board the evening by my maid. Where one group are planning a trip Into Daytona Beach. They triumphed take the necessary steps immediately .
NAS. Jax, but took time off to I was I"? Didn't I tell you? In boot town to dinner and a show or for by a score of 35 to 15. How about]I to stop the unauthorized

cat chow that I enjoyed as mucha camp. an evening's entertainment. Gifts : a little better l Backing ram :you wearing! of them, says the AINav.
I've ever enjoyed Navy chow. rt are being exchanged; cards addressed i gals? A teem that is supported by

I STRIKER and mailed; but underneath a good cheering section U bound to
HARRY NELSON, Sic, Boston, all the planning and anticipation I core out on top. Let's make the SALTSHAKER
Mass. of the day is the theme of. attendance at the next game 100
"I spent the day in the hospital "Gee, I wish I was going home." I per cent! MESS

at Yellow Water. I was able to eata To those few lucky ones who are, Last week's game with the H kLL
little of the food they served us, I we wish you all! the best of times Welch Hospital was the last ap-
but what little I had sure tasted ever.
I pearance of one of our veteran
good" --11 I WAVES on the basketball floor -
Orchid to Officer for Skip Moorewas detached
CHIEF E. L. WHATLEY, ACMM,
Calif All WAVES in favor) of givingan Tuesday to Great Lakes Separation -
San Diego orchid to the officer concernedin Center. The best of luck to
"
1 spent a traditional Christmas
the following story, please say you, Skip.
I We
S day at home. opened presents -
)
in the morning, had a late afternoon .p "Aye. I '
dinner and then went out for It seems a certain WAVE got All weekly activites sponsored
the evening." I on a city-bound bus and found all! by the Welfare Department have
the seats---as usualoccupied, but been called off until after the

ROY HOOPER, S2c, Piedmont, I something new had been added. I, Christmas season. But that doesn't
S. C. One very courteous Marine Corps[ mean they are busy doing nothing .
"I spent the day In the Main borer in flight' clothes got 'tip[ and I All their attenitn ,Is ,centered on

Side Chow Hall working and feeding gave her his place. A short time the general;\ Welfare Department I
,everyone else. Of courseve later the following conversation plans for the Ifwlidays.- -decoraI -,

took rime out,to eat anf really !did took place between the aforemcnI -I tions, dlnces, oyster bake and I

justice to the meal." M tinned"t I till officer!' an W a' UU !!1..a I ,I|r f Hn'UhWlP'Mvli l iP'ne that best serves' I K.r41 '4"Ojjjjlsjjjar'.

PETER SENICO, AOMlc, Trenton, I "Pardon me, sir. Where'd you I morning breakfast will be '



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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 20 December, 1945



. MFATU Officers Win Sports Trophy

_"_ ........... _. ___ Classy Fliers Meet




bland inq Five Friday \i


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By Paul l Crosby, SpA)3c( )
I t
.
f r n Camp- Blanding scored a double victory over NAS ,

cagers/ there Tuesday night./ The Doughboys/ edged the

A l Fliers, 50 to 15. and the Wacs' outpointed the Waves

t *a E 26 to 17.

,yt a _. n_ ____ _
The classy NAS basketball Fliers, off to a fast start with

t'y easy victories in their first two games, will attempt to add

another Army scalp] to their string when they oppose the

S a iP r strong Camp Blanding quintet tomorrow night at the Auditorium

Starting time is :2000.

A preliminary contest, which will begin at 1830, will

match the smooth NAS Wave team against the Blanding

Wacs.I .
I -. -- .-- --- The feature game will be a return
; go for the Doughboys and
Tag Team Loses Fliers who were scheduled to meet .

at Blanding Tuesday night. The

; To Cecil; Plays Fliers also had a date with the St.
Johns Reserve Fleet five of Green

'I Lake City TodayThe Cove Springs here last night.

Off the records to date, the Fliers

NAS touch football nine will may have bumpy'going against ,,
engage the Lake City tag team at the fast Doughboys. Both teams .v
1600 today at the Mat in an NAA- have defeated the Welch Army.

TC League contest, and for the Hospital cagers with Blanding's

--------_._-- --- second time this week the Fliers triumph being by a wider margin.
will be playing without the servo Star of the Blanding five is tower-
HEAR ADMIRAL RALPH DAV1SON, Chief of of NAATC, is shown presenting the Admiral's Tro-
ices of their coach, Lt. (Jg) Barney ing Al Benson, an outstanding> pro
phy to MFATU squadron officers, who came out on top in sports competition for officers during IIH I )1cGarry. player from New Jersey.
Receiving the plaque is Lt. Col. John Howard, MFATU Executive Officer. Others in the picture from The mentor has been hospital

.jIJ left to right are Lt. (jg) Arthur Guepe, sports program director; Lt. Welcome Shearer, squadron athletic ized with an attack of pnc,onia Coach Sterling Geesman's NAS
j" officer Major Grant Second Lieut. K. L. Fellows First Lieut. William club opened its season a week
.. ; Metzger; ; Magin; First and was not present when tne Fliers
Lieut. Edmund Buchser; First Lieut. Charles Glunk; Capt. Joe Cervell; Capt. Michael Chilton; Second suffered their second setbackof ago yesterday with a 61 to 28

Lieut. R. K. Schuh; Major B. K. Shaw; and Com dr. Warren McGuirk, Physical Training and Welfare the season last week from the splurge at the expense of the
Maritime Academy five and followed -
Officer.
pace-setting Cecil Field team, 13 up with a 51 to 40 triumph

'; to The O. win was the fourth for the over Welch last Saturday.The .
Pensacola HeIfers Lose To
Tigers Fliers
Sports unbeaten Cecil gridders and gave revealed plenty of
I in class and all around court abilityin
them a firm hold on first place
loop play. The loss left the NAS their first two outings with such
Locals Howard Gridders
Drop AgainIn Program I team with three victories againsttwo standout performers as Joe Tros-
I per, Ward Sheffe, Bill DeMars,
losses.
their final match before the Ned Staitz and Vince
holidays, the NAS tennis team In Season FinaleThe i Tailback Foxx, sparkplug of the Gorguze
the
suffered a 7 to 2 loss to the pow- (Standing ai of IS Du mb rlnlIRAL'S ) Cecil club, turned loose two long leading way
.\ TROPHY" I touchdown passes to defeat the I The NAS cagers had easy sail-
erful Pensacola net
Navy aggrega- (Final Standings) NAS Tigers wound up their Fliers. The local team received a Ing against Maritime team from
tion at the Mainside last
courts
Team W L grid schedule last Friday in setback early in the fray when Castine, Maine. Sheffe tickled the
week.It MFATU 3 2 Ocala, bowing 18 to 6 to the Phil Centola, fleet tailback, suffered I. cords for 21 points, followed by
was the second straight win NAATC :2 3Af'IS
Howard Academy eleven in a Trosper with 14. In an intra-sta-
Z a a knee injury which put him out
for Pensacola who blanked the
,
rousing, hard fougnt that
game tion preliminary MFATU
of the game
locals 9 to 0 in the first match game.
there,two weeks, COMMANDANT'S TROPHY was closely contested all the way. The Fliers were slated to meet upended the FIS five, 29 to 24.
ago. aUES.THURS. LEAGUE) In completing a nine-game Mayport there Tuesday. The tussle A brilliant floor game by Staitz
Last scheduled
Thursday's Team W L schedule against Florida's leading
and Trosper's deadly marksman
scheduled Christmas Day at
match Welch Hos- VPB 6 0
against Army
AFIS 5 1 negro teams, the local colored ag- Beaufort may be postponed upon ship accounted for the Fliers' tri-
netters The
pital was postponed.
MFATU 5 1 gregation romped through a rough mutual consent of the coaches. umph over Welch. Staitz played an
NAS team will meet Welch hereon
Supply S a and tumble season, dropping the outstanding defensive game and
A&R :I"
3 Jan.Results.
;. ... of Pensacola matches: Main Guilty :I"Aircr..men last seven contests after winning An old maid was asked what she set up numerous ileld goals with
1.4 the first two games. his skillful ball-handling and
Jax listed first desired most in a husband- -brains,
player : T4 O.
Singles Victorious in their initial tussles wealth or appearance. She snapped sharp, accurate passes. He received

\ Fred :Miller lost to Bruce Barnes, (WED..FH1. LEAGUE) with Bethune-Cookman, 26 to back: "Appearance, and the sooner a rousing ovation from the large
1-6 1-6. Team W L and the Jax All-Stars, 25 to 6, 25'1 the better." Continued on Page Seven
C. D. Nelson' defeated G. Amsden, HoHthoiife 4 1 Tigers faltered and lost return --_ ,
30-8, 6-8, 7-5.
POW Guard 4 1
L. V. Plattner lost to R. Kirsch, 0-6, U&G a 2 gagements to these clubs. Upscy-Doisy
P-10. Dispensary a 2 Daytona Beach the college team I -. .
2-6 J. 3-6.G. SpotUwood lost to D. S. Giant, VM 1 4 dumped the NAS eleven, 12 to 7, I
Communications 0 2
f. Burns defeated E. M. Pergmant, and two weeks ago, the All-Stars ,
f.1. 6-8. PROGRAM: NOTES defeated the Tigers, 6 to 0, in a
Berk lost to R. Riley 1-6. 3-6. SPORTS night M'.1+tr
41. Floyd lost to J. K. Reckzek, 4-6 Finishing on top in the Officers game. _
cage league, MFATU won the Admiral's Florida Normal took the measure -
Doubles- of the colored sailors twice
Trophy competition for
Berk and Spottswood lost to Giant
1' and Fergmant. 1-6, 2-6. 1915. It was the second consecu- 14-12, and 14 to 0.

Reckzek Floyd and 326 Miller. lost to Riley and tive championship for the MF officers Edward Waters College of Jack

---4- who were coached> in various sonville handed the Tigers a 13-6

',' "For years," she said, "I didn't sports during the year by Lt. setback here in the fifth game on !I

know where my husband spent his Welcome Shearer. The basketballtitle the rugged slate. i

evenings. One night I came home was added to the unit's championship Worst sinking of all was suffered -

early, and there he was." in the touch football loop at Tampa when the :McDill
1, -.. -. All in all,,MFATU has compiled an Field Bulldozers laid it on heavily tn -
Court Ace outstanding record in sports com- with a 98-0 crusher which will

..... .......... _...._-- petition at NAS. long be remembered by the NAS

players. .

The sports program basketball Against the Ocala team last
competition is being terminated
week the Tigers '
played in-
before the holidays, and the winners an
spired under the
game wing of .
of the Commandant's Tro-
I Iweek's r0. N
Coach Don Lesher. With t
only a
yhy will be decided in playoffs this
time to become
acquaintedwith
morning and tomorrow morning at
y Lesher's system of strategy,
the auditorium. A new basketball the
Tigers functioned
remarkedly
season will get under earlyin
way well under the
guidance of their
January. Coaches of the competing -
recently appointed mentor.A .
teams are asked to watch
determined 70-yard march following
The Jax Air News the s.
r ri or> Physical
the opening kick-off placed
Training Department bulletin
the Tigers out front where they
board for further announcements.
remained throughout the first
Units desiring to enter a team in period.

either the officers or EM leagues,
should contact Lt. (jg) Art Guepe Captain B. B. Brown, mainstay
i sports program director before :5 of the backfield quartet, sparked
January. the sustained advance with his 30-

I yard Jaunt to the three yard marker -

p; and Fullback Berkley bucked

Waves Lose Cage over on for the conversion next play.failed.The attempt 1 e

The Howard aggregation tallied
Star Skip MooreCoach in the second period by capitalizIng I

on a blocked punt and
tieing
a < Verla Hill's NAS Waves I
d sBRUCE the score at 6-6. The score remained I
basketball sextet will the
engage
dead-locked at
the Inter-
Camp Blanding Wacs tomorrow mission.
night in the curtain-raiser at the
'
The opposing> outfit took ad-
Mainside Auditorium
preliminary
s vantage "of two other blocked
to the Flier-Doughboy tussle. The
punts and turned these
opportunities -
game is slated to get under way into scores for the winning
at 1830.
touchdowns in the last half
This go Is a return engagement ---.-. -- .
between the girls. They were Waves' attack against Welch
-t:; h;
i BARNES, one scheduled to tangle Tuesday night Nurses last Saturday in tallying

