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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 22, 1943
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Vol. 1, No. 4 U, S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA April 22, 1943
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Thwarted Nimrod And Porcine Pals Station Must Share Civilian Shortages I



,-,. t G In Certain Foods, Commissary!. Reveals


c Meat Hardest To Obtain;

.p I 'Sf Easter ServicesIn Ncwl'rcncli Commander May Post Signs Against

f Waste In Mess Halls

I. Station ChapelsTo The proverbial wolf Is knockin

?L : Q ke at the doors of the various mesa
i { halls at the Jacksonville Naval Air
: ; 4: Be ImpressiveCombined Station. A food shortage is not
P i > on the way. It has already ar-

; z Choirs Sing For 4 h rived.Those luscious broiled steaks,

kS First Time At All Saints; breaded veal cutlets, and baked
4 S a chicken with dressing are nothing
y
S Catholic Holy Week Programs -
more than memories today. Men
Listed In the armed service of Uncle Sam
are not living off the fat of the

Combined choirs, featuring near- land. They're finding that the
ly 100 WAVES, officers and enlisted Navy has to pinch and economize)
t' men, will provide appropriatemusic on foodstuffs, even as the civilian.
b for the dignity and sanctityof But don't yap too loudly, fete
A Easter Sunday at All Saint lows! Even though those half inch
Chapel. thick, blood red steaks have been
Under the direction of Frank missing from your plate the last
Marsteller, SPlc, this group of several weeks you haven't suffered
t, Annabelle (he really shouldn't be called Annabelle) Is being; restrained voices will make their first joint any lack of nourishing food.
from expressing-: his true sentiments about the forthcoming barbecueat appearance for the benefit of ser- Uncle Sam Intends to see that
Cecil Field, by SZo Emil Olszowy (left) and AMMSo Clarence vice men at the Station. his fighting forces have the best
Jenneman (left ear) while Lieutenant Nicholas J, Fowler, Cecil FieldO. Tom Perkins, baritone, and Jess and most food obtainable. You
O. D., scratches both ears of Cecil (she really shouldn't be named Gasaway, tenor, will be featured i may not get fried chicken for Sun
Cecil either), most youthful member of the barbecue colony. soloists on the program, which will day dinner, but you'll get food

be presented at 0930, 1100, and equally as healthy, equally as body
will go on the air over station Lieut. Comdr Charles Henri de building, although it may not be
Palter Of Prancing Pigs' Feel WPDQ at 1930. Levis Mirepoix, who resigned his as delectable as that to which you
Selections Announced I post -assistant French Naval at- were accustomed in peacetime, civilian

Numbers to be presented In- tache in Washington when it be- days.
Melodious Now To Cecil's O. D. clude: "In the End of the Sab- came apparent that Vichy was Beef Small Problem Now
bath," by Oley Speaks; "Sancts,"' leaning toward the Axis, is the Time was when the shortage of
Gounoud's St. Cecilia Mass; "Oh I new commanding officer of the beef was about the only worry
Sacred Head Now Wounded," by Fighting French Detachment here. along the food line, but that didn't
Seaman Guard's Sudden Bach. He relieves Lieut. Andre Gibert present any major problem because -
Safari Stopped 15 RecommendedFor Services in All Saints Chapelwill who will be transferred to other there was a plentiful supply
Swiftly
be held at the regular hours. duties aoon.Officers. of pork, poultry, veal and lamb.
Saving Sundry Skins, Including Special emphasis is being placed -- Beef still is a major problem-

Lt. Fowler's V.12 TrainingFinal upon the sunrise communion ser- during one period of 10 days not a
vice at 0700. The service for the
To Don single, solitary quarter of the savory
Recruit Center will be at 0830
By Lieut. M. E. Benson bovine was in the cold storage
and for the NATTC at 0930. i iI plant according to the commissary
Test Decides Candidates -
z The patter of little feet is sweet Chaplains are emphasizing the Slate Soon officer-but that's just a small
F music to the ears of Lieut. Niche For Navy's College sacred rite of Baptism at 1100. I Gray item now. Meat adjuncts, which

olas J. Fowler, permanent O.O.D.at R E. Donovan Those desiring to have their children have proven sufficient substitutes
Cecil Field-and the little feet Program; baptized contact the
may In Summer Work for one of the service man's favorite
feet-NOT >ickled. Has GradeThe office to for this Change
are pigs' t Top chaplain's arrange dishes, are becoming equally
A few weeks ago he regarded sacrament. A number of families ing Uniform Announced; difficult to obtain.

them a nuisance: anything but process of selecting the have already signified their desireto Provides Better ProtectionTo Poultry is virtually non-existent
sweet music. Then came the day brightest boys from among the present their children at that hereabouts, and it'll be a monthor
of his conversion. And what was I I bright ones applying for Navy's time. Forces Afloat more before the new supply of
then a dirty little pig-Is sweet V-12 college training program for The evening vesper service will barnyard fowl becomes available.
Cecil now! student officers is entering its final be broadcast over WPDQ as usual Officers of the United States Veal has become something to be

His telephone rang."There's phase with the Educational and will feature Easter music and Naval service within a short while dreamed of but seldom, if ever,
Office's announcement that 15 an Easter message from the chap- will have a new slate gray sum- seen.
pigs at large on the station -I candidates from this Station have lains. mer working uniform, according to The cards are on the table. Un
sir. a Marine guard's voice II. been recommended as qualified for Holy Communion will be observed an announcement by the Navy De- cle Sam's service men are not going

reported. the coveted course. at 1930 Thursday in the partment.The to be hungry, but they may
"There" are pigs at large on the These 15 young men passed the Protestant Chapel and on Fridayat change "made after months not be able to get the delectable
station, the OOD. told the Fire the hour Good of ," ij the result
difficult final general Intelligenceexams same a Friday experimentation dishes which have been availableto
Chief ""how many men can you with the highest grades: service will be held there All of the Navy's search for a color them to date in the service.
spare? Protestant chaplains on this and which would be "less conspicuousthan "If you don't get beefsteak as
He mustered two more from the R. E. Donovan, ARM3c, home town,
Cincinnati, Ohio J. W. Crawford S2e, outlying stations are expected to the present khaki and provide often as you used to, lay it to the
Seaman Guard and sent them ;
attend the latter event, it is under- the "
tile lard. Sarasota. Fla.; W. C. Gibson AM2e, greater protection to forces war effort, says Capt. Jacob M.
chasing squealing "
stood. afloat the announcement said. Bregar of the Commissary De
With A & R, Thomasville. Ga.; J. R. O'Connor
picks and shovels and
St. Edwards: Services Little change, other than smaller partment. "The Commissary Department
A.S., Cecil Field,
Binghamton,
forty-fives they set out to make services will be observed
Special size lower will be is .
patch pockets I having head.
the for their lives and N. Y.; T. A. Lynch, AOM2e. A & R, many
pigs run
at 1930 at St. Edwards
tonight
made in the design of the coat, aches these days trying to get
the Tacoma, Wash; F. l. St. John, F2c,
to at whites
shoot of
even
Chapel as a part of Holy Week
Garden which will have buttons of blue- enough meats, vegetables and
their eyes, as the O.D. had directed Yard department City, Long ceremonies. Mass was held this
black plastic. Shoulder marks will fruits to keep on giving an
Island, N. Y.; W. L 'Durden. YJe, you
Shore Petrol, Brunswick, Ga. R. F. morning at 0700. be of flexible material, slate gray, abundant ration and a balanced
"There are pigs at large on the ; "
Friday mass also will be at 0700
while black braid and black em- menu
station, sir," the O.D. told the Kadmgo, AMM3c. A & R, New York
while the Mass of the Pre-sancti-
I'lOnt..ln City; J. M. Lane, AMM3c A & R, broidered insignia will be used. I Florida Vegetables Short
"- fied will be event at 1930 to
"There'd: better be," the captainsaid. Jersey City, N. J.; E. M. Hoist! an Articles making up the uniform Florida vegetables, counted uponto
"Toward those pigs I'm right AMM3c Lee Field, Pueblo, Colo.; P. morrow. will be coat and trousers, gray provide a green foods diet for
partial. If spoils bar- W. DeMilly, Side, Division S2, Talla. Saturday morning services at shirt with collar insignia, black I service men, were hard hit by a
anyone my St. Edwards will be at 0630 while
tie, black shoes, black or
becue plans I'll give him a court has., Fie.; F. A. Gauerke, AMMJc, I'confessions will be heard from gray severe cold snap several weeks
lartial." L.. Field Bloomfield, N. J.; P. R. socks, plain visored cap with black ago. Tomatoes, string beans
1600 to 1800 and from 1950 to
W' The Marines. Firemen and Seaman Gilmer AOM3c, VT8, Portsmouth, O.; 2100. braid chin-strap and slate gray squash and cucumbers will be late
Guard had sighted their B. H. Sparks HA2e, M-l I division, cap cover and shoulder marks. reaching market, and the quantitymay
prey High will be observed at
and were closing in hard when the Bakersville, N. C.; C. S. Whitmore, 1100 mass Although the uniform may be be considerably less than had
Sunday at which the choir
worn as soon as available, offi- been
AM MZc, Lee Field Gainesville! Ga. expected.
:
O.D. got three trucks from the
will
sing "Mass of the Angels"Regular
will be
cers permitted to wear
to recall them Scores from 95 Dono- Quantities of oranges and grape..
yard from their ranged by mass will be at 0630, khaki during the necessary transition fruit also
were frozen.
mission.A to 85.25 Whitmore while
van by 0700, 0830 and 0900 Sunday. period
marksman had just drawn a the 60 unsuccessful candidates all Usual hours for services will "Therefore if these Items are
Arrangements to
are underway
bead on his prey, when a truck graded below the 85.25 mark. be observed at Lee and Cecil missing from your tray you know
dye to the approved color khaki the "
dashed up and the driver yelled, All young Navy men betweenthe Fields and at Yellow Water by cloth now in possession of clothing comments.reason Canned why, Capt. Bregar
"Hey!" His shout spoiled the aim ages of 17 and 23 were per members of the Catholic faith. merchants. dried vegetables and
that the marksman had taken, mitted to vie for the V-12 program I for fruits are being" substituted .
saved the life of the shoat and the appointments and preliminary examinations the time being
OO.D.'s bacon. And that's the reduced the number of Butter, a product which has been ,
way, mates, that It happened. I eligibles to 75. The process of Naval Air Gunners School Is First been reasonably plentiful to date, has '
difficult
to obtain
at times
When Comdr. Thomas D. South- elimination narrowed the field
worth, Cecil Field commanding officer down to 15 this week with the last However, the butter situation hart
inspected his new station mental tests. 100% War Bond Station In All U. S. eased peanut somewhat butter have recently.been Jam and

some mouths ago, he discovered a Names of the 15 leaders will tuted substi
for
number of wild pigs over in a now be forwarded to the Sixth (War Bond Box Score on Page 7) tlon's personnel and auxiliary at the Air It Station on numerous of late table
swampy, wooded corner, and madea Naval District wherean and
Headquarters The Naval Air Gunners Schoolat service
fields had been enrolled toward men
are
mental note of the barbecue number of the discovering that a
potential unspecified Yellow Water is the first Naval the 80 mixture of the two
percent goal.
products
when the pigs became a Jacksonville Naval Air Station Station in this command, and as provides
little older. men will be chosen for appoint- far as is known, in the entire To celebrate the success of the Conservation quite a delectable dish.
Nothing of this, however, was ments.A United States to reach 100 per- campaign at the Gunners School, Lieut. Being Pushed
nown to Lieutenant Fowler. And limited number of the boys cent enrollment of Naval personnelin Commander Edward E. Dolecek tion Walter Sledge, conserva
.'hen the report of "pigs at largo" will be taken as a quota of 20 is the "War Bonds by Allotment" commanding officer rewarded the officer here, admits that steps
ame in, he had visions of themon set up for the entire Sixth Naval campaign. officers and men with a picnic and may eventually have to be taken

the landing mart, wrecking District, in which this station is As the final week of the April special chow. WAVES Louise A. but to prevent waste in mesa hails

plan*, instead of grunting -hap. located geographically, although a I bond drive drew to a close, a little I Powell, S2c, and Claire Stevenson. says:

Contlifei on page three Continued oa pale three better than 50 percent of this sta- Continued on piig* three Continued- oa pale threeI


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Page Two _. .. JAX AIR NEWS. 'April 22.. 1943
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Funzafire, Lively LB CIS 'r -White v Caps[; c.d'I i it? I arit Barracks 't'



U0 Musical Revue, A'About Column the'Of WAVES Spray Officer Personnel



Plays' Here May '3-4 11 '!2L1:: i c-fr- standing The' sailors by six-deep and Marines waiting were for Changes Are Made.


tl fll') their WAVES shipmates as tlry

: j I :$enny )Meroff Headlines starboard scurried fore top-side and aft and, port below and, Ma'or'Guy) B. Smith's De-

ii New Stage Show; Audi- sleeves rolled up, hair tied up, tachment Most Recent Of

fence Will Take Part In Acts busy with swabs and pails and Series; Relieved ,By Ca'pt.C. .
; i .S' chanced to
ladders. Maybe you

v'Funtafire:! lively musical comedy ( drive through the WAVES Area R. Emrg ,

revue with a cast of 25 entertainers .1'L' recently and noticed girls clingingto recent
changes officer
Many
the window sills? The occasion
,, will be presented at the Main
Station auditorium at 7 and 9 ? You guessed H. FIELD DAYat personnel at Marine Barracks,' of

deck, Monday night, May 3, and the WAVES Barracks! I which Lieutenant-Colonel Chester

another performance will be given M. Gawne, USMC (ret,) Is Com-

\ at the NATTC auditorium Tuesday The Navy 1 Is TOPS with the girls manding Officer will be shown by,
evening, May 4, from Jacksonville who come out
'A hellzapoppin sort of show, for Ship's Dances every Saturday the MAY 1 Roster of Officers-of

Funzafire is a brand new edition night. These girls come from the the Naval Air Station.

of 'the slapstick revue which pre finest homes in Jacksonville They Marine Barracks is the perma-

miered the whole USO-Camp had been to many other service nent Marine Post here, includingthe
Shows entertainment program in dances but after their visit to the

1941. It's pure, undiluted comedy, Ship's Dance on this station they Paymasters Office for all Ma-

according to the advance notices. went away singing to the Navy J! tine posts and stations in Florida

The action takes place all over I -Smooth sailing, mates! with the exception of pensacola,

the theatre: in the balcony, up I and the Quartermasters depart-.(
and down the aisles, in the pit, HEARD ON THE AVENUE: A |
| ment serving all Marines on this
and occasionally on the stage. Actors WAVE was reading her mail and |
station, as well as the Guard Com-
break Into each other's routines chuckling to herself. When asked I
which is charged with the
heckling, ribbing, ad-libbing. what was so funny, she replied: I i security pany of this station and of Lee
The audience stooges plentyandlikes "My pal's letters are crazy. They | and Cecil Fields.
it." never say a thing. She writes just
Most recent change in officer
The headliner of Funzafire is what she thinks!" I
I personnel was the detachment of
t tr i
versatile Meroff
Benny expert '
B. Smith
Juggler, dancer and bizarre leaderof AHOY! Get in the pink and in Major Guy Paymaster
a 10-piece band. Meroff also the swing for the Jitterbug contest i I here for more than a year Major
and Mrs. Smith left for his '
acts as emcee of the show. The to be held May 1. Sponsoredby i new
station last week. Major Smith
rest of the cast of talented vaudeville the WAVES, the contest will
musical comedy and night bring together all those on board i was relieved by Captain Carl R.

club performers include Whitey who shake the hoof and have jive Emig. Also new in the Pay department -
Is Clerk
Roberts in "Laffs Insurance"; Jack for their hobby. I' Pay Samuel F.

