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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1946
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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1. WHAT CHRISTMAS HUSHTEnjoyinff I I. ALL IS QUIET-"All i is calm,

,: a breathing spoil after S tL all is bright" was true of this naval ; -
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the holiday( mad-house in the post- n.
office are Alice Francois, MaM2c: W W ayQ .-....... ,,,-.,,.,,- air station over the yuletide.
of Saugus. :Mass., and Bob Sleap, Only the sea gulls gave sign of any
MaMSc: of Jacksonville. With return kind of life on the ramp where the

of ,personnel) 1 from Christmas PBY's sat idle, while squadron! : personnel .
leaves, the mailmen had to he on r : !tM l were off duty
their feet again on a job that nev- .
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2. SLAVE TO CAUSE While those who did have to remain on
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most every other office on the sta- ." the station during the holidays,

tion was enjoying a respite from S however, the spirit of the occasion
naval duties during the holiday
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NAS Jax remained a busy place. as the Hospital dance, and other

+.. Some personnel was transferred to entertainment provided by Welfare (a

Separation Centers during Christmas 'were bright spots.
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:. WANTS TO HE ALONE: -
Seated at the front of Ship's Service The Chattanooga chop-c hol), Atchison -

and /finding himself all alone, at Topeka and! Santa Fe, and all

a spot where normally many others other trains were packed tighter

throng, is Dennis Vieira, Sic, than sardine cans, andS Ja<
of New Bedfordla88.. This photo
personnel l crowded the ticket windows
was taken soon after the noon
hour on a .day hetween Christmas\ in Jacksonville getting transportation *
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Office ot Public Editorial Information omcee Room 221 c>cvieus fInmStatDI'L
Administration Annex, Bide. 954 l fr '
Telephone Extension 8S421U / GlVGO ti'SAI
C.mdr. James F. Kelly USNR, Editor L
The JAX A1K NEWS:: It published weekly at the U. S. -
Naval Air' Station. Jacksonville Florida by the Office of -
Public Information at no expense to the government and In T MARTIN OF 1'OUHS:116397)(: "
compliance with Secnav Circular Letter 4a-5:16h8: :! May 1945.Copies .
are distributed tree of charge Naval Air
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, the St. Martin was born in Hungary, and
Headquarters of the Naval Air' Operation Training Commend soldier.. While still a catechumen ,'
to Gaul as a ,
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cove Springs ., came
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Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil F r3.nt Naval Air instruc-
Gunners School, the U. S. Naval Hospital the Naval Aux.illary (one who is under religious
Air Station Municipal No I, and the Naval Auxiliary bitter ;
Baptism) on a
Air Station May port- tion prior to receiving ,

Captain Anthony R Brady, USN Commanding .",. cold day, near Amiens, he gave half of his i
Jacksonville Naval Air' Station cloak to a poor man who asked an alms in'the '
Captain Ford N. Tayl.y'. USN. Commanding!
Jesus
Naval Air Technical Training' Center name of Christ. On the following night
to him clothed in the half of the
'/94,6" appeared
to Captain Clarence J. Blown MO) USN, CommandingU. ,
S. Naval Hospital I cloak and said to him: "Martin: a simplecateci1Umen

Captain Maurice M. DeWolf. USNR, Commanding covered me with this garment."
,' Naval personnel Separation Center II IIt Baptized at the age of eighteen, he later
Colonel Martin J. :Kelleher, USMC (Ret.) Commanding
t Marine Barracks t became Bishop of Tours, and as such, de-
-- .. --: voted himself to the glory of God and the
Commander Edward E. Dolecek USN, Commanding I
Naval Air Gunners School saving of souls.

Commander Howard E. Born USN Commanding Few saints have .been so popular. Patron I
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field \t Saint of France, it is of note that the Armi- W.

Commitmlvr<< John B. Htihn USNR, Commanding tIt'll stice of \\'orld'ar One ((1918)) was signedin
Naval Auxiliary Air' Station MapullC \
-- that country on his feastday, November
1I1't. Marvin L. MM U MCR. alone about parish
Marine Aviation Detachment 11. In France 4,000
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churches are dedicated to St. Martin, and 485
The JAX AIR NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Service
and Ship's Editorial Association material Republication market towns and villages still bear his ,
of credited matter prohibited without pel mission of CNS
War Department. 205 E. 2nd St.. N.Y.C.. or SEA Wasn- '
Ington 25, D. C. Republication; ot any other matter, \ name.Those youths who have found their ambitions
except by service publications Is prohibited;! without 'rIl: t
permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. I thwarted by the war will find solacein
this Saint. He too had his own boyhood

aspirations but at fifteen was compelled by
I Letters to the EditorDear I be a quieter trip on the good ship' 1916. the laws of the country to take a militaryoath

and was entered in the cavalry. And

Editor: World PeaceThe this item is significant: all the time he remained -
Last week's issue of the JAY AIR NEWS Concerning in the army-a period of five years-
contained letter written by civilian em- he kept himself free from those vices which
a a meeting in Moscow of foreign ministers of United
about the of the WAVES Store too frequently sully and degrade that profession -
ploye use States, Great Britain, and Russia to discuss peace blue-prints
and her inability to make purchases there is of course necessary. The theory and the plan must always I ; and by his decency, goodness and
except during certain hours of the day. ( precede the execution and the finished product. First the I charity, gained the respect and esteem of all
his fellow-soldiers. lie comforted all those
For the information of that civilian
we
architect dreams up the building or bridge, then the thou-
would like to state that it is through the sands of men go to work on it I who suffered affliction, and relieved the dis-
generosity and courtesy of the WAVES that I tressed, reserving to himself out of his pay
she and others like her are able to use the But the building of peace is no more possible by blue- only what was sufficient for his daily sup-
prints alone than it was twenty-five It's still not I
years ago.
store at all. A poll of opinion of the WAVES port.
possible to trust to the brotherhood of to out the
was taken at the time the store opened with I' man carry This Saint lived 8.E'ar, and yet as we
theory of peace-not long is individualistic and
so
as man
regard to finding out if the girls were will- look back now, it doesn't seem so very long.
nations collections of individuals.
ing to let civilians make use of it. They, naturally I are Life will be over all too quickly. Therefore,
said it was OK with them. So what The danger to humanity lies not in the fact that there \ how important it is that every man in the
happens? are too many atom bombs or too many guns ; it lies in the j I service keep himself pure decent, and above

It got.to the point a short time ago that fact that humanity itself is too weak to control the atom reproach. For like :Martin, each one of us
the WAVES were unable to get inside the bombs and guns. Santayana, in his "Realms of Being," ex- { must go before the Judge\ jn Heaven to givean
door particularly during their noon hour or plains it by saying that man's technological development has account of our stewardship. And this sol-

after 1630-the only time the majority of us out-run his psychic development. Putting it in another way, 1 Bier gives us the clue to a good life in having

I have to shop. Changes were made and now I. man is capable of inventing the airplane,.but he isn't capableof used l of his salary only as much as was nec-
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the shopping hours of civilians are ]Ijmited. using it properly. essary for his daily needs. Why must some

But still they complain. I Facing this fact of man's own weakness will be a great spend everything on themselves for pleasureand
We wonder if anyone has ever stoppedto step toward realistic peace insurance. :Man requires force to self-indulgence? Perhaps those at home
think of this side of the question? 99r/c i keep him in line: any organization of men require* force to could use what you do not need. Perhaps you

of the WAVES are earning less money than I keep in in line. could help the poor. "As you sow so shall you

any civilian woman on this base, therefore I Emery (:eves, in his book "The Anatomy of Peace," now reap."
what they do earn has got to stretch farther I being serialized in The Reader's Digest, brings the point -yt-
when it comes to making purchases of cos- home to us.Let's '

metics, clothing, gifts and what have .you. 'I continue with the careful planning in Moscow and The Book Shelf I
We feel that civilian working'
any woman
elsewhere, but let's'face the facts and indulge in no delaying
this base is certainly earning enough
on mon:' action by national and the devout thatman's I '
that she can make her purchases in the inspired, rivalry hope The literary achievements of the momen
other ey ship's services on the base or in the I own sense of fair play will eventually establish a peace tous and history-making year, 1915: merit

stores downtown and pay the pi-ices they ask I structure. Let's forget the pious wishes, and establish a review. Victory over Japan was achieved, Joa
than to cheat us of the few things we are strong international organization with its own police force. certain extent, by use of the atomic bomb

able to buy at lower prices. The $51 i or $66a -*V- which brought civilization to the brink of a.

month of a seaman second or first won't Ha Ha Mr. Hillman new era, the Atomic Age. %
stretch very far in Jacksonville. Few authors have yet chosen the Atomic

_- We feel that we've every right to blast A couple of months ago we wrote an optimistic editorial Age for subject material. Henry DeWolfe

such small thinking on the part of some- for this page in which we took the happy view of this country's -I Smyth has presented the scientific aspects of
! not all-civilians. the subject in Atomic Energy for :Military
economic futuref We supported the stand of Ira Mosher,
Three WAVES. Purposes.Iodern: Man Is Obsolete by Nor
president of the National Association of :Manufacturers'andrejected
man Cousins discusses the effect of the
: exploded -
the feeble predictions of such sages as Drew Pear-
Dear Editor: son, Sidney Hillman, and others who told us that the country atom on humanity.The .
; We have just read with great interest the would have terrific unemployment and critical conditions field of fiction for the year includes:
L t. article in Dec. 21st issue of YANK what basic -I during the first two months after the Japs quit. The Black Rose l by T. B. Costain. 't'hereVaa

suggestions they recommend the enlistedmen I \Ve stated that we didn't think unemployment would'ex- A Lady by Sarah Litsey, Milton's So Well

have for the improvement of'a peace ceed 1,500,000 during the reconversion transition period. Remembered. Sinclair Lewis' Cass Timber-
., time Army. It mostly concerned the differences Mr. Hillman, on the other hand, looked up from his 'La- lane A Lion Is in the Streets by Adria Lang-
between enlisted men and officers, I dies' Garment Union long enough to predict that unemployment ley, The World, the Flesh and Father Smith
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which are too numerous to mention, we re- would reach ten million within the first six toeight Marshall, and J. R. Ullman's The While
gret. weeks after the Jap surrender. His colleagues were just as Tower. The Fountainhead by Ayn land: 'written -,

" I"" From our viewpoint the Navy seems to" gloomy. in 1912 l has achieved its greatest popularity -

be in the same status. When overseas we saw For our stand, we were roundly trounced in print by various this year. Straying from the American -
signs off-limits to enlisted men. Overseas letters to the editor, a couple of which were printed scent, we find two ;novels of China, LauShaw's ..

;; the officers bar is usually supplied with liquor in an adjoining column. Rickshaw Boy and The Small (General III V J
and beer; how many enlisted I men ever Well, unemployment so far during the live months fol- by Robert Standish, also onq of Mexico, 'ritePem'ok '

,, got that privilege? At shows, etc., the best lowing the war's end has stayed well below two million, and Sheds His Tail by .Alice Hob rt. '
seats are reserved for officers! ; couldn't they; there is little in the immediate future to indicate that the Konstantine Simonov presents the nu ,ian'
come early like enlisted men? Regardless: of figure will even approximate the totals suggested:::: by the people in the war novel Days and Nights.'

their ability they get promoted after' a certain ;- gloomy oracles. Excellent biographies are: Knrico Carusoby '
:/ length of time, why not give them examinations Just to add to the list of Christmas surprises, a survey Dorothy Caruso anti Adam's anecdotal i
I like EM: have? Why aren't of- by the Harvard economist, Sumner H. Sclichter, reveals that work Alexander Woollcott.( The life of San '
ficers' cars inspected at the main gate? They 1. Conversion is going ahead at a faster rate than had been tayana appears in Persons! and Places. For

still go in and out of the gate in flight expected ; 2. consumer buying has continued at high level ; everyday reading, Cherokee Strip by Marquis t
clothes; we regret to say what would happenif 3. there has been small drop in income payments as the re James, Up Front by Mauldin and Ernie '+

an, enlisted) man-tried that. conversion proceeds; goods are still scarce, and demands Pyre's Brave Me1Lhead the' list t, I'' ,1
SEVERAL DISCHARGEES. are still great; 5. a labor shortage::: continues to exist in many The year's1'outstanding'' book.4 t : n8 'listed !

Editor's Note: Watch that bl M>d-pres- fields ; 6. there is a strong upward pressure on wages!: ; 7, above may be- found in the StUtion Library i

sure, felloes I unemployment continues to be small. Hainside1.r !

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: REPORTER

WELFARE



Ily Lola A. Letter, Y2c

QUESTION : What New PRESENTSMAINSIDE

Year's Resolutions have I.
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you made Do you expect

to keep them

RALPH CRUNKE, AMM2c, Milwaukee MOVIES
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Wis. k
"I've resolved not to go to Car- TIIUKSUAY

renter's Hall on Wednesday nights "MAISIE GOES TO RENO," starring Ann Sothern plus snort
any more. No more women-especially -' "Crime Does Not Pay." 1300 only, Basketball game at :2UOOFKIDAY .
I rebel girls as they cost too'

much to take out. Oh, yes, no more "DALTONS RIDE AGAIN" with Alan Curtis. Musical short, "tin.
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drinking. Pan Alley Tempj 1700 only.

USO Camp Show at 2004.SATURDAY( .
VINCENT VITALE, ARM 2c,: A SUM)AY

Franklin Lakes., N. J. s "DOLL FACE." starring Carmen Miranda 'and Perry Como. (!Sat-:
"I've resolved not to buy any I yrday at 1300-1700-1930)); (Sunday at 1130-MMO-19.M\ \ ).
more $3.00 stf'alts-and to do the Due to Holiday mail delivery, the remainder\ of the movie
best I can to enjoy life as long as schedule is not available.
I'm in the "
Navy
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a STUDENT OFFICERS
ANITA :T
BERGA. Ylc. Tallahassee.