, nation's top-flight pros, is shown at the Wacs court 14 points as the visitors bowed to

t In action during the recent Fen- Skip Moore, one> of the finest female the Waves, 35 to 15, in the sea-
"'. i sacola-NAS tennis match. Back athletes to grace station son's inaugural.

r.;, .' : in his civilian days, Barnes, now sporting: circles for the last two Dorothy Stevenson with 10 .
I a lieutenant commander, toured years, bid farewell after Tuesday's markers tied Welch's Baden for -- 11R- -

the country with Big Bill Tilden fame and set out for separation in second-place scoring honors, while BILL DEMARS (No. 10)) leaps high In the ozone in an effort toretrieve

The Pensacola ace won the No. ler native) Chicago. The versatile Skipper Edge rippled the cords arebound, off the Maritime Academy .backboard in the sea
II 1 singles match as his team defeated nld-Westerner, last year's cage for seven point gainst, the son's basketball opener at the NAS auditorium last week. The

the NAB Betters, 7 to 2. aa tar and softball ace, led the Nurses Filers :Sank; ,the Castine, Me., boys, 64'to' 28.,




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Commercial Praise Is Given _ANNIVERSARY APTLY OBSERVED Officers Give



\i) : WI Bulletin A&R Department ) Yule t MessagesTo

BULLETINS MUST BE SUBMITTED B1 r

1130 tXT.MONDAY.82$0WANTEDt By Survey BoardThe All Hands


Jacksonville: Naval Air Station
A rid to Augusta, Gn, Friday, Dec, 21,, Holiday Greetings
, j)> leaving at 4:SO P. M. Will hare *xpeniici Assembly and Repair Department f
'Pel>per," Ext. 8280. won high praise last week Given By Davison
A rid to>> Dtwton. Mass.. New York, or from members of the Navy's Industrial And Heads Of NAS
stars 9 #
vicinity,. will expenses Leaving I '
l>uc. 21, at 4:80 P. M. Kay, Ext. 8230, Survey Board who have l'L Christmas to all
A rid. for enlisted man and wife, to or returned to Washington to report e messages
; <,f near Baltimore I I Md, after 4:SO l'w M directly to the Secretary of the the personnel at this naval activity -
early
Dee. 21. or morning Dee. 1
hurt expenses and help with driving,. Navy, it was learned yesterday ? issued by Rear Admiral
Bally Zimmerman Ext. 8892. from Captain Malcolm M. Cloukey; i Ralph E. Davison CNAAd-
,
Kid to Njrth Carolina, Virginia, or W, A&R officer.
Va, on afternoon of Friday 21 Dec. or Here to Tra; Captain A. R. Brady, CO
', Saturday 22 Dee. Share expenses and I inspect and survey all
help with driving Lt. Comdr. Drew industrial activities of NAS Jack- of NAS Jax; and Comdr. Paul

is Martin, lAird Office, fcxt 678 or 8934, sonville, the board issued an ad- E. Emrick, Exec of NAS, are
Kid from Jiv Point, 0800 dall,. Caroline
Gardner Ext. 873. vance summary of its findings at as follows :
2 rides to N. Y, or vicinity, 21 Dee, Friday Assembly and Repair concerning
or later. Ens Simon, Ext 714J5 the organization, productive effi-
or '33 model, light automobile. Must Best wishes to all hands
ciency, housekeeping, personnel
be neat and In good running condition.Contact .
Lt. (jg) Marr, Bldg. 690, Ext. administration, and other factors during the coming Holidays.
8322. conducive to successful operation, As
we approach our first
Clean car, with good tire, will pay up toI
and the
$1200. Lt. Plattner fcxt 8276 commendations far out- peace-time Christmas since
,) A ride for com,I. to Miami. Will share weighed the criticism
expenses. Leav. 28 or 29 Dec Ext. 86"0 Senior members of the board 1910, I know that our

FOR SALEI stated that Jacksonville's A&R thoughts will turn back witha

Thayer Baby earring In Rood condition, Department would be rated either thankful spirit to the suc-
reasonable. Robert I. Phillip,
r Child St., NAS. 1412A first or second in efficiency of all TilE BIRTH OF TWO SETS of twins on the eve of the first cessful outcome of the terri-
of the ten major A&R establish- anniversary of the opening of the Dependents' Unit of the Naval
f room house, 2375 Blanding Blvd, LakeShore
;:\ 19 months old, HIA. opposite ments surveyed by 'the board.In Hospital last week made it a date to be doubly remembered. In the ble events that have filled the

I _W, new business section, one block from a statement congratulating photo above Nurse T. M. Wagner holds the Hall twins, left, while past five years. All of us have
bus 5 miles from base.
eUy 11881 down,
131.35 a month. Harold M. Steed, AtM2c. personnel of the department, Cap- Nurse N. J. Stein, right, holds the Nagy twins. In all, 914 babies been called upon to sacrifice
Ext. 8367. tain Cloukey declared that every- have been born at the Hospital during its first year of operation, including much some much more than
Mew 4-room furnished house. 28' ,
screened one should feel intensely proud of seven sets of twins.
In front porch, new bath and shower the high rating, and he urged that others, but those of us who
|800. AcroKS the road from Larry
1M Davis Trailer Camp, B. It. Corvette. there be no letdown in the future. Mainside Auditorium is a Crew's return to the family circle
Senior lieutenant shoulder boards, gilt "The high rating of the As- GalaContinued Christmas Dancing Party with a this have reasonto
braid and black braid, two sets of collar floor show, door year every
sembly and Repair prizes, surprise
Departmentcould
devices, excellent condition, half
rejoice as we watch the last
from Page One giab-bag, and the Station Band.
price. Lt. Comdr. Drew Martin, Legal not possibly have been
Office, Ext. 678 or 8934. achieved without the whole- brated at midnight on ChristmasEve I The Clmstmas Dinner for enlisted war-year go out and the new

Lieutenants flew $23, and blue raincoat uniform with, practically all-wool, hearted and energetic support and preceded by a concert of personnel and their families will peace-year begin.A .
lipper-in lining, tao both sis. 89-40. co-operation of the station's Sup- Christmas Carols at 2330. Music highlight Christmas Day. It will Merry Christmas and a
Tel. 24462.Emerson ply, Public Works, Inspection, Per- will be by the Catholic choir sing- be served atl Main Station Galley
: radio. Philco record finish player, 8piece sonnel, and Personnel Relations officers ing such old favorites as Silent starting at 1200. That same morn- Happy New Year to all of
bedroom suite, walnut used
8 month., kitchen set, chairs and mis-. and their departments," he Night, The First Noel, Hark! the ing WAVES will breakfast in you !
ctllaneoui household furnishings. Ext saidOfficers'. Herald Angels Sing O Holy Night, their barracks. Rear Adm. Ralph E. Davison
8135 or 2-309.: 4744 Boxwood Rd. Give Oyster Bake
and We Heard On
Have
Angels
CNAATC.The .
4J 4-door Nash sedan with radio, heater
High. The Proper of the Mass will An Oyster Bake will be held on
new tires. Lt. Swanson, Jax Beach,
T87-J Messes be from the setting by Tozer, Friday, 28 December, net* Sea-
'14 lord coupe, very clean, mechanically while the common will be from the plane Point beginning at :I'oOO. A Commanding Officer extends -
good and Rood rubber OPA ceiling.! Contact New Year's Eve Dance best wishes to all hands fora
on Monday
"Mlssa: De Angelis. The ,
Lt. On) E. G. Drowsier, 1165 Owen processional
Ave., 2-8310. Are ConsolidatedThe before the Mass will beCome O I 31 December, at Mainside Auditor- Merry Christmas and a Happy
Wens clothing, slit 89 long three suits, All Ye Faithful. Adeste Fi- ium will help ring the new year New Year with a deep appreciation -
overcoat, sport coat, lacks. Call 2-4366. for work well done both
In. It will be complete with streamers by
Student Officers' Club has delis will be at the Communion -
bliss leather, upholstered>> high chair $10, sung
civilian and naval
Mother baby pusher, $4 1243 Cumber been consolidated with the Com- The Recessional will be an hats, noise-makers and all the personnel. '
land Road missioned Officers' Mess because old favorite from the Navy Hymnal trimmings which go to make up a CAPTAIN A R. BRADY
Tricycle newly painted reconditioned, 2-4 Officer.To .
year-old sine Lxt. 830. of the diminished number of stu- "Joy to the World." gala New Year's party. Commanding

Eoys roll-top desk with desk lamp StO.Wlrhou.1 dent officers on the station, Lt. The ministers of the Mass will The Naval Hospital has also
,. 1106 Allegheny Rd.. Ext. Robert M. Little, treasurermanager be: planned a full Christmas program. all hands I offer sincere good
608. of the club, has announced. Tomorrow night there will be ca- wishes for the most successful
FOR RENTI I Celebrant Fr. Robert E. H
| R. L. Tinsley, who has managed rol singing in the wards startingat Christmas season in our experience -
Efficiency apartment, occupancy by Jan. i 1 Grant, O.P., Senior Catholic Chap This more than
1. or earlier, furniture available Mrs the Student Officers' Club since it 1900. A WAVES Christmas par- year any
Kanb, Lxt 709. was founded as the Aviation Ca- lain.Arch ty gets under way at 2100. On Saturday other, we all hate much to bo
Furnished apartment of 2 rooms $35 per I dets' Club prior to the Inception Priest Fr. Damian Sunday, and Monday, a thankful' for as we join our families -
month, S rooms $45 per month, or 5 I Schneider, O.P. to celebrate the holidays. For
rooms $75 per month, at 817 South 1st of operational training at the sta- Navy Entertainment Unit puts on
St., Jax Beach Owner at 143 Vest 3rd : ion, will manage the Commissioned Deacon-Fr. Lucian Hebert. a show called "Navy Date," at the\ first time, we can look forward
(upstairs). Tel 68353W. I Officers' Mess and its Annex. Sub.Deacon-Fr. Thomas Glynn, 1830. A special Christmas program to peace, and for the last time (II

UnfurniKhed St, corner 6-room of house 600 at W.2810 18th Flanders M- I Lt. Little will remain as treas- On Christmas Day Low Masses is planned for the Recreation Hall our lives we look backward to a

Owner at 145 West Srd St. (upstairs). urer of the Mess. have been set at 0830, 0930, and Sunday at 1500. There will be a year filled with war.
An apartment. Would like a couple! to Located Just west of the intersec- 1100. Tea-Dancing Party in the Recrea- 1 speak for myself and for the

room share, apartment living room, with and bedroom kitchen, dining privilege i ion of Yorktown and Mustin, services Play BasketballA tion Hall on Monday, and Christ- Commanding' Officer when 1 say

*. Mn inning. riSK Blackburn Rd, I offered at the Annex includea number of outstanding events i mas tree judging in the wards at that\ the daily contribution made
Lake Shore Tel. i.:2451.MlbCFLLANLOLSi. lounge, billiard room, and bar I are on the entertainment calendar. 1400. by all of you toward the successful -
I where sandwiches and drinks are !I Friday night the WAVES basket- A Red Cross Hostess Tea Dance operation of this station during
.... Foundl 1 A wrUt watch belonging to driver available. ball team meets Camp Blanding at for patients and their guests in the\ past year is appreciated to the
of rnr that skidded off the road about fullest extent
The former Student the Recreation Hall is set for 1300on
.. 600 feet below Shady Oaks Trailer Campat 1830 in Mainside Auditorium, fol-
0800. Saturday morning, Dec 15. lour Club started operating as officers'l lowed by the Fliers \s Camp Christmas Day. Another Tea A Merry Christmas To All-and
information contort Urquhurt. Ice Plant nex to the Commissioned Blanding at 2000. The Christmas j Dance will be held on New Year's Best Wishes for A Happy and

Anyone Bldg want 143, hours a Mothers 8.4, Lxt:JUIpcr'KJ27:!! 14.year- Mess 15 November, after Dance with Bob Chester and His Day, same time, same place. Prosperous New Year whereicre
old girl would like a job taking cure of I sion was received from the Merchandise Orchestra hold the spotlight Sat- Chiefs EntertainThe \'cuts of the future may take you.
children In the afternoons and eve Services section of the I' urday night at Mainside Auditorium C.P.O. Club has three COMDR PAUL E. EMRICK,

Lake nings.fhore.Joyce Smith, 4935 Dundee Road Washington Bureau. The festivities get under way, events on its holiday season calen- Executive Officer
Fur sale: Mans :26! -Inch Rollfant bicycle. The decision to consolidate was at 2000. dar. There will be a Children's ----%.-jtJ I--
Jlilloon tires, good condition, $35 Phom' reached by the Board of Governors I The Annual Children's Christ- I Christmas Grab-bag Party on Joan": "I'd love to go to a sailor's

