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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 1944
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 2, No 34 LUiLLULLI miimmini ii inn nn | 9 November, 1944 '6i.

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An Activity of the Naval Air Operational Training Command


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


''t.. J! Excellent Card Of Salute To Those Who Have Gone Before Community Chest I

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Pictures Will Be :l. Drive Is Off To 1 I



Shown This Month"For A Splendid StartNation's '


Whom The Bells Toll"

., Leaders Call On \
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Tops Station Bill; Other t .. :" ,
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Men In Service'To Play i
Hit Shows Are Scheduled x
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f Role *
Big In Campaign
, C'ForVhom the Bells Toll" a .
technicolor plcturlzatlon of Ernest I With considerable interest being 1

He/imlngway's masterful, best. a manifest by all hands In the Com
' munity War Chest preliminary organization i
Belling novel of the Spanish Civil plans have been completed .
War, tops the bill of fare for the and contributions are now I'

station's movie fans during November coming in, Comdr. R. R. Marken,

according to the schedule Senior Chaplain, reported this
' week Not only have civilian and l'
Just released by the Welfare and '. 4frF ;: service personnel committees begun
>-) Recreation department. 1 a : a working at the Naval Air Sta
This outstanding picture, starring F # r tion, but drives are also underwayat I
Gary Cooper and Ingrid Bergman > Jax Municipal, Mayport, Cecil
has been shown only as an ,' Field and Naval Air Gunners
extra-priced feature until now. School. The organization has been
Other hit shows are due here r:< set up to give every person aboard
also in the current month. "Dough each of these stations opportunity
Girls" taken from the successful i. to take part In this great undertaking ,
Broadway stage show, is expected I j 1
to prove popular with all hands as The importance of this work was l
is "Frenchman's Creek" Daphnede emphasized this week in a letter '
Maurier's moving story of an from President Roosevelt, who
English lady and a pirate filmed wrote, "the agencies included in 1
by Paramount In technicolor as local war funds affiliated with the i
a spectacular production. The authoress National War Fund include three \
has had other books trans- types: of service which are first,
formed into exciting motion pictures Jul those dedicated to the aid and comfort
notably "Rebecca," a smash of our armed forces at home
hit of two seasons ago. and abroad; second, those devotedto
"The Princess and the Pirate the assistance of our allies bothin
," an uproarious tale, also In occupied and unoccupied territories
technicolor, stars Bob Hope, the -especially in those coun
OI favorite Beautlous Gene Tier- tries where the dawn of liberation ,
ney and Dana Andrews share has come after four long years of 1
oppression; and third, those sere :
top honors In "Laura, a fast-
moving drama with an unusual ices which are included in local i I
twist welfare and Community Chests. To
each Individual anxious to do his
Boris Karloff now thrills you in part to support these extensive
' technicolor in "The Climax" You
": services one advantage is obvious; I
will probably want to see this one A he can make one pledge to cover I
just to find out if Karloff can scare .;;:< these essential welfare needs for
' you as badly in color as he does In "' -.; .. the coming year." :
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conventional black and white. An- _. .-, :;..... ...' "'j !1i. J.3}: '. In addition to this letter from
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other in suspense the Window story," Is with"The Edward Woman t : : : :; !-,- .", ,.- the Commander-In-Chief, Acting ..,

.., ''t. "*',' "", .. ,..... .. Secretary of the Navy, Ralph A. '
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Joan Bennett. .
G. Robinson and ,
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The WAVES can look forward to :.,A. '> 1." fidence that the campaign will
seeing" two of their favorite "swoon This Saturday will be Armistice Day, the anniversary of the ending of the first Worldar, when be a success among naval per
boys Dennis Morgan appears In, all America will pause for a brief moment to pay tribute to those who gave their lives 26 years ago to sonnel. "The President has written -
"The Very Thought of You," and preserve" the Ideals for which our country stands. asking our fullest cooperation
Alan Ladd co-stars with Loretta The people of the United States will forever be Indebted to the veterans of World War I, but we with the National War Fund
Young in, "And Now Tomorrow," of toda>'s Navy are especially obligated to those who have served before us-for the high standards, and I am confident that the
pride-in-service and tradition of victory that Is our heritage.In Navy Department In all its
the above photo-montage, S2c Billy Howell of this station gives a modern Navy salute to the branches and all those associated
Asks
Nimitz IncreaseIn
veterans of World War I-a salute standing for our pledge:: of a future Armistice Day that will guar with it will want to contribute I
War Production antee for all time the_. way of life that was made possible by the last. generously."
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personnel contributionswill
HONOLULU (CNS) Hawaii Mr. Roosevelt 'WAVE Activities be made to an officer designated I
Wives
and the West Coast of the U. S Military in each division. Any person
are in the "forward echelon of desiring information concerning
:America's arsenal of democracy," He-elecfted In Field the drive may call at the Chap. 'I
Elect OfficersMilitary Sports
Adm. Chester W. Nimltz declared lains' Office or phone 518.

recently in an appeal for increasedwar TuesdayAt s 1
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production in the war on Ja Wives Club recently Physical Training activities for .:
elected Mrs. W. H. Peach of Illinois noon Wednesday press accounts WAVES on the station are varied Hero Of Munda Wins I
pan."Hawaii's task," said the ad- as president. Mrs. H. E. showed President FranklinD. and flourishing, including instruc-
miral, "Is to repair ships and Thompson, also from Illinois, was Roosevelt (D), re-elected to the tion in all sports, conditioning Bronze Star MedalIn ,.j
planes and to keep supplies mov- chosen vice-president. R. W. Goth I Presidency for his fourth four-year classes, swimming instruction and personal presentation 'ceremonies '
ing to battle areas in a steady and Mrs. D. F. Kincaid of Wisconsin term, over his Republican oppon- check-outs, inter-unit sports com- at the Navy Department,
,
stream were named secretary and ent, Gov. Thomas E. Dewey. Mr. petition in seasonal activities, John J. Havelka, Aviation ChiefMachinist's .]
treasurer respectively. Officers will Roosevelt led in 34 states with 407 with pennant awards to the win- t
"After the fall of Germany the Mate USNR, was recently ::
serve for a period of from six to unit in each
ning sport.
electoral
votes Mr. Dewey set the -
need for manpower in Hawaii will I awarded the Bronze Star :;;
be greater." he added. "As we eight weeks. pace in 14 states with 124 electoral 'I' The administration is by Worn Medal. '
. push the Pacific Front forward aniccelerated Last Thursday the Club was en- votes. en's Reserve Officers attached to The award was based on Havel. ,
effort on the part ofvery tertained by Mrs. Theolene Pohl- The popular vote with 92,183 of the Physical Training Department. ka's meritorious service in "exer )
'. person, man and woman, son Reed, a concert violinist from 130,810 voting units reported, was: r Equipment is ready at all times in cising superior technical knowledge .:
. now on the job or who can take a San Francisco, Calif, who is vls- Mr. Roosevelt 18,500,456; Mr. the athletic gear room, in DIdg.I and expert skill in the efficient .3 j
f frfob, will be needed." Continued on Page Three Dewey, 16.240,576. I 720, and a new recreation room is performance of his duties at
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Results In the Senate and House being planned. All-WAVE out- Munda airfield although the field
Rehabilitation contests were as follows: Senate- door picnics were sponsored each was still subjected to enemy artillery
Democrats elected 15, Republicans Continued on Page Three and sniper fire."

Of III And Wounded Is Of Vital 7. House-Democrats elected 182,
including 16 seats now held by Republicans Pearl Harbor Day ,II

Import As Casualties Show Gain including.one Republicans seat now elected held by 99 a "

Democrat.At' War Bond This 1
Navy expansion and combat operations I Campaign On StationTo
which inevitably result in attitude toward the problem of rehabilitation 3:15 Wednesday morning

a toll of sick and wounded led to : Qov.tion of Dewey:Mr. Roosevelt conceded the and re-elec-issued Begin Dec. 1 Run Through Dec. 7 ,j
the establishment of an Office of I "The Navy has a definite feeling ,
Rehabilitation In the Bureau of that its personnel who suffer cas the following statement: Secretary of the Navy James ;
Surgery in March 19 H. ualties must be given every consideration I "It's clear that :Mr. Roosevelthas Forrestal has set the period of Bonds of Series E, F, and G '!
Special emphasis is directed so that they may be been re-elected for a fourth December 1 through 7 as the week purchased for cash through the
toward restoring as many men as returned to civilian life in a man- !. term, and every good American for the Navy's third annual Pearl Navy Bond Office will be countedin I
possible for active duty. But the ner that will enable them to secure will wholeheartedly accept the will Harbor Day Extra Cash War Bond determining sales volume for :
Navy feels an equal responsibilityfor gainful employment. It can well be of the people. Campaign. the Navy campaign. I
those who must be dischargedfor said that it is the duty of this "I extend to President Roose- AU ships and stations will par- The $500000 goal for this statlon .
physical disabilities. Many pa- Government to the men who have velt my hearty congratulations and ticipate in this campaign, and this Is based on a bond per per
tients in both groups are kept in been damaged by war to make my earnest hope that his next term station has set its goal at $500- son-both uniformed and clviliaa
hospitals for considerable periods very sure that they are not led to will see speedy victory in the war 000 -with emphasis on $100 bonds
Ate i time, although in the majority believe that they must live on the the establishment of lasting peace This Pearl Harbor Day cam- NAS. Jacksonville, has always
\-'t cases complete rehabilitation or money that will be doled out to and the restoration of tranquility paign will fall within the limitsof exceeded the goal set for special
restoration to normal health is them In a pension. True}hey will among our people."I the Treasury's Sixth War Loan cash War Bond campaigns. "Let
iH compllshed In a comparatively have their disability\ allowance, but am deeply grateful for the Drive, and the Navy's sales during us all put all our efforts and all
,
c Tiiort time.A the Government must be sure to confidence expressed by so many this campaign will be counted in our money behind this coming
statement by Vice Admiral see to it that these men have the millions of my fellow citizens, and the Sixth War Loan sales total. campaign and once more exceedour
Ross T. McIntyre, USN, Surgeon proper mental approach to the for their labors in the campaign Bonds purchased through Navy goal, thereby shortening still
General before the June. 1911, proposition that they must take a "The Republican party emerges Allotment or Payroll Savings more the bloody road that will take
meeting of the American Medical useful place in their local commu- from the electron revitalized and plans will not be counted In the us victoriously to Berlin and Tq
Association epitomizes the Navy's nities." Continued on rage Three Pearl Harbor Day total Only War kyo," War Bond officers said.



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Ii i "Short Line" No Union Pacific But It Plays Major '

OFFICER


THE WEEK II:; Part In Important Activities At NAS Jacksonville t r,



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NAS Jacksonville' "Short Line" F--------- : !

L' t'' ,' I mav never be immortalized by ; ; i
Hollywood like the Santa Fe ci :

Union Pacific\ but nevertheless its
If
role in the efficient operation of }

I 1 I this huge and vita) air station Is

deserving of tecognition

I I The line, of necessity, lacks the ; -

r t olor of the famed pioneer systems !
F and its trains bear no such fancy H

names as The Silver Meteor, The i

1 Champion, The 20th Century Limited .

The Zephyr, or The Chief No _

( 'sleek, shiny, streamlined cars go

highballing along its track No gay

i I tI t vacationers or travelers ride over
its route But ox'emits eight miles

have rolled millions of tons of

freightmaterial of all sizes,
.
: Photos of the :Natal Air station

"Short Line," nhow, at top( I

Engineer/ G. !? Hodges/ slopping, I a Y t v .
along/ the right/ -of-way while a''I

brakeman looks over the loco-
I
Although h- mudPetly refers to moth I..ooklndon/ n H long/ ,I
hip naval) career KI' "(olur1PSS'and stretch of track renter picture, I

prefers to remain out of the limelight toward the north gate "Hreman I I

which he believes should be : John Iloche. lower' (picture. I
I
the exclusive domain of heroes poke' MM head out of the (cab I I II

cd the far-flung batlefronts, Cap- I reminiscent of "Cttl'4'i Jones" at i

tain Malcolm M Cloukev, USN, the throttle of old 99.!
Assembly and Repair Officer\ of -- ------- --- -- -.I I

the Jacksonville Naval Air Station shapes!, and dUl'iptionsneedt'd

has a job to do which, though drab in the construction and main ten-I
,
ance of this station
ly comparison with taking a carrier -
into battle, requires great | The equipment consist' of

pkUl, experience, executive: ability, three locomotive, a 30-ton diesel
hnd patience, powered engine/ a 6 -In dle*.elelectrlo -

Far from being 'colorless," as and a M-ton !steam job I
the Captain terms it, his career a* well, a-A an assortment.. of

rounds! more like Horatio Alger freight cars There are two"

even if in this case it's from ap- switches from the mainline of
the Atlantic Oost Line track
picntice seaman to captain instead .
of from rags to riches 0' t'r which" the cars destined" for

Interrupting his college" career the station are shunted" In all ,

l 41 fight for the" preservation of there are about 25 switches"

democracy In World \>'ar I, he along/ the JlO("'* many spurs. as
well" a*, a "1"' for
f nt4ril the" :Navv a" an appren- turning I
ISefr 4'8man in April 1917 lie I around.

carted aboard A clestrover, In the An average of 750 cars per r..: "
Atlantic' Fleet and had risen to month are handled by the railroad
box cars, gondola cars, flat tars
signal iiartermaster( first! elan"! ,
when, he received a special discharge and tank cars Coming mt} the \

on 19 January', 1919 station they are loaded with Navy

Back to school went the young and contract material, plane parts

Bailor First'! he completed his automotive equipment, supplies of

Ptudies and received his degree at all kinds, and building materialsthe
Baker I assortment so varied that it
University and later pur-
would take a book to itemize Outgoing
&u; d a course In aeronautical enplnttring : -
:; at the Massachusetts In- cars are likewise loadedone
ititute cf Technology of the principal loads being .

But the urgeto return to naval sorely needed crap

life was strong, and in 1923 he I A tremendous saving in man-

erollfd for training as a NavalReserve power is effected by the operation r .
of a railroad on the base ithout
aviator A ;year later he
uctessfullv<< ) finished the trainingprrgram it, material and supplies would It eKr
have to be unloaded from the
e
and was commissioned as I
freight cars, reloaded onto trucks k :
$
Norfolk
an Ensign at Va. 1
and then transported to the sta- A
Donning mufti again the "En-
tion for final and disposition
unloading
Hipn was dropped for plain "MrCloukfv ," -
Time, too, '
is greatly reduced -
and the young man turned -
in handling freight via the
seriously to his work in civil
station tailioad
engineering' But even in this period 1
To keep the line
going requires
of civil life he found time to
take Army aviation training at tin five-man crews dally
on the two large' locomotives In A '
Brooks! and Kelly Fields
em' 'h crew + !
are an engineer a
Ity l')27! Captain loukej was"
; a
fireman, and three brakemen.They '
:
lack on active duty with the" .
work in two eight hour ;
Navy, this! time taking fleet ,
shifts, maintaining 16 hour
a Mr
training as a naval aviator. liewas
diilj 'ht>clulf'. The smaller
M engine
aboard the old Lexington on .
her Khakecloxvn cruise. : is operate! eight hours ilailvhi I
an engineer and fireman I
From 1929 tf l Ifj u the Captain, I a
I A six man crew is kept busy
thin Lieut Cloukev, served as a
maintaining: the right of way, :
flight Instructor at\ Pensacola At
checking the track and switches !
Anacoslia, Md.. during the penodluty
i
and keeping the latter in good I ,
-1&34 to 1P41 It was during
working order
Uar itfsignment Then he
returned
I
I So far there have been no reports -
to Pensacola for a long tour of
of Anyone "bumming a lide
duty-1134 to 1P41, ,It was! during "
or riding the tails in the mannerof M
this rc-ilod that the Captain got '
hoboes And no one has as jet 1 1I
into A R work,
saw fit to use the line for a liberty
Jn the meantime. however
he
train to town don't
-- so try asking
had risen to the rank of lieutenant- ,
"
for passes to ride deadheadThis ,
I
commander, and in 1939 was se-
is strictly a freight line, and
Ittled' for the I
regular Navy in alike it is doubtful that Lt. Cmdr W. W' ,

rankIn Knight maintenance and utilities
October, H 41. the lieutenant superintendent of Public Works, i' 9 ,

commander went to Quonset Point I who (is! in charge of the operation i ,.
R I and e
as Assembly Repair Officer ,
and maintenance <}f the railioad I
Eleven months later he re ;; 'H
would take kindly to such requests' I
ctlvcd another promotion this Maybe voud better forget about (
time to commander One year later I the whole thing and keep riding II I -

in September. 1943, he reported the! bus like >'ou'xe been doing, | : ii :

to Coco Solo in the Canal Zone I ......... --
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of this year he' was made Captain Roof Garden Party F .

