Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1943
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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>' VOL. 1, No. 34 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA November 18, 1943

rFive Heroes Are Awarded Decorations ...ryr Co-Feature USO Troupe &

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:. ..' Orange Bowl Films Tonight


: ; 4r A real treat is in store for foot.

. ; : _- r- 4t : No CelebrationThere ball fans tonight at the Mainside
ii. Auditorium when the highlights of
the seven Orange Bowl games are
: were no bands blaring,
C shown the
7 no tread of marching feet, And on screen.
The spectacular movies taken
no Ipeeches at this Station last
from Miami's annual New Year's
the 25tli anniversary -
Thursday i
Day classics will
serve as a pre
of the Armistice of timefirst
rh liminary attraction to the main
I World War. entertainment, a USO-Camp Show.

preparing I I The song, dance and comedy acts
I by skilled professional performers
en the end of World.War II.
< r will follow immediately after the
y-- --- football films which start at 1930.

The cast of the USO show Is as
;' s New Pictures follows:

) eM and woman song and dance comedy

I.: act. Veteran performers, they
I e .Sb31 Pack Theatre have trouped coast to coast as fea-
Y .JD e7r,do
Ii I tured performers with numerous
i name bands including Tony Pas-
m.4 tor, Ina Ray Hutton. Jan Garber,

,'. To The Roof Tiny Hill, Bob Chester Al Dona-
f ., i hue etc. and have played with
P several units including the Bonnie
"" Balcony Reserved For Baker and Sally Rand shows.

FRANK EVANS is a one
9 : ? r.1 rkK P Officers And Rated man minstrel show who has been

.. I entertaining professionally for 43
.. Men With GuestsThe
.. years. ran away with a media
Station's new deal for- cine show as a youngster and since
moviegoers is a smash hit. then has played every theatre and
I.'. The new policy of presenting theatre circuit in the country in
\ : 4r pre-run and first run pictures here addition to the leading clubs and
\ has been greeted by full houses and hotels. He has Just returned froman

C.. all\ signs point towards the con- extensive tour of Canada and
tinued popularity of the program. has also played in New Zealandand

Rear Adm. Andrew C McFall1, chief of Naval Air Operational Training, reads the official citations Here's the schedule for the Au- Australia. While entertaining:
awarded five officers at the Jacksonville Naval Air Station at inspection ceremonies. The honored officers ditorium this week: i iFrldll"You're soldiers in Canada, Premier McKenzie -

and their awards are: deft to right* Lieut. Michel G. Emmanuel. Purple Heart; Lt. Air Medal;. Lieut. George H. Gay, Air Medal; Lieut. Theodore Lachman. Presidential Unit Citation, and :Mr. Smith," Allen Jones. ceremonies introduced him.
Lieut. Hurt W. Sperry Air Medal. Sunday "Northern Pursuit,' ROBIN ADAIR Beautiful
Errol I'jynn. young dancer whose sound technique -

Monday-"Dancing Masters", good showmanship and personality .
L. Adm. McFall Decorates Five Combat Heroes Laurel and liard,". have won her recognitionin
Tuesday -True to Life"', the few years she has been
Mary Marlin I dancing professionally. Miss Adair
J r: Rear Adm. Andrew C. McFall, : His citation states that."he completed ; the period from June 26 to July I Wednesday "Dr. Gillispie includes smt.rt, modern ballet numbers
,, chief of Naval Operational Training I successfully two extremely 23. 19";:." Crime ('allf'", Lionel Barry''mor.. : a Portuguese Fado done with
r' presented awards to five returned I hazardous mine-laying operationsin Lieut. Hill, who left New Mexico I Five cent chits for the picturesare cymbals and a fast Hungarian
." combat heroes at this a strongly defended enemy har- State Teachers' College in August on sale in blocks of 10 and czards in her routine. She ha
I ;. station last Saturday. The Inspection bor and contributed materially to 1941 to join the Navy, is at pres- : 20 all day at the bowling alley (tin toured this country with Ruth
. was held by Capt. Arthur : the sinking of five enemy de-'i ent an operational training In the recreation building> and dur- Paige, been the ballerina of the
1 Gavin, commandant.The : stroyers, three cargo vessels, and structor. He has only recently returned ing evenings at the Auditorium, Municipal Opera Company on a
Air Medal war awardedto to the severe damaging of one light to the United States from The pictures will start daily at six-week tour of Venezuela toured

': Lieut. George II. Hay, Lieut. i cruiser and three destroyers." I Munda, where he was on duty witha -- --- -- - -- 1 with the road show of "Rio Rita"
/ Hurt W. Sperry| and Lt. (jg) Lieut. Gay whose home is in torpedo squadron. Among other r Matinee I in which she was the ballerina, and
Jack C. Hill. Lieut. Theodore Houston. Texas, won his wings at achievements, his citation states Sunday ---I I closed a 23-week run at New
Lachman received the USS En- I Miami, Oct. 26, 1941, and has seen that "he took part in a successfulraid I 1 York's "Hurricane" club in July.
A matinee at 1130 has
terprlse Presidential Unit citation action in the Solomons area. Midway on shipping in a strongly defended Sunday ', II i MORT ABRAMS 17 year
been added to the Malnslde Au- |
and IJIf'ut.lIcllt'1 G. Kminanuel Guadalcanal and Munda, and enemy harbor, which was I thorium schedule to handle the I II I Ilarge old accordionist who has been performing -
the Purple Heart. I with the Tdkyo raid task force. pressed home despite determined crowds, it announced. professionally for five

Lieut. Gay, already famed as the I The Air Medal was awarded enemy resistance" ___ was____ __ years-playing club dates and hotels
sole survivor of the original Tor- Lieut. Hill a native of Silver City, | Lieut. Sperry's award was giv- n such as the Stevens, La Salle,
, pedo Squadron Eight's heroic 'attack New Mexico, "for meritorious en him for action in the Solomons 1300 1700 and 1930. The theater Sherman, Morrison in and around
'.. at Midway, was awarded the achievement while participating in i from Feb. 2. to March 6, 1943. "In will be closed as soon as the main Chlca week-ends while attending
", Air Medal for torpedo-bomber actions aerial attacks against the enemyas the face of tremendous anti-air- feature begins at the 1700 performance high school and summer resorts
..: ''j. hi the Solomon Islands during I pilot of a torpedo-bomber in craft fire," the citation reads, he and latecomers will not during the vacation period.

April to July of this year. I the Solomon Islands area dUI in;; C.nllnurJ on wife .-.-II be admitted. ----v ,
...' Lt. Raymond Forsberg, Assis-
Real I Veteran

* ?' Yeh Man Louis Armstrong To Play I Pearl Harbor Bond tant seating Welfare arrangements Officer, announcednew are in General H. H. Arnold Chief of j

' I ? effect. The balcony is reserved for the Army Air Corps, is the old
* At Station's Saturday Night Dance officers and rated men with guests. est active pilot in the world. He
\- Drive Is Launched I Non-rated men will be seated on qualified in 1911 with the Wright ;
I the main deck with the last row brothers
Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong, I
? reserved for colored personnel. -----" ---
world's highest paid colored musician -
Everyone is urged by Secretary The will be shownat
.. acclaimed the Inter- I new pictures Bonds, Pearl Harbor
now as I .r rir Buy on Day.
II I II of the Navy Frank Knox to buyan the Mainside Auditorium first :
national "Trumpet KingOf Swing", -
and his famous orchestra will fur- I extra War Bond on Pearl Har- appear the next night at the Stu- '

nish the music for the colorful I tI bor Day, 7 December."I dent Officers' Headquarters and Please Don'tDrool
will then be at
Thanksgiving Dance at the MainS declined for the Navy a request NATTCenter.The .

itlon Auditorium this Saturday II I- of the Secretary of the first new movie, "Girl:' Mac! .. p
'ht starting at 2030.: \ ...
All signs point towards a gala I Treasury to accept a $25,000,000tash Crazy," was wildly welcomed last
and the turnout resembleda Thanksgh lag: I)ay dinner i
evening with more f'I\lIIan girN ( bond quota for the Third Sunday
I Overflow crowds attended tables of Naval pt>r"lonr..1'iII
Premiere. -
than usual planning to attend War Loan drive in September,
number of n'\\'tS i Knox said "This action was taken the film fans an unsched- sport fragrant brown turkey
and large
n :;:
"' also expected. The dance Is forrnlMed because of a belief that our long uled special performance was givenat If you; place your orders at UieShip's

' (.. personnel and their range bond program, based upon 2130. Other new pictures The 'j Store Ashore meat market -
1 guests but seats will be reservedfor the allotment and payroll savings Iron Major, Sahara and Princess' now.
: officer "spectators In the I alC'lmy. plans together with the Pearl O'Rourke, also received an enthusiastic The SS.I1Il"at market Is taking -
Harbor cash sale estab- reception. orders for gobblers and
Colored will h. already
,' ,. accommodated I personnel in the upper tier lished, would produce more re'cnue Grade A short features and Lieut. J. 1'. Henderson, officerIn
during the calendar year." comics support the main attrac- charge, promises that you
seats in the balcony.Armstrong
,jif has been riding upon The Secretary of Navy added, tion and are popular with the navy ( will not go without the traditional
"Let's do this Navy job the Na'yway' "customers" who are now getting turkey tills ThanksgivingDay.
n huge wave of popularity brought !" shows on the Station before they I However, unless you r& .

I about by his performances in his:: Lot, A -m m) I ."-- -- are released to Jacksonville the- 1 serve a bird right now you maybe .
motion pictures "Artists and Models" r disappointed as ('U..tolUf'r'Mwhl
"Every Day's A Holiday". Rudy Vallc. r. Bin; Crosby and oth- Navy Button atres. --- -.- '- -! -- i ) place advance orders will
"Pennies From Heaven", "Goin' ers. He's played before the King i be given' priority.The .
1 Places", "Cabin in the Sky", and 1!', The Navy Department has auth- Ex-Leatherneck Names ;
I of England, nnd has toured from orized an honorable service button turkeys! will report| .
-e "Jam Session". l "aboard" (he. Station for dinner 1
Paris, Copenhagen, Geneva and : to be worn by those honorably discharged 'Infant "Marine
When Armstrong arrives with i iII j i Corps"The table dirty today and will rxn .
his topnotch: band he will bring II Vienna to Hollywood Chicago and I'I or placed on Inactive status Marine: Corps will always sold until Thanksgiving ilay.Over ...
his full quota of "awing"stars New York
along 100
will be issued with- a warm spot in the heart orders have already A
including' Ann Baker, Jimmy "Satchmo" won his fame and The buttons occupy been received. .
but three out cost to both officer and en- of George Kocher of Reading, :
and Joe Garland fortune as a trumpeteer
i At this writing It .
Jerson dazzler, who began his Sundays ago: ho appeared aa the 'listed personnel separated from Pa !
that the market wilt
star"on the "Chamber the service since 8 September, Kocher formerly served as a f
the bugle In the guest
: he able to obtain duck
New Orleans orphanage where he Music ot Lower Basin Street" radio 1939 and l will be available for distribution sergeant' with the Loathernecka. | I any orgeese \
'it I born recently. J nail so no order* are hf"I
When daughter
30 The a j
1st called the and scored a hit with after I
I program
'J wa woild's greatest up trumpet player by : his staffing of. "Ptetol Paclcin'Mama. design is the same as that recently Mr. and Mr. Kocher named I j In; taken for lhes fowl. t
Marine Kocher. --- -----
,. ouch stars aa Paul Whlteman, I : ." approved for the Army. the Infant .Corpe :. I '
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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS November 18, 1943


Everything From Soup WAVES' Leader Is Heard Over WJAX} Each Friday 1

To Nuts On Menu HereCream Jumped To CaptainMildred 1. .

of tomato soup
J (with croutons) H McAfee is the first
Celery Hearts Olives Pickles woman in United States Naval his L-: : -
toast Young Turkey tory to sport the four wide gold
Giblet gravy Cranberry !sauce stripes of a captain on her sleeve. _
Candied sweet )potatoes Muttered English peas" Captain McAfee, director of the
Sliced beets WAVES, was promoted from the ww.
Tomato anad lettuce salad rank of lieutenant commander
Assorted! candy Nuts Congress authorized the elevationlast
Hot mince pie a la mode week.