Cwynne & Co., "The Master of fltl s t J1 Watch for the posters' and the Leader. Other Pay here Department officers *

Deception"; Mage & Karr, "Sophis next issue of the JAX AIR NEWS I' on duty for some time '

ticated Dancers"; AI DeVito in =o rev44z- ON.. for time, place, rules, judges and i are Pay Clerks John C. Hudock
and Evan D.
Davies Jr.
The King's Jester"; Kitty Mc- other details. Meanwhile, clear I ,
Laughlin in "Aero-Maniacs"; Bob the deck and polish off those Another recent change was the
Of It" Rita De- 'steps! i I detachment of Captain Arthur C.
Craig, "The Long ; Kid Salvage I 1 Prine to Fort Lauderdale. Captain
Vere, "The American Wonder '
Prine has been with Marine Barracks
Girl" Professor- Cheer "Ripley I' Night Life j i for some time, having served
Wouldn't Believe It"; Betty Lee, I'
"Charming Xylophonist"; Sdphie I Commercial; 8th Or 9th The life of the WAVES night!. as commanding officer of the

Parker, "A Ton of Fun"; Charles I i Copy O.O.D. is not dull though it is'' Guard Company before becoming

Mariana, "The Short Of It", and I calculated to deflate the ego of j' Executive Officer. On his detachment

others. I Bulletin Can Part In i the unfortunate officer. It's not First Lieutenant Loyce C.

-- ---- Play the innumerable and almost unanswerable Bites formerly of the Guard Company -

This special feature will appeareach 'I questions that do this, was made Post Adjutant and

Airport Traffic Control week offering readers of the Battle's OutcomeSmall but the telephone calls. Public Relations officer as well as

School For WAVES HereA Jax Air News the advantages! of 1 The phone rings. "Waves O.O.D. commanding officer of the bar

a classified ad column. Items for' Ensign Whoosit speaking." racks detachment.

class for Control Tower operators this column are published free of Details Add .To !I "Hello. Can you tell me how to There have been no recent
Up get date with WAVE changes in the Quartermaster department
for WAVES is being taughton charge and should reach the editorial a a ? -

the station. The subjects taken office, Room 221, Administration Key Factor For Big Tasks !| O.O.D., thinking that the gentle- 1 headed by Captain Kort-

are the new combined radiotelephone Annex, not later than Tuesday Of j. man has forgotten the name of the right Church but within the past

up procedure, airways traffic noon the week of publication. Supply DepartmentIn i girl but strongly suspecting that two months there has been an al-
I! he wants the WAVES Barracks most complete change in officer
,
control and civil air regulation.The FOR KENT I ?
sometimes told
Supply we
instructed are \ asks: "What kind of WAVE did '!< personnel in the Guard Company.
class is being by Double room ne>t to bath. 2774
those from "
by other activities that you want ? | Commanding officer ofthe
Freddie J. Webb, AMMlc, USN, Fork Street, 2-6689.
a graduate of the Civil Aeronautic Two double bedroom with adjoining ;!I their idea of how to become a success "Oh", a little one about five feet i Guard Company is Captain Gerald
I
Administration School for airport bath. 3616 Trask Avenue 2-1262. I I in our work is to learn first, four. j Feuille, who relieved Captain Ja-
"I didn't mean that. I meantare son M. Austin two months ago.
traffic controllers. Two double bedrooms with adjoin i "to pass the buck and make nine
!
Students in the class are: Lo- you calling an officer or an Other company officers are: Cap-
bath double with hate
ing or room pi "
reine Jenkins, S2c Florence Eng- bath. 2830 Park Street 2-6298 I i copies. Peihaps we have been enlisted girl." tain John W. Finney and First

jitrom, S2c, Josephine White S2c. Double room, 2715 Oak Street 22195.i i' misunderstood, because from ex- "My Gawd, an enlisted!' girl, Lieutenant James D. Carter who
Farnham, S2c, Helen perience we have gleaned that: of course" He needn't have been reported here for duty In mid-
Florence beds, In \
Room with twin privatehome.
Grad S2c Audrey Boehm, S2c, I The Naval Supply System Is definitely quite so emphatic, we think. |! March; Second Lieutenant Milton
Tile bath and shower: on AirBase _
Helen L. "big business". Giant ; A. Hull, just back from completion
Margaret Schreiner, S2c, < route at 1140 Ingleslde A\enue, I
ican industrial I Then there' the bright of an advanced course in bay-
Willison( S2c, Marguerite Webster 25430.: Amer-1 young I
S2c, Regina Donovan. S2c, Ina Bedroom with twin beds end adjoin : their magnitude of man Mho knows' everything. onet fighting and judo on the
Brewton S2c, Willa Graff, S2c, become tradition. Our own "WA\o'S O.O.U., Ensign; Lambkin : West Coast and Second Lieutenant -
ing bath. 3557 Herschel Street, I
S2c. 2.302S.I system is reaching into shores and ," the conservation begins John F. Gresham.
.Ann Mitsch, .
Ith
bedroom connecting
Front ,
__ __t |-- territories that they have never "Is Lana Turner there?" I Guard company officers here
.
1534 Marco Place (So. Jax.) 8-1883. II
undertaken.A "I think you have the wrong during the past several months,
Shell Diet Helps Hens Double corner bedroom, 1509 Murray good man In Supply becomes number." I I who were recently detached for

,
Ditte 28284.
proficient in numerous phases of I "No, I haven't. She sleeps In prospective combat duty were Second
kitchenette and bath. 419
Produce More Eggs Bedroom supply work usually specializing in the eat wing topside." Lieutenants William A. Meadows -
5-8239.
American housewives have Park Street home i several of these. From this so "If you know that much about Hudgins R. Smith and Rob-
I Double bedroom In new private
been cooperating In the nation' called "buck passing" vital Information her why don't you try getting ert W. Ward.
meals and of
with -
two a day use complete
conservation program for many I! house Mrs. Terry 94401. 4516 is gathered The more we her right telephone number" we I Also attached to Marine Bar-

month. They've carefully strained Redwood Avenue So. Jax), near are able to cross reference, the snap a* we hang up. racks is Second Lieutenant AlanB.

their greases, saved their tin ;, Bolles' School Ferry. more complete and up to the min --- i{ Hobbs, citizen of Jacksonville) ,

sans and even contributed valuable I Double bedroom next to bath. 2774 ute our data will be. Everything, it seems, happens to1;who is now at the Naval( Air Sta-

aluminum pot to the government I Pa ik Street, 2-6<;S9.I I It Is a longway from the factory I,, this same unfortunate O.O.D. The tion Hospital, convalescing from
to the fighting zones in new hospital rather terrified wounds received
but they ha\en't anything I I Living room and bedroom with kitchen I I corps In action on Guad-
on the mess. halls at this privileges. 1318 Avondale Menue I many lands and oceans. Supply at the prospect, were going onward a canal. On his recovery he will

Station.At 2-5259. must see that the goods get there duty for the first time on report for duty with Marine Barracks -

this great e/+tablishmentthey're Bedroom In private home 2935 Harvard -and on time.' THe "eighth or II'I Monday morning in their neatly .
,
saving everything from 22101. ninth copy" may be the reason pressed new blue smocks As six. ------ -----
Avenue
shells to bone from meat- bath. they did. ,I twenty the phone in the O.O.D.'s
egg Front with adjoining
room Lieut.
when they can get the meat. 3409 St. Johni Aenue, 2-4330.: We can ground our plane for I office rings. "WAVES O.O.D." i. H, E. Jones

The shell off the eggs you Huge master bedroom and private lack of a propeller or a tailwheel. A tremulous voice, practically Goes To ACI School 'S
A man In the Pacific can't tear-filled reported "My roommateand .
get: at breakfast time are being bath In riverfront home I In Ortega.All ground t tLieut.
used to feed the producers conveniences Including kitchen his-his one flight may save many I have both locked the keysto t
Harold E. Jones, one of I
lives. It is our closet inside.
What
Supply's Job to shall
Lieut. Wal see
thereof, according to
piillleges. 4637 Ortega Blvd 2-2869. the
original staff of instructors!
that he does we do?
t ler Sledge, ('on**al5on officer I Entire upstairs, containing large bed- ggt-that prop or tail- the Officers' Indoctrination School I
wheel so that he "That's all right. the
can 'emflying"
"keep says I
.
.f the Station They're groundup
loom. small bedroom and glassed In at Student Officers' Headquarters,
|
O.O.D. reassuringly, "sometime to-
and go right back to providefood I porc-h. One room be used as will
may leave
i tomorrow for Quonset
for (the fowls that supply I We complain because rationing : day we will get someone to take I
7.8203.FOR I
kitchen. 2541 Post Street pinches I the doors off. There Point R. I., where h* will enter
the -ai well a' those that a luxury or two and wehaven't are no dup-I
eggs SALK i the Air
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had an inch thick steak j licate keys 1
twcoiue food to tickle the (palates Flu room bungalow for sale by I II School.
for some time. It is I "But our uniforms are insde.
f service men.Hone ; Supply's job
> hungry owner. 4632 Blackburn Road (Lake his
Receiving indoctrination
to see that our mates miles from\ 1 Both of them, persisted the wail."You'll .
*, fatand greases are Shore) with (lie bath sun porch laun- course at
Quonset during August,
nowhere their | just have to without
are getting bacon go
, not ma*ted. Hone are ground tubs In awnings, exhauxt
dry garage September and October In the
: and for breakfast If them. How could both of be I
eggs they you
tip and utilized for a worthwhile fan In attic and venetian blinds. Will ; class of
I 4-42. Lieut. Jones assumed
have time to cat It. so stupid at the same time. Per
J'url e. I sell equity for late model car and his duties here the latter
during
I There haps this once can borrow
rats and greaser are segregated cash. Contact Mr. Cober. 4632 Blackburn I are virtually no goods that you month.
are nO' longer critical, though of some unifOI ms.
and used l according to their
Road. { in ) Later that day the OO.D.found lie has been an instructor, lecturer -
course,
\alu(. Some of the fats are fold Oil space heater "Estate", practically gieaUy varying degrees. I
in Naval
Supply must be, able to assist in | this choice moisel on her desk. History, and coordinator
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to soap manufacturing I j I determining the degree of seriousness "Never mind about the I locker of
unburned
strained
grease, 193: Chrysler "Six" with o\erdrh Learn" at the school.
111I used for the manufacture of and engine just overhauled Mr. Unite I I I and see that the proper activity -j occupants" of room 117. Both un I Lieut.program Jones will report to
which In turn It utl- i gets the proper priority. hinged. ,
glycerin, Ext. 759.
Quonset April 29, and begin his
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at the enemy tile baths, double garage', oil circulating -i i I tetponeibility to do the most About DungareesDungaree I -....,
_*j '_._- heater, and electric flxtuie. )I: good with what we have in the l ships with the sleeves! ) -- ----

Stripes For VictoriesThe 3738: Hndrlck Au nue. !0)'5810. shortest possible length of time.- cut so that they come to the I New DesignationThe .

three white stripes on thesailor's Motor Skncter) *&0 cesh' Robert C.lacy E C. Rhodes, SK3c. bow and neatly hemmed may f'1.1

collar ate in uco .nit on Y-2 Dhlrlon. Fhone 4C1. ip- worn by station personnel. In Chiif! Commissary Steward*

of Lord Nelson's three frut'p.- I mottle pupa: 2 1.2 wu.nth old rfirt .. Navy ircraft"carriers are the ( case ale dungaree thirts! with long !School' hIM been designated l a*.

val> victories-Cop(nl.tffJ1: Alou- I U-rtU tbol' .'r.l hnd. J. I. Valne, CBM. fastest of any big ships, and almost sleeves to be worn' with the sleeves I "S-10" for purposes of Identification

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.. /' Bolles School, Jjand And I II weather attempted to sabotage the '

'. fifth. Victory Smoker, scheduled to
Ensign Forney To AppearOn ,' be held last week, but the attemptwas

Prpgram,' Apr!) ?9 :I' foiled through the Welfare {
i' Department's' quick"'decision' t9 1QTMENTS ERA }

In observance'wf' HolY'Week*and move indoors to the Recreation
particularly! Holy Thursday( there I'[ theatre hall, wheI'the pe form-

":... Will be ho Victory: Smoker' tdnlght 8,1'.cq.was staged wfth$ .the, usual

at the Mason Field I If' I.success.. .
Chaplain Rotrige said however' I' Marines Entertain. : I

that a week from tonlgh, 'Th' rS- ,'1,1 Chaplain: Henry* (CyJ 5 Rotrigeser'ved
day April '2&at the' usual.-Ifowt as'iriterlocketer.of the show,

1930, the: -sixth-) *VlttQl'y'ASm.olfer I having ,succeeded Lt. "(JJT) W. J.
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.:... will be presented* i (Jack) Lewis, who was detached
| > Arrange For Cast from the station last weekt? Chap-

"; The entire cast for next week's lain Rotrige proved himself equally -
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show. ,has not yet been arrangedbut I as successful, in, staging the
It is alrcady.,,certain that the show as his predecessor had been.
crack Bolles]: S hoo\, Band, a fine I Joe Glennorr presented a black

organization,*from( ross, the St. face comedy skit entitled "WAAC-

Johns River; will.s pply,\he- musical pon". Four' Jacksonville negroes, 11Ti2Zi2

entertainment for the evenng. one of whom is a frequent entertainer ,. .'.o.J' .,
Ensign Robert IL:"FpYhey, Jr.*.I at Jacksonville hotels, illustrated ;' ,
baritone, will sing at the April 29 a few new twists in jitterbugging ;. .. ,. .