"I Fla.resolve to TIIUK&UVY &: FRIDAY
get out of the Navy
in 1916 and, brother, I Intend: to "A WALK IN THE SUN," starring Dana Andrews. law.\ Also
keep that resolution! : i. News.
ATUKD\Y: ><> fellOW

ROBERT SETZKR S2c, BooM SUM*AY
N. C."I've. "DALTONS RIDE AGAIN," with Alan Curtis, plus short sub-

been too busy getting a ject. 1930.
discharge! to think about New I MONDAY &: TUESDAY
Year's resolutions I do intend to y n "DOLL FACE," starring Carmen Miranda and Perry Como mo.;

do all I can to enter a trade school "EXTRA':" 'TATRAr KKUIN: KUOULl'll. former t
now that I'm almost a civilian" I world's champion pocket billiard player will make him, BIpt"I I

-- I L aiire in a billiard exhibition at the \Ialn..lde Auditorium, Jan
TOM W. DOBSON, Sic, Jacksonville -.., 7lli (Monday) at 1100.! -
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:"I'm looking for a blonde wife BOB & HELEN RANOUS will be seen in their hand balancingand OTHER EVENTS
and I intend; to keep that resolu- adagio act when the "Carnival of Sports" U presented by the

tion until 1 find one" USO-Camp Shows in the Malnsido auditorium this Friday night. S\\'Il\I\IINGIndoor! swimming pool, recreational swimming 1200-

I Only five feet three inches in height, yet possessed of incredible 1300 and 1800-2100 week days. Saturday 1200-2100, and Sunday 1200-
YALE SHAPIRO, Sic. New York.N. strength. Bob is frequently called the "Mighty Mouse." Helen was a 2100.
Y. >. I dancer touring vaudeville before she teamed with Bob.

"I hi\en't made any resolutions 1, -- MUSlCMusicians interested in playing in the Welfare Dance
that I tl'tn't expect to break, and I nand call Ext 498. Saxophone, trumpet, trombone, base piano, guitar..
will probably end up breaking all < Instruments furnished.BOULINGSix .

q them, .so why maKe them?" s alleys located in Mainside Recreation Building

No. 3. Alleys are open from 1000 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and
MARY STROZZA, Y2c. Savannah. \ I 1200 to 2100 on Sunday. Instruction available by appointment.
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'I've got two resolutions Onet !--- GOLFCourse open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturdayand
> get out of the Navy as soon as SALTY HUMOR FROM 0800 to :2030 on Sunday. Golf clubs and balls are available at Uolt
possible: two to get married as House. Free instruction to Naval personnel by appointment, call ex
soon! a* possible I don't intend to HERE AND THERE tension 815;. Bathing trunks prohibited on golf course.

break either one of them" 'ANCHOR.\GEOpen daily to enlisted
/ / personnel (with Liberty
There's AUvays TomorrowThe 1 Cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason
MELVAL L. Brown. TM3c: Fitz-.I I Field.
theatre was crowded and a
geraM, Ga,
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"I'v learned what it means to devoted couple had to take separ- TEN MS.._Racquets and balls are available the Physical TrainIng -
: ate seats The pretty wife didn't By Lois A. 1A"li4"r, Y3c Building No. 726\ and equipment rooms at .
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be alive and one of the things I amgoin Building > 3 and on
t ; to do is take In the U. S. I like the arrangement and tried to HAPPY NEW YEAR""" : : the :Mat Area (corner of Mustin and Yorktown Roads).

The best way I can think of to say remedy matters. Maybe her neigh- I want to wish all of you the RECEPTION; CEIsTKR-The Reception
Center located In south
bor, a veteran cnlef, might be
it tj do everything a little bet- best of everything in the '
coming wing of building N)3., is open to N.A.S.: personnel and their guests
tf than I ever did before." willing to exchange seats with her twelve months. Now that the war 'I| from 1000 to 2200 daily.
escort. I is over, we can really start to plan
I CASPAR MILQUETOAST AS. She whispered: "Pardon me are again our discharges, civilian I BOATING AND SYlLINGCall extension 623, Yard Craft Build-

Soar il ;tiff, S. C.'I you alone?" jobs, a married life that was Inter- cer, for information.

Oh. dear. I've never really feltIt The prudent CPO gave no sign I rupted, school whatever your i U1KVKY_Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Build-
was necessary: that I make any : of having heard, so she asked the plans for the future may be, the Ing No. 3. Open\ from 0800 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and from
'I resolutions I don't drink, smoke, I question in a louder tone. Turn- best of luck to you. 1200 to 2100 on Sunday.VOLLEYBALL .

dunce date women, go to shows, {ing slightly toward her, but keep- The first week of the holiday
'. stay nut late. About the only thing ing his eyes on the screen, he season was filled with plenty of ac- B.11)IIINTON/.1'OGCII rOOlBALLOthcer personnel -
j tint: I could resolve Is to get a new' whispered: "Cut It out, sister, my I tivity for those of us aboard over, previously scheduled tor sports in the Auditorium are requested 4
halo this one Is a little tight." whole family is here tonight. Xmas, but we made up for being to meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized activities.ATHi.LKlIC .

i I I duty-bound on our New Year's : GEAKAvailable in gear issue room, Building 3,"
The visitor paid his greens fee, Customer: Do you have any notions leave Many of the gals returned I I lower deck. ,
fixed a match and went out to I I this floor? .. ..
,,) up on from their Xmas. leaves at home. ----- ------ ---- -- -
the first tee. Taking his stance, ha Floorwalker: Yes, madam, but with- boxes of goodies which we I 1-- of the chapels is evidence -
maia, wild awing and missed we suppress them during working readily accepted. If we weren't that she's very adept at art. hacUllly/ Gearasify
completely. hours. fortunate enough to have enough't I Another member of the Welfare

By Jove! he Mid to his opponent 't time to go home over New Year's Department to hit the road to civilian /: Curried
"It'a a good thing I found She: I heW your father-in-law we made good use of our time by I I life was Skip :Moore. Skip I '
jt .Jirly in the game that this has cut you out of his will. visiting old friends or seeing some was an outstanding athlete for the In packing for your trip to
!\ourse is at least two inches lower HI"):..:tlIJJC. "\_:cht.T:.."...""h.I I -- .' A t "'", two years she was aboard the station I the separation 4enter I lxt our
".'rt the one I usually play on." &lU nand toe-less sandals, mule:5- and Comedy wm 'Dent:"' "' She starred in basketball last I to take no more gear than
>' ,'"**r S ballet slippers until 30 Oct. 11 dexterity and action featur I I year and will be missed on the I you can easily carry. Includethe

j m SNAPPY NEW YEARh Canned Goods: Started 1 945.Mar.. top-notch talent in this team this year. After trying for :: uniform you will wear home
__.:'tation entert
,...-. 1913_ enaea 10 Aug.. .AU'hl./( This merger of footlight : I two years to enter the PT De- '' r after discharge Eaceys' baggage:
}o1: would have put many mar;riages and stadium spectacle., partment, she finally made it three should bf shipped home before!
,crewsentals ,
weeks before her I leave
station.
on the rocks, but fortunately most discharge. you your duty
living home with A group of boys rangin Too bad more people couldn't The Government will pity for
brides were and husbands were from eight to twelve yea have seen Phyllis Poole when Welfare j shipment U|) to 130( pounds. .
\ of Wei- Mother young discussing the advantagesIng moved to its new home in __ _
halls.
Jes Cexjig eating at chow whe
; Meats and Fats The finalof ]I blow a third eye and Bldg 716. Her uniform was out of Sad Isn't It?
J.;', with ration boards, this be ran 29 would like to have it. One this world. Being all of five feet A sailor back from two years
the
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T't f tL 1.ti .. ilnment; 1943 and continued u itll 24 the back of his head so tall, red haired to boot, clad in a'' overseas was in a tavern down-
; and all Mar. see all behind as well as sweat-shirt an over-sized pair of town the other
," Nov. 1945, giving civilians I plentythink said night, sitting by
." 're.ind of time to tell you, "When I Another little fellow dungarees, her red hair flying, she himself, when the inevitable civil .
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; mess to have
of th3 marvelous steaks andyou're roasts citedly: "I want presented quite a picture. While ian approached him. After the \
helpedan out- getting I almost fe l like end of my thumb. Then the little admiral Issued orders\ the usual preliminaries, the civilian ,
Jo going down and enlisting m; seli." put It through the kno Craft Shop got moved -bag and asked the veteran how he liked I
---- a.e fence and see all A baggage. You've got to give her' being at home "Well," said the ,
-
Sti1' -I IJ -eamesl". creditthat little gal really. -gets vet "it's all right, but all my .1
Year Of done. buddies are and there's )
gay Be JAX AIR NEWS: things gone no ;
the
to one to out with but GIRLS!"
go
"It's about time they It seems as though Miss Hill believes -

ti1' : The uniform looks like .i in the theory that "the early ,
ashion Change Brown outfit you wear wh bird captures the worm" because SALTSHAKER
old."-Sic. all WAVES attached to the ]P.T :'
1 three years I .
leave it tl Department now tumble out of
"They'should
f Navy unl- sailor Iso their bunks in time for an 0900'
this way a I
.. Iishion spot'tnough Bottomed Trousers', Is. It's been '
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k said. why change now?"-S muster No gripes though, honest!
, the "Whites are too hard Lt :M N. Hand was visiting with
would be
t tvoring pres- A Jumper type shirt : clean, and blues are too I the P.T, Department the other day
'icd since the used instead of the present skin not enough po and had with him a box of delicious '
there are '"
d tight Jumper. Another bluejacket ARM3C. I candy. When he was out of ,
::. started all sailors like snug would be be the room somehow or other all the i
T out that "Anything
h
13 new uni- {:points I choice from the bottom -
/ a and put zippers in themto these gunny sacks we'vnow pieces layer I II
idered( those Jumpers "ARMlc. I vanished Into thin air. :Mr. Hand
possible.
as .
make them as tight I -
;'ire about as i OK the returned, made his adieus and left' ''
"The juniform's
would al-
Officers who The black neckerchief the behind for the
AMM3C."I I -leaving candy :
now.. ,
,men. But scow so go, under the proposed changes change It or els< gals. What's that saying about :
say I II
the present .
being ex- and not many defend to complete the "he who laughs first?" F ...\
enlisted men. Tradition lollipops I
'Ms presently Navy tie for .
;'out of every has it that the British are re- roy The effect.Y3c.of Navy said this we I S2c: "Gosh,. you mean you've
black '
sponsible for the I been out with sailor?
a
never
.. thret months before
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ANN JUIIXKlt: <;lthopes id have ordlin as a sign of mourning' for' LordNelson. I be Swell i Where will }
will I (complete :and recomm ,r meet your ,, ,
four-in-hand :
and If The plain r
1948, old
every mmutfiing the uniform I babe
.' made for a new ,
the scenery afforded by AJcks, and I've take its place. J I ed men l Gali "Meet me at 2100 on the I
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The Ache And Groan ClassesThe After Idle


A LOOK AHEAD INTO 1946 SPORTSBy majority of personnel seem -
: .to think that all duties in the Physical 1---- I For HolidaysTonight
JIM ANDERSONThe
Training Department are of:
sports page of the JAX AIR NEWS received a stunning the muscle -bending type They NAS Coach Flier quintet Sterling will Gees.man's tan-*

one-two this week. The page really reeled, but came up can only picture an athletic instructor gle with the University of Florida

from the floor and.is still here wobbling. before a group shouting,, Gators on the Auditorium floor to
"hep, two; up, down; up, down;
Ralph Warner, SpX)3c( ) top-flight sports gatherer who keep-it up; hep, down," and they usher in the 1916 hoop year. The

has so ably handled this page for many months, is leaving forget the organization behind the game will start at 2000.

the Navy to resume his newspaper work amid the Gulf barrel-chested, hairy whipsapper Inactive since drubbing Camp
; Blandmg two weeks ago, the Filers
on the platform drilling them
. breezes at Bradenton. Paul Crosby SpX)3c his athletically-
But it isn't as they think, not' resume hostilities against one
minded assistant, will soon be a civilian in New York City. quite. of the leading college lives in this

"Effective immediately," says the Public Information One such man in PT whose duties sector .

officer, to this writer! "you'll handle sports." So with apolo- fail to reach the eye of per The Gators proved their strengthby
sonnel aboard is Lt- Carl C. West, soundly trouncing Welch Hospital -
Kahn and Ed Walsh pre-eminent typewriter
to
gies Benny taking up where Lt Epler left off recently, defeating the Arm;,
pushers who have formerly used this plot of type kip vn as upon being discharged. I boys by a wider margin than the

"The Runway," we have resurrected this column as a space Lt. West was originally assigned NAS outfit's triumph over the

as Division and Watch Officerof same club.Providing.

filler.May Allah have mercy on us 1 the PT outfit. Since coming to the holidays have not
this station from St. Mary's PreFlight -
x taken too great a hold on Coach
where he was Military Of- Y Geesman's hoopsters an interesting -
As an amateur of the first rank, apologies are made to no one for ficer, West has inherited a list of tussle is on tap. The same goes

the following prognostications for 1946: assignments which reads some for the lads from Gainesville.The .
Joe Louis will decision Billy Conn in their title scrap,
BOXING- thing like a Who's Who. Fliers'starting five will tend
which should be the greatest money fight ever seen in the four-square His connection with the Altoona Center Ward Sheffe to the tap po-

t'l'' ring. Later this year Louis will retire as an unbeaten heavyweight school system In Pa. gave him sition, Harry Platt and Ned Staitzat

I, champ.' qualifications to accept Kpler's du :: < the guard posts, and Bill De-
BASEBALL The New Yorl ties. Lt. West is department Edu- < ; : \ Mars and Joe Trosper at the for-