Coffee<< Milk Her new rank now matches that
That's not the bill of fare at the Ritz-Carlton, Mac; it's the of the Army's Colonel Oveta Culp
Thanksgiving Day "blueplate special" for the Jacksonville Naval Hobby, director of the WACS, on
'Air Station on Thanksgiving Day. whose shoulders silver eagles have
Lt. H. G. O'Keefe, Commissary Officer, announced the Station'smenu perched for more than a year.
for next Thursday's Thanksgiving dinner. Captain McAfee Is president on
And so thanks to Thanksgiving Day-and to William Brad. leave from Wellesley College.A .
ford, who, as governor of Plymouth in 1622 set aside one day number of lieutenants, includ
in November to give "thanksgiving unto the Lord"men serv- ing> the Assistant Director of the
ing Uncle Sam's Navy here are going to enjoy everything from Women's Reserve, Lt. Tova Peterson
soup to nuts on November 25.: Wiley, will be promoted to
----- .-- -- --.- ---- -, the rank of lieutenant commander
I These will all be promotions to
Tentative Plan For temporary rank, to continue onlyas
long as the officer is servingin .
1 a specific duty assignmentAll
Servicemen LoanA I: lieutenants (jg) who would '
have been eligible by reason of t

plan for lending $1,000 to returning length of service for promotion on '
servicemen to settle their I 1 October, 1943. will be promotedto ::- M' :- ,

debts came up on Capitol Hill recently -II I A young lieutenant, assigped to the rank of lieutenant. It is _
a new job at Air Forces that about officers
a possible forerunner of an school, expected 40 women
measures for even broader bene- I noticed that his secretary's telephone will be affected by this or- Yrt'R
I rang every morning about der.In .
fits.The loan bill has been referredto 11:45.: : She would answer, glanceat addition, certain other lieu
the house banking committee, the clock, announce the time tenants (jg) serving in particular <
with indications it will be kept and hang up. One day he asked billets calling for higher; rank ,
who it was that called. will be promoted. Henceforth pro- r
there until a more comprehensive,
aid program is worked out. "I don't know," the girl said' motions of ensigns and lieutenantsJg
The bill would permit the Re- "I never thought to ask. They ( ) of the Women's Reserve will
construction Finance Corporationto call and ask the time and I giveit be effected en bloc, at the same
underwrite loans made to honor- to them. time and on the same basis as

ably discharged servicemen by private The officer told her to check. similar promotions for men. ."
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lending institutions. Next day the girl questioned the V I Sebastian Pesce. PFC of the Marine Aviation Detachment, heard regularly
The loans would be for the proven caller Commercial Bulletin on the "Navy Wings" program over WJAX each Friday nightat
amount of the veteran's obli- "Its the base fire department.They FOR RENT I 2100. Before coming in the service was well known around Buffalo,
gations at the time of his discharge want to know the time so Three bedrooms 1506 Riverside A\e- N. Y., under the professional name of Don Sebastian.
but not exceeding 1000. they can blow the noon siren." nue. 77542. -.- -- -
They would bear 6 per cent interest I "Well how do you know our Upstairs master bedroom with steam! .. ----- ----
and be repayable in install- clock is right?" he asked! heat and hot water, In private home.
ments over a three-year period. "I don't," she said. "I've always 1406 Double Plnetrce) room.Road.3070 9-5327.Randall Street. 111.t A. O. T. C.Roundup Comedy Hit OpensIn
No security! indorsers, or co checked it against the noon siren." 2-8832 after 6 p. m.
makers would be required, the government Double bedroom with adjoining bath.
acting, in effect, as the 2.5224.Double room with private bath 4132 i Little TheatreA

veteran's indorser. Navy To Unveil Newest Marquette Avenue 25449. A Column Of News I II
While the bill may never get Suite of rooms, 1316 Donald Street, great success is predicted for

before the House, it was pointedout Torpedo Plane, SeawolfA 2-8276.Two single rooms toe men only, 4531 And Comment From i the famous comedy hit, "The Male
it has started some serious Park Street. 2-2581 after 6 p. m. Animal," when it opens a full
Congressional thinking along such new torpedo plane, the Sea- Corner master bedroom In private I Other Stations week's run tonight at the Little .
lines wolf, the most powerful of its home 3451 Remlnjiton. 2-2073.
Double room with kitchen and compete Theatre on San Marco. on the
type in the world, was announced 'I
home privileges, 1683 w'oodmere Southside.One .
recently by the Navy Department.It 2-9504. New Skipper
of the for the
will be built by Chance Vought Will share! home with congenial reasons expected :
MARRIAGESThirteen couple, 2-2869. I hit is attributed to the presence I
Aircraft Division of United Air-
Five room furnished house 8CKV1 Hawthorne Comdr. Tbomas A. Gray USN, I of Naval personnel in many
marriages were per- craft Corporation, 5-4070-J or 2-6611 from 4 'til 11. has assumed command of this Station of the leading roles. Three ef the I
formed on this Station during the The new craft is the product of FOR !SALE: Comdr. Gray was born at outstanding characters in this hilarious -
week of November 6 through November the same engineering staff which springs.Three piece Call! 8341 maroon after pallor 3 p. m.suit with Farmville, Va., in 1889. I show will be Ensign Robert
13. developed the Navy's famous Regulation Naval Officer a Top Coat. The new skipper was appointed I Dreher, stationed at Gibbs Shipyard
Vought F4U-1. Rear Adm. Ralph size 38 with removable Inner lining, an ensign in 1918 and he's been ':
They were: Nov. 6: E. Petty Officer Jack Cummins
practically Lt. Smith.I 4815 Iro-
Perry and Alice Marie Stratford; Davidson! Assistant Chief of the quols.. 2-4242 new.or Ext. Cecil Field 206. serving the Navy ever since. He I of this Station, and Barbara Sears,
Charles Bruoer and Mary Brankin; Bureau of Aeronautics, announcedthe 19-11 Chevrolet) Convertible Chief Gar- was recently inspector of Naval former broadway actress, whose
Leo Guertin and Cornelia Duncan; Seawolf is "eight tons of fight- field.1936 Ext.Tudor 564.Ford excellent condi aircraft at Consolidated Vultee husband a Lt. I jg), is at Green
Joseph Bonneau and Irene Adams; ing power Carrying a crew of tion. Call Ensign Emery Ext. 8549. Aircraft Corporation and inspector Cove Springs.
Nov. 8: Homer D. Wilkinson and three, pilot, gunner and radioman- Five room bungalow. 4659 Blount of Naval Aircraft at the Boeing Other service men from nearby
bomber, the Seawolf incorporates Avenue, Call 2-9057: between 6 and 9 Airplane Company.
Eleanor Preus; Nov. 9: Warren m. posts have important roles in "The
Troganoski and Patricia Gam- everything we have learned about 1941 Chevrolet Five Passenger ("ou pt', --- -'- Male Animal." and the entire stage,:
mage. 'I planes of this type." Lt.Ext. (jg 435.) J. E. Kenyon. Ext 8593 or Capt. Hughes Leaves was filled with uniforms at re-

Nov. 10: Paul J. Gibbs and --'. One late model Leasing Upright NAS hearsals.
Blanche A. Taylor; Richard Wat- Piano, excellent condition: $200.00. Lt. SANFORD, FLA.-Capt. Hundreds of Navy men and wo-
70,000 Women To Wear J. R. Gould. 4633 Blount Avenue. Massie Hughes,: who has been commanding men attended the first play of the
hall and Julietta Strole; Nov. 11 :
House full oC furniture Tech. Sgt.
officer here for the past
Patrick Murphy and Margaret Uniforms In '44 Blanton. 3421 A Ellyson Street, Dewey Little Theatre season last month
Navy year, has been detached. His suc-
Gray; Nov. 12: Allen J. Hutten- Park Ext. 8306. and enjoyed the quips and gags'; in
I Baby furniture and bedroom furnl- cessor has not been named. "Personal Even
berg: and Verne Marie Esiason; The WAVES originally plannedfor tuie, call 2-3567 -- Appearance. more
Richard A. Bower and Marga only 10,000 enlisted women I Corona Portable Model 4 Typewriter. are expected in the audience of
Hoist; Nov. 13: Alfred E. Schlreg and 1,000 officers, tot after one $37.50." Major Manwaiing, Barracks Thanks Boss "The Male Animal" this week, and
I .
"II Ext.
und Frances Wechfelberger: Ray- year it totals 27,000 members, the I 1937 Pontiac, $500.00. 1087 Wolfe I NAS, MIAMI, Fla. Captain 'I the comedy already looks like a
mond W. Burke and Barbara Lee Navy Department announced. Street, 2-3158. Harry D. Felt, commanding of- record breiker since it contains
Tanner. By the end of 1943 there will be WANTKI: TO RI'"' I ficer, received the following post- I two of the funniest scenes ever
I I 48,000 Navy women and by June on Baby Station.buggy Telephone 2-070ti. Live I card from Bristol, Pa., last week: enacted upon a stage, as well as

of 1944 the Navy expects to have -..... "Dear Sir: Having a swell timeon some more serious moments.
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the Pearl Harbor i I
Slap Yap Day-
Buy Bonds! 70,000 women in uniform. I leave and thanks to you. I'll "The Male Animal" was oiigi-
I Senate Committee OK's be glad to get back to work. One j nally a Broadway hit voted one
I II of John !! of the 10 best plays of 1940 by the
your crew, S. Ventriglia
know Your Planes, Gunners! I Vote For Armed ForcesThe I S2c." | New York critics. It later became

Plans have been approved for a successful movie, starring Henry
U. S. Senate Elections com-I two gala Christmas parties, cost-: '!; Fonda, Jack Carson and Olivia tie
1'tr ?r--'Th; mittee by a vote of 12 to ing up to $3,500, to provide officers -: Haviland.The .
approved a bill providing a uniform and enlisted men and their-J I play runs through Saturday.
M method for members of the families the biggest Yuletide recre- ,' Best seats are available :
armed forces and merchant marine | anon program they have ever en-I:j Friday and Saturday. tonllh.
to vote their choice for President (joyed here. The announcement i sonnel are admitted at price,
next year. I was made by Lieut. C. D. Campbell I' and buses 21 and 31 run close to
The bill would set up a blfaru-i Welfare and Recreation Offi the theatre.
san war ballot commission .
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cer. A total of $3,000 has been
appointed Army by the and President Navy adminis-to supervise -I alloted for a party for enlistedmen i The Curtiss C-76. military transport
and officers and another $500 is built of wood.
tration of absentee voting by memo will be
spent on a celebration for i
bers of the armed forces. If the the children of all Naval personnel I 4--
1 bill becomes law, it will permit stationed here. Slap the Jup on Pearl llaibor D"y-
,- s\ W lCH sailors, soldiers, And others In foreign Buy Bonds! s
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battle areas as well as those

serving in this country but outside BELIEVE IT OR NOTS IN AVIATION j
their own state, to mark an Absen- : '
tee ballot for President Senate

and the House__of Representatives. 1 Robert Itipley, the man Mho ling proven that truth U stranger;
*. than fiction, tells about. .
New Flare The strange coincidence at Pearl Harbor. During the hcm.l ard-
Lights Up ment an Hawaiian airline DC-3 plane was hit fly a Jap explore ....)
Bomb Targets For Allies set on fire, but a minute 'later a machine gun bullet struck' the
I valve of the fire extinguisher anti put out the fire

Fire at Xo. 21! It's the Japanese Nut at :No 1! It's the Grumman LONDON (CNS -A super One million square< feet of blueprint paper are needed for the
F6F-3 Hellcat, a low mid-wing, flare -a new "target indicator" sketches of u Hoeing "'J InK Fortress, .
Sento Ki. 01, a low-wing) single- single-seat Navy fighter designedas which may be seen by night: or Major Alexander: ()f' \f'n.l4y shot down 1H German planes after
Mat Navy fighter, powered by a a carrier or land based plane.It day from the substratosphere his nun leg wan shot off. ,
Radial engine. It has a rounded has a cigar shaped! fuselage. through: almost total cloud, has ('harl4' A. Lorher has crossed, the Atlantic 84 time and t
fuselage and elllptically shaped Wings taper to square cut tips. "Pathfinder" planes drop thebeen I'arlfto 22 times but he' peter been on a steamship, II"',, cal...
wings. The tailplane is also elliptical The tailplane also is tapered andIt developed for Allied planes lain of a I'un-American Clipper| ,
; flares colors of which changedfor Tapn K. II. Lee of United Airlines In 1941 flew than
and has a single: fin and rud- has a single! fin and rudder. Holdit ) are more
the each raid to prevent the Germans S.OOO.OOO miles without! having A single atx-Ment, not even scratchIng
der. Blast it from I sky.!
Lester Ott. from faking them. the paint on any plane he piloted..
Courtesy Harcourt, Bruce & Co., publisher Aircraft Spotters by

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November 18, 1943 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

I Recruit Center Awarded Pennant 1 1F

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Bad News For Hitler And Tojo In QUESTIONS "l

