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: August 12, 1943
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: Capt. Arthur Gavin Takes Helm as Commandant of StationRisks

Life I Hero Extinguishes Here's Your New Skipper, Men Capt. Michael

e. I Smoldering Bomb Detached For

On Burning Plane t z

y I Duty At SeaNew

t i CAMM Arthur T. McArdle

I Risks His Life To Save Lee & Officer Sent Here

Y Reid Shipmates From Station At Mia'mii;
...' I 1 Behind the news of an accident In Aviation 25 Years

'. aMt that occurred at the Naval Auxiliary .
Air Station at Lee Field recently fyf Capt. Arthur Gavin, who
-' there lies another story as
has been active in naval
heroic as that of the pilot who '
gave his life in that crash. tion for the last quarter ofa

I A Navy fighter plane lifting century, has relieved Capt
' from the runway for a routine f ; Stanley J. Michael as Commandant
1 training flight, suddenly faltered of the Jacksonville
and feu. As flames leaped from
that plane the crash truck roared Naval Air Station. Captain
r across the runways toward the Michael has been transferredto

scene of the accident. duty at sea.

I However on this trip, an extra The new Commandant, who has
passenger had swung aboard as served as commandIng officer at
the powerful truck left its station. the-MIami Naval Air Station since
1. I As they approached the burning December 1912 became the fourth
I plane the extra passenger and the skipper in the three-year-old history
crash crew leaped from the truck of the station which ranks

... There was a far greater danger in among the three largest In the
that vicinity than a burning plane world and which Is referred to as
; I Numerous lives held in the balance the "graduate school of naval
1 as that gallant advanced on "
M W i group aviation. Capt. Michael reportedat
the burning plane with firefighting the station on March 1, of this
CAMM AKTHUi; T. McAUDLE equipment.A SR
a M year
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smoldered in
I "live" bomb Rear Admiral Charles P. Mason,
flaming inferno! first commandant of the station,
Senator Andrews The "extra" knew +
passenger was ordered to sea after leaving
what teas in store for that crew Jacksonville and was skipper of
of men if the bomb exploded. the aircraft carrier Hornet at the
Marvels At Vast Heedless of his own safety, he time the vessel was sunk by Jap
rushed to the plane, pulled the planes in the battle of Santa Cruz
bomb from a pool of flaming last October. His successor here
Station Changes gasoline and then dragging it a e was Capt. John Dale Price, who
{ a safe distance away, he smothered was ordered to sea and promotedto

it in sand. Taken to the i Captain Arthur Gavin USN rear admiral.A .
Returns After 16 Months, dispensary, he was found to be I-. --- -- -- native of Ashland. Wis., Capt.
Differing second degree burn on Gavin enlisted in the Navy in 1917
Finds It Beautiful And his unprotected hand, and fore- Talented and Terrific DeLane as an apprentice seaman shortly

a "Difficult To Recognize" arm. | after his graduation from the
Questioned later, he passed the I University Wisconsin.. He then
M1"I incident off lightly but members of attended Boston Tech as a student
am mores convinced than ever the crash crew, who carried on I of naval aviation. He jvaa
) Girls Feature Smoker}
that this is one of the most beautiful | with their dangerous mission of Tonight I commissioned an ensign and received
1 locations from the standpoint extinguishing the flames enveloping I his wings at Pensacola in
of aesthetics as well as utility the plane, will not forget his ----- -- 1918. In April of the following year
that can be found anywhere," Sen. heroic act soon. I I Come One, Come All he was promoted to lieutenant
Charles P. Andrews, Florida's senior It was one of those acts that, Maternity Care (junior grade), later being transferred
I. senator, declared< enthusiaaticatty if performed in public, would rate 'i For Big Outdoors Show from the Naval Reserve
after a tour of the Station headlines but at flying bases over I'I and promoted to the rank of lieu
/, last week. I.. the country, the men who keep At Mason Field At 1930The Provided Wives tenant. He became a lieutenant
{ Sen. Andrews: a member of the them flying refer to it as "doing I commander in 1931 and a commander
U. S. Senate's Naval Affairs Committee I talented and terrific singing
your duty. I in 1938. In June of last
I last visited here 16 months DeLane Sisters, stars of the Roosevelt -'Of Service Men
I The modest hero's name ? Ar- year, he was advanced to the rank;
ago but he found so many "great thur Thomas McArdle, Aviation Hotel floor show and veteransof of captain.
4 improvements" had been made he Chief Machinist's Mate of 133 Dean stage and radio entertainment Maternity care for dependentwives Capt. Gavin won the Schiff
said it was "difficult to recognize Street, Brooklyn N Y. I top the cast In tonight's Victory of enlisted men of all pay Trophy in 1927 when he set
.1 : the place." McArdle "did his duty"inheroic Smoker program at Mason Field. grades and infant care up to the an endurance record of 37 hoursin
"t,1 Adm. A. B. Cook and Capt. fashion! The show starts at 1930 and will age of one year, has been announced I the air in a PEN, which used
4 Stanley J. Michael greeted the -- go on rain or shine. In event of by Capt. Reuben W. Shrum, the first pair of Wright Cyclone
1 ; distinguished visitor. Sen. Andrews I rain the smoker will be staged in senior chaplain at the Jacksonville engines ever made. The trophywas

I .. was escorted on a tour of Wear Uniforms Right the Mainside Auditorium. Naval Air Station, and executive an annual presentation for
#--theStation by two Floridians of Besides the tuneful DeLane girls, secretary of the Jacksonville. Fla., i the greatest number of hours
Or SP's Will Get You the bill of fare for !
long acquaintance Comdr. C. E. provides a Auxiliary Naval Relief Society. I flown with safety to personnel
t Chilllngworth, public relations officer Liberty is too to throwaway full flavor of song and dance and ,'I I "Medical care," said Ca pt. arid material. His record in the
the Staff of Adm. Cook, precious I novelty acts, Director Billy Reed'
on -so all members of Naval "will be furnished by the fiscal year, 1937, was 865 hours
i and Comdr. C. B. Stockton, assistant personnel are again warned to announced. I.'I out patient department at the Na. and 20 minutes.
t i to the Station executive abide by the uniform regulationsof Jimmy Bigelow, the "banjoking" I val Hospital and hospitalization In 1925, while serving with Air...
1 officer. this Station. The Shore Patrol now playing at the Roose- will be in St. Vincent's Hospital, craft Squadrons, Scouting Fleet
I l Florida's senior senator played velt, and Alfred and Blondie, a pairof "
Jacksonville. Captain Gavin was elected to
has been ordered to cancel the liberty -
1! a part in formulating the United versatile colored youngsters I for this
of violators of uniform Applications care may make the historic flight from the
'J. States Naval program for the last regulations any and to order them to featured at the Mayflower Hotel, be made at the Navy Relief Office west coast to Hawaii and was copilot
six years, and he recalled passage return to their Stations will appear here. I in the chapel building, corner of of the PN-9-3 which came
by Congress in 1938 of legislation ... Sailors will furnish a portion of Birmingham Avenue and Mustin Continued O. Pare Sf'.f'1II
authorizing expenditure of more I the entertainment, too. Vince De- Road. -4
than a billion dollars for expansion TORPEDO OUTPUT UP Giorgl a singing Bluejacket with a Two prerequisites must be
of the Navy. The bill was The Navy's 1942 torpedo output I dreamy voice, and Fred Murrell, agreed to before assistance will be Lively USO Camp
.." j s' passed following the recommendation nearly tripled 1941 production; trick contortionist will perform. I provided, said Captain Shrum.
:' of Sen. Andrews' committee. 1941 had nearly doubled 1940. II I Others on the program include Al 1. Use of Navy doctors.
Okulski at the piano; Hank De- 2. Use of the ward accomodation Show Is Coming
Vry, singer; Dick White, scat furnished under the contract.A i
: Dating "Ain't" What It Used singer; and Buddy Balbo's orchestra ( four bedroom accomodation).
This plan will be retroactive to Here Next Tues."High
'I' Boot boxing bouts and an amateur Aug. 1 of this year. .
hour are thrown in for good contracts with the
All pending
To Be Sailors Find Out measure. Wide and Handsome",
. Navy Relief Society will be con- lively USO Camp Show will be
(. verted to this plan upon proper application presented aboard the Station TuMi
By Bernard Kahn, Sea 2c I of the parties concerned.
Job.We Lieut. 17.
. F' All furore created recently by have indeed, a feeling that Stanly Reports Applications must be signed by day August
'rc the arrival of WAVE "mechs" since the patient and the service numberof The musical extravaganza wurbe
wartime dates are changing Lieut. W. A. Stanly. prominent
aboard the Station: set us thinking staged in the Mainside Auditorium -
;; the man must be furnished.
,, mechanics became a coeducationalaffair. Floridian is on duty now at the with two performances-at
. about the courting
new age. Colored patients will be hospitalized -
::,. \ When you and I were young. We keep thinking uneasilyof NAOTC headquarters on this Sta- at Brewster Hospital, Jack- 1900 and 2100. An all-star cast

. Maggie dear, milady was armed what a romantic night holds for tion.Lawyer, former college football sonville. of topnotch professional entertaIn.
with rolling pin and eUI ers will furnish the talent.
. fly a
.i player at the University of Flor- Memoranda explaining the
IJuette forbid liar from swinging us.The third class yeoman leads his ida, and a former member of the details of the plan have been "High, Wide and Handsornq" n*.
all the way from the floor. Today dispatched to the commanding officers places Billy Raw'sDtftftwnd.
State legislature, Lieut. Stanly has
I the sweet young thing looks girt friend into a You-Drlve-It car. been to NAS DeLand for of the various units on the Horseshoe Review" which Wtt orUfinally
through her tool kit and selects a They take off under a Florida assigned station, said Cap Shrum. scheduled for Aug. 11.rn .
i c 11 inch Stillwou wrench to do the Continued Oa Yl Two the past six months

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS August 12. 1943

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Meet Our Heroes-Lt. (jg.) Cork '
Schmidt Captures
Seaman Guard 9'lis

I! 37- Year Old Veteran of Aleutians SaysPBY's i Gunnery LaurelsE. t, Toast Of The

I G. Schmidt, Sic, of Class 42,

More Than Did Job In That AreaK graduated from the Naval Air
I Gunners school with high honors I Yard DepartmentEnsign
by scoring a top grade of 3.62.J. .
[ ( Note' : This !1'4 one of a first but about the third or fourth shelter, along with half a dozen I A Dauber, ARM3c, led Class
series of stories describing the I day they apparently got their AA mess attendants. When the 41 with a mark of 3.58. Van Dussen Goes To .
battle exploits:: of officers' aboard guns well established, and they planes were out of reach wo The ten high honor students of
this and outlying Stations who : really tossed up plenty when we would look out and count the each company follow: New Post; Fultz Is Author
hawon decorations.) went over," he said. bombs fallinfj. When they Came CLASS 41 .
Hy Lt. (jg) Stanley Cull I Cooperation between the Army nearer we'd duck back in again" 1. Dauber J. A., ARMSc..........3.58 Of March Music
Take it from Lieut. (Jg) RichardM. and Navy was perfect during the He said that the Japs lost a few 2. Carney, T. P., ARMSc..........3.49
Cork, 37-year-old veteran of the early days of the Aleutian cam- of their planes at Dutch Herbor, 3. Royal. T. E., ARMSc...........,3.41 News of the Yard Department. .
U. S, Naval Service, and holder of paign, Lieut Cork said. "Army i' and in all probability were sur- 4, Cress, J L., ARM3c..3.38 Mystery of the weekWhattwo
the Distinguished Flying Cross for prised by the presence of Army 5. Mosher, R. W.. ARM3c..3.36 members of the Police De I
valorous action in the Aleutians planes which appeared from a base 6. Copeland A. B., ARM3c..3.36 partment are called "Sugar" and
the pilots of' PBY's in that area r established west of Dutch Harbor. 7. Holmes: D. R., ARM3c..3.35 "Daddy" by their respective' girl