S' show. This sixth meeting will These officers, WAVES and enlisted men directed the fire of'the men at the Yellow Water,,Naval Air Gunners
again be held at the Mason Field I The Marines from NATTC were j School, who markman&hlp in the "War Bonds by Allotment" campaign made this station the link

park The special boxing bill, which In the majority among the entertainers In the United States to become 100 percent enrolled for regular monthly war bonds purchase. They are, left
was postponed because of the in Fred Marchu, guitar to right; front row seated: Ensign R. I\ Wagle, Ens. D. M. Boon, Jr., Commander E. E., Dolecek, Lieut. -
door entertainment of last week, player; the Marine Quartette, and Curtis L. Meeks, Lieut. D. R. Barnett. Second row seated: Ensign t" L. Lee, Ensign T. F. Huguenln Lt.
will be on deck for that night's all fine (UC) V E. Mohn, Lt. (Jg/ ) Calder B. Geedy, Lt. (jg) II. I(. Doane, Lt. (jg) II. A. Romberg, Ens. D. C.
soloist
show. an accordian gave Klrkpatrlck, Lt. (Jg) If. D. Benet. Third row seated: Lt. Comdr. N. C. Lee, Clare Stevenson YSc, Lieut.S. .
Chilling winds and unseasonable : performances. II.:: Wager. Loupe A Powell S2c, Lt Comdr. A. \V. Neal. Standing left to right: Lieut. (jg) J. A. Walters

Lieut. M. S. Warner, Lieut. C. M. Purdy, Lt. (jg) K. E. Jones. Lieut. F. T. Merrill, Lteut. (jg) T, O.
Station Must Share Naval Air Gunners School Gardner, Ensign R. \V. Foster< Lieut. II. L. Reese, Lieut. (jg) O, W. Bishop, Jr.. Ensign W. J. Costello, Jr.,

(onIInurd from page one I Continued from. pone one Lt. (jg) A. L. Skinner, Ensign T. J. Lamb. A. L. Montgomery RMSc, Howard Heard, (CSpO).

"I haven't made sufficient Investigation Y3c, received gold identification ---- --- --
as yet to determine I bracelets for their voluntary work Orlando. Yeomen Albert Riley andB.

just exactly what should be done." I during the Gunners School inten Drive To Enlist17YearOIds C.also Harbuck in the, from state handling NACSB, New Way Set Up

While not flatly saying so, he ;I sive campaign. A huge thermometer were
intimated Jt was entirely possiblethat sign on a building with red As publicity assignments in connec- For AddressingMail
I tion with the drive.
posters may be placed in mess I paint spurting from the crown Comdr. Stockton Speaker
1 halls soon, emphasizing that "no over the sides serves as an illustration
seconds," will be served. .. of the station's smashing Fliers PushedFlorida Commander S. M. Nordhouse To Men HereBox
Lieut. Sledge declared "We wantto triumph. U S N R, Officer in Charge of
NACSB scheduled to address
have the best and plenty of it, i Personnel Leads Here was
the Florida Legislature, in Tallahassee Numbers Are Assigned j
but waste must be eliminated. Thisfood )
i I Four divisions have reached or Jaycees Sponsor on the V-5 campaign, whilein
bad.
situation Is
pretty surpassed the station goal of 80 Jacksonville Commander Gil- To Various DepartmentsAnd I
Service men can help by not State-wide Naval Aviation
I percent. The Personnel office, division I christ B. Stockton, from the Na- Units On StationA i
become
their to
permitting "eyes I X-l, led the Main Station val Air Station
Campaign Among High was guest speaker -
bigger than their stomachs. In change in the method of addressing
departments with 91 percent of its I at a Junior Chamber of Commerce -
other words, don't take more on School GraduatesThe
mall to departments,
personnel enrolled Supply department i luncheon here Tuesday. '
your plate than you can possibly 88 percent; Naval Training The Jaycees are beating the units, or activities as well as per-
consume.* Station (Administration) 85 per- Navy's program of flight I drums for the Naval Aviation I II sonnel at the Jacksonville Naval
Clean; Your Plate training drew state-wide attention I Air Station, effective May 1, has
cent; and Lee Field (Ship's Co.) I training program now open to 17- :
While garbage is not wastedit 83 percent are the other leaders. this week as Junior Chamber of year-old high school graduates and been announced in Station Order
is sold on contract to be used I Thirteen units have reached the Commerce; groups scattered from seniors in the upper scholastic male No. 36-43, issued April 15, by the

for stock feeding purposes--Lieut. : 100 percent mark within their Pensacola to Key West sponsored half of their class. These lads I commandant of the Naval Air Station 1

Sledge strongly advocates that i partments. They are : Fire : "Florida Naval Aviation Week," may enlist now and complete their' Captain Stanley J, Michael.
service men see that their platesare I Police dept.; Main Station de-I; April 1925. high school education in June, af- All persons Interested in deter-
clean when they finish eating The observance featured bya should be
General Station Rated was ter which they will be sent to college mining how their mail
"It's better to take a smaller I WAVE Galley; Student Officer I campaign to enlist more fledgling for eight months before going addressed to insure delivery should

helping when you go through the Mess; Commissary Bldg.; Supply fliers from the ranks of 17-yeai- through 18 months of training at study the4 station order as Issued.

chow line, and then go back for Bld#., (officers and men); NTS old high school seniors and grad- Naval Flight Prep, W T. S. and by Captain Michael.
more If you find you want it, than Platoon 110; Plane Crew No. 4 uates. Pre-Flight Schools and the Navy'sAir The only two departments or
to pile your plate high and then VPB2 No. 1; and Squadron VPB2 I Newspaper articles, pictures and Bases and Air Stations. It is mall units on the station which '

leave half the food untouched. No. 2. Third Division, Student Officers full-page display advertisements in estimated that under this new have large divisions and yet whichare j
When you get 'seconds' don't leave and Ordnance departments.At I key publications throughout the I I training Uncle Sam will too small to warrant a sepa-
program
part of the food on your plate. Be the Naval Training Station, state brought public attention to spend an average of $10,000 on rate box number under the new-

sure: you want" a 'second' before Platoon 110, made up of negro the Navy's V-5: program as Jaycee each cadet before he is commissioned system are the Yard and Com
you ask for It men, attained 100 percent enroll leaders and officers from the Na. and ready for combat duty. missary Departments. Under the
While nobody is going to suffer ment. : val Aviation Cadet Selection Board present system the Unit Mail ,Address -
Navy fliers in action in the seven
from lack of food the picture Large posters and stickers eight in Atlanta, visited schools to Interview in of John Roe Doe Sic, as-
I skies and training throughout
painted by Capt. Bregar and Lieut. feet by two feet and others ,two by prospective applicants for the United States will take pridein signed to duty at the boat house
Sledge offers a general idea of I Yard is
one have been prepared by the enlistment. the reassuring knowledge that Department :
what may be in store for service Public Works department and will Touring the state from NACSB "John Roe Doe, Sealc
their ranks are increasing dally
men aboard the Station. 'Those In be posted on the barracks of all were Lieut. R. K. (Dick) Brown, such campaigns as the I Y-2
charge of feeding thousands here units which attain one hundred USNR, one time University of Florida through drive now under U. S. Naval Air Station
are doing a tremendous job. You percent enrollment. Every effort Florida football star; Ensign John jfr way Jacksonville, Florida
can cooperate with them by usinga is being made to contact all per- W. Fuller. Jr.. USNR; and Ensign -- Under the new system his ad

little common sense in procur- sonnel in each department to acquaint Jack Kline USNR, formerly of Return Lost Articles dress will be:
ing food for your plates and by them with the value of the I Personnel who lose articles "John Roe Doe, Seale
eating all of it once you ask for present campaign MayI should notify the Executive Office Box 31, No. 2
Frank I
It or let it be put on your tray. See DltKlon Officer Sinatra so that the loss may be publicized N.A.S Jacksonville, Florida."

--- ----- Complete information, bianks'l promptly in the "Plan Of The I Under the present system the
and forms may be Appear On Station Day." Personnel who find articlesare mail address of personnel attached -

BirthsAt division officers and group chair : asked to turn them in promptly to "heavier than air observa
Navy Frank Sinatra who was selectedas to the Chief of Police, Yard de- tion heavier than air cruiser
men.War bond allotments be partment Administration Annex scouting (operational trainingunit
St. Vincent's Hospital, Jack- may the "Best Singer of 1912" by ,
sonville made out to a beneficiary who receives the Music Corporation of America, building The JAX AIR NEWS ) No. 1 squadron" is:
: the bond as part or the will probably come to the stationon also will publish "lost" and "found" "VO-VCSOTU) No. 1 SquadronU.
Musician and Mrs. Ernest Lee a S. Naval Air Station
owners estate, should such settle- May 10 for several days appearance Items in the commercial bulletin ,. I
daughter, Karen Lee WednesdayApril Jacksonville Florida.
ment be necessary or a co-owner it was learned here late column. ,
li.Seaman. Under the new system this complicated
be who legally \s
may assigned can yesterday afternoon. >(-
and Mrs James Henry a address will be simplified]
of
bond without .
cash
your process Although all arrangements for
son James Francis Wednesday, April law or Change in Ferry Schedule as follows:
cour his appearance here have not been
II. Bonds may be secured on monthly completed, Sinatra agreed tentatively There has been a change in one "Box 23
'Ensign and Mrs Emil A. Klumpar or quarterly basis. The $625, by phone on May 10 as the time schedule of the Ferry leavingthe N.A.S. Jacksonville Florida."
a son Da\ld Michael Wednesda, $12.50, or $25, allotment each probable date of his arrival here. Bolles' school dock for the sta- I All hands can ascertain their box

i .April 14. month will buy a $25, $50: or $75 Sinatra who is now singing with I tion. The time change has been number by consulting the alpha-
t Mr. and )I-.. Donald W Garrett bond respectively each quarter the Saturday night "Hit Parade", from 0830 to 0820. The Ferry will betical activity: list, but should

I a son Donald Wayne Wednesday Allotments of $18.75, $37.50, or was formerly a featured vocalistfor make an additional run dally leav- there be doubt, any individual can
April liAviation. $75 each month are turned into Tommy Dorsey, He broke all ing the station dock at 1850 and obtain his! correct box number by

I Machinist's Mate and Mrs bonds immediately and forwardedto attendance records when he appeared the Bolles' dock at 1920. telephoning the Directory. Station

James W. Rentlers, a son, James you monthly in the form of $25, at the Paramount Theatre Post Office, extension 8414. J

Whaley, Thursday, April 15. $50. or $100 bonds, respectively.The recently. He Is now the featured RecommendedContinued t

Ensign and Mrs. Clyde B. Jones, a Secretary of the Navy has star at the Rio Bamba: Club In from page one J
Field Men
asked that all men participate in Lee
son, George David, Thursday, April New York City. separate command.It .
this campaign. The War Bonds,
15.: -%jqn is expected the first group to
office on the station will direct Are AdvancedAdvancements j
Seaman and Mr., Otis Peppers a chairmenIf receive training at one of the
to their
applicants group Pratter of Prancing Pigs
daughter Paula Earllne Friday, April they have not been able to find nation's leading colleges will report of enlisted men at I!
I Continued from page one for their studies on or about .
1$. the proper men in their division. Lee Field from Seaman Second ..
In their forest refuge. July 1. Other quotas are expectedto
Lieut, and Mrs. A. B. Beattle. a pity
"Buy bonds in 43 for prosperityin Class (except one man advanced
out of the be established later. I
never come
on, Anthony Bartholomew, Jr., Friday "They from Sealc to various
53" is the motto of the station woods to bother us-ever," Lieu- Successful candidates may express ) new ratIngs
April 16. during the campaign. tenant Fowler yesterday ruefully' a preference for courses of effective April 1, have been )