1. A book on how to play the .o\C.W

New Supply Department GuidebookBy I Various chapters positions by in Bill baseball Dickey included '

h_ Hank Greenberg Paul Derringer, ....
Ens. 1G.. flanges and Mel Ott. Which position did
C02, Shop 14, is still actively recruiting *
(Supply Dept) each know most about
for the United States
Can you imagine Hitler and Coast Guard Port Security Force. 2. The Marine Corps celebratedits
Tojo getting excited and dazed Men and women who want to serve I 168th birthday last Wednes
over a barrage of weapons such their country during this national. day. What is the name of the officer
as carrots, plane parts, pens and emergency are urged to join the who is at present leader of
typewriters? We can-and so can large force of A and R personnelwho the U. S. Marines: (General Van-
alt the rest of the Supply Depart- have already joined the CoastGuard dergrlffM (General Holcomb),
ment gang! (General Pershing), (General
It those sentiments that Patton).
was Just ,
Orchids to the "smiling Marine"I 3. These cities are the capitalsof ,11' '
were expressed to the entire per- I ""'""" 5tI
at the Main Gate. few "
Quite a men
sonnel what states: Hartford, Spring-
of the
Supply Departmentthis .
have commented favorably
in A. and R. I
week in the form of a guide- toe Marine who field, Tallahassee. Bismark, Olympia -
book or handbook entitled "Supply I about Jefferson City and Dover? The first War Bond Honor Pennant to be awarded to Naval Per.
Daze." This handbook which was greets them" with a cheery "good Get five out of seven. I sonnel at this Station was presented to Lieut Comdr. John L. Rhodes,
distributed to each and every civ morning. The atmosphereof I 4. If you saw a Naval officer USN (Ret.), officer-in-charge of the Recruit Center, by Captain
than employee affiliated with Sup- the shop has been lifted by that" with one two inch stripe and two Arthur Gavin, USN, commandant, Saturday morning. The White pen.
ply activities has been assembledIn morale building "good morning. ',a inch stripes above it, what nant which is decorated with blue stars represents more than 90 per
a manner similar to the "Sense" Good morning to you Mr. Marine, rank would he be? .. cent participation in War Bond allotments by the Recruit Center which
pamphlets published by the Bureau and good luck. 5. Let's pretend you're flying went far over the minimum requirements by reaching a percentageof
of Aeronautics. That there are plenty of lovers from New York to Los Angelesand 98. Shown here are, left to right: Lieut. Comdr. Rhodes, Lt. (jg)
In the October issue of the Read- ,! of good music on the Station was that you start out at 6 a. m Walter W. Liddell, Recruit Center Educational and War Bond Officer,
ers Digest, they so aptly said of shown by the attendance recently and arrive at 9 p. m. that same and Ensign Helen Clemson, Main Station assistant Bond officer
the Sense books that instruction I at the Don Cossack Concert in a day. Now, on the return trip you'll:
Jacksonville hotel. High ranking start out at 6 a. m., too and fly
books aped not be dry, monotonous
tomes. We think likewise And I officers, service men, many with, at the same rate of speed. At what If Popeye The Sailor Man
while you can hardly call this campaign stripes, were all there. time will you arrive in New York ?
civilian "NavyRegs" I All who attended, without exception -i 6. What is the total number of
masterpiece a
it's awful nice to know were transported to realms of published Shakespearean plays? Had Teeth Frank Endres
what's expected of you on your I thrilling experiences in the.soundof Check the correct figure: (14) (21) ,
war job. It's especially nice when this mighty organ-like group of (37)) (43).
you can find it out in an informal human. voices. 7. America's favorite sports of
Still Be A BachelorThe
manner Instead of being con- -- --cS- baseball, basketball, ten pin bowl- Might
fronted with a long list of "do's PEHSONNEL RELATIONS ing and golf are played with balls,
and dont's" or a list of sixty Uy Mrs. Walter Lynch but can you pick the circumferences -
of the balls used in the four secret of Popeye's phenomenal strength at the theatre box:
million references to pursue. Mrs. Myrtis Teate spent the past games from these figures. 50 office does not lie in a can of spinach and the power that makes
Many clever illustrations empha- week-end in Atlanta, Georgia vis- inches, 30 inches, "27 Inches, 15 Superman faster than a speeding bullet Is not concealed in a magic
size the slightly salty tang of the
iting relatives. inches, nine inches and five inches? robe.
script. The front cover done in 8. Every sailor should take pridein I It's the artistic talent of the motion picture cartoonists that
three colors-black, green and tan Since things are more or less knowing how to make the knots animates Popeye and Superman and brings these favorite comic
shows our enemy leaders tryingto "quiet on the PRD-LB front", we ordinarily used in our modern characters to the screen with such
dodge the aforementioned weapons would like to submit the following One of the men who
Navy. Is this statement true or success. eye is a simple series of circles-
while the back cover portrays poem which was received by one false: The overhand knot Is usedIn drew the Popeye and Superman just a few quick strokes andyou've
\ a well dressed "white collar" girlas I of the girls in the office, from making ether'knots and Is never cartoons for the movies is Frank got him," the cartoonist ex:
contrasted with the brazen hus- I Ensign Joseph Eugene Dyer, USN., used alone? Endres, now a third class avia- plains.
sy whose mind is definitely not on who was stationed here for a few 9. James M. Cox was the unsuc- tion machinist mate at the Superman, who can leap the

her business._._ months last summer. cessful presidential candidate in NATTCenter here. highest buildings, etc., etc., etc.
--- --- Thank God for America my Home, 1920 and Alfred E. Smith was the Before Frank enlisted in the is harder -to animate Endres
and though I leave it behind next loser for the White House Navy, he drew animated cartoonsfor says it is "because he is basedon
Missionary Duties Forever there goes with me a bit of job. Can you name the next three nine years. However, the Job a human character rather thana
Home in heart and mind. Republican candidates who were of animating characters on the cartoon character; the actions of
Home where peaceful valleys lie defeated by President Franklin D screen is much more complex than humans are too fine for animation
Remove Mrs. Hinson 'neath God's canopy of blue; Roosevelt? just sitting down with a paint while cartoon characters are always .
Home where majestic mountains 10. An early American explorer brush and sketching figures. exaggerated.
beckon to me and to you; might have penned these lines to "Roughly, it takes about 173: The man who puts the words In
From A And R Shop Home where the road wanders idly while away time on a long voyage, people" to make one Popeye cartoon Popeye's mouth is Jack Mercer, a
through farmlands fresh and but we'd have to translate them explains Endres. "Car- short, little fellow who is to The
By TonI Quinn green from Spanish if he had. Who was i toons are produced on a sort Sailor Man what Edgar Bergen is
Mrs. Lucy N. Hinson of Shop 14 Home where purple shadows, deepen lie? of assembly line process. WhenI to Charlie McCarthy. Olive Oil is
C02, who has been performing her under darkness' soft screen; I d7'lrof'n' to be old and was doing animation there Mrs. Mercer, or Mrs. Popeye. She
duty faithfully for some time left Home where the brook runs So some water to 8straWlY: were four of us working the married Popeye nee Mercer, after
All trace of that old rheumatic
recently for Cuba where she will quietly through wooded paradise; And make myself young and pain handsome actual drawings. The others they started working together.
be a missionary. She will be greatly Home where a free land is bright- again.ANSWERS were photographers colorers, Incidentally, Endres says Mrs.
missed by her many friends who ened by a golden sunrise; ( ARE PRESENTED musicians, arrangers, directorsand Mercer used to be the voice for
wish her Godspeed. I Home where schoolyards are fur- ON PAGE 8) so on." Betty Boop, too.
Chester O. Beers, AMM2/C, A. O. rowed by happy feet at play; ------ Superman may be the Good "Oddly enough" declares Endres,
Shop 28 and Miss Sally Castle be- Home where the dignified sunflower items about you or your family. Samaritan in the newspapers and "the basic situation of all comedy
came Mr. and Mrs. on Sunday, Oct. nods a cheery "Good Morning"to What about that new baby, the movies, but it was Popeye, the is cruelty. When somebody else
31. Chaplain Johnson officiated. you; fellow or "gal" who may be homeon Sailor Man, who introduced Frank gets hurt-you laugh. It's not fun.
Guests were: Mrs. Chester Beers, Home where roses smile sweetly leave, or maybe a good story Endres to his wife. ny to me if I get hurt, but take
I Hoscoe Crum, John Sheldon and 'mong sparkling jewels of dew; from overseas. Let's make for the "When I first started cartoon- for instance if you were to suddenly
Dolores Vollmer. Home here a God-fearing people Jax Air News a very real readable ing I drew a scene giving Pop get tangled up in a rope and
4. We are glad to see the smiling pray that Peace will reign again; column. It is up to you. eye teeth, which was obviously a fall off the sidewalk. I'd probably
\ countenance of R. W. Burke, machinist Home where these people await us, Last week the folks In Shop 22 mistake," says! Frank. "One of the laugh."
in maintenance power and curse the war for its fault; gave a wiener roast honoring a girls in the coloring departmentcalled There are many tricks in the
plant, who has been ill for the past Home-where I cannot go, becauseof very favorite and popular mem- me up about it. I went in cartoon trade. For example, En.
four months. He is looking and this massive vault.A ber of their group, Mrs. Mary Rath- to explain my mistake and found dres says:
feeling like a million dollars, and vault of steel Barbara which bun, who has since then left the department a pretty little blond who was very "When a building explodes or
still full of the old "blarney"and Has me in its sway, to join her husband, Jack worried about Popeye's teeth I caves in, animation is exceedingly
we like it. Come in and see us Where it goes I will go, and whereit Rathbun, in Pensacola, Fla., where decided the situation needed more difficult if you have to make every
more often, R. W. rests, then there I stay. Mr. Rathbun is manager of the explanation than could be done piece of debris react separately. SoI
R. K. Lambing, AMG of Shop But it is a bit of Americaa WCOA radio station, in that city. during office hours so I asked her always liked to cover all that detailed
28, is quite proud of his stepson, child of the land of the Free About 40 friends attended the if she'd care to discuss Popeye's action with a screen of
Naval Aviation Cadet Jerome And as long as I stick by her, farewell party and during the teeth over a steak. Well, I took smoke and then, when the smoke
Dodge, who is taking the V-7 America is here with me. evening a lovely matched set of her to dinner-but we never got clears away, there's your build.
course at the University of South May we always do our Duty to gold ear rings and pin was pre- around to talking about Popeye.I'm ing-a complete wreck.
Carolina. Cadet Dodge has been in that Land wherever we sail sented to the honor guest, with married now because I put Then again we may cover
school one and one-half months And Barbara, deep within me, Andy McPherson making the pre- teeth in Popeye by mistake. If I action with music. For Instance
and has been swimming instructor, I know we cannot fall; sentation. Very personable Mary had drawn gums I might still bea a bear chases Popeye towards a
CPO in his platoon, and has passedall 'Cause she is the best ship In the will be greatly missed by all who bachelor." rllff. Popeye runs right off
exams to date with n mark of Fleet-the best fleet ever since know her and wish for her much Endres likes Popeye also be- the cliff but the bear stops on
S 32. His brother, Ruggles Dodge, birth- happiness in her new surroundingsIn cause he is easier to draw "Pop- the edge to watch. You can
Is in the A and R Radio Dept. With the best people standing be- the new town. --- (Imagine what's happening hv
Aviation Chief Metalsmlth and hind us in the damn best country I 'Tis not good to be losing so shift, but you can't know how the -expression:: on' the I eIar'a
Mrs. E. R. Rogers announce the on earth. many shipmates from Shop 22, and grand it was Monday morning, and face-and the music! going! _
birth Oct. 28, at 2035 of a son, -By Ens. J. E. Dyer, USN. II one who'll be very much missed, is every day since then, to see again Zoooooooo-boom! And Popeye
Richard Alan Rogers, at St. Vin- -% 3j i the likable young Chief G. W. some of the folks of other days, lands with a terrific crash. The
cent's Hospital. "What is so unusual I1ANCK FRIDAY NIGHT Beaver. In proving their admira- and pleasant working hours It is music saves drawing! In the de 1
about this Baby?" I asked By Pat tie Fontaine Bennett tion and respect for this young Just "plum good" to be alive among tailed action of the fall"
Chief Rogers. Said the chief, "He's man the members of the shop gave so great a number of sincere "ALL ---
mine--hair as white as cotton All the service men of the M him a very handsome wrist watch AMERICANS". If we keep the
sky blue eyes, weighs 6 lbs. and and M division are invited to attend I with the presentation being made faith, we wiH win this fight for Are you A Bath Tub'Singer
5 ounces. Favorite sport chow a dance'on Friday the 19th9 I by Lt. Comdr. 11. E. Benfleld. in freedom for all peoples. ? Join Choir *
time. Ambition-to be just like to 1-being given by the Tele- I his usual inimitable manner. "Bon Everyone in the A and R regretsthe
daddy. Oh yes, my wife had the phone Co., employes in the Mayflower Voyage, Chief give them what absence of their very popular There Is a very fine choir at AH
baby. Hotel. Tickets may be pur- they have asked for, and hurry metal & machine foreman, L. W. Saints' Chapel, in case yoir haven't
Ben Schwartz, aviation metal- chased at the Roof Garden. home to that nice family of yours, "Mickey" Reese. It seems a shame heard, and there is still room for
smith from Shop 23 who seven Everyone in Shop 23 sympa- and your scores of friends. that if he HAS to be away, that I more singers in this choir. If
weeks ago became the proud father thizes with you, Neuner. But cheer Gerald C. McLeod, Shop 22, is It can't be a more pleasant leave, you have done any singing and
of Lila Schwartz, now has up, the worst is yet to come for stepping very high these days, than illness (Fishing & hutftln' would like to join this choir, see
further cause to be proud. His thee. We hear your fiancee arrived since the arrival a few days ago, f'r instance). We know that he is SpWlc( ) Frank Marsteller in his
country has called him to take up Tuesday and by. Saturdaya of a very petite daughter, whomhe having the best of care, and hopeto office at the Chapel, Mustin and
arms for the defense of all that Benedict you will be. and the Mrs. have named Pa- see him back on the job at an Birmingham Roads. Rehearsals
he calls sacred. He reported to Your reporter, enlisted and civilians tricia, and we understand they are early date, with his usual cheer- are held Monday and Thursday;
Camp Blanding Nov 12, for induction is on the job at the desk in planning to call her "Patsy". How fulness, in spite of the many responsibilities evenings at 1900 in the Chapel.
\ Good luck, Ben. Shop 23: "A" shift, and will be nice! and with his dark %JQJ MMMH MMM
r Sammy (R. 1\:.) Samuelson in pleased to have interesting news Your reporter loves the night eyes, snapping, as he "carries on". Buy Bonds on Pearl Harbor Day: .