had more than one job to do short- "The Japs probably didn't know 8. Bretz K. T., Sic....... ..........3.35 friends?
ly after the Japanese struck at about that base. A destroyer shot 9. Fox, J. R., ARMSc ....... ....3.33 G. E. Wilson, Y2c, "The Tennessee -
Dutch Harbor last year. They not down a couple of enemy planes 10. Longacre .R. E., ARMSc....3.33 Rambler", is back from leave
only were faced with the necessity while a PBY flown by a pilot who CLASS 42 PS: He's still single. .
of operating their planes in fog- has since been lost got an observation 1. Schmidt E. G., Sic..............3.62 Bandmaster Paynter and his
shrouded weather but they had to plane. The Army downed 2. Wells, R. J., AMM3c ......... 3.54 ''I Y-7 musicians will give their regular
check on their navigators, observe the others." 3. Martin, B. A., AR1\I3c..3.M program from Station WJHP.
the weather and report back to the After this first quick thrust at 4. Washko, E. J., AMMSc........3.47 I I, Johann Fultz, First Musician, has
main base, carry out bombing missions Dutch Harbor the Japs lost what- 5. Watson, J G., ARMSc.... .3.47 I written a march.
and sometimes complete ever opportunity they may have 6. Price H. E., ARMSc: ..........3.44 The Yard Dept. is minus well
torpedo action! had to employ the element of sur- 7. Schaffer, W. M., Jr.. Slc..3,43 liked Ensign Adrian Van Dussen,
He is a veteran of four and a prise, he pointed out. 8. Hornickel. G. R, AMMSc....3.42 former asst. Yard craft engineer I
half years in the Aleutians Y r Born in Peru, Illinois on Feb. 9. Leone, C. J., AMMSc............3.42 officer, who left for temporaryduty
Modest Ace '' sR. = 20, 1906, Lieut. Cork enlisted in 10. Morris, R. }V., ARMSc......-3.41 in the NAOTC Boat Facili
LJeut Cork dismisses the action the Navy in May 1927, and was i ties. An all around good fellow, .
for which he received the DFC aboard the USS PENNSYLVANIAuntil the boys working with and for En.
with a few brief words. "I received he :started flight training at Sailor Beware; sign Van Dussen wish him the
recognition for actually flying long Pensacola in 1929. He won his I best of luck wherever he goes.
and arduous hours on instruments wings at the Florida base in 1930, Keep Your Shirt nallclub TriumphantThe
and bombing Klslta," he said, with- : and was commissioned on March Seaman Guard has official
out mentioning the fact that the I 21 1942. He attended LaSalle High i A Series of Articles Expos. ly been proclaimed champs of the
Japanese tossed up a terrific barrage School at Peru, and married Miss I Inter-Station baseball league, fin-
of AA fire over the island. I Alice Hoff of Seattle. At the present ing Crooked Promoters ishing the season with a record of
Attu, believes this veteran of time he considers Seattle his I 17 wins and 10 losses. The Guard
long service in the Aleutians, home although he and his wife Who May Be Operating i nine now looks forward confidently
will prove valuable to Uncle Sum I Lt. ((Jg) Cork reside at 3674 Valencia Road, Jacksonville to the Shaughnessy series.

same rime tie points out that the made all of their servicing facilities: and tight defensive play combined

island s within 600 miles of the : available to us" he said. "Our j Dating "Ain't" What It Used Amateur writers have been ,; to bring the Guards home in front. ,
Japanese song whole the
Navy base at Paramu- primary job, while flying PBY'a, I l Over the season as a
shiro. I was to spot' enemy ships, notify I To Be, Sailors Find Out the victims of numerous publishers efforts of Coty, Lyons, and O'Don-
who influenced
j hopeful lyric-
Pilots in the Aleutians, accord- I the nell, as pitchers, Castles and HorI -
Army, and they would out
log to Lieut. Cork, are constantly after them. However, we carried go 'i Cbntioutd from page' .ne II, ists to pay for having poems trans- i I ton, in the infield, and Folio and
faced with the possibility of running bombs moon, nearly full. formed into song hit fame and Lloyd, in the outfield, was! out-
into I or torpedoes, and were expected "On a night like this," he sighs, fortune. Two convictions within I
"williwaws, intense up to do whatever we could to j [ standing. One of the best jobs
and down drafts of air which are destroy Jap craft if were "and with a moon like that." recent weeks by Federal Courtsare ,I was performed by C. B. Castle, .'
apt to throw or toss a plane either sighted." any "Moon.." snaps the sweet young. good reasons for investigatingfirst. third sacker.

skyward or toward the sea, thus Lieut. Cork was at Dutch Har- thing tartly. "It looks like a I I Lt. (jg) Donald Cross, team
adding to the hazards of flying in bor when the Japs unleased their defective bearing. When 1 was The most recent conviction in- manager summed up the success:
that studying at the Rollem-Round volves an operator of a ser-
northern outpost area These' surprise attack, which he I song of the title team by accreditingits
"williwaws" usually arise close to "was not too much of says department they'd have fired an I vicing outfit who was found guiltyof victory to "hustle and team
a surprise.
points where the hills or mountains -I' We had been more or less expect- inspector who passed a ball bearing violating the mail fraud statutesin work."

r make down to the sea, and ing them, but 48 hours of bad like that." collecting an estimated $40,000 I --a- -
since The nonplussed sailor a year from amateur lyricists.
seaplanes are often moored weather agrees I
during which
in some such locality the "willi i grounded, enabled them to we were in I that the moon is full of cheese andis Better Business Bureaus offer I Trees On Iceland
waws" are threats to those already undetected. slip too lopsided to be of service: "Facts For Song Writers", and, if
on the water.Antiaircraft I anyway. Undaunted he continueshis a song writer will observe the When U. S. sailors landed on
fire "When they cane in about ; pursuit of romance according to seven facts listed below, he will Iceland they discovered that not
over Kiska
30 of them,
15 bombersand
,after the first two or three days, I fighters probably, I i plan and turns up a side road, and be in a position better to understand I so much as a sapling graced the
was quite rugged, to they caught me I says suddenly' "Holy smokes, the the misleading offers made landscape. Robert Bryant, ACMlc
according on the ground. I outside
Lieut Cork. "It wasn't so bad at I and jumped into a watcher'sZip I car is over-heated. It's a real oldmodel j' to him. salvaged old tin cans, discarded
you_ know, and we can't 1. Anything can be set to music pipe, iron rods and green paint
take any cnances or it: breaking |, of some sort, from the cheapest | and "grew" two trees for the 'n
Your down We'd better Just sit here I II I jingle up to the most wonderful main entrance to the base. Officers r
Lip Save 'AShip I and let "er cool off for a while." poem. i surprised and pleased, asked 1

I His date switches on the dash- II III 2. Music written to order is, asa Bryant to "grow" two more which .
(The following article illustrating the absolute necessity of seeurIty board light and looks at the water rule, valueless, and is' rarely were planted at the entrance of ... '
in military matters is heat indicator. I I if ever, actually published. the Officers' Club. '
printed in the belief. that tt holds a vital I
message for all naval personnel) I "Mmm," she muses, "it s up a I 3. "Professional copies socalled i -- -
few degrees at that. I'd better are worthless to the I<"gltlmate' it is not necessary to copyright

Just before dawn six weeks from today, United States war and troop I have a look at that radiator and I publisher, and promptly go into scripts when dealing with honor-
ships will slide over the horizon unseen and approach a certain enemy water pump. Fetch me a wrench" his waste basket. able concerns. f
island. As dawn breaks our warships will begin an intense bombardment I Before you can say John Paul j 4. PRINTING IS NOT PUBLISHING j 7. What are termed "Hits" are t
f while our troops race in to shore in invasion barges. Simul- Jones the hood is up and the girlish rare and the statements regarding ,
taneously, roaring down on the island, paratroop planes will arrive "i head has disappeared into the I 5. No high-class, genuine pub- their earnings are greatly exag
overhead, the sky will blossom with 'chutes and 10 minutes later our i innards of the machine. lisher takes orders for publishing' gerated. ,
men will have the surprised enemy's airfield. Six hours later our invading I "Dear ", the frustrated I, or charges a composer for pub-, Those contemplating entering ;
forces will be mopping and not too suitor begins lishing. They accept only music '
up many days later you'll i i into a contract to have their
l b* smiling as you read in the headlines of another victory in the Pacific I I "Hold that light over here, Mac, I they are willing to invest in, they I
But will you? Is that what you'll be reading ? Or will the enemy's so I can get a look at the packing themselves assuming all the risk { poems set to music and to receive

"bits and pieces" system have done its Job: ? |I ," he is commanded. "There and expense of publishing, besides !,i copyrights should, we be-
A few weeks ago, on the bus, the wile of a shipping deck in a no a little more to the right. paying the composer for his work lieve, have the benefit of the
drug firm remarked to a friend: "We're staying home tonight-Al's That's right. Now gimme a screwdriver )either' in cash or royalties. | above facts. Our usual advlce-
tired. He shipped 80 cases of quinine to the Army today." I ." I 6. Genuine publishers copyright I
And last night, in a restaurant, a soldier's girl told a friend, I Ir. "Darling." says the yeoman their publications at their own ex-1'' "INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU
"I found out why Earl hasn't written lately. He's all right, but his hopefully. "It's getting late and pense in their own firm names, and I INVEST'
1. arm is swollen from inoculations. Don't know why he got 'em thoughhe I we'll miss the floor show at the X

was inoculated before, when he first Joined the paratroops" club if we don't hurry." Know Your Planes
Eventually a man will study those tiny "bits and pieces," seemingly "Lucky 1 had a look at this Gunners :

harmless scraps of information-"Quinine for the Army the tropics, 1IwC'hitlereplies the fair young !
;y eh. And 80 cases means a lot of men. Interesting. Paratroopers maiden. "This whole motor's in < j

l inoculated again. :Must be new diseases are expected-tropicsal diseases terrible shape while I'm at
j" maybe." it I'll take a look at the clutch. f/( v.ma '

t From his file under "sailings" he taken another report "A woman Hold that light steady, and hand
p. Bald her nephew in the 29th Infantry had sailed after being trained me the pliers, Mac" I
in Texas on invasion On his next ( ?) date, 1 .
tactics. So, it begins to add up quinine we imag-
"[.* special inoculations invasion troops sailing "Could they be ine, the yeoman will use the bus
i going alter of a*
one our Islands? --- -
The word goes out. And in that carefully planned attack-: -about
$ Anacostia NRAB Goes
which nobody talked-very much-many of our ships are sunk by
a, enemy subs lying in wait. Others of our men'are thrown back into Out Of CommissionThe
the Ilea by numerically superior forces our paratroops and planesare
caught by a swarm of fast enemy fighters. And that's what NaVal Reserve Aviation .
you ..
read about-unsmiling- your morning paper. Base at Anacostia, D. C., has been .

That story is fiction of couis But it's true in this way--that's decommissioned and 'Aviation Ca-
f actually how enemy agents work in thin war. It's a highly developed dets and Station personnel have ou
j s'stem-a "bits and pieces" system of assembling and guessing( imp been transferred to a number of
I <>rtant information from many scraps of what appears to be Naval training fields in the Mid-
harmless conversation. west.

I ':t Ordinary Httle facts, the kind of thing anyone might know about a One of the reasons for the move ;
sailor's or soldier's location; where he is, where he's going, how or I was to relieve air congestion in I
,' when may supply the missing pieces: in the enemy's Jig saw puzzle. I the Washington area where there
Chance remarks about his are three other air fields
equipment, what he's doing:, the name or major I
.I' lumber of his outfit, the tact that he' sailing--all could be valuable handling heavy traffic loads. '. "- I I
luce.!! Facilities of the Naval Reset'eAviation'
i NOT AT Xo.' If It'., the Army FIRE AT No.2! It' the Nazi
And not only men-the name goes for plants and ships (md Base have been turned I Air Force Curtis P-40F I "
( 'lonblc lor cont'uyd) and their freut. What kind of a ship or plane over to the Naval Air Station, rum k "War- Helnkel lie. 113, 'low-wlng, sin- _
:" flow big, Where are then built When Mil they be finished What Anacostia.. a low-"lng, single-seat gle-seat fighter powered by an Inline ,
fighter powered an In.line
changes in design ,,=_ I by en-
t t It engine. The I to round.
gine. lias a pointed nose and fuselage
Of course the members of
your own family ami friends
your are not
pice.!! But if you talk--even to them--why shouldn't they talk to Japs "DisAleutianed"Sailors long fuselage Leading ...dg'tIIare eil with a pointed nose. The oute
someone else? And that "twmeone" will be another person who can at NAS New Orleans are straight trailing edges sweep. panels of the wings taper to rounded .

tell a third, who'll paw it on. Eventually" in that chain tilt enemy saying that the Japanese up north forward. The tailplane tapers to tips. Both edges of the large I
may pteK up a few "biU and pieces" to start his system WCU; king--. : are being seriously "DISALEU- and rounded tip. It ham a single, fin (alijtUne are tapered and it has H ,
Are you helping to fit some of those jig saw piece together? ,TIANED." _rudder_ tIngle fin and rudder. I
couriey iiatcouit, Brace & Co., publUhcrs Aircraft Spotters by Lester Ott.

