Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 1943
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Quin.fs Set Gardening Pace Here WilJi Real Year-Rounder .

First Fighting French
f=TA N S

L. ? : : ? j: Air Graduated Gunners From School Naval

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'Our Cause Is Just, I Congratulates Allied

Airmen For Their De.

Capt. Shrum Tells votion To Duty, Fine i

PittsburghAudienceSenior RecordBy


I The first Fighting French to be

Chaplain Here (Is graduated from the Naval Air
I I Gunners School were praised by
Principal Speaker At Flag Com dr. E. E. Dolecek, command.

Dedication I tog officer for their excellent record -
when he presented them with
"I do not hesitate to add my diplomas at Impressive graduation
voice to those who believe that our ceremonies recently.
cause is just, and that on the out- Comdr. Dolecek: noted their "de
: : come of this great struggle hangs votion to duty" and extolled two
( ,t the welfare of the nations which I Frenchmen who placed high in the
believe in freedom," Captain Reu- honor roll of the graduation class,
ben W. Shrum, senior chaplain of "Here are two men who don't
the station, told a large audienceat even understand the English language
y,. the dedication ceremony of a ," Comdr. Dolecek declared

large service flag at the Universityof "yet they have achieved a

:. ; :-- : ; : ; : 4( principal Captain Pittsburgh address Shrum Monday., who at Pittsburgh made the, splendid tee for think record.us to that remember That we it have whenever something accomplished --

::i t. Z:5; ; :!j .L fT1t\/ ? (;? ;.L fl } saw struggling movements aside December"controversies amongst which 7, 1942 kept themselves., ,our as isms sweeping people, and I have The already Frenchmen High.st so seen inch Caliber, many action" of, whom were

Yes, )'ou'\"t! noticed it many a time, marveled at It* beauty, commentedon Whatever might be said themselves enthusiastic had about the at
course they just completed
I for or against our nation's wars,
Captain'slnspection It; and you've probably wondered who developed that remarkable the Air Gunners school. All of
I I's" we make no apology for the met
\egetable-tlower garden on the corner of Yorktown, a\e. and Hancock representing our military might. them saw the knowledge that they

'' Well It's the creation of Chief and Mr. George S. Quimby (Insets Yes, they must kill and destroy.We now possessed as "another step"

To Be Held Saturday, above), who te-lIln the accompanying how thej'te solved all the which have to do many things in life toward"We were the liberation all pleased of with France.our
while they are harmful, yet
I, problems of obtaining a complete jear-round (think of vegetable) they are justifiable. The rank and work here" a warrant officer commented

No one needs to be told the supply from a small plot of ground plus a floral display that attracts file of our heroes go Into battle I "It has given us an opportunity

why-for of current polishing, the admiring #gaze of all .Me"by The artist' drawing, shows the I with high and pure motives, and a to learn how to fight with"
and that is I the American implements of war.
scrubbing mending go- desire to forth the
efficient layout that resulted from Chief and :Mrs. Qiiimb>" careful carry principlesof A chief officer had
ing on in every barracks, as Saturday's our democracy AH honor to petty high
Captain's Inspection draws : planning. X I INo those brave men. Forget all else praise ingenuity.for American mechanical

near. if you will, but remember their
The Uniform will be working All of the instruction we received -
Vegetable Bills/ To Pay Jii ( / O.'s service.
clothes for all hands on the Main here was of the highest
Pointing out that while Christ "
caliber, he said. "It is exactly
Side. Units will fall in at 0800,
Saturday, May 8. I Full On Hand All Year spoke out against many classes of what we need to destroy Germanyand
Supply men, he never made any deroga-
Units T-l, 2 and 3; T-4, LSO, ; : restore France to its rightful
tory remarks about soldiers.
VTB-OTU No. 2; Y-l. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6; place in the world.
M-l; 0; P-l; R-l, S-l 2, 3, 4, 6; "The obedience, the courage the Victory Over "Boc ."
and X-l, will fall in at the Land- Few Minutes Work A Day, Plus Shrewd Planning loyalty, of soldiers and sailors, From a second class petty offi-
plane hanger area. Units VPB2, i I these make for the greater service cer came this cryptic comment,
OTU No. 1; VO-VCS OTU No. 1; Produce Surplus Food And Lovely Flowers For ," Captain Shrum said. "The "We have learned so many things

and Marines will fall in at the Sea- Household Of Five dedication of a Service Flag may about fighting a war, that we now
plane area. Student Officers, mean many things to the families have very little doubt as to our
WAVES and Y-7 will form at the I and friends and the men for whom ultimate victory over the 'BocheV
Yorktown Area. Officers not h Ky BOB ;MYEKS, Y2c the stars are placed on the field of Another chief who has a family

charge of enlisted groups will 1 I, Continued on page fl.kt Continued on pane two
On the Port side of Building 1247 at the corner of Yorktown
form in a body between hangers and Hancock St, where Chief George S. Quimby, his wife, two
114 and 115. Student aviators I|' tera and younger brother are living, you may see one of the A\'e.I I

will fall. In with their squadrons I complete Victory gardens, floral beauty spots and all-round j Ij Welcome Allies !
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i homes on the Station. I

Locating PersonnelBy This 50 by 125: foot lot, more Instead of the row just vacated.
Phone ExplainedThe than half of which is under culti- Well-fertilized soil from the old I (An Editorial) .
I vation, produces vegetables, salad row is raked over to add to the
ingredients, spices, decorative middle strip and bulbs, seeds and
Officers' Roster, distributed flowers and special table tidbits for seedlings are planted there to make Over the past year at this Station we have had the pleasure of havingIn
monthly, contains the names and the family festive board the whole up a new crop. our midst many of the members of the armed services of the Allied
telephone numbers of all officers Nations.
year round. Thus, Summer, Winter, Fall and i
who have been on the station up I
Early in 1D12! a of high-ranking South American officers
Little Work Surplus
to ten before the date of publication Spring, the Quimbys enjoy the |
days A few minutes day with a Army and Navy came here on a tour. Since then we have had in
every in which for this
If officer on duty vegetables season |
any trowl and hoe, two hours twice a our midst for training, aviators from Peru, from England, from Fight
North Florida climate ,
here is not listed, the telephone week with the water hose, and may mean I ing France and from many other nations. We have endeavored to
almost if and
operator will supply the number If real day's work a week anything thought treat them as we do those who are guests in our homes. We believe
just one attention exerted at
it is available. the and are as Quimby they have all left here with the kindest of feelings toward our great
all hands vegetable
by on Manor. Even Irish which
to contact potatoes
Personnel wishing en-
country which to them means in big letters-FREEDOM.
listed men may check with the flower gardens for, the produces more family some say cannot be. raised in Those visitors, with the exception of the British, have been handicapped -
than -
Directory (Ext. 778)) to find out enough Quimby Florida soil, actually do come out
by the lack of knowledge of our language Even the British
the unit to which any enlisted man table. I Continued .. pane flue have had trouble in catching on to our slang. This is not their fault
is attached. He may then call the Mrs. Quimby is "charge d' af- We must be patient We must spend our time in trying to acquaint
personnel officer of that unit to faire" of the garden planning board Navy Radio ProgramsThe them with our language and our customs.We .
contact the man. and advisory committee. The Chiefis need their help-now. There may be a day in the future that
After 1630 the Directory will boss of the ground-breaking cer- following radio programswill we will need them again. At any rate, this war is doing one thing.It .
refer all inquiries concerning naval emonies, cultivation, up-keep and be broadcast by Jackson. is educating those Allied Nations into our customs which they will
personnel to the duty watch of the manual labor. Both of them weed \llle stations from the Naval Air take back to their countries when those countries are free and which
unit to which the officer or man and worry the garden along and Station: will help mold the opinion of those countries toward our nation
sought is attached. After 2200 the entire family shares the delights Friday'JAY (3100-2180)) In our way, we have our own pet nicknames for people of all conn-
oply( emergency telephone calls will of the daily harvest. Naval Air Technical Training tries. We have a nickname for the British, a nickname for the French,
be acted upon. Family "Planning Board" Center auditorium, "S a V y a nickname for the South Americans, for the Dutch, for the Irish, for
--toMM--- The 'year round' harvest that Wings." the Italians. And we should not forget that they all have their nick
Official I Eiw.lopoi Not For Yard M.il 1 brings fresh vegetables to the I Saturday WMBR ((2000- names for us.
In order to avoid the danger of ,, Quimby table Is a special arrange 2030)) ;Main Station auditorium, These officers and men from the Allied Nations who are with us
yard mall correspondence getting ment of the family "planning "Swing With the Navy." now are familiar with those nicknames. We know that they do not
mixed up with U. S. mail and going board", which all gardeners mightdo Sunday WL'DQ (1930-2000) like them any more than we would like the nicknames they have for .
to the Jacksonville Post office, well to copy. All Saints Chapel, Navy Vespers. Americans if we were alone in their countries. And those who are
octal envelopes with the of-I' Some thirty-odd rows are planted ." with us are perhaps a bit more familiar with the English languagethan
clause should not be used. Only I more than a foot apart, allowingfor I Tuesday WJIIP (2100-2130) you can imagine.
blank envelopes which should be between-the-row cultivation i Naval Air Technical Training They are your guests and in your homes. Treat them as such. We
conspicuously marked "yard mail," I' while the original crop is grow- Center auditorium, Naval Air do not know what punishment is in the books for lack of courtesy to _.''
or "multiple address envelopes I ing. As produce from each row i Technical Training# Center auditorium members of the armed forces of our Allies but a damned hard kick 11
especially designed for non-contl-I is delivered to the kitchen a new I "Naval Air Station Con in the pants would not be a bad idea for anyone who is caught treating :' :
dential matter should be row Is started in this middle space cert Band" them with anything but the greatest courtesy. .' "

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS May 6, 1943

Cecil Field NewsExamining Frenchmen ,Graduate From NAGS On The Spicy 3 Lee Field Aces

Boards Side 0' Life Get Distinguished

Created Under New fW Je EDITOR'S NOTE To the Flying Crosses .

anonymous author of the jokes

Education below: Your column was a bit

Setup too rowdy even for our wicked Lieutenants Grimmell

humor department The blue ,

} lH.'ncUhlttlt"tl it down to only Madden And Barnes Re.
Air Station To
four items.! Why don't you send warded For Guadalcanal

Handle Own Advancements us more stories, all throttled ,
down to our indicated air speed? North Africa Coral Sea
In Ratings; Lt. Quinn Overheard HeroismThree

Now Operations Officer r t Boy-"Do you like men that are

a always trying to kiss you, or the Lee Field aces were

By Jack L. Trimble, SK2c, USN I other kind 1"Girl'What presented Distinguished Flying

Cecil Field is rapidly expanding other kind? Crosses last week by Commander

its activities and facilities and is Charles G. Shone, commanding officer
relying upon its own units for the "I'll be frank with you, said for their heroism in aerial

efficient functioning of all projects the young man when the embracewas combat against the enemy in action -

previously handled entirely by over, "You're" not the first ranging from North Africa to

the Main Station. Included in the girl I ever kissed. Guadalcanal.The .

new program is the creation of "I'll be frank with you," she honored
examining boards for the purposeof replied, "You've got a lot to learn."" men were:
Howard L USNR
examination and advancementin Lieut. Grimmell ,

rating of the enlisted personnel Chuckles of San Diego, Calif.

attached to Cecil Field. These An old maid created quite a stir Lieut. Walter F. Madden, USNR, of ,-

examining boards are made up of in a seed store the other day. She Cleveland, Ohio. .. 1 1Li.ut

officers attached to the squadronsand 1 walked in and asked the clerk to William W. Barnes, USNR,

the administrative division and t tstl give her instructions on how to of Philadelphia, Pa. 1
= Lieutenant Grimmell cited
are as follows: sow wild oats. wad

For ACMM, AMMlc, AMM2c: for "heroism and extraordinary ;

AMM3c, Lt. Roger B. Woodhull, An old negro, brought before the achievement in shooting down

USN., senior member of board. judge, was asked if he were the three Japanese twin engined j

ACM AM 1C, AM2C, AM3c. defendent. Pointing to his attorney bombers during an air assault .

ACRM, ARM1c, ARM2c ARM3c. he said, "Dar de de'fen'ant. over Guadalcanal. A graduate of

CRM, RMlc, RM2c, RM3c Lt. I'se de man wat stole de chickens." San Diego State College, he entered -

William B. Davidson, USNR The American end Fighting French flags flew tide by tide when the first Fighting Naval aviation in October

Seaman Branch; Lt. Herman T. Frenchmen to be gredueted from the Naval Air Gunners School et Yellow Water 1940, winning his wings at the
Krol USN. received their diplomat from Comdr. E. E. Dolecelt, commanding officer. The The Federal order for a 35mile.: Miami Naval Air Station in Au-

CY, Ylc, Y2c, Y3c, CSK, SKlc, French fUg bearer was among the 20 honor graduates ai well ai another Frenchmennot an-hour driving limit brought ave- gust, 1941.