Back dining his first tour of

duty at Trnsacola in 1929, Captain i Each Saturday EveAll .

Cloukry married Leola Ball) of I military men and women in r i'" 1 i ia'

Richmond, Va Despite the fact uniform are invited to attend the ;
that he. been unable to spend '
any Roof Garden atop Cohen Brothera -
time there, conlBUJer I i f h +-
Captain y
Cloukev
Store from 1100 tr 2300 f'HI 1 I. s r. ..
Lome! ., Independence" Kas, his!! Saturday evening, it bas been announcfd en .

I bv Mr, and Mrs O. A
Captain Cloukey assumed charge Fouraker who are in charge

cf Assembly and Repair on 30 I This event, which has been n r'' '' s w vJ' '1 ti "'f? CM, PJ
August 1W4,
replacing Captain weekend feature In Jad"Jn\llt, !
Ethertrige Grant who was detached I for a considerable period of hoe '
:
for elsewhere y. wt.
duty !
is absolutely without charge
-- -- -Wjim"*" : Dancing. piano music and other ;

TOO COLD forms of entertainment are arranged .
I
At the.Navy Building in Washington while punch and cake are t ,. ',.-

; the maintenance staff received served1 .j

a complaint about the air Mr. Fouraker, a civilian, work i
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conditioning on the fourth ,deck; in Sheet Metal Maintenance on this

one ef the high: ranking officers Station is, 4
said it was too cold) up there. ----a--- --- V :

There wouldn be any point to PORTLAND, Ore, (CNS) Honesty d-; -

this; story if the complainant didn't paid for Eel Kane, He found ,t i; .

happen to be Rear Admiral Rich a wallet containing $19 He returned t ... ""' ., .> .....I, r-\.M\tM..... '
aril l E Byrd, explorer of both the :: it to its owner and recelved ',". ... .J -., :

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Intra-Station Softball Trophy Presented Proud Marines To Au Revoir

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Hold Traditional l



Reading Tomorrow169th ,


Anniversary To Be

Observed; Great Combat

e Record Is EmphasizedTomorrow

November 10, the U.
t Ia S Marine Corps will celebrate its
160th birthday, and Marines all
over the world will line up to the
reading of Article 1-55 of the Mar-

1' ine Corps Manual The annual
f Y ot reading of this article, describingthe
history and achievements of

the Corps, is as traditional as the
n r halls of Montezuma or the shoresof
The Public Relations Office
Tripoli.At .
z suffered another loss last week
this station, mainsidc when" Robert B, Mvers! 12c, was
: ines will hear the reading of Mar-I transferred to sea dutjMvers .,

rc'. S-.ta 4s 7x,'; '.. A ys article by the Marine who enlisted at IJoston
Commander C'. 1'. Meberle. LSN, Commanding Officer of the t. S Naval Auxlllarjlr Station, Jacksonville the day at 0900 troop inspection. Mass, on 19 January, 1912! has
Municipal No L presents a placrjiie to the winning team in the Inlra-Station softball league. NATTC Center Marines will have served on the staff of the PRO
The team Is composed of members of the Public Works Department Shown receiving the trophy is the article read to them over the since November, 1912 lie reported -

SK2c Robert Nlerengarten, captain of the team, Also shown in the photograph are, left to right, Lt. barracks loud speaker system by aboard the air station Itlebruarj
Comdr Robert C. Sheldon, USSR, and Lieutilliain T ShaddicK, sponsors of the team, Pfc. Herb Johnston at 1150. The ', 1911! and nerved with
article follows: the seaman guard before being
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Officer Of (1) On November 10, 1775, a assigned to the Public Relations
Station Campaign Training I Extension CourseOpportunity
Corps of Marines was created bya Office
SPARS Nears An End resolution of the Continental Much of the art work on picture
I Congress. Since that date many layouts in recent Issues of
For Workers GetsA Commissioning of 68 women Open thousand men have borne the the Jax Mr News" has been the
Nov. 1, at the U S. Coast Guard I name Marine. In memory of themit product of Mjers skilled hand.

Academy, New London, Conn., and is fitting that we who are Mar- He also wrote short pieces for
Good ResponsePersonnel 41 on December 5, at the Pay and For Another WeekThe ines should commemorate the the dally papers in the hometowns
Supply School, Palm Beach, Fla.,
birthday of our Corps by callingto of men who have received
of the Air Station was conclude the women's officer opportunity for local resi- mind the glories of its long and I their operational training here.
Rending a sto idy. stream of new training program for the Coast dents of Jacksonville and the per- illustrious history. Prior to entering the Navy he
Guard Reserve sonnel of this station to take accredited was associated with the Boston
employees to the Employment Office ((2)) The record of our Corps is I
today as the- contest for $800 Completion of the program will upper division courses in one which will bear comparisonwith Herald-Traveler doing advertisIng -
in War'Bonds in the Station's I bring the total of SPAR officersto International Relations and Con- that of the most famous military and promotion work.
"Recruit a Worker" campaign got : QZ1 Approximately a third have temporary Literature, with the organizations in the world's 1-- --
been selected from the ranks of University of Florida, has been
into full swing. I I
history. During the greater partof
: Warrant Officer
enlisted women In the pay and extended" a week, according to an
Lieut. L. K Swart, Personnel I I its existence the Marine Corps
supply which will number announcement by Dr Garth H,
group
Relations Officer, said that the has been in action against the Nation's -
I 106, on Dec. 5, all but 28 of the Akridge, president of the Jacksonville
Naval and civilian personnel of the foes Since the battle of Tweed Goes Back *
been enlisted Junior
officers had women. College and local representative -
Station was doing! a remarkable I I Trenton, Marines have won foremost ,
: Thirty-one of those receiving:; com- of the General Extension -
job in finding workers that no one honors in war, and in the
I missions Nov. 1, at the Academycame Division of the University of
else had been: able to find, and that long eras of tranquility at home, Sees BenefactorsGUAM
from the ranks Florida. All interested are
'' persons
if continued their efforts after of
they generation
present generation
______ invited to consult Dr. Akridge at
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the Station was certain to -_ Marines have grown gray in war
--(Delayed i -Chief Warrant
the Jacksonville Junior College -
get the 1,800 additional employeesit I I' 7.11.-lour Dp .Save .% Ship 701 Riverside, or call 7-7416, in both hemispheres, and in every I Officer George Ray Tweed,
must have.Meanwhile, corner of the seven seas, that our
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Although the course in Interna- recently spent days on
W. O Kincaid, presi- cer The committee will announcethe tional Relations is being offered country and its citizens might en- I this island where for two and a
dent of the Employees' Associa- contest rules next week primarily for the benefit of those joy peace and security. half years of Jap occupation ho

tion, announced formation of the Lieutenant Swart urged all per- who wish to obtain credit on the (3)) In every battle and skirmish eluded capture. Here on a special
committee that will conduct the sonnel on the Station to obtain a junior-senior college level, all but since the birth of our Corps, Mar- assignment. he said he was not
contest for the $800 in Bonds and supply of the Introduction Cards two who attended the organization ines have acquitted themselveswith at liberty to discuss the nature of
set rules for It. The committee will being handed out to prospective meeting Monday evening were the greatest distinction, winning his business.
be composed of Theodore Fritch. employees These are available new honors on each occasion
graduate students and possessorsof For the first time he revealed
Jr., chief clTk of the Air Station: from the supervisors in the various Master's degrees, who were at- until the term "Marine" has come that his amazing exploit was accomplished -
I* B. Eubanks, supervisor of the l shops and offices or can be tracted to the course for cultural to signify all that is highest in through the aid of loyal -
Section of the Per- obtained \ Extension 8885. I military efficiency and soldierly
Employment by calling reasons and by the eminence of the natives "At first we couldn't
sonnel Relations Office, and Lieut. Winners of the $800 in Bonds will instructor, Dr. Sidney Warren, who virtue. talk about it. because too many ,
(jg Charles P Chapman, Jr, Assistant be determined solely through these came to the Jacl:sonville Junior (4) This high name of distinc- natives still were in Jap hands,"
Personnel Relations Offi- cards tion and soldierly repute we who
College this fall from the facultyof he said
Marines have received 0
today
-- are
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the Washington State College,
Antonio Arturo, native
from those who in the a rancher
New C. 0. At Cecil Field Pullman, Washington.Dr. Corps. With it preceded we also us received of Spanish descent, is the man
Warren holds the B. S. degree who
helped feed him and
from them the eternal which near
spirit
f 1 ; from St. John's College': and
W has animated from whose property he hid for the last
our Corps
gen-
the M A, and Doctor of Philoso- 21
months
eration to generation and has been of his strange exile, he
phy degrees from Columbia University -
the distinguishing mark of the declared. When he visited the
and is widely known make-shift
shack where the
native -
Marines in So
long as
every age
through his lecture tours throughout -
that spirit continues to flourish, his wife and eight childrennow
the United States, especially Marines will be found equal to stay, the family burst into
in New England where he was in
in the future as joyous tears in a display of Latin
every emergency
great demand as speaker on international emotion.
relations and contemporary they have been in the past, and the
American affairs men of our Nation will regard us "Thanks to you, I've still gota
The Contemporary Literature as worthy successors to the long head on my shoulders," the radioman -
line of illustrious men who have told Arturo. "You can't
course, with a choice of or
prose served as "Soldiers of the Sea" realize how relieved I am to find
4
poetry, is to be taught by Miss
{ of the you and safe and
since the founding! Corps. your family
Moe who
Sgnd also joined the "
In addition to the reading of the we-II.
local college" faculty this fall, and
who has had wide experience as above article, NATTCenter Mar- He learned here that Arturo finally -
ines will celebrate the occasion of was exposed as the man
an instructor In English in various
secondary schools, and colleges of their birthday by carving a large shielding him. The Japs, he said,
cake at an informal ceremony in closed in on the Arturo ranch the
the North. She holds the B A. de-
the office of Lt. Col\ William T after
day he had been rescued bya
I gue from St. Olaf College, Minnesota -
Evans, commanding officer of the Navy ship during the assaulton
I and the M A. degree! from
the University of Chicago The Marine Aviation Detachment. A the island. But Arturo had been
special Marine anniversary movie tipped off that a searching
i ,ouise is on the junior-senior col- partywas
lege level was also shown in the NATTCenter coming, and he and his fam-

......:.. ---- auditorium 8 November, andin ily fled to the same remote crevice
the Mainside auditorium 5 No- where Tweed had hidden for near-

comberMilitary. ly two years.
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4 Elect Officers ReelectedContinued

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} It 109 her son, Ens. Olaf (Edwards) great force for the good of the
I' >hlson Reed at Green Cove country and for the preservation of
Spnngs! Mrs. Reed was accompanied I free government in America."I .

at the piano by a member am confident that all Americans -
of the Club, Mrs W. II. McDow will join me in the devout
QUESTIONS from Tennessee who is a concert hope that in the difficult years

PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 5 pianist. ahead, Divine Providence will
The Military Wives Club meets guide and protect the President of
FOR THE ANSWERS) for luncheon each Thursday at l'' the United States.

1. Is any veteran eligible to the p. m, and closes its meeting at 2
benefits provided by the G. I, Bill? p, m All military wives are invited --- a'

Veteran heal of Air Group 17, which formerly roamed the Pacific 2. What if a man 1 is wounded" or. to come and enjoy the get- WAVE
ComJr Michael P, "S>ibags" ISagdanovich, recently" assumed disabled before he has served 00 together. Reservations must be ActivitiesIn
command of the Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil) l'it'Id In Comdr. days made with the YWCA before Wednesday -

ltogdanovich'4 air group which operated" in the Paxlfli were the' first' 3. If under 23 years old when noon. Telephone 5-0112 Sports Field

llelldivcr squadron to go Into combat, a squadron of THTs and a you entered the service are you -- --
Hellcat fighter *qua
Naval Air Operational Training Command staff finish your course ? orlife month all summer; the WAVES

'... eUleH tile duty in the Pacific<< Comdr. Hagdanovkh also participates 4, A man was lust over 25 and lire---Freed.aVeterans' --,-- picnic area was created and equip-
_ as Wildcat pilot in the Invasion of North \friiu in November had started practicing law when Administration acts before ped with flrepHce and gear avail

1912. lor hiss combat: record he hold,,,i the' Distinguished living ho entered service Now he feels he can enter school ? I able to small. groups the yaar k
('roHH and the Air IVtalil[ that ho has to brush up on his II 8. How much will the govern- rounV: A VE dances were conducted -

, A graduate' of the Naval Academy Annapolis>> (onulr lla.gd.i- law la he eligible for aid ment pay toward the cost of in the winter; trips and jl
novich achieved" recognition there" as tll'ldcon tho football team, 5. Where can a veteran applyfor schooling? I dances off the base were organ-

captain of the Navy crew and a member of the Olympic game crew. aid under the G. I. Bill 9. Will a veteran who goes! to ized: langu" pe classes maintained

\ colorful midshipman! at the .V< ail.-niv, (omdr Ilagdanorichwith 6. If a veteran wants to enter the !school r'Toive anything! to support I Tn ml>r,'- t"d I m' nlserahm\ A n 'W '

his booming voice, h.irartrUtl <'Ig-ir, and( battered" buck baseball Si l1\tt. University what does ht hlm'il'if | 'ri 1.1": 1" i !l' I h i 1.1 i l.t"! ,J'" :I,1 |I-

rap. has prow*t t known wherever" Navy pilots ho f flown and fought In this war. I I&t 1 ".'s hi. have to wait \until toe rnlIn In T,11 m,! '



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Four JAX AIR NEWS 9 November, 1944 ,

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--f\ll.3ill- -S Christmas Gifts For Wartime Babies "


Editorial Offices c.t ar in{ rj lNe


Public Relations Office, Room 221
AduilnUtration Annex, Uldg 954 s anclViews fmrnStatioh
,
Telephone Extension 8342 r

The JAX AIR NEWS is Published weekly ltJ'u'bl'. "
Jacksonville Florida, Y
Naval Air Station -+r- A
Relations Office at no expense to the government Copies ,
are distributed tree of charge to enlisted and ether NavaJ .1
Personnel the Naval Air Station the Naval Air Technical UNITED STATES TREASURY\ '" By Chaplain J. II. Harper, USNK
1 Training Center the headquarters of the Naval 1 Air k WAK FINANCE COMMITTEI '
Operational Training Command, Naval Auxiliary Air Station !!w'
Green Core Sprln a. Naval Auxiliary Air Station 191 UK*EI that itstsa: "Unsung Heroes"These '
the U. S. Naval .
CfCII rlfia. Naval Air ( unners' School
Hospital and Naval Auxiliary Air Facilities. MajporL 'It.. ... '" -# M./_ days of struggle have revealed to ,, .
./Y.,.'f8-J.IIw""" __ .4."....
Rear Admiral Andrew C. McFall USN A-4'M'". "'-.. ....J..J.1t ........... us many men and women who are endowed .
Chief of Naval Air Operational Training :, ,.,..". ... --'- -' I- -' 1'-+'; .JI- -Q with outstanding courage and stamina. They

Captain Walton W. Smith. USN rte.i.... have been through the roughest, dirtiest, and
Officer -.I
Jacksonville Commanding Naval Air Station An"no 1.N,. 7 __ thickest battles under all conditions of stress

Captain Joseph B. Lynch A-VG). USNH, and have come through with flying colors.In .
Commanding officer ) fact, with newspapers playing up these
Technical Training Center
Naval Air i
individual cases so Very much, we have been

Captain John Commanding J. O'Mailer t Officer(MC). USN Ooe1. (11. led to believe that the greatest heroes arc

U. S. Naval HospitalCommander those who face exciting dangers, and perhaps -

Edward E. Dolecek. USN save the life of a buddy.
Commanding Officer
Naval Air Gunners' School: N..y >Kar Bond Cartoon !Sr" lTCow <>. There are others who are just as great '

Commander Frank T Coibln, USN, Baby can be an investor, I K '-'amlm\*) an official certlflrate heroes, yet who receive little publicity if .