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Navajo Indian Teacher Now N. A.-O. T.-C.:- 'Miami Skipper liThe Inquiring 1

' A WAVE Link Trainer Here

A Column Of News :
VoL "i The WAVES are going to give Mildred Young Specialist (T) third l Reporter

\1J_ class. back to the Indians after the war is ended. I I And Comment From J
_ That's just another way of saying Specialist Young plans to returnto I
her job as a teacher at the Navajo Indian Reservation in North'I Other StationsLt.

f Arizona after the war is won" The Princeton, Mo., maiden is now a QUESTION: What do you

link trainer instructor here. I I Hatfield Detached want Santa Claus to bring
::::.,, ,. "The Reservation is east: of the -- ----- 4 you for Christmas? }
NAS, Melbourne, Fla. LieutL.
'., Grand Canyon "and north of the ,, Decorated I I I. Hatfield popular Physical ANSWERS:
: Painted Desert, Specialist Young
-4 t.. "As far I know this ; '\ <': : Training Officer and boxing coach w. B. MILLER, BM2c, S-2: "All ,
explains. as : .. ;(< ; : jS.;
.. i iI
es: : I, here, has been detached and reported I want is for Santa to end the war.
.: id the Indian reservation .. .
, I .t!<.. ""' ,' to the Naval Air Gunners That's all brother."
in the world. Our schools were I :'<': : < School at Yellow Water as Athletic PFC P. P. Marinelli .i
I; .;. II Marine
lived in']
the reservation and
.f on we. I g:. : ?f ''';'.>.<<">>.l.. >..,V, I Director. Lieut. Hatfield Guard : "A week's furlough, so I "
the schools. At I was -
one place ,
a : .,. : takes the well wishes of his many can go see my gill at New Britton 'i
100 miles from town and
over a I friends here with him. :' J Conn." ,
-:. about 45 miles from even a small I" :. I -)
.', Indian hospital There were no \'n '':' 1 The Wildcat Station paper tips DANIEL SWAL, PO2c, Fighting
real desert i: > its hat to the Mess Cooks who French: "I want a ticket back tom J
paved roads-they were a
" roads-most of them ungraded. I ,,r toll so "that the crew may enjoy home in France." .'
i' > ":'. chow second only to that which I PVT. ROBERT F. SCHILD-
" ?i When it rains the roads wash out G.
} { X, i Mother serves." As Chief Lee :'| HORN Ordnance School: "Santa
-but somehow other the Indiana I .'y
down the says, "If the boys can't be home, |, can give- me Betty Grable all
can go arroyos .. let's feel at home" |! wrapped up in GI cellophane."
.. and around the bridges and right : make them I /" I LOIS CHILTON, HAlc, WAVES
down through the wash." I Felt Takes Over ". "I wish Santa :
: Capt. I} sI < I would bring back
: :- Her early days at the Reservation (tA .tiIi' I I NAS, Miami, Fla.-Capt. H. D. my boyfriend-Sgt. Robert Pugh

;';;;" were novel. Recalling the first I : > Felt, recently detached from NAS, Capt. II. D. Felt I in England-to me."
day she walked Into the Indian Beach, has taken CPL. THOMAS WALLER, Marine
over as
to. Daytona
. class said Capt. H. D Felt above, is the ,
room, Specialist Young I J i\ the new commanding officer of i' Infantry: "All I want is flowers -
"to tell the truth I new commanding officer at NAS "
,; you was petrified. this Station. Capt. Felt is a battle I (Four Roses, please.) w
.. ." I The Purple Heart was! recently veteran. Miami Capt. Felt went to Miami CHIEF YEOMAN REO M. .',

; Indians are reticent to strangers awarded to Henry \\'. Kareff, I from NAS Daytona Beach where HOOD. X-1 Division: "A blonde,
;." and observe them closely before I First Musician In the XATTC WAVES Ahoy he was commanding officer. He I brunette and red-head all combined -

p:'. passing judgment. band. lie sustained wound! aboard I NAS, St. Simons Island Ga.- is graduate a Californian of 1923, a ,Naval and Academy a battle ,I with." a shape like Hedy LaMarr's.

r "They look yon over-site yon the Wasp In engagement around The arrival of the first WAVE,
I veteran of the initial attack
the Solomon Islands A veteran of upon I J. S. WILLIAMS, AM3c A & R:
I' up-and usually give you an appropriate I Ensign Julia B. Lowry, created a Guadalcanal. He relieved
Capt. "If
k Indian name," theIt" 27 years In Naval !service, Kareff ripple of excitement here. Coming I Claus'! wants to help me
.. I Arthur Gavin, new Commandant he can change the bus ruling here -
arrived at the Center
WAVE says. The. name is from NAS Jacksonville Ensign
, ... of this Station, at Miami. I and let us fellows ride to town in
( sometimes not very flattering. Dec 20, 1942, after serving aboard Lowry will serve as Communications -
'it For instance, one of our head The Wasp since its commissionIng. Officer on the coding board. the afternoons between 1630 and .r
Ills home Is at Black I Creek, 1830. Then I can get a haircut.
' teachers, a lazy, stupid fellow, Chief M. J. Hugeley was chosen
.. Lake County, Fla. I i KAREN CHESEY, S2c: "I don't
was very much disliked. The Indiana | the "man of the month" on the
want much, just an advance in
gave him the name t'he'le- Station. The Shore Patrol Chief
translated that means 'the burro' Roosevelt's FavoriteOne I formerly was in the Detective Bureau rating, a WAVE secretary and anew

.' .;.... ." of the Macon, Ga., police department car But I don't believe in
of the President Santa Claus "
jokes anyway
Specialist Young says the Na- I
vajos treated her with great Roosevelt likes\ to tell best goes The Station paper quotes Yeo- Vy 1 I ROBERT C. WEBSTER, SK2c: ::
i like this: I "My wife and I expect a bundle ;
courtesy and slowly, but surely I man Blanton on this one: "Mr. .
1 Ailing gentleman ambled into a from heaven and I hope it'a a
accepted her as a friend. | I Vice a poet sued Mr. Versus a
I doctor's office "I'm boy. That would be swell '
: having a Christ-
The Indians are in the war critic Mr. Vice claimed that Mr. "
i trouble with eyesight and hearing." Versa had adverse advice mas present.
against the Axis, too. I given on
"The Navajos were very quickto I "Are you a drinking man?" "Yes, Mr. Vice's verse. The verdict was H. A. CEGELKA SC2c, S-l: '

answer our country's call and I Doctor." "That's it-stop drinkingat for Versa but was reversed and is "Fifteen days furlough would
once, report to me in a month." even make me believe in Santa
not Vice Versus Versa but
of them now
many are now serving
with armed force* all over thet. 'j I A month later he reported: vice versa.: By Edith Ilrlnkworth, WAVES I Claus. Then I could go home and
Doc The complement of the get married."
I still lave trouble with my
world ---- -
Specialist Young declares I eyesight and hearing." "Did you on this station is continually be- JEWELL L U C IUS, SK;c.
of There is even a special company atop drinking as I told you?" Banana Riv. NAS Boasts ing increased. Last week aviation WAVES: "I want Santa to bring .:
the I
: Navajos- Indians have
metalsmith.i and mechanics me a second class .
t. I "Nope-what I've been drinking is I I .
proved very valuable" in scouting so much better than what I've..I Tough Obstacle CourseOne 'from Memphis, Tenn., and Nor IRIS ROBBINS, Sic, WAVES:
and I
;, communications. I| been seeing and hearing lately I of the newest and best ob- man. Oklahoma and aerographersfrom "An alarm clock so I will be on
Life with the Navajos la picturesque Lakehuist, N. J. time for work." ;t
decided to keep it up. stacle courses within the NAOTC reportedhere.
o. and traditions of the In- I I MYRTLE S P E R
I II is at the Naval Air Station, R Y, Y3c :,
,. .' dians are still maintained. Banana River, Fla.; )I Zara Misenheimer, PR.Ic who WAVES: "I would like a laundryso

:t "I particularly liked the squaw Changes PostViceAdmiral I II Recently completed, the course recently completed her trainingat I wouldn't have to do my wash! ...
:.., dances which start in July and last has 13 obstacles including the ,. Lakehurst N. J.. i.s on duty ing and ironing." .
John H. Hoover,
up to the first of October, Specialist I I at the parachute loft on this Sta- "
climb and checkerboard -"
commander of the Caribbean sea rope jump; :!.[-----
Young 'This is the
says. the first
tion. She Is WAVE
rJ. real social season for the Navajos :]I I frontier post, has at been sea. detached for anew 'i I straddle run run; ; over bear trap and ; under tunnel; parachute rigger to report here. : Over 1,500 U. S. Naval
-the lambing is the
over crops ''I Just in of
I case some
-"** crawl vaults boom travel in. you
; ; ;
:.. aren't yet ready for Vessels In InvasionMore
/ harvesting-I I niho-rible verted V hand-over-hand climb, WAVES who have been on this
hand skirts ;
and the people come every- woven Station for several months need '
' Jo 'I masks." I'I'I and the balance run. -'- ''j
where-hundreds- them, on grotesque I your morale boosted have a talk than 1,500 vessels of th, p
. horseback, jn wagons, on foot ]I, "I'll be going right back to .' I with some of these girls who have United States Navy ranging in ,I
working with the Indians after the Coast Guard Ag-d 153I
Everyone is dressed "in his finest .
here. size from '
just reported They are very cruisers to small {
t clothes. It's very beautiful with I war," says Mildred Young. "I've I I 1 i The U. S. Coast Guard cele1 i, enthusiastic about the entire Station craft manned, by well over landing 40,000 "I"i
all the colorful Indian shawls, jewelry never found anything more fasci brated its 153rd birthday on August officers and \x 1.'
I men, effected the ,
, ,. and velvet shirts. Each squaw i, nating._ _"--- ___ _I 4. --- --- Lieut. I Ijg) Elizabeth Ball,nline, I landing of United States Invasion '(
-- -- --- ------ ------- I'I'I
dance usually lasts from seven to of the Public Relations office who forces on Sicily.
:- nine days. Most of the afternoonand ; S2c James Tremblay Is First EntryIn handled all publicity for the I In addition to larger combat .

, early part of the night is : I WAVES on this Station so effi- I units, the fleet included a num. .J

spent in visiting and feasting-the Lucrative War Bond Essay EventJames ciently, is now serving on the ber of anti-submarine patrol craft
dancing starts about AOTC staff.
midnight. and a swarm of motor torpedo
Only the unmarried girls can J. Tremblay, S2c, of the third place will get a $25 bond Work was started this weekon boats. ).

dance." I Ordnance and Gunnery Depart Essays are to be limited to the Water Ballet of the -____ nu_ ,
The WAVES Indian teacher explained ment here, holds the distinctionof 250 words, written leglibiy in WAVES under the direction of Goode of Bronwood, Ga., the
that the squaws tag the I being the first entry in the ink or typewritten, and receivedby Ensign Katherine Rahl and her bride's sister. ,i '
man and he must pay the privil- War Bond Essay Contest now the War Bond Office by committee. This ballet promisesto Jane Webber, Y3c of the Personnel -

t t' edge of dancing with her with being conducted throughout the midnight, August 31. All Naval display a great deal of talent office of the Administration /
money or jewelry. NAOTC. personnel are eligible to com- among the WAVES. Annex, and Ensign Frank Tuccl ,
"The dancing lasts till dawn. Seaman Tremblay signed up pete with the exception of memo Several of the WAVES have were married Monday Aug. 2. Attendants
.. Then everybody sleeps until late for an allotment during the April bers of the Admiral's staff, com- been married in the last two were Ensign'! and Mrs.
in the afternoon-and the whole campaign and buys a few bondson manding officers and executive weeks. Among those married was: Austin Hinkle. I

tiling starts all over again' Specialist the side, so answering the officers. And all have a chanceto Marjorie Goode, Sp"S"2c, whose Here's a poem that has been

Young added. contest question, "Why Naval win. marriage to Chief Warrant Officer printed In a number of Station .
'IK One of the most primitive dances Personnel Should Buy War Originality of ideas will be of- Walter P. Thomsen of the Herbert publications: .

