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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 1943
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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I. VOL. 1, No. 28 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA October-.!, 1943 I


Third War Loan Goal Surpassed On This Station

.. Station's War
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h t ':,..Jtr : Loan Drive Is


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Great SuccessAdmiral !


rFL % V : McFall Has i

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Utmost Confidence In

Youth Of Today


Charging the civilian and

:Naval personnel on the home

front with the responsibilityof

backing the attack on the

fighting fronts through their

purchase of War Bonds, Rear

Admiral A. C. :McFall: Chiefof
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NAOT, Captain Arthur

I ( ;ta\in, Commandant of the

, station, and six heroes of

:JflL t vLF1 combat action furnished the

; needed impetus to put the Sta

tion's Third War Loan drive

h over the top at a Bond Rally

shell.staged Friday at the Band-


Rear Admiral A. C M,'Fall. left, Chief of Naval Air Operational Training here, exhorted enlisted personnel and civilian employes to A; mixed crowd of several thousand -
hack the war effort by subscribing the Third War Loan campaign, during a rally at the bandshell !Friday mornm -. We have an All- civilians and Naval personnel
American team and you people are members of that team" he declared Above, civilian employes flock to one of the tables placed on the responded to the stirring Rally by
lawn near the bandshell for the purpose of permitting those who wished to do so to subscribe whatever amount they wished. It was subscribing for enough War Bonds::
announced Saturday that the Station Third War Loan goal of $175,000 had been surpassed as a result of the enthusiasm displayed following ------- --- -

Friday's rally. ,
OverTheTop
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Balbo's I I I Comdr. SonIs I Total cash sale on the Station -
Buddy Gage's
Gray And White Seersucker during the September Third

War Loan drive amounted to

Decorated For 225,363, the War Bond Office
Enlisted Mens announced. The goal was $11%.-
What Milady To Wear In 44
: 000 It was revealed that 9.>.?
Rescuing AirmenLt. per cent of the civilian em-

Gray and white striped seersucker dresses" and separate jackets Is ployes here are now partklpat-
Band DisbandsUnable what the well dressed \\''\VI'; at work will wear next summer Ing In the War Bend Payroll

-- .---- I The Navy Department'announc- (fig| ) Fred Gage, Jr., for Plan the which Station.U an all-time During high the

ed the seersucker outfit will replace Who Won Here Is War Loan drive. A R Naval
Wings
to Maintain When The WarIs the present Navy blue cotton personnel Invested .110,225 In

suits as the summer working uni- Awarded Coveted DFCA Bond while VTI1S le Military Duties And I Gonna End form for women in the U. S, Naval I with total of $4,321.
; Reserve, beginning next year.
The Naval
Keep Musical Dates 34-year-old Navy flier won Hospital bought
White will continue to be the .
$(,000 worth of Bonds
Absolute I have ,
knowledge none the Distinguished Flying Cross for
: summer dress uniform. The blue .. .
Balbo has disbanded woman'ssister's ---- -- - ----
Buddy But my aunt's washer
: his
cotton gabardine uniform may be gallant rescue of four American -
son to exceed the Station's Third War
his band. I
I I worn whenever service blue uniform airmen in the South Pacific I II Loan
Heard a policeman on his beat goal of $17 .OOO, according-
The music that ha made Station I Say to a laborer on the street I is prescribed. |I recently, and Commander Fred H.I I to the announcement bade by the

"hep cats" Jump and jive lingers i That he had a letter Just last The change in the summer Gage Sr., USNR (ret), Station War Bond Office at noon Saturday -
on, but it is only a memory. week I working uniform was made to pro- ,
Yard Department Officer, has been
Balbo's band U now extinct as Written In the finest Greek vide more convenient washable Introducing Admiral McFall,
the Dodo bird. j From a Chinese coolie in Tim- ''hot-weather attire. The new uniform popping buttons off his coat ever Captain Gavin declared "like moat

The band was made up of en-I bakoo I developed in keeping with since the news was conveyed here Navy men in wartime, he'd rather
Iiited men from yeoman and I Who said a peon in Mexico the basic design for Navy women, by a press dispatch, from Guadal fight than talk, but he tells: me
mecha to Second Class Seaman I Knew of a colored man in a : combines feminine lines, displayscool canal. that he considers this one of the

Balbo, the maestro. The popularity I Texas town comfort gnd military smart- occasions when a few fighting-
i i Comdr Is the
Gage father
I Who got it straight from a circus ness, with the color selected con- proud words do
of the band oddly enough might a great deal towards
of Lt. H.
clown forming to the new slate gray (jg) Fred Gage, Jr., "
led to Its disbandment. The or- winning the war
i USNR
had
who
uniform for male the coveted DFC
That in Klondike heard use by person-
a man
chestra became so much in demand Speaking extemporaneously, the
Turk nel. It will be 1,101"1by both offi- pinned on his chest by Maj. Gen-
a
tall
it worked a hardship on the distinguished-looking Admiral
I Tell a fellow going to work cer and enlisted personnel with eral Nate Twining, commander of delivered
musicians to keep up their regu- a trenchant address and
lar professional and military About a man in Borneo ranks or rating shown by appropriate all air forces in the Guadalcanal forcefully drove home the vital
duties and meet all their Who knew a man who claimedto insignia in Navy blue. area. Young Gage earned his need for War Bond purchases to
know. The short sleeved dress of the wings at the Jacksonville\ Naval
bombing appointments, too. support our war effort against the
jive-I Air Station ia November of 1941
A New York man named JakeWho's seersucker working uniform hasa Axis.
Members of Balbo'H mother-in-law would kick In the skirt set-in- and at the time his commander- :
un- pleat Touching lightly on his recent
played for pleasure, not for father
presented them to him
dertakeTo belt and round netkline. Under I II .
I tour of duty in the South Pacific
iness. They "beat me ,
daddy
I i Lt. Gage left San Diego two
that her seventh husband's the rounded tabs of the collar
prove -
and aboard the U. S. S, HORNETin
right to the bar, on an average -
days after his marriage, and he
I sister's niece will button the tie :
new designedto the epic battle at Santa Cruz,
of
five nights a week andMlbertj"
I
{ has been in the South Pacific for
\ was scarce. a* $100 Had stated in a written piece eliminate bulky material at Admiral McFall emphatically declared -
I That she had a son who had the back of the neck. 21 months now.
lulls to the musicians. 'I a The fitted I "I have a great deal of
I I friend collarless jacket has long The four U. S, airmen rescuedby faith in American youth, Many
Balbo organized the band for | Who knows when the war Is going I sleeve, lapels, Navy blue buttons Lt. Gage and the valient crew : people have said that the American -
the NATTC minstrel show last i, to end'! one real and three false of a night flying Catalina were youth of today are not what
winter and it expanded I
every day' ---- ---- shot down by Zeros, swam for they used to be, but I say they
in even radio I
every way having a
program of its own "Swing with Special Preview For Procurement and distribution of hours to land chased for weeks on are a great deal better. I have two
the Navy." A number of the I these as of all other prosciibed a Japanese-held island went to sea boys and they are a great deal
Service Men 14 Oct. in rubber raft for hours better than I ever was."
boys were members of big name ': components of the uniform, will be again a 96
hinds before the handled by Women's Naval Uniforms -I in a desperate bid to escape and "1 am gratified to know the,
war including Marcella
director
Cisney of the
Balbo, who played the sax for Jacksonville :I Inc. Now in full operation, 1 were finally saved They are 2nd kind of work you have been doing -
Tommy Dorsey.The I I Little Theatre has this system was set up to assure I 1 Lt. Benjamin King pilot of a P-38. on the home front," .Admiral
announced that '
a special previewof I' adequate supply of stocks and who shot down two Zeros before Md'all continued, speaking firmly -
band played on Thursday the season's first production I thorough Navy Department inspection '' being felled himself; Lt. ( jgI> Ed- and with a free, easy deliverythat
nights for the Victory Smokersat "Peisonal Appearance will be of all uniform Items. |I'| ward Peck, Ensign Joe Mitchelland put the crowd at ease. "\\ft
the Main Station, Sailors, Marines ,given at the USO Auditorium ati I uniform have All-American team and
Complete specificationshave Aviation Ordnanceman Stan-
WAVES and civilians hoofed 311 West Duval St. Oct. :
] Thursday,
member of that
been laid down by the Bureau ley Tefft, Peck and Mitchell were you (people are
it to the beat of Balbo's bandat H, at 8 p. m, team."
the Saturday night dances and Miss Cisney has secured the : of Supplies and Accounts, which pilots Gruman. Avenger torpedo The Admiral concluded his brief
('ontluiiftl. On P_K<- tlcht: planes and Tefft was turret gun- I
the boys! had a wide repertoire, services of Miss I Ruth Matthews I : address by emphasizing the Importance -
I -- --------- -- -- --- in Peck's
ranging from Balbo's original promising young Broadway ac- ner plane. of buying War Bonds to furnish -
creation entitled "Sailor's Jump",i I tress, who will make the trip from | Red Cross Motor Corps King was shot down in combat our young men in action with
to Hoagy Carmichael's ever popular New York to appear in this comedy south of Bougainville on 17 July. the modern equipment of warfare
"Star Dust." In addition, I'' Jack Cummins, at present on Wants Officers' Wives He landed his Lightning on the which is a prime requisite for vic-

the orchestra entertained for pri- this Station, has been selected to Wives of officers who have bet'nI I water and started southward on a tory as soon as possible
( 'ttj division parties, receptions appear in this production. ,, members of a Red Cross Motor 'I rubber raft. Mitchell landed in the Previously Captain Gavin out-
HId stage shows. The Balbomcn There will be no admission ; Corps in any other chapter or I same region on 18 July while Peck lined the purpose of the Rally and
r'. ontly provided the orchestra- charge at this pre-view wives of officers who are interested and Tefft went down into the sea urged all hands: to back tin attack -
turns tor "A Night In Rio" the i -- -** ---.--- in Joining the Air Station unit, on 16 June, All of them headed for with War Bonds,

NATTC's musical production I I CapL Edward J. Moran commanding should contact Mrs. H. C. LarterJr. a heavily wooded island. Japs "The purpose of this short rally

Ye,, F.albo's band has brokenup ; officer of the USS Boise, ., telephone 9-16S9. or Mrs. Mac- were on one side of the l island, but Is to give you people who are
but the musical memories llnr upon entering battle said: "Pickut Donald Warner. Telephone 2-3039, luckily the adventurous Americans I helping finance the war in a big1
"<- on. o>- the biggest! one and fire." it has been announced. C+atlnntd .A pate .e u. CM.I/"It'.' 0" p55C tw.







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Two JAX AIR NEWS October 7, 1943 I
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Award Air MedalsTo Navy Fliers Receive Air Medal,


l Lt. AndrettaAnd



Lt. ( jg ) Calrow i


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Presentations Made By


Brother Of PairIn many there (In SPIRIT and fORE Captain Gavin During !

POWER TO YOU 'WATER-SKIP- Saturday Inspection ;
PERS"! I 4 4c 4f

A And R Does Lieut. Fred C. Andretta of Great i
Joseph F. Perritt, instructor in Falls Mont., and Lieut. (jg Rob-
th Wing Shop, hat been hiding ert F. Calrow of Lansing, Mich.,
His Bit In Army some news-.maybe it is becausehe are proud new wearers of the
has to salute that officer in his Navy's coveted Air Medal.

