Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 29, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Put Your Money On A Sure Winner-Invest In War Bonds

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::; .: 29 June, 1944
VOL. 2 No. 15 I _,
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I;!!1 An Activity of the Naval Air Operational Training Command


I'' .. Her Ambition Is To Be A Nurse Public Works, "V 7-*4 Put Us On Your Mailing List

I : : ';' .. ..t"q And 0 & G Exceed
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"J '\;, Quotas In Advance

The rising crescendo of battl

( 1 In Pacific waters and on Europeai
j beachheads will provide inspiration -
: I Saturday as the Navy's uniformed -
!, and civilian personnel open

the Navy's 1944 Independence Day]

t Extra War Bond Sale. t' 4n
The objective of the campaign Is. r

'. I to sell $500,000 in extra War Bond;;
here between 1 July and 8 July. Lt _
(jg) Helen Clemson of the War Miy --- + 1tAt4r

Bond Office announced that to

meet the Station's goal all hands; ; ,.. ,.- .....""
4 IOO "
extra Wi
ire expected to purchase an
< ash bond. '/ Wf f8PS
to the Navy 1Jtoi t9'iI/
\ Early responses C/I CtI 1JIM' ,
.+ drive augurs well for its success Mi MfQr
'. and Lt. Clemson disclosed yesterday -
( .c.r :",'" .
I that advance pledges amount

: r i r.(,1 .I to; Quotas$135,000 have, been established foi ===-_:: -j''

0NAVE ill departments and first to go over
x. the top was Ordnance and Gunnery) r-r.., w.w Boo.l Sew. .

A., #t& il /. ,, 4 which mote than tripled its figure I
Mate, Third Claw Florence \,'. >\'INon, btallttnri i by advance pledges. The Public "I don't mind telling you, sir, this is the crudest method I've

Pharmacist1 Natal Hospital" on this Station says of her Natyork: : Works Department backed up the EVER seen of putting a sales program over with a bang!" .
at the 100,
attack to the tune of over $ -
wish Is, that I haul been a nurse years
'1 like It our well that mj only ))00 X-1 Division also exceeded its
to help
when I first", wanted to I plan to use my Navy training: starts, Lt
ago iMM-ome a nurse, after the war." Her alignments since being attached quota before the drive Treasury Salute To Navy
HIM haIncluded the linen room, and Clemson said. .

Ward A-9 to ,the an Na\'al orthopedic Hospital"' ward, where the gUe'" general hospital Campaign The annual this year Independence comes during Day Will Be Broadcast Over

tare to officer patients.She ; Rosalie M. I the nation's Fifth War Loan driverV'ar I
under Instruction of Navy: :Norse, Ensign"
Is" shown \ Bonds purchased aboard the
C'rubetk,, of >MlkeBarre, 1'a. Station will be accredited to the WJAX At 1600 Tuesday"The
-- -- -- -- well to the
national drive as as
The-Time For All Nassau and Duval County quotas
Now Is However, Bonds bought off this Treasury Department Salute to the Navy" will be

enervation ate not credited to the broadcast on 4 July over the NBC network and will be heard
To Come To Station> Lt. Clemson pointed outn
Grid Players appealing to all hands to buy locally overVJAX at 1600.

heir Bonds here. In a unique ceremony, the Navy will receive high tributen

Aid Of Air Station Team War Bond officers have been the Fourth of July for the inspiring, role it i has played iui
ppomted in all departments and ... ---- 'I ceding the Nation's parade of
and want to make sure the Air he War Bond Office in Building Wink At 'I bond buyers.
If you're a football player is the time to do 39 Is open for business as usual Dont The Philadelphia Navy Yard
Station has a football team next fall, now Buy more than ever before! I has been "selected, a*", the cite for

about it. -' the. monster" Independents Day
according announcement in the French rally Philadelphia U the Cradle
"All Navy personnel, interested in playing of Liberty and the shrine of theLiberty
Plan of the Day, June 25, "who are Women's ReserveTo FRANCE (CNS) GIs Well. The Navy Yard

on the I.Sta-; o football team France have been warned I II there U pioneer and outstanding -
contact Lieut. John Mason, of the Pen Punchy I the War Department not supporter of the Navy War
PT Boats
I I i
Department Buy "
Physical Training wink at French girls ; I bond program
726 or Ext 593 as soon as '* want Chief on the
Bldg. speakers program
IT. riKKCK, Fla.--Seaman boats will, I keep hands of> au I
possible." Vincent Frank Los, 20, of Two motor torpedo keep out of trouble will be Secretary of the Navy
The announcement further states 24' admit freely he hasa be purchased: through War Bone The WD further advises : James V. Forrestal, Adm. Ernest J.
that all men are eligible exceptstudent Baltimore In port-and most I bought by members of the Wonen's in a booklet distributed a King, USN, Commander in Chief of
officers ail-crewmen in girl every Reserye, U. S. Naval Reserv, and Chiefof
beachhead, the United States Navy
Inland cities, too. the Normandy
of the et
who are students and added to the fighting
and men and TieasurSecietary
training Aligned to the scout and give the women a hand ; Naval Operations /
.-hool of the Naval am- in honor the second anniversar the housework. "French Henry Morgenthau Jr. !
the Air Station had raider I..os write of the establishment of the won about how your Rear Admiral M. F. Draemel, I
Last year base here, Service, still talk I
phibioiiH Naval I
This it will all en's branch of the i I USN, Commandant of the Philadelphia
team. year In the booklet 'w.'I
football to 336 girls thers did
no regularly two PTs will be __ I
if there are not to Cost of the Navy Yard and of the
It ,
have one, appears of the country all
sufficient personnel with grid experience parts Hawaii. Its a bad week eyed by the allocation of COV-\\ Fourth Naval District will be official .
aboard to form a team. I when he doesn't write each of bonds bought Navy's by Independence Navy women Day Invasion Was All host and master of cere
Edward VV. ingthe
Comdr. I monies.
1941 under .
at leant once.He. fund
Station won sevengames them of 10 War Bond Drive to a special The proceedings will not only
Mahan, the I receiver' an average
of an eight game schedule, to 20 letter a day and answer for As the purchase of the of Navy-wide the war A Secret To Him be broadcast! over a nationwideNHC
part WJAX.
to Pensacola, 13 to 12. most network, including
only lie spends
losing all promptly. bond sale from July 1-8, it is anticipated to
I but will be hort-waved troop*
In 1942 under Lieut. Hobbs of his" liberty writing. that Navy women will invest AN AMERICAN

Adams, the Station team wasranked at least $1.080.000 in bonds i in BASE IN ENGLAND, June 29.I I overnea The" will* afford an opportunity
sixth among the nation'sService bond al- Delayed) Lieutenant program
Totals Over 450,000 : addition to their regular I I to Secretary Morgen !
elevens. The Fliers won 9 I That sum equals the pur Egbert Edwards, U. S. N. R.,
lotments. tribute to Navy's I
games in 12 starts, beating Duke, ,I The total strength of the U. S. chase price of two PTa equippei jf T48 North Broad Street, thau to!In pay the War bond ptogtam.In '
Clemson, Florida and Pensacola' Marine Corps on 30 April, 1944, with their armament and ordnanc /Arizona/ who has been addition the Treasury Secretary .
otheis. Only teams to triumph I according to the fleet. They Nazis longer than most I .
among I was well over 450,000 and ready to join will commend the War
over the Fliers were Georgia, announcement.Ipplication I than 60.000 womei fulfilled an ambition June 6,
Department will be more uniformed personnel
L Navy I record of the
and Rollins. I about it
Georgia. Pre-Flight contributing to the purchase price< but he didn't. know of[ the Navy, Marine Corps and f

Cards For "Official War of the birthday gift-, ifterwards"Eggy" Edwards took his U. I Coast Guard. Over 1.600,000 War I
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( ('..II.II

Ballot" Available For All Personnel Radio SpotlightOn Heat Of Summer Fails To Slow Down I

cards for "official war ballot" for absenteevoting Cdr. Johnson"Navy Unit Here 'k
Red Cross
Application Of t,1
available at all Unit Mail Rooms and at the Directory News," on WJAX Monday Activities :

are delivery upon request, to Wednesday and Friday at
office, for ,
Station post to vote, it has been announced.I 1750, will feature a brief person' I I Despite the heat and summer diversions t I A. Wegger. Mrs. R. M. Wyatt. ,
all naval personnel qualified hands directed toprint ility sketch of Commander R. R volunteers of the Rec I II Mrs John W. Rogers and Mrs. F.
In filling} in "application} cards, all are Johnson, Executive Officer of the I I Cross Unit of the Naval Air Station I I G Gooding, Jr.

or type under their signature and to order additional cards as nation, on this Friday's broad- steadily continue to fulfill: I Others are Mrs J. E. Quest, r
Including from the Directory (ex ast. their quota of surgical dressings I Mrs. M. E. W. Oelrich Mrs. Ren-
*, their full names In a series of sketch- of a large group of R. Cosel. Mra.
tension 77S and 8444) so as to be This Is one with the help nie Isner Mrs.
name, with rank or rating well-known personalities I Mrs. Robert Fife,
middle able at all times to deliver cards ell about new recruits. Ralph Gustofson
and box number. to naval personnel requesting aboard this station. During the past month the group Mrs A. D. Rugg and Mrs W. M.
"Application cards" should be them I Reporter for the "Navy News"s has put In 806 hours in the Sunday Sheppe.
Pfc. Herbert Johnston of the at the all-day Tues- Although it's a human Inclination
postage free', to 1944 primary election will be School room
mailed promptly Aviation Detachment. The routine duties dur
Marine to give
and Friday up
and Mississippi
State of the apt held in Georgia _. day:
of -
Secretary Tues the Unit
the meeting on summer months
Minnesota 10 July; Michigan I WAVE auxiliary I ing ai
I caat'J home state. Each "applica- 4 July, Oklahoma; Utah and Wash AYES May Be Allowed day evenings, also succeeds in trying to keep membership at a '

tion" must, however, be certifiedby ington, 11 July; Arizona, Montana -I. maintaining: enthutlasnand energy new high so that the production y;
commissioned officer before and Wyomnig, 18 July; Tex "o Serve OverseasThe for this extremely necessaryRed of bandages may not lag in theso
a 25 July; Cross enterprise. crucial war months.,
as, 22 July; Arkansas House'Naval Affairs Committee I month the need for more 4*MJD
1 reported Every
and Virginia who have
Missouri those
to Kansas, to Among .
I personnel eligible has approved legislation surgical dressings Increases
naval and more
T"AU Tennessee, 3 August; for work with the Unit recentlyare
vote in the states of their residence .- Kentucky August; 5! August and Vermont, permit WAVES to serve overseas Mrs J. Burton Webster, Jr., i and every service wife who
are urged to apply promptly Run-off primaries will owever[ the women must volun- Mrs. F. H. Wood Mrs. K. J. Smock, I can donate a few hours a. week to
8 for
for an "official war ballot. directed tx held In Arkansas 8 August; teer for duty overseas, except Mrs. W: F. Lkid Il, Mrs W. J. : the work Id urgently invited to
tw as-
Unit mall officers have been of "ap. Utah, 15 August/ ; Texas 2* August Hawaii where they may Frazier Mm. R. S. Leigh, Mrs. I join the Unit now.
supply j
watch the
to and Mississippi: 29 Augiut. gned.
plication cards" in their mail room i

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Two JAX AIR NEWS 29 June, 1944

Trio Decorated At Ceremonies Here Saturday : Cokes--444,000 Of 'Em Go I

Down The Hatch Each Month. ..
1I 1- Now that summer is officially .

I I I II here and sailors and marines die

Saving General'sLife wearing sticky heat like n new

coat of shellac the Station fH-

I Was All In I v Coca-Colas o rtte.

If all the "coke" bottles! emptied
rat I
Work the Main Station in the past
A Day's month were laid end to end thrvd \

I stretch for 56 straight miles (

Saving the life of an Army general 3,552,000 inches to be exact

1 is just part of a days work If all the nickel Inserted In

i to the Navy aircrew men who man the! "coke" vending intuhineM

the Catalina patrol bombers in the during a month here wore stacked

I Pacific war zone as the experiences the.vM pile up over a half mile

of Aviation Radioman Joseph high-3,055 feet to h* exact.

E Byrd, 22, of Lovett Florida, will If ;you collected all the five'cent

attest I pieces spent for "cokes" in the
d Alrcrewman Byrd. now on dutyat I I past month at the Mainside ;>'Oll'cl i

2PB2 No 2 here, has some 1500 1 be able to buy baby a new pair cf

i. hours of flying anti-sub! patrol I shoes and have a little change to
", convoy patrol and on rescue missions I I spare $22,200 to be exact

N "- < in the war zone to his ctedit Ships Service department *r..

"" .. He has been under attack by ent'I I nounced that 144,000 bottled Co('H. &

I my plane and knows well the war i I II Colas weer sold in the last :to (

VI hazards! of patrol in the slow but days I The popularity of "cokes"is) i

I competent flying boats! He also I attributed, among other things!. to

thinks there is nothing to comparewith I < a ) the weather is "unuualh"warm. '

it.'fife. as the Florida Chamber 'c tT.

I veteran radioman-gunner
lists the rescue of the Armv general -

and his. staff a* his must\ In- .

.. I teresting1 evperleiue: It ha|>|>eiie '.

An Army B-17 I Flying For-

ties* ) was forced down /II t sea and

had been sending out SOS mf''I-!' I

ages Another B- 17 had! sightedit

but lost! it again The numb.s is I IJ
i PBY patrol bombers ) were on

Ttrr.e d'u'atmn. er, pnsi tt(1: h.> Captain' Waltonv Hmitii. omniaiidant, at inspe( (.fin ,'- the lookout for it
monies here list I Saturday morning/ III the photo at the left K ,shown( Lt.
received their Metlal: and| ,lames 11. Ut'l'rlt'Iot.lIJlI! {', win was awarded the 1'irst :Marine Division, hundred miles off the roast of

Presidential I nit Citation .\\ the right: (iptain smith IK. pinning the Distingiiisheit, FI."ln.r.. / ..... IDLieut :New: Hebrides," Byrd 1f'llIft.l
heinvtith, "w hen we intt'rceptt'd'a radio! message -
Oscar L (
---- : from the B-17. "'E' PIC kid l nt' 1jriv
their position and in Jd mimtt *
Shelley of Miami Fkiida our two PBYs were flvirj,;, ( \ ,,r I
Three Lt Hudjohn, a former enlistedman th'm
I has been in the Navy since
down, he ltll1\JO,
Looking K \ "
October, 1920 He participated In
Services In the Marshall Islands campaign, and "we saw Hi survivor tiding M, J Ia.i n tilt hal<'Itas Karr. II "rukr"

has seen duty at Peat I Harbor and seA in two five-man rafts t Hi,(Hi s.wthag tilting .I'H'I I I T. liar-

the Gilbert Islands during the piesent GIIBFP1 IM.NE:: Its okay planes went down and mad open' vinMMI. .<.. pau.e. 'U retr..h(
Combats sea landings, It wax a jrtttv I IIi rvin just d1I'd..1 In hrrrufter
Pacific war. His! wife it* the former for Gls' stationed here tr watch
Miss Ruth Featheringill of Los Angeles rough job. We popped thiee c.r i 2'.' inter ntlis dUI in the
the native gins while they bathenude
four rivets and
our companion South I'adrh' where It get: hflt-
Presentation of the Distinguished in lagoons But the soldiersare
Petty Officer DePriest enteredthe plane split its bottom. than It doer here, Iwlieve It
Flying Cross to Lt. Oscar I. warned not to laugh "That
Naval The Army general was HO hap- or not 'o'a-'ol. standard lnt
service August, 1941 I are -
Chenoweth McMinne\ille, Ore. embarrasses the girls!, a native
and received his preliminary train- chief ', py to see us as we were surprised e<|iilpme here-in fait, tl>eMainside
tor extraordinary achievementwhile explainedGI "
to see him, Byrd smiled. ."The
ing at Norfolk, with advanced I consumed: 414000) ifem
serving as a Navy fighter :: men had been afloat t for six days I In the month I
technical courses at the Ford :Motor Trial| iver
pilot in the Solomon Islands area Co in Detrut Bill and) all suffered from sunburn and there they'rtu.. rare a.. a ccol I ,
9 February
from 27 January to award: -- *" lack of food Most of them were lIar In ...flintCommerce .
medal 2iTreasury
1943 highlighted able to navigate."Despite -
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ceremonies Saturday morning at Salute To Is For the damage to the would say : I b) cokes, !
this Station. Approved planes. we took off with the B.17 are the only soft drinks availablein 1

Also decorated were Lt .jgi I crew members and the other PBY large numbers for 'hmg

Alexander Hudjohn Akron Ohio Navy Over WJAX World\ War II Vets took off with the General and his I and I ic ) hard drinks quentjthitst are
who received the Navy Air Medal staff, flying them back to our I not available at all here
W DePriest, AMMlc, Conllnuctl from one "
and James page base '
Lobelville, Tenn, who was awarded bond allotments are now in effectIn : President Roosevelt. upon signing | The Navy PBYs have carried on I tics If, VDU;just don measure t believe 444000 our lItati"-ci.kebottles
of achievementAdmiral ,
the First Marine Division Presidential recognition the "G, Bill
of Rights last an unheralded but highly successful and 444.000 nickels HH!
King will be presented a I
Unit Citation. War bond honor flag and citation week declared that "it gives! emphatic rescue campaign since. the war figure it out for vuurelf

The presentations were made by for military personnel by Sel1 e- notice to the men and women began and have performed many I If you ch.n't have .Tythmg; else
Capt. Walton W. Smith, Naval Air I heroic rescues that have returnedhundreds to tlo''
tary Morgenthau in our armed fences that the '
Station Commandant Viiluible fighting men "
this of
Supplementing program: American people do not intend to to their
squadrons and
According to Lt. Chenoweth citation worldwide significance Navy will regimentsquestioned
the Oregon fiver was let them down" (! about how many Invasion
likewise be honored by the i Was All t
the folk Treas-I m.n he thought the IIBha", ;' l
awarded his DFC for wing in having July Fourth I The bill estimated to cost $3,-
rescued l, Byrd 8n"\\.r.'d 1, 'I don
aerial victories : nated Navy Day" in the Fifth 000,000,000 to $6500000000 authorizes know exactly how, men In A Secret To Him
"'hlle escorting Ixtmlxr War Loan Campaign
Federal loan+
( } hospitalization an our 1'Itlr have nxuetl; but I
Ntrlke Lakunal airfield' ', hU *. r \
B on : 'ontinued l from .
I i i It it pare on
a ntimlier
Job insurance educationand very Urge One
attacked by eight LIBERATOR
out the
Motion wan over
6eroe. In the ensuing action. Lthenoweth Brief Items Of other postwar benefits foi men |i ftOO"squadron' men"alone ha re**'urd over English Channel before dawn June