J K>f the Navajos is the Yei-bi-chal. Bonds?" was easy for him. prime importance in selectingthe Smart Airport in Macon Ga., took Mary knew a little lamb 11
I Describing it, the WAVES Specialist The winner of the Essay Con. Contest winners as far as place in Jacksonville'! Sunday, Aug. Whose love the much preferred:
said "In the yei-bi-chai only test will receive first prize of a the judges are concerned-not 1. They had as their attendants! But she wouldn't wait, and so she
the men dance. They paint their $100 War Bond while the run- necessarily fancy words and Lie t. (jg) Ellen Littlejohn. Jean wed f..j I

bodies with white clay, wear short nerup will win a $50 bond and flowery.sentences... ,Shit i J", .. !S X 2,, ., ,.and Lillian: A wolf who'd been deferred.F ': ,.
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"Y Naval> Air AIR Station Jacksonville,Florida, by the Publiic
Relations Office at no expense to the government. Copies ;
are distributed free of charge to enlisted I and other Naval
personnel at the Cecil Air Station,the auxiliary ah By Captain R. ( )
stations at Lee and : Fields and Natal Air Gun
ner' School. Distribution 1* also made to the Headquarters .
of) the Natal Air Operational Training Command
and the Naval Air Technical: Training Center. + A Valiant

Captain Arthur Gavin USN,
Acting Chief of Naval Air Operational Tialnlng w Several weeks ago
Commandant to my office. It
Jatksonxllle Naval Air Station r she had come from

Captain John J. O'Malley (MC), USN. present her problem
Commanding Officer come for training.
U. S. Naval Hospital land and Philips

Commander Edward E. DoleceV USN, In fact, his older
Commanding Officer I Yale. But the boy
r Naval Air Gunner's School under
Navy. Being
Lieut. Cut Chester L. Gawne. USMC Rrt), to sign his papers, !
Commanding Officer from the home.Everything .
Mailne Barracks

Commander R. D. HI glns DE-V (C), USNR suggesting that went his
Commanding Officer
Naval Air Technical Training Center t tu

Lieut. Col.! William T. Evans" USMC Ret), 1 .
Commanding Officer, rIw
Marine Atlatlon Detachment

Commander ChallesG'Shon@: ', A-\\G), USNR, Of, I
Commanding; Officer( t.L I
Auxiliary Naval Air Station Lee Field r } ..
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Commander Thomas D. Southworth, A-VG), USNR. _. v; .v: : 1

Auxiliary Commanding Natal Air Station Officer Cecil Field \ ....' ...._.., _. ..; o r r "
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The JAX AIR NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Service
material. Republication of credited matur prohibited A'e 7'IN6'TO ELVE /l MAli
without permission of CNS, War Department. 205 E.Overcharging I
42nd St., N. Y. C. rO $0.s/ .
Capt. Shrum

Reports continue Servicemen to come in that certain Words Of "Navy Hymn"> Re-printed I office which this and fond agreed to :

taxi drivers continue to overcharge Naval attend church. I

personnel seeking transportation from Jacksonville For Readers Of lax Air NewsEDITOR'S I family Monday together morning

to the Air Station late at night.
not letter:
NOTE-For the benefit of those who are acquaintedwith
Cases have been reported where enlistedmen the words of the "Navy Hymn," the JAX AIR NEWS prints it "Dear Captain : ,
were being charged anywhere from $3 here in its entirety. It might be a good idea to clip it and learn the captain to take time
to $4. This, in spite of the fact that a stan- I complete words of our "Navy Hymn." It is used as the opening and a worried mother
dard price of $1.50, regardless, of the numberof closing theme for "Navy Vespers" which Is heard over WPDQ every you. Your wise
at 1930. to
Sunday night helped me
passengers, has been established by the The hymn follows: the one that needed ;
cab companies themselves. Since many of 'This is war,
those being victimized have refused to pay Eternal Father, Strong To Save say 'I don't want

exorbitant charges, these drivers, be they 1. or going to the '!
small in number Eternal Father, strong to save, Whose arm doth bind the Men are out there
or great reportedly are
restless wave Who bidd'st the mighty ocean deep, to be ready to take
refusing to drive to the Station unless they Its own appointed limits keep: 0 hear us when we cry to the aerial gunnery, I
collect their money in advance.Of For those in peril on the sea. Why should I talk it"Thanks"I
course these conditions are beyond the 2. Navy vows. People
control of those in the Navy. However, we Lord, guard and guide the men who fly Thru the great best, Mom.'
could perform a valuable deed, not only for spaces of the sky, Be with them traversing the air, "That is Ed's and
In darkening storms or sunlight fair-O hear us when w. old Eds' attitude ;:
ourselves, but for our government which is lift our prayer For Those in peril in the air. courage to match
trying to stop profiteering, by reporting the 3. Ed's free time was
number of the cab which overcharges to the O Trinity of love and power! Our brethren shield in Sunday visiting
Better Business Bureau of the Jacksonville danger's hour; From rock and tempest, fire and foe, Jacksonville for
Chamber of Commerce. This organizationhas Protect them where so e'er they go, Thus ever let there that he had been
rise to thee Glad hymns of praise from land and sea.-A-Men. received freedom, I
been formed to prevent violations andit young men have a

is particularly anxious to help Naval personnel I I was worried when
"on this station. Station MoviesMAIN .1 I to Jacksonville for a

We would like to make it clear that all cab My OpinionLetters STATION "Shadow of and I spent chatting walking with

drivers are not involved in this overchargingof Doubt." Teresa Wright, Joseph Cot Base, especially the
From Our ReadersA ton Aug. 13; "A Night to Remember"
service men, and when you run up againstone Loretta Young. Brian Ahern, Aug. 15; I sincerely compliment
who is inclined should wait for "Varsity Show," Fred Waring Dick Air Base. One
so you '
Powell, Priscllla Lane, Aug. 16; behaved, more
another who is willing to comply with the Pay Clerk AdvisesThe Graves to Cairo." Franchot Tone." Anne j anywhere. Possibly,

price regulation of $1.50 which has already basis of American popular- Doin Baxter, nUag'sle7;, "Chetnlcks.Aug.' 18. Philip I noticed the dignity

been set. ity is fair play, we don't like a STUDENT- "Crossroads.OFFICERS'" Hedv AUDITORIUM Lamarr- I saw reflected on .
Also, violations should continueto be reported bully, never did. We fought in VVm. Powell Aug. 13; "Clldersleeve's I Sunday, and the
Bad Day," Harold Peary, Jane Dar- out of these men's
to Marines at the gate. A combinationof the last war and men said we well Aug. 15; "A Night to Remember "I carried
," Loretta Young, Brian Ahern I away
result in the
steps may eventually have enough of Europe's worries. An,. 16': "Varsity Show" Fred War- must try to match
curbing of this unsavory activity.If I This country was much for staying Ing, Dick Powell Priscllla "Lane Aug i I for 'passing me In',
Graves Cairo. Franchot
17: to
enough complaints are made to such out, but what changed our Tone Anne Baxter, Aug, 18. I grandeur and beauty
civilian agencies as the Better Business Bureau to LEE FIELD-"Action In North Atlantic I Base, the beautiful
minds was when Hitler began ." Humphrey Bogart. Raymond chorus, the
of the Jacksonville Chamber of Com- pick on the little nations one at \Massey ll"orkll.Florence, Aug. 12;Rice"Stand, John by Beal all Net-I I' tennis courts.grassy

merce some action will be taken. Some stepsto a time. This was not fair playas 13; "Crossroads:" Wm. 7'lbo "That visit to
curb overcharging of service personnel are Laraarr. Aug. 1"Shadow .
we saw it. Tt'reaaVrlght., ,Joseph Cotton. Aug. 15: ; proud that my
already under way. It is to be sincerely We hate Japan for her acts at "Glldersleeve's, Bay Day," Harold I I
Peary Jane Darwell' "A I In taking
hoped that the situation be remedied "
may Pearl Harbor. That was not fair Night to Remember Young. of
future. of all Brian Ahern AUK 17, "Varsity Show, affording you !
within the immediate We like good sports
Fred Waring Dick PowellLane Priscilla : to bring you the
'- I kinds so long as they are playedon Aug 18.: 'from a noble mother.
a square basis, and at the first pride in our station.
Remember, CourtesiesThe sight' of foul play we are the loud .
rendering of military courtesies could est to yell Let a fighter begin U. S. MANPOWERin

still stand some improvement both on the I hit complaining below the of obnoxious belt regardless fouls and of ( millions) From

station and ashore. Too many of us still are who he is, his popularity will Feb.*

slipshod and inconsistent about saluting : quickly give out. Let a big man 1943- Failure At Forty
superior officers. I pick on a small fellow and the #' "'." \
4 crowd will always be with the ,tl ARMED'WOUSTBIAl 't! At forty years of !
While it is true that we are not a military 1541 -,...10RCS 7.5 he
small fellow. ... ... thought was a
nation country is at and II t.o -- --
our now war manyof And one of the quickest ways I only after these ;
us have had to stop being-civilians and for/ an officer to lose the respect squarely to the
become sailors in America's forces of the sea. : and admiration of the men under caps, that he was

It is essential then that we learn to become 1 him is for him to use In an unfair The circumstances diet for

military or naval men as long as we wear the; and unjust manner the authority ing F. R. Hamilton In
his commandingchief
given him by (lid star
uniform of the United States Navy. I Calif.
the president
Remember, you're not saluting the man I "When you get your commission: 11.5 nonhrin) 42.1
in the uniform but the uniform itself. Be I you are given two titles, an officer I EMPLOYED r- Sank Self

proud of your privilege to be able to render and a gentleman. See to It which Then contacted there'sthe a )

the American salute. And make civilians and that one does not override the I her depth charges.
military men from foreign countries stop other. -A PAY aJPersonnel CLERK. skipper radioed to

and take notice in the spirit with which ;you .... SELF."-CLIPPED.'A .

render your salute.So Inspection $;4 FART.""' i
let us show everyone our pride in our Slated For

uniform and the country which we serve. Saturday .EMPLOYED......... d't,
Personnel .. To those !
Shine 'em up, sailors. 7.2 ....
salute and do it in
Give the military always Inspection la scheduled on.the Station UNEMPLOYED 1.4. Ride" Club
a manner worthy of the finest traditions,:of Saturday morning. The uniform ,
T..S3.9. .f1l59.8 Air Station
J the Navy. is the clean working uniform., say,


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What, No Hula? / .-. i r' . ...
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75 ,
Barbers Point, ,
from Pearl Harbor
for the newest

by Officers civilian and ,I ngLamp i

structing veterans the of new the r :i ) *$4VV..V, \ .1.1i

c area.
Coral, klawi Ht :; ; <

cane surround the -f T -
mate is so balmy : .,_ ,, ..1f !

.. Los claim were Angeles It it a within few By Steve Kalagian, Y2c

ing However Barber's, men 1798.'r I still coming; in as this is being i 1

gard the last in the SMOKING LAMP \ J

commerce to one.
tised the spot
the insist-!!
girls. That was Movie-Dance poll until th
now at the base the station, of this month. In :1
ment. in or. proponent of both
the ma. hate ample opportunity

First Three Ships nights prefer their ballots
Each side to be
The first three personnel seems
etiticted for the firm in their opinion.
thusiasts insist that since
were ban been
are shown!! on all other
tion, United States it has
is only fair that one night
completed in the
be set aside for dancing, :
- other side of the fence,-
-. vocates point out that
never enough dancing
HS \ go around to justify :
- ,' entire Saturday night to
t So, there you have it.
j PHYSICAL( ': loting: continues until I
= August 14 and all of you
I' /INSPe'Cn"".".... opportunity to express
i ._ AT '1:3o. I.L Ion All you have to do
check one-dance or movie
I ballot reprinted below.
name and rate and send it
I i yard or U. S. maiL It
L your ballot from town be
( % Include in the address, "
Station;" otherwise If
yard mall, merely
Box 2 .At any rate, '
them coming mates '. !
I would rather have:

(Indicate whichon Saturday busu't!