Yankees will return to the fore ir MFATU Is cational Officer and Testing Officer wards. In reserve Geesman will

the diamond world, mainly because for PT men and Student Offi LT. CARL C. WEST have Vince Gorguze, Ken Moyer,
Joe DiMaggio: will be back. Joe is cers. In ,addition, he is PT Trans- Red Gene
O'Quinn, Tommy Bishop,
a team within himself, and aided Among portation Officer and the respon- Byrd, and Len Serfustini.
and abetted by the stickwork of Tops sibilities of varsity team travel Gehringer May
the Fliers' attack in the
Keller and Gordon of the Yanks rests in his hands. And, as His- Leading
should again b e unstoppable Intra -Station torical Officer for the station, Lt. Newark first five contests Little Joe Tros-
r I They'll meet the Cards next October West can furnish all the answers Manage per has piled up a total of 81

for the world's championship, Director Lt. (jg) Art Guepe of pertaining to recent activities on The New York Yanjtees have recently markers for an average of 16.2 per
For the Gators will bout
sure,
Don't ask who'll win the series, for the base. In conjunction with the game.
we're a Redleg fan. the intra-station sports program library records all data concerningthe been given permission by to throttle Joe's scoring surge
committee last week released the
FOOTBALL-This sport will history of the air station is the Detroit Tigers to negotiatewith as quickly as they can. No team
continue to be the most popular final tabulations of the EM compe- filed the head. has been able to, yet.
: ition for the past and an- by newly appointed Charley Gehringer, formerly
of all the school set, and year But, if Trosper is blanketed, the
P among nounced that the coveted Commandant's These duties of West's extend into Lt Comdr Gehringer and O-in-C
college teams will regain their the Welfare side of the organization deadly set-shot artist, Bill DeMars
Trophy was won by MFATU. of baseball in the NAS Jax physical -
peak because of veterans using however, on this station will still be on the prowl. DeMarsis
The )[arines-plled a totalof
government; funds to foster their 44 points to succeed A&R up as the Welfare is part of the Physical training department, for a averaging a neat 11.2 points per
education in higher schools of with his looping .
number one unit in station ath- Training Department's work. post with their chain. game specialty.And
learning. Coming close to home, letics. The next time your muscles be- It is believed that the New York Sheffe, Staitz, and Platt
the University of Florida will come deadened with aches don't aren't slouches under the net, either -
begin to bud into a potent team VPB placed second with 36 mar- place the blame on the instructor, : club seek Gehringer to manage the It was Sheffe who tallied 21
among Southeastern circles. kers, and third place went to last entirely. Remember the fellow who Newark Baers AAA club of the points in the season's opener

KENTUCKY DERBYAnotheralltime year's top unit, A&R made up the scheduled class of PT. International League and farm against the Maritime Academy

record will be set at Twenty-two units were repre- team of the Yanks. five. Staitz is the go-getter on the

Churchill Downs this year as bet sented throughout the 1945 yearin Gehringer, released from the club and a top-flight floor man.

tors pour out as much cash as three intra-station sports, softball Tag Ball Team Personnel Separation Center on Platt, Incidentally, will be facinghis
there Is water running over Boulder basketball and touch football. this station 4 November, is resid- Alma Mater tonight. A few

; Dam. If we must take a two Director Guepe's final tally shows. Downs MayportNAS ing in Detroit, where he is in the years ago the Jacksonville athlete
dollar ticket right now, make it on fiNAL STANDINGS manufacturing business. Previously was tossing them in for the Ga
t f 6 Lord Boswell. Commandant', Trop),, touch football Fliers the former second baseman of tors in his college days
SPEEDWAY lit Ten Soft Touch BsktBo- stated he would not
INDIANAPOLIS downed the Tigers return J .
the. teamin
Team ball Football ball nose PU Mayport tag
The gas buggies will be running MFATU 20 7 12 f 44 their last appearance, 6-0, to baseball, but a fancy offer
?!' again this year on Memorial Day VPB 12 2 16 6 at on a 30-yard pass from Playing- by the Yankees might change his Major Teams Get
V In the nation's great speed classic, A&R & 20 2 } IS mind.
Coach Charley Timmons to End
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pow Guard. 2 11 It
and as contenders for the first Boathouse 2 4 20 2t Warren Giese, who scampered an The managership of the Newark Men From ServicePlayers
time will be some jet-propelled AllS 10 2 & 1 21 additional 35 yards for the game's Bears was made vacant by the
jallopies. Because the drivers are 04(1 Mar. Bc... II( 7 3 1 II 17 only score. transfer of Billie Myer to the Kansas released from service

more familiar with them, the four- VM 2 12 2 ItT As the old year ended the Fliers City MonarKs of the American and expected to be available to
wheel drive jobs will be front run- -' 2 U 12 were in second place in the Northern Association, also a AAA club and their clubs next season include:

Supply with seven points placed Sector of the NAATC Touch I farm team of the Yankees. Pitcher Edgar Smith and in-
ners.GOLFYep, it's not Lord Byron eleventh and was closely followedby Football League. Cecil Field and Meyer is known to baseball fans fielder Dario Lodigiani by Army,

t.I any more, but King Nelson. Dispensary and Main Galley, Lake City tied for first. I' as one of the greatest AAA mana- White Sox. -

TilE FLIERS The NAS gathering six and five, respectively. NATTC TOUCH FOOTBALL STANDINGS gers in the country, and to fill his Pitcher Fred Hutchinson by
r. learns will naturally be crippled The remaining units participating Northern Sector job requires outstanding leadership Navy, and outfielders Anse Moore:

t somewhat as big-name playersare but Salvage, Commissary, Public Team Cecil FIeld G 6 W 4'4! L>i Pet.900 'I' and it is felt that Gehringer. and Walter (Hoot). Everf, by
released from service, Works, Ship's Service, Personnel, Lake City S 41,(a .800 who led the Fliers to the best rec- Army, Tigers.
our basketball team Is now goodr Chief's Club, Docks and Ferries NAS Jax 4 2 2 .500 I ord in the history of NAS, has the Pitcher Ellis Kinder by Army
enough to suit us and the baseball Aircrewmen, and Communications, St. SlmoBi 4 1 $ .250 want. Browns.
ability they
Mayport a 0 a .000
nine will be no pushover. Asto all gathered two points during the
Outfielder Kiner
r. Ralph by Navy ,
football, next year, the glittering that- year. I MRS. ARWa ,5.1P6V-7.%_. I Air Force, Pirates.
array of ,,"'idders 'Bonus points were awarded to' Ii1lman t -- Outfielder Richard Sisler, :..
..
"d rr t !
I'' churned the sod In the Jax Municipal those units represented on the: I 1- Few authors hi Navy, Cardinals. "
I- stadium will be something Age for subject n Pitcher t
NAS varsity teams. Ted Lyons, by 'Marines.:
but we'dguess inths we wrote an optimistic
of the past, ago editorial White
this station will have Last week the :Marine Officers ich took the I Smyth has presentsthe SoxArmy.
r that we happy view of this counrerW'e I .
awarded the Admiral's Cup I in
were At
: team and some !games will be subject
.; a
1l't supported the stand of Ira :Mosher:
t in lieu of their outstanding achievements ,
Field. Purposes.odern: [ i i
,i',; ,);, played on Mason I in athletics for the past,'itional Association of :Manufacturers'and: [ I man Cousins! discus Net Team

Down The Stretch: Those guys year. predictions of such sages as Drew Pear-
in the Pacific: This week the Marine EM came! ploded atom on hun To Play Here
: "I stranded at points l, and others who told us that the countryc
\ will welcome the exhibition baseball up with 44 points to cop the Com I The field of ticti
; and critical conditions Next
for them and added unemployment I Tuesday at the MamstOeLourts :
to be played mandant's Trophy glory '
games The Black Hose
(C, months after the by the NAS tennis team plays
15 major league players being for their unit. I i Japs quit.
by A Lady by SarahHemembertd. Dost[: to the Welch Army Convales-
f'
USO-Camp didn't think
sent out there by The Leathernecks, coached by t we unemploymentvould'ex-
cent Hospital netsters with the
,
the roster are Sine!
Shows. Among Lt. Welcome Shearer, athletic officer the reconversion transition period. latches
fig getting under a 1400.
Whitey Kurowski and Bill VolseJle. Marine unit lane, A Lion Is in 11 t way
for the coppedthe 1 The
n the other hand, looked up from his LaIn matches scheduled for mid-
Coast League,
The Pacific intra-station softball cham- ley The World ,the Kscember
,
bid for major league long enough to predict that unemployten were postponed and nextrek's
which lost its pionship last summer to start them
by Marshall, and J.. tussles will be the first thisIIPson
recognition, will keep up the fight off right with twenty points for million within the first six: to_eight between
for major status, and president their crowning efforts. They racked i> sunender. His colleagues were just as' Tower. The Kountai meet in the teams. They
back i2l a return pet at Day-
"We will be
Rowland says up seven markers for their ten in 1912 1 has ac 11 the
on 14th.
and it will not be with hat in hand fifth-place tie in touch football laxity this year Si:1-aTentatiYe; dates have been set I
but with a stralght-from-the- and only recently took third placein we were roundly trounced in print by va-
demand that we be given can seen, we find 1 1Shaw's \\tttng January for matches with ..
shoulder editor of whichvere
n .' basketball to add another dozen i a couple printedmn. Field l
that ,vpcwell and Miami :Ma \
Kickshaw
IJby
the right to offer our people toward their total Varsity cam- [) f Frank
to which they are so Justly entitled accounted for addi- Robert Standish .1 Floyd announce /
an ,
baseball Big- paigners ment so fatduring the live months fold !.\ -- S t
-major league tional ,five to run the Marine', Peacock Sheds His''rai All Silt, TilE BATTEIUlSrT
nest swap in the majors so far count to 44 markers has stayed well below two million, ande
; SEATTLE, Wash.-If Fai
slugging outfielder Konstantine Simon, the
Cleveland's ov'
jI. sends immediate future to indicate that the
and his have b Coast
Coach Shearer men
League is
to Washington granted ma- &
-- '1:Q In return, Jeff for Heath speedster, George displayed. brilliant competitve spirit proximate the totals suggested by the people in the war n OVCI r| recognition, Seattle fans are

Case. and noble determination Excellent biogra})))IIP] of one thing. Baseball here
L throughout the past year and the ,j never boast one record eetab-
;(the list of Christmas surpluses, a survey by Dorothy Caiusc I 'ed
Training Department, several
Physical back
HIGH CHICAGO TAX,DELAYS 111.-Trading TRADING at the through its Skipper, Commander, nomist, Sumner II. Sclichter, reveals that work Alexander W oi'tireatening' years weather and inter-

meeting of major league club owners :McGuirk, offers congratulationsand Jng ahead} at a faster rate than had been tayana appeals ineveryday ]('e' i!sent showers kept the "crowd"

here last month was held down continued luck for the 1946;per buying has continued at high level ; leading, ('he118' paid admission, whereupon

I'' by the fact that tax law changesdue campaign. :mall drop in income payments as the 1 es quis James, Up I'rr Int. i' sed plate the umpire stands turned and ad-a .
make 1946 a :
better this time month to sell will players. Owners NAS Waves split a pair of court ; 1. goods are still scarce, and demands Pyle's! Brave Men, ,h('no )ear sir, the batteries. for t-

with surplus players were reportedto contests with the Camp,Blanding,labor shortage continues to exist in mnnv The 'ear's ''out!!tftnf game are .'. ".. "

be refusing to consider cash offers cage sextet.last week, the All-Poet''a strong upward pressure i>n wages; 7.. above may be f unllainside. d 1 in ,
for talent until after the first girls winning,the Initial affair, 35-j inues to be small. >l Webb, cO-OWJ1e'of the Yanaheads ,

()f.the.year when the excess- profits 15, and Coach ,Verla Hill's.NA a company noW maim-
In the return engagement ) sting a new,aluminum clothesr
tax no longer will make It costly team topping I

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j Details are being: worked out fora NAGASAKI abated; from an atomic energy
41F joint Army-Navy test of the effectiveness I source in less than five years" .
of* atomic bombs Other scientists are less optimis .1j
against naval vessels. Where and tic. A technical committee concluded -
when the trials will take place, that "there is no immediate
and whether U. S. Allied or captured prospect of running cars with nu-
l ships will be the target, has! clear power or lighting houses i
ti vd not been revealed. with radioactive lamps, although
The story of the atom Is being there is a good probability that nuclear
blatted around these days as many power for special purposes
speculate on whether it will save could be developed within 10 I
or destroy man. Today It Is too yeas s." /
i ..w vast a story for the average American Getting back to what scientists
to compr.nend. believe in the way of preventing
One thing is certain-the atomic *n aotmic catastrophe in the world,
bomb is a terrible weapon for they want to see a domestic atomic
any nation to have and some scientists policy that will be harmonizedwith
foresee the possible destruction an international system of
of humanity unless an international kwakr control and cooperation. They also
system of control and )r want a guarantee of scientific free-
<>, >> < cooperation is developed for atomic dom, and they hope to see atomic
energy. used as a benefit to all peo
Without supervision, most of energy
them expect an atomic armaments But only the future can tell
what the creation of the atom
LANGMUIR I bomb will mean to mankind.OPPEMHEIMEH" .
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Lifting Of Tire Rationing dropped an atom bomb on Nagasaki '
were asked if the weapon
should be placed under international
Leaves Only Sugar On List control, they said, "Hell, I
,
nol"! Smoke billowed 20,000 feet
.
above Nagasaki after the bomb
Lifting of tire rationing on 1 January marked the end fell. 4

of a record run on the list of rationed items ,+ ,,,tly.6 0 ..aNSA
Tires had been rationed since 5 January 1912. The only i race in which anything might hap

item yet remaining on the coupon list is sugar, which has pen. Others To Get Bomb

been rationed since 5 May 1942. I ''iii .o1a ;;sp Within 15 years, and possibly in
-, -. .. I Here is a short history of the two, other nations will have atom