7-6442. Ask for Bob largely as an economy measure. mas Party will be held Monday, 24 December, at the Club dance
For wile Sofa bed", $10; blue chnlr, .o; on Sunday, I
Jan 'Thats
red rocker, $6; chest of drawers, $7; The Student Officers' Club found it 23 December, at 1330. An appro- from 1400 to 1800. The Christmas : a good way to get

'., Hollywood bed, $21. breakfast nook difficult to support itself becauseof priate entertainment program has!I Day? .Dance..begins ,at 2000- A New invited.
$12; sofa bed. $49. Cull any time lit diminished number of stu- Year' Eve Dance Is scheduled for --
HI7A Hancock 8t. the been planned for the party, and: :
lls-pn'OMO-TED .
--eecAcademy dent officers on the station. The Santa Claus will distribute gifts !I 2000 on 31 December for members

merger was designed to cut down to all the kiddies attending. I only. Reservations may be obtained ..
Cancels administrative overhead. Slated for Monday night at I!I by calling in person at the Club
Provision of additional space I after 1630.

heretofore unavailable for card NEW AIDE The "804" Club is celebrating,
Ring Match Here parties and other activities of otticers' I I too. On Saturday a big Christmas
Dance will be held at 2000 fea-
I wives another benefit derived -
S Last Thursday's fistic attraction I from the merger. k turing Prof. Abraham Hendersonand
which the NAS ringmen were I I v I His Band. The following daya
elated to tangle with the Maritime I Children's Party will be given,

Academy beak-busters was canceled complete with toys and goodies. A
. = at the request of the visitors'1, TransportationContinued Crew's Christmas Party is on the

1 ... athletic officer. calendar for Christmas Eve with a
One
Lt. Tony Rubino, coach of the I from Page floor show, door prizes, and sur-
NAS team, stated that in all fairness I Tough Going North prise grab-bag. Again, Prof. Abra-
to the :Maritime boys the pro- This table shows that many ham Henderson and His Band will
posed matches didn't materializedue northbound passengers cannot hope furnish the music.
to the lack of necessary train- for space on trains. The first train For those who want their enter-

ing facilities while aboard duringthe out tomorrow night for New York tainment ashore, USO and other
\isitors' cruise. Seaboard's Sun Queen, has 782 requests civic organizations are planning J
s against :naximum space for Gala Christmas and New Year's

Fliers }Meet 150. Chicago-bound trains will also programs for members bf the arm-
r Classy turn back passengers, as many ed services in and around Jacksonville -

BlandingQuintet more than can be accommodateddesire ,
::11 to ride the ACL's Southlandat -
j' Continued from Pa je Six 2100 and Semhinole at 2200. a bqla's t

I,,' crowd present when he left the tilt Persons going west towards a Chapel Bus Is To '
in the final period. New Orleans via Tallahassee and r

'I" Trtxsper, the mighty mite who Mobile are more fortunate. They Be Run From GateA
fctarrrd for last ", 'aKon' ifi team, can probably be accommodated.

had Ole high total of 23 points, But passengers to Atlanta, Birmingham station bus will run direct to iCAPTAIN
compiled\ on nine ringers and | and Kansas City will find the Chapels from the Main Gate I
.
'
Jive free throw IJemarsa'f | not: even standing room
every Sunday morning at 0920 and
.... next' in line, using!' MM effective Neither railroads nor bus lines / 1020, the Chaplain's office
I announced
. '1' lid shot to garner a dozen nave extra equipment that can be I Iput ,

1, points. Gorgiue added eight more into use. The Navy Department .._ ___ __n__ The bus yesterday will have a route down

'1.. :" with his southpaw tM'S., is also using all transportation i, LT. jg) JOHN E. WIDELL, Yorktown and Mustin to the Chapels. -

1. fA-/ In a preliminary contest, the ; in its pool on both coasts to above, has replaced Lt, John R Return trips to the gate will CHARLES E.
NAS Waves opened their season route men to separation centers, or Perry as aide to Captain An- be made following the services. SMITII, USNR
1," .W't'; with an impressive 35 to 15 victory for: further assignment. thony R Brady, Commanding -'_M[- of the Officer offlcer-ln-charge
Separation Center
;, over the Welch Hospital Officer A native of Nashville, The sailor asked the Wave to go here was promoted from
nurses. Mary: "John, dear I'm going to Tenn., he was SB2C mainten- to a shindig ashore. She replied mander under com
a recent Alnav.
Following toSnorrow's clash with appear in an amateur theatrical. ance officer at :AFIS here before "I can't. I've got a case of dia- Other '
,landing, the Fliers will have a What do you think folks would assuming his present duties. Lt.Perry betes.:' to promotions at the OSC
lull until 27 Dec. when they will lay if I wore tights has retained to civilian "Oh" he said, "that's u.K. Bring went Lt.'Comdrs.' William P.

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Civilian Employees' News : e eels Je'.s : Safelv i n Sarsta Sack ) t: I


Address Communication to EJilorlnl Offices 11. I ."
Personnel Relations Office, Bid.*. 454. Box tt ..
AGE AND INTERESTS HAZARDS SUGGESTIONS
Extension
Telephone 4S3

The Civilian Employs New, a two- ).IJ. section! of the In Air Nf'w" li devoted to'y. :7 colored
to reporting, th. nw of the Naval Air btutloo'i Civllmn Employee! and a: Avoid: small which myb Sturdy, rtttlcl brightly
!I. sponsored by t h. (i. iwtllovcJ fl.mm.W. object hung lit view rubber or \
AuwUtKiii for Civil Servire Employees .. The and stuffed
washable
Employ! !.itJ. .. .t iqveat toys
objects toy! with* trill!l ,
Urticr s "H and to dolli or ammiti I large, soft .
Keneth M. McDuffU. PmMent. Philip D. Myert. Treasurer '1r. re mevk! ports po..on. colored bald .**. bloch with
i Horin GiuinawKjr. Secretary f" Mouthsus. paint, .n any object, rounded. corners : puih-and.. Y
Uircc-Urt Ass ituffrd animals with. jtatl *, pull toys with ttrinet or rounded
Florin Gannawajr (Gen'l) Frank. I(. McKinley (PW>)> Vf TO 2 YEARS buttes eyes. handles ..nests of objectt.Sand .
William O. Kinc.id. (IU Nell U. Jackson (A & RI) Kenneth M. McUuffi (Supply)
Joseph. lagnn (A A Klhailei > Philip, O. Myvrt (Supply) 1f'sy
:E. Held (A .& R') ; bo with bucltt shovel' and
t AvtwJ: anything with sharp' ofrough ,
Assembly and Repalri New. Reporting Staff 3.. The edges which: will cut of ipoon Urje peg boardi .

j Head Reporter .. ..... ... ..... .. .... ........ ......... ..Eule..n. Willlngham ::5 5. wretch icttvwith t small' wooden .nm.U cart and ;, '

Inspection|Head Reporter Departments. .. ....... .... ................... .. ... .Helen M. Styron Explor. movable p.rU poiton- wagons to push, around tip-
Public Works Department = &tive Out" paint or dteortlion proof kiddie cart and tricycles: .
Heed Reporter . ...... ... .................... ... Ethel M. Shanahan Age ", ..bl.. .s I beads coins large crayons low rocking

a Supply| | IVpaitmentiH Reporter .. . . .. .. .. ..... ... ...... ... ...... .. .,l.ola Jones 2 TO 3 )'EARS flammable toyu hone ... .-",-.11 chair" and table......

I

I 4/uy} Avoid: Uyl which Ire."too Small broom and carpet twee per I
CIVILIAN OF THE WEEK / .h..vy for child's strength . toy telephone dolls with 1
r. The poorly ", ad. object which simple wrap-around clothing 15ltt't I .
doll and furniture .
First Personnel Worker In A & R break buggies
may come apart 01Iplinttr dishes. miniature: garden ,oor.Pretend" .
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By Barbara J. Flnley ,I later made supervisor--of the- --personnel -- sharp, Of cuttingtoyl trucVi and tractor non.electfical f.
clerkin 1 office. highly flammable train drum cot.tume a
Mary E. Dunbar, statistical Age costumes electrical toyi. clothes building blocks
the Assembly and Repair department j It was In January 1914 that she 3 TO 4 feARS
remembers the days was promoted to the position she a.
when she was the only employee now holds as statistical clerk. 4Bttnnins
handling personnel work in the i Mrs. Dunbar is a very charmingand Avoid ihootiw or target toys ItacVboard and dustless chalk .

department. She reported to NASin interesting person. As a mem- which will| endanjti eyes simple contraction' acts painti; 'fI I
January 1941, and has served ber of the First Baptist Church ; .. ill-balanced mobile toys (tti-: and paint heels don hoots '
longer in A & R than any other \i she has had a hand in many church a:. of eyelet, wagont. etc.) which ..d. furniture o.tmatl tportt .. "
1\ equipment: iVipping' ; .
activities. She especially likes to rope
employee.
? CreativeAge topple I easily poiiono '
may
] entertain and ; wath tub and boa:d paper ;
born In Georgia young people during ,
Miss Dunbar was eve paintinj iet pinching 1 \
j dog sets with blunt end tciuori
the war her home to .
{\ but claims Birmingham, Ala., servicemen, opened and arranged social many 4 TO 6 YEARS or Batting obi.cti. coitumci modelling cloy.n ....

parties for them. J,
. I Coming from a family of sports
Carpenter bench and wellon! :
enthusiasts, she lies a keen inter- \ ) ( .
est in all sports and faithfully follows i; Avoid: "o".ppro.eI electrical strutted lightweight: tool. ? dad 's? \
the baseball and football clas- toy anything too large conduction nets roller s
slots electrical ,
approved
sics. .e ,r or complicated (for chdd'iitrength toys ,
/ Beginning end ability sharp kites equipment for playing .,
a of edged tooli poorly made store, bank Tilling, station, etc. ,R .,. !
playground equipment : .
: ttatei conductible' titct \'
:'r3UPPLY; Dexterit/ krttt punlft and games !
A9 shooting toyl. sew;. materiali dells and r
-
6 TO \EAHS doll equipment.
:1SALLlfS 4
.:: .

:::J II -- f Avoid. air: rifles, chemistry; seta photography Hobby maUriali( com, artt and and stomp ciefti.collectiont -.I ..,

<.< Z y 1 dart garnet, bowl and arrowi, puppet shows musical, '"
: Specialdangerous tools and electrical; ln trumentt gym end tportlequipment .'
UNLESS used under model and
eFa Ity LeoU Junes izition ofTaste toys pat.ental ..conttruction -
l J' I .. tupervition: ; motor building sets electric
I MERRY CHRISTMAS! train with Underwriter Lebora
scooters non-approved --_-:::
I Here's a hi' poem written by and Skin electrical: toys tones! appioval bicycle .............. ,
1 Harold Digged that suits the oc- 8 A""VO OLDER .clCncc tett. I' 1 -...-:......
casion, so here goes: NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL

"CHRISTMAS: OU. "
1, --- -- -- --- -
"Ah1! The Good Old Christmas
'rime is Near, INSPECTION Recorder Represents NAS
Bringing Us Comfort and Good

Some Cheer'Twill, Bring Pleasure, DEPARTMENT At Suggestions ConventionAt

.. Some 'Twill Bring Woe, Ity Helen )(. StyronNo
as her residence, where she attended Others
Merrily Onward Will Go.Laughing .
has been received from
grammar schools and was graduated report the national convention of suggestion systems held

from Pratt City High I and Singing. the Whole the hunting trip N. M.: Cute is tak- at the Hotel Sherman, Chicago, Ill., on 10-12 December the
School. Day Long, ing. We expect, however, a full re- Beneficial
from high school Suggestion Committee of NAS Jax was repre.
t Graduating Hark to the Sounds of Christmas port when he returns to his duties
she attended business school and Song, sented by Mrs Margarie D. Putnam, Recorder.
started her business career as a Pity the Hunger Pity the Meek; the first of the New Year. Two special meetings, where Naval representatives had

secretary with the Pankey-Davis Care for the Poor Ones, Congratulations are in order for an opportunity to discuss their programs and problems, took
brokerage. Stand by the Weak! Everett: lluskey. A new chevronhas
Wide Business Experience been added'and he Is now Y2c. place on the 10th. Mrs. Putnam presented various forms she