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<_ : A.IR NEWS Is published weekly bt1hee U. S.
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Relations Office at no expense to the Eovernment. Copies
a are distributed free of charge to enlisted I and other Naval
|( personnel at the Naval Air Station, the auxiliary air
r stations at Lee and Cecil Fields and the Naval: Air Gun,, Divine Service
11 ner's School. Distribution Is also made to the Headquarters

and the Naval: Air Naval Technical Air Operational Training Training Center. Command By Commander It. K. Marken, (ChC), USN

commanders vessels and naval stations
USN "The
Rear Admiral< Andrew C. McFall.
Chief of Naval Air Operational Training.. to which chaplains are attached shall cause divine
t service to be performed on Sunday whenever the
Gavin, US-:.
Captain Commandant Arthur weather and other circumstances allow It to be

Jacksonville Naval Air Station done; and It Is earnestly recommended to all officers
and others In the naval service
1-- seamen,
Captain John J. O'Malley (*tC). USN.
!l Commanding Officer diligently to attend at every performance of the
U. S. Naval Hospital I worship of Almighty God."
The above is Article 2 of Chapter 1 In the United
Commander Edward E. Dolecek.
Commanding Officer! States Navy Regulations. The second regulation
Naval Air Gunner1 School. governing the naval service deals with the worship

Lieut. Col. Chester L. Gawre. USMC (Ret), -Almighty God.. Our government, since its early
Commanding Officer. c3 reIuI beginning has recognized the importance of religion
Marine Barracks in the lives of its people. It Is so recognized in
Constitution. A belief In God was so prominentin
Captain Joseph B. Lynch. A-VG) USNK.
Commanding Officer the lives of the fathers of our nation that they
Naval Air Technical Training Center placed the term "In God We.Trust" upon our coins.

LJeut Col. William T.:" Evans USMC (Ret), George Washington once implied In a statementthat
Commanding Officer. the absence of a chaplain in a regiment reflects W;
Marine Aviation Detachment dishonor upon that regiment, and that common

CommanderVllllam H. Ashford. Jr., USN. decency requires the presence of a chaplain. This
Commanding Officer perhaps, was a recognition of the value of religion
Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Green Cove Springs V79JThe It," 'T'T' rt'" u.re OWl in the morals and idealisms of men.

/; Commander William O. Burch. USN, ._ The Navy Department has provided this Station
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Commanding Officer with the services of Protestant Catholic and a
: Naval Auxiliary: Air Station Cecil Field Jewish chaplain. Services-for the mt'n and women

The JAX AIR NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Service Sailor's Eyes Were of the Christian Science faith are amply taken care
material. Republication of credited matter prohibited of by a representative of that faith, every week on
; without permlsklon of CNS. War Department 205 E. this Station.
i 42r>d.St.. N. Y. C. : Your chaplains are here to nerve jou and to bringto
RememberIn Shining Strange Light dot thel'lrltual help they ran... Often men and
women In the! armed er\lce, perhaps for the first
less than three weeks Americans everywhere From The North IslanderThe line In their lives' arc outside the Influences of the
will be called upon again to remember. mine. They forget their religious; duties and become -
to their inherent I other evening a sailor boarded the street care were on. He Indifferent to the rail of the church. Let us
It will not only be anappeal had great difficulty getting aboard. His walk was unsteady as he made remember that often t'xtrf'nH'IIhprty' brings dlsister. -
; patriotism but to their self-respect as decent I his way down the aisle to a seat just vacated. No one stepped forward .

( human beings. to aid him as he faltered. We were glad he went his way unaided. Hundreds of letters are addressed to our chap-

rihe day, of course, is Pearl Harbor Day. I His eyes were shining with a light we had never seen in one so young; plains both afloat and ashore by the anxious fath-
when Nation a light, we felt, that said, "Don't be afraid I'm not!" The down on ers and mothers concerning their sons and daugh-
( That day two years ago a his apple-cheeked face was youngster fuzz. His smile held none of the
I ers. They realize how easy it Is for their sons and
} which had been befriended and modernized, silly, gushing spread of youthful giddiness. It was.a friendly purposeful daughters to drift away from God. They know that

stabbed the very people who had made their I smile. if that son and daughter keep up their church attendance .
transformation from a backward, feudal' In spite of his young: age of eighteen or nineteen. his extreme youth and obligations and prayer life, they will
had been tempered by the steel of life; cold, hard, factful steel; The i
nation possible. Truly be far better able to weather the storms that may
state into modern ,
4 a awkward ambling of puberty had been suddenly straight-jacketed to come their way.

j always precise coordination of manly movement.The I Thus, to us. your chaplains the Navy Department -
unified demeanor of his body bespoke itself of a boy: who had
I has given the task of kt'eplnalive:: the idealism -
it has sig- turned out well and whose graduation to the responsibilities of good and the and
To us in the Navy even more principles conduct of living given
nificance. Pearl Harbor is essentially a citizenship had been a valedictorian farewell.to boyhood: to you by a Godly father and mother. A chaplainwho
As we sat there in the street car so close to this young: man, we is real
a chaplain is the best elder brother
naval base and it was our ships which suf- whispered to ourselves a verse from a pOf."m.And have this
you on Station. Come and see us. Attend -
fered the most damage and the heaviest as he left the street car we are not ashamed to have you know the services of your church and remember the
battlefronts of that tears blurred our vision. Yes tears of admiration, of respect. But
casualties. On the far-flung chapels on this Station are your church now.
deeper and fuller than those, there were tears of promise and determi-
I the Pacific, our shipmates are dishing out nation, wrung from our hearts, that never shall he lose his glory as

: to the sneaky Japs and reminding them of one of the "so few to whom so many owe so much!" I Divine Services I

that day. But what about us here in Jacksonville It was a determined promise made with fidelity to fulfillment,

j ? How can we best "remember Pearl as amateurishly swung past us on his clutches, his right trouser .
leg neatly folded up in honor of his contribution to the American way. ) '..I".n& f Chapel: Mu"tln toad and lilrmlnghim Avrnnf.
Harbor? .. ()J734-toly Communion.
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OA: }- RC<'l"ult Divine service
: By working harder than ever, of course. ((.t0-.Training Center Divine service
But there is still another way. Buy Bonds. A Pilot's Ten Commandments ( *>-:Sunday; :School; I (small chapel).
1100 General Divine service.
What better could the American people 18-13-VE'lInl'I'
way The columns of "The of the keno, Xt''al1Arm "ervlre
Flyer, publication
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rules Chapel: Mnitlii Road and Bfrmlncham Atenne.iKJO .
remind the military caste which Japan Air Base, list "A mot's Ten Commandments. Here they are: -Maw.

that they are solidly united on smashing the 1. Seat thyself well upon the fifth vertebra, leaving not thy fingerprints Qfa1Tass.(1530Mass; ..

Nipponese treachery once and for all, than on the controls, and chewing not on thy fingernails. (*."*--M a s! ..
all they possibly can in U. S. 2. Know thy instruments, for they are the true and appointed HOO-Mai.
by investing
prophets. I Avenn'e"1"1' :SrlB" !S"'I Itt'S Kiinlln Road and Itlrmlnghim

:War Bonds? 3. Follow the indications of thy instruments, and verily the.airplane 1100- :Small; chapel.Jeulkli .
Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox has will follow along, even as the tall follows the sheep. !Service: Mnilln Road and HrinlB! h.m Af'DueIm
I advised this Station that "no quotas are as- 4. Do not stick out thy neck a foot; stay within the confines of thy ( -ll ,'hs"C'H.1700Sabbtlh.

I signed. However I suggest -that each com- ability; and thou shalt live to a happy old age. :"*]**}-Sabbath service service\ ((Friday.. .
5. Know the appointed words and approved methods; so If thy neck < 1 -Devotions (Saturday).
I mand establish its own goal by determining ,drapeth out thou shalt be able even unto thyself to place same in its ICKiO--Devotions) (Sunday) Cecil Field

is I the volume of cash sales that would result proper place upon t'.lY shoulders.
from the purchase of at least one bond by I "6. Follow thy radio beam; for their ways are the happy ways and
uniformed and civilian I will lead to the promised landing. From Other Papers I
every person ( per-. 7. Listen carefully, yea verily, to the signal impinging on thy eardrum -
sonnel)." for sometimes they seem to have the tongues of snakes and will

t So,' you see its left up to your own con- cross up toy orientation, to the sad state where thou must ask Heaven Experienced Recruit

e peience.8 to how much you can do to make itself for guidance.
the Japs remember Parrl! Harbor. But by 8. Assume not neither shalt thou guess, that thy position is such, Although now a recruit, Lacy Manley, a memberof
but prove to thine own satisfaction such is the case. Co. 1589. has had-his baptism of fire and bombing -
buying at least one War Bond on Pearl 9. Boast not neither brag; for surely Old Devil Overcast shall write as well as having! destroyed a Jap plane. All

Harbor Day, you can be sure that ;you are such words in his book, and thou shalt, some day be called for an this happened, of course, before he entered the

; 'doing enough. accounting. Navy and was attached to the Sabotage Guard
\ l -_-, 10. Trust not thy seat (of thy pantsbut follow thy instruments; with the Army at Wheeler Field Hawaii.-GREAT
read and truly interpret the word as given from thine instrument LAKES BULLETIN.

New Movie Policy board; know that the responsibility lieth not with the hand that rocks --- --
Officers and men on this station now have the control column but in the mind that directs the hand and thou Father. Son
shalt be blessed with a long and happy life.
the opportunity to see first run motion pictures -, I .
While Bluejacket 1430, Zio
before Robert R. Rice Co.
30 days they are
approximately BreezesSalty 111., is in boot training in Camp Maury, his fatherF.
, released for civilian use. This change in = B. Rice, CGM, is instructing at the Gunnery

I policy will undoubtedly receive the enthusiastic Humor From Here And There Service School here His father is a veteran of the
l support of all hands who have been last war and son' Robert is already proving his
Navy adaptability, having been ACPO of
forward to this event for some time.
1 looking Jut Three Second Marine: "What do youmean his company.-GREAT LAKES BULLETIN.
. The fact that a charge of a nickle per "We're nointj to 'again'?" I
person has to be made should not dim the have i a s\icU time tonight, honey. Marine": "I felt like it yesterday Big Parade

bright prospect of seeing the newest pictures 1'\'e three tickets for the movie." 100.Those -
" before the people in downtown Jacksonville. Girl\ Friend: "But why three Chicago's great Navy Day parade. Which thrilled
thousands in the Loop on the morning of 27 October
}{t J'here is no doubt that all of us realize the seats? "Oneor your fro Yankees Included an impressive representation from
extra cost involved in showing the latest her for mother, and During recent mancuvtra In Mis- NAS Glenview.
I one your
I movies and therefore the monetary exchange one for your kid brother." mippi, a company filed by on old At the official reviewing:: stand at City Hall it
darkie uho shaded his and
eyes was reviewed by Rear Admiral Randall .Jacobs,
t.. involved should not in any way mar our That's DifferentMesa watched the troops yo by mffc abroad Chief of the Bureau of Naval Personnel, and other
( enjoyment of them. and toothlees giin. "Do The men responsible for this transition Sergeant (excitedly) : gone," he cackled, "you yontw git Captain George C. Montgomery.-EXHAUST, NAS,
i "Who put those flowers on the dem Yankees die time" Glenvicw, ill.
in movie policy are to be complimented for able 7"Orderly

I making it possible. It has taken a certain : "The captain."

I amount of work and persistance to accomplish Mess Sergeant: "Pujdy, ain't He Contributes Navy Film

I. it and now that it has been realized, we they?" Proud Oceanic Traveler: "I am "Japan, the People" and No. 2 in the series on
author. I to the
an contribute "At-
the "The War" will be shown next week in
: mutt give it our complete support. For that Same1t'e'Jlng lantic Monthly." Navy Blue fact-film series presented by Visual Ai!ta

is the only way that the whole idea can be ]Marine: "1 feel like felling that Green-faced Friend: 'Thooeyj! ItOntribute Ground School.-TUB FLYING JAYHAWK, Olat

ilJ-(. continued I sergeant where to get off again' ( to the Atlantic! dally" K8.DM8. .

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a How do like the
you autograph. -- -- --
ed picture of Joan Leslie at our cheapskate I ; f
right today, mates She sent us Second Sailor: What do you f,; 'ff
nine others which you will find on mean, cheap you're the one ,
display in the show case in front that's a miser, refusing me a meas- "<
of the main station recreation ly five cents. > "

building Right where you buy First Sailor. Why I never heard : : k/

your tickets for the movie, of such a thing, to think,that .
(Slow curtain as both get hotter ',

Incidentally, Sidney Skolsky, and hotter under the color). p 6 x
Hollywood columnist, writes In the ACT II

Chicago Sun that our pin-up girl, (The two sailors are still
Joan Leslie, is not only going to argu-
ing as the curtain goes up),
play the lead in "Cinderella Jones," Second Sailor: I see no reason
but she is also the subject of a why couldn't
you pay my
A.fan magazine article" entitled "I'm First Sailor: I never heard of ,
WI Cinderella such a thing in my life, (Reaches
into his pocket for a coin). I
An Ensiyn has already received Second Sallorr Ah, ah, you're
a Christmas( present. It came in a going to pay eh vat ? -
', vertsmall package and in spite of First Sailor: (Looking at coin : '.
.I what they say about nice things in hand). This is the only change' '.. i ,
: coming small packages, it turned Igot.adime. .'" j.
;l t(. out to be nothing more than a Second Sailor: (Quicker than to i ;'
: jacks i/e' Flash Gordon ever dreamed of .
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going anywhere he rushes to his f.. I
I Another young officer was the locker. Hurriedly he opens it and .'. ,. ., happy recipient of Southern fried comes flying back First Sailor .f; .
r chicken via the mail. All present watches him perplexed.First '- ... ,
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when he opened the package/ will-' Sailor. Now what? '_ I IiI"
"::; ingly lent their tasty appetites to ,(I.. #. "
Second Sailor: Veil, if you only .; '
...; the occasion. Not bad, not bad at got a dime. I can change it. ;- ', -'.. l