Welfare Officer Battle of the Coupons: bombs of their own, the scientistssay.
And then it would do us no
Automobiles
: Perhaps so people
I good to have more or better ones.
wouldn't run out and buy new Cad J ----- The payoff would be to the country v.
Says Program Is illacs just to get the five tires, DR. IRVING LANGMUIK says that struck first.

these were rationed 26 Feb. 1942. Russia could have atomic bombsin Warn.ng against an a meats gss. '
Result of Went off the list 18 July 1945: two years If she went "all ra.e, Dr. Irving Langmuir, a Nobel IW. J. ROBERT OPPEM1UMEH -
Many out." Prize winner, said that "in one believes production of heator
which would be all right if there
with atomic for
surprise attack, a nation which power energy
The success of the holiday entertainment were any autos to buy. Red has atomic bombs of high power whole communities is one possi-

program at NAS Sax was Typewriters: Began 13 Mar TapeContinued can leave an enemy nation "so bility. .. .
largely responsible by the cooperation 1912, causing a'great demand for I completely incapacitated that no -- -- ------

of many persons working kindergarten teachers to teach executives I from Page One rets' ation can occur." Choral Group To
with the Welfare Department, Lt. appraiser is convinced that the vet- Dr. Langmuir declared that
M. N. Hand, Welfare officer, said how to write with pen and I eran is not being cheated. "World control of all atotmlc energy .
yesterday.Lt. ink. Eased 27 Apr. 1944. 3. Eliminates the requirement seems the only alternative"to Be At ServicesThe

Hand, who himself, was Gasoline: Began in the East 15 that the veteran must"obtain a an armaments race. Dr. Albert first worship services of the
chiefly responsible for the enter May 1942, became nationwide two i "certificate of eligibility" before Einstein is among) the scientists
New Year at the All Saints' chapel
tainment schedule, expressed his months later. Ended with the Japanese .' obtaining a loan. His certificate of who endorse this proposal.
will be held Sunday at 0930 and
appreciation to.the following: Empire 15 Aug. 1945. honorable discharge is now all he Some are emphasizing that the 1045, and the choir will be heardat
Chaplain Paul H. W. Olander, Bicycles: Started 9 July 1912 and needs to begin loan negotiations. United States has lost its traditional the services.
general chairman of the children's! ended 23 Sept. 1944 for the simple I' 4. Extends the time limit for obtaining military security now that Chaplain F. L. Albert has an-

party. reason that there wasn't any bicycles a government after guaranteedloan the war the atom bomb has been invented. nounced his theme as "I Resolve."
Mrs. M. M. Clouky, wrapping of left to ration. from two years The Navy Intends to test just how Choir rehearsals have been call-
toy Fuel Oil: Started on the Atlantic' NAVY to 10 years. C dicactrous: the bombs. would be if ed for tonight and Friday night. .
Lt. (jg) Arline S. Fredsall, NAT- Seaboard 1 Oct 1942 and the next Tag used against the Fleet. a .
TC Ship's Service officer, went to 14 Mar. spread to all other states I Many possibilities are seen in "Running after women never
New York and purchased toys. except a*few Southern ones, where SportsContinued the use to atomic power. A Navyof hjrt anybody-it's the catchingthem
Comdr. D.. G. Baird and all of fuel oil would have no use anyway submarines operating 1,000 feet that does the damage."
Public W -. '*':stmas decora but to rub on for lumbago. Off 15 I from rage One below the surface of the ocean as
tions. 1915. fast is one
Aug. as ships now operate
1941 and 1942 and Decker is rank Professor Borscht was a great
Ens. Redon, 81 t work and decor- screamed louder foreseen by Dr. Alvin M. Win-,
Coffee: People ed third in the nation. hand at exploring and digging ancient
ations, especially the Nativity chief of the theoretical physics
over this than practically any other berg,
Jack Sherry started wrestling in ruins. But when it came to
scene, and general assistance.Lt. I section of the Clinton
E but actually the rationing was Ridge
Alaska with the Indians, and since love he was pretty awkward. One
(Jg) Verla Hill, food and refreshments -
briefest. Began 29 Nov. 1942, last Laboratories in the Oak Ridge. rested his
has appeared throughout the night, however, as he
; at all affairs. Decor .
:. Tenn. atomic bomb
months to 29 July plant.
ed only eight world. head on his beloved's bosom, he
Malnside hall for
< ated mess family
'," dinner, and gave general assist 1913. Bob and Helen Ranous have Will Effect Lining felt impelled to express himself.
ance. Shoes: Began 9 Feb. 1943. Women been teamed together for some The atom does not yet effect "You know, dear, resting here
Lt. Katherine M. Rahl, Waves- eked out their allowance by time and appear in several adagio the personal well being of the man like this gives me the greatest
welfare activity and aided mate wearing clacks, wedgies, heellessand numbers. in the street. But some day our happiness. Only once before han I
toe-less sandals, mules and will be combined with cities will be heated and "
'.. rially in gift wrapping and in general Comedy lighted by felt so relaxed.
ballet until 30 Oct. 1945. and action featured with atomic will
slippers dexterity power, our machinery "
planning.Lt. "When was that? asked the
J. L. Lawson, transportationof Canned Goods: Started 1 Mar. top-notch talent In this unusual be driven by it and our lives will shy malden
orphans and entertainers.Lt. 1913, ended 15 Aug. 1945.: This merger of footlight entertainmentand be made fuller by the employment young "
stadium I c" nuclear force in lIv. "One night in Egypt, said Professor
A. C. Abney, gifts for crews would have put many marriageson spectacle. everyday
Borscht "when I was -
camped
to Dr. J. Robert
party, candy and other incidentalsfor the rocks, but fortunately most ing, according "
children's party. brides were living home with A group of boys ranging in age Oppenheimer, head man at the between two.pyramids., .
Chief Preston G. Thomas of Welfare Mother and young husbands were from eight to twelve years were atomic bomb's research and development
for general work parties: Cecil eating at chow halls. discussing the advantages of have laboratories at Los Almos,
Ernie Reid, S2c, helping with Meats and Fats: The final blow ing a third eye and where they N M. Commercial
decorations and entertainment: of the ration boards, this began 29 would like to have it One said in "It is quite feasible," said Dr.
Phyllis Poole, SpSlc( ) and all Mar. 1943 and continued until 24 the back of his head so he could Oppenheimer, "that a city the size Bulletin
hands assigned to Welfare. Nov. 1945: giving civilians plentyof see all behind as well as in front. of Seattle could. .,be completely
Also, the Air Station Band, mess time to tell you, "When I thinkof Another little fellow said very excitedly I Bullfttin must b. submitted .by 15)5
cooks, and all others who helped th3 marvelous steaks and roasts : "I want to have it on the EINSTEIN Monday Zit: use
make the program such an out you're getting I almost feel like end of my thumb. Then I could --- I FOR BALE
standing success. going down and enlisting myself." put it through the knot-hole in On double bed practically new, muttrtM
t .e fence and see all the ball and springs. $25.. 8005A 120th, Dewey

1946 May Be Year Of games 1 I'[ S Park room Moor.of furniture, dishes, curtain., and
to the JAX AIR NEWS: allverware. Can b. teen at 831CB Gibk

(II "It's about time they changed. 1'# y Arvin St., hot Dewey water Park.car heater. Em. Woolex,
Navy Fashion ChangeBottomed The uniform looks like a Buster I \ Ext. 839.Conway .
Brown outfit you wear when you're nprtiiht piano, Lt R, M. Cork,
three years old.Slc."They"should Ext. 238 or 8635 WANTED
That much discussed Navy uniform leave It the It ( .
way Anything to live In for wife and two children
" U back in the fashion spotlight Trousers'," one sailor is. It's been this way a long time, t' yY by lb. 1, furnished or unfurnltbed. e
again, and oddly enough, the I change now?"-S2c."Whites Chief: Mikut, Ext. 238.
( so why 4" .
said.A ; A double bod. B. Limes, Ext. $808. "
percentage of those favoring present -I jumper type shirt would be are too hard to keep A furnished: h 'a.M or apartment for officer
uniforms has jumped since the used instead of the present skin clean, and blues are too hot. And wife and 22 months old ton, by I
January 2Ut or earlier, within i walkingdmtnnce
first started.
talk there are not enough pockets.-
tight jumper. Another bluejacket of NAS bus Lt. (jg) B. J.ON .
When the Navy first started all ARM3c .il, Ext. 45(.
the talk by disclosing a new uniform that sailors like snug "Anything would be better than One boy'i 20-Inch bicycla. Lt. Comdr X.Dunaford .
was being considered, those jumpers, and put zippers in themto these gunny sacks we've got on ,MISCELLANEOUSFlight Ext. 423.
make them as tight as "
possible.The
voicing disapproval were about as now. -ARMlc. time in ilde-by-ilde Taylor-crsfC
scarce as ,-e are officers who black neckerchief would al "The n1form's OK the way it Is Dual Instruction or solo-time. Writ or
were former enlisted men. But according so go, under the proposed changes, now."-AMMJc."I contact 19.! Education V. R. Montgomery Office, Rm.,: 225.,2CB Box.
to opinions now being ex and not many defend the present say change it or else issue us \ 954. ,
\ pressed, the change la presently Navy tie for enlisted men. Tradition lollipops to complete the Fauntle- )dorr's. topcoat.taken by mistake at Colonial -
has it that the British elted.-Y3c. D restaurant, Christmas I night, containing
favored out of are responsible roy
being )>y'two every L .
4cr hoiiM and car key* Will office*
week
three.. for the blacft neckerchiefas The riavy'sald this it will who minakrny took coat: pleas onta t
The new design would have ordinary a sign of mourning' for'' Lord be I three months before tests are $. o4akrExt 22*. : :
trousers ,replacing the old Nelson. The plain four>Gvnantl. will (complete :and recommendations ALBERT EINSTEIN calls for I FbiLltAb': bed..).bj''' bunVy Vn4:
bell-bottoms.' "Shucks, and I've take. its place. made for a new uniform. for enlisted international' 'eontrol ,of nuclear'energy. Play pen. Call Lt. (ir} JfWk, ,hlA'tTCL :r
just learned the words to 'Bell- Here"art opinions_ At expressed men. Extofiii 18*. : .



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} i INSIDE Procedure Of Inspection

Civilian Employees' News PUBLIC WORKS


Address Communications to Editorial. Offiot. Department Is ExplainedIt
Ity Ethel M. ShanahanWe
Personnel Relations OfflfO, Bldis. 450, Box ItFeleiihon
Extension 4tlTh have a newcomer In Public I
Works J. Iler.chell Le, has been to series of articles ""
Civilian Employees Ne.e, two-page section of the Jus Air N..I. li d... personnel, planned publish a
voted to reporting. the nrwi of the Nllul Air Station Civilian Employs sad I a veteran of neatly three years plaining the manner in which the Inspection Dtpartment.'
,
U sponsored by the Army duty. Lee was with Patton's
Employes' A ocl.ti.. f.r Civil Service Esspl.yeesOrfkers Third Army and in the "Battle of operated. Included will be the men and women who are responsible

the Bulge" participated in the for the efficiency of this department.

Keneth M, McDuffle. President. Canniwujr, Secretary Philip D M.r., Tr..r.r110rln. holding of the south flank. The Before explaining how the department operates, it may

DirwUrt language that is used to describe be well to draw a brief word picture of the many units that

florin Gminnwiy (Cen'l I) trunk H, McKinley (PW) overseas experieces in the proper No will be
William U, KlncmU, 1.n'\I I) J, *'. Nettle (PW) terms Lee claimed is not printableand make up this well organized department. attempt

Melt C, Jackson (A & K) Kenneth M. McIJuffl. (Supply) the best comment is "Glad to made to describe in this article the thousands-yes, almost
Joseph Fagan (A & It.) Philip 1) Myert
(-S"'t'I"| "
Charles fc Field (A RI) be out and home again!t" endless amount of technical information that must be inter

News R i.rtint Suit He was in England France, Germany preted and cleared through the Inspection Office for distribution

Aovmbly lUxd KriMNtvr and Repairs" .." ................................... .....Eul...n. Willinghnm definitely, and never Luxembourg wishes, to but return most to the various units, or the elaborate filing system that

Inspection Reporter ItepmtmentlHand .., .. .. ......................................Helen M. Styron again even though Paris was gay has to be maintained for the inspector so he may have the
Public Work epnrtmentl and interesting in spite of being authentic information for any decision that he
Hand Reporter .. ............ .. ...................... .Ethel M Shiimhin torn necessary
Supply, Uepnrtmentt: up.North may be called upon to render. The inspections conducted in

Head Reporter ...... ...... ... .. .to........... ... ... ....., .., ,.Leola' Janet Carolina is his birthplace each units are _a_ but in 1910 he came Jackson-- -
Ov"rhaul-whose responsibility
ville to work. Married a Jackson Engine
it is to see that the follow
ville girl and this city is npw A AND RENDSRECORD
CIVILIAN OF THE Ing items are efficiently and com
WEEK I home! Entered Army December pletely overhauled: R-2800 and

1830 Pratt and Whitney Twin Row YEARWith

Navy Veteran Is Public Works OuarlermanBy engines spark plugs, carburetors,

Itarbara J. HnleyLeslie blower pipes, engine driven pumps, the passing of lU"S: w
and in addition maintain adequate turn the pages of a most import ,