Miss Dunbar has had wide ex- This is the Day Christ Was Born, Lieut. II. E. CarUon, A &: R In- originated to increase the efficiency of the program at this

perience in the business world. For Into This World, Never to Scorn, sypection officer, is receiving a dis- activity.
ten years she held the position of Purest of Pure, Spotless of Sin, charge from the Navy and will re- On 11 December, a comprehensive and interesting pro. '.
chief clerk in charge of the officeof Sufferer of Pain, turn to his home in Oregon. Lt.
gram was introduced by F. A, Denz, MASS director and a
General Explosive company in Our Love Might Win! Carlson has been assigned to this
Birmingham, Ala. station for approximately three Kemington-lland representative. Representatives from Swift ,

When the General Explosive Let Us Rejoice In this Glad Day and a half years. and company, Abbott Laboratories Pullman Firestone Lever I

company consolidated with duPont Think of the Babe in the Manger Wallace I. Still who has been Brothers, Proctor and Gamble Western Electric General
and moved to Buffalo N. Y. she
Lay. confined to his home from illness Motors Douglas Boeing Consolidated and other
preferred to remain in Birmingham. There in the East many large
returned to his duties in the met
Continuing her career in the I In that Land Afar al.accessorles"unit.. companies attended
investment business, she went to Marked by the Light of the Bright I Natal Representatives Attend
jx--i-k: ;
I I
work for Ward Stern and com- I Shining Star! From the way employees are to Chicago by Mra.
pany, investment and securities, a rushing to shopping centers after i Among some of the important Putnam. In 1943 there were 18S!

position she held for six and a Know that Ole Santa will have the days' duties are over, can i Naval representatives who attended I suggestions from 106 Individual
half years. I a hau time trying to remember mean but one thing-"Christmas were Lt. F. ."'. McMenimen suggestoj-s, in 1911, 202 suggestions
In August 1930 she decided to what everyone is wishing for this is just around .the corner." and Lt. Earl Brooks 1 were offered by 189 suggeti-
in and went I I'ulmer of the engine tors, and this year with Decemberstill
try her fling selling Christmas, so her 's a few gentle Frank '
D. C. Lt. (Jg) washlngton'l
to work for the Frontier Press hints and reminders: I overhaul division is on a vacation ; to be recorded, 351 sugges
company in Atlanta, Ga., travelingfor I Ellis: Chalker wiU settle for a In Op&locka.! dan, Naval tions from 210 suggestors. Award
the company for 14. months. I complete new fishing outfit and, -- ,-- -- Mass.; Lt. (jg) Robert M. Baker, were paid on 181 for a toal sum
In 1933 it was back to office mind you, that includes a motor 'Claus would give her a paint job Naval Shipyard, Brooklyn, N. Y.; of $6li6.25 averaging $34.13 each.
I
work. This time for the Home boat, money and the time to go I I II on the interior of her house to Lt. Vernon D. Foster Naval Shipyard I I The largest award was $250 maxi
Owners' Loan Corporation as a Judy flutter says she would .match all the novelty paintingsthat Charleston, S. C.; Lt. (Jg) I mum allowed and the smallest
clerk in the legal department. Con- I like very much to see her husband she has been doing on all Kenneth W. Carlson, Naval Ship :I was $5. These ideas saved the government

tinuing her legal work, she also I Frank, home from Okinawa available bottles, jars, jugs and yard Mare Island, Calif.; Comdr.W. la considerable sum.
was employed by the TVA at Decatur Adc>l Merchant would like to have pots that she could find. (Incidentally B. Brooks, Naval Shipyard, Additional awards of $759 have
Ala., where she handled the I a big, beautiful new home in her that's a very profitable Portsmouth, Va.; Lt Harold- N. been paid for 23 lucky ideas witha
legal matters in connection with I stocking! :.Marian J. Fulc'her and Interesting hobby). Oberg, Naval Shipyard, Philadelphia maximum of $125 and a mini
the 1500 tracts of land, the title : would like a big raise (as would Purchase Group was glad to Pa.; Lt. (Jg) Richard Earl mum of $12 awarded to three joint
of which was cleared for the Gov- the rest of usubrI'Y) WlUon 'welcome Caroline Scott back to i I Carvill, Naval Shipyard, Bremer. suggestors. Some 37 letters of
ernment. I would settle for a brand new Buick work after an illness caused by I ton Wash.; Comdr E. S. Burns ,, commendation were given. Thirtyfour'of -
She returned to the Home Own- automobile with all the accessories. I the flu-A letter from Pearl Sliaii-I I Naval Gun Factory Washington these went to enlisted per. '
ers' Loan Corporation in 1936 He also added that he'd appre- I lIe reports an Injury to her wrist I> and Lt. (Jg) Robert Routt, Naval sonnel.
where she had charge of the reports late more Victory Bonds :Net ]necessitating an operation.Ve I Air Station, San Diego, Calif. I I ..
made by all agents in the eye Lotalso wants a new car I have missed Pearl and wish her a I Publicizing of the beneficial sug The ClirMnmH Card date b.tcl'I.
property management division. ((1913 Ford) plus a wardrobe of speedy recovery We miss Kiw gestions program with illustrated to 1842 when a 16-year-old English '
Accepts Civil Service I'o..t new clothes Also expectingnew I tt'l! | Johnson, SKV2r Harmon I displays was a feature of the con lad named Elger an artist by
Mrs. Dunbar accepted her Civil cars are Philip Myers and Walker, hKV2c and Hubert Ayers, vention which was highlighted by trade, Idly sketched a group of
Service post in 1939, and was se- \ Oretha Dougherty. Oretha wants AMMIc: : who were discharged recently : open forums conducted with a mi- Christmas card scenes. These In-
lected by Comdr. Cotter now Admiral I color of the car to be sky-blue ) .'CoMdr. Louts Tunken- : crophone from the floor. included a party at which a Rogerde
Cotter to be the secretary but Mr. Myers isn't fussy-just so stein, USNR (Commanding Officer The night of 11 December a ban- Covet'ley was In progress, a .
.:Or the Banana River construction it has four wheels and runs! I of I the U.S.S. Lacerta) arrives quet took place in the grand ball. merry skating party and a Christmas .
ofnce, where she was the first .civilian CilaJy-t Ward wants a new Oldsmobile I From China soon and will be a civilian room with Ralph A. Bard former dinner with guests smiling
employed. I I with all the accessories and soon after his arrival. Secretary of the Navy, as guest happily. He finished his sketch by
After commissioning of the station bright red color Bright red would I II Comdr. Funkenstem is the son of speaker. enclosing it in a white lattice border
.at Banana River, Comdr. Cot I I probably suit her daughter she ]proud mother Mrs. Flora Fiiiikenttein :.,: Tuesday afternoon, F. W. Mc-[ and at the bottom left a space
} ter recommended her transfer to I I thinks Doris Fit/putrl k would I Although still confined Menlmen[ assistant head of beneficial where a signature could be writ
NAS Jacksonville, and she re- like to have a dozen pair of nylons I to her home, Amelia Bullock Is recuperating i I suggestion section employ ten. The design was then etcnexl
ported here in January, 1941. I I Barbara mark wants nothing I from her recentauto ment' branch office 'of industrial on copper and a number of oopie.i,.,
( Her first position;on, this station I, more than her husband home from 1 mobile accident. Miss you, Am lia,1 I I relations. Navy Department, printed. I. ,
r was that of stenographer in' the I overseas duty Paulina Freund Well folks' all for now, and ounce' Washington, gave an outline of 1.1"i r t t
personnel office of A & R. Besideshe just smiled( and replied that she'd I&:;alll.' lirrq' "wishing.. fuelt iui ? stenographic work: 'she han- I I like a "tall dirk. and handsome!'*! rryoii of you a very Merry 'flV.1 I uted' toward winning the" war. ties Is causing lator unrest in .()_
UUVd all personnel work and was I Clara Sp'cr wishes. that Santa I I nuu! A creditable report from NAS Guatemala.




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Ity Emma Sue McLeodThe I formerly with central flies, writes
1945 'is fast slipping
year that she is now established in her

a c w away, and NATechTraCen has own home In Fort Thomas Ky.,

teen many changes take place. Sc and that her husband, Kenneth
F LOAD LJ4T
whom
3Qp sW many learned of to our love co-workers and enjoy have de wej .,lias: a splendid position with an Op-

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N
byb and states tical company.So
climes
for other
parted many of us remember Iranfls -
and so many new faces appear pr short time
( W. Houle who was a
( the horizon. May those taking the Lieut (jg) in the metalsmlth

t i v a places their of our work departed and surroundings friends enjoy school ago He was recently discharged

from the service and has comeback
did those they have supplanted,
as
of the Instructors -
to us as one
r
\k Taking the year in Its entirety,
s fundamentalschool.
P : in the aviation
been a bad one for we
It has not
t1113 A rV have things to be thankful Welcome back, Mr. Houle
many
like it so well
and
LOAD for. First and foremost, the surrender we hope you
will abandon returnIng -
end ol here that you
of the Japs and the : ,
home in Worcester
to your
the war; our 20 per cent increase .
week Mass., and remain in th. sunny
work
in pay; our five day

r and the legal holidays which were I south in central files is
A newcomer
w
S denied us during the war period, !
do appreciate [)lga .Altman ,a most delightful
Last. but not least we
'oung lady and pretty to look at.
the holiday vacation that has been :
She is the new messenger from
granted us.'e know we are deserving -
I hat: office and she says the constant -
of this for while the
exercise of delivering mall
ions were seething in -/: na-I
well Naval to: and from the many offices has
as
he civilians, as
lonnel, gave their all to win the reated: a marvelous appetite. She
I hall
ylp 10 thoroughly enjoys mess
a greatest war in the history of the
ach day and says she does justiceo
vorld.
$ aF As Christmas approaches, let us every meal.Congratulations.
in order.
__ lot, be unmindful of our many I are
Margaret Kstelle; O'Gradj, of material -
blessings; let us not be forgetfulf a'beautiful
office is flashing
of the word Christ-
> the meaning I
The lucky man is
young
aLAN his, It is not merely the exchange I lolitalre.
The
malnside.
John Stose of
4 Z value thereof but' 3ns.
the ,
l"c gifts or
18
-lNclntlr..w of one corner in the 'Taint and Sign" Shop of the Supply and Accounting De is the spirit which prompts the narriage 1946 will and take the place couple on will

and here we see "Scotty"Alexander "It is better to give than January
this shop is sign-painting giving
partment. One of the many duties performed by eside in this city until Ms discharge -

busy at work, Standing by is Richard McCiacken, Leadingman Painter. to receive," and if we apply hisn II when they plan on returnIng -
I our daily work and assist' 'our'ellow '
his home in Indiana. Your
workers with a smile and a to

, BREEZING AROUND A & Rwith vlllingness to cooperate instead them of I o-wprkers and: enlisted, your men friends offer their officers sincerest -

shifting 'the. burden upon and wish
-- Insldel congratulations
-
Euleene Wilhngham I out he's week.: hen truly can we be happy all the happiness In
Shop is on leave. Hope 'or you both