Seaman and Mrs. Gerald Tatter- -'jXt. l r r admitted, "and ever since the day study and a particular field in reported by the Personnel Officer 4 1

shall, a son, Gerald, Jr., Friday, April of the big 'hunt', I've been the which to specialize, although the there as follows:
16. Attention, Artists pigs' best friend and will continue. Navy will make the final decision, BRADFORD Oliver E., to EM3c;
COSTELLO Thomas P., to Seale
Yeoman and Mrs Raymond E. Black- WANTED new Insignia for to be until of course. ;
aby a daughter Judith Ellen, Saturday the Jacksonville! Naval Air Sta- A sort of far-away, roast pork Appointees majoring in medical, FISHER. Albert to Scale, LUTHER,
LYNN ThomasM.
Lawrence B to SC3c ,
April 17.Quartermaster. look came into his intent gray dental, engineering or chaplain ;
and Mrs. Harold Richard tion.All hand with talent for. eyes. He's mess treasurer at Ce- posts will train in varying periodsof ? (from Scale) to SC3c: McKEOVVN
'James B. Jr. to SK3c PAYNE, Lloyd
a daughter: Margaret Loul:e,, at- drawing, ,painting or cartoons cil Field too, by the way. from six to 12 terms. Other'. :
) urday April 17. should submit their name and But meanwhile the patter of courses will prepare men for deck R., to Seale; PERCEY, Martin War-
Felix, to
Yeoman and Mrs. Francis L. Callen- Unit addresses' to the Assistantto little feet (pigs')-NOT pickled, officers, Marine line.offlcers. sup- I. ren. to Y3c; PIETRELLA
; Samuel, to SC3c.WENDEL.
SC3c PIETRELLA ;
der a son, Alan Bruce, Sunday April the ecutlve: Officer by Yard will continue to he music to his ply corps, aviation cadet training : Raymond A., to SC3c.:
fields.
ears. and other specialized :
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' I' The JAX AIR HKWS U r.bll.h 4 weekly at th. u. S.
w" Naval Air SUtl.. JlMki..tllle, FUrld. fcjr the P.brie Capt. Reuben W. Shrum (ChC). USN
BUtUf Oin.. at ae ea: ."' t. tks c.nr.me.t.
Cpi.. M. 4Utrlb.te4 fro' *t thtrt t. .UIW sad Twenty years ago, It was my rare privilege witha
'lIer Naval p r..*. l at tk. Nail Air' Stati.a, tlae of bluejackets to be, In the city: of Jerusalem
xlllarjr air UtU.. at LH tad Cecil Field., ..* tkNfttftl group was
.. during Holy Week. This city the scene of *o
Air GMBCI'I 6 k..l. DlttrlbttUa U alp JU
tk. Had...rt rf *t tae Naval Air O rdl..aI much of the life of our Lord. As I think back of
TrUU C.....< ..* the! Naval Air TfeckaUU Tr.I.- : the scenes and events of that momentoua visit, what rl

Imf C Btr. do you think stands out most clearly, what left the J

deepest impression on my mind? .'
Br A4.lrU A. B. C*.k, 1.8N.
CUf .1 Naval Air Op ...tl..1 Tr.i.UfCapUU .e Was it the Church of the Holy \,
Sepulchre was it the Via Dolo-
'. with its fourteen stations
S. J. Mlekael V8N, rosa
C.m......,, leading toward the cross, was it ;
Jk k...TUI. Naval Air SUtUa the court of the high priest, or
ACaptaia the site of Solomon's Temple?

J.Ia. /. O'Mallty (MC), 11SH, 4, It was none of these, but rather
C..... that sacred spot, Jesus agonizedin
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prayer the night of his arrest

('..mBdr Edward E. Dolecek WN! and trial. The Crucifixion fol.
anoaadUf Officer, lowed, then the Resurrection
Naval Air Capt. Shrum intercedes for us', because the

C.rruder. D.Ommandinr. 111&11.1, DJo$\G), VSNR, t Master commended his Spirit into God's hands.
Officer, Consideration of the science of the Spirit would
Naval Air' T hacal, [ Tralnlac OaUrll lead us Into the realm of metaphysics. That, to a
bluejacket, Is neither possible nor desirable. The
.t. C.l. William T. Era... VSMC' tlUt), ( thing that seems to concern us i.-.ost deeply is the
CvmrnaBdlaf Officer, e fact that Christ commended to God the most im-
Marine AviatUa Detacbre.tLed. portant part of him His Spirit. For, after all,
the most important part of any man is not his body
( Col. Chester L. G.w.e, 1'8MC Utfo&), nor his belongings, but his Spirit. To those of us
f CommandlBK Officer, in the Service, how fortunate that is. Every man
, Marine Barrlt'll. contributes to his outfit to the extent of his Espritde
.- Corps He may possess phenomenal strength, a
('...->.Bder Charles G. Sk.oe. A-AUi( WNR, keen mind, and clever hands, but if he lacks Spirit
CmmBdlBK Officer;; his contribution will fall far short of what it other-
AaailUry Naval Air Station LH Field wise might be. Jesus* last words as he hung upon

the cross were these: "Father, into Thy hands I
mMinder Tkma 1) $.othw.rtb. A-\ C.), V8MR, commend My spirit."

Comoatadior Officer, At this Easter season, nothing could be more
Naval Air St.tie. XII Field
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Avalllarr fitting than that we, in the fullness of faith, com-
mend our Spirits to the bringing about of victory

A Thought, for .the Weefc: in this war for "freedom of speech, freedom of
worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear."
Shed a tear-a great big crocodile ont-

for some of these folks who/ HAD to give

vp so much to come into the Navy. "< '
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Easter comes to us again Sunday. In the ( ingLan
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midst of this intensive business of war a The Shove Off New Year Shooting \... ",. \...... ..

day of deep religious significance will remindus -....:-.... : '
They had been sitting in the Students were being interviewedat ... .. : -.
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of one of the most dynamic things we _. __ .
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swing in the moonlight alone. No the Aviation Ordnance School. _. ..:
are fighting for the freedom of religion. word broke the stillness of the NATTC, for billets at the Naval "
l Christianity has been denied or throttledby night for half an hour until Air Gunner's School One of the
the enemies of our country. In Germany "Suppose you had money," she Interviewing officers asked a man a. By Steve Kalagian, Y2c !

'i fanatical Nazis compel the people primarilyto said. "What would you do?" if he was familiar with firearms. Light up, mates, and listen to this one it
He threw out his chest, in all "Yes," the man replied.
Y2c but an
concerns Joseph Madenjian, now a ,
worship their pagan symbol of hate, the glory of young manhood. "I'd "What have you fired?" asked apprentice seaman when this story took place .
Adolph Hitler; in the empire of Hirohito a travel." the officer."A He'd been in the Personnel office just a few days
willingly tyranized people] pay homage to a He felt her warm hand slide into shotgun," said the man. when he decided to get some information from a
colorless bespectacled man who as ruler his. When he looked up she was "Done much shooting?" certain department on the station. He dialed a
In his hand was a nickel.- "Well, no not much. I fired it
gone.
number and to answered he
the first man who ,
to them the "Rising Sun. "
represents <( asked tell where I find Seaman
you me can
But Christians in America believe in God NAS, Banana River.) ----i I- Joe Doakes?"

and in the Gospel of His only begotten son, Reason For MaJ'essJohnny ;; "No"the voice replied, "but if you call the

Jesus Christ. We are proud of our faith and Amen Personnel office, they can tell you."
Doe the Aviation
Jr. of
"This is the Personnel office," Madenjian returned
unshakable in the conviction that ours is a
Radio School observed
was by
Any girl can be gay in a classy: still unperturbed. "Who are you?"
righteous cause. Navy men in combat zones the watch standing instructor tying ?"
coupe; "COMMANDER Bowman, and who are you
are demonstrating that conviction with their In a taxi they can be jolly knots in the cord attached toMs "Why, I'm Apprentice. Seaman JosephMadenjian.
glorious deeds in the air and on the sea. But the girl worthwhile head phones. When questionedby ,"
the Is the girl who can smile the instructor as to the reason In other words a commander heeds a formal
church chapelof
So Easter attend or
on When you're bringing her home on for the somewhat unusual act of
introduction to speak to Madenjian.It's .
your own faith. Give thanks that this a bus or trolley. sabotage, student Doe asserted,
freedom is still yours. For it is in times of -From BANANA PEELINGS. "Of course, I'm not a Nazi. I
strife like these that the real importance of Banana River.) was just trying to slow up those all In a day's work for Seaman Cecil Wolfson,
damn dots and dashes." one of the cashiers at Ships' Store Ashore: Notonly
religion becomes apparent to men and women -- does he tear out ration coupons for people

everywhere.Go Frustration Cootie Champagne; who seem to have difficulty keeping count of them,
to church. It is one thing people in Blue eyes gaze in mine- I but occasionally he even entertains babies while
Vexation "The cooties were biting, cham- their mothers are pre-occupied with their ration
of free
nations cannot do matter
enemy as a Sweet hands clasped in mine- pagne was 17 cents a quart, so a 'books Quite a versatile boy, this Seaman
personal choice. PalpitationFair bath in the bubbly stuff seemed Wolfson .
-. n.B hair brushing mine- like a pretty smart thing to do."
ExpectationRed And that was exactly what Lieut. x
Give 'Em A Ride Okey, Charlie since we'll fell the
lips close to mine-- 0. V. August did in Casablanca, you insist
one about Walter Couzirn and that bit of 'femin
according to the Associated Press.
The manner in which automobiles by-pass Temptation The Navy lieutenant said he ine pulchritude" In the Communication* office "
the stairs
Footsteps on
service men, both on the Air Station grounds, Damnation. was downed during landing oper interferes with his yard mall schedule. 'hO.

and between here and Jacksonville, would I -From THE WILDCAT, NAS, ations. He was lodged for one
seem to indicate that many motorists are St. Simons Island, Ga) night in an old horse stable wherehe Did you hear about the first class petty officer
cold] shouldering the Share-the-Ride Clubs, caught a "beautiful case" of I who went to call for his date at the WAVE bar
Wrong Number? cooties. Upon his release he went racks last Friday night and found a note waitingfor
instituted in this country to conserve gas- I
to a Casablanca hotel and unableto him
The husband answering the instead The note read: "Sorry, but I gota
oline. sleep, because of the Cooties
telegram from an old classmate of mine and
'f l It is our understanding that on the Station, phone said: chewing on him ordered several couldn't keep this date."
"I don't know! Try calling the
I at least the law is that vehicles, when not | bottles of champagne. He figuredthe Could be?
weather bureau, and hung up. alcohol would be a good dis
loaded, are supposed to offer a ride to those i "Who was that?" asked the wife infectant."I .
apparently going in the same direction. This "Some sailor, I guess. He asked stood in the bathtub," he said, It must be love for this gal who writes to an
\ is if the coast was clear."-(From "and wit one hand I poured it Ensign almost every day to tell him how much she .
,\ courtesy, in many instances, being completely misses him He's Field and
THE SKY WRITER, NAS, over me, and with the other, into stationed at Cecil I
t overlooked, however. Miami.) me.-Buaer News Letter March she is a civilian employee on the station but
R The Jacksonville Naval Air Station coversa -- 1, 1943). what makes things a little complicated is that

considerable amount of territory, and all Just 50 Miles ----'JH- she always forgets to put the right address on her
letters He never gets her letters But a
persons thereon are not blessed with passenger Boots coming aboard file past; When a Marine officer, a former few other people do. .
autos. Likewise, all of them should] not patient yoemen who record their fowl l fancier, heard about a pigeon

1 have to take the time to await the arrival personal histories. This routine house being located on the Ordnance HIT OF THE WEEK is the Captain's orderly

I# of a bus going to or near to their destination. ling question, youngster was asked: one"Nearest long, gang-kin he became and Gunnery very indignant.Firing Range Rush, a WAVE storekeeper named Harris accordingto

\ Civilian motorists as well)) as Naval personnel please TOOVelJ ing to a chief he demanded to be several reports she outmarches everybody on

>t might keep the fact inr mind that to "\ ," drawled the boot, "I shown "this outrage." The hatch inspection days .

lend a helping hand-or in this case, a helping reckon you better put down my was opened. Piled neatly one upon
t automobile-to fellow) is indeed a brother-in-law. He don't live but the other were large cardboard Hold that light, Holden, my pipe has gone 0\.
t men 50 miles from here and the iet' cartons labeled "clay pigeons." again No, it in't a cheap one I'm just
' war-useful courtesy and one which will be of my folks live in South Caro- Blushing furiously he strode quickly breaking it in, that's all .

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,. T1ieCompass rU j ffleetBrief Your Mat s'

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'Getting j' 'Cin I '.
he Beam' "''A* BROTHER'S COMPLAINT: BJographfeJ i' of Men

.J. With, liThe Needle" Sis is going with a "sailor." Serving, With You, --

At first it didn't faze us; Big, good-natured STEPHEN
2i, 'Something like the Jacksonville But now the family's talk is full U ERROLL GARLAND who's as

';::1' Male Chorus concert on April 27 Of sailor's salty phrases.We I Irish as Paddy's pig, is chief yeo-

at'8:30: P. M. at the George Wash all found it rather hard, man in the Yard department. He'sa
ington Auditorium, always can geta To follow all his speech; walking encyclopedia on all activities -

:/ plug in this column, as It'. for For they tally different, on board i : in the Yard depal.tment.and ,
a very fine cause. The concert is ship has a background of 18 years

for sailors and soldier who lose Than we do "on the beach." d service In the Navy .
their eyesight in this wan Tickets I Chief Garland Is a native of
f ftomee
may be purchased from George For when the time to eat Center Conway New Hampshire

Mas0ey in the. Electric Shop, A. & He sings out "chow" for food; '. where he was born Dec. 4, 1908 .,
And always "stows it down the
," R. He's been marlred for six years..,
hatch,
Which grandma says .is rude. h ryd He's been married for six years .
Yeoman warn ashore OB to tell about the biggest one he
\ ,,"; Main Street the .tber,night and When talking during dinner, ever caught for fear it will be mistaken -
heard an, awful, explosion. It He talks like other boys; for a "fish story," anyway.He .