(' succeeded in tl -trov- and women now in uniform. 8 on what he thought was a i II ):-

lag one enemy plane. On Jan- Under its provisions any veteran I brush. In recounting had a short and typical ular t'-bout patrol. Having flu \\ n
Mnrv 29 and February' 8. he Interest From they with a Jap patrol with the R. A. F. before Pearl. HI ...i.
whose education was Interfered bomber, he s.utf; "We
probably '* roved two more enemy bor and with the United 8tHtl"
fighter plane attacking the with by his war service\ may routine patrol when this Jap came I Navy for the past 18 month tr

formation Navy Dept. resume schooling after his discharge in and made a run on us at about was not surprised! or excited \\ )hi n

'On February 9. after shooting provided he has served (K) I 400 yaids We let him have a series jumped by five Nazis FW I'M! ,

c'nwn one enemy all craft while on I Ii Post Office 1 or- I of bursts He turned tail) and over the roast of France or fv'
I fully equipped Navy days longer In the case of a scrammed without
escort he ltd a divisiont answering our : sight of ,..
r mission only one of its size in the I large Allied fleets II tlChannel
veteran who not fire I know hit
the was over 25 at we him and we
< t t II'> hters in a sweep over I ,
of the American
history postal the time he entered service, the might have knocked out his
;0 n ,ith of New Britain, where service to be staffed entirely by I gunners I What burned him up upon it-
i legislation his but that
I education about
iti\' strafed.I and sank an auxiliary women, has been opened at presumes the way the turning safely to his base, hf.\\ -
| was interfered with those Japs did it
M :--,.1.) WAVES Quarters D.. Massachusetts ; over I every time. They come ever, was the fact that the big)
r.I. Hudjohn received his Air'' and Nebraska Avenues. Washington 25 must prove interference. Maximum close and then run" even he had been waiting for s,,
schooling limited to ---- ,
Medal "for meritorious achieve- D C One officer and 11 en- is four J w'----- I long had been known to theIf ilil
ment while participating in aerial years dependent upon the vetet- for hours before. he know
which many
listed women run the unit
flight as radio operator of an an's I length of lIt'n'ICt' The government "War Blonde"For it, he
,, serves the many hundreds of wom- will I although was taking part
echelon lead plane on the low and I en quartered in the barracks pay more than i I "Why 'tou tell me." ho
$500 annually for tuition and feesin
medium altitude attacks upon I complained, "I'd'of gotten a kit
Wake Island 30 January to 11 I j addition to $50 monthly subsistence EverySailor I out of I H.
Nine members of the crew of a allowance if there dependents knowing wa oovennpinvasion :
are no -
February 1944. that Brazilian Navy patrol plane which I and $75 where the veteran I i when those Hemies Jump-
stated "
His citation further helped destroy an enemy subma- has ed me

"he skillfully and accurately pre- rine have been decorated by the To dependents veterans *-L .ri
pared and employed his equipment U S Navv In the face of severe farms or small businesses. I i Nevi York lops D-t:
making a most valuable con- anti-aircraft the Brazilians I The Olathe. Kan Naval) Air Station New
'i fire I the legislation provides for ? York tops the list! of cffii-
tribution to the success of the : attacked with such determinationand ernment-guaranteed loans by gov. paper put out a war bond: en and enlisted personnel in the

missions His devotion to duty' was' skill that they scored a direct or public lending agencies prtvate at 'page in a recent edition with the Navy, Marine Corps and CoastGuard

in keeping with the highest"! traditions hit on the surfaced vessel. not more than 4 per cent interest. following editorial comment : I as of 31 January, according
of the Naval set vice. | Make > .
I your
in come true to an announcement by the Navy
repayable twenty years. with
The Presidential Unit Citation I Lieut ': / hR. v' n a r <1 the veterans administration absorbing ,I Have something!; to come home> to I Department, with a total of 272- ,

ribbon awarded to Pelt Officer SNIl, became the first member I the interest charges for A War Blonde for every sailor \U 373, California follow with 237-
IePriet denotes "service the wish of the War -
of the Women' He-serve, the first y..ar. The govti-nnrn-nt'I Blonde Officer 292
Mith the First Marine Ulyiriontrain I'. S. Naval Reserve, to receive a I guarantee may not exceed 50 ret Get yours today! --
Ie 'ember,
," 1012, August when that through force when! she was presented. with a
no guarantee may exceed $2,000. Anti-Rust Element or ,
and held IItrongl-tldrndl'l Japanese -
omnundallon KiMxin and illation -
The unemployment section guarantees Bj e, 11 e 1'mxlom :
In the Tulagl- }
position from Secretary of the avJames '>' I to a veteran weekly payments Helps In InvasionThe
(ju.klalcanal-ia\ utu area.Lt .
Forrestal presentation of $20 for not more than '
Chenovveth entered: the ue' of a "thin flim' lustpreventive for
maximum perfoini-
made Vice( Admiral 'I ready
war by 52 weeks during the first two '
Val service in 1940, winning J-a-I Randall laoolm. tSN, Chief of after discharge It providesfor ,. treatment and other ance when the Task Force Com-

wings at the Penaacola Naval Naval Personnel, at eremonle' years creation of a job-finding counter corrosion measures developed mander gives the "go ahead" signal :-
Station in 1941. Since then he review. of by the Bureau of Ships their engines rand vital moving
the regimental
during/ under the director of
agency selective and the
teen duty as a Navy pilot in both Bureau of Aeronautics, parts must be in top condition. To
the Bureau of Ship, service, the chairman of the
and Solomon Island Navy Department, in -
the Aleutians conjunction Insure this, they are protected bv,
------- 4 -- -- -- War Manpower Commission and with ..
theaters of war returning to the industry-have played their applications of the new compound i
United States only a few weeks In a recent contest held In a the veterans' administrator. part in the assault on the beaches against damaging corrosion and l

go. He it now on duty aa an in- Minnesota town, Mr.,. If. Peterson --'J J -'- of France and elsewhere, according deterioration, which might result

itructor; with an operational tiainteg won the rolling: pin throwing con Buy Buy War Bond to an announcement by the during construction and long ocean

squadron. A former Oregon tt by hurling a pin 75 feet. Ina Or Navy Department. voyages and from local climaticconditions

State College student he Is married man's ('onte..tlr.. : J't'tenon won In order to have landing crn/t- In widely separate r

to the former M1--S i Pu the hundred varcl IIMh. Bye, Bye Freedom; key to amphibious! !invasion till UI-b fighting fiontsPago ,

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Cecilf NAAS >bomber fi'Vf' ( >SBf TTJOV p J N rjfo:; "".F'" of fin"nt.Isen.,:,!!< : ,.;, Harris Comdr. Lt. left Barton lower. At H. Gunnery Water. Yellow at 'range in PBY Cavanah. R. Herbert'() Ens!! 'naval of -omprphension! 'broader a -p- the' lass' :C'rtduar1nl, : the' )'I'
School 'Gunners' Air Naval the at from technique' parachute; : :! .
to upon
z an Iv-arrting!:-, ''''Hk.z', )Krtwarrl, i<: Esther" 'Miss! \ former( the' K4U. 'the on flaps cowl target :moving a on sights .. which foundatIOn onr-half o* giVPti" being nTlv> """ I
;i Ens. and Spring;: Oiv,.: Orpr-7- ; 1 at; !hisbride' )and Myhra\ R EnMftvin\' :' rngm; the of operation train- shown. is Royalty. his ing word'snout"the getting are officers' (. havea\ may 'he thaI order m' aircraft\ wrek mt. +f fot. rilT .tuneo. 11
E. Bryce en prior just a
to PItY inside
Corsair)' n. of cockpit'! the nut Hrrr center' ( bottom t at pifturc I (' the t heexplains h as school! ground Springs fleet and IOn'1I\'la f of>< knowledge: (" -be' which course; present .,
Cove Ens. center' top at picture .
the In -taken left. upper at picture the ,
trying left Orlffith.' P George::; Pin.= : from surmised..!! >hP 'an< as!! v/ork.<\ / all Green NAAS the. of Fowler' G. I general" a with graduals* : : \< aviation; \ '" 1 Naval,, into t
Jr. SAarls. Henry
.. are insets )two'( t. .the. to Shown "isn't' schedule. course..'! rtrination(>1n-l' Howard )jg j r Lt. toward' oar and H. Ens. subjects.In aviation in NavalAcademy the' provide! "to designed"(,, i I inrlootnnal their t undergoing :
. Schofield G. Thomas Ens.! :MC instruction school ground and planes' Navy courseis
" fighter.' Navy aviation)( 'the( Is., it as Crowded" -interested an cocks grads;:, Annapolis! Jacksonville the Annapolis! June's! this '"
US Sherwood M.
James Lt. 2nd of types different 'three in flights
;' powerful the at look good a get to hop. tiinal of audience an right upper At :right to left ,are intently so ing includes that activities of schedule Department' Navy the. of words the below pictures' of group the
', line F4U the of tour extra an took course. indoctrination men indoctrination.In aerial illustrated' amply is Academy
indoc- Uon listen Academy
routine a for line OS2U Naval The packed a through knowledge
{ who right lower at shown group: the Annapolis three flight orientation for station this to sent been 'have tya-? S. U. the for school' Ft i
, to out instructors and pads )left l this ;obtaining; are!' Graduates graduates;: post ,
.; the including grads Annapolis avia- the of phases$ important most ( Annapolis that year aerial of role summer F
, from second Peterson \ erC71
aircraft. uses
-Annapolis group of the second(' the is July.
many This
of a 9 here underway
4' the Springs of Cove interested Green NAAS Corsair At the - leads- VO-VCS the of one constitutes)' instruction Ens. copilot and )center( structor.. of knowledge wider( a and aviation' -arrive to scheduled :being mainder' Air its In Naval Jacksonville well the i3 Ff f

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are distributed free of charge to enlisted and other Naval By Lt. (Jg) A. L Slafkoky, CnC, VSNR
t Personnel at the Naval Air Station the Naval Air Tech.!
meal Training Center, the Headquarters of the Naval AIr.
Operational Training Command. Naval AUXIUXfrAir Stitlon. Self.Sacrifice 'J{
Green Cove Sprints. Naval:
Cecil Field, Naval Air Gunners' School the U, S. Naval J Every man has some motive for his particular
)Jo\pUal. and Naval Auxiliary Air Facilities. 1.aypert. mode of existence, regardless of frustrated ambU ,

$ :Rear Admiral Andrew C. McFall. USN tions. Even though he be placed in situations con- .
CWef ct Naval Air Operational Training trary to his wishes, he will of necessity act in accord
( i Captain Walton W.:-Smith USN with some fixed purpose. All of us had some ideal on '
Commandant '. -. entering the service during; the present conflict Per. ]
: Jacksonville Naval Air Station a haps, it more or less reflected in part our outlook on ;
Captain Joseph n. Lynch A-VG). USNR. \ 11y life. We are able to be instrumental as it were in
Commanding Officer getting the stage for the delineation of the blueprintof 1
'- Naval Air Technical Training Center t the world of tomorrow.
+ 41'k'r1 / 1'sew
Certain John J. O'Malley (MC). USN.Commanding Victory is the chief concern of moat of us. How- j
Officer .> ...
U. S. Naval Hospital l. ever, even though a military Ictol') be ours, even
'.,' though we re-plan the economic world of the future -
f ITcnunander EdsE;; ; : Dolecek USN. our problems will remain unbolted unless we (

Naval Commanding Air Gunners'/ Officer.School restore the balance between our Inner life, and the 1
1 outer life. Superficiality has characterized our J
Commander William H. Ash Ofilcer.ford. Jr., USN. t conduct too long. A spiritual social regeneration '

Naval Auxiliary Commanding Air Station. Green Cove Springs! ; fo a primary requisite spllrtual renewal within
the souls of all.
.. Samuel O. Mitchell.V -f)
Commanding Officer. Thekeynote of the life of Christ is self-sacrifice
T Naval Auxiliary Air station Cecil Field 1Nnr We call ourselves! Christians, followers of Christ.
However, has self-sacrifice been characteristic of
Gawne. USMC (Ret).
Ucut Col.Command ng Officer. daily life? We want the world to be a better place ).,
/ Marine Barracks the live in, yet how many of us are willing to face
the cold facts of reality? Are our actions in behalf
JJtut, Cot William T. Evans. USMC (Ret), 4
+ Commanding Officer, ot our country entirely voluntary, or is some moral'oercion Ii
i Marine Aviation Detachment present? What is the motivating force? If

voluntary self-sacrifice is a mere verbal expression,
Newspaper !:f'r"lcematnlal.
The JAX AIR NEWS receives Camp then victory on the battlefield will spell defeat at
of credited matter pr&nlflledwithout
t .permission Republication of CNS. War Department. 203 E.7nd R'.. :SL-.d c..txw Sr k*. the peace table. If material comfort is our chief concern (

St., N. Y. C. then a semblance of spiritual unity cannot be '
accomplished in the near future without a social
YEA Verily! AMUSEMENT CALENDARNumber tt"glmentation-somdhlng we despise in our adversaries -

This is primarily a trade note to Editors 'I
( after each show is laying date at Let's put aside this game of rationalization, this
of Navy, Marine and Coast Guard newspapers Officers Auditoi.him) masquerade of Christianity. The anarchy of Chris-
\nlay-"Stormy Weather," Lena Home (2)).
Air Station at Quonset
from the Naval ion consciences has been stripped bare by the prrs- :
Sunday- \Miite Cliffs of Dover Irene Dunne ((3)).
: cocoanut infested ent conflict. The world of the future will depend :
Island to
Point Rhode some on
\Monday-"Ghost Catchers, Olson and Johnson ((4)).
Pacific who are interested the world we build within our hearts. Let us be
isle in the South 'uesday-"Candlelight In Algeria, James ]Maon (5).
realistic. We cannot indulge in wishful For
as we are, in serving up a better aishjor Wedneisday-"South of Dixie," David Bruce ((6)). thinking A'
Thursday-"Pride of the Yankee," Gary Cooper ((9)), To live for common Hldlll l Is to be common
our readers. (Today at the Student Officers' Auditorium the picture l 18 'Gikler- The highest faith makes Mill the higher; man. i,
But since this concerns the project which I, .I *"e's Ghost," while next Thursday it will be "Gc si Night Sweet. .'or"eo grow like the things our souN. beliete f
you readers ultimately receive you're invitedto heart" with Ruth Terry.) And rise or t.lnk4.. aim high or' low
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lend an ear, too. I I Other Entertainment

It seems to us that a crying need among ,. Tomorrow (Friday)-Victory Smoker, Mason Held, 2000. Radio Program f E':
Navy service newspapers for a long time has Saturday lp'8 Dance, l\lahl1oide Auditorium. 2000. THURSDAY .

been a news service-much the same as the "The First Line" VtMKK 'f15) 200-2230: ,
Camp News Service which operates principally BreezesSalty FRIDAY
Divine Services ,
for Army newspapers but graciously I I "Naty New*"-H JAX"Nay 1750-175,% ,

allows various Navy publications to pick up Humor From HeadlineJ1IP 1835-|MO
i "Meet Your Na y"-\VJIIP (Blue) 2030-21M)
.. ..
their features-you readers should recog- I'retnfaDt Cbapel: Muttln B J .dBlrmlDIII.m
( Here And There Attune SATURDAY
nize such bang-up CNS material as The Wolf C730-Holy Communion "FIlRht Deck Jambore*"-\\JAX

and Milton Caniff famous Male Call Time' Wa WOO Pecrult Divine erlce.O'MO (NBC) 1100-1 ISO
Center Divine service.
1 CNS has helped us greatly in our efforts The old-fashioned girl used to 0030--Sunday School (small chapel). "Na\'>" Bulletin B<+rd"-\\'I'Dtl

a# it had the hundreds of other service pub- stay home when she had nothingto 1645 3045--Veipe-r General service Divine service. "Na\y(Mutual\\ingV-\\JAX) 2000-2030 1705-1750

lications which it serves. But that service is wear. Cftlholie 'alNl: Mauls Road sad &UN II AY-

under the jurisdiction of the Army Service Fun Trying Birmingham 00301010511.Cl7 .Atesue. "Bluejatket 'twlr"-WnlU (CBS) 1200-1225

Forces and naturally releases mostly< info for First recruit: Tell me, do you (, -Ma!'oil. I "America in the! Air"-UMBIt (CBS) 1it00-IS10
te'.t0h1ass.0t)30Mass. ".'a<'1l1. Story-\WAX (NBC) 2330-2100
to find the perfect .
dogface consumption leaving Navy newspa- ever expect : MONDAY

lrs t'mied-forced to either use CNS in I'' girl Second? : No, but it's sure a lot 1100 Christian-Mass.Science Sertlrei MottlaBosd ..tT. S. Navy Hand0-U'JAX (SEe) 1230-1219

Spite of the G-I Joe tendency or else J lore of fun making sure they're not.Alwa.s and-Small lilrmioabsm chapel, Aifnne.lluO I "Na\y News", -U.IAX 1750: -1 rome darn good selling features. i Jewish !serrkf Muttla Road fad] "Na\> HeadlineJIIP 18351940TUESDAY !
BtrmBh) Atrnuc (small chapel|).
make this Moving"What
Before we go any further, I J': Sabbath service (Friday)). "Na\y School of Mumlt-"-MM UK
joint clear-we're not trying to make this kind of sailors are they? 200O-Sabbath service ( Friday. ). (CBS) 1730-1745
asked St Peter."American Saturday)
proposed Navy News Service (or call) it what ," replied the gatekeeper 1000-Devotions (Sunday) Cecil Field "Abk Your Na\>"-UJ1IP 2100-2 ISO

you like) an exclusive Navy service. It should "Hall of MontriuiiMI'lKl

also be released to Army publications as a "Oh let 'em in," said St. Peter, NEW_ BOOKS (Mutual ESDAY"Navy ) 2230WF.D -23
hmall repayment of the way the Army has "they'll want a" transfer in six Hf'Dft-A Book of Americana.ld I New,*"WJAX IiSOIiSS"Navy

l helped the Navy's journalistic efforts. months anyway. <'* rll-Una) Hour. JI""lInWJ 183&-1MO
( rrrl-\> ar Criminals and PunUhment
This service will do one thing-it would No Competition t'I'f'II.-VOU Can't Keep the Change, --

lend to make your newspaper 100 per cent I Stranger: I have come to this 15.-Trt'810n.f*.Uen-Submai Ine Sailor

JJavy-sans the khaki influence. little town to make an honest liv (.r \,'-Ten Years In Japan. (From Other Papers I
Griflio-Alaska and the Canadian
Now that we've got that off our chests, ing.Native Northwest,
: Well, you won't have Halt-Lost Island.JamesoaCloudless.
here's where you Editors come in."e want much competition. May. It was not a little surprising' to us aboard the
you to talk shop about this idea to your Ind<>.-Luke HuicnUndhercU YORKTOWN to read the vehement editorial In a

