<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Jax air news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/01577
 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 1944
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
lccn - sn 95047201
System ID: UF00028307:01577

Full Text
",.... 'r" .__' ._ :.:-_-- ,.,-,""'i.Y"! '-'!Jt."N\' .[ .,.. --._-.-..t;-,;-:_.. -. ...._-.ro-:; -- ;--.......... .--- .,... ', ..........a. .---.,...... .., ._ r .
.
\ 'to:: .0;:; : : p. m ..-' .f:",'." ', -''-r-' '"

I .
I ,.

I .
'



JflX





1 1I
,: C' VOL. 2, No. 33 2 November, 1944 ':.


\!' An Activity of the Naval Air Operational Training Command I


I\n jt U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA I




Ir, Eight Hundred Dollors Offered In War Bond Prizes


.

t i.: Annual- Community Chest Promoted Someone On Station Is -.



::' Drive On Station Under Going To Be Richer By I


$200 When Drive Ends \
f Direction Comdr. Marken .

Two $50 Bonds and Twenty of $25 DenominationWill
'
i" Concerted Effort Will Be Made To Surpass Sum

II Subscribed Here During Campaign Of Year Ago Go to Runners-Up in Campaign Underway

, Eight hundred dollars in War Bonds-and that's a lot of

C' Jacksonville Naval Air Station I War Bonds-was offered today by the Employees' Association -

munity opened its War annual Chest drive contributions for Com- History Of Short of the Air Station to the civilian personnel on the Station

this week under the direction of I who bring in the most recruits in the big campaign now under

',' Comdr. R. R. Marken senior chaplain Snorters RelatedBy way to get additional workers.
. who has been designated I The War bonds will be divided i
r Chairman of the Fund by Capt. W. R Into 23 separate prizes, according I
t; W. Smith station commandant. Man Who KnowsMost Swift Action By to Mr. W. O. Kincaid. president of

f: Goal of the drive, according to : the Employees' Association, and
c an announcement released last Lieutenant L. R. Swart, Personnel I
week by Capt. Smith, will be to persons in Naval aviation Boat Crew Helps Relations Officer, whose office 1s. : .
' equal or surpass the amount contributed today are somewhat familiar with conducting the campaign. There '
1' by service and civilian the Short Snorter Organization will be one top prize of a $200
personnel of the station last year and here on this Station is a man 3 Bolles CadetsQuick Bond; two prices of $50 Bonds, f
who has been a member of that and 20
when $12,402.43 found its way into prizes of $25 Bonds. The ,
association since 1929. He is E. D. winners
chest coffers. will be determined throughthe
action by members of the
Collection of funds from Naval Streeter supervising coordinatorof "Introduction Cards" now being
:
I Naval Air Station boat house crew
training, Inspection and Survey distributed to all workers .
: personnel, It was announc Hl, will Department. a saved three Bolles School cadets' by I
, be handled in each departmentby bit Streeter said from disaster late Saturday after- the supervisors.
Reminiscing
( officers designated' I by each that to belief Chief Nurse at the U. S. Naval noon, Oct. 21, on the St. John's Full details on the! rules and
I I department head. Civilian contributions "contrary popular Hospital, Jacksonville, and holder River. regulations of the contest will be
the Short Snorters did not
J will berec't"I'Ptl bycommittees origi- of a I'nit Citation from the announced next week In the> JaitAir
designated by Capt. nate during our present war but U. S. Naval Hospital, Pearl Harbor The small sail boat carrying the News, but meanwhile\ record I
had its in 1929 the three cadets noticed be in
at to
inception .. was is
Smith. T. H.li Winnie Gibson being kept of the employees -
In getting the station's drive for National Air Races in Cleveland has recently received the promotion distress about one hundred yards who tend In recruits. I

funds underway Chaplain Marken Ohio. to Lieut. (NC), USN southwest of the school's dock. Un- Any recruits reporting on or after -
revealed yesterday that the largest "At that time it was started Before being stationed on the i able to come to the aid of the last Friday, October 27, will
l percentage of each Community more or less as a Joke, but soon Florida base, Lieut. Gibson cadets as their power boat was out be Included in detennnlng the "
r-' War Chest dollar goes to organizations built itself up to quite an organ- served the Navy at Naval Hospitals of commission, school authorities winners.

I l serving members of the armed ization and became widespread In League Island, Pennsylvania telephoned the Officer of the Dayat As the announcement was being
with aid to allies throughout the field of aviation. New the air station.
forces our and Brooklyn, made today about the prizes, a
t second. The proportional break- Under the original setup anyone in York, then in the 5th Naval Dis- The boat house was immediately steady stream of new recruits was
down of each war chest dollar is aeronautics was eligible for mem trict, followed by another assignment notified, and William G. Wolf filing through the Employment Of-
t as follows: bership. Also it was not necessaryto at the Brooklyn :Naval BM2c, Petty Officer of the Watch, fice at the Main Gate. Men women -
I
Twenty cents to organizations fly any ocean to become a Hospital. Next she was stationed I ordered a high speed personnelboat and girls-some of them skilled,
[ serving the armed forces including member, as everyone seems to ( at Sick (Quarters, Marine to the rescue. In a few brief some of them experienced laborers, I
the merchant marine and American think now Barracks, Quantico, Virginia, minutes the rescue squad, com- others with no previous Job records
-: servicemen in enamy prison "I have one of the old dollar and from there moved to (T. S. posed of James M. Blackwelder, -were filing their applications, ac-

1 camps. bills myself which is in a lawyerfriend's Relief, San Pedro, California F2c; Walter Murawskl, Sic, and cepting the Jobs offered, and then
l Nineteen cents for aid to the war safe for safekeeping. My After service' at the Naval Hospital H. D. Hughes, Sic, had located scattering to all parts of the Sta-
l". of Allies Initiation was in 1929 at the Na- California
stricken people our Mare Island, tion to begin work.
the helpless craft which was be-
t Seventeen cents for care cf underprivileged tional Air Races, and I might add she was sent to Hawaii, for a
ing tossed about by the stiff wind An Increase In the number of
I children that I made a tidy sum initiating two-year tour of duty at the U.
and rough water which prevailedin recruits! that was noted last Saturday -
other members. This bill I have
; Thirteen cents to boys' and girls' S. Naval Hospital, Pearl Harbor.
the wake of the hurricane two as word of the campaign
r activities, such as the Boy Scouts contains such names as Sir Hubert From there she reported' to her Jacksonville became
earlier. spread over
and the Y.W.C.A. Wilkins Gen. James H. Doo- present station. days
Twelve cents for family v/elfare. little, Frank Hawks, Amelia Ear- The sail boat was taken in tow more pronounced on Monday.
Lieut. Gibson Is a Texan, a And this week
on following days
hart, Amy Mollison, and other and later tied in
-. Eight cents for health. graduate of Seaton Infirmary, was safely up the number of applicants continued -
The remainder of each dollar prominent aviation people. Austin, Texas, with post grad- the Bolles School anchorage. The to
goes for administration of the "The initiation is the same to- uate work In anaesthesia at the' three cadets, aside from a drench- grow.
chest and for fund campaigns.All day as it was then the only difference Post Graduate Hospital University Ing caused by spray, were none While the Employment Office
in all, 45 different service is that people out of aviation of Pennsylvania, Philadel- the worse for their experience.In increased its staff to handle the
and relief agencies receive their are permitted to join and phia, Pennsylvania a letter to Captain W. W. new recruits, and while the Jacksonville -

, funds from the Community War this is all wrong under the original __,__ Smith, Commandant of this Sta- newspapers and radio stations
Stl
-
% | carried far and wide theNavy's
. Chest plan. While overseas I saw USO tion, Lt. Col. E. S. Ligon declared
. By far the largest single recipient people and many others with Short that, "We wish to offer our sincere appeal for workers, the
t' is the USO. which is curt Snorter bills Jack TeagardenAnd I I thanks for the prompt and first steps were taken toward placIng
old timer in aviation will in the spotlight some of the
rently operating more than 3,000 "Any | efficient rescue work done by the
service units all over the world, verify my statements and I hope I personnel of your station at 5:45: personnel now employed. Photo
.. and which has 87 camp show that my remarks will clarify to Orchestra m. Oct. 21st." graphers, strolling at random
p. through the A & R shop, began ,
troupes now giving performances many what constitutes a Short '
"" "" '- '
I *_*1 taking pictures of some of the
in overseas combat areas, and U. Snorter. For the information of I
S. service hospitals and bases. anyone in aviation I shall be happyto Here TuesdayOne : GI Spends Million typical workers. These picturesand -
Other armed forces' service initiate all who contact me." others that will be taken later
agencies receiving funds are the ---.- For War Bonds -will be appearing in newspapers
of the biggest events
on
on posters in downtown windows,
Prisoners' the United
War Aid.
;' Seaman's Service and the local U. S. To Start Producing the new season's entertainment ,' CAMP STEWART, Ga. (CNSA ) and in other ways that will show
calendar is slated for Tuesday buck at the people of Jacksonville what
' Veterans' Information Center and 35-year-old private
1- Advisory Council. V-l Type Robot Bomb evening when the "King of the this post has purchased more than kind of people are employed, and
benefit- Blues Trombone," Jack Teagarden, $1,000,000 in what kind of work is being done
Other organizations WASHINGTON (CNS) The war bonds-including
; ting/ from the Community War War Department has contractedfor and his orchestra, featuring Sally $500,000 in a single week-a news Continued on Page Nine
National War Fund Lang, Frank Horrington, Norma the Oct. 16 Issue
Chest and the production of from 1000 to story published in -
Include 19 for the\ relief of peoples 2000 copies of the German V-I Teagarden, and the Jack Teagarden of "Shoot 'Em Down," post Soldiers In Miniature

of the United Nations andS robot bomb. Among 10 plants Trombone Choir, plays for a publication, declares. He is Pvt. NEW DELHI (CNS) The
22 local organizations. receiving experimental contracts is gala ship's dance at the Mainslde Fred II. Drucker, former custom- smallest GI in the CBI Is Pfc Melvin -
I
l In an official memorandum the Ford Motor Company, which auditorium. ers' man on the New York Stck D. Erenrich, airplane mechanic,
dated 26 October, Capt. Smith will manufacture the Jetpropulsion This popular band has played Exchange and an 8th Battalion who stands 4 feet 10 inches In his
Continued on Page Three engines. such famed night spots as the mail clerk. stockinged feet.

lack Of Understanding $It ." Reduced Rales.



Contributes To AWOL & Like Deeds On Motor Transport Buses To City I


; According To Survey Completed Here Became Effective Wednesday Nov. 1


: During the week of 16 October 'I 'I A I Effective yesterday Nov. 1, the ice personnel after 1 November will
man to fully understand the pro fare Motor Transit
21 October there a' one-way on
,
through was be redeemed at the Motor Transit
cedure for obtaining leave of absence -
buses for Civil Service
'' total of only 15 absent over leave, In of I Company Company's booth at the corner of
particularly cases well as for Naval
r and absent employees as
absent over liberty Main and Adams Streets by Walgreen's -
illness. "In
emergency or family Personnel between this Station and
I' without leave cases according to Drug Store, and bus ticketsat
several Instances. it was reported, Jacksonville was reduced from 15
r announcement in the Plan of
an I the Motor Transit Company
"it was found that unauthorized
to 10 cents.Passengers .
the but for the week cents "
Day Monday I absence was result of failure of office at 36 Riverside Avenue.
23 October through 28 Octoberthe riding to Jackson
the man to understand the proper No reduced fare round trip
total was 21 or an Increase of ville who may desire to transferto tickets will be sold between the
procedure for obtaining ""
nine over the previous week statements from conductors proper or bus ..... i'v .:. .' a bus going to some other pointin Station and Jacksonville since the
"Some divisions show an in- drivers where unauthorized absence Jacksonville will be charged one new rates went Into effect Wednes
"crease in the number of such cases was due to lateness of trainsor :}1:;' cent for a transfer. Passengerson day.The
and others a decrease" the PlanS buses or missed bus or train Motor Transit buses desiringto one-way fare on buses in the
of the Day said. "Still others which connections. In other cases, the JACK TEAGARDENMeadow transfer to a bus coming to the city will be reduced from eight
had no such cases the previous unauthorized absence appeared to Brook Country Club Chi- Naval Air Station must purchasea cents to five cents with a chargeof
week are indicated as having sev- result from failure of the man to cago's Blackhawk, New York's transfer for one cent and then one cent for a transfer. No
eral such cases in the succeedingweek. understand proper procedure for Hoseland Ballroom, as well as pay five cents more on the Air more tokens will be Bold, but they
." asking for an extension of leave or Atlantic City's Steel Pier Palisades Station bus. will be accepted by the bus com

t .. Investigation, according to the liberty where conditions of family Park, and Manhattan Beach. It has been announced that "Mo- pany In lieu of art cents shouldthe
Plan of the Day showed that some or personal illness or other emer- The orchestra has appeared In tor Transit Company tokens In passenger not care to take tM
t cases resulted from failure of a gency existed." Continued .a Page Three possession of Naval or Civil S.1','- trouble to redeem them. '









s ,

L '.. -__ __ ,.___. --,1- ---... ,
; __00_:. : ___r.: ,_ .:



J UTR L ILUILJF -1'L.----" i--- -' I -!--- -' ,, "- --- '-.--- ---' .-;-'-" -' 'IJ"'; ,-.
_--- .
'('>;1 :'r i3',



r Page Two .. : -JAX AIR NEWS 2 November. '-, -----T..




TELL US WHAT YOU THINK Meet The Champs ,

The Jax Air News is yoUrs .. -_ .. .....,....-_.'.
so. we want to know what you : .. .' "" ':t'fW"' "ifjff; : "
: "
think about it. We'll appreciateit Inspection O.K. r : '2' 'r: ;" .;
\-.
if you will check below the
types t>f material you read most But It CouldBe
x often, then tear out the box and Spo
mail or bring it to the Jax Air Better
Newt Room 221 Bldg. 954. In the

space for remarks you can reallylet Monday's Plan of the Day, commenting r
your hair down: Tell us any. upon the Saturday 20
thing you do or do not like about Oct. inspection, declared that, "In
the paper; make a suggestion general the appearance of the men
for its improvement; or even call was excellent although there are
us names if you wish. But let us still a number of men whose nec-
hear from you. You needn't sign kerchiefs are not properly pressed. % : :

your name. "While a majority of the hair- t .

Cartoons .................................-........... cuts were excellent, there are still :

Action Stories .................................... too many men who need haircuts
badly; Most divisions had
Human Interest ................................ good ,
shoe shines but
one or two were
Editorials I ........................?._._..?....... very deficient. It was also noted a .

Cheesecake ............................._....?..... that there were a good many uniforms j

Inquiring Reporter .........."............. and hats that were old and
improperly fitted. Division officers
Station News ......................."-.......... will
make a careful inspection of
ColumnsSports .........................._........-....... the men's dress uniforms and have ,.

.................................................. them outfit themselves with proper f : ,
,
Chaplain's Corner ........................:... uniforms."It +Yr. 4
also noted that
REMARKS ........................................ was some
officers were in need of haircutsand
-.............................................................. shoe shines." 'Sh' .

-................. ...,....................................... -- -- "4---
---'' -- +
':.
Officers SoughtBy
'
Decorated 04
Three
The above group of student pilots shown' leaving the flight line with their Instructor Major J, I".
Supply CorpsReservist McMahon. (third from right) recently turned In the tent recorded gunnery: wore at this Station All
For Bravery In I Marine, the students are left to right: 2nd Lt. \V. W Kramer 2nd Lt. It. V. Kee e. T/Sgt. C. King, ;nil

line officers interestedin J,t. R. .1. Able and 2nd Lt. J, A. Keenan They are attached to \Mr-4.:
-- ------- --
--- ------
applying for transfer to the

Pacific ActionsTwo I Supply Corps of the Naval Reserve Book Shelf Serves Big New Carriers
may do so, it was announced'
officers and a chief petty by BuPers Information Bulletin
_ officer of the Naval Auxiliary Air ...."Applications of officers between Double Purpose, OFFICER Have Famed NamesThe
Station Municipal Airport Number I the ages of 28 and 38 witha

1, have been awarded medals college' degree, or courses in Helps Red Cross"Join THE WEEK iI iI ii i names of two famous battles
the Pa ific business
achievements administration
for in plus prac- Coral Sea and Midway will,
combat zone. Navy officials announced tical experience, will be considered the Red Cross and read a be as namf'ot two
perpetuated
yesterday.Both ," the Bulletin said new book" is the slogan of the
I
> new 45.000-ton U, S. Navy air-
officers. Lt. George A. Mel- "Candidates should have had student officers wives ever since
raft carriers it has been
lard of Russell Kan., and Lt. Bernard successful experience in connection the Red Cross book shelf came into announced
by the Navy Department
F. 'Rude of Indianapolis. with the management of an being. i
Ind., were awarded the Air Mt'da1.1 organization in an executive capacity Started several months ago as a The two aircraft carriers'!, listedas
The chief, John A. Buechler Including the handling of means of supporting their surgical } OVB's will be the largest known
ACMM received the PresidentialUnit people and the planning of operations dressing room project the BookShelf I ships of their type In the world.
Citation for duty aboard the I Officers with backgroundsin has flourished like the green I They will serve as the base of
USS Enterprise one or more of the following are bay tree ever since All books I operations for planes larger than
Presentation of the decorations desired: procurement inventory have been donated by interested any which heretofore have, operated
was made by Comdr. Carl F. Nie-'I control, storage or movement of members and are rented out fora from the decks of aircraft
lrle, commanding officer of supplies and materials" nominal sum weekly to Red carriers
NAAS Municipal Number 1. Cross workers. After' a month or The Battle of the Coral Sea,
Lt. Mellard received his Air so the volume is donated to the I I which took place in May of 1942,
Medal for piloting a Liberator JapaneseAmericansHonored Hospital.The I effectively checked the Japanese in
bomber which made a daring night In Italy first month it came into being their advance, to the southward
attack on a Japanese convoy west the Book Shelf cleared enough I and marked the end of the period
of Truk resulting in severe damage ITALY (CNS)-More than 90 small change to purchase supplies during which the U S, Navy was
to a destroyer and a large per cent of the personnel of the for this group scissors, pins, 1 totally on the defensive
cargo vessel.Lt. Japanese-American 442d Regimental (charts and the inevitable corset r I The Battle
of Midway in June
i
Rude earned his medal as Combat Team have won I stays which are the trade mark of of 1912.
II was the first decisive defeat -
of Liberator engaged in a I
pilot a it
Combat Badges
Infantryman the Red Cross surgical dressing
suffered the Navy
I by Japanese
and I
combined bombing attack pho-
revealed here The -
was recently enlisted volunteer workers. I
in 250 years. It put an end
mission Wake
tographic against personnel of this team is Due to "orders" and other causes
to the
long: period of Japanese offensive
Island.-\3j- made up entirely of Americans of such as the help shortage the lJ action and restored the balance
Japanese ancestry' Red Cross here on the Station hasa of Naval
I / power in the Pacific.
Cited -
8 In RAF "floating membership" but last "4- ---- -
month's roll call listed 63 workers. I j
In Death Of Rommel Germans InterestedIn This month all hands are asked to I' Lieutenant Alfred R. Shriglt'y.1 I Eagles Eat Monkeys

LONDON ( CNS)-Eight RAF GI Politics turn out since the November quota D-V.G. ), t'SNR, Station Legal Officer On Islands
Typhoon pilots have received' official Just given is 10,000 of those two assumed active! duty on 13'' Philippine
credit for fatally wounding FRANCE ( CNS)-Captured by by twos which look so neat upon I July 1941 and has truly seen NAS By tampeepaper !'oU"lrr
Field Marshal Erwin Rommel Nazis and rescued by the FFI a the feat of an ambulance built for Jacksonville grow from a few scattered Here are some facts about the
famed German "Desert Fox" after GI told Americans upon his re. two Motor Corps girls, buildings to one of the three Philippine Islands :
bombing a farmhouse near Caen turn that German officers were -- i* I largest Naval Air Stations! in the There are so many islands in

lat July 7, The eight men reported more interested in his political Boy, Buy \\'ar Bond country, for it was to this base the group that they never even
at that time that they had views than in anything else. Or that he reported in '41 I had been counted until recently.The .
raked "an important looking staff "They all asked me how I was I Born in Boston Mass. 6 June final tally was 7.083. however -
cr" with 20-mm going to vote," he said. Bye, Bye Freedom" 1914 Lieut. Shrigley attended I
cannon .....,.. a.... ,,_____.._L. No-. only 2,441 of them have .
- -- - -------
ic : School: ,
eiuuriccnuujn; UE' names, and 462 1
only are a square
ham Mass'!.: Berkshire Hills
They're Learning To Take It Sheffield Mass; Jlarvard University School mile or more in area

...... ,,, .. Two of the Luzon and
islands
t.'"' ",.. .:N ( 1i .... (.};.;, .' ( .. .. where he received his A.B
... 'f Mindanao
/0 account for two-thirds
";', ,.: : f' : ... : :. \ Ati degreethe and Boston: University Harvard Law Law School School,. of the total area of the whole

,j> "'J7 ,,(.' ",' I:-'''')} ; from which he received his LL.B. roup. Manila, the capital, if on
r : '" ,' in 1940. Luzon; the only other cities of any

7 : :,' ::, He was admitted to the Massachusetts consequence are Zamboanga, Da-
f/ ... $-1< ,. '.. bar for the practice of vao. Cebu and Iloilo.
... ';''' law in 1940. A principal product of the islands
''Y' ... On 1 January 1942 Lieut Shrig is hemp, very strong and of
r .>> ley married' Miss Elizabeth R. exceptional quality. Three thousand -

{ Osborn of Hingham, Mass. and varieties of tree have been
: I I they have one child Joanne, who found In the Philippines about
L ? ? t will be a year old in November. 1000 of which have commercial .
I After receiving: his law degree value There are 900 varieties of
from Boston University Lieut. ortliU''. The islands also contain
Shrigley joined the law firm of I more than 400 edible plants ''in
: i Shrigley Eastman and Hull, of cae vcu get lost are forceddownor
which his father had been a mem the K-ratlons fall to arrive on

a... ber before his death. He was appointed I time) and 750 species of bird, including -
by the Republic c.f Mexico eagles that catch and eat
as the consul for Mexico in the monkeys
: New ..-- --
England (
states and in 1910 I *

Ta was also appointed consul for the ; GIs In Philippines
Republic of Panama for the New
; England states I Followed Magellan
r0 While at Harvard he received! I
ROTC training from 1932 to 1936 WASHINGTON iCNS-GIs. by
:: r SI and was commissioned an Ensign. driving Into the central Philippines -
'S f+ d S k After reporting for active duty at and landing on Leyte Island,
t'w 4 F NAS Jacksonville in July of '41. followed in the footsteps of Ma-
4 i he was promoted to Lieut 'jg i ) in gellan, who discovered Jhe !islands
c .i March 1912 and Lieutenant In June 40O years ago
i a : lr of '42. Suluan Island was the first land

+ + _____ 4e I I When he imported to NAS Jacksonville Magellan sighted in the Philippine -
he was the only officer in in 1521 and was the site of
I the Legal Department which had the Americans' initial landing too
v > +" .
I two enlisted men and_two civilians Wwi --

".' t ''{ At the present time the Legal Department NEW YORK ( CiVS) -New York .
has two officers in addi- housewives have been advised by
tion to Lieut. Shrigley, two civilian Mayor F. H. LaGuardia to follow I
More bad news for To jo! The above picture..hews recruits going through physical training e\ercires 'court reporters, and six enlisted their butchers Into the icebox when I
at the Recruit Center. It'* an excellent example of voting America In the full bloom of health Note* personnel
they the "If hedoesn't
the tent, determined look of the lad In the center. That' the type of fellow who'll go on and on and on Lieut- and Mrs' Shrigley and grind hamburger. .
let into his Icebox: ,
eleepite odds l to eventually conquer the sons of Tojo sad restore fwwe and tranqiiilHy fo Ibis world torn daughter: Joanne, E''Ii't"'!' on Pine- I the mayor added you "Just telephone
I
by war. wcod Road linteiville.| mf.I .',"
r .