By Pattle Fontaine Bennett family, or he would have told us Captain Arthur Gavin, Station

There are many and varied before now that his very capable Commandant, presented the Air
stories of the enlisted men and wife is an officer in the WAC. It Medal to the Navy air aces dur-

civilians who are working at this seems that Lt. Maude Perritt, said ing: regular inspection Saturday .
Station but a bit of interesting wife, who has been at Jefferson morning.
information has come to the attention -I Baracks, St. Louis, Mo., is now Lieut Andretta was awardedthe
of the folks in Shop 23 transferred to the Army Air Baseat Air Medal for "meritorious I ,1t
about one of Mrs. Charlie Bennett Orlando. Guess Joe will be "tak- conduct and performance of duty '
Moody's brothers who is in the ing off" southward real often, when a successful emergency
Army. Mrs. Moody and her sister from now on. landing was made in a four-engine i
Mrs. Arcenia Bacon both work ---I Navy bomber while under conditions -
in the A and R building, one in Mrs. Lois L. Jones, of Shop No. of impending destruction of I I t ,
Shop 23 and the other in Shop 42. 23, who has boon: with her folks the aircraft through fire. I '
The brother in question is Sgt. I in Southern Pines, North Carolina "While serving as pilot and

Angus G. Shelter bayonet instructor returned to work this week all refreshed plane commander" shortly after the Af l
at Ft. Benning. Ga. He is a and full of pep. We just takeoff, the citation reads, Lieut- :
graduate of Andrew Jackson High know that production will pick up enant Andretta "found gasoline I ,
School, Jacksonville, spent some in that section, specially on junc- streaming in large quantities from
time in the former National Guard, tion boxes and other small parts. the wing tank and in line with the i _
and was one of the first men to be _. engine exhaust. By careful ma-
stationed at the then new Camp ----- nipulation of the engine setting, '
Blanding. PERSONNEL and under these trying conditions, I I
RELATIONS
he successfully landed the
air- f
After having advanced to PFC ,
.. By Mrs. Walter Lynch craft. This he did with skill and
at :: :sneuer
cramp isiauuuifi :5gt. : I
Misses Genevieve McDowell, good judgment which otherwise
was sent to Ft. Benning for training -
Mary Bishop and Hazel Braddock could have resulted in the loss of i
where he was retained as an
the the aircraft and those board. '
spent past week-end in Ma- on
instructor! in the art of using a
rianna, Florida, attending gradua- "The courageous and skillful
bayonet. On one of the visits of
President Roosevelt Shelter was tion exercises at the Army AirBase performance of duty displayed by
Lieutenant Andretta under these
,
chosen to put on a demonstration,
hazardous conditions reflects
with several of the men under his great
Carolyn Welden credit the naval service."
returned to her upon
instruction and drew
warm commendation
from the chief executive desk on Monday after a two weeks Lieutenant Andretta was graduated -
visit in Montana. from the University of
antI other distinguished visitors.
Southern California in 1939. In Lieut. Fred Charles Andretta, left. and Lieut. f jgl) Robert F.
Later a film of the "This isAmerica" Betty Moeller spent the weekend June of that year he entered the Calrow, right were presented the Navy's prized Air Medal by Captain
series featured Sgt. Shel in St. Augustine visiting her Navy and won his wings at Pen- : Arthur Gavin. Commandant of the Station
fer. The title of the short was .
parents sacola in 1940 after receiving preliminary -- ---- -
f "Lieutenant Smith," and it was training at Long Beach Hobbes of Jacksonville! Fla., now
to shown in one of the local theatres Mrs. Rebecca Pearlstine has re- Calif. On Air Tuesdays I stationed with the. :Marine Guard

recently.It turned to the office after several!! lie wears the follow ing decorations company here paid tribute to the
was interesting to note that days vacation. in addition to the Air I I r Navy corpsmen. He related how:
there were five brothers, five sis- -- Medal awarded Saturday: African he was wounded in action at Guadalcanal

ters, seven nieces and nephews Friends of Mrs. Mary Kausnicka campaign{ Facifie-Asiatle, .4.J by Japanese artillery fire
and Mr. and Mrs. Shelter his parents will be sorry to learn of her ill American Defense and pr -l'f'.rl and how Navy corpsmen saved him.
from Sneads, Fla., to derive ness. Here's hoping to see you Harbor. The Florida youth assured "all
great pleasure from the short, not around again 'soon, "Nicky." Lieutenant Calrow was awarded O jour mothers and fathers and
to mention the scores of friendsthe the Air Medal as a result of an I everyone who has close ones out

Westminster the region of Heard at the PRDLB: : Do you outstanding display of bravery in I there that they are receiving excellent
the Springfield use intoxicating liquors? No ma'm, the face of six enemy fighter and the most up to date
Church where he took such active t that's medicine you all smell! planes, during a daylight raid on : scientific treatment." Lt. Hobbs
part In all social and athletic -- ships in Kiska Harbor. j also told the audience that the

events.In "While participating in aerial r-Th Japs are not immortal, asserting
talking with "Papa" Shelter flight as second pilot of a patrol "Japs can be killed like anyone
he assured me that there's a happy Keep The Axis On plane during a daylight bombing else and at times the Japs surrender
"baker's dozen" of the family, and attack with fighter protection on when the going gets too tough
that each of them tries every day enemy ships in Kiska Harbor" for them."
to do something to aid in the war The Run By Buying Lieutenant Calrow pressed home Lt. (J{) Bill Eder of St. Jo-
effort trusting that there will bean his attack "in the face of intense I't'ph.10.: ., a veteran of the Bat-
early end to the great carnage anti-aircraft fire an d continuous I 'f tle of Midway, gave credit to
throughout the world Uncle Sam's Bonds attack by six enemy fighter the Na\y, air crewmen "Thereare

I planes," the citation said. j so many unsung hero**
It doesn't seem fair that affable "He courageously and skillfully among the air crewmen that UH
efficient Mable Howell of Shop 23should To Frederick J. Roach, CRM. of I assisted in piloting his plane to- public seldom heart about" Lt.
spend so much time in St. the Sanford Naval Air Station ward the targets and released his Ksden Maid. He told how a radio -
Vincent's hospital and all her went second prize of a $50 War bombs at an altitude below 1000 gunner on his plane carriedon
friends on the Station are pulling Bond in the NAOTC War Bond feet, thereby heavily damaging I' although seriously wounded.

for her to hurry back to her accustomed Essay Contest. two enemy ships. In addition, two'' And "I wouldn't be here now If
place at the desk Roach's essay winner on the Contest .. of the attacking planes were prObe f if wasn't for his heroism," It.
subject "Why Naval Personnel ably destroyed. His heroic and determined -] Under added.
Should Buy War Bonds," follows I. conduct in pressing Lt. (Jg) George Davidson ot
Everyone in A and R who knows
: home an effective attack was in Seattle Wash., who fought in the
Martha L. Davis will regret to keping with the traditions -I I skies of the Aleutians for nearly
learn of the sudden death recently "The prize fighter who has de- highest J
'r rfrf her oldest brother in Kissimmee livered a stunning blow to his!! opponent : of the naval service." I II | two years described the painstaking
and then eStations' t work that was necessary to
r, neglects to follow --- -- '-

Fla We are pleased that W. L. Col- I'!| knock-out up his punch advantage illustrates with the Wa-Bond DriveIs I -. .--L 0__ oust there.the Japs"The from most their impressive positions !
Jingsworth AM1c. Introduced us 'I a verygood AKAI3C Ben "holmesHis
I thing I saw in Alaska in 15 months ,
reason for the continued Great
I all- Success
to his brother Pfc. Ervin
Collings- "
,
'out of \ years belie his experience was the job of construction he
purchases War Bonds to
worth of the United States Army clinch (' itia. .. Aviation Radioman Third Class said.
I I a quick victory. Let's not
Reconnaissance Division, who is I,1 atop in the middle of the fight and way with your purchase of War I Ben H. Holmes who may be heard I A Lieutenant home on leave. Ervin has recently i give our enemies time to get their Bonds a chance to hear some stories over radio station WJHP on the flight training here Lt. Robert
returned from the North African wind. We have them staggering, of combat experiences from "Wings Over America" program I L. Arthur of Sea Cliff N. Y., gavea .
: Theatre of War, where he spent 7 so let's be in there with the final. men who have been making good originating at this Station each short account of the invasionof
months in active duty. His modes blow!!! use of the materials you helped to Tuesday night, although only 21 North Africa. He said our
I ty prevents us from giving more purchase," Captain Gavin said. years of age, had a wealth of airmen did not meet much enemy,
t information on the gallantries of "Whether you are serving your "I am always happy and proud broadcasting experience in civilian resistance in the air but that AA afire
this fine young soldier. If any one country in the combat zone facing when I stand before such an audience life before enlisting in 'the Navy in the Casablanca area wan
cold steel and hot lead
should like to drop a line to him, or facing as you." 22 September 1942. thick as confetti on New Year'seve.
j the economic problems the home
he can be addressed Pfc. Ervin on The Station Skipper said "Wehate .
Cllingsworth, Ward B-12. Wood- front, your continued purchasesand a military term which at the Rally and introduced" the Aviation Chief Machinist Mate
sew) Wilson General Hospital. regular allotments for War many of you civilian. deserve six men who know from intimate Mike Shea, an Irishman from Went
Staunton Va., where he will be I Bonds will augment that service hating applied! to your home experience what war means. Roxbury. Mass., was a gunner in :
resting for a few months. and your punch: will pack a more front effort 'Above and One of the highlights of the I a dive bomber in the first raid
decisive wallop. beyond the fall fir Huty. Rally was a short talk by Lt. upon Jap-held Marcus Island, only

MAN & BOY! Are the civics I "These War Bonds serve a dual Captain Gavin called upon all (jg) George Henry Gay, the only 1.200 miles from Tokyo. Chief
purpose, too They represent a hands to sacrifice some of their survivor of the original Torpedo Shea recounted his experiencesand
and enlisted folk proud of the A
? loan to your country and they luxuries and to invest that moneyin Squadron Eight at the Battle of hammered home the tact that
Ar R WATER POLO TEAM
serve to secure your future. After United States War Bonds. Midway. The oft decorated young the Japs were ruthless. lie told 1
y"" You Bet?, and we understand sixty days they become redeemableand Lt. jg) Marcus Bartlett of the Houston, Tex. air ace recountedhis how Jap shore batteries shelled
that out of twelve games this sear if an should eriE helpless American fliers
emergency!: Station Public Relations Ofice experiences briefly. Speaking floatingon
ton our boys lave been victorious they are like money in the bank. served as Master of Ceremonies soberly, Lt. Gay asserted "the main the ocean aboard a rubber life
TEN times. In the humble opinionof 'I "So if you can't be at the front problem at Midway WAS the fact raft. The Chief, who participatedin
this reporter, it seems that these to stop the Axis personally, semi 44 Men On Ohio that our equipment was out of the mission that, carried Naval
loyal felons who have given sogenerously Uncle Sam your utmost contribution date." lie attributed nearly all of airmen within range of Japan itself -
--and played so well, regularly and he will protect State SquadOhio our serious! losses there "to the reminded the audience "that

Mould be given the DETERMINED 'your future security and ins ie a State, rated by many Auth- lack of equipment" and pointedout every bomb you buy In a stepping
"
: SUPPORT of their Navy Personnel peace that will guarantee inalienable that support of the War Bond stone to Tokyo.
your orities the number one team in the
,, and their civilian 'rooters". to had rectified this _____ .
right: our way of life, nation last fall, ha a football campaigns condition -
It /is a shame that so' few civilianscan liberty and the pursuit at happi squad of 44 men; 18 are 17 year in more recent months. NaUres Honor Yank Dead

arrange their rides to work, in ness. olds and will tee the season "The. main thing to remember GUADALCANAL (CNS) -- Natives -
a manner that they could attend "By the way, Un4 'e Sam is wiling ) through; 15 are members of va- at home," Lt. Gay said, "Iv thatit of Guadalcanal have built a
the remaining gamer, and enjoy the War BornH at bargain: rioits military units and may be IM, jrwur re.l'.u*,ibilUy to ace chapel here in commemoration of
the fine teamwork of their fellow rlc.-33 1/3 per cent profit on called any day; nine are 4F and that this war end .ur.M y the 1600 war dead buried on this
workf"rs.V.IJ, there WILL be your invcetmtBt! the other two arc 3A and 1C. Marine Lieutenant Button: inland. ,2'


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Ocfober 7, 1943 lAX AIR NEWS Page Three




Pilot Or Else Must Says Be Li.A. Navigator Davidson Hear Ye! I 1 Mary Lee Bowers Advance's';]f fj



The following statement was j From AS To SK1c In Year
By Lt. (jg) Stanley Culp Issued by Intelligence on this j il

You're either a crock navigator If you'are a pilot In the Aleutian! Station with the request that it I

Or you're not a pilot very long:, according to Lt. (jg.) George Merrill be published in the JAX AIR- I Mary Lee Bowers is going places '
Davidson' : .y ar-old Instructor In a PBY unit at thin Station who h NEWS. Anyone able to comply ortmiam/cifif's" s Aide I and doing things In meteoric fash
j) the holder of the' Air Medal for valorous action up there, and a Gold should take immediate steps to

- Star In lieu of a second Air Medal for a successful rescue effort In the do so inasmuch as it may prove I ion.The Sycamore, S. C., girl holds
Jar northern wanteH.'' valuable in action against the w
the distinction of the first
being
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And if you've never run Into "a I enemy. i \M WAVE aboard this Station to

cloud full of rocks" you don't know "In keeping with the change eri I, earn a first class rating and she :
what tough flying is. That "cloud from defensive to offensives 1'did it just one year after joining
full of rocks" is a mountain operations of our military the Women's Reserve.

shrouded in tog and in the Aleu forces, the Office of Naval Intelligence I II I I Mary Lee exchanged her civilian

tians you're liable to bump into Washington, D. C.. clothes for a WAVE uniform on 1
one at any time unless you're a I desires to accumulate information I
October 1942
j giving up a job as
crack pilot AND navigator. Even I I of value regarding all foreign senior clerk in the Agriculture Adjustment
that doesn't always help. I countries with particular Administration at Allen-