Naval Auxiliary Commanding Air Station.Officers Green Cove SprtJ1U to prose it. War Itoiulh. at-i-ompanied by Walt Dinner's Treasury mentioned at all. Among those unsung heroesare J

Certificate, are the perfect Christmas! gift for wartime babies the many men and women, married ,
Commander Michael P. Boftdanovlch; and b>' and through them Baby becomes an investor In the safest
Officer I couples, who are making a success of life.
Commanding securities in the world. These. securities assure Baby of many pleasant ,
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field Separated by thousands of miles
Christmase to come Chrlitmawt! when the world Is at ]peace I they remain -
Commander Call F. Nleberle. USN and there are things! to buy like bicycles, skates' baseballs! Spoilt faithful to their loved ones, though

Munk-lpnl Commanding Number I Officer One uniform, the first pair of long: pants and the first party dreN. I tried and baited by temptation on every side.
War Bonds! purchased for babies' and mall' children through the These .
lonesome
good and
people are just as
Col. Marlin J. KelU-her VSMC (Ret.) NaBond Office will l lit" accoiiipunied by the colorful new Walt (
Commanding Barracks!!: Officer Disney certificate reproduced abo\.... This certificate Is in full color homesick as anyone else. Their so-called i
Marine
and has the whole galaxy of Disney cartoons circling the bonier friends urge them to go out with some friendin '

Lieut! Col. William T. Evans, USMC (Ret), In ring-arouml-the-rosy fashion a group, and no one will say a thing aboutit.

Marine Commanding Aviation!!: Officer Detachment The*** certificates are suitable for framing and are just rightto Unfortunately, in the services, as in civilian -
hang on the wall.
nursery
The JAX AIR NFAVS receives Camp Newspaper Service This Christmas, and on every other ocfusion) buy )oar child 1.'. S. life, there are those men and women
Republication of credited matter prohibited WAn !SAVINGS nOSH! the gift with a future. who strive to break their spiritual ideals and
Without permission of CNS. War Department 205 U42nd ---"--------- ----- morals. In
St.. N. Y. C. spite of it all, these children of
AMUSEMENT CALENDAR God hold fast to the Christian principles of

their parents Thank God for such parents.

"The Immortal Ranks March On" MAIN STATION Among the greatest heroes of this day '

Twenty-six years ago next Saturday, Nov. Today-"AIK KOHCK," John Garfield An early war story beginning and age" should be placed these "Unsung

Armistice disgusted with arm.vlife. Once he is In the thick of the\|. -chu'ular Heroes, who, through sorrow, separation,
witnessed the signing' of an -
11, 1918, !I action, his mind is changed. The picture is crammed with action financial hardships, and loneliness of heart,

i which brought World War I to a halt. Pacific John Garfield portrays the part of a disguntled sergeant still look forward to the day when thiiworld's :
with the flight; of a heavy' Itomher on 1 December 11)41 across!' the
We say "brought to a halt" ad\isedly as conflict will be over and their loved
Friday-"AIKKT: MISS liOIUIV SOCKS, Ifc.b ('ro..II)',
many historians declare the present conflictis Saturday-"MISSION TO ;MOSCOW," \\u1ter Houston Itas...] on the ones return to them, and who, with this

just t the continuation of that holocaust trip of l". !S. Ambassador Da\ies to Moscow; this,. replay gives'' an vision as a guide, eagerly keep their families

in which our fathers fought. I I Inside picture of the condilitioits in Itussla" In the early claN of intact with the cord of love.
the war.
Today, on the eve of this 26th observance Sunday--DOUCilI GIItLS," Aim Sheridan Alexis !Smith! Three married I ---

of Armistice. Day, it is on)' fitting that we couples crowded into one bridal suite In a Washington" hotel) Navy Radio Programs

pause to pay tribute to those men who fought furnish comedy aplenty when they attempt! to prove the legalityof
be their lIIarria ... A take ceremony, an inconclusive divorce, anda
and died that Democracy might Prt'st'I''ed.lOd TIhRSDAY"Serv -
case of measles rise to plague their effort.
: that we might have that life, liberty, and 'onda.-"Tln; MAN IN HALF MOON !STKKKT," Nils A"tlu'r. A ice 'rime"-w'Alltl{ (CBS) 160 -162S \

the pursuit of happiness which has been our i young !tf.'I..nU..t,110 believes he han. found the secret of immitorIality "Navy HeadlineMIII'<< 3i.It''O: (
"Something fur the filrl.-\\.JlIP
15-3030: : .
right !since' we became a nation. I commits a series of murders to further his experiment "The First Line"-WMIIK; (CMS) 2300-2230
just as S'otJalill"urd closes in on him and he realizes the Impossibility -
World War I called in quartersthe : "Navy l'roK'rluu"-WJAX 2330-2300
was some
(lf concealing his secret from his fiancee, nature takes'
war to end all wars. Probably many of I 0\.r. FRIDAY
"Great Lakes ('holr"-WJ (NBC 1930.1345"Sertiee'I'inie"11'5lBR :
0 our fathers and grandfathers who foughtin Tuestiay-"AND! NOW TOMORROW: ," l.or..tta"ouIiK.. Alan Laclcl. A (CBS) ) 16(10.1t25"Jar ;

that war sincerely believed that the un- rich :young girl (Loretta Young) spends most" of her time traveling : NAS (,)sofr"-11'I'iQ 1630.1,00"Navy
about the who her deafness.Discouraged .
country seeking a doctor can cure
'told sacrifices would bring e"-\\'JAX 1,50-1755
they were making ,
i she comes home where she meets a :young doctor from
"Navy Jleadlln.-WIIIP 183 .IMO
that eternally sought for permanent peace. the opposite side of the tracks (Alan Ladd). He offers to help her SATURDAY

That the goal for which they aimed was not ;I and her hearing is rtor..d.W..dnl""da"FOlt VAS: Filers v*. N.('. )"n>fII h "-WJHP 1530.1800"liana
attained is no fault of those gallant men, UIIOM Tilt; BELLS TOLl" Gary ('oaper Ingrid wf 1\IDtt'zuma"-WI'lK1 ((1\1) 180(1.189(1
Kergman. A story of the Spanish devolution with (Vopvr placing "NAS rll..r"'fl..
some of whom are even now placing vital N.C. l're-flight-11'JIIP 1600-1830
the hurt| of an American whose. sentiment are with the ",underdog "N "
\\ll1J-W.JAX 1110.19341"Meet
roles in this world-wide struggle.' .
Filmed lit beautiful technicolor.Now i Your Navy"-WJHP (Blue) J830-2WIO

Miss Emily S. Coit librarian, some years SUNDAY

ago wrote a short poem in honor of Armistice I "Bluejacket Choir"-WMIW (CBS) 1105-1130:

Day, and those who sacrificed in World War :0ifetLO UH6 E- MONDAY"Pacific Story"( -\VJAX ,(NBC) 2330-24CO

I. It would seem most appropriate that it be r ; "U. S. Navy Band"-WJAX (NBC) 1230-1245

repeated this the of the 26th anniversary !. .-. "Service Time" WMBU
CBS
on eve ,.--.# _y.zo..., "7"- .;:-,- ( ) 1000-1K25
: ::
of the Armistice.Not -. "Bill Nal1e-IUu.JtUkf't 1'lanlltlJm 1630-1645
that the election ill over we tan all settle clown to the Mime "Navy Nets,,"-WJAX 1750-1755

quiet hectic routine. "Navy Jlfadllnt'fo"-U'JIIP 1835-1840
here, not in our sight, Most elections are pro and n-thlll one wa a lot of con. TUESOAY- I

Hut over'I'her e, ,,'here.mio'lud' l hopes are I went into the voting booth HIM! had to pull the lever six tlme4 "Service Time"-WMBR (CBS) 1600-1625

gone, before I got two cherries and a plum. "Navy JI'f\tllln.-W.IIII" 1KS.V1S402ICO2I30!

In glory more than earthly ,sunshine" bright .'alla I the Freident' dog, I I" a real ]wlileian-Ise hung around the \ "Ask Your Navy"- -WJIIPVKDNESDAY

The immortal ranks march on. I ]JK.HK all day.1'hen th.lUnt. the votes from service me oversell we'll prolsa.bly "Service "hne"-WJ\l (CBS) IGOO-Ir.2S

discover that Betty Cirable Is hi the While House.At "Navy News"-WJAX 1750-1755
I handle Cliurchhlll and! Stalin at a PeaceConference. "Nan'f..a.lllnHl"-n'JIIP 135-1 )
Young that she eowld probably
were they, young and brave, "All Hand on Deck"-WJIIP :2038-2100
And life was full of promise fur them all, I **! .---- I

Hut all they had, and all\\ they hoped, theygale acaDDaDDmaaDDDamaaaaCl ly jnquiied: "Him Injun ?"
jmmmQOQQniIQUmQnaaoaanennnuseeQtealalDivine I
m "Him put Injun part engineer.:

When came their tu lr> 'fc ..)1 g: Breezes g replied the old squaw, Services 5" .

to Anxiously Awaits oQiil9000QQ01iQt.1000QQ08Q0CQi'rQQOISQGL"RC''' m i iPrete.taat

And "still we know thy site; : Salty Humor From | Y2c: "You say Helen has takenup 'jp
?" Chapel: Muitia R.*. .n (!the cheer: to us and twr''%*> fa WI day r- : Here And ThereJQDtlBOQQRQfIQB5f1QQQOIQL7:gJuht : Ylc photography: "Yeah, she sits in a dark 0730: -Holy Communion. .

Courage to die, or cheer: like JK*>e) to ire, I room and awaits developments. 30-Tralnlng OS3O-Reciult Divine Center lien Dlxlne!I'e. **r\lce.I

Walking the conqueror'* way. ....,).lty eCorrect (>930-Sunday School (small chapel".
after Pearl Harbor an 1045-General DI\"lne'sf'nlce.
lfc-13-Vesper' service.!
Gist: American: business! man in San During the lust war a German Catholic e'hapt1: MutU Read sad plrml ih.ra Arcase
grant them peace and liJht-! (&!& M
Francisco, became somewhat: worried soldier asked. a Serbian soklier II IS.
With work to do, fitting their strengthand linn his household {servants what he wasa fighting fur TheSerbian 0700\O-J\faJ"-Mas*..

skill. were all Japanehe. He was reasonably answered: "For bread." W)0) -Maw.

Coil grant us power to follow them aright, suie cf their integrity, but he Then he asked. the German: 1100 1900-ataa.-Mas!*, .

And what they hoped, fulfill! decided to summon his Jap valet "\\hat are YOU fighting fore" ChrMian iwkace i.nlu& Ms.tin Dud and "plrmUt" f
and question him. The German answered: "..or Avraue.lliiO .
" --- -. --- I "Cato" he said, "Jf the Japanees honor." "All, jes," mused the .-. Small chapel.1 ,, .. .
Latter lAY saints: Small\ ('h.ptl, t r tr *f :Ma' ')
'HEA I'n\' CKKTiriCATK I wtre to invade San }FianoU-co youwouldn't !Serbian' "evetvl\ody i 1- fightingfor ...! IlirmlDIt ham,
ACCOMPANYWAIt
Blab! me in the back, what hed.*s not have." 1!n<.-Mm mi I mooting. Wednesday)
HON'llAn (I would you ?" Jrwitli strtirr: Small Chapel lMu tln. Read and PUming-.
ideal) Christmas present. tar .envy efctbirrn h& "Oh the valet "that ham Avenue),
= no. replied Just' Interesl-. lHXV-Salbaih! Service" (Fild.t. > ).
len announced by the Ny >rfrt..Mmt an4 will !is the gardcntr'a job. Me fret GirlsCieatures (*30-KitbbAth Bernice': hNi"JJ'alld: -
l available at this station. who are fondof Cecil Field.
>e house on fire 1730; -ncvol Ions t'rueaday)
pretty clothes, but are' rot nc-c- 1730-Devotions ThuifcUJy) Green Oo e Ppilnpi.
It is a War Bond- plus a hndM : certificate bordered with Walt Dtr.,-y'. \\orktd Fast C .
characteristic of a EC"OOa(
"The most
animals and draw!! in full color. "}Ie fascinated tn? no I kisser Important I.
"Alnt An) sailor Is a feeling ot reponsibility.
The certificate will tnt the Tamt,1 the child and him. Then he slatted to unfa" letter from a G 1. in the South Offhand you might think technical) knowledge) ,

the date of purchase.The I cinate me fro I slapped him Pacific: "Thty'ie neither too young experience, aptitude or ability la i far more impor-i ,

station War Bond officer will have a bur/ply nor too old- there just airs't any." tant. But they are worthleM. if you don't have: a
1
of these certificate duiinfe the Pearl Harbor Day Tart Injun" feeling of responsibility for your work

campaign, 1 to 7. December, and prior to Chrtetrnas. I The fjluirW] and papoose were on Leaser Evil I t, ; ; An aircrewman for example, would show a feeling
They will be available to uniformed and civilian the platform of railway stationin It is better for a goto T to get of responsibility in many way Before every
personnel for the asking upon the purchase cf a Montana when the train pulledin. something! in his eye andIi.. .... top, he would te sure that the plane, the turret, tbepns
War Bond made out In the name of a chlidTbe I A society dame from the east' rather than to) wink and .*t sonie- the radio and other equipment wereall wonting J

Gremlin.sitllWaa. pointing her finger Ilt the papoure> thing in Me eye. ; ; perfectly Mual BJat. ,
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GI's May Prefer An Odd Assortment Of Pets At NAGS "





After Different War Jobs,Ends Ti.: : ?



Ily Camp >pwpavrr Service
To GIs who want to return to anew
job better than the one they
i D held when they entered the armed -
services Maj. Edward Millea
Chief of the Veterans' Personnel
. Division of New York City's Selective -
Service System, offers this advice -
:

Prepare now-while you're still sk
in uniform.