I .

1


-



., : : ,;; : ;" ;:; ,,; --:-.._= ''''''r-' '_ r,. ,.". _._ __._," ; r

"
.
-: .' '
... : :...

\; ,

,' .. .' .' r,' 'tI)<.( l1

.... .
-- )

2 November, 1944 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three / .;1 1c.



. -Boat House Cops Placque rT Nearly 1,900 "A" Tuesday Speaker Sextet Decorated '



Books Are Issued x For Gallantry At ,r



By Ration BoardAlmost Green Cove Field t..



H 1,900 new "A" gasoline r During Navy Day ceremonies I

ration books have been issued to Friday at the Naval Auxiliary Air ,.

Station, Green Cove Springs, ,
T service and civilian personnel on xrT 1
the station sp far by the special Comdr. Frank T. Corbin, com- $

ration board which has been set manding officer, decorated five

up at BJdg. 1400,' it, was revealed combat fliers and one chief for
yesterday. their gallantry and resourcefulnessIn

action against the .
According to the schedule, the enemy.He
issuance the new basic ration presented the following

a ;., gas books will be completed on awards:

7 November but it is believed that The Distinguished Flying Cross .',

sa an additional day will be added in to Lts. (jg) Charles II. Ambellan, .

ordfr to accommodate those who Jesse R. Dodds, Nathaniel D. Du-

I were unable to obtain their ration berstein and Alden P. Morner.

books on the day provided. It is The Air Medal to Lt. (Jg)

estimated that more than 4,000 Charles E. Plummer, Jr.

f "A" books will have been issued A Letter of Commendation and

by the board prior to its termina ribbon to Frank W. Marsh, ACOM

J tion.The Wing Commander Christopher Lt. Ambellan hot down three

board was established as Currant who came to the United enemy planes In a furious engagement -
a convenience to motorists at-
after his division had
States from Normandy
tached or working at the air station straight encountered strong enemy for-
airfield r
where he commanded an
'.. through arrangements made headquarters for part of Air mations. With fearless disregardfor '
with the Duval County War Price his Impressed
own personal safety,
:Marshal Sir Arthur Coningham'eSecend
and Rationing Board and the Commandant through concentrated k
Tactical Air Force, addressed -
Captain W. W. Smith. As officers here at 1130 enemy fire to disrupt their for
the regular gas rationing board on afternoon. ( mations.
z. Tuesday
i the station was physically incapable Lt. Ambellan, 21 years old and '
Wing Commander Currant is a .
{ jP a of handling this additionalload a native of Buffalo, N. Y., Is a
veteran of the battle of Britain
this special board was created graduate of the Buffalo State "
with clerks drawn and has 14 enemy aircraft to his .
temporarily Teachers College. He taught fly .
credit. Seven of these he had
from clerical forces various departments ing prior to his enlistment in the t'
1910
t'st" shot down by September ,
aboard the station. W. Naval Reserve. He has four Zekes ,
when he was awarded the Distinguished
'
O. Kincaid, administrative assist that and one probable to his credit and
Crass At
Flying !
ant at the Commandant's office, participated in the battles of the ?
time he was a flight lieutenantand
has been placed in charge. was engaged In the fierce Gilberts, Marshalls, Carolines and I

Applicants are urged to check to defense of London. Within a Marianas.

see if they have their application month he added six more kills After seeing his section leader )

blanks properly filled out, their to the seven, and the bar to his crash while attacking enemy sea. .

r automobile registration card, their D...C. planes in a lagoon, and In spite of h

tire inspection record, and their old He won his D.S.O. in July 19&%, extremely adverse weather conditions
"A" book, prior to applying for he carried on the attack sin
;ji for his courage and brilliant
Chief Boatswain Gustav Nelson of the Boat House on this Station their new ration at the board. If leadership-qualities that were gle-handed, making repeated strafing

receives a placque from Captain, \V. Smith, Commandant, emblematic any of these items are missing, reflected hi the work done by runs and destroying two enemy .

of the fact that his "crew" copped honors in qualification the car owner will have to applyat the first squadron, then the aircraft.

swimming In the Commandant's Cup competition. A total of 2,775men the board in town, 802 Laura wing, that he commanded. Lt. Dodds, 26 years old and a '

took part in the competition. The event ran from June 1 to Street. Wing Commander Currant native of Antlers, Oklahoma, is a

Octover 1. Presentation of the placqu took place during inspection As Jeanne Wenzel, one of the spoke at the NATTC Center graduate of Boynton College. He

ceremonies last Saturday.Community clerks, so aptly put it yesterday, Auditorium strafed and destroyed a cargo ship

"This is the only office on the base -- and bombed land installations in

where no one says 'Come back and I the Marshal Islands. He also

War New Crew Is see us again soon'." holds the Air Medal and the

-': American Theater ribbon.Lt. .

Chest Drive Is Dubertsein was attacked bya
For
Sought Teagarden And superior number of enemy interceptors

To Start Here while in an aerial flight

Red Cross His Orchestra against the foe. Meeting their savage J

Continued Frem Page One and concentrated attacks, he I
employees' Hear Ye! Hear Ye! The survivors destroyed two hostile planes with
civilian
especially urged :
of the Here TuesdayContinued out .
loosened
lied from his
good ship being formation
to participate in the overall effort \
Cross located at .
Child Albe-
and
of the station to reach its goal.
From Page One
The agencies represented in the marle are out to recruit a new Twenty-tnree years old and a j

Community War Chest and Na- crew. All new hands will be Jacksonville, playing an engage native of Brooklyn, N. Y., he is a !

tional War Fund, he said "are administering piped aboard today (Thursday) ment at the Roosevelt Hotel. graduate of the University of Mis
between the hours of 0900 and QUESTIONSPLEASE sissippi. He participated in the
aid to civilians and While Jack's first love is the
service people alike in this community 1600. Come in cotton dresses blues, he and the band cut loose battles of the Gilberts. Marshalls,
and TURN TO PAGE 5
come ready to fold surgical
Carolines
Marianas and
and to other agencies devoted with "killer-diller" numbers now PhilippineSea.

to' the common war aim dressings.No and then, too. You may rememberhis FOR THE ANSWERS) He holds the Air Medal, the

Like aU essential parts of our effort experience is necessary.You aggregation in the Paramount QUESTIONS Asiatic and American Defense rib
will :
be shown all the tricksof
bons.
each one must be given abun- picture. "The Birth of the Blues,"
1. Name the
this country or coun-
worthwhile trade. '
very
Lt. (jg) Morner participated in
dant and
prompt support All enlisted mens' wives, sisters along with Bing Crosby and Mary tries in which the following moun- an attack against numerically I

Chairmen of the civilian Com- and sweethearts are welcome. Martin. tains are located: Pyrenees, Alpen- superior enemy interceptors. Dur- .
munity War Chest collection com-
This musician's musician has nines, Caucasus Appalachian. ing his meritorious performance he
mittees, as announced by the commandant honors in 2. What do you know about the
consistently won top two t
destroyed enemy aircraft and
areTheodore : I Relief for Italy, American Relief that ? Does the
such magazines as Down Beat and money you spend probably a third. Although wounded
for Norway, Belgian War Relic
Fritch for the Execu- denomination on the one dollar bill
Metronome, and he was selected by and
flying a badlydamagedplane
Society, British War Relief So- \,
tive Department Julius D. Quinn appear four, five, ten, or twenty-
the committee of music judges as he successfully returned to "
for the Assembly and Repair Department ciety, Friends of Luxembourg, the trombonist in the "AllAmerican five times? Does the motto "E his base.
Greek War
Evelyn T. Sullivan for Relief Association, Pluribus tlnum" on the one "
Band" in Esquire's "Jazz appear He is 25 years old a native of
Philippine War Relief Polish
War
the Aviation Training Depart- dollar bill as well as on coins? '.
Relief, Queen Wilhelmina Fund Book of 1944. Ironwood, Michigan, and a grad :
ment Hazel Adams for the Crew 3. Guayule is:
,
for The dance is scheduled to get uate of the University of Wisconsin.
Holland
Russian War Relief
Disbursing Office, John B. Inabi- (a) a shrub from which rub-
Refugee Relief Trustees, U. S. underway at 2030, and will wind- He participated in the battles
net for the Officers' ber be
Disbursing can gottenb
of the Gilberts Marshalls Mari-
at 2100.Contact. ,
Committee for the Care of Euro- up
Office, Edith H. Brooks for the ( ) the Mexican name for anas, Carolines and Bonin Islands.
Children United China Relief
pean -
Communications Department, Helen Christmasc
He holds the Purple Heart DFC,
I Stryon for the Inspection and United Lithuanian Relief, and ( ) a Jap naval based American Theater and Asiatic

Survey Department, Donald A. the Fund.United Yugoslavia Relief Chaplain To ( ) a South American delicacy. Theater medals.Lt. .

Woods for the Public Works De- 4. When explorers who came to
Plummer of
Local Get Suitable Rooms was one a four-
partment, John W. Carson for the groups sharing in the America after Columbus discovered plane division that attacked and
Personnel Relations Office, Marjorie Community War Chest money are I visits that this continent was not the
Men who are expecting scattered an enemy attack groupof
the Scouts
Boy Boys' Home Asso-
B. Allen for the Personnel rich India had been
: from their fiances and who desire they seekingbut approximately 20 planes. Dur-
Catholic
Office Vernon L. Gorsuch for the ciation, Charities, Chil- rather barrier to that fabul-
a
dren's Home select rooms in good environment, ing this section he definitely destroyed
Clara White
Society
Supply Department, Philip D. ous land, what did they look for
the
are requested to contact Chap- one enemy aircraft. He
Mission Council Social Agencies,
Myers for the Accounting Department then ?
Daniel Memorial Home, Elizabeth lain's office in person. Arrange- then joined up with nine other
and W. A. Dauphin for the 5. Scapa Flow is a large and ac-
Girl ments have been made to secure planes of the squadron and took .
Edgar Home, Scouts, Girls'
Division. tfve British Naval base. What
( Transportation
/ Counseling Service, Home for the reservations with a downtown part In an offensive against a second J
FuHds contributed by Naval which will vouch for such happened there in 1919 following( group of approximately 33
Aged, Hope Haven, Jewish Welfare agency t
World War I.
Air Station civilian and servicepersonnel I aircraft which had
Society, Legal Aid Association guests arriving to visit personnelat enemy ap
6. President Roosevelt has
will toward the serv-
go this station. proached dangerously close to the
Negro Welfare League, Old I
ed three terms in the White House
city of Jacksonville's general American surface craft. He and
-'
Folks' Home, St. Luke's Hospital : ;
goal of $16.5,000. of which well Can you name the men he defeatedin other planes of the squadron con-"
Salvation Army, Sunshine Day 1
. 1932, 1936, and 1940?
has been earmarked
over $100,000 tinued after the enemy destroyingin 4
Nursery, Travelers' Aid Society, Offer AssistanceOn
7. A is
compote :
for distribution among agencies all ten planes and damaging #
Visiting Nurse Association and the
serving personnel 1 of the Tax (a) a fertilizer made from seven others.
Y.W.C.A. Question '
armed forces. 0 decayed leavesb A native of San Diego, he entered ,J 1
The Jacksonville city campaign -'= "The NAOpTraCom Staff Legal ( ) a substance composed of the Naval service in May, .r

Assistance Office is equippedwith two or more elements in chemical 1942. He participated in Gilberts 1- J
Is currently in its third week, des now I
Dental Study Club for the combination.c Marshalls Solomons. New Guinea I
ignated Navy Week in honor of a library adequate '
federal income tax ( ) stewed or preserved fruit. Guam and Saipan battles. He hold
the Naval Air Station. Navy Week To Meet November 7 solution of most ]
opened last Monday night in the questions affecting service men," (dl) a draftsman's tool. the Air Medal and the Pacific

George Washington Hotel audi- Monthly meeting of the Dental it was announced last Saturdayby 8. Texas has an area of 265,396 Theater ribbon with six stars. ,

torium when Rear Admiral A. C. Officers' Dental Study Club will Commander C. E. Chilling- square miles. Then how many Chief Marsh was cited for the ,'.
miles of land surface is .
McFall addressed a large gather- be held on 7 November in Build worth, USNR, Staff Legal Assist- square the Earth on valuable work he had done in developing i,

ing. Music was furnished by a ing 601, corner of Saratoga and ance Officer 221.683.000.-10.446.000; 57,510.000; the use of the gun camerain

concert orchestra made up of mus- Jason Streets, at 1930. "In the event you have any spe- or the Pacific war zones, and in
9. knows that Hitler
icians from the Naval Air Tech- cial questions on this subject, you Everyone installing, loading and maintaining "
The will be presentedby In World War I.
program was a corporal
cameras, as well as in
nical Training Center Band. are invited to submit them to this recording
M. Jules King of St. Louis, What rank did Mussolini achievein
flight activities. His judgment and
Officials in charge of the Naval office by unofficial memoranda,
Mo., and Dr. John Clayton of the same war?
Air Station( drive have pointed out he declared. "An effort will be leadership in coordinating the
Kansas City, Mo. "It is the good 10. When and by whom was the
work
that contributions to the Com- made," said Comdr. Chilllnsworth. of the men of the unit and
fortune of Club have revolver invented?
the to
be deduct- Study the matrials at his disposal was
"unity War Chest can "to give all possible assistance. a
Mr. King and Dr. Clayton, who --iiI
-- -
from gross income for tax -%jti- """ continuous asset to his unit.
purposes. have kindly consented to make a Visits Station Twenty five years old and a native

United Nations' relief organiza- stop-over while cnroute to the A Mere Oversight Lieut. Comdr. Sibley L. White, of Hillsboro, Virginia he entered ,.

tions receiving their funds: from Florida State Dental meeting," STOCKTON FIELD, Cal. (CNS) former personnel officer of NAGS the Navy in February, 1941.

the Community War Chest are said Comdr. F. C. Snyder. -After serving 25>> years in the and now Commanding Officer of He has taken part in the Marshall

the American Field Service, AmerIcan Mr. King, who is an authorityon Army, M/Sgt. Joe Gaul discoveredthe NAS Hollister, Calif., is visiting and Gilbert Island raid and the .;i,

! Denmark Relief American dental economics will present, other day that according to friends at NAS Jacksonville and battles of the Coral Sea, Midway, I

Relief for Czechoslovakia American "Practice Management and PostWar his service record he has never nearby auxiliary stations while en- Guadalcanal, Munda, New Georgia

Relief fo,. France, American Problems." i completed basic training. joying a brief leave. and Bougainville M f.




I ,




..;....". :..... i .; .
......;. 2. .:.. .. .. ., ..... (... / _. ,... .:.. :. ; : '.-w: ... :
-:.... : ::: ..._ :. -- 0.-,'- ___ A ... )'1 --:-; J.j J : :::... tieu.rt.t'.l--,,, '.'" r )..



....
-- .-

.



...... Pace, Tour JAX AIR NEWS 2 November, 1944


The Wolf Jby Sansone 'Jj j
=- 5 ,
-f\W..Yt c .. .- L.-.lit c_- ? l 'J1
4'
un _1 //1 1I

Editorial Office"
Public Relation o like, Room Ztl 1 u orvdVieius JromStQtka\

Administration Annex, Bldg 934 ,j

Telephone. Extension 8542 G 7 G0
The JAX AIR NEWS U publls&ed weekly) at the U. S.
Naval Air Station Jacksonville) )Florida by the Public $
Relation. Office at no expense to the government Copies
are distributed tree of charge to enlisted and other Naval
Personnel at the Naval Air Station the Naval Air Technical yc 1 1t
's i The Infinite Knowledge And The
Training Center' the Headquarter of the Naval Air "
Operational Training Command. Naval Auxiliary Air Sta y
lion Green Cove Springs. Naval Auxiliary Air Station Of God
Cecil Field. Naval Air Gunners' School the U. S. Naval Infinite Power
Hospital, and Naval Auxiliary Air l Factllues. Hiyport.

Rear Admiral Andrew C. Mcfall. USN Lieutenant Joseph )[. Sullivan, ChC, l SNR ;
Chief of Naval Air Operational Training!
Divine Revelation and the Inspired expositions
of
Captain Walton W. Smith. USN
Commandant. it tell u. little concerning the nature of God w't.'ndthat

Jacksonville Naval Air Station he is Divine Spirit, a pure Spirit which cannotbe

Captain Joseph Commanding B. Lynch Officer, A-VG). USNR. seen by corporeal eyes, infinite In His nature,

Naval Air Technical Training Center eternal in His duration, endowed with the attributes

Captain John J. O'Malley (MC). USN. which must belong to an eternal Being illimitable -

U.Commanding S. Naval Hospital Officer 1 in His knowledge of whose power there is no meas- q

urement. Who finds the possibility of all things real 'J
Commander Commanding Edward EX Officer.Dole d:. USN. and actual, in the contemplation of the Divine Es.
lY sence by the Divine Intellect. It is
Naval Air Gunners' School t e l obvious that
such an infinite Being must be self-existent; if such
Commander Frank T Cortln, USN, 1--: <) He must be eternal, all knowing everywhere ,
Commanding Officer GI. pnp6'ent. \
Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Green Cove Spring I all-mighty, all creating, sovereign, SUpl'tmE'?
Whose Word has created all things, rules things
Commander Commanding MUhael P.Officer Bacdanovlch I it II I s / r ri guides all things to an end worthy of His wisdom,
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field rI and omnipotence. That not only what He has created
w I but the possibility of all things known only to Him
Commander Cut I K Nleberle.
Commanding Officer USN i Slop staring-W get me a l! must be found in His essentia as reflected bv His .j
Municipal Number One towel i boundless knowledge and irresistible Will. ,I

Col. Martin J. Kelleher USMC (Ret.) God being a person must be endowed with consciousness 1
--- -- -- ------ and
Commanding Officer. ---- self-knowledge must know the ex- .
Marine Barrack AMUSEMENT CALENDAR tent of His being. As he is infinite, He must be 1