I PROs and Chaplains or whoever is bossmanat Pot-War Maisel-The l -The bounded Steep Ascent Get Back recent "Our Navy" magazine deploring the lack ft

your end of the line and then drop us a A Navy man Just back from R.lal.r-Plpe' Line to Battle; an enjlneet -. Esprit de Corps throughout the Navy.
Texas tells us that the citizensof adventures with the British The subject matter dealt,
principally, with problems -
ideas the subject..We'll .
line telling us your on i that state have figured out that Eighth: Army.R.bertsThe Labyrinth that are evidently recurrent among the vacrious

try our best to start the ball a'rolling there'll be five more years of war. Shut*-An Introduction to Navigationand classifications) of personnel, J ie: USN. USNR

at our end-but meantime remember the success : It'll take a year to clear up the I Tunis-Nautical W Olid.I Astronomy.Series USMC WAVES. CIT, shore duty, sea duty, etc IV
of this plan depends upon YOUR in- Nazis, and another four to get the I pointed out that there has grown up a dangerous
re8t. Yankees out of Texas Time Change class distinction between certain of these group
: I When Grandma had callers, Perhaps a few well chosen conclusions will help i
that could line
There's doubt but we up
no TemptationA clear the
atmosphere. Let the Reeerves give thank
They eat with timid heart
(4,me 4.0 features for such a service from seaman at the USO was dancing And when they sat together; that there were so many well trained Regulars td

the talent that is available in and out of the with a rather plump gal. They sat this far apart. form the nucleus for what is now admitted to tx".
Mates-material which naturally would have Struggling through the dance, he Whenever daughter's sailor boy the greatest and most formidable navy in all
winced as she trod on his toe. tory. And let the Regulars acknowledge that it blsf4r.)
be mailed otherwise expedited to a cen- friend calls
to or
don't foot to
"Why your necessary
you augment the manpower by over (
He her with kiss
r Iral clearing house where the service would where it belongs?" sarcastically And when greets they sit together a ; and one-half million Reserves to accomplish thin

1* based-but that's a bridge we'll cross ; murmured the "blimp." He rejoined Theysitclosetogetherlikethis.A i herculean task There Is certainly enough glory an+|
after jour interest has been manifested and : "Don't tempt" me-girlydon't well earned satisfaction of accomplishment for all.)
tempt me. Staff.One .
the cooperation of all the powers that be have j J8..I'I+Ot --

lfn enlisted. Then the accomplishment of Texas reciiiit was observed by
month to the day after sending to combat its
t our purpose-A Navy news service for Navy I Did you hear about the Jap destroyer his nickels company in a coke commander machine.depositing As each first group of Liberator pilots and aircrewmen this
few from that intercepted and destroyed Station graduated its first Patrol Service Unit
riewspopers--will) be just a yards I bottle of beverage was delivered, I
five U. S. rped0t'81An.hor'
which will go to the war to the Navy'1fbig ,
zones keep
the line. the Texan would :
goal<< I I grab it and eagerly patrol
in the air.
So break out those typewriters, mates and Aweigh deposit another nickel. After The ground crewmen left this station and by r.owj:
Jet's hear a few words from you Bluejacket Girl: My husband's In the Navy. a dozen bottles had been delivered, I are on their way to an advanced baBe in some busy
and Blueskirt editors-pronto! I Wolf: Oh, $o your anchor'saweigh. the CC think approached have the lad about, "Don'tyou war theater. Four officers, trained to direct the]
you en-
work of the maintenance with lhOmen l
,I' -The Skywriter, Pasco, Wash. I ough?" he inquired."Vhat7' I unit, graduated-Habit.
Knowledge) 4.0 exclaimed the recruit. j e

When anyone turns in"his Bond for cash, he ii I I First mother: "Has your son "You want me to stop right in" I Ens. E. R. McCracken, ex-Athens Pie-Flight
, trawling his country, beat interests for nome other learned a special skill in the the middle of a winning streak! equipment officer now serving a* a mail censor i J>
Interest which he considers more vital to himself I Navy?" the New Hebrides) observes:
lit the moment. How many of us appreciate: that I Second mother: "My, yes! He Sweet Cucc'e.e I I "Mail sure means a lot to anyone overseas. I'l l
truth when we decide to keep our Bonds no longer? can now open a bottle of beer witha Success has tome, I see it now; seen boys wait in line two hours only) to hear 'sorryind /
Now many would really be willing to match the per- half dollar." I've finished my work dishing' out turn away crying J

0or>&] need for which they are surrendering their II that chow. "Judging from their letters, which 'I must read. "
Bonds against the over-all welfare of the United curve! My worries are over-and my mysteri their second greatest worry Is girl Too bed they') .
fitat**? Very few, if they thought it through But So They AreA v pact; cause .o much trouble. Why doesn't someone organize I
iwwt t* ve Joo't thick of things in that light. I lot of auto wrecks result from I've been jlJvh> tQ th Captain'sMandl a club to keep tttra lit home and away froM
-The Boardwalk FJjer. the driver bugging: the wror.fi J -- other wolves) -Tb Sky cracker.If ,



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Seaman Greenberg I Navy Draws Most Pretty Gates, Ain't They? E t

In Familiar or){ Personnel From /

At Uniform Shop ,New York Calif. .t

4 .
Trade Magazine Cites Huge (From The Yank) <) ::: \:'' ,. 1 ;< : < < 1i :: r 4

Success He A state-by-state breakdown of ;{ ."" 7'f"'> ,'" '.., "/ "," .y ,
While '" /
Enjoyed 0' 'v 'tf"
'" '"
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Navy personnel shows New York ; ',1'i!;""
Managing Civilian Shop first, Texas sixth and Nevada last, 1:1: : '/-:; "'. ,' t 't
the same as in the Army figures 1' I.
Like a duck in a pond, Isadore /
published in Strictly Gl three
Greenberg feels at home In the ;
: "
Malnside Uniform Shop. ( TURN TO PAGE 7 weeks ago. But California, which; t 'XII
I was fifth In the Army list, Is sec "
Seaman Greenberg is one of the FOR THE ANSWERS) ond with the '
Navy, making Penn ,
I .
men In charge of the Uniform i "
1. You know that a "she" horse sylvania Illinois and Ohio third, ,
Shop which sells Navy apparel for j v ''> 1tR'
fourth and fifth, in that order Instead j
officers and la a mare, but do you know ,. "
what the female fox, deer, of second, third and fourth, \ "V-li'' ,
chiefs, and it's goat, hog and sheep are call- as with the Army. The complete ; '

, right down his ed? Get three out of five Navy line-up I '> < t'hiJtL
I, 2. The goal of the Navy's Inde- New York 272.373 '/ 1'*: ., ;!r ... v f' >', ;

, alley. pendence Day War Bond driveis California 237,292 x,,,, ; ; : f' tI
Pennsylvania 218,968 k. ".,. > "' ',',: J
a Before enlisting to have everyone buy an ..- 41-' "
Illinois 181,863 1.-.. .f.; ;" ''

1 .; WI In the Navy extra President$100 whose Bond. picture Name ap-the Ohio IMO 11 ',' \ ff' '. .. \J :t{
"V .L, -or'W.l. '
Texas 144,284 It' tIIIi 5J
! Greenberg own pears on a $100 War Bond.
Massachusetts .. ....
3. Who vice s Qt .
was president when J >.
ed and managedthe Michigan 112.761 lei A
Herbert Hoover Presi- .
was ,
., '..,' '" .'
dent? New Jersey 112.566: ::: "
ArcadeMen's dII' .. ::" ,{ ...
j 4, Identify this plane. It's Missouri 80,506: .. il1
\ an ... ...
I Shop In Allied aircraft, short-nosed, Indiana 73,587: U: .; ; .... .W'J"'O'. .. ,
." ,R Pili I.y. .,
'L North Carolina 64,585: : ,
Jacksonvilleand mid-wing, single seater fighter -:: A I.'IL"_ .. r
therein lies a story. with a radial and Minnesota 62,072 } !:? --o".: iI'I
I engine .a I t.IJI! ....110. '" ':;" '- J'o.f ;,
Men's Wear, national haberdashery I deep bodied, cylindrical fuselage Virginia 60,198 .. "-' :? ."... v .'11 _"
publication, calls It "Success Both edges of the wings Alabama 58,587: tI r' .::-: iII'iII .. _. 4.
Iowa 57.730 w" .I -- J
Story" in an article in a recent w -
edition and refers to Greenberg as Washington 56,954> : .lito...!. _" D' r III ;:.:: ,
: Florida 56,482> P"r
the "Boom-Town Horatio Alger" Tennessee :56.312 IZ ;,t

"Established in March, 1941, Georgia 54,810 .>,. :'! t" Jj
with a capital of $4,000," theMen's \ ,
c ,.r / 52,575: ,
Wear article "The Arcade I ( ," Louisiana 51,794 No "1,' J 'i Il
Shop, Jacksonville, Fla., wound up f' : -? Oklahoma 48,710 ',j-PI.ftK."j : 'I; ,/ ..JI>
in 1943 with approximately $320- : Kentucky 47,906 ',Jjl : '...
000 sales for the year on its books, West Virginia 45.871:
and thereby hangs a Horatio Alger t; "-- Connecticut 45.701: '
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story of retailing."To I I .-,.- Maryland 42,971 I }o :' .

achieve this highly respect- ', '-. Oregon 39,725: 21 iIU'IiIIJ a ZlfMZ # ).<
able volume in a vest-pocket store f '\ !, Kansas 39,486 (Jtf '

10'II by 80 feet. Proprietor Green- -. South Carolina 36.167 i : JbiGt.8i; : 'II
berg not only applied unflagging >- Arkansas 34.723 t )1t)
energy and ingenuity, but also ;; Mississippi 33,251 I iI j I z ),
demonstrated some fundamental Colorado 28.418 I hfHw.>>IP ImIIZ ,m \ .

merchandising truths." taper almost equally to square Nebraska 26.127 I w \t rIe
Mr. "G", as the magazine calls tip*. The edges of the square Rhode Island 23.746 : \
him, is quoted widely in the story. tipped taU plane are tapered District of Columbia 19,612 ) n '''A a.i

He attributed a great deal of his with a greater taper on the Maine 18.315: Vdft .
success to sound promotion, build- leading edge. There is also a Utah 15.608 '
ing v Arizona 12.997 ;tW'1IJ.JI_
community good will and par- V cut out in the elevator. 1 K.
ticipation in civic activities, 5. Which of these names belongto New Hampshire 12 454 ,< ,,,' Ir '
"To keep pace with the extra- heavyweight prize fightersand Montana 12,351: ,; #/fo. >;t.\\' ., ,I III I.'... tJ .,.
Idaho ;-:.. "' 1tJ.
ordinary population growth of which belong to cheese: 12.006 j II t Ar
Jacksonville Jumped from 150- Campolo. Reggiano, Gargon- North Dakota 11,183 '
000 to 275.000: in two years-the zola, Paolino South Dakota 10,998 t. ." "
Arcade Shop subscribed to an ad- 6. A reserve Navy lieutenant, New Mexico 10,185: '
vertising service which had host with dependents, draws base Vermont 6.269 : ;.
esses call on every new family pay plus rent and subsistence. Wyoming 6.211 ,;>
coming to the city," Men's Wear For one year will his Navy in- Delaware'" 5.702 >- Ali
explained. "A book left with the come amount to (fa) $1.931; Nevada 3,769
family tells of the store, brands (b) $2.984.; or lCI 3.984 t Jj w* I I II .
carried and policies. The newcomer I
7. Here's a tough nut to crack
is given a card which may be your teeth on Which city is What Our Leaders I II I The hunk of body beautiful III I Acquanetta. Universal actrw The
redeemed for a pair of Westmin
farther north: girl with the curvaceous chassis ha the title role In a new movie
ister socks. 1. Chicago, III., or Pittsburgh, called "Jungle Honian." Need we nay any more?
Selling Navy apparel Is nothingnew Pa. ? Have To On
to Greenberg for 40 per cent 2. Brooklyn N. Y., or Jersey Say
of his tremendous business In the N. J.7-

clothing Arcade Shop department.was in the Mrs.military Greenberg 3. City St.Francisco Louis.? Mo., or San Bond Campaign"I Comdr. Gamble To Award Navy "E" At

'/, i is in charge of the store while 4. Denver Colo.
or Washington. -
Seaman Greenberg serves in the D. C. am happy to know that you Ceremonies Scheduled On 30th June
have offered the
of the
Navy. personnel
Get just two out of four. ,
Another merchantIn Navy, Marine CoastGuard
experienced corps and
the Malnside Uniform Shop is 8. probably If you're saw a movie"The RampartsWe fan, you this convenient method of Commander R. H. Gamble, USNR, has been designated

William Pearlman S2c, who own- Watch" and "So ProudlyWe I purchasing War bonds throughthe by the Commandant of the Seventh Naval District to award
e'i the Pearlman Uniform Shop In pay reservation plan. I knowof
Charleston, S. C., before joiningthe ferent Hail.pictures They, but are at two least dif- no better way for the men and the "E" pins at Army-Navy ceremonies at the American Machinery .

Navy. their titles have the same I women in our armed forces to set Corporation in DeLand, Fla., on June 30th.
aside of their
--- -' -- a part pay each pay
source. What? Gamble who is stationed at in Miami
day for savings. I IPI'esldent Commander present ,
9. A civilian can win the Purple
Heart. True or false? Roosevelt ; recently returned from six monthsof I

10. The-following are pen names. -r- I overseas duty to become spe- I citizens of that community, In
Give the real names of the au- "I unhesitatingly recommend to cial assistant and aide to CaptainH. 1941. After going on active dutyin
JaehaGavlll. thors who use or have used both officers and men the regularand H. J. Benson, USN, Commanderof 1942 a At AOM2i SI Mocmt'n and Mrsllllam HonplUl! O'Donnelldjuehtet :, them. (1)) Jonathan Fiske: systematic investment of a the Gulf Sea frontier and Com- Chief of Naval Air Operational
a Eileen Marie, born Thurs- (2) Como di Basseto; (3) portion of current income in war mandant of the Seventh Naval Dis- Training. Commander Gamble ex.

dty ISLt and Mrs John Januaas, a Mark Twain; and ((4)) .George savings for bonds." Let your dollars trict. tended the idea of the Naval Affairs
daughter Judith Elaine, born Thursjy Eliot. Get at least two. fight you. I Impressive eeremonle have Committee to othercities and
June 15 -Admiral E. J. King. been scheduled at the Am.rl'anUachln"ry formed similar groups in Bruns-

a AM2o son. Edward and Mrs Craig Horton born Calvin Thutsday.Hlnton, June ter. 17.BMlc Donna. Kairen, born Saturday. --o-- j : Corporation's plantand wick, Ga., and In Lake City, San-
June 15M2c and Mrs. Everett. Robert. a "The Navy is proud of the recordof Commander Gamble was ford, DeLand, Daytona Beach,
and Mrs. Eugene DeSantH a daughter Sharon Mary, born Saturday its people in the War bond' chosen to represent the Navy Melbourne. Vero Beach and Fort
diughtei Bernice Marietta, born Fri- June 17. program a record that is a for the awarding/ the coveted Lauderdale, Fla. The committees
djy. June 19.S.V Lt. (Jti) and Mrs. Jesse Baumgard- "
and Mis Dominic Scal/o a son nero a son, David Lee, born Sunday, stimulus and a challenge. Army-Navy "E" at\ard for excel served as liaison between their
Roherl David born Kilday June 16. June 14ARTlc. -Secretary Forrestal. I tenoe. communities and the Naval establishments
I LI. and Mis Walter Louis Htnsley.Jr and Mrs Clarence Eai'ei: a --0- A Jacksonville business located in them. While
a 1I"n. Walter Louis, born Friday, daughter horn Monday. June 19 prominent
June 16LI Ensign and Mr*. George H. Slopp. a "Navy men who buy War bonds man before re-entering the outside the continental limits of
and Mrs Charles Goodson a Ron. George H., Jr, born Monday, help break the Japs today with- Naval service Commander Gamble the United States Commander
dtuiihtei lT. !1Jt& LUann. born Saturday June June 19.A&R.Baby. son John Keith, born out being'broke' tomorrow." organized the Naval Affairs Committee ; Gamble served as special assistantto

) Lt and Mrs, Grafton Webb. a daugh-I to Mr. and Mr*. M D. Davis I -Admiral W. F. Halsey, Jr. composed of prominent Vice-Admiral A. B. Cook, USN.

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Hr v Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 29 June, 1944

It, Fliers and Stars Sign For Six More Baseball, Gamest

t -- 3 Contests

Ii" Lyons Scores Against St. Augustine But Fliers Loser &ij

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St. Augustine Coast Guard
Stars and the Naval Air Station
\ 'f1 fresh from their flashy basf'baliserle8

of last week, have "ign d for
'e additional
six games before the
curtain falls on the 1944 baseball

.i By Edmund Walsh. Y2ci season.
I i Three of the game will be
After observing three seaSons placed on Francis Field In St.
'. of Service baseball, we \ Augustine anti. three on Mason

want to go on record as say jI 11' Field bereVates selected' for
I the game here are: Wedneftdu.t,
ing we have seen no two teams
26 July; Tuesday, 8 August, and
.f better matched than the St.
r Saturday 19 August Dates forth
:Augustine Coast Guard and : meeting In St.. Augustine

our own Naval Air Station are: Friday, 28 July, Friday, 4
nine. August, MH! Saturday', 26 Aug.