John Jsa/al supervisor in pla.n. having a good time. I The reason Mattle Gibson is so I Many of us are receiving letters II the world.
home for the holidays L A.talley .
anxious to go M '< and >a
and Mrs. Nazal are Kthel A. < luage
division, the
nlng Lillian\ Haste), of Gyro Shop mne-montl rom friends we have made and
the proud parents of a son, born is having a wonderful Christmas is that she has a ,. acquired at this activity and In'' of the civilian personnel office *
she has never seen homes to
I old grandson for their
JO December.The reunion with her brother, Capt. A, hem Is expressed the desire to be : are leaving

hazards of work are nothing L. Hastey, U. S. Army. He was sta-I MarjMiit SOII'H son is from coming I the tack again with the crowd and pend the,holidays; Mrs. cQuage; *
Mrs.
Christmas and
to the hazards of leis. and hasn't been< home for leading for New Orleans
compared tioned in Saipan Pacific. We're glad to hear have a real visit with them. I IlrK.
York.
South New
ure, as two supervisors in engine home in four years.Congratulations Mr. Anlonlo ;\ Muriel: Haggard, who was alley; for _
overhaul have found out. Churl the news, Mary -
--
to Waxe MHna Kruno's son was married last week ------ own to Miami, over to Pensacola
suffered se-
:Martin of test cells a :\latlll'l'lI. AMMISc, of the electric John rccelv- Charleston they go!
wound, necessitating a Mr. Adams's' son, I Inside and up to
were scalp of stitches, when his atomatic department for making her new ed his discharge at Camp Bland- It's Mr. Hewitt Daniel now--for-

number I ing last week. Adams said that I icrly SP2c with the mechanic unitf
struck him In
door Works
Public
rate.Our
garage Govonl of engine'' congratulations to I.'rank he had so many ribbons on, he the design section and by theme
Bruno
the overhaul head.writes from Conn., where \\'. Davidson of the Gyro Shop for looked like a Christmas tree< Ity Ethel M. Shanahan I this is in print also Mr. Rob-

vacatlo being awarded $100 by the Navy John gave his dad a nice watch h$ Mcliolson! ex-SP2c of the record -
he la taking an extended Christmas is in the air! A piece this Christmas!
devices he 1 ab- unitcivilians
I
for labor saving in Germany.
while walking through the I bought in the air.
that or it was practically up for the hol-
verbatin) mitted. This is not the first time I Lucy Good ing, who has been on in Both headed elsewhere
woods (and we quote uanlta Wise secretary rec- ,Hewitt to Atlanta and Bob
and the' he has won honors for suggestions leave since August, came in Jays-
sick several
for
injured it
he was severely rds, had her eye on Bob after a
N. C.
of him! Graham,
indoo and we are very proud I last week Now that to
doctor says he is to remain and resigned da's. You've guessed "it"-mlstle- will be back athis
removed front John K. Cora of the Gyro Shop her husband is home she says 8he to 'jngthy vacation
until the stitches are toe! She tried unsuccessfully hoard, but Hewitt is
his leg. If there Is a moral to this, has left this department to reestablish is going to stay at home and be a persuade someone to climb the drawing himself with a
affiliate
it is that all work and no play I his jewelry Lots business of luck from here; I housewife. We wish you the best tree and bring it down. But.he leftror going Beach to firm. Good luck and enjoy

for the four years_of the war in Jacksonville. of luck Lucy! holiday leave and Juanita was !

caught these boys completely ont all of us. this I I Ketlia Sxvlft of metals division. still withouther our civilian freedom, .

Oh! for the life of a We extend our sympathy I resigned last week She has reo
of practice- desire. Be- Carols U..ganI
of leisure. week to HOMe Johns of the Gyro I turned to New Jersey with her ht How ('hrl"tmlu
gentleman Her sister-in-law Mrs. Lola been recently I
Shop. I has
Mr. Nancy" Subtil" personnel as- band who beloved
division, has been Hall, died recently. charged from the Army. Before or des 818., "Silent Nlght"-most
Distant for plant 'or' Christmas carols-had not yet
leave due to her'' leaving Fla., they visited Silver perate, she ap- Christmas
on emergency I But on
been composed.
KLEC'IKIC ttiO1'By
oC
at and other scenic points a
Nancy's apendectomy Springs proached timer
daughter for the first
it was
lllnson Day sung
. St. Vincent's Hoc pital. I Ruby Mejers to Kli/abel;\ interest. Good luck, Retha, we'll painter (there children in an Austrian \'illage -

MrK. Margaret Brown, personn Congratulations miss you! is a crew doing to the accompaniment of a
married
who was ..
for accessories and electric (Kovte) Guillory, I I over buildings
assistant I last Friday night! Frank U.vU guitar.
has been unable I trej PLANT 450 and 451)
divisions Eve the village
It 1 he That Christmas
I has been weeping seems
week because: and in the most
>ort to work this knife. DIVISION priest, young Josef Mohr, sat readIng -
lost his Scout
(,f the severe illness of her ama \ honeyed tones the story of the Nativity when
Sheffield, 748 announce
I Mrs.
Llbb Itt-jett told him her
Ity )a knocked at the
daughter.The Ellze a peasant woman
personnel division' extend that: her brother, Thomas and nolives ;). Yingling is on the air! While W. Ethel Shanahan plight, offering door. A child had been born Inone
his
discharge
!Mrs. Adeline Joel... has received strollii of cigarettes for reo> hisparish
sympathy to Karl Tingling Jr., was a package of the humble homes in

whose lather died last Monday i in in Lake City.AKMSr Shop 712.! down Foisjth Street one Saturday ward If he would shinny up said in the Alps. He went to
'annldt'! :
,
Miami after an extended illness. I \ irons 19 days lean, I afternoon a gent from \\':\[BRI tree. Success! A gallant man pass. I bless it and returned so filled with

Mitt Mattle Wood of the main has returned in Birmingham! Ala I halted him and asked him to select< ed a huge bunch in the second sto.JY the meaning of Christmas that hesat

time section has had a few days He and visited. Also on leave"are Id- a few scores of the football games : window! I down to write what he felt

leave, but not for anything intei Ky. Shop 748 With 30 day that: day, which Ylngling told Into fees Nail, Housing, nas take The lines kept turning intoverse

eating like a visit home or Christmas lie reaRle M.,Colt-man with 20 day: the "Mike," and for this he received Betty Ovvan's place. Betty has : "Silent Night! Holy Night!
and K.
shopping On the contrary her has' a new name a tie Then this would-l gone back home to Philadelphia All is calm, all is bright "

time was spent in having a thoi Your reporter 7 December. Santa Claus took Ylngling next: with discharged husband. We'i A second knock at the door

at the optometrists The wedding was I Witten's Shop and nothing left ex.: friend the organist
S nigh check Knima 1"1"" iII.: '" son-in-law, Fret! door to Max told housing has ought his

has received his disharge : had him select the season's highest; cept space since maintenance took I and schoolmaster Franz Gruber

ACCESSORIES lie Qiilna after 26 months in the Pacific ,, winning scores on the "Prevm over upkeep work. The girls are with word that the church organhad

,
: stationed at and guesses." A. week later Yinj more busy than ever not only the broken down. If there' was tobe
formerly
He
DIVISIONNti'1'lll'1ll was here befor ling bound out he had won a brand first of the month but the rest of s music tomorrow it must be avery

) N'l' allPIty i I the main dispensary new suit, which was awarded 1 1 to, the time with the big turnover due simple hymn since there was

Virginia 1'raser going; across.the sick list this week him at a presentation over the air, to separations that affect Nat' I little time to rehearse the ('hlldren.I .
Those on
We'ieery proud of our shop Itattenec, ('harle'ueke 'Jongratulations! houlng'Ith! the situation the caber there and then composed

this week A new coat of painreally are: I/fon.trd I )'ut Carrol William C. Smith" has been i i ill I way it is in the rental of home; ,, I the music for "Silent Night," la-
T. lUgiitrr
J.
does wonders! So hats ofr 718 and Miner: Allrcronible ; for several days and we hope Yvlll you can well imagine the numbe er erroneously attributed to Hay-

to the ship: -shape instrument shot: ill from Shop and Irene Stephenso" i recover soon. I anxious to move right in those \'a- dn. Next morning, with only a gultar -

l) -wey I'. North SIc of the Gyro I > them pJedreco\'- We are glad that Kd: Wood..,. cated places. I, to guide them, the village chil'en -
Wish
Shop was sent to sick bay quit ,, from! 712. eadingman is back on the jot, Clvdeltradlc\ )' and Lorin'llkh ., sang the song that was to become -

suddenly with an attack of appcnOicitis. >nes., .......-.- gain after his long leave of al,, I win, survey, are due to go huntin: the carol of the world

.. \Ve all wish him a quid'recnvery. I :: imiMON ience. down state: In 'Browaid Scrub f .

\CIIINK: : TuckerThe What steno in the plant div,. near Pompano. They expect to be I The town of Santa Claus, lad,

iK.. llrmkett Sic formerly o'I Machinist fly Mjrlle t Local 1630 or ion office was so cold the ottu gone about two weeks They'i being < which receives over 60,000 letters

this shop was discharged thi I base had a big blowout :!Mon lay, she had her feet wrapped Uf: very wise for they gain seve L per day at Christmas time, got itsname

week. All of his friends wish him his 10th of this month, In a sweater? Some sweater gii I'', days leave without charge! as a result of being refused

the very' best of luck. I lay night of ,beer and eats were bervid Herman 1':. \\'hlte. who was iruied ,. I l Fln'd Cu.vlor, arch., is going! the name- of Santa Fe by authoris -

Stanlta htant: of the electric lenty held of new last week, has returned tc) home to Oklahoma for Christmas; because of the other Santa Fe.

department is out sick this week !I and elections for the ensuing were 'ear. A rock Dot DuUsim sccl'ftal'Yis ; I' Driving his 'car on the way bac: Santa laus was the original spell- f

We he>pe to have him back with us Ricers session followed. leaving for Christmas in Ne\\r I he will stop over to see the Suga lng;, which was simplified into two

Boon. lively Jam to bring us )si'leans and Doris WixxlH Men< Bowl game in New Orleans! words when the children's mail
huller was
We wish to welcome It. (\ IHIUliJeadinpman ,, Prod from his big orange Is I leaving for Howling Giee : The /'excess leave" people ofreaping <<; st rted pouring in
back to the shop. Hi! ionic oranges W at long las _
little ,, I (home town) for the holidays. some benefits ,
did-one oiangethlch I
of sickness.Clyde rrove. He time the legula (1MLIANS 10 IE"KIKCIIKCKN :
was out because to Albert IHelil,, know they will have a grand not only have they
( ..clftl')', AMMIlc, and ex'I he gave Merrill Ilrunson la going horn 1 holidays but in the majority 01 r : ; ; HKOKK: IIOLID'MSThe
or'
Chief Robert lllot, recent bridegroom ., low can we brag about jour \ for Christmas, to visit wife an<1 i cases can indulge in a real winte r main station disbursing
:
: without samplmj
each received n lovely blan',: Fred I hiidren in Muscatlne, Iowa. H vacation. So off to rhiladeiphiachange office announced that all civilIan -

from then hem! ? thiddies. --- -- \ employees in group 4B will
wedding gift Santa for e ----- -
---
ket -
as a fill\ probably play -
he
said neve
ya ls
friends In the shop. I Jlinmle \ I foolish little remembrance I receive their pay checks Frlr -

Wally i'oprland, Sic, of diet" knew before that a lcft-hande<. So the smell of holly is In th e I -cake*, fruits and nuts to eat r lay, 21 December due to the
machinist could be made into eghthanded 8I let's invite ev- next week, The news,
tc
was transferred I some- But if we have one, lolidays
trio department Jr-- Did I hear someone say i I
antJ I painter.If on Chrlstma:s khich came this week, was a
Supply, We all miss Wally AUckvrrett <, thing< about a' flank DivlsloChristmas rI eryoneremember I \\
for occasion. you are wondering why l ]11 "Love Bit-thren" and keep il rI welcome to everyone.
hope he'll be back an \ is so happy, it is,all be,, party during lunc ; mind "Good your Will to All." i I iappy
visit, r gettogethereret
al husbnd is due home this I hour't' A happy I
her
i
George Othritn of the ,Gyr)I cruse



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Opportunity Given r Big Stocking, Isn't It? .

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NATTC "':
NATTC PersonnelTo '. 4j-'i-r A ;


Take CoursesWant .. 0))
ENTERTAINMENT
I r-': .

to further your edu- "" .

cation, mate? ,

MOVIE SCHEDULE You have a good opportunity .t:t 0)

right; here at NATTC ,

: lllirisENCHANTED| FOREST with Edmund Lowe and And you can do it on theNavy's ,
Brenda Joyce Also Novelty. 1800 !and 2000. time too. ,
}'ICW.CHRISTMAS DANCE in NATTC Auditorium featuring ,
Bob Chester and his oiihestia 2000 to :MK( Day courses are now offered in w
Physic, Bookkeeping, Slide Rule .- /
1oi.Tl1ICU.THE BELLS OF ST. MARY'S starring Bing Crosby
and .WOO and Algebra, In addition, thereIn
and Ingrid Bergman. 1730 :
.: .$IINIAY VI 1500. DMA --THE BELLS OF ST MARY, a night, course available inSpanish. r.K r.P r. I '

ImIJ.AT 1800 .VND 2000 LIFE WITH BLONDIE vith Ar-
You are eligible for enrollmentin
thur Lake and Penny\ Singleton. Also shorts ,
>IOM .\\' CHRISTMAS EVE DANCE in NATTC With Sfcl'AK- these courses if you are a member -
.. of the armed force on actm
ATION CENTER ORCHESTRA 2000 to 2300.
duty andare not in basictraining
TUESDAY PARDON MY PAST with Fred MacMurray and lar- engaged
Public Health officersare .
Also shorts 1800 and 2000 ,
guerite Chapman. eligible for all services .
and .
MM: MSDMR: : DEEDS GOES TO TOWN (rt-iiu) with facilities.The .
and Jean Arthur 1800 and 2000, ,
Gary Cooper I.
Educational Service officeat
# ,
'. '"CIIUKxD\\: LETTER FOR EVIE pith Marsha Hunt and NATTC Is located in Building -

,Ii:-:. John Carroll Also shorts. 1800 and :JOOO 501 4' .)