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Here's something else in
of entertainment. A !
addressed to this :
Navy personnel on the !
at the A. & R. declares that
; thing ought to be done in a
t {It .ALASKI entertainment for the night
We are missing out on
programs held on this
"Oh. "'90--", slop blvihingl" as movies, dances, USO !
.. weekly smokers.
.... This letter wasn't signed
particular person. However, I : !
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take up the matter with
is striking for Aviation Machin fare Officer and he said he
[Meet Your Mates ist's :Mate, third class coming be glad to do what he
from Atlantic City, New Jersey, had more details about your
Brief Biographies of Men tion. So, how about
she was a stenographer before enlisting -
another letter, giving one
Serving With You in the WAVES Her names, the number of

Formerly employed in hosiery hobbies are swimming, fishing and sonnel!! on the night shift j
and silk mills in Virginia, WAVE boating and one of the rea- free hours you have durin
LELA BOWMAN is now an Aviation : sons she joined the WAVES was day. It the group is large
Metalsmlth!! at the A. & R. i It seems certain that !
because her friend in the
boy was
Although she had never done any can and will be done for
mechanical work of any kind in service (The Army, believe it or *
the past, she likes her work and not.) She also has three A sailor in dungarees was
\ Js happy to be able to serve her brothers in the service, two in the Ing in the pay line looking I
marine guard. Then
country in time of war
Navy and one in the Army. She'sin they started talking.
She admits, however, that she machinist work only for the sailor cried at the top of his
was looking for a little travel and
duration and wants to back to "You mean you're from
adventure as well Being in the go where did you live" I
more feminine pursuits after the
Navy also stimulated her romantic
The marine told him the
life She met a bluejacket at war. ,, of the street. I!I
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Norman Oklahoma where she received "Then you must have
her metalsmith training. Some ChangeJoe Savo?" the sailor asked I I I
He's overseas now, but they hopeto : "I want to chang my "Sure," the marine \
get married after the war name, your honor." """ Savo that's me."
Her hobbies are bowling, dancing Judge "What is your name?" They shook hands.
and traveling. I Joe: "Joe Stinks." : !!
o Judge: "I don't blame you Whatdo Remember, mates you've !'
Another WAVE at the A. & R.1 you want to change it to?" have ComRats stamped on
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:1 Six JAX AIR NEWS August 12, 1943 ,Q

;" _,: '_. '" 1... _. ,..,,< ...t.f 1 I Meet The Fliers
VPB 2 Meets A & R TodayFor

f ; nvtl Softball Championship .

..I.-J.4: 1. By Bernard Kahn S2c

1 SSSSi The task of furnishing Manager Ed Claussen's favored

II'J: ., -- ": $ Assembly and Repair crew with opposition in the find'q!

I *? or:;" JfI round of the Station championship Softball playoffs has bee* J

Edmund Walsh Y2c turned over to VPB2.A .

; '. By ...:. .** &" & R, scourge of the Station this..season, and VPB2, the

I 1942 champs will plunge into the best two out of three game
and better than in the
"Baseball be
bigger ever years
_._ series for the title today. They \ '
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that follow the war." It was Lieut. Comdr. Edgar "Cy" Su- will play ball at 1630 this after.

,. ratt, one of the greatest pitchers in the history of Navy I Sports Competition noon on the Operations diamond

baseball talking. located just west of Hangar 117.
I ,
t t, "One thing that this war has brought out," the assistant Favored For Navy The playoffs second will game be In unfurled the climatic next

Yard Department Officer continued "is that we need more week. .

sports which provide for the great The A & R team Is quite willing

est good of the greatest number """ : '' ; By Comdr. TunneyCommander to have VPB2 for 'a finalist foe.

Baseball is that kind of game I Lee Field A & R -I ,. ; '' The teams exchanged courtesies
"-' <- '
which can absorb many participants I I :3' I twice daring the regular league

and will grow increasingly I Bows To Marines I H > "I Gene Tunney who I season and A & R emerged triumphant .
popular with Americans." : >\ : is in charge of a physical fitness both times. A & R la

I Previously undefeated A & R ran if, '. program for the Navy, says banking on Big Stan Polntek, who

Lieut. Comdr. Suratt in re- into the hot Marine outfit in the ), ",, : \ l' I he yields to nobody in his supportof checked VPB2 on both previous
menibereil by his shipmates and Lee Field Softball league last week competitive sports accordingto occasions, to turn fn a repeat per-

baseball: : men I and left the field on the short end' class PHIL. .MILLER. paces Filer. pitchers seaman with first I a statement made Aug. 6 in formance today.. He will be op.

alike a* the of an 11-8 count. nine wins and one defeat his "The Wake Of The News," a column posed by B. Q. Smith a crackerjack ,...
The hard-playing Marines refus- father Phil Miller Sr. was an Army by Arch Ward appearing In chunker with a good repertoire -
|. h e nomenal I sergeant In World War I winning the I
ed to lose that game although until Purple Heart In Kiantc. Phil takes the Chicago Tribune. of pitches.
Navy hurler the sixth inning the A & R after. his father In baseball Inasmuch Quoting from the column, "The I Pitched One Hitter j)
Mho refused to team were matching them run for I as Phil Sr was a pitcher In the old former heavyweight champion who i The mound duel between PoinK.JJ
Lafayette league now the Eastern I is extensive tek and Smith is made all the' ..
leave the Service run. A three-run flurry in the ,I league was the outstanding athlete now on an Inspection I ,,
to enter sixth, however, put them out in In the history of Hawthorne N J. high tour, has been represented from more interesting by events leading
front to stay. Helped most by I' school won letters In footballbasketball time to time in public prints as''! up to the finals.In .
organizedbaseball : ,
t and baseball. passed up to the Shaughnessy set ies semi.
al- the Marine victory was the Dispensary an opportunity to attend Centre college hostile games involving body
team for it meant that I but now wishes he had taken It contact and in favor of calisthe- finals last week Pointek and
21'though they were still in the running for likes to recall his first mound appearance nics and other forms of mass athletics Smith each registered magnificent
of the fur the Paterson N. J. Red Sox
many.i one-hit victories.A .
who saw :rI the first-half championship.A I when he came In as a relief hurler and
pitch and It Looks Good won the game for the fast semipro Says* Boxing IH Tough & R eliminated a stubborn
say outfit the winning! pitcher In should Ordnance & club front
faster Suralt i However A & R can cinch the was 'Certainly no one appreciate Gunnery
was I I the only Flier \lctoiy over the St.i the benefits of sports com- the playoffs in an eight inning
HobShjwkey. title by winning their lone remaining Augustine Coast Guard this season .
th'.1n'aUer Johnson. When game with Gunnery-Personnel. I recently married Sonhle StatUtch a petition more than I,' he told this struggle 1 to 0. It was a hectic

later manager of the If they lose, and Dispensary wins : Russian girl works In A & R department recently. 'I chose box- battle with Condo hurling stingy

New York Yankees, was pitchIng their three remaining games, a'' "= Ing as my field and if you don'tthink ball, too, and limiting A & R to
for the American League will be there's competition In that I four blows. -
game necessary
club, he was quoted a* saying, to decide the champion. II I game, well, you just haven't triedit. The wallop that broke up the

"If I had as much on the ball I'd ; In the week's other games the Fliers: Play Twice When I was assigned to condition -I ballgame was a freak homerun

s. Cy Suratt I don't think Dispensary kept its first-half title I II sailors for war service I realized punch clouted by Pleu of A & R
ever love a game in the major time the In the fatal 8th. Plew slammed .
I chances alive by defeating the Fire I' was important ele-
leagues. article in 1914 Department 5-2 with first-base-i'In Weekend GamesThe ment. There was no room for ex- I, a clothes-line drive to centerfield

In a newspaper man Murrey starring;; the Com- I I tensive sports programs. I had to and the ball took a hop, skip and
the sports editor of the old Newport do I and eluded Centerflelder
partment Cleaners scored a 4-2 a job quickly and as efficiently Jump
R. I., Star and Herald referred -, Naval Air Station baseball I
victory over GunneryPersonneland 'I I as possible. I II Westmoreland, rolling for a homer.It .
Lieut. Comdr. Suratt as team will two within'the
to play
: I' then took a 10-2 :setback at games 'Many of the men were with us was a bitter pill for Condo to
"the pride of the Arkansas" and the hands of league-leading A & next few days. i I only four weeks, few of them longer swallow after a beautiful job on
king of Navy pitchers. I' On Friday the Fliers meet the i than seven weeks. They had to the slab.
And well he might have been, R.The Jacksonville Terminal in the baseball I i
I standings, up to and Includ be sent out to sea equipped to defend Pointev I<* Standout
for on the day that the article was park on Myrtle avenue and I
\ i ing Tuesday night's game. themselves and to deal out Pointek. who pitched two no-hit,
written team of Eastern League Sunday they play the Morrison I
I physical punishment to the enemy.That's no-run games during the season,
professional players had planned"to TEAM Field Army Air Base In West''
why I organized games. came within the skin of his teethof
take the Sailors money." Blue- i I W I.. Palm Beach, Fla. I There simply wasn't enough time. I doing it again. A sharp single
of the Arkansas and other Assembly and Repair 3 Two left handers are slated to I
:jackets I l Dispensary . . :.:::::::::: : 3 2 11 I II call in these two Now that we have a year or more to leftfield by Crawford in the
ship in at Newport got together Marines . .. ... ..... 6 3'GunneryPersonnel get the starting to work with men in the V.121! third frame was the only safety
however and took all bets. I(I . .... .....3 41 games Erman Littlejohn, a cagey program I think the Navy has 'I yielded by Speedy Stan.
The result of the game was one Compartment Cleaners .. .. .... :1 7 I curve ball pitcher will go against .
acted A & R had 0 & G In
In the whipped
of the in the sports I Fire Department ... ...... 0 7 Terminal and Phil Miller theteam's I wisely approving par. I I '1I
brightest pages I I tlcipation of its personnel in intercollegiate their first encounter 6 to 3.
log of the Arkansas. "Cy" Suratt leading hurler with nine ,I athletics. You will I I In the quarter-finals of the titular .

shut out the professionals 1 to 0 I de Correvont Now On Duty won and only one loss will face the find written evidence of my series A & R had rubbed out
and in so doing hurled a no-run, Army team. I
I siastic endorsement. Comdr.enthu-1 I Personnel with two successive
no-hit game. At NTS Bainbridge, Md. I Pace Victory League : Hamilton and his successor Lieut. wins. ?

With approximately a month of Comdr. Frank Wickhorst, have I II I Meanwhile VPB2 proceded Into
Bill deCorrevont one-time
When he retired from the won- the baseball season left, the first stressed competitive sport from the finals according to Hoyle, and
der of school football, is i I
boy high will be to
place seeking I
Navy In 1913 Lieut. the form. The VPB2
beginning of the war program team blanked
Suratt, who had enlisted comdr'j now a Chief Specialist assignedto i I Increase their 2 game margin in ," Ships Store Ashore 2 to 0, be-
the Naval Training Station,
the as wind
Victory league they
Navy as a land<* i ---- -'--- hind Smith's superb elbowing. The
I training in 1909 and had been a Bainbridge, Md.deCorrevont I up against Painters Local, Aug. SSA batters would have found so-

lieutenant senior grade at the I who played college I 18; Merrill Stevens, Aug. 19; Ter- I Football Kept Alive lace in a loud foul. Smith per-
football for Northwestern univer-
time of his retirement returned I minal Aug. 23; Carpenters Local mitted only one safe hit a singleby
r sity's Wildcats once drew 120,000' Aug. 25; and Downing Aug. 29. I By Navy-Frank Leahy
r to>> hit native state of Georgia. I I Brinson in the fifth inning.
I people into Soldiers' Field stadiumIn :
Leading hitters for the Fliers in
I He retained his interest In Wolfson SSA twirler was nicked
to see him his last I Anas-I Frank football coach at
Chicago play the past week were Charley Leahy
baseball and was the first to spot I for five hits. Smith helped
Mho prep school game In '37. tasio Don Cross Owen Reeves and I Notre Dame, was quoted recently win his
a blepowerful youngster I own game by singling In
could swat the ball over the -- -- Lieut. Marty McDonough. I in a United Press story as giving I the third setto. An error and a
Newcomers to the lineup who the U. S. Naval Academy credit
fences at sixteen lie recommended I solid two-bagger by Crowell acv
the youngster, Johnny I Tennis Star At Pensacola have turned in good games are for keeping college football alivein counted for two VPB2 runs .A.