XJeut CoL William\ T. Evans USMC (Ret). conscious of His Infinitude, and that there can be j
Commanding Officer no limits to His nature and attributes. As such He
Marine Aviation Detachment MAIN STATION must know, and He alone can know what He can 1
effect; but as He is infinite. He understands, It 7
a7te :JAX AIR NEWS receive. Camp Newspaper erlcemateriaL "
Today-"YOUNG IN
HEART. Paulette God Iar l. ((5)).
Republlcatlon of credited matter prohibited were absurd for any mortal being to undertake to
without ptrmlMlon of CNS. War Department 205 E. Friday"TIIAVS MV BABY"? Richard Ark n. A comic magazine: I describe or measure out all that He can do or ,
42nd St.. N. y. C publisher has not laughed In 30 year,. In an attempt to get him the limits if such there could be to Ills nature assign, nr j
out of his melancholia. hU daughter. Ellen Drev.. and Arlen hire |I the possible nature of His works. So far ate we
a lot of |performers to amuse him. I know, all His handiwork
consists of
two great <>i-
Why We Win Games-Wars I Saturday"THE SKY'S THE LIMIT" Fred A..t Jr. Army aviator ders of beings: one material, which we see about us j
Fred Astalr goes toew' York on l l.-uu' There he meet and fall. and to which we know that His power reaches, OJe
"(fell done" may truthfully be the state- for Joan Leslie. Dancing and innate U mixed "lth their romance. other is spiritual or angelic, which is the soul of ;,
ment in i Suiulaj"='\OS"; HUT THE LONELY 1IEAKT.:' Cary Grunt. When ,,
and
regard to the Naval Air Station's men the lofty intelligences that people heaven
I Grant a shiftless voting cockney who drift Idly and aimlosl.v and surround
Ills
gallant stand against a powerful North Carolina through life! )It'arnll'that his mother is ...IIUt'rlng'from cancer he throne. :
) Preflight football team here last Satur- forget their quarrels and his intention to leave home. He gets: I Who can' proclaim for us the hidden wisdom of all j

day afternoon. The final sore-14-13 in a good Job only' to find! his mother ha been jailed\ for accepting' about u* the secr'etsthe mysteries of electntitv, _.
btolen birth life death, and immortality the powers! in1 .
goals ((6) ;
favor of the visitors, did not truly represent i eluded in the universal .
Monday-"MASTER RACK: ," George CwulvtirlN. With Germany collapsing laws that dominate and ..n-
the strength of the two clubs on that particular a group of military officers meet In Berlin to sow seeds trol all things-the forces of centrifugal, centripetal
day. of hate and discord In the occupied areas so that In another generation i the bodies moving in elipses as if with life and
Without detracting one whit from the outstanding a rearmed Germany can again endmvor to enslave the world ;> animation a little flattened at the poles by w him h
Mu national record of N. C. Preflight Tuedaj-"STOHM! OVER LISBON: Richard Ark-n. A. l' S. correspondent || not arbitrary, nor do they owe their virtue to their
we think we can say without fear of contra- escapes from a Jap prison iaiiii| and hides In LKlx.ii. inherent power irrespective of the Lord which trdain..d -

diction that on Saturday 28 October NAS Before he can arrange for Upper" transportation to the :Mate. ht'l I| them and bade them accomplish His enbght-
Jacksonville was the best football team the l.. captured bj members of the Axis with the aid of a lonely dancer ene-d Will For they owe their virtue to the omnipotent
who IN also a secret agent. ((8)). Creator: Whose111 they do not simply because
score to the contrary notwithstanding. Wcdnesday-"SINGING IIEln.....,." Bob Crosby. A radio ..logincowbiy : g it is the law. but the law is the external expietsion
We could go into details of the game, but answers the summons of his "supposed father a sheriff, of the force which exists of necessity from the
that is not our task. who thinks he Is dying and needs the bo>.'.. help. The tov bf,>' finds ': Divine intellect contemplating the Divine entente m
Let us say that Lieut. Don Faurot and his himself mined with a gang of killers and decide to prove to his i which the ideals of possible and actual things are
coaching staff "supposed"" sister' that he Is a real guj by rounding up the outlaws. I leflected.I .
performed a remarkable job Neither a western nor a musical\ but u combination of both I I God as the Creator and Lord of all thing, and cf '
in having the boys ready for such an important burlesqued.) ((10). all substances spiritual and material and of other

: tilt. We didn't see the opening game of (!Figures:: .: in parentheses_ are play dates for student. officers'. auditorium.) I creatures if such there bt>. must know and comprehend -
the season against the University of Florida, to the full all that He has mad(f For )ifs

but it takes no expert gridiron critic to determine / intellect of all found in His essential the model or exemplar -
creation that His
that the improvement over the show- .iieIIY J. GOMMUNrJ'! '" pleased to create and endow sovereign with all that power it poe vvas

ing made in that contest must have been 100 n W tesses. To all creatures he assigned an end w o, thy
per cent. ?; \,;.. _-J........... ",0 of His intelligence and commensurate with the na
The coaches can't --::. ---s. ;; ; tuie and gifts which He vouchsafed to them To
do It all.] No matter how Him all ,
Every morning I do five minutes the horizontal creatures must return to find the purple
\ brilliant a grid mentor may be he cannot on bars, the chinning of their existence
: some will return to manifest His
bar, the hand-over-hand bars, the crawl under and the
zig-zag -
work miracles. Every member of the NAS love and to augument His glory: other, failing in
t that's the only way I can get to a cup of coffee at Ship's Service.
Jacksonville team deserves the fullest credit Post-War nylons will be greatly improved-that gives the gals a this will return to show forth His justice and sovereign -
for his willingness to practice, outside his better run for their money.I power. If they decline His glory and eternal
bliss,
they must
become
the victims of His
usual routine Navy duties, and make sacrifices mask.went to a Hallowe'en Dance and got every dance-till I took t)ff and endure eternal misery. Those beings jHStire more 1

that he may be a source of pride to the my The new city Bus rates will be educed to a nickel-that's a reasonable capable of knowing In the exercise of their intf III.
Station which he represents.One pi Ice for sartIlnt's.I gences their final destiny, tend to it by conducing

thing should be kept in mind-the The November new car quota will be 3600-but theie's one consolation instinct to the purpose of their of nature intelligent nature and by the very

. Cherry Point Marines are here Saturday and the shortage of automobiles has put a lot of .people on their agents of the higher of become rational the creatures instruments capableof and/

I the Devil Dogs are going to be gunning for feetIt's so cold in the banacks I could hear my teeth chattering in the of knowing God and seeking the honor and glory
the
I. the team that outplayed N. C. Preflight. NAS glass all night. Most High.

Jacksonville: cannot .rest_ on the_!laurels] gainedjasi I As God is the Creator of all spiiits, He know completely -
the
nature of
life. While cannot
D m ..D UDamII spirit we
aaa
weenena, ana jf they stiller a letdown

they may themselves be victims of an upset. I g Breezes a I Divine Services I comprehend not what it it except is but what in some it must imperfect be; not way matntal leaning -

We've seen a good number of major football B g or having parts outside of parts but one indivisi

; teams in action, but seldom if ever have g Salty Humor From a ProttfcUnt ble being present not In place but In space; not dif
g Chapel: Muttii Bead cc d fused as water in
I a vessel, but whole and complete:
:we seen two teams with such drive such BlrntiDKhain Avenue.
I g Here And There g : in all its nature as the sou.1 in the body; each (unc-a,
terrific tackling, such mighty blocking, as 0730Holy)8.1O-Recrult Communion Dl\lne tion of the soul answering to every faculty cf th_
' was evidenced by N. C. Preflight and NAS magaagCmgOm DaamDGam OP30-Tialnlng' Center enlce.Divine yervlce. body. The soul of man is Coda!! own spirit bieathrd
i Jackscnville last S&1tunlay.Vith it all it was Lengthy AbsenceIs 0930 Sunday School (small chapel). into him. The spiritual God, as God. exists from
clean but hard. I'I'I I your daddy home, eon? 1045 1545-Vesper-(;Jenerol Ben Dlvlno icf'. lien ke.I Himself, from his very nature, as existence(' is His
I No sir he hasn't been home very essence, He
Catholic Chapel: J1ulln Bead ...] must be in a sense that we cannot
In our humble opinion this gam was living since mother caught Santa Claus. Birmingham Avenue. conceive or at all understand infinite. We can imagine

proof of why our boys win battles on all I I kissing the maid 0700Mass.0530Mass.003o-rlalS.() no limits to His!! wisdom and power and other

of the seven seas. They hit hard, and if repulsed attributes than those which lie himself knows, and
they arise to strike a little harder. The Strange World COOO-Mass. as He Is infinite He can know of none such, nnd con-
l1( -Mam. iklering the Infinitude
of be
His there
nature can
,
combat spirit developed in American This la a funny world. 1700-Maw.
athletics no limit that can even most remotely be Imagined.
Its wondeis never cease; Christian Ktlrnre Set,leet Muilin
I of which football is an integral part, All 'civilized') nations tie at war. hoed aDd Illrminftk beau Who can tell) how many kinds of spirits may
cannot be obtained in any other way in a All savages at peace. 110O-fcmoii chapel. exist or be possible" to God ? Even from matter how

I "Democratic country, and the value of this tin Jewish Head anti Strtlre Birmingham: Small Chad Avenue) Mu). s- I Is many cast different into orders of existence flow ? The wed'
combat spirit cannot be overestimated in the Might, At That 1 '(JO-Sabbotn fceivlce (Friday). the earth warmed with the thick clot
of
(8)0- abbalh Service .Satuulny). earth warmed with the germinating heat ft the
! waging of successful! warfare. The girl who think no man Is 173O-Devotions (Tuesday) NAGS und sun. It becomes the vegetable and la swallowed and
good enough for her. may te right. Cecil Field. masticated
--- --- -- and becomes!' our blood nnd flesh and
Also, she be ,left. 171O-Dc\Ollon. (Thursday) Green
may I COle Sprlnu.i bone' and thus nourishes the brain, the motor of the
I -- i Latter Hay SuInU: PuiuH rhp, soul Thus matter becomes the support and nourishment -
I From Other Papers I II !Sate: Test of Miiktin and IlirmiiiRtiam.
, When the far stalls on a .I,.J9u!)1.11>-Mutual Meeting. The proposal to make "V-E Day" one of solemn moonlight night on a country Ko.ul" and Service Bh 1 : Small! rhapel Avrmir J <( I thankfulness and commemoration has been warmly road, If the sailor l 1.-,1" Into the 1POO -Sabbath Service, ( Friday. ). nourish it and prepare it for renewed fruitfulncfcs.
I. endorsed girl'ii: eyes, he's single; if he" gets ( 10 Sabbnth Service (Saturday). O Thou
, and naturally so, by Mayor LaGuaidia 1730=Devotions (Tuesday) NAGS eternal) One! whose presence bright
and spokesmen for the Catholic, Protestant and out and locks in the ga. lank, "cell Field.17.30Devotlnna, mill All pact doth occupy, all motion guide; .
Jewish faiths. Places of worship will be kept open heM married. (Thursday) Green CoveY
Spllntfl, Unchanged through time's
throughout the day, and in each according to its devastating flight;
, ritual, prayers will be offered in gratitude to God And How far 'u'frlly 1 Thou only God! There H no God beside!

and to the living and the dead who have by their Is it true that the wild beasts of "My i idea cf an uruUr&taruling BeIng above all beings! Mighty One!

f fcAciificee made the victory over nazism possible. the jungle will not harm you if you wife,'; observes Salty Sam, "is cnc Whom none can comprehend and none explore) ;
H may be that many citizens who do not ordinarily torch?
carry a who has poik chops ready when Who fill's existence with Thyself alone
go:: to church will wish to join with one group ef "It nil depends upon how fast you come borne from ; i j'
t00, worshippers or another on that day.-Pinfeather. you can carry it." trip." a, fishing! I Embracing all-, -suppoiting,-lullng o'er- ;
Being whom we call God and know"no more!






-...

n .'
--- ----- -- -- -



""
'''' -' 7 -lP" ," ..."'"
_. _...... _'. ., .. c ., ....



.


II

2 November, 1944 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five
I
..'


fl': Don't Let That Foliage Staff Of Mainside Dispensary



':; Fool You ; These Fellows a Ih,



0 Learn To Be Aircrewmen


Its nothing new to see the crew

: 1 of a submarine back from patrol

sporting: a mess of foliage along Old Salt s'

the jaw line that would put Grand tY

pappy to shame. But when all

members of an aircrew class takea Says A .
solemn oath to ..vt'a .4f
grow soupstrainers
t
A lot folks to think
which must shun the keen edgeof of fteenift f +
that when a man joins the Navyhe
a razor until graduation day,
and decide automatically change Into aacegoing'
to soak the owner of
wolf. Even the bill-
any cJean-shaven face during this
period to the tune of $5-that's board ad. helps to put over the
-- notion that every sailor chases
!
news. N C'r
It all started last week. W. W. every gal. j
Well, I've run across a few
Hughes. AMMSc of Pleasant Hill,
Missouri, popped up with this youngsters (some not *o young) !

bright Idea, and all the boys in air that acts like It's their duty to \

crew class 148 Mechs at VPB2/1 live up to that reputation. But
nodded their assent. the big majority of sailors has

Alan not changed much one way or
there walt one drawback.
Leonard the other Inside their bluett.
:
Martin AMM2c of
The feller that's born wolf
tackle, W. Va., a pinkcheekedyouth a __ ,'_. ... .... .. .
>
will And It ain'tfair > .L. M .. -. ;- '- .
of 21 years stood out In likely stay one. .a. :1 '_"" 'VTX* ; > '- ;, +_ q ',.u; ,C, aACCJM tai"'e .fIWit L i1J''w ;v:' .wh

Cth crowd like a wire thumb. for to makin'hold the him Navy that responsible Caring"for the minor ailments of almost 19,000 ing B. Tappen Lt. (jg) John F. Yeaukevltcn! Lt. -

U Martin, you see, had merely a way. patients a month is the Main Dispensary at the Noah C. Simon, Lt. Cmdr. Edward J. Ryan Lt.

Mach tlownllke fuzz which had Jacksonville Naval Air Station. Of a staff of 71 Cnidr. Benjamin F. Morton: Lt. Herschel B. Harris -

not yet made the acquaintance Here's QuestionsAnd officers under Captain };. K. Smith, 20 are medical Lt. Gilbert. Roberts Jr., Lt. Cmdr. Herman

of Gillette' torture tool. Should officers, 22 are dental officers, 9 are nurses, 10 are 11. Marks, Lt. Leonard F. Clner Lt. (jg) Joy W.

this perplexing problem be allowed hospital corps officers, :5 are A-VS) officers, andS Holm, En*. Glenna Sowers; third rank, Lt. (jg)

to foil these!' carefully laid Answers To ; are WAVE officers. Shown in the above photoare William Robinson Lt. (jg) Bernard C. Getty, Lt.

plans? The b03.ald, "Xo" No many of the present staff of officers.( Front (jg) Paul Klein Lt. (jg) :Martin C. Aron-on Lt.

obstacle. wax Insurmountable. Bond Program rank, left to right, Ens. Sybil Harding Ens. LoU (jg) James I{. Davis, Lt. Henry W. :Moore, Lt.

Head* were put together. Voices J. Kiiffen, Ens. Alice M. Miller, Ens. Bertha L. John A. Hoffa Lt. John Joseph Mla, Lt. James .

buzzed. And up came a decision Q. Has the War Bond program :Michaud ns. Rosemary :McCartney Ens. Margaret If. Beaton, Lt. (jg) James Watson'ood!*!" Jr., Lt.

Martin would be the lone exceptionand been a success? Rozuin, Lt. Cnidr. James D. McCue, Lt. (jg) Ann Hughes; fourth rank, Chief 1'hanu.

the project would proceed according A. Very much so. In May of Cnidr. Albert :M. Bains!" Lt. Cmdr. Edward L. Justin J. Petted, Lt.. (jg) Edward Thompson Lt.

to plan. 1943 there were only 41.000 allot- Thompson Comdr. Paul T. Goad, Cmdr. Richard Kdward: D. Llle, Lt. (jg) Karl M. Wilbur, Lt.

r As Hughes had conceived the ments in the entire Navy. In Sep- B. Phillips 1 | Capt. Eben E. Smith Cmdr. ThaddeusV. Arthur II. Smith, Kns.! David Damon, Lt. Staunton a

idea, he was chosen treasurer. If tember of 1914 this had increasedto Joseph, Lt. Cmdr. Alvle B. Harrison, Lt. Cmdr. R. Kubin.( Lt. Orville B. Hitchcock, n... WinstonII. .

there were to be any forfeits the 2,231,612 ( Navy, Marine Corps Thomas C. Kenaston, Lt. Cmdr. Curtis H. Carter, Lovell, Chief Pliarm. Herbert G. Grantham, .

money would be turned over to and Coast Guard) Ltjg( ) Helen C. Hanson, } II". Vena L. James; Lt. (jg) John M. Anderson, n", William D. Drink-

him. Disposition of the money was Q. How can an apprentice seaman second< rank, Lt. (jg) William Gambill, Lt. (j?) water I'harin. Wayne G. Aubrey, and Lt. (jg)

to be decided at a later date. afford $6.25 a month. James Adamwlcz. Lt. Francis 1''. Farver, Lt. Irv- Francis G. Dojle.
Now everything was in readiness -
---
"
-
---
A. The actual value of an AS'spay .
Iji a few days the fuzz began
is $1,700. taking into con-
to sprout and become notice over Quiz Contest Extension CourseIs
sideration food, housing clothing,
able. The mustaches began to take
shape. And Martin with just a free postage, free entertainment (QUESTIONS PRINTED ON

\ hint of envy .went about his business free medical care, and tax-free' Offered HereIn
items from Navy stores. Thisdoesn't PAGE 3))
with the only clean upper lip

in the bunch. those who take get into extra consideration allowances ..<", 'T. ANSWERS: response to the demand: of
Latest reports have it that the I 1. Pyiennees. Spain and "ranee;
etc., for dependents. The average service men and women of this
underbrush is getting thicker and Apennines Italy; Caucasus Rus-
thicker, but so far no one has cultivated income of a college graduate for I Is list of wed sia; Appalachian, United States. Station, the Extension Division of
The a
the first five years out of collegeis following 2. times. Yes. the University of Florida in Cooperation -
a handle-bar variety, nor I Twenty-five
dings performed at the Station with the Jacksonville
are there any of the French waxed only 1900. I 3 (a) is correct.
type. Could be the things might Q. Did not some people take a chapels: Tal- I 4. The Northwest Passage. Junior College is offering coursesin
Oct. 12: William Douglas
grow to such proportions as to Interfere cut in salary when they came into 5. Part of the German fleet interned International Relations and English -
bert and Norma Donovan; I
llegiiia
which will full
? college
the carry
Navy there was scuttled by the
with their
shooting eye ,
A. Yes. However the Honor Oct. 18: Carol William ;Marlow and credit at either of the state Institutions
German
t and instead they'd of be planes.shooting But down heck ducks, I able John L. Sullivan Assistant :\larR'ar..tIary: :Mclnerney; Oet.I, 6. Herbert crews.Hoover, Alfred Lan- the University of Florida

w of th% Treasury in : 21 : David James hteenson.ainl or the Florida State College for
i could"' go for some nice roast: duck, Secretary cilia Helen Goiulie Oct. 22: don, Wendell( Wlllkie.
;
couldn't you ? charge of the income tax division Currfl Or- { 7. (ICI) is correct. Women.Dr. .
has stated that the actual recordsof William Oteson" and June 8. 57510.000 square miles. Sydney Warren Ph.D., Columbia -
---- 1
i tax returns show that 98'a per luck; Conrad Joseph D'Agostiuo 9. The same as Hitler-corporal. University and member of 1

NEW FERRY cent of all military personnel are and Adell Agnes INagner. I 10. 1835 by Samuel Colt. the American Historical Association -
I' Oct. 24 : Earl Henry :Moorehouse!
-. than will teach the International
now making more money they ---- 3**-- course on -
t SCHEDULE did before the war. Many of the and Margaret: Anna Scliiltz; Oct. Relations. The class

L schedule.'be new personnel never earned anything : 26: Richard Kaat and Bernadine I' Men Are DesiredFor will meet Mondays and Wednesdays -
The
following ferry Eleanor Langdale Oct. 27: James
;
L'' because they came into the 6 o'clock, to 7:15: P. M.
came' effective Monday, 30 October I I Frederick and Kathryn Theresa ,
I Navy directly from school. Practically Miss Sigrid Moe. M.A.. Univer-
t according to an announcement 28 William Francis
Oct.
I :
Hogan; ;
all personnel were forgiven of Chicago will teach the
U-Boat sity
j, In the Plan of the Day. I I Ferris and :Marcella Rose Wheeler; 1 Duty
all of the 1912 and 1943 Income English course. A choice of poetry -
Bolles School schedule daily, including George J. Kusta and Mildred
tax after lecomputation The minimum fiction and drama will be
Sunday: Bartos. I Enlisted men in specified ratings
l
: saving due to the $1.500 ex- ottered.
,
t Leave NAS Leave Bolles who can meet the mental physical

I 0225 .................................... 0250 i Ui*Ion amounts to about $312. the ? and psychological requirements for I'' Those interested. in either course
This $26 month is more than misplaced by owner will meet November 6 at
; I 0545 .................................... 0610 per month. A. The Treasury will Issue re- submarine duty may now volunteer Monday ,
to buy a bond a 6:30 -P. M., at the Jacksonville
enough I
I 0615 .................................... 0710 bonds to ap- for transfer to the Submarine :
upon
Q. Who besides the owner can placement you Junior College. 704 Riverside, for
j ,1 2\\) ..................._............. 1545 In which you give the School New London Conn., for : ...
safe plication
withdraw bonds held in keeping call 7-7136.
1655 .................................... 1715 by the Navy serial I numbers denominations, initial( training and further as- registration-or

1830 .................................... 1920 A. Where the Grantor makes I dates of Issue and name of co- signment to the fleet, accordingto

Jacksonville (daily except Sun- specific request bearing his signature owner.Q. the October issue of BuPers Commercial Bulletin

day) : I to the Field Branch, War I You haven't kept such a rec- Information Bulletin. KOK SAl.K '"

Leave NAS Leave Jax Bond Division Bureau of Suppliesand ord ? "As provided by BuPers Circ. One camera, Kodak 616.' On radi6. g(

0545 ...........?....................... 06.5 Accounts. Navy Department'l I A. An excellent reason why you I Ltr. 253-14 (N.D.B., 15 Sept. 1944. Street.battery Dewey and electric Park or call.JTJ7-A Lenham Taylor at
desired'
1700 .................................... 1750 Cleveland. Ohio to should buy your bonds under the 44-1060)) applications are NATTC Athletic Office

1800 .v.............................? 1850 bonds to the co-owner this will be Navy allotment plan-because the only from enlisted men in the following FOR SALE

2300 .......... ........................ 2400 done.Q. I Navy then keeps a record perma- ratings : TNt, TME. QM J.Electric Held. Ext.refrigerator 67"l.' Bld Saturday 1830. Suppose bonds are lost or nently and safely for you. ., SM. FC, FCS. S, EM. RM, RT FOR PALM:
,, tnMAf P. Y. Phlvf (except Hollywood bed : Innersprings and box
------- "
j PhMSO I SC Bkr -StM," it was l I springs e.war: : chest of drawers anti
,
No It's Not The House Of David vanity with bench; 1940 Dodge motor:
I stated. I other household good 4U Tlniu-
j "Machinist's( mates are also quana Road; phone, 2-<*}MO.FOK .
\ "- and should state SAl.K:
needed requests ;
l 14 ft Thompson runabout with 22 1-2
I any previous experience with In tip. Johnson motor Will do 37 miles IKThoui
: I h ternal-combustion engines as well '. Complete with trailer tool kit.grease
II. I gun, boat paddle, two propellers,
have rate
as whether men care to
and boat cover, Boat and motor In per
changed to motor machinist's mate feet condition. Peterson 4t>M Hercules

I. when qualified. NO chief petty officer I, Avenue Muirav Hill SU.I'> smtlon.KOK .

volunteer In any of these ratings I Complete furnishings for one bedroom
is desired unless he has had home Includes 7-lufx Phll(>
radio sofa bed coffee table bookstand I
previous submarine duty. ...
end table platform rocker .C.I.
------
?
atonal rocker, occasional chair double
,I bed spring and mattress chest otdraweis I
GI Bill Of Rights vanltv bench. baby walker ,
baby crib metal day bed with mattress
and cover night stand 3 scatter rugs! !
., : Aids Sailor In Appeal 7 pr. curtains. dinette table and .
benches dishes> and cooking ulenbiUSuciIflce .
, .' t t NEW YORK ( CNS )--A veteran : for f.25000 c.1.in. 31-W-il Barr I
! of American participation In two Avenue, Dewey Park !i
I Ii KOK SlIK :
1 1'i world wars using an avenue of Pre-war blonde nuhoiiuny arm chair>> I
appeal provided by the GI Bill of i style Emerson combination ph<>n xraih. {
Rights has won his fight to havea I radio. Used very little Phonograph ..
J : changes 12: lecords Reasonable oll.h
dishonorable discharge from the price' See Crews. 1112 A. Child >tNAS. .. r
Navy changed to honorable.He i
is Ryland B. Compton 45 LOST:
Two pictures >Ue 6"xS" (approximate (
1 former chief electrician's mate ). each In green (.'1..1'. They
/ who was dismissed as a "shh ker" were the picture ot a sailor and a !