"Only about 30 per cent of New '
York City's discharged servicemen -
are returning to their former
Jobs," Maj. Millea who has talked
with more than 7000 World War
II veterans about their reemployment *Pd +4yk i r f ,n '
problems, said. P

"Most of them want something -
better, and, on the basis of then I ; :
-
service training and experience I \ : .
ate succeeding in placing a great #
y
many advantageously

"But a considerable number lark : 'i-, j
M vr'P : Ar : jI
the necessary skills, knowledge and I
training to improve their economic -
-'
position, and these must take additional jj

,-- training or educational r j jf
.i courses after they have been discharged -I
, to qualify for the jobs
they are seeking,
Head l Start For Top Job* f
"It should be obvious that the
man who prepares himself while w toI j
still in uniform will have a head
start toward that better job whi.h I
I" the goal of every ambitious
American in and out of uniform j
Even servicemen who intend to go -
. hick to school to complete their
education can make substantial
progress while still in the services tef;
"The U. S. Armed Forces Institute a
'
offers an unparalleled op- tl
portunity to the serviceman to
continue his education to acquire
new skills and training which will
help him to a better job after his fyai t { \
discharge and to increase his usefulness -
as a citizen and his appre-
ciation of life through greater
knowledge.
"We, in Selective Service ate 1 y .1:!
determined to fight for the right :
of every honorably discharged veteran -
to return to his old job if
he wants It and is entitled to it
. under the law, and to help him to a '
better Job if he can qualify for ,it
But we need the help of the servIcemen -
I He should lose no time in
--"S-s.
preparing himself
it } f
"It is unfortunately true that : $
the least skilled are the first to fee! ryA : i'y
the pinch of unemployment and V ) :-
iya
lav-offs ,0s
The Armed Forces Institute
with headquarters at Madison YN

Wts, and branches in nine major
theaters of war, offers hundreds l ot
educational courses in nearly e\tt\:
field of studSit \'.
< Colleges Offer Courses :

In addition more than 80 leadIng R MC ,
American colleges and universities -
are cooperating with USAF1 ,
to offer wide of s
a variety courses e
mAil. M ,.... ......... 5, S
by '--='11ia- -'.j1i"I II'I.T' >Ll""T"tuu.. ...v. Jj(' U'.r ....
More than 900000 servicemen The bo>'* at Naval "Air Gunners School are not without their tentmrnt a* Malrzy Doats and Dozy Drnits lounge lazily In
and women in every part of the j hats",. \ couple of week ago they were boasting", of "Suzy" the front of their attractive domicile Sic \\'. l.. llnrtniArt,
world are busily studying coursesof pig that gargled a well known soft drink from the mouth of atwttle. lower left, can have his.. lets". \\'e don't want them. 1'1..'
their own choosing on their off- Tithe time it's goat. kfl4-8.ad even skunks lit the said that "Ourtey" the snake ciral| around Ms neck, Is I
duty time. Every day 1000 more upper left photo one of the goats appears! to be contemplating harm but we never did like the' reptiles\ Ken White
ask for courses. hewing up a few paper from the desk of a lieutenant while theruse and ttve skunk are hown lower right. Said skunk h pt
To dAte. more than 1700 servicemen on the right might be labeled perfect domestic con- of the Gun range.
whose high school terms wen
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cut short by war have won diplomas -

while through in uniform.credits Some they 200 earned others Quiz Contest Industry Plays Big PartIn Tickets On Sale

have already received graduate (QUESTIONS PRINTED oW
college degrees from such front- This Nation's Drive For Helen Jepson
rank Institutions as Ohio State PACE 3))

Michigan University, ,Minnesota the Universities and California of- I ANSWERS 1. No Only: those veterans who : To Thwart Axis Threat Concert Nov. 17th

, ,.. and Tufts College served 90 days ot more after Sept. .
( ... Most popular courses with GIs I 16, 1940, and who were discharged I On-the occasion of the observance of Navy Day it was most Tickets for the Helen Jeffs'
are arithmetic, algebra and bookkeeping
,.. and accounting. Technical honorable under conditions are eligible other than dis- I fitting: that tribute should be paid to the industrial mightof concert engagement in the George

( I. subjects such as auto mechanics 2. The 90-day restriction does America, which has played a huge part in the growth of Washington auditorium on the
and blue-print reading also rank not apply If he was dischargedfor Naval Aviation since the outbreak of war in December of evening of November 17 will be

IilRh disability incurred in line of 1941. I placed on sale at Levy's on Monday -
I
about USAFI
Information (pro-
nounced "Yew-SAFF-ee"i) can be duty. I The statistics might be termed. I November 13, it was an-
3. So long as you had not passed Ing combat aircraft-fighters, dive I
obtained from the Information and I fantastic by everyone unacquainted 1 I nounced this week by official of
your 25th birthday when you entered whole. bombers, torpedo bombers, observation -
ed the war effort as a
Education Officer in any unit of
Matgaiets" Guild under whose
the service you are automa and search -
the Army or from the Educational I At the outbreak of World War I, I planes planesis :
Services Officer In the Navy. These edu-cational I Naval Aviation had a strength of in action against the enemy on auspices the lovely lyric soprano
officers also will be able to offer I one air station, 33 officers and i i all fronts. They are more than a will appear In this city.
advice and guidance on courses and I G I. Bill 181: enlisted: men Today it encompasses I I match for anything the enemy can < Meanwhile, tickets may be obtained -
4. If a man was over 25 when I
: riy against them.
official enrollment not only air stationsand
wilt
A... supply from members
of the Guild
service he has two opportunities I
, bUnki and catalogs. Enrollmentfee entering auxiliary stations all over the :i Of equal Importance are the various -
: 1. He is automatically i I! types of training planestransports of St. John's Episcopal( Church.
((1 $2 which entitles a service- world but its personnel represents
. man to take as! many courses as he eligible for a one-year refresher or well over one-quarter of the entire :,I cargo and utility craft. I IVII Prices range from SI.00. J2.40 antI
can complete One half the cost of retraining course 2. He can get Navy and it has more than 25000 I II are playing( a vital role in $130. tax included I

college courses which are available other the same men educational by proving benefits that his as I combat planes. I|..I foe.massing aerial might against the ,! A firm believer (In the musical

through cooperating colleges education was Interrupted by en- I hanks to the Industrial might taste of her compatriots, Miss Jepson -
Id", borne by the government up to I At the outbreak of the war on'
try Into the service. I of this nation, the Navy accepted thinks no singer should underestimate -
a maximum of $20 per course 5. He may ask the service of- more than 10000 combat type! December 7. 1941 our planes possessed I]I it and as a part of( every
offers -
The Armed Forces Institute ficer of any American Legion postor I aircraft during 1913: Ibis year a high degree of sturdiness, concert she sings one or two of the
for those who '
an opportunity I tire and pilot safety features i r
education he may consult the manager or that figure will reach :27.000. power great operatic arias which have
to continue their
/ plan that enabled Navy and Marine -
become with her
at of associated name
I after theirscholastic contact representative any An "All Star" team of devutat-,
le the war to advance hold valiant line .
to :t
flyers
the
her
Administration
the the branches of the Veteran I I through career on operatic( j
while In
standing I against the raging Zeros while the
fees and similar costs I :stage '
Army I 6, Go to the registrar with your 9. Yes $50 a month if you are newer, improved aircraft already ;, Among these are the "Jewel
((4t! - honorable discharge and your high single and $75 if you have a wife or were on the path from designing : Song" from "Faust," 'Ah for e .

MONTREAL ICNSi-< The Can*, school and other credits other dependents board to production lines and thento lu.." from "La Travlati," and the
dun government has rejected an T. The rule and regulation are 10 If you were, under 25 when battle fronts Gavotte from "Manon _
applicant for a oeiutAbie Job now "lngdrawn, but the plan laG you entered service, you will receive Designing anj building a maxi Vitally Interested (in contemporary
with the Royal Canadian Mounted ) have the school certify you u a one year of schooling for mum number of aircraft has, been music. Miss Jepson, too, usually
Police, The man w,turned down student eligible to veteran benefits your first 90 dd of qualifying the war role of manufacturers who offers some of the best modern
for physical reason. He !. .9 ,feet, so that you can enroll at once service( plus a perfo equal\ to the were la the aviation( dell at, the American and English comnoaU
10 Inches tall, 8, Up to $WI) a year In tuition time you spent In active service start of th- war. i tiona


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tffie OpbrfoRUNWA Faurot Calls A & R Stuffs N. L. Football Pennant In The




Sunday'Tossup'Granchelli GameA Bag; VF-4 Holds Slim Lead In Hot A. L. Race



Pounding down the home stretch of the Station's touch football races, A & R was

To Starh running safely in front of the National League while VF-4 was being pressed hard by

a .. 'i 'lw+ Fliers Visit Third Seaman Guard and VF-4 Ordnance in the American circuit.

By Bernard Kahn, Y3c Infantry ElevenJacksonville's With the seasonal schedule virtually completed in the National, A & R has the pen- 1

nant in the bag with six wins and no losses.
ian
Football practice usually NAS Fliers, who VF-4 is currently pacing the American loop pack with five straight wins, but there "
arduous and dull daily soared to lofty heights last week -- h. tramoa. ...on't'lnn",
when they breezed to a 33-0 win are CllUUgll gCUllCO 1 CJllcllIlJllgto
grind. However there's fellowship -
,
over a weak Cherry Point club, play to enable Seaman
sometime MY ARM!
in it and come "back-to-carth" Sunday afternoon LET GO Guard or VF-4 Ordnance to

fun. when they run headon into overhaul the leaders. The
The best laugh getter the rough, tough Third Infantry .
"' Guards and the Ordnancemeneach
among the Station coaches i is Cockades at Ft. Benning (near : : \
five and lost
Lt. John Mason, who was head Columbus, Ga.). [. : 1 have won .
;
mentor at Colorado School of The Sabbath kickoff at 1100 in i only one.

Mines when Whizzer White wa Ft. Benning's finds the huge Fliers Doughboy meeting Stadium a- : : Playoffs get under way late

the club's whizf I heavy, experienced Third Infantry next week. The postseasonseries

bang Mason is outfit coached by Capt. Charles involves the top four teamsin

a vociferous, r, Ziogas of Coe College, Iowa. The each league in a round robin.

volatile veteran + soldier grid machine JS manned by VF4 and VF4 Ordnance matched
r + 11 veteran college stars and it has strides with two wins apiece this ,
with a tongue ample reserve strength. past week in the American loop. r '

aa sharp as a Coach Don Faurot gives his VF4 shaded Docks-Ferries, 6 to

razor's edge. Fliers only a 50-50 chance, at best, 0, in an overtime period. The lone
Frinatance, to win. score resulted from a pass pitchedby
the Fliers werescrimmaging "If we are in top form and at Kittrell and caught by Wool-
our best, It's a toss-up," Faurot 1;' x.N wine. VF4 also edged out T4, 6 to 0,

and Fred Rod- saJd. "But we'll have to play bet- on a pass interception.VF4 .
gers, a substitute ter ball than we hate been playing Ordnance felled T4, 12 to 0, 1
halfback, to win." -.N in .ra Laub tossing touchdowns to Bowes
was having The Cockades have a smooth Q4 and Miller. The Ordnancemen

trouble with his l functioning machine, largely due conked Docks-Ferries, 12 to 0, with
torn grid trous- Lt. Mason to the fact that no less than four Kaiser connecting to Sundry and

ers. Finally Mason, exasperated, of its members played varsity ball Laub heaving to Kaiser.
shouted at the top of his lungs: together last year for the strong Boathouse plastered VF5, 18-0.

."For Pete's sakes, Rodgers, pull University of Indiana Hoosiers Patturelli shot two scoring salvos
up your pants before you trip over: They are Brilliant Billy Hillenbrand to Sebastian and another one to
All-America triple-threat;
them and ruin a play. Besides, Huff.
Lou Saban, hard charging fullback ,
I'm getting darned tired of lookIngat In the National league competition -
your fanny!" ; Chuck ,Jacoby, a swift back Dispensary staged a 48 to 0 .
who excels in pass snatching; and I track meet at the expense of the
A Bum Rap Fred Huff, 215-pound tackle. I Storekeepers. Fitzpatrick tallied
After reading the 'Williamson S>'s-- In addition the Soldiers are bolo four touchdowns for stardom.
fern" which ranks the Station's Fliersbehind stered by Bill Reinhard, Univer- In this picture Tad Hapanowlcz, burly Cherry Point tackle who Personnel pffted CC Stewards,
such unquestionably Inferior sity of California triple threat- for Penn Mate, appears to be applying what wrest
team as Miami U. and Daniel' Field, formerly played 12-0, on aerials from Harper to
this department has reached a con halfback, and John Bortka, another lers would call an 'arm lock' on Johnny Allsup, 150-pouml Station Bullock nod Williams.
clusion, to wit: triple-ply ace who quarterbacked bcatback. But Allsup (No. 10)) wiggled loose somehow and scampered A & R, generating high voltage,
It there Is anything more unreliable the Kansas State Jayhawks for 14 before he was finally downed. The Station Fliers
than a Fed-headed woman, a snake on another yank shocked the CC Stewards, 36 to 12,
a rock or the Gallup poll. It'* 'scien three seasons. The Infantry's prov- licked the Cherry Point Marines In Saturday's game, 330. (Official A & R manufactured its total on
tific" football rating svstems. Continued On Page Seven U. S. Navy Photo.) chunks from ShoQoIst to Ramsey,
Amen!
Stolenborg to Kanpczet, Ramsey
Hold Your Hats !
Boys to Carter, Ramsey to Shoqoist

game The, which Georgia-Florida ranks as a Jackson-football Over 75 Cage Aspirants Report For Tryouts DD twice toss and and Kanpczet bolted for intercepted a marker a

ville institution alongside the St. Dodd averted a whitewash for the /

Johns River, the beach and the CCS's by flipping scoring passes to

crowded buses, resumes its old All Cagers Are Krivinsky and Chitty. S \
place as a feature of Jax's Ar- O & G whipped Personnel, 6-0,
mistice Day program this Satur- To Join when Cooney uncorked a pass to
day at the Municipal Stadium. Urged Young on the first play of the '

After a lapse of one year due to game. The O & G outfit also down.
cancellation of Florida's grid slate Station SquadAlthough ed Dispensary 13-12 in an over- 1

last season, the meeting of TomLleb's .J ; basketball for 1944-45 time event. Shields was on the
throwing end and Dorishi and
Gators with Wally Butts'Bulldogs
is still in its embyro stage, Coach
the
reclaims its eminence as Sax Elliot is beginning to get a Montgomery were on receivingend
of the 0 & G aerials.
the annual "Cracker States Clas- line the talent availablefor
sic." hazy on In the Officers' league, union
the Station Fliers this season.
II still has number of left
It will be the 23rd struggle in aseries Practice tryouts are being held a games
to play,. VF5(2) amI1'0 pos-
that is in tradition Mainside Auditorium
steeped "In the every unblemished records. .
and always as full of action as a afternoon this week from 1500 to sess NAOTC 60. I
downed ,
VF5(2)(
barroom brawl. Since the first 1630 and Coach Elliot has extended Barclay )twirled to Dierker for

clash in 1904, Gawja has won 17 an invitation for all aspiring the scoreOperations.

