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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1944
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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2, No 7 4 May, 1944


An Activity of the Naval Air Operational Training Command


I' U S. 'NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA



Q r DEATH STRIKES DOWN SECRETARY OF THE NAVY FRANK{ KNOX I


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An Unconquerable Spirit Heart Ailment Fatal Succumbs FridayOf

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Aided Secretary;: Knox To .tI Heart Attack;

Built FleetThe

Build World's Top Fleet Huge

..pr Hon. Frank Knox, Sec
.. retary of the Navy, succumb.
An unflinching determination and an unconquerable fight- ed Friday of a heart attack in

ing: spirit which enabled him to build the United States Navy 'I Washington. The lIon. JameSV.

from one "feared by none-neither Japan, nor Germany, nor Forrestal, acting Secretary,

Italy, four years ago, to one which asks no quarter from any I I't flashed the word by radio to all
nation on earth today," marked the characteristics of the late units of the fleet at sea and ashore
Secretary of the Navy Frank)I -----'- I 'In every part of the universe.
Knox, declared Comdr. R. R. Mar- Now's The I, "It is with profound regret that
ken, senior chaplain at the Jack- [ l ) Wr T announce to the Naval service the
sonville Naval Air Station, during I'' Time : death of the Secretary of the
memorial services at the All j I I Navy, the Honorable William
Saints Chapel Sunday honoringthe I Franklin Knox, which occurred in
man who has accomplished' i Are you one of those who Washington, D. C., at 1303 on April
such herculean tasks within the' I wants the JAX AIR NKNVS .1 :: 28. 1944" said the acting secretary.

brief space of 48 months. i\i but June not been receiving -I :; .
Tracing briefly the life of the' '. it? Are you receiving] : I "The Navy has suffered a great
late secretary Comdr. Marken :! r loss.
pointed out that Mr. Knox had i i the JAX AIR NEWS in'' i Frank Knox: was born in Boston
fought in every war-two as a I your division, unit or de- ': Mass, attended public schoolsin
man in uniform and the present:'I ''partment, but not obtaining Grand Rapids, and was graduateed
one as "our great Secretary of the I a sufficient number of from Alma College with the degree -
Navy" I i of AB. On June 4, 1898 hit
"Like many another great Amer- i I 1 i I' copies? If so, NOW is the I enrolled\ in the First Regiment U.
Ican." said Chaplain Marken "Sec- '{I I' time to do something aboutit. IS. Volunteer Cavalry, known in
retaiv Knox: knew what the sweatof I I The circulation list is being history as the Rough Riders. With
the brow meant to life" as heI I'I revised. Telephone 8312; A I that distinguished organization he
out his boy- participated in the actions of the
pointed during early ;
and make known your desire x K Spanish-American War.'After .
hood Mr. Knox: worked for a few
![ I I that war he entered the
dollars a week while a quarter of ,
j
__,- field of journalism and in 1903
a century later he was making
became of the Sault
publisher Ste.
$150000 with a great
per year
newspaper organization.In Nineteen Sailors Marie Evening News. In 1912 he
I established the Manchester Leader
lauding the late Secretary's '' I 'aR R I and later became publisher of the
unconquerable spirit and neverceasing At NATTC Chosen I Manchester Union Leader.
desire to accomplish I "During World War One ha
things, Chaplain Marken pointedout i I ,R a- .; \ served! as major in the 303rd Ammunition .
that he was a man of convictions For V-12 Program 1' 1 .1': Train of the 78th Division
"and he would not surrender -: participating in the St. Mihiel

those convictions." I!I I Nineteen sailors at NATTC have :,. and Meuse-Argonne offensives.
Declaring that "Frank Knox: was been selected for the Navy's V-12 I After being transferred to the field
the spirit of America," Chaplain''' program and will be awarded commissions 1 .. "t artillery reserve he was promotedon
Mai ken said that he made his way I I in the U. S. Navy upon .4i October 15, 1923 to Lieutenant
to the top by hard work but "his completion of their college train Colonel.
greatest fight came as Secretaryof I ing course according to an an- j "Colonel Knox's outstanding career
the Navy. He placed his country I nouncement by the NATTC V-12! in journalism included successively
abovt himself and above his Selection Board I II the office of general manager .
par ." I The V-12 Bluejackets will begin j' of the Hearst newspapers
'In the present crisis he solved I their training various universities | publisher of the Hearst Boston
the need of national unity and left : and colleges on 1 July and will ; I newspapers and since 1931 publish.
business and political aspirations be graduated as ensigns. The men '. it i er of the Chicago' Daily News.
behind him for that chosen I "On July 11, 1940, Col. Knox
to were
serve by
competitive examinations -
Tht Hon Frank Knox Se'ietaty of the Navy, passed away
I' took the oath of office Secretary
unit and interview.One FiiU:. ,v. aft.-moon m Washington. Appropriate memorial services I of the as
Retailing the fact that Secretary 1 of the 19 men was one of the wetf held at the Protestant ,chapel on this Station Sunday. (Cutfurnished "Throughout Navy.his entire
Knox's visit to the South Pacificone reporters on the NATTC Barracks I through couttesv of the Florida Times Union i careerin
public life, in journalism, in the
Beat Column. He is John Essen, -
year ago brought renewed hope : --- -- -- -- -
armed services, and
and immeasurably boosted the morale S2c a radio student. =Naval Training {'outer NOW I of the Navy he has devoted as Secretary him.
The 19 sailors And Girl
are:
of the American fighting men D'Artega
If: James AOM3c BAINBRIDGE, Md.Effective self unremittingly and without reserve .
in that theatre of war, Chaplain Leroy Uptegrove ,
last week the-Naval Training Sta- to the best interests of his
of Class B-ll Charles Ban-
Marken declared that, "his ; McKay
straightforwardness: courage and : field, S2c of R-37; Frank Nicholson tion here became a Naval Train- I I Band To Play Here country and of the Naval service.
to order His active
Pierce. Flc of M-27; William ing Center pursuant an leadership duringthe
fighting., spirit gave a spark to Sherwood Penfield, S2c of 11-40; of the Secretary of the Navy which. current struggle has been a/i
us rhomas Hazelton Ferry S2c, of made a similar change in the statusof I D'Artega and his rhythmic All- inspiration. which will be sorely
Religiously said Chaplain i R-34; Edward Medhard Yusek, the Naval Training Stations at I Girl orchestra will be featured ata missed.
Marken, "Frank Knox: was 'All) AOM3C, of B-ll : 'Sampson, Great Lakes, Farragut, Station dance In the Mamside'' Admiral Ernest J. King, com-
Navy.' He wanted men of all faiths i Thomas Edwin Ewart Jr., : and San Diego. Auditorium on Thursday night, l' mander-in-chlef United Stated
to have chaplains. He was a re- ARM'Jc: TTR Division; Robert Em- I June. I Fleet and Chief of Naval Operations -

CuDtinuril on |>JKP right Continued On .'.&-e ,Three I S"ulI* Jux Air N>\,,s, Home! The Station Welfare Department in commenting upon the
------ -- ------ ---- announced the summer dance will j i death of Secretary Knox: declared
start at 2030 and continue through i, that, "the nation has lost a great
. SASS OUT THE CIGARS LIEUr-C-OMDR.1. :2100.D'Artega I II patriot the Navy a great leader.
,,I and his feminine musicians "The Navy will long rememberhis
officers here --- -- .. well known from coast and confidence
-- strength during-
"II'teight: areassing ----- --------- -- -- are ;
1 out cigars this week. Lieut. Mat tin H. Casey, USNR. R. Jensen, USN, VPB2No: ; Lieut. to coast and they recently appeared t the critical days of the war; and
The, latest AINav elevated that Comm.: Li lIt. Alexander F. Chis- Frank G. Jones, USN, VF5; Lieut In a motion picture "You Can his driving force, his foresight and
nuniopi of lieutenants, here to the holm, ATD, Lieut. Edmund P. Coo, I i Ration Love," recently released In I his wisdom during the better day
rank of lieutenant commander. The USNR, VF4; Hubert W. Coleman, George M. Keffer, USNR, SS; Hollywood. The all-girl band will\ that have followed. But most of
promotion older contingent on USNR, A&R: Lieut. Gene S. Cooper I Lieut. Wm. W. Knight, USNR, ''stage a floor show during intermission Continued on pe two
passing, the physical requirements, I USNR, VF4; Lieut. Roger J. | PW; Lieut. Theodore Lachman, I and an evening of enJoy- -- -
is retroactive to 1 Match, 1944. Crowley. Jr., USNR VPB2Nol; I USN A&R: Lieut. Leroy V. Martin ment is assured for all. Jamboree Tonite
Eligibility for the extra half I'' Lieut. George A. Daniels, USNR, 1 Jr., USNR I'W; Lieut. Ed'ward The band will also play at NAT
stripe was based upon continuous PW; '! A. Monaghan USNR VF4; TCenter on Wednesday night 31 Marks
active duty In the rank of lieutenant -,!1 Lieut. Russel G. DeLany, USN, Lieut. Benjamin F. Morton, USNR May, giving two performances at Reopening
prior to 1 June, 1912. I VPB2No2; Lieut. Paul R. }.;nglt', II Medical; 1800 and 2000.Novelty.
Eight: of the new lieutenanteonuuanderr USN Medical: Lieut. John R. Feh- Lieut. James D. Nelson USN, -- I i Of Auditorium
are assigned to ler. USN, VO-VCS; Lieut. Emest VP1l2No.2; Lieut. Paul R. Norby, I The reopening of the N'ATTC
Vl't, eight:: to V1MJJ No. 1. M ven W. Fuller A&'R; Lieut Maynard I USNR. VF4; ; Lieut John J. O'Neill, : Show At auditorium will be retahratoltonight )
to VPUJ No. Mv to M'3; and M. Furney, USNR, VF4 ; Lieut. USNR Chaplain's Dept.; Lleut.I : I with\ a big jambon' ,
five to the Medical Department. I Everett A. Grant. USNR Ex. Norman I E. Pedersen, USNR. |! I ft"aturl".om./ .- of Jacksonville'
The list of officers eligible for I I Dept.; Lieut. Donald B. Hamilton VPB2Nol; Lieut Jesse L. Pennell. Mainside Friday (top entertainers" and a group of
the promotion to two and a half' USNR, VPB2Nol; Lieut Herbert : USN VPB2No2; Lieut. Charles H I (ulent Nl
Navy performers.
stripes follows: I ILieut. ]<;. Hanset USN. VPB2No.2; Lieut. :I Seymour. USNR, OJC.G; Lieut Rob1eit I Novel movie entertainment will 1 N.VTT(' personnel) Is Invited to
Albert M. Bains, Dispensary -:I Wm. T. Hardaker, USN Oper; :' C. Sheldon, USNR PW; Lieut I, be offered at the Main Station Auditorium attend. Two "shown will hf '-
Lieut. Henry L. Bains, Lieut. Ercell E. Hart, USNR, Archibald R. Sinclair USNR, || tomorrow in place of the sentcsl, Matting/ at 1800 pr and
USNR, Medical; Lieut. FrederickC I I VPB2Nol: Lieut Joseph M. Her- VPB2No; Lieut. George R. Smith usual Friday Smoker. I' 000..
Bamman. USN VF5; Lieut. : manson USNR. VPB2No.2; ,I USN VPB2Nol; Lieut. Harry P.Trevllthan A collection of sports: shorts, Seven act have been Unix
F E. Beinet. Jr., USNR Al.1: Lieut. Noble W. Herzberg. USNR. VF5.; Lieut. comics and newsreels will be assembled by the Wt'\tare\ l>ej>artnwMU, and up
t. Edward W. Bishop, USNR, PW; Lieut. John J. Hilton. Richard F. Tuma, USNR Medical; at three shows startingat the Air Haider orchestra and ,
L2No.2: Lieut. Robert G. USN, T-"; Lieut Glen E. Hoffman Lieut Lester S. Wall, Jr. USN, 1300, 1700 and 1930. There will HIM Fire Ilmi M No. 2 Jug Hand 1
USNR VF4; Lieut. BoYd'j USNR VPB2Nol: Lieut. VF5.; Lieut. Frederic A. Webster, be no feature attraction.The will provide contracting( imnlc. \'
Brown Jr., USN VP'4; Lieut. Rennlx: Inner Jr., USNR VPB2 USNR Medical: Lieut. Donald F. Friday Smoker will be resumed 'llifl meow It highly rit..I. .....1 '
R Brown, USN VF4; Lieut. No.2; Lieut. Arthur L. Jacobson White, USNR. VF5; Lieut..Everett next week. :an t>entertaining nhl{ U i,r,nMls -
L* Broylea. USN VO-VCS; Lieut USNR. VPB2No.2; Lieut MinuardF. r. VanNico. A TD, and Lieut. LewisT. l sl for !ill.VOL. .
John J. Burkhardt, USN. S&A: ; I Jennings, USN, VF5; Lieut. Leo Woodard, USNR, VO-VCS !seal the In Air New ll-.utel!