Mize, later National League I Lieut. T. Elwood Cooke, formerly Walter DeFreltas shortstop and' war time. VPB2 had felled Ship's Store >
"It is
I>oiue run king to the St. LouU the nation's rank- Dave Bride outfielder. no exaggeration to say '
t I II among top i ft that without the insistence of these I Continued O. &1:_ s.'fla \
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Cardinals where lie began his Ing tennis stars, is on duty at

I major league career.: the NATTC Pensacola, Florida. In'', Nav Confucius say: Hitler, men football" would have been finished es--
i I : he told guests at a recent Dispensary r
addition to his regular dudes he Mussolini, and Japs will leave I luncheon of a committee
Another young ball player whom offers instruction In tennis. I I HEEL prints in the sands of time. sponsor.

Lieut. Comdr. Suratt singles out as ._ .. _. I ing the Notre Dame-Navy football
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game in Cleveland October 31.
a big leaguer is Eddie Lyons S2c: I _,._ Jfa _L Officers League
of the Station baseball team. -
Seaman Guard and NA TTC 2
"Lyons is better than Joe Gordon I Ii Annapolis Class Receives I Dispensary, boasting four wins

was when the Yankee second baseI i I I I in succession, is out in front of

man was his age" he says "He Win Opening Round Games Physical Training At Cecil the newly organized Officers softball -

i Ins a good pair of hands, tags the I I league. A & R and Operationsalso .,
runner well, serves the ball up Lt. ( jg) Jim Brutz and Lt. (Jg) are undefeated with two wins /' "\
Carolus Anderson Y2c I M. M. Owen of the Physical Train- I
to the shortstop on a force out or By apiece. v /
I double play as well as any man ing Department on duty at Cecil In the featured game of the """ .
The Shaughnessy Playoffs in the intra-station baseball I Field .
'working the Annapolis -
rye ever seen and is without a peer week Supply Commissary staged
wn the double play pivot." I league got off to a rousing opening Monday with both games class now receiving Indoctrination a last inning rally and downedVPB2OTU1

"Lyons" he concluded, "has the being decided by one-run verdicts. training there. by 5 to of, The Com. --.

I knack of taking the throws from Seaman Guard the first place' the game-winning; tally. Instruction for the most part Is missary club produced four runs
In hand to hand methods
the catcher like Rogers Hornsby. I finishers, triumphed over Marine : Eddie Lyons was stingy with his and the In their belated outburst. Jacksonled i
of life and life
use boats.
No matter where th? catcher's peg Barracks 8 to 7, and NATTC unit hits, giving up only four, but his i Other activities Jackets Include the victors at bat with a pairof
I., comas, he manages to get the glove 2 defeated NATTC unit 1, 4 to 3. 1 wildness and faulty team support safeties. Rothenberg topped the
I and the ball in front" of the bag to I The four teams will conclude a : very nearly proved Seaman Navy football.)ball volley ball and touch losers with a trinity of hits.LI..t .

nail the runner. bvt two-out-of-three game series Guard's undoing. % Standings
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l this week with the winners vieingin I I Jimmy Francis and Ray Auld The standings and schedule for

I The Seahawks football elevenAt a similar series next week for alternated on the mound and be- 6 Coaches Tutor All Stars the week follow: Games Today .

the Navy Pre-I'light School, the intra-statlon championship hind the bat for the losers and
VPB2 A &
I Coaches for the All Star college vs. Rj; MondayOper.
Iowa City Iowa begin practice were combed for nine hits.
Make Six Errors Heisler and Ridge squad which will meet the Wash. I at Ions vs. Hospital, and Supply
i next Monday. Second ranking Jitters possessed the ordinarily Pitchers I Ington Red Skins in the annual Commissary vs. A & R; TuesdayT5
I mound duel in the
Service team In the nation last hooked up in a
well-poised Seaman Guard team as NAOTC and VPB2
t classic this year on August 25: will vs. vs.
season, the "Hawks" will open it was hard pressed to squeak out I game at the Training Center, issu- be Stuhldreher I VOVCS: Wednesday Operations
Harry Wisconsin
with the University of Illinois a close decision by counting twice i ing four hits apiece, but Heisler of I head coach. The other members! of, /s. A & R, and Hospital vs. %.
Sept 19. Completing schedule in the unit 2 got the one run I I
eighth frame of an the coaching staff are Wally Butts NAOTC; and next ThursdaySupply -
I win in the fourth Inning on an
are with Ohio State,
games inning battle. The Seaman made
Commissary vs
Georgia Frank Notre
Iowa State, University of Iowa, error. Lyons of unit 2 was the ; Leahy, '
which Eddie I
errors coupled with : T-5 vs. Dispensary.
offensive star with a double and Dame; Babe Horrell UCLA; Lieut.
Missouri Ft. Riley, Marquette,
Lyons' wildness kept the con- Great Lakes and W L Pik.1)I& .
Tony Hinkle
: Camp Grant Notre Dame and single. I e .. .4 0 1.000
:. Minnesota. test doubt throughout. Final Standing Lynn Waldorf Northwestern. R . :. ;;; ;:::::::\2 0 l.OOi) .
The winning pair of runs were I W L Pc, \jti Operations. ... .... :2 0 1.000 \
.. t engineered this way: Richard Seaman: Guard . .. 17 10 .6.10 yDVCS . .. . . .. 4 1 ..H()() ( }
Navy Cadet Roger Downs, a Ksersey walked and scored on I NATTC. Unit 2: .......16 14 .5.U: Have you heard about the little Supply Conimlsvary .. 1 1 ,!>OO
Western Conference tennis champion Willis Lloyd's mighty triple to leftfield Marine: Barrack ....... 13 14 ..481NATTO moron who took a Job at the Navy T-5 . :. ..... o i .aw
I Unit 1 .. ..... 1* 11 .481 Navel Hospital O 1 .(UK)
last season has already con- I Johnny Folio followed witha NATTC Unit 3 . ...... 11 17 .41 Yard in search of a blood vessel. VPB2 OTUl :;::::::: 0 .1 ..000MAOTC

('..U..II u. Ps1e Sexes single which plated Lloyd with I Assembly & Repair..... 12 15 .444 He hunted in vein. ................ 0 J .(0)Pag4


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August 12, 1943 lAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

NAS Boxers Point For Fall Season Capt. Michael I Women Cause 90 Pet. Of Sailors'


Detached For i Woes. Says Great lakes Officer

Duty At Sea I Sailors at Great- Lakes, theworld's I without leave 'or with. overstayinga
largest Navy training leave.
Continued from pate coo tion, are 'good boys and whenever
I "In 90 cent of the AWOL
down 400 miles off the California they do get into trouble it's almost per
coast He calls that the "John i always the fault of a woman. I cases a woman was to blame. ," Lt.

II Rogers Trans-Pacific fiasco." I So says Lt. G. H. Barnard, Assistant Barnard said "Wives, mothers!!, or

I In June, 1942, Capt. Gavin be Disciplinary Officer at I sweethearts would write askingthe
came air operations officer of the Great Lakes, in a recent editionof boys to come home, frequently

Caribbean Sea Frontier on the The Bulletin, Station publica- giving some imaginary reason".
staff of Admiral Hoover and it tion. Lt. Barnard reported that The Lieutenant said disciplinary
was from' that post that he was in the last year less than one-half action was needed most with the
k } ordered to Miami as commandingofficer. 'I of one per cent of the sailors at 17 and 18 year old sailors. "If all

I Great Lakes were brought before sailors were more than :20 years
officers for disciplinary action. old, or high school graduates, our
Here in brief other
are phases
Nearly all of those cited, he said, disciplinary troubles would be vir-
of Gavin's naval
4F Capt. career: were charged with being away tually nil," the officer opined.
k1 % *& Carrier 1933-35.:Lexington.: Tour of duty aboard

I 1935: Assigned to Bureau of. 13 Not UnluckyFor Six Navy Officers
Aeronautics as designer of dive- \

bombers I'
1937.38: Navigator and later air Newly WedsThirteen Are Promoted To'\

officer on USS Langley. wedding ceremonies I

1939: Became operations officerat were conducted on this Station
Coco Solo, Panama Canal Zone. from August 5 through August 8. : Rank of Commodore
1941: Went to Patrol Wins 7
Here it the group of Naval Air Station boxers who hare recently scored ; There were six weddings performed I
at San Juan for five months and !
'' I August 7, three on August 6, .I
two victories over the St Augustine Coast Guard and who will form ihe'
then returned to Panama as commanding I Six U. S Naval officers have
and two on August 5 and 8.
nucleus for the Station' boxing team out in
among men now working officer of Patrol Wing 3. been promoted to the rank of Com-
station back of Seaman I I The weddings were as follows
the main arena Guard. Left to right. Fred Do.
Capt. Gavin was married to modore. The promotions are temporary -
August 5: Howard T: Hale and
Franco. Seaman Guard; John McCann. Seaman Guard: Red McCan. And
' ; Miss Mamie Rosaer of Lynchburg, 1\ and are made for the
f Ann Thiel Charles Hibbard and
R Willie Boathouse Dick Lee, Seaman Guard i ;
Scraags. Clyde Perry.
: ; ;
Va., in 1930. He is 48 years of period during which the officers
eaman Guard: Sam Reid. A and R: and Pat Young A and R. I Fay Winn Ellis; August 6: E. W.
_._ age. He holds the Victory Medal King and Doris H. White; Billy perform their present duties.
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I and the American Defense Medal, Ervin and Margaret Evans; James The new Commodores are:

.4 Specialist Shiley : NATTC Boxers Bow Fleet Clasp. / I A. Cunningham, Jr. and DorothyAnn I Thomas Selby Combs, 45: of
Capt. Michael, the retiring Gueiss. Tallahassee, Florida.

Leaves Station I commandant, reported at the I August Walter L. Hinsley Jr. I Leslie Edward Gehres, 47, 1121G

To ParrisJslandA Jacksonville Naval Air Station and Marjorie June Nugglc; Stephen Avenue, Coronado, California.

Specialist second class Jean ...y .4 Anthony Coleman and Dorothy -I Henry Samuel Kendall, 47, Hotel
,' Shiley, who was assistant to Ensign I well-poised and experienced :::: and Dorothy Marie Duwd; Chris Edward Joseph Moran, 49, 1800

Katherine Rahl, athletic and boxing team of Marines from Par f-7.. ;I Iverson and Elizabeth Ann Jessen; Gough Street, San Francisco, California -

welfare officer for the WAVES ris Island, S. C., demonstrated a Edwin D. Harrison and Virginia .

has been accepted for officer train- I decided superiority over a highly- x: : H. Bleakley; William Ballew and Giles Eliza Short. 48, 422 Provident

ing and will leave the Station Mon- I regarded team of Sailors and Marines I Jeanne Held: August 8: James H. Building, Tacoma, Washing
I from NATTC Monday night I Spinks and Marguerite Simpson; ton.

day.Specialist Shiley; who set a at Savannah, Ga., winning eight often :, George S. Parker and Florence J. I I William A: Sullivan, 48. 4 Le.

world's record in the 1932 Olym- bouts.It I '" Bendigg. I banon Street, Winchester, Massa
pics, when she reached a mark of I was the second time that Par- i --- -% Oj- chusetts.
five feet, five and one quarter ris Island had taken the measureof I I I' Commodore Combs, a graduate

inches in the high Jump, will undergo NATTC, the former winning at Commercial BulletinFOR ,lol the Naval Academy in the classof

. training at Smith college at I Jacksonville two months ago four I RENT 1920 completed flight training

Northhampton, Mass. I bouts to three. I Room with adjoining sleeping porch I I at the Naval Air Station, Pensa-

(. I It remained for Marines Howard ,, and pi'Kate bath. 850 May St. 75103. I cola, Florida, In March, 1023. At
'Brodt and Al Highers. winners in I Single loom with private entrance the present time, Commodore
7 the last Parris Island engagements, : ry Asi and 9-0960 private bath. 1107 Lakewood. Combs holds a combat air com-

I to save NATTC from the ignominy I Suite of rooms with private shower' mand.