games, Florida four and they tied cagers to report. The tentative laced VF4(1)( ), 14-12
once. The last time these bitter roster lists over 75 hoop hopefuls. in a hard fought contest. A safety
rivals collided was in 1912 and MEver>'body will be given a the winning margin for
Georgia's Rose Bowl champs wal- i chance to show their Muff," El- provided VF4 after they had scored twice "

loped the everlasting byjeepers out GE+; Hot said. "\\e won't start the on passes from McDonough to Ski
of the 75 0, Bulldogs schedule until midDecember -
Gators. to The game and Ski, in turn tossed to Bosin-
gave the Station's strong I but we're getting the squad Continued! on Page Seven
eleven an upper-cut in 1912, too lined up."
Good weather will probnblv I I I It is likely NATTC will also -

bring a crowd of close to 20,000 to have a basketball team this season. Thompson Fronts

the Stadium for the kickoff at I S S. I In early workouts a number of
1430. The 40-year-old habit of I former collegiate, and high school Bowling Event S :
stars, including officers and enlisted -
rabid Georgia-Florida fans of
attending -
I with high single
Thompson, a
have their wares
men, plied
this can't be broken.
game I Elliot's game of 225 was front man in the
Coach approval.
+, for
Georgia upset Alabama last I
at the
week. 14-7. Florida numbers I at ,rt Among the enlisted men with "Flar-A-\Vay" tourney
'college experience are Joe Mainside bowling alleys yesterday.
among its victlmt the Station'sFliers I cage
in the event is continuingall
Play
Trosper, a small but deadly shot-
who agreed not to use their I for Oklahoma week with leaders expected to
who
maker played
former professionals against the "t
City 17. and who was high point change.
collegians and suffered the
conse- .
Here are the current leaders:
NAS
quences in the form of a 27-20 a, I for the strong Hutchinson '
225 Sitter 223 Fahl.
Thompson ,
team last year; Louis Bertrand, *
loss 1 S berg 222, Veluzzi 217, Roth 212, \
1 r. 1 Brigham Young; Dave Kaiser, who
The echo of the final whistle 1' 6r.
211 203 Eilerman
t played for the Station in 1943-44; Erickson Kelly "
was still in the air after that W. R. Hambrick, a scoring ace for 202, Cohen 202, Turbville 201, Drew ...
Station-Florida clambake when 201 and Steinke 199. .
Morehead State Teachers; Wllmer
Coach Lieb made a bee-line for 1 +l't s:4: aL Planansky, Nebraska Teachers; --'-i--!
Donaldson and told the
Johnny Fliers' prize 18 year old high Lieut. Sax Elliot (above), is coach of the Station basketball team Dennie Robertson, Reedly Junior Athletic Pavilion OpenAn ,
school speedster that the Univer- this beacon. Last year Elliot tutored the undefeated St. Mary's College; James Schimpf, Penn; athletic pavilion across from
sity would like to have him as a I (Calif.) Preflight eager A former University of Southern California Leonard Serfustlnl, a member of Hangar 115 is maintained by the
permanent guest on its campus star, Elliot later coached at his Alma Mater and he's also Continued On Page Seven Physical Training Department for
after the war. However, Coach handled the Joe E. Brown AAU Stars and the Los Angeles A. C.'s. ._1 tSJ! use by all hands daily from 0830

Butts got to Donaldson first and (Official U. S. Navy Photo). Lambasts. to 1700. Striking bags, wrestling I

the shifty kid halfback with the Bainbridge mats, trampolene, climbing ropes,

hula-hula hips is going to GeorgiaIf Fliers Grease The Skids Under NC Preflight, 49-20 parallel bars, weight lifting apparatus -
the war ends before he's eligi- and a boxing ring are .
ble for an old-age pension.Here's CHAPEL HILL, N. C.-Two un- yours for the asking. An instructor I
hoping that when the defeated Navy football teams collided is on duty to offer you a help- 1
Point Marines 330A
Cherry by here and when the
Gators and the Bulldogs fight it Sunday ing hand, if you need one.
smoke of battle cleared
out In 1945 you'll find the names away
whooping audience of 6,000 North Carolina Preflight was wal-
of Donaldson and Gus Letchas- but frustrated Flying -
left Mason Field Saturday after- The scrappy lowing in the wreckage of a 49-20 4.OTeams
frosh flash at found the Fli-
who a Gawja
Leathernecks
was
noon muttering in their beards licking at the hands of Bainbridge,
before Joining the Navy-in the and as one sailor said, what Jack- ers' line as hard to buck as the
lineup and you can't blame a guy sonville's Naval football crew did point of a bayonet. Johnny August, Md.The dynamite-laden Bainbridge Of the remaining 18 unbeaten -
for hoping, canya? former Alabama triple-threat, and untied football teamsIn
to Cherry Point shouldn't happento Sailors gave<<, Preflight a thoroughand and
An Ear To The Ground anyone, not even the Marines Hugo Marcolinl, burly fullback, fancy thrashing with a dis- the country, six are service t(1(
Treating Cherry Point with mainsprings of the Cherry Point play of sheer power. Coach Joe outfits. .
A "mech" buddy of mine was true Navy hospitality, the Sta attack, were never able to chink Manlaci's unbeaten and untied The only service teams with -
sitting m the stands at Mason tion's Fliers lambasted their Ma- the Station's defensive armor. The Bainbridge Commodores have won perfect records are Army (with J I
1
Field! Saturday and he reports the ride grid guests, 33 to 0. North Carolina Marines reachedthe six games, scoring 216 points six wins), Bainbridge, Md., ._ {'
following conversation going on The game was one-sided as a Fliers' 30-yard line once on against 41 for their opponents. Navy (6), Randolph Field,
when the Fliers had the ball on mirror, and Coach Don Faurot I a series of short passes, and that Vanderweghe scored three touch- Texas (6), Bunker Hill, Ind.,
Cherry Point's three-yard line: was the nearest they ever came downs for the Commodores. A
could have run up a score as big Naval (6), Ft. Pierce Naval ,-
"There he goes," said one as the war debt-well, almost to the promised land. crowd of 15,000 attended the game, Amphibious Training Base ((5)),
WAVR but he substituted freely and was Meanwhile, the Fliers staged a which saw Bainbridge ram across Norman Okla., Navy (5) and
"Let him go," replied her girl satisfied with a five touchdown carnival of touchdowns and scored Tour touchdowns in the second Camp Campbell, Ky., (4),
Continued On Page Seven margin. Continued On Page Seven quarter alone. : .



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I Tigers Play & R Football Leads National All Cagers Are Lt Comdr. Hancock



I College On VF4 From came Page back Six and beat Urged To Join Reports Honolulu

r 12-6. Slafkosky threw to Station SquadContinued
Seeking their second win in as and

many weeks, the Station's Tigers 'I game. to Slafkosky.McDonough From Page Six Ready For WAVES
Edward Waters Collegeof Jim the 1943-44 Sampson Naval five
engage I VF5(2) defeated its rival VF5(3): ( ) ;
Jacksonville in a negro football 1812. Dierker hurled three Gene Smith, Oakland City College; Lt. Comdr. Joy B. Hancock, who
clash at Mason Field Friday afternoon : with Laughlin catch- Howard Strum, U. of Wyoming; has visited this Station, recently
The kickoff Is at 1400. William Berner and others.
and Seel of in Hawaii
two one. was on a tour inspection
Coach Irving liter's Tigers son Unite Officer hoopsters who have reported -
,. AlUe looking: toward overseas sere
s clawed Bethune Cookman College third The standings through Mondayi include: Jim Ellor, six-foot- ice of WAVES. "Preparations for
4 of Daytona Beach, 26 to 7, the National LeagueW. five Newark College vet; Gilbert receiving WAVES In Hawaii are
.. last Friday at the Mason gridiron Jaunt L. Pet. Brown, Bradley Tech; F. G. Erick- practically complete," a Honolulu
here. Upward of 1,000 per- The P& n 4 6 ei6 2 .666 son, U. of Utah; Don Gothier, a paper quoted Lt. Comdr. Hancock

on, Including Capt. W. W. Smith, )' 4 3 .571 topnotch performer for Wayne as saying.
Commandant attended the & G 43 :.571 State Teachers; Tom Mann, Pur-
3 3 .500 due and Indiana State Teachers; "Speaking on a Navy Day pro-
Stewards 2 4 .333 gram, Comdr. Hancock, first Navy
Bill Johnson, a lanky AllAmericaat
1 4 .200
0 5 .000 Kansas In 1933; James Levine, WAVE to set foot on Oahu, said
Fliers Must Stop Weekly ResultsA Minnesota; Carl Riedel, Occidental, I she found from her conversationssince
To & R 36; CC Stewards 12 who was high point man for Cor- arriving here Oct. 16, that
O & G 6: Personnel I there was a spirit of welcome
ro. pus Christi in 1941; A. W. Simpson
Hillenbrand And O & G 13: the WAVES.
Dispensary 48, Storekeepers 0. Seton Hall, and Ted Schroederthe awaiting
Personnel 12; CC Stewards 0. ( 1942 national single tennis "She Is here with a party of

"I. In VPB. won by forfeit from Storekeep- champ), J.V.. Donaldson, G. V. WAVES and women Marines to
., Reinhard SundayContinued American Hooda and others. attend conferences on possible assignments -
LeagueW.
to make of
and
the surveys
L Pet.I Coach Elliot pointed out that
I Gus :5 0 1.000 living conditions in the 14th Naval
Six -
From Page many of the former college stars
Guard 5 1 ,.833 District for a report to the Navy
. ... en and tested backfield stars oper- ny '- Ord. :5 1 .833 who have not played in recent seasons Department.
ate behind an experienced start- (Red) 4 2 .666 are out of shape and are not
downs. p 2 2 ..500 likely to regain their schoolday "Praising the Navy's foresight,
Ing line that averaged 206 poundsper ..250ckSFerrles she said she was informed that the
1 4 lustre.
man. Kit 0 4 :.200.000 I No less than six of the Station Navy here is 'practically ready' for
Hillenbrand, Saban, Jacobyand 5: .000 I them (the WAVES) now.
football players double in basket- ,
Relnhard all played for the Results "Comdr. Hancock said she was
I Weekly ball but will not until
they
report
Edo
All-Star squad which I the WAVES who
confident come
f College VF4 6; Docks-Ferries 0.
"tI clashed, with the professional sional VF4 6; T4 0. after the grid campaign. They are to Hawaii will live up to the splen-
Chicago Bears In Chicago's annual I VF4 Ord. 12; T4 0. Bill Leckonby, Sam Snyder, Tom- 'did record they have establishedfor
VF4 Ord. 12 Docks-Ferries 0.Boathouse .
; John Joe
my Bishop, O'Quinn,
classic this August. after themselves continental Unit
charity id! : VF5 0. Brown on
and Elwood Lester.
By virtue of an open date on its VM 6; VF5 0.Officers'. ed States."
I Boys with high school -
League experience
schedule last weekend, the Third '- i I
I well rested and in Al w. L. 1000 and this lot includes many
Infantry is 4 '
( 3 0 Commercials
) all-state prep stars and physicallyfit -
.
for the Station. The Cock- *
shape First t' 0 1000
ades belted Fort Knox, 19 to 0, ((3) 3 1 .750 youngsters full of fire, are as WANTED
In other the ed ? ratlons 2 1 .666 follows: Ride to Air Station In mornings fiom
two weeks ago. games Point's 2 1 :.666 Merle Bacon, E. B. Balnes, Stan Barton vicinity of SprIngfield Call Sid Horo
Third Infantry upset Maxwell & R 1 1 .500 Ken rari C. K. Boyette, Dexter witz, Ext. 575. e
Field, 26 to 0; lost to the highly 2 3 ..400 Combs, tra ro John FOR SALE
Third Air Force by 22-0; and ( ) 7 .000 Gene Crowder Steve Cresswell, Carlyfe One three-piece bedroom suite; one
touted two Weekly Results Camden Walter Dunbar, Gerald Gel- living room suite (two piece) five-
. and bowed to Ft. Benning's Fourth then VF5(2) 6, NAOTC 0 berg, Bill Hallman, W T. Hawkins, piece kitchenette set. One Jac.ne; bed.
Infantry (which plays on this Sta- VF5(2)) 18 VF5(3)( 12. George Hendrlcks, W. Gt. House, Luke two mattresses. 1214 B. Hancock St.,
tion 18 November) by 146. ('(' VF4 12; NAOTC 6. Hutchlngs, B. A. Isbell George Jack- N.A.S.
son, John Kachlk, Elmer Kllmko, G. WANTED
14 VF4 12.
Meanwhile, the Fliers have been yard Operations ; Lapidus, Victor Laub Donald Leitman Nice clean cart '37 to '40 model Light
showing symptoms of going places pigskin H. J. Lemol, Bob Luther, Bob Marshall coupe reterrea. Cash. R. T. Lee,
offense-minded club that Allsup James McNutt! Clyde Miller J. 3724-B, r .
with an Football C. Mottern.: G T. Murphy, WallaceNess FOR SALE
boasts a solid if green line and by Harold Potter, Everett Rogers Lady's grey cloth coat, trimmed In
three fine backs in Bill Leckonby, ondary Ken Schmidt Ted Shard. K. M. Shee- squirrel. Excellent condition. Size 10.
and Donaldson Ing up. NAS 33; Cherry Point 0. han B. D. Townsend, N. J. Trotten- 1440-A( Child Street, NAS. .
Gus Letchas Johnny Army, 83; Vlllanova, 0. I berg Ed Turner Jim Weaver James PLEASE RETURN ,
who run and pass; with class. The Randolph Field 68, North Texas Ag- Wood, Nartln'Unfch{ Ottls Williams G. rJ"ill the person who found a boy's
White To Captain Filers College, 0. I E. Hampton M. D. Cory, R. C. Wilkes, Black Beauty," at the corner
named Allie Navy, 32; Notre Dame il31. E. F. Baldwin, H. Jacobs and J. E. of Yorktown and Mustln last Sat-
Coach Faurot ing a TCU., 19; Chatham Smith and others. urday afternoon please return it to(
.White, former TCU and pro Philadelphia the Jackson Air Base, 10; lohsSISSlP.Pl, 0. Lieut. L. R. Shockley, Quarters 7,
Eagles tackle, as game Norfolk Fleet 19 0. Third Air Force (Morris Field, N. Naval Hospital, injury Coast Guard Academy, 20, Brown, 0. C.). 34; Georgia Preflight 12. FOR SALE
captain. White sustained an elled Navy PT School, 45; Boston College, Balnbrldge (Md.) Naval, 49; North Man's pre-war bicycle $25,00. Cassels.
before the season opened and with Carolina Preflight, 20. ART2c, Radio Shop, V-5, Ext. 8102.
he has been slowly rounding into Camn Detrick, 13; Mercerburg Acad- U. S. Submarine Base (Groton, FOUND
of the "*ElBunke COerJnd6Afo'o; Cross. 0. Sailor's pea coat left in car, betweenAir
shape for grid combat. r Hill Navy, 32; Camp : 46; Amarlllo Air Base and Jacksonville Saturday
Faurot pulled a surprise in his 0. Field, 6Maxwell. night, October 28. Owner contact San-
r starting lineup by promoting Al on a Norman Navy, 15: ; Oklahoma A & Field, 25; Fort Bennlng dens, Galley 2, NATTC.
175- yard 0. Fourth Infantry, 7, WANTED
Granchelli, a five-foot-six, ,' 1&A Iowa Preflight 47; Tulsa, 27. Camp Lejeune 41' Bogue Field 0. Navy wife household assistant-Gar-
pound Lockport, N. Y., high school Southern California, 28; San Diego Camp Peary, 41; Camp Lee (Va.), 0. age quarters and salary for Navy wife
plugger, into the fullback post. :21.Alameda. Sampson Naval, 39; Scranton U., 0. who will assist with household andchildren.
Granchelll was aerial '' Coast Guard 12; Calif or- Daniel Field, 20; Charleston Coast I Dally transportation availablefor
Two weeks ago 'I' 6.March. I Guard, 13. husband via Navy ferry from Bolles
running on the fourth string, but to set Field,, 35, UCLA 13. .Lakes, 45; Marquette. 7. School landing.
Brown ---- -
he caught the eye of the Flier

coaches practice with drills.his An spirited Injury to work George iw over' They Set Up WAVES Athletic. Program

Faust, the Station's ace fullback, ".-

gives Granchelli his big chance. It Point b
is doubtful whether Faust, former
pro Chicago Cardinal back, will -

see much service, if any, Sunday. the d
Also on the injured list and defi- movie I

nitely out of the game is Frank girls

. Lehn, a fast, big tackle who is hobbling Jim : x 1MM.
, around on crutches as & result tor !
of a wrenched knee. for 9
,. Probable starting lineups (wIth
weights) and college experience, If praises