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Jaycees Sponsor MOVIE BALLOT
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this year will be of special interest Eileen.......... Mr. Lucky......... mission to Moscow. ........ Palm Bench

I to Navy men as the entire pro. Story.......... Pride of the Yankees......... Pothers Girl.. ....... Random Marvtst -
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Purple Hearts, I have succeededIn Bond WiseThe performances will start at 2015 and (When completed mall to :Movie :Editor, Jai: Air News, Ko\ 2)Mother's

getting a few Interesting facts Metal and Machine Shop Department there will be a Saturday matineeat -- -
about our Smiling Guard, Russell of A and R is making 1445.
F. Hicks, who ia stationed at the history bond-wise. Every civilian, Featured at the Jaycee circus Will Osborne Band

entrance of the A&R west hangar.Mr. officer and man is buying bonds will be the Army, Navy and Coast DayThere
Hicks enlisted in the Headquarters regularly through the payroll deduction Guard Bands from the Jackson-
Detachment, 6th United plan. ville area as well as various animals are 11 more days be- To Play At NATTC.
States Army Engineer Corps on The civilians, according: to Mr. fore 14 May but it's never too
and acts. Mow than
June 7th, 1917 and trained at Fort Leonard W. Reese, foreman, are 1,000 early to think about your Sweet swing music will fill the
Screvcn, Ga., Camp American University not satisfied with 100% participation. free tickets have been distributedto Mother. air in the NATTC auditorium on
Washington, D. C., Fort Their new goal is "20% of USO Centers in the city and Mother's Day is Sunday, 14 Thursday. 11 May, when Will Os
Belvoir Va., and Washington Bar salary investment" and they ex- they will be given to servicemen as May. borne and his new Hollywood orchestra -

racks War College, D. C. pect to attain it within the month. long as they last. Tickets purchased Remember your Mother, and swing aboard for two performances -
He sailed for France on Dec. 4th, Mr. Reese himself is setting a at the Stadium will cost $1.00 don't forget to send a card or a at 1800 and 2000.

1917, landing at Brest on Dec. fine example with a $25.00 weekly for civilians and 50 cents for serv- gift home.Transfer. The presentation, arranged by
20th, 1917. His detachment was deduction. He started buying bondson icemen. the NATTC Welfare Department,
billeted at Prauthoy until Jan 10th, the payroll deduction plan when The Officers' club which is already will give men at the Training Ccntjr -

1918, moving on to Perronne Pic- I he first came on the station three I under construction is located Men Thru the opportunity of seeing and
ardy on the 14th, where he was years ago and now has accumulated above Norris' Restaurant and hearing one of America's top
attached to the 5th British Corps 107 $25.00 bonds and 4 I I bands.
consists of two floors.
seeing action 00.00 bonds few extra The second OsBome> and his band
under General Gough, plus a pur- I are nationally -
on the Somme. After bridge chased for cash during special floor will be used as a lounge and CNAOpTra RotationEnlisted I known as one of the most

building until March 21 his group sales. recreation room and the top flopr popular soft, sweet swing outfits.'!
was transferred to the Infantry for --_.._-- --- as dormitories. It will be a non- I He has been constantly in demandfor
rear guard: action with General profit organization operated by the personnel who will have college dances, for radio work

Carey, near Vlllers Brettoneux. Albert NEW SPIRIT'PERVADES Junior Chamber of Commerce and had two and a half years ashore as I and for recordings. In addition, he

and Hamel operating with the : only nominal prices will be of 30 June, 1944, have been frozen finds time to tour the country,

4th Australian Division in those charged. and transfer only on CNAOpTra playing at theatres and military
sectors until June, 1918. After be- A & R I I' reservations. He has played at the
Hicks I --t..i i.I__ rotation orders will be made until I
ing again transferred Mr. Glen Island Casino, the Palomar,
served with the 3rd Division in defensive B; Tom Quinn I Death further notice, according to a directive Hotel Pennsylvania, the Black-
and offensive action on Something has happened in the Strikes Down issued Monday by Comdr. I hawk, and other famous spots.

the Marne Sector and the Cham- ;I A&R! Have you caught the spirit? Secretary Of Navy Edward M. Shields, Personnel Of- Osborne is a natural born show-
the period be- ficer. his being his soft
during I man, specialty
pagne-Marne. I If you haven't you are missing l'.Uaued from '
tween July 2nd and August 15th. something-something real-some- pass Ball "Unit Training Officers'and De- vocalizing. He is credited with initiating
Following a rest period at Montea thing fundamental somethingthat we shall remember deep devotion partment heads are directed not to the soft crooning style (.f
the men were sent to the St. Mi- I I is thrilling to see-to and utter loyalty to his transfer: nor to make available for I music, and it is said that he has
Navy and his
hiel Front Offensive, and were re- ,, to be a part of. teel-I "His country. transfer under any program, any played more college proms than
lieved of duty there and attached I cannot explain it leadership will ever serveas of their personnel who will have any other band. It promises to bean '!

to the A Company. 6th U. S. Engineers I I cause is hard to trace, yet its effects men an and inspiration in to the nations had two and a half years" ashoreas I exceptionally good show so let's
women, and out
of uni- '
MeuseArgonneSector of 30 1944
for the I I are tremendous-it is big- June, the direc- go, fellows.
until October 30th, 1&18. form. He understood the Navy, not tive stated. "Until further notice -
I it is news that vitally affects you
i only its problems, its achievements,
Hicks was wounded October I those ratings are to be transferred I
Mr. and me and the outcome of the
20th, 1918 while serving with the I war! and its personnel, but its shortcom- on CNAOpTra rotations orders Broadcast To Feature

Infantry in the Bois De Cherres at- I It is like the sudden blooming of ings.Of all his only." Naval School
received great qualities, I Gunnery
Cunel, where he The directive is not to be interpreted -
tack near a flower, the seeds of which were should
first his stout
wounds. lie was decorated place and val- that two and ;
meaning
as
machine gun months before and which
planted Naval Alrcrewman's first
liant heart. He The
was a strong and
General Rawlinson for half shore duty men will
a I
by out its roots year
,
slowly reaching
grew fearless fighter and he always day in gunnery school will be enacted
defense, receiving not be to Comdr.
the Somme assigned sea,
In
action into the soil then rising
deep to-I the "Navy Wings"
fought
fairly and resolutely for his on program
Shields It
D. explained. means they
the he0other citations ward the sun, spreading out convictions. Throughout the war over WJAX on Saturday <
proud of | will still go to sea, but through a
very leaves until with almost
Medal, protecting he has been a stout reliance to all May at 1900.
include the Victory different method of transfer
which six stars. But miraculous suddeness the flower those charged with the conduct of In a direct pickup from the Na-
bars and -
four service moment of all was appears in all its beauty and ra- military operations. Every man val Air Gunners School at Yellow

the proudest 25 years diance. and woman in the Navy Marine Water the Navy reporter will meet
first of this year Unfaithful WivesWASHINGTON
that the it's thinking about Van '
wounded in action, he Maybe Corps and Coast Guard will sorely three men who are Just entering
after he was with his Purple Sickle who ran the lathe next to miss him. All hands bow our headsin (CNS) Un gunnery training. Guiding the reporter

was presented which he proudly wears you. Remember Van, one of the deep esteem and heartfelt sor faithful wives and sweethearts are I on his tour will be Lt. Heart, best machinists in your shop? row. p N. F. S. Porter Assistant
the other medals and one of the biggest causes of worry -II Training
along with that contagious smile, When the President called, Van "He has given his life for his among U. S. fighting men overseas Personnel Officer.

ribbons and the A & R folks as laid down his tools and with a feel- country. We say to him. 'well done, according to Maj. John S.I I Lt. W. B. F. Hall, Training Officer -
BS he greets leave work I i ing of pride picked up his gun to Frank Knox.' We dedicate ourselves Garrenton a chaplain with the at NAGS will give the new
they enter and do his bit. Maybe: it's the rising and all. to what' would I
one i I China-India-Burma wing of the :: men an introduction to what is expected
I crescendo of the coming Invasion 'surely have been his last'ord 'r I I
Army Air Transport Command of them as gunners and Naval
Bulletins I Day, or seing some of the "Boys" 'Carry on.' I who recently returned to Wash- ;' Aircrewmen.
Commercial I ____,_ _
who have come back battle scarred I II It was his earnest desire, Secre- ington. -
J'OK KENT the take I I but eager to get back into action tary Knox once explained, to see "My own personal opinion" said
Large two-story house on bed again. the Navy's ships and shore sta- I Maj. Garrenton, "ia that any wo- WAVES At Pensacola NAS

front. log baCtahblf'I&rrl rri'el< : I All of us cannot help but be tions and especially to let the men I man with a husband overseas wad- To Get New Rec
'wthsblg stoneh5ueplace dining, .furnace room., inspired by the actions of our fel- in distant outposts know by his' ing through hell, sweat and blood Building

tleVtrlcally l
large Nice grounds, big, trees and a dock. our former Chief Wol.ff out gotten. |I with another man 13 about the low- WAVES has been approved at the
Could 8'commodate two ones hlalts.mile there in the Pacific, who 'in the I He was at Espiritu Santo when est thing I know. And about the j NAS, Pensacola] Fla. The new
sated about to a Natal re Anal Station. I midst of the fight thought of shop the Japanese bombed that island, next lowest thing I know is the I building will include a lounge active
of sate
south For a ppolntmf'ntl to see the house see 20 enough to send us all V mail I and also went through a similar man who plays around with her." and quiet fame rooms a library

'frs. Frank W. Brown. Orange, Park 1m. Christmas greetings.I I attack at Guadalcanal. His last sewing room and a canteen
Kla. 2721 or 2SM House available I think of Dad Siebert, proudly ; formal message to the Fleet pos- tober, it said: with a soda bar and a small gal

mcdtatetyDouble room with twin beds next to I reading that letter from his soldier sibly best summed up his hard hit- "Seek out the enemy-and de- lery attached, according to original
bath for gentlemen. 1140 Inglenide I son out there in the battle ting, fighting attitude. Written on stroy him! Today, tomorrow and plans. Cost of the structure

p-)430.Room with connecting bath 1 Inate 6& t I zone-a letter from the son who is ', the occasion of Navy Day last Oc- tomorrow we must attack." will be $60,000.

\ home 2830 Park Street. 2- ) proud of his over 70 year old fa- '
Double room 2.1752.In private horn, 4.23Irvington ther who is working every day In The Regimental 1 Review At Recruit Center .