It was an expressed wish oft yF ..bf' d, net
fans in St. Augustine and here for The six games between the two
more games between the crack teams, which split their first seriesof

; Service teams, who split their first ,. the season last week, are certain .
two game series! of the season last to prove popular with the fans
week, the Fliers won 2 to 1 on ':t.'tt.. .4 Large crowds attended the games
Francis Field and the Stars took both here and in St. Augustine.

the second game 4 to 2 on Mason The Stars and the Fliers, prob.
; ably the best Service teams in the
note. that an additional KX! State, have had difficulty finding
game hate been wheduled by suitable competition and as a result
I f the two clubs and beliete this Is have been winning games by
the finest gesture
'(j' makers to the fans all w i- In games during the past week,

ton.Itoth the Fliers annexed triumphs over
:. teams hate been winning the Jones Construction Co. r I liy lopsided M-ore against, corn- Brunswick, Ga., 3 to 2 and the
petition hl..h many' time ha
St. Augustine Coast Guard Stars!
I>een uninteresting to watch A : 2 to 1, The Stars defeated the
KB roily of good:
:, ffnabled the StaN to pile up a I Lyons, SAS second baseman, hurries home. safely in the c\entli inning of last Saturda '* -.....---
record of 31 triumph, 2 defeat game with the Coat Guard Stars at Mason Field but judging from the expression" on hU face<< he doen't =
Fliers 2 Stars 1
and one tie The Fliers, findingit think much of hitting the dirt. This phi wa part of a double steal with olgnn going to setond and
equally tough to locate teams Lyons heading home. from third. Catcher Paul Pride, pictured here, tried to nip ('fll/*an going to M- 'flild 1 ab.h.o.a.l IBu'arl.'f. h ';IdiAndt'r..l.n.
Vannl.ct 4 1 2 0 4 0
In their claw, hate ('Olnefut on but missed and Lyons bent Second Baseman Joe Muffnletto'N wide return throw to the plate Also ... 4 1 0 0 MuUlttOlb: 4 0 .1 4
lop<< in 13 games and hate lost shown in the picture are Walter DeFreita, Flier right fielder, and Imnire 1'eterell. The Start won CrollS.3b 3 0 3 ::2 Klelnss 4 0 .r! NLons.2b
silly two. 4to2. : 4 1 0'2: Wood.rf :3 1. 0
t Congratulations are in order \\oddall.lt 4 1 50 Ste\.t'NI.1l 4 I I 0
p ('ol anc 4 010 0 Huck,3b 4 0 I I
i for Lieut. Marty McOonough, of 1)(>.l'flll.1I 4 1 0 0 Ollver.lb ::1lB: 0
( UK Fliers and to Lt. (jg) Ken Water Show Is Set Lake City Leads \\'l"lnt'I.1t" 3 1 7 0tF'rldec ::1 1 :e :2Vlckerv.p
Keller, of the Coat Guard who 1 Lotz' No-Hit Game I 3 1 0 Big8sp 1 0 0 2

got the ball rolling !<'h reunited For Monday NightThe NAOTC SoftballLake Blttnetp 0 0 0 7I zDoII 1000- I

I In official approval of the I i I Totals 33 1 2'7 Totslg 31 5 :2713tUatled

:yt I contests. entry list for the big water Wins For Boathouse i i City, the same team which I., All Station for Buck In 9t/f.. /000.. 002: rU V- :2
of the Fliers' win in
Highlight show next Monday is growing set the pace during most of the Const Guard (100 J (.)X 1001
Lit St. Augustine was Second Base- every day and the first major Harold Lotz, ace strike-out pitcher first half has jumped to an early Runs Vlckerv, Cioss. Wood, Error.
man Eddie Lyon's sixth-inning station of the Boathouse mound Klein I Lyons, Runs batted In, Lyons 2.Wood .
aquatic event at main this corps
: lead in the second half of the NAO Two ,
base bits, Vlckery' Lyons
double off the center field fence whiffed 11 batters and
turned in
season is practically a cinch to TC northern sector Softball race. Home run Wood Sacrifice hit. Blgg
which scored Pitcher Bob Vickeryand make a hit with NAS personnel a no-hit 2 to 0 ball game againstthe Left on banes, Air Station S, CoastGuard
Third Baseman Don Cross with Cooks and Bakers for the outstanding Lake City took a one-game lead S" Hit, oft Vlckery 3 In 8 1..1
the two runs which won the game It was decided to hold the showat softball performance of on the rest of the field by beating Innings, Biggs: 7 In 9 Innings, Slither 0
night so that more people wouldbe first half winner In J-3 Innings, Bases on balls, oft Vlcki -
Maypoit 4 to 2
At Mason Field, Kenny Mood'sroverripping the week i
cry 1, Biggs 1. Struck out, by Ickery"
able to attend. The first events
: homer far over Lotz walked two batters and Lee Field, 1 to 0. I 7. Biggs 2, Blttner" 1. ,pitcher
: will be run off at 2000 and the en- only Wnn''f
Umpires, Starke
Left Fielder (barley 11'oddail'shead The Naval Air Station made its !
| over the seven inning route. The ) Time
tire extravaganza should be over IB of game. 1 :43.
: with a man on meant the by 2200. Boathouse picked up runs in the debut in the league by winning a
tall game for the Coast Guard.I'lajers i third and fourth innings, Roman i. close battle from St. Simon Island Stars 4-Fliers 2
t like Wont and Lyon's, There will be four divisions in Scaggs and O'Donnell were the 3 to 2. Polntek and Condo ah.h
"r : lath in baseball, are the evening's program: competitive pitched for NAS.In sb.h.o a.l
; youngsters hitting stars for the winners. \'annl.d 4 1 1 Bucaro.cf 4 3 4 0
l '; almost certain to make good in swimming, water games, exhibition I other the And.non ;3 0 ::2 .: 2 0 1 4
the diamond after the war. events and comedy events. In National League games dur- games during past t'uMIt,3b 3 1 1 4 KI.ln.u 4 0 I =3 3Lyons.2b
'J i game ing the week, VPB 2(2)( won two week, Lee Field won over St. Si- 3 1 2 1 Woodrf 2 0loddall.if
c4( I, They both hate youth, ability The show is being jointly sponsored games, downing the mon 4 to 2. NAGS triumphedover 4 2 1 0Steyensif, : 0 : 0Colganc
1 and a keen interest in the game. by the physical training department 7 to 3 and VPB 2 U Storekf'f'perS'1 Cecil Field :5 to 3 and Cecil 3 1 6 OlVltarl,3b 4 0 ::1 t
4 011
DFr.ltaarf 4 1 :5 O'Oilve.lb
Even in days Lyons was and the welfare and recreation -
', pre-war and R rode over Barracks D, 12 Field blanked Maypoit, 3 to 0. Wf'lner.lb 4 090 rlde.c 4 2 fI 0
tinder the watchful eye of they department. Lieut. Tim to 2, Parachute Loft won two Standing Dlttnl"rp" 3 0 0 1 Ladf'.p 4 0 0) 1xw'ickler
Washington Senator management Carey, officer in charge of swim- 0000
beating VO-VCS 5 to 4 and Team U'.B 1Mpri.
Eddie two for is the entries. -- -
Young won games ming handling Lake
City NAS 2 0 1(00 I
Ie. C. Stewards, 4 to 0, but lost to Totals 31 7 2711 Totals 34 7 fl JO
the Senators on the spring train NAGS 1 0 1.OdO
Billy Reed Y2c will be masterof
O and G, 7 to 1. The Storekeepers NAS Jaeksonxllle 1 0 1,000 aBatted" for Blttner in 9th.
ing trip in 42. Wood, only 19 now,
ceremonies defeated Barracks D, 3 to 2. VO- Lee Field NAAS 1 1 500 Coast Guard 100 002 014-4
won a reputation aa a power hitter Cecil Field NAAS 1 1 .500 Air Station 010 tmo 100-.J
Prizes" will be awarded to the VCS snapped back against Marine
in the American Association St Simon bland NAS 0 2 .(I(o Runs Bucaro 3' Wood, Lyons :2 Fr-
and in the Eastern League last winners of all events, also to those Barracks, 7 to 0 Mayport NAAS 0 2 .UW ro'n' 2, Stevens. Klein' Run;:
.who place among the first five in In the American League, where batted In, Delreltas Wood 3. Thir
year. I base hit, Bucaro Home run, Wood.Sacrifice .
each contest. VM, VF 4 and T 4 are tied for the I Bakers, 2 to 0. hits Muffoletto :2. Stolen
LOSS OF Walter DeFreitas, Good team and individual rivalry lead, 11 games were played last I In the Officers' league, Supply buses, Lyonll Colgan Double play,

AMM2C, to the baseball team will looms as a certainty with men par- week VM downed SSA, 5 to 2 and Commissary beat VF4, 1 to 0. VF :5 Muffoletto, Klein. and 7. Olive Hits,. off Lrft Lade on
weaken the outfield. DeFreitas, ticipating who have opposed each Seaman Guard, 8 to 7. T 4 took turned back Public Works 6 to 3. 7 bases In 9 Stars n 4 Filers Blltner 7 In 9 Inning
who with reserve catcher Norm other before in Commandant's Cup games from Cooks-Bakers. 8 to 3 VF 4 notched a 5 to 3 win over Bases on bads., off Lade 3, Blttner ri.
Barnes, AMM2c, departed for advanced competition In addition there and Main Galley, 15 to 4. VF was the Hospital. VO-VCS took an 8 to Struck out, by' Lade 6, Blttnei 5..
AMM school training was have been several entries from victor over Cooks-Bakers, 7 to 6, 3 game from A and R and a 7 Wild. pitches Mme" of Blttner game,Winning 1:45;. Umpires pitcher.Lade
a potent little hitter, NATTC. and Recruit Center, 6 to 2. to 6 game from the Hospital. Peverell (P) Turarelll _._
"Hie Babe," JUt his teammates I Hospital edged out VM, 7 to 6. Hitting stars of the week in the ----- --

ttlled him, played MIme good he Seaman Guard won from Docks- officers' loop were Cipolat, T1 u- Billy Herman,veteran National
1 baseball for Hartford, Conn., and Mel Harder, of Cleveland Indians Ferries, 5 to 2 Docks-Femes deau and Howard, VO-VCS: Galli- league player with the Chicago
j led the Three I loop in hitting has won more games than I pounded out a 12 to 2 win over gan and Sutter, Hospital; Newhalland Cubs and the Brooklyn Dodgers
I through mot of one beaon. any other pitcher active in the the Hospital. Docks-Feiries beat Basinger, VF 4; Linday, Sup- has been assigned to the NTS
Dave Bride who will take over American League this season. His II SSA, 5 to 4 and in the no-hit ply Commissary and Lauchhn, Great Lakes, Ill., for boot training -
In right field is a fine defensive lifetime total is 197 games. game, Boathouse won from Cooks- VF 5. .
outfielder He has never had much ----- -- ---

()f a chance to prove himself as a
Of Boathouse
1 hitter before but in the weeks to Champions Boxing Tournament Crowned At Victory Smoker

come he should show ample improvement -
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MICKEY' JINN, S2c, of the Station i

boxing team, whom we regard -
P as a walking dictionary on

fights, past and present, likes the
. competitive chances of Norman

Evensen, AMM3c, heavyweight
fighter on Lieut. Eddie Adams
NAS boxing team
**I saw Evensen work out with

Bill Petersen downtown says
Finn, "and he really made Peterson t! ) 1

look bad."' 7)i1 Ti
P. S: You'll remember Petersen ,
aa the fighter Lou Nova decisioned as s

Jn 10 rounds at the local ball park I 4 ,
recently. V

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Armstrong Names Best Foe

Henry Armstrong, who once
held three boxing titles, forms a I a
composite fighter for the best man I

:he ever faced "Ross was the best Here are the winners In the Boathouse taxing tournamt'f'lt. Finals were held last Friday M one) !' of the! feature hlghllltbts of the Victory .

boxer Garcia the hardest Smoker Pictured, L to r. are Johnny Shiver, 82c, 13:1: lbs ; Henry Mitchell, S2e, 1M Ibs.; Rues Keln, Sic, 170 Ibs.; Willie Scaggs, Sae, ISO '
;, puncher is Ambers the most Smoker Pictured, L to r. are lohnny Shivers, 8c, 135 Ibs: Henry Mitchell, S2c, UO lba,. Rusts Kt'ln, Sic, 170 111+1.: Willie Scakks, Sic, ISO.f-
IF cagey Arizmendi, the guy Ibs; Chester Barr n, S2c. ItJ: Ibe.1 larC1Io! Pergeorlelie! FIe, 160 lb.: and Arnold Altarez, F2e, 14J: JIMI.acc",, who appears More with "
who could really take it." the winner, I Is aligned to the Boathotie and le a member! of the NAS boilng team.

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29 June


i Cross Socks Ball At .411 Clip To New Shore Duty Best LookingJf I Pilot Training Of

jj Lead Naval Air-- -Station----- Batters Survey Is Due Navy Men Will Be

With seven weeks of the Fliers' batted in with eleven. DeFreitas

baseball season In the books, with eight runs knocked across In Near Future Sharply CurtailedA

: ... Thif:i, Baseman Don Cross continue the platter is second. Cross, Wod 1y

? to hold the batting lead. dail and Weiner are tied for third Speeding the interchange or enlisted

He has 23 hits In 56 times at the with seven each. personnel between shore continuing study of the Naval

plate for a mark of .411. Cross and Lyons have stolen stations and the forces afloat, the air training program now makes
Except for two doubles, all otCro88' five bases It evident that the Navy must
each to pace the team. Bureau of Personnel will conduct reduce -
hits have been singles.! He Alf Anderson and Vanni with I substantially the number ot
is tied for third position in the another shore duty survey In the
four apiece are tied for second. immediate future. young men accepted for pilot train-
runs batted in department with ing. To meet the reduced ached-
Colgan has three. Weiner and y
and is tied for first Men who have served on shore i ,,
seven placein Woddail have two and DeFreitas tile it will be necessary to discontinue
stolen banes' with five. and McCloskey each one. duty since 1 January, 1942, will : I the training of many cadets
be affected
Three of the Fliers are hittingover by the coming surveywith at the pre-flight stage.

the .300 mark, Cross Cen- Pitchers Bob Vickery and Lefty those physically qualified | Among other factors contribute

ter Fielder Edo Vannl with .340 Miller are still undefeated this slated for assignment at sea. ing to the revision is the unexpectedly -

and Left Fielder Charley Wod- season. Vickery has beat the Names of the men who have low attrition rate of Navy
Waycross, Ga. AAF and the been ashore since 1 1942 .
dail with 311. St. January, y. and Marine pilots In actual com-
Augustine Coast Guard Stars and are being forwarded by the Station
Of the Their
regular players, only fbat fine fighting qualities,
Vanni has shown a rise in hittingin holds decisions over the Personnel Office here to the superior training and equipmenthave
Jax Terminal and the Jones Bureau of Personnel.
Construction -
weeks. He has
recent pushed produced a rate of survival
;, his average from ,333 to .340 at HATTINlf' Company.' Extensions granted enlisted men nearly one-third greater than had
end of fourteen Although At MIAC.KSIi during the last six months expire ,I been
; the games. h hrlbrlt: : rbll'.t. anticipated.
June and future
, '' the Air Station has dropped CJ'()". 3b 56 26 0 0 2 7 .411 (30 ) P The Navy's gratification at this
I 47 16 0 0 2 7 .340 shore-duty extension' will be
only two contests, the team o"dnJ81It splendid showing is tempered by
\\ 45 14 0 1 1 7 :.311 granted only wren requested by there are more at home jilts
has been winning on fewer hits Ljoniib 37 10 2 0 211 .279 I the knowledge that the imminent
'J' the Commanding Officer as a Pfc. Grace Glocke of Rapid City,
than in the early season games. DeFielta. rf 45 12 0 1 0 867: downward revision of the training
that S..D., all the Gl'a wKh
Eddie Lyons lead in home runs Weiner, Ib 51 13 1 1 27 .255 "military necessity, stating they I program will bring disappointmentto
Anderson. M 44 11 00 14 .250 interchange with forces afloat can would hurry up and Join the
6with two. Pat Colgan, Dave Bride Bride of 13 3 1 0 0 3 .200 not be affected. This requirement WAVES or MACS aa Grace did. thousands of young men who
...' And Buddy Weiner have one each Colgan, c 3' 7 1 0 1 4 .179 A All volunteered for service as Navy
virtually eliminates all future ex- TheAmij claims Pfc.
Five players, Walter DeFreitas, Vlcker p 15 1 0 0 1 0 .200 fliers, embarked on arduous train
Miller, p 7 1 0 0 0 0 ,.143 tensions. Gkxke ta the beat looking WAG
Norman Barnes Bill McCloskey, Baldwin p- 8 1 0 0 1 0 .125 ;Male enlisted personnel of such in America (PS; She< has applied ing and now must turn elsewhereto
Woddail and Weiner each have Bittner. p 17 2 0 0 1 0 .118 activities Naval Officer Pro- for overseas ). serve their country.It .
McClookey, Int. 9
one triple.j 10100.Ill Is the Navy's immediate con
Barnes curement, Fleet Post Offices, Bureaus -
c 10 1 0 1 0 0 .100
Cross, Lyons and Weiner have Carter, cern to offer these cadets the
p 0. 0 0 .000 of the Navy Department and
two doubles apiece to lead in two- Recruiting and Induction He UnderstandsEDITOR'S widest practicable choice as to
; baggers. Vanni, Anderson, Colgan )'IT'IUR'S; Rt'OHns Navy their future service. It is hoped
Service specialists such as telegraphers -
Pitchers ,
. Wit. Lost that the majority of them will
Woddail, Bob Vickery, John- Vickery 2 0 hospital mu-
NOTE The elect to within
followingartirle. remain the
Miller aeronautical -
Bittner and Larry Baldwin 2 0
ny Carter siciana and torpedomen's mates, carried in srveml of the na
.7. each have one double. Bittner i 4 0 men classified for shore duty only tion's leading dully, paper, has also organization, either as
Lyons I Is the leader in runs i been lined by some service publication combat air crewmen or aa! seamenon
Baldwin 3 i duty In Intelligence and
men on
*. JIHievlnr U will be of luter- new carriers. Those with previous
construction organizations are in- rat to Navy personnel at asriailiaas
th'.IJA training in the V-12 college)
terchanged under a separate n this Station, : \
Local Coast Guard At He Started It and are excluded] from the AIR MKUS; takes this opportunity program will be given opportunityto
of using It. complete their training under

Mason Field SaturdayThe r" .. .., ..'..... regular shore .duty survey. "Dear Editor: that program as officer candidates.The .
Jacksonville Coast Guard --- cadets were notified of the

will tangle with the Fliers Saturday ; Commercials ticles"I have been reading several ar- reduced training program and its
I the change in the JivIng -
afternoon at 1700 on Mason probable effect on their own Careers
ton SAI.K standards of civilians has been I
Field.] Phil Miller, who is Red bicycle Hl'ft2Slnch "ht'eLRt'l'f'ntly hard in the Navy in a personal let
them. I
very on can readily
undefeated in two starts this reftnlshed New tires and understand this I ter from Rear JJmiral A. W. Race
season, will hurl for the Fliers tube $25. Phone; 2-0614 after 5pm. because my standards ford, Acting Deputy Chief of Operations
1937 Chevrolet coach Actual mileage of living have also changed."It .
Air .
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and Merle Muhl or Frank Mc-
39500. Excellent condition. Original
Caffery is expected to take the owner See after 6 p. m. Apt 1, is too bad that you are limited -'a
mound tor the )local Coast 2338 Riverside., in the use!' of your automo-
Guard. LOST bile. I know how it is to walk
Will the sailor who found a brown through miles and miles of jun- Navy Mothers Are
wallet Sunday, June 18, In a cafe on gles. SO I UNDERSTAND."It .
Bay street across from the Union Bun
Station dN'bali Station containing approximately $19, is too bad to have your choiceof

and R w.7 L.A .. keep the and money pictures and return to Elaine the S Identification Graham food limited. I have experiencedthis Offering You Aid

$f'frnltnuard: 8 6Bluejackets P O. Box 104 Jacksonville Beach too, except that there is no
7 S OP return to Steve Clckawy, AM2c. chance here SO I UNDERSTAND. Jacksonville Navy Mothers' Club
Marines 3 ::10 t .w' Box 16. "It is too bad that Willie has to I No. 239 has opened a hostess house

National) JA'6I'"" ,__''' .M'< Second-hand WANTED automobile, low priced, work so many hours a day at the I at 101 East Church St., for .servicemen

vrf 2 (2) W3 LIo Ensign" Onier C. Bell, of Lt J. Semmelman, far, BOQ, Lee Field defense plant. I have to work nightas and women, it has been announced