.y all, mates. Here's two nickels. M7.4 : ;!
First Sailor: Why, you lousy .
>J Even in the Navy It'* ladies!'
first, When a pay line formed (THE CURTAIN COMES DOWN ; .
.. In the Administration Annex the WITH A TERRIFIC BANG) \t. :ri

''E' other morning::, the WAVES just Note: This actually happened, 5 Yrah
', naturally took their placer in
mates, but we won't embarrassthe A
.;",1' front of It and actually got "Second Sailor"' by telling

4 paid! you who IIP really 1'1.
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,'j. Showing the latest movies on Say, mates, if you're looking for
.J the station before they are released some new entertainment, we have
for use downtown has certainly -' been informed that a miniature ;\ ? y Ai
received the enthusiastic golf course will be open Saturday : y 3 rt
,r" support of all hands. Last Sunday night. It is known as the Shady
they, had to run three shows in Oaks Miniature Golf Course and is t
; I' order to accommodate all the located at Pearl and 36th St. Thisis
t.. crowd. A nickle is a Lot better than not a paid advertisement but : ? P .a
44 cents Itsn't it. mates ? just an aid to some of you who- ,1'

; are looking for something differentto /....
} The pistol parkin' mamma of do when you go on liberty. /'* ",.". :....... O/ &"
;t' the Station Is Yeoman Cooper, a I I JOAN
WAVE in the Main Station personnel LESLIE
'1 office. She (is an expert shot SMOKIKS: -Mleht' hp:0011/
and has national' Iclt'1to call Don Kolli, "Howling ,
l' placed high in
the President. friend to
Sgt. Harold Gary, come up and eat thrice
.;. events several: times. But what Promoter Kolll. Lot of you may Breezes who appeared on Broadway In ?"
not know it but Kolll has donea
makes her even more formidable is
'i "The World We Make" and "Arse- The old Chinaman answered
.. the fact that her husband also ran lot to organise bowling leagueson "
nic and Old with smile
Lace cautioned the
Humor From a : "Same
Salty way )'ollrIrl..n(1
the station He used to
pack a mean' shot. lie is a ser- others that mustn't smell,
they comes to
squeezethe up thoseflowers.
'I fieant on the Jarksontille Policeforce. work for the American Bowling Here And ThereIn President's hand. ." .
Congress/ In Milwaukee .
8 ilia II woo .i HIT OF Tilt WEKK:-"Tex" I week was the lowest in his three Mess to do," Gary told them, "so let'shelp Good ViewFord _
collecting tickets at the movie years in the Navy $3, to be I Ad in camp paper: "Girl wants j conserve his energy." : : "Why is a bathing suit
Monday afternoon and doing it exact:; Lots of married men work in mess Has been In one be- After the President had shaken, like a barbed wire fence?"
I "
all without any trick roping. I are biting' their finger nails I fore. .. heartily, the first five limp hands Bush: "I don't know Why?"
1 ---- I hoping that tht'lr. checks! will I I extended to him. he asked : "Whatis Ford : "Because it protects the
Have you ever noticed how many reach them before Christmas ConscientiousThe the matter with you soldiers? property without obstructing the
WAVES downtown are accompanied Lots of new books! I British aviator had just returned Doesn't the Army feed you view."
i by soldiers and how many have been received In the li- from a raid over Germany. enough ?" .
"- WACS by sailors. It must be the hrarv a list of !some of them I "Why are you back so late?" I Money Talks
". : old theory of "opposites attract" will be (published on the editorial asked his commanding officer. Camels The newly-commissioned lieutenant .
.' rearing its ugly head again. page' next week The "I misunderstood instructions, Sic: "If a number of cattle entered the Pullman pain
-- .- line on Fridays waiting for sir, and pushed the leaflets under called a herd and a number (1"1 fully proud of his shiny" gold bars..
f A PLAY--The time is one night Ship's Service to opt'nullIlll people's doors." sheep, is called a flock, what would With the prospect of a fat tip in
:'. last week, the place an enlisted make a rno\It" mob scene look, a number of camels be (called?" I ties, the porter proceeded to effect .
A man's_bar acks, the moral--wait anemic Next Thursday is' BreathTakingA AS: "A carton." a liaison
until you read it.ACT. Thanksgiving ; Remember the Scotchman took hiss girl for I "Mo'nin: ,' Captain. In a short
I good old days ? Accordingto a ride in a taxi. Shevas so" beautiful And then there : time volunteered l: "\\'eO" a "speck'
Two sailors are talking about n news! story, the boys overseas he could hardly keep his eyes who, sat was the the attorney late today, Kunnel." Then as the
the new movie set-up and the ad- woiild rather have mail on the'meter. trying to break up the : tl1u1"-1 lieutenant made ready to go:
vantages and disadvantages of the from homo than a date with I I II "Brush jo' coat off for jo', General
', suckle admission charge. Betty irahle what about Tried --- ?"
First Sailor: Are you going to you, mates? If you can Presidential Handshake I Same Way I Three minutes afterward he was
the movies' now that they are spare the change, you Know When the Army Play by Play I: A sailor, after placing: !some; Inspecting the ten-cent tip. With
t charging for them ? what to do on Ut'('. 7 ? Buy a was performed for the Rooseveltsand flowers on a rain a cemetery, I a bellow that could be heard
) Second Sailor: I'll go if you give Bond It will help you and make Queen Wilhelmina. at Hyde I noticed an old Chinaman placing a throughout the station he shoutednt ,
i me the five cents. the Japs squirm a little more Park, all the soldier-actors learned bow I of rice on a nearby grave, and I the disappearing officer: "Good
First Sailor: Why, you . SMOKING LAMP'S OrT that they would be introduced to I asked: "!low do you expect your [I bye, Corporal!P'
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t .rG I Sailor And Marine Wage Hot Battle NAS Touch Football Race

, Enters Playoff RoundsThe

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enlisted men's touch football race has now entA}

the playoffs with eleven teams battling for the Sb\

'- t championship.
: ; : : In the group are Assembly and

Repair, Ships Store, VPB 2 (1),
I Officers To Bowl Soon VPB 2 ((2) VM unit, Hospital, Recruit .-

Edmund Walsh Y2c I Representatives! of all officer Center, Ordnance and Gun
I bowling teams are asked tolIl'et nery, Seaman Guard, Boathouseand
WITH no football scheduledon In the main station welfare Dispensary. I

the Station Saturday the a, s I office Friday at 1630, whena Games slated for this afternoonpit
will be formed. The the Hospital against VPB 2
interest of will be directed a league
many and A and R the Boat-
I welfare office adjoins the library ((2)) against
to South Bend Ind.
I 1 on the second deck of the house
where unbeaten and untied ., Ship's* Service building. In games last Monday, Seaman
Notre Dame meets unbeatenand Guard won over VM 18 to 0 and

untied Iowa pre-flight Marine Barracks Team SEASON STANDINGS
Many sports writers around the I
nation are calling this game Notre Plays Again Today American League
Dame's most exacting test in a W L'
Recruit Center 7 2
season which includes consecutive The" Marine Barracks football Seaman Guard 7 2
Irish triumphs over Pitt, Georgia team downed the Steelers, a Blue- Ships Store 7 2
Tech, Michigan, Wisconsin, Illi- ik Jacket team from the NATTC 13 Boathouse 6 3
b 3
nois, Navy, Army and Northwestern II to 0 in a game played at Cadet Docks Hangar Ferries: 5 4
After Saturday only Great i Field last Monday. T 4 4 :5Main

Lakes' Bluejackets remain to chal- Undefeated in league competition A and Galley K 'B" 1 C
lenge Frank Leahy's astute pupils the Marine Commandos won National
The Seahawks in defeating I A on two long runs by Don Gilbert, League!
Illinois\ Ohio State, Indiana, scatback )left half. Both scores AandR W 80Dlspensdiy L
Iowa, Missouri, :Marquette and tL came in the third quarter, the firston C 1VPB
Camp Grant have had little i a 45 yard jaunt around right 2 ((1) 52O
trouble Lieut. Comdr. Uan'e)' end and the other "" a 35 yard and (1)G S3 44
Harmon has often bent his team break away dash over right guard. vo-Va a 6
Into the field without the services .-. The Marines play again Thurs- VTB :a GPersonnel
of several of Its officer starsto Punches flew fast and furiously in the 155 pound bout between day at 1630 at Cadet Field against T 1 :26 1 7
> even things somewhat for the Clyde Perry S2c. left Seaman Guard and Pfc William Workman, I the Dodgers, a crack NATTC

opposition.) USMC of Squadron VPV 2 t 11 at the Naval Air Station boxing tour- eleven. The Marines are the only I. Dispensary won over SSA 12 to 6
Saturday we believe that the nament last Thursday night. Workman won out in a three roundsof main station entry in the league and Recruit Center nosed out VPB
Seahawks will need all Its stars, rapid fire punching, earning a Golden Glove and a station title which is composed chiefly of 2 (2) 19 to 18.
I.'ranklanzl'kl, Dirk Todd, Par- I in his weight division. NATTC teams. I Individual scoring at the end of
Schwartz and Bus of
ry Mertes
the season found Bishop Recruit
pro-hall fame, and we doubt ITouchball STANDINGSlV Center, first with 54 points Other
whether they will be enough. Crown Navy FootballSouth L T
Commandos 6 0 0Bears leaders were O'Quinn, Recruit Cen
Team coordination, which 4 3 1 ter, and Wright, Dispensary 36
Notre Dame's eleven, composed Goes To 0 and GIn Steelers Dodgers 2 4 1 1 2 points, Schumacher, Recruit Cen
largely of 1'a'y12 and5 Georgia Pre-Flight. 32; Clemson, 6,
Eagles 2 3 1 ter and Carter, Ships Store, 30
trainees has demonstrated It has, Jacksonville NATTC. 41; Daniel Tigers 2 4 0
and which the Iowa Seahawks I Officer LoopOrdnance Field 0.Bainhridge. Packers 1 :2 2 points; Ramsey and Demkowskl,
NTS 46; Maryland 0, A and R, Jablonski, VPB 2 (2) and
have yet to reveal against a North Carolina Pie-Flight, 11; Camp Griffith T 1 with 24 points.
strong foe, may well be the answer and Gunnery is the LeJeune, 14.
between the lines of the new champion of the officers touch Camp Lee. :13; Curtlss Bay: (Md.) Softball Stars Cassels, Seaman Guard, Fox and
football which ended Coast Guard. 0 Cook, Boathouse, Castellano and
league com-
story> In Sunday morning's pa-
Weiner and R Gardner VPB
week. and East A ,
petition this Operations
lH"r. Named 2 (1) Brown, Ships Store, Rob-
At LeeThe
On paper Iowa appears to be a Squadron VO-VCS are tied for sec- Navy, : Columbia 0'
k erts Docks-Ferries and
Army ; Sampson
tough foe and may prove equally ond.During i Brown. 31; U. S. Coast Guard, 31. in in T4, all had 18 points. ,
the week Operations only change position
the field but lean
tough in we Franklin and Marshall, 20; Atlantic
A and R led in
Ramsey passes
toward Notre Dame Team coor- climbed into a second place tie City Naval Cadets, 7, the softball standings of the phy-
dination developed over the periodof by defeating A and R 18 to 6, I Lakehurst NAS, 26; Camp Kilner, sical conditioning league at the thrown for touchdowns with 18.
24 and Ordnanceand I 12, Naval Air Station Green Anastasio, Recruit Center, was
the past few seasons and car- VO-VCS, 30 to Auxiliary
ried out in the persons of such per- Gunnery 18 to 6. MidwestGreat Cove Springs, found the Person- next with 15. Norman, Ships Store,
and Scanlon had nine
formers as Johnny Lujack, Jim The three Operations tallies Lakes 21; Indiana 7. nel Skeet Range ranging up to each Dispensary,
Mello and Creighton Miller, will against A and R came on two Iowa Pre-Fltght. 28; Camp Grant. (13 fourth place. Seaman Guard and
make the difference.A passes and a run by Lt. (jg) Joe I Bunker, 0. Hill) NAS. 56; Fort Sheridan the Marine No. 1 team did not -- -"=.+- --

glance at the football card Hay, star of the Operations team. Sonthwest have games during the week Notre Dame Takes On
for the week reveals other inter- For the first two scores Lt (Jg) Lieut. (jg) Al Mann in naming
esting games and in these we name. Hay passed to Lt. (wn Kroll and Randolph Field, 53; Ward bland Ma- some of the stars of the 12-team Iowa Pre-Flight Sat.
the order of finish to be: In the to Lt. (Jg) Golembeske. He swept rines, 14. league, singled out Marine corporalA.
East DARTMOUTH over Prince- around end for the third tally. Lt Far West M. Curry, and privates first The Fighting Irish of Notre

ton: ARMY over Brown; COL- (j jg) Pulignano ran 45 yards March Field (Army), 35. Southern class, T. J. Cummings, Joe Brad Dame, who seem destined to
GATE over Columbia; VILLA- ------ STANDINGS California 0 ley and R. T. Battshinger. Amongthe achieve their first unbeaten and