SK2c, SK3c; Lt. John T. Bize, shown here The names o.f the Frenchmen are withheld in order to protect rage speed throuhout the country Lieut. Madden's Feat Secret
down to about 37 miles an hour.
USNR. their families in Franc., Lieutenant Madden received his

Commissary & Messman Branch; citation for "initiative, skill and

Lt. Nicholas J. Fowler, USNR the rents airmanship" in the North African

CPhm Phmlc, Phm2c, PhmSc, We remember them for the prices campaign. For reasons of military

HAlc, HA2c; Lt. Comdr. W. W. First Of Fighting I Sea BreezeBallad I they raised secrecy, no details of his adroitly-

Harden, USNR.A For Glory, and National Defense. executed mission may be releasedat

to N and Petty Officer RatIngs this time, Navy officials said
French Graduated For The Mid Watch
; Lt. Benedict N. Quinn, We've forgotten the resting on He entered Naval aviation soon

USNR. (Written by a bailor In the USS Sunday, after graduation from Louisiana
The creation of these boards Is Continued front palre cue The pleasure of sleeping all State University and won his

expected to lessen the tremendousload and two brothers in France saw ENTERPRISE) night wings at Pensacola on August 17,
carried by the Main Station his training at the NaVal Air Gun We're out in the Pacific, patrolling We've forgotten the looks of our 1938

aa well as centralize all Cecil Field ners school as "making sure that We've sighted not one lonely sail. families The award to Lieut Barnes

activities for efficiency. The boards Germany would be destroyed." If we're lucky we'll get in on Monday But we still remember the plightOf came as an official confirmationof

will act as a unit under the super. "With this splendid training that the 40 hour men we're defend his previously-announced win-

vision of the Cecil Field educational we have all received here," he said, For a two weeks assortment of ing ning of the Distinguished Flying

officer. "I know that it will not be long mail (THOSE STRIKE-FOR-OVER- Cross for his night-fighting ex-

The educational officer will pro- before I will see my family againin We'll find out then what we're do TIME GENTS) ploits in the Battle of the Coral

vide the various boards with all a Free France." ing. We think about them in our twentya Sea. Lieut. Barnes also wears the

possible information, questions and Colorful CeremonyThe (The secrecy around us is dense) day Navy Cross for heroic action at
data and will co-ordinate and assist The papers will tell how we're For Glory and National Defense. Midway.
American and Fighting
in the execution of this project. striving -' I
He will act as a clearing French flags, carried by an American For glory-and national defense.We've .
and French sailor respectively,
house for the boards who will turn
flew side by side as graduating Grab Your Pencils You Puzzlers! I
over all work to him when completed taken to living like hoot
ceremonies were held in front of
The ratings for which eachboard owls
the administration building following
is to be responsible are to inspection of the men by Darken ship is the best drill we I .3 f a. y 0 ie f i
be so grouped and distributed as do,
to provide for as much equalityof Comdr. Underway we've given up movies
Led the drum and bugle
by /w rS X40tt
responsibility as is consonant! For watches in "Condition Two"We've ,
with efficiency. The plan is expected corps, American bluejackets in acquired eyes like a tom i I
white marched to the scene of the
to be of great value in the cat'".
followed marines 4pC
Cecil Field educational program graduation by It was that-or a head full of
dressed in khaki Fighting French dents
chief officers in blue and
Lieutenant Benedict N. Quinn And our legs are all covered with
white and French sailors with their
has assumed the duties of the Ce- hashmarks,
cil Field operations officer. He ,, white caps topped by red pompoms For Glory, and National Defense. 15f J5
flanked each side
were on by
replaces Lieutenant Herman T.
American sailors and marines.
Krol who has been transferred to Our Blues we've retired to mothballs 37 zit Y 0 3f
Officers at the Air Gunners
squadron instructor duties. Lieutenant er3S
School reiterated Comdr. Dolecek'spraise
Quinn came to Cecil Field We demilitarized all our dress
for the French.
from Fort Lauderdale, where he whites
out that in spite of
They pointed
erred as operations officer. He We polish our shoes with our neck-
difficulties most of them
i language 3Y 70i
also served in operations cap erchiefs
I learned easily and were devotedto
Which issued for
JacksonSufficient their courses Also since most were liberty
nights ':s ti3 rYi
of their work was manual and
We've economized fresh water +
on If
consisted of doing things rather _
aerological equipment than listening to lectures few real And saving old cleaning rags- Yb 7
h& been received from the Bureauto hence U '
obstacles were encountered in 38'rtiP
set-up a Class "F" aerologicalunit We've cut the legs off our trousersFor
them how handle
teaching to
at Cecil Field. It is expected American Glory,-and National De 0
that this unit will be in operation weapons. fense.
The honor men in the two classes
within the next few weeks and 1 J S3 y i oG J7 '

will be of great value in the functioning graduated Saturday are : We've learned to eat beans, rice ra 1 d
Company 24.43-Daggett, J. B..
of flight operations. This and
Jr., Corp.. 3.62; Hughes, I. G.. cabbageAnd 9 40 0 ,
Aerological unit will under
operate about
Corp.. 3.62; Swiatecki, R., Pfc.. forgotten things like
the supervision and direction of the
3.59; Russell R. T., Arm3c, 3.58; cows
operations officer. We've dated
Spillman E. F., Corp., 3.55; Szost- cautiously our fresh

kowskl R., Pfc., 3.52; Boardman. eggs -

J. H.. Pfc.. 3.49; Thompson, V. B., As older than Darwin allowsWe've .: = 1 .

Navy Wives UrgedTo Pfc., 3.48; Lovell, W. A., Pfc., 3.45; put away thoughts of home _

George, G. H., Pfc., 3.45. cookingAs .'croea Irew.
Company 25.43-Kinsey, R. L., dreams of a (very) past tense 1. Dh'Corlllnufo 31.! or the 'hi J Pure tit :11.: I'eeble-minded

Save Tin Cans ARMSc, 3.58; Dimltro, G. E.. ARM While beef we hash breakfast on prunes and 5. Young rlll1)1.) 4or It nftdle ::12. head lops

3c 3.48; Fleucher, J. G., ARM3c. )0.'ln 1f 41 Mt111nf'l'I 2 MI..ratt' :13. Composition' /
3.47; Furey. C. J. Jr., ARM3c, 3.47; For Glory and National Defense. 14. Assam silk 43:! cuhlng; flow "rolll-t'ouillry! ::11\\ Enthusiast

Lieut. Walter Sledge Tells Dujak, D. J.. ARMSc 3.43; Cole, worm 44. .0\ bf'lIeerhirlK :I. tlreasy 36. blft

How To Cans For L. V.. ARM3c, 3.42; Davis, L. J.. i We've homes forgotten now what. our 15. h sullen 45. lIpPtd up 4. I1hl. 3 II, Shelf<<
Prepare like
ARMSc 3.38; Alexander J.. ARM Wandn 1,6. Ai' 6. Tlosea U. Fool

Uncle Sam's Use 3c 3.55. I And the fact that we once drovea 1':. HEalthy t7. Verse COllf,. 6. Dress fastener 4:. Child' disease.
18. Main artery; tlsely/ : poetic 'Possessive U. TitHe
Uncle Sam wants your tin cans Don't beat it down or force the We still recall where our wives live Is. Scold tI "ommluliln.r pronoun 44 Own

but he'd like to have them in the !sides together. Cans are better If But wish they knew where we 20. Bird 50. Conveyance .. AllUlltJc 46. Tolerate

proper shape and form, accordingto I you can see through them after are U. Comnilsslone tl. l'nespecled mammals 41. Play on \\Ionh
Lieut. Walter Sledge Conservation they have been flattened, accordingto We remember still seeing our chI)
%t. 1Vornr. good luck D. Ulillflftlli fulEn 49. Came loa
officer at this Station. I Lieut Sledge. dr.nButl1a'en't 25. 'Mallrtous 5t llummape 10. AdJ.at close

Lieut. Sledge believes that station Pack your cans in a handy box they forgotten us bllrnn! 5t!. The bad In 'UI 11 Gibe use of $0. Foundations

galleys are properly preparingtheir or a paper sack, and Public Works since? 26. Iifa1J. 59. Misleads J.OE-IIlro\.1\I\ IJ. Cheek:

cans but issues a word of will pick them up from homes on They think we are pictures that ItI,1)uJIJrate! U. trElaI'lIl 13. Fish" Zoology

instruction for wives of servicemen the base. sit on a shelf iY: !lihM 12. Glacial 'IiO\\' 21. Sills (1(11 82. Done with

who reside on the Station as The cans are delivered to the For Glory, and National Defence. U. fltllierp' a U. Delete 1.11ellowe U rrlma Donna)

well as for those who live in Jack Main Station "dump" where they low U Location 25. 11th &4. J1.mnlndn
local contractorand We've forgotten the days whEn a
sonville.If are pickedup by a 35.
Passing n. Parrol.tlke 24. A'rlft 55. Seed protector'
tin to forwarded to de-tinning plants. dollar
you are saving cans n.
aid in the war effort-and they Ends cut from the cans should also Might buy us a movie and dinner fashion) Linda FlIf'AIIUhll'. U Quote .-
U. floss off9
III aware
are vital just now-you should cut be packed and saved. Instead of procuring a sandwichThe 36 AmpMth.atru CIi f11.t ,Jfpru- .
Cove dish
110. CooKing
out each end of the can, and wash ,' "This is one war effort In which ,size of a dollar, but thinnerWe 31. T1usp Insect .It>ne Peeprled.J ...' FIeld
h. The H.IIr
lousewlves participate with remember the g>'ocer, the milkman *
and each can thoroughly.Then I' may n.
dry D.rc.lt '7.1l1Ito1 .'1'u,) W.1 IyfArussertt
put the can on the floor out any great difficult). Lieut.

and step on 'it until it is l1a HE-nc-d. Sledge concluded. And the buzzard who leaps in en page sews)

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_6, 1943 ___ m __ JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

Lee Field News First War Bond 100. Percenters At Lee Field The Compass. Civilians In SixDepartments

SkipperSkipp d Getting "On The Beam" Get t

With "The Needle"Here's
In 'Coke' Roundup
100% Bond Award
Q a lesson for service men

With His DollarLieut. '\ about getting tatooed: A few
\ t
} l'' years ago, I was at a homecomingfor Commandant's Pennant
a sailor who had been away
Comdr. E. G. Kon- ." Yi from home for years and his Presented By Captain Michael
i. .i" little In his
: : : mother gave a party For Allotments Of
rad Goes To Fleet; VF honor. During the course of the

Squadron's Swing Band In V dinner, the son rolled up his sleeves 10% Of Employes'IncomesCivilian
II.? r .. < > and what the mother saw caused

.. Need Of More MusiciansBy ;I (. ." """l .: her to burst into tears. employees in six Station
.Ie.i ;-', N ,."l.. \ ''doc Her son's query as to what she departments were presented the
C. S. WILKES, Y/o '. << .... ." _t,,* ,.".' .,1 BIll. was! crying about brought this answer Commandant's Pennant by,Cap tain
It appears that the old tradI- : "Son, before you were born, S. J. Michael in recognition of
tion-bound scuttlebutt (drinking First 100 parcantars in the War Bond allotment drive at L.. Field. S-I division I made every effort. I worried their 100 percent subscription, of

fountain) is about to give way to 1(Commissary) are investing In the cause for which! they are fighting. Capt. day and night, I prayed, I did at least 10 percent of monthly income
modernity in the form of the M. Bregar (aitrama left, rear row), Mein Station commissary officer, was on everything I could to be carefulso to live purchase of. War
"coke" machine. Like Count Fleet deck to congratulate his men at the successful conclusion of th.ir driva. Shown you would be as perfect a babyas Bonds through the payroll, deduc-