(.'..llmid. from pate eta) lof,, a shutout as both pounded out 21004.for three weeks. 2906 Grand Avenue. Commodore Gehres was commissioned .

Ashore in their first game. 8 to 0. hard-earned victories.The l Double room, 3664 Pine Street. 21473. an Ensign in the U. S.
In the quaiter-fmals, VPB2 easily I resultsMarine! AI HIghets: NATTC. declslon- e Double room with use!! of kitchen and Naval Reserve Force during the

eliminated Parachute Loft in two ed Larry Bender. Parris Island. 130 garage Double 2850 room Collie with Street garage 2-7549 3562. RI- I first World War, and later trans-

straight! tilts. I pounds terslde A\enue 2-2231 ferred to the regular Navy. He
derlslon- >
Billy Bennett Pan\is Island <<
The stakes in the finals todayare Harvey Ctooksnanks NATTC. Room and board with adjoining bath. received flight training at Pensa-
high. A permanent trophy will rg7scI 3875 Holllngsworth, 2-2801. I cola in 1927, and has since served
.. Lo\ely room In private home with
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be awarded to the winner. The I Tom McCaulPar. island I qz? c 7!J/; private bath. 4825 Iroquois A\enue, : continually in aviation assign
stoned Marine Charley Brown, NATTC, '' y. ., 2-1276.
inscribed '
victor also will have its name 145 > "'A''''' ments. At the present time he
on the big Station Softball Tony pounds Vere. Pains Inland dUlon Copt s J. Michael | 6 Room.P. M. 4531 Pal k Street. 22561. after I holds a command at sea.

Trophy presented by the Welt I Sailor Tony Canlddl. NATTC. 145 on March 1-juit in time to participate Apartment to share, Cull Lt. CjR) I Commodore Kendall graduatedfrom
p. Department. And the champs willleceh'e I Marine Howard Brodt, NATTC. de- in the dedeciation of the.station' Harry L. Smith Ext. Kit. 01 0-6J91.: the Naval Academy in 1917.
I Bachelor Apartment (Garage). large
three points in the Com- cl ioned Jim Gregory, Perils Island, new Protestant chapel.He room and bath, for gentlemen only He served aboard the USS Mississippi -
mandant's Cup competition. i 150 pounds. came from a command at Completely I furnished Including: meldaervice.
Artie Lev i.t'ln. Pains Island knockedout during the first World War
2215 Rhf'r Blvd. 76375.: II
Here are the batting nversaesof Satin Wise Ames NATIC. In lint sea, relieving Capt. (now Rear FOR SALE land until 1922, when he reported

... the finalist rivals for the fou>S I round Al Thointon.158 pounds.Parris Island declsioned I Admiral John Dale Price for I Remington Rand Portable Typewrit- to the Naval Air Station at Pen-

games each club has engagea in Alabama DuBose 165 pound, sea duty. ei In excellent condition: Just cleaned :, sacola for flight training. He was
the Shaughnessy series, computedby II I Eddie Seymour: ;..1i' rteclI Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Capt. and checked. $40.00 cash Call 7-6226 I I designated a Naval Aviator in
Lieut. Gordon Clarke of the I sloned Marine Pete Breceda. NATTC. Michael is a veteran of 27 years of I after 1800PASSENGERS. I March, 1923. Commodore Kendall
athletic department: VPB2: Scarborough I' 175 Walter pounds.Hafer Pains. Island knocked I I service in the Navy and naval avia- I To ride to Corpus Chrlstl Tuesday. at present has a command, at sea
,300; Blomberg .000; out Marine Bred Ecklund NATTC In 17 /ugust Call Lt. Cdr. Sldenbeig. I
Ruess .333; Crowell .250; Webb second round, 193 pounds. I I tion.A graduate of the U. S. Naval Lee Field! 285. Commodore Moran also a mem-
I Jlmmv Caiolle Pants I Island dec 1- WANTED TO BUY I ber of the Naval Academy class of
.454; Gray .444; Miller .000; Laso- 1 stoned Sailor Bill Poland. NATTC, 190 I'Academy, Capt. Michael was in I Late model Plymouth Chevrolet 11917, was the Commanding Officer -
IA ,363; Steele .500; Zebott .000; poundS. ,I command of the USS Matadorgawhen Ford for cash. W. S. Gibsol,PhMlc.or of the cruiser USS BOISE dur-
Risco .600; Smith 500; and Pel- the present war broke out. Ext. 814J. the Battle of
ing Cape
tola 200. Then, in July, 1942 he assumed I 1940 or 1941 automobile In good con- II
dition Lt. Cdr. T J Billion, Main October 11-12, 1942. He was
A & R: Dermott 142; Anckner Student Officers command of a patrol wing of the Dispensary, eat 614. awarded the Navy Cross for extraordinary -
.300; Steinholfer .384; Claussen Atlantic Fleet. Later he was FOUNDTwo heroism in that
.363; Secan .500; Pointek .428; ordered to another command at I articles at last Sunday 1 engagement -
Flew .250; Kovalyk .333; Derov Have Rules Set picnic given by 't Episcopal in which the BOISE though e
Church-one I badly hit, inflicted heavy damage
Weiner sea.During a dog tag and chain -
Demkowski .166 the last
.333 ; war. Capt.
'.. ; I I with name James Lawrence Small- on the Japanese ships taking
.200; Beers. 400; Moore .500; Mas- Michael served as a midshipmanon the other a chain To get the articles I Commodore
Jo .500; and Trees .666. I For Navy Ball the USS Oklahoma and the USS I call.on\file Mrs. Austin at 3-0011 In Jack- ion I duty at sea Moran is now

The A & R sluggers are racing I, Kansas He holds the Victory I

along at a .337 team batting gait Medal, Atlantic Fleet Clasp, and
Student Officers, the first I
In the series while VPB2 is can- I on the Station to begin competition group-i iI the American Defense Medal with The Wolf by Sansone
tering along at a .316 pace. Clasp.
I in Navy ball, are using the I Under the command of Capt. c.,,_ n.r k r....r..r s t.e r ..-. h' s ,
following rules to govern play according -I
Michael the station enjoyed continued I
to Lieut. Stephen Ruddy,
The Runway officer in charge of swimming. I growth. The commandant
I. also became popular with Station
1.) Each player wears a num-
personnel as well as downtown
Oitiaued Frees Pate Six: bered polo cap. 2.) The number ,, Jacksonville.
tributed his talents to three varsity of players on a team is 12. 3J)
I I On the eve of his detachmentfrom
teams within a year. Now at Floating lane markers, 40 feet I
the Station Michael
the Iowa Pre-Flight School, he wona I apart, will be used to mark the Captain
letter in the second semester of I side boundaries. 4.) The game is : said, "I desire to express my sincere sr'' t trR"h

the school year at Northwestern I started with all members! of both I I gratitude to the personnel attached r f '
- here for their loyal sup- ,.
where he was receiving Navy teams in the water. Each man I I Si' SI, ,4 4
port to term of of-
training. Prior to that, he was at must be touching the bulkhead of me during my
fice. I feel
that no finer evidence
the University of Illinois. his own goal. 5.) To start the I
of could be
eWING game, the official throws the ball : cooperation possibly
given to
'" TJI Apprentice Sea- into the center of the playing anyone.
"If the station has made
man Clure Mosher, who is Just area. any
his recruit training, 6.) One point is scored when the strides or progress during the past 4pAtrlf
was completing with the Pittsburgh Steelers ball is touched to the opponent'sgoal. five months it has been due, not //i w& Sr

last season. .. .. .. Seaman second One or two hands may he to the efforts of any one man if i
used. Thrown ball doesn't count. or woman here. but to the com-
class C. H. Swain, of Seaman '
Guard, played football for the 7.) Any opponent may be tackled bined work of all. May you con-" ---11/- ?- N 1i 1\\

University of West Virginia. He'sa when he is within 5; feet of the tinue to prosper and progress.

guard. .. .. .. BM 1/c Dave Han- ball. 8.) When the ball goes out : i A

ley, third baseman on the NAS of bounds, the referee throws jt Capf Cleaves At DaytonaNAS
team last season Is now at sea. back into the center of the fieldof

..,.. ". Lieut. Jack Kaufman former'northwestern play. 9.) A tackled player, when Daytona Beach, Fla.
University baseball submerged, should use pinch as Captain Willis E. Cleaves, USN,

w. player, is in operational trainingat I, signal for release. assumed command of this Station -

VO-VCS. Lieut. Kaufman completed relieving Captain Harry D. s r

two years of sea duty bet Famous Words I Felt, USN. Capt. Cleaves is fresh '
here. from action in the Alaska battle .
re reporting .
Admiral Chester W. Nimitz: zone. He has been wounded in ac-

. "We are turning out planes. and tion and wears the Purple Heart.

The rhumba is where the frontof ships of war faster than the Japanese I A new Station orchestra under "AWRIGHTAWRIGHT! So the birds n' th bees 'n' th
along nice and smooth can. It I in pimple arithmf tic- i the direction of "Chuck" Sudduth N
you goes it flowers is kid talk. But do you gotta b.e so
like a Cadillac, and the back of subtraction for them and additionfor II made its debut at the Ship's gala

you makes like a jeep_ ,-Bob Hope. us." dance last week.

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Who's Who? Williams Twins I One For All, All For One American, LandingIn

I Are Alike As Peas In Pod t ,' ..,. .: e Africa, "Felt

'-Uh",'.. whop 1----. "
: The V question pops out almost I. places and Glen's date never Like A
caught on. She thought she hada Tourist"t
automatically when you run across !
the Williams twins, Glen and Lynn, date with me all the time." ; 4Ja '
The only flaw in the Williams"resemblance 3
at T-4 here. -- and they're Identi. % f Gunggoll AM3c, Re1afe r>'

f The Toledo, Ohio, twins are cal in stature and in looks-is hat Invasion Experiences;
alike as two peas in a pod and
I Lynn parts his reddish hair on the l t l rti
can't tell them
even their officer i I left and Glen parts his reddish Natives Liked Ciggies

apart. hair on the right. But they don't

The similiarity began at Toledo -: always comb their hair--so that's When the time comes for AM3o: ,t*.

0., on February 2, 1920, when n8 clue.Navy. Ernest T. Gunggoll of A & R to
Mr. and Mrs. Glen L "Williams ,' turn his back the
; L-- "= --- on whole dirty,
announced the birth of twin boys. I deadly and laborious business the
Lynn and Glen attended De- DevelopmentOf one thing he probably will never
Vllbiss high school and they enrolled -I forget about this,war will be the
at the University of Toledo invasion of North Africa on No.

together. They studied industrial Training Films vember 8, 1942.
management and were members' Gunggoll, a youthful Chicagoan,
of Chi Rho Nu fraternity. | experienced eight months sea duty

The Williams boys quit college Helps Education with an amphibious landing force.
in their junior year and on September I It was the Navy's Job to get the

18, 1941, they Joined the troops ashore safely on that'fateful -
Navy. They went through boot- I Trainees Benefit From New I November 8, and the Illinois

camp together at Great Lakes and Bluejacket served as engineer and
the Damon and Pythias combina System Of Pepping Up t gunner on one of the landing craftin
tion continued when they were or s + the Casablanca area.

dered to the NATTCenter here. Complex Subjects The invasion caught the Vichy ,
They both graduated from Trade French by surprise, relates Erniev
School as aviation machinist Teachers will some day thank The Moslems practically (gnorefl J
mates third class. Now they are I the Training Film Branch of'(the I a the affair on that first day "''be

assigned to the check crew of Navy's Photographic Division for cause it's against their religion to

Hangar 115 and recently Glen and its pioneering in education, says '." fight on Sunday, and so they _
Lynn were promoted to AMM2c Alan Hynd in his article THEY didn't take up the fight," explain

on the same day. I'I FILM FOR THE NAVY, in the n(" the sailor.