The program ia under the direc-
tion of Lt Jr., and Lt.
,Mi Both have had wide experi- r
ence in professional education in ytr
y civilian! lire
dl There are many correspondence f)
courses in all subjects available.
The first course costs only $2.00
and all thereafter is completely ": m'-'
free. At present, the following
courses are in stock and can be
. I given out on a minute's notice:
\ XH3 Plane Geometry, Course I;
1 H144 Plane Geometry Course II:
! J2i>3 Elementary Architectuial
1 Drawing; J261 Electrical Draw-
Ing; HUT Trigonometry; C712
Plane Trigonometry; C7I5 Descriptive -
Geometry; \M Personnel -
Management; X231 Ail conditioning -
Heating and Ventilation:
J393! Refrigeration; 11113 Civics;
)
\.. L I H9"i: Writings of English Authors,

f Course I; 1193 Wilting of American

.Authors, Course I.
'eFltMNMMIR
-- Ilorut-nt:: Marguerite Chapman Here (hrlMmat Day These courses are available! for
in Pardon ;Mj 1'aM credit. Credit can be secured on i14'7
high school and college level.

...Ir-' SI'ECliEV1 Also, University and High I
1\1TS
School correspondence course are
available. direct from the leading
Aboard schools of the various states of

SVMMMINfl 1).UfA-INDOOR POOL; R< reatlonal period for the union. The government will '
all Naval Personnel and :heir guests: Monday through Friday-1800 pay one-half of the cost of the

to 2100( ; Saturday, 000 to 1200, 1300 to 1700, and 1800 to 2100; Sun- courser up to. $20 tOt' their W\\ P

parents day, 12JO to 1700, and 1800 to 2100 Children must be accompanied by I part.Members of the. Armed Forces !

on active' duty interested in seeking -
GOLl. STATION:' COUK'sE Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to credit at civilian schools for

all personnel. Clubs available at gear locker In NATTC Auditorium basic or recruit training, for
GOLF INSTRUCTION for NATTC personnel by R. W. Reynolds, courses completed at service i

... SpAi)2c( ) 1300 to 1530. (Special classes for WAVES by appointment). schools, or for other educational

Sign up at Shack experience while in the service,
HOSTESS ZIOUSB. open daily from 1530 to 2100. Saturdays and should secure and fill out completely -
Sundays from 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel and relatives USAFI Form 47 (Application -
t and< guests. for Credit for Educational

, .NATTC LIRR.tRY open daily from 0800 to 2100. Achievement) This applicationmay "
UOUL1NG daily at Ship's Service from 1200 to 2030. be obtained from the Educa-
tional Services Officer. JXSK: IIVKKIK. Warner Brolhc a 'tress, serins to tune plenty -
A5 lore It ia easier for military personnel tif toys' to fill thin htoiking limit ii von Imp mo left, lano, you
while still on active duty to might; < oui.> arounil to our hon.e,
The Episcopal Army and Navy Center, nigh f Church and get an accurate, documented state- -- --
Market Streets, sponsors a dance every Saturday from 2030 to ment of their in-service training : ot the! South Pacific ail convoying
. 3t80 Junior hostesses will be In charge and all enlisted personnel are than it U for veterans to assemble troops This ship put into Nw

InriUdJACKSO.M. such a record. Caledonia on Christmas morning
; "JI.Lh UE.\CIIS-Busea; leave at frequent intervals In particular, every man who I I and was able to take on the necessary -
, from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets Surf bathing plans to resume hU formal educa- I turkey and fresh suppliesto
and other recreation at one of world's finest ocean beaches Bus tion palt time or full time after I make all hands enjoy a Christ-
fare 25c. his return to civilian life is encouraged I. I mas meal which was quite a aur- '

NAM MOIIIIUS IIOMLsss: )HOUSE, 101 East Church Street. to submit USAFI Foi in l'rise and worth wnlinrhome
No 47 to the school of his choue {'nntiniiMl on I'...{" 11:
Uso CENTERS at 122 West Forsyth Street; abc\ ";'e Blanding Bus iJi
In the case of those undergoingredeployment SHIP'S
Station; Church and Newnan Street; Jll West Duval Street. USO training this shouldbe I Inactive
\VOMENS' DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street j
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done as early as possible in the COMPANY PROFILES
CANOEING, 11-slllNG, AND 1JO.\1I\G: Cedar River on San training period. New trainees are I ---- -
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on I eligible for this service any time I J
San Juan Row Hoats--two hours, 50c; canoes-$1.00 per flour; motorboats after completing basic training A What did you do l last Christmas -

-f ,OO per hour, five to eight people per boat part of the credit application form 1 the ('luistmas befoie

1I00tSlmAlI\: )( ( : MAGNOLIA IST.lU.I'San: Juan Avenue may be returned to the applicant 'that, and even the Cuistnubefoie ) >
and Lakeshore Blvd. $1.00 hour for two hours $1.50 by the school with recommendations I'
per ; per one I I ) that As that dad Sk
hour groups of eight or ten-$1,00 for two hours HYDE PARK for further study These I
draws when all thinof
recommendations will bo ex- ) near we
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''Ph\!2<'. Anthony P Zambnuky; tr.mel.helpful to the individual : home, many of the men a.1 t '
More
Almost Hundred
AMDt( 1)2e.ToTelmtnat, who wishes to continue his civilian I J NATTC are remembering otli
Inland Clmence:
I T. PHI!
,education while still in service
Leave for Separation ; I man AOMlr Clarence E, 'InAOIWk I 4?; r years.
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Total Nears ThousandNearly To Shoemaker, Calif.-Bobert N. I. Chief William I' Williams, CT
latlir ABM Ic1o Yes, This Color GuardWasSliurpAIlKte.it; MV, who is attached to the in: /
a hundred additional enlisted / Uunhlniiton D. C.-Natalie .T.' itructing staff of the Aviation

personnel left NATTC last : WImbruw.To New, V2 Oi(:.leans,.la,-Cunllfff-Ullllum Sir L>. Ordnance OHirers School Vintil I
week for separation centers, with Pleiion Jr.. S2c A ineinlier of I the color guard; tomorrow; when the school is de
the Personnel Separation Center, I I' To StImpson. N. Y.-Leo H. Selfeif, riKlied Into the <)(>!>'"M office ictivatedi, has many interesting

Jacksonville, taking a majority of AOMU To Jarksom! le. Flu.-Eat: "I S. ulxMit 17iH mid (prueelrled i III hrlstmases::: to remember ; '
expected 1 BtH\e\\ AOM2c Gt'Q"'t' W. Bu<'k- "".*" one .ililncl door alter an- II he makes ,it home this year i iwill it .
mailer, AhMSc, Odin J, Chil llHni ?n. I othrr be the first sin 'e 1 of this month since most of those 1 At-M.Ti Thui A. duitafson; Sli. I ,r
Francis T: J, Harkett AJCZr "I ttn't find I ht'IIh.: flnilh: r One year his! ;
eligible during December already MuttMell. AFC3 William ',
11111111111W..1I e dtl'dl> set !li 11 1
have left the station j son. AOM2f tank K W.lhll.// "I Iml Mlial *" nsK.."l the nee blimp "
from San I
KplAllc) John P, J..ettrh. !' tai '
Nearly a thousand enlisted per on,I member rif (the jjniril.
.
Aaron i I Lepnaid AMM'I)2r) W'n-I ciii. II i on Christmas .4-
sonnel no e have been sent from I dell I'. Long. \OMT)2. ( I' "The (' il.>rii.' llie>'re not inhere. Eve ani ;

here "fot' separation centers I om Robertson PliM3 AEMV. Ben H.Mervln StJirnedPi/ K Rohrni Sic- line j(/u Men thein'" sailed throughthe
Thane( separated last week and Joseph H chum AFMK Richard C: *"\\l h.>', Jon dClI"| ," clinic the! Golden Ud'e
'l their destination: Trimble" 'AEMV, Tlvrfe I r WentfjllAEMSc 'alHt rfjilj, "The colorn are! to what battle

arlds.es T. McmohU STb, Oorolhv Tenn.--R.Delphlne Turnbull D., I AEMlc. H Kenneth 0frt F. M Yonk WoimlnRton iOMac: .: out on flu flsglylle.| l L they dldll't i LI. ('O:\iDit. nm; '.\in: ',\.
,, Peter i J. C-illdghan AEMU WIIMim -- I !know This \va IIOUIII: (ulxite), former .'4'r. .
SlTo ild" )Beach? I.. I.. N. Y.-Harold V IFleilng, AOflo frtuiiM If Girls worry about their hats and t Just aftJr: they' sojiiifl Offhor at N\r Hh1rii- .
:t:, LUrron PhMlc, Walter E. Ferine Heller At:Mle. Samuel R. I und I Ml shoes Between the two there had participated ( <'n, N now 1)11 terminil leave
Y2c.To -
apt Great! Takes 111,-- ic, AOMU: I.eRox M. Chi IMIaniwnACM 10. .Turnes'. Sir R n nmnrf. W. <;ulnnrox -- Chief \\llHuiin shall: Raid and ( with lime (onniiortiil
:*. Ho*md W'. Pieuss AOMV: F Merk Pti <,. loneph .1.I I1uem:in Sir' ('ham-lea H L*>anPhVlli ,
tap t headed for what turned Credit ( .Laek.ontilk. Air.
: hey were ,
Ray c' Adjnw AOMITIC.: Thomas tRliJirr < \,2r. Daniel I ,1.I MtDiclcAEMlr : tredeilik: I P Palmer' AoMl: orj'"
r, HMA, James D Sackett. JlIn :: Ro} A, I'HI I AOMI t,. The.<.>- (fRul\l t'. Vteddlnic' AEM2c. il" vsllvn out> to bethe Gilbert Islands Ex. lI"wt'lIl'nl..rI'LI the! Navy in 191. ?
AOMlc. dore L. :S dl AOMI. Aier' Btlchtugheclc *, AtCli Jack B: little c client: fooj was served in the us and castle here after. f4'cei ln;
Prig.
1II\"n MJM,Mil.hell R. OckiHVShl William M PlcroAOMSr AMM2c', Har.y S. Ward. AEMV ,
laf 'Navy style because had hU Iml trliutlon at (iopt
II they
.A EM*' Ram<1 IB.nheM. ARTIc: James,. H. O'l>oonl'lI, Jr., ..AEM2. K
i Tc a- MinnI.<'RoR. Samuel \\'. (' i u'roll itllt; J>j\ld (L fnnl, K !Smoll' Sk .T">hn f: "!II 1.4"1' J nit left pott I I'olul, R, I. The new (VeHtimnel/ .
I' Jensen ll\1l.rr.1r.'IIS.:: ; I 1 1'(.nh'"I, ti'? mil.) I, \\,1111111 i II l Ki lrl- Jr Al M1<' ('II"u'I ', .I H,', It'' 'Ir I t The year IK'f >re that Will.ains officer N It 9'lusuta4I... V.riMd
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L Bob_Che ter's_Band Starts Holiday Program.1 Tomorrow I




First Group Will i I Here For Big C/iris/mas Sendoff I Most Gala Entertainment in 5-Year



Leave on Holiday NATTC History Has Dances, Shows;


Schedule Friday : Beer Will Be Feature of Two Parties


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A mass exodus unpieceden A fun-packed entertainment program surpassing any-

ed in NATTC's history begins thing presented by the Welfare department in four previous

at 1700 tomorrow when the years is ready for NATTC enlisted personnel during the
rr1r
first group of ships company Christmas holidays.

find trainee personnel logs out 'The big eight-event program gets under way tomorrow

liomevsard-bound for the firpCncetime night when Bob Chester brings his 17-piece orchestra here

Clnfctmas. for four hours of dancing in the Auditorium.