making a show of the field in the her. are: (Rear row left to right) Capt. Bragar; E. AI Rea, SC3c: F. Piatralla, there could be, making sure you tion plan.
Derby, the coke machine is out in SC3c; S. Piatralla SC3c; J. E. Laary, S2c; R. G. Michaud, S2c; A. D. R. Barwick would not be marked and now, Putt D. Haley, acting: Public
\ front and breezing in the Gossip SC2c, and Chief Commissary Steward S. C. Breslow. (Second row, left to right) after all. these years, you get ta- Works foreman, and Lieut. W. W.
Handicap run daily at Lee Field.A C. C. Arnold S2c; J. J. Russell Mess Sgt. Marina Corps; C. H. Kosher, SC3c; tooed." Knight, head of the department,
strong favorite is the story of S. Krawchut, S2c; A. W. Butler SC3c; R. T. Centred, SC2c; F. D. Capone, SC2c; The son had the tattooing removed received the pennant on behalf of
4 the Skipper requesting a nearby W. R. Brynar, SC3c; C. E. Gibson. SC2c; J. J. Burke. SC3c; C. Harris, SC3c; the next day-a very pain- the Mechanical Division of the
, petty officer to get him a coke I; L. B. Luther, SC3c; T. M. Lynn, SC3c; R. A. Wandel, SC3c; A. Stafford, S2c, ful treatment to him, but not Public Works Dept. Louis G. Floyd,
l' and also cokes for anyone else I and F. R. Bordarick, S2c. Sitting in front row are: B. Wilhoit, Jr., SC3c; J. B. nearly as painful as the heartachehis foreman of labor, and Lt. WilliamJ.
that wanted them. Armed with a I II McKaown, Jr., SK3c, and L D. Roberts, SC2c. disfigurement had caused his Tenzer, assistant officer in
dollar bill that the skipper gave -- mother. charge, were presented the Public
1 him he rounded in the Works Department, Maintenance
up a group
title chosen ,
that the "WAVES IN
1 Personnel office that were thirsty. Commercial! NAVY BLUE," was one of those' The A & R is 'where men are Division's flag.
1 He was soon back with the drinks which she had submitted men and women are women. (But The Transportation Departmentwas
i and everyone sat around happily Harris you(; can't teU at a distance whichis represented by W. Dauphin,
Storekeeper modestlysays
quenching their thirst. For soma BulletinFor which.) and Machinist William S. Martinat
however, she does not know
the officer their ceremonies of presentation.
reason petty thought
that she was the only one to send
something was missing and then I An old colored man was asked The Mechanical Division of
in the title
winning but she is
dawned a terrible realization. RentRooms"Glanusk" : how long it took him to walk homeat the Supply Department, comprisedof
You guessed it. The skipper was Mrs.. Acosta, pleased with some copies of the I night. H. replied, "If I'm scaredit colored employees, were awarded
she received. She to
Blvd. 21964. song hopes
4667 Ortega : their emblem of attainment
patiently waiting in his office- only takes me 10 minutes.
Double. room with twin l beds and hear it played by the BluejacketsBand.
cokeless! .' connecting bath. 3S5: Herschel, through CBM Alfred Szarmanski.
On another occasion, "Dave" i 23028. Sunday, May 9, Is Mother's Defy. Of this group 94 per cent pledged
Davis, Y3c, was given 50c> to get 2830 Double Park room Street with, 2-621)8.private bath JSh Don't forget to send that gift, a 13 percent of their pay.

change and buy five cokes for the Large room for two or three; also 'Phone Numbers RequiredAll nice Mother's Day card; Or, if you Fifth department to be present
boys. He got the change all right smaller room. 2601 Park Street. have been a little slack in your ed the pennant was Communications

but had so much fun putting 77968.Large room with twin beds and officers and Commuted Ra- writing, promise yourself and writea represented by Miss Millee
nickels in the machine that he connecting sun parlor. 2116 River- tioned men have been notified to nice long letter. A word from Gante, and Lt. Comdr. V. H Con-
soon had ten of them. side Ave, 7-7251. keep their Unit Commanders ad- you will cheer her. radt-Eberlin. Safety Engineerswere
The unfortunate buyer has decided Room with use of entl..ehoune. vised in writing of their telephone represented by Eben S. Arm.
with one or two meals. 4516 Red-
that in the future hell aska wood Avenue, (near Holies' School numbers ashore at or through Th. Way You Wear If strong.
man whether he enjoys playingslot I Kerry). 9-4401, ext. 23, or after S which they can be reached in an When worn by a gob Two additional departments have
machines before parting with I P. M. 97243.Extra emergency, according to the Plan On the back of his knobIt attained the mark set by the Secretary .
his money. two closets large and master connecting bedroom bath.with of the Day. When such personnelmove means that he thinks he's of the Navy as necessaryto
Notice to the future Mrs. Thomas 2388 Lake Shore Blvd 2-318. they have been ordered to dapper. win this honor. They are Sup.
Costello: You may 90 ahead and buy Two doubln rooms with adjoiningbath report promptly in writing the new ply Office group and Supply Store
1383 Talbot Ave, 27473. While down the
thet fetching hat, gloves and handbag Two double rooms, connectingbath telephone number at or through on eye house. This brings to 15 the total -
Means the tar is
let you Saw in the window the 3547 Park Street. 2.119Z. which they can be reached. a guy number of departments which
I Room with private bath, 1506 Riverside Who likes to believe he's a sc. .
other day. Your "future" just mad. I have won the Commandant's Pennant
hit petty officer rating. Congrttul Room Avenue with adjoining bath 1953 per. on this Station.
tions to Costello on both counts. Greenwood Avenue 21593.: Meet Your MatesBrief On the back of his domeIt Jacksonville Naval Air Stationled
VF squadron bade a regretful"bon i Two room apartment for rent for means "nobody's home" the other naval air stationsin
voyage and good hunting" to. 29946.the month of May.. 14 J5 Pearl Street, Biographies of Men And the wearer's a boot or a the United States last :Marchin

Lieut Comdr. E. G. Konrad as he For Sale Serving With You rookie. the percentage of civilian enrollment

left last week to join the fleet. Three bedroom brick home, elec- But when worn square and straightIt I and per capita subscription.
Incidentally, the same outfit reports trio range; hot water heater and .
Nor -e Space Heater, 1658 Parrlsh means brains in the pate,
that they have an excellent Place. The atmosphere is slightly different -
Be the wearer a vet or a rookie.
swing band now in operation. They bedroom partially furnished but the principle is the same
however that look- hO OOt sale for cash; availablefor for HENRY G. STEPHENSON
add, they are May 21st. 4611 Hlount Ever hear the mocking bird in Lauderdale PO Invents
ing for more musicians to "sit in". occupancy Y3c, whose duties in the discipline
Street two miles from Air Station. the shrubs at the entrance to the
If there are any Krupas or Dor- Call Lt. Cdr. Poor, Lee Field, etx. section, under the Mast Yeoman of A&R Seems to try to cheer the New Target Sleeve RingA.
around them off. The 201 or 27510. the to
seys tip Personnel Office, parallel
workers by his chirping.No .
for Hale up
bungalow by
bandmen also say that Lieut. Rice owner.Five rom 4632 Blackburn: Road (LakeShore some extent, the career he has Contest E. Bell, AOM3c, at NAS,

has a number titled "Bedlam at ) with tile bath, sun porch already carved for himself in civ- Judq -"WELL, Sam I see you're Fort Lauderdale, Fla., designed an
a Navajo Blanket Party" that is laundry tubs in garage, awnings, ilian life before enlisting in the back for fighting with wife oversized ring which is attached
exhaust tan In attic and Venetian your
nothing less than sensational. blinds. Will sell equity for late Navy. Liquor again?" through grommets to the smaller
Someone submitted the followingthe model car and cnah. Contact Mr Stephenson was formerly Munic- Sam-"No, tuti, Judge, sH. licked ring at the mouth of a target
( editors take no blame) : Uober. 4632 lllackburn Road ipal Judge In Winter Haven, Fla. m. clis time". sleeve.
"They Uughed! when I walked In Radlola.radio for Combination sale $75.00.phonographand Mr. Jones He is now on military leave from Thus secured the larger ring

with my tight feilor-med.! Bid*. 610. Kxt 344. his duties as county solicitor for Heard in the A. & R. dispensarythe rides on the ground lifting the
"But when I set down-they split." Ilaby'a Inner spring mattress Has Polk County. There isn't muchin other Kellerher canvas as it streams out behind
day: Ensign ,
and not been re-covered used since Price being$6.50.re-stuffed Mrs.A. the line of law and courts that who aays she hails from Boston the tow-plane during the take-off.

Former Net Queen Has N. Peter. 1330-U( Randolph St., this sailor does not know. (anyone from Mass says they are This idea has increased the life of

O.O.D. Job With WAVESLieut. X.A.S. Jacksonville.Prism binoculars. size h:30.: Mf;. Last month Henry was advancedIn from Boston), broke down and ad- a sleeve to better than 15 flights.
Orand-l'Rrl, Call Ensign Cl. L. rating to the petty officer ratIng mitted that she lived just twelve
Flnne at ext. 288. of Yeoman 3rd class. Although miles from there. They were ribbing like you have never seen, ran all
(jg) Helen Jacobs is do- the way to the Security office and
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he is a graduate of Mercer Uni- one another about their home
ing a fine job as permanent O.O.D.at reported that he was late for his
versity, in Macon, Ga., where he towns when Ens. Kellerher brokein
the boot at Hunter
new camp watch. The Officerlooked
Waring Chooses LocalWAVE'S won his LLB and AB degrees, he with one about "Texas", the
College, New York. She is playing up and smilingly told him He was
tennis to enthusiastic audiences' of preferred to enter the service pharmacist mate. Says she, "I Just twelve hours early.In .
some 2400 recruits although "Pipe Title For SongFred where some of the scrubbing, heard you lived so far back in the

down" is a far cry from "Love Waring and his orchestra hustling and fighting was sure to country that your mother sent you
one". paid tribute to the WAVES Sunday fall to his lot as an enlisted man. after the mail one day, and you the Spring a young man's

This to her is the most Import. afternoon over the Blue Net The 39-year-old bluejacket enlisted have been in the Navy for over & fancy turns . And in this case
ant thing she has ever done, and work by playing a song he has in the Navy in January of year and your mother thinks you it turned to writing poetry to a
while the work is by no means written for them. Waring asked this year and was indoctrinated at are still after the mall." WAVE in the Operations office at
easy she enjoys It thoroughly. Miss WAVES all over the country to this Station's "Boot" camp. lie is the Main Side: It seems that Jack

Jacobs is planning to use the ma- submit titles tor the song, and a former resident of Winter Haven "Joe", the Radioman in Barracks"M" Trimble, Sk2c In Operations at
terial she is gathering in a bookon among: those from this station who where his wife, Mrs. Laeta C. topside, was in his "sack" Cecil field fell In love with the
the WAVES. She already has responded was Sk3c Anne Harris, Stephenson, and his two daughters, sleeping the other evening when "cute" voice of Ann Mitsch via
r(' Elizabeth and Ruth two and told Mr. Bell's invention. And now they

book she has in mind is to be of a She received notice from Ed are now living, at 1127 West Lake him It was time for him to go on are reported to be sending
more serious nature. Lee, Waring's business manager, Canon Drive. watch. "Joe" did a dressing act other photographs of introduction.

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Editorial Office News OndVieros fromtaoon
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The JAIL Am NEWS If p.bll fctd weekly at the 1:. I ,
Kafal Air StatUa, Jttk..Bfllle. Florida, Vf the TuWB By Cap Reuben W. Shrum (ChC), USNIn

Utloa. Office at .o expense t. tie ..ura...', r all 1 conversation with a decidedly seagoing man,
fre..t cllarre U ealUted a..ther
t distributed
C.let.art the other day, one who had seen some twenty years
Naval: perseaBcl at the Naval Air StttUn 'lte ;
service I said to him: "From your long service,
auxiliary air tUtUai Bt LH aid Ce.U Field, ad th. to
would you suggest our young men
what message
xMt4t .
:Natal Air GBBaec's S.bool. DittrlbotUa I* als for Mother's Day?"
the Uc.d'..rt.,. .f the Naval Air OperatUai r R of the Navy "
THh.ltal Trail He answered: "Tell them just t* play fair. And
TraJalBf C.Btm.a4 sad th. Naval' Air "
lag C..*er. I said "What do you mean by that? Again he answered .
"Tell them to be at least as square with

Ilea Adalral A. D. C_V. VON.CfcWI their Mothers as they would with
.( Naval' Air OperatUaal TraC ., any other woxnan whom they
Y loved. If a man loves a woman .

..UU 8. J. Michael, l'lIN.! r he is bound to be polite toward
CnmBd, her, he will give her gifts, he will

.Jackt.atllle Natal' Air Stati.. keep in constant touch with her,
W ,?" by letters or otherwise There's

, C'p Ua I.... J. O'Malley MC), .'$W. faro rttro'ZEAO it dUT wr rNAT fAP-yoo no woman living can ever do as
Ommaadinr Ollitu.C. much for them aa their Moth
S. Naval' Hospital ers. Let them be fair enough to
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write, to give a few gifts and a.." D

C.rms.d.r Edward E. D.le.*k, l'&W, N. A. O. T. C. RoundupNews lot of affection." This was his .

r.MBi.BdiBK Of fleer.Natal answer.