Oscar mustache cup." That's the cry of aircrew class! 148 lt"'haU. of l'whom hlVral..d May 12. He had been refused reemployment I marine both were taken alike together Lost between The picture Main ..
"Quldc, my '
mustaches to be worn until graduation! day Oops, pardon us, all except Leonard :Martin, AMM'ic.who : : ,i at his old job with a Gate and Barracks l iii) James V. Gore ;
:M T. Sgt VMKI. OTU Box *, NAS
public utility corporation as a result -
has yet to experience the delightful ( ?) feeling of a nicked and burning/ face after a //ood scrapingby Jacksonville. ,

How :Martin, center, front row. was able to worm his way Into this he-man outfit we'll never WANTM : 1
know.a rl\tor.In the class\ are, left to rl. ht. front row \\'. :M. Tomme, AMM'Je.: Dallas, Tev.V.; K. Jolinsou, Compton who holds the Purple Transportation! I t>> an.l/or from New .
York State November. Will
AMM3c, I>el Itlo. Texas.; }:. J. Salalllon111:1: |: <', Mass.; II. It. Krney, AMM'ic: Ta.; Martin; ('. K. .Iluffstutler FMart for service In the First drive and pay during gas. Contact If'

AMM'io.: : Ilerrin, III.; M. Y. Hanson, A.MM'ic.: : Oklahoma City, Okla. ; K. O. McClammv! AMMSc: World War enlisted In the Navyin E\t 754 or '-vM. Eggert.'I-.:,>

Iteer Lodge, Mont.; "'. I*. Oros, AMMtr: LabaJlevllle, La. ; middle row, J. K. Perkins, AMM2c: Dallas, September 192. Because he -r ,
l'It'llhant Hill [M). J. C. "didn't hit It ot'with' his com- able to take. '
Worth 1.W.. W. Hughes AMM.'lo: : ;
AMMJc: 1't. ;
Cornelius
,
Te< L. K.:
Sohweer; AMMlc: : Berwyn, III.; It. K.': I'igifott, AMM'Jc.: Vernon, TeK.:. O. Williams I Jr., AMMSo.Jacksonville : [ manding officer his attorney con- :' His appeal Is: believed' to be the ,

', Ma., ; I{. W. Lee, AMM'Jc, Geneva, WI..('.; O. I>. Joynt, AMMSe, lUstliigt, Nebr.; W. S. tcrded, he was :'put through the first under a provision of the GC J f
lianas Te\a C. L. Williams, Jr., mill," forced to on 15-mile ; Rill of Rights giving a serviceman. l'I '
Ke 1 AMMSe, TiHunsa.: Calif.; J. I>. Allen, AMMIc.[ Dallas, Tee; ('. C:. Howies, AMtHSc. Norman. Okla.; C. hikes< and, subjected to unnecas- I 15 years to content a dLsloaorablodischargs )' 1

I Thatcher, AMMlc: : Justin, Tex., and J. Weiilg. AMMSc, Washing ton, U. C. l6uy discipline which he wasn't .
; iiw


;







._ __. : ;...........--" c. ,,':: ... ) .:.. --........... .: ...... 'IfiU. ." -,
::::



.. "'. _. ,.- m>,I1.:' {, ..... ...
'
"' \.If. ". ,
.
: .
; '". I : ,


'

xl

2 November 1944.Ii
J. "Page 'Six JAX AIR NEWS ,





, Cherry Point Marines Invade Station Saturday



":!!. ItI
..... ..... U61- ""
I
. ,
I- TH..E PAYOFF !


,, : '7;' ','':

.,




1 ), : ,


}





, I By Bernard Kahn, Y3c

, Every time two teeth-jarring football teams take the field

(J v there's a double-header-the game the fans see from the

stands and the game the grid-wise coach sees from the bench.

There is a school of thought that the sports writers and

officials see a third game, but this view is not universally

accepted as many contend they cannot see.

This department saw Saturday's Ii)

rousing pageant of violence and .
ekill at Mason Field and all thatit Tough Customer '&>, .-l .> .:' .,.****(**:.c 'Tt 1L"' l'LJ' :! -- (I
knows about the whole thing is t this dramatic picture of the fatal play.It .
14-7 In caught
I Lt. Nortfl Trailing North Carolina Preflight by
Ray (Baby) Bray
what knows. To wit,
everybody I football the fighting "shows the Preflight ends (No. 77 Schumacherand
Carolina Saturday's thrilling game
I Is
Preflight guard, a
that the unheralded, unsung and tough customer.The Filers rammed over a touchdown In the fourth No. 93 Harding) making a desperate effortto
underdog Station Fliers outplayed terrific when Edo rush the kicker and It shows Vannl'n placementball <<
The was
football star went Into quarter. pressure
undefeated North Carolina Pre- in the to try ( in circle) start It* disastrous fIIR'hthlC'h
the Station Uniform Shop Sat- Vanni, Flier substitute, came game ,
flight and piled up 15 first downsto It wide of th .roal pot. light
urday to buy a suit of aviation for the all important extra point. :Navy Photographer carried << won,
Fliers
nine that the fighting
; greens. lie tried on a size 44, Eddie Knight, from the west sideline 11-13.. _
terri I
kept the leather in enemy --- -
but It fit as tight as a straight- ,':1'.
most of the afternoon and '';
tory '
Jacket. A 46 was no better. Letchas To Captain
winked at the Preflight goallinea Then the Shop manager smiled
half dozen times, only to have
and proudly hauled out a tent 'S.c -
the fickle jade elude 'em on four sized 48. But the 'Il", 240- Fliers Faust Out
flirtations that
of these scoring ; pound former Chicago Bedr ace ;
recovered Flier fumbles -
Preflight two had to go bark to Chapel Hill
J* within five minutes and con- without greens because a 48, x 1 M d \With Bum AnkleStation
in
verted them into touchdowns the biggest thing In the house,
lightning succession; and that forM was too small.Beckon .
of the 60 minutes, in the tech- football forces train

nical parlance of Joe Doakes, the their sights on the Cherry
Fliers kicked the everlasting by- I Basketball
Point, N. C., Marines Saturday -
jeepers out of the Cloudbusters,
with the intent
14 to 13. neighborly -
yet lost by

The payoff, of course, was that Players To First R of gunners leveling 16-

Buell St. John of the Cloudbusters, ,' .', inch cannon. The game startsat
?a decorated combat veteran with dew iA4"'s ,5 7A Mr i.rye.b. 1530 on Mason Field.

Carlson's Raiders, placekicked both Tryouts FridayCoach Gus Letchaa (:No. 18)), the Fliers' flying Georgian, broke loose for Stung by last week's 14-13 set
extra points true while the Fliers 40 yards on a beautiful punt return that brought the ball all the way back by North Carolina Preflight
confound it, missed one of theirs. Sax Elliot will greet can- from the Station's SO ;yard line to North Carolina Preflight's 30, buta after outplaying the unbeaten

That, in a nutshell, was whatwe didates for the AU-Station basketball clipping penalty nullified the gain. Lctehas U shown racing upfieM Cloudbusters all the way, the fighting -

saw Saturday, but what about team tomorrow (Friday, 3 on the play.Fliers. Fliers will go all out for victory -
the coach on the Fliers' bench- November) at 1530 In the Main- against Coach Maurice 'Clip

i- Lieut. Don Faurot, one of the side Auditorium. : Outplay Preflight per) Smith's Flying Leatherneck

,', smartest gents in the football in- All cagers have been extendedan Gus Lett-has, left halfback of
S dustry, a fellow who coached the invitation to report for tomor- Thoiuaxvllle, Ga., will serve a*
University of :Missouri to three row's tryouts: at which time Coach game captain for the Filer!

conference titles and into both the Elliot hopes to get a line on his But Lose A HeartbreakerNorth Despite two defeats this season,
Sugar Bowl and the Orange Bowl 1944-45 talent. observers cling to a conviction that

::1 : New Year's Day classics, and who, The Station courtmen will playa Carolina Preflight's the destructive force latent in the

I I. as head coach of the Fliers, labored full scaled schedule this season, Cloudbusters are still undefeatedand in the manufacture, of that score Station squad must burst its bonds!
1 so painstakingly to prime the Sta- including games with standout collegiate ranked among the country's was jammed all the hysteria" all sooner or later. As a result, the
tion grldders for an upset over and service outfits in the 10 top outfits, but you will never the thrills and fears by which Fliers will be slight favorites.

NC Preflight? Southeast sector. be able to convince the enthusiastic. football has become great. However, it is unlikely that the

"I thought our kids, with no Coach Elliot a former star at 7,500 fans who saw last Saturday's Every man was a star Saturday, Fliers will be able to show the
more experience than they had the University of Southern Cal dazzling football game at Mason but none shone brighter than Cherry Point Leathernecks anything -
gave a fine account of themselves tutored the undefeated St. Field that the strongest team won. Johnny Donaldson (S2ci I, a swift that they have not seen

In spirit and aggressiveness Mary's (Calif.) Preflight team For Coach Don Faurot's fighting and shifty 18-year-old Jesup, Ga, For the Marines have played a suicide .
," Faurot said, neighing his last season. Fliers outplayed, powered, out- high school halfback who performed schedule, losing to such national -

words a.utlously."e made too In addition to the Flier "varsity" passed, outran and, alas, outfum- brilliantly for the Fliers powerhouses as Third Air

.'many mistakes to beat. a Preflight this season, Coach Elliot of bled the Preflight Cloudbusters, Sharing the Station spotlight with Force, Camp Peary Va., Univer-
I club that ranks ninth In the Physical Training: Depart- only to lose a heartbreaking 14 to Donaldson were Bill Leckonby, a sity of North Carolina, Georgia
the although I felt that 13 decision.
nation
i ment is setting up plans for six Preflight and North Carolina Preflight -
earned tie with them. As Assistant Coach Jim Tat-
: we a
( by 27-14).
Station leagues. Plans call for Killinger Says"It
"I that rather inex- um said, "they didn't stop us, Last Point
I thought our two officers and four enlisted cir- Saturday Cherry
perienced line played a great game cuits with play starting in Decem- we stopped ourselves. was a hard fought game bounced back like a rubber check
against them both on offense and ber. Fumblitis, a dread grid disease with Jacksonville showing plenty and battered the Camp Lee Travelers.
defense. Bill Kirkpatrick (Flier ": struck the Station in the second power. The Filers are going to 70.
!. quarter. Twice the Fliers fumbled give a lot of teams trouble,"
o
guard, of Falkville, Ala., high Spearheading the Marines' attack -
and twice alert] Cloudbusters said Lt. Comdr. Glenn
school) played against Ray Bray, i Tigers And B.C. Klllinger, I is Hugo Marcolini, explosive
recovered the ball near the Station Preflight head coach, after Saturday's -
one of the best football linesmen '' 200-pound fullback from St. Bona-
developed in professional or goal to set the stage for touch- gamecrafty 'I' venture College. Others on the
ever To
Play FridayAt down thrusts. Buell St. John (for-
college football and he did a fine Cherry Point squad include John-
mer University of Alabaman),
ti'{ Job of playing even with him. for professional who runs witha ny August and Kenny Reese,
I 1 "Had George Faust been able Mason Field placekick specialist Preflight, deceiving change of peace; Gus former Alabama backfield aces;
kicked both extra to
points -
I', to play all the game it might have what turned out to be provide the I Letchas, a flashy break-away run- Don Hansen Rollins speedster;
hurt Bethune Cookman ner; Faust, who was a stonewall Tom tackle Al
been different He was on College of winning margin. Richter Michigan ;
the third play of the game and' Daytona Beach and the Station The rousing battle reached a backing up the line and whose Sollay, LSU end; Lafayette King,
had to be taken out early In the Tigers collide in an all-colored dramatic climax in the fourth last presence half was badly missed in the University of Georgia end; Lee
and
the entire forward
football attraction tomorrow (Fri- Davis Penn State Tom
second quarter. quarter when the Fliers, trailingby center;
1 "But our kids did fine. They day, 3 November at Mason Field. 14-7 punched across a touch- wall.The Cloudbusters winners Dowling, Santa Clara guard; Bob
.k stayed In there all the way The kickoff is set for 1400. down after staging an irresistable Cherry Point Duke over Bauman, New York Giants! pro "
Navy, and
,t through even when they were The Tigers and the Bethune 34-yard drive through the Pre- back, and many other
Georgia
Preflight, countered with experienced
behind and battled It out with Cookman Wildcats fought to a flight line. Fullback George Otto Graham collegians. .
and Jitterbug Bob
good spirit and enough guts to 6-6 tie last week in Daytona and Faust added the point after touchdown Kellogg. Kellogg former Tulaneace The Fliers will be minus the

score again and get a tie, If wet Coach Irving Kier's Station out- for the Fliers in the first playing his first this services of George Faust veteran
had made the extra point. To do fit Is going to try to break the quarter when they scored, but he game fullback star, who suffered a badly -
II that against the ninth ranking deadlock here Friday.In was injured and out of action. The Continued On Page Seven twisted ankle last Saturday.

I club In- the country Is no small the 6-6 battle, Bethune stands hushed as Edo Vanni, substitute ":!. Francis Mattingly, a bull-fiddle
Job, and the boys deserve credit. scored In the first quarter whena I back, jogged out on the built Marine fighter pilot, a Pacific

"Our squad showed a lot of Im- Tiger pass from center rolled gridiron to try for the placementthat Lt. Joe Hunt Is combat veteran, will start at full
provement over the Florida opener. into the end zone and was re- would tie the score. The pass back. Mattingly played for Texas
covered by a Wildcat player The from center was good the kick AkI: ,
If our
we can patch up pass Newcomer
defense and cure our fumbling Station Tigers bounced back and sailed high-and far to the right of Here Coach Don Faurot made two

we'll be much better ball club" staged a long drive with Halfback the goalposts! other changes In the Flier starting
a
I Sconner racing 30 yards Cloudbusters 14, Fliers 13. Lt. Joe Hunt, of Annapolis, for- lineup, opening with Letchaa at
Faurot
explained.the Fliers did fum- for the touchdown.The This was the final result but mer national singles champion, is left halfback and Wade Walkerat
I Admittedly Tigers had a big edge in the second Internationally known left tackle.
ble once too often but, at that, statistics, gaining 16 first downsto 'Flar-A-Way' Bowling tennis star to report aboard the Cherry' F.Ut J fk>...Ylll.
i they performed admirably for an four for the Wildcats. Station recently. King. 190 LB Bishop 174
outfit that had only two gaJues Hardy 205 L.TCroiuhore Walter 200
under its belt. Handling that ball Event Opens SaturdayThe Lt. Hunt joints Lt. (Jg) Ted 180! LG Hanzel, 193 198

in the intricate T formation with- Station bowling season of- Schroeder, another former U. S. Vrimkn Davis ,185 194 ROKT C Kirkpatrick tklund., 2)0

out plenty of game experience is Zone Service Seats ficially opens Saturday at the singles titleholder, who came Richter. 195 Janusas, 202
without Mainside alleys when keglers aboard last month. Sollay 179 RE Lester, 1P8
red hot rivet
like grabbing a Clavln 185 iB Leckonby, 182
asbestos gloves. At Municipal FieldThe launch the annual "FlayAWay"tourney Both racquet stars are topnotchers Haliall 188 LIfO Leteha, 165
Coach Faurot did not attemptto in the tennis world, ranking Reese 165 RUB Ponaldson, 173MarcoUnl.

detract from North Carolina north stands at the Jacksonville Rules for the "Flar-A-Way" are high amongst doubles players as Officials. : 198 Referee FD Jack Haltingly Dunlap,umpIre 205
Preflight's greatness. Municipal Football Stadium posted in the lobby of the alleys, well as in singles VV. D. Uarfleld; field judge Joe,a
Asked to single out the deciding have been reserved for and the competition is open to all Hunt captured the national singles Dalton; head linesman, Archie Carter,.
I ..... -
play of the game, Faurot pondered students, according to an an- personnel.It crown in 1913 while Schroederwore
I briefly, then answered: nouncement made by the City I was announced that WAVE it in 1912. Hunt defeated Weiner To Flight Training
"'YVe bad them beat 7-0 In the Recreation Department. leagues will function on Wednesday -, Jack Kramer in the 19-13 finals Sailor "Buddy" Weiner of A &

first quarter. Then we let Otto Service personnel will be confined and Thursday nights and that while Schroeder trimmed Frankie R, first baseman for the Station
Graham go back to pass and we to seats on the .south side for the first time the feminine Parker in the '42 finals. Fliers baseball team this past sea-

had every one of their men covered I of the field at future high school pinsters will become members of Hunt and Schroeder, oddly son, has left for preflight trainingat
hey should have! lost five I games, it was declared. the Women's International Bowl- enough, have never met in compe. Murray State Teachers College,
Continued On I'age SevenS Ing Congress. tition. Ky.









.....n.-J -. ..... _...............b-; .I" .-,. -6. --.-'-'--- "'" ,..;-
---- ---
.. ...