NOVA over Temple, SAMPSONNTS W L sailor outfits Bill McGilvray, untied season since the days of

over Muhlenberg; PENN O and G .. ... . ..... ........6 0 Buy Bond on Pearl Harbor Day Frank Kovak, Dick Zynda and Knute Rockne, play the Iowa Sea-
STATE over Pittsburgh. In the vo-ves .. ..... .. ..... ..... .... :5 2 -- Davie Davis, came in for the lion's hawks at South Bend, Saturday.
Midwest, NORTHWESTERN over I Operation .. ...... .. .... ....... 5 2 share of the praise McGilvrayIs Notre Dame in eight this
Gunnery A . . .. .. .. ... 4 J Ex-Panther Runs ,games::
Illinois; MICHIGAN over Ohio Gunnery B. 4 3 Again the star passer and runner of season has won 41 to 0 over Pitt;
state; MISSOURI over Kansas; A and R :: : :::::::::::::::::: 3 4 the touch football games. He rep- 55 to 13 over Georgia Tech; 35 to
IOWA STATE over Kansas State: I Public Works . .... ... .. . 1 6 Edgar (Special Delivery) Jones, resents the student officer's head- 12 over Michigan; 50 to 0 over
. .
VPB 2 ((11 .. .. .. 07
MISSOURI over Kansa PURDUEover smashing Pitt backfield ace of a quarters in a sevendepartmentcombine Wisconsin; 47 to 0 over Illinois;

Indiana; M1NNESOTO over around end to score for A and R. few seasons back, is the star of 33 to 6 over Navy; 26 to 0 over
Wisconsin. VO-VCS the NAS Pearl Harbor football E Jacobs, E. I.. Wallace and L. Army and 25 to 6 over Northwes-
Operations won
In the South and Southwest, 30 21 in overtime team which Is a heavy favorite to Jenkins are the stars of the Wild- tern After the Seahawks battle
to an game '
TEXAS TECH over Southern VO-VCS was leading 18 to 12 with win the Hawaii Service Football II cats, leaders in the mess attend- the Irish have their final game
G E K CJI A TECiiover championship ant's
Methodist; 0 to league. with Great Lakes.
thirty secon s remaining play.
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ball downs
Operations got the on

Louisiana over Rice State.In ; and. TULANEover on and the Lt. first(jg) Hay play ran tying the the ball game over They Won Golden Gloves in Station Boxing Tournament

the West, DEL MONTE:
up. In the overtime Operations
I'n" -FI.IGIIT over St. :Marj's
from Lt.
scored first on a pass
preflight; SAN DIEGO NTS over (jg) Hay to Ensign McHugh. VO-
Klrtlan.l S.r.: Fliers; COLLEGE -
VCS evened things up on a pass
OF THE PACIFIC over from Lt. (jg) Klumpar to Lieut.
San Francisco" ; and UCLA over
Comdr. Barton. In the closing
St. Mar>"'s. its
seconds Operations got winning
Among the surprise teams in from Lt )
touchdown on a pass (jgi
the Service football parade this Final
Hay to Ensign McHugh.
bt'enIarch: Field,
season have score was 30 to 21.
the ,..trongCalifornia Army eleven Against Ordnance and Gunnery

the Bainbridge, Md. NTS, the Lt. (jg) Hay threw touchdown
Sampson N. Y. NTS and the San Kroll Lieut.
passes to Lt. (jg)
Diego. NTS. Cain and Ensign Albright 0 and
field' 35; to 0 victoryover
G got its score on a pass from
Southern California and 27 Lt. (jg) Kesslerto Lieut. Juges
to'7 loser to Washington", the two -- --
teams selected. to play in the
Hose bowl next New Year's day, s t ar'te
I..* seeking opposition from the I A and Volleyball

Washington lied Skins at the
close of the regular season.
The powerful Fourth Air Force Is Now In PlayoffsFour

team is sparked by such stars as

Indian Jack Jacobs of Oklahoma teams, victors in the four < < ,
and the Cleveland Rams, Sal Ros- volley ball leagues at A and Rare .
ato Villanova Owen Thurek. Detroit now in the playoffs for the department -
Lions Shelby Adams George- championship. The four
town and Jumping Joe Williams. top rung squads are Inspection and
Ohio State. Survey, of the Corsair league; Air
Bainbridge, undefeated thus far, craft Overhaul of the Dauntless '
will get a chance to prove its met- league; Metal Machine, of the Cat- t4 a
tle against Duke. San Diego beat alina league; and Production E* -
Southern California and Sampson gineerinff, of the Vindicator league I
threw a scare into Army, lead- Thirty two teams competed in
ing the Cadets 7 to 0 In the third i four leagues, playing 1792 games
quarter before losing. and scoring a total of 41,856 points.
Georgians are quite proud of the Aircraft Overhaul "A" was the
moat valuable player selection in 'only team to go undefeated. They
the American league. Spurgeon won 16 straight matches without Winners in the novice division of the Naval Air Station boxing tournament which ended last week

Chandler the winner, and the sec- losing a game. Outstanding players are, left to right, Ken Keller, S2c, Seaman Guard, heavyweight; Steve Starrick, Coxswain, Seaman Guard,
ond, third and fourth place selec- for Aircraft Overhaul are C 165 lbs.; Joe Lancaster AS Recruit Center ,155 Ibs.; Leo Geary ARM 3e, VPB 2 ((1), 145 Ibs; Willi

Conlino OB rare SMfB I 1 C..U.u o. rare Serea Scaggs, SZc, Boathouse, 135 Ibs.; and Johnny McCan, S2c, Seaman Guard, 125 Ibs.Page .


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November 18, 1943 j
SAX AIR NEWS .Page Seven

Discuss Mayport's Athletic Program BORIE Beats Sub
9m "P Eight Units Here Back Up

a, 'i F:7t. :} :

,, : In Hand-To-Hand Attack Reach Bond GoalLatest

v "
--k '*' I ,
;: ,: /Y' Struggle At SeaA
'\ / figures available according to the War Bond Office, show
rit Reun., X ,J, :. .t"', : f :, .., that eight units under this command, including officers and enlisted
,' \' '. L thrilling story of hand to hand I personnel have a 90 per cent or better average for participation in

." : / fighting at sea, in which an old the War Bond allotment campaign. These units are : Aircraft Delivery:
use / -...; American four-stacker destroyer, Unit, St. Augustine Field Naval Air Gunners School, Recruit Center

xm.1 ,,' ". ,' ,....... I. '" I' ,: though :mortally damaged sank Transportation, Public Works, X-l Personnel, and VO-VCS. Of this
'. ::' / ; her second Nazi submarine In one group the first two named have 100 per cent representation while
: '
at.an 2.. ./ / : \ stormy night in the Atlantic was NAGS has 99 per cent enlisted personnel and 100 per. cent for the

I.f I told by the Navy Department last i officers. _
: 'b A' Above 80 per cent in the allot
1' I
\ -J.. week.The victorious but lost destroyer ment campaign will be found

nd .! ,.'.', :-_:' I t was the rejuvenated Last HopeThe VPB2 No. 1, Yard department and

,- ,-'. ... ,/, 110KIE, launched In the first Physical Training. Other units
r \\orld "'ar. Her crew having squad of recruits had within the command are below SO

accounted for one U-Boat earlierin been out at the rifle range for per cent.
Ill ; the night by the use of depth their first try at marksman- In a letter dated 11 Oct. to the

2: .. bombs ran the destroyer on top I ship. They knelt at 250 yds., Commandant, the Assistant Secretary -
:l :. of the second submarine and and fired. Xot a hit. They of Navy for Air, the Hon.
3 fought the German ship to the I moved up to 200 >'dll. Not a hit Artemus L. Gates, complimentedthis

3 4 death with "ever>'thing in the They tried at 100 :p18 Not a Station on the results of the
'" book" from torpedoes to knives.Then I hit. allotment campaign to date, and

. the aged BORIE limped "Tenshun! the Chief barked. expressed the hope that when the

I. ,f away in a heavy storm to carry her "Fix jour bayonets! Charge! next report is prepared for him

crew to safety before she quit the It's jour only chance." that this activity will be among
U Lt. .(jg) George Anderson left athletic officer at Mayport talks fight. Beyond salvage she was the many that have 80 per cent

1 over the accelerated athletic and physical training program at the sunk by American planes. of their naval personnel signed up
2 Section Base with Ensign W. P. Witman, end on one of the officer for War Bonds through the Navy
Lieut. Charles H.
30- At
3 touch football teams. Participation by station units. is now underway year-old Indianan of Dedicate Chapel Allotment Plan.
4 was skipper
in all fall
6 __ __ __ the BORIE in her epic struggle It is notable that approximately
6 7 which developed into a close quar- Green Cove SpringsThe I 80 per cent of the enlisted person.

6 A and R Leagues ter fight after she tried to ram nel are now participating in the
Nasty Civilians! ride upand over the sub. Allotment program in contrast to
Naval Auxiliary Air Station the approximately 55 cent of
"We held him there and started per
S Enter Touch Ball LONDON.-When British and shooting with everything we had," Green Cove Springs cele- the officers, making the total for
American boxers square off said Lt. Hutchins. "Some men fired brated the dedication of its new the Station approximately 77 per

r from now on it will be strictlya shotguns, the executive officer chapel on Sunday, 14 November, cent. The fact that the Recruit

t Playoff TourneyThe GI crowd of spectators. grabbed a tommy gun and started at 1000 Center, the men in X-l Division

A There was such a rumpus over shooting from the bridge; others Chaplain G. M. Warner conducted Transportation Public Works and
touch football program of decisions: the last time the fighters used pistols, one boy even took a the service of dedication and the Aircraft Delivery Unit have

. the A and K inter-division athletic I met the British Amateur signal pistol and fired at the sub. the dedicatory sermon was deliv- been the first to attain the goal of
program has entered the playoffs Boxing Association has decided Commander R. R. Marken 90 cent
"The range was so short (the ere by per participation as pie-
I with teams in two. leagues battling to bar civilians. men were within ;10 feet of one an- Senior Chaplain, Main Station. viously provided should present a
for league titles.In -- -- other) that one gun couldn't be The choir composed of officers challenge to the officers and men
league competition there were and enlisted under the I of all other
brought to bear on the sub. So personnel departments.
18 teams in two leagues, the Wildcat The
Runway direction of William
the gun captain started throwing Specialist Participation in the War Bond
league and the Hellcat league.In .
empty shell cases and he knockedone Nalle, provided the music. Allotment Program should be encouraged
total 292 were played Continued from page six: :
games The dedication of the
man off the deck of the sub. chapel for two principal reasons.
with 896 tochdowns being scored. tions Luke Appling Rudy York marks a step forward in the
Another fellow threw his knife. religious First, it is the patriotic duty to
With extra points and safeties the I and Bill Johnson are all from the "One other gun crew couldn't ministry of the station. The purchase bonds to the utmost of

total points amounted to 5,415. I Peach State.Touchdown. fire because their shield was in the chapel itself is situated on the sec- financial ability irrespective of ..
1II .+!.\*} Production AVa* \AInner __ ond deck of the Ship's Service .
way. They cut a hole in the shield I rank or rate Secondly, it is a high
Production Control A were I passes are running and fired right through it." building where a beautiful sanctuary ly recommended method of providing

r ,y s winners of the Hellcat League and I high this season. Redskin Sammy The furious action lasted for i will be built later. The altar, for financial security during

introduction: Engineering were win- Baugh chucked six payoff passes about 10 minutes, before the the pulpit, the ornaments of brass, the uncertain period of post-war

ners of the Wildcat League.:: The for a league record. A week later U-Boat broke loose and tried to i symbols of light, and the flags all adjustment.It .

Hellcat League was a little stron- I Bear Sid Luckman flipped sevento flee. "He went into a right turn," II contribute a great deal to the Is expected that all departments
: s R rSthan the Wildcat League. better Baugh's mark. Down related Lt. Hutchins, "and we spirit of worship. will have attained the 80

There'was only one game difference Texas way, another passer was set- couldn't turn close enough to m -.JjLj j per cent minimum goal by not

!P-: v in the first four teams. Pro- ting a record in service competition bring our guns on him. "We at- later than 1 Dec., with 5>0 )percent

duction Control A the winner had as Randolph Field's Glen tempted to ram again even though Adm. McFall Decorates as the ultimate goal.If .
to battle all the way they won 15 Dobbs, formerly of Tulsa, threw we'd been damaged pretty badly I
Five Combat Heroes help is needed in the pi emotion
and lost 3 for an 833 average. The seven touchdown passes againstthe when we ran up over him. He of this .
leading players of Production Con- Ward Island Marines, of Cor- turned the tables and tried to ram' Continued Frera Page O.. campaign communica
should be
established with the
trol are M Maslo, AM2c: J. Cas- pus Chris_, Texas. us.' But we fired a salvo of depth I II "took part in eight raids against Station War Bond officer
tellano. AMMlc; L. DeSimone, -- aj- charges and stopped him about six hostile ground' installations at --
Y2c; F. McLure. AMM2c; V. :3. feet from our side." I I' Munda Point and Vila Plantation. I

Vorbeck, AMM2c; A. Ciaccia Raiders Were TeammatesFullback Lieut. Hutchlns then told of Later, as a member of a flight

AMM2c and E. Helnbaugh, Duke Iversen and continued fire at the nub-one which launched attacks againsttwo

AMM2c. Quarterback Chet Haliskl, of the crew man operated a big gun Japanese Task Forces Yard Dept.