Air U.BBtr'i Seh..lLkst. There is a lot of marrying go-

C.l. Chester L. Gawae, l'tiMC Service.
of the :jiving
C...._. .' Officer, I I men men by becoming your wives are
you young
Barracks --
Mariae destined to be the mothers of tomorrow. The kindof
and last: fall was transferred tshore I chose is developed out of your demands
('.....d., B. D. lllrglai, DE-VG), VSNB, North Africa HeroN duty as Commanding Officeof girl you It is natural result of
and choices. a
I desires tastes
(.'......411.' Officer, A S Daytona Beach. Fla. Station. At
Beach to
the Daytona the demands of mating that they endeavor please
C. ...
Natal: Air TechBleal Trtlala A. Embree became -
Lieutenant Ralph the Daytona Beach Station commissioning Alright-don't long for a wife who will have
rSMC 4Bt) the first Naval aviator attached Rear Admiral A. E. you. of good motherhood and at the
U*.t. C.l. William T. Ktaat, be deco all the qualities
r.ram.adlac Officer, to this Station to Cook presented Commander Lesli I same time demand that this girl you are courting bea
Marine AviatUa Detachmentr rated for the North African cam the Navy Cross. Commander Leslie flapper. You young men are a comparatively small
paign when Commander H. D. Felt came to his present post her I group of the thousands of men in our Navy. But,

...maii4.r Charles G. SIa..., A-XG), ISNB, commanding officer, presented Cross.hin recently. I by thinking along the lines of good motherhood and
C mmaa4lar Officer, with the coveted Navy al acting out your thoughts, it is in your: power to

Aazlliary Natal Air SUtUa, Lee Field hands The to new go edict ashore permitting only ever; Laughs From Miami I i leaven the lump which for is tomorrow.designed to influence our
brand of
......der Ta.mas D. S..kwer.k, A-\"((i), t'fi NB. other night puts"WAAC in a crimp Wolfa"in whi the< NAS., Miami. Fla.-The editoria Remember the words of the oldtimer. who said,
('.mm..dl.' Officer style of the staff of the SKY WRITER hit; : "Play fair toward your mothers." And let me add
have been enjoying liberty every
Natal: Air Station, Cecil Field the nail on the thumb with thi that also
Aaiiliary evening. In fact, with Daytona: to that the serious injunction, you play
Confucius : "Jap happy
Navy say ; i
with WAACi fair toward these girls whom you are courting that
The. J\\ AIR >K>\'!S r...".. Camp Newapaper Seri Beach some of bulging the over boys think then to die" for country. Keep Jap happy their motherhood of the future may prove whole-
.... .f credited Matter prklkUed .- nation.
.rl.l Hepuklleatl be law agin" base duty some to a continuation of a great
wltkoat, permi.aies l .( ('*", War l>...ar.....<. "oughta a Station And in a light and humorous Jibe Mother."
But as the Dauntless ( "There stood by the crow of Jeu,
l0SE.42.1t.N.Y.C: paper) points out, "when you have< "I vein Wuz SKY Robbed"WRITER: comes up witl There is a sacrifice behind the life of everyone of

to stay! aboard think of the boy: out brains I us which can be compared only to Calvary. Think
When they passed ,
lie Week at sea; how many nights do they I
.Thought for : have liberty?" thought they said trains and I that one out.

German definition of American fliers : Latest addition to the athletic( I missed mine. 1.
staff headed by Lieut. N. M. Mur When they passed out looks, ]I. v
"adventurers from the scum of the Arne.noonpopulation burg It Chief Specialist Bernie thought they said booksI ,. ; '

who fly merely for high pay." Kaplin, former pro grid ace for didn't want any. '

the Philadelphia Eagles and the When they passed out noses. 1 I cB $

Jersey City Giants. Chief Kaplin, thought they said roses tO GI n I
Remember Your Mother former University of Marylander, red gJ
I asked for a big one. ;..J
Sunday is Mother's Day. Don't forget her specializes in boxing and handtohand When they passed out ears, ]I \.. ,'---= ..../- .
combat instructions. -.. .
thought they said beers 'i\.
It was she who gave you life; it was she '-:" ..., "'" C' .
worried wher Hew Paper At Hollywood I asked for two long ones. .' .
who nursed you and over you When they passed out legs, ]I '
you had the measles, whooping cough and the I NAGS. Hollywood Fla.-The In. thought they said kegsI

mumps ; it was she who made it possible for augural edition of MUZZLE asked for two fat ones. By Steve Kalagian, Y2c

to into strong healthy manhood ; BLAST rolled off the press and When they passed out hips I mates and listen to this story about the
you grow received a warm welcome from all thought they said lipsI Light up, ,
so that you could serve your country in a hands. The Station publication Is asked for two large ones. A St R'a little five-foot keg of dynamite. During a
: recent blackout test he asked a WAVE the securIty -
crisis like this one. to: be a bi-monthly. Boy, am I a mess! :
blindly Featured in the MUZZLE office what she was going to be doing during the
No one can love you more devotedly, BLASTS debut is an introductionto blackout.

and eternally than your mother. No one Commander Maxwell F. Leslie,, Navy Bus Routes "I don't know" she promptly replied, "but I

else can forgive you for your mistakes and I commanding officer a flyer and I know one thing -I don't take care of t-hlMren."

your faults as consistently and readily as hero of this war. The following routes will be im :
your mother. No one else can be as deeply) II A graduate of the Naval Academy mediately operated by Navy Ve Two girls in the disbursing office discovered thatt
her. in 1926, Commander Leslie hicles if at any time the Motor doesn't pay even to joke with Marines. They tried
hurt if you ignore las been in Naval Aviation since Transit Company is unable to furnish it last week when a couple of Marine guards who
She gets lonely for you often now that 1929. He took a slap at the Japsin the service. were on duty at the pay line got impatient. They

you are so far away from her. She thinks June, 1942 assuming command Rout No. I old the girls to hurry up because chow time was
of day beams with pride when she of an air group which participatedIn ipproaching-and they didn't want to miss a meal.
you every the battle of Midway with great Start at: Corner 21st Street and "Oh we'll buy you some lunch at ship's! service,"
hears about your promotions and success in success. Commander Leslie also Main Street, South on Main Streetto j one of the girls said flippantly.

the Navy, and her eyes light up everytimc saw action in the Solomon Islands Bay Street, West on Bay Street. When everybody had been paid and the girls
she receives letters from you. to Park Street, Park to Post, Post started out for lunch, they heard footsteps behind
mothers let us to College, College to Roosevelt to hem.
But in remembering our ,
the who in times like Navy BirthsAt Air Station. The girls told the Marines they had been only
not forget women Route No. 2 oking, but the leathernecks persisted. Finally the

these have had the faith to become our wives Vincent's Hospital, Jack- Start at Davis Street and 8th girls gave in and offered to buy them each a sand-*

"for better or worse and until death do us sonville. Street South on Davis to Adams, wlch. But that wasn't enough. One :Marine ordered

part." They are the future mothers of Lieut end Mr. Roy Merrill Plolt, West on Adams to Park, Park to a steak dinner and the other a hamburger dinner.

America, the women who will give birth to a 25.Ion, Barry Merrill, Sunday, April Herschel, to Ortega to Air Station, I "What had else their could we with do,"them.OM of the girl *ald."They .

of Americans imbued Aviation MarMnUfa: Mate and Rout No 3 guns
a new generation young JoCr.. John William Kemp Jr. a
with the ideals of freedom. Rememberher son, John William. Ill, Monday Start at Adams and Clay Streets, This actually happened at the baseball game Sun- fji
April 29.seaman. South on Clay to Bay, West on I
if she is already the motherof .. afternoon. A WAVE who seeing
even more and Mr.. Ernest 7 Parker Bay to Riverside, Riverside to lay was evidently
daughter Pamela Marie, Monday her first baseball noted with bewilderment -
a I some
children. For she is not only your game
your April If. Post, Post to College, to Roosevelt
wife but a mother as well.)) And no truer Seaman and Mrt. Edward F. Rob- Blvd., to Air Station. that every time a pitcher from either team got his
mason a lon, Jimmy Roland 'l"ue.- a hit someone ran down to first base and took
words were spoken than by one philosopher day April 27.Aviation I ROlli. No. 4 sweater to him.

who said that no one frames a man's charac- Mrs. Robert Machinist's Lee. Richardson Mate, a son and I South J.cli ftiU) "Why that man must be sick," she cried, "every-

ter more than two women-his mother and lobert Karl. Wednesday April 2S. Start at Atlantic Blvd. and Kings ime he goes to first base, they take him his sweatr. -
Yeoman and Mrs. Malcolm F. Avenue North on Kings to Miami ."
his wife. .. Malcolm Lee. Wednesday
I1a, a son,
2$. Road Miami Road to San Marco
here in- April
We all busy training
are very Warrant Officer and Mr*. Eugene Blvd., South on San Marco Blvd.I TALLEST STORY OF THE WEEK-A groundcrew
tensively for the day when we will meet the Gilbert, a son David Faulkner, to Hend ricks Avenue Hendricks at Cecil Field put In 40 gallon of gasoline --

enemy. Our thoughts are on this main ob Thursday Seaman, April and i 29.Mrs. Robert Jack to San Jose, to Bolles' Dock. in a Florida. mosquito the other night before they

jective-the destruction of the Axis powers 1.lnk. a Ion. Robert Jack Jr., Thursday Returning to starting point via: realized that It wasn't an SDD.
April' 29. San Jose, Hendricks Ave., Atlantic -
and complete victory. Aviation, Machinist's Mate and
frs.< Arthur Joseph Ward a Ron Blvd. to Starting Point. RUMOR OF THE WEEK-Sea gulls on the Station -
Yet no matter how engrossed we are in Thomas Joseph, Friday, late 30. Busses will leave starting pointsat are now making a short run on the ground

the fate of our nation, there is still timeto Irs.Aviation. Clarence Machinist's Joseph Jackson a son and, 0600 and will run at frequent before flying up in the air.
remember the Great Woman who made it Donald Curtis Saturday, May 1. Intervals.

possible for us to inherit the traditions of You Seaman:; Id, a son and Penrod Nfl Rodney Duncan, lillss Saturday Mail In Better light up another pipeful, :Mac this
our cCuntryVe must not forget now, we May 1Lieut Complaints Writing one is a dandy: Just the other day an Ensign was
and Mrs. Albert MartinCllinfcson All hands are directed to advice In a hurry to get out on the baseball field to play
must forget-no matter how high on Albert Martin, Jr.,
never : a son, the Station Mail Officer in a little Softball. He grabbed what he thought were
Mar 1.
the ladder of success we climb-that it was Saturday Lieut. and )'rll. Richard O. White, writing of complaints concerning his shorts and hurriedly ran down the stairs, tryingo
mother who suffered with us, laughed withus a daughter Polly Ann. Saturday, receipt of mall. They are further jump Into them on the way. fr'' "

and cried with us through all the years May Lieut.1. (jff) and Mm. Stanley Les-! directed to advise their correspondents They didn't seem to fit. He pulled pulled and .

of our life. And she is ready to do it again, lie Elaine l Stancsyk., Saturday a, daughter May Lellle Officer to should write to the Station Mail ulled. He knew he wasn't putting on any weight
they experience
lalte any He had just reached the door when he decidedo
old how mature Aviation Machinist's and Mrs.
no matter how or we may excessive delay in receipt of mall
diehard J. Klnsella. a diughter.Karen look them over a little more carefully.
be. Margaret Sunday, May :. from this Station. Coaliaued *n page elftht




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May 6. ___ __ _

rs Wave Washes Seaman Off Destroyer, This New Game Pays Off In Baltic


7'o Him i On Sister Ship 1 ;' ; ; '

ass SS
Seaman Claw John Andrew Urtchok, U.S.N.R., of 105 ,n

.: Avenue\ "B", New York City recently had the astounding experience

J of being washed overboard from his own destroyer In an extremely

1 rough sea and then some 40 minutes later was washed aboard another

'. destroyer which was aiding In attempts to rescue him.

The Commanding Officer of Seaman : .

";1 Urtchok's ship reported the I :

extremely unusual Incident Plane RecognitionFun -, ; /

Urtchok had Just finished even ?biat t y'y, t rY

ing chow in the crews' mess for

ward and was heading back aft to At NA TTCenShip's

the crews' quarters. It had been

a rough day. A following sea'
made the ship's pitch and roll ServiceD

heavier than it had been for t

months. The main deck was impassable K C

e so like the rest of the i s p I a y Of Models
Urtchok was using the torpedo
crew ,
; deck and top of the after Hanging At Soda Fountain

deck house for passage aft. Turns Valuable Sfudy Into

At the after gun Urtchok Enjoyable Game"That's *
stopped for a word with a friend

and the hope "Home to
expressed a'c
a Jap Zero, said the .
As had been out
morrow. they
0 .at sea for weeks and things can bluejacket. ,
happen in a hurry aboard shipsIn "Naw that's an American Douglas 0 k's .

war time the gunner answered ," said his shipmate. "An SBD, ? .;
only "maybe." I believe they call it."

"What do you mean; what could "I'll bet you the price of a good 5. S
a ,
sundae challenged the first 4
ha open? asked Urtchok. /
The sea and the destroyer almost "I'll take it," was the game reply _

immediately combined to give him of the second.Arguments K d Y. M .

his answer. such as these are

Over, over, over went the vessel, frequent in ship's service at the aaix.el__"'.'a..i_'''''''''''''- '''''''''.'.'.' ''',''.s. ''::'V:w55......." o '". >Ax: S5s':.., NA
and a mountainous wave hit the Naval Air Technical Training Cen Bluick and M.rn.i at the Naval l Air Technical" Training confer lean airplane recognition .t Ship's strvic* whrmodels .

after deck house. Urtchok was ter, where sailors and marines buy of .ll Allied ud Axis .trcr.ft Sri on dupUy. This indirect method of fetching recognition hi proved to b. highly

washed overboard. their refreshments.For popular with itudenti in the aviation ,chool..