Approximately half of the -:- ----=:=--- :=. t i An. innovation this year willbe

,, :; ,center's nearly 2,500 enlists d SUMMARY OF the serving: of beer at two
a
Complement' >will go on the NATTC's HOLIDAYENTERTAINMENT I ,of the three dances planned

"' : :"first.1;1 i1'f IhA'holiday schetfiii I I II during the two-week period A

!" b1 1!: "r' December to I Friday, Zl December dance with beer is scheduled

"'; g8Ot ;2B p mger"whi1e} the BOB CHESTER MARGIE WOOl I DANCE In Auditorium from I so that each holiday leave
r' for the 2000 to 2400 featuring BOB
Ies.t'inalflwiUewait
I attend at least one.
AM HIS OltCIIEisTKA. group may
., eribd 28 Set for Duty Section 2 Is C1IESTEK
,..' on Ut> from 0800 Special Pay Besides the dances, there will bea

.*, -;Decem ieljtG 0800 3 Januar; Second Leave GroupA Next for InspectionIt's Sunday, 23 JM't'mbt'r-N Children's Christmas Party In

train, bus!, plane and auto.< TC-MAINhlDE CIIILDKhVfe: Mainside Auditorium a Christmas
By
mobile, personnel will travel I to I special pay day will beheld Duty Section Two's turn PARTY in Malnside Auditorium dinner in the Mess Hall for families -
their homes to enjoy the first hoi on Thursday', 27 December, at the next Saturday personnel 1400 to 1700. I of enlisted personnel a recep-
leave For It I for those going on. leave the second lnsH>ction. Monday, 24 December tion and tea in the Hostess House,
will day be the permitted.first Christmas many at home holiday period, the Disbursing With thin Inspection, half of' DANCE in Auditorium, 2000 to a Variety Stage Show and a USO
before the war Office ban announced. the duty sections remain before 2SOO. Music by Separation On Show.
since r Only those will be paid whose the complete cycle has been ter Orchestra Jk't-r"III be In addition to the entertainment,
The large number of service pn. names appear on lists furnishedthe made. Had weather has prevented sen'e sonnet seeking to travel is f'xpect. I Disbursing Office previously Inspections for Duty Tuesday, 25 December _I throughout the entire NATTC
fd to jam all facilities lea\'lng'' bj divisionoffieers, Sections One and Three, the- latter CHRISTMAS DAY DINNERfor contribute to the holiday galty. -
Jacksonville\ and travel agents !laid. ---i ------ being rained out laM Saturday families of enlisted men. area
there may not be sufficient equi] II 30 De<'ember- R >
ment on hand to meet the deman, "Is there anything you fancy Sunday Highlight of the entertainmentto
*" -- ---- CEPTION AND TEA in E-I
to eat before the execution asked --fir- of
will be the
first.
In most cases, It'll be on a many appearance
the warden Joe "When you"go to a restaurant ess House from 1600 to :
with his out-of-this-
Bob Chester
time, first-served basis. do always flirt with mf'lt with In'
"Yes. mushroom" said the condemned ,, why you Enlisted guests I ivorld" music tomorrow night.
the two-week period, f'n. I the waitress?" ed.
During
"I've always beenafraid
listed personnel not on leave w\1l\ to man.try them in ('&.Se'1 mightbe I Woe. "I'm playing for big Monday, :31 December- VARIETY I chestra Chester,leaders one of of the today foremost, needs lithe ( r--
(
be in a port and starboard duty steaks." snow, -snow TIME:,
poisoned He organized his
status. This schedule will be star -- In Auditorium. Two performances 1 introduction.
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1700 tomorrow with the J800 and 2000. band only six years ago and sincethen
*-d at ,
Uses Best From DANCK; : has skyrocketed to the top of
port section. Navy Techniques Tuesday, 1 Januarj- in the musical world. Included
All regularly scheduled class In Auditorium, 2000 tv 2300. I
his bookings are long
past
will be suspended for the holiday Music by Separation Center Orchestra I among at the Astor, New Yorker
periods, the superintendent of Public Schools in Its Educational Beer will be serf f'd.TSO I and?mays Pennsylvania hotels in New
3 January -
training office has announced Thursday I the Sherman hotel, Chi-
fork
City;
SHOW, "Sl'ORTS KM't'E, In I II
Travel MadeA Book-Cadillac hotel LVeroit -
Surrey I DeclaresThe (ago; the
Officer-Teacher Auditorium. Two performance, I
Personnel department serve Program, I 1800 and 2000.SPLRSHES I : and the Chase hotel St Lour -
will i 1" I well at theaters -
showed that slightly more 1- -_ as as appearances
traveling during the first perk Navy, in building the fine educational program it in most of these cities With,

than the second. The largest group] has today, has taken many ideas and techniques from the 'I : fROm nATTC him will be his vocalist, attractive

more than 150, will head for Ch country's leading Public School systems, Lieut. William E. Margie Wood. I
Remember mates, there are four
,
for
sago dations with to requests New York and aceommc Boston Crow, assistant to the executive officer at NATechTraCen, I iclid hours of dancing-from 2000 I

running second. Demands for''I said in an interview. I to 2400 That also is something

space to points near Kansas Cit;)., !I On the other hand, he added, the Navy has improvedupon 1 WIlIFI nfW at NATTC parties.
New Orleans, Birmingham and \Aell-established teaching methods and public educators Beer at Two Dance
Florida were in the minot some I Beer will be served at the dancesn
Southern
it y, the survey showed I should give study to these innovations in post-war : (. Monday, 24 December, and
for planning."One i iII Puesday 1 January, for the first
There were fewer requests I ... in Center history. In each in-
accommodations to the I distinct advantage the --- >' M. M. B. ime
travel
same points for the second pence Navy has is its control over Its I Is there a Santa Claus? Yes, !itance, attendance will be limitedo
combining annual students," Lieut Crow said. "Th I Santa is as real as can be. Majbi those who are "in a non-duty
Many were vocational and Its make reindeer fly or I !!itatus Admission will\ be governed
leave with the six days a practic Navy is chiefly no man can
I, tremendous there i iL Is by tickets which will be distributd -
which was permitted under reguJations men realize the opportunity r slide down a chimney ; jet
if certain requirement afforded them to advancin I real desire in each of us to make by the Welfare department
'
learn by the love and the thrill' hrough division officers No beer
met. The holiday leave willIe their rate. They 1 those we happy
\were entered in service records bu best available physical equipmen of seeing our efforts spread joy 1 Is: will\ \ be permitted in the dancing

will not count against annual and such teaching devices as long lasting. rea ,
leave In the case of officers, however mock-up and visual aids and arable < 1 Santa Claus is coming to the I The Personnel Separation Orchestra -
leave will ('otmt to apply these techniques In WAVES Barracks We haven no stranger to NATTC
holiday terminal leave simulated actual use. The budge :'aught him jet, but there will be I lancers, will furnish the jive for
against of the Navy for educational purposes WAVES on lire watch all Christmas both affairs which will\ be from
Ubertj During IMiilaj I: is almost unlimited and any;; Eve to look for him. He wil 000 to 2300.
During the two holiday periods, school system couldn't meet that:' surely come to see the tree dec<- Along with NATTC, personnel!
. heads and officers-In'j WAVES includU1gJeanette from the Separation Center wille
Apartment Lieut. Crow has a broad back orated by many
s charge of schools may grant ground in the educational field. He< Kahle, Arlene Kruse, invited to attend these dancesnd
-rty at their discretion during the< attended college in San Diego. the I Christine Bedsall, Tillie Meyer: An' tickets will be distributed
working day to personnel under University of Southern California, I lette Bailey, Alice Smith Louise here.
their jurisdiction who do not haw< and Eastern Oregon College of Education 3iatton, and Sue Hoover He must I Last year, Tony Pastor and his
the duty andare not needed to before doing gradual lave heard of the Christmas I rchestra were here for a stage
I
tarry on the work of the depart work at Clarmont Calif. He was wreaths created by Erma Presley how Which topped the Christmas

Yric-iH, on the staffs as vice principal of; out of a piece of crepe paper He ntertainment but there was no

In line with the suspension of Andrew Jackson, LaFavette, Jr.. Mil bring an extra stocking full dancing
has I I Hoover, Kahle and Following he Bob Chester dance,
training activities a request and Uorrance high schools in Los for the MAA's
been made to the Bureau of Perjonnel Angeles, He now calls that city; .uther wh ohav done os much to here will be the annual Children'sChristmas
to cancel input quotas foiclasses his home c >brighten Barracks 51. The air I is! party, held jointly with
scheduled to convene dur filled with melody from the tunes lamside; in the Mainside Auditorium -
to
S ing the two-week period. I In July, 1943, Mr.from Crow Indoctrination came hat have come out of our piano., from 1400 to 1700 on Sunday,
NATechTraCen has been nice 23 December This party is for the
The holiday leave regulations: school at Quonset Point, R. I, Dorothy Catania
,
that personnel eligible nough to let us in on her Christ iddies of enlisted personnel and
also provided He has been a barracks officer ir LT. WILLIAM F. CROW
for discharge 1 January like commander nas carols. M. Brooke's angel onthe Is 1 an outstanding attraction of the

wise could take advantage of the. i the and brigade before, regimental he took over his: I ter citizen because he has learner piano will greet him along I II holiday entertainment About 300
holiday leave with the understanding administrative to work with the group and take I with the Merry Christmas sign children from Jacksonville orphan-
an I II
was
that they would be processed present post to the superintendent I responsibilities upon himself! as ar made by B. Y. Morton. We hope a a pes will be special guests
and sent to separation centers a i I assistant individual. I, silver tipped pine cone doesn't i The first beer dance is the following -
soon as possible upon return. of training Should Know "Why""Another drop on his head. Stars will shine I II night. Several acts of professional -
Students graduating on 22 December I Compares Siulents I upon him. He might like the popcorn entertainment will be
will be given six days holiday Comparing students in the Navy thing we'll have to develop strings in case he is hungry. I II resented during intermissions atthis
leave as delay in reporting and Public School systems, Mr is the ability of a studentto I Let'a tour Barracks 91. In room I dance.

w- -.to their next station. Crow pointed out that personnel know why he is studying what 1 rte find another beautiful tree< "'I t. I who attend Navy schools "are se- he takes, the objectives and reason -i the- small lounge. "'e might chance special Christmas Day dinner
", /'. t'...Civilian: "I wish I could find a I le'ted and screened and are there This brings about confidence to drop bj in time to hear some of ,, will be served in the Mess Hall,
''t : .:' d jictor who would tell me there i III because they realize the personal; and a greater ease of comprehension. tarbara Harne)"'" re<-< nls, one of Mrth wing of Galley 2, Building
:":",'" 'ithlng wrong with me." advantage and gain to them- the finest, collection in the bar-I 414, Door 19, for the families of
if* Sailor: "Join the Navy." sel\'es." "I hope every man will take ad I ackn.. If Gladys Ilriant Is thereene enlisted men. The dinner will beat
,: :. .-.- "The Navy has aroused Interestin vantage of opportunities>8 of returning ( Autrj's records will be onhe t 1200. In order to have their
students and should make them to school. They should all t machine. In rooms 2-6 it looks families attend men must have
: \ SMALL STORES:| realize the value of education so make excellent students because : u If there I* a shortage of chairs omitted names of guests to their
that when they retutrn to civilian they have faced dangers and have anl table. Or is it that a morertistic vision officers. >
: life and continue their educationin learned to sort the vital things package tan be construct- Cigarettes will be distributed

either the liberal arts, technicalor from the unimportant and should I'd i tt heal you are wilted Indian style ,, at: the Christmas dinner through
vocational courses they "will know what they want and have a I (In the deck surrounded by newly I the Welfare department
O benefit to the greatest degree, he purpose in their life:' urchasd treasured, ribbon, 113-1 I The next event is the reception
1 went on I and scotch tape. id tea in the Hostess House from
tf great energy staples
Lieut. Crow, a man IIt'r
"Anotherery important realization It !l'f I II 1900 Sunday, 30 December -
to
i for the Champion I ",1-die Is at least picturesque. 1600 on
which must be fostered and pitched I IftkiiH to judge the best packagesut intended for enlisted men > obring
Softball team for the last! two seasons
I extended in our public schools is I M. Pridemore and I>, (Creen- guests aboard the station
and is interested in all sports. ,
Jill.NT4RM that of 'citizenship responsibility' "nod will be hard to beat. Moving that day. A luncheon will be served -
Phis should be ,inculcated in all Besides his work' in the field of round to the lower right wing rte I consisting of sandwiches, fruit,
scholars along with their desire to education, Lieut Crow has been fiml that room 15 has designed amOllt nuts and punch:. In keeping with
learn greater skills which will ton- active in character building activities unique Christmas card. Ask the holiday spirit there will be ..pecial -
tribute to the group as well as for youth and has been director L. Burns to show It to 'ou. In the Christmas decorations in the

..- ( ) fli..t.i 1 Chlcnifo benefit> the individual. of summer tamps: for many Continued on Page Twelve Continued on Page Tseissr
"WHICH. ONE, ?" "A Navy man will make a bet- years.