:-- -: "OJ-" .... ..... . .
.
-, ,"'",\ :;J: -. ; _'W' ,.t ''''i/t., / .. ,. v ?*/!,'1'f: ; Wfi, 'J",':''Q''f'. -"...---- .... ) '._ _, ,.,,-_ ,---:..-.
; :
: .
't: : !: : ...."' : ,.:, : ." "



.'1 I


-,5j 2 November 1944 i
I
JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven:



[ A & R and T4 Lead Fliers, Lose a Shortly druggists thereafter scales. Preflight capitalized '- The RunwayContinued Naval Aviation's ,:\\1

on another Flier fumble From Pge Six s

Touch Grid Races Bill Harding, Cloudbuster end, recovered yards on that play, but darn if
HeartbreakerBy.14 it on the Station's 19. Graham didn't turn It Into a Role In War Has .F

y, Kellogg snaked to the six. Here touchdown by running to our !
(, Unbeaten A & R retained its two line cracks failed to budge the one-foot line. .

lead in the National League, but to 13 Fliers an inch. Then Graham "The one thing about Preflight Hit Fast Tempo
Boathouse from
1 slipped the of
top pitched one into the end zone and is that they are opportunists who

the American League and VF4 Continued From Page Six Koslowski, former Holy Cross ace, can take advantage of any break I Actually the role of Naval Aviation j

went to the head of the class"this season upon recovery from a broken caught it on the run. St. John because of Graham. lIe's a great has expanded steadily as the .:
week In the Station touch
football leg, runs violently and with his cooly placeklcked the precious ex- player under pressure. Bobby Kel- tempo of the war in the Pacific

races. high-stepping feet shifting direc- tra point. logg turned in a fine game for increased to the crescendo of recent ,:j
The in
highlights the A.
L. Included
: tion with almost every step. Just before halftime, the Fliers Preflight, too." offensive operations in the

Graham, great Northwestern had a drive nipped in the bud onPreflight's Graham All-America back at Marshall Islands-and more re- "
1. Seaman Guard
pasted Boathouse
28 when Graham inter- cently in the Marianas.
All-America passing star last Northwestern last season, is not a
30-0, with Warwick, Sharp, from Kittrell.In Into these newest assaults
cepted a was
pass spectacular type of player but he
year, completed only five out of
Parsons, Rogers, Atkinson and Poe
the third thrown the greatest concentration
13 pitches but one was a sh'ardfiCoring quarter the Fliers has savvy to spare.It -
scoring. The Guards also trimmed shot. the pushed Preflight all over the lot, is one thing to reason with of carrier strength in history

h T4, 12 to 6, as Ray tallied twiceon famed aerial ace Although was grounded, in fact, everywhere except across clarity and great calm when the aided by Navy, Marine and Army ..

passes from Lloyd. he was all over the premised on the goal. Led by Leckonby, who scruff of your pants covers a seat "land based" planes and a surface

2. The Hospital sank the Boathouse defense, tackling and Interrupting pierced the Cloudbuster line repeatedly in the stands. It is something else armada that, in size and efficiency,
6 to 0, when Edmunds intercepted left veteran observers
on quarterback sneaks, gasping.
in
i two Flier drives by inter entirely to still the butterflies
a pass and ran 40 yards cepting near his the Fliers marched 60 yards toPrefltght's bosom and shake the frog out This combat team, fighting afloat, I
passes own goal. your
for a marker. 10. Then came one of In the air, and ashore, has rewrit-
is
of throat when team
3. VF4 Ordnance' eked out anA The game chart shows the Fliers the breaks of the game, to wit: your your ten Naval history. The Navy calls
to verdict over 11%!. A safety kept the pigskin in Preflight's territory trailing in a tough football game. it a Task Force. Its tremendous
Leckonby, playing quarter In This is the test of a great player;
decided the game when Illcken- most of the afternoon. The hitting power and bewildering-
the T formation, took the snap and this is Graham is great.
,, bach stepped>> out of his end zone. hitherto untested Station squad front center and was in the why bility have carried the war to the
process Faurot
.,, Top events in the N. L. Included: surprised the "experts" by pouring of handing the ball to a On the particular play had very heart of enemy-held terri

.t 1. J, B. Harper sparked Personnel it on the highly favored North Flier back when Big Mel Sheehan the referred ball on to,the the Fliers Cloudbusters 19-yard line tory. Now it may be heard pound-

\ to a pair of wins, an 18-0 Carolinians. Not satisfied merely Cloudbuster end, broke ing at the door of Tokyo itself.
M and it was third down and eightto
victory over the Best known at the moment has
> Storekeepers anda through/ and yanked the leather
Graham faded back for a
one touchdown overtime triumphover from hands go. been Task Force 58, a floatingforce _
Leckonby's cuddlingIt
in
and receivers were
no
pass
Dispensary. so great that a Jap airman,
to his own bosom on the 10-
confusion Otto
2. VPB felled the Marines sight. Amidst the shot down and captured, said
in a.. yard line. This maneuver, called
the Fliers' end out
right pull
free scoring event, 24 to 18. Elder I stealing the ball, I* entirely legalin saw and he one look at it convinced him
of place instinctively that Japan had lost the war. lie
pitched four payoff for If
passes football you can get away
changed the play into a running -
VPB. with it. That nullified the Fliers' pass was caught recently near Hoilandla -

3.: Weiner clicked, via the air long march and Preflight puntedout one by going around the wide trying to escape with the
t open space on the Station's flank. Information that he had
lanes as A & R beat Dispensary, ? of danger. startling
:F. 14.0. He was knocked out of bounds on seen an American force so mightIt
Again in the third quarter a the one-foot line and on the next
was scattered over the sea as
4. Blich bolted 40
yards for the
spectacular 40-yard punt return by
play Preflight scored. far as his eyes could peer.
winning touchdown I
as Dispensary Letchas from his own 30 to the This was clear, cool thinking Existence of this Task Force
!shaded VPB 126. 30 called back be-
e; Preflight was under pressure. It was headworkas was revealed only after six months
g In the Officers
League VF5 No. '
,
of
cause a clipping penalty againstthe
well a. footwork. of operation in which it virtually
3 nosed out NAOTC 13-12 in an i Fliers
overtime r Although Otto looks like he's reversed the direction of traffic ....
struggle. Goodreault The Fliers kept flirting with the in the Pacific. Under the Commandof
i.. chunked scoring passes for the I Just loping along, he has an unorthodox -
VF5 Preflight goal-line and they finally deceptive style and the Vice Admiral Marc A. Mitscher,

i goals.American League reached it in the fourth quarter. game chart shows he averagedseven it has penetrated to within 500

,N 1v. L. Pet Donaldson speared a pass tossed yards gain every time he miles of Japan proper, packing a
1.(XX) by Graham and raced 21 yards to carried the ball. Besides settingup volcanic force of destruction from

Seaman Guard 4 1 .800) the Preflight 34-yard line. Donaldson the first with his 19-yard more than 850 large bore rifles,
score
t VF4 Ordnance 3 1 .750 slippery as a banana peel, tookit the equal of 70 artillery
army
Boathouse r shot for
3 2 ..600.SOO Jaunt, he fired a six-yard
Hospital 2 2 to the three-yard line on a series second touchdown. units. From its more than a mil-
Preflight's
T4 1 2 .333 of laterals and end sweeps. Then Han square feet of floating run-
Docks-Ferries .000 he plunged over the goal. Moreover, as Faurot pointed out, it hurl thousand
,
0 3 .DTK) ,. Graham is a hawk on defense.All ways can plane
VF' g Faurot's should attacks at the hundreds of
.000 fighting Fliers enemy
i4 in all, the defeat was a
Weekly hest r have won the game and they could morale victory for the Fliers who miles away. And from its con-
VF4 6; Docks-Ferries 0. have tied it, I stantly shuttling "supply train,"
being spotted 18 points by
S, VF4 Ordnance 18; Hospital 0. were with its own aerial and surface
VF4 Ordnance 8 VM 6. The : some prophets.
; Johnny Donaldson Pre-Flirt: i pre-game
VF4 Ordnance 1, Seaman Guard 0 N. C. Jtcluoitille NAs protection, it has staying power to
(overtime Position. keep on throwing its punches with-
l' to smash Freflight's mighty line
Hospital 6 I Anderson
; Boathouse 0. LE Bishop out the
giving a single
d Seaman Guard 30; Bnathouse 0. I into a yielding sponge, the Fliers Lorentz LT Short Service FootballNorth enemy
Seaman Clements breathing spell.So .
Guard ; contemptuously ran the ball on G Haruel
Seaman Guard 1wonTby'forfelt from Huneycutt l. k.lllnd powerful is the protection afforded -
\'t 5. fourth down twice when they Pulver '.(3 i :< Carolina Pre-Flight 14; Jacksonville this force by the anti-air-
needed two yards and both times Lum liT .Mousas NAS 13. I
National LeagueVF4 they made the necessary yardagefor Sheehan RE Lester Cherry Point Marines 6; Camp Lee 0. craft artillery of the escorting bat-
W. Pet. 1st down. Kellogg QB Leokonbv Navy 26 Penn 0. tleships, cruisers and destroyersthat
: A R S 0 1.000 a Koslowski LH Kittrell Army 27: Duke 7. the entire Pacific Ocean to
;, The Fliers got in the first punch.On Wilson RH Donaldson Daniel Field 15; May port NAAS 7. the gates of Japan is its stamping
DYpenaary l
1 2 .600 Graham FB
: Faust: Third Infantry (Ft. Benning) 19:
Personnel the second play of the game l Thus has the
2 2 N. C. Pre-Fllght 014 0 014Jacksohville Fort Knox. ground. it become
Stt'ward. .500 I Donaldson intercepted Graham's i NAS :::::: :7 0 0 6-13N. Ft. Pierce Amphibious Base 70; Miami most mobile strategic air force yet
U& G 2 3 ..0000 I pass on the Preflight 30 yard C. scoring: Touchdowns. NATC 0. seen in warfare.
Mal'lnE'1 1 4 .200 : stripe. The Messrs. Donaldson, Kellogg, Graham. Points after Ft. Rile)' 6: Olathe Navy AirtForce
Storekeepers 0" ..Oro1Veekly ) i touchdown St. John 2 t placements). Randolph Field 19; Third 0. '::i-
Results Leckonby Faust and Kit Kittrell Jacksonville scoring: Touchdown, Great Lakes 49; Wisconsin! 12.
worked the ball to the three-yard I Donaldson 2. Point after touchdown, Pittsburgh 26; Chatham Field 0. Those Awful Japs!
A& R
0& G I
; : 6. I
Faust .
1 (placement) 15 Maxwell (Ala.)
Bainbridge Navy ;
A & R ] : Dlsl'E'nAAry O. line. Then Donaldson took a lateral Substitutes: Pre-Fllght St. John Le- Field 7.Iowa,
1) >peneary 4t 9 VPB V. from Leckonby and went wide I tray, \\eltekamp 1 Sanders, Coleman, Preflight 26; Marquette 0. Have They No Decency?

VPB Personnel 24; Marines l 18. 0 around his right end to score. Atkinson. Flick, Bray Hurson, Hard- Norman, Okla., NAS 13, Second INDIA (CNS)Latest Jap-tor
: Dispensary (overtime) i lag, lager, Schumacher. Naval Air AAAF 6.
Personnel 18: Storekeepers 0. Faust booted the extra point. The Station, Letchas. Allsup. Warren, Van- March Field 7; St. Mary's Pre- ture: They now tell lies about the
O & G 18; CC Stewards 0. scoring drive consumed only seven nl, White, Cantrell, OQulnn. Vrebac, Brooklyn Dodgers.
i Dispensary 18; Marines 0.OFFICERS Walker, I \ mfi ''yO'cross
plays. W Paplle VoJclechowskl 26; U. S. Coast Guard to Pfc.
Reynolds According
Keown, Mattlng- Academy 14. Manny Lopez,
LEAGUE North Carolina landed two ly Chltty, Lehn and Sullivan. Keesler Field 7: Fourth Marines 0. Japs in the CBI theater frequently
VF3 No. 3 13; NAOTC (overtime). haymakers of Its own, aided and -':- Camp Lejeune 33: Klnston Marines 0. broadcast phony reports about the
NAOTC 12; A &: R O. Gulfport AAF 27: Marine Officers 0.
abetted the Fliers In the
Vts No. 2 won by forfeit from VPB. by sec Veteran Coach Is Awed Georgia Tech 13; Georgia Preflight 7. Dodgers losing ball games, in an
VF5 No. 3 18; Operations 6. ond period. U. of South Carolina 6; Charleston effort to break the morale of our
-. VPB won by forfeit from VFU1 The Fliers fumble was grabbedby Coast Guard 6 (tie). ti'oops.
'- I By Ft. Pierce Giants"The Bunker Hill NAS 13; Ottumwa IowaN
240-pound Baby Ray Bray of 0.Richmond. --':

Marcolini Scores N. C. on the Fliers' 22-yard line roughest, toughest and Army Air Base 13; Nor- Germans PlannedTo
best team I've seen folk, Va.. Fleet 2.
CHERRY POINT Pre-Flight Jacksonville Ft. Warren 19; Lincoln AAB 6.
N C.-Hugo That's what Whitey McLucas, Tonopah AAB 20; Fairfield, Cat.Lubbock Invade Ireland
Marcolini, hard-hitting fulback, Yards gained from veteran coach of Jacksonville's ARC 7.
crashed over tackle five yards fora scrimmage ..., .. . ...150 363 Robert (Tex.) Air Base 13; Ft. Bliss 0. LONDON (CNS) German
E. Lee School
High says Fourth Infantry (Ft. Donning, Ga.)
Yards gained rosser. 30 47 :
first quarter touchdown to give Total yards gained ... ..ISO 210 about the Ft. Pierce Naval Am- 7: Keesler Mlss.) Field 7 (tie). plans for the invasion of England,
the Cherry Point Marines a 6 to 0 Passes 13 10 phibious Training Base football El Toro Marines 14; Fleet City Blue- via Ireland, were uncovered recently -
n victory over Camp Lee Travelers Passes competed : :::: ::: 5 2 outfit this season. jackets 0. by the Allies and revealed here.

r Saturday before a crowd of 10,000 Passes Passes 1 Intercepted Incomplete by. .opp'i.' 2 6 3 5 -': GAMES THIS WEEK The plans described as completeand

: 'spectators. First downs . .. 9 15 Cherry Point Marines vs. Jackson- detailed, were extensively doc-
The Leathers scored their first Yards by punts s . .... 260 344 Friendly Enemies Now ville Fliers. umented with maps and photo-
Punts ... 12 48 Navy vs. Notre Dame.
:, win of the season on a 35-yard Penalties-yards returned-yards. . .. 40 20 When Cherry Point Marines Army vs. Vlllanova.Norman graphs and were kept up to date
a drive with Marcolini going over. Fumbles, recovered .... ... 2 0 play the Fliers here Saturday, old Navy vs. Oklahoma A & M.Randolph until 1942.
rrt Fumbles, recovered by ps.' 1 4 friends will meet. Jim Horton, I Field vs. North Texas l-iaI i J M
Leading' Individual ground gainers, Ag des.
North Carolina Preflight is ratedas net yardage: : Jacksonville Leckonby Cherry Point fullback, won a foot- Southern California vs. San Diego \VSA Resumes Recruiting

the eighth team in the nationIn 66 Donaldson 44, Letchas 31 Faust 23; ball letter at the University of Navy WASHINGTON (CNS) The

\ the opinion of 101 sports writers Graham Preflight,19.Kellogg 59, Koslowskl 53. Missouri when Don Faurot, Flier Alameda March Field Coast vs. Guard UCLA. vs. Wnbln War Shipping Administration has

I .ipolled by the Associated Press this mentor, was head coach there. ton.Iowa been authorized by Selective Service -

week. Teams were ranked in this Line stabs reached the 19. Then And Jim McMurdo, Cherry Point Seahawks vs. Tulsa. to resume recruiting of men

order: Army, Notre Dame, Ohio Graham faked a pass and ran to coach, was line coach for the Phil between the ages of 18 and 26

J. State, Randolph Field, Georgia the one-foot marker before he was adelphia Eagles when Allie White, DETROIT (CNS-Women war for the Merchant Marine. Last

Tech, Navy, Iowa Preflight, North knocked out of bounds. Kellogg, Flier tackle, played for the pro- workers here are now permittedby April, recruiting of men in that

Carolina Preflight, Illinois and on a quarterback sneak, hit pay fessionals. In fact, White and Mc- law to wear red slacks to workif I age group was banned, except for

Michigan. dirt St. John's kick was true asA Murdo were roommates they wish. I those classified 4F in the draft
--


Male Call by Milton CaniH. creator of"Terry and the Pirates" The Flavor Lasted and LastedI I


: REMEMBER/ A MoVIe WELL,THAT A BONE $WAR,MADAMS// CHEWINt. 1' PORE QUAH, THATS NOW S C70T ',a;,

I 5AW WHEN I WAS A MIGHT dET i *)\ ...JE HAVEZ HERE GoM? MATS )t ( "'r MADAME; J ,ti ti THE DAttoHTAIRS, t

KIP..THIS YANK SO-JER A LOOK AT -S, PEAU OUP CHEWW$ NONM'5iEUIWAX. -'. dEE WHIZ.., l i1; SOJ.PAT.'

HAD SOME (SUM-AN'HE MADAME LAMlfc \ \ ... MERE. 60 f.v' I j

, TEACHES THIS FRENCH TWO DAUGHTERS< J lEVEKYBOPV % THE JUNE FILLIES + ,J
:
GIRL HOW 70 CHEW 17V IM
4r HE DID ALL EI6HTJ.' .. THE OJTFTTfc HEARD SAME? ty t I I j1;
KOJOOyfc TRAY BONE! r
OF 'EM-BUT TASTE2 I
.
r .
cEEN 6M -.e


t .'ri I
: = T i

,' 1k
t
tlIi.I1d
'



I: car. II -

'
4 1

:. \
.... t

1r / A

,










..:::.. tf.. '
-- \ --- \ ,;
,_..- : -



'
-. -'. ""
;r.
; ,



l

" ,

4t Page Eight CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS 2 November, 1944

' ....T

-SUPPL.Y "Sure We'll Get More Workers for A&R
Civilian
' Editorial Offices

Personnel Relations Office, Bldg 13 1rSALL ES
C. Telephone Extension 8885

i. The Civilian Employees' News, a two-page! section of the Jax 'Air ityy
i News, is devoted to reporting the news of the Naval Air Station's r

,. Civilian Employees and Is sponsored by the i

: Employees''Association for CH1I Service Employee
I
'
/ Officers lly Anna M. Conrad
, 'I WlJlUam 0: Klncald, 'President! Phillip D. Myers, Treasurer (Pinch-hitting Lisette Temple)

.. Polly Vetter, Secretary"Directors HELLO THERE: Are you weary \

of our remlnlscln fun'We're '
'
George 'H. Martin Mell C. Jackson
painting pictures here in
Frjink H. McKinley Donald A. Wood
We're painting pictures hereIn
I
Phillip D. Myers Kenneth M. McDuffie
wordyOf
Daniel R. Whiddon William O. KincalJ v t ,
Polly Vetter people one by one, who cele'
: brate their four year mark-
News .Reporting Staff Of toil, and work and strain!
Assembly and Repair: In building 1.1.0, Supply- T
Maintenance .........________....?..?....?.?......Walter Riviere Well here we again! d
I'I Accessories ...................?:-..__._?..?.._..............,.W. T. Martin go SCHRADER {
GEORGE F. '
Metal and Machine..?.?.??.:?_._....?.._.._..._.Delma E. Register Supervisor, General Stores No, 1 :*! '.,J'"" ,;: J
, Engine Overhaul ................,?.......,..?_.???..?.._......Lillian Lindsey ': l' .
, Progress .................._??..?__ _?:.-???..___...... .....Tom Quinn I Now Storage who Group from :,< :, :. : .
George came ,
. I I Aircraft Overhaul ...?..*.-? ,.__.--..._?-...........Amelia Drawdy <' .;. )..,. ;
Interim Overhaul..............___......__..___.....Laura Adams Dahlgren, too (, ', r7 Iwrfr ''
Was rare"He "
Production Eng. ....._......?..___._?__._._................Don Ragin I didn't saintly drink-he-something didn't smokehe 4 "

Production Control _..._..._..._.__.._.__.....__.........Pattie Bennett I .
IVb Employees .........._......._____.................Adeline Joels didn't even swear! "'Q-
I But 'twasn't long, old Georgie
: Inspection and Survey:

+ Aircraft Overhaul .........4.__.?.._._?_.??....._.Muriel E: Mitchell changed-and morals he for-

Supply Dept. ....._........_......................?..............?.Ruth LoveA. got- -
Alas! We must admit his sins- I
& R. Depts ...?..?..-..???.._..?......_................. Ruth C. Raisch Were urged by Mr. Scott!

: Sara Verner Why, Georgie, sad but true, it
Priscilla Glenn

Public Work Dept................?...._...................._...........Audrey Wonible Attended seems-one "shindig"And j
Miss Nadine In A & R looks If she
Louise Abraham an exhibition of the I'rlest clerk-typUt a* IIK-MMI
Cecile Devenlsh famous gave "Schrader Jig"Then It a 4 she say that the civilians now working here will be able to

Supply Department........__............................................_...Lisette Temple at five A.M. next morn, he find more workers for A *.I It. Miss' Priest who Is even prettier
than this when she Million, lives at 3895 Valencia i Road, .Jack..onyUl....
crept so-o-o-o-j silentlyTo ,
( keep his wife from hearinghim
I
Production Engineering !)

But George forgot fcls key'.'! Inside Public Works I
lly J. H. Silver I --- -- --- -- -- LAMARR B. Sc01TSupervisor I

Well, here it is time to write ; little I
another column and news is as1 I Things Posting and "450" SectionsYou'd 1--- lly Ethel M. Shanahan
' hen's teeth but here area better watch that "Scotty"Kuy 1I ---- ------ --- i
scarce as ; I
There is a whisper of pre-holtday.
t few items of interest. From A And R I Statement
By festivities in the Design Section.
Jack C. Koons, S2c, who worksin Who came to us In 40"He's -
mighty swell all can tell, The party given from the Welfare
the drafting room, has just as
passed out candy bars. Now you Maintenance However, when he's "naughty"We Capt. William FUnd was so successful that the<
.
Section is going to give one on
know what that means-he has blame It on George Schrader,
made a rate. Hereafter he shall be 'cause L. Patten SC their own. Now suggestions for
known as SpX)3c.( ) Engineering lly Walter Riviera\ i He leads Lamarr astray! ( ) plans to be carried out are in full

Draftsman. Good lucJr Jack, from Hello folks! We haven't been So Scotty walls "Oh George, The Air Station's campaignto swing
all P.E. personnel. here for several weeks dUe to an II you've made me what I am employ an additional 1,800 Wedding bells are to ring for

Miss Lucille Wells, our file clerk, I accumulation of things which today!!! workers for the Assembly and Dorothy Parker of Electric Department

has informed me she is transferring could not be helped, however everything I, BEULAH M. WISE Repair Department Iii l also a I on November 10th, in
; to Planning Division, leaving -I seems to be "in the Administrative Assistant campaign for the Supply Department Tallahassee (Dottie's home town)
\ Production Engineering DlviE groove" now and we hope you will SupplyA -in a wry iniH| >rtanten I to Lt. Edward Farrell fr2nd Lt. )

( sign Good luck Lucille, I hope be reading us regularly from now wise bird sent us Beulah Wise! ie. llecause expansion !In U.S.M.A.C. of Spring Valley. Illi
E Assembly and Repair work nois. The happy couple are to be
! 1 will like your new work. on.There From somewhere down the
you have been so many things state- means more work In buildingup I stationed at Klnston, N. C., the
' Lieut. Morris, A&R officerinch that have taken place in the divi- She's been our Captains' "right the flow of aeronautical supplies I Marine Air Base. We'll all miss
rge of the Chemical and Metallurgical sion since last we were here thatit hand man"! for the Assembly and Repair you, Dorothy, and our good wishesgo
Lab has returned from is difficult to remember all of And kept their records straight- Departnveiit. I with you.
,fti: a trip to Cleveland, Ohio, where heattended them, however we shall to :Many of the civilian, workersin
I the National Metal Congress try recall Now, Beulah is Assistant to "Pop" .And speaking bf wedding bells,
I the most important ones. Of Chief Clerk"Etrlclency's" Supply have already joinedwholeheartedly has
t' and War Conference Dis- Gorsuch our Lieut. Tenzer Joined the ranksof
,
course we all know and are very her middle In the campaign the
name- Benedicts. Jackie Poole of
.] play. While he was there he also and of the recrulta
I glad that our general foreman, some
This "wise" gal knows her work!! Supply and our popular Maintenance
t attended the Technical Meetings Mr. Sauer has been back on the SALLIE GARDINER they have brought to the Station Officer were married at the
; of the American Welding Society, Already are at work.
job now for sometime after having
Contract Section Hall
afternoon.
t\ American Society for Metals, and been so sick for three weeks. He Purchase DivisionA I urge the others and all City living Friday in Splinterville. Theyare
many more. They all proved very asks this column to eachof civilians on the Station to do
instructive and interesting. his convey-to for little tiny lady, who wears the their utmost to meet the objective Lieut. N. O. Thomas, also of
you deepest gratitude
cutest hats!
Chief Nixion. who works in the I of the campaign Maintenance is receiving congratulations
the many expressions of concern Is Sallie Gardiner of
Supply-
I William L. Patten on the arrival of baby
a
Lab fs (saving very soon to returnto for his health. He tells us they
Who knows 'bout all the facts
SC IIS.V daughter. Mrs. Thomas and
Captain ( ) baby
West Coast the
the to re-enter I
were for his
largejy responsible
Seab: es. Fortunately he will be quick recovery and return to his Of handling such- Contracts, Bids and Supply and Accounting Officer I I are in N. C.. and will Join him at

his home. to .... $ a later date!!
stationed near Sorry
And gosh! we won't repeat- -- ---- t
see you go. Chief, but lots of desk.When Your I Lieut. E. D. Yeatts is a new
we came to work one But Sallie does her contract work "temporary columnist" takes
We all know will be II member of the Public Works Staff
luck. you I
leave until the "next"When
I morning recently we observed our The best in stocking feet! -
'. gill to be near home once again. Division Officer, Mr. McCandless, DWIGHT S. VERNAM sine returns with "Stories of Hope you enjoy your tour'of duty

,1 Well no more news except that coming in the front door. We were Supervisor Old Timers" as her text. with us.
\ I will be working the night shift somewhat astonished! For once Delivery Division w--- I Mr. Turknett, of the Inspection

' sal hope that the day shift will we thought we had caught him beIng He used to "rattle" structural I Department la back to work now

'f supply( me with news of interest byleaving I just a little careless, for the spares away back in the : SAFETY SLANTSBy I after a'short leave. Hope he wasn't
; notes on my desk. So, next Insignia on his collar was defi- start- I telling us a fish story when he

,"! week will let you know .how it nitely discolored-but-then after I But, now he's Yard Delivery I I Safely K. V.tcl.euWoman' :Armttroc! said he caught lots of them on
furls I to work nights. another quick look we found the "King" those fishing trips he mad .