Keniston furloughed from inspection for reconditioning, machining ant year and make note of tl
since March 1P42 whenhe
NAS Jax :
j fSUP.PLV events and improvements that
of
returned to ,plating and painting va-
rejoined the Navy. I
have taken place in the. Assemblyand
rious engine parts. Engine assem-
this station in September 1911! I
bjy inspection is followed by a Repair department on this
Keniston Is a veteran of 2tf yinrs v
service in the Navy He nut entered I 1 SALLIES block test of the engine which requires station.REORGANIZATION

service In 1915: at Portsmouth ss about six hours. Then comes IN

N. H, and served In We rid War J ? preservation and boxing for shipment JANUARYThe ,

in the Mediterranean area out c'' month tof January..presented

Gibraltar, base P, I ,. The Assembly"' Unit-is charged a picture of a swiftlygrowingA

with diversified responsibilities, & H Department with some! definite
He was born in Albany, Me., and By Leola June
I that consist of plating and anodizing improvement in efficiency and
graduated from South Paris High. HAPPY NEW YEAR! 194019 -
School, South Paris, Me (119421913 -1944-1945. And, painting engine build-up and Increased production. Especially
MatlelSaHid CareerIt installation. Also included' is the notable was a greatly increased<
now 1948J! Time is marching on--
,
installation of instruments and production of overhauled.A .
wa upon graduation from I wonder what this year has in store engines
high school that he entered the for us* Before we wander on, electrical equipment. Hydraulic complete reorganization of the

Navy and made his career from I however' let's go back into 1915 systems and landing gears are one A & R department became etteo-

1915 to 1936. During these 26 and remember tew of the happen- of the first units to be assembled tive January 1945 in accordancewith
during the complete overhaul of the standard
years he was a ship fitter and real organization
ly saw the worldEurope, Africa, ings.DO the F4U type airplanes Flight chart of the Bureau of Aeronautics -
YOU REMEMBER WHEN, controls and surfaces, wings cab-: The purpose of this chart la

The Drake Sisters were singing ins and numerous other subassemblies to standardize the organization of

Y on the stage of the Temple Thea- are united within the Inspection all A & R depal tments. In order
I
lr tre The Supply Department scope of the unit whichall to accomplish such extensive reorganization

Basketball team was in full swing sums up to give us a completed without Interfering with

under the capable leadership of I aircraft Some surfaces require production a gnat\ deal ot: carulul -
Rita Jiuhum The day a skunk
fabric to cover certain sections and extensive planning was required -

was delivered to the delivery division then too, there is flight clothing I To this end, the A & R of-

causing no end of excitement that has to be repaired ficer met with division and other

and odor) Wedding bells rang The Interim and Emergency: Repair key officers for several long sessions -
1910 and was assigned to
for quite a few of the employees person- Unit is called to hands devoted
nel wor'c until discharged. Whereupon upon to planning the reor-
including Dorothy Locke, ('loreneRogers. the overhaul of the
inspection and
ganization
developing means
he took it at
right u,> again
Carl ,
Kelter, Peggy Mil- Public world famous RID transport, Aft- of coping with many problems
NAS for Works I I
lard Hulls Holt and Alton Talton e: the plane is completely disassembled which would\, naturally arise. Since

The first contributor to the The lull between Christmas and cleaned, and washed, it II eight{ entire flew divisions and sections -
Red Cross Fund was Meyer Segal the New Year finds scarcity of starts upon its overhaul journey. '
were created new office facilities
Claude England, Robert Forbes, news Down at the Ad building be- First while the fuselage is given'a had to be provided New
fore the Christmas holiday -
l'arllCl'ltt'r. htl\\artl; torrent, Hartlev four-day complete check-up and necessary I division officers, supervisors and

Sleeves, David UI'kN.bbrt'Y there was a jolly arty with a repairs made, the wings and leading chiefs were nee :ed for the
Santa who behind the disguise '
VMIson and others were membersof flight control surfaces are getting' new divisions.
I was no less than Lt Stoke* -beard, "
their Then
the U S Coast Guard Reserve "going-over. comes the
round pillow stomach and all He I Under the new organization the
and
Those fellows could really I assembly engine installation
held court in the Public Works file I following divisions and sections existed -
which
tell you stories of their experiences requires numerous inspections -
) Practice fire-drill room But Santa didn visit the I : Engineering; division, administrative
t+ shops, maintenance or housing. I section planning division
Vacation Over at !
began to get under way emergency repair (as
His other visit in Public Works machine division, accessories division -
the the
ranging everywhere from staying name Implies) inspectors
to where he overhaul control division engine -
I was design, played
to check-out1
home to Washington and California are required emergency I
host to combined design, contract, overhaul division, finish and
> The Inauguration of the I repairs that may come in
and inspection sections Good St fabric division, electrical division:
new public address system in the Thes vary from "pulling and engine -
office thereby giving us music Nick up at the gate was impersonated -'' change" to replacing a flight'! ordnance division, structures division

while we eat! The tension in by "Duffy" Quinn his task control. It does not matter with emergency repair division

i the air the days of V-E proclamation was made easier by the. very clevI j I the fellows whether it is an FM personnel section, vocational train-

and V-J proclamation er jingle written by Kntelle llamp- I II or a PV, it's all In a day work.Occasionally I ing section, assembly division interim -
en\ie 1 t'nl..I"n) ton to fit nersonalitlea. Many a overhaul division, and plant
Janice II Harnliarl, sr., and 'Him-' a rush job requires
aril Steen were awarded for beneficial | hearty laugh and clapping of them to work well into the night division
and South America, and when he suggestions submitted 'hands greeted an apt take-off of'i Metal and \'Ojorle.-ha. theI I During this same month, the A
retired from the Navy In 1936. he mannerisms views or shortcom- of : & R ofncer established a system
held the of chief fitter. We ate at the Navy Chow-Hall I II I responsibility inspecting large
rating ship i ings The decorations were handled and small surfaces for corrosion I whereby each production division
,
Released from the Navy, he ac- during the time the civilian cafe I by Juanita (mistletoe) Ulse.A I II and must submit a daily production re-
I alignment
repair
teria was closed for changes I proper I
civil service at the
cepted a post I resolution for the New Year- port
methods Actually, if one stops to I
Naval Air Station, Pearl Harbor The excitement in the departmenton I to turn in or phone news itemsI think of the things that During the month of Februaryan
At Pearl Harbor he worked in Public the morning that the flag was i iI many
I that would be of interest to all, : come under the of the metal extensive reorganization of
scope
Works Maintenance for five raised upside down Open- ,| hobbies of your co.workers-just and accessories unit It is astounding fighter overhaul had taken place. ,

years but in April 1941 transferred house on the station and the I use your own judgment in what II i Propellers and I The last two weeks of this month, ItI
: ,
to Public Works Maintenance steady stream of visitors Returned -I I you think we all would like to I and valves, C02 governors strict orders were given to move ,
I pumps hydraulicunits I
this; station. veterans come hack to assume : I I
: on : I read! brakes and wheel, cabins the assembly lines on time at reg-
Keniston worked at NAS until their former duti'.s The A happy and Iletler New Year! and glass heat treat loftIng ,i ular scheduled intervals Thus, the
welding, -
March I112! when he was called to I I big Ictorj dance held at the Mayflower :I new I and metal manufacturing are time element had been placed first
uctive He entered service the Roof Garden in celebration
duty. in importance which is absolutely
of the Included in metal ,
I I some shops
second time as a chief ship titter of the surrender of Japan and final NATECHTRACENCivilian
I and accessories unit If there is necessary to meet Bureau of Aero
.
and attached to the Maritime victory The buffet luncheon
was nautics scheduled At
production.
a need of anything made of metalit
P at St. Petersburg -I given by purchase group celebrat I
v Training :o7ram: News through Inspection to see i the same time a standard dis-aa-
IL was h" a that: he received ing both Victory Day and the five- passes sembly and overhaul had
If it meets I process
speciflcatians etc.
hit coinn -h'-r! warrant 1 day Ut'ttTIllItI work-week and. ,Anna. The Talrclolh day that fly Kniiin Sue" 3I('Lrod f I I They also inspect for Incorporated been worked out which resulted in

., officer I The year 1913 is gone but before I technical changes In various engine I a much mote thorough icconditlon-
Leav ,'_ ne went were locked in the vault by mistake -
uu.e ,
,, : of aircraft.Due .
It blotted all
'I I II it passed on, out and alrcratt parts, along with ing
The
the dance
Mars under
t" New Bedford, Victory given I
to increased
I strife and blood-shed destructionof the manufacturing of "one thousand ; an etioit put
same program, later serving; lit by the print shop at the men, women and children, and one" other items Let'sn. forth by all handy, reconditioned
R New York, where lie ft as detached The new work hours
'I "Plnes"I' homes countries and even empires. ... .orge electrical and instru- airplanes moved off the assembly
front the Maritme Training Pro- an hour for lunch rather The New Year comes in calmly n.ents shops where numerous Inspections I i lines in Increasing numbers dur

gram and sent to Baltimore. Md, hour Christmas Carols sung' with peace once, more on earth and are required during the ling the month; of February. Thin
Here he tool; pert in fitting the Week before Xmas-And, do
shipyard with the desire in every heart to I reconditioning and build-up of Increase in production was aecomi -
I
remember
the time
out ships you you had do better things to accomplish these delicate devices, i plished with an increase in person-

In August of 1913 he was leleased New Year's Eve7SCATTERED greater acts and perform kinder I, Siipi!)', -Few people realize the 1 nel of not more than 2 per tent

from duty in Baltimore and movedto BIT.CUT- deeds than in the past The clouds' amount of material that is required j I during! a month having only 21

Farrigat Naval Training sta- TLEBUTT: have vanished and the skies 1 are for a base the size of Jacksonville. i working! days and 11 pet cent lessworking
tion, Farrlgat, Idaho At arrlgat Holiday leaves were in order so 'I
once more clear We will not attempt to' time n' I with
in of the : Dorothy IlH'he visited In Rort
he was officer charge Lau- 1
A great number of civilians) at describe all the material that is Januarj

ship repair training program until derdale Helen fcylvester visit- this activity have been, on inspected for quality quantity, and UE3; t h_._ _. _
his transfer to Albany,, Calif, ed in Tampa Lura Owen wentto iIJ
here for over three years. They condition, The Supply Departmentis The March production shattered
,
where hs nerved in the training Okeechobee to spend Christmas
have pitched In with also called upon to procure "ma I all previous records for' produc-
in connection with w Ith her daughter there l .
program opera- I 'I tton
and willingness performing their terials hard to get" as well u3 all since the present aircraft and
} tion landing craft Evelyn MacKenzie spent Christmas duties in order that victory mightbe routine Items The Inspectors con.] engine models were assigned to
From Albany, he was sent to the in Lakeland with her son, who,
;ours. They as well as the later ,.it ted with the Supply Department the department for overhaul by
at Treasure Island Calif., is home on 30-day leave from Pacific
hospital arrivals, have expressed themselvesas must have a thorough knowledge the Bureau of Aeronautics. This
for treatment and released from duty Irma Johnson is [ their I
thoroughly enjoying work of aircraft outstanding achievement was the
.. active in July 1943 overjoyed that her son was home
duty the pleasant association and con- (Continued Next Vteek) 'result bf increased hard worK'' amt,
In September' Kenlstoh! 'returned for Christmas. Tills was their first tacts made with fellow workers, efficiency' on the part of rill pers n-

to his Job in Public Works, where Christmas together for three officers and enlisted personnel. PY AND PEACEFUL NEW nel. /-

he has the Important( job,of quar- years Edith Mat lot also celebrated We, the civilians at NATechTraCen YEAR, and to those who recently The production ot major overhauled -

temian in charge of the upkeep of the holiday with her son, wish to extend to our Commander departed from our midst our sincerest engines for the month of

grounds buildings plumbing, and who unexpectedly walked in on the officers and enlistedmen \ wishes ,tor their well being I I March reached 281' an excess of

all, outside' In:1lnten: nce' work her from Pacific duty He, will be and women A VERY HAP- and happiness In this year and the 40.5 per cent of the Bureau of

released from, the Navy soon: --- years to follow I Aeronautics schedule. The' produc-

Molly: "Why dtf you call your Shirley Collier and Rvtelle Plexlco pretty happy' gal since husband/ i i J .' i |I Lion of overhauled: \ fighter1 type air-

boy friend 'Pilgrim"l" just happened to be spending came home on Christinas leave 'When a Broadway' glamor girl craft Increased< exactly
100
Polly I 'IBecause every time .he Christmas at the same town of Richard MacCrackrn visited rela- "un't sleep she doesn't count sheep I.cent during March as'compared per

calls: he makes a little progress.. Wildwood Gloria Juthbert is I tives In Daytona Beach. -she counts wolvea.: I 1 I Continued on Page Nine

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NEWS
:3 Jqnuary, CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS


I A And R Record
l MACHINE DIVISION AT WORK I 357 SuggestionsMade

ntinued From Page Eight

a with February. The 'total numberof
This YearThe
aircraft overhauled, repaired, or

modified by the department during
Beneficial Suggestion Committee -
exceeded -
March February production
which was inaugurated in
by 66.2! per cent.
A, Gam with
Commandant
1943 by
The Bureau schedule for produce
Lt. Comdr. F. L. St. John as chairman -
tion of aircraft overhauled and en-
assisted by Lt. (jg) George
A. Daniels and Mr Donald Woods gines overhauled was met or exceeded -

from Public Works Lt. (jg) Rich- by this department for the

ard W Weiler of Supply, and Mr. I i months of February and March.
\V. L. Coleman of A & R, has been
The main for this increasein
J : r increasingly successful. The first reason

year 189 suggestions were presented production was the complete

from 106 suggestors.This stationizing of the assembly lines. -

year's report is offered with! Total number of R-2800 type engines -

satisfaction in the increase of qual- overhauled during the monthof
and quantity of ideas which
ity
April was 251, an excess of one
A have and are being reviewed. Dur-
ing the past year 357 suggestionshave engine over ine Bureau schedule.

been received, against 252 in Aircraft completely overhauled

1944, which shows a gain of 105 during the month ot April totaled

__ The backlog of 43 suggestions held 68, consisting of 15 Wildcats 4S
F over from.1943 have been completed. Corsairs, 3 PV's and 2R4D's. Daily

Some 50 suggestions were re- production reports room each shopin
opened for various reasons. A totalof each division of the A & R Department -

$6,816.25 was paid for 198 suggestions I revealed increases in ,

and 22 suggestions were I production during April as com-
paid additional awards of $747. pared with March.