"The most dangerous thing in 'emphasis I being placed on potential I dale, S. C., for an apprentice sea '
"
the Aleutians, says Lt Davidson a combat areas. J
man rating in the Navy. She made
"is the fog-.and it always will Specifically, the information first class storekeeper last week, 1
be. Flying around up there you 1 I desired consists of two types, I stepping up the ladder from third ,
never know how near you are to a I I photographs arid factual mate- to second to first. 1
an island or when you're going rial. Factual material would The first class WAVE reportedhere
to fly into a cloud of rocks," h : include information regarding 9 February and was assigned j
It was for service in the Aleu non-military industries which to T-5 until the squadron moved. '
tian campaign during June of last have been diverted to military She is now In the material office \'
year that Lt. Davidson won his use, beaches and landmarks, the of VTB3.
first Air Medal. "We were flying type of terrain, a description of F r Storekeeper Bowers graduated '

patrols for 24 hours a day through I the beaches in detail at high, I from Allendale High School in 1933 J Jr
all kinds of weather--snow. fog rLt. low, medium, and extreme tides r and did not attend college. Dancing -
) rain, high" winds and icing con ; ; type of bottom, description and I di i iI and photography her pet t

ditions. he recalls. height of escarpments bouldersand hobbles but she is more interested
"Up until that time that !sort other physical obstructions; i I : In becoming a chief now than in
Of weather t had been connlderedunfllahle. machinery in repair shops, pow- j i anything els>e.
,? The bombing of Kl'- er plants, etc., in those areas I; ,
ka was' a part of this campaign. which may be Invaded; airports, I Lt. Off1, Foy Evans of Americus,
There were !some lap ship in seaplane bases, etc.
(jg) George :M. Davidson Ga., new aide to Capt. Arthur Gavin -
the harbor, and we wanted to "It also includes spot politi- commandant of the Station,
get rid of them *'o we used our cal Information The countries is a former newspaperman and has
72 hours in the water. The kid
1''R'H as dive bombers. I don't'Jt'llf'v" and areas -of primary interestare served as public relations officerat
had been
it out all this
bailing
that had been attemptedup time. Japan, Japanese occupied Miami Naval Air Station. He
until that time. territory. Pacific islands in the enlisted in the Naval Reserve 30
"We were flying in fog at be- combat zone and the Balkans.All .
Williwaws inn a close second to December, 1941 and was commissioned
fog as a menace to fliers and i i tween 200 and 400 feet all nightlong personnel, naval and civilian, ensign on 1 October, 1942.Commandant's .
planes, on occasion, in the Aleu- { without landing lights on, of the Naval Air Station or
hoping that he'd see the lights Auxiliary stations who have any
tians. "Just what is a williwaw
1"1 and send up a flare. While we such information are requestedto
AideIs
------1 I were searching we passed over our immediately notify the Sta-
LostLt. I task force once My altimeter tion Intelligence Officer at extension QUESTIONS
(JC) a'ld"l4)O has lost a I! i showed 150 feet. I found out later 481"
brown folder officer'sfile I Promoted From 1. There are five four-star Admirals -
paper ( that the ship I flew over carriesa
folder) containing an alt-| I mast that sticks up higher than on active duty now Can.
plication for a "C" ration book, 150 feet above water level. I don't mile ahead. you name four out of the five? i
"The only thing we could do Ensign To Lt. ( ) 2, The white people of the worldare
jg
tire Inspection certificate, copiesof see how I missed it. was reverse course and get the color
a minority Trueor
group.:
orders and Even
original copiesof I after the missing plane
hell out of there, and that called false? J
two citation A clip with Lt. had been 1 located the job was far The rudder r
DavUKon'i name, but no address from done. These was a high for locked a in wing-over.the turn and we were on Lt. Foy Evans ServedAs knife 3. What stainless makes? a stainless steel
on it, 1* attached to one wind and a heavy sea was running
I the water before we could recover. Writer 4. What consists of
Newspaper flag a white
of thus
corner the folder Anyone forestalling the possibility of
There was about a 40-knot field with four
I upright red bars?,
knowing anything about this landing on the water. "When we cross wind, and a 30-foot swell Before Entering Nary 5. Name the leading 1943 batting .
folder should contact the I found the lost plane we called the
and I don't know how
r-I running, yet champion in the National and
sonnel officer at Yl'Il unit other planes in the searching party -
we ever got out of there. Any- It is ) Evans American ?
to the scene of the crash. Then Lieutenant (jg Foy leagues
I i called way, when we hit the water we now. The youthful aide to Captain r 6. Why are there exactly 13 but _
tender
we a to out
Lt Davidson was asked. "It is a I come bounded I her the and
i and gave gun Arthur Gavin, Commandant of the tons on each pair of blue trousers
the and
pick pilot crew.
violent air movement resulting up in a second we were flying again
that United States
flew Station was promoted from ensignto sailors wear?,
fiom pressure differences in the "We patrol over the area and under control. I wasn't scared lieutenant (jg) this weke 7, New York and Chicago are,
vicinity of the islands," he an- all night until the plane and the right at the time, but about 15 the
I Lieut. Evans served as public respectively, first and second
tender in of each '
swered. "Actually it's an up and other and were the night minutes later I couldn't even talkI I' relations officer at the Miami Na- largest cities in the Western hemisphere '
rescue was guarantee "
down draft condition- much was so scared. val but what is
!. Then we went home" Air Station before being third largest?,
stronger than I've found anywhere I If you don't think the War transferred here recently. Is it Havana, Philadelphia, Mexico
The big plane! had been In the
else. air 24 1-t hours and ",\hen we Bonds you're buying today are beIng A native of Americus, Ga., Lieut. City or Buenos Aires?
I "I remember one day a PBY wasbeing landed we only had about 10 invested soundly you should Evans was a newspaperman before I 8. The Airacobra, Buffalo, Mustang
towed onto the beach when gals of fuel left In each tank," talk for a few moments with Lt. entering the Navy. He was a reporter -.. Wildcat and Lightning are
suddenly an updraft caught the said Lt. Davidson Davidson. He was in the Aleu- I for the Americus Times- all U. S. fighting planes, but three

underside of one wing and tilted Lt. Davidson, in addition to the tians when Uncle Sam's forces I Recorder then represented the of the five are Army planes and
the plane at such an angle that flights for which he won citations. saw the same old thing, "too lit- I j Macon Telegraph in South Georgia two belong to the Navy Whichis
the bombs on the down wind wing had numerous other thrilling ex- tie and too late," day after day became assistant sports edi- I which?
were buried under the water." periences and close brushes with and thanks to the investment of tor of the Telegraph and later was 9. It is legal for WACs to serve

Lt Davidson can testify from death during his service in the billions in War Bonds he saw that j named sports editor of the Ma- I overseas, but it is illegal for
actual experience that there are Aleutians. On one occasion he got picture change in "as remarkable I con News. The next stop in Lieut : WAVES to serve overseas. True
no eight-hour working days in 28 bullet holes in the tail of his a piece of construction work as | Evans' journalistic career was at or false? ",
the Aleutians for he was in the plane, and at Dutch Harbor tvfo I've seen anywhere.." I Ft. Lauderdale Fla., where he was _10 In yesteryears children learn
air 24 1-2 out of 25 hours in the bombs exploded only 50 feet from Military security forbids reve- I managing editor of the Times. ed the States and their capital
recue effort which brought him where he and 17 other men were I lation of the changes that have Enlisting in the Naval Reserveon by singing them, "Maine, Augusta,
the Gold Star. Nineteen and one- in a pit. occurred In the Aleutians since I 30 December 1941, the Com- on the Kennebec River; New Ham
half of those flying hours were f But gun he doesn't consider either the outbreak of war Dec. 7, 1941, mandant's aide first served as a pshire, Concord, on the Merrimac
continuous these occasions as dangerousas but Lt. Davidson leaves no doubtin yeoman second class at Miami. He River", etc. Can you name the
Hof mind that American dollars -! commissioned 1 rivers which
I your was ensign on on these State capi
\Ve were engaged in an opera- a flight he made in rain, snow,
tion near Kiska-,at the time I I fog and drizzle. providing vast quantities of 'October, 1912 and assigned to the tale are located: Hartford Conn.;

was grounded, and was manning "About an hour off shore I materials have been responsible Navy Department in Washington. Montgomery, Ala.; Little Rock,
and I for a radical change in the overall Lieut. Evans returned to Miami as Ark.; Frankfort, Ky.; Topeka,
one of our radio stations. One of turned on my landing lights
I I in the Aleutians. relations officer and Kan. and
picture public was : Jefferson City. Mot
our fliers got lost on the way I noticed that the wings were icing
J54- transferred to this Station In August Get four out of six
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"I called the base
back from an attack on Kiska and up, he said.
landed at sea about 250 miles off I and told them I was coming home The Navy War Bond programa .... X ANSWERS ARE PRINTED -
shore. I was assigned to a plane On the way in my electrical equip- $25,000,000 a year business that -, ON PAGE 8)

that was part of a scouting line I. ment failed so we had to navigateby represents the financial share civilian Streamlined -- .
that went out to look for him. We dead reckoning. "To make a and uniformed personnel are Torpedoes have been streamlinedto First Officer Afloat

4 o'clock in the long story short--we flew right taking in the war effort-would be ft certain extent. They no longer The first commission granted to
W-I) I into a bay, the only blind alley on "big business" In any league, butit leave th- tell-tale wake of any officer afloat was issued by;
the whole Island The first thingwe is just another of the numerous lively white bubbles, which some President Washington to Hopley;
ed the bottom out of the saw was the surf line ahead wartime jobs that have b-sn as- times gave their victims Urn to I Yeaton, of New Hampshire to
when he landed, but in knOCk-j and a cliff looming up into the I sumed by the Bureau of Suppliesand j dodge The modem torpedo leaves command "a cutter In the serviceof
this the plane was still overcast, just about a quarter of a Accounts. almost no wake. the United States of America*

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Public Relations Office, Room 2tl -'

Administration Annex, Bldg 954 'T=k VOLUNTEER ARMY,. Nteu nnclVieuus f rnmStathor

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The TAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. j.Q tr, ,: ,'I IS THE LARGEST VOLUNTEER wEE3r& !
Naval Air Station Jacksonville. Florida, by the Public ARMY IN THE WORLD* A THIRD
Relations Office at no expense to the government. Copies / OF THIS ARMY IS NOW ON
are distributed free of charge to enlisted and other Naval
-
at the Naval Air Station, the auxiliary air ACTIVE SERVICE OVERSEAS;
personnel R. W. Shrum ChC U.S.N.
By Capt. ( )
stations at Lee and Cecil Fields, and the Naval Air Gun- ,.;!iJ; ,
ner's School. Distribution Is also made to the Head- .
Quarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Commandand It ',f""". Why Worry?
the Naval Air Technical Training Center. <. i.:1:
We were en route from Washington D. C, to
Rear Admiral Andrew C. McFall. USN Mercersburg Academy. On the outskirts of Hag-
Chief of Naval Air Operational Training
erstown we came to a formidable looking mountain

Captain Arthur Gavin. USN with the historic name Braddocks' Heights.
Commandant.Jacksonville We wondered whether the modest automobile we
Naval Air Station were driving would take that hill "on high." Step

Captain John J. O'Mallev (MC), USN. ping on the gas to generate just as much power as
Commanding Officer possible, up we went without any apparent strain
U. S. Naval Hospital ing of the engine. As we reached the top I glancedout

*' Commander Edward E. Dolecek. USN. over the distant hills. The sun broke! throughthe
Commanding Officer clouds flooding the val pys with light. I was
Naval Air Gunner's School reminded of that old saying. "Don't cross your

Lieut Col. Chester L. Gawne. USMC (Ret). bridges until you come to them." What we feared
Commanding Officer, LARGEST PLANT would be an Impossibility was no problem whatso-
Marine Barracks ever. True, we are forever crossing bridges beforewe
Commander R. D. Higgins DE-V (G), USNR. ,' IN THE BRITISH CONwEALTW come to them. We fret and fuss and worry
Commanding! Officer .7+G ,,; IS THE HUGE TATA WORKS AT about anticipated ills which never reach us. We fail
Naval Air Technical Training Center f ,IAMSHECPUR-ENTIRELY FINANCED to get ourselves off our own hands. Anxiety is the
6 ANO RUN BY INDIANS
Lieut. Col. William T. Evan! USMC (Ret), rule of the day.
Commanding Officer, A very anxious young Bluejacket came seeking l
Marine A\latlon Detachment D t our advice some weeks ago He had managed to
Commander Charles-G.-Shone A-VG). USNR. i r get himself Into rather a serious mess. But, be
Commanding Officer\ ) it said to his credit he did not
Auxiliary Naval Air Station. Lee Field -. approach me with the idea of endeavoring -
tND/A'S NAVY
Commander William O. Burch, USN. ) to avoid punishment.
Commanding Officer .NOT ONLY GUARDS HER own However he did take some advice
Auxiliary Naval Air Station Cecil Field I { )" EXTENSIVE COASTLINE BUT, and incidentally, he helped
A HAS PLAYED A GAllANT PART me. He wished to show me a
The JAX AIR NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Service ,"'IN "'
material. Republication! of credited matter prohibitedwithout 1 MANY OPERATIONS INj.r t, letter. It was from a Sister-of-
permission of CNS. War Department. 205 E. EASTERN WATERS Mercy. It was so beautiful, I ob-
42nd: St.. N. Y. C. : i \ tained his permission to copy a
paragraph from the letter. Here
The Other Side It is: "I trust," she said, "you
Breezes will\ always be faithful to your

While it is true that there are always two I prayers and the Sacraments
when possible. You know, God
sides to every question, it is also a fact that Salty Humor From Here And There Is just as well pleased with a fer-

sides 1. Capt. Shruin Vent prayer of aspiration whis-
to
two
there are man.
every True StoryA I Not Work pered on the deck of a battleship (or at a Naval
There is the outward man and the inner I young lady recently applied I Station ) when you are there in the line of duty, as
this editorialis for a position in a government of I "It's not just the work I enjoy, He would be were you before His Real Presence in
latter that
man. It is to the said the taxicab driver
"it's the "
fice. She asked the clerk how the Church. It seems to me that she wished to
addressed for it is he who has established many girls worked in the office, people I run into. convey to him In this passage a certain assurance.

and he said about half of them. He was to trust God, live close to Him, and not to
Christianity in the world. Too Tired"My worry.Of .