THIRD INF. PCS. JAX NAS very '
,
L. K. Bishop 177 ,. :
Taylor 190 : said. 41
(Kentucky) ( ISchool)
Varian, 215 L.T. Vulker. 204 any r *iij
. (Penn Mil. Col.) (N. C. Frosh) and \ I .
Tank, 215 L. G. Hanzel 193 I y"i.
(Dayton U.) (Jax NATTC) topline '
Bachman. 215 C. Ecklund. 200 and r'
( (Oregon) Fliers : La
:
D ehbJ.1i1M R.G. Klikpatrlck, 200 : cards" :
(Gco Wash. U.) (High School)
Huff, 213 R T Janusas 202 They ,
(Indiana) (Boston College) :.\ ., \ .
J:>owd. 206 R. E. Lester 188 "
(Mercer) (High School who : -
Eortka. 175 Q. B Ixckonby 182 fellow
(Kansas State) ( ro' Brklyn, t>. ) 1.1 : { h
't Hillenbrand. 190 L. H.B. Lctchas 1G8 ('h : < "
(Indiana) (Geoigla F Frosh) King --' > ." "Mje't
Canterella 173 n.n.D. Donalds'n, 173 Hardy / i; 'fs
School) ::
(Semi-Pro) (High ;
.... Saban 205 F. D. School 173 Davis : ,,......,,-,,,.-' '-
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"But I think he Is," said the Station Cherry (

first WAVE.
"But I think he Is not," declared Letchas
fYOnInn
the other. '" Points' i''B.' _..r IW-, 11I_ _1m_wtwJMr- "Yes, he Is," persisted the first Vanni 3. Leadership for the broad athletic Assistant Athletic-Welfare Officer, Sarah Jane Jackson, Sp(S)3e

WAVE. w t set up for WAVES of this Is the swimming director. She hasa athletic assistant, majored In Physical
, "No, he's not," stoutly retortedthe Closkey, is provided by the WAVES I B A. degree In Physical Education Education at PennsylvaniaState

other. Kittrell, : Staff, composed and a B. S. degree from and was an instructor in ,
'0 The center snapped the ban anda White (back row) Lt. (Jg) Katherine Western Michigan, College, and Forest Hills Junior High School, .'t

Flier halfback scored a touchdown Keown Rahl, WAVES Athletic-Welfare was an instructor In Physical Education Forest Hills, Pennsylvania. '

upon which the "mech" ter. who holds an M, A. de In the Hastings Schools, Betty Matava S2c, Is an assistant .
turned to the girls and said, "lIe Point. from New York University In Hastings, Michigan.' athletic Instructor and the gear '.
did." an.sen, Administration of Physical Mary P. Moore, Sp(G)3c) swim- room manager. '
"Did what?" asked the girls in and is on leave from ming instructor, has a stellar Phyllis Poole, SpSlc( ) WAVES

surprised unison. University of Chicago faculty. I swimming background as assistant Welfare Specialist, has aided during
"Scored, of course," snarled our is the originator of six-player at the Irving Park Y. M. C. A., the past year in building the

agitated pal. Point hockey for girls, and Is on Chicago, Illinois, and has starred In recreation program for WAVES,
Sri "Oh," said the first WAVE, "we Net jds. National Rules Committee. Her all sports. in co-operation with the Service !
weren't interested in that. I said Passes duties with NAOTC In- Nancy M. King, Y2c, is in chargeof Men and Women's Council of USO ,e

5\ Bill Kirkpatrick was the best look- Passes setting up athletic-welfare the make-up for the WAVES in Jacksonville, as co-director for
.., ing boy on the team and she said Yards Passes on all stations. Physical Training-Welfare Booklet station dances, and In dozens of '<<
he's not." First Ensign Verla It{, 11111, Assistant other station welfare projects. She fi(

Thasall, Bub! Yards Officer, Is the Mary J. Bearse, SpT)3c( ) Is an I was formerly a professional dan,. "
Fumbles Fumbles[ director. She holds a B. E. athletic assistant from VF-5. cer.

GAMES TIUS WEEK r : from Illinois Normal, and (Front row) Alberta L. Innis, Nancy Fowler, S2c, athletic assistant
Jacksonville NAS vs. Third Infantry net : an instructor In the Oak Park S2c, athletic-welfare assistant attended works with the WAVES

(at Navy Fort vs.Benning Cornell.), 14,n :: Illinois Virginia Intermount College half. time and Is Admiral's Orderly;
Army vs. Notre Came.. llansen Ensign Anne Van Westrenen, 1* ,'f time



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: 9 Civilian Editorial Employees Offices News Hews Of IVb Inspection And Survey DepartmentMetal


i Personnel Relations Office. Bldg. 13 Machines & Accessories Div.

\' Telephone Extension 3SS5 EmployeesInA&R -- -
Ruth C. IlaNcli! Reporter
The Civilian! Employees' News a two-page section of the Sax Air appreciate Florida and the fewthings
Rt News, is devoted to reporting the news of the Naval Air Station's Your R.R.R. is on the air again. she has to offer.
Civilian Employees and is sponsored by the RR.R.7 You don't know what this We
are depending on Mr. Still
,
Employees' Association for Civil Service Employees stands for? Well It's like this- .
our
very capable supervising Inspector
: Officers "Goodbye little darling, you're Rambling, Reporter Ruth. I think
on night and his
r'; President leaving," was the theme Monday that's what this column should be shift
William O. Klncald. Phillip D. Myers, Treasurer good crew. We know they can and
night at the Correspondence Sec- called for it's
Vetter really all I do-
Polly Secretary will really keep things going in a
tion party in honor of Vera Ro. ramble from .
I ; Directors one subject to the 4.0 manner We haven't ...
.. forgot. .
mano, more commonly known next.
George H. Martin Melt C. Jackson under ten all of you and hope we will ." '
the pseudo-name of V. Roman. Please one request before I ".
Frank H. McKinley Donald A. Woods! be hearing from from time to
It, Phillip D. Myers Kenneth M. McDuffle ovitch (substitute journalist for bring you the news I have gath- time. Everyone you I've talked to .
this column). Despite the sadness U'ed. Let me ask "Won't
Daniel R. Whiddon William O. Kincald you, seems to like the night shift O.K.
Polly Vetter of the occasion everyone assumedan you please jot down anything you Paul Deloyed Petee
i AMMPlc
,
air of gayety ( possibly due to do or hear that someone else has
News Staff from
/ and Reporting the champagne so freely imbibed) done that would be of interest to In Waukegan Illinois reported
I Assembly Repair: our department October 26th.
Maintenance ...........__.._...._................_...Walter Riviere and along with the clinking of the leaders, and let me have it to We welcome you Petee!

; Accessories ......................_......-.......___......................W. T. Martin glasses there were several toasts print. Don't think the Jax Air I What is this I hear about .
and News a romance
; Metal and Machine...............................................Delma F3. Register good wishes for a pleasant fu- won't appreciate it. They I bidding down in
if Engine Overhaul ......................._..._........._.._.........Lillian Lindsey ture, Present at this most auspicious will definitely! If I don't send in Overhaul? From the Engine

,. Jt Progress ...........................__....?. .., ..,. .._....?..?.......Tom Quinn event were Vera Romano a report, they are calling asking given. I don't know but description it sounds
", Aircraft Overhaul ....:._......._...._._...........Amelia Drawdy ( guest of honor),. Betty Fedor for some news. They do want ev- like that tall red-headed,

Interim Overhaul .....,..._.... M...._.MMMMm.._......Laura Adams Katherine Binns (lately of N. Y.), ery department represented, so ton. You remember that Derrlng-

) Production Eng. ......_.__._.........._._..............Don Ragin Viola Ritchard, Berthadean Green. come on gang, and let's not let who 1 Introduced to happy time boy .
wait, Adeline the down. you some ,
Jocis .
and
,' Production Control -...__._._..._..............Pattie Bennett Wilma paper If you don't see ago. I know you're glad to be .
f' t IVb Employees ...........__ r.---, ,__.,..?..._.......Adeline Jocis Stockwell. me during the week, hold on to back In good ole U.S.A. and all
}f- Inspection and Survey: Vera received, as a parting gift, your news items and I'll be by that but, now take it ,
Aircraft Overhaul -,-.-,.._, ...?._._...Murlel E. Mitchell a sterling silver costume pin with Wednesday morni.ig at the latest. Mac. easy Y

Supply Dept. ........?,?,..,.._...._..............Ruth Love earrings to match. She donned her If not, give it to .Mr. Hinson and
he will In turn hand It to me immediately I must close. You know I do
l ._. ......Ruth C. Raisch possessions immediately thereby -
A. & R. Depts _____-. Thank you." have a job myself to do believeit
giving everyone an opportunity to
Sara Verner
',. v Priscilla Glenn remark on her new glamour. It'' A complaint: There has been a or not. Following is a letter I
hard to complaint made about the apples recently received that may help
Public Work Dept........................................................Audrey Womble was know that say g'bye to wish Vera andI that Stancil has been bringing you to realize that this Air Sta
Louise Abraham every good goes itt his lunch and being here in ole :\.
II! with her. She'll not be soon forgotten recently. After all good (It10n ,
t. Ceclle Devenlsh Stancil if U.S.A. isn't half bad.
you must bring apples Think it
9' Supply Department ........................................................_...Lisette Temple I I Group.That by .the Mall, File and Record I II try to bring! juicy red ones like over .

N you used to take-the teacher. OK. ?
beaming countenance in Poor Service: Mr. Smith ( R. C.) "SOMEWHERE IN THE
1 Personnel Record Is'or course, tells me Red Martin has been MARSHALL, ISLANDS"
receiving -
n inside Public Works sweet little Mary Frances Stephens very poor service at the Somewhere in the Marshall Islands .

whose husband is due homeon different eating places. Why just where the sun is like a
a 15-day leave. They haven't curse;
a ;i By F.thpl1.: Shanahan i I seen each other for about eight the other of a night plate Red of spaghetti was the recipient Where each long day Is followedby
on
I .. ,. ... months. G. I. Stephens is stationed another--even worse.
/
The following story may damp. 1. his back. Nice cleaning job eh :
I
en the Izaak Waltons. Last Sunday f CRAFT in Nebraska now so it's Red? Where the coial dust blows thicker '
a long trip home-but, boy is it than the shifting desert
sand
I
afternoon two young fishermen Miss Wolfe !is "getting by" but .
from Public Works were \f, worth it!!!! Just take a look at she Where the white man dreams of a
says surely misses Helen Bur-
i wept off their feet by a Wave! yfRHAUL i! Mary Frances and you'll know nette. Helen is on the night shift finer and slightly colder land.

The unlucky anglers had gone to / \, ,\.\; why.To temporarily. "One good thing Somewhere in the :Marshall Islands .
tti-j Jetties to fish when from a Lovle Hamilton-"Keep your about it, tho'," says Helen "I do where a woman is never
calm sea, waves boiled up andr \ chin up and hope, HOPE HOPE." get to eat breakfast." Don't gain seen,

"' caught them unawares, washing \ Lovle's husband has been repotted too much Helen. Where the sky is never cloudy and

.. over our fishermen on the jetty and as missing in action. Sometimessuch Mr. Carpenter is a newcomerin the grass Is never green,
cutting them off from land. When messages are forerunners of Electrical Shop. Welcome too Where the gooney birds fuss night.

they started for shore, the waves good news. May it be thus for r division, Mr. Carpenter. ly robbing men of blessed

hurled them into the channel, inflicting By Amelia S. DrawdyThe Lovie. _. Guess you feel quite "import"now sleep

,,, cuts and bruises on the drive for new recruits for -- Mr. McClure! McClure AOM: Where there Isn't any whiskey and
victims' heads hips and elbows. Ic and his wife just recently announced but two cans of beer a week.
\ A Navy crash-boat from Mayport the A & R is beginning to show the birth of et fine daugh-

rescued our friends. Don't mention results. In Aircraft Overhaul we f ; ;:s pplv3SALIJES ter. Somewhere in the Marshall Is.

jetty fishing to them. are glad to welcome several new- "Wedding congratulations and lands where the sun bakes j

Mr. Manley Civil Section has comets. Among these are two very best wishes" go to Mr. and Mrs the ground; .

been suffering with a sore throat attractive young ladies, who have = Thomas. Thomas AMlc, is actIng Where Ice water is a failure and

and in order to carry on, has been placed In the Tubing Shop. supervisor on night shift over your skin is turning brown.
worked with his neck wrapped in They are Mrs. Elizabeth Willis v u shops 21 and 24. Just recently Where you get so tired and lone '

a brightly colored wool muffler up whose husband is a Motor Transit -. <; reported aboard NAS Jacksonville some for the girl vou'veleft
to his ears. employee and Miss Elaine Mitchell. from Coco Solo. behind,
Mrs. Willis was at one time a Almeta (tAl) Monts. S2c, has But still you write a letter, telling
I've been Informed by Mr. T. M. part of Engine Overhaul personnel (1.IDC'h.rUr. D M. Conrad returned from Evansville Indiana, her you're feeling fine.
DeBevoise, (Maintenance) Treas. but we are glad to welcome !I f.r Mint Temple) where she spent her leave. She

urer of the American Federationof you in our division. I JEEPERS, folks, we're sorry If you surely was pleased to "get back", Somewhere in the Marshall Islands
Government Local aren't hating fun:
Employees', I In Shop No. 01 there is Robert But. Home of this. gang came to u* In to dear ole Florida. It is such a where the files own the
6H the Naval Air Station
Chapter
Ray an aircraft worker whose ism. pleasure to meet someone who can place;
that a new more centrally located -
----------- -------- Where the sweat from broW'trickles
stay we hope will be a pleasantone. your
THEODORE J. HASLE
meeting place has been obtained. -
Dry Provision. rapidly down your
It I is the American Legion Storage Group Metal & Machine face.

Post No. 9 home on West ChurchSt. Among the new-raters to be Pickles, oatmeal, rhubarb corn- Where the flies come by the hundreds .
congratulated are Edith Hodgesand "Ha ie" has them all
This will be more convenientfor
In "Dry Provisions" near the gale- and all take delightIn
Jean Dizer who
have the distinction
everyone.It Ted's really on the ball! Shop TwentyBy buzzing by your ear-and then
was with regret that we heardof of being the first two Though missed In Building 1.1-. laughing at your plight. ,
second class women Mechanics in He's really too darn good-
the death of Mr. Cecil Koontz, "Slim" TylerMrs
\Ve had to let him go to find
formerly of the Design Section, our division. You will recall that HU pleasure"'mongst his food!! Nina Schorr is back at Somewhere in the Marshall Is.lands ..

who has been ill for a long while.A these instructors two girls were made the in first Aircraft women RICHARD W. AYLWARD work again after a week's vaca. where they say the

group from the Section attend. 011 & Paint Section tion. trade winds blow .
ed the services at Seasholes. Overhaul. More and more powerto Storage Group Just a word of warning to the Where your thoughts are always
both! WATCH OUT! A will find It's
Saturday's< inspection brought you Into your comfy pin chair way unmarried fellows: Look out! Sadie drifting to the one you use to
forth this incident: A cold north Men! Boys! All eligible MALES! Of course we never mention Hawkin's Day Is just around know;

wind was blowing, men were at Beware! There is a day approaching Who could think to put It there! the corner. Where the moon shines each night,

rigid attention when the Inspecting known as Sadie Hawkin's Day. "Old But Timer"proves Aylward Us well likes worth his while jokes- Joe's wife told him she wanteda and the stars twinkle in the J

Officer' stopped and asked All of you Little Abners be pre. To do your work and do It well- new drea Joe wanted to know, sky,
this: question of a veteran of one pared. With the current man short- But-"Smile, boys, darn. you, Smlle.1HAROLD "Why?" He said "She already hasa Where you wish that you could.

tour of duty: "Are you frightenedof age-anything can happen. There L. BRIDGES dress" stop the tears that fill your I
cold*" "I'm shivering, Sir" he are plots, plans and rumors, being Engine Storage Walcott Sic, says we will havea eye.Somewhere.

sail, his dog-tag loudly jingling whispered in Aircraft Over Harold Bridges Storage came Group"board" better crop of babies next yearas
The Record Section welcomes anew haul. We are all anxious to know A shy and timid soul! all the fathers are registered in the Marshall Islands .
member Mr. Albert Holmes, who the first victim will be. The But just four years among our 'midst Children with pedigrees I sup where a battle has been
results could be startling keep i Has made our Harold bold'!
from the Army Engineers Office. so Why rumor has It-'tho' we hate pose. won, ,
H/s isn't a stranger as there are your eyes open. To mention any names Jack Price is off this week. He Where the stars and styles forever ... .J
now many of his former "Army" Our very best wishes for a really Each morning and each afternoon- is having trouble with his teeth.Isn't will wave from sun to sun; ( 'I"
co-workers here. Other new arrivals good time goes with Mrs Ella He "picks up.-.r. Swell !>..**I it amazing how much stuffcan Where you talk about the future. "._"-

in Public Works are Hazel Leake of the Plating Shop, who WILLIAM H. NELSON I be stowed away in a small planning things that you wilt 1,

Bartolet in Don' Woods (Chief plans to leave Friday for Little General StockS Upkeep-Stock place? Service men have learnedto I do (, I
Control
Clerk) Office; Vashti Medows, Rock Ark., with her daughter, I Division! do this with study and practice, And then you stop and wonder:\_
Utility Section (Maintenance) and Dorothy Wilkerson. She will spend Nelson Is plain "Bill" to us- I but with the women it comes natural When will those plans come I
week husband I For three years and a half It you have any doubts just true?
a visiting Dorothy's
Blanche: Cavarro, File Room. Glad We've all enjoyed his pleasant smile I !
to have you with us. Pvt. G. D. Wilkerson, who And most infectious laugh! look into a hand-bag of anyone
.- -- Is stationed there at present. Havea But-BUI. In thlnkln' 'way back there- of them I had occasion to look OH, take me back to the U.S.A.
good time! It really Is a riddle! I at the contents of Calla Mae and the place I love to well
To quite rt'Call-lf smallO )(
ProductionEngineering Instr. Harry Mount of the Plat -yes! :ROUND-;rOwere O-In the mid-- Troutts last week. Here is the For this God-forsaken place we'reIn
die???? story: She bad her A Jk; R buttons is very close to Hell.
ing Shop I I. the proud father of a ,-
in her bag and when she
got
.; baby daughter. Congratulations!! CARL P. REITERAeronautical
Stock to the Main Gate she had to search "Quiz Kolum" from our Train.