"No one can tell us apart,'' current issue of a popular maga- The Vichyitei were runningout

admits Lynn with a arin. "Whenone I zine.Whatever t half clothed -= they didn't
be said about Der know who was invading them
of the check crew leaderswants may No, you're not seeing double. It's just the Williams twins, Lynn and
Fuhrer and the Son of Heaven all they knew was that an American -
one of us to do a job he Glen, AMM2c's Who's Who Well, that's Lynn in the cockpit and
I which is ) the article in the and '
just pmnts to the one who hap- ( plenty points I Glen outside. convoy was area
be closest and he out, they should certainly receiveour ___ they didn't know where it teas
-- -- -
--- -----H- -- -- -- - -
penst: .. 4s\h the I compliments, even though. left- going to strike," Ernie asserts t
"We used? jw'to swap classes Jn : handed, for setting in motion Metalsmith School Comdr. Silvis Ism Once secured on land after the

school and the teacher never knew forces that will actually make the : beach heads had been taken, Gung-
said Glen. three R's. and higher education goll declares "we felt like a bunch ,.

the"That's difference nothing." asserted Lynn. I attractive in the not-distant future. Here Is Honored Training Center of American tourists."

"I made a date with a girl for Because, in giving the Navy Cigarettes were at a premium,
J trainees the three R's of and the natives treasured .
o'clock one night. I also outwitting them.
eight f. '
made another date with another Hitler and Hirohito, Navy trainers By Admiral ReadThe Medical Officer "The natives didn't have much ;

girl for the same time. Glen took have found a way to step up learning II food," Ernie says. "They hadn't
her out. We went to differentAt and cut the time involved in seen good cigarettes in a long

-. -. -- -- -- the process to a bare minimum NATTCenter's Aviation Comdr Tendler Leaves; time.; You could get anything fora
In an effort to make better fighters Metal mith School was commended couple smokes. They were very

faster the Navy has Intro- I last week by Rear Admiral A. New Doctor Has Served friendly, always hollering 'gimme
1 duced training films. If, the story C. Read, Chief of Naval Air Tech- a smoke'. They went for clothing
suggests, bluejackets in an East- I nical Training in Chicago. 16 Months On Sea Duty I[f we didn't watch them they'd

: ern Navy school recently learned Tests administered by the take everything we had."
St. Vincent's Hospital, Jack more about the complex subject of NATTC in Chicago reveal that the Comdr. R. S. Silvis, USN is the One of the eccentricities of the

eonville: I i fire control from a fifteen minute Jacksonville NATTC tanks as the new medical officer at NATTC, natives' mania for obtaining the

Lt. (Jz> and Mrs Denver F' Baxter film than they had previously absorbed leading school, showing a sub- succeeding Comdr. M. J. Tendler clothes was that they would wear
a daughter, Ann Forrest, Monday: I I in a two-hour lecture on the stantial lead over both Navy Pierof who is being transferred to an- them concealed beneath their reg.

;A Fireman Barnle I I same subject, the possibilities ofaudiovisual Chicago and Norman, Okla., other point of duty. ular garments.The .
: Third Class and Mrs NATTC. The tests Comdr. Silvis reported to the
a period
education in
L. Rowland a daughter Viola Jane peace- Americans wore arm band
't.tJ1 I I time schools and colleges are un of four months, covered practical Training Center after 16 months displaying the flag of the U.S.A.,
.Mu ngfU :
; Maurice Strawse of aboard the USS
limited.At aircraft repair and theory. sea duty and the natives developed a passion .
a son. Philip Wilkinson, Tuesday Lieut. Donald C. DeHart is of- CHARGER, an auxiliary aircraft
August 3. I I the moment, there are for begging, borrowing or
and Mrs. Arthur ficer in charge of the Metalsmith carrier. He has
Cook Second Class production for the Navy onetwo-, stealing 'era. Possession of one
Samples a son, Tuesday, August 3. 1: threefour- and five-reelers entailing school here. Lieut. Neil A. Fox .' ..'" been in the regular of the bands native
Seaman First Class and Mrs. N. O I I '. ,a "' "':" arm gave a
officer and : c :* .. Navy since
is executive supervisorof :
Lamb a son Howard Orlan jr., a greater monetary expenditure -I: :.' distinction in his community, Ernie
d.y. August 3' TueS-1 I than any two Hollywood I instruction. Lieut. Comdr. 1931. (explained.
Lt end Mrs Merrill > I studios combined have ever been John E. Walrath. superintendent The new medical
'< "Some of the kids could writeor
on. David Dion' Tuesday August I involved in at peak periods. These of Technical Training at NATTC, ,':., \: officergraduated .
Ll and Mrs. James D. Carter a :II :ii w print English words, the youth.ful
ran, James hose, Wednesday, August films, made under Naval supervision recently was honored with the I { from veteran added. "They were gladto
4. I I by some fifty firms that pro- I I USNR Medal, token of 20 years :;,: E') Columbus c o 1- be invaded."
AOM2c and Mrs Frank M C.ardnerJr I ; : ':. legs In Sioux
Naval Reserve
in the
., a son, rank Lewis, Jr, \\ ednesd duce Industrial, advertising and :. : ..> The natives were cooperativewith
y. August 4. I I commercial reels in peacetime, I I -- .:Yf? Falls.I S. D.. the American forces and
Seaman Second Class and Mis Glen I with a BA degree -
r.. Gilmore, a daughter' Sherry Ann cover virtually every subject bearing ,I from the proved helpful in unloading supplies -
Thareday, August 5. I I even the remotest connectionto Power Dives 780 s"' University o f The Americans almost lost
SK3c and Mm Harry L. Dickinson Naval activity. .
e with their hired help, however. It happened
a eon Harry Lyman Jr., :And the Navy is constantly .
like this.
ThundaY'1 I The men all man.
Miles An HourEven an MD degree.
'iSc'and Mrs Karl J. perfecting: these films, says the SiMs ned their battle stations before
Earl Lorenzo. Thursday August 5.AIUUc I I article; profiting by the ineffective Comdr. Upon receivinghis dawn every morning and an alarm
Hoin. a medical degree, he was commissioned -
and Mrs Clyde
spots shown in past ex- ("faster than abullet"
Superman sounded which
daughter. Sandra Kaje Thursday in the was was audible to
I regular Navy.
gust 5.Commander. Au-I perience with trainees. They ) must envy Lt. Col. Cass He was born la Silvia, Ill.. the natives ashore, many of whom
and Mrs. Louis D. discovered that sometimes
Hough, 36-year-old Plymouth, I Comdr. Silvis' first was at slept on the beach.
short Friday a, August daughter 6rafc Katherine I straight photography is the bestvisual Mich., army test pilot.Lt. the U. S. Naval Hospital in Mare "When the alarm sounded the '
; and Mr, Stephen R. St>'ron a medium to employ on asubjt'ct Col. Hough is credited with! Island Calif. Sea duty followed natives must have thought it was
'flauahter, Mary Reboi-ca, Saturda. but at other times animation faster than other ,
Au-I traveling any in Honolulu and Sitka, Alaska, an air raid siren or a bombing or
gust Lt. 7.(J) and Mrs. Robert C. Pavne is necessary Animation living man. Hough dived a P-38 and then he was transferred to something" says Ernie, "becauseyou
a son. Robert Coinpton. Jr. Saturday, supplies what the brain knows Lightning 25,000 feet, or nearly the Naval Training Station at never saw such a sight. Theyran
August 7CFO I but. what the human" eye can'tace. five miles, and the plane attained a helter skelter for cover in alt
Lakes The
daughter Great Ill followingyear
and Mrs Ebb R. Park a -
Carolyn Ann. Saturday, August 7. speed of more than 780 miles an he did post graduate workin directions. We finally decided to ,
7. By no means the least valuable I hour. at Philadelphia and eliminate the morning alarm in
AMMle and Mrs. Fred J Paschall.\ ar' aspect of visual education, as it I The daring flyer says he hardly San surgery Diego after which he went order to retain the natives' val.
James Eugene Saturday, August; I has been worked out by the Navy, got a thrill out of the power dive. aboard the' USS CHARGER and uable assistance."

Yeoman: Second Class and Mrs Amos is that phase of the program that He was too busy. medical in --"=---
its commission
R. Fuller, a son. Amos Roy Jr, Sat conditions trainees emotionally for p -- put department
urday, August 7. circumstances in which they might Rank Of Captain Asked
1\ find themselves in the future. This Naval Reserve Captain --

WAC Refuses to Illghbair emotional conditioning, which is Commands WAS PensacolaNAS. Cecil Fielders' Enjoy For Women's Reserve
NORTH AFRICA (CNS) An bound to have far reaching beneficial -

MP stopped a WAC sergeant when I results when it is incorporated Pensacola Fla.-Commander Song And Dance Show Amendments to the Naval Re

she failed to salute a group of in peacetime educational cur- Harold B. Grow, USNR, Commanding serve Act of 1938, approved by the
second lieutenants. I ricula, is a direct product of the Officer of the Station for Naval personnel of Cecil Field House of Representatives, providesthat
In their audi-
"Would you have saluted," she present war. Since classroom instructors the past three months, last week were entertained the highest commissioned
asked, "1t they called you 'Toots'?'' no matter how good they was promoted, to the rank of cap- torium Sunday afternoon by officer in the Women's Reserve
floor show and orchestra from the
simply hadn't been able to
shall be that of Captain. (The
-- give the trainees a clear picture tain.Captain Crow's promotion makes George Washington Hotel, throughthe highest ranking officer is nowa

Navy Radio Programs of, for example, precisely what a him the first officer of the Naval auspices of Robert Kloeppel, lieutenant commander.) ,_

dive-bombing raid was like, the Reserve to command the Station, Sr. The measure, as amended, also
the following; radio program! use of film was established and as well as the first Reserve cap- Driskili Wolfe tenor, was mas- provides that:

will be broadcast by JacksoniIiie trainees found themselves "in" on tain of the line to be on duty here. ter of ceremonies and topped off There shall not be more than

station! from the Naval Air the raid just as they used to ride n Jgj a pleasant entertainment with a one officer in the grade of Captain .

Station recklessly through sagebrush with couple of his own interpretationswhich exclusive of officers
Friday WJAX ((2100-,150)) Tom Mix at Saturday night movies. Mayport Officers Get have made him one o' theoutstanding pointed in the Medical Departmentof ap-
entertainers in Jack-
Naval Air Technical Training
the Naval Reserve.
Center auditorium, "Navy Naval Reserve MedalsThree sonville. ...
Lejeune' Daughter Signs Up
Naomi Wright, singer, openedthe
Wings. officers at Mayport recently -
Miss All-Girl Marine nand Formed
WASHINGTON (CNS) entertainment with "JohnnyGot
Saturday WMBR (2000- Eugenia Dickman Lejeune, daughter received the Naval Reserve CAMP LEJEUNE, N. C. (CNS)
2030) Naval Air Technical TrainIng of the late Lt. Gen. John A Medal for 10 years service In the Other a Zero.entertainers included I -The first all-girl marine band in

Center auditorium" "Swing Lejeune. ex-commandant of the U. Naval Reserve. They S.are: Adams, Joey Dean, tap dancer: June history, consisting of 43 women,
With the Navy S. Marine Corps, has been swornin Comdr. Thomas Brooks, ballerina; the Duffield has been formed here. Its organization -
medical officer and a reserve -
: (2100-2130)) senior
TUf'Mda1WJIIP as a private in the :Marine'sWomen's Sisters and Clyde Gardner and will release for combat I II
Comdr. ;
Naval Air Technical Training since 1921; Lieut. I
Reserve. duty the male musicians now ,
his band furnished the music.
Center audlt rlu 1. "Wings Over 5- Karl II. Anderson, engineering and laying in the camp band. .
Comdr. D. Southworth commanding -
T. ,
America" with the Command repair officer whose service dates I s- '
ant's Hand. Old Tahiti Custom back from 1930; and Lieut. FrankB. officer at Cecil Field, and
Comdr. E. E. Dolecek, commanding What Is a fox?
Wednelilday'PDQ ((170:>- In Tahiti it was once the custom Wilson, operations officer, who
Air Gunners is who sends flow-
officer at the Naval A fox a wolf
1730) All Salnfc Chapel, "Nay.Vespers. to shed human at ship was commissioned a reserve en- School' those present ',10 ..
were among ers.
." launching cr. n mie*. :sign In 1932.

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