Many of us in the days of peace had a Bartering : boy friend kissed me 50 course. I don't think we should be so carefreeas
on Barber: "Was your tie red when time last night. Can you Mat it ?" to be indifferent. These are anxious days. The
habit of going to church Sundays.But .
weekly you came inf "I'm afraid. not, balHI'm all terrific tension under which we train hinders
with the impact of war and the transferof Chief: "No, it wasn't." tired out.. from relaxing.Let .
Barber: "Cosh."' us face the fact. It Is not the immediate
millions of civilians into uniform this habit -
Some Counting problems of this station which are giving you
.. has become less frequent. In some cases it Good BoleLandlady Friend: You still got insomnia? concern. You can do your job. The taking and car-
I : "How do you like the Did you try counting sheep? rying out of a command Is all in the days' work.
has alarmingly disappeared.This room as a whole?" Mr. Cohen: Does no good. I If you cannot do a Job today, you must realize that

change is certainly curious to say the Prospective Tenant: "As a hole counted 10,000 sheared them the training involved here will fit you to do the
needed It's fine; a* a room not M good" combed the wool, had it spun into thing tomorrow. Why then fuss and worry? Relax
least. If at anytime religion is moreit cloth-made Into suits-took themto cast off these Imagined ills "Ah!" but you

is now when all the nations of the worldare Better Start Boston-and lost $21 on the say "does this mean letting down my hair. throw-
Gal: "Did you ever sell deal. I didn't sleep a wink Ing discretion to the winds, and cutting loose ?"
deadlocked in the struggle for the sur-
brushes. ?" I should hardly say that for to maintain one's
vival of human freedom. It has been our Gob: "No, why" 'She'll Take It moral status constitutes a continual battle. Do

who have denounced God and his Gal: "Well you better get one I I Old Maid: I can't decide betweenthe you fret in enforced absence from home? Well,
enemies and start! gelling. That's my husband 'I divan and the arm chair. consider that you are doing what the falks back
sacred home, the church. It has been the at the front door." Clerk: Lady, you can't make a home are proud to have you do. That should giveus

Nazis and the Japs who have placed themselves A Little Late mistake on a nice comfortable pause. In the midst of war, the word DUTY,
above Him. chair like this. to a man in the Navy, stands first. Doing this duty
SC 3c: 'Where did you get the Old 'Maid: O. K., I'U take the should give you freedom from anxiety. A composed
You can see what the denunciation of black eye?" divan. attitude in these days will strengthen the man

Christianity can do to a people like the Ger- SC. lc: "For kissing the bride I next to you as well as enable you to escape from
We probably the strongest nation in after the ceremony." I Not Working fussiness. There is a deal of truth In this state-
mans. SC. 3c: "But isn't that the usual I "Do you have notions on thU ment which has come down through the cages:
the Christian world, must devote ourselves custom?" floor?" "Trouble not thyself about the trouble of the morrow

:with even more zeal now than ever before to SC. lc: "Yes, but this was three "1:'cs" but we suppress them during for thou knowest not what a day may bring
the task of providing the spiritual inspirationto years after the ceremony." working hours." forth." We must admit that there is a terrific lot

all of mankind. For we ourselves must I of trouble, but why increase this by anticipatingevil
; Different .
CouM Belie or ill? Why worry?
believe in the principles of Christianity: be- (looking at decollette evening She: ""'..'re Intellectual oppofcltes. -

fore we can fight for them abroad.It I gown) : You could show a little ."
is because we believe that religion is more discretion.She I C'BBM; : "Home com?" I Divine Services I
She: "I'm intellectual and you'rejuYt
: You men are never satis I.
not only an integral part of our society but fied. the opposite.'

deep down the motivating force for all of I (1730 l'rCl..tant-Holy Chaprl Communion.: Mnttin Road Birmingham Attune,

week these She Ought To Poem 0830 Recruit Divine service.CUSO .
... humanity that every on pageswe ---
Traffic cop: "Don't jou know Love is like an onion -Tialnlng Center Divine fcrivlce.i)3n .
run a column devoted to that purpose. ( -Sunday School (small chail).
what I mean when I hold up myhand I\I You taste it with dtliglit.
i 'I H-nenPI.1I1 Divine 't'Ire..
"(
And consider ourselves fortunate indeed I
we ? And when' it's gone you wonder Isere Ice.
that the writer of this "Chaplain's Corner"is Old lady: I ought to. I was a'1'I Whatever made you bite. ('a't'I\ : MmUIn Road and Klrmlnjcliam "auf.

kind enough to provide the inspirational teacher for thlrt '.fl\"t years. (1630-Mass.07fiO-Mass.iKlO .

material that he does. \Ve also know, sincewe ( -KUss. .J
Not Navy (> 30-Mass..
read most of the other station papers, The C.P.O dozed in his bunk. Avery I Station MoviesMAIN 1100-Mass. ,
('hrl"tlilncIt'f' Srrfiret )tu.ln Fond and ItlrmlngkamAvrnur.
that Captain Shrum's column is undoubtedly pleasant smile flickered across 1 STATION "Somewhere In .

) far above any other of its kind. his relaxed face and he seemedto Fiance," Constance dimming, Robert 1100-Small chapl.
1 MuMIn Road sad AvebM
I Jewish >rrvlrr: Hlrmtnhm
with Oct. \\hlte Savage.
be drifting into dreamland Morley ;
What we're trying to get at, mates, is the nothing but best wishes for the j I I Maria Montz" hnl\r ;). Oct. 10; "Joel Union ( 1770-Sabath service (Friday
Stanwlck.
Pacific.
Barbara
importance that religion plays in your life. entire world. Suddenly there wasa McCrea: ; Oct.: 11: "The Crystal Ball." 2000-Sabbath service (Kildjy).

You can't ever be really happy without it, transformation. Ills face" grew Paulette 12: ; "The Goddaid.Faknu<< In Ray Dangei.Mlllaml, Tom Oct. 0810 1000::Devotion Devotions\ (Saturday(Sunday) )Cecil. Field.

even though :you might fool yourself for awhile stern and he bellowed: temn Conway. Jean Brooks Oct. 13; "Honey
you, sheep! Why cant you keepin moon David Bruce, Harriet
:
that you are. step" rtodJi. 15. From Other Papers I.
It doesn't take very much time for you STUDENT OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
: "Night Plane from Chungking." Ro- .
1 to go to church every Sunday. Try it fora Better, How bert: Preston Ellen Drew, Oct. 8:

J. month or two and see just how much bet- sentence Teacher: 'GlrN: "Correct I!* naturally the following better Velez"Redhead, Michael from Duane Manhattan Oct. 10:" "\\Lupe hlte Noted YeomanHerb

ter you feel. looking than bojs'." Savage.11; "Union" Marla Pacific Montex." Barbara Jon Hall,Stan-Oct. Giaffis, columnist for the Chicago Times",

_.'-*. Johnny: "Girl i* artificially better wick. Joel McCrea. Oil. 12; "The is a Ylc in the Coast Guard Temporary Re-
looking than boys." Crystal Ball," Paulette Hortda.i.ld Ray serve For 33 years Giaffis has been in general
I Wrong Guy Mllland, Oct." 13; ; technical and sports Journalism He also writes
I Swings It. Jimmy Lydon CharlesSmith
White busily engaged In washing his car last Suggestion Oct. 15. for Colliers, Liberty and Saturday Evening Post.
J. Barnette left the hose on Teacher "Modern dancing is LEE FIELD-"Hangmen Also Die" -GREAT LAKES BULLETIN.A .
D.
". Sunday. Lt. (j jg : Brian Donlevy. Walter Brennan Oct
top of the car In such a position that the water merely hugging to music; our big 7; "Petticoat Larceny." RuthVar-
was spraying onto the street. Suddenly Lt. (Jg) problem if how to reform it." wlch, Joan Carroll Oct." 8; "Night Sacred Code
aroused from his work by certain Voice "Cut out the Plane from Chungking Robert Preston -
Barnette ""as from rear:
Drew Oct. 9 "SomewhereIn
Ellen ;
like (censored, censored) emitting music. Personal Integrity is the very cdrnerstone of Na-
:. noises sounding France Constance Cummings, Robert )
,. from a passing car. Lt. (Jg) Barnette undoubtedly I Morle r.. Oct. 10; "Redhead from val tradition; upon this virtue the whole structureof
chuckled to himself at some poor persona misfortune Did Best' Manhattan. Lupe Velei, Michael" Naval discipline Is built. Every man who wears
; ly until on second glance, he discovered he I Mistress: Evelyn you were en- Duane Monter.Oct. Jon 11; hall White Oct Savage 12: "UnionPacific Maria the uniform of a Naval officer, or aspires to It,
it;:": had squirted water on the Commanding Officer. tertaining a man in the kitchen ," Barbara Stanwkk, Joel Mc- becomes the guardian of this sacred code. His word
"" The C. O. now refuses to journey to Clinton with- last night, were you not? Crea, Oct. 13; "The Crystal Dalto"Paulettf' Is his courage, for the Navy regards dishonesty aa
Goddaid. Ray Mlllaml. Oct. 14
towel. THE I Maid: That's not for me to say : the lowest form of moral cowardice.-THE SKY-
out his bathing suit and a bath "The Falcon In Danger Torn Conway -
DUSTER, Clinton, Oklahoma. ma'am but I did my beet. Jean Brook, Oct. 15. CRACKER, Athens, Ga.
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FOUR STARS FIGHT FOR FIRST PLACE IN CONTESTi i





More Candidates Jff.-:> f/I -, -' Its Dottie, Mates Tierney, Goddard 1


'(Smo1ingLamp) t. ,. Lead In Hot Race j

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.i : By Contest EditorIt
iaw By Steve Iialagian, Y2cIt ,
seems like the pin-up contestis looks like it will I* a nip
really gaining momentum, and tuck battle between Gene
R" I Ixd mates. Let's keep the votes coming Tierney, Paulette Goddard Lana
because the better showing we Turner and Lynn Bari in the Jax
make the better the chance that Air News contest to select this ..i'

the winner. will pay_us a visit here. fetation's "Favorite Pin-Up" girl ,
Two weeks balloting places
There seem to be a lot of one Gene Tierney out in front with
man campaigns going on for certain more than 150 votes, with Misses! '1
; movie stars as our "favorite Goddard, Turner and Bari close
pin-up" girl. Carmen Miranda. the a behind. But you still have this 'j
I South American Bombshell who r week and next week to get behind .iI
t-Y t Ar F 1 has received eight votes so far. your favorite "pin-up gill' and ''
Julie Bishop got seven of them from a second help to bring about her personal
1V class petty officer appearance on the station .i
.
Remember, that the winner of
. A certain lieutenant who per- this contest which ends on midnight j
sonally knows Olivia De Haviland October 18, may receive I
V( is asking all his friends to vote for e a special imitation to come to j
her because he hasn't seen her for the Jacksonville Naval Air Sta- '
l several years. tion. The more vote we 'an
I I have in her favor the better
You couldn't ask for anythingmore ; the chance that we will have to
tY Imagine voting as many I see her In pernon
times as you want and legally too You can vote as often as you
-,- r'f "" I like but all votes must be sent to
! I 1.1'1-;; iSo
HIT OF WEEK-An Ensign the Contest Editor on an official .
rase Emerson
I
saluted a full lieutenant the ballot which appears on this page.
other day. The lieutenant insists A few hundred extra ballots have
that he has! witnesses to prove 'also been printed and can be se- d
thin phenomena. 1 cured either from the cashiers at
L Ship's Service or in the Public
Itf A Lieutenant Commander walk- Relations Office AdministrationAnnex
ed into a room the other day which Room 221.
" -0 had been recently painted He t >f stood for a few moments looking likely that the "Big Four"-Tier-
at the sign, "Wet Paint" as if he I far Dorothy Lamour who works for Paramount Pictures with or ney Goddard Turner and Bari-
doubted its veracity. Then very without a sarong depending on what role she plays, hasn't received any I I will dominate the voting there are
Worth I cautiously but with determination' votes in the Jax Air News Pin-Up Contest. But after seeing this several others who cannot be ,
Nancy- -- i he reached out to touch the painted picture we are willing to bet that there'll be some changes made in counted out of the race by any .J JI
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I, bulkhead. A self-satisfied smile the minds of many of our readers Besides. she can sing.. 'I I means. Hedy LaMair and Mau
Recreation Equipment Costs played on his face. He turned to a -- -------- I II reen O'Hara, for example, whose :,.'
[ yeoman who was passing throughand totals thus far do not approach 4
Army $1,000,000 Per MonthThe
triumphantly declared,. "Justas I PIN-UP LEADERSGene .1 i the leaders have displayed enough
Army is spending!! more than I thought. It's not wet it s dry." : power nevertheless! to make a