<: --- answer. Those nice shiny gold bars And say he'll never part Her Crowning limy: We had a letter from Jewell

on his collar had faded to a beau- With ANYTHING without a Stubor Hair Smith also Inspection Depart-
' ProgeSSli tiful silver; so instead of Ensign Invoice- The rotating chuck on a drill I, ment. and her father is still ill

E. R.V.. McCandless being our Yeslriee!! press, the statically charged rotate I but she expects to be with ua the
Division Officer we now have Ole Vetnam says "You gotta pay ing shaft on a machine tool an 1 first of next month.

Section Lieut. (Jg) McCandless. Congratulations -or-nothin" comes from me!! II electric hand drill, or hundreds, of The Contract Section also had a
,
Lieutenant! The and other moving parts can very well
cigars AMY G. SHAVER 'letter from Pvt. Gloria Cooper.(
II be termed, "DEADLY POISON.
' candy were very good. Acting Supervisor I Gloria says she's having a time
F flews While we are on the subject of Inspection Report Section The large number of women en- I learning to salute Lieutenants instead
\ promotions we had two other fine Amy Shaver back there "when" gaged In the operation of this type I of smiling at them. (Wonder
fly Tattle 1'ontaine Itemiett fellows machinery on this station con-
receive nice ones within helped to organize why?)
If you happen to notice Mr. the past several weeks. Pop Parsons The I.R. Section in Supply tinue to be of vital importance to -----.... -----

Cull, out Training Supervisor : our Joiner Supervisor, hasbeen B-it, listen, here's the prize! careless the war and effott.give It those they machines become Overhaul
talking! a little hoarse these days promoted to Quarterman She sits in winter midst her fans- just chance will find : Interim
one they the
it id because along with Walter Scott. Congratulations (
our Training Program When all about are cold-- results of being scalped
are truly
1 has gotten underway In grand to you both! And winter breezes sail around- serious. Although the I. O. party last
I style in the Progress Office of MInor There have been many changes She sits there-calm-and-bold! Saturday night was not a hugesuccess
; f Overhaul Refresher classes take place in the department whichwe Now Amy is endowed, my friends If your hair becomes tangled in I It was a good time for
hive been conducted for all personnel have reported from time toj With quite a supersenseShe a-machine, will you die? Very few I those who were there. Seems tome
I classes, which will consist time and now, believe it or not, wouldn't have it broadcast- do. Do you suffer? What do you 1 a lot 'Of.the new-comers in
think ? Will the hair
1 of basic and we get a chance to report on our- grow again? I.
practices procedures I But-our Amy Grade-INVENTS! Sometimes. I O. must keep to themselves In
will be conducted for new person-I selves. We have moved our deskto ---- ---- 'I' the That machine depends does on howcompletely the the hangar, because there were
: nel and will begin In the very near ; the new office space allotted to around making inspections at peakof I several strangers there. We must
job.
future. Those persons who will beI no in the Cest Cell Machinery' the storm looking more like a b<- growing to a large division
required to attend will be advised room We have a spacious office I duck than a man. Walter Scott Anyway, you won't be much when we no longer know everyone
through their supervisor as to the tuilt here about ten feet square : wading around the steel rack good to the government, and the I in the shop.Kathryn .
I timI\ believe that all of us appreciate with only our desk file cabinet, I turned steel pier. Lieut (jg) Mc- war effort for awhile; and you'll
I the advantage of the about fifty feet of shelving and i j Candteas' auto top turning itselfIn look like (you know what) to your week and has Singleton back resigned to California this-

; Training Program, and are very several hundred small parts. As for a new one. The Contractor's. boy friend. with her gone husband, who ex-
much enthused with it. soon as we use some of the materials I Tool House finished the day be- DON'T TAKE CHANCESwearthe
pects to be shipped Good luck,
---"'- we are going to put the fore the storm floating gradually proper head gear.ho's .
Kathryn.We
i" On AirNit chair for the desk in here and into the number one Air Conditioning -: \\' Uh In Safety

: "Why are you hlgjier when then Boy Oh Boy! Room, waking Walter Rose Lester V. (Shorty) Rountree. regret to learn of the death
< you stand on your head than on That sure ia a swell job Ed and causing him to scurry. Ed Quarterman Machinist, Public I I of Dorothy Dinkins' aunt, Mrs.
your feet?" Wood is doing- on the new Maintenance : Wood holding onto the Warehouse Works Department, is in the Safety Roy Williams of Taylor, Florida,
[ Wit: "I don't know. Why?" Offices. Of course it's no to keep it from whipping away. I Spotlight thU week. "Shorty"has on October 21, 19 U.
,,' Nit: "Because you're standing\ fault of hU the walls shrunk so Chief McGee looking like a "sad I all of the Welders Machinists. Molly Barbour has been
o! : '\ on a block! I i the mop board wouldn't cover up sack" all wet. Lloyd Campbell Sheetmetal Workers and Pump ferred to one of the A&R tral:.
a "Downtown Wichita" the plaster edge, or that the openings -' pumping out flooded Sumps. Pop men in Public Works assigned to Rooms. Molly has been
he had cut for the air conditioning Daley and crew busily repairing him. There has been only one lost- so long it will he some time be-
r Sonny: "Give me' ten cents grills- swelled so the grills electrical system and with all power time Injury charged to his department fore we learn not to look for her
:- worth pf castor oil, please?" didn't fit wry welt. Outside, of 01'Jack' Nielters worrying I since 1911. KIP UP THE in the usual spot.( '

". DfUfgUt: "The tasteless kind ?'" tint and a few other things: it I la a about his ap.utment'house: in town. GOOD WORK "SHORTY," the Lola, Sweat visited her ,brotherin
f Sonny: "Naw ILSS < tot my : ven' 1ood job indeed : Walter Rtvtere 'at home, sleeping.like I whole station_ is pulling for you. Waycross. Gt"Orgbthis weelc.
,_,
fatten1 I' .. : L'Ht11( Thint/i 'Cut Ud BjS. the a b lby. put, pve'ryjhmg ready ? -%Jii+-_ lie was in an accident and his leg

t. ..- ,''Downtown', 'Wichita" ,Storm.:... .Foremkn. ,Saikr padjUng. >i 1 t=o $e, y,b3Gk; x j'.work; nxt day I Send' the .'11.x Air Newts home! was badly crushed.. .
t
'.1" r.s.G ., "f. ,... .
;\ ? ''I' "






e

--,-.. -- -. ,



r t


2 November, 1944 CIVILIAN JAX: AIR NEws"ti ': NEws eager; Nine




Someone On Station Is Metal & Machine T ROO.W Accessories



Going To Be Richer. By Division A & R at DivisionBy


When By Delma F. Mary Markham aDd

$200 Drive EndsNo By the time this goes (jI France Ilanchey

the A and B The entire personnel of the In.
tc.UUDU From Page One Shifts will
at the Air Station swing. Some will like it strument Shop will be interestedand
More Workers? glad to learn that Betty Es.
won't but just stop and
and Minor
(
trella formerly of the Gyro room,_
Among the civilian workersIn the men overseas are
A & It are men and women if they like day fighting Inspection) and husband Eddie, are safe following

from every state In the Union. t r JY fighting They would Glenn the hurricane that left "-

So there mint be Home from with their families at really hit at Stuart's 5,000 homeless in Key West Betty

North Carolina. And there must to a show or to a party just built a brand writes in a letter dated October

be a few who came from around hard part of it is they nook, and the winds 19th, "Our beautiful little islandis
Oreen&boro. The EmploymentOffice when and if they can came to ruin the a pitiful sight to look at today.

at the moment Is particularly things We who are on job. Trees are uprooted, houses wreckedand

Interested In thome people shift know it will only be had a special mes people are going about with
If you did come from thereor weeks so let's not feel day. If you want sad expressions on their faces. Wedidn't

If your family lives there work is a hardship! ask him. I get the worst part of) the .

now-the Employment: Office Sunday night Jack taste of hurricane, but it was strong enough
got a good
be able to do favorIf I here to do lots of damage. The
a
might you ceived a telephone call too. He has just
you will phone Extension", 88.: City Water people were taken care of, thanksto
his house
put on
or leave a note at the Employment him the water would be Uncle Sam. The Army and
Office telling where you shortly. Jack thanked Navy took over; Navy families
ran be reached. ago "our gang" were taken to the Naval Base and
ment very much and
from Walt Cor- Army families to the Army Camp.
catch water. He
says in HawaII Tourpe Civilians told to to Fed-
30 October 1944. were go
ter in everything but
island but not on eral Buildings in town. We stayedin
Captain W. W. Smith, About an hour later
Commandant Walt mentioned a hangar at the base for two
and some of her friends
Bill Buresh and Dan While the storm raged out-
U. S. Naval Air Station, Mr. Richards. When he days.
Jacksonville Florida. carrying buckets, he side, we played cards, had a jitterbug

Dear Captain Smith: what had happened. So our personnel have contest the Navy band played,
The Board of Directors of the letters from and we were served three meals a
what Jack tells me, you
Employees Association, wishing to mighty careful-he's Rodgers. Old friends day. There must have been a

add its all-out support to the Air you back! interested to know thousand people there, so you can
Station's urgent drive to recruit Hawaii too. i imagine what the chow )line was
more civilian workers, voted at Its We are very glad to to listen to Harold like. By the time they got through
total B. Sistrunk as about who's serving breakfast it was time to
to a
last meeting appropriate
fur- He Just returned from what mall where. start serving dinner. We stood in
t>f $800 in War Bond prizes to
in the Pacific. He
was
ther the campaign.The of a messenger! line one hour and forty-five min-
prizes would be" divided as aboard the Wasp when it I utes for dinner, but it was either
is all
happy again.
He was in Second Coral
follows One $200 War Bond; two that or stay hungry for no one
Mickey, is back in
,
tle, and at Saipan ,
$50 War Bonds; and twenty $25: They have a good deal of re- taken from the Japs. for Uncle Sam was allowed to leave the hangar.The .
War Bonds. spect for the judgment of II. O. I in the hospital for food they served was emer-
Atlanta, Georgia. At
These prizes would be given to Evan around A & It, and whenhe I is now much better. gency rations that were stored in
making his home in
present civilian employees of the was' asked if he thought there the hangar. Most of the people
Air Station who bring in the most just weren't any more worker", with his wife and young I wife is with him found a place to sleep or to lie

recruits in the campaign. The winners around Jacksonville"' he replied: We say "Welcome to he's glad because down at least. I don't think any-

determined through the "In- "I think there are a good manywe kerman" in Shop No. 20. seemed a long one could sleep. The Navy broughtout
troduction Cards" now being can get." Mr. Evans, an electrician to us from Pearl That's where she bunks, blankets and pillows

passed out to employees would be has been. working at the very sorry to hear of came to Jackson- which were spread all over the

chosen in accordance with rules Air Station for about three his wife and extend to hangar. It was at least a place

formulated by a contest committeeto )f'arM. lie lives at 2306 Park deepest sympathy.I wife will be here to put the children and keep their;
Street Jacksonllle.Inspection hear there is a guy He's been prancing quiet for a few minutes."
be the Employees
Association.designated All by decisions of the -- -- -- -. the big hangar that has telling everybody Dot Roberson spent a few days .

ing to ride a surf in Atlanta visiting her aged grand
contest committee will be final.
Association is And cement deck. What next was in here a few mother. She was thrilled that her
The
Employees I
27S.S. reports they are She was waiting for grandmother, in spite of her
this
in -
motivated, by a firm making conviction appropriation that Survey Depart. to have Linton Willis I' start. Was very glad I eighty-seved years, could still play
job after the well Cath-
a recent piano as as ever.
the Air Station can obtain the
Ily Ruth IUlM-h Schriener is away at erine Cleveland is spending a few
workers needed It all
1,800 civilians new on the Station will help- News! ? ? ? ? ? Oh yeh-The same of his little girl who days' leave with her husband Sid.
old It's been told ore' and an operation We ney, who is slated for overseas
if they will look about for suitable' story.
recruits and then themto ore'. Night Shift; that still seemsto speedy recovery.Mr. duty soon. Mabel Griffin was given -
make encourage be No. 1 on the A & R Hit Terkeurst sly, a surprise dinner party by her
application
Your approval of this appropri- Parade. So we shall think on that years old on October R husband Lamar, at the :MayflowerHotel
for -he doesn't have any on their twenty-fifth wed
spell.
ation is requested.
urgently yet. Clalrol? ding anniversary last week.
Sincerely yours Beginning 30 October the follow- had a birthday I
I 1Viehita"l The "A" shift held an informal
I W. O. KINCAID, ing will be working on night shift: Youngman AMlc; was he "struttin'." dinner dance at the Seminole Hotel .

: President, W. L. Still who will be Metal and AEM2c, and A. E. of M. lapel pin was Saturday, October 28th. More

Employees. Assn.' Machine Supervisor. L. Hennes 3c. R. L. Carpenter will his children and a than 100 members of the Instrument .
.
AMlc; L. Cromwell, AM2c; G. Electric Shop. In the his wife. He says the Shop including wives husbands -
30 October 1944. Hansen AM2c, and Lucy Swinsonin
Shop will be Marjorie blue pink with brown and friends attended.
Mr W.: O. Kincald the Metal Shop In the Machineand M. Oostdam. Happy sir! That Tarheel is CO2 SHOP NO. 14

President Employees' Association Layout Shop will be J. R. all of you. Hy Florence It. Barlar
U. S. Naval Air Station, Bishop and Bernice Boyle. In Glad Mr. Still can be wife was out of We
are very proud of our new
Jacksonville, Florida. Metal and Process will be J. B. the job again. He Wonder here
) which
,} shop, we have recently oc
Dear Mr. Kincaid: Thomas AMlc. and Gumbt rt. AM well last week but r?
like
It was most gratifying to receive 3c. In Propeller and C02 and Wood be O.K. from now on. came In with a badly the cupied.new location Everyone seems much.to

your letter concerning the action Shops will be Don George, ACM, We all miss Helen He says a pork chop We are sorry to very have Paul Perry -
by Board of Directors in ap- and H. Hatton AMMP2c. In Fuse-
your from the Aircraft we wonder. It could : leave: us to enlist in the Navy.
$800 in War Bond Shop will be H. E. Paine and
propriating lage Helen has been on was a frying pan be We have enjoyed working with
prizes to further the Air Station'sdelve She had to go to his head, the pan be- him and are going to miss him.
for civilian workers. Petrie it has been decided that a
more to attend to business. a strong right arm, ] Good luck Paul.PROPELLER .
I heartily approve your plan.I box plainly marked and installedin she had a little plt continue to wonder. SHOP NO. 15

believe as you do, that we can a conspicuous place will be at with the trip. says: I worked like By Edna Hammer

obtain the workers we so urgently the disposal of everyone This is Miss Nellie McPhaul fire" to get this job We say "so long" this week to
need if all civilians now work- chance to see name in
the your your ministrative Office and time and now another member of the Propeller
IJ'here will give their support. print folks. Just jot down all the riarty in the A&R got thirty minutes. Shop. He is Vic Skarinka AMMP

The neighbors and friends of our scuttlebut that comes your way, so graciously consented left this shop Ic. Vic has been on this base for
present civilian personnel offer the either that concerns yourself or with this column. They is now employed at I about two and one-half years and

west likely source of new recruits. friends signed or anonymous and) to act as my helpers. I Company in Jack- will be leaving a great many
the Station in the box. Each shop is ex-
With all personnel of drop ciate it very much. friends, all of whom wish him the
joining hands for the campaign. pected to contribute as well aa me they are all is also leaving this very best of luck.T. .

I am confident the campaign will both A and B Shifts-and by the straight and narrow in going to farm and V. Randal was called to Cin-

be a success. way, the Jax Air News is for office. Mrs. Sprague down near Haw- cinnati due to the serious illness of

Sincerely Yours everyone, so get your copy on Monday, October 30th her brother. Marie McCarty is
W. W. SMITH Thursdays by the big north doors. of Massachusetts. She (] is visiting in back at work after having been:
U. S. been changes madein
Navy There's some
Captain
a week. D. C. off for some time with a badly Infected -
Commandant.pJJKfRCRAFT. Aircraft Overhaul which we While in to see Pat, recent hurricane at foot. R. E. Altwater is back
-- ':- hope are for the best. New jobsas to Johnny Finenco wind was howling, after several days' illness. W. L.

S well as new faces should create Cailson. Incidentally. coming down in tor I Still is still on the sick list We
plenty of new interest. Mr. Whid- son will go on night was coming over ; hope he improves rapidly and will

don) long time Quarterman of Shop and mist of the peo- ; be back with us soon. E. T. Erick-
No. 37. has exchanged shops with day.Johnny has been for safety but the son is on leave for a few days.

Mr. Everett, long time Quaiter- Can't make any Shack located Berneda Kirkbride has just returned -
; V'
; Jt RHAU L man of No. 38. Mr. Hansen. future. Poor thing Fa I down the beach, from her home In Ohio

\\VJ' .J Ldgmn in 38, is now Ldgmn. of looking for a cook. Nell about his prop- where she enjoyed a visit with her
i 39. Mr. Maycumber, 39A Snapper to Miami on) a vacation. he had closed in face mother and her two children Bar-

is 39C Ldgmn. Another capable while inquiring for news He put on his rain I ney Fuller has also returned to
0f Snapper has been transferred to someone ( ?) says, his way to the work front leave spent In Ala-

39A in the person of Mr. Brad- way, guess you knew how it was faring bama.

shaw. formerly of 39C. Butts is the most : about knee deep in- Among the new employees this

If you see someone walking:: officer did you not? was very surprised to week are Mrs. G. :M. Davis who
Uy Amelia S. Drawdy around Aircraft Overhaul with along old dumb me, I said He investigated and was transferred from Metal and

Ldgmn. Maycumber of 39C> has face, you will know that it is ( ?) said "Sure his had shorted the Machines, and J. T. Jones. We

ben up a tree lately, according to me caused from not being a good every ash tray in the the juke-box to start welcome back J. T. Nash AMMP2c
close friends and he wasn't looking I loserr There I II* also a moral in No foohn'." You guessed it. The who has been attending Propeller

for or visiting relatives either. this tory People talk too much. At this point if it's Me, Hold Me." School in Chicago for several -

As I heard the story it seems that I Several weeks ago when things and I am not asked to had a tooth filled ; months.KLKCTR1CAL.

Mr. Maycumber had a very nice I'' were looking bright and hopeful post, I had better get This Monday he had SHOP NO. 11

little boat tied up at his favorite for the Allies, me not having anything here in the shop .or pulled. .I Hy Viola Kot.fevt,.>kl

fishing grounds, when along came better to do, was idly chat- --- -- week for the shifts We welcome two civilian Inspec-

the hurricane and boat as well an ting about how soon the war was Romantic Science likes--some don't tors to our shop. Miss Betty Lee,

dock Is still missingThe next : going to be over when one of the Jane: "What's the I who hails from Birmingham Ala.

time you're up a tree Mr. May- i "brighter t-upeivisois" pinned me discovered?" % Tjjjj | bama where she was a pre-flight

cumber, if the results are any more' down to Hating a date backed up Joan: "The bigger of-a Smile-costs Inspector on B-24's and R. L.
satisfactory, let us know. with a five dollar bet. Well-todayis harder they fall!" creates much. It is Carpenter who was with the U. S.