.. sounded like It tore up the Except he calls the lettuce "grass." c is a philatelist (plain stamp
.. street And celery just plain "noise." collector to you) and specializes in

.t' \Va\e: "What did you do?" His "salty" talk Is slangy, U. S. Stamps ,
dry: Yeoman: "I tore up a tide And hard to understand; He got his sea legs right off the

.c street." He calls the canned milk "iron bat. Entered boot camp at Newport -
I
cow," R. I., and three months later
was aboard the USS ANTAVA-
And he calls "sand.
"Len" Crable AM3c is back sugar
RES. Became a yeoman and was
;\1 from N. y after a few days leave His many names for coffee ( transferred to the USS VESTAL

/) i and he brought back his wife.: Are certainly for a joke; Was transplanted to the USS

:- She's a honey. He calls it everything from "mud"To BOBOLINK Returned to terra

"joe" and plain "jamoke." firma for two years at Newport

,t1 Dear Auntie: I The spinach he calls "Popeye," and then made the USS IDAHOhis

.,. My sailor sweetheart, who Man I And grandma always squirms "home" for some six years. He
a politician before he joined the I To hear him ask for spaghetti ) ? eqw crossed the equator and was attached -
r : Navy says he Is going to refuse to Hawaii for eight months
I I. And say, "Throw me the worms.
,,. to make up his bed. I am worried. c rn3M but is too shy to confirm all those
'; t' The chicken he calls "sea-gull," I stories about the grass skirted

!,1 Miss I. M. Salty The ketchup Is "red-lead": p Hula Hula hotchas Garl nd's
Dear I. M.Forget The waffles are "collision mats," y-'"'5'0 'O OWl next stop was aboard the USS

It. You know politician I' While "punk" is mother's bread. ASTORIA. He's been at Jackson-

always make up their own ville since early 1C41 and he likesit
Fried fish is "Pedro pork-chops,
bunk. "Sea-dust" his for salt here P. S. The Station also
name ;
(. I When he called the pepper "fly IMollie Is Winsome And A Wave; likes Chief Garland.

: Willa Mae Miller Mech. Learner specks"Ma
I in the Electric Shop is talking of neatly called a halt! I L. B. CANNELL Ylc is the rotund -
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:' leaving about the 20th of April for He sat beside my father Her Mother Served in Last War"I'd person countenence with benign who but has wondering been-
"
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"Dago. There's an AM2c namedC. And needed elbow
room, added to the Yard Department'soffice
M. Hagen for whom she's carry- He looked at Dad and said "Say been throwing my time in the Army Air Corps overseas.A I I staff this week to replaceJ.

ing the torch and I think ehe'strying mate, away flitting from dance to dance.I junior at Montclair State F Schultz Ylc, who left for
to get a transfer to North Rig in your starboard boom." hadn't done a single thing to help Teachers College when she "join NAP training at pre-flight school.

..... Island We finally all caught on, tho; the war effort, not even to assist ed up" Collins says she'll go backto I The new member of the Yard
And now we're doing fine; ing the Red Cross," said winsome complete her education after office has been attached to the
The sailor and a girl Mopped We say "six bells" for three o'clock: Mollie Collins of Cedar Grove N. the war is over. Seaman Guard Unit for more thana

In a restaurant." "I'm a little When we are telling time. J., WAVE located in the communications "They say I'll not do it, but I year before his recent transfer. ,
.. hungry, said the girt So the instruction departmentof I will, definitely," she declared. While Cannell was in "Guard" It
... tailor took the girl info the When ma goes to the city, the Student Officers' Training Collins received her indoctrination had many outstanding sports personalities -

restaurant. "What would you Or runs down to the store; School when asked what promptedher at the University of Wisconsin on its roster-Tommy

like to eat", the sailor said gal And someone asks us where she is, to quit college and come into Naval Training School, and i Tucker Cal Cagney Al Nettlow,

bntl)'. We say she's "gone ashore." the service specialized in the field of radio. Georgie Abrams, and Jimmie Kim-

Ut'f1I! I don't want much, but Sister calls the floor a "deck," "I simply read something about She's rather proud of the fact ball, to name a few.' Cannell ad-

I'U have some Imported caviar To hear her talk is sport; the WAVES one night, thought that she was in the first class of vanced in rating as regularly as
# .broiled squab, fruit cocktail and To her the roof's on "overhead," about the fact that I hadn't done WAVES to be graduated at that Tommy Tucker flattened his opponents
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salad. and ice cream. A window is a "port." anything, and decided I would en- school. He was rated first class
"What would you like to Then too if something gets "fouled list." Writes Poetry this month only a few weeks af-
drink?" the sailor continued. Mother YoemanetteIn ter the time limit had
If Mollie's work in the Navy necessary
"Guess I'll have a couple of Or some new trouble comes joining the WAVES blonde doesn't keep her busy she has been passed.He .

champagne peclals", she replied.' And Dad starts to complain ma Mollie Is simply carrying on something enough hobbies to last several per I I enlisted as a 3rd class yeo-
t sister I don't hav
imu'h"Well, says of a family tradition. Her sons. Although not any expert at man in St. Louis Mo., in 1941,
money, no you better guess "Now Pa, don't beat your gums.! mother Mrs. Eugenia Collins serv- it, so she says, she writes prose I and was assigned to the Cadet Selection -

,I again. Guess something' about" Dad doesn't tie his tie now, ed in World War I, as a Yoeman- and poetry, is interested in singing I Board in that city until his
1' two bits and make It a beer. Instead he "bends it on" ette, first class the only branch acting, dancing, and "all out : transfer to this station. Only

:: : While Grandma says the kids available to women back in the door sports." I twenty-two years of age he is
'. Ever watch these sea gulls on "shoved off" days of 1917-18. She performed If she can't take care of her-I now hoping for an appointment> to

the Station? They'll take a short In place of "they have gone." secretarial work in Marietta Ohio, self with firearms, the Navy might college training under the V-12

.. run before taking off. (Been Ma says Dad's suit is "shipshape." Washington, New York and Plainfield ''I try turning her loose with a bow program for Naval officers.

watching too many airplanes.) If it Is fitting him, New Jersey, during the last and arrow. She was an expert -':-

But if it's not so neat she says, war.Mollie's archer in high school and college.In .
Old Lady: "What rank do you "That lash-up ain't so trim." father was a sergeantIn fact the team on which she wasa STATION MOVIESAPBIL
hold T"SaUor the Army then, and today she member won the New Jersey
When to work, U-"Ceptal. ol .e 'loads"James
: "Ship's Optician lady Pappy goes now has a brother, Sidney Van Dorn state archery title during both her
We he's "turning to Cagey, Bread Martkall, Lee
Old Lady: "I didn't know there say ; Collins, Jr, who is a lieutenant high school and college careers. I "
i Whilst mother "Swabs, and neerscrubs -- I Field; "Road to Morocco, nob )Hop,
was"such a rank. What do you I Blng Crosby, Dorothy Ijunour, Cecil

do? As she once used to do. at'a higher level than ever be Field; "Smoker" Student OfflC'f'u'
Sailor: "I scrape the eyes' out New Books In
has fore.'ere it not for the synthetic I And.
The whole place gone salty,
of the potatoes.'''
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Which makes me lots of trouble; specifics against malaria, APBIL 23:-"Road to Morocco," Bob
:;' For when Ma says "come here Station LibraryReviews our armies in the tropics would be Slope, Itlog Crosby, Dorothy Lamour,
., "Shots" Demkowskl, AM3c, is chopchop"I lost since Japan has obtained con- Lee Field; "Confirm Or Deny" Don

i., to marry an Army Captain's go there-"on the double"! of some new books in trol of the only source of quinine, Ameche Joan Bennett, Cecil Fields"Wings
I. daughter soon. You can't go up the Main Station Library: the chincona tree of Java. For the Eagle: Ann Sherl-
would
I wish that "weigh
the ladder with your father-in-law "gob"" Civilian library assistants at the : However, a mere guarantee of dan, Dennis Morgan, Main Station;

in the Army "Shots". And anchor do what oft' I think; main station library and its i existence is not enough. Modern "Gay Sitttrf," Barbara Stanwyck,
branches In the order in which they medicine and offer future
And "paint his bow," and "trim his surgery a George Brent, Student Officer A.d.
Jones' anived on the station are: Misses made and
Seaman Smith: "Say, jib," brighter more productive mil !"Confirm Or Deny," Don
Elizabeth A. Elizabeth M. I
Keim
what are doing by new developments. Plastic -
0// you Ameche Joan Bennett, Lee Field
... And in the "drink"! I ;
:. go jump Meyer, Margaret A. Andreas, Bet-
restore
/ Seaman Jones: "Writing a surgery now can appearance "Gay Sitter," Barbara
I'm through "batting the breeze"and tie R. Todd and Jane F. Stanwyek,
Mayer. well function
11',;' ."' Joke.' as as even George Brent, Cecil Field.
t'' Seaman Smith: "Ghe her my The head librarian is Miss Emily in cases of severe burn injuries.In .
"Singing the blues" I'm sure; Colt. APRIL M-"Mint* For the Eagle"
,j beat regards. some cases brain surgeons can
So for tonight I'll just "turn In," remove missiles without destroyingany Ann Sheridan Dennio Morgan Cecil
". and "secure." Field Sisters Barbara Stan-
: "Cease firing Many books have been receivedat of the faculties, while sometimes ( ; "Gay ,
Ai If have "snoop" news,
you any wyck George Brent, LH Field "Dei-
;
1 about some enlisted or civilian From Leatherman, Catapult, the Library from the Victory the bullet remains in the potato Joirnejr," Errol Fljnn, Konald
Book The Librarian is brain but the of Is
Campaign. danger epilepsy
send it to the "Needle"of
personnel -NAVY RELIEF GOSPORT I Reagan, Main Station; "Confirm Or
grateful to all organizations and removed by the use of anti-con-
the care of JAX AIR "
Compass,
N.A.S., Pensacola I Deny, Don Ameehe, Joan Bennett,
NEWS. individuals who have worked to vulsion drugs.
Student Officer A.d.
make this campaign a success and Of special interest is the chap. I
t AOM3c to add to our supply of reading ter on the work of the flight sur APRIL 26-"ninn For the Eagle: ,"
"Chuck" Vogelgesang! ,
Ann Sheridan Dennle Morgan, Lee
Room For Petty Officers matter. geons in modifying man to meet
In & It.
I the A. ; Drafting "
I Field; eperale Journey, Errol
the advances of the airplane not. i
\ .. Is humming "For and Me ltd' MyGal" Lieut. Howard << *born, senior' publications In the : ably in high altitude and night Flynn, Ronald Reagan Student Officer -
these someone Important
day, I II "
(' And. Jake Girl, Ann "Sheridan '
Shore Patrol officer, reminded ;
E. K.
w: said the gal is Sara Terser of field of aeronautics Include: I flying.- A.
officers this Ronald Reagan, Main Matlonf"Secret
and
Chiefs
k'. Inspection! and Sar>'ey.' Could be week that they petty are responsiblefor Aerosphere 1912; ed by Glenn D. Enemies," Craig !Stetenn,

the reason why Sara In alwaysdaydreaming the conduct of the crew, Angle. Joruanoffs Illustrated I Faye Emerson, Cecil Field.
Men At
Air Hospital
TT ? aviation dictionary Shields. Navy .
l' both on the station and ashore. pilot training. Steinbeck. Bombs APRIL "Deiperate sourer," Errol
Referring to Article 1275 In of bomber Receive Book Marks Flynn, Ronald Reagan, Cecil Field;
the
: story a
"., Was over at the Hospital to see Navy Regulations Lieut. Osborn away "Can't Escape Forever," George
team.
l a shipmate Sunday and most of emphasized the Importance of Hand-made book marks, in keep- Brent Brenda. :Marshall, Main Station

the visitors there were civilians. petty officer ratings In the Navy. MIRACLES OF MILITARY ing with the spirit of Easter were ; "Juke Girl," Ann Sheridan
o 4 How about dropping over to see He said that rated men are on passed out to men convalescing at Ronald Reagan Student Officer
Albert
MEDICINE, by Q. Maisel.-
t",,. your mate, mate ? Buses take you duty 24 hours a day regardlessof Written in a popular style for the; the Naval Hospital here on Palm And.; "Secret!' Enemlei," Craig Steven

I i i" to the door. where they happen to be. easy consumption of the layman, Sunday. They were sent to Cap- *, FIA.e Emerson Lee Field.
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---- tain Reuben W. Shrum, senior "
"Miracles of Military Medicine"gives APRIL 25-'Desperate Journey, Errol
Well, A. & It., there's a secondS -
\#OJ edition of the War Bond Drive Dance Success promise of a future to hun- chaplain on the station by the Flynn, Ronald Reagan lee Field;

,i on now. Let's go over the top Dance rhythms were furnished dreds of thousands of fightingmen Jacksonville Girl Scouts, Brownie "Juke Girl," Ann Sheridan' Ronald

with a bang. Uncle Sam loaned by the Squadron Jive Bombers at who would have died in any Pack No. 74. Reagan, Cecil Field; "Can't Escape

) you money for FIIA. Now how the Squadron dance held at Lee previous war. For today the use Forever," George Brent, Brenda

.. about loaning him to save U. S. Field last Saturday night. A of sulfa drugs dried blood, toxoids, In 1918 Marines fought againstthe Marshall Student Ofiietr And.;
tt. A.? 'Til next edition' large crowd, ttenckil to make the and inoculations are maintaining Germans at Bel! .*u Wood and "!UK Shot," Humphrey Bogart, Irene

.. TilE NEEDLE. event a BUCC.... the fighting strength of our troops Chateau Thierry. Manning, Main Matieu.!