$1,000,000 monthly for recreational Tierney .............. 15"5 I sudden spurt into leadership feasible -
equipment, the War Department That's all until next week Olivia de Haviland Alice
announced recently. Expendituressince In the meantime don't forget to Paulette Goddard ........ 12.2Lana Faye, Betty Grable and Betty
July, 1942, total than vote for favorite pin-up girl Hutton could also be placed Un-
more your "
Turner .....>_..... 120
der the same classification.
$13,000,000, it said In sports the contest ends on October sy VEm

equipment the most money has I 18 and that will be here Lynn Bari .................... 99 Unofficial estimates show that
been spent for baseball and football sooner than you think SMOKING the Personnel Office, Cecil Field
gear. I LA II"S OUT. Betty Grable ..............._ 80 and one or* two squadrons are
backing Lana Turner the SeniorB.
e m wears sea oooetaatsomncenaamoaa mDoaoaoooDnoamm Hedy Lamarr ......._..... 57 : o. Q., Olivia De Haviland, and

JAY AIR NEWS t3: By Edith Brlnkworth, Y3c -I :, Betty Hutton ............. 52 and the Junior Paulette B.Goddard.O. Q.. Lana Gene Turner Tier-

m I I II Olivia De Haviland ... :51 :
s ney, on the other hand seems to
CONTEST BALLOT Twenty WAVES from training
,I r am; a;I schools were asigned to this Station 'I Maureen O'Hara .......... 4;5' : be departments receiving on high the votes Station from Nearly all

g NAS PtN.UP GIRL o: during the week SpecialistT Alice Faye .................... :3 l>6 : I II 800 votes have been cast in the
g Vote For One t ) 3c Link Trainers from Atlanta I I poll so far.

I ) are : Dorothy A. Elwell Mar-

1g ANN SHERIDAN ..........................................._......._.............. .0m r::! tha E. Foy, Margaret L. Grout Want Her?
, n o: Dorothy Bouts Iva McCullough,

JOAN LESLIE ..................L:_._.._..................._._......... 0 gc I Priscilla Miller, Susan Shuba Elo -

; i mina Rhodes Estelle Schmidt
g DOROTHY LAMOUR __......_...;..._. II" I .... ...... 0 gc : Helen Bond Mary D. Idema; Sic
. ... .. .
I p (SpT) are Shirley Kohn, Edna
g NANCY WORTH ...... ...I ........__, .. III ,....... ,.u_." 0 gc
. 13g Robinson; S2c (SpT) Roberta

JULIE BISHOP ......_.._..__.....:. .... I .--.......D 0p Stewart. New storekeepers from
[J Bloomington are Isabel Condon

FAYE EMERSON ....................................._.......__.......... 0 gM and Jeanne Bresnahan, both SK3c,
n Aerographers from Lakehurst, N.

(Write in name oC any other).........._....._....__.._._...._..O nv J. are Gwendolyn Ramsay and
ma Kate Cheek, AerM3c, and Cleo
!Mail to:
Gates S2c. Margaret Cooper, Yeo-
Context Editor. Ja\ Air News gm
liox 2. NAS Jacksonville, tin. DO : man Third Class, a native of Jack-
CfiODOCDDDCQCdCOCIICOCaC7C00000000gD.7DCu'tODOODDODDC'rL sonville, has also been assigned.To !
: !
date 42 enlisted WAVES and ;
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checked out in
nine officers have
You Know Who?
JA
swimming: Swimming: continues
._,. daily with the WAVES taking the
w.'r. ._ : '> : tests in order to check out and begin -
:'' i .; : ; f
<
of other
> ".., < a program sports.
\. ,.""' .... ", 'W',:: ......:.' WAVES in Barracks 714 will '
,. .(, ... .. have a "Slacks Snack" in their top-
j'4 side evening. It
lounge Sunday
.... ";' 1\: ;::.. ;> .. .
.\. ,.. ; ,. :":,,,"'...,!<,. will be a very Informal gettogether
The committee
and
,'t-' : supper.
> j
,
: I members who arranged this affair
,' I are Mildred Schuman, SpT3c. ;
I Zara Misenheimer, PR3c Marion p : 1
Phersch, RM3c Sylvia Feldman,
FlMSc, Kathryne Bang SpT3c.
Similar parties are scheduled for
other barracks. WAVE officers will
be invited. *.

Lieut. t jg) Gladys Price '.
WAVES administrative officer left .
Tuesday for Myrtle Creek, Oregon, i if
where she will spend her leave.
Izabella Schramm, Sk3c who
has been a Master at Arms in Y
the barracks and later worked in e
the WAVES unit office, has been
asigned to VTB2.
t The main attraction at the
WAVES barracks these days
)
seems to be the fine array of engagement -
rings, one of the most
I beautiful being the Annapolis ring I Warner Brothers sent U8 enough portraits of this gal Joan Leslie, .
Do we have to tell you that her name Is Ann Sheridan and that belonging to Storekeeper Norma to start a good sized art gallery. Will she do as our favorite "Pin.Up"I
you can vote for her as your favorite "Pin-Up girl on the ballot above. lJaizll p. girl, mates










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Nezou Will Fight tr---------r- -Is- IS NATTC Entry Raiders Play 1

'jj..

for officers V r Tarheels At

j.i J tennis doubles, elimination tournament -
i and officers six: man
touch football. This will be an lit Chapel HillNorth
1 elimination tournament and entrants -
must! be In the office of
.r )
theI'h."ic.al. Training department .err rt rsa Carolina University, t(
t rugged, power team loaded with
by Tuesday 12 October and
I play will reserves, stands in the path of the
commence
on Monday
"
NATTC Air Raiders Saturday at
October. One week will be allowed
I t. Edmund Y2c /
By Walsh to play off each round. Chapel Hill aa they seek to recover

: "One of the most important One point will be given the unit the prestige they lost against
Miami. It will be the Raiders
1 things a Service Man can do for, each team that it enters, from home. first
and In the event two units makeI game away
; in this war is to Keep himselfin I I The nation's football experts
up a team the points will be
good fighting condition" equally dh'ldf'tI.1o'lnal'4 will be named the Tar Heels and Duke as
The speaker, Lieut Comdr. Jack I awarded 8 points, semi-finals 6 : the South's top ranking teams in
I Dempsey of the United States I c I ,'points, and quarter finals, 4 early forecasts and, save for NorthCarolina's
4 Coast Guard had just returned points towanl the Admiral's, Cup ragged start against
from a War Bond Rally and boxing H r ; Competition l Georgia Tech, neither team has
show at the Jacksonville baseball --- disappointed,
park last Thursday where he had While the dope will favor North
sold over $300,000 worth of bonds. Fighters Work Out I II Carolina by a couple of touch
downs, Raider Scouts. Ensigns
"I believe that a Service Man r
who voluntarily decides to stay '\ Dale Grimes and George Fry, feel

',r In (food "shale gets personal" satisfaction For NAS TourneySet ,' "" that their charges are capable of
; out of it himself and I I ," springlogone of the season's biggest -
contributes !something to his \-J; : upsets provided the Raiders
country of which he ran be For 21 Oct.The i iI play the football of which they are
capable
.
proud. I I ''t
As expected Lieut. Comdr.Drurpsey ,. North Carolina I* lllg .
Naval Air Station which has iI":. :
| pointed out the valueof never had a boxing tournament : : The North Carolinians are a big <..
.' boxing and when Informedof in its three year history appears ,: !7 ." ,.. and ponderous team content to
box- out first down after first
the Impending Station well grind
its
on way toward inaugura- "
In;d tournament on the Victory b.t..edis ting the fistic sport. Preliminaries ; :: ; ::- down and wear out the opposition i
Smoker shown, he seemed greatly have been set for 12 October I| .,.,. with steady pounding Packed !,
ra with V-12 talent and
pleased on the card of the Victory Smoker. carrying a
lie chewed on the end of hiM Present plans indicate that the ', number of holdovers, the Heels are
.
lung cigar blowing out quick show will go indoors at the main I : ., heavy on reserves, I
puffs of smoke and stated: "I station auditorium if the weather "' Hosea Rodgers, a fullback from
know that Service men he is too cool to have the show at : /<: '- .' Alabama is the No. 1 back with I
heavy military duties but I believe Mason Field I One of 'the fighters from the Tailbacks Billy Myers and Hugh
that any normal fellow can '-4 _-s Billy Reed, Y2c, who is masterof I NATTC to enter the NAS boxing I Shot) Cox, right behind. Bull :
In to fight by training Johnson, a rugged individual who
get shape ceremonies of the Victory tournament is Alabama DuBose,
t an hour a day Hough and Smokers, plans to have a new! I who recently won a fight on the plays guard, is the best linemanand
I tumble, running, hitting the bag lineup of theatrical talent for his I War Bond rally card which featured Barney Poole is a standout at
and sparring are ways!' of getting end Johnson hails from Southern
fall series and states that this j Lieut Comdr. Dempsey as
; in shape for a man when his portion of the program will pre- referee, DuBose. an :Elba Ala- Methodist and Poole from Ole "
time is limited." I cede the fights fi i bama, boy is 20 years old and Miss
--- t Louie Nezou, the fighting How To Enter | weighs 370 pounds. He had noprevious A brother, Ray, plays end and a
Our brief chat with Lieut. I Frenchman who hails from Paris i I Entries in the tournament should., boxing experience' before ientering I cousin, Oliver, is a tackle. All
Comdr. Dempsey was interesting i I will be one of the favorites in the be made at the Main Station Box- the servlce.Operations three weigh in the vicinity of 220
because it rounded out for us a pounds and stand six feet three
Station boxing tournament which ing arena, Bldg 912, the Jax Air I|i I ----- - -
meeting with boxing's three best gets underway 21 October. Nezou, i News office. Welfare office. B'.dg inches.
known heavyweights of the past I 23, has ben in the French Navy for 954 or the Physical Training DeC I The Raiders will be minus probably
i I Plays two of the who faced
twenty First at Great men
years. I seven years and during that time .>llnued O* fate Setra
Lakes, III. it was Cpl Joe Louis has fought In many places Geor- I : :Miami Guard Paul Toth suffered I
then on a torn of Army camps. La- I I I gia Abrams, middleweight con- ---- --- YO.yeS In !! f''tlnvfd On r.;. (**... j ji
Today ___ _
ter it was Commander Gene Tun- l tender, once said: "Nezou has the : *.
at the Station here. Finallyit I Touch Football
ney best left hook I have ever seen.
was Lieut Comdr. Jack Dempsey I i Lieut. Jay Berwanger Is
U.S.C.G. It is unlikely that II I Volley Ball Loop
i At NAS New Orleans
boxing will produce again for Begins MondayTwo
sometime three champions as out- II Navy Ball Playoff Four game will go on this afternoon !1 Jay Berwanger, often rated the
standing: as this trio.. I leagues, the National and in the fast stepping Officer greatest one man football team
Series Features the American will open fire in the. Volley Ball League Operationsmeets I of all time, is now Lieut. Jay .
The two football games which enlisted men's touch football race : VO-VCS. 0 and O takes on i i Berwanger' of the United States
command the most interest this Monday afternoon, according to Operations B, Public Relation engages i Navy. He is at the Naval Air i
week are Duke vs Navy and Michigan Seaman Guard Lieut. John H (Hobbs) Adams, director Dispensary and Naval Hospital ,S Station :New Orleans, La, where
vs Notre Dame. All four are i of the physical training tackles the A and R. i he is taking a course in flight !
powerhouse elevens which will ratIOn I partment's sports program de-I Operations, undefeated with I I instruction.
nothing in the way of scoring I Seaman Guard which finished ,, VM meets Recruit Center eight victories in eight starts, forged -I While at the University of Chicago .
punch Saturday. Out on the limb .I in .third place in the American Boathouse bumps into the Main j i ahead last week by downingthe I he made All-American teams
we go for the initial time this I League, has proved to be the surprise I" Galley in the opening round of the : Dispcnsaiv! 21 to 9 and 21 to I for three consecutive seasons, when !
S. son picking Navy to beat Duke team of the Station Navy American League while VPB 2 (2) i, 10 anti A and R 21 to :J and 21 to the Maroons had some of their
.
and Notre Dame to down Michigan ball championship playoff 8f"ries.// opposes the Hospital and VTB 11 in play during the week. I weakest squads. He probably came ,.
Unheralded among the eight teams I takes on T 1 in the National Great cause for concern among closer to running his own interference .
entel'ingthe playoffs the Guards- league. I the talented court players was than any other big time .
Friends of Steve Kalaglan, men have dominated the field in Officials for the contests will be the strong wind on Tuesday which star. } i ii