roduction Engineering who won NATTC Air Raiders were team- alone,.getting the ammunition, He not only shot down an oppos-

the Wildcat League played heads mates at the University of Ore- loading the gun, then firing; j ing Zero fighter but also con- NewsWe

tip ball and won 13 and lost one, gon. Haliski was number one another gun captain when mechanism tributed to the complete disruptionof

for an average of 928. The leading quarterback and Iversen, his alternate failed, pulled the latch I an outnumbering enemy escort
by hand to fire his gun repeatedly "
player for Production Engineeringis attempting to divert our bombers I are sorry to hear that Lt.
Maurice AMM2c, who fc despite a recoil that batteredhis Born in Wisconsin
Ramsey -- --- -- ----- Phillips, Comdr Suratt is having to spend
nt the present leads the Station arm "until It was big all his Lieut. Sperry now maintains his I
in the Naval
Hospital! ,
League; with 18 touchdown passes Baei Brothers Are CorporalsMax leg. permanent home in Monroe, La. He I but to note
we are happy that his
completed. On the receiving- end and Buddy Baer are only Then the sub "sank right" in I is a graduate of the University of condition is excellent and that he
of his passes are "Shots" Dem- Corporals in the U. S Army but front of us and exploded continued 1 Oklahoma and has attended the I is
progressing splendidly
kowski. AMM2c. Harry Weis, to Gov. Robert S. Kerr of Okla- Lt. Hutchins, in describinga law school at Louisiana State Uni I
AMM3c; W Reamy. AM3c. and T. homa they're both "colonels." The saga of anti-submarine warfare. versity. Winning his wings at Miami I We are glad to have Yeoman
Rizzi lineman named box- '- i! in November 1941 he has Frances Stanford back with us
who Is an outstanding:: Governor recently both I
both on offense and defense. ers "colonels" on his staff. I seen 11 months of duty in the i again after spending some timein

The playoffs for the champion- ----'- i- Secretary Knox Pays South Pacific and wears a previously I Frances the !hospital. Welcome back

ship has already started with Pro- Volleyball Tribute To Marines awarded Air Medal for
A And R Has
duction Control A. Aircraft Over- participating in the occupation of I The best< cookies in the worldare

haul A and Metal Maphine 3A Entered Playoff Round Guadalcanal.The made by Yeoman Myrtle Spury's -
of the Frank
Secretary Navy
winning their first two games. The Presidential Unit Citationwas I mother. If you don't believeit
dark horse of the playoffs seems to CoatiBurd From fare Six Knox Lieutenant sent the following General messageto Thomas presented to Lieut. Lachman : just ask the entire Yard Of

be Metal Machine 3A. They have Wamngton, Fla., for his service
L. Scott AMM2c; D. J. Giiggs. Holcomb, USMC., Commandant of I fice.The
Seaman Guard Football
won 16 straight games after losing AMM2c; R. Gray. AMM2c, and C. as communications officer aboard
the Marine Corps, in connectionwith
their first four games. Don E. Bennett. ACMM.Outstanding the USS Enterprise from Dec. 7, { team got off on the right foot in
the 168th of the
Carter, AM2c and S. Weiner players for Inspec- Anniversary 1941. to November 15. 1942. the round robin play offs by defeating -
U. S. Marine November
AM2c, are the power behind this tion & Survey are G. Gartland. 10. 1943: Corps on The Chief };xecuth' '* citationof VM hangar 18-0. Lyons II.
team. Engine Overhaul A and AMMlc R. the Enterprise. and her crew Hess Mallory, Schoneman and
AM2c Mollenkamp.
; ; "On this 1943 anniversary of the
Piczarka stood out for the Guards
Interim Overhaul also will bear reads: "Participating in nearly
Hannes. AM2c. and Kelly AMlc United States Marine Corps the
watching In the playoff.Volleyball For Metal Machine 1A", C. H. every major carrier engagementIn men.The
men and women of the Navy and
-aa u the first year of the war, the Boathouse team didn't fareso
Chism, AM2c was a standout I the Coast Guard proudly stand at
-- "
well in their
and her air opening in
Enterprise game
along with S. B. Fielding, AM2c. salute in respect and admiration
exclusive: of her far flung destruction the playoffs losing to Hospital 186.
and W. J. Houck. AM2c ,, for of the
? I one greatest fighting
Tough of hostile shore installations However they have their eyes seton
For Production Engineering organizations the world has ever
the battle the Dec. 3 meeting with the
there were no outstanding start I i I known. I
It One Hand! did sink her Seaman Guard for the Championship -
area ,
Try or damage on
but very good team work. They j I "The Marines launched this nation.s ( of the Yard
own, a total of 35 Japanese vrshHs Department.
were undefeated for 13 games:: but ; first land offensive in the
and shoot down total ef I Contrary to popular opinion In
Did feel though oudidn't of the a
you ever as > lost the last game season Pacific. Knowing the terrific 185 Japanese aircraft." Fire House No. 2 the neatest and
have enough hands while to Flight Test. gdda, Americans everywhere I
trying to help your team win a The winners of the 4 leagues awaited the outcome with hope Lieut. Lachman who has beenin prettiest grounds surrounding a
.. the Navy 35 years has also seen fire house are those around FIRE
volleyball game ? and the runner-ups in each league and with prayer; but Americans HOUSE No 3.
Well then marvel at the story will play off for the A & R inter- everywhere also knew that the duty on the Ranger and many i .:. ", __
()Walter Gouxeia, the wizard of division Championship The other Marines would conduct themselvesin other naval vessels of all types I =

volleyball, who lives on the island 24 teams have been divided into keeping with their traditions of including battleship convoy duty Rear Adm. Buckmaster Named

(>( Oahu in the Hawaiian group. three eight-team leagues All three glory remaining "Ever Faithful"even during the first World War. IJ I I Rear Adm. Elliot Buckmaster,
Lieut. Emmanuel received the
Gouveia alone has met forty six- will play for the consolation Championship unto death itself. The Marines commander of the aircraft carrier
man teams during the past year did not fail. Purple Heart for wounds receivedin I Yorktown when it was sunk in the
and has yet to be defeated. He The playoffs have started andit "The entire Naval Service Is action while serving aboard the Battle of Midway, has assumed!!
often plays using only one hand. looks like the teams to beat are honored to call the Marine Corps USS Langley in the Java Sea. Although command of the San Diego Naval
Twenty six years old. Gouveia Air Craft Overhaul "A" and Flight its own." he has since become a pilot. / Air Base the Navy Department
weighs 145 pounds and is five ends November Lieut. Emmanuel was serving as
Test Volley play ---v*!-- announced. Rear Admiral Buck-
feet Inches talL He was gunnery and assistant air officer I!
24.The, master who has been
serving an
in a ground capacity at the time I j I
born and raised on Oahu and now success of this large pro- chief of the Naval Air Primary
I. famous Russian he .
Igor Sigorsky was wounded.A
Jives at Walpahu Plantation. An is due largely to the "In- -
gram I II Training Command with headquartera s
flyer and plane designer was native of Tarpon Springs Fla..
all he is outstanding
around athlete an terest shown by the division officers I at Kansas
once forced: to crash his! plane because Lieut. Emmanuel has served with
barefoot football basketball and the chief petty officersin I
Adm. Ernest Gunther at San
and baseball plajer. His of the various depart of a mosquito. The insect both the Pacific and Asiatic Fleets,
favorite outdoor recreation is ments"charge. got Into the carburetor and stopped I and participated in the American Diego.; ,

hunting and he is considered the '- i--! the engine. Biclala Tzerkcv landings at Casablanca. He is nowa -' i!
Russia in 1911. was the scene cf patrol bomber instructor at this Remember Pearl Harbor Day: U.n't
best hunter in the mountains Stun the Jop rn It-art Ma I tor Day- f"'R f't to buy War Bonds on t>tt na-
this odd accident. Station.
; 'ound the plantation. Buy Eorul: bet 7.





Page Eight JAX AIR NEWS November 18, 1943


Red Cross Awards Coming Here The Inquiring Authorize ChangesIn Seabees CompleteLink

Silver Stars For : .; Personnel To Of: Railroad .-

Meet Fleet NeedsIn

25 Hours ServiceMeeting ReporterQUESTION a major move to provide Headed For TokyoThe

trained and experienced personnelfor
: Who do you follow In story wrlltea
was hy
the increased demandfor tremendously expanded
Staff Serrmnt x0l I"mi n Klerhman. ttt:
Frank Sin-
surgical dressings from Red ra' prefer as a singer, United States Fleet, orders have Palmer Ave., Msmaronerk. >. Y.. s
Cross headquarters the Naval Air atrct' or Biny Crosby? Why I been Issued for Naval Reserve officers Marino (Corp ronilint correspondent"

Station Unit will lengthen their to be assigned to many billets -
Tuesday work period to three ANSWERS: afloat at present filled by officers GUADALCANAL--Delayed-( )

o'clock in the afternoon, corresponding GUS CANTRELL, Y3c: "Cros- of the regular Navy. Completion of the Guadalcanal division .

with the all-day Friday by Sinatra just sings certain typesof Under the order officers of the of "The Guadalcanal, Bou

sessions, held in the Sunday School slow songs and he'd sound like regular Navy are to be assignedas i gainville and Tokyo Railroad,"
loom. .h the devil if he varied from them widely as possible among the I Aug. 22, was marked by a "goldenspike"

A long list of new volunteers However, Bing can swing and do a vast number of new ships and Reserve ceremony reminiscent of the

have joined the Unit to make these little bit of everything." officers will be assigned to meeting of the transcontinental

valuable bandages. Among them J. H. FULTZ, Music: "I like fill the vacancies and many of the railroads at Promontory Point

is Mrs. R. R. Marken, wife of Com I Crosby in preference to Sinatra. I new posts thus created. Specifi- Utah, in 1869.

mander Marken who recently relieved like Bing's voice better" cally, the Navy Department has While cheering Seabees members .

Captain Shrum as Senior MARION WAGNER, Y3c : "Oh, ordered that Reserve officers, retired of the Naval Construction

Chaplain of the Station. my Lord, Crosby, of course.There's .. officers or officers with Battalion who built the railroad,
Those who have just completed no comparison. Can't you temporary commissions from enlisted and natives looked on. Captain

their twenty-five hours of service I I I just listen to Blng and tell that or warrant rank, be assigned William M. Quigley USN Commander

and have won silver stars are Mrs. he's best He puts something into to the following billets: of naval bases in the Sol-

Anderson Bowers. Mrs. Robert I. Frank Buck his songs, especially his latest version Flag Secretary and Flag Lieutenant onions drove a brass spike Into
Gerard O'Keefe on the staffs of Vice Admirals one of the few wooden ties on the
Clarke Mrs. The man who brought big game of Pistol Packin' Mama with line. ''
Mrs. H. A. Ritcheson. Mrs. Fred back alive, Frank Buck, will appear the Andrews sisters." Rear Admirals and Commodoreswith .
Swanson. Jr., Mrs. C. E. Van Bib- at the Malnside Auditorium I MARY FITZSIMMONS, RM3c : commands afloat (except the Col. Joseph P. 'Cleland, USA, of

ber, Mrs. Stanley A. Ward. Mrs. on 22 December. The famous adventurer I "Sinatra has a nice voice. Person- five major area commanders), and the Army Service Troops, also

Wadsworth Wilbar, Mrs. S. T. will deliver a short lecture ally; I don't like him as well as as Assistant Staff Officers Inoperatlos shared In the spike diiving. Lieut.

French, Mrs M L. Johnson and on his experiences in the jun- Crosby but Frank has plenty of planning, training, gun- Comdr. Clare A. Frye USNR.,

airs J. B. Hayden. gle and show rate movies of animals appeal over the radio." nery, logistics, communicationsand commanding officer of the Sea-
Also Mrs. Carl Jones. Mrs. Don- in action. Buck is slated to I ROGER BEVINS S2c: "I'd like material. bees, held the brass spike which

Rid C. DeHart. Mrs. E. M. Shields perform at the NATTCenter on to punch that shrimp, Sinatra, in It is specified that all regular was turned from a captured Jap

:Mrs. Ray Davis Mrs. M. C Shurt- j 20-21 Dec. I the nose. Why Crosby's better than officers at present holding billets shell case.Complete.
leff. Mrs. B. L. Boynton, Mrs. J. R L.t.o: Sinatra. Nelson Eddy, Tony Martin described above be released immediately from engine to caboose -