Double room 11th private bath 2243: the A&Rfor victory. ._
St. Johns Ae.. 75341. Perhaps it Is something of the
VaDouble Road.room 2-1618.In pilte, home 3678 spirit that inspired our beloved

master! bctlroom with. private Chief Frank Knox. He made the
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bath. 2116: Rhersld Avenue. = United States Navy the most form-
rent, 2&07 Lydia
for
bedroom
Double
idable of any nation In history. Ata
$;trect, 2-SQiO.
Want to share roomHh another time in life when he could have
girl, 5042 Colonial Avenue. 2-4Z*Street. retired and lived in ease the rest
Double room 2fc01 Park:
77'i8.. lof his days he saw his nation's
Room with garage and :el.tc4rhl- I need for unity. Tackling one of the
J( pt8. 1353 Avondale .t
he
business glil I wants to share house toughest Jobs in the world gave xw.r..ri
.Hh couple. 170G Woodmere. 2-1182. of himself unstintingly and has
Two-story house with nice yard, on I earned the undying gratitude of his
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liver front. Consists of foul lot>"ro.ms.ootb.
living loom dining room, kitchen fellow Americans and lovers of
two pantiles two large screened 'freedom everywhere.It .
porches.! Small house about 4 miles is the spirit of unity of cooperation 0I ,..;
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south of NAS. on waterfront has large ,"" : >":
tie*k with boat house. Four room bungalow and team work-that has Y, .'
with sleeping porch two-car Baste I taken roots in the A&R and allover 1
with apartment above. Mrs. Frank t
world where freemen battle i"t
Brown 721 or 28M Orange Park. the .
jtj' <> > I
and work for victory. .'
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(One studio couch. 2 rockers. 1 end .. ; .t: .,.
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spirit
Have caught .
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tibl- (new Park.eeo(11iloR ).- ,7 3537A, Taylor St., I I ;you ......'.",.' ..' .. ft. -:.... ..... .

iSST tires perfect Room and hoard for reliable couple.In .. ,.!I.-. d y .,._ ....: 1 .
with .
and' y. .
Cur .ale. ,....< ."'' ..,' ..
SlQd exchange for ladles' nervier In the "aaA,. .'I" '1. ::1Br ;: ;J. "' .R...
... III. U. lawl. AMMlc, Bhlg &21.NA'M'C household. blouse located in Avcodftl.
or Barracks 9. Post Office Box 442 Jacksonville. To the tune of o Navy band boot platoonsat Stat,on Executive Officer Lt Oomdr. John L.
lost SALE LOST Rhode* Offu-fr in I'harge at Recruit renter,
Recruit Center march In regimental re-!
Bit tebcd ...... Wftkfut set and Lady's thong purer, blackmn4 "d- and Lt. Henry F. Moseley] Recruit Center Executive -
.. Ubur 4h \. Near corner of Bid*. 184 TRutfteybout viwv as shown ebove. In the reviewing stand.at Officer and drill officer. The Navy's re-

nmius Manor. s. IIIIpIt Blttg.1CCO.154.Reward :ttrn. Lye Thompson Uft, are Coin dr. Robert R. Johnson, :Main cruit rookies pas In review once a week.

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Here's Your Chance To Knotty Work



Select Movies Of Your

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Liking For ReShowingHave ,

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Have you seen a good movie ----------
lately that you thought you might
like to see again ? Intelligence
Well, here is your opportunity to
do just that and help pick the ones
that you want, besides. The Jax Again Asks
Air News Movie Poll, which begins
today, will try to determine what '"
Your
pictures the men on the station HelpNaval

would like to see again and then T b kN4
turn the results over to the Welfare Intelligence, reiterating '
Department. They in turn will requests which have been made before
make every effort to book the pic- on several occasions, again Is i
tures which receive the most votes asking for all information possible
from the reader of this newspaper regarding foreign countries, par-
ticularly those regarded as potential
lie-run of the older picture combat areas The information i
desired consists of two types photographs -
will be necexsary during the M1 f
summer due to the fact that and factual material.
there ulll be a curtailment of "Factual material," nays Intelligence d
production in Hallwood duringthe ," would Include Information -

ft. month* of Juno, July and regarding non-military
Industries which have been diverted -
August ICatlirr than Interfere
to military use, beaches fL
with the present movie scheduleon
_
and landmarks, the type of terrain _
the !station, It ha* been decided
by the \Velfare Office that description of the beachesIn 3
a re-,howlnq of some better picture detail at high, low, medium
** would best satisfy the and extreme tides, type of bot- : ", -' J '.Ibi.The .
tom, description and height of
needs of the men. All new picture otherphjslcal art of knot-tieing is one of the most important phases in the recently established Seaman
boulders and
escarpments,
*, however, will continue to obstructions machinery School at NATTC. Here the fellows get down to work and learn by experience Both students and Instructors
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be shown as often .a* they are voluntarily attend the school In their spare time in addition to their regular duties.
released.In In repair shops, IJoVt"rIJlanb - --
etc., In those areas which I
the ballot two
on page you
1
will find 56 of these pictures listed. ma)' be Invaded, airports, (seaplane Wins Citation "Gassing Up"Keeping
bases, etc" It also Includes
Read them over carefully, then I II
place an "X" after 10 of the pic- slot political Information. (tl
tures you would like to see again According to Intelligence the 1
and send your selections yard mall countries and areas of primary interest -
to the Movie Editor. SAX AIR at the present time are In-
NEWS Box 2. Administration dia-Burma, Netherlands Indies
Annex Coastal China Malaya, French

Remember, what movies are re- Indo-China and Japan. Informa-
tion regarding other Axis coun- I
shown on the station depend on ) ,.
you. So, fill out the coupon Immediately tries and occupied areas Is, of
before you forget We'll course, also desired.
\ be waiting to hear from you All personnel, naval and civilian,
--- JU----- of this Station or auxiliary sta- QUESTIONSANSWERS
tions who have any such informa- 3 9 ymT
( ARE PRINTED ON
:Admiral Kinq PraisesU. tion or know of persons who do -
PAGE 8.) 555-
have are requested to immediately 1. Does garlic belong to the rose
S. Naval ReservesAbout the Station
Intelligence
notify family, the lily family, the mustard
90 percent of the Navy's Officer, extension 8302 If livingin family or the garden weed family f
commissioned personnel and about Jacksonville, and if it is more 2. The spread eagle is used to
80 cent of enlisted personnelare convenient, call the Naval Intel-
per mark the flagstaff of a vessel bear-
Naval: Reserves "who have licence: Office (telephone 5-7170)), ing the President of the United r
successfully adapted themselves to 830 Lynch Building I a I States. True or false w
active service in a comparativelyshort -----VA- I 3, Approximately how many
time," Admiral Ernest J. Available For ti\ ': : daily newspapers are there in f" :
King, USN, Commander-in-chief, Room I the United States (a)894; ib.1S94 ,
United States Fleet and Chief of Additional ChildrenThere I Edward J. Garaudy, ACRM, ; (O2894; (d)3394) ; or te>
Naval Operations, said last week. I of New Orleans, La., now attached 4894 I
Admiral Iing:, praising the work I is room in the Dewey to this Station, last Sat- 4. Do you recall what horse I- I
of the Reserves, stated that Park Nursery School for a few urday was awarded the Presidential holds the record for one year's
"Thanks to their hard work their more children, ages two to six. Unit Citation by CaptainW winning: Man 0' War, Gallant Fox,
training and their will to become Children "of working mothers and W Smith, commandant, for Whirlaway, Pukka Gin or Nag? I
c assets': their performance of duty of fathers who must sleep in the service aboard the USS Enter- 5. In the Navy which is the most
hew been uniformly as excellent as daytime are eligible for enroll- prise during numerous battles in severe, a deck, general or sum-
it has been indispensable to our ment, regardless of whether par- which that famous carrier participated mary court martial ? I to
success." The Comlnch reportedthat ents are officers, enlisted personnel in the Pacific 6. Tibbet, Pons and Melchior are the planes gassed is

the personnel of the regular or civilians. Metropolitan Opera stars Their : a big part of the plane captain's
Navy, who, in time of peace, serve There is also a need for part- first names begin with "L." Can job and Irma E Hilker avia
as a nucleus for expansion in time time volunteers to assist with the Yard you think"of what they are? I tion machinist's mate third class,
of war, now repersent a small work of the school' and persons interested Dept. 7. The nation this week mournedthe of this Station does her share
portion of the total number of officers in this work should also death of Secretary of the Navy by caring for an SNJ training
: and men call extension 8670. News Frank Knox Who is now Acting plane on the line. Mech" Hil
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Secretary of the Navy ker attended naval training
Pettv Officer Hnnnrprf I II 8. The head of MontgomeryWard schools at Hunter College, New
I It has been a very refreshingweek spurned government orders York, Memphis, Tenn., and Norman -
at the Boathouse. Men who last week and was bodily carried Okla, before being stationed -
i were progressive enough to pass out of his office by United States here.Unit .
I the last general service tests were troops What is his name ?
given a "pleasant ?" cooling off in I 9. What is the only state In the
i) the beautiful St Johns River. Candidates U S. that is divided into two distinct Citations
A from other units are cor parts by'a lake ?
y | dtally invited to attend our next 10. If you were playing the piano -
t "dunking" party and someone asked you to Awarded ThreeThree
We often wondered why CMoMM strike the following notes, how
I I J T, Gilliam, Y-2's most eligible manv different keys would you
tii I bachelor, received so many telegrams strike: C sharp, D flat, B double chiefs at NATTC, who
| Now we know. His future I sharp. have been in numerous battle ac-
bride Is a telegraph operator. (PLEASE TURN TO PAGE S I tions against the Japs while Serv-
FOR ANSWERS) ing aboard the USS Enterprise, recently -
1 I The Seaman Guard takes this were awarded PresidentialUnit
i opportunity to announce the mar- Citations with the .
H riage of one of its most I presentations -
popular
members, BMlc Everett Marian Nineteen Sailors At being made by Capt J. B.
, Sellers NATTC Are ChosenFor Lynch, Commanding Officer
to the former Miss Floyd NATTC '
Hayes of Birmingham Ala. Con- I V-12 Program
"'- gratulations to "youallCongratulations ." The chiefs are C. T. Ruescher,
6 Continued from paje sue Jr., AGO of Bombsight! School;
to Clayton Ches- I mett Strickland AOM3C, of B-13; Dan Goff ACO of AGO School
;
hire of Y-6 upon his recent ad- John William Randall S2c, of
)[ and A. P Fryllng. ACMM, of avia
c. vancement in rating from BMlc to R-32; Chester Andrew Kus, Sic, of tion Ordnance School.
\ CSpD( ). Chief Cheshire is prob- B-12; William Walter Currie, S2c,
/ ably the leading authority on the I of R-35; Robert William Mickle, The citation reads as follows:
'" :v. Station on the subject of sentry AOM3c, of B-13; "For consistently outstanding-
dogs, having had much experiencein Terence Patrick Daly, Sic, of performance and distinguished
this type of work T-7.; Edwin Jackson Porter, Sic, of achievement during repeated action -
A year of athletic competitionfor R-22; John Robert Essen, S2c, of against enemy Japanese forces .
t- the Commandant's Cup has R-33; John Kinloch Rivers, S2c; of In the Pacific area, December 7,
come to an end The Yard Dept. R-28; Herbert William Jessup, 1941, to November 15 1942 Par-
4l can look back at this sports year ARM3C, TTR Division; Donald Ed- ticipating in nearly every major
with Justifiable pride for althoughno ward Emerton, AOM3c, of B-12; carrier engagement In the first
one of its entries won the Com- Fred Raymond Gabell, Jr., EM3c, year of the war, the Enterprise
'. mandant's Cup, several of its divisions .of M-26 I and her Air Group, exclusive of her
won seasonal champion- far-flung destruction of hostile
ships In various sports The Yard ball, Speedball, and qualification shore installations throughout the
Dept.'s Seaman Guard Division fin swImming. Docks & Ferries of the battle area, did sink or damage, on
ished in the 3rd place spot for the Yard Dept. finished high up in the her own, a total of 35 Japanese
1 f. entire year by nosing out Recruit Basketball and Bowling finals. vessels and shoot down a total of
f Center In both Volleyball and The Boathouse and Fire Dept. 185 Japanese aircraft. Her .aggressive
\\h Speedball. teams also made creditable show- fighting spirit and superb com-
. ,. Looking back during the last 12 ings In all sports. bat efficiency are fitting tributeto
1 3Ka M months of campaigning, we find The Yard Dept faces the coming the officers and men who so gal-
Captain W. W. Smith, commandant pins the USS Enterprise that the Seaman Guard won 1st Sports Year with the confident lantly established her as a solid
Presidential Unit Citation ribbon on Chief Radioman Irby A. Sanders place In water polo and Touch foot- knowledge that its divisions will bulwark in defense of the American
at inspection ceremonies here last Saturday morning ball, and finished 2nd in Volley-, again be among the leaders. r; ::c.l."