"My first thought was that no- a model display of Allied

body saw me go over," the seaman and Axis aircraft models Is sus-
elated afterwards but in fact the pended from the ceiling to give No Vegetable Bills For Quimbys:

"man overboard" alarm was shouted the enlisted personnel visual asso- Up The Ladder I

to the bridge immediately and ciation with all types of planes. '

the slender ship began to turn I Since the students view the In They IJave11.-) ear Victory Garden

rapidly men aboard hardly losing planes during refreshment and relaxation Advancements RatingsAt ,

sight of the man in the water. periods it tends to make

And, another destroyer also aircraft recognition a pleasant i MAS Jacksonville Continued from page one
hobby instead of just another of this well-kept plot. vegetables.Of .
.j, swung to, standing by to help. there the hard-
study. The display is an additionalaid I course are
ia list of Jacksonville -
looked Following a Fertilizer DairyTo
said "the
Urtchok waves
incumbent farmer.
used to supplement the regular upon any
!.. like three-story buildings" and the method of recognition training, Naval Air Station in rat- begin their garden last October For instance Chief Quimby com-
advanced changed
rough sea made maneuvering to men or the couple made tripsto
which includes exposures that help many plained smilingly that on cold
pick up the man an extremely develop instantaneous recognition ing, as indicated, during the monthof the Venetian Dairy, not far from nights last winter he even sacri-

difficult task with lowering a boat abilities. April, 1943. Brewer. Al- the Station where for a few cents ficed his bed covering for the sake

out of the question. On its first Just as the Jap zero and American To RM3c-William I.Currier Harry per bushel, they bought barn fer of seedlings in danger of frost
B. ,
yin J. Joseph
him the destroyer was tilizer and rich earth. This they
run by insists
SBD are similar so are other :M Frank bite Although Mrs Quimby -
William Garry
.:,: tossed high on the crest of a wave Allied and Axis ships alike. For Garber. mixed with $4 worth of commercial that story is somewhat exaggerated .

\ f, but a life ring was tossed to him. example the American Fighter, H. Xolen. Klser fertilizer to a depth t>f 12 she does admit blankets 1.

'. "Even with the life ring I P-51, resembles the German Mes- To SC3c-Maynard Robert E. inches to obtain the rich loam that have been used to save one or

<\ r'U10ught I wasn't gonna' be home serschmitt ME-109, and the Ger- To SC2c-Carl R.S.Webster.To Crow, Is now thick in their backyard, more of their crops. But. she

I ':I.. ", again, ever." Urtchok said when it man heavy bomber, FW-200K, Rule Cklc Charles-Colrldge D. Singleton, where once there was only a sand points out, there were blanketsleft

yr r was over. locks like the American B-17, pit.Each for the family.
:.{ But his adventure was nearing bomber. Joseph H. Perry.To E. Therlault. week, on a forage into the Garden Prize Winners
a happy ending Aviation students who will soon countryside for butter and eggs,
To YZc-Robert B. Myers.To The Quimbys are not really new
His own destroyer failed to come take their places in the fleet must I. Okulskl. they brought back two or three
within rescuing distance on an- all of 8pW)3c-Atfred baskets of barn fertilizer to add at this domestic farming business;
able to
be recognize types
., other run toward him but the sister second's time. The CBMPA)-John S. Kemp. to their garden where needed. Oc- they have already won the Housing
in the gath- ships one To Sic-Julius G. Arnold, Albert tomato Area prize for the best looking gar-
ship, standing by of modern aircraft casionally a weary plant
phenomenal speed H Flowers, Albert E Ho ey, James den in April and December 1942.
ering darkness, trained its search- allows little time for identi- needs a "shot in the arm" to bringit
light on Urtchok and made her the sailor and :M Lewis, James R. McDermott, FredC. back to health. This is done Neither is Chief Quimby new to
fication and only Newfleld: George C. Pace, JosephS. military life His only contact with
approach.The i with a special Quimby preparationof
marine who knows his airplaneswell
Nickolas N. Reba, Frank
Pollnskl, actual farming was before the age
apparently was between them. manure and water. A cupfullis
can distinguish T Scott, Edward E. Smith, ThomasH. of 17 in Worcester! Mass., beforehe
fail in the rescue attempt, as The models in ship's service are sprinkled a few inches from the
Wadsworth, Walter J. Younp.
first the forecastle, then the mid arranged in various attitudes in plant, reviving it more quickly I joined the Army. He enlistedin

ships slid past the struggling sea- order that head-on, angle shots, than all the vitamin B-l on the 1919 and spent three years with
the 31st infantry in Siberia, China
man. market.
But as the low stern came by and silhouettes may be observed. Station Movies and the Philippines.In .
models of each air-
him, Urtchok was lifted high by a There are two Follows Indian Signs I 1923 the Chief enlisted in the
craft. One has an attached paper "* See )Murder' "
wave, slammed on the fantail of letter Mlft .attf'rlood Back in South Carolina, Mrs.Quimby's Navy from the Philippine Islands
which the
designation -
disk on Guy Hlbbe, Margaret naf'II. Lee' I and has been in the service
and ever
_" the destroyer, and grasped manufacturer, and missionsare native state, the Indians
fellow Field, "The'a: 'y Come Through. since. He was aboard the USS
held securely by seamen. used to plant according to the
"That deck was a sight for sore The'exact printed. duplicate of this Put O'nrlen' George Murphy, CecilField. phase of the moon. Bright moon OMAHA in 1937 when i J' was shipwrecked -

," was Seaman Urtchok's comment 1 in that Nine months later after -
eyes model, without a paper disk is \ Come Through; lit nights, they say coun-
MY 1-"Tloe ay a thorough overhaul of the
try are best for planting such
elsewhere in the display so ,
placed I'at O'llrlen, George Murphy, Lee I ship, he sailed in her to more than
above ground.
the observer by com- vegetables as grow
that can, "
Alley Poe,
"Lotr of Edgar
Fleldi 100 in and
ports Europe was
Potatoes carrots onions and other"root"
determine the identification -
parison, John Shepherd Linda Darnell, Cecil aboard when Barcelona
Spain was
Offi May Wear of of the models. Since crops grow best when plan-
any "The Great IId..r.l..e*'f',
Fields bombed and the OMAHA took
dark of the
the models are made to scale, com- Harold Peary, Jane Harwell. Stadent ted on "the moon, aboard refugees.
parative size between heavy bombers ., "']'wo Week the Indian theory holds.
Now rated a Chief Carpen-
"Never plant when the moon Is
bombers, and
Khaki twin-engined
Temporarily *' Main
and \bner.
to Lite Lam ter's Mate Quimby was a painter .
fighters Is at once apparent. on the wane, advises :Mrs. Quimby.
Station.MY until he his of :i
She has time and again branch
his air-
Uncle Sam doesn't want proven
J.d..rII..a Poe,
S--"Lo e* of service arrival at this station -
Present Uniforms Allowed men to shoot down their comradesand I.inda Darnell tee that crops so planted will growno
John Shepherd in 1941 He first
was assigned -
he wants to make sure that faster, and often will take longer
During The "Transition"Period Fleldi "Tile Great Gllder.leeve' to than vegetables planteda as instructor in the para-
m ,w the enemy is recognized Immediately grow
Harold Peary, Jane Darwell. Cecil chute doping loft. Later he
week or two later on the
Khaki on sight.
5 From i to Gray Field. moon". placed In charge of RAF men in
Lieut. (Jg) P. N. Devere con- "growing
MAY --"The Great GII.er.l..e.e.1nar.ld here for time.
"During the necessary transitionperiod" ceived and carried out the aircraft Darvrell, Lee "Laugh if you want she says, training some
.. khaki uniforms to recognition plan. "but we are eating the vegetablesand Chief Good Showman
from Fleldi "Two Weeks to Live" L...
-J "officers will be permittedto j have seen them grow". Chief Quimby is known throughout -
gray, w\- and Ahner, Cecil Fleldi "The Falcon
wear khakis now in their pos Strike Back" To. Couvray, 10 Cents Yields $6 to $8 Profit the station for his work with

session or manufactured until the 4 Sailors, 3 Marines Student Officer's Audi) "Xow toyager -, From this garden, for each Investment the Welfare Department at theNATI'Center

supply in stock Is exhausted," according Are Married Here ," Bette Davl, Paul Henrled, of ten cents in seed where he arranges
to order number 23-43 Main Station. comes a dinner table profit of $6 entertainments and has organizeda

from the Commandant of the Sixth MAY 1.-"Twoeek. to Live" to $8 in grown vegetables. Often ship's dance band. This work
Seven marriages were performed I is not exactly new to him either
: Naval District. Lum and Ahner. Lee Field "The bushels of produce from exception ,
.J 'Tan shoes, already in the possession on the Station last week one on I Falcon Strike Back" Tont Conway ally large crops are sold, or traded because in his 20 years of Navy .
not tan' Wednesday and six on Saturday.Wednesday's I service he has staged shows and
of officers but Cecil Fleldi Now Voyager" in exchange for seeds, seedlingsand
marriage was -
socks may be worn with the ap- Bette Datl. Paul Henrled. Stndent bulbs, or given away to friends. smokers aboard battleships and
__ proved working uniform until fur lowskL Seiferd, SC3c to Lucille Scyd- Officer'. A...| "Scrcn Day Last year the Quimbys threw I "tin-cans" from Norfolk to Singa- .
ther notice" the directive said. Leave," letor Mature, Luclle Ball. away pecks of tomatoes because pore. ...
Marriages Saturday were: Kenneth -. ,
uniform I. This he is the *
new thinks
Articles making up the Main Station. their crop was so large their ,
L. Henell to
be coat and trousers AMM3c Mary result of his early experience witha
will : 'I.'Y I--'rlae Falcon Strike flack friends were over-stocked and
Carol Herbert J. Lam
shirt with collar insignia, Diggett; further "takers". circus for which he worked asa
gray bert, Pvt. USMC, to Helen M. Che- T.. Conway, Lee Field "Now there were no
black tie, black shoes, black or Voyager," Bette Davis. Paul Hen The preserving of peas and pickles boy
lius; Julius J. Jaeger, S2c to I f
gray socks, plain visored! cap with Madeline Hackett Arthur Lannon, red Cecil Field IeSe 'ea Day peaches and pears Is a sideline Mrs. Quimby works on the sta-
black braid chin-strap and slate ; Leave.lctor Mature, Luclle Ball that augments the family diet dur- tion as the supervisor of the maids
S2c to Elizabeth White Desmond I
;".,' gray cap cover, and shoulder Young, Pvt. USMC, to Mabel Hansen Student Officer' Audi "Ititler'sChildren ing between crop weeks. in the Student both Officer's barracks

marks. David J. Clemont Pvt. USMC ," Tim Holt Bonlta Gran- They are busy people
The approved working uniform ; rule Mnln Station Look What They GotA working a full day and often at .
to Knight. .
(slate gray) may be worn as soon MtY 12:-":.Now07aKer.' .'' Bett n.I. .- partial list of the produce night for the Navy at their regu-

as available. The date for the final ---- ------ ., Peul Henrled Lee Field shows: Peppers, egg plant, toma- lar Jobs. Yet they find time to

change over to the new uni- JOBS IN LAUNDRY "Se e.. Day LentcMotor Mature toes, onions, squash, cucumbers, cultivate their fine gardens to a

,. tIt"form will be announced later. There are job openings In the Luclle Hall Cecil Field peas, beans, parsley, carrots Irish point where almost everyone on

'U "=- laundry for women to sort clean Hitler' Children. Tim Holt, potatoes mustard, celery, radishes, the station has come to speak of:
Those Interested fchould Ira Gran lllc. Student Officer'. cabbage, lettuce corn broccoli, "that house on the corner of Hancock

One 18.75: War Bond will supply contact laundry. Charles I'osnor, Main I .\':d.1 "Manila Callln,** Lloyd Xo- collard greens, kale garlic turnips and Yorktown with all the

l' a Navy flyer with a fur-hned Station Laundry. Ian Carol LandU Main Station. leek, sage and various other pretty gardens around it." .r
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i + : : As Naval Hospital Beats Photo LabBy At Mason FieldIn