There has been a great deal of the day. "Downtown. > -daylight to the I Engineers before being transferredto
heavy thinking on my part here of Pauline Stephenson, better to the Sad this station. We're all sorry to
late concerning ways and meansof known as! "Mickey Mouse," of) the What a Tale! best antidote for lose Marian Groth, who' had to

collecting the most news from PabriC Shop has our sympathy in Nit "Thnt dog has a it cannot be bought resign because of ill health. We ,I
the most people in our division the recent" loss of her roof that was I never aw such a owed or stolen wish her a speedy recovery. Others .
After a brief conference with our blown away during the recent hur must be three feet!" I / that is no who have resigned are Aline

congenial; foreman) Mr. Jack Rich. ricane. Hope you have anotherby Wit: "Y ah, It's his to anybody-until it Grant and Ruth Jenkins. All,three

aids and A & 0 Officer, Lieut DOW Mickey! "Downtown gills will be greatly missed.r : .








_ .o! ",_ .... ........ ..'-..' ---
.. .., "--- o> -... "1': ""- ---_
'
-
4ImII.! ,. :.'



.. ..' .. '
,

.




, I ( !f )LJ ': :. )'I M' )IT ..=r? Vn1: Hirt 1 \ .. I ? ,

.. .. ._._..
) Page Ten -- NATTCJAX: AIR NEWS SECTION .2 November 1944



I .0 mmnt'immmaama WELFARE' ammoamaor HOBBIES HAVE "Carving Lesson"-In A_Big Way "Dishing Out" Is



o PRESENTSTwo g THEIR PLACEAT ; j"i ... Small Part Of The

t +
t > 34

c NATTC ,. Story Of Chow f)

.
I Two top-rated movies with top-
Is the spice of "Food sufficient in
rated Hollywoodites in leading They say variety quantity ex.,
life and believe when it cellent In well ,
roles are offered this week by the you me quality, prepared
to hobbies at NATTC "
and served.
comes we properly
Welfare Department in the New
Auditorium. Adding zest and variety have just about every hobby rep- (Signed),

to the week's entertainmentmenu resented. Avery Graves (W. O., USMC)
There Is for Instance, E. A. Johnson Officer of the Day.
is vaudeville tonight at 1800
and 2000. S2c, who comes from Houghton pt1 The above is typical of the official .

J The personality show tonight Michigan. Before going Into daily report made on Galley
brings to NATTC a number of the Navy he worked In a copper No. 3, at NATTC. But this terse
mine out West and later he en-
acts at comment, favorable, even flatter
specialty currently playing
clubs in Jacksonville In addition tered the culinary trade, workingIn ing, falls far short of telling the
a bakery. It was here that he whole
Interesting story that lies
to those entertainers some of the
found it to toss around '
necessary behind it.
"lads from home" are on the bill
I with the popular Air Raiders fur- 100-pound sacks of flour so the Let's say, for instance, you're

nIshing the music. and Hal Ab- idea came to Johnson-"Why not enjoying a tender steak. You may .
build myself up and learn the scientific even so far as to
bott emceeing with a dish of his N go express your
own hot footwork included, way of handling weights"Soon I appreciation, between mouthfuls,
; the instruction books ar- to the man next to you. But of

rived. course it never occurs to you that
f The local smithy made him upa the man who supervised the prep.
set of bars and Johnson was off aration and serving of that steak
Waves seeking Cooks and Bakers ratings of first-hand
fame and fortune. He found at get plenty
to
first that he could lift 127 poundsby training here at NATTC and. so far, hate been learning the anatomyof has been at it for thirty-two years; .,
beef and lamb that he has cut meat on a pitch. ., )
the two-hand "jerk method'This pork, producers rapidly enough. They're getting
was about two years ago. good training under the supervision of Lt. George E. Drach, who in ing destroyer In a heavy sea that -

Now he Is up to 207 pounds Using citilian life wan a restaurantetir, as well as nucresftful attorney, in made it Impossible to use the con
Springfield, Ill.WAVES ventional meat-cutting block, and,
Johnson has
the "press up, ----- rigging a stirrup to the swaying
-- ------ -- -
-- ----
done 162 pounds and the snatch hook upon which the meat hung,
i 157. He has dead-lifted 400 LEARN INSTRUCTOR GETS has actually ridden it. as a cowboy
pounds. "I wish I could find some would ride .
an unruly horse expertly
men here," says Johnson, "who TRICKS OFCOMMISSARY
wr.r'M carving off steaks with each
are interested In weight lifting TRAINING HERE dizzy swing of the ship'That's !
Possibly we could arrange a contest -
only one of hundreds of
"
true experiences related by 49-{
I Then there is M, M. Lamont AND USES IT Chief
year-old CommIssar Stew
S2c a Wave, who is originally "We've only been here a week,
ard R. DePue Genial white-
Henry ,
I from Scotland. She now hails from but we surely have learned a lot,"
I that far-famed spot where a tree said one of the newlyarrivedWaves Lieut Vaughn Bres has now haired, bright-eyed Chief DePue
attached to the commis- completed a cycle. The last time commands considerably more than
grows, you guessed It-Brooklyn sary department. This group of he was in Jacksonville he was a the mere respect of his crew
t. Lamont worked in New York City
." '-' : and to get back and forth necessi- eight young women, since their ar- student in the Aviation Ordnance In each of his men, the Chief
tated use of the subways Shouldwe rival from Hunter College are fast Officer School, being put throughhis has instilled a sincere desire to

'...;4 more? But if have becoming expert meat-cutters, paces In "gunnery," as this not only prepare and serve meals
Greer Carson say you bakers, and cooks, taking over course was called until recently. that will be nourishing and healthful -
had the chance to ride
never on
The bill includes Ann Russell, those underground carriers we will 1I/MI". ..... the same jobs Now he's on the sending end of but also to prepare and serve
c "' as male person- this same school, dishing It out to them in a manner that will give
vocalist: Betty Lou, acrobatic tell that at rush hours
Marion you you nle In the Com- present students on the problemsof the sailors and marines, who three
dancer; Sage, dancer; anda have to be a contortionist to get
missary Department times daily consume the food,
number of others who promiseto on and oft. Hence the procurement
thought '
of to look forward to
Some to
something ,
fill the hour and a half with "I should be an acrobat''" She and distribution .
them are already relish, and remember gratefully
fine lighter entertainment.Greer took it to "' of (
up very seriously going ordnance for ,
Garson t graduates I In order to be "sufficient in
and Walter Pid-
school and practicing at nights. of the Waves' advance bases. : quantity," meats, vegetables,
geon who already have gone way She has performed at many ,. Cooks and Bakers '
--w fruits, etc., must be ordered far in
In
between
out In front
as a team In Movie- places Including the Academy of
School at advance in 100-man units in other
;
land NATTC these tripsto
bring to tomorrow Music in Brooklyn and incidentallyhas
Hunter.
words, plans for only one meal
Jacksonville
night and ,
a new widely-heralded turned down a number of of- '
film version of Louis Broomfield's"Mrs. We have it Bres has had must include a knowledge of prop

Parkington." The film covers straight fromLt ample oppor- er dietary balance and a whale of
a whole period from 1872 to Geo. K. Druch Lieut George E tunity to put i, a lot of arithmetic and paper work.
l 193S with "flashbacks." The story Drach, Assistant Commissary Of- the theory he Assisting Chief DePue in the bookkeeping

opens in Leaping Rock, Nev.. ficer at NATTC that the Wavesare learned here into I department is SK3c J. D.

where Major Parkington has married proving themselves adaptable practice atl t, Vaughn tires Ellis
the daughter of a boarding to the various jobs, whether it be I Munda and Guadalcanal. I J. I. Johnson, Ship's Cook le, Is

f housekeeper. The story contains a tending the store room as "Jacks- "The slickest operation I've ever the Chief's right hand man, assist.
I pending elopement of a grand. o'-the-Dust," handling complicated seen is the way our Seabees can ing in all of the myriad of details -

daughter, an embezzlement, and 0 baking machinery, or presiding' set up shop after we've knockedout involved in the galley's smooth
the sacrifices of Mrs. Parkington over a giant frying pan Formerlya an enemy aIrfield. Once we operation. Johnson has just returned -

to make things right. Those sac I restaurant owner, Lieut. Drachis take it, those guys can convertit from 27 months of sea duty
rifices are portrayed in the best in a particularly good positionto to a useable operating base so m the South Pacific. .
Garsonian mannerThere judge the work of these young fast it makes your head swim," Contrary to appearances at first
women during their orientation in Bres tells his students. "There's glance it is difficult to write a
i' s. X NATTC's galleys, and is enthus- been a lot written about split sec- matter-of-fact account of activities .

I tastic about the possibility of addi- ond team work on carriers. Well, and personnel at Galley No. 3.

p J I tonal Waves being appointed to the way those rugged Seabees can The men in charge are all vet.

i his department. fill in bomb craters, clear away erans with colorful stories of their '
..ti ,I' Lieut Drach who has been pro- felled trees, lay down hard coral own This, then, is the first of a
f viding NATTC with proteins, calories runways, and enlarge fighter fields series of articles on the all-impor
l etc., since last March hails for bomber bases is the best ex- tant function of feeding hungry
from Springfield, Ill., where in addition -
I ample of lightning-like team work sailors and marines and the men
" f to practicing law and being since the 1941 Chicago Bears!" who make chow time the real
the author of ponderous volumes on
I His enthusiasm for the work of event it isRusty .

I oper- the boys who pave the way for --e>....
the aviation maintenance and ord-
I information, he "eats here him- Takes Duty
to in is basedon
nance crews come
'f i self : we recently found him
I
their job of the
amazing getting
catching a snack (no doubt prepared Seriously Makes
I huge field at Munda for ,
t ready
Yd Waves! in of the
. by ) one
I galleys! combat operations two days afterit Duty RegularlyDuty

I __-__'-____ was taken. Bres was with the
w advanced based maintenance and or no duty, Rusty Intends
;. .. '.V,. I ordnance unit sent into Munda to to see his master every day-and ,
'a more drama and the best y """, -: Has Bigger Job arm the planes and keep 'em he does. -

of acting in next Wednesday's ? .- flying. A canine citizen of Dewey Park
presentation when Ethel Barry- M M. Lamont rr In the course of even a short- where he resides at the Bud Len-
more and Cary Grant come to the fers including one to Join the Chester length operation such as Munda ham dwelling. Rusty eagerly

screen in "None But The Lonely Hale Girls Show "I am. somewhat I the ordnance crew sees many awaits his master's homecomingevery

Heart. I out of practice now. Lamont J i phases of combat. They frequentlymove three out of four days But
The story has an English set- tells us "but with a little time I in right on the heels of the on those fourth duty days the a

ting laid just pnor to the current could get back into my routine I retreating Japs, before snipers intellectual Irish Setter doesn't sit ., I
World War, and Is concerned with of splits, stands and bends" Her have been wiped out. They may home cooling his heels in a futile
Young Ernie Mott, embitteredover picture leads us to believe that she expect retaliation by enemy aIr- wait.

the loss of his father In the has been getting in a little secret ae craft Instead he beads for NATTC.

First World War and over the end- work.A .i "RunnIng for foxholes gets to be Flashing his I.D. to the Marinesas
less struggle of his mother against hunter who mounts his own so routine the fellows don't even he speeds through the gate the

always-impending poverty.The specimens, or, a taxidermist who get scared of being hit," Is the rusty looking Rusty heads for the
schedule: at the New Audi- likes to hunt, is Delbert A Hays, word Bress gives the lads at AOO swimming pool where Bud usuallycan

torium: AEMlc, of Denver, Colorado, as- School. "We saw a lot of fine be found. And if his master
Tonight 1800 and 2000, Vaude- sistant In visual aids at AEM work by our new night fighters," isn't at the pool, Rusty conductsa

ville Show, Hal Abbott, emcee, Air School. His dad, it seems, started t he says. Bres saw two big Jap Center-wide hunt until he locates -
Raiders taking him along on hunting trips ; bombers shot down over 'Guadal- Bud. .

Friday, 1730 and 2000, "Mrs. in the Colorado Rockies when he \ canal in one of the first opera- Rusty's quest isn't an occasional

Parklngton," with Greer Garson was seven years old. Rather than tions of our new night interceptor one It happens every fourth day
and Walter Pidgeon: brag about the one that "was technIque. "Seeing what those right on the button. Rusty stays
Saturday, 1800 and 2000 "The twice as big as Dad's" he decidedto babies can do takes a big load of with his boss, who is a SpAlc,
Big Noise" with Laurel and Har keep actual proof of his marks- .. worry"off the minds of our ground until Bud Instructs him to go home.

dy. manship, and enrolled in a cor- crews, Then Rusty adjusts his rolled

Sunday, 1500 "The Sky's The respondence course and started In Lt. Thomas A, Paulson has The big job of the aviation ord- neckerchief and trots home to
Limit" ( with Fred to mount his timber nance crews Is to supervise the
replay) Astaire own squirrels had hopes since' being in Floridaof await Bud's homecoming on the
and Joan Leslie. He now has everything froma movement of aircraft armament morrow.
In little duck bunting
getting a -
Sunday, 1800 and 2000, "My Pal field mouse to a deer's head 'midst the compartite comfort from supply ships to their final at- -

Wolf," with Jill Esmond and Una mounted at home and the finger of a southern climate He' tachment within our planes. It "I recommend regular purchaseof
takes great team work The Avia-
O'Connor. dexterity he had practiced stood I sure It would be quite different War Savings Bonds for all naval
Monday, 1800 and 2000, "Young him in good stead"wh en he took from duck hunting In Minnesota. tion Ordnance Officer School at personnel.. Every turee dollars of .
! In Heart" (replay) with Paulette up his electrical work I New and broader duties however NATTC is preparing men to keep your pay that you invest In War .,)
the
with phenominal develop-
Goddard. "Ring necked pheasants are to pace Bonds will be returned to
probably are going kH'phim now you
in
ments aviation
Tuesday 1800 and 2000, "Wave, among the most satisfactory specimens I Lished pretty securely to his striking power ten years hence with an additional
which the
Wac, or Marine," with Elyse Knox to work with and give about desk He Is now Acting Personnel are winning war.. dollar of interest. Let your dollarsdo
and Henry Youngman. the prettiest results, (besides be- Officer, NATTC, having relieved -- --- double J duty, establishing a post.

Wednesday 1800 and 2000, ing excellent eating!)" says Hays. Lt. Comdr. Robert V. Ca War bond dollars are double war nest egg for your own use,
r "None But The Lonely Heart," And he's been wishing for one of Bkfy. Lt. Paulson has been Senior duty dollars-they help the U. S. and meanwhile doing their share
1 with Ethel Barrymore and Cary his coyote-skin rugs to step out Assistant Personnel Officer A. today and they help you tomorrow toward victory" _. V*.r Ari"t-'

" Grant. on these chilly Fall mornings! I since August, 1913. | W. B. Young










1' A ':"'" -, ...,v !'III -- .-.:"" ---r: --. -4 't'.l .,r"-\\ .. -



.



I 2 November, 1944 NA'ITC.JAX > i'
AIR NEWS SECTION Page EI ven.

rrrr.rr.r.rr.rrr... I .. .


E.L.------------------M. A. D. jj E rr Lex Veteran Is Safety Prevails At AEM School 1 1Nt ;i



Ramblings jj E APS Student ATJen fi'



rrosaazasataranaonaara.ofly With An Ear"Hi 1 f''

Bill \VH on 4
"coach of the : r retur
We nominate as Mac! What is that you ,
week" Sgt. C. C }Iallskl. back- have in your ear. is It an ear ring it

field coach of the M.A.D. Raiders.who1 and where did you get it?" tee ..' ,

lost their second game of the Yea it is >1 ... 1
a gold ear ring: and It r cw
season to the strong A.E.M. Wildcats goes with the left ear of Wood H. .... .1
-,7-6. This Is the second time Richmond, AMMlc who is a student .f

they have played the Wildcatsthis at the Automatic Pilot School. It Is reported that orders are j

season, losing both games by Richmond hails from Kansas :! piling up for the "automatic salu- I"a

the fame score, BO you see the City Mo., and was on the "I 'x. ter" which received wide publicity i
two teams are jnlghty equal in ington" when she went down. He last week in this paper. We hate 1

slapping the pig skin around. entered the Navy in May 1941 and >: to tell you nfates, but a very' high j

The two Marine coaches Haliski after about six months of shore priority is required and the chances .

and Bellani, had no excuse for duty he picked up the "Lex" at ,:. are that most of us will have to .
losing the game, they said "We Pearl Harbor. continue to use the old fashioned 1

lust played a darn, strong team "Gee, what a beauty of a ship.I '"' i -' method. Well, after all isn't the 1
Raidt"u' old fashioned method !
well coached. The generally
that was couldn't have asked for anything ,...
coaches take off their hatsto ''t > + considered the best.
better. ;
We did :
patrol work for '
; "
W ; ; A<
'
: Dr ::
two swell plgskln-toters. left about two months without a bit tl..l
halfback N. P. Scarpelli and fullback of excitement, but in February the I They get all "the word" over at AKM School where part of their We thought at first it was ahoy

B. J. Brown, for their run- fun began. We were off Bongain- training Include checking plane*-just an they would in combat for Lt. Sauter, officer In charge

ning and passing ability. ScarpelllJ ville headed for Rabaul when two zones There Isn't a student at XA'rrCho won't agree that Safety of the AEM School. The way he .

tossed a dozen or more strikes In waves of Jap twin engine planes Is stressed all the way through. Here they're getting It In a practical was acting at the AEM-Maiine

Thursday's game came in. There were about twenty way.Marine. football game last Thursday. You
.t ttlng back to Haliski. the gent planes in all. Our planes were up. ---- ----- should have seen him bouncing up

from Portland Ore., wherehe "I was in the ammunition hand- Conserves IBM MACHINES I and down. Need we say that the
for AEM team won, possibly due to'
varsity quarterback
played ling crew, we were on the five inch
Mr.
three years at the University of guns in the portside aft gun pocket SHUFFLE CARDS I of Sauter's enthusiasm.Last unusual. demonstration

Oregon. The Sgt. gave us a recapof and believe me we were puttingup Shoe Leather At I
the funniest play he ever pulled a lot of stuff. One Jap plane I --
in college football. "One afternoon made a suicide attempt to crash GET RESULTSDid Friday at 0800 we observeda

we were kicking the devil land on our flight deck, but we Wave Barracks large number of officers and

out e>f Oregon State. fact Is we got him before he came too near you know that a certain men standing by for "colors." The

were oo far ahead of them I and his plane hit the aft end of By G. I. ZannerOn piece of electrical machinery on word had gotten around that the

thought I would pack the ball on the flight deck and crashed into behalf of the girls of Bar- the station knows more about you band was going to give us a pie-
view of Lt.
The all the water. By the time we had fint. than know yourself, (jg) E. K. Ender'amusical
the next play. play was racks 54, we ,wish to express our you computesyour talent. Miss Ender, whois
set to go when our coach "Tex" -'!"* thanks to all the girls that helped I examination grades with in the welfare department is

Oliver sent in two green guards, make plans for the picnic supperthe greater accuracy than the strictest an accomplished musician and
after telling the two new guardsto p arithmetic teacher, and can tell
other The food
.. Monday night. composer. Among her better
really hit low on this play and ,. was very good and everyone en- how long you and your buddies known compositions is "".an'l! of

I make a hole for me to go through. .. I joyed it a great deal. Also our have been here and where ;you the Navy" which Chief Johnsonand

The hall was snapped!' but these ...- deepest thanks to those bakers who came from? his band played at colors on
two guards stood!' up and let the 1 '.'2 wt"I slaved so hard to make those This fabulous machine or collection Navy Day.

whole team swarm in. I was sosurprised 'if... ..:4 rolls. They really were delicious.We of International Business I _

that I just stood there I -\ also thank our guests of Machines as they are called resides -I Users and advocates of "Kleen

gaping as two of Oregon' State's I honor for attending and hope they I 500-A where in room Chief 129 Joseph of Building P, Can- ex" report that they are pretty

If' cwrr! I enjoyed themselves. Lt. nell, who came aboard some three their handkerchief substitute when
'
.., 6.\ rtl'hmond---ilefore and After. i weeks ago, Lt. (jg) Halford, Lt. cards in and out at the rate of we announced last week that* the
minute.
hundreds
.. ..... ished with them there was not a I i jg) Cange. Lt. (jg) Fredsall, Ens. per "A PC" season was officially

ri ::---.. :--.... single Jap plane left. We didn't I Spence, Ens. Phillips, Ens. Dev- A typical request to reach the"IBM" opened. ,
.. : ....,.... .. lose a plans and the "Lex" was lin Ens. Young, and Lt. (jg) En- Department which is supervised -
'
: in perfect shape." I der who Is so well known at Hunter by Lt. H. W. Chandler wouldbe The reception at the club for
from the office
personnel
.. After this engagement the College, for her song "WAVESOF one the Admiral and Commandant wasa
,,, b' "Lex" sailed for the Coral Sea and THE NAVY" which she wrote asking how have many had of our continuous Ship'sCompany large success and all thoroughly

headed into the Gulf of Papua. She while stationed there. enjoyed themselves. However some
shore since 1942. Another
was joined by the "Yorktown" fora D'ja know that about onefourthof duty bureau officers were possibly a bit plow
be from Washington -
raid on Lae and Salamua. Lt. the WAVES have garrison caps might in getting their "blues" out of the
\ asking for a routine listing
"Butch" O'Hare was a member of stored away just in case 1'e of examination grades to be usedin attic. A slight odor of moth balls

O lz / the group which raided these Jap might add--they're only to lookat a statistical study on sailors.Two was scented
held bases. The "Lex" then movedon longingly as yet girls. these machinescan

Ii. to Pearl Harbor for rearmingand One of the busiest gals on the men using One of our friends has at last
rOI\ ) do in eight hours what would
overhauling. compound is S2c Christy who has been able to purchase a "war
I .
./ ... take fifteen ten days to
11-/ "When this was completed, been doing a commendable job of yeomen alarm." We asked him if it work.
do hand The filing, sorting,
---f Richmond disclosed, took off by ed all right to which he
we in replied
-- promoting participation sports ,
of resultsare
(JJ listing, and interpreting
( ; in the direction of Australia as a activities, but Christy, we'd all done with complete accuracy. "Its the principal of the thing that