V'Jp, admit that his column the the series supplied by the physical training -

Smoking Lamp freqtienth out First the leaders disposed" of department. Games wil be playedat STANDINGS. Pacific Coast ConferenceHas t
\\'In'h..II' the famous Walter Ordnance and Gunnery 2 to 0, then { Mason field, Cadet Field and in W I. i ,
Operations A ..... ..........,.. ... 8 0OixTdtl.mj I
hut not too of them knowof VM 6 to 0 and in their third startSTANDINGS :-
many the areas adjoining Bldg. 113, the B 7 oVOVCb Only 4 Members Left ,
KaUgian the football player VM hangar and the Hospital. ....:::::::.:::::::::::: 6 0!I .
S t, heavy is the Smoking Lamp Dispensary.. .. .... .... ......... 5 .II Withdrawal of Oregon State,
with of stories W L Entries Listed t Here O and t: .. ........ .... .. .....3 1 Washington State and Idaho from
news pin-up girls Seaman Guard ............... .. 3 0 Public Relation ................ 4
about the topical sailor and other T 4 . . .. ............... .. 2 1 Entries in the National leagueare Naval l Hospital A..... ......... 4 4 31 Pacific Coast football for 1913
hiMli refuse from the briar that Recruit Center .................. 2 1 : .A and R, Dispensary, Marine Public Works ................ .. 2 6 I leaves only Southern California,
A and R ., .......... ,...... :2 1VM A and R 1
lie never gets time to tell oneoat : . . . ....,.... ....... 1 1 Guard, VO-VCS, Hospital, VPB 2 VPB 2 (1) ':::::::::::::::::::::: 0 7 61 I| University of California at Loa
himself. :Motivated by the Marine Guard .. .. .. .. ... ..... 0 1 (2)), VPB 2(1)( T 1, Personnel, NAOTf .. ...... ., ..... .... .. ... 0 7 Angeles, Washington and California
best intentions, we hereby tella Boathouse! . .... ... 0 2 and VTB 2. Hospital B ... .. .. ..... .. .. 0 7 in the once-powerful coast t,
Ordnance and Gunnery .. .. .. .0 3
loop. The of Montanaand
which it of his favorite University
one
story And in the American league
-- -- ---- caused them to forget all form in
.*. A and R 2 to 0. Individual star teams ready to begin play are: their desperate efforts to get the Stanford gave up the game
The happening goes back<< some for the Seaman Guard has been C. Ordnance and Gunnery, Docks- ball over the net. several weeks ago. Washingtonwill
five yearn when Coach Harry T. Schoeneman, who has a total of Ferries, Boat House, Recruit Cen- Most surprising of all teams play only a three game schedule \
Stuhltirrher. Wisconsin was three goals in the series so far. ter, VM hangar, Ship's Store, has been the Operations B aggre ,
limiting his squad.. for a man The Seaman Guard have displayed Seaman Guard, Main Galley T 4, gation which is challenging its -- I
to |play the Important left half- a well balanced all around and A and R "B". senior partner in the league race
l.ail. position' on the 1937 Badger I ('..& ..r4 O. FBI Serra Other units wishing to get in C..U..ed e. pate MU. NAVY FOOTBALL &

grid eleven. --- one of the leagues or to join a -- '
Now as the story goes, Coach I team in their division should con- South
Sfuhldreher was impressed by the Capt. Art Nehf Honored tact Lieut. Adams at Ext. 593. Iowa Navy Has B SquadThe Miami U. 6; Jacksonville NATTC 0

running. passing and kicking of a I Captain Art Nehf Jr., son of the [ 8< j Navy pre-flight school at Duke 42; North Carolina PreFlight -
certain campus Journalist who was former major league southpaw has The newly constructed football Iowa City is planning to have a 0.
dividing time between the college II won the Distinguished Flying stadium at the Great Lakes Naval "B" team again this fall, playinga Memphis NATTC 41; Tulane 7 '

newspaper Stuhldreher and, indignant the football that team.they I war Cross zone.for gallantry in the Pacific I people Training Station will seat 22,000 j]I elevens.schedule against nearby college Georgia Field 13Guard ,Pre-Fhght. 19; Daniel /i i

fingers which could curve a football I ------ -- Ri c hm on d 13' ",'."....+..1... R..w-, (boat;
into the arms of an end : 3,

ed fifty on yards a typewriter away, should finally be cornered wast- I It's Up And Down As Boxers Drill For NAS Tournament I Camp Davis Southwest 25; Charleston, CO. 0'

the young man.
Kalagian," he said, "I'm sick Randolph Field 39; Ward Inland 'I
and tired of seeing you out here Marine 9, .
for practice one day and not the Far West
next You're1 a natural football
St. Mary's Pre-Flight 4*; Pleasant
player and one that can help the onO.
team. Now either come out
you Del Monte Pre-Flight 33 St.
;
here every day or don't come out
Mary 7. ,
at all." ,
Kalagian, torn between two East j

loves made his decisionS Navy 46; Cornell 7.

Dartmouth 47; Coast Guard Acad
James Kearns, (popular emy 0 ,)
ftportit columnist of the ('hk'a'o
Middle West
Sun, had a paragraph recently )
on Bill Haley, rurently a Navy Seven Bluejackets, who have entered the Naval Air Station boxing tournament, begin a daily work Great Lakes 40; Pittsburgh 0 ,
.4 V-1J trainee and the flash In the out with warm up exercises In this push up are 1. to r, Lloyd Sawyer, S2c, of VPB 2 (1), Ernest Iowa Pie-Flight 33; Iowa State IS. '
-- powder keg which .in the Michigan Brock, S2c, Calvin Crowell, S2c, and Gordon Young, S2c, of Seaman Guard, Paul Myrehu, S2c, of Bunker Hill NAS 9; Patterson
football team this season. VTB (3)), Vern Minton, S2c, and Ed Turner, S2c, of Seaman Guard These sturdy lads are working Bunker Hill NAS 9; Patterson I
"In case you have forgotten," out at the main station boxing arena in the area adjoining Bidgr. 912, the Seaman Guard Barracks. Field 6.



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October 7, 1943 JAX. AIR NEWS Page Seven 41 J



The Runway Awarded Purple Heart 1

.
c..u.... Ir... paste ala Up The LadderAdvancements ...... _.. .
Bay Kearns, "that virtue It its ;'", : ". ,, .
::
own reward, consider- what a At. !St. Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville In RatingsAt
little hospitality did for Michigan Florida
thin Naval training official PhMJc and Mrs Arthur Remnet. adaughter JacksonvilleThe
year WAS
Martha Ann, born SundayhM3c :
at Minnesota discovered, Sept. 26.
sly in the Mimmer, that one and Mrs. George J. Contos a j
_ung man had been assigned toe son George James, Jr., born Sunday followIng I personnel were advanced i '
Sept. 26. In rating during the month of ar II
Gopher campus by mistake. Lt.: Comdr.. and Mr. Pearce Poyntz, September:
The course he wa to take wasn't" a daughter, Jane Holden, born Monday, To AMM2c-Henry C. Albach. Henry y
being offered In the Navy program Sept. :27.Ensign. A. Albert! Charles C. Anderson, John .
and ,
Mrs. John
Ramsey
a
S. Atkinson Jr, William J.
thueSo they wired Ayarg, Jr
daughter, Sharon Jean, born Monday, George H. Baran, John R. Baxter
Northwestern: "Have you room Sept 27.AMM2s. Clyde L. Beckwoilh. James E. elton,
for trainee In V-12 and Mrs. Oliver Sherilll. a Walter
one more J. Bobble Charles Boone, William
son David L.. born Tuesday, Sept. 28. 1
Bowers. Thomas
N. James
program ? Came the answer: Boyd.
Chief Specialist and Mrs. Gil fold
"Sorry, have no room." Then Alexander. a son Bruce Russell born Crosby J. Breef., William Herman T. W.e.C ,e1tt J.: De C
the Inquiry was repeated to Wednesday Sept. 29. Freltas. Ronald V. Duncan. Andrew R
AMMlc Mrs. Milton Douglas
and
Notre Dame where another big Dennis I E. Guvtafson James
Hodges, a son born Wednesday Sept. alyalr
B. Call G. Henry, Frank A. Hart vL ,1Utv
Navy unit I* .stationed. Again 29. mann. Grover C. Hatton. Eugene Hetn- { 1
came regrets, but the unit was Ensign and Mrs. Dean Larrlck. a baugh Emmett O. Hester, Hugh D. a
Dean, born Wednesday.Sept. .
son Danny
filled. So the telegraphic Inquiryin 29. Holmes William J. Hunter, John L. g ,
Jackson Robert
behalf of the anonymous Sgt. and Mrs. Francis Catlln. a F. Knott. Jr, Pal: Johnson..Everette c A. Kochuvt
young man ua directed to Michigan daughter. Laura Frances, born Thursday EverettV.. Krause. Loran H. Lain

and the officials there replied AMM2o. Sept.and 30.Mr*. James M. Askerley. Darwin Lanier Arthur H. LutgensWilliam >, )
H. McGlll. Robert H. McHugh
that they could find room, a son Michael Dewaln, born Thurs! Robert N. McKearney. Edward' J. Mun.dlt' .
and to send the day. Sept. 30.MM2c ,
boy along.It Louis A. Murle. John P. Newklrk
(
: and Mrs. Lloyd Sixes,
a son. 1'-
William F. Nixon. John Noone, WilliamF. '
wa Fullback William Daley .
Joseph Eugene born Thursday Sept.
O'Doniel. Gino Ottlna, Luther N. ', ,
who came to claim the space. 30.Lt. Over'cash, James A. Parks Jr., RobertH. '
and Mrs. James L. Stlmson
a Rldgeway Vincent RizzI. Ernest': '. ; .
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daughter, born Thursday, Sect. 30. Roblson. John Slater, John L. Saunders .
AMM2c and Mrs. Robert E. Johnson .... : .s
Navy Ball Playoff Series H son, Mark Anthony, born Thursday Jr.ilnka. Vincent John P.V.Simpson.Sotheien Vltold Ralph C. Ska-L. Pharmacist's Mate First Class Boyd A. White, stationed at the Naval !