Among enlisted personnel who I The Bureau of Aeronautics In-

offered suggestions, 37 received creased the department's production -
tjI letters of commendation, as did 17 I schedules for the month of

civilians. Citations were receivedby May. The schedule for Corsair aircraft -
11 civilians from the War Pro- was increased from 45 to 55.

duction Board Washington, D. I an increase of 22 per cent and ihe
C. We have pending at the end of R4D schedule was increased from

1 Y this year, 80 suggestions of which ,, 2 planes to that of 4, an increaseof
11 are under experiment five are 100 per cent. Despite these constantly -

awaiting decision from Washington '. increasing schedules, the

IN Tilt;: MACHIXK DIVISION, shop 387, of Asembly and ,Repair (shown above) tool makers and and four have patent papers I department met or exceeded all

machinists are busy at work on lathe machines turning; out precision parts for jigs and fixtures employed pending.The schedules for the fourth consecutive -
in the manufacture of aircraft parts.BREEZING. Committee at this date is month. For the month of MayA
I - composed of the following; mem- & R Jax overhauled the maxi-
bers: Lieut. C. P. Chapman chair- mum number of fighter and trans-
AROUND A & R man and Personnel Relations Officer port type aircraft and R-28VO type

Lieut., Newman .E. Willis, aircraft engines as were allowedby
ADMINISTRATION -- Plant Division Officer of Assemblyand the Bureau of Aeronautics.This .
with the Army Engineers in Africa ACCESSORIES Repair, with a sub-committee' enviable production recordwas

& PERSONNEL I' and Hawaii. Photography being ,DIVISION headed by Lieut. E. K. Farson, 1\r.1 maintained Uy A & R until

Ity Mattie Wo" only one of his hobbies, Ken has J. W. Silver, aero engineer, Mr.M. the cessation of hostilities with

Personnel and Adnu.ustration had lots of pictures made of placeshe ELECTRIC SItOl"By A. Burn.Mr. J. R. deQuijia( and Japan, at which time the Bureau

was brimming: with holiday spirit visited. Other hobbies are amateur Dorothy M. WlllianiNon Frank Zappacosta investigator. reduced the workload for the en-

during Christmas and New Year's I radio, and he plays a mean Come on, Gang, give out with the The Public Works representative is : tire department. All BuAer sched-

and what Christmas parties WA: guitar. news! You have a new reporter, Lt. (jg) Henry White with Lt (jg) ules continued to be met until the
had! I The following men from the 1 now, and she needs\ your help in N. O. Thomas heading a subcommittee month of November At this time,
The Time Section drew names electronics division had leave from I order to keep the good work composed of F. H. McKinley -I the number of planes and engines

and gave comical Rifts. Santa 21 December to the 28 December: i that has been done.up Christmas has building 163, Don Woods, building I turned in for overhaul were Inade-

brought Bub llnU'lilnson that new A. libel, AKTUM.. I'. Bordeaux:, come and gone, so let's buckle 1, Sam Wittingdon, building quate to meet schedule. With the .
had been for It. A. Brtmn, Sir, It. (1. cessation of hostilities several
1046 car he waiting AKMc, down and start the New Year off 104. Inspection's representative is key
and Miss Brook received two dar- Brim ne, Sic, I.. t:. Cherveny; AI'l'll'r with of on earth, Lt. Comdr. Dexter D. Butterfield officers were released to inactive
ling little speckled gold ton with, A. A. 'lark, Slo, V\'. tt1. ('laut good will plenty toward peace men--and news! with Lieut. M. W. Preeman as as duty and a large number of ex-

pop eyes. Names were decided for t Ioun, AKTlr, M. I). n/.elman, AO-) ; We are gofng to miss Ruby M. sistant. Supply has a new repre- perienced enlisted personnel received -

them as Nick and Merrie. They' KT, (L I). FUlwr, AKMScJ.. J.Gttgliano Hinson, former reporter, but she sentative In Lieut. C. W. Lledell honorable discharges.On .

are both still living. Various other S2c, It. 1';. llolecamp, hubby comes first, so good Jr., with Mr. M. J. Smith headinga I 23 October & R job order
comical gifts were given. The Time AO.mc.: K. J. Johnston, AIM3c, luck says to her.Martha sub-committee composed of Len- procedure manuals for man hour

Section invited Miis Euleenfll- I). I* lacy. Sic, A.V.. Kaynier, Hollow who spent thehollda's neth Me Duffey, George W. Dwelle, I accounting were set up for both civilian -
lin ham and Lt. Jg) U. \\'. llan-, AMJc, .. It. Khea, A KM So, J. I!. with her ay folks in Orlando John Parson and James Wingate. and military personnel.

f K-k as guests. Hot coffee and' Rye, An1'"(', 1C. .t;. Sanderson, she had a wonderful time. Margarle D. Putnam 'is still officiating I With the reduced workload, the
served and AUTIN' Turner A.M'ir. K.F. says shift as discontinued 26
doughnuts were everyone ", A. Glad to see Mary Holland and as recorder. night w on
enjoyed the party. \ adenals HIS, and A. J. Wal- October with the exception of a
Irene Stephenson back after two The year's work besides produc-
Personnel Records had a jolly AM! -. few night maintenance crews and
ler (
,
s weeks illness On our sick list ing !many shortcuts and improved
time eating picnic lunches together engine test cell operators. A con-
now is Huth Mason, who we hope products has eliminated safety and
and singing Christmas carols. I siderable reduction in supervisorsresulted
MACHINE will be back soon. health hazards, added many con-
After lunch Mrs. Maurine UlggNacted from the consolidation of
DIVISIONBy We are glad to have II. E. Jar- veniences, eased many operationsand
out
and
as Santa Claus gave the two shifts.
rani and O. 31. Scott back aftera has saved many thousand dol-
gifts. Mr. ({ulna and the correspondence )I'rllTI'kt'r\ I A complete new reorganizationwent
nice long vacation. We also wel- lars in material and labor.
section followed with into effect in November
has returned to aI
Judy Snyder new face in shop 712, Mr,' 1945 the
come a of
In closing the year ,
I
their Christmas party and even work after four days on sick leave' which set up the following divisions
Charles Williams erc-sar e and all
$ committee wishes to thank sug- I
though they were a little quiet we Dielil the week-end and sections: Personnel division
Al spent
know they had the good old spirit, With Harry Ilouch in DeLand. Fred hope Those he will who like have us. New Year's I gestors for their interest and\, cooperation i engineering division admin
Also we wish to especially -
istrative section division
planning ,
too.Mr wants to know what you are goingto leave are: Marjorie Owen, Sic, committees,
thank the various
*. Karhel Wilder has returned -: chicken flight test division, overhaul control -
do with the ,
orange grove MutycyesUI, Sir, A. M. Howard foremen, '
Judy ; ,
from a long illness. We hope house the snappers, quartermen division, structures division,
and ten room you
farm
Scand Bob /astrow, ..VMMIc. -
to im and supervisors who so willingly
will continue
her health while there, Diehl I metal division, machine division,
bought Have a good time! helped evaluate and put across
j finish and fabric division, accessories -
prove.
J. t;. Is most appreciative -
llyiulman
Guess that's all, folks, so we
mental over these ideas.Remember.
While making a trip of the hospitality extended : division, electronics division,
the states during the holidays wesee him during the holidays; by Harry wish you' a very Happy and Pros in 1946 a suggestionis ordnance division, assembly division -

: Barbara Merck lying on the ;Manger, who took him to Ocala to peru11ew Year. ,!. only valuable when shared. Send I emergency repair division, interim -
beaches in Miami Mi i* Kiith spend Christmas with Harry's I, one in each week, win one of' these overhaul division, engine
Brook and Mrs' Chambers wading family. Mr. Hyndman reports he PLANT award payments. When 1917 arrives overhaul division and plant.

mud puddles in Atlanta, Ga., Mr*.I II i had the time of his life. I DIVISION have the, satisfaction not only I During the closing days of the

Isabella+ irlmea pulling beautiful On leave as of this week are: of an added income but the esteem year; members of the Industrial
twigs of Spanish mos from a Matile BlgHon. Call Mae Intuit By Ubbya BoyettThe and admiration of your coworkersfor Survey Board from the office of

", I (\ large oak title in Charleston, S. C., and Slim Tjler.; v old ;year rolled out and the a job well done because you the Secretary of the Navy, who

Harry II art\\Il'k, S2r, making new came in, giving us a chance to I had ingenuity and resourcefulness I made a inspection and survey tour
snow men in Flint, Mich., IarryMtiiwK turn over a new leaf and make a -- -- -- ,-- I of all Industrial activities of NAS
Sec, sightseeing in Brooklyn I *: ilLS I list of resolutions, which are only count section a new civilian, Harold : Jacksonville, made a summary report -

N. Y., 1\(1'1'1.' Kli/.al: >etu Thomas i DIVISIONBy broken before another December I.. West, World War 11 veteran of A & R concerning the or-

predicting the coming peach harvest I Josephine Kelt-hard month arrives. Kindness, generosity who saw action on Okinawa, Guam I gaization productive efficiency,
Valdosta, Ga. and courtesy are three resolutions and Leyte for 18 months. It is not
... A very joyful; Christmas! : and housekeeping, and personnel administration -
Mi' H Mary Diutbar had as holi- I New Years was had by all. The you can not go wrong on. so long ago that engineer Karl Tar- Their commendatory

day guests her niece, Alice Dunbarof :: festivities opened with a Christ: Now after two holidays we are due showed me a newspaper item I remarks greatly outweighed any

Birmingham, Ala., and Betty nin. party at the noon hour :Friday ready to settle down to work for about Harold being killed in ac I of their criticisms Senior members -
i
Slater, of Waycross, Ga, 1 ::t December. We had a tree with good (until George's birthday in tion. The paper made a mistake I of the board stated that Jack-

cri.amcnts all made from scrap February). though, as that is not his ghost sonville's A & R department wouldbe
': ELECTRONICS' metals which created quite an attraction Most of the Plant Division personnel walking around so don't believe rated either first or second inefficiency

DIVISIONBy I to passers-by from the returned from their nice everything you read. of all the ten major A &

other divisions. A chicken 'dinner trips back, home another places. : We have several new drattsmen R establishments surveyed.
Stella lingers Roland Shrt'llerrlll Brunton section. Seems ,- ----
served with all the trimmings in the engineering
Our sick list this week includes: was soup to nuts. Chief Ronan Frank Buckley, (:race Ruby, Dorothy like every time I look up from my
K.: C.! trom
(liMiyi Waile, FrancesVyiiu,
San Dick.on and Doris Wood*! are board I see a new face.
and Irvin hangar 123 acted as our drawing DON'T BE AN ACCIDENTEE!
Clr\fnK, Carolyn "'t'Mter back :Sabin, ,
ta. Gifts were exchanged by all all Nancy personnel The new draftsmen who started in
Eddie Eckert.Mighty; and everyone helped to make It a clerk is back again after staying the last few weeks are: iene Middaugh -
glad to welcome Andy at home taking care of her and John llauke from Cali-
after his long 111-1 hapny occasion.We LET/5 SKIP Ti4E
Anderson back daughter who had a apt'm.lectomy K. fromI'enns'lvanla.
have a chief who is a loverof I fornia, Frank Buckley
ness. AlOI'ic and I art! The art was enclosed In a'' operation. Joseph Karp from MOVIE,bIONEY-
ireen\\ell,
John Iurlt.UT2c were glad to' box of cigars, the gift of a clever Clarence Lamb, associate engi- Illinois, and Fred t;. ('I'n" from /I'M ALL TIED UP
Robert> neer, our supervisor of the draftingroom
check out from A & R this past redhead. Kansas. HERE AT
has returned ft'om ms one
Ie Gable ,
MarieUpthegrote
week, and both are eagerly await- Who's the Clark 7 month vacation. We know Clar- Frank Zapp&cwMa invitedthe THE PLANT!!
shed is wtjdrlng a beautiful 1 over to his apartment while, :
ing the final day when they I wonderful t'me teachIng boys '
diamond William Norris and ence had a Who whitewashedZapp's
and Olive was away.
blue emerge I
their cocoon Navy tr'rks. JimSaaer
his few new
of civilians family! have left on a trip to Au- sen a I fence--I' mean apartment. .J
Just a couple engineepracticalh! ?
Laity Buchanan leaves Tuesdayto gusta. Santa ,brought him a hunting plant All of us old timers received I
we
held down ooth positions, so
visit her brother In Miami. He outfit Including a Remingtongun handmade Christmas cards from I .Jr
ki.ow JIm' was glad to icv ( &arence
has been overseas for three years and he"says he really expectsto former draftswoman Anne !)a\I";I
Jim !u\s ms own
the b.
back) (n ;
be .
and Lola is looking forward to this bag the birds.' They, will. gone responsibilities seeing that the of Capitol 11 ill.

trip. We'll miss you, Lola, but gladto for a week."Mom" had. Christmas card division! docs the job right in the Amber Klmmel returned from r
: a
see you have this little vaca- Keller Jo wants to be remembered maintenance and repair of equip- her emergency leave in Staunton,
from
to all and he is too ment cf the A & I:, as job icquests Va. Her sister, Margie, formerlyof z.
Holiday special for the girls ofFlainvilie I says from are always coming in for the repair A & H, was seriously injured in
N J.J! "( ..ne then arriving busy shoveling snow away' of some broken down machine an automobile accident. Amber
Saturday night." Looks like his door to write everyone. in the Sun Queen, northboundand.
\ returned to or equipment, or requests for new was
has
trouble ahead if the girls havebeen II Sjbil Tanner Silver Meteor southbound'
new jigs
; work after spending a vacation in dummy landing !gears; '
mpl'rlngnotes. train wreck, in which fle"t'tal'reo-
; and NATI0NsS 5 ffrr COUMDI/ 1
KennethSaliklr.ry Pennsylvania seeing many 'placesof conveyors.
We are glad to have killed.
I IVe welcome into our plant ac-> ple were
interest
served
bac .,wth us. lie
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li L Books In NATTCSLIBRARY l'I ,' USO Show Here Tonight