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i! : Fliers To Play Merrill Stevens ..Here: t* i



I ",<:: Sunday Victory LeagueGame: _

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," :j A determined Air Station baseball('-team, slr ngthened by

I the.return of shortstop Joe Walsh, regular from last year's

.' squad, will take: on the Merrill-Stevens nine Sunday at 1500 in

I I : : the first Victory league_ baseball game played at Mason field

I ,f The return of Joe Walsh, stellar u

I defensive II ,' I ter, practically assures the Fliers
I \\v\ "t I the best infield in the Victory lea-

I' gue. Walsh was ready to take

I' ovee the'regular shortstop position
fob the Boston Braves in 1938
tbritL had ,Ito drop out of baseball
for two years thereafter becauseof

a leg,Injury Incurred. in basketball -

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The twenty-five year old infielder aL.
started with Rocky Mount, N.
I I c: inn. the Piedmont league and
then went Up to Hartford, .Conn i '
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By Edmund Walsh I Y2c iu the Eastern league in the late ...

IF this column had a hats oft thirties. A Brookline, Mass. boy, 'It <-.

department: the cranial covelirga I Walsh had been a schoolboy star ..
would be doffed this week to the around Boston. The shortstop j job ;. ,, ,, "" '
NATTC boxers for their fine slios:- with the Braves was practically,his : ':. ', ,..'f: ...,: e
ing in winning seven straight bouts I off his minor league showings, but _.... .. ... _'.!O'I",....,..'', '" ...r._;,_f.... ,9r., ..-.r.4. AL ,JI: II, '0<)11'1>--/ '

from Camp Bland ng last Friday : during the winter season be injured When the boxing teams of Seaman Guard and Lee Field meet tomorrow night at Lee Field, five of Mi.
at the Jacksonville baseball park. j his leg and had to drop out of Seaman Guard boxers' pictured here will be on the squad. This group of'16 sailors along with a few more
While the fans waited for the 1 baseball. who were on guard duty at the time this picture was taken form the Seaman Guard boxing squad. Left to

main( go of the evening, which I With Heading In 1941 right, front row: Steve Starick, Clyde Perry, John Stokes, Paul Pesslllo, Stan Kostka Clyde Lawtaaa J..
f resulted in Bill Poland's T.K.O.of In 1941, the year before he enlisted Bency and Ralph Medley; back row, Lt. (jg) Donald Cross and Chief William Chandler, of the Yard Department
Jacksonville's( Jim Bowden, In the Navy, he had a banner Ensign Johnny Patrick, team coach, Harry Martin, Marvin Humphries, Harold Cox:, Charley
s the plucky Training <-'f'llterall- I season with Reading, Pa and I U'Neal, Kd Youmans, Joe Geunusso, Dick Lee and Fred New field. Perry, Medley, Gennusno, Lee and
opera had the crowd howling was on the way back With the Kostka' will be on the card against Lee Field. .
: with glee as soldiers hit the canvass Fliers last year, he won acclaim --- --. ----

i t of Bluejacket from the and stunning Marine punches fighter and as the one best of the infielder best hitters.on the .club 1- And R Bowlers Boxers Of Lee Field And Seaman Guard :

Just what Lieut. Marty McDon-

I I Center The bouts fighters ended Marines with Training Lou :' ough's has reported plans are for now practice that remainto Walsh 'Take Over Lead To Meet Friday Night In Eight BoutsThe

Campbell, Pete Breceda and Howard be seen. He already has a
I infield with Walt DeFreitas
strong
Brodt Marine knocking Troy out Bohannon their opponents -I I at third, Don Cross at short, Eddie From PersonnelFor feature boxing bout of this week's Navy card will take

earning, a technical knockout and : Lyons at second, and Charley An- place at Lee field'where the boxers of Seaman Guard from

Sailor Irish Kilday and Marines : has astasio several at first.other In addition infieki-, he the first time since the* start Main Station, and the glove throwers of Lee field will battleit

( Hector Fabrerlle and Al Highers ers in Dave Hanley capable, third base, of the second.half of the enlisted I out Friday night at 2000 in Hangar nine.
winning by decision. men's bowling league, Personnel --- -----
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Gordon
short
Jesse! Curnbv.. stop,
The victories scored against Clark and Art Genzberg, first office has been displaced as the Meet 111c Fliers I Lee Field, coached by EnsignAl
Camp Blanding climaxed: almosta base. In spite of all this good I leader and the A and R departmentfive Mann and Seaman Guard,
at I I coached by Ensign Johnny Patrick,
year of boxing instruction material available however, it is have moved into first plate.
the Center. The: program got ( practically a certainty that Walsh Paced by Doug Campbell'' arid I former intercollegiate fight champions -

underway last June with Lieut. will break into the lineup, soon, Bill Jenkins, the A and R won two have both compiled excellent
John Holmes, former Inteicol- games out of three front the I records. Lee Field has victoriesover
perhaps Sunday.The
lelate: boxer at Yale-, In charge. Fliers already hold one victory NATTC to go into a one game such teams as the NATTC,
His, assistant was Lt. (j?) Ko.al. over Merrill Stevens, a 7 to 6 lead. Campbell had a three game the St. Augustine Coast Guard, and
\Vomach who supervised the In the series of 563 and Jenkins, one of Camp Blanding while Seaman
extra inning ballgame.
first tournament held Guard has triumphs over the Cooks I
boxing I
veteran
game Sunday Harry Straton 550.While
and Bakers and the Assembly and
last August. The recent tourneywas the A and R department
southern league star, will hut) I .
handled by Chief Specialist for the shipfitters while Johnny I team was heading into first place, Repair. ;:;
George Try. Both tournaments, O'Donnell or Johnny Buckley will the strong Yard department squad Lee Field Ends Season
which were under Lieut. Holmesleadership continued to roll forward taking Under the expert coaching of
were expertlyhand- pitch for the station. two of three games from Person- I Ensign Mann assisted by Seaman

led. The good: fighters uncovered -- nel. Never higher than fourth be- I Ben Cohen, Lee Field which ha I
speaks well for the calibre fore, the Yard department squad been fighting for several month
ol 'NATTC competition Marine Barracks has won 14 of Its last 18 'games will wind up its season Friday. I ,

i\ the Air Station base- and is making a definite bid for However, the Seaman Guard are
Sunday -
I the lead. pected to continue fighting as longas
'
: ball league team game plays at Mason its first field.Victory Faced I Leads League In O'Donnell Has 231 Game, *, r Ensign Patrick is able to find
sd: n competition for them
with the! task of building a strong I Top ten-pinmen for the Yard Bouts scheduled for
:
Friday are
of three- team are Johnny O'DonnellPop
nine after the departure
fourths, of last year's squad Lieut. Station Baseball Kucera, Johnny Schultz, Maynard '- ..>, Ralph Medley, S.G. vs. John Wal.
(? "' : :, ; lace, L.F., 125 pound class; RichardLee
Lind and Greene. O'Donnell
coach of the Dusty .
Matty: McDonough
f: S.G vs. John Empy, L.F., 133
1313: squad is doing an excellent with his 257 individual game was ) ; ; \, ,
My Carolus O. Anderson, Y2c high for the week while Schultz t pound class; Clyde Perry, S.G. vs.
job.The The Marine Barracks baseball also compiled a neat record with ,tr : : Robert Taylor, L.F., 136 pound
1'liers have earned an team took the lead in the intra- games of 214 and 209. !! ., It : class; Joseph Gennusso, S.G. r*.
even split In four games, winning station I league by taking two of its records In the : Henry Szatkowski, L.F., 145 pound
High single
game HARRY WEIS hand-
from Merrill Stevens 7 to right
first three games in( the season class; John Folio, S.G. vs. Harry
6 and from the Terminal 1 to 1. league now have Paul Moore Reading ed pitcher stands six: feet, t".oInc Mardiroslan 151 class
which opened April 13.ntree L.F. pound ;
with a high of 269, Johnny
They have: dropped close ileclH'ons Training Center and three Main O'Donnell second with 266 and In height weighs 183 Steve Starrick, S.G. vs. Tom Smith,
: to the St. John's shipyard pound works In Engine Overhaul L.F. 151 Koa-
class Stan
Station teams compose the newly- pound ;
I Martin third with 242.
team, 8 to G, and the Naval Inshore organized loop. Hupka, at the A and R got his tko, S.G vs. Paul Robertson, L.F.
The order of the teams is A and
Patrol, :3 to 2. Johnny Massare and Bill Keith R department, Personnel office.and biggest thrill In sports when he 158 pound class. .
lie ahead for the I hurled the: Marines to victories pitched with Rochester against the Abrams
Better days Yard department tied for second, Georgie leading contender *
Fliers. In pitchers Brooks over the, Fourth Navy Regiment of I A and R Instrument shop, Bar- St. Louis Cardinals In 1910 and for the world's middle.
son, Bob Malone, Johnny lUcid-I NATTC: and the Seaman Guard. racks G and the NATTC allowed no runs and one hit In weight title, will be the referee
Phil Miller, Johnny Ma-ire! doled out only five hits two Innings enlisted In the I for the bouts. 1
Keith and Harry Weis, a fine I, in h.Mtin; ? the Navy Regiment and -' Navy after graduation from Music for the occasion' will be

young pitching staff is taking i Keith allo",ed six bingles in checking Skeet Wins HonorsIn Brockport, X. Y. Central high furnished by the Lee Field Jibe
Team
form. The return of Shortstop Joe : the Second Navy Regiment school In 1910 Is a seaman, Bomber band. .

Walsh, regular from last yeai's lirj scots were 6-1 and 43. Jax Gun Club ShootThe second class was one of three I
squad, will also make a difference The only loss for the current league pitchers the Fliers used in beatIng "
in an already good infield. Wolsh' IcaJ-jrs: came at the hands of Naval Air Station Skeet Merrill Stevens 7 to 6 last Franks Back At Prnsacola t

was the best Service club infielder J3:"mcin: Guard, 5) to 1. Ace Coty team won its sixth meet of the week hurls for the Assemblyand I Ensign Herman Franks former
in Florida last year. j ,.:is the winning pitcher holding I year with victory in the Jacksonville Repair team In the six team catcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers,

Ensign O. N. fl.> ,! M-in2s to two hits, Bill Gun Club shoot recently. Intra-station league plans to will be the backstoppcr for the
Wing! Tips" softball f Keith pitched\ for the losers,' Second place honors in the meet make a career of the Navy Pensacola Naval Air Station team
Officers
Ford of the Flying -
,team at Cecil Field, luulcdfor None Escape Defeat went to the station's number two struck out twenty-three bat- again this season. Franks, wh ._ I.
: With the l league underway team. ters in one game In high school triple won a ball 'game for penaa-V
the Hollywood, (Calif.) Cowboys barely
I The which won eleven letters In high cola
winning squad was on Mason field last season,
of the amatuer artJ 12 to
in the finals only games played ,
I I school, four In baseball four In :
I composed of Chief Specialist gun will play here this summer
Softball association playoffs date: cflch of the six teams has
Leslie Britt and basketball and three In soccer .
ners, Freer, Clyde ,
Ensign Les Stancz>k. former Air :: suffered at l least one defeat and % ,
the A and R basketball
Blaine Strickler Lt. (Jg) H. K. played on
Station football ace. is in a fl .htl'I First Navy Regiment; conquerorof or'dnance- team which the North Florida ;
won '
I I Fletcher and aviation 8-Team Softball League
squadron at Lee Field Seaman Guard Tuesday, 16 to ,
man, first class Ward Strickler, and city league championships thisyear
7. has two defeats.
Jimmy Francis, USMCR intra-station, who man-I In th other at Mason earned the top spot in the shoot rates himself" highly.. Under Way At Cecil .Reid
the Marine < game .
ages with total 239x250. a piano player Is married to
a of : *
The
team played for Rochester Field Tuesday the Marine Barracks f lying officers with Ensign
gue ,
I Elaine Turner the cashier In
back In 1927 and 1928 Next I triumphed over Second Navy The Standings Ship's Service O. N. Ford doing the Chucking
week this sport page will begin I Regiment; 4 to 3, with Art Lowe rolled up a 23. to 3 victory over
W I. Pet. iI
with a series of illustrated articleson providing the winning margin on a Disbursing In' the opening round
Marine Harrack . .. 2 1 .666
Office-Wins
three-run homerun in the third Personnel of the softball at Cecil Field
swimming by Lieut. Timothy Tourney play
Seaman Guard .. . .. 1 1 .500 !
Carey, of the physical training de- inning. Fourth Nary Regiment ... 1 1 .SfO: From Top City BowlersAn last Monday. !
11 I partmint Dan Genzburg, first Bill Geary and Red Hume were Second Nary Regiment .. 1 1 .500 all-star bowling team from Eight teams, Flying Officers, AH
base candidate for the station hitting stars in the First NavyReglment.s Gunners, Senior BOQ, Fire House I
. .
First Navy Regiment 1 .393Aantmbly the enlisted men's bowling leaguewon
for Joe Tinker, of victory over Seaman Mess Cooks, Disbursing, Seaman
team: played
and Repair . I 0 .004 the Jacksonville city tourna-
Tinker to Evers to Chance frame, Guard as was Eddie Melillo in theSe Guard and Marines form the softball -
while a member of the Orlando, '?onl Navy Regiment's victoryover Results, ment recently. Johnny Lutzelman, league The teams play daily
Fla. Nats The Air Station has First Navy Regiment. Firat Nary Regiment 5, Second Navy' Sonny Berke and Johnny Paul, except Saturday in league compe
Personnel Paul Moore A and R
: ,
Regiment 1. .
tition.
slated for therprv'nilcr
seven swimming pools .Ensign Three games are
Anao (Ace) Belardlnelll, one of of the week with the "Keaman' Guard 3, Marine Ilarraekt Instrument shop and Johnny Ensign George Faust is In
baseball Fir meeting Asaem' First NUT Regiment 5, fourth Navy O'Donnell, Seaman Guard beat out charge of softball at Cecil Field.
tl'! hurling aces of last year's I :t JTavy Regiment all city teams with a total of 2618
team, is now Yard Officer at ,' and Repair at NATTC field Regiment 9. There are three diamonds available .
:Memphis, Tenn. <.. Dick (Sim I at IT ) to3ay. Friday the Fourth fourth Navy Regiment 1, Marine for three games. for play. ...
my) Samuelson. star end of the I iavy: R lment clashes with Seaman llarraek: 6. Johnny Paul won the all-events --. 'CI
1911 football eleven and guard on O.ird: at NATTC field and First PUvy Regiment 16, Seaman title with a total of 1688. He
the 1942 squad la moving along In I Aa'lv and Repair draws Ma- Guard 7. scored 513 ,in the doubles, 514 in The United States Navy was the
Ida flight training. He's at Corpus IIII''' Barracks at Mason fleid at Second .Navy Regiment S, Marine singles and 631 for his ,team scpre, 'first in the world to experiment'with .
Barrack 4. all in three series floating flying fields.
(shall, Tex: now 1630. 'I j! game
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I&O;' naG! !;;:(( i; 'Overtime Softball GamI i Ile Explains ReasonsBehind ] \ \ : lJI ;