atures Seaman Guard AMMlc Sept.and 30.Mrs.'Ililam F. HaI'nage.R !Steadman.. UrbansklKllam William E. Teaham. DanielJ. Air Technical Training Center's Dispensary was recently awarded the ';
J. Weatherby.' Order of the Heart Medal for received result of
son, George Giecly, born Thul"tlday.St' HerbertV.. West. Clarence G. Wilson Purple injuries as a
.iird From Pace MX 30. and Joe W. Vodlnak enemy action in the South Pacific area by Admiral W. F. Halsey.
Y2c and Mis. T. G.'alker, a _
I .. .:..._
attack. In downing VM five men daughter, Jan Katherine born Friday To AMM3Hugh T. Adams JosephC. .
participated in the scoring T. C. Oct. 1. Arena William E. Baker, James
A. Bailey. Robert E. Bennett. Edward:
Thompson got two ,goals.:: G. H. ------ -- G. Cook Wllla A. Davis Fred C. Deitz. | ARM3c Holmes Is The Voice
Swain. VV. M. Hess, J. B. Horningand William; E. J. Frank Ewart C. Godfrey i .
C. A. Gregory got one apiece. FightersWork Oqt For Clifford Grose Edwin I J. Gruber. Wl-
llam C. Hyberger, William F. Ledfoid
Sth'oeneman got two against Ord- I Oct. 21 NAS Tourney Jr., Stephen. A. Manse Robert J. Mairautelle. '- In Tuesday Radio Program
nance and Gunnery. He got an- Italo V. Musslml.. 1. Herbert. May
other one against A and Rand Continued From Face Six: JInn *-. Menco. rnmip A. Orlando
'
Maurice Ramsey Charles C. Relchen- I ---- --
Sub Powell the other. pattment Bldg. 726. You'll hear this young man on
bach Alfred R. Rice Morgan W. Stephens I ..
I For the convenience of those Milton St. John. Jr.. Gerald the "Wings Over America" pro-
Recruit Center IN Defeated wishing to enter by mail, thereis Thomason Robert C. Thompson. Donald Paul Abel Of Lee'I
Recruit Center, which stole the printed on page 7 of this issuean C. Walters, Simon G. \\ oote-n. jr.. gram, originating at this Station ,
American league title with nine entry form which should be Robert William C.Yunuvich.Wvckoff Loy A. k Youkers. each Tuesday night from 2100 to

wins against no defeats, took its filled out and mailed to the Jax J.O\llr-Be\t'rly! K. AldersonVil- 2130 if you'll tune in on radio Field Recommended

first setback at the hands of the A Air News, Adms. Annex Bldg. liam H. 8"('Wt'I'. William S. Robinson.To station WJHP. He is Aviation I .
and R. B. P. Heigle and C. P. Contestants may work out at AOM2c-Milan V. Bachleda. Robert I :
Stilley scored goals for A and R their convenience providing their A. Bulges! Homer Dawson. rl Radioman Third Class Ben H. For Commendation
'
\\ Urubbs, Donald Greene
while Joe English tallied for the Donald Holmes.
entry blank has been mailed or W. Hanson. Raymond K. Hen'on. Hor-
boot camp. A and R looked, Impressive their entry has been made by ap- al'e11'. Lovelace. Fred G. Sears Andrew Born at Menominee, Mich., 25
in another contest beatingT pearing in at one of the C. Schavnls Anthony P. Tursl James
person
E. Wood. June, 1922, he enlisted at Chicago, Disregarded Own SafetyTo
4, winners in the National ue four places mentioned above.
1 to 0 Milt Woodbury got thewlnner's Work Out At ArenaSome mas To H.AOM3c Bailey-John, John W.A.Augustine Bnrnwell Tho-Ray- Ill., 22 September 1942 and after Aid A Crash Victim;

marker. of the fighters who have mond H Camlt. Arthur M. Elder. Harold training at various schools came
Although undefeated in the regular been working out at the main station M. Fasnacht John H. Ford. Daniel aboard this Station 1 Jan. Comdr. Lamade Arrives
season, Recruit Center and arena are: Louie Nezou, of W. Harris Earl R. Henry Frank E.
Rogers. George T. SPt'nceDonald H. radio announcer
Serving as a
T4, defeated once in the playoff i the Fighting; French; Alabama Du- St. Laurent.To News of Lee Field .

each came back to win two games Bose, Training Center; Jimmy Wis- ARM2c-Thurston A. Alexander during his civilian career Holmes Paul Richard Abel hospital! .
and must be considered as lead- mer Interim Overhaul, A and R; Jesse V\'. By rum. Call E. Gengenbach began business at WMAM Mari- apprentice
Charles W. Greene. first class attached to the
ing threats along with Seaman
Fred DeFranco. Escort Service nette, Wisc., then went to WHBL
Guard for the Station title. Seaman Guard; Bill Miller VTB 3; J.To Shevlln.ARM3c-Horace M. Jacobs John I at Sheboygan, Wise., as announcer i i Lee Field dispensary has been

Enlish. Faspar Vacaro and Bill Jesse Watkins, Boathouse: Lloyd To ARTlc-Jordan Lafferty. GeorgeH. recommended for an official commendation j.
Wainwright combined efforts to Sawyer VPB 2 (/1)) ; Larry Kremer, Llnvllle, Edward P. Yambor.To and dramatics assistant. from the Navy Depart-

push over 4 goals on the Marines, VPB ) ((2) ; Paul Myrehn VTB ((2) ; AEMlc-James S. Dcnson Charles I After returning to WMAM for ment for the courageous role he

who got two by virtue of O. D. Ernest Brock, Dick Lee Clyde Per- D. Stephens W. Vail. George L. Stewart, Gordon a brief period he was on the staff played in a recent crash at Switzerland .

Hilea marksmanship.T ry, Ed Turner Johnny McCan Cal To AEM2c-Floyd B. Roberts, John lot WISN Milwaukee. Wise., announced field. Abel was waiting in .;
4 notched a win over O and G Crowell, Gordon Young and Vernon J. Sahlberg. part of the Legion Con- : an ambulance when a fighter plane >

when J. A. Parker came throughin Minton, Seaman Guard; Red To AEMV-Paul J. Kelly.. I vention there for CBS, and Interviewed crashed and burned near the field.
a fiercely contested game. O McCann and Pat Young, A and R; To CAerMIAA-Albert V. Hard such notables as Bob He rushed the ambulance to the

and G has dropped three contestsbut Jack Lucarelli Physical Trainingand E.To Turner.To AerM2c. -Jack P. Stephens Boyd Hope, Hedda Hopper former scene of the crash and, disregarding -

all three have been hard Paul Moore Photo Lab. CBMtPA)-Thomas F. Hodnett. Mayor Carl F. Zeidler of Milwaukee his own personal safety removed
fou ht. The fighters will be split into To CEMiPA)-William Bradford. Heddy LaMarr and Prof. I, the pilot from the burning

Games today have Marine Guard two classes senior and novice with To To COX CKlc--William George A.J. Fox.Wescott.Jr., Char- Collona on a single program.He plane. Extinguishing the pilot's

taking on two opponents. First I winners slated to receive golden les P. Posner. later traveled camps on a clothing, he gave him immediate
the Marines take on the VM team gloves and runners up silver gloves. To CSK(A A)-Alexander Y. Murphy. USO booked itinerary as master- I first aid and then hurried him to

and then the Seaman Guard. In the novice class, fighters will To To PhoViSc CYCAA-Frank-Edward Zamtxi.J. Flnley Nelson of-ceremonies of the "Curtiss : the hospital. The letter to the Bu-

% ------ I go one minute rounds and in the C. Maxey.To Candy Qui.v," radio program and reau ended "his actions were in
senior division, they will go minI PR2c-William W. Clayton.George did narrative work for Burton keeping with the finest traditions 1

Operations Plays VO-VCS ute and a half rounds. All bouts PrtrSc R. Greenly.To -Levl. B. Calhoun. Louis Holmes motion pictures. lof the Service in that he made .'

I will be three rounds and there will J. La Rocca Edwin R. MacGee.To Holmes' halt appeared as the ;i every effort to save the pilot's life '
Today In Volley Ball be no draws. 14 ounce gloves are n.SjM-Charles I P. Archer Harry Interviewer on some of the na I at considerable danger to himself."

". ..f'4 T.... !'... MXLA. : ,I to be used. CaM Hancock> Donald C.M. Fields Kunce James faul E.f.. tion's outstanding radio shows I Commander Jack Lamade was c"

(Jgt Parish and Lt (jg) Wyattare I ni t__.___ Nerieler. from Chicago and was the first welcomed aboard with all pomp .
bulwarks of this Operations To Sp A)3c-Robert G. Fuelling. Edward to broadcast from the top of the and ceremony the other day fol
: D. Kopshc\'er, Roland H. Schaaf.
entry |' Air Raiders Play Tarheels Cecil Wolfson.To world's highest skijump scaffold lowing his promotion from the

Operations Rolls Ahead Sp At Hill N. C.
Chapel
The consistently good work of To To pCM)2c-Louls) H. Cohen. Jr. shattering the international record I Comdr. Lamade is a veteran of Pacific .
M)3c-ChurlE'S R.
Fjfe.
Li ut. James McCoy Ensign Lee Ctntiaved from page .lz: To SpSlc) -William F. DouKh rty. that jean: fighting aboard the cruiser
:McHugh and Ensign John Wilson a fractured bone below the no e Ralph H. Strong In his many experiences he HOUSTON and was catapultedfrom

kept Operations rolling. A and R, and Fred Ellis stellar tackle, had --- ..+ probably had none more unique that ship not long before the

which has had rough going, was an eye injured. Doctors announced than when he was describing a finally went down. He has* been

raced by Lieut. Duane Whitcomband that Toth is finished with foot- Comdr. Gage's Son HonoredFor smelt carnival in freezing cold reported missing in action on more ;'
Lt. (jg) Nick Pulignano both ball for the season and Ellis is weather. When an energetic fish than one occasion but always 1 i

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championship bowling team. as to whether he can play any Continued From Fate O.e landed across the terminals of the Four families shared honors in
I In other games Naval HospitalA more. telephone line that carried the the recent housing area judging.
landed native
beat Public Works 21 to 14 and Halfback Bradley Davis one of near a village on the show the show' went off the air Selections were made on the basisof

21 to 16. Comdr. Arthur Weiland the stars against Fort Benning-, opposite side. I until the smelt exhausted from landscaping, tidiness and neat- ,
was the sparkplug for the hospital appears to be out for another I The natives fed the maroonedairmen his tour, was located and con- ly-mowed lawns. Comdr. Shone ; I

t while Lt. (jg) Cowden McCord month with a stubborn Charley but somehow the Japs verted to frying pan material. announced the winners of 95 in '1
paced Public WOI ks. horse. learned of their presence and sent I Aside from radio work Holmes War Stamps asV.. A. Rice. Jr., '

On the outcome of the Opera- Charley Fisher who played well out patrols to track them down. is primarily interested in writing AMM2c (1128A), R. T. Cantrell. '

tions-VO-VCS game this afternoon I against Miami, will start at tackle Then began a chase with the natives I stories that "only I can under- SC2c ((107B. S. C. Breslow CCS II

hinges the league title. Both teams with Bill Short. Lou Campbell will I hiding the Americans away stand," and teaching speech correction <118A), and J. C. Ward, ACRM
have displayed high geared attacks hold forth at one of the guards sometimes almost right under the to ;youngsters with speech: ((108A ).

i and one could. very easily upset i while John Hanzel. Wilbur Johnson I nose of the Japs. On 21 September defects. -
the other. Don Torgerson and Johnnie the quartet said goodbye to the After the war "God granting,"
v Lieut. Comdr. Harry Barton and Walker battle for the other. friendly natives who had brought Holmes expects to return to Chi- Donald Burke PhM3c ;

Lieut. Kenneth Dustin stars for With an open date October 16, them together and paddled awayin cago and resume announcing activities -

VO-VCS, will be ready to stem the Raiders next foe will be Camp the dead of night aboard a "after six months sleepon Commended For Heroism .

I the tide of the strong Operationscrew. LeJeune at New' River N. C., October rubber raft. Th.e sea was rough a feather bed." For "extraordinary heroism initiative

23. pnd they were in constant danger. _.A4_ I
zeal and of mind
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I far of
Radio beyond the requirement
Navy ProgramsThe 'I
four nights. It was on the fourth "
r rI duty, Comdr. E. E. Dolecek, commanding ::-
I ENTRY FORM night that Lt. Gage's Catalinacrew following radio program I officer of the Naval Air
spotted the lantern the boys will be broadcast by Jacksonville Gunners School commended DonaldE.

had fashioned from an old tin can stations from the Naval Air Burke FhMSc USN at cere-
and a home made wick the natives
HAS BOXING TOURNAMENT Station: monies Monday. f
had given them. Lt. Gage dropped Friday UMAX (2100-2130) Burke "with utter disregard for .

down circled around to make sure Naval Air Technical TrainingCenter his own personal safety", attempted 1 1
his eyes weren't deceiving him and auditorium to rescue three aviators front j

Nome _. ._00' ......................_...,....................... ... Rate.................. made a daring and skillful land- R'ings." "NavyTuenHlay the burning inferno of two air:7

ing on the high rolling sea not 100 YVJllP (2IOO-2130) craft. r I

yards from the castaways. lie Naval Air Technical Training ----' J1

,r Unit or Division........................................... Phone; .......................... taxied up got the four men into Tenter auditorium "Wingn Over Atuhors : 1
his plane and again showed his America" with, the l nmancl- Anchors received: their name j

skill by making a wife takeoff nnt'fi Rand < frpm the ancient Gr k'Word' .