NATTC .__. I' -

Are you an extrovert, introvert,
altruist, egoist, hypochondriac
misogynist, genius or moron? Do
ENTERTAINMENT you know what your gestures give eM .
"
,7 you away ? What are your chances :
at marital happiness? How do you
know you can't play the piano
What is your library IQ? I
There is a way to know. All you
MOVIE SCHEDULE
have to do is answer a few simple I
questions, add your score, turn to ;
THURSDAY-CARNIVAL OF SPORTS, USO Show. 1800!: and I pages so-and-so, and there you
2000. are. All our personal and social
habits have been surveyed as well
FRIDAY .\N I> S.\'lTIW.\Y-THEY: EXPENDABLE star- as our instincts and social quali

ring Robert Montgomery and Donna Reed. 1800 and :2000.. ties.Do
you like pets? Even withouta
SUNDAY GETTING GERTIE'S GARTER with Demtis O'Keefe poll it would be safe to say that

and Marie McDonald. Also March of Time and Short. 1800 and :2000.:: 99 per cent of the persons on the
base have owned a pet at one R
)(() n.\Y -A WALK IN THE SUN ":vvlth D. Andrews and K. time or another. But do you know .ivy
what form of wild life
the
pet or is
Conte. Also news. 1730 and 2000.
center of interest in the following
TtTI':; n.\\. -Same as Monday. titles ? Give yourself five points
for each correct answer to the 20 ;
4 WraNFsIY--PENNIES: ; FROM HEAVEN: starring sing Crosby titles listed below. A score of 85

.... (re-issuei. Also Comedy and Short. 1800 and 2000. I or better should make you a genius ;
above 65 you're very good,
TIU'ICooU.DA: TO S RIDE AGAIN with Martha U'Urlscoll. and at :50 or better you may con

Also Short 1800 and 2000. ; sider yourself normal. A score of
less than 50 only proves that you
don't read muchfor.our books on "-
animals seldom gather dust on the .(

shelves. ,,. :: "." ,
,., ,
National Velvet, by Bagnold, : '
Call of the Wild, by London. Lad : ;t
of Sunnybank, by Terhune: Salar ;(: r
by Williamson; Moby Dick, by :
Melville; The Yearling, by Rawl-
logs: Dingo, by Lamond: My
Friend Flicka by O'Hara; Mongrel
M -ttle, by Stuart.


Your library, through a ship.
ment of books from Washineton.. -
takes a real interest in your fu BOB AND HELEN RANOITS, known for their hand alanC'injt'and ;
ture! We can show you How to adagio dancing, are among the perform in "The Carnival of
Spend Wisely and Grow Rich, It Sports," a USO-Camp Show here for performance at 1800 and :2000 t
would be a better trick to learn, today In NATTC' Auditorium. The !six-act .how also Include", 1>81-
and undoubtedly more popular. if liaro and HorgCK, table tennis", stars; the Three Tops, who !present a
the authors, Jordan and Willett, roller skating act; Josephs! \ and Decker, archery champion\ ; Felice
had left the "wisely" out. But even and Sht"rrrt"I'Itlln' ( team; and Jimmy I \Valthour and Frank Italian
as1 it stands it's An idea. The book bicycle stars.Valtliour has competed In niv-day: bicycle races In the
tells you exactly what to do about Tutted States and Kiirope.:
the management of your own finances .
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how to do it, and why. She: My, what slim expressive
Furthermore to show you some of STRIKER I hands you have They belong: on a
the places to get the money to

spend there is a book on Govern- :: I girl.He: Okay, baby, you asked for
ment Jobs and How to Get Them. lit.
It gives practical information I --
about 500 different kinds of work
Wife: Why, George, you took
x.r open in governmeht service, tells the wrong carriage this baby
the qualifications needed, how isn't ours!
much will be paid, and whereto
you Bos'n Shut
: up, this one has rub.
apply. There is a special sectionon ber tires
veterans' preference which
should be helpful to the returning J
service man. I A true lover of music is one who

Then, having taken care of I puts his ear to the keyhole when
your future, we have other er .x t/ he hears a lady singing in the.

books to keep you busy and bath-tub.
t -J amused right now. There are phil
osophical, religious 4nd politcal Beautiful Young Wife: "Dear
books for those of a serious turn r will you bring home some mousetraps .
Y li.ti
of mind; novels for entertainment tonight ?"
murders for those who like excitement I Adoring Hubby: "But I broughtyou
Arch Obler for the theatric six last week." .
ally-minded and biographies. I j' ,! Wife: "I know, darling, but
In this list there must be something they've all got mice in them now "
: you'll like: I
SILVER SHOALS by Cochran. I Boot: May I kiss you?
MURDER BEFORE MID- .
b Gal: Jeepers! Another amateur
NIGHT, Cunningham.MY I It's only natural for sailors to
FELICIA Driscoll. be fast workers. After all, they're New Dentist
Continued! on Page Twelve fleet men,
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-i: (.; '!' lxi\ely Donna"'Keed: :''':" Here v Friday icki: and Saturday as an Don't Look Now

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Army Nurse! In .,
1'lItuln: : ; K.X: 1'.1' IJ.\UI.f:


SPECIAL 1 EVENTS

Aboard


SWIMMING' 1>A1LV-INDOOR POOL; Recreational period for r
all Naval Personnel and heir guests: Monday through 'riday-1800 .
II to 2100; Saturday 0900 to 1200, 1300 to 1700: and 1800 to 2100; Sunday -
.1 1230 to 1700 and 1800 to 2100. Children must be accompanied by

' parents.
GOLF. STATION COURSE. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to t 4'4T
all personnel. Clubs available at gear locker in NATTC Auditorium.
GOLF INSTRUCTION for NATTC personnel by R. W. Reynolds, '
I SpA)2c( 1300 to 1530. (Special classes for WAVES by appointment) e r
Sign up at Shack. i

HOSTESS HOUSE open dally from 1530 to 2100. Saturdays and
Sundays from 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel and rela- e
tives and guests. St.
A
NATTC LlltRARY open dally from 0800 to 2100.
BOWLING daily at Ship's Service from 1200 to 2030. +
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p. y Jj
Ashore
;
(4f
eY
The Episcopal Army and Navy Center, corner of Church and :
Market Streets, sponsors a dance every Saturday night from 2030 to .,
2330. Junior hostesses will be in charge and all enlisted personnel are -- ''t
O.MDK A.iOARGOT
Invited.JACKSONVILLE. :i v
: lost no time In getting to work
: BEACHES-Biwes leave at frequent Intervals
In the Dental Clinic
when lift
,
from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathing reported
j4 aboard recently as the
recreation at of world's finest beaches.
I and other one ocean BUll
yY 9 above photo !'oho"". ,\ resident
fare 26c. Wnixlbrldffp, X. .!., fonutr.Purgot .
NAVY MOTHER'S HOSTESS HOUSE:, 101 East: Church Street. came to NATTC from

USO CENTERS at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus NAS, Trenton, N. ,1, lie entered -
Station; Church and Newnan Street; 311 West Duval Street. USO -- the XaU'6 a lieutenant
WOMEN'S DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. THE L() a -A\\ AITED FILM: debut of bountiful Jane (JK) In :May, 1012! spent Iii

CANOEING, 1'ISIIINGNI) BOATING: Cedar River on San Uussell is about to take place at long last. Her movie, and months lien I at NTS, Norfolk, V*.,
saw duty aboard theISS
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last "
stop on
"The Outlaw banned two the office
( years ago by Hays Altalr, a destroyer tender.
boats San !Juan.-$2.00 Row per Boats-two hour, five to hours eight, 50c peoplf; canoes-$1.00 per boat. per hour; motor will be released soon. Jane plays the role of Ilio: the fiery Hit first duty after returning to
the states %March: 191.1'win At
half-breed sweetheart of Hilly the Kid.Ve might add *
ilORSKIIACK: HIDING: !MAGNOLIA STAP.LES. San Juan Avenue Princeton Hi
that in life she's the wife of Hob! ) Wated'ield the University wo
and Lakeshore Blvd. $1,00 per hour ''for two hours; $1.50 per one private promoted to commander 5 No-
hour;; groups of eight or ten1.00 for two houtfa. HYDE PARK Cleveland Hams professional fonth<\team's\ backfield star. vender 191.1.Page .
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3 January, 1946 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Eleven



Opportunity Given I' Two Ship's Company Chiefs Given Purple Heart

,, I
'

,I 1'0 Learn Language -.



.Study Programopportunity I! "SHIPS W,

you have to

new language while you COMPANY PROFILES

the Navy la somethingman j jI

back In civilian life I How did you like your

''nvy for plain dollars-and- I ('11 "18tmas dinner at r\A TIC ?

'l"asonll.' And in addition, Pretty special meal. The man

anding among the peopleshe I responsible for the excellent

world III, stimulated by I preparation of this repast and

mwledge of the tongue each delicious flavoring of the oyster -

speaks, dressing and giblet gravy

You may not realize it, but thousands I i -- was Theodore Bauman, SC3c,
of young men are going tonight THEODORE ('. nixsjCiiEK, ACFC, AND served aboard the Destroyer Hen ham and the Captain of the Watch.
schools after their day's i JAMES C. CAMPBELL! ACOM both I'SN, wt.represented Carrier Enterprise. lie returned to the slates' In
work Is done. They are sweating November, 1942 and Max sent to Va. Food Is Theodore Bauman's bus-
Dahlgren, ,
the Purple Heart by Capt, Ford N Taylor ...
Incas He has! been a Chef foe over
I\1, over such languages as German, proving grounds before coming here an an Instructor -
Fiench. Spanish, Russian, and NATTC commanding officer, at a ceremonyIn In June, 1943. His parent live In Central 17 years and really knows his bus
even Japanese. Captain! Taylor's office laM \\ ....k. Above photo' Islip, Long Island N. Y. He makes his home in inesseverything from a simple
left hlioutt Captain Taylor pinning the medal dish to an elaborately prepared
Why ? Because there Jacksonville\ It his wife, Josephine.Campbell .
ate jobs
on Ruescher while (lie photo at right shows Captain native banquet Is all In a day's work to
of Canton N C.
swell Jobs for many young Americans a was awarded -
/ in every pact of the wpild. Tailor congratulating Campbell after the the Purple Heart for shrapnel Injuries suffered him.
Engineers will be needed to re- presentation. At Captain 'ra) letr'" right, Matching when a Japanese suicide plane struck the I Before joining the Navy Bau-
.l'iiiId the lands ravaged by war; the ceremony, IN Cowdr. Hubert 1*. Ileebe, deck of the Carrier Randolph In April 1945. man was the Chef for one of the

managers and administrators to NATTC executive officer Campbell seas in an otf-duty' status at the lime. leading I restaurants in Harrisburg,

help restore peace-time prosperity.But Kuescher" was awarded the I'nrple Heart for A Navy veteran of nearly seven years, Campbell's Pa., supervising the planning of
Mounds suffered aboard the Carrier Yorktown at oversea service dates from June IH! %, He was menus purchasing of food and its
should to know get one of other those jobs language you the Battle of Midway, June 1IM2. veteran of aboard the Carrier Wasp when It seas sunk In September preparation and serving. At the

besides some nearly nine yearn service 1 In the Navy, Kueseher 1942 and besides service In the Mediterranean same time be
English. Languages! seetaught
here at NATTC under the was' aboard the Carrier :Saratoga; at the time of participated In nine )'aC'lI'ampalgn.\ ... I managed the
)'..arl Harbor but nerved aboard her only a month He returned to the states In January ..lla..t )ear State Farm
Educational modern Services\ Program by before being transferred to the rkto\\n. He ,buffered and after .... .n.inglth ("AST 80 was sent to NAT JJit Show Cafeteria
practical methods. language concussion. when thrown against a bulkhead TC where he now It attached to the Advanced 1 which fed 5.(OO
i study carries academic by an explosion. an the Yorklown sank Later he Ordnance Army'lIian\
, credit in high school or college. It __ _ __ On school- --- - <;; employees one
can be the* "extra" that lands you Student: "Why didn't I make 1001 I I I She: "Say, it's past midnight! noon meal during -
a good post-war job. It will make on my history test ?" I Do you think you can stay here all a two and
any traveling ;you do mean much night ?" one-half hour
Teacher "You I
: remember the
mote to you and valuable to S2c : "Gosh I'll have to telephone I period daily.
you all your life. question 'Why did the pioneers go I the ban acks) MAA first." The owner of

No matter what subject you decide into the wilderness' ?" the restaurant

to make your specialty you'iepietly Student: "Yen." i 1 r II Father: "\\'ell, son, how are your led Bauman where Baumanwas
sure to find other fellows Tpluher11: your answer, II 1, marks at school ?" employed; is awaiting his discharge
interested in the same thing. If ,\ Son: ".t.' (1er water." from the service to buildIn
while,1')' interesting, was incor
I II
three or more men want to study 4 Father'hat: do you mean, Harrisburg an outstanding exclusive
any high school or college course, rect. under water ?" eating establishment which
jour Educational; Services Officer - I I[ Son: "Below C-level." he wants Bauman to manage.