. and ( 1 (1Dl Squadron VFB 2 (1)), started a extension 227. well as day at our defense plant] I by Mrs. Lucille Williams,

Parachute pt'nsar1 Loft 2 (2) record breaking spree for officers --- which I know is a bit more rugged Adj."We

1 1 In operational training undergoing Shorthand Class Is than yours at home. SO I UNDERSTAND have a 10 room house, the
FBd2R11)) 1 1 physical training upper floor for sleeping servicemen

V0-vcs Personnel 1 1 2 1 theck-out tests A ,Sure Hit Success "It i Is too bad that Willie has so only," she says. "A special

Storekeepers I 1 2C Ensign Bell fchatter three Interest has been manifest in the little time for amusement I am deprived room is provided for any mother ,
Co Stewards 1 2 marks the chin-up, pf4l-aglllty of amusement I visiting her son or daughter at
too. SO
shorthand classes last
Barracks D 1 3 and inaugurated
< .
general average rceonla.Three the Naval Air Station. The
Marine Barracks 0, 1Anwrlcan and Welfare ] UNDERSTAND."It .
week by the Recreation
lA'ea'H""M days later 2nd Lt. J, O. is too bad that you have to charges are $1 per night
Hart, VP4, broke two of Bell's Department.The wait in the rain for "The lower floor Is for reci ca
2. 10'F4 class summonedlast
record, lowering the speed agility was have to wait in the rain on post, tion, reading, writing, or Just re
\ 2 0 record from %6.3 to 26.4 and week and 43 beginners and laxing. It will cost nothing and ia
T4 2 0DoekRFerrles nine advanced shorthand aspirants. transportation uncertain, and my
2 1 rai&lng the general average markto destination may be death. SO I open for both men and womenof
t () 3.78 from S.76. reported. the armed services.
''. ,t'aman Guard 1 1 2nd Lt. V.'. J. Lowe, VF 5, Classes are held Monday and "This Is your home in., Jackson
0 3Ship's is too bad that are be-
Cooks-Bakers. you
Thursday nights from 1900 to 2100
0 2 raised the gruelling step test record ville and the Navy Mothers Club
Store little]
ing paid so for working so
J\.e'rult Center 0 1 from a wore of 119 to 126.Bell's with the beginners meeting in the wishes you to take advantage of
long and hard. I only get a frac-
Main Galley 0 1 record of 40 chln-up still Library reading room and the ad- It."
Hspltal V 1 MamlM. vanced group gathering in the tion of your pay, SO I UNDERSTAND -

o f" t'fII' League summary court martial room in --.at....
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wr. L.V I the Administration Annex. "Winning this war is hard on all)

Fv44 1 0 I ----mowStation of us. You work long hours and Review Final Phase

Hospital 0 ::2 Invasion so do I. SO I UNDERSTAND."But .
VFBr2112) 0 1 Saipan MarriagesFor during those long working Of Aircrew TrainingThe

operations 0 0 t'0. a period of five days, June hours I GET SHOT AT. DO YOUUNDERS'rAND Naval Aircrewman wins his

' Public Works CI 0 I Means New Mode kith 17th, 19th, 20th and 21st, ? wings in the last in the series of
Com. gVt' 0 Tfc. Leonard Fay, USMC, Aircrew
'f&Yc{ there were eight weddings per- programs on training on
; U (I formed at the Station Chapels.The "South Pacific. "Navy Wings" over WJAX, Saturday .

'---- Of Waging WarSAIPAN weddings were: at 2000.

June 15th1: John Carroll Mc- Lt. I* L. Whittacre of Washington

Lt. Comdr. Meagher Will Williams and Velma Mae Rasmussen D. C., former pilot in the
-- (Delayed] ) For the ManagementQuestions
; June 17th: John :Maxwell "Black Cat" Squadron and now
third time in World War II the
Coach Iowa Pre-Flight and Jean Radio Officer in of
v' flexible] United States Marine Anderson Eleanor] Mc- Training one
1 Laughlin: Wlllard Ray Weston Must the PBY squadrons, will serve as
Lt. Comdr. Jack Meagher, forT Corps is changing its battle tactics.
and Eleanor] Margaret Thomas; guide to the Navy Reporter on
athletic officer at the Naval
merly will Striving to bring Tokyo directly June 19th: Lawrence James Ryan, this broadcast direct from cr e of
I Air Station, Daytona Beach, into the sphere of Pacific action Jr. and Virginia Etta Tolbert. Be In the hangars aboard the Jacksonville .

as head football coach at the the Marines, by their invasion of June 20th: Thomas S. Franzreband Writing Naval Air Station.
U. S. Navy pre-flight school, Iowa the Marianas Islands have
f'rflE'rve Beatrice :McDowell; Charles] Here we will see two aircrew
City, Iowa, next fall. out of the dense jungles of the first Stuart Bowcock and Eleanor Mars- The officer-in-charge of the men going out on their first operational

r Comdr Meagher, head grid war year; the atolls of the last few den; June 21st: Jesse Lee Wlxon Navy Management Program has hop-and two others Just

ti. coach at Auburn in pre-war days. months, and now are campaigning and Eleanor<< F. Myers; Richard requested that in the future all) returning from their last hop, the

was stationed at the Navy's Navigation in civilized, developed, and George Carlson and Betty :Marilyn questions concerning this programbe final step in Naval Aircrew train.
School Hollywood Fla] rather heavily populated areas. Fowler. addressed to him in writing. He ing.

NAS Daytona Beach, and NATTC Striking Saipan, only 1,200 a --.- vAlll then endeavor to find the answer _

..,. Norman, Okla.. before reporting to bombing miles from the heart of and advise all hands of problems -

Iowa pre-flight. Japan, the Marines hope to open Adm. Halsey Is Given ] that concern various offic- Quiz ContestQUESTIONS
---- ers by publication of item in the
---1 an
the door to attacks on the Nipc'on- Third Fleet
Command Plan cf the Day. I
ese homeland far ahead of the most
; Lieut. Lyle Clark Heads conservative predictions of the last Admiral William F. Halsey] Jr, The officer-in-charge of the program ( PRINTED ON

of Elizabeth N. J. has been has received numerous inquiries -
i\.J Athletics Lalehurst two years. designated PAGE 5))
farther from "Commander of the Third over the telephone pertain-

I Lieut. Lyle Clark, former football than Only Chicago slightly is from New Tokyo Fleet." ing to the program, and stated to ANSWERS

line coach at Harvard univer- several York'i The 61-year-old Navy battler, the Jax AJr) News that, "The only

lilly, is the new athletic officer at Saipan problems poses for the Marines who drove the Japanese from the knowledge this officer has con- 1. Vixen, doe, nanny-goat, ow

U. S. Naval Air Station, Lake- South Pacific and thereby worked cerning this program is containedIn and ewe '
Solomons Tarawa and Marsahll
i himself out Navy Management Program 2. President Grover Cleveland I
hurst, N. J., succeeding Lieut. Islands offensives. an assignment as commander -
Comdr. Mal Elward, who has been I of the South Pacific, has (SecNav P-10 of August, 1943) and 3. Charles Curtis.

assigned to NAS DeLand, Fla. Having outmaneuvered the jun been trying to get back. In the Revised Edition of 1 April. 4. It's the U. S. Navy's Grum .

A graduate of Western Maryland gle-wise Jap in his favorite fighting uz-- 1944. The number of copies of the man F4F "Wildcat."
haunts, and stormed his tight- Revised Edition available 5. ] and Paolino
he has coached at was so Campolo were
t 1 H'; College ly-defended coral atolls! they now Mark Twain First Man
', Georgia preflight VPI, Western limited they could only be dis- fighters; the other two are
intend to seize one of his last remaining tlibuted to Department Heads. cheeses
) U. of Delaware and
Maryland, To Use 'Sweat It OutPLONDON
; Harvard. mid-Pacific outposts between I, However, there is an adequate sup- i 6. (c).
Pearl Harbor and the Phil- (CNSJ-Do you know ply of the out-of-date Navy Management 7. Chicago, Jersey City, St. Louie

'., ippines. who originated the most over-used Program pamphlet (Sec- and Denver are farther north. '

It Recent Inductees at Ft. Benjamin From threading through mazes I GI remark of them all-"Sweat it I Nay P-10) which will give a good 8. From "The Star Spangled

.,. Harrison, Ind., were Roy Weath- of dense jungle, or spilling pellmell out" rWell general Idea of the purpose and Banner."
erly, Yankee outfielder and Al across barren sandy stretches in I it was :Mark Twain, from scope of the program, copies of 9. True.

Mllnar, Browns pitcher. the atolls, the Leathernecks now whose "Tom Sawyer" the following which may be obtained by any officer 10. < 1) Shelley; (2) George Bernard

,:t; .', must employ tactics similar to dialogue II quoted: from the General Delivery Shaw; (3) Samuel Clements

, : Prices are going up, but safety those used by the doughboys! in I "Iff her own fault," lie finally window ,Directory. Station post ; and ((4) Mary Ana

I.Ilii .a etlll free. Italy and Western Europe.! uy, "let her sweat it out." office. i Cvans. > I

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t Children Disport 'Themselves: At Dewey Park Nursery I Several Nursery Schools

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H' '>'
I : Available To YoungstersFor

you!* mothers who have jobs and small Children, too,__

there are eight nursery schools available in Duval County. ::;,-

The Naval, Air Station Nursery School, which is locatedin

Dewey Park, across from the Naval Air Station, opens at

6:30: in the morning and..remains open until 5 in the after-

-noon, Monday through Saturday.It .
.. Is available to children from the

ages of two to six: years, whose
Scuttlebutt I mothers work. The prices are $3
per week for the first child in a

L____ -- ",-- .. family and $2.50 for each additional
+ Ily Tom ({uinn child.
The children receive constantand
Mary Beckendorf Carries on-The Mrs.
ample supervision by RayG.
I Story of a Navy Wife Who Dickerson who is the head

Remembers teacher, and Mrs. J. Earl Elder,
} "Any news from Metal and Machine the assistant teacher. Their day
S today?" I asked Foreman W. consists of three hours of outdoor

L. (Mickey) Reese. Said Reese, play with slides, swings and dif
"Yes, there is. It is sad news yetit ferent games; one hour of play In
mw- ; has a good side to It. How about the wading pool; indoor Instruc-
!." going out to Shop 27 SS and talkIng tion with carefully selected educational -

Swings, slide, a concrete spray pool where the youngsters may get relief from the scorching summer I to Mrs. Mary Beckendorf. She play equipment such as\
sun are only a part of the facilities provided for children at the Naval Air Station Nursery School has just bought four $1.000 Bonds I building blocks, paints etc.; a bal
located In Dewey Park. At the left, the' tots supervised by their instructors are making full use of the and there is a real story behindIt. anced lunch with a short rest pe

outdoor recreation facilities while In the photo at the right one of the boys does a bit of art work while I would like for you to get it I riod before, and a two and one- ......... l
anther( youngster Interestedly looks on a* he rounds the corner Into view of the cameraman. first hand from her," half hour nap afterwards; crackers .::1
------------- -, ----- I asked for and milk in the mid-morning:,

I Mrs. Becken- and again after their nap in the

And Supply Dept.When Aircraft Overhaul j dorf they call afternoon. If your child comes
Inspection In early, he may have breakfast,
4 j her "Mickey" which Is served from 8 Until 8:30In :
it comes to calling a spadea "
spade, we of the Supply Department Plans LaunchingOf I the shop. Shear' the morning for only 50c per
Survey Dept. Of think we've gathered together was pointed out week extra. The children are also;

a crew of people who not only to me, and I given regular dally health Inspec-

Accessories Div. know how to call it, but also how Bond DriveWith I approached her tion plus weekly Health Inspection Nurses.by City .
and County
to use It. And by using it we mean I,. rather
I to dig-to dig the dirt right out $15,000: as the quota. A. O The other nursery chooU, and
-- i from under your noses. This crew is figuring new ways to exceed as I said : the Vacation May Centers, opento
,il We are glad to have Kitty Deem, 'of news hounds will not only have this amount in the war bond drive. "Mickey, they children of working mother

In the Instrument Shop back on.. their noses to the ground, but will Enthusiasm is running high in the tell me you between the ages of 6 and It
the Job. Sorry her mother was in be turning it over to reveal the various shops as plans are being I have years, are In convenient locations
, I the hospital and so seriously Ill.l i secrets of the private lives of the made for increasing their quotas. Mrs. just In Jacksonville, and are un-
Swell spirit you're showing Kitty ': Supply Department employees. II Rivalry between these shops addsto Beckendorf bought four Jer the supervision of the Duval
consenting to work again in $1,000 Bonds. That is Board of Instruction.If .
e So let us introduce them to the general. excitement that a pretty good County
the bond drive. Kitty and I both I i and from here on-the many you secrets seems to prevail throughout Air- sized order, would you mind telling you wish additional Informa-
will be working along with the I craft me why ? tion about the nursery schools and
i: revealed will be their fault. Overhaul with some of the
I! show July 3, 4 and 5th : She turned, looked
r I you |I First comes Lazette Temple. shops already doubling their at me. then vacation play centers you may
know! Klnda cleaning our act I looking off into the
up i i This efficient young lady. is the supervisor quotas It is expected that others distance she the following:
1 a bit this time. Trust all of you i of the Correspondence will follow their examples. spoke as if to someone else, slow- If you are employed In A. &: R.,

are preparing to give us a big Section and as such has a capable From Shops 31, 35 and Ol comes ly and clearly. She said "My hus- call Mrs. Craig ext. 702.
pledge for War Bonds, or better |finger I j touching on the assorted the early report that their quotas band, Machinist Mate 1st Class O. If you are in Supply call Mrs.

still some good "cash on the bar activities and personalities of the have been doubled and tripled, L. Beckendorf, was killed in action Cox. 8811:
rel" aales. I various units in Supply. which probably has to do with the on a destroyer off Savo Is- I Or in Public Works, contact Mr.

We all enjoy little inside dopeon IOuI' second recruit is none other smug grins of their respective Supervisory land. That money was paid on his. DeBevoiso. 8268:
our fellow ship-mates. Our hats I than the Supply Officer's own ; Mr. Padgett, Plating: life. He gave his life for his coun-I All others may call the Personnel

are all off to Chief Llewellyn Secretary, Frances Dudley. Frances Mr. Catrette, Landing Gear, and try, and I just couldn't to Relations Office, 8885.
Kuester, who is our Inspection and see that money resting' in bank. I II
I Mr. Hubbard Disassembly. a ---
has a clever wit that real- Any I
Survey Leading Chief. Althoughhe That represents husI I
fits the button into the button- Supervisors in Aircraft Overhaulnot money my -
is of a pleasant and calm dis- band-it is fighting and
how I money,
this is
hole. She is also in a position to knowing done can That Satisfied
position, he has been down therein keep a close watch on the com- consult either of the aggressive so I put it into Bonds where it :
South Atlantic and done will keep on while
some above. fighting I am
and goings of the great and Supervisors I
. real "mopping up" for us civilians the ings Joe' Ian<", who will be remembered doing my best to carry on and Look
near great. ApparentOn
here the home front. Chief keep them flying"
j Jumping over to the other side a* the clown of hu>t year's
Kuester was attached to a Patrol of the office, we encounter Clar- Bond Show, will assume the "Thanks, Mickey" I said respectfully -
Squadron-Anti-Submarine! Patrol. role of director of this year's "Do you mind If we Faces
Ire Kogero, the brand new supervisor Many
Their pob was to cover convoys of the Award Section show, which promises everythingfrom print this story in the paper :It will
from United States to Africa. He help us sell Bonds: "
Clo I another one of our old the classics to comedy. If have noticed that exalted
i you
left the States April 12, 1942 and Blanc states that the partici- "No, said a wife who is 'Real
timers In of service and the fi of
length of
expression on .es most
i Navy "If It will
returned February 28, 1944. pants were selected from the various help use i it.

knows Supply like a book. the Civilian ltd
employees lately
was joined in California by his I* Hotter Than July
of A. & R. In
Another of our female key click- departments due to the reception that they
charming wife and baby, who are I Weather In June?
order that all be
ers on this reporting job is Oretha might represented. have given to their new "Civilian
now making their home here with I There is something that is hotter -
The first performance is sched- "
Dougherty, right hand woman to Service Emblems.
him on the base. the supervisor of tKe Stock Con- I uled for the third of July, to be than this July weather this These emblems distributedlast
Sorry to hear Lucy Mixon in June. It is the news about the I were
given in Aircraft Overhaul at 9:30a. :
She has friends
trol Division.
many and to all
Shop No. 22 has had to give upher Bond Rally in the A&R from July Friday Saturday
I m. The performances on the
the hard working folk in Civilian I i l i with
among employees one
music 1st
lessons at Time through July 8th. According to
present. the department and we know she Fourth and Fifth are to be given in month's service
ia so limited these days. I I War Bond Campaign Director R. : or longer. f
other of A. & R.
has a sharp ear peeled for all the parts Rear Admiral A. C. M Fall.
Warren Pascal one of our newer I The premiere showing will be K. Samuelson, this year's chow i ,
verbal tid-bits. Chief of NAOT last week
flying complimented
senior is really doing surpass anything ever offeredin
Last but not least we come to given on the first of July with a the Civilians here at the
a good job. We all feel for- the A&R Department up to
number of Officers as guests at the
Marion Fulcher. Since it's a case date. Naval Air Station for the spfyndid
tunate in having this former In-
of ladies before gentlemen we left performance.Do Joe job they have been doing. lie!talso
Blanc Director of the
structor from NATTC in our De- Big
You Know That:
male member until last. Ful- warned them that
our an even tbigger
Show has X.&R
scoured the for
partment.Our cher is the supervisor of the In- Aircraft overhaul has the dis- job lies ahead for everyone and
talent and Joe "We have talent -
Assistant Inspection and I' says
tinction of having the first two
ventory Division and as such cov- and that now was no time to l ftst on
beauty in the A&R that
Survey Personnel Officer, Ens. ,: Women Instructors.D. .
all the hidden corners of the laurels for
ers any past perfor nces.
Alice B. Rudolph says "Addition 1 storehouse where he ferrets out R. Whiddon is the presidentof will amaze you. I can say with- Captain Walton W. Smithf Commandant -
al of this will be out fear of successful contradiction
copies paper I the Naval Air Golf Club.
the latest scuttlebutt. But in made the
1 made! available so that each employee 'an forgathering Without the cooperation of the that our Bond Show this year presentation I
dition to, having ability will be the most event announcement in last week's J.tx. r
will receive of the outstanding
copy Aircraft Overhaul
of ,
I news, Fulcher has an- personnel south of Air News. He explained the rea .
each weei:. This new section Broadway.
maintain this
J paper : other talent we hope to use. Manyof your reporter cannot An son for the development of the
r Interesting event of the
will be section. The success don'twait
your column. Bring your news I
older will remember "Civilian
I our employees Service Recognition Emblems"
Rig Bond Rally will be the
of this plan depends upon the clever cartoons that usedto to be called upon.PublicWorlis. competition ( -
I his and the which
purpose they
interest you know in it. Let's make for the title of IIt"
I the Inspection and Survey Section appear in the bulletin board in A&R of 1944," which will be bestowed represented. He emphasized that I
I a success! the department, and now we are upon the young lady who the wearing of these emblems in wpublic" I
hoping to see evidences of his ex- !sells the highest percentage of i by the Navy's Civilian. I
cellent sense of humor displayedon The Public Works Department is Bonds during this campaign A identified them as having acceptedthe

these pages.So going all out in the IndependenceDay Grand Prize and other prizes responsibility that goes with
News Of IVb there they are-happy land- War Bond drive and hopes to will be awarded to the girls par- being an employee of the Navy.