Weight ............ ...... Weight.................... Total Fights..................... under adverse conditions, according Wednesday VVPDQ IfiSO- meaning "crook or hook" and old "a:ill
to the atd\>nt of the MB saga 1700) All Saints Chapel, -Navy Grecian anchors were actually in I

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It f I Capt Lynch Assumes Command At NATTC The Inquiring Gunner Honored



r r Captain Joseph B. Lynch, AVG

: f I ( ), USNR, is the' new com ReporterQUESTION
r manding officer of the Naval Air

.Technical Training Center at this "c

f fr r a Station.
e Capt. Higgins succeeded Comdr : Will uomen

r Ic rt R D, Higgins, commanding officer working in industry today be

c since early 1942, who has been willing to quit their jobs and
f t tl detached for sea duty. return to home life after the
The new NATTC C. 0, reported -
l f fr here from Washington, D C. war is won? Should they? ..

ft where he was on duty with the ANSWERS:

t Bureau of Naval Personnel. He JOHN STANFIELD, AMMSc:

was previously attached to the "All I gotta say is that it you givea
Bureau of Aeronautics I woman an inch they take a mile.I .
Capt. Lynch Is a familiar fig. figure they'll be after bigger and
ure In the state, hating! servedas better Jobs after the war and be

flight instructor and squad. expecting their husbands to stay
f, ; "" .. ron commander at theMiami home and take care of the cookingand
...,- Naval Air Station and he later the kids. Women
are power-
S. became commanding officer ful at the voting polls, too; and in \iJ
there He also served at Pen- the little time they've been in the S $ as
I ftarola and was executive officer Navy they've sure thrown their

H at the Squantum, Ma.ss.", weight around a lot. .

Naval Air Station W E. SMALLWOOD, Y2c: "I ". \., ,.
A native of Cambridge Mass..
think the women will go back to Gunner Charles Arthur Bcttle-
Capt. Lynch is a graduate of home life and resume the responsibility -
Harvard. He launched his Naval of raising their children It'sa youn, attached to the Aviation Ordnance '

career in the first World War woman's instinct to care for her School at the Naval

and won his wings at Key West. children and that instinct is greater Technical Training Center, was Ai? ) .. .
He served aboard the aircraft car- than the lure of the money they cently awarded the Order of
& riers YORKTOWN and RANGER. "
,et. d make working.
Purple Heart Medal for Injuries Svc ,
The new captain the Defense
possesses STAFF SGT. LOU CAMPBELL, "
and Naval Reserve ribbons, received aboard the USS Yorktown' '
MarinesSure! : they should go I
the Victory Bar of World War 1, back to home life. That:a.the place as a result of enemy action In the ; w

and the Atlantic and Pacific The- for them, not in the factories or in Battle of Midway.N t
atre of operations ribbons in the .
business. 11
There be enough men
.. current conflict to take over the Jobs after the war.
Coincidentally, Capt. Lynch and i But I don't know whether the A. O. T. C.1ottllditp j jA
Comdr W. H. Cushing, NATTC
women will be willing to go back.
executive officer, were shipmates I doubt it. They're making good ; ;
in the first World War money now."
The departure of Comdr. Hig- i
Column Of News
I J F BREININGER ARM3c: "A
the NATTC marks
gins from scene
of the ladies will ;
the leaving of one of the training large percentage And Comment From
.. be to back. The
'>>._ center's pioneers. Arriving in willing go reason -
I say that is because quite a few Other StationsAce
Jacksonville, November 9, 1940, at ;
CAPTAIN B. LYNCH women in industry now have .
the time the Air Station was commissioned --- ---- --
homes of their own and they'll be
Comdr. Higgins played Tratkman
-- ---- ---- Report.NAS "
anxious to return to them when .
ContestQuestions an important part in the rapid things return to normal again. Melbourne, Fla.-.The new- :'
Quiz growth of the training center
Photographer Here Jobs won't be the same after the est addition to the Station is Chief
which today ranks with the larg-
The incentive for to Ed Hertell a former
war. women Specialist .
a ( are printed on est in the world. ,
work is big but the Stanford U. track star. He cap
now money
rage; Together with Comdr. E. G Ma-
Roots For Fightin'Kin 3)ANSWERS wages are going to drop when all tained Stanford track team and
son and Machinist G. E, Russell
low and
the fellows come back from the held the Pacific Coast
Commander the
Higgins organized
1. Admirals Ernest J. King, Har aviation machinist's mate school' war." high hurdles title -
In
YugoslaviaKovljain old R. Stark, Chester W Nimltz, i and became its first officer in EDWIN R KOZLOWSKI, Sic: I

Royal E Ingersoll and William charge.He "Plain yes It's Just their nature More, More
F Halsey Jr. I to be homebodies. It s a woman's I
Has Relatives I served in this capacity until NAGS, Hollywood Fla.-Clyde
instinct and I believe it will offset
2. True. Latest statistics estimate March 31, 1941, when he was 'I Lucas and his band made such a
Serving As Officers in there are 870,000,000 personsof I transferred to the main station as the lure of money. Women worked hit here the sailors wouldn't let.
the yellow race, 827,000,000 in the last war and they returned -
senior shore patrol officer. An- them leave, but kept the musician
Renown Chetnik ArmyNews members of the white race, and other change of duty was effectedat to their homes. They should playing overtime with cries of

In 302,785000 of the black race. this time and he was, named and they"will go home again after "more, more, more ."
the front
from guerilla 3. Chromium and sometimesnickel intelligence officer, May 30, 1941, this war, A group of sailors here experienced
Yugoslavia, where the famous and JAMES W. CAVINS, Sic: "I
i and other metals are melted an office he held until September some embarrassing moments -
Chetnlks of General Draja I because theywon't
fierce don't think they will
with the steel to make it stainless 22, when he was appointed officer recently on a deep sea fish
Mihailovltch and the Partisans of be satisfied with home life ,
I in charge of the then called trade I ing trip. The rolling boat kept
General Tito are resisting the Germans I any more Sitting around, being ;:
landlubbers holding
schools. most of the
in of Allied 4. The flag is the new United and ask their
hopes an early inactive having to i
Nations flag to represent the four I In 1942, what is now the Naval their heads instead of their lines.
invasion is followed with more husband for a dollar to buy a pair I, ..
than usual interest by David Kovl freedoms for which the Allies are I Air Technical Training Center was i of stockings Isn't going tosuit -- ,
fighting It would be flown at established as a separate com : Mi jain. 21, PhoM3c, on this Station. them any more. They'll be used to I
Kovljain, staff photographer ceremonies to represent the 32 Allied ; mand, and Commander Higgins. making their own money and hay- NAS, Daytona Beach, Fla. -

working out of the Station's Photographic countries, this giving honor I was .designated as commanding officer ing .total independence and they ,, Subaltern Mary Churchill, daughter

s Laboratory has two to each country without having to won t give it up voluntarily. If I ,I of the British prime minister
uncles who are oficers in the. Chetnik I I display 32 individual flags It has I -- -- was to marry, though, I wouldn't is still the talk of the Station. She*

army, with the possibility that no legal standing as yet. I want my wife to work If both I I visited here recently and was welcomed .
i a third uncle also is taking part in I'I 5. Stan Musial of the St. Louis work, there is no home life and I by Capt Willis E. Cleaves, ,
l the battles that are a dress rehearsal -,'Cards has cinched the N. L batting that's the foundation of any country :I commanding officer. '

for bigger events to come. I: title this season and Luke Appling ." I I Officers and enlisted men cele .

The photographer himself was I of the Chicago White Sox has I R. W. DARTY, PhM3c: "I think ',. brated the opening of new clubll.i .
) born In the United States. His bagged the A. L. hitting crown I they should. They've never worked i The new Officers Club was opened
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t home is in Clifton, N. J. He joined I I 6. They stand for the original before and if they stick to their',,. on the Station while the enlisted ,

the Navy last October after having 13 states (Also to keep their CAMP STONEHAM, Cal. (CNS) jobs now there won't be any jobs! men were presented with a club on

serving as a chemist in a labora- I pants up.) I Making a medical inspection of for us men. If the women work the Broadwalk, within a stone's
tory at Wilmington Del He was 7. Buenos Aires. a Service; club here, Brig Gen I when all the men come back from I f i throw of the world most famous r
graduated from the Greenwood, : 8. The Buffalo and Wildcat are Wallace De Witt walked into the war, the labor, supply is going to ,, beach
Del.' high school. ; Navy planes The Alracobra Mus- : cafeteria kitchen. He almost I exceed the demand and nobody is I

the uncles are Stephen and stang and Lightning are Army bowled over a GI who was carrying going to make a decent wage" I Sailor Honored
Peter, brother of Koljain', planes. 25 dishes. The jeep spotted J. L JONES, SK2c: "No I don't
father who died earlier this jearKoOjnln's 9. True. I that silver star on the General's believe they're going back They'remaking NAS, Miami, Fla.-Capt. H D.
grandmother of the 10. The rivers have the same shoulder and without a moment's money now and they're not Felt, commanding! officer, present.ed
tame name l. Mill living In names as the States in which the i hesitation he snapped to attentionand going to be wiling to give it up. I the Presidential Unit Citationfor

Yugoslavia. The family In from cities are located-Connecticut, dropped the dishes. That is, not the majority of them, Torpedo Squadron Eight to
old Serbia and ....1 onxto the Alabama Arkansas, Kentucky, --- who weren't used to having their Edgar F Helzer, AM2c The 19-
Greek Orthodox Church Kansas, and Misouri, respectively own money before. Yes, I do think year-old Bluejacket previously helda
The third uncle mentioned above Gray and White Seersucker they should go back home. When I commendation from Admiral W.

left Canada for Yugoslavia more I What Miladay Will WearContinued the servicemen are turned loose i F. Halsey for repairing Navy ,
than a year ago when his countrywas [ after the war, they're going to I planes under heavy shellfire and
invaded by Germany, to join |I' [5aDeJt.;: has finished from an pose intensive o study of have to be taken care of with jobs. aerial bombardment during the assault

the Army in defense of the homeland i the entire women's uniform, with All of us have given up Jobs to upon Guadalcanal

resultant improvements in fit and serve the country and it s only -- -----
Kovljain has heard nothing from tailoring. Among the innovationsare right we should be provided with women in industry today. Heck ,-
his relatives in Yugoslavia for a I and fair after victoryis ,
The told The Fire Department is exhibit- a completely redesigned reserve Jobs wages yes, all the women will be willing {
last communication
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year. ing a very interesting and Instruc- I blue working smock and a won to return home and raise a family.They're .
of the fall of Belgrade, the national I WINIFRED SIMMONS, RM3c
shower-proof raincoat ,
lightweight
tive display of fire fighting equip all waiting for that day "
where his would
capital l. near people WAVE: "I should think they
I II I and officer's havelock. Improve- SURPRENANT PR3c "I ",
ment in connection with National IDA : I"
muchto
live. There is not
home.
., "I am looking forward to the day Fire Prevention Week. 'ments also have been made in the return stay home for now. All the single think they wil be. glad to return I"'
t' I I i service blue suit, shirt hat, heavy home They'll be tired of it all
when the Alice invade Yugoslaviaacross raincoat and overcoat. young men are away at war. "
the Adriatic from Italy and I The Seaman Guard seem to have The change of the summer The girls have something to work and want a rest

f liberate the country," Kovljain said their eye on another trophy, for :I working uniform to gray and I for now, their country; when the ADELAIDE MYERS, PR3c:
j "It Is the only country, except their Water Polo team is now | white striped seersucker Is a stepin war is over they'll have something "The girls who Just took defense
Greece, where uerilla resistance singing through the water polo' the direction of the Women to stay home for" Jobs might stay but most of them

has been valauble I have never play-offs like an irresistible tidal Marines' summer uniforms The ; PVT MARY HART, Marine will want to return to home life.

:; seen the country but hope to visit it wave. At the present time, they j Leatherettes wear green and white Women's Reserve : "You bet your They'll want to have a home when
after the war As for the Chetniksand are leading the circuit with a .-0 striped seersucker outfits In sum- 'sweet life they will You can say the fellows come back, and they

the Partisans and their own record j mertime. i that again When the war is over should" A woman's place is in the '

opposition to each other, I think -.--------------- the women will be so sick and home
they will eventually bury their own Arthur John Speckert, Cox., returned from Lieutenant (Junior Grade) tired of working In airplane fac- I CATHERINE CONRAD Y3c:
differences in common cause from special duties in to Lieutenant (Senior Grade) tOl'lesnd other defense plants "A few,won't want to go back to .,
against the Germans Jacksonville in connection with the' they'll be only too glad to return home life, but the majority will. I / rV
"The people of the old country War Bond drive to learn that he We are pleased to know that home. The only ones who'll want' think that most of them realize V

think General Mihallovitch is n had become A. J. Speckert, Bos'n Yeoman Sarah Myrtle Sperry to stay on the Job is those who their job is to raise a family and ti ,

,, great leader and they admire him Mate, Second Class Congratulations keen, efficient little member of may lose their husbands and haveto be in the home. Sure, they should.
because he carried on in the face Chief Garland's smooth function- support themselves" Think of the employment problem
of German occupation and never ing office staff, has advanced in MILDRED BRINES, Y3c: If they don't return to home lire
admitted defeat or sunendered," What Officer In the Yard Department rating from Yeoman, 3c, to Yeoman "Sure, III want to go home and when all the servicemen come !"
Kovljain concluded has' Just been promoted 2c. Congraulations raise a family and so will all the back."
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