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Relations Office at no expense to the ROVeminent Copiesare
distributed free of charge to enlisted and other Naval
Personnel at the Naval Air Station the Naval Air Technical The Trend of BestSellersBy
Training! the Headquarters of the Naval Air
Operational fi' erc Naval Auxiliary I Air Station John J. O'Neill Catholic ChaplainThe
Green Cove lprln s. Naval Auxiliary Air StationCecil ,
Field. Naval Air Gunners' School the U. S. Naval attacks on common decency by the modern
and Naval Air Facilities
Hospital Auxiliary Mayport.
novelist seems to be the formula to produce a bestseller -
The of their fictional characters
Andrew portrayal
Rear Admiral C. MeFall. USN
Chief of Naval Air Operational Training panders to man's lower nature, rather than to the
good, the beautiful and the true.
Captain Walton Commandant\V. Smith USN At great length, they go into detail about the commission

Jacksonville Naval Air Station tQ of men's private sins. According to the
writers, this is the clever way of living! your life,
Captain Joseph Commanding B. Lynch Officer, A-VG). USNR and the adherence to, and practice of the Christian

Naval Air Technical Training, CenterCaptain virtues, are considered old-fashioned. In a wont,
i they make heroes out of rakes and depend on cheap
John JTtrMaiTey MC), USN.:
Commanding Officer sensationalism to obtain a tarnished popularity,
U. S. Naval HospitalCommander l and many sales of their books."Realism' ,

Edward E. Dolecek. USN, ,is their defense, but to a flimsy excuse,
Commanding Officer Y1C and docs not justify 'badness' in ,1.0 t'eZ.s. Usually,
Naval Air Gunners' School the hero or heroine cannot overcome any

Commander William H. A hford. Jr., USN, 1. to sin, against the Sixth and Ninth temPtatiOfl.\ rJ
Commanding Officer. of God, and the virtuous man or woman is a rarity"
Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Green Cove Sprints A in popular publications.Take .

Commander Samuel G. Mitchell. what you want, when you want it, regardlessof
Commanding Officer I 4Stt the laws of God or man, and do not be concerned
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, CeciL Field about the rights of others, nor whom you hurt by

Lieut Col. Chester L. Gawne. USMC (Ret), t : your selfish dishonest action. The crime is in being
Commanding Officer caught. This is realism in the criminal's code, and
Marine Barracks certainly should not be promulgated nor subscribed!

1J ut. CoL William T. Evan. USMC: (Rt), e Qy, to by decent law abiding men or women.
Commanding Officer No matter how well the book is written, no matter
Marine Aviation DetachmentThe how much tinsel is draped over the shoddy charac

JAX Ain NEWS receive Camp Newspaper Service) ters, do not be deceived into believing that this is the
material. Republication of credited matter prohibitedwithout "Well, you know the laundry situation!" normal way of life, and should be imitated. Remember
permission: of CNS. War Department, 205 E. that fiction always remains fiction, and do
2nd St.. N. Y. C. not take it too seriously. Avoid bad books. Occasion

r ally, read some religious or non-fiction literature to
Sure He Was Scared Forrestal Is improve your mind, and get the true picture of moral

What does it feel like to go into combat values.
Emulate a character who has love for God and
The answer was given recently by Com- Named Acting I His neighbor and respects the rights of others. Avoid

mander Donald J. MacDonald, the most frequently I bad literature, be true to :your religious convictions,

decorated naval officer in this war. Sec. of rypy I and remember that God, and His Christian Religion,

"I never went into action that I was not NavyA s ga 1L E I denounce sin in any form. We have but to look at
the crucified Christ on Calvary to realize the great
frightened," Comdr. MacDonald declared inan veteran of naval aviation dur- I price that He paid for sin, and to redeem mankind.

interview and let it go at that. Yet every ing World War I, the Hon. JamesV. If we model our lives on the Dtl' l&e teachings and

time that he went into combat he performed Forrestal, who became acting noble example of Christ, ice can rest assured that
enough to receive the Secretary of the Navy upon the I there will be no tordidness in our lives and ire will
commendably
many death of the Hon. Frank Knox is be led infallibly on our uvitto Heaven, our Eternal
decorations that he did. noted for his dislike for talking .I Bee Jay Hughes, RMJi received Goal

What is the mystery behind all this? No about himself. orders from the office of the Secretary -

mystery at all. It is just the admission of I Born in Beacon N. Y., the acting '. of the Navy, this week that
secretary, who is 52 years of age. t[ she would be glv'en the honor of
honest that he doesn't believe himself
an man enlisted in the Naval Reserve in I
christening the USS Passaconaway From Other Papers I
a superman at all but a free American 1917 as a seaman second-class and AN-86. (net layer) at Duluth.

doing his duty the best way he knew how. I was later. assigned to aviation Minn., 24 June. Radioman Hughes,

That is the difference between the citizen training. Promoted to Ensign in the first girl to join the Waves Harmony WorkersThe
November, 1917, he was at various from Duluth in the
was sworn
soldier of the democracies and the brutal times assigned to the First Naval service September 1942. She reported general consensus of opinion is that you can't
Nazi and lords. put one branch of the service' with another and
murderers of the Jap war District at New York, the Officeof to Jacksonville for duty in
still have harmony The Coast Guard of the
One knows the righteousness of his cause the Chief of Naval Operationsin January 1943 and has been assigned -
Navy think differently and if you'll come out to
and doesn't have to hide behind a veil of Station Washington at Hampton and the Roads Naval, Va.Air He since that time in Communications. the Jacksonville Naval Station we will show you.

barbaric stupidity ; the other, a product of a resigned from the Navy with the Sure you are welcome. These Navy men are OK if

vicious state, could not go on his bloody pathif rank of lieutenant. Margaret Eleanor Barton and you give them a chance. JACKSONVILLE I
Loretta Hartwig, both Storekeepers GUARDSMAN.
the truth known to him. I created the of-
were When Congress third class, will soon be wearing -
Ye, Comdr. MacDonald was scared, and fice of Under-Secretary of the blue braid. They left this weekfor It Off I
: Navy he was named to that post, Pays
probably all other Americans are, too. But midshipman's school at North-
and served as acting secretary Smart safe odds
ampton. people play on happiness. Dopes
they go on doing their jobs and doing them absent from
when Mr. Knox was butt their heads against concrete facts until experience -
well that the who boasted of his As under-secretary he The Waves reported such A .
?o enemy, Washington. batters home the lesson. You can't win except
fearlessness, is beginning to feel the kind of played a big hand in the speedingup good time last at week the dance that at Camp will by living life God's way. Sure, virtue looks
Blanding they
of naval construction.He dull, vice seems attractive. But live a while. Watch
fear (unlike that of Comdr.lacDonald's:: ) make another trip there tonight.The .
several the payoffs. Sins catch with us.-THE BLUE
that disaster worked on newspa- bus leaves from building 720 up
to
can only bring complete him before attending Dartmouthand JACKET, Memphis.
pers at 1815: --those wishing to attend .
and all those who follow his medieval doctrines Princeton, and upon his grad-
should call the Welfare Office Ext.
of hate and plunder. uation in 1915 was employed by 763. Why Fight?
the New Jersey Zinc Company and
the Tobacco Products Company About 50 Waves of this Station It takes faith in the worth of our nation and Its

And What Is America; ? before becoming a bond salesman took part in the dance at the Na- future to inspire willingness to sacrifice comfort ami
with the firm of William A. Reed val Air Gunners School at Yellow life. We have such faith and that's why we tight
"And what is America? Well it's won- for America. DAYTONA GREMLIN.AMUSEMENT .
and Co., which later became Dillon Water Wednesday night. Wacs and -
derful. It's ambitious and enterprising, mean Reed and Co. Spars also were present. Music

and cantankerous. It's big, optimistic, high- Acting Secretary Fonestal is was furnished by Al Satina and his CALENDARNumber
married and has two sons. orchestra of NAGS.
strung and real. There's too much politics- -- -- I Waves are reminded to check ( after each show I I. playing date at

as-usual, business-as-usual:; everythingasusual. -- out for tennis during their happy Student Officers' Auditorium)

And yet it's brave and patriotic and ; hour periods and begin to practicefor FREE MOVIES

belly-aching and fierce. It's 1-A and 4-F. It's r Read Any Good I the coming tournament. Upon Main Station Auditorium

"Any Bonds Today" and "Pistol Packin' I completion of the softball meet 6 Monday, :May 15-"House of Magle." ,

Mama" and "Shoo, Shoo Baby." It's assembly Books Lately? June underway., the tennis tournament will Today-"Moon Over 1.08'e- 3A," Ann Gwynne (7)).
get
Sunday-"And the Angel' Sing I.ammrr
Dorothy
lines and troop trains moving by night and
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Mac-Murray, Betty Hutton (8).
ports of embarkation and casualty lists NATfC Library Jumpin' Jax On Air Monday-"Up In Mnbel's Itoom," Mtacha A

and a Christian crusade. I guess it comes Charlotte Greenwood ((9)).

down to this : America is what you are and Non-Fiction: At Saturday DanceThe Tiie Aircraft Identification for fighting Air- 1Vednes4tay-"Gaallght," Charles Ingrid Bergman
what make it.-Chas. Collingwood CBS. Jax, 16- Boyer,
you men, G. E. Wilson rejuvenated Jumpin' ((12).
Amen Amen S. A. Constantino. Jr. Station dance band, will
piece
Ammunition: Its History Developmentand Thursday-"Jamboree," Ruth Terry, George Byron
UNFINISHED BUSINESS Use 1600-1943. Melvin M. Johnson make their debut on the radio Sat- (14).
and Charles T. Hnven. urday from 2245 to 2300 over ( at the Primitive
I Today Student O"4"r" only, "Her
How to Think About War and Peace, The Jax will
WPDQ. Jumpin'
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Man, Robert Paige, Lucille Albritton).
Mortimer J. Adler
The cause of America is in great Marines At War, ed. Almee Crane. broadcast from the Mainside Auditorium -
measure the cause of all mankind." The Marine's Handbook L. A. Drown. during the Ship's Dance NATTC
-Thomas Paine Practical Radio Communication Arthur The band is under the co-leader- Today, 1800, 2000-"Jambore*," featuring many
((1776)). R. Ntl
on. leading "tar .
of Archie and
ership Thompson
Arthur R.
II. Radio Nllson.Operating Questions !I Dick Hurlbert. Hank DeVries, vo- Friday, 1800, 2000-"UncertaJn Glory," Errol Flyon,
"We have sowed the seeds of liberty Relative Movement Pt 5 In the Air calist, will sing "Remember" and Paul LukaM.

and union that will spring up everywhere Standing Navigation Room Series.Only Elizabeth Fowler "Do Nothing Till You Hear From Saturday, ]1800 2000-"Addrt.'M Unknown," Paul
Lukas, K. T. Steven.
earth." They Sent Me to Iceland. Jane f.oodell. Me" during the radio program.
upon Wlngate's Raider, Charles J. Rolo. Sunday, 1500-"Weird 1'oman" Lon Chancy, AnnGwjnne.
-George Washington. Aerial Photographs and Their Applications Tapcart. .
III. by H. T. Smith: The Russian Army Walter Kerr Sunday, 1800, 2000-"Se\en Dajn' Ashore," Jt"QIt
Karl
The Army Reader ed. W. DeUer. Through Barbed Wire, GvtenPilestvvotxl.
"This war is only a continuation of Behind the Steel Wall Arvld Fretlborg. rne"e Brooks, Freddie Slack and Ilh Orchestra.
Betrayal From the East Alan Ilynd With General Chtnnault Robert B.Hot Monday, ]1800 2000-"Moon Over Laa Vegas," Ann
the American Revolution on a world Carrier Combat. Frederick Mcars. /. Ow'nf''t'ro., Vague
Der Fuehrer Konrnd Helden. Amphibious Warfaie. Sir Roger Kees.Book .
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scale. -John MacCarmac ((1913). Good Night, Sweet Prince Gene Fowler. of the Navy, Adolphe Roberta Tuesday, 1800, 2000-"Ilole'"I the Riveter," Jane
IV. Henry W. Grady, Raymond B. Nixon. The Curtain sdQ : Reynolds Prayer, Frank AlbertM, ,
Len "We are in the fight to stay until Jr. Military Drcoiatlnns find Campaign "
victory for human liberty, for justice Lightning In the Sky: The Story of Service Ears of the U. S., Cromwell Dorothy I Jimmy Doollttle. Carl Mann. Gibbons!
and for good faith is won ." Marching home: Complete War nndT1'oatwar Standing Room Only. Elizabeth Fovtfer.Tarawa. Other EntertainmentMain
Handbook for Service Men Robert bherrnd.
Frank Inox. amt! Families. Richard Hurt, Ten Escape' Krpnj Tojo, Melvin 11. Side .
My Fighting Congregation) William C. 1 JcCoy.; Saturday-Ship's Dance.Pag \
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I P "Why not try Vitch t" 11
A few mornings ago a couple of marines found themselves 4E pitch's !