\ report had come in that the Japs appreciate it if you Just broughtthe (We don't tell our kid brother in matters, owning a"clock puts me
: were preparing a landing on Aus- girls back in one piece. the fourth grade about this but in the upper crust.
;i<: b ards walked through the tralia and it was our job to head
Which subtracts
,. I now brings to mind the one contrivance adds, ,
, line naaid. 'hello Haliski/ and them off. On the way down we Chief John Daugherty, who has
. I fact that S2c King is oddly enough, multiplies, and divides; and with-
"JnAtktu e flat on my sitter. I ran into a couple of Jap carriers, allergic to crackers in bed. This out a mistake, too!) been assisting in handling the

bil1t'k ]>hayed for the Air Raid- I we sank one and crippled the Navy life surely is rough, eh Rita ?" -" NATTC intra-mural sports program -
other. The "Yorktown" was withus .
JIIJi.t! anon and was acrom- was detached last week and
., .. :wo chaps he played ball I Itr'll again, together with a numberof Anent romance-nothing muchneW I "Our Navy not only forms thisnation's assigned to duty at Sampson N. Y.
11J ) Brad Eclclund and destroyers and cruisers. happening these days. Sympathy first line of defense, but it who hails from Hold-
. age. I
( ISth 'General cards are in order--for S2c leader in another highly enville.
Jtu: e ion. Ecklund is playing "On May Quar- also is a
first string center on the all-station ters' was sounded at about 1100. Colley. She says "I don't know i important I phase of our war program teams in Oklahoma nine years before -
"
team and playing bang-up ball Approximately eighty Jap planes why, but everything I do is wrong! I the purchase of war savings entering the Navy. He was

tt<(). were reported heading for us. I Gee, that surely' makes life tough.doesn't bonds. This leadership has been an official in the NATTC Foot-

Haliski is an old married man of was at mess and could not get to it? I made possible through the patri- ball Conference.

three months and has become quitea my station so I took a positionin And now, girls, you may have otic and generous response of naval Daugherty joins Chiefs Bill Mu-
domestic creature, he now the starboard midships gun noticed a certain Marine is having I and civilian personnel to the gov sick and K, C. Miller, who left the
can pocket where we had 1.1 guns. current interests in gracing the ernment's appeal for funds with previous week, in attending the

than press a shirt without burning more The Japs came in and we gave lounge, evening after evening, and which to purchase the tools of Navy rehabilitation school at
one hole in it. He is marriedto
Wave Bernice Fullerton. Bernke's them everything, they kept com- the M. A, A. can always be heardat war."-Vice Admiral Randall Jacobs Sampson.
ing, over and over again. When that certain time with "Gram- --%.Jj-
home is New Jersey, butshe
they finally left us we had shot metz, need I,.say more ?" But dare
met the Sgt. here. XMAS WRAPPINGTO
down forty-five planes but the old'Lex' I that he claims "It's betterto
say "The heaviest burden which R\
S-Sgt. R. P. Rovinskt hails from
had received three totpedoand
Utica New York, and has seena two bomb hits. She was beginning go talking, than" to go walking man can carry is an empty puiee. BE EASIER
-It saves shoes. the Navy allotment plan makes It
lot of action in the Raiders'backfield
to list and the fires which
----- possible to buy bonds today so that FOR ALL HANDSIsn't
with his brilliant tackling had been started were getting cut
A good man plus War Bonds we need not suffer economic bond-
and running plays. This gent of control. We were ordered to Admiral W. it trouble enough to lemem.
has the edge on a good man-allot age tomotl'ow-Vice
tips the scales<< at 175 and is a Severalof ber what
stand by to 'abandon ship. for that today. L. Calhoun. size she wears and what
shade over five feet eight in other us ran to the Ship's Service. We plus ---- color she likes and to save the
-
words he's just a package of got about two gallons of ice cream, dough to buy it, without having to

dynamite. ate it and then ran to the side of One Of "Magic wrap it up and tie it besides? At

cvsinski has had four years of the ship .. least that's what Mrs. Dee, official -

h school ball and one year of "I jumped in the water. It was ""," ," ,.';"',, \t, .,..._...,,> hostess of the Hostess House,
liege before entering the Corps. then about 1630 and I was pickedup \: t. and our own NA Tl'CEN'ave8

After the war he has plans to go in a short time. The sea around ; ; .. think, so here's the plan:
back to was swarming with motor launches t
college and get some more Beginning 1 November to 23
football under his belt along with and whale boats. After It was fin- ,.' -, ', December .
Monday through Satur
an education ally decided that the 'Lex' could ,
Jf\ Machines"U day from 1700 to 2100, gift packages -
The not be saved she was torpedoed
Is with
Sgt. the
quartermasters :"
: brought the Hostess House
to
here. by our own destroyers.' Gee! did \
:
department
will be wrapped, free of
charge
,
we hate to see the old lady go she ,
va: died, though, as she would have ,_'. "'" ,>, '' all wrapping materials furnishedby
An' one more way of helping the '
wanted to." our Ship's Service. And Waves
war effort a large company In Richmond continued "I was tIi have volunteered to do the work

Greenville, Miss., puts the stampson brought back to San Diego en a under the supervision of Mrs. Dee

every letter written by an employee transport and later I again shippedto and the Wave officers at NATTC.
to in the armed
services. anyone Pearl Harbor staying there for : .r Packages\ will be stamped

a year. After that I was! stationedIn tl "Wrapped by Waves" on the out ..
the Wallis Islands, then in the __a
While there than 59,
are more side.The
Kllice Islam group. Next 1 war ,, tit Waves .
000,000 silver dollars In circulation d are prepared to tac.
moved to Samoa. I came back to i kle the most .difficult wrapping-
many people, especially in the cast
have never seen one. the States in June. problem (they'd prefer not to have
"Oh. I forgot. You were interested live elephants, though), and getit

The first President of the United in my ear" ring. Well I got A a '. ready for mailing.

States to ride in an automobile was that in Samoa Incidentally if anyone should be
aIt's ------
-- -
-
Theodore Roosevelt. It was at to--'flRve V : afraid that she won't understand
tf ord. Conn., in September' smarter first and "Wrapped by Waves," remind her
"
spend what's left" than to pend
that last year Red Crow volun- "
left"
first and save what's
-
I teers and Navy wives wrapped
H has been estimated that if nil
the concrete In Gland Coulee dam When opportunity knocks War 5.000; Christmas packages right
were used for load construction, Bonds will help you open the door Spl)2c) (" r' Shelton U shoran operating one of the fabulous HIM here at NATTC.iiI
at the This Is of rrach'r. ---
there would be enough to build a machines ArtmlnMrafion Building one the *
:''I ifcJiway from New York to Seattle Your profit is TOJO'B loss!! Allot which dOf'Oj'ln eight hours. the work It usually would take 15: yeomen Ponds vs bondage. Allot for

and back via Los Angeles. for War Bonds now" I 10 days to do. That, males, is (having manpower. War Bonds today! t.








- -' -' ,i .



.. .. R Ll
.


,

l ,

Page; Twelve' NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 2 November. 1944



Schools Try Hard For Win Mayport Fliers Coming Here, Play Marines,





Schools In Inter-Station Return Game _


------------- .
NATTC will have its first home .J

Student Was On inter-station football game of the GollotteVinner
season tomorrow afternoon when
the Mayport Fliers Journey in from Of War Bond In

Task Force That their naval beach resort to tangle
with a Training Center squad made 2nd Lucky Bag

up of two of the four teams in the Don't ever think that W. E.

Got Five Subs intra-station conference here. Gollotte. S2c, who is residing tern.
The M.A.D. Raiders and ARM- porarily in Barracks 2, doesn't
low would you like to be In on AOM Radio-waves will team up know his football or at least
five German sub kills? That is in an all-out effort to avenge their didn't know it last week. Gollotte

what happened to R. D. Lindgren, colleagues, the Ship's Company topped the field of entries In the
SK1c, currently a student at the Salts and AEM Wildcats, who NATTC Football "Lucky Bag."
Aviation dropped a 6-0 decision to
Storekeeper School. the Fliers
For his efforts and his football
s Lindgren, who hails from Los three weeks ago at the beach.
knowledge, he's now the ofa
owner
entered the in January Mayport, led by two
Angeles backs
"': Navy good ,
H
$25: War Bond, first prize in the
1942 having served Synakowskt and Whitehart
as a out-
.- ..:..aVRa"i a .. :: + i Marine Private in the last war. played the local grldders in, the I weekly contest conducted by the
NATTC Section of Jax
Danny Drlcoll, runner for the %OM-AIi )( football combination, Until November of '43 be was first meeting, and the Raiders and Air News
tried hard last week along with his teammates, to gather up a victory on duty at sev- .. "... -- I Radio-waves have a tough job with Welfare Department sponsor-
over Ship's Company's Salts. He's shown above as he dashed eral West Coast "... ahead of them in attempting to ship. If he hasn't already doneso

Around his right end; but Salts can be seen closing in to smother him. shore_ stations W.. '12.: even the series. The tilt will start Public, he can Relations collect Office the Bond 138 at the
---- at 1600 Ad
and then re- : Friday at the NATTC foot
NATTC GRID STANDINGS ported aboard ball field. ministration Building Annex.

Experience Is Team W. L. Pts Pta CVE. aj Meanwhile AEM and Ship's Co., A. H. Murphy, SpAlc( ) of Bad
Scored AU'd Upon lea --i whose scheduled contest was racks 11, finished second in t.,}
AEM .... ..... ... 3 0 38 12M.A.D. the West Coast poned when they post- weekly contest and now has a-
Varied Among .. ........ 2 2 31 14 the carrier went against the good start toward War Bond-
received Fliers will a
S 2 26 ; clash today in a regular .
W.f; A8 :::::: I 3 HL'iOI'IOUAL 93 its first < league game, starting at 1715.: $10 in War Savings Stamps. Just

APS Instructors"Watch assignment for74"'- is The undefeated Wildcats firmly behind him was J. A. Caccimisi,
SCORERS sub patrol. ,' < perched on top of the NATTC Con S2c, also of Barracks 2. '

makers. CAP Lieutenants R.Name-Team Coulter AEDt .4 TD Pat Tot The task SlUe ference with three victories, will The next five winners, each of
field and Brown, MAD.' .:: : :.2 I ig : force set sail n. O. Lindgren, be seeking No. 4 today, while the whom has received or will receive
factory men over- . during late December and at first
Thrash ARM .1 1 7 Salts, with one $3.25 in War Savings
head door salesmen. You wonder M cFadden. ARM .. .1 1 7 much to the disgust of all hands, victory and two Stampswere
what they have to do with an Yablonsky ARM 6Potter defeats, will attempt to climb back : W. A. Ruffer, AOM3c, Bar.
Automatic Pilot School" Chief G. AE AS .::: :} :: 6Scarpelll things: were far too quiet. One up to the .500 mark. racks 65; J. D. Eisenhart, S2c
.. day the word came that two subs
M.A.D. .1 .. 6 Off
H. Moore was giving us the low Curran Dt.AD.,1 .. sRager were in the vicinity and had been last week's results, it appears Barracks 69; G. B. Bennett, S2c.
down on what a magnificant job SC that AEM is exactly one Barracks 70; J. V. Whltson, Y2c,
: :::::: :l :: g gTosllne. located by PBY's, so the carrier
sc'
of personnel selection the Navy M cGowan. point better than the second place Barracks 8; and K. W. Rltter,
DhAU. .. .1 6 set sail in the direction of their
had done choosing the instructors Blakele. SC . .. .. 1 1 rendevous. General Quarters was Marine eleven. For the second time SK2c. Barracks 413
this season the --1 &---
Wildcats
.
* for the school."I sounded and torpedo bombers and nipped
mentioned fighters made ready for the take- the Raiders by the identical score
SGT. DUKE IVERSON
of 7 to 6. Such
Week-End Grid Menu was not the case
those men at
off."This In the
was the moment we had Salts-Radios engagement. COACIES KINSTON
random from Today, 1715, AEM \s. Ship's been waiting for," says Lindgren, The Salts, who downed the Schools

among the in- Co. and we were ready for it." team. 13 to 7, in their first meet, Marine Sgt. Duke Iverson a
Friday, GOO, l\Ia)1mrt \'s. had the situation
structors. Everyman The subs were finally reversed on them mighty fine football player who
NATTC (Marines the Radiowaveswon left the Marine Aviation Detachment
have luck
we ). was good--one being re-
a hard-fought 6 to 0 deci- at NATTC several months
was fuled from the mother and in
ship
picked be- (At field west!' of Bks. 19.)
MAINSIDE no position to dive. Both were hit sion.The ago, now is coaching the Kins-
cause he was Saturday, 1530 All Station and sunk in short order. The third Marine-Wildcat clash wasa ton (N. C. ) Air Base grid team.
highly qualifiedfor Fliers Point Marinesat was found soon after and depth- close one, with the AEM lads Iverson was captain and block-
ws Cherry
the work of ._4 Mason Field. charged successfully "By this having just enough to win. ing back with the classy 1913 Air
training men to f f IN TOWN time we felt like old-timers," said After advancing to the M.A.D. Raiders who represented NATTCin

keep the Navy's ACMM Friday, 2000, Lamlon Highs./ Lindgren. Forty-three survivors 15-yard-line twice, AEM started a big time competition, and before
Automatic PiG.. II. Moore, Lee High at Jacksonville Muni- were taken. third drive late in the second pe- joining the Marines, he gained all-
lots in top condition. Their back cipal Stadium.was After further patroling a fourth riod that resulted in its touch- American mention for his play at
grounds are highly interesting as down
sub was found, sunk and five survivors just five seconds before the Oregon U.
you will" see when you talk to aboard the Wasp on December were picked up and brought half ended. Quarterback R. Coul- Duke apparently is combining

them. 7, 1941. I aboard. The fifth U-boat was ter, who turned in a fine leather- his imagination with his grid skill

The Chief was right about their At present there are five classes caught and knocked off in the approved lugging job for the Wildcats, set in directing the Kinston service
interesting backgrounds, and Incidentally taking instruction in the Auto- style right in Mid-Atlantic. up the touchdown with a 17-yard team t& two wins in three gamesso
the Chief is quite an Interesting matic Pilot School, and upon grad- During his tour of duty aboard punt return to the Marines 28. far. According a dispatch
person himself. He call- uation the men will be sent to the CVE, Lindgren states that Fullback Loftin spun over the left from Kinston, its "Corsairs are
ed in several instructors, and here Naval Air Units. neither the ship or planes encount- side of the line for 18 yards and a using their own version of the T-
are their stories. first down on the M.A.D. 10. Left formation which they have dubbed

W. J. Rodholm. AMMlc halls Half Westphal plunged for five: 'organized confusion'."
from Elgin Illinois, and has beena Loftin bit oft four more and then '
watch maker since 1030. The ten NATTC Football "Lucky Bag"Here Coulter circled right end for the $ + r
years before he joined the Navy in sixpointer.In The following brief but draWatlcL s
July 1912 he was with the Elgin the face of a charging Ma- epitaph appears on a tombetonejiii; .z
Watch company. Feeling that the is the official football "Lucky Rag" contest blank. rine line, Coulter calmly place- the famous Boot Hill cemetei 'J4't' 1 i
Navy could make good use of his I CHECK SELECTIONS IN ALL GAMES: AND FILL IN SCORES kicked the vital extra point. Dodge City Kansas: aSIi000TEM
experience as a precision instru- IN FIRST THREE GAMES: Place blanks in "Lucky Bag" boxes : Coach Pete Bellani's Raiders -UP JAKXftj
ment expert, he obtained a leave before noon Saturday. Boxes are at SI I/t' Service, auditorium, came out fighting in the third RUN FOR SIFKRIFF r 1 87t
of absence from his company and gymnasium and Public Relations Office. I period. After exchanging punts, RUN FROM SitERiFF981$ '
I
-
joined up. Before coming to 4 November Back Tannenbaum grabbed an BURIED-
NATTC he taught instruments at Saturday, AEM boot on the M.A.D. 31 and -

87th and Anthony in Chicago. STATION FLIERS CHERRY POINT returned to midfield. Fullback Even Mark Iwain, who was no

J C. Brady, AEM3c, is from NOTRE DAME NAVY Brown found a hole in the line lover of things military, had one .
Belmond, Iowa. He was in the for a first down and then Left of his characters say "Armor is a
Army Air Corps Civil Service be- OHIO STATE INDIANA Half Scarpelll passed to End Bout. proud burden and a man stands
fore entering the Navy and for MICHIGAN PENN well for a first on the AEM 23. straight in It."
three years did aircraft electrical Three plays gained nine yards, buta
work and installed Automatic NORTHWESTERN MINNESOTA fourth down pass was incom was close and exciting, despite the
Pilots for the Army at Warner plete and AEM took over on its 14. fact that both teams were not at
PURDUEVISCONSIN
Robins Field Macon, Ga., Patterson The Wildcats passed the pigskinout full strength. Several of the Salts'

Field Dayton, Ohio, and Mor- ALABAMA GEORGIA to their 30, but here Brown best players were sidelined by in.
rison Field Palm Beach Florida.In Juries and the Radio-waves
intercepted a toss by Coulter and were
TENNESSEE
L. S. U
_
addition to his work with the the Marines had a first on the without the services of Fullback
Army he also held a commission as N C. NAVY BAINBRIDGE AEM 31. Scarpelli then loosed Thrash, one of the best backs of-
Second Lieutenant in the Civil Air 1 his pitching arm with Tannenbaum up fensively and defensively in the
TULSA IOWA NAVY _
Patrol.L. making the catch and league. Thrash was out because ofa
A. Hamilton, S2c, is a Texan UCLA MARCil FIELD I downed on the AEM 2. Brown being knee Injury suffered in practice.The .
and calls Dallas home. For five
years he was with the Sperry COLUMBIA CORNELL picked up a yard on two tries and only touchdown in the game
then slanted over right tackle to came in the first period when the
Gyroscope Company in their field
DARTMOUTH YALE make the Radios loosed aerial bolt
score AEM 7, Marines an
service office. His job while with
Sperry was to service and main- DUKE GA. TECH. 6. Striving for a tie, Brown's place- covered 37 yards to the precio.

tain Automatic Pilots on Army SMU TEXAS kick was wide and that was the I paydirt. On the first play aft!. _
ball game. Quarterback Tetreau returned a
and Navy airplanes in Florida, I
Mississippi Louisiana Alabamaand Signed (print) The Raiders threatened late in Ship's Co. punt 10 yards to the

Texas. After his time with the game but a lateral was recov- Salts' 37, Left Half} Driscoll tosseda
Sperry he was sent to Englandand Barracks Billet ered by the Wildcats on their own pass to End Yablonsky who tookit
Ireland by the Lockheed Overseas 23 to stop the march just 15 sec- on the 20 and scored standing

Corporation to do the same CONTEST RULES onds before the game ended. : up. Yablonsky, covered by two
AEM missed several Ship's Co. backs juggled the ball
type of work, and was there ten scoring opportunities
months. Hamilton is teaching trou- 1-Contest U open to enlisted personnel l at NATTC, ex- one coming in the and then picked it out of the air
ble-shooting to Automatic Pilot elusively opening minutes when End McFad- to make a successful getaway.
students. 2-All selections must be made on the official "Lucky Rag" den blocked a Marine punt which Tetreau's extra point placekickwas

W. H, Squier AMMlc, is from blank appearing In the NATTC Section of the Jax Air News each Guard J. Coulter recovered on the no good.
New Haven. Conn., and frankly week Blanks must be marked neatly and legibly M.A.D. 15. The Marines held and i The two teams battled
Bays what he did in civilian life S-Entries must be placed in "Lucky Rag" boxes before noon took over on their 10. In the throughout the last three futilely
Is a far cry from Automatic each Saturday. Roves are located at Ship's Service, the auditorium second quarter the Wildcats pushed with neither quarters
serious
Pilots-selling overhead doors. He the gymnasium, and the Public Relations Office, Room past midfield to the M.A.D. 15, but threat.mustering Coach a Kebba's
scoring George
has been in the Navy since two 138, Bltlg. 500 annex.4Contf'.tanht Back Vrelland Intercepted a pass -
months after Pearl Harbor, and must check selections in all 15: /games and must to halt the rally team recovered a Ship's Co.
graduated from the AMMA) and predict scores for first three games. In case of ties, winners will Each team made seven first fumble on the Salts' 11 as the
be determined the most correct In the three game ended. The Salts made six:
AMMB) schools at 87th and An- by scores games downs.
thony. After graduation from "B 5-Tie game count as a loss unless the contestant picks the j It was the Wildcats' first victory first downs, one more than the win-

school he was retained as an Instructor game as a tie. Winners will be published In the Air News Opinionof under Tuk Baxley. SpAlc( who ners. Left Half Helling, a real
and taught electrical the judges It final. Prizes will be Issued in the War Rond took over the head coaching reins speedster, was the Salts' offensive

theory operational and line main- Office in Hid;. 500 annex upon publication of the names of winners when Chief K C. Miller was de star.With
tenance, trouble shooting and Only one' entry Is allowed for each contestant. tached. a number of men out baA I
phases of automatic pilots. 6-Eight prizes will be awarded weekly. First prize-$23 War The School's-Ship's Co. cause of injuries Coach Cha I
Chief Moore has been in the Bond. Set'ond-IO In War Stamps Third-$3 in War Stamps game Pethtel had only 16 players available -

Navy ten years joining in July Fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth-$3.25: each In War ered any air opposition for the game. Pethtel, whois
1934. Ills present rate la ACMM Stamps. "All in all it was wonderful ex- assistant coach for the Salts,
and he earned his wings at Pen- Contest sponsored by the NATTC Welfare Department. GET perience he says, adding with directed the team in the absenceof
sacola In 1038 completing the YOUR ENTRY IN NOW. enthusiasm, "I can hardly wait to Chief Hugh Smith, who is awayon
.r year* training in ten months. He get back." emergency leave.











._ r to., .. r -' .. '.. >. ". \ --, --.:. .. .",-11
..R '