Cramp, Mrs. Frank Hynes and I II I and Kenny Baker all rolled into Reserve, retired or tem- the first train, a freight of
Mrs. A. C. McFall, chairman of .. porary officers will be assigned to flat cars loaded with oil drums

the Unit.A : I one.JEANNETTE WILLMER. Y3c: vacancies as rapidly as possible. chugged over the line at a mod ,
--- --' ---- erate 10 miles per hour shortly
veteran of the group with e "Sinatra does something to me. :.
seventy-five hours to her credit, is I' When he gives out with both bar- after the spike was driven.
Seabees who built "The B.
:Mrs. G. M. Sidenberswho: is in rels, yeah man, I love it." G.
At St Vlnceni I Hospital .JasUsonI & T. have set world
may a record
charge! of instruction. Mrs. Fred I I \vine PFC EARL H. WILLIAMS : Up The Ladder in railroad construction
Gage ana Mrs. Frank L. St. John 1 Eleotilclan I Male 3c and Mrs Re1 I "Crosby as far as I'm concerned. for
have both put in over 50 hours of I Platt. a daughter, Frances Nora. born I I'm Just for Bing becausethe it took them Just three days to
FrldaNov. 5. guess Advancements In RatingsAt finish the railroad, which Js/ 1.22
loyal service. for Sinatra.
ACMM and Mrs. Milliard I Langley a women are miles long, and another two
Today a second center for makIng son. Hllllaid Lee Jr. born Friday JACK CUMMINS SPAlc( "I daysto
NAS JacksonvilleThe
surgical dressings will Nov 5.CPO pier terminus.
: openon like Bing because he's been on top
and Mrs. Wllford Coehran, i a The 28-inch guage railroad runs
the Station. The group will be daughter, Jo Anne, born Friday, so long. He'll stay there longer inland from built
a specially dockon
Is list ol
following a partial
called the Naval Air Station En- .
Nov. 5.CMM than Sinatra will. Crosby really.
advancements In ratings Indicated, the beach
as and has total .
and Mrs Samuel Dobbin. a a length
listed Unit and is under the chair- I has a good voice. He's not just a effective November 1:
daughter, born Kilday. Nov. 5. of 6,443.5 feet. It is double trackedfor
manship of Mrs. F. M. Travis. I Ylc and Mrs. Donald D. Learned, i a crooner." To ACMMAA-John Potfay. J(. 790.5
.. They will meet in the Red Cross I son. Donald Dee Saturday Nov. 6. ANN HARRIS Sk3c : "I like To AMMlc-Homer R. Balsden.; GulsIno feet and its sidings are ,
, Bertollnl. Louis C. Blanch, Charles 1,505 feet long. Rails are of the- -
building on Albermarle Street on Lt. and Mrs. Alfred R. Shilgley. a best. He doesn't have to
daughter, Jo Anne Emily, born Satur Crosby E. Brewer. Joseph Custellano. William standard T pattern and weigh{ 20 ,
Thursdays from nine until four. day. 6. depend upon making fools out of R. Ceseiy, Ernest J. H. Eckhoff pounds foot '-
Those interested are invited to to"n Mrs. Charles Eugene1Vrlght women. Women who giggle and Fayette R. Ellison. Herman J. Fonte- per 'J" .. ".,
a daughter. Charlotte Eugenia not Oscar J. Forzanl. Anthony Galll, Roadbed Is sand on a gravel ,
call Mrs. Travis at 2-7285.
born Sundav.? No7, make so much over Sinatra disgustme. Anthony P. Genta George P. Harnvn, base supported when ftecessaryTlr'I
-- --- --- FIe and Mrs. Reuben Steele, a son I just can't see that. Bingis John I.. Hickson.: Gerald A. Mladky 1 earth fills and metal '"
culverts* ,
Reuben Paul born Sunday. Nov. 7 the best singer, and he can do Edward M.: Holman, Fulton E. Holmes, ', ,
Mlc and Mrs. \VllllaVn: Zimmerman: Luther M. Hunt, Michael A. Jacobacrl. which there are six, made :front: "
Quiz Contest a daughter Shirley Anne born Sun more things than sing, too. Martin F. Java, Alva B. Melton, Paul halved oil drums welded togetherjIjP:
dav. Nov: 7. MARGARET FRAZER Y3c : "I 1 A. Moallankamp. Charles W. Norman, It is mainly of double track widthi"+
Lt. and Mrs. Stephen Brandafl. prefer Crosby. He's not so thin. Rodney L. 1'remo. Luther C. Seabolt,
ANSWERS a daughter Barbara Ann born Mon. Lester B. Smith. Walter R. Smith. Jr., providing room for a second:track*$"f.
day. Nov. 8. To me Bing is the only crooner and Clair M. Wallzer, James B. Williams. Steel ties, rails and switches
(Qu."tlonl! are printed on OM2o and Mrs. Peter Alberghlne. a there'll never be another one to James E. Wood. were shipped from the United
To AMM2c-Roy J. Acree. Carl L.
son. Paul William born Monday.Nov. take his place.
Page 3)) States in a fabricated
9. Anderson Willis Ashbough, ArlowD. partly con
catcher Greenberg" A.M.Vand: Mrs. Norman Glllls. a CLARA SNOW RM3c: "Crosby, Baldwin ef'R. Baldwin. Robert dition and were assembled by the
1. Dickey : of He sing typeof Ronald J. Elckford. How-
son. Norman Maurice, born Monday, course. can any E. Bennett track-laying on wooden
first base; Derringer, pitcher; Ott Nov. 9. with feeling. Sinatra can't ard L. Cason Gilbert S. Chlchester.
outfield. Lt. and Mrs. MehJn H. Warner a song Robert Clayton John J... Cllne, JosephL. horses before being laid in the
General Thomas Hol- lon Melvin Hunt, born Monday sing every kind of song. Ciable. Andrew Cropper, ConradJ. roadbed and bolted together. While
2. Lieut.
Nov. 9. AGNES REKUCKI, Y3c : "I Dagostlno.Varren Q. Davis. Frank not up to the standard of smooth
comb. and Ivan Itay nes. a son,, think Sinatra has a very good J. o .ln'\u Jr. Horace B. Duncan,
3. Hartford Conn.; Springfield, h nK2 Dale. Jr..f.r.bo Mondav. Nov. 9, John R. \ if.. James L. Elston.I riding United States railroads 1
AMM3c! and Mrs. Clyde Robert Beats voice and he seems to be a fav- Violet L. Falkum, Robert A. Fees Mar- "The G. B. & T." can boast of an
Ill.; Tallahassee, Fla.; Bismark Jr. a son. Clyde Robert III, bom orite with the young people. He's tin P. Flaherty., J R. Glbbs. JosephE. i extremely serviceable track in both
N. D.: Olympia Wash.; Jefferson Wednesday. Nov, 10. definitely better than Crosby. I Giordano. J. : Goble, Dan Gray wet and
City, Mo.; and Dover, Del. AOMle and M.... Frank Henry Murray James O. Gullatt. Frank Heywood dry weather.All .
4. Vice Admiral. a son, Bernie, born Wednesday. never could stand him. Robert M Hodges, Het bent w'. Hopkins I of the men who built the
Nov 10.Chief NORMA PENDLETON. Y2c : 1 Jack E. Mouser Verl F. Howe. Guadalcanal Division, none of
5. Since you "gain" three hours Dexvltt T Kellej James R. Kirks Jr,
Yeoman and Mrs. George; "Crosby any day. For crying out whom have
going from New York to Los Angeles Thorne, a son. Ronald Crawford born in Sin- Stephen A. Mance ieiC'Dflt: McThomasLuchok ever had railroad experience
I Wednesday. Nov. 10 loud what people can see F.: D. My (with the exception of
by crossing three time I Cpl. and Mrs. Hubert Warren Toole atra is beyond me. Crosby has a ers John J. Murphyllllam T. Parr. Lieut. Comdr. Frye, who workedon
meridians it takes you 18 hours a son. Hubert Warren Jr.. born Wednesday much better voice, personality and Jr.: Franklin L. Phillips William M: Santa Fe
flying time to make the trip. But Nov. 10.AMM2c Plttman Henry T. Poole Merle J. grade crossing proJects
back lose those three and Mis. Paul F. O'Connor, women" don't get so disgusting over Putnam, Jr.. Ezra J. Rosa William A. in Oklahoma City), ate look.
going you a daughter Paula Jean, born Wednesday. him." Schneider Charles L. Scott. Robert H. ing forward to the day when they .
hours, so it is 9 a. m. New York Nov. 10Lt CPL. JAMES E. WILSON: Shelfcut. Robert D. Someis, William
will lay the steel for The
time when you start out and, 18 and Mrs. Joe K. Jeilgan.! a doubt. I don't Sourvells. George S. Walter Ernest E. Bougain
"Crosby without a R. Richard. ville Division and the rest of the
Wicker Roger
daughter Nell Lamar born Thursday.
hours later it will be 3 of
a. m. .
..Nov 11.Sple know exactly why I like Bing To AM d3c-Raymond E. Blgley. line whose main terminal is the ,
the morning of the following day. and Mrs. John Robert Collins best, but I just do. He can really Emory S.i..B jerii Slbley D. Carpenter Tokyo Union Station. .
6. 37. a son. Robert Klllott.: born Thursday those out. Chadwlck. ;'1
spoon songs Densford." Monroe L. Dilver. ---
Nov. 11.Marines, Gladys C -- \
30 inches bowl-
7. Basketball. ; ALICE JUSTIN, Sic : "Bing's Albeit M. Folds Jr. Meicel E. Four-
ing, 27 Inches; baseball, 9 inches: ------ just wonderful. He's tops. He has nlfcault.. Samuel C. Gibson 1 Jr Emanuel B-29 Dwarfs Present 'I
Paul Gublk. Alfred J.HaRgeity. .
and golf, 5 inches. J. Granleil.
Find Out it all over Sinatra. Bing just : James F. Hayden. Jr. RalphJ
8. True. appeals to me more." lloutte. Louie A. Ingle Landis Jen- Long Range Bombers '
9. Herbert Hoover, Alfred M. ELEANORE AUKWARD Sic: kins, Julian E.: Johnson. Bernard J. .
To Do With John M. Klefeker Andrew The War has
Landon and Wendell Willkle. What "I like Bing better. Gee. I don't Josephs John Department an- ,
Kurpll. William\ E. Lnstlnger.: '
10. Ponce De Leon who to nounced certain details of theArmy's
came know why. It's the first time I've Martinez Gailrelle H. McNeill. Philip .. ,
America to search for the Foun- Old Razor BladesThe been at a loss for words in ages.Crosby's f:. Miller Jr.. Milton M. Orall, Jack newest super-bomber. It's
tain of Youth \\0:. Paikei. EUleneA.. Sklnnei DaleL. designated as the B-29, developed "J
just 4,0. Smith Ji'.. Harold W. Smith, homer the '
-- --, ( following: was noted in the VIRGINIA BURNS Y3c: :" "Cros- L.'ebb.. by Boeing! Aircraft Company.Today's .
New York Tinier I .' -.- ->-- longest range heavy.
) by! Because he comes from my i. ":!
JiM Cull Him Santa tl.ui A battalion of marines" and that home town Spokane. Wash. and bombers are mere lightheavies
compared"' to the giant B-29. "This
perennial what to do with I just prefer him. anyway." Mission Will Open
TORONTO (CNS-An) unidentified puzzle battleship of the air is armored '
man entered a military hospital I old razor bladesgot together in PETE PITTS, S2c : "Bing! Cros- heavily with multiple gun and ,

here and started passing out : the swampy Jungles of Choiseul bv is heads and shoulders above power turrets and can fly at very .

$100 bills to the bed-ridden in- ; Island in the northern Solomons. Sinatra. At least I think so, evenif I II ; Here Early MondayThe high: altitudes," the War Depait- .J
do drool at the
I some women
mates. Before he left he gave The solution turned out to be ment said.

away almost $5.000.Submarines typically "marinlsh"--they used mouth every-time Frankie yawns. Reverend Charles F. Con- -- ---- \
kill I However. I don't begrudge! any fel-
----- the pesky things to Japanese."It J. of the Jesuit Mission
S. .
sounds kind of inhuman low's success and there's plenty nor Buy: Bond on Peoi I Harbor Oiy.Ouch .
the Band New York City, will con-
never cross -- -
said Lt. Col. Victor Krulak of room for both of them. It's just a
equator on the surface. In keep duct a Mission for Catholic Personnel {
Washington, D. C.. commander of shame that some girl can't listento l ,
of the Station beginning
ing with an old Naval custom, they Sinatra without literally fainting :
battalion 1
dive under it. the marine: parachute Monday at St. Edward's Catholic
always "and I suppose the Japs will hate or trying to pull his clothes chapel. Someone" down the line In the fI1 i!

---- me for it. But they had the an- off as souvenirs" when they can Father Connor, considered one of War Department" not long uu t j I

noying habit of whizzing up these reach him. the foremost" Jesuit missionaries I "suggested" : the destruction of a ':

Navy Radio ProgramsThe Jungle trees like monkeys when- T. W. NEUVONEN, AMMlc : in the United States, will speak ': big pile of old, unimportant and .. At

ever opposed, and then turning "I don't care for either" one of three times daily. The Mission wilt i I ranged records" to make room .

following radio program into snipers."So them to tell the truth. begin Monday and will extend for current filing The" written '

- will be broadcast by Jatktontllle we went along the trails, _u- --- -__ through Sunday 23 Nov. : proposal way Mubmlttrd and referred -

Mat lorn from the Naval Air pretending! to be Jap patrols look- Services will be held each day I from one" office\ and one '

Station: ing for good climbing! trees. In Fifth Engine AddedTo at 0815, 1615 and 2015. Mass will official to another In the daunt

1'riday WJAX (2100-2130)) the bark of these trees we stucka precede the 0815 and 2015 services. i routine, until quite a new file .
Naval Air Technical Training lot of razor blades fairly high British Bombers Confession will be heard before I had keen built up on It. 1'lnally '

Center auditorium, "Navyliigs. up, LONDON (CNSA fifth motor and dining tile Mission service. !1 a dozen or more of officials! had .:

\\ ." "Then when the Japs came up designed to cut down the load I I Masses are also held during the i; approved" destroying!r the old papers -

S Tuesday' \VJIIl1 ((2I O-21S0)) these trail we opposed them andthey on the other four soon will be : week at 0630 and 0700.) |, and at last the order came
would run up the trees about through to burn them" lint the ,
Naval Air Technical Training added to four-motored bombers of i fa --"--- I
('..nter auditorium, "Wings Over ten" feet, then drop suddenly and the Royal Air Force. The extra It takes 15 complete lamb skinsor final authority had added till. I "

America" with the ('omntandant's : while they were looking at their motor which will serve as a "flying shearlings to make a flying suit rO\I..lon"lrOVItIt"llthat'OIII-" i i
: hands someone would shoot them. station" will reduce the .. shade of all papers destroy!
Uand. power for aviator.
..... @ "
-- ---- -- .
rink of crash landings. It will
WI'OQ (1B30- operate - J
Wednesday VUmemlwr Pearl harbor: D 1700)) All Saints Chapel, "Navy forget to buy War Bnrflj on Dcm- independently Slap the Jap ()!\ ftarl JUil' r D.l- i
Vesper." bar T. four. BuylJ"! -
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