in trouble in downtown Jacksonville. They were scheduled to j i Super Men j Hi. hi

be back on the station at eight o'clock and they had only An Irish CM'.O. wan putting a k
R half an hour to make it in. squad of recruits through the different
r. movements. Try as he would, !
Taking a bus was out of the question ; it would take it I: he couldn't get them In a straight

much longer than that. Hiring a cab was far too expensiveand line Finally)) he shouted, \Miat' < i

not}in harmony! : with a serviceman's pocketbook. the. matter with >'ez? Can't yea )
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Then they saw the miracle,? ji line up? That line to a8 crooked

r was a station wagon with a Red the USO has gone them one better. an a corkscrew! All of yez fallout \\ 1t
: Cross worker at the wheel. One of Every Sunday from 1 to 11 p m P and take a look at It!" _
the Marines walked over to the there will be free movies and a S S ,\
woman who was dressed in a Red vaudeville show for men in uniform Past Present 4 "r.

S3 Cross uniform and explained their and their guests at the USO Chouhound: "(ley, mesa-cook
predicament. Center at 311 W Duval street The what is this stiifft"MessCook
Needless to say the Marines got shows are continuous and all you : "Take it easy, ration '
back to the station on time, thanksto have to do is walk in I ral' "her, it's bean soup," :
the willingness of a Red Cross I Chowhound' "1 don care what :
volunteer to help a' man in the I its-been Wound it it nowT"
BRIEF REVIEW "And The
service *
Angels Sing,"' a musical which I I I Salts Talk
... play at the Main Station Theatre
The next USO show! to Yie presented i Bootblack "Shine your shoes,
;' on the station is!! titled this Sunday, stars Dorothy Lamour. "
,i Sailor is the costume that In-
of readers want-
I &o: many our
"Right This Way" and is due to It w the story of four sisters "
I ed to see more of Ann Gwynne "Not today grid Bergman wears in the picture -
play here on June 17 No further talents who decide to use their musical I after casting appreciative eves I "Shine. 'em :o you can see_ your "Gaslight" which plays at
details are available on this pro- just to make enough at our picture of her last week face in 'em'" the Main Station Theatre next
duction money to help their father buy a "'
as yet.
"No.
I that today we present another Wednesday and at the Studt'ntOftlcers'
farm flow well they succeed reallydoesnt "Cou'ard," auditorium
pose. Ann will be seen in "Moon on Friday,
.
Another bit of entertainment I\ matter when you consider 12 For the benefit
in Over Las Ve as" today at the May of the
hedtiled for June 1. D'Artega and ''that I there a lot singing, ,." Main Station Theatre Sunday at Know Stuff WAVES, Charles Boyer is In it,
hiM All-tiirl orchestra will play fora and comedy generously thrown in. the Student Officers' Auditoriumand Tmther: "Spell Straight'" too.
dance In the Main Station auditorium Should be an entertaining Sunday on Monday at the NATT Johnny: "S-t-r-a-l-g-h-t". -
on that date. If you saw afternoon, Center. "Correct. And what doe It
l' the mode, "You Can't Hat ionLoe I mean?" 'Follow The

," then you'll remember Here's a tip. mates, in case you All you have to do to get one is "Without a cher.= .. Boys'To
n'A rtf'ga. and hli girl*. haven't heard about it yet. The ask You'd better not delay: it'll I
: Junior Chamber of Commerce has cost you four bits at the gate. Heat Are I Be Shown Here"Follow
There seems to be no prospect distributed about 1,000 tickets for Jle.: "Plea! Please!"
erf special rates for servicemen at the Hippodrome Thrill Circus to fooMOKIES-Th latest word is, She: No."
the movies downtown as yet. But the USO Centers in Jacksonville that all 2'i' year men are frozen "Just this once?" the Boys," the story of

--- to the station Do you think "No," America's show world at war, will

Iledv Lamarr or Dorothy LamQur "Aw, Ma! All the rest of the kids begin showing at this station on
A ngels Sing could do anything about melting are going barefoot." May 21 when it opens at the Main
'_H that Ice? There are actually! Station Theatre.
I
"' civilians who think that theserviceman
some Just A Ham
: I The cast of this gigantic musical
: ; : rf arc better off than they First Cannibal "We>e just cap- brings to the screen some 50 stars
: are If you don't believe It, listen ,- tured an actor.:' and top-flight personalities of mo-
: to some of them on the bun Second Cannibal. : "Good! I'll take I
lion pictures, the stage, radio, concert
I The House of Magic show a ham sandwich" vaudeville and night club
.
... I should, be pretty Interesting I fields. Some of them are:
Some \ho'\c seen it say It's one Permanent \a\e
I, of the best things thej'xe e\cr Were I in the mood to make merrie George Raft, Vera Zorina Jeanette -

I seen frank Marstcller, organ- Looking for fun and a snack I MacDonald, Orson Welles,
Ut, and Harold Weiss, palnlst, aregiving With maybe a dance I Marlene Dietrich Dinah Shore,
I'' a joint concert on 9 May Light J talk and romanceI'd (Donald Connor. Peggy Ryan, W.
C. Fields The
Andrews Sisters
Both boys have a broad musical choose me a fun-losing MAC. Arthur
background so some good entertainment Did I seek a date stimulating Rubinstein Carmen Amayaand
I should be in store To pry mental dullness ajar.A her company Sophie Tucker,
I I Ted Lewis, Freddie Slack Charlie
,
v It didn't take those who made short snappy tussle
4 Louis Jordan
Spivak Martha
!
UeutE'nantmmander last week To make my wits hustle
O'Dnscoll and the Delta
I very long to rush over to the tailor IM pick HA a sparmate, a SPAR I Boys. Rhythm
R shop>> and get that extra: half But when I contemplate marriageAnd
stripe, sewed on The new WAVE peace and contentment I Through the intimate story cf
summer uniforms might help recruiting crave; I one man and one woman the story
Lots of cir'ilian\ girls!! think If then I am readyTo unfolds into the drama of entertainment -
,7\\ they're just too "cute" for words settle down steady at war and follows the

Some of the lays In the phjs- I'll get mea permanent \\'A"Eo I Camp Shows, enters the Canteens,
teal therapy rooms are still fight- the hospitals, seeks out the lonely

ing the Gullar Just listen, Hardly outposts leaps to the Aleutians,
g to them some time Now that "Does your husband still find Iceland the SmIth Seas, England,
a rk"_ the Florida primaries are 0\er, you entertaining?" Tunisia, and Sicily.

maybe we can hear something else "Not if I can help it !I" Produced by Universal "Followthe
on the radio besides "Vote for me Boys" is full of entertainment,

and I'll, blah, blah, blah" It On Report music, girls and gags. It will undoubtedly -
won't be long before lot ol men Lt. (Nite OOD.) phone rang, be the biggest musical
will be shoving! off for parts unknown Speaking was one of the MA,A.'s of the year.Torpedo.
Perhaps ue'H all meet of the Barracks M r ,
again nome time after the war "Sir, we have a mouse in here."
Who know? Our best wishes "What color is it?" demandedthe Output Is
to Lieut Raymond rorsbcrp, Assistant Lieutenant.
\\'f'lfareOfficer, and Ensign "Grey, Sir." !, Stupendous Figure

Uorotb Lee Cnntj', of Com-I "All right," snapped the Lieu- Monthly production of naval torpedoes -
JUuniC'3t1onwho will tie the knot tenant, "put him on report be'sout is now greater than the entire
this Saturday afternoon in the All- "
of uniform
World War I while
output,
Saints Chapel Many, many .
manufacturers of all other ord-
I happy returns SMOKiNOLAMP'S '
Same Gag I nance materials continue to make
OUT.
Recognize her' Well, It's Dorothy Lamour and you'11 be able to Dentist: "I'm sorry but I'm all marked increases under the Bureauof
ace her in the movie, And the Angels Sing, at the Main Station I out of gas.'' I Ordnance's program, according
Theatre this Sunday, at the Student Officers Auditorium on Mon Bur, norar )leads WAVE in chair: "Ye Cods Do to a recent announcement by the
or
day and at the NATTCenter on Wednesday Any objections rte, ire Freedom dentists pull that old stuff, too'" Navy Department
I

,,) -Male Call by-Milton Caniff. ,! reator of "Terry 'and the Pirates' Men Sometimes Co Nuts In__The Army I


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MISS LACE'CAUSE i COT \' GENERAL... GOT MY STRIPES OF COURSE, GENERAL TOO BAD, MAC .,. WO MORE ,THE FIRST TIME YOUR

BUSTED AND CONFINED TO PARDON ME" I THOUGHT YOU MIT' -PUT WEIL HAVE I RESFONSIBILITIE'S.YOtf ONLY COMPANY COMMANDER CALL

PAERACK5/ THOUGHT -THERE'* THE LIKE TO HELPCELEBRATE'ME TO MAKE ITA12XTHZEE5OME WAVE ID WORRY ABOUT YOUR YOU IN, GET THE CONVERSATION \, ,

Vt>U MKJHT HELP M6' 'POOR BELL... ;, I's \ OWN SELF-AMD MOT EVERY AROUND TO WHERE YOU 5AY'WM

f MOURN ;. "- WAVE A GUEST ] GOLDBRKK IN THE OUTFIT..,' THAT THE WAY M3U DID IT AT
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{ Sports Pavilion Offers Men Of Station Opportunity For Real Workout Fliers Meet

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Army Team Q AI


Here Sunday



Baseball will bow in Sun

t I ar day at Mason Field when the
r pie I Naval Air Station opens the

1944 season with the Way-

cross, Ga. Army Air Field

nine. Starting time will be at

1430.:
y
7
The Fliers will play return

same Waycross Sunday 16
i July.
; P
I Tonight Lieut. Marty McDon-
ough, Flier manager, intends to '
j have a look at most of the candi- t.
!I dates out for the squad when aI 1I --,
I preliminary seven-Inning: game is
: I f with the Aviation
"'.J\I'r '' played Marine kat;
r"'" Detachment nine of the NATTC

Nk4 .' on Mason Field at 1630.
6 11 ." _..._ __ Among the new wants-f) t
A newcomer to Station athletic facilities is the sports pavilion located on Essex St., opposite the T 4 hangar (Bldg 115): ). An activityof whom Manager McDonough
the physical training department the pavilion has facilities which offer men of the Station a chance for real workouts. Picture at left to see under Are are: Bill Shankie.PhMGc ,
and inset show general view of activities at the pavilion. At right Lieut Raymond Sparks, officer In charge of wrestling, demonstratesa : who played a full seasonat
guillotine hold on Robert E. Christian, HA 2c of the Dispensary, while other enlisted men. look on shortstop with Flint in the
---- - -- ------
---
----
-- -- ----------
-- --- ---- Michigan State league, hitting .303
----- -- ---
I in Class C ball.
Takes Title
SSA
., I Comdr. Haskell B-eFreltas To Play

c:7": ? Thomas Gunter AMM 3c; an infielder .