ing, folks set a Station record for all other ticipating this content. Each: New employees as they com

4 Departments to shoot at. Al- division! will have a girl repreaentating plete a month's service will bo

I EmployeesInA&R though the Bond quota of the them and the girl who given an emblem.
Automobile Use Tax Public Works Department is $25- sells the mot' Bonds will be Should any Civilian employee be
000 at this writing the Depart- crowned" lIu A Jill of 1944." so unfortunate as to lose hid emblem
Due On I 1st Of JulyOn ment has sale and pledges for ,Band Master A. L. Fowler has I provided It was not the re- I.I r
over $70,000 worth of Bonds, andit the Band all tuned up and rearin' suit of wilful negligence, it will be p.11
I Best wishes go to Mrs. Wilma July\ first every automobile is hoped by the time the to go. Bond Sales Director Paul replaced without charge by submitting .
Stockwell who has returned to owner must have purchased a new paign closes on 8 July 1944, Chapman has organized his sales a request to his respective
her home In Boston on extendedsick Auto Use Tax Stamp and haveit this figure will exceed $ cam-I force and has provided them personnel officer.
leave. She's planning to be placed In a conspicuous loca- Mrs. J. H. Gwynes and Mrs. the most forceful sales with1 '

hack with us in six weeks which tion on his windshield. I Abraham are busy contacting known to man. Come one "Why didn't you fill this bottleto
will give her time to recover froman The tax Is $5,00 and can be purchased -i employee so that they may fill in Strike up the Band-On with the' the top?"

appendectomy. Speaking of re- at any U. S. Post Officeor their pledge cards or purchase a I Show! I "Well you see this is sea water

covery, better watch old Sol on any of its numerous sub-sta bond in cash. Each person who purchases and I had to allow for the tide."
{ weekends at the beach. The bight tions. Any auto user that falls to a bond Is given a button
Gun No. 15
cherry faces on Monday morning purchase his Use Stamp will sub- which reads: "I BOUGHT A Shop A&R: Blonde: "Men are all ,
look healthy, but we'Ve heard many ject himself to arrest accordingto BOND." alike." ; 1

a complaints of aches and pains and Government .authorities.WEDDJNGS. Congratulations are la order Everyone in the gun shop seems A&R: Brunette: "Men are allI
V have seen some rather serious .r for Chief Warrant Officer<< Kermit so well satisfied that there isn't like, too."
' blistering. C. Grl ott, Mr. Grlost' hall much to say for or agin' us. !
Chief Clerk made Chief Warrant Carpenter We are so Isolated, no
1 Julius De Quina, one ever Was your absence necessary?.
A. & R.. has deserted: Riverside Mr. Grtoftt has been assigned to comes up. Even the inspection Think it over.
f for Timuquana Heights. There are the Public Works Department party never seems to find us. Yes
f some swanky little houses out Officer AAR-' Nancy Ic Richard( Lee Walker.Don.tt.iJ Petty since October, 1913, Nice work, we have to clean up for inspectionjust our boys over there and hope' they -

1 there, and brand new, too. Other Nancy M. Wither, to Jerry M. Coff. Carp. Grimtt. in case they should surprise will soon have old Tojo and Hitler '.
A&R-ites are moving in, so it will Jr., USMC. Civil Service Recognition Em- us one of these days. Now don't hung by the heels. Another interesting .

.. j just be a family group. blems have been distributed to all i misunderstand us we aren't complaining note: According to alt
r Our heartfelt sympathy goes out er side to the picture, for Eleanor the Civilian Employees in this department -, we like it this way. Indications we will set a new record -
to Eleanor Hansell who was notified has had several letters from LL It ia an emblem that i Our shop has gone all out for in our shop this time. We set ,
that her husband, Lt D. L. Hansell since his injury and he Is any employee should be proud to the Fifth War Loan Drive. We the other one and the night shlft0....'e'

Hanell! U. S. A.k had been. wounded feeling swell. The only thing that wear and is evidence of the wear can't all be ,out there shouldering tied us, so now it looks as if they .

t In action in the Italian cam J can get him down U failure\ haar er's integral part ia the :{avy:', .a gun,.,but, wp can lend our money are ;going to have to do some real "fI1

palgnv-However, there ill a bright- ,from his w.kfe.i .. i Ii! War.,Effort., . ". to Uncle Sam ,Ye art proud of wprj<,;to keep up,with us. ,, #

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I 29 June 1944 CIVILIAN JAX U\"NEWsiriWl\ : I Page Nine.,

Detailed Data Regarding They'll Do Their Stuff At War Bond Showllctured '

Varied Interests Sought

Questionnaire Will Be Placed In Hands Of Many

" 'W'Civilians Tomorrow and Early Answer RequestedThe

Employees' Association is most anxious to secure detailed II IIx

information as to the Civilian employees many and va-

ried interests in the different fields of recreation, social and rr 'w i

athletic activities. -

It was announced! .in the last issue of Jax Air News that aquestionnaire N A _' ,
designed to give this:
Information would be distributed

soon to all employees to fill out Accessories
and return to their immediate su

These questionnaires are now DivisionInstrument w-

ready for distribution and will p
be handed to all employees tomorrow -
( Shop No. 16))
The Employees' Association
urges you to complete Monday June 19th, June Virginia K : r" N

the questionnaire at jour earliest Tolbert Sic who works in #, 'k 3 .'
convenience and return It to jour the Instrument Shop, married Lar arr 5

Immediate supervisor. The Association ry Ryan AOMlc, instructor at the

would appreciate havingall Bombsight School. They were married : ,

of them returned by Monday, at St. Edwards Chapel. Thebride's ) jfll\;
July 3rd If at all possible. father came here from
The points of interest covered Georgia to give his daughter away.

Include sports recreation, social, The groom's parents came from
I ) Wisconsin to ,
f- handicraft drama, literature art, wedding
home economics, education, music (Propeller Shop No. 13)
and others. Under each of these Necessity is the mother of Invention
This was demonstrated in
general topics are more detailed
the propeller shop by :Mrs. Ucla
requests. For example, under
Sports the following are listed for Trant. Mrs. Trant reworks pro ; ,I,

:you to indicate your interests; golf,, peller parts and was experiencing
in the Curtiss,
bowling, basketball, baseball, archery difficulty holding r
blade while and
bearings buffing
badminton, croquet, Softball,
cleaning. As a result she divised a w ._ ,. .
. swimming, tennis, roller skating, '*'
horseback riding, etc. You are also I wooden holder which really does a above are a Jew of the participants in tnis J'ear's A. & 1C. "'ar Hood Show under the* direction
asked to indicate those activitiesin job and has speeded up production of Joe Blanc. Blanc was the clown In last year's show and repeats the act again thin )'ee.r. R. K. Saintielson -

which you would like to participate Thanks, Mrs. Trant. (at the mike) Is the Director of the July 4th Cast Bond Drive for A. & R. Standing between

and those in which you have I (Bombsight Shop No. 17)) Blanc and Samuelson is Albert L. fowler bandmaster. On the stage is the N A. S. Employe Bowl
previously participated. Sunday, June 18th, Shop No. 17. along with several of the main attractions. This ;rea r'. Show will be presented tlc daily on "July' 3rd

Your Association will appreciate (Bombsight Shop) and their and 4th with one performance on July :51 h.
guests celebrated George Bounds
cooperation concerningthis
your I advancement to Chief with a picnic -
request, as it is most anxiousto I Shop No. 44C M
at Gold Head Branch State OverhaulDispatch
provide a complete and round Park. Engine SAFETY
ed program in which every NAS r Mrs. Beatrice Carter will leave
The party congregated bright and
Civilian employee can enjoy participating early, about an hour after dawn at No. 06 has spread out Monday morning for Alma. Ga.,

Al James' Dewey Park hut. The considerably in the last few Behind The she will be away for a month undergoing

next hour was spent loading the months, J. T. King has been placedin an operation.. We wifh

; i cars with such things as beer, coke, charge. More power to you, boy I her beet of luck.
inspjIAiii We to have Mrs. Virginia
LINESYou are glad
113 I Ibs. of voluptuous steak and all The weaves in No. 06 have been with
Higgenbotham ue after
the tidbits that go to make up a cooled off, but the personnel is
1 perfect picnic lunch. Upon arrivalat being away three weeks. as the
still warm.
To to' pretty can reduce the hazards of went to Ft. Sill, Okla. to be with ,
Survey Dept. the park, "all hands turned
lost four to
cracking the ice, gathering wood, Shop 46 employees our COMBAT FORCES by elimi- her daughter who was very ill. No
Inspection last week. They were : nating the hazards in your own wonder she has such a smile.cn her
I and in general, preparing for the
Have Big PicnicYes feast. To work up an appetite! the I Frank P. Walden Donald, Thomas and Mildred L sphere of operation. face, as her daughter was able to
I men gave out with pitching and Thompson, Mary Accidents Help The Axis come home with her.
called It baseball Hardee When you have an accident you I Mrs, Vida Howard is away' ona
( a
catching they
folks, It's absolutely true. I Two new parts runners have
slow down production and Impose vacation for two weeks visiting
the made enthu-
At last Inspection and Survey I game) women been to Final Assemblythis I
personnel siastic and the total assigned hardships on our fighting men by relatives! and friends at Black-
are to get together. Every- I outcome unanimous vote fora past week. They are Sedonia failing to provide them with nec- shear, Ga., and will return to work;
body in this department and theirdates I was a Coffin and Marjorie Booth.
husbands! or wives, whichever quick dip in the lake before the Edna H Smith returned to work essary equipment.When Monday.
feast. Food, being foremost in I you buy BONDS you are Miss Clauda Turner has return
the case may be-is expected everyone's mind, the dip was last week after an absence of six helping the war effort but you ed from a busy two weeks leave

to attend VERY quick and J, T (Woody) weeks. She went to visit her new must not stop there; you must as she spent most of her time fix-
This isn't just a dry old social grandson at Santa Anna, Calif that invest- her little home
I Wood, being the first one back I work safely so your ing up on Mar-
affair that everyone is obligated from the lake self-appointed Eva Carrillo has been transferred ment can be utilized in producing quette Avenue.Interim .
to come to. It's really going to be was from Final Assembly to run
equipment rather than have it diverted --
I: to be culinary
Chief Cook. He proved a
The committee that is getting I ,
I and parts for Sub-Assembly to take care of persons injured -
it up has obtained $JOO.00 with artist his able with potentialities assistant, Chief Iva S. Hopper spent the weekend in accidents that could have Overhaul
for the occasion, so you KNOWIts I visiting her son, who is stationed been .
Bounds, who slings a mean knifeon prevented.This Finally reliefs are beginning to
Jolngto be good. at Ft. Jackson, S. C.Tyre .
column will not only direct
unsuspecting! steaks, turned out show their faces in the State!.
Well, '
Oh, yesthe particulars. L. Roper in Shop 42 is one
attention to "SAFETY
the tenderest, juiciest steaks that your Take Interim Overhaul for instance
the date has been set for Sunday, hundred cent for the Navy,, "
I per FAULTS, but will be anxious to
were ever cooked over an open fire I three Jungle Jolly first
July 9th. It is to be an all-day affair I since his wife just joined the
been The potato salad topped off the publish your name in the Safety"WHO'S class AM's arrived last week from
has not
So far, the place I. Waves "
made in "Sister"i down South America Of
steaks and was
definitely decided on, but we are i Lester English in Shop 42 is taking Off The Job I way.
James' )kitchen by her skillful] course have to theee "Out
have own I you give
for suggestions. If you i i of leave honoring
.pen I a couple days' Have noticed when I
contact Mr. hands and those of Mad O'Don- you ever of the Country" boys a break fora
suggestions, please I I his son who is home on leave
any of the Amuse- i: nell ("the only girl\ of Shop No. I there has been an automobile collision while due to the fact that they
Corbett, Chairman Overhaul I 17") who threw in a sliced onion I from the Navy. Mr. English's son that the driver of the car have to get used to American Girls
ment Committee at Interim has been in the South Pacific battle had "The of
now and then who claims he Right again; and cars driving on the
Inspection right away.the sudden I I When everyone had satisfied I zone for some time. He was Way," is speaking from a "Hos right side of the road.
We have come to doesn't I their hunger-back to the lake in the battle of Tarawa. pital Cot" or his car has to be After serving 23 months out of

realization that everybody where the party frollicked either John T. Stuart and Robert Mooreof towed to the repair shop, while the the continental limits thet
and there are i
know everybody else in boats or at the diving boards Shop 44 and W. F O'Neal of other fellow who did NOT have "Salts" really seem to enjoy State-
only some 225 people in Inspection I I. After swapping stories about what Shop 38 made a flying trip to NAS the "Right of Way," drives his car Side. In case you happen to be interested

Let's and all Survey.turn out for the big 1 a wonderful day it had been all DeLand' Fla., on June 13th to away from the scene of the acci- in meeting these fellow,

and hands agreed that the picnic wasa make a few carburetor and aircraft dent.Moral they go by the names of Delgado
picnic w.th our Sunday girls. huge success, and so without changes. Reported back on : Don't claim the "Right of P. P., who halls from California
have the time of our lives. further! ado, the trip home was .I this station June 15th, quote "Oh Way" and don't take It. Let the I (and confWentally, the kid holds

--- started. Members and guests whoso boy, there are a lot of places worse other fellow have It. several records in the manly art of

Bond QuestionsAnd thoroughly enjoyed themselveswere than E 0.. Jax NAS!" THINK SAFETY 'weight lifting, and has performedat
: From Shop No. 17, Chief Frank J. Gouchnour has just returned several exhibitions in Califorv

[ Bounds, Hank Stockard, Charles to work after a ten-day vacation nia, Illinois Virginia and in South
Answers Wimbiow. Johnny Johnson, Will spent around Pittsburgh, Musicians NeededFor America i Carman, J. 14" also in

Williams, Woody Wood, Mad Pa. Just a tip, don't travel by bus, from South America, hails from
O'Donnell and Al James, with his I glad to be back in Jax. A & R Group down Oklahoma way .Trombone

Q. Suppose I have Darned someoneas wife+ "Sister" and children, Johnny Happy-go-lucky Claire Fields, A L. Fowler, bandmaster of playing i Is his hobby, having organized
co-owner on Bonds already and Marjory Mae The guests one of the first women to report the Assembly and Repair Band, a dance band in Trinidad

I issued, but wish later on toe were: Accessories Division Yeoman to E. 0., will be leaving us on I needs musicians on all instruments, B W. I,). Rutlen, C. A., comes

.. eliminate such person or name I Wini Frize the well-liked Pat July first. Her happy dispositionand especially clarinets and saxophones from North Dakota and is a "Joe
a new co-owner? I McAlevev from the A. & R. Gun charming personality will be Civilian and enlisted men College" in veterinary work, having -
You may do so only by cashIng Camera Repair Shop, and her attractive much missed. I or women are requested to phone kept all the dago iftray),

the Bonds in and purchasing -! roommate, Helen Ko- :Mrs. Florence Ducly, Inspectorin I Fowler at extension 756. alive for the Sailors in Trinidad.
new ones! I misarz. Cas DiYeso and C. J. I Pumps, and Private Ducly of ,

Q. Who issues the Allotment : Woods, former members of Shop Camp Blanding, leave Thursday, Production RoomIt
Bonds I No. 17, who at the present time are June 22nd, for Cleveland Ohio, Engineering

:A. The Field Branch, War Bond i attending Advanced Bombsight for a visit with Private and Mrs.

Division, Bureau of Suppliesand School at NATTC Jax, were also Ducly's families. seems that Cupid has chosen for his victim this year the

Accounts, Navy Department guests.; Born to :Mr. and Mrs. John T' Production Engineering Division of A. & R. To date thin
Cleveland, Ohio -': Stuart ( better known as "RED"), heard but
\Ve have
five news
have had
will Allotment year we
Q. How fast my Praise "Glory Boys"WASHINGTON a son on June 4th at St. Lukes
Bonds be delivered ? (CNS) The Hospital. Mother and baby doing not definite information regarding numerous other engagements -

:A. The Navy Issuing Office Is work of the Army's "Glory Boys' nicely (just a chip off the old etc. We have also been blessed with a number of births
mailing Bonds out to purchas- used In block, red-headed and green-eyed).
-the U. S, glider troops this year.
I ers'! within 15 days after they the Norman Invasion-was lauded I have been asked why not an The. division been to be quite
are paid for. in a A&R dance or party soon* production room went to tLt how-
hold these Bonds here by the war Department lucky lately. In the'! recent bond
Q. Will the Navy -
statement commending the young pital last Saturday night for an
for me in safekeeping? cuitet' we had two winner,
for their "magnificent disdain" We should all drop
A. Yes At no cost to you. Doctor* Save GI'n Jack Koonft, S2c won a $25 Bond
Will the issue me a receipt of danger.Modern by and wish" him a speedy rtcov-
Q. Navy -- : I FRANCE (CNS)-Quick and and 111.'Irllnla Davis won a
for such Bonds held in TimesT Hair today I expert medical attention has been $30 Bond Speaking( Bonds! ery. We are all very anxious UJ

safekeeping I responsible for the saving of i+9per we have a very nice record with have him back with us con.
A. No. But you may get any Information blonde tomorrow.in I cent of the lives\ of American some member of the division It is interesting to note that our
want concerning 61 cent new bow'!, Lt Commander Fuller,
you ? I soldiers wounded on the Normandy putting M much as per
theee Bonds by simply writing safekeeping by the Navy I beachhead, according to :Maj. Gen of their pay back Into bond A who just recently arrived to take

Ic the Field Branch identify A. Upon a simple written request which i A. W. Kenner, Chief of Medical large percentage of the division the place of Lt. Commander
ing yourself by giving your full to the Field Branch in inform Services on Gen. Eisenhower'sstaff. Is planning to pattkllsate| In thecoming' St. John, is very much liked and

name rank or rating, file or you Identify yourself, and and- Penicillin, eulfa drugs, whole Independence Day Bond I admired by all members of the UAvWon. \-
IJ wrvice number, !ship or station, the Navy of the name I blood and blood plasma are being ('1uUJj6JD_ Our only hopE l i41 to pleas
want the
.I and requesting the information. address to which you used constantly in France Johnny VfeiMkrl&aa t4 tb. re him M much i* be plat) f ro vw, /iJ
Q. How can 1 withdraw Bonds htld Bonds forward.