Stock Control Division for them. Naturally they were ing Department: (Answers next
very neat sign hanging in the "Belter"' : wrong JvJ Just can't be! hard to locate, so she dumped the week). '
Drafting Room announcing the In 41. he 1t!
By J. H. Silver
contents into her I know I 1. What Is volumetric efficiency
party. It's unique He BET he'd see this darn place grow- lap.
Here it ia Wednesday NITE and He BET he'd help to do It! missed some of the articles but ? e
so far not a bit of news has been Well, a. I said nothing of great He No BET matter on this what-h the. BET" urce.-on that" .. here la a list of what I saw: 2. What Is the purpose of a

left on my desk by the day shift. importance and It's late will Now Carl. we BET you'd, even BET Nail polish, rouge, lipstick, 14 supercharger?
:.. S->, all I can write about M what close. I do hope the day shift On ONE OK CKOSBV; S HORSESJ!! !II! letters pail Ale one can of chicken 3. Why la it imperative to warm

happened on the night shift. after seeing this small column will CLARK E. SPEER soup box of crackers eight sticks up an engine before take-oft?
All aboard in P.E. drafting respond to my call for some news Assistant Supervisor of gum mirror, comb ring of keys, 4. What position are the breaker

room and Laboratory seem to be item, small or large. Anythingat Purchase Division another lipstick, box powder, bar points in when the spark plug l.
oont nt. I myself find night work I all would be appreciated! Now,Mr"Purchase. Clara Speer'has!a gem, we knowIn of candy 2 pencils, 7 Kleenex papers fired?

P I. interesting. Especially after mid. So until next week, be seeing She came to us In '41 front Army Engineer 14 bobbie-pins, 3 newspaper 3. What purpose do trim tabs,,' ]\
night, when I get sleepy and think you. clippings, brooch empty aspirin serve? VVjj( !
"Her voice I.I ever sweet and low'T -
of methods to keep awake. Toothpicks -Vjafa-- hear her 1* to h"lh- ; box, a dickie (a blouse), 2 one 6. What ia considered the most

or match sticks don't work; Railway Clerk: "Another farmer And. Clara you're just ... .( l.n dollar bills 4 dime. 3 pennies, Important Instrument in a plane T/I'/ )

.., they hurt your eyelids. But Is suing us on account of hU .Who fharsiaclr' ,I oai blush another mirror, billfold, powder. 1. What.U a mouocogue type

I like night work cows, We've most exhausted all our list of ,, pun, card case, 9 photographs, wing?
By the way, P.E. la going to Manager: "Killed by our super "oldest personnel"But : turban, cough drop, writing pad 8. What Is meant by 9 O'IIT'
have another get-together Novern. speed train I suppose?" Til we bear can with finish us Just well one "Ke time- bottle ol LJjterine, compact, ring, 9. How many gallons of goa- 4.' ',

ber 24th. All P.E.: are Invited for Clerk : "No on the contrary, he The plan to Introduce Supply' (bus transfer, two screws and olin do you think a 225O H.P.
further Information to see Lindy complains about the paaaengers f'ClIIta( o( e"J.\ .""'- ous paper A woman wilt lu ,engine consumes per hour
fa the Drafting Room She ha. all leaning out the windows and milk. Perhaps rCA.Will br.' -hen, uaar "Sap's" ens of this around and "et.'fe call yari.1 10. Wlut.. 14 the chord of awing

particulars. Besides, there is a ing them a* the train go put." C-XTM back borne. tat..J!I ''the weaker sec."Ml!!! I T,


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System Used To: Withold EXHIBIT ASSsTaQsSS I

'
Taxes EMPLOYEE'S WITHHOLDING EXEMPTION CERTIFICATE i;
From Salaries Has '
(Collection of Income T.x at Source on W.|M) -.'
.1

Undergone Print full ram __ _. Social Security N* -. ... ....._

Sharp ChangesThe Print home .ddrea8 :.._ i-r __._.__.... .. ..__..___.............:._ !

Individual Income Tax Act FILE THIS FORM W1TJI YOUR EMPLOYER. Otherwise, he U required by l law to withhold Ux from your wages without exemption, .' ;

'HOW TO CLAIM YOUR WITHHOLDING
of 1944 has materially changed EXEMPTIONS '
Accessories .L If yon are SINGLE,write the figure There . ." . . . .. -r- "'''
the method of income
withholding JL
If you are MARRIED one exemption ii allowed for the husband and one exemption for the wife. '1:

. ',.., come taxes from tax returns.wages and The making outstandIng In. DivisionBy (a) If you claim htof theae exemptions, write the Souse "2" here . .. __ ,;'
.
. features of this law and its ) If you claim .*u of these exemptions, write the figure "1"here .' . . . ___

" effect on wage earners are briefly Frances Hanchey (e) If you claim ntiltter of three exemptions,write "0"here . . . .* .. .' __ )

outlined below: INSTRUMENT SHOP JU. If during the year you will provide more than one-halt of the support of persons Closely related to you. write the J/umb/
of j'j'U
Starting December 16, 1944. for The new "A" shift welcomes several sacs dependents here. (See Instruction 3 OD other .ide.) . . . . . ..,

per annum employees and Decem. members from the "B" shift: IV. Add the number of exemptions which you have claimed above and write the local'here . . . I D I II

ber 25: 1944 for per diem ems Gladys Horne, Virginia Farrell, .
-ployees, the amount withheld from Ava Rice, Aline Anderson and certify tla* the number cf withholding exemptions claimed on this ctrtificaU does}< not exceed the number to which I am entitled. '
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wages will be figured on a different Mattie Crews, all on the Horizon

basis. The deduction may be Line. We're glad to have Frances Dated .-:. l$<_ (Signature) ___..._.___..____-.--.. ;'

larger, or smaller, than present Kariker, who is a newcomer. Vir- :..H
depending on the family status. ginia Cornwell and J. L. Kennedy, EXHIBIT BAnd

The facts which determine the AMM1 2c, are on the "A" shift .1.,w..re And .h su'"'.a .f wlrhheldl.0: "umplles: el.lm: .d :_ j
amount of tax deducted from your for the first time, and we're gad] I

pay are to be furnished by you to to see our old friend, E. M. April, ; PROP Ltl I.u 6 I Z I 4 4 7 1AtI t :..0.:: -d:

the Station on Form W-4, The AMM1 Ic, back with our crowd I..rt ,1.",s .,
Employee's Withholding Exemption again. Also, welcome to Blanche The em_sst t 9.x be ",1'"Ithl hell lit1' "

r Ceitiflcate. This form must Hieber Sic, who comes to us from '. .W f\5H I % of
be filled in and returned by you to Minneapolis] where she worked on
SO sil w < your timekeeper on or before December instruments. ):? fIc ..2 S2.10 .200 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .
1, 1944. It Is expected Since the Optical Departmentwas .. 12 n 2.30 .400 0 O' 0 0 0 0 0 0 -
II 14 2.50 ..60 .10 .10 .10' 1 .10 .10 .10 ..0 .1e .
that these forms will be distributed moved from the
Gyro room "- 14 15 2.70 .80 ..10 .10 .10 ..18 ,10 ..10 ,10 .'0 .'0 .;
to the employees on or about to the Main Shop, the Horizon ',
November 15, 1944. Line is much more comfortable; FROM INTERIM AND MINOnOnmllAUL II 16 2.90 1.00 .10 ,10 .10 'JO .10 ,10' .10 .0 ,10Is 1
( INSPECTION 17 ,20 ,20 .20 .20 .20 .20 ...20 20
ell Under the new law you are allowed not so crowded. All gyros in the $1 Is gg Ug :.20 :,20 :,20 Jg :20 .20 :.20 .20 ..70I5 .
one exemption for yourself Gyro Shop now. Garald Cinder is By Priftcllla Glenn I9 BO UO .20 .20 .20 .20 10 .20 .20 .20 20I9 '.

plus one for your wife or husband working on a little "invention" This office ia very happy to welcome 20 :1.70' 1.80 .20 e.0 .20 .20 .10. .20 .20 pO ao ;i

(unless she or he is working too, which it is anticipated will make G. C. Pearce, S2c, to Interim 20 21 400 200 JO 10. ,10 .10 .30 .30 ,30
in which case each could claim his the calibration of D.G.'s easier. and Minor Inspection. Pearce is 21 22 4 20 2.20 :,30 :,30 :,30 :.30 :,30 :.30 :,30 .:ig :ig .t j

own exemption) ; plus one for each The Optical Department is also taking over the office at night 2Z 21 4.40 V 2.40 'O .30 .B: .30 .30 .30 .30 ,30 .30 .;"
of dependents. For example more comfortable now that it has that is, the clerical end of it of 21 24 4 eO 2.70 .70 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 .30 ..30 .30 )
your been moved into the Main 24 25 480' UO .'0 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 ..0 .40 ,40 :
Shop.
a man with wife and two dependent ) course.
children would be entitled to'' W. E. Schneider. Sp< Tlc) has this 2S 2' :00 2.10 'ItO .40..40 ,40 ,40 .40 .40 ,"0 .40
four altogether. In to say concerning the many instruments Last Friday at the 'band con- 2' 27 570 3.30 1.40 ,40 ,40 ,40 ,"0 .40 .0 .40 ."0 ,)
exemptions preparing the cert there were two cute little 27 it 1.40) 50 I to tO ,50 .50 ;50 .50 .50 50. .!O .,
4 Form W-4, Exhibit A, he I spread over long negro jitterbugs here to demon- 25 29 560 3.70 110 I SO .50 ,50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .!O2t ,
would write "2" at line 11 (a), benches : "The importance of op. strate their ability, and brother 30 5 eo 390 2.00 ;',.50 .50:>> .50 .50 .50 .50 .fO :SO .
another "2" at line 111, and the tical instruments in waging a war
they were really good! !! Incidentally 30 31 600 4.10 2.20 :
.50 .50 .SO .50 .50 .50 RO RO
". is emphasized in a visit to the
Op
total 4" would be entered at line Pop Fowler and his band 31 32 670 4.30 2,40 .e0 .to .60 .60 .60 ,60 .eO .to
IV. He would be in "Code 4" and tical Department. The mysterious- though 32 31 640 4.50 26a .70 .60 .60 .to .6Q .tO .to .60
especially good even
were ,
he would have deductions takenin looking curved colimators, targets, 3J 34 660 4.10 2 SO .90 I. .60 .to .t0 .60 .to .60 .t.O I
all of the members weren't there.I .
the amount shown under "4" on and peep holes are a constant 34 3S 690 4.90 3.00 1.10 .604 ,60 .to .60 .ClO .to .60. ,

the withholding tax table, ExhibitB source of wonder to visitors and Just asked Ben Woloson If he 3S 36. 1.10 5.10 I20 IB .70 1 0. .70 '.'0 10' ,7O .'03ft
in accordance with his earnings.It new personnel."The had any news for me, and he answered 37 7.30. 5.30 3.40, ISO .70 ..70 .70 .7Q .70 .70 70 \
science of optics, once me with a very emphatic 37 3. Ho 560 360 1.70 .70 .70 .70 .70 .70 70 10
.
is also extremely importantthat dominated by the Germans, is now "No!" Hmm! 31 3. .'7.70 580 3 eo 1.40. .80 .80 .80 .eo .fO .fO .fO i
the employees show their 3' !10 7,90 6,00 4.00 2.10 .80 .eo .80 .80 ,50 .fO '.50.
address the Form W4as employed to direct gunfire, plot Evelyn] Schultz's husband is corning .
correct on the course of ships and planes, and in town this week-end. They're .0 4'' $.10 6.20 420 2.30 ,'0 .80 .80 .80 .0 .80 .flO ;1
this information is needed by "I 42 8.30 6.40 450 2.50 .80 .80 .eo .0 .0 $0 ,50. ..
to scan the skies for enemy aircraft planning on going to Silver \
the Station in preparing and mailing A2 43 8.50 660 4.70 2.70 ,90 .90 ,90 .90 .'10 .90 .W 4
their Form W-2 which shows .Small. sextants. .for-celestial Springs. Some fun, huh? 43- 44 8.70 680 4'10 2.10 1.00 ,90 .'10 .90 ,90 .90 .90 ,1
earnings and tax withheldfor navigation, drift sights for com Jack Campbell, Bill Wensel and 44 45 9,00 7.00 5.10 3.20 1.20 .90 .90 .90 A0<<; 10 .90

gioss the current calendar year 1944. puting drift off course caused by Big Lane say that they're going to 45' 4' '.20 ].20 5.30 3.40 '.40 .90 '.9'3 .90 .90 .90 .90 "

... After the original Form W-4 is winds, various gun sights to aid freeze to death 1 Lt they don't get 46 .7 '.40 7.40 550 360 ..tg 1.00 1.00 100 1.00 1.00 100 "1
turned in. it is the employee'sresponsibility the gunners in knocking down the their foul-weather Jackets. Brr! 47 4. HO '7.tO 5.70 3 eo 1.00 100 I co 00' I 100 I ro I t.
enemy cameras, binoculars, and thereon 45 49' '.90 7.60 510 '400 2.10 '.C'O I.CO I I0O 100 100 100)
It must be cold out
pretty
to furnish a new other optical instrumentsare 4', 10 10.10 8.00 6.10 4.20 2.30 1.00 I.CO 100 100 HO 100
... Form "'-{ immediately after any many the seaplane ramp. Well, .
,,,
change in the family status has now being repaired here. Someof "wishing will make it so," boys, SO II "" '" 'n .n "en In 10 I i 10 1 0 I If' r III ""
I these instruments are so pre- the 1\\ 12 10 SO 5 40 6 SO uO O. 1.10 ISO '.10 I.I, I.I '.IIT :1
and Jackets are on way. '
occurred. cise that a small error may easily I your 12 U '0.80 5.70 6.70 HO 2.90 '.10 1.10 1.10 .10 '.10 UO )
The basic annual exemption un- The Consolidated and Martin U 54 I 11.00 I 8.90 .90 500 3.101.101.201.201201.20..20. ,
miss his des
OO.OO for each cause a navigator to representatives next door tell me I I. 15 11.20 '.10 7,10 5.20 3,30. 1.40 '.20 1.10 1.20 1.20 1.20 '
der the law is $ I tination by many miles. It is said ::i
person. A single person is therefore that Eddie Rickenbacker's forced that they won't have to go on I
entitled to $50000 for himself I night shift except for occasional
landing in the Pacific was the result their costs into this most worthy Ci I
and 5500.00 for each dependent ) of a hard jolt to his! naviga- visits to the office at night justto Little Things i fund. .4' !