: In Volleyball who has had six years of
Thanks StationThe semi-pro experience with Thomas-

H RUNATh: I Ships Store Ashore, undefeatedin ton, Ga., clubs: Walt DeFreitas

.: .I'. I 22 straight games clinched the I II' first year of competition infielder whose minor league ex- ,
...r '
.! Commandant's Cup volleyball title' for the Admiral's Officers' perience has been with Hartford,
.: V Z- I' Conn. Trenton, N. J.. and Evans-
,; ( : during the past week. sports trophy and the Commandant's -
IndNorman.
'/:1 SSA scored a victory over every enlisted men's sports yule
/ ; .. ., 4[ I other team in the playoff race. trophy has been completed.At Barnes, AMM2c, a
.. i Two teams, VF 4 and Seaman this time the physical catcher, who was a member of the
I By Edmund Walsh. Y2'. .a._ Guard tied for second with nine training department expresses Wesleyan college (Conn.) nine;
1r .
victories and two defeats. appreciation for the cooperationof Dave Bride, ARM3c outfielder

NEGOTIATIONS are underway at the present time to Members of the winning entry the heads of all departmentswho who played one year of organized
were : Ray Norman, Archie Car- made the ball starting the season with Win-
to forces possible success
baseball
join
for NATTC players
make it possible ston Salem N. C. and
completingit
Mark
ter. Hazourl. Red Lyda, John of the sports program.
with the Main Station in presenting an all-station team this Atkins, Curtiss Blizzar and Billy The program has been eta- with Fargo N. D.

summer_ Lantz. tion-wide and has aided in the Larry Baldwin AMM2c pitcher -
If this works out Bluejacketsand In final games O&G defeated maintenance of a high level of who hurled for Ocala in the
Marines of the Station will I the Parachute Loft 18.16 and 15-5 morale among Station personnel Florida state league winning 17
have a real treat in store for them. Sports Pavilion and VF 4, 15-12 and 15-9. and in putting men into and and losing five Ensign Don
like FIN.u..TANDIM.S I Groves a pitcher and outfielder,
would
To be brief how you maintaining good physical condition -
to arrange a starting team for this 'lis Open To All Ships Tram Store W 11,.. 1 lAd<0 who performed In the Northern

array of 7Outfielders VF 4 9 :2Seaman The second year of sports league.
: Chief SpecialistA I Open to all men of the Station Guard 9 2 competition will start on 8 May Welner. At First
Seattle Kanlers; is the newly completed sports pavilion -iA&R: 8 :.1 with the
( ) tdo'anl, I I Parachute Loft 6 5 opening of the softball Buddy Weiner AMM2c first
Charley Woddlal, Sp (A) lo, Atlanta located on Essex St., across Recruit Center 6 5 season The physical training baseman who has had
semi-pro
Cracker and Hub Sand- from the T 4 hangar. O&G 5 6 department will appreciate
your
le, of the Lieut. Raymond E. Sparks, of VPB 2 (2) 4 7 continued maV? experience; and Bill McCloskey,
A) property to
Htrum, Sp ( VPB 2 H) :1 8vo.Cs cooperation Sic an Infielder, who has played
Brooklyn 1>od.tterM.InrleIdeMl the physical training department, 2 9 the second year of sports com- only amateur ball.
Lieut. Don Cross is the officer in charge and he is VM 2 9 petition a bigger and better
pro- In addition there
other
Atlanta Crackers, 3b; Alf Anderson assisted by Fred Shore, S2c. Docks-Ferrlea ri 1 10 gram. whom Lleut. are men
4 A. S., Pittsburgh Pirate. Available at the pavilion are facilities |-- L. E. HASKELL. into the McDonough"I'm may Insert -

*,*; Eddie Lyons, BM :2c, Washington for boxing wrestling, hori Lt. Comdr. USNR.Orricerin.Charge to let most of lineup.them going
Senator, 2b; and Lieut. I zontal and parallel bars, horse and I Softball BeginsAt innings," stated the play Flier a coupleof man.

Marty McDonough, Flier man- i buck, "torture" board, trampoline, Department of
and ex-Colgate star, lb. and punching bags. NAS MondaySoftball ager.
ager, Physical Training. Veteran players like Third) base-
Catcher Pa Colgan, AMM: So, I Officer in charge of wrestling
man Don Cross Second
baseman
8'rantonliners.. at the Memphis Tenn. NAS and will get underway Monday Rigney Still Chucks 'Em Eddie Lyons and Pitchers Bob
Pitchers: Johnny Blttner, SpA at the NFPS, U. of Penn. before on main station when teamsin
Johnny Rigney former Vickery, Erman and
Chicago Littlejohn
Hollywood Stars; Bob reporting here Lieut. Sparks states four slated
( ) 2c, leagues are to com- Phil
White Sox pitcher, is the Miller also
mainstayof may see some ac
of
Vlckery, AMM: le, property that activities at the pavilion of- mence operations.
the pitching staff of the Norfolk tion.
Brooklyn Dodgers; Phil Miller, fer men "a chance for a good Enlisted men's leagues will be -
--
Va. Naval Training Station. ----
AMM: : 2e, Patterson N. J. Red workout and for developing them- divided into the American and National Jt
%
-- | T -
Sox:; and Lt. (Jg) Erman Little- selves physically" while the other two loops Tennis Star Is HeadedFor
joh) i MltnUsippi semi.pro star. Men interested in physical de will be the Student Officers' leagueand Mile Is Overseas

If this team materializes you ex-ercises''I the Officers' league.In Johnny Mize, fence busting slug- Duty Outside U. S.
count on one thing for sure. all there 15
can are diamonds on
ger of the New York Giants a few
The grandstand at Mason Field Also, if sufficient men request the Station where games will be years ago, is now stationed at the Lieut. Elwood Cooke, 1939 win.
will pack 'em in this.summer. boxing wrestling or hand to hand played. Each game will be officiated Naval Air Station, Kaneohe Bay, ner of the world's doubles title in
tennis, has been detached
instruction, classes will be formed. by personnel of the physical T. H from the
Chief Specialist Vani who works The pavilion is open dally except training department. U. S. Navy pre-flight school Ath.
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for Lt. Marty Karow at the NATTC Sunday from 0300 to 1700. The beginning of softball marks ----i ens, Ga. lie will report to the Na.
coached the Pasco, Wash. NAS ---- ---- I the opening of the second year of Buy, Buy War Bond val Air Station, San Diego, Calif.,
last season to a record of 67 victories for Or and is expected to be assigned to
competition Commandant's
against three defeats. The SSA And Personnel To I activities cup Rye, Bye J"rf't'hun overseas duty.

Navy team was the strongest Servo Receive Awards Sat. I- Softball l is slated to run all sum ;
ice unit on the West Coast, beat- mer with a possibility that two I
W. W. Smith Com- SSA Wins Station Title
ing many of the strong Pacific Captain complete rounds may be played Volleyball
mandant, will at
plaques
Coast League clubs. present in all leagues
Vani. whose three year batting Inspection Saturday morning to _._- 4< --
average for the Seattle Ranlers two units for winning Station

was .322, was a kicking star in championships in Commandant'sCup Nice Going, Ted Williams

football for the University of competition it was announcedby It's 2nd Lt. Ted Williams, US fA .
in kick- Lieut. Edward .,,
Washington specializing Galligan sports MCR now. The former Boston A '
offs, punts, place kicks and points director of the physical training I. Red Sox hitting star, won his

after touchdown. program. I. wings at Pensacola NAS during
Notes about 'em. Joe \\'alsh.Cox. Don Rolli, CY will receive a the past week. Lt. Williams will
of the 10i2! plaque for Personnel. NAS
and shortstop bowling be retained at Pensacola as an instructor
NAS team, has been transferredfrom champions and Ray Norman, SK2c assigned to Bronson Field.
Norfolk to sea duty Lt. will receive the other plaque for I i( _
Alda Angelo Clpolat, of Squadron Ships Store Ashore, NAS Volley-
\O-\CS, who played shortstop ball champions. VPB 2 ((2)) Ensign Sets
._ _._
Lieut. Comdr. -- -
for Edgar M --
Suratt on the 1941 NAS baseball New Chin-Up Record
Bartell Is At NTS
team, N back from sea duty. Farragut Ensign F W. Atchley, USNR,
He' n smooth operator In the Dick Bartell major league base- of Squadron VPB 2 (2)), Class 100
diamond game according to his ball player since 1927 with the shattered the Station chin up rec-
roach Larry Baldwin, AMM: Pittsburgh Pirates, New York ord with a mark of twenty-three
2c, who played for Squadron \T Giants, Philadelphia Blue Jays, successive trips over the bar.
4's Commandant Cup basketball Chicago Cubs and Detroit Tigers, The new record is one better
championship, team, is a pitching is now an apprentice seaman at than that established by 2nd Lt.
rnndiOate for the Station team. the U. S. Naval Training Station, R. E. Mackey, of the same squadron. -
Baldwin hurled previously! In the Farragut Idaho. Mackey's mark of 22 chins
-- ----- -- set last .
Florida State league. was September.In
Chief handyman for the phys- winning entry SSA and coachedthe push ups. Ensign Atchley did v t
ical training deparment In main- fourth place team, A and R. 47, nine short of the NAS record 1 .
taming facilities is Horace Stepp, A recent. physical; training department for 'student officers. His speed I

carpenters mate, third class ruling holds that in the agility mark was 29.8, much bet-
Lieut. Gardnar Mulloy: once of the future no member. of the department ter than the average of 313. 4. +
<
physical training department here, may play on Commandant', The new record holder took his F M c>IAn
is now In command of an LST in Cup athletic teams or Admiral' pre-flight training at Del Monte amazing record of twenty-two consecutive victories paved the I .

the Pacific Chief Specialist Hip teams._ Calif., and won his wings at NAS way for Ships Store Ashore's annexation of the Commandant's Cup 4
Archie Carter rates a nod for ver- .jti-- Corpus Christ!, Tex. Volleyball title. Pictured here are: front row 1 1. to r., Curtiss Blizzard !)
satility in the recently concluded Buy, Buy War Bond Officer in charge of these testsIs SK 2c; Ray Norman, SK 2c; Billy Lantz, S2c and Bert Percy,
Commandant's Cup Volleyballrace. Or .I Lt. (Jg) Stephen Epler, of the S2c. Back row, Lieut. J. F. Henderson, manager John AdKlns,
Chief Carter played for the Bye, Bye Freedom. physical training department. Side; Chief Specialist Archie Carter and Charles Hazourl, SK 3c.











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Oh Johnny, How You Can Pitch! Musical Concert War Bonds-A Smile I

t- ,

J Tuesday Evening

Last in a series of classical mu-
sic concerts which have been featured 4

on this Station for the past .;
several months will be presented

\ Tuesday evening 9 May, at 2000 In
1I the Protestant Chapel, it has been I I :

'' announced. ,
Heretofore these concerts have

r been given on Sunday afternoons, i I '
'.,Q but due to the possibility that more L
.M .
w ,,< of the Station personnel might be I
4 reached, it was determined that
\ the final event would be in the evening 4N.

P'I This, final concert is unique In- i I : Ai.

{ asmuch as the station's two first
class specialists will be the per-
formers In a program. Frank Mar- .