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WELFARE Civilian WorkersAre Pioneer
AEM l Student

t Paid TributeBy .....

J PRESENTS Captain LynchCapt. Survived Nazi ATTcenee

J. B. Lynch, NATTC 'Commanding U-Boat AttackHaving /t.

Officer, speaking'! at a )}
@f 's --
r special ceremony last Saturday, -x: + his ship shot out from
paid tribute to the "civilian em- ; under him in the North Atlanticin
ployces of the U. S. Navy, who, the extremely chilly month of 11 l

day in and day out, are doing so January is ono experience which .
well to make victory possible," Douglas S Hodgson, S2c, of Bks f!:

and announced that a recognition 16, doesn't care to have repeated.An .
a emblem will be given to all civil
AEM student in M-3 Hodgson Alabama
ian workers at NATTC who have Dubose. popular NAT
\ at least one month of service served In the Norwegian Mer- TC light heavyweight ring champ
} I All civilian employees at the chant Marino for two years and got a real measure of satisfactionfrom
4 Training Center were present at : eight months, and he has made his victory" last week over

I I the ceremony, which was held in numerous foreign ports including Bierney Reynolds, Camp Stewart
) the area adjacent to the Admin Africa, India, Madagascar, West light heavyweight star.. When
I istration Building ,d, Indies and South America.. Camp Stewart visited NATTC last
: On one of his February and the local
The emblem is an attractively ;a\ a suffered
the voyages in September 'tfLP team, Dubose a defeat at
designed plastic pin bearing
I Inscription "U. S, Navy Civilian 1943 :;d \.. tho hands of Reynolds Reynolds -
i Service." his ship was un- is known as the KO star at

.tr I I "This emblem will identify you. sue ceasfullyaombed Camp Stewart Both he and
in theMe
'as making an important contribution the soldier crowd must have been
I I to the war effort," Capt.I l d iterraneanby surprised by Dubose's fine show

JlNty; Lamarr Lynch told the assembled group. I .fI......" .. I -.") planes.German But war-his ing The Alabama boy has
I "You have a definite responsibility I Ruth Hanson, who has the distinction shown vast Improvement in the
It's it's hot, it s swell; it's most vivid experience
.gay. to do the best Joe you can with of being the first mem- last few months, and he now Is a
was .
great everything you've got. This Com ber of the WAVES to get an the encounterwith mighty tough customer Inside tho L-\
Reputed to be the best vaudeville :
mand is to have identified aviation SK-V rat- ropes ,--- .
show now on tour the "Stork proud you w storekeeper ( ) a German:. .
Club Scandals" tops the entertain- to the public and, likewise, Ing. sub i nth e Doug Hodgson
you too should be proud of this Have you seen Earl Stickler'slatest
North Atlantic."I .
ment program at the NATTC auditorium -I distinction. So when you receive work of art It's his
next week. With a cast emblem-wear it as a mark Ruth Hansen Is was on an oil tanker going classy map of Florida which will
of 15 talented performers, the show I of from Liverpool to Baton Rouge. be used as a novel Scoreboard in

; is scheduled at 1SOO and 2000 next pride %_jSi First WAVE To The tanks were empty, and we the upcoming swimming marathon .
Tuesday. were going to Baton Rouge to load .
Among the feature acts are Ha- WAVES' WINSOME up. Soon after dawn broke that r .-
'i dee Rolton, comedienne of stage, Get SK-V RateRuth morning, a submarine attacked us. It's Lt (jgE..
screen and radio; Hale Hamilton The first we knew about it, a tor- L. Hughes now'
t and Company, top-flight balancingand It took the attractive and much. Hansen, of the NATTC pedo crashed into the ship," Hodgson 1 '

unicycle act; Betty Jane Hunt, publicized radio class of WAVE Aviation Storekeepers School, is said. \ He is a vet-

' acrobatic dancer: Hal Haviland, internationally officers to break down the wall the first WAVE in the U S Navy Naturally there was much ex- eran of 21 yearsof
known magician: of modesty and veil of secrecy sur- to receive the newly-created rate citiment aboard the ship. Hodgson -I
A Barbara Leeds, singing favorite of rounding the diversified talent of of aviation storekeeper was steering at the time, and Naval aviation
cafe society; The Darleen Sisters one of their instructors, Sergeant The SK-V School originally was he stayed at the wheel Fifteen and has seen comt .

f Hollywood harmonizers, and Bill David Wexler. I' set up at NAS, Alameda, Calif., minutes later the second torpedo I I bat action in the

I tennett's Stork Club Orchestra. I It seems several of the comely I and the attractive young WAVE hit, and the order was given to ,,b,, Pacific as a mem- '
Advance publicity declares the lassies were completely captivated' had her training there. Becauseof abandon ship *
ber of famed
'Scandals"' to be "the very best in by Wexler's well-modulated tones the need of expansion, the "Two life boat were smashedby I a

intimate stage entertainment, comprising I as he paced the podium delivering school was moved to NATTC several the torpedoes, and there was 1 patrol squadron

I unusual novelties, hilarious his dally lecture. After class ; weeks ago, and she was transferred only one loft. About half of us Lt. Hughes

( comeuy and beautiful girls." II one day, they plied the young orator here to work In-- the.--. school got -In It and trot clear of the I .: came to NATTC

with a few pleasantly put, but as technical librarian: ;'hii,. Then the sub surfaced and Lt. (jg) Hughesas a chief carpenter -
A varied movie program is of- to-thc-polnt questions. What WAVE Hansen, who is Sk-V2c fired on the ship while the other made warrant officer, and
fered, listing two thrillers, "Cen- I he do before he Joined the Marines is from San Francisco and has crewmen were boarding a large recently received his commission.
terville Ghost with Charles Did he ever study voice'Had been in the Navy for 16 months raft," Hodgson stated.

Laughton Margaret O'Brien and he dc."There.ever been on the stage'Etc. -- "We were picked up by a little Bill Ehlcrs, SpSlc( ) MAA of
Robert Young. provides comedy, I could do:' Greek freighter after being in the li, has a new spring in his step
i heroic and spooks, while "Invlsl- was nothing Veteran Of "Black life boat 33 hours. It was cold, but these days. The reason is Bill's
,. Wexler later told a reporter,
,.' M answered their questions as Cat Squadron" Is we didn't" suffer too much from daughter is adding/ another Navy
exposure. man to the family roster. Daughter -
and briefly as possible.
'. .> .. quickly"I'm from New York City. I was Guest At Smoker) Hodgson says frankly that If the Rosalind recently announced
F : .: ship had been loaded with oil when I her engagement to Ensign W. Mc-
; cad radio manufacturing I
a Eugene ACMM 21-
GN .. working the torpedoes struck it would have Farlane. Bill, Jr., 19, has been In
.' .
: when the came along. veteran
.: ". \ firm war year-old of the PBY .
.. installed been Just too bad The ship was the service since July 1912 and
.w. We manufactured "Black Cat Squadron" of South
; : supposed to Join a big convoy for is serving in the North Atlantic
... for broadcasting stations Pacific fame out
: J :.. '.' equipment gave with the the Atlantic crossing but missed You can bet that in the years to '
< lowdown on action in the Pacific
\ 0" connections, Hodgson explained come conversation at the family
\ "Before that in high school and at the big smoker for Aircrewmen-
blond handsome lad reunions will be all Navy.
Hodgson, a ,
I to-be last at theNATTC
York University, night
later at New
Bill will be remembered
was born In Toronto Ontario, Can- as
I : went in for dramatics and public outdoor Navy arena. ada, raised In Scotland, and now the former member of the New'
speaking I liked it a lot and always Chief Ritchie related of
Y many calls !{earny. N. J.. his home. He York City Police Department who
I i r a! I IG Ir managed to get a good partin Us battle experiences includingone came to NATTC several weeks ago came from retirement after 22

the plays we presented. Our time when his plane was hit and has.been in the Navy for three years of police service to join the
did several broad- and landed in the water sirrround-
\ college group months Navy to relieve a younger man for
casts in addition to the stage work ed by Jap warships. "We got out active duty While on the force Dill
I "I decided to go in for the tech- of there," he declared, "And I o.irA -- was commended seven times for

r nical side of radio, and I've never still don't know how the pilot managed i girl may be able to make or bravery and is a member of the
regreted it. My background in it. I break a man, but a gold digger famous Honor Legion of the N. Y.
speaking has been of great value A varied and well received pro- does both. The difference between I c. Police Department Here's wish.
to me in my work here at NATTC gram was presented at the smoker a millionaire and a gold digger is ing Rosalind all happiness
Maybe after the war, I'll take an- : which had Billy Beard as master that he's got what it takes and
Evelyn Ankers other fling at it." of ceremonies. Providing the she takes what he's got The only way Joel Barrett

ble Man's Revenge," starring Jon The WAVES didn't ask (prob- entertainment were Ellen Carrol S'ic, of Bks"I 7, Is going to MK

Hall and Evelyn Ankers, offers action ably wanted to know, though) if singer, Ann Glasser, acrodancer; places he hasn't seen before
Wexler were married, but your re- Ernie McGee. comedy cartoonist; "What la the secret of your while In the Navy is to be a-
and humor
whimsy "
suspense porter learned that he is very and John Alfonso, accordionist. life? asked Mrs. Browning of feigned! duty beyond<< the shore'
Also on the bill la a rerun, "White
happily, indeed, Judging from the Free cold drinks were distributed Charles Kingsley. "Tell me, that of continental North America
in which will "
Cargo you sec a beaming look that came to his to the large crowd of Radio 1 may make mine beautiful, too. Within the past three' years and
lot of Lamarr. "
Hcdy face when her name was men- School students. He replied: "I had a friend prior In' hit acceptance Sv HIM

I tioned. Navy, Joel's business took him
Ens. Benjamin Sutherland of the
Welfare Department announcedthat Take a tip and listen closely Coming Here Tuesday into every one of he fortyeightstates
of the Union.
attempts are being made to when Sergeant Wexler speaks
book Joy Caylor and her all-girl Some day his name may be in In addition to the forty-eight
orchestra for a show here probablypn lights and his voice heard regularly states he visited Canada, Alaska
12 JulyThe coast-to-coast It will be nice Newfoundland, Novia Scotia Bermuda
I then to say "Yes, I knew him Cuba Pucrta Rico, Central
America and Mexico. Joel says
schedule (at the XATI'Cpudltorlum when his
-e most interesUntrip/ was by
) : I boat from Boston Harbor to Costa.
Tonight, 'HIO, 1915, Going Combat Veteran Is 0 1 Rico. Sounds like he has the mak. I
My Way with fling Crosby !
ings of a regular Old Salt
1'ridAy 1800. 2000, Center*'llle Awarded Unit Citation : -
Ghost with Charles Laughton. I \
Saturday, 1800, 2000, Invisible Ralph J. Waldo AOMlc, of the The boys in wing three of galley :
Man's Revenge with Jon Hall NATTC Ordnance School, recentlywas four say Chuck Leaver, S2c, who r

and Evelyn ADk ...... awarded a Presidential Unit is serving mess duty until his AEM t II p
Sunday; 1500; White Cargo, Citation for his service with the class starts school, has found f -
With Iledy Lamarr. First Marine Division, Reinforced, I I sure-fire short cut to indoctrinat7 Y ;:
Sunday, 1800, 2000, There's in battle actions against the Japs 1 ing new men in the use of "salty" \
Something About a Soldier with Making the presentation was Capt. language The story is that one
Evelyn Keye and Tom Neal. J. B Lynch, Commanding Officer morning recently Chuck was as-

Monday, 1800, 2000, Stormy NATTC. I signed the duty of serving- sugar
Weather with Lena Home. The citation, covering the period for the student's coffee and cereal

Tuesday 1800, 2000, Stork from 7 August to 9 December, For the first several minutes of
Club Scandals. 1942, reads in part: "For outstand- serving everything was orderly

Wednesday 1800, 2000, GoodNight ing gallantry and determinationin and smooth, but it didn't last long.
Sweetheart, with Ruth successfully executing forced Suddenly the peace was shatteredby
:Terry and Bob Livingston. landing assaults against a numberof yelps of disbelief and then

Note change In regular time.Klerchant strong defended Japanese posi- began a flow of the saltiest words ,
L aS* L i T T- tions" in the South Pacific. any one could wish for. Yea, you !
j Seaman -%_Ji -' I guessed It. Chuck got his sugar '
: Get You Ain't L'ing-- out of the wrong can.

[ [Officer-Type UniformNEW Here lies the body of a Sailor,
He died of a heart attack I According to Bob DeGowske S2c

YORK (CNS-Men) in Ills laundry was promised for Bks 7. the only fault he can find

: the Merchant Marine are going to TuesdayAnd I with Florida's celebrated climate
A, get a new uniform, according to on Tuesday he got It back and attractions Is the lack of acres
-- I and acres of cold, ice
Alt Capt. Harry H. Dreany, assistant gleaming
commandant of the U. S. Mari- for gold or black buttons. suitable for ice boat racing. Bob

a time Service. The new outfit isf" "A man can work up so quicklyto is a former Rear Commodore of

f" blue and will be the same for an officershlp that it is seemed, the Detroit Ice Boat Club and holds

i;;" winter and summer, except for a good idea to make it so he could numerous racing trophies. Among _
r I material weight, said Capt. keep the same clothes and just STORK CLUB 5c&&a them is the highly prized ros,7

L ) Dreany, who added that it will re- change the buttons," Capt. Dreany cholin Cup. Two years ago Life

P,. 1 pemble officers' uniforms except explained. Cvatioitd ea rare 11Pago




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29 June, 1944 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Eleven


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Chief At Center I II I W4 t44 Training Center"On

Had Two Years* I The Ball" In

i Of Sub Service I Big Bond Drive

This is the story of a delightful I When the Navy's IndependenceDay
and relished-some
dinner, served- "Extra" War Bond Campaign ,.
the 84'a' surface.
200 feet below I
opens on 1 July, NATTC will be
J. H Montgomery, CSM, who I set to go. During the period beginning -
sewed two years aboard submarines on 1 July and ending on 8
before being assigned to NAT or< f July, sailors, marines and civilian
TC, vouches for the story, and he ." f I employees will be buying that

should know ,.t.. I "extra" bond. To handle the volume -
"Even 200 feet below the surface of bond sales a special War '
:' Chief :Montgomery recalls: "" '" _'h:. I Bond booth is being opened nt

r'.."SHSfe*. we could hear,, if Ship's Service where purchasesmay
be made on any day duringthe
feel- the rumble f
or campaign between the bouts
from the gunsin of 0800 and 2000

[ a shore action I Already indications are that this

It didn't seem to ',Navy Campaign will exceed in Interest -
and in sales all other pre-
,,. bother us much ious bond campaigns operated ty
: though, for when the Navy The slogan is "Celebratethe
chow was served 4th by the Purchase of an
lit in 'Extra' Bond,"
every one I '
that I Ample evidence that this will re,
I with a gusto
t:_. the story at NATTC was given at
::1 the y might have an early date when the War Bond
-q r3 had over a Office began to receive scores 'cf

.'. 'Thanksgiving I pledges from both uniformed and
... ., .
J. .
dinner at home t: B w JJ Lvaa.' ,0: .< mf a Montgomery All roads lead to War Bond Office as sailors marines (upper left), civilians (upper I' All realize the truth containedin
'It was pretty much a Thanksgiving for extra purchases Above are Captain J. B. Lynch, Commanding the message' sent to all hands
he added, "althoughI right ), and officers sign up by Capt Lynch in which he said':
dinner the strawberries were out NATTC Jacksonville, and Lt (jg) K. E. Wilson, War Bond Officer (seated 1 1. to "Men on the fighting line are sac

of guess season. I'll never forget it, any- r.). Standing ((1. to r.) are Lt Comdr H. F. Finney ; Major A. C\ Cramp, Executive Officer 'rificing everything. Thousands of

wAy-roast turkey, lobster salad, of M. A. I). : Lieut. Col. W. T. Evans, Commanding M. A. D. : Comdr. W. If. Cash Americans will die before victoryis
shortcake, and all the of Technical won. They are not hesitating to
Walruth superintendent
strawberry Officer NATTC and Comdr. J. E. ,
Executive ;
rest that would go with a meal ing, I do their part. Those of us now at
like that." 'framing.WordsPerMinute. home whether in uniform or not,
---- --- should back them with everything
------ --- (
In one operation when the chief the firstenemy was Test Provides I I BROTHERS SERVING I we have and consider no sacrifice
at the periscope
into viewandthe 'ON POLICE FORCE of ours as being at too high a
ship came
Your in bonds will
sub he was on the is first generally of its Headache For WAVE Radio Students Two brothers, one year apart save lives It may save :yours We
credited with being to be twins.
European who look enough alike i I at home have a job to do. Let's
kind to sink an enemy ship in have been in the Navy four months I do this right and forget what
waters, Ens. Mary Jane Boyle without being separated and both j
I Ilj I if start off with that atti : 'I small sacrifice it may mean to
duty. you
Before getting submarine I'm so provoked right now. 11 I tude" I now are serving on the Police us." .
Chief Montgomery was attached chew nails. This is the third Force at NATTC. ,jjj-
could I'm to
(Well, naturally going I
to the surface fleet, and has seena I I time that I have tried to pass the tri ) "We could have been separated
good part of the world. China and 11 words-per-minute test, and it is :My little mental wrestling matchis I 100 times since we volunteered on I Music Hath Charms To
India, Siam, the Philippines, the third time that I have blown the instructors February 28 of this year," said
I interrupted by Soothe Ration Board
far Pacific spots are familiar in the 22 "But
ether I higher than a kite right voice solemnly intoning;: Royal Lefere, S2c age
\ to him. middle of it, "13 Mxronds." (I grip my pen- FO far we have been lucky and I' Corp, Harold Williamson, MAD
In his off time, the chief turned I The first two times I went to ('11)). :, have managed to stay together I II radio code receiving instructor,
is a flier in His brother, Alidore, S2c, aged 21, embraces music his
to aviation, and quite pieces trying to put down the code "10 w<>ond*." (I grip It a little ;I as pet hobby
having nearly a half He is not a musician, but he prizes
his own right, I and at the same timetry harder agrees. I
hundred sou: hours to his credit messages correctly This last ) I I The brothers volunteered thE'I his enormous and valuable collection J
to space "5 second" (I tart munching I
turn an
He can fly a plane-but time I blew up in the middle of same day were inducted the same of recordings.
automobile with a gearshift over' I' the plain dress message. on It), I day, went through boot training atGreat I Until recently, the dot-dash ex- ,f
to him and he s lost His auto driving trouble is long dash and that's Lakes together and then pert's friends thought nothing ,.
must be confined to the antiquated Oh, I know what what my it is isn't the only signal I am sure that I were sent to NATTC They are in : could make him happier than an !
_' 1. ai model "T -if you can find but so far knowing I either think ahead recognize throughout the test Bks, 8.Prior. album of classics. However, when '

;.:J unc for him., I helping the message me. or think back to Oh well! I'm not the only one to enlisting, they workedin the conversation turned to musica
At------- i,lot try and get the "gist" of it, or, if -yet. their father's war plant in lack- II few days ago, Williamson impa i

NEW BOOKS IN TilE NATTCLIBRARY I'm getting it fairly solid I worry son, Miss, making shells for the tiently changed the subject. l,
for fear I won't get all of it solid It has been interesting this past Navy. They didn't leave their fa- With a happy light in his f eye, *
And I don't. week, to read and to see the va- ther shorthanded though. They I his face aglow, he tenderly removed (
"ru"h.l., 0--lb., by L"U CharrJw'lt before each tent, I have rious methods people have evolvedIn have three other brother, two from his wallet an official looking J i
SlelnbeekMr Just InaudIbly order to keep the body temperature older and one 13 years old, who document. 'f
John with mlf.
*. Applegsle's* MILK.AlUIr by by fiederlck a little of course. (1( don't believe below the boiling point. are working in their dad's factory 'Isn't it wonderful he sighed i
F. Van de Water, reached the audible However, I think that Ens. Miriam It was a permit for a brand new f
N. a..le J. Free, by E. E. HaUeran, that I've! Schiller came through with the tire.
Tile Odd )la. .ray.. 1>y Darwin JC .taC.-yd). most Ingenious I __ .l

'1'"'fetlbf't.. Iced ..k Cr.aby Franc The conversation is always in Last Sunday afternoon we all NATTCen These lines-a may sound ungal- i
Galth4'r. the same vein: around the barracks
Rx' were panting lant but there is far too much
Tr.ffH", by : .
The warner Ret.r .f the "Come now, old girl, pull yourself trying to find a stray breeie. Futile I Newsreel loose talk being spilled out in the

"'WtIPp, 'ere S1.ler., by Dorothy together." of course But in the midst I promotion of romance. When with .t ta
(Sure I'm all right.) of our gaspings, a peculiar hacking Ctntlnird from Page 10 girl talk about harmless subjccts -

N..-FktlotMrpla.e "Take it easy--so what If you Bound filled the air. Someonewas I' magaine took a picture of Bob) such as her hair or your w.
I'repeller J'.laclplu, by Wilbur attempting to wring a tune 'I during the International Ice Boat etchings,
letter. 'I
miss a
A.* 1".C...Nelson the o..l. Howard M }"or,,, A Navy chaplain'setory course.) that when Geron- size. on: production Let the other fellow t
of action at sea on board the 'Veil-even two or three" piano; but was Bob wife is also a skilful rac- get what he's after out of the .'
U, S S.Retread New OrlearuCaptain by .Donald Hough! (Twenty or thirty ia nearer imo, was a kid wearing pin feathers ing enthusiast,' and he is quite new paper If he can't get it out '. ;!