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By Bernard 'KaJin
) ? ; ; CensorshipHeroic ,,
l" f'. all the factors filch have contributed to the successful ,start +l t1 ( ,) _)
he pepnant race. In'.,the National, American and Officers Softball WNCFl '
;*uea on the station, possibly none, has been so promising for the Actions] Can iNot
'future as ,the spirit and will to win. exemplified by the 0 & G and 't I L %

;!fu tease 'Jn\ a4.:{=xtra inning tilt this week. I Be Publicized Immediately;' .i 11

V:> '132 end ; 0 & G clubs Commissary.vm Safety O.r Crew Important
over Supply
d.ftfd in a noonday game in the c'T.
,1 Ida Tonal loop!! Avlth-' a two-bagger j last OTU1 came on from behindJn the ."i 'The reasons why certain| h lps '
frame to 'nose
and'produted ,
by :Jroweji fcnd Stevens';r'un-mak- out A & R, 9 to 8, while VOVCS and men receive no public!!ylforj:: :T. j / 4

.Jnlrlt81ngl decision; ; : VTB2; witha'2 I defeated Dispensary to 6,naval ,mo thl"ater" an engagement ,lt ( '
1 the inning
10th -
;Ito of the(scheduled ln 7-lpning: tiff.Zebott Hospital downed Public Works, 16 I the enemy when their'actiort'fiasbeen { :

went the distance on the I to JS, and Student Officers Head,,. .heroic, while other vKtorie'

inound for the winners. The boys I quarters, won from Public Works of seeming lesser Import are v1de. *
12 to 9, and lost to Supply Commissary -
worked themselves!I' a lather ly publicized, was explained recently
intoh 18 to 18. One of the most ;
In the lee and e excite- 1 In memorandum froM'Ad-| ,
they, significant early developments of a : -
I
ment played, right through
the Officers is : ofi
the
chow hours. l 'loop slugging miral E. J. King, Chief val
I talent of Lieut. W Knight, Public I
No one expects all the games to Works I Operations. t
first baseman who has ex-
Such conduct of censorship is
be closely contested, but VPB2 andO 1
ploded three home run bombshellsin "successful action theenemy"
& G exhibited the interest that the against
six
trips to the plate.
la typical of all the teams in the' Personnel Beats Photo Lab he explained, since it
I withholds statistics of
and positions
which
kfhree Bively leagues assures In the American league, the concentration of forces and number'
competition for the championships -
this highlight of the week was a three- of personnel involved that might
season. I hit pitching Job turned in by Re- help the enemy to plot some action -
A & R Set Pace gan as Personnel A whitewashed against the fleet or forces In

A & R is currently pacing the I, Photo Lab, 9 to 0. Ship Store the several theatres of war.
N L with two wins and no set- tipped over Personnel B, 16 to 7, I Complete action reports are received -
:( Hospital defeated VM Hangar, 15I
tacks, having shutout the Marine f in the Navy Department
Dispensary this week, 8 to 0. In I to 7, and Recruit Ship's Company several weeks after an engagement
other National VTB-OTU2 topped the Boathouse, 6 to 2. I and they are analyzed as
games
I I League action will be accelerated to and
felled to the conduct of each ship
VOVCS 15 3, and the
'I
Marine Dispensary beat VP31 18 beginning today when Lieut. individual mentioned, Admiral
to 9. I I Gordon Clarke of the athletic department King's letter said. Separate reports Tha
and the "Father of the concerning individual acts of ,
The Operations outfit Is in frontof Station Softball Leagues", steps heroism and performance of duty I as V

the pack In the Officers circuit'I'I up the schedule. The revised slate are received and acted upon so *G in'lJeM Shoes without oil ratio hoole ZcA-
with a pair ft wins, a 14 to 3 ]: you ,
verdiet :, will call for each team to play two that meritorious action will not go

over V5_ _and a 12 to 1 triumph_..games- per week, instead of one. unnoticed. Governarenrf h7 B orsh' .1110" you 3 paint ye. ''
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However such reports are with i iI
I through an aerator, at which oxygen -'I held from the general public until
Water For Dewey is added to the water and I the information ceases to be of I II
| hydrogen sulphide. In this way'] value to the The Chief of ,
enemy. Jam 1 Of Salute
the off. offensive. smelling gas Is driven 'I Naval Operations gave this assurance Link Handy Origin

Park Auomented I Water at the new plant is softened I'. "You to may unsung rest heroes assured: that I I WAVES Here Now Told By LibertyThe

i by the zeolite process, which and all those in the chain of command I
By New Plant consists of passing hard water ''I' are well aware of ;your performance Specialist-T WAVES assigned I United States Navy is an od)
i through a material that has the j of duty, not only in its to the station at the present time branch of the service but the salutein
I capability of temporarily absorbing self, but in comparison with that Include link trainer operators and the Navy is comparatively new .
Scientific Processes Used the hardness of the water resulting -I of others." ''Jam Handy specialists. according to an article written by

in almost complete softening ,, I Link trainer operators among :, Gordon McLean for Liberty meg-
To Aerate And I -- =--
Supply the WAVES received their specialized azine.
Virtually Eliminate i All As a final precaution to inure Recordings And training at the Naval Air I Entitled "What's All This Saluting -

Hardness a, germ-free system, a small Quantity i Station in Atlanta Georgia, afterrecruit About?", the article says
't.'. !"". ..., of chlorine is added to the I The RecordersBy I training at the U. S. Naval that the Navy adopted the modern
water as it passes from the pumping Training Station, Cedar Falls, 1 salute within the last 50 ;years and
t -A twist of the wrist and your plant to the maintenance.. G. W. VAIL, AK.M2c I Iowa. Well trained and skilled In i "borrowed" this type of military
'
; r clean
l% pure, soft aerated water I Although the addition of this i their specialty they are alert and courtesy from the Army.
;\. ,Howe out of your faucet. No further Erskine Hawkins is at the I
new plant does increase the water now ;I eager in the work assigned to (Editor's Note: That's McLean'stheory
: thought is given to the when;, supply of this station it does Paradise in Detroit; Glenn Grayat them here. not ours.)
.where. and how. not necessarily mean that there is the Palladium in Los Angeles; 1 I No longer Just "scuttlebutt", the | Before sailors saluted, they
*Water Treatment Plant No.3. water to waste and personnel must Benny Goodman at the Palladium' Jam Handy's have arrived from grasped the visors of their nauti-

located In Dewey Park, has been 1 still conserve on the use of water.A in Hollywood Barney Rapp at The I, special training at the Jam Handy I cal caps between the thumb and
.put Into operation In the past week running tap costs money. Let'a Claridge, Memphis; Count Bassle, ,organization in Detroit, Mlcl1.i I the forefinger as a gesture of com-
:and the water supply on this station not waste it.-W. I. T. I Altoona, Pa. Gene Krupa at the i Their technical abilities in the,' tesy. Regulations were that men

has been increased 1500 gal Earle Theatre, Philly. operation, of training movies are without caps must grasp the f01 Ei ::-
lons., per minute. -- .- --'-::!,- I The top tunes of the day: No. 1 meeting an urgent need. I,i lock (their own) as a salutationto
This additional water supply was -"I've Heard That Song Before". I II I The Jam Handys received their commissioned officers, accordIng -
obtained by drilling a well 900 feet Supper Discontinued I No. 2-"As Time Goes By". No. 3 "boot" training at the U S. Naval j', to McLean. No rules govern-
+in depth and tapping the great un- I The popular Thursday and Sunday I "That Old Black Magic". No. 4- Training Station at Hunter College '1'i ed the regulation for bald palEd

'krground. stream which flows un4ter I evening Buffet Suppers at the I''I "There Are Such Things". No. 5- New York City.Changes sailors who might be caught un-
.5 the entire state of Florida. This Officers' Club have been discontinued. "Brazil". I covered.

tnntteated water flows to the surface The dining room will how I British publishers face hot competition I --_. I The origin of the salute is a
at the rate of 2000 gallons I ever, be open for regular service because of the popularity subject of debate, but the Liberty

per. minute and is then pumped ion these evenings. j I of American song hits being sung Of AddressCharlie : story says that historians hale
I j i in England, as 75 per cent of the II traced a form of saluting back to
his
and
Dwyer. AMMlc.
tunes are American publications.The the hieroglyphics of ancient Egypt
+ wife, Isabel Marie now occupy -
most popular are: "Dearly Dwyer Military experts 'tis said claim it
I'Var Bond Box Score '
1343B NAS housing project. I
Beloved". "You Were Never Love I' was derived from an old Roman
lier", "Kalamazoo". "My Devotion", Gordon Edward Heath, machine :I custom. The powers that were In
and "When the Lights Come on gunner, vacated 3441A Dewey I those days requested visiting subordinates -
,. As of 1000, April 21st Again'. "This Day", a brand new Park on 41743. His forwarding I to raise the hands, palm
J tune by Frankie Carle, has just address is 4685 Euclid Avenue, lopE'n and to the front to show
-krt4n.- 'II.A SqiMMlron 10 20 30 40 M) 60 70 M JH) 100% been released and you will be Jacksonville. ; that no weapons were in hand or

.Recruit Center. A hearing it plenty. Stanley Kitching, AMMlc, vacated about to be drawn.
; Staff of N.A.O.T. I "Stage Door Canteen", a new 3210B Dewey Park. April 16. ---i 4-
I
I picture. Is heading for Jacksonville His forwarding address: Ninth Naval
Naval Training Sta. (Adm.
) ..
-
Aviation Training G t -it's a musical and contains ,I District, Great Lakes, Illinois) Five Marriages
such names as Goodman, ,
Ordnance & Gunnery- ...._ Martin (Freddie), Lombardo Kyser, Cu- 1 Rollo Johnson ACOM, and his
Assembly & Repair 0 family have moved to 3311A Dew Performed Here
'
,. gat Bassie, and a host of others.
r r Yard Department Kate Smith's new recording of 'I ey Park. They formerly occupied
Communications A "Time on My Hands" Is now in 3009B, Dewey Park. I Five marriages were performedon

Main Dispensary l the record shops. She really doesit David Allen Routh, CSp (4G) and the station last week, two In
Public Works hi justice! "Don't Stop Now", a his wife now live at 3210B Dewey 'St. Edwards Catholic Chapel and
II
three in All Saints Protestant
Park.
Personnel new Harlem tune is getting its
I, \ << share of play In the juke boxes. I John B. Lucy, Chief Commissary Chapel.
I
TrAining Marriages at St. Edward's
Physical performed
; ?
L A new home
recording disc is now Steward and his family have moved -
VO-VCS No.1. .. last .
week
Squadron ? on the market. It has a glass base I from 3005B, Dewey Park to Chapel neif.Albert
,
VPB2 No. 1 R. Long. S2c, to Miss
Squadron
rSquadron I and May
a plastic surface and is supposed 3009B, Dewey Park.
VPB2 No. 2 __ 'Alice Hicks of Jacksonville, at
Squadron VSB No. 1 Y has a to low give scratch greater level.fidelity and I Alfred W. Whittaker Pharmacist 1930, April 14, and Frank J.
Squadron VF No.1' Mate second class end his Klitsch AMM3c. to Miss Jean McGraw -
Squadron VTB No. 2 r. Hand \'a. Draft family have moved into 1336A, of Philadelphia at IfrSO,

Lee Field Air Sta. (Adm) Kay Kyser's possible Inductioninto NAS Housing Project. j April 15. Chaplain R. E. Delsncy
I. 'Cecil Field AIr: Sta. (Adm.)" ,. the Army has started the ball I Ralph C. Borcheidlng. Pharmacist performed the ceremonies.The .
: Naval Air Gunners School rolling on name bands getting into Mate, third class has moved j I three marriages at All
i; Naval Hospital defense work in one sense or another from 1336A, Housing Project. His Saints Chapel were held on Satm-

I. Marine Barracks ... such as: Jack Denny is : forwarding address is Dispensary I day, April 17, with Chaplain Albert -
Maport; Section Bane j. .. J' now working at the Sperry Gyro- Naval Air Station, Norfolk Va. J. Clements officiating. Roy
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.' Office of Commandant ,-.:.._..... scope; Alveno Ray and his entire i R. Brooks was united in maU'lcJe:;
..' crew are at Lockheed-Vega; the placements. : to Margaret A. Ray at 1000.

i, Goat. ... ..;............. ..........._..._...............80i'o eering Korn Kobbler and Davis are McCrea at Rex of Engin-Fats I Serge) Rachmaninoff lfu-hmanlnoff who died i: were Other: James ceremonies H. Book during to Grace the day E.