1i steller, organist, and Harold Weiss,
I L wJ pianist. -
i Other o performers
n previously appearing in this seriesof
-
musical events were Tom Perkins ---

ot.t. .baritone; Earnest Hanson

oboist, and Margaret Young, soprano -
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0 i :> : 1 Here's Who BelievesIn Marine ,



War Bonds

Pfc.A rthur John Vosepka,
; wing leader of Class R-40, ARM Sgt Maurice Montgomery USMCR of the paymaster's office
I School, heads a truly War-Bond Marine Barracks on this Station smilingly displays some of the
'I conscious family. His wife and bonds he has accumulated during 21 months' participation In the

p "" aa' I. mother in Chicago are both buying Navy's bond allotment program Altogether Sgt. Montgomery a
k a r ,. bonds regularly I II veteran of the last war, has purchased bonds that have a maturity
I His mother, active in civic value of well over $1,000. The bonds on the inside of the sergeant'sfoot
fairs, including Red Cross at-I locker surround a picture of his daughter, Marjorie Lee of
has sold more than $200,000 Jacksonville.
'I and is still going strong. i
Prior to his enlistment in the'''

Johnny Bittner. Sp iA) 2c of the NATTC physical training department Marines in November, 1943, Vos I Preview Into Life Of
may be the moundstay of the All-Station baseball team. I epka a linotype operator, was also I
Bittner, a right hander. hurled 13 wins while losing eight games a regular purchaser. He sold his
in '42 for the Hollywood Stars of the Pacific Coast League. That's home shortly before entering mili i Future Is Offered In
I some pitching in a "hitters'' league. tary life and invested the entire ,
proceeds in War Bonds. :
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3 Teams Tie In Scftball Takes He was by Mayor awarded- Kelly an for official his total citation Famed House Of Magic

purchases of more than $12.000!
WAVE SoftballThree Over At NATTC I The company for which Vosepka Ever try to light an electric light I
worked in civilian life had a 100 with an ordinary safety match? (

teams of the WAVES Two leagues are underway and I per cent employee War Bond record Probably not; but you will be II Sailor \\7eils\ Lt. (;fig)
IOftballleague tournament are tied three more are scheduled to start and the wing leader is glad to able to see how it's done when Gen I
be associated with the 'eral Electric's "House of Magic"arrives Everything 1 is nautical, but
JOT first place with two wins and next week as softball takes over same typeof
in the Marine the station on Monday, nke, for AMMle: Boyd A. Lim-
no losses as results of the secondweeks' in a big way at NATTC. patriotic men I on
recorded. The Corps. 15 May. It will be presented at the mer and Lt (jg) Franc A.
games are Play was officially opened last i
leading teams are VPB, A&R and Friday with two games in the Yes, he has a regular Marine Main Station Auditorium at 2000. ooten.
I The sailor and the WAVE officer
Synthetic. !' American League division of the Corps War Bond allotment, too! I I Since it takes several hours to culminated a romance of-

Teams with one win and one (Ship's Company League. TTHm( ) -- set up the equipment for this long standing by becoming "Mr.
lone are Waves Unit and NAOTC; outclassed TTQ 13 to 4, and TTA-1 (scientific show, the 1700 and 1930 I and l\IMI." last Sunday In the
no wina and two losses: VF, Sup I defeated TTHd( ), 4 to 2, The National EM'S Won't Wear shows will be cancelled on the day 1'ourll.t'hurch at Daytona
ply and T 1 and Yard
Parachute Loft, Aerology andYard. last Thursday, but the games were Gray Uniforms preview of the "House of Mag I Limmer l.s stationed here and
.) 1 rained out. Opening games in the ic" indicates that it will not onlybe one of the usher at the. nodding -
In Monday's games the WAVES First Regiment League were held l I I Plans announced last year for entertaining but a portent into wa Raymond J. \\'agrrUI2c ,

unit won over VF with a score of Monday. issuing gray working uniforms to I II the future as well Among the I .\:\ of the brklegr()( m'8
21 to 12 and VPB was victoriousover National League games are enlisted men (below the rate of I many unusual demonstrationswhich squadron
the NAOTC team 6 to 5. scheduled for 1600 today and I, C. P.O.) have been deferred for will be performed by C. Ed-
Tuesday evening the A&R nine defeated American Loop clashes at the I the present, the Navy disclosed reI I ward Gluesing, a former magician, Stainless Steel Plane
T-l and Yard in a one same time on Friday. II cently. I is making a toy train go forward I
sided game which ended 19 to 0. Next wekN schedule follows: ReasonAH: available textile- and backward at the command of Tests
I Undergoes Navy
Synthetic also came out on top Fourth Regiment games at 1600 I finishing equipment is being utilized I II the spoken voice, an electric lamp
with a score of 15 to 0 overSupply and 1700 Monday. Opening of Of I for the production of olive being lit by electricity fusing I WASHINGTON first large
I ficers' League, game to start at drab, used as special clothing for I through a man's body and a man : stainless steel airplane ever put
Mary Plummer of the Syntheticteam 1630 Tuesday. Second and Third personnel serving at overseas bases shaking hands with his own 'into production is undergoing
leads in the number of home Regiment games at 1800 Wednes I and afloat in the amphibious force. shadow 'I flight tests, the Navy announced.The .
runs for one player with 6 to her day National League games It had been planned to issue Gluesing's career as a "scientific plane, built by the Edward G.
credit. Betty Hall of A&R is second Thursday. American League games gray twill to enlisted men as soon magician" began when he was attending Budd Manufacturing Co., Philadel
with 4 with Maribel Wutke of Frirtaj. as sufficient stock had accumu State Teachers' College at phia, is a twin-engined cargo car-
VPB(2)( in third with three, and --- lated. Officers and chiefs may con- LaCrosse, Wis.. and the Universityof I rler.
Sue LoU of NAOTC, fourth, with TTB Annexes Crown kShip's tinue to wear the gray working Wisconsin. It was then that he
two. Players who have chalkedone I uniform, the announcement Mid first searched into the mysteriesof i it has entertained more than 10-
home run to their teams' creditare Co. Volleyball -- + magic and made it his favorite i 1000,000 persons, with more than
But it took of 3,000,000 seeing the show at the
hobby. seven years
: Alberta Innis of A&R, and i
I TTB of the best Such
volleyball Popularity
one in Wisconsin New York World's Fair.
teaching public
:Mary Averette, A&R, Rose Walsh.VM ,
and Hutchins : teams produced at NATTC, is the i WASHINGTON (CNS) The I schools before he turned to his first : New wonders of science are add
Nancy Synthetic -
: newly-crowned champ in the Ship'sCompany War Department has announced I love, magic, but the kind that has ed to this show every :year as it
beatenin double elimination volleyball that thousands of enlisted men under scientific justification and is indicative continues to tell the story erf, how
The Waves officers were
league at the Training Center 32 transferto that industrial research is
both : last Thursday and recently requested of the progress continually
games the Infantry so that they can after widening the horizons of Americanlife
science is making year year.
. Friday. They lost first to Supply
I TTB won the championship bydecl.i'ely "fight the enemy at close quar- The name "House!! of :Magic" was and also offers a hint of what
defeated
9 to 7 and on Friday Synthetic the
I trouncing previously ters." In many cases these requests first applied to the General Electric new feats of "magic" may becomea
them 21 to 13. They will
unbeaten TTG-O team in two ,. are being granted, the WD ,I "wonder show" at World's I part of tomorrow's standard of
play NAOTC Thursday with the matches. The scores were 15-5: : added. Fair in Chicago. Since that time living.
game beginning at 1815.: 15.3, and 15-0, 153. The champs ______ _
Games in this tournament are are M P. Burt T. C. Ruescher, R.
played each Monday and Tuesdayin C. Cochrane, H. Lindtveit, M A. Chiefs Awarded Unit Citations
the WAVES area. Games are Rogers, J. W. Stabo and N. E.
called for 1815. Guess. .


Final Standings For Commandant's Cup I


A R (' n Jo: r (; H 1 3 'K I
'Assembly'" Repair IS 3 12.3 10 7.5 12 9 1S 0 3 068itretult
Center 6.5 1S 2.3 12 6 2 7.5 10 4 1 78.3
Seamen Guard 2 9 2.3 15 3 2 11 12. 0 S 71.3
4hlp's Stort1Ashore 9 12 2 7,5 0 0 15 0 5 0 50.5:
I' ,\rly No. 4 St\ladmn 8,5 2 2 2 15 9 11 0 1 0 4.5Onfnaneej& '
Gunnery 10 2 7 3.5.5 2 6 9 3 0 47.5:
float quse'4 7 6 2 2 0 35.5 .
2 'gg 19 g g
/ : >; 2 2 : 12 5 1 35.5
.VPB-2h 'c.. 6 2 2 I''' 3.5. 9.5 7.S 4 0. 0 0 3-1.5
: Nt.anIU;' 2 0 10 S *0'j; ; 4 2 2 5 2i 2.5 g g g }gPC"1fl

J\-r-\ 6,5 2 2' :2 2 15 2' ,0 0 0 31.5Deeka :
& Ferries 4 6 31 ..2, 9.5 4 2"" 0 0 0 30.5: 't
'f Parachute Loft (1.5 5 :a 2 2 2 'T, O. 0 0 27.0
Hospital I 2 2 2. 7.5 7.S 2 2 0 0 0 26.0
vo VCS 2 4 11 i ; 2 2 7.5 2\f 0 ,0 0 201 0 I
Marine Barracks 3 2 f r(1; 2 2 2 i 0 ,I 0 17,0 ra '
Main Dispensary 2 2 2 2 g 2 2' g r g 12.0
Cooks & elkera 3 2 0 0 2 2 10.0:
Storekeepers 2 0 0 0 0 6 CJ 0 0 0 II 0
Ptleh Lab 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 60a1re I
epar'mt'n0 2 fI 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 6.0 ., .
plain ; 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 60 ..'
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n. .urh teelballp Ii:. ba.kelballp Y. boiIina H, vollrballp il.teedb.1I1 I Capt. J. B Lynch, NATTC Commanding Officer ileft makes presentation of Presidential Unit
I. "'u'.n: .aottball b..u. PO'"I J. Mali.. a..1.'U. II.... pel.1 Citations to three chiefs at NATTC, who served on the USS Enterprise. in actions against the Japs.

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+' Hostess House Will Enable Enlisted Opening Of NATTC Hostess Housei "'


In+i Men To Entertain Immediate Families .: i &', j

'i I Enlisted men of NATTC now .

have a place where they can meet I
j. and visit with the members of --

their Immediate family with the yC R 5 ,
opening of the new Hostess House, e. 1i

located"! the Ship's Service building \
in the room which formerlywas
the PO Club.
The Hostess House, nicely fur-
nished and decorated, was dedi-
cated Monday by Capt. J. B. Lynch,

Commanding Officer NATTC. The I .. "
spacious room has been completely \\\t1\\ \ ',''" .. .
remodeled, and numerous settees, 1f .
soft chairs and tables are avail- .
able. The house adjoins the Chap-
lains' office, which has been movedto
the northwest corner of the (Reporters-I* H. Vadnais, S2c;
Ship's Service building.The J. R. Essen, S2c: Pfc. Herb
house is for the exclusiveuse Johnston Jr., USMCR.)
of enlisted men at NATTC and Play Ball. First Sgt. Timothy J.
will' be used solely for visiting pur- Johnson of Headquarters Squadron
poses. Personnel will not be al. reports first news of the MAD
lowed to visit the house unless they baseball team .Quotes Johnson,
have relatives visiting them. Mem- "Yes, something new has been :
bers of the immediate families of added--arm muscles we didn't I', ,11
Shin's Company men will be admitted know we had, and at the moment. I
on their station passes. rather wish we hadn't" But I, ) "
Students can obtain guest passes the first sarge is confident that I a
from company or. squadron commanders the Marine team, along with the I

aching muscles, will shape up nice- I Norma L Dee, hostess, welcomes Captain Joseph B. Lynch, Commanding Officer of NATTCat
The new establishment Is supervised ly You'll be seeing and hearing the official opening of the new Hostess House. To the left of Captain Lynch are Lieut Col. W. T.
by the Welfare Department, about them in action soon. Evans, Commanding Officer Marine Aviation Detachment at NATTC and Commander John E. Wal
and a civilian hostess, Mrs. Norma Ship's Service Scenes. Pop Pev- rath. Superintendent of Technical Training. .
Dee will be on duty to assist sailors erell and his snazzy salute -- -
and visitors. The house will be open Here's hoping he doesn't crack his.1

from 1530 to 2100 Mondays arm or throw himself out of joint Unit Citations Radio Programs War Bond
through Fridays. 1000 to 2100 Sat- The boys at Ship's Service Flags
urdays, and 1100 to 2100 on Sundays gave Miss Esther Tippens an enor- Friday-"Navy News," WJAX,

and holidays. mous gift box of perfume, pow- Awarded 2 Men 1730-1755. AwardedatNATIC '
der, etc., on her birthday Saturday-"N a v y W1 n g 8," 1
Congratulations and how mcciy! WJAX 1900 19SO; and
candles for the cake? Here "Jumpin" Jax", WPDQ, 2245-: The Marine Aviation Detach.
Modest Screen Corporal Is Sore Corp. Arnold SaturdayCapt. 2SOO. ment, seven Ship's Company divis
ions three student all
Troncone recently returned from Uonday-"Xavy Xew," WJAX, and groups,
furlough with a wide expanse of I Walton W. Smith, USN, 17 755.: of which are over the 90 percent
Star Wearing adhesive plaster stretched across commandant of the Jacksonville TU8tay-uWlng" Over America mark, were awarded War Bond
honor "by J. B.
the bridge of his nose When Naval Air Station presented Presi- ," WJHl1, 2100- 130.Wednesday"N pennants Capt.
asked if the plastered proboscis dential Unit Citations to two naval a v y N.e w s," Lynch, Commanding NATTC, In a
at the Grinder 26
UniformThe April
Navy was painful, and if perhaps it was aircrewmen Saturday morning for WJAX, 1750-1755: ; and "G. L ceremony It was the Training Center's sixth
acquired by bumping into a door service as radiomen-gunners in Jive," Wri>Q, 2015, 20SO. War Bond
Bluejackets who reside In the corp. retorted (somewhat Navy dive bombers attached to the ------- presentation ceremony ..
since
the establishment of the station.
Barracks 64 at NATTC have hada pointedly) that after all it was his USS Enterprise.The .