Bernard Kahn, S2c League GameWith

Out of the welter of what Is aptly called the Station's "three ring
.; o (, Softball circus", Marine Evans emerged as the first pitcher to carvea a record defeats of two in victories
oP ," ., niche for himself In the game's no-hit, no-run Hall of Fame. It was against two Victory
the outstanding performance of the week as the Station's three major league competition the Air Station
Ii, ',,,. ,. ",+. 12-team leagues got down to brass tacks and approached the end of baseball team will be aiming to
the Painters
l annex a win over
t the first month of play.
which at Mason
Local club plays
versatile for the
Evans, flinger
: at 1500. Brooks At-
) Naval hospital entry in the American Meet The FliersCHARLES Field Sunday
league, produced his hitless chison, a big right hander, is
shutout against the hapless Photo slated to pitch for the Fliers.
Lab club. The failure of Photo Lab The Fliers, who have won their
starts will be withoutthe
last two ,
e r a to get a measly hit was made more
services of five members of
poignant by the fact that the Naval
: Hospital batters assaulted the the squad who have been affected
I : Cameramen's mound crew and by a recent NATTCEN ruling
which makes students in the.train.
s. piled It was up a the 16-0 third triumph.win recorded by ing center ineligible for Air S(,
(: > w tion team competition. Pla )
tt. Evans, who twirled the Naval Hospital
to a 7-6 decision over the lost to the squad are: Joh! .
week. Buckley and Bob Malone, pitch
Cooks-Bakers earlier in the s .
\ ers; Dan Genzburg, first baseman;
.jtl' < However, the Medicalmen's rejoicing
was spoiled by the transfer of Jess Cumby, shortstop and Dave
Bride centerfielder.Most .
the pitchin' Leatherneck from the ,
Barracks. seriously hurt Is the Flier
Hospital to the Marine
mound staff which has been cut
l' Eight Teams UndefeatedWith to three hurlers, Johnny O'Don
MUv three weeks of firing behind nell, Brooks Atchison and Phil

'em, eight teams remain unsullied Miller. Buckley and Malone, a
v b by defeat-Operations and ;, ( : pair of strong armed youngsters,
Intelligence In the Officers league, t had given indications of carry
Ship's Company, Marine Guard and l'j Seaman Guard "B" in the American ; them the pitching staff is a
one of Hit most promising of the Air Station new crop of loop, and VPB2, A & R and a .fin'y will try hit slants on the Pointer's Local Sunday in a Victory Ltagu VTB2 in the National circuit.In :-. '.. freely by the Terminal last Mon.
l''c at Mason field. Th. game will start at 1500. An aviation ordnancaman, the Officers league, Opera- ;" "'" day before Horace Lovelace step.
:, Atchison starred for Southern Methodist university before enlisting in tions had a close shave as Stark ',1' ::*ff.
j bested Boyd of VPB2 In a mound .,. -:-,y ,. Miller have not pitched enough
duel, 6 to 4. It was win number AXASTASIO Chief yet to prove themselves although
.JI J4. N1MM 1nn. DJ)2 5 for Operations. A game even. Speelallut playa drat ba.e *r both have looked very good in
closely contested pitted workouts. Miller turned in his best
more outfield on the Btatlon team .
; :T1 VOVCS against Supply Commis- was a star football and baneball effort in beating the St. Augustine
sary. VOVCS won, 6 to :5, thanksto player for Loulnlana State anlverItr Coast Guard last Sunday 8 to 2.

the 4-hit pitching of Boelcherand welh4 185 pound and Outfield Changed Again
RUNwxYT:1 the run-winning single hit by .tand* fire feet eleven laehe. InhelKht The Station outfield,.never stable
Collins in the last inning. did a Slick I I. the Ma- since the opening game, will shapeup
Other results of the week: T-5 col- with Jim Norvell in left field
1q if I rlae Corp.* before groin to
.sgs beat VPB-2 OTU-2, :5 to 2; A & R lee w. on the baseball team Owen Reeves in center and Larry
5 JrVc- -4 nosed out Dispensary, 7 to 6; of the 1'.5.5. Itl "mo.d and the King in right. Reeves is the only
VPB-2 OTU-1 shaded Supply Com- U.S.S. Trenton and the Naval Air one of the three who has displayedany
Y2c missary, :5 to 4; Public Works Station at Peniaeola was one power at bat. Dave Bride, one
+ By Edmund Walsh broke the ice and garnered its first of the bet football player ever to of the players lost, had looked goodIn

victory by outslugging VOVCS, 16 matriculate at L.S.I'. and captained the last two games and, ap
to 9; and VPB2 trimmed Docks- the team Sun *enlorear paced peared a cinch to take over an
Chief Specialist George McAfee, never tardy in touchdown Ferries. 8 to 6.Storekeepers. the college baseball team hitting In outfield post regularly.
fall waited until Score Win the ontheaatera Except for the weakening of the
production for the Fliers last modestly a 1938: when they won *
Office that he After dropping a 10-0 fray to college ehamplonnhlp' pitching staff the Fliers may be
a few days ago to inform the Public Relations able to for the
week June 15, :142 compensate men
unbeaten VPB2 early in enlisted In the Navy
too member of a six star family. The addition of I lost. Lieut. Marty McDonough
was a the Storekeepers of the National. at New Orleans favorite sportswriter ,
McAfee brings to five the number of men on the station loop bounced back like a rubber I 1. Henry McLemore fclgrmt *- I station coach, has a first rate Infield
who have five brothers in the service.The ball and skinned Seaman Guard by i thrill' In sports came when with Don Cross at third base,

1M of brothers Including George place three In the Navy, 2 to 1. Gore limited the Guardsto L.S.V. upset holy Cross In *3t Joe Lyons Walsh at second, at short base and stop Charley, Eddie

two In the Army and one In the Coast: Guard. The Navy representative five hits and Enzminger gen.crated -': Anastasio at third.
,! are Lieut. Clellan, a Navy Flier! at New Orleans! La.; Seaman the power for the Store.
Power at the be
Jack, on duty at sea; and George stationed here; Army McAfee's are keepers by collecting two timely Marine Barracks worry, however plate, unless may Navy another
Capt. Paul a medical officer, at Fresno, Calif., and Second Lieutenant Continued on page eyen bats begin to rain out base hits
We*, :Miami, Fla. In service In the Coast Guard 1 1'1 Lt. (jg) John, Third baseman Cross
more freely.
at St. Augustine, Fla. Personnel And Yard Leader In Six Team and Center Fielder Reeves are the
only two members of the team who
Contributions from station personnel are most welcome for the I
have been hitting with
sports page or for this column. Send any items of interest about Intra Station LoopBy regularity. any :
to the Jax Air Newsat Dept. Top BowlersTwo
station sports happenings or people in writing The Painters will have several
the Administration Annex Building or Call Ext. 8542.
good players in their lineup Sun
teams, Yard department and Carolus O. Anderson, Y2c day. Paul Easterling, who led the
Lieut. Comdr. Lawrence E. llaxkell, athletic officer, had a pleasant Marine Barracks clung tena- Texas league in for
Personnel office ended a four hitting several
surprise last Sunday when the St. Augustine Coast Guard played at month season in the enlisted men ciously to its lead in the Intra- seasons, and who tried out
Mason field. Four members of the Coast: Guard. team Chief Petty last Tuesday in a Station baseball league the past with Detroit is the main threat.
Officer Glenn Cooper and Seamen Doyle Ladle.! Woody Harmon, and bowling first place league tie for the league lead. week splitting even in two gamesas In Shortstop Billy Jones, they
John Hall were all Oklahomans whom he knew In baseball. Lieut. Each team finished with a recordof the First Navy Regiment Sail- have a real hustler who would bea
Comdr. Haskell, before entering the Navy, was director of the athlet- 28 won and 11 lost in ors swept a pair of games to valuable asset to any infield.
ics! at the University of Oklahoma and at one time was a scout the; second games half. Personnel won make the best showing and ad- Red Stinson, manager and relief
for the Boston Red Sox. Lade is one of the outstanding service the first half which ended in vance to third place. hurler, has played with Washington -
hurlers. Last year he won 23 and lost 7 for Shreveport In the Texan March. Seaman Guard, one of the pace and Brooklyn and with three
league. lie was sold to the ChicagoMiite; SOY, but reported to The playoff for the champion- makers last week, fell to a tie southern association clubs.
for fourth place as it suffered
ship has been set for next week on ':
reverses in both starts. Assembly

Don Evans, USMC, who pitched the first no hit no run gameof a day will yet be to without be selected.the servicesof Personnel & Repair held its own with a Student Officers AheadIn

the current softball season, when the Naval Hospital beat the Photo Johnny Paul victory and one defeat.
its ace kegler ,
Best the 2 to 0 shutout Cecil Field Softball
do hurling for the Hospital this game was
Lab 16 to 0-will probably no more S2c who has gone to electrician'smate
season. He has been transferred' back to the Marine Barracks wherehe school.In fashioned by Lefty Keenan of Pitching, 'tis said, is more than
was originally stationed. When he threw his no hitter, he was still competition during the sea- First Navy Regiment in turning half of winning a softball :
on duty with the Marine Guard at the Hospital. His record for the son the teams have split. Per. back struckout Second Navy seven Regiment.and allowed Keenan and the Student Officers 1'.1
season is three triumphs against one defeat. sonnel won five out of six from the Cecil Field league has
only three hits but his mound ad-
the Yard department during the Bob Malone was nearly as pitching than a canoe in a typhoon.As .
Three of Tulane university's most famous football sons are now first half of the league while the versary effective giving the same num- a result the Student Officersare
on duty at the station. L'eiir.! Francis!' X. Armstrong! senior O.O.I, tables were exactly reversed in the ber of hits and up whiffing eight. leading the loop standings with
at the NATTC, was an all southern halfback In '29. Lt. (Jir) Franc-is second half.Bowlers Wydeen Heavy Hitter three victories in as many starts-
Payne, who has just completed training at the Naval Air Operational for the Yard departmentin Don Wydeen's hitting was a thanks largely to the elbowing efforts
Training Command school here, played for the GreenVae In the championship playoffs will highlight for First Navy Regimentas of Ensign O. N. Ford.
the Rose Howl in '31. Chief Specialist! Fred Gloden, assigned to the be: Johnny Schultz, Pop Kucera, his single and triple figuredin Ensign Ford, who chucked the
athletic office at the NATTf1, starred for Tulane in the Sugar Bowl Dusty Greene Johny O'Donnell both runs. Hollywood, Calif., Cowboys to the
In 1910. Gloden was also a standout fullback for the station last and Maynard Lind. Personnel will Other noteworthy hurling jobs national softball finals several sea-
fall. have Sonny Berke, Johnny Lutzcl- were authored by Johnny Bauer sons ago, has pitched the Student
man, George,:: Thorne, and Don who checked Marine Barracks, 3 Officers to three consecutive wins.

Wing Tips The sports and wartime accomplishments of Lieut. Rolli. Under league rules, there to '1, for Fourth Navy Regimentin The Air Gunners are also unbeaten
Fred (Buzz) Borries, famous for his record in athletics at the Naval will be no fifth bowler. However, his initial start and Long Jim with two straight triumphs. Free
academy were recently featured in a national newspaper cartoon the score for the fifth man will Continued on page seven hitting has marked the early con-
Seaman Billy Riggs, of the station baseball team, is a student in the be minus ten pins per game rolled" tests.
Cooks and Bakers school and will graduate in June Lieut. ClarenceTuffy" from Paul's 184 season average. Twelve Members 'of Flier Nine Ensign George Faust announcedthe
In league play during the week, Cecil Field softballers are
Thompson, former Minnesota and Air Station football player,
Arren Silverman, Barracks G, had Also Play Infra-Station Ball poised and rarin' to go in the
Is on duty in the Pacific area Ensign: Merrill "Bus" Heagy, stocky
Northwestern university guard of '39, 40 and '41, is here for operational the high three game series with Twelve members of the station City league which opens soon.

training Chief Specialist Gunn 'r Leslie A. Freer, member of the 622 and the high single game with softball team play in the intra- StandingsW
station skeet team, is rated an expert; on the lathe in the shotgunand 220. station six team league. They are I* Pet.
Standings Joe Johnson, Walt DeFreitas and Student Offlrera ......?.... 3 0 1.000
range armory. W t, A.... Phil Miller, Assembly and Repair; Air Gunner ..........-..?. X '0

Joe Castellano AMMSc: of the A and R did a neat Job of pitching )1'.r"olln Office ............ :28 11 .837 Johnny O'Donnell, Eddie Lyons Seaman Guard ..?.-.... t 1 J'D
twirled hitter against the U. S. Yard Department .......... 28 11 ..KO3V and Don Cross Seaman Guard; Men Cook. .....?.._ X: I
when he a no
1 In town recently AMM2c end of the football team, and It Department .... 19 14 ..80SV Ray Auld and Bill Keith, Marine Ship Cooks ....__...... 1 1 .500:
Engineers Alex Hewko, reserve ............._._._ :2 .333
machinist's mate school Jommy and H In.t,. Shop .... ::181M ..KOIIlarrark Barracks; Bob Malone. Horace Marine 1
is an Instructor In the the jitters with G .................... 10 20 .715 Lovelace, Johnny Buckley and II Inbu nI njc ......,........t....0 3 .000>
his Norvell antics, left whenever fielder for he the leads station off from team a, gives base. pitchers ATTU ?.............,..._.-. 13 ZG .74.1 Dave Bride, NATTC. sr. n. o. u .........._**,.... 0 a ..000Page




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I. llelax on your aide In the. water.
2. The under-arni (figure A) pull. bark toward the body In a aenil- .. 3. i
circular aweep a* the top arm rearhea forward for the. power atroke.At ,
this. time the kn... are bent and the. leg drawn up. One leg l" g .

then extended to the. front, the. other to the rear wide apart.
:L To complete the power atroke (figure It) the toy arm pull bark
under the body alniullnneoualy with the nqueeilnK together. ot the.