Ll. (jg) George S. Renter, Jr.. or Chief to Painter (tin next room : I I Bauman has developed a reputa-
Lt, ijg I II. P. Jenkins Jr., will "Are you woiking? I don't hearanything. After coming home late at night tion while aboard NATTC. as an
arrange a ilasg to meet two or there is nothing better than get- I artist in creating of hors d'oeuvres
lour times a week.You'd I ting out of wet socks and into a and canapes and each time a distinguished -
Painter: "Do you think I'm put- dry martini. visitor such as Admirals -
be sum prised' how many
thou.lands of enrollments are re- ting it on with a hammer ?!" I Mitscher McFall or Davison,
WAC Should. evening dressesbe aboard he is asked to -
rived by the U. S. Aimed Forces comes prepare
Institute ouch month.) For example I Sailor: "Honey, I'm going to Manna get a candy bar-then I'll worn to bridge parties ? I these delicacies for the Commissioned -
WAVE No. In playing cards it
walk back with Officer's Club.
shortly after the capture kiss you when we round that next you is only necessary to show your'
nf Guadulcanal, more than 500 men corner." KrH Thiunui in NTSiRMillinl. I'hUnKii hands. I Bauman is a quiet, pleasant person -
stationed there kept their Instituteunities but very unassuming so any
I
( up-to-date. I Gal: "Don't you think that's going Losers, like all who are blinddevlop -- I details as to his outstanding culinary -
"There are two volunteers outside -
a bit too far? an acute sense! of touch. talents had to be second
Lessons by correspondence arepiepated sir, with four MAA's." '
I by men with years of ex- I "What are the MAA's doing from his Officers or the men with
Christmas at Dewey ParkCHILDREN' here ?" whom he works His officers me
I jn-rience in specialized type of
I i teaching. You ale provided with "Dragging volunteers, sir," I very enthusiastic over his efficiency
the meals out and
\ In getting
texts and You ;
r assignments. complete 1
I "Who intU'duced are very proud to have a man of
to
your lessons and send themin you your ,
wife ?" his abilities to rely upon. Bauman
for correction and evaluation
i "We just happened to meet I was made Captain of the Watch
It costs only $2.00 to enroll for don't blame anybody" over a year ago when he was still
cither an Institute or )Jinlvertity I a seaman.

f extension course If yo/' maintain The baldheaded gentleman tat When preparing Navy food this
a good standing in your studies, in a drug store in Rockefeller Center ''I Chef sticks to the Navy Cook
you can continue to enroll, in as drinking a soda, A beautiful Book as per Navy Regs. His only
I many com.M you like as long girl sat! down beside him outlet is an occasional choice inContinued
r iu you aI the' Navy with no "Hello" she run ed "I dreamt on rage Twelve

additional: is. about you last night. I dreamt we ---- -
Also, self ttuchiiig; textbooks were in Central Park in the moon-, 1 I
have been prepared lor ;your fcpeciul light, and ;you held me in your Dance Chairman
, need. They aie well nanitd. anus and kissed me." I|I
They lead you IMp by step The pulse of the baldheaded gentleman ,;
thiough your subject, provide you pK t as .lumped several hundred I]
with reviews and tests by which { beats. "You're sure it was I ?" he i j

you can gauge your progress asked eagerly. I,
The lass studied him. I;
When you complete a course: and glamorous ;
"I can't be mistaken" she insisted. I!
decide you're ready for a formal e FYeR
a 1 The in the dream had the
xamlnation, you apply for the man
nd-ol'-course test through your same clothes you're wearing, the I!
Educational: Services Officer. same physique, the same tone of
voice "
Vice' ':meet Randall Jacobs,
The baldheaded chap leaned closer.
i I wi
USN, sad of the courses: "Thelongterni : "
"Is there anything I can do
; effect of the Educational "to show
he inquired anxiously, my
Services Program will be for the uu __ ___ ._._ .onm appreciation of your beautiful,
benefit of the student, The im AT DEWEY PARK \TnSJolt"CIIOOI.: !" found dream ?" i .
mediate effect will be his development that Santa didn't forget them They are shown abuse just alter j I "Yes indeed," Grid the girl.
as a" greater asset to the they opened their presents at an afternoon party. The school located "After taking a good look at you I

war effort. In l)-eMey Park housing project, Is for children of enlisted ,I in the daylight; will you do me a
Contact your Educational Serviced I I personnel and IN sponsored by the Welfare department of NATTC II favor and please stay the hell out I
Officer in Building 501 now. and NAS. of Central Park!" I


NATTC Auditorium Scene of Holiday Entertainment .

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f =t
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[ ALVIN O. STEP: EN S

(nhoiet. "'!', Is the new chairman -
of :NATTC' dance committees -
first sen ing In this capacity -
during/: the holiday dances
An A KM;; .student from El;1 )'a"41.

TeStevens'. watchword IN
f i 't : Nigger: and better NATTC 7
.
I dances,"
_
Looking to 1916, Steten' said
I "We'll have dances so good that
downtown establishment won't
eten lx able to compete| with
u... And with all the cooperation -
u> \\..'rt' hating there won't two
x+ any use to make the long, cold
crowded trip to Jax for entertainment -
I
everyone Mill want to
I .... ..,., -- ----t stay right here." Stetenri 'added

TIIK CKOUI) which Matched the antics of Danny DrnjKon, night club entertainer at 'the {'hrt..tma"t". "" dance, IN that any volunteer Ideas for 1
at the left. At the right U the Personnel Separation' Center orchestra which furnished music for the Christmas dance and I future 'NATTC dances Mill fo*
ac's Day party The 17-plece orchestra has plajed for many NATTC dances In the past", and Is a favorite here w t'(come.

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'I J Separations Continue Two NATTC Doctors LeaveIT SPI4SHES fRom nATTC'fill" British BlondieLovely .

During Holidays : I

A real Christmas present a one-
way ticket homeward bound! Two
WAVES and two sailors left here
on Christmas day headed for California -

Separation Centers. Theywere .
Frieda M, Larsen and Flor-
ence L. Ferry both SC3c who were By the 1-'tve Narrators
sent to San Francisco and Clar- "While
'Happy New Year' re-
ence Shelton, SpT)2c, and Robert tk ts.4 places 'Merry Christmas' in spark-I
Frost. AFC2c, bound for Terminal letters
ling over our threshold wo
Island. a welcome back those who spent
Other separatees leaving the last days at home with families and
week were: Royal L. Warner, Sic friends and treasure in our list of
Norman, Okla., Albert Fiorello pleasant memories the numerous
Sic and Willis Schneider, S2c, Toledo gay holiday festivities held here at V
Ohio, Gilbert S. Brooks, AOM2c NATTCen;"
and Owen p Powell, Bkr 2c Did you ever take part in a
to Bremerton, Wash., John W. round of story telling with several

Swift, Sic to Sampson, N. Y., persons taking part In snoopingfor
Thomas S. Allin, Bkr3c, .to Camp news of recent activities of t
Wallace Texas Alexander Clcc I' NATTCen WAVES, let us read a

ketti, AOM2c to Boston and Dor- few notes from the Dispensary IJrllLsh-born Angela
othy Catania, Sic, to San Francisco then Invite other divisions to add Lansbury of MOM, remembered
; their to this week's narrative
part .
a Z for her parts In "The Picture ofDorian
h 3 The MAA's
start the
Being separated at Jackson'lllewere story: Gray" and"Gaslight.."
"I that Santa C'laucouldn't
Gerald Tinkle, Ptr2c, George am sure She has the part of a dance hall
hare overlooked 01
Wendl, AEM3c, Granville Oltman, topside queen In "The Harvey Girl,"
the Dispensary The 'Dental 1>U-
AEM2c, Donald Gray AEM2c coming here soon.
lien" outdid themselves with the; a
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Wilbert, AEMSc Ott, Bkr2c Donald, James Litmer Hamilton AOM- LT COMDR. E. E, LEITNER LT. COMDK. HUGH CRAWFORD decorations and Christmas tree. It year 1946 taking care of 'my Die

really snowed up there. Who would who caused the office no end of
Ic, and Frederick Weller S2c.Ship's The two doctors above have been released to Inactive duty after' have thought that such delicious
anxiety when We were waiting for
serving at NATTC. Lt. Comdr. Lf'ltnerhose home is in Jacksonville '
-fr Jj- turkeys could have been turner him to call 'Kusty.' Marg's going
was separated late last month and resumed his practice Im- out of that old beat up stove. Boy.' back to Kentucky'sBlue Grass
ProfilesContinued mediately while , Leltner had been on active duty since Aug. 31, WI2. Twenty-six dillles have been getting acquainted (housewife) Striker Redline is all
From Page Eleven months of that time was spent on the USS Destroyer Greene in the with the Medical with the lire set with a scrub brush and accessories -
seasoning, which any patron of Atlantic Caribbean and Mediterranean. He took part in the D-Day watches they have to stand. George and is just waiting for Lloyd
Galley 2 will tell you makes the operations off Normandy and later participated In the invasion of Heed Is back, much to our Joy to get through the transportationtieup
crow something special. southern France. He returned to the United States last January.Lt. There are at least half a dozen on the West Coast. Seem
Bauman is looking forward to Comdr. Crawford, who makes his home in Atlanta, Ga., came Dental Dillies counting points and like the 'stores' are finding other
being a civilian soon and returning here Aug. 31 of last year after 27 months of sea duty. He servedon anticipating the middle of January things to do besides figuring pay.
to his wife and two children in the USS Destroyer Isherwood in the Atlantic and also saw much lied must be atlclpating Me- TUlle Meyer flew home to Shreveport ,
Harrisburg. And also incidentally, action in the late stages of the Pacific campaign. lie plans to take I. GovtatT discharge Judging by the to see the New Year In. Mary j
to food which he can prepare in additional training at Grady hospital In Atlanta. beautiful jewelry for Christmas." Fogarty is going home for a good I
any way his imagination of palateso The Cooks and Bakers continue: old family reunion with all those
directs. "In answer to What's cooklnT' brothers of hers. Jo Lubben did
Library Books with the Cooks and Bakers we wilt such a good job of singing with

Queen Linda fM VN,M. tonw..Z MMtWtf 1'N11' OuF1.Mf tell you that most of us are lookin the choir over Christmas that we
Continued From Page Ten 1 NVf I/VM/ Nf apt/TpM, bR YOY- ; for a new recipe for the next really think she could burst into
RIG FOR DEPTH CHARGES, r .rr .a rOf CR wZs/ 12 months and it won't be one song more often (not that she

Hazlett. from the Navy Cook Book either I needs too much encouragement' ).
Not that we're 'fed ,' but mostof
BEST SUPERNATURAL STORIES up Harriet Leander should Bet a
Lovecraft. us are 'stewing' about discharges real record if she devours all those
THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY This week we farewelled
lengthy books on her recommend.
Louise Frieda Larsen Dot
McCloy. Ferry, ed list Mae Miner and Lucille
tie Catania, and Janie Sev-
FOCUS, Miller Byers. Poodle) Lawrence the southern
THE HIGH Nord- eral Intend to try a slice of Matri-
11 BARBAREE belle twosome, are both humming
hoff and Hall. = monial pie including Fran Snow 'a tune that might sound Ilk* Loh
THREE O'CLOCK DINNER 'Myrt' Heaslip, and Gert Costello
engrin's Wedding March if you t'*
and they all agree it will be N
Pinckney. C ten closely,
t a relief to cock for two instead of
PUZZLE FOR WANTONS
600! Then, of course, there's Fee- Another hand finishes this tale
Quentin.
SHADOW OF A CRIME Rhode ny whose ambition It is to own a commenting on the beautiful J
THE GAUNTLET Street. collection of coffee pots! NewYear's Schuerman-desigmed birthday cake
,
for Betty Hartly shared by
every-
MURDER BOOK Port- c resolutions are beginning to
Viking
one. It is a shame to see such a
take form. and in addition to
able.NOVELS OF SCIENCE .-Reet Thomas in NTSRMDlal.) l Chicago the more conventional ones B. Leslie good piece of work disappear so

Portable. Viking A chief hopped into barracks one M. Holden, M. Waddoups 1>1. quickly-the end cuts going first.

ONE DESTINY, Asch. morning to rouse a sleepy sailor. Schuerman and R. Simon do here- Also enjoyed recently were the
ALL BRAVE SAILORS, Beech- "How did you happen to over- by resolve to miss a FEW nightsat photographs of Eddie Barnett and
,< er, sleep this morning?" asked the Larry's every week posters by Corp. Walter Kworek''
YEARS OF VICTORY, 1802- chief. Disbursing picks up the yarn: that found their way to the WAVE
1812, Bryant. "There were seven of us in the The 'Disbursing Kids', were all barracks The year 1945 has beena
: :MEN WHO HAVE WALKED barracks." came the reply. "and for calling off paydays for the trying but eventful one for NA-
c. fl WITH GOD, Cheney. the clock was set for six." New Year but It seems like that's TTO WAVES. We start 1916 witha
4g THE GERMAN TALKS BACK, agin Navy Re-gS-fio If we're goingto lot of certainty and eagerness for
:M" Hauser. "Waiter I don't like all the flies have them they might just aswell the future.
\ PROMISED LAND, Holbrook. in here." be bigger and better ones I f *
THE CHEROKEE STRIP, "Show me the ones you ('J t Sure going to miss seeing Rusty Visitor: What was your moth-
: James. like and I'll have them thrown out. (Redhead) Hatneld and Marge er's name before she was married?
'{. TREASURY OF SATIRE John- sir" Prldemore on the pay lines a Little Boy: I think it was Pull
.. :< I. they're both striking for little yel- man. That's the name on all of our
.1 P.D.,. ?t $5* son.WELL DONE!, Markey. Sailor (In guardhouse); "My low birds. Rusty will spend the owels.She's .
OBLER OMNIBUS Obler. only crime was being born With
AMERICA'S PLACE IN THE more brains than the First Lieu-
WORLD Peffer. : tenant_and. telling mm so." Okay Either. Way You Look I

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DILEMMA IN JAPAN. Roth. always begin with 'Once upon a
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I shows what the well-dressed bur- TALL STORIES Thomas. Sometimes they begin with 'My II
lesque queen of the Gay 90's HOUSES FOR HOMEMAKERS I. love, I may be a little late tonight; ,, .dt

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