.. screen star in their midst for the schnozola, and "Would you really I honored men were ACRM Ingenious Marine In congratulating the men on
last three months and only found like to know how it feels?" Irby A. Sanders, Louisville Miss., their "very splendid record," Capt.
out about it a week or so ago. Questions of the Week. Who is and ACRM Edward J. Garaudy, Lynch revealed a tremendous increase .
The cinema celebrity is RobertE. the mysterious culprit of R-35 who New Orleans, La. Both chiefs now Uses His BrainsTo in the purchase of War
Strickland. AOM3c, who playedin had a "clueless" accident last Sat- head squadron radio maintenance ; Bonds by NATTC personnel. For
"Girl Crazy", with Mickey I urday night ? ? ?- Will Barracks 5 departments at the local air sta the first quarter of this calendar
Rooney and Judy Garland. ever win the "E"? Who is behind Feather NestPFC year, marines and sailors at
Stiickland is 19 years old, six the strange voice which has been I tion.The Presidential Citation to the NATTC saved In bonds, throughpay
feet two, blonde and has a smilea I haunting radio theory instructorsin I the
of
crew the Enterprise covers deductions alone, the sum of
la Bob Hope. He was a radio class ? What's all the talk about period from 7 December, 1941 to EDISON T. MINER, Pay $133,575, the captain disclosed.
guide at NBC in Chicago late in bandman PFC Charlie Scheu whis- 15 November, 1942, during which I Clerk of Squadron 6, M.A.D., now The new groups join many othersat
1942 when he met an M-G-M talent pering sweet nothings into the time the famous carrier participated -I has more than $8,000 in War NATTC, who are over the 90
scout. The scout sent him to pretty, pink ear of a local belle? in the battles of Midway, Bonds, and the figure is growing per cent standard of excellence
New York for a screen test. Strick- How does E. P. McElveen of Bks. Guadalcanal, Santa Cruz, the Solo- each month. How does he do it? mark and who received honor pen- i
land had five years' experience in 4 do those excellent imitations of mons and the Stewart Islands, and The system is unique but really pants in previous presentations.The 1
semi-pro dramatics, and he sailed. orators, including President Roose- the early raids on Wake, the Gil- quite simple. Pfc Miner's success marines drew high praisefor
past the test. velt and a number of Florida politicians berts, Marcus and the Marshall may be attributed to a fortunate their record. The entire Ma-
Thirty days later Hollywood bec- ? McElveen, incidentally, Islands. combination of initiative, patriotism rine Aviation Detachment aver- .
koned, and Strickland responded. puts on his shows during field In addition to the Enterprise citation and good business sense. ages 95 per cent participation in
Almost immediately he was givena days. Chief Garaudy also holds Before Joining the Marines in I the Navy's payroll allotment sav-
strong" supporting role in "Girl Did You Know That. There are the Air Medal for an attack on a March, 1943, Miner owned two ings plan. The Ship's Company divisions
Crazy. He portrayed a somewhat ,,11 men who served on the Enterprise Jap cruiser during the battle of grocery and meat market busi- whose records range between -
bashful cowboy who fell for comely i at the Ordnance B School Midway, and Chief Sanders holds nesses-one in Loudonville, Ohio 90 and 100 per cent are
Miss Garland. But it seems his approach At the same school are four the First Marine Division Presidential and the other in Perrysville, five TTB. TTN, TTG-1, TTA-1, TTM,
was all wrong and, as Inmost instructors and several students Unit Citation for the land- miles apart. TTH, and TTY. The Band has a
cases, the gal was won by the who the I The record of 100 cent. The thre-
were on Lexington ings on Guadalcanal, Tulagi and Perrysville customers had ,I per
hero Mickey- Rooney. One of them Hughes, served on a Gavutu, and letters of commendation been carried "on the cuff" to the student groups receiving awards
Asked by a reporter if he kissed British cruiser at one time from Admiral W. F. Halsey I aggregate tune of several thou- were Bks 51, 52 and 16.
Judy In the picture, Strickland Members of a new radio class are and Admiral O. B. Hardison. sand dollars. In spite of lucrativewar ------ --
in three short words "No,
replied H. W. Carr, who was an apprentice Sanders, a veteran of almost 20 jobs, many of them refusedto
darn it!
Strickland Is modest lad which toolman in industrial diamond years' service in the Navy, is mar- pay their bills, claiming that Two ChaplainsAre
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a work, G. L. Miller, a former tele- ried to the former Miss Elsie Tay- tax deductions, insurance, a.ndVar
is the his mates hadn'tfound
reason typist, and C. F. Pruden, who lor, Seattle, Wash. Garaudy who Bond allotments left them only
out about his
sooner screen worked in a ceramics lab. O. Joined the Navy in November, enough to take care of current ob- DetachedThe
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exploits. His buddies in Bks
Krampf of R-43 used to be a lum- 1939 is married to the former Miss ligations.The .
say he is a very regular guy, and berjack R. M. Brueno of R-43 Gibson Los Both
they should know. Ruby *)l Angeles enterprising young grocer best wishes of NATTC personnel .
He recently made the V-12 was a movie operator. couples make their temporary arranged to have the War Bonds will go with two chaplainswho
and will leave soon for pro-a PFC George Fish, MAD head- home in Dewey Park, near hcie.. signed over to him until his cus- were detached from the Training .
college gram training course, preliminary quarters driver, is a poet His 1 tomers' bills were paid in full. For I Center last week. .
to receiving a commission. He latest inspirational verse, "A Med- : instance: If the bill were 50 dollars They are Lieut. Robert T. Weston -
joined the Navy in July, 1943 and al For Mother," was broadcast last Rod Cross Director Miner accepted two $25 bondsas who has taken up his dutiesat
now is in Class 2B-13 in Bomb- Friday morning on the "Prayer for Commends/ A7ni'V Depl. full payment.The I Main Side, and Lieut. (jg) Har
fiight School. I Your Boy" program over Jacksonville's I' plan has worked] out very ry W. Amtower, who has been assigned
Strickland says he hopes to return WMBR Chief MAA, First large government unit to nicely all the way 'round, Pfc to a Marine Aviation Dei.
to Hollywood after the war. MTSgt. Evans soothes somewhat I meet and exceed its quota, the Miner has at once cleared up his tachment. ,
Here's hoping he gets the girl next disgruntled men on a clean-up detail Navy Department was complimented financial past, helped Uncle Sam Chaplain Amtower had been at .
time. with "Boys it ain't what ya by Norman H. Davis, National today, and insured his financial NATTC for seven months and
do; it's the way that ya do it" chairman of the American Red future In the post-war days to Chaplain Weston about six months.
After 20 years in the Marine Cross, for its showing in the 1944 come. Both have scores of friends at the
Corps, Evans knows whereof he Red Cross War Fund campaign.His Training Center.
An UnconquerableSpirit speaks! commendatory letter, ad- A newcomer to the Chaplain's

Aided Knox Wave Dietrich. A neat WAVE, dressed to Vice Admiral Ross T. Quiz Contest Corps here is LIeut. (jg) J. II
Build who could provide some stiff oppo- McIntire, USN, Surgeon Generalof Harper. Chaplain Harper, who is
To Fleet
sition for Dietrich or Grable, recently the Navy and chairman of the from McComb, Miss., arrived here
Continued from pace oa. was turned back from the drive for the Navy Department, (QUESTIONS PRINTED ON last week after completion of Jils

ligious man himself. main gate for forgetting to attire praised the Department for over- PAGE 3) indoctrination course at William
"To every man and woman In the specimens in hose befitting the subscribing the goal 50 per cent. ANSWERS: and Mary College in WllIlamftb rg. >
the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast hour of the day There has The quota was $116,600. As of 12 1. Lily family. 'Va. He joined Chaplain B,Ptl-
Guard-we can bow our heads to a been a rush to class these past April subscriptions totalled $181- 2. True. Hod, who has been here" for',.c'.everatmonths. ti
great American who gave his life noons by the radio students of the 000--$64,400 over the top. The 3. (b)1394.) ""\ +. *?. ("' .
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included -r' 4
First amount the contributionsonly '
for his country. We can say with RegimentDue to the 4. Gallant Fox won $308,000 In
our Lord, 'Well done, Frank Knox.' parade of beautiful girls that pass from the Navy Department, 1930, and that ain't hay.
"We can dedicate ourselves to that way every noon ? Washington, D. C. Thirty-two 5. A general court martial is
his last AINav he would send to Pictures MTSgt. Ellis McLean thousand persons, naval and clv- most severe. I r- ;
J u* today from across the valley, makes Marine buddies "safety- lian, contributed.ord 6. Lawrence Tibbet, Lily Pons''

'Carry on.' first" conscious of by displaying pictures of Bennett's two tours of dutyin and Lautltz Melchior. I At St. \..,...."t'. llonpittl. J.f k..<..f III*;
Tom Perkins, aviation machin- gruesome auto accidents 7. James Forrestal, Undersecre-I I.t and Mrs, Alden Wilbur Hanson,
ist's mate third clans rendered a he covered during his days as an the Marine Corps, highlightedby tary of the Navy, ia now Acting a eon Alden Wilbur Jr born .'1"1'
solo number, "There Is No Death," officer in the Florida State Police several shots snapped in Shanghai Secretary of the Navy. day April 21
McLean also modestly shows when the sergeant was stationed Lt.: Ifs< ) and Mrs. George Schwartz;,
u a part of the impressive me- a 8. Sewell Avery was the man a son I born Friday Apt II :21
morial rites. Frank Marsteller, Sp snapshot of the crack Police Pis- in the International Settle- literally grabbed by the seat of AMMlc and Mrs. VVlllUm Elliott, a .
,(W) Ic presided at the organ. tol team of which he was a mem- ment during the Jap invasion in his pant.i and ci-'on: the bum's rush Ion William Henry, born Monday,
Rear Admiral A. C. McFall. chief ber Speaking of pictures, Sgt. the late 1930's. by U. S. tr cps for disregardingUncle April 24.AMlc and Mm Bennett Stump a
of Naval Air Operational TrainIng Sterling Bennett, of AEM School, --- Sam's orders. daughter, Mary Sue, horn Munday
with headquarters on this Station furnishes thrills to all and sundry Buy, Buy War IJo.kl1 9. Michigan, the upper penin- April' 24.
and Captain W W. Smith, with his scrap book The album Or sula and the lower peninsula: !Sarton Lt. ,(J Jj a<)son and Henry Mr.Michael Henry, It Michael, bomi
commandant: were in attendance. contains a complete pictorial rec- Bye, Bye Freedom 10. One key. Tuesday, April 43, .




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