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.. the water. Thia. ,..ult. In n long smooth glide. .
4. Breathe' through the mouth a* the top arm pulls and breathe ont a.
the under arm pnlU. r p II (
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NoHit Game For Hospital I
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bits with rash Operation! ........................5 O I.OOt here and the NATTCenter on May 13 and
& G bloke out a Parade, which plays
o third inning IntellUence ...................... 2 0 ..MK Here are four reasons why "Hollywood on The lassies shown above are just
base blows in the to all Naval personnel. lovely
,. i of tallies to repulsDocksFerries '1'.$ ......... ............................ S 1 ..7MA 14, respectively, should prove entertaining to this station. Other outstanding -
and counted four Fanchonettea who direct from Hollywood
'IJ.'\,.'. 2. Cond A II ................................ S 1 .T.V1 a quartette of the 16 come
4 to In this USO show.
and acts Included
stars are
..... .....
meted out only six: safeties to tht IiiC. Officers }ld batsmiths. VTBS Nasal Honpltal ................2 2 .304
Docks-Ferries with 13- vows .............................. 2 :2 ..JUKIVl'112 ment and frame selling peddlers;
verdict continued undefeated Seaman Guard a "A : OTl'-l ................. 2 .1 .400 Frolic In Country Sailor Beware I fake magazine and book selling

over its cscut I. YPII-2: OTf-2: .................. :2 !t .. while A & R also kept
Supply Commissary .*'** "puff" sheets and "mug" books;
Docks -
cheon Ferries clean 7 to by 0. blanketing T-5 dusted aside UUpeanarr ........................ 4 .200 Highly Successful Keep Your Shirt \! unordered merchandise scheme;

15 to 3. I Public Work. ................ 1 4 .200 charity rackets; schemes defraud -
Main Dispensary,
Of course, Evans' no-hitter I"'p.:" .................................. 5 .004 I I A Series of Articles ExposIng -} of men the In service.relatives and friends

tured the American league tea'j I National LeagueW Enjoy Picnic At ArlingtonRiver I Crooked Promoters i The schemes listed above are buta
ities. But an 11-inning I. Pet.VPU2 I
I Estate
-longest game of the season- : ................................ 0 1.000 Now Operating In Jacksonville few which are constantly provingcostly
tween Parachute Lost and Personnel I I VTU.2 .......................-.3 O 1.000 i to uniformed trusting
Student Officers' Headquarters, most of which could be-
"A" shared the spotlight. The A & U ..............................s 0 1.000 I persons,
I consisting of T2 and T3 divisions, avoided if the time had been takento
Parachuters squeezed a run across Storekeeper ............._... 2 1 ."1I -
and of the WAVE regiment the offers first.
a portion the investigate
...... ..
the win 7 to 6 T-5 2 t .4470k(1
in Ship's the llth Company to bag, copping its third I ::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::.3 2 :.100 Saturday held frolic its annual at the first In a series of articles written The services of the Better Business -
"fun in the country" Bureau free and
the Better Business Division are you are
straight victory, finished on top ol Marine Ilarracka ......._.. 1 I ..SOOSeaman K C. by
country estate where Ensign Jacksonville Cham- urged to make use of them.
of the
3 to 1. Man Guard "A" ..... 1 2 ..33.1VOVCS
Ships Store Ashore by banks of
lives on the broad series of bulletins
had the SAA batters eating out of I .:............................ 2 .000 Ray the beach ber of Commerce for the officers In this you
the Arlington River, off will be informa-
of this Station. given important
his hand, permitting three hits. Main UUpennar ......._... 0t: .000 and enlisted men
It was Marr'a third win in the Docks-IFerrie. ..................0 S .000 road. Its purpose Is to warn personnelhere tion that can save you and your

season. VP-.11 '''.........'..........''....... S .000 The usual quota of skinned against the crooked pro- families and your buddies, costly
young Marine Guards American knees, insect bites, and lobster red moters and racketeers that may and perhaps embarrassing EXper-
Other results: I league tans attested to the success of be operating In Jacksonville. So iences. Use the services of the
Personnel "A" in eight w K Pe'
eked out .
frames 6 to 5; Ship's Company defeated Skln'ii fompanr .......... .. :3 0 1.000 this "Mayday melee." Approximately read this and subsequent articles Better Business Bureau and
Parachute Loft, 14 to 3; Marine Guard .................. 2: 0 1.0OO 100 attended, and indulgedin carefully, and beware. "INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOUINVEST"

Seaman Guard "A" disposed of VM I Seaman Guard 11 .......... 1 0 1.OOO everything from sun-bathing to Crooked promoters gyp artists
Hangar, 16 to 4; and Naval Hospital Xaral Hopltal. ....?..._.. S t ..T5OParachate a fast round of tennis. A hard and white collar racketeers have (To be continued)

felled Cooks-Bakers, 7 to 6. I loll .............. 2: 1
--t -- A ...............?.? :2 2 ..SOOPertonnrl officers and enlisted personnel I Bureaus for the Bureaus haveno Family Names RequiredAll
I H .............?._. 1 :2 .3.1.1 kept the WAVE cheering sectionsin hesitancy in exposing the various -
Marine Barracks Leads I Iloathonae ........................ 1 :2 ..'33 a frenzy. The result of this contest i con games and rackets. hands who have members of
In Inter Station Loop Ship Store' .,....1'. ...... 1 2 .'3.1 will remain a military secretof I Shady merchants, too, whose their family residing on the Station .

'. sit VM Hangar .................... 1 211.1 Student Officers' Headquarters.Music practices are unethical and un or in the vicinity of Jackssonvtile
a/iaued from
page Fourth Navy (Cook.IIaker .................. 0 t ..0fWtI ) and entertainment was businesslike, and who fraudelently are requested to send a
Deaver who the latter for I Photo I... ........ ...... .. ..... O 4 .<**) supplied by Buddy Balbo's Blue take advantage of their customersby complete list of these members to
4 to 3, blanking I : : jacket swing band. A floor show', false and misleading advertising the Directory, station post office,
five innings after a shaky start. -. '"':. topped off the afternoon, amazing and selling methods also receive giving full first and middle namee.
Tom Ryle, I ---- --
Batting heroes were I Letters addressed to members of
audience with
of the
Business -
many the attention of Better
Harry Barnhorst, Bob Lebow, Cy Softball f outstanding talent of the class. Bureaus. families of Naval personnel, if not

Kluj Henry Melillo Ernest Melillo, Swimming, volley ball, horseshoe properly addressed or without return
Jim Kelly, Joe Campone, Wydeen, I ChatterAnything pitching, dart ball and other forms I The Jacksonville Bureau is in- address will go eventually lo
Novelle Bunn, Mac McClosky, of athletic amusement were provided interested in serving the men in the Dead Letter Office.

Hayes and Whitey Thomas. -----... .. --- by a committee, to which the various military services as -- -
well the citizens of this city,
Standings as
AV I. Pel.Marine can happen in softball), I much credit was given for the and cautions you to: Puzzleiisii'; ;crs
and it usually Ioes. Take for instance success of the party. This committee
KnrruvU .. .... 4 't .IKK stock
Aokfxiklr A llrpalr ...... 3 2 ..IUHIVlrat the A & R Western league consisted of: Lieut. Wm.B. Beware who olly-tongue :SO l' 0 p Stt t'J'' T !.. ; .... ,.
they ran
Ellen V Little- promoters say
Near Lt. llegluieiit.. ... 4 :i .171: getaway game between Metal- DOJTSII OIlE
Nay ant make wealthy over night eRr -1
McDermott, Y2c. you ;;
....... U.sNeaman Machine and Malntalnencc. Go John, C. T.
.3 t .t:
% n"I
.sy ( the who offer a q kr .eAILIYL.
SK3c. slinking peddlers wd L c o
Guard .............,. S 4 .42S: ahead, take it! Just when the Yolanda E. Nagy wonderful In "smuggledor .
Neeondaty' II...........t.. 2 4 .ll.t: i skies seemed darkest for Maintain- ------- -- stolen" bargain the curbstone ; .tRK IIiI R "'IVfSIIIIU'JES
Results : ence, when the last Inning rolled Metal-Machine breathed a sigh -of goods; S. 1iS'ON.11I'P !

Fourthmy HealiMetil A, .\..co.- 'round and they needed a run to relief Shades!!I of Fred Merkle, brokers Mho want to practically L I 7' s. 8' S 111 A4A., 'PIH

bly A llrpalr 4. I tie the score, Shortstop Garrett indeed. "give" you an unusually fine I IT S IIhA l-> 11,1.z< IV "'i SSl.lIoIlENIII.1
diamond at an unheard-of-price; ,
Personnel A Ships
Seaman Guard 7. "Servnil' easy teed off and cannonaded a mighty ANT LA MIJ fTS
the merchandise bootleggerwith
leftfield. With the cheersof roiled off a 43 minute
Regiment II.Aonembly I' drive T IlPI..E""
his office In his hat) who
the fastest
for game
in his quickie
his teammates ringing
A llepalr A, Flr l Vatyneglwent
ears, Garrett galloped) around the played to date Lieut. W. volunteers to help you get furniture ERYE EoN ADFSY
8.! and crossed home plate Knight, J.ublic'ork.* first Back jewelry, etc., at socalled"wholesale" .1Ii. dENT.'B'lJS.II.
Sea Guard 4, Marine Ilarrurkua. bases
Man standing up But alas, lie com er, i i. striking terror Into the prices; chain letter GOASic D K ..irvS CI .,''

First Nary )lleglment. 'efondNa mitted a sin of omission and failedto heart of enemy pitcher He schemes which" are not only"sucker F. V L III DU PE S is kEVEERASE / 1ft
file home run. In his gamH> but also In violation St7 ,
0. touch second. Hlzzoner, the rapped I V!
Fourth y Regiment Vary nraliweHi 1. MarUeIlarraeka Ump, called Garrett o-u-t and first nine frtp. to ...,t. Holy of the Vnlteil States Postal JIlt AS (' rPENTS S L.1E.1I't'

1. Chief "Slick" Sellers) f>f winning smokrsi: statutes; photograph enlarge



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Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS May 6, 1943

. April Bond Drive Os&orrTs New Character Makes Planes Kneel And Prayrr ''OutstandingActs

Closes With 82% rr: _:.>..{j. Return To Victory,

Personnel Signed Smoker Tonight

!:,: Station Expected To Rank Dorothy Parker, Negro

: Among Top In Nation! ;; Quartette, Bolles Band Provide .