person he may support. A mar- tional instruments in the initial see if everything is running i
for the life of a The many friends throughoutA
lied man would be entitled to takeoff." smoothly. Oh

1500.00 for himself, $500.00 for his Members of the "B" shift are factory representative! From A And R & R and especially those of us I

wife (tit she is not working andsupported still talking about the dinner-dance Our old pal, Cecil Sellers, is on ;!'i Maintenance were shocked Fri- i
Control Board. I believe l'ay morning when we learned that i
Aircraft
by him) and $500.00 for held] in the Palm Room of the the:
each dependent. A married man Seminole Hotel, Oct. 28. A three- that Cecil likes being on the Maintenance the wife of John Holder had passed :

with a wife and two dependent course dinner was served, followed Board. Let's hope Saxton will, too. nway. Our sympathy goes out to ;1\
Little Lane tells that he John in this his greatest loss. -.1
children will therefore be entitledto me
by dancing. :Most of the enlistedas By Walter Kit iere
a $200,000 annual exemption.For well as civilian personnel were might go on mess cook duty soon, Mrs. Mildred] R. Burdick, who
and he doesn't know whether he's As we start this week's columnwe has been for several months secretary
payroll purposes the exemption there and of the hundred present
is allowed on a pay period there were a hundred ways of say- going to like it or not. That'sbad. hear of the start of a great, to the Maintenance Foreman "i

Va>is. The exemption for a weekly ing everybody had a good time. You'd better make up your possibly the most important naval Is now acting Personnel Assistant -

employee is $11.00 weekly and Credit Is due Shelton rick for mind, Henry. to the Maintenance Divi 4 1
battle far in this betweenour
"Casanova" Delgado for me so war, sion. This ia distinct
.00) each for a says a promotion i
$23 pay period per taking an active part in organizing .j
annum employee. A man with a the party. not to put anything in about him magnificent Pacific Fleet and for Burdick and she, we are sure { p

wife and two children would receive Emory B. Morris has been this week. Says he's been pickedon the Imperial Japanese Fleet. Thereis is well qualified and capable of her :<'t I

a $44.00 weekly, exemption.The changed to the "B" shift and is enough. Don't worry, Pete. I very little doubt in our mindsas new position. We all congratulate I
won't even tn nfio* you in this her on her new duties. She will
exemption for a pn annum now acting snapper in the Optical
to of this
the outcome great ,
column. assist the employees of Mainte- y
j
employee in the same dependency Department.
status would be $92.00 per pay ELECTRICAL SHOP NO. 11 I Isn't Booth tall, though? One I engagement. We are almost cer- nance in any and all of their personnel I
tain that our Navy will be overwhelmingly
period.To George :Massy has returned feels like a mole-hill looking up at problems. Some of them '
from leave his ilm. How does it feel to be above successful, but whilewe will be helping] you secure ridersor i
having enjoyed
illustrate the method of computing know this we also know that in I
vacation. Ruth Lariscy everybody, Booth? It must be won- rides getting your gasoline rations -
spent some
the withholding tax, let us any engagement of the proportionsthis '
derful! and the multitude of piob-
home sick nursing bad
take the case of a man earning days a promises to be, lives of
many lems
cold Herold's wife is going to come that arise in your employ
$00.00 per week with a wife and He our gallant fighting men will be 1'
'l OXYGEN SHOP NO. 14 to Jacksonville sometime soon. ment here. I
two children. He would be in Code : lost and much of our material I
claims that she's little and cute.
Robert Hutchinson of Jackson.
into the
Anyone peering Oxygen ..
would entitle him to
4 which a
,
Shop is immediately impressedwith Well now, I'm curious. I've Just strength expended. I I ville has recently been employed V.;
44.00 dependency exemption. II
the orderliness of everythingfor I got to see her. Therefore, we as citizens of this I in A & R Maintenance as Assistant s
:
.0.00
? less a personal exemption
anything pertaining to the I great nation will be called upon to Mr. Spurlin. We are glad i
t.f would leave him $39.00
., $11.00 There's too. According The latter' husband is Quarterman more than ever before to buckle have Bob with
to and
2.7pt'r shop. a reason, us, extendour 1
This is taxable at the rate of
of the Maintenance Depart
to Charles Ray should a down to our job of providing the welcome to this Division.; '
centum for the normal tax ment.
O.OO less bit of oil come in contact with replacements of these gallant men Orchids this week to Mr. ':
would
which be $1.05. $ Last week the day shift enjoyeda and the materials. Solet's go
expended
some of the pure oxygen things Shelby who in the short 't.
the $44.00 dependency exemption delicious fried chicken dinner very :
all bend effort
would leave $6.00. which is taxableat might not be so quiet out there. during the lunch hour. The men a little more time he has been assigned to this :
toward the quicker Accomplishment
"We much prefer to have the place] division
the of 1B.9 centum for as Quarterman Laborer
rate per of the shop bought the chickens do.
of each task given us to
clean for we value our skins, has VV
the Surtax. 18.9 per centum of and the women cooked them and I really made a very noticeable '
$6.00 is 113. The total of $1.05 says he. "Yes, things are very everyone had a good time.WANTED It should be obvious to all of us I improvement in the Janitor De- '"f''
quiet out here and little ever hap that as our Armies and Navy and '\;
normal tax and $1.13 Surtax would ----........ I paltment. .. .
equal $2.18 and would] be the lax pens anil we prefer to keep it that I those of our allies move ever forward Miss Gloria V. Bender has been

for a week for this person. way." into victory on top of victory assigned in the Maintenance Di. "'
PROPELLER SHOP NO. IS
freeing people in many ]lands
The tax for a per annum employee Ily Ora 1* DUoii I who have for so long a time been vision as secretary to Mr. Saurr.

., would be computed in the Now that the first few days of Drivers are very much in demand under the oppression of our common She comes to us from the Nation's

name manner, using the same percentages changing the shift are over every- Folks are needed who are : enemy, that it will require I Capitol where she has been employed -

but substituting .' base one is settling down to regular I driving to and from work each millions of dollars for the relief ] the past three years in

exemption of $23.00 in place of the routine. The night shift is happy day and who have space in their by their many needs. A large partof Civil m Service in various governmEntal -

weekly base of $11.00 for personaland because it can sleep late and the I cars for additional passengers. If this relief will have to be provided departments Welcome, w
dependency exemption. Of you have even one space in your Gloria, to our mi lt. ,
day shift is happy to have its by our nation, the greatestand
course it is not necessary to com Bights free again. The Prop Shop car available please call Mrs.! richest on faith. It is there- I ------4---
pute each as shown above as Sholl, Ex. 5885. Due to the Increase -
pay seems to have quite a few traveling fore proper that we are being Bowling
.' the Navy Department has furnished members this week. Helen in employment] the demand called upon at this time for contributions All bowlers interested in bowl

..., : tables: for this purpose, Moore is visiting a sick relativein for rides will far exceed the number to the National War Re- ing with the Naval Air Station

which tie in very closely with the Georgia Frieda Corbin pent of drivers now on file. You lief Fun. All of us are familiar Civilian League this '
year are
.6..j actual computation. The above example an enjoyable week-end at the homeof are urged to make any vacant with the many uses of this money. urged to be present at the 8th ,,'.

I"I illustrated on the sample her parents. Bera Perkins visited pace in your car known to the We- know too that most: of us are Street Bowling Alley Just off Main

thart: Exhibit B under a Code 4 relatives In Stanford last week "Share--Hide-Clu b." in a much better position! to makea Street, Friday night November "
week --- 'I
... employee earning $50.00 per Buryel Caster's mother-in-law more substantial contributionthan 10th at 730; P. M. Considerable
(To be continued, ill next week) from Kansas visiting she and He: "Now what makes you think ever before. We thould giveto Interest has been shown by many
---- ---- ----!! "
her husband those are male mosquitoes? the greatest limits cf our ability of the station's women bowlers

When the Ulle-"cfed the coon We welcome two new members? JShe: "They can't leave my legs and forego many of the pleasures and they arc urged to be present-

the honeymoon ia ()ul'. Thtlma Bot and Geraldine] Scott) alone." we are enjoying to volunteer Friday :nIGht.




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Page-i Tan-rfDo- --- .w-- NIArr' ....... ..-- ._,>XX:. R.-NEWS SECTION 9




I F Jack Teagarden Blows Blues At NATTC Auditorium Tonight!! "I'j




Famous Swing Sailor George Reid Of DispensaryIs Nice Form

Band At
Toots

i. 1800 and 2000 One Of Nine Brothers In ServiceNavy t


\. I 5, Army 3, Marine Corps'
: Soft, sweet and low-down 1-that's the score in the family Island after 28 months of sub- &

r blues will tinge the breeze in log of George Reid HAle, of the marine duty. pal

the NATTC auditorium tonight Dental Department at the NATTC Atlantic.Robert. SM3c on an LCI In the p-rv
Dispensary. Ml r p' r,
r when Jack Teagarden, George is one of nine brothers Jack, SM2c, on an LCI In the

an honest-to-goodness all-time of the Lynbrook, N. Y. Reids who Pacific. '
New Orleans jazz trombonist, service. Howard. 17, S2c. serving at the
are in
Newport R. I Naval Station.
presents his world famous orchestra The ages of the Three of the? brothers Joe,

in two shows for the nine i fighting ,;. James and Peter have been awarded "' !
entertainment of the fellows I lads range from Purple Hearts and other decorations R w: o '

and gals at the Training Cen- b
to 30 with
George also has one sister, Dorothy ,
ter.This George in the ,'1)1 and three younger brothers. dL
musical treat r-
outstanding middle at 23. To round out the picture, Doro-
Welfare
arranged by the Depart- thy's husband, Tom Zoberlen is a
ment, will go on at 1800 and 2000. Here's the 1
Lieutenant in the Army Air Force,
,, Teagarden a slush-pump artist log: ,::.. .... serving in England. And the only
from 'way back, is known as "Kingof
Bill 30 a reason that George's r
the Blues" and when he gives younger 4 '
Lieutenant 'I i n brothers, Gerald, Donald and Richard .
with the gravelled melodic moans, \ :
the Army MedU ;;JIIY aren t In service is that they s f ? ,, ,s {
babies stop crying, females swoon y y.
ical Corps as-George lick- !, HAte are 15 12 and 10 years of age
and entranced sailors go out of this
world. In other words, the guy and signed to an Army hospital in respectively.
New York. Every American has a .stake in
his band are good
I Joe, a private in the Army now the battle for freedom against the I
,
t serving in the South Pacific. Axis. Some have more than others I
James an Army corporal also in and George's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I

the South Pacific. Joseph J. Reid of Lynbrook, cer-
i Edward. Marine Corps Sergeant tainly have a full share. Ij
in action against the Japs. Here's wishing the best of luck

Peter, GM2c, now recuperatingat I to Lynbrook's fighting Reid brothers .
0 N St. Albans Hospital at Long 9 S cu '


;: Lieut. MeadowsIs \ War Chest Drive '


j Named 0-In-C I Opens At CenterNATTC :T- fT ,


will open its drive for
Of SK-V School .
Community War Chest contribu-
I tions next Wednesday under the

'r Lt. Weaver Meadows assumed direction of Chaplain J. II Harper I
e duties as Officer-in-Charge of the who has been named director of
I Aviation Storekeeper School last the drive. i
I
I Monday, relieving Lt. Comdr. W. Chaplain Harper announced that
I J. Held. I contributions from officers will be
As Officer-in-Charge. Lt. Meadows -I handled through the heads of the

.. gives to the school the only I I departments, while division officers -!
one of its kind in the Navy. a rich will accept the contributionsof
h I I
background of enlisted personnel Miss Sarah a
Powell room 231, building 500 is
9 experience and ; ', y I
sup"I' i in charge of collections from civilian -
9I training in ,
I Jack Teagarden ply, both- in civilian a employees Yew mini, the young lady pictured above gets our salute She is
.. Featured performers are Thrush All contributions made by Lt. (jg/ ) Helen Perry, of the .'00 School l staff She won the national
I Sally Lang, Drummer Frank Hor- and Naval NATTC service and civilian per- senior backstroke championship in 1939. ,
2 rington, Norma Teagarden at the life Beforecoming } | sonnel will go toward the city of -.----
piano, and the Teagarden Trom- here he t Jacksonville's Community War
1 WAVE OFFICER AT NATTC WAS
bone Choir was stationed Chest goal of $165.000. of which
: The Welfare Department also i over $100,000 will be distributed
has arranged for several acts togo at Alameda as among agencies serving personnelof NATIONAL SWIMMING CHAMPION
I' on with the band one of which Purchasing and ,( the armed forces.
> will be Lenora Walton, feminine Education Of- & ". -Or would you rather be a
\
.. The of each
magician with her "Magic inRhythm' ficer in the Sup- Community largest War percentage Chest dollar fish'". Lt (jg) Helen Joan Perry major at Lake Erie College she
goesto
presentation ply Department. asked herself, when, not content
r Lieut. Meadowsing organizations serving membersof found time to excel In swimming,
Prior to enlist-
Movies fill the remainder of the with being national senior back-
entertainment bill for the week in the Navy shortly after Pearl the armed forces, with aid to stroke champion, she decided to and In 1939 won the national senior --

with a couple of war pictures and Harbor, he was associate professorof America's allies next. be more "in the swim" in this backstroke championship. Dur.
're-runs scheduled Ann Sheridan business administration at San By far the largest single recipi- war effort by using her chemical ing that time she toured many
heads the list of beauties, appear- Jose State College San Jose, Calif. ent Is the USO, which at the pres- experience for research on explosives cities of the U. S. and in 1910as

ing in "The Doughgirls" on Wed At Alameda he began a systemof ent time is operating more than a member of the "mythical"

nesday. The film is a wartime com- training civilian employees in 3,000 service units all over the Lt. (jg) Perry, of Cleveland, Olympic team had a chance to try
;( edy-the story of three girls in supply and accounting procedure. world. Other armed forces' serv- Ohio has joined the instruction the waters of South America Just
need of husband and a Russian More than 1200 employees received ice agencies receiving funds arc staff at Aviation Ordnance Officers before coming to Jax, she participated
woman sniper who just wants to the training at NAS Alameda, the War Prisoners Aid. the United School after a tour of duty at in the dedication ceremo- .
'" fish. Also in the cast are Alexis and at the Naval Supply Depot and Seaman's Service and the localVeterans' the Bureau of Ordnance at Washington nies for a swimming pool at the
Smith Jack Carson and Charlie Aviation Supply Annex:, Oakland. Information Centar and At the Bureau she was Marine Corps Air Station at Eden-
P t Ruggles The training system has been Advisory Council All Navy and a technical assistant. in ammuni- ton, N. C., which was filled with
adopted at a number of other naval civilian personnel are urged to sup- water from the Atlantic and Pa-
tion surveillance and has to her
; y; the driveTYNDALL .
r stations, and currently Lt. port cific oceans.
credit the completion of a varietyof
--
Meadows is assisting in setting up Navy courses that makes her It may be a note of encourage
such a civilian training programat FIELD Fla.-Mrs. particularly well qualified for her ment to beginning swimmers that

Jacksonville NAS. Eunice H. Khyne, complaint clerk