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Page Twelve NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 20 December, 1945



As Air Raiders Defeated Camp Blanding NATTC Cagers

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ATTCenf Mark Up Fourth
l A l 4 "y 9(
teuis N t tu _\

.t Straight Victory


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Ye .. Bud weather which kept planes'
grounded forced the NATTC Air
Raiders to cancel their Tuesday )

night contest with the Maxwell
6r
I Field, Ala., Army team on the
By AL COLEMA latter's court

Let's open up with the column: Lt. Comdr. J. J. Gallagher
with our favorite news item I basketball coach, Raid the game
Augustim A. Butcher, BMli the would be rescheduled at a later

Angel). Now he is dating, almost date.
. I The Air Raiders, who now
consistently, the cutest little GI
from have four victories! and are undefeated -
Mainside
the name is Fris I
will be idle until after
"
One of her
co. greatest assets, he
thinks and the Christmas holidays.The ; .
we agree is actually I .w
listening to his "line" She evidently Ij
holds j Air Raiders racked two ", .
a large amount of influence up ..t f.1
over thim tho' because Ao more victories last week by de- "'1:
Saturday night he held down to 4 Q 0 eating Camp Blanding.- to.;31, .. ''.r
(four) drinks AND THEY F and Orlando Army Air Field 55 to
WERE ALL TEA! (O Bos'n too> 3T' 43, both in games, awa. from' 'ft
'
home J1'
Quite a number of Haves attended (
the Gm>n Cove Springs The game at.Camp BlaAdihg Was '..
j Dance. Said they had a marvelous a repeat performance an'arl-> : '.
time, but alas! the bus broke ier NATTC triumph here/wiUi the'I ) ...
down on the way home near Orange I I Army cagerst t trying desperately I. "
1'ark. They had to literally 1 for revenge on their home court.
thumb their way back. It Mirea'i The teams battled on even terms
cold that night! Tour of the gals! the first half with the lead chang- )
happened to be our own A T'h- ing hands several times. A few
TraCen \\aves but I'm not at liberty r. minutes before halftime, Jug Gju-
to divulge their names because h: rich sank three long shots to put

!! they Mid,' their respective! NATTC in front and thereafterthe
boy friends were under the impression Air Raiders never were behind -
,
that they had stayed ; 1 They v hell. a 23-17 margin at
"home" that night like good little ', ,' halftime
biddies." \\'11:1tB'i that saying The play of Gjurich was a high-

men the gay deceivers' light of the game, although the
I didn't see the basketball game NATTC guards 11 points was bet-
" last week between the AEM's and tered by Mizen, Camp Blanding
the Mess Cooks, but it was a lose forward, for high scoring honors.
game One incident, however I Mizen got 14 Benson_ a teammateof
must mention. A pass from Rajalato Mizen, also got 11 counters Don
Shorty Kesler which went way Ferczan was second high on the
out of his reach but was received' Na' \ quintet with HGjuruh '.

by an interested spectator, Wave besiUej getting four
Bee Allen, right on her pretty : field goals and three free throws
blonde 'hald." In the future, Ra- was a bulwark on defense all evening -
jala must be careful who h<> makes Incidentally, he hasn't miss-
passes at.Notes At ed a charity toss yet in 13 chances
from the Dispensary this season Harley Collins, guard, I
"Nothing ever happens here they and Bob Behrman, center, also

always tell me reminds me e '' turned in sterling performances, t
of the moving picture 1'a\ few rr the former feeding the ball to G ju-
,
years ago, "Grand Hotel] I find ; rich r his tries at the basket

that Wave McGowan and her The Air Raiders had little trou- f
"Red" Slater, (another out m ou ble disposing of the Army AirField .
stalwart police), spent a very enjoyable i quintet at Orlando earlier in }I
week-end at Tallahassee the' week Gjurich had a romp in '
with "Red's" folks who came downto m this contest getting seven field 1
visit him Some of the kIds are goals and five free throws for 19 :

wondering. who that good looking points and high scoring honors,
Looey" was visiting Wave Silerman two points better than teammate

\ in Sick Bay almost dally, The above photos give an idea of the fast and furious action as theIr Raiders downed tamp Behrman, Halowlezko, center, led
she was down with that very unglamorous mantling on the Arinj's court last week by a five-point margin Top shows! Milan (Jug) Ujurich under the losers with 13
cat fever Lt Comdr the basket for a successful close "shot, one of four he tallied during the contest, Bob HunkcttNo. I NATTC led by 25 to 20 at the R
L. C Smith was passing out the ( 11)), TSA1TC forward, Is! at the extreme left Below, Gjuridi tries for another bucket If jou're intermission but turned on the
cigars to all last week He becamethe beginning to think that Gjurich was under the basket most ot the time, he was forward Dan steam in the second half to Increase "
proud father of a little boy I Terezan is the NA1TC player In the right foreground. the advantage. '
called Dennis our belated con- Here is a tentative schedule of

grats, doctor. Personnel WarnedOn Bob Chester's Band Intramural Cage ; games booked at present for the
Here Is a rule story, we think. Air Raiders:
Corpsman "Corl,)'" Sanders, and Victory StarsNo I Starts Holiday Program Season Opens; Two Wednesday, 9 January, Welch
Wave Annette Bailey, who have Continued from Page Eleven Hospital of Daytona, there. ,t
been a regular twosome at parties stars upon the ribbon bar of I Hostess House. New Teams EnterThe Friday, 11 January, Army Air (

dates, etc., for over a ;year, the World War II victory medal On New Year's Eve in the Audi Intramural Basketball Field of Orlando, here

had a larger than usual spat have been authorized, personnelhave torium there is a Variety Show, League got away to a fast start *'riday, 18 January, Yellow Wa-
discontinuing social activities to- been advised in an AINav, "Show Time," which is being last week with the playing of six ter, here
r get her for a whole week. This was i The statement said that brought here direct from a theaterin games. Three contests were close, Tuesday, 22 January, St, John '.1 I
too much for Annt'tteho purchased men have been wearing the many stars Mobile, Ala., for performancesat while the others, due to lack of River, there. '
a shiny little Hatchet In j and directed commanding officersto the usual times, 1800 and 2000 I practice, proved lop-sided affairs. Friday, 25 January, Maxwell
town, smeared the blade with! The six vaudeville acts include a In the most evenlymatchedcontest Field, Ala, here. *
take to this
gruesome red fingerprints and I'' steps stop practice. five-piece orchestra, a juggling act, the Mess Cooks defeatedthe Friday, 1 February, St. Johns
marched up to "Cork)'" and -- ''a tight-wire exhibition and two Electrician's Mate school, 34 River, here. 4r
said "Let's bury the hatchet, Corky -, dance teams. to 32. The Fire Control school > .5
." The)'re a regular tvu>some I NATTC Waves The new year will be started downed Welfare in the most one ;
again and everybody's; happy I with the second of the beer dancesin sided affair 38 to three. Nice Chassis?

Mentioning the name Bailey." ; 'Continued From Page Eleven I the Auditorium. Lt. C. C. Kelley, offlcer-in- I ., t
They also have a Corpsman G T ,upper right wing \\wonder where As at past dances, corsages will charge of Intramural basketball, 1 < '
Bailey, who has gotten tired of the cooks and bakers find timeto be given to the women at all three said the Physical Training team I t ,, ,'t,
w
I do so much handcraft and decorate holiday dances. The corsages are
being a "wallflower, evidentlj He would be combined with Welfare I
read a "You Can Dance" ad andis their rooms so well Helen made by Waves here. to make one team i
to flyers! and Florence Ferry have On all other nights, movies are : .
learning "jit"'NY Two entires have been ; '
We'll be of 'made the most handsome shell scheduled in the Auditorium at the new received : ,
a
hearing new
bringing the number of
Yolanda and Bailev', raPldlY'j 'pins you ever saw. \\'onderht'rf' regular times. teams in the s
Ship's
Mary: ; Sthuerman and :Mildred' BI''oration'fore: Intensive; t I Company I
: I League to 10 Lt.
Kelley said The
\\addoups gut their tree? Christmas decorations throughout j '

Ship's Profile "I'll be home for Christmas" It NATTC buildings and areas I and newcomers the Automatic are the XOD Pilot division school. I' a Lr :
are most extensive this year than ,
I Is truee have hall fun planning 1 The School league still has five J q r
before For the first time, i '"
Continued from Page; 10( I 4 our week's leave Guess everyonewill ever members --
be train Mess halls have been appropriately '
about. traveling by or plane i i
Results of last week's
decorated with holly wreaths games.Mess :
Is flue: to bus strikes Hope V. Jones
Williams an expert torpedo-
and Christmas day there will!' Cooks 34
on Electiician'a
J jets home, ;
and has learned about those
man \ be table-cloths with candle'' Mate school 32 .I
little projectiles from j Some of us are not back. paper
potent every coming
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centerpieces for all tables I Fire Control school 38; Welfare }
angle. He has nursed them along 3ood:: luck to: D. Turnbull, Natalie '
Christmas tree 3.
A large lighted
from the time they are first put I ,IVimbrow, Irene Cunliffe V :
In the parking lot adjoining the Disbursing 41; Personnel 15.
aboard, maintained them it tip-ion I' It is not easy to say goodbye to I postofficc highlights the decorations AOM 42; AFC 32.
condition, them secure during
kept he: graduating dental students.
in Ship's Service area Ordnance 58; Hospital Dispensary .
stormy seas, and finally has sent rhey are Arlene Kruse HAle, Kl- An impressive Nativity scene at 11. -
them into enemy craft. let Zaki, PhMJc Christine Bed- '
I the corner of Yorktown avenue Barracks Seventeen 46: Bar v.
Williams seems to have been in lole, HA2c, and Dorothy Motlow, and Child street contributes to the racks Eighteen 12. I

on about every major battle When I J?h.M3c. I NATTC Christmas decorations and ---.....----- ,-- I
the first gun was fired at Pearl ''la- dances planned for the loo i is an outstanding display of the en- Overheard at The gate: "You
Harbor he was there And he 1 days promise tu be the best )et. tire station. The display, including need a tonic, Mac, you're getting
seems to have followed the excitement I J Here Is a special invitation for all I the lighting, was designed by Corp. to look like the picture on your,
right around from Australia! ',\'.\\'I'S.'ou will like the program I Walter F. Kwolek, USMCR I, D. card Y
up the coast of Northern Russia, I dancing and corsages. Let's Committee Members ------- ,-- I
Aleutians and ending at NATTC get in on all the good thin planted The committee responsible for are trainees from the AEM school I
i I for us here at NAT 1C, and the dances is composed of the following AI Coleman, AEM2c, of Ship's -I
A tough MAA strode into the ,, I et's help in every way we can! enlisted personnel: Company, i=j in charge of stage I

barracks. "All right you lazy apes, I J. Stevens, publicity, decorations decorations. i
fall out on the double," he yelled I KETAIN INSURANCE; and check room; A R Warner, Waves on the committee are: I 1
The sailors grabbed their hats and i SEA) Moat: naval personnel decorations and publicity; J, K. Dorothy Ludwig, Sic, of the duplicating I
scrambled for the door _that i.1 I plan:, to retain their National Servce McNally, decorations; R A shop, and Mary Ann Don- '; f'M
all but one < life Insurance, according to a :Schmidt publicity and refreshments nell of the Commissary office reception : ,
tlnued to lie >, 'of 1,000 dischargees conducted : C E Malseed, decorations; and flowers; Emma Long! :, Pt'
"Well," T"i' it tv,,,> separation centers, At onei J, It Speaker, decorations and HAle, and Marian 1'ruder, HA2c, r
"Well," r ::1 I 8258"'r:! declared their in- publicity: W C Steger, decora- check room; C S. Hoove;, SpS( ) YKH: KKOM BAUHAKA 11AI.K
"there sure f ; "t' ,n to keep the insurance, as' tions; J. H Hancock, decoration, 3c, refreshments, and Jeannette iuro does have a good one. von
wasn't there at the other. and G, A, Geuder, decorations. All Kahl, Sic decorations t think EK, too.T *

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