Our Army through I: the eyes of a 'ie- right.) ) effort all sat proud of her showing in the Wom- of the newspapers let him consult
trend, an officer ol the last war re- "Now how are you going to pass In spite of the we en's International Regatta held at an astrologist. b, l j
Miss Schiller "
toned In this up and looked _nj '
Ontario Canada. She -
r C.a.att..1 reach.. by If. V. Bl O When asked Hamilton, t
.. serenading 119.
. and L. Clark Keating, Frank Cra- A A Vaiadfrblie HIH..II..,.. edited by was wasn't her selection a little out of placed second! In a field of highly Remark overheard as a group 't
McGraw .! the GlaaU, by
Richmond Croom Ueatty.Ulth experienced racers. of soldier were leaving a crowded "II
she answered smartly '
..,. Duncan season
Neer a Doll M.m*.t, by Charles Francis My Norton-Taylor.Heart My M by "Well, I've got to keep cool some Before entering the Navy, Bob I Jacksonville beer lounge Saturday ,1
Co. James -.....- how." You've probably guessed served! one year with the Merchant n!7'it: "Let's get out of here. The
T.T,Niiom Farrell It, May C..eer., by Send the Jar Air News home the tune ." "Jingle Bells." Marine on the Great La1! es: ."Ti-/y has taken over the place." .\
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:\ Camp Stewart Boxers Battle NATTC Chomps Here Tonight I II'

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Locals Seek .

Bond Queen Of M. A. D. M.A.D. Gunnery Ten Is

2nd Win Over
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{ Soldier Team Ramblings Only Unbeaten

< Victorious over the Camp Softball TeamThe

Stewart soldier-ringmen in Hy ."fe'", Herb Johnston, Jr.,
and Hill Wilson! list of undefeated Softball
their clash their last week, Here's the second crop of resultson teams at NATTC has been turn

', the NATTC southeastern box- the questionnaire put out at med down to onethe classy stu-
i the Marine Aviation Detachmentat dent officer Gunnery ten, which 13
ing champions are confidentIy NATTC. The questionnaire sitting on the lid of the Officers'

;: looking forward to their re- a3 What has been your most interesting ; League with a record of five victories
funny or unusual experience without a blemish.
turn match with the Army ; since joining the service? The hard hitting Gunnery outfit -

leatherslingers tonight at the ; 'c1J blasted out an 11 to 4 victoryover
Arthur Chicago,
' Cpl. Vosepka Ordnance last week, with the
.IS NATTC outdoor Navy arena. says while standing his first full team's ace hurler, Billy Klnkopf,
Plenty of action ta I promised in pack and clothing inspection in, coasting to his fifth win.
tonight's inter-station, inter-state "Boot Camp." Having his gear Second place Technical Training -
displayed as neat as possible, the lost to the'Brigade, 7 to 6, to
I I and inter-service match. The D. I. inspected his display and drop a game and a half behind
doughboys from Georgia are hot said : "Vosepka, get those shoes Gunnery and the last place Bomb- '\
'j I pointed the right way." sight ten lecorded its first tn-
)fightens Art promptly changed his shoes umph by downing Administration.
will go forth to battle no ,, l S I
; around while the officer made his I 4 to 2.Technical.
\ intention of losing their southeastern I inspection. Then the D. I. walked Training tallied five

I team championship. The card w r'SkrY I up back of Vosepka and said: runs in the first inning, but Brig
ji Will start at 1930. II "I thought I told you to square ade tied it up in the second and
NATTC's triumph over the soldiers your shoes away." Art replied, went on to win in the seventh.
j; "Sir, I can't make both toes point Pitcher Clark of Bombsight was
night was
last Thursday I inward, I have been issued two rapped freely by the Ad team but
I and impressive. Camp Stewart I right shoes." Art is section leader I he bore down in the clutch. Administration -
is rated one of the better serv- : I in Squadron 3 and a radio student. I pitcher Roy Womack:

ice teams in the southeast, and the I fief aJ'1 lost another tough one as h* allowed -
.',... of
I p Orsteln Seymour, but two hits
fact that the local ring stars wonWith Brooklyn says the second day he 'I'he'Crt-i team, leader in the

ease, 5: bouts to 2, is quitea 'c.41.1"- was In "Uoot-Caunp," a "boot" Ship's Company A m e r I c a u
feather in their little white hats. Hiked the 1). I., when he wouldbe league, was knocked out of the
Issued dress blue. The D. I. undefeated class by second place
A" In the recent match against
said, MSou, before you get out of "1'rlltyll. 3 to 0. Earlier In the
f the Charleston Coa.st Guardsmen here, ;you will have plentyof week, A-l downed "*1'11 ((1)1), :Ito
Charlie ))('dIllUII and t" ldlenlnllt'tt Two husky Marines cheerfully guard the identity of the masked blues" 1. Howard Kiverdahl hurkvl
Navy boxing. Instructors "Mi** Marine host Queen." who was nelected as a sponsor for M. both tilts for A-l, running:; his.
A. I), in the Kxtra War Itond Drive NAT'lT.
i started NATIV on the vlc- Independency Day at Pfc. R. C. Vroman, of San Francisco record to slv! : wins and one los+.
the Holdlers. The queen will he unmasked at a *|xeclal M. A. D. War Itoml rally on
road' against In
tory "One day in 'BootCamp'one other American loop com"-,.n.
S July, Guarding the beauty are 1'fc. Kit Klttrell. left, former all-
However, Camp Stewart pulledup for
of my buddies signed up TTQ whitewashed TTR. :2 to & and
I American halflnick at I'., and Hill Short, tackle
two Navy students, llaylor Sgt. right '
even as Paramarines and sent word home TTHD( ) stomped TTS. 19 to :.
Charlie Fields and Billy Ramroth. on the 1913 Air hatters grid tenm. Following the unveiling, the In
I to his folks, regarding his plans. the National League, victorieswere
will he at the Service War IVond booth to as.I Ut .Marine
but inexperienced queen Ship'
both very promising I His mother sent back a telegram chalked up by TTM, TTF and
fighters, were defeated.But in purchasing bonds which read. "Cancel Para plans Bks 64. Babick twirled a five hitter -
that was the end of th<' ---- stop come home immediately stop for TTM as the league lead.-n

I road for the doughboys. Al High j' Jackets Top State sOI-.ru.\I.I. STUI:,\( S -- join some other branch of the serv- swamped ITT, 10 to 3. 1"11" batters -
era and Howie Brodt both Ma ltnulh to JnneNatIOltal .) ice." Signed Mother. crossed the plate 10 times 1.1
I line instructors came through with Prison Nine 125The the first two innings to ci-'isn
victories three and four, and Alabama League/ 1'fc. John Hughe will not forget TTD-1 by 11 to 6. Pankhur.it .11 t:
Dubose wound it up with f hard hitting NATTC Blue- Terns, 11 It" JAt.t Prt.I the little lad in his (slot c-amp Bks 64 held Bks 63 to four hits

decision over the Camp Stewartace jackets stepped out of the all-sta- I 1'1'1\1 1'1'''' Ii 5 :2 t .751.625 platoon who never had tired a for loi to 1 victory
Bierney Reynolds i tion league to meet an "outside" ,.TT 4 4 ..50)Bks. rifle In his life, becameery III The tide of battle in the First
The latter bout was perhaps the team last Sunday when they trav 6j! 3 4 ..4297rDl the night before record day, Regiment League changed again
3 5 ,373Bks
best on the card. The partisan i elled to Raiford to whip the state 64 2 5 .286 managed to struggle. out to the a* Halley of Bks 51 outpitcheciFasanella
crowd was' all for Reynolds, 171 prison nine, 12 to 5. range and fire an e\pert: score of Bks 1 for a 5 to a:
pounder who has a long string of Manager Teetsel's charges had American League: of 38: Kecognltion of airplanes victory. The triumph enabled Bk.
kayos to his credit: But Dubose little difficulty in walloping the Term "on .....t }'rt.TTIII1Ml Is a subject of Intent 51: to regain the league lead on
I { turned in one of the best efforts I prison team. Gus Letchas led the 6 1 ,714 learning for 1'fc. CV of his career and was awarded a potent attack by blasting four hits 5 2 i I Mendotu, III. lie ua-s routed 1 is a half game ahead in the
convincing decision. I in six appearances at the plate, 1wrllD 1'1'Q ) :I: 3: .4,1',4t0'rut ) I to shame by hi, love life Mho standings. Bks 51 has won four
)1 Dubo.se, 175. showed a hard left followed by Bernie Feldman: and :3 5: ..373: worked in a plane plant .". and lost one while Bks 1 has a
) to go: with his pO't'rhoulelight, .Johnny Bittner, each of whom rapped TTS 0 5 .0(1) --- record of six and two.
I and he almost put the soldier away three for five. Mike Hale and I I.-i": I Pvt. John Brown likes to think : In other First Regiment results
Jn the second round. After dropping Brooks Atchison shared mound 0 ff J:11 t> of the kindly little old lady who I Bks 52 and Bks :5 won on forfeit
"I the first two rounds Reynolds chores for the Bluejackets.Bluejackets | Team" "'on To.t l'et.Gunnery called the cops when he was on i by Bks 6 and Bks 2, and Ck.s J

: staggered Dubose in the --- --- -- "Training S 4 g l.04Tech. :,667 i his way to boot camp because she downed Bks 4 by 6 to 2.
third and final chapter, but Alabama I Brigade :t 2 .61)/ I thought he was too young to enlist A nip and tuck race also continued -
rallied gamely and won Adrnlnlilrallon 2 4 n1: I and had run away from home In the Second and TliirJKeglment
Play :I 4 .33:1:
going away. Ordnance Uombsljht J. 5 ..167hlr.t and says Pvt. John Rush Trenton loop. Roth like 18 and
Ilrodt's semi-final\ bout with N. J., "military service has Ilk* 10 f racked" iii| victories tit
I Hinter (Price way the clincher : Marine Team On Regiment:: I been an Institution for better ap- maintain their tie for first place.Kach .
t for :NATTC. The M. A. 1). Instructor Team "'.ft T.o.t 1'tt I preciation of a civilian and the life teMiu has a record of four
who has. ne\er lost a : New Field Today Bk. 51 4 1 ROO he lives." victories, and one defeat.
fight) while RtAT'f: (', turned I Bk. 1 4 2 ,7)4).M7 1I 1 Pitcher Soutiea of Bks 18 }held
Bk*. MBks. : :I 1 I
loose Ids d.tnamite fists to |M und The classy Bluejacket nine of :3Hk 4 3 .4229 i In civilian life Pfc. George Wil- Bks 21 to two hits for a 2 to 1
Price to the cam a* in SO "MXond -- I NATTC. which has been setting *. S 3 4 mot of the Headquarters Office conquest. Warden of Bks 21 was

of the second round. A hot pace in the four-team station I Bkl.Bk*. 6 2 3 3 5 5 ,373,375: : I used his spare time to organizeand I touched for five blows. Second
('rushingright. to the jaw way I baseball league, will dedicate its! :2 6 .250 promote worthwhile drives in Baseman Wilson accounted for the
i the deciding& blow. Both fighters new field at 1700 today in a game Bkt.Second and 'Third Regiment the Interests of the war effort. ]I Bits 21 run with a homer.

l weighed\ 151.Hlghers with the MAD team. I Wllmot, a successful: insurancebroker Elliott, ace Bks 18 moundsman,
t showed to excellent advantage I IJ I It The new diamond gives the Blue- Tram wa.l.o.i FiteBka. In Wichita, Kan., spearheaded I yielded but three hits for a :5 to 1

J as he took a wild and jackets a "home" field for the first Ski.. 19 1'1 of 4 1 1 ..f5).800Elks. ,I that city's sale of War victory over Bks 20. Second Baseman
t woolly affair from Woody Woodcock time, and Manager H. V. Teetsel.Sp 1. 3 2 .(01)Bkl. Bonds' on the salary deduction plan, Put'Sserty of Bks 19 led the
It was an extremely rough I .and fast bout with the fight continuing I "We'll have more opportu- I Bka Bkl. 20 11 0 0 3 4 .011).uno I won tho I and a single
after the bell ended the nity for pt'8C'tlCenow., and havingour Elliott also turned In the hottest
last round. Woodcock clipped High- own field will be a big help," pitching performance of the season
ers after the bell and the Marinequickly he said C. L. Rossa, Bluejacket I BULKHEAD lust l week in a practice tilt
r t
pasted him back and also catcher was in charge of work on I 4fM.s with Bks 3. Elliott gave up one
I ? dropped a punch on the referee the diamond, which is located westof p SuiPS SERVICE hit and struck out 17 of the 2L
who stumbled into the line of fire. I Alleghany opposite Bks. 19. taaaaic oas5 EO men to face him. Bks 19 won,

i, Highers weaned 138. his opponent, I Plans are being made for the i its NAVAL iii PR5Oss11.SCtE 5ENCFIT OR 8to0.
j. 136. 3luejacktt to meet some outside 1 I -
Dedmon's 4.0 boxing skill earned teams i.i the near future. Tilts Surprise
him a decision over Soldier Frank will be scheduled with some Jack- illeasant .,.J.
Padrone, 127. It was a close fight, i sonville entries in the Victory John McGovern, S2c, was vastly
with Dedmon's superior ring craft League. I surprised when his brother turnedup
paying off. Dedmon weighed 130.: Johnny Bittner. Charlie Woddail to visit him recently at Bks. 19.
llamctt, 137. another local boy and Teetsel are three members of Seems that his brother, who is an
with plenty <>f ring savvy, handily the Bluejackets who have playedin Army major attached to the Judge
defeated a tough opponent, Class A leagues or hl hf'r. Bitt- I Advocate General's office in Italy,
Toni Itanato HO, who forniely ner and Woddail also play for the 1 tpc fr s I was flown back to Washington t<>
fighter It was one of i make Although -
was a pro classy Air Station Fliers. Bittner an important repoit.
the be>st matches, with Barnettpiling1 has turned in neat pitching records -! he had only 48 hours of
up enough point In the I in the Pacific Coast Leagueand leave prior to returning to Italy,
first two rounds to win. I American Association, while he flow down here to see John,
The NATTC team looked good Outfielder Woddail used to rap out but it was a pretty quick trip
even in its two losses. Billy Ram-I Atlanta Crackersin He arrived simultaneously witha
: the hits' for the
; roth, 149. was leading& Soldier I the Southern Association. Teet- letter he'd written the week before -

I Chuck Kenny, 146 on points in sel was the property of the New '4 1L from across the leas, so you
the first round when he suffered York Giants when he was with Toledo .c'r can Imagine his brother's surprise
a gash over his left eye. The referee in the American Association. on seeing him.Sunnar .
stopped the tight, and Kennywas -- ---------
Other stars!! on the team are
awarded a TKO. I wf !
Charlie Fields, who shows to bet- Third Baseman Gus Letchas, former Barlund Will

ter advantage with every battle outing before, brother Georgia Charlie U. grid Letchas great, now whose is I Appear On Fight Cardiuanar
whale of a
put bowing up a to Soldier Dean Kee, who i I I playing; with the! Philadelphia Lamb Nationals ( Barlund.1 Finnishheavyweight
Outfielders Chuck
had to go all out to gain a narrow I ; to fight Kill I'et-
Both boxers weighed 154. and Bernie Feldman: and Pitcher f er&on In Jacksonville, Krktay
decision.Lt. Roy Womach, administrative I I.T. D. Anderson, property of the night) will make an apivearanoeon \
assistant to Lt. Marty Karow in Yankees. Teetsel predict a bright the fight card at NATTC to- "-
the Physical Tiaining- Department baseball future for Anderson. Mike night. He U nl|*M'ted to referee!
was In charge of the team Hale, who was the property of the a bout or two liar Kind Is. welt
trip to Camp Stewart. Glints hail rejoined the club tobolster I known fur his ring etploit: and
the f
pn ---t..Z1 ----. ,-- the mound staff. rates high muiMig, the nattan'4.
-- -- -- .-- -* ---- comfortable mutes. We .
War Bond may as well make itPmvywelht-t
Buy Buy Or Burning: the midnight oil doesn't I won"We't he served 'til they're thru discussing last ntte's date."'

Bye, Bye Freedom' h.-ljt. much It it's in the car.


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