1 Pi*.f-nt Attainment .." ............................_.__...."..42% Grumman.Waller's hot pax1 players Is at I recently long, ago.played His in death Jacksonvillenot occurredIn I Marwood Mae M.and Griffin Jefferson D. Brutonto

..,. Kay Kyser's military status is Beverly Hills California He
-Vft,- qr still in doubt, and top bookers have i was 69 years old and made his -Twister--iM --
( Tongue
r their fingers crossed until the debut at the age of 13. One of
/00%: Honor Roll spots they have him booked for his greatest compositions was A tutor who tooted the flute,
are fulfilled. "Prelude in C Sharp Minor". Tried to teach: two young tooUts
Sub-divisions Reporting 100% Participation In War Bond Sammy Kaye; Is now at Frank Rachmaninoff played with the to toot.
Allotment Diive: WAVES attached to S. O. Headquarter, Chief Dailey's Meadowbrook. Ray Her- Boston Symphony Orchestra in Said the two to the tutor,

Commissary Stewards School, A.T.D. Personnel Office, Navigation beck, now travelling with a U.S.O. 1009. Tt'e mn.'cfll world has not "Is it baited to toot, or
Office Radar Office and War Bond Office; Radio Central chow, lost his entire brass section only lost a fine conductor E ndcomposer To tutor two footers to toot ?"

Watches I, 2, and 4; WAVES of Operations Tower. to the Army and had the bookers but a greet I'ersnnnlity! I -TUB PJBLICAN NAS,

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lPa98_ Eight_ JAX AIR NEWS April 22 1943 '.


Salvage Of Scrap Rear Admiral frlorecll Presents '\Army-Navy To Station Builders


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Critical l Needs ar t.'tJJ.0. >i. 4N i:....,..

Outlined Lieut. Sledge : : ; .
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Steps In Program Are Set -k e a


ForthThe i..:. .i B SI.

Navy like the civilian population -

isn't wasting any steel, .
scrap iron, or any one of the mul- II
titude of things which go into
implements of war to wipe the I. ,,.
Axis nations from the face of the 4 '
'r!
earth.

An organized, concerted prog-!
ram to obtain all forms; of,.scrap ,
is underway at this Station according -
to Lieut. Walter Sledge ,

consenation officer.
Among the things that can be %
salvaged are: mangane. nickle '

steel, chrome, tungsten, aluminum, t '& a 6l1
copper tin. brass, scrap iron, scrap
wire, burlap bags, rags, usable
lumber, wooden boxes Manila rope
corrugated boxes, egg shells fats.
greases and broken glass.

There I* A Shortage"The

sources of plenty have
dried up," warns Lieut. Sledge
"The war ham suddenly awakenedus *S
.we,
to facts that not
the only are *o
we not self-sufficient as an industrial

power, but more painful ..S Sa
still, our own resources in the
critical materials of national existence
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are far from inexhaustible"War N.
production demands have a
created a shortage of materials in 4 '
the United States that will grow
more serious as the conflict pro
:
gresses. William L. Bott, vice
chairman of the War Production
Board and A. I. Henderson direc-
tor of materials have warned both + e
"
industry and civilian consumers'as +
the vast production machine

which has been created over the -..

r last two years swings into action -- -- --- Here's a view of the crowd which gathered before the band shell at -- -
the difficulty of providing mate- -- -------- -
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the Air Station Saturday for the ceremony in which the three companies -
rials to feed it will become more I responsible for building the Jacksonville Naval Air Station

and more apparent.' ; Up The Ladder and numerous other project. under the Naval Air Operational Traln- I I i Supply Officers

I Ing Command received" the! Army-Navy "y" production award. Inset I
Anyone on the Jacklon'lUeI i show Rear Admiral Ben MoreHI, chief of the Bureau" of Yards and
Naval Air Station tuning any I Advancements In Ratings Docks, who presented the "E" award, I Are Trained Here,

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scrap or knowing whereabouts -
I At MAS Jacksonville I i: .
of materials which ran ,
be u<*ed to prosecute the war : .. Since the completion of pro
aain,t the! A\ls may ('ontact. Following is a partial list of High Army And Navy Officers Pay indoctrinal training by seven student *
'
officers at the
Lieut. RI' '+ In Room 236 of Jacksonville Naval Air Station enlisted Station's Sup f\\
the Administration Building or men advanced in rating as ply Corps Officer's School, a new '. -:
telephone him at 2M. |" indicated, effective April 1, 1943. Tribute To Contracting FirmsRear class Is now convening and will ",
be it .
I under-way shortly, was announced
(Additional names will be published -
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by Supply Departmenttoday.
OutlineProgram next week) : Admiral Ben Moreell I George D. Auchter Co., both of .
These steps will be necessary, To CMM (PA)-Mike C Basford. I ,Jacksonville and the BatsonCookCo. Tills school of which little has
Lieut. Sledge declared, to keep the To CGM
military machine running full To GM2c-Mai\ln A. Humphries Al- ord Building Of This Sta- MaJ. Brent Accepts' flag preliminary step to the formal indoctrination .
blast, and to produce enough goods bert W. Rutan, Carl Stone. of the men at the
lot essential civilian requirements I To CM3c-Ra>'mond L. England. tion, Other Naval ProjectsIn Major Alexander Brest! secre- Navy's Supply Corps School in
I To CCS (AA-John) 8, Lucy tary-treasurer of the Duval Engineering Cambridge Mass. It is accomplishing -
the midst of a host of buildings and Contracting Co., accepted x
To CSt (AA-Cornello) Fuentes.
1.
Long range planning of requirements in a few months time,
for materials and care I To BMlc-Arthur W Banks. Harry : constructed by them' and with the "E" flag for the con- the task of acquainting newly commissioned .
which had taken off from tractors. Heads of the three
ful Guinn. Da\ld Hanley. Russell I. Hudson planes companies -
scheduling to meet them. I officers of the Supply
2. Revision of specifications to Michael J, Lazewlck. Matthew I field they had built roaring,: overhead I are George II Hodges, pres- Corps division with the complicated .
reduce the amount of scarce materials PussegRlato John H Strickland. I three contracting companies ident of the Duval Engineering. duties of an officer of the
used. I To EM2c-Rhodum D. Blnnlcker An- responsible for a $68.000,000 con- and Contracting.: George D. ,I corps.
3. Widespread use of substi- drew A. Cessna Jewell N. Cox. Ar- struction program at the Jacksonville Auchter president of the company Seven men completed the two
tutes. nold 8 Dalley Robert L. Groom. Naval Air Station and affiliated which bears his name, and EdmundF. and a half month's training course

4. A vast\ increase in civilian cooperation I Robert F. Lee Walter L. Morris Ever- projects in this area reaped Cook, president of the Batson- here last week. They spent a
Uncle Sam's award for the Cook Co.
with the national salvage ett M. Sellers. highest period of one to three weeks in
program to speed up the : To COX-Oeral J. Belcher John T.Belkowskl. building industry here Saturday Col. D. W. Griffiths, district U. five departments Including the
flow of scrap particularly metals o Elbert D. Bol.... Norvelle 1 when distinguished members of the S. Army engineer, presented Army- Supply Dept., Crews Disbursing
and rubber I A. Bunn James B. Cox Kenneth L. | armed forces and civil life gathered Navy "E" lapel pins to the em- Section Officer's Disbursing Sec.

5. Careful handling of scrap and Feircll. Joseph M. Gennuso, Eugene B. i to present them the ArmyNavy"E" ployes of the three successful companies tion, Clothing and Small Stores
secondary metal by industry to get I Glventer. Jesse M. Gunn. llorst E.: production award. . "for meritorious and and the Commissary Dept.
tho greatest possible use from it. LanGe. Woodrow W. Long William E. Actual presentation! of the distinguished service to their coun- The class was comprised of
From the picture painted by I Mason. Keith L. Mil burn, Albert P. Army-Navy "E" was made by try In Its time of need ." Ensign Hiram B. Glisson Jr. Ensign
leading officials of the War Pro- Puff Edward B. Strickland. Henry G. Rear Admiral Ben Moreell, chiefof Rear Admiral Moreell also paid Thomas J. Crawford, Ensign
duction Board and by Lieut. Tate Jay C. Vaughn the Bureau of Yards and Docks, tribute to Rear Admiral A. B, Warren C. Hunt Jr., Ensign DavidM.
Sledge It is apparent that not only To Sic-Thelma B. Baler!! ) WarrenE. who characterized the three companied Cook chief of Naval Air Operational .. Ward, Ensign Edward C. Moor
can naval establishments' train Barels, Louis J. Barone George as "the embodiment of the Training who as head of the ing, Ensign Franklin Burkhead,
men for a fighting service, but C. Beck, William A. Brocdel. Joseph spirit which"will carry us through i Bureau of Aeronautics was hailedas and Ensign Cecil C. Allen all des
they can contribute directly to R. Brown Joseph L. Cleary Eloise M. successfully. The awardwinningconcerns being responsible for initiatinga ignated SC-VP) USNR.
the provision of necessary mate- Cole. William E. Connolly James J. were the Duval Engineering great expansion program for naval --
rials for successful prosecution of Crowe, Harold J. Erickson. Dai Id L and Contracting Co., and theJ. aviation before the outbreakof
the war effoit. bulk Joseph V. Furfna Leroy F the war. Pianist Ocwosky
Holz. V. Kolodzejskl. Met/ C. J. Mlnichlello, Meyer Pos-
I Other Notables On Platform
Edwin R. Kozlowskl. Eleanor I. Kyle, ner, Marjorie F. Tyler. Radio Headliner
Others who gathered on the plat-
To CM2c-Edmund S. Seiko
Francis W. Mallard, Martha Marshall.
I The Smoking Lamp form at the band shell for the
Harold G Martin Daniel Morris, J. H. To CM3c-Milton H. Flynt. I
Mutzabauch, Donald S, Newman, EdithC. To F2c-Edward Koleckl. Henry E. ceremony, In addition to the Army Pianist Al Ocwosky and the
Oatiactd from pus four Petrle. Michael S. Pietkewlcz. Lester Melzer John J. Power Charles L. and Navy officers mentioned above, Naval Air Technical Training Cen
Za rnlts. included Capt. Stanley J. Michael, ter orchestra will headline Friday'sAir
H Pollard.
Say, mates, have you ever heard
the "Man Behind The Gun" series I Lewis C. Presgl'a\'e, Tony P. Pry. To APle-Robert J. L uchal. John E. commandant of the Jacksonville I Station radio broadcast over
2230 Lawrence A. Pull, Harlow S. Rood Buchanan Robert L. Chatham Wendell- Naval Air Station; Capt. E. W. WJAX at 2100. Ocowsky will play
over WMBR Sunday at
every Robert Scofleld, John M. Litch, chief of staff to Rear Ad- his
Michael J. Rumors Harry V. Wilbert, E. Ellingson own arrangement of "Over My
dramatized the
they've already
Solomlto.To miral Cook; Capt. R. W. ShruiN, Rainbow."
Joseph Zafflrl Jean C. Zimmerman.To .
heroic story of the SAN FRANCISCO -
AMM2e-Clarence Thornton. senior chaplain who gave the invocation The Naval Air Station swing
MoMMle-Edward W. Cress
Next: week It's the storyof
To TM2c-Glenn- L Mysonhimer. To Ylc-Claude E. Beard, Lowe B. ; Federal Judge Louie W. band will be heard from the Main
the USS CAMPBELL, the Coast
Strum of the southern district of
Cannell, Herman Greenualt, RandolphS. Station auditorium Saturday over
To TM3c-Walter N. Carroll Harry
sub
Guard cutter that sank a Nazi
Dabashlan. Grey. William A. Wallace\ Jr. Florida who acted as master of WMBR at 2000. Station Announcer
it It to be
by ramming ought
To MM2c-Gilbert E. Richardson To Y2e-Walter II nechem, William ceremonies; Capt. C. T. Mathewsof Dan Daniel will do an inter
, good To QM3c-Donald C. Seaborff, How- II. Campbell. Ell I. Cohen. Edward T. New Orleans, superintending view entitled "Talk to the Drums."
ard F. Steins. Downing; John T. Mlgdan Robert F. I. civil engineer for Area Four; Capt. A special Easter program will
The light 19 growing dimmer,
E. L. Michael of the Bureau of
highlight broadcast
Sunday's
To EM2c Robert II. Rhoton JohnN. \Vray. over
men but before we break it
Roberts.To To V3c-Francis L. Callender, William Yards and Docks; Commander. WPDQ at 1930 from the chapel.
up, don't forget that Sunday Is J. Mullins, Air Station executive
R. Gustafson Samuel Lamport The grand choir will sing and one
EM3c-John Fraser, Joseph V.
Easter and it's a good idea to be
Philip E. Schumacher, Jr.. DurwooJ E. officer; and Lieut. Comdr. E. H. of the station chaplains will de-
Mazzel. Vernon K. Matteson, John A.
in chapel on that day and now ,
Thouren station public works officer -
Moucha. Smith, Henry O. Stephenson.To liver the Easter message
before this Smoking Lamp goes SK2c-Mary L. Bowers ErnestC. and officer in charge of con- The station concert band under /
To RMlc-Mack L. Green. Jr.
out, let me remind
completely you I Rhodes, J. C. Scholes. struction. the direction of Bandmaster Uriel .
To RM2c-L. R. Dickinson Carl E.
to send In stories to this column -
Just your address them to THE Gengenbach. Clifford R. Jane)', Benjamin To I'1"I2c-John G. 1Ioian. Ray D. Special music. for the occasion C Paynter will conclude the fourth
SMOKING LAMP Jax Air News I I F. Robb. Foster J. Woods, Jordan, Homer 11. Knox, Alton R. was furnished by the Command- week of Air Station radio programs -
Public Relation Office, or call I I To RM3c-Earl M. Ballty, George Mills, Oswell F. Qui,... Feral L. Williamson. ant's Band under the direction of Tuesday at 2100 o--
extension 8812.i L. Derrick. Fremont C. Loper AudreySS Joe D. Yaks U. C. Paynter. WJIIP.











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