Figures Listed EntertainmentReturn

Registering a Jump of nine per engagements of out..

cent in the last three days of the standing entertainers at previous

"War Bonds by Allotment" cam Victory Smokers, and several acts

paign at this station, the April featuring newly discovered station
drive closed successfully last Fri- talent, plus the music of the Bolles

day for all but three depart- School Band, will provide tonight's
ments, which have been granted a entertainment for the station's

time extension. A total of 82 per- % I I tbLIk show in Mason Field at 1930. "

cent of the station's personnel was : Dorothy Parker, who was lustily
enrolled during the month. cheered and called back many

This mark exceeds by two per times at her last appearance here,

cent, the figure set as a goal by c7 will be back to sing "blue-ballads".

the Secretary of the Navy for the The Negro Quartette, likewise en-
April drive. Figures from other f cored several times will return

bases have not yet been published with new "low-down" rhythm an

but it is believed that this > "hymnsingln:1:
station will rank among the first ; .. This quartette now features

in number of commissioned and enlisted ti II voice of William Tyeson, formerlywith

personnel making allotments ,:. 1 the radio-famed "Norfolk-
Six departments reached the 100 Li.ut. Robert C. Otborn, USNR (left bov.), putt the finishing touchtt on "SpoiUr" cartoon "Spoil,," i. bent. Four". Their singing, in the style

percent mark and four others were h*.d.d Naval l .Tt.ton! m.ch whose tics in the cartoon will tuch r..l l .vittion meths the .,'Orl to b. .vod! ,d. "Ho'i I' made popular by the Golden Gate

well within the nineties at the close a littlo; bit; lik* -,rybody," Osborn t.yf .( hit; 1tew cr*.ton.! And, ,l the sketch It the l left shows br.v. ,nd dudly [ Quartette, brought down the house

of the drive. Five departments combtt aircraft |jest fill -0" their kn..i and pray wh.n. "Spoiler'; kmfolkt' of Dilbert-h't full of gremlins too-*ppro.cS.i a few weeks agoImptnoftkUt.

finished in both .the 80 and 70 with; Kit fovorit; tools ..% -n -aviation. ", .ch. I II Ctgnty

brackets.A I Three "Boots", Howard Nldorf
percent I
lid of the 23 departmentsAnd "Spoiler Dislanl Relative O// Dilbert BuAer Head Lauds Charles Curry and Frank Veltry,
their percentage of participation natives of New Jersey, will pre-

according to size of complement I I .sent a long rehearsed and now

follows: Groundloop Prepares To Ruin Station"Spoiler 'Station Photo Lab professionallyperfected skit,

Naval Air Gunners School- i I "Yankee Doodle Dandy" Veltry
P* *nel will also give a characterization
10; Supply 100 ," a distant relative of I of James Cagney, the famous
100; Public Works- ; arrived the For Its
Office Dilbert Groundloop, on Changes Of AddressArthur ProgramRear movie star.
Physical Station this week for further
The 45 piece Bolles School band,
.f the t'Ommandant-lOO; Squadron h'8.in-i '
VPBt No. 1-98; Naval ing Herbert Slusser, ACMM whose appearance was postponedlast
Hospital-86; NT.S. (Adm.)- I In case you don't know has vacated 3206B, Dewey Park. Admiral Davidson i week due to a military Inspection -

96i; Ix* Field (Ship's C )-93: I "Spoiler" is. Lieut. Robert C. Os- His forwarding address is: 126B | Sees Training Given As of the school, will provide the
; i born, USNR, his creator, can glv'eyou musical entertainment with
Cecil Field Cap-
> SB I Housing project
Yard Dept.-:87; Squadron '
the lowdown. Lieut. Osborn, Beneficial"The
Cecil Field (Ship's Green Cove Springs, Fla. "Very tain Snyder conducting
No. ; I
will recall is also the man
VPB2 No. Z you John James Gorman, AMM2c Last week's smoker included entertainers -
Co.)-87; Squadron 'who created Dilbert, the flying Station Photographic Lab-
Park that from
Center-82 Marine has vacated 3821A, Dewey ranged hog-
-86;Barrack--79 Recruit ; Communications ; : cadet who did all the things instructors He left no forwarding address. ratory, through the Commandant, callers to midgets, and some fast,
warn cadets never to do received the compliments of the
& Gunnery Lawrence Wallace Gran, AMMlc. fancy, and neet-footed negro boxers
<< -77; Ordnance At rate, "Spoiler" is an Chief of the Bureau of Aeronauticsfor
Training-73; Assembly I any his wife, Florence Gran, and their from Platoons 110-C and 112Cat
-73: aviation machinist's mate. Like its educational training pro
70; Main Dls- son, Lawrence Wallace Gran, Jr., the station's Recruit Center.
& Repair
Dilbert whose corpuscles reallyweren't for officers and enlisted men. ,
Staff- now 3206B, Dewey Park. gram Tot H.
N.A.O.T.C. occupy "Umph"A
pe-nur1-68- ; Davidson t
at all but Admiral ,
corpuscles tiny Said Rear
Edward John Barton, 1st Sgt.,
48; and the three Squadrons extended red gremlins coursing through his his wife Matilda Barton, and their acting Chief of the Bureau: tiny-tot, who stood six: inches! ;
whose time haw been I veins-"Spoiler is full of gremlins,, I "This Bureau notes with pleas- short of the microphone, packed
Evelyn Katheryn, now
because of late starts, Squadron daughter educational into her act"than-
too. His favorite tools for Tn- uic the report of an more "umph"
VO-VCS No 1--51; SquadrouVTB gine repair, or anything else for reside at 3441A, Dewey Park. program in photography It is I Joe Louis flacks: in his right.
William Hector Koore. AMMGc: ,
No. 2- 5; and SquadronVF 'I ham- will be Climbing and cuddling the "mik$7, .
that matter, are a sledge considered this training '
at C207A:
is living Dewey
No. 1-10. no longer ." stamping and singing the latest'' ,7..' f
And ,
mer and a pipe wrench. big,, Park. All correspondence to him very beneficial I ': .
In addition to the 50-odd interdepartmental brave, deadly machineguntotin'combat should be addressed to the Naval Lieut. Neill Graham, in chargeof tunes! this mighty-mite, Yvonne' :
units which were aircraft just fall on their theory and executive Moray, from the Showboat In.. '.t.
with 100 percent last week, horror when Air Station, Alameda, Calif. I and downtown Jacksonville set n 'T\ark'
listed knees in and prayer Louis Szuch, ACOM and his wife tration instruction,
units have attained that, who admlnis-I for the tops in entertainment
15 new "Spoiler" approaches. occupied 3821A, Dewey Park, May Gilbert Finne,
goal. They are A & R, Accessories Author of Cartoon Books the practical problems, WAVES Peg Shriener and "B-J"

Production Engineering, and Lieut. Osborn, a native of Oshkosh 1.ACMM Dennie Howell Ayers vacated ducted the organization of this I Hughes, recited and sang in the
& Survey; Photo Lab, Wis works out of the BU- in the last fourmonths.
Inspection 3211A, Dewey Park, on April. new program best of' style. Shirley
Crew Disbursing; Seaman Guard;; reau of Aeronautics. He is expected -, ::30 His forwarding address is "U. Tlobertson, and vocalist Larathea
Squadron VPB2 No. 2 Student Officers to be on this station for S. Naval Air Station, Lake City. The course for enlisted men! Tonguet were featured through the
Metal Shop and Engineers;; another month. A graduate of I Florida." deals with all phases of actual courtesy of the Jacksonville Recreation

Squadron T-5 Section 3.; SquadronVSB Yale, he studied art for two years photography, developing, printing Division. The "String
No. 1 Line Petty Officers,, abroad. He is the author of several -I' es and other knowledge necessary to I Swingsters" who incorporated into

SNJ Line, and Ground School; and cartoon humor books. His become rated in the Navy. Officers their ensemble Bill Stockwell. US

Squadron VPB2 No 1 1st and 3rd most recent one, is "Aye Aye, I The Smoking Lamp undergoing the course study I MC the champ "hog-caller" of

Plane Div. I Sir!" I two phases and specialize in the Cotton Siding N. C., and the
-- "Like Dilbert ('ontiaurJ from pace fur end of photographic "Three "Boot"
--- ---vs.Former I 'Spoiler' is a com administrative Buckaroos" from

posite character," Lieut. Osborn And lo and behold! They were problems, though their work includes I camo: all combined to provide an .

Heidt SingerOn explains, "he's not like anybody, hU wife's unmentionables! the fundamentals of picture I excellent evening's entertainment

really-and he's a little bit like: taking on: still, moving, and aerial Dick White and Carl Abbot vocalists

everybody. I Here's about Ensign who cameras; and Buddv Balbo's orchestra -
one an
"Most of the ideas for "Spoiler" The 20 officers already graduated -
WJAXthisFriday seemed to have trouble keeping the provided music before, during
cartoons have come from the enlisted from this course are now Pho- and after the show.
Stardust out of his
I men. I just draw the pictures eyes. tographic officers at the Naval
I He formation flying and Willie Williams Eddie Jacobs.
"Navy Wings the popular Air and they wouldn't be worth a was Air Stations at St. Simons Island,
his the tail lightof and Edward Colbert their
Station broadcast heard over i damn, if it wasn't for the ideas keeping eye on Lee Field Cecil Field, Lake City, won
the ahead at least he matches from Willie Joe Eason,
WJAX every Friday at 2100, will the bluejackets have given me," he plane Sanford, Daytona, Banana River,
I thought he was. About an hour Charlies! Brooks, and Grady Tigue,
this week by Pvt. Vero Beach, Ft. Lauderdale
be augmented emphasized Melbourne,
later he suddenly discovered that respectively In what proved to be
former tenor soloist rouH Up EverythingThe and other NAOTC bases.
Dick I
the only plane motor he heard was fast hard-hitting boxing bouts
Heidt's orchestra. first 240 of the "Spoiler" school supplements the
with Horace I This
his own. He looked about and Earl Lee James and Sam West
Merrill, who is in the Marine series which starts at the Navy Pensacola Naval School of Photo-
discovered the rest of the forma- fought to a draw in their .
Aviation detachment at the Naval Pier in Chicago take him through I graphy which was started before
I tion was nowhere to be seen. show promises more of
Center, willing service school and United States into
operational of
Air Technical Training the entry
had clean bouts
Then he realized that he the same Rood boxing
several numbers in the pro- I training Everywhere he goes been following a star instead of last war by a Ship's Cook, 3rd between station personnel.
gram which will also feature "Spoiler" manages to get things Class, W. L. Richardson, who is
I the tall light of the plane aheadof
Bandmaster Robert French and the "fouled up." In the gym he ties now a civilian attached to the Chaplain "Cy" Rotrige will "MC"the
him. He found the rest of the
band. I all the climbing togetherand Aeronautics. performance tonight, .
NATTC swing ropes Bureau of
his radio and
squadron by using
the absence of Billy Read dUrin.
around the .. _
had spews chewing gum _
Though Pvt. Merrill a successful everything was all right. But was g.
jokes and gags have been
floor. He and at
engagement with Horace screams yells his face red when he saw his shipmates
on to the Chaplain for a week or
the "hot when he to
with Glad Ollinger spots" goes Ross
Heidt and later a short time later! Monies two The performance begins' at
in St. Paul, he is prouder of the the movies and tries (at the top
work he did in musical stage pro. of his lungs) to improve on the Are Top Jitterbugs 1930 sharp tonight Those who
ductions. script of the film. Then there's the story about some later will miss some fine

All the other men in "Spoiler's" Storekeeper Jones and his scooter Miss Gloria Monies and her partner boxing bouts.

He in had"New talking Moon"and and singing sing- section are a pretty high class dilema, but its too long to tell I Jack Ross, RM3c, danced away --- ....--

parts in "Rose Marie," "Sweet- bunch, but his lame-brain, wise- especially with the smoking lamp with the first prize in the Jitterbug Our Cause Is Just
ing parts" "Barber of guy attitude soon ruins the morale flickering as it is suggest you contest held at the Ship's Dance
hearts," "Martha, and and turns a top-notch crew intoa see him about it he'll be gladto last Saturday night. Miss Monies, Capt.; Shrum Says

Seville. flock of left feet He alwaysuses give you the details a regular attendant at Ship's
Merrill is 22-years old and hails pliers on a nut-It rounds Dances, is from Jacksonville and rontlnunl from page on*

from St Paul where he was a star the corners And whenever he Remember all stories for this Radioman Ross is attached to T-l blue; but to us in the Cathedral of
athlete at Washington High school. Learning this afternoon, let us
gets hold of a tractor he crashesit column Mould be addressed to on the Main Station.
He attended St. Thomas college cleared at keep fresh in our memories, the
into the truck When the floor was
and studied voice under Carl Gug- lie does a Man Mountain Dean JAX AIR NEWS tee' I 2100 15 couples entered the swing contributions of these brave young
gusberg, German exile teacher. minutes. men to the building of the nationwe
every time he sees a thread and next week, mate SMOKING contest which lasted 20 "
I Another highlight in his youthful strips it-and his "tlnkeritls" is lAMP'S OUT. All but the winning couple were love.

career was singing with the so bad that every time he goes eliminated: by the judges Lieut. .

Minneapolis symphony orchestra.A near a cockpit the plane must Henry J. Rotrlge, Lieut. Walter Save Your Breath
student in the Aviation Ra- spend a fortnight in the A &: R Savings through War Bond purchases L. Hensley and Lieut. Randall W. Don't Call

dio school, Pvt. Merrill will grad- getting itself unscrambled. Whenhe already accomplished are Weeks. Defense stamps were
uate the latter part of May and sews fabric on an aileron or almost sufficient to provide four awarded the winners for their ex- You can save your breath-and

may be retained as an instructor stabilizer he uses a baseball stitch years of college education for everyman client performance. the: Educational Office's time-by
in radio. so the fresh air will keep the and young woman in America not calUng the Educational Office, 1 1re

Lieut. Frank J. Hill, an instruc- frames from getting mouldy.That's between the ages of 18 and 21. grades grades made on exams.: .,
Government restrictions and simplifications The will be posted on
of Air the general idea of what
tor here and a recipient .
Medal award will tell somethingof you can expect fom "Spoiler" Once Job of "messing up" he can do I of industrial and residential Bulletin board outside the Station

his experiences in the South- Lieut. Osborn has put him throughthe during: his operational training. So incandescent lighting fixtures Education Office, Room 225 BuildrK -

west Pacific on the Friday night paces, he expects to bring with Dilbert and the "Spoiler" together ''I will save 2,500 to 3,000 tons 954: as soon as possible after

broadcast.: Dilbert back and show you what a ; -Wow I of metal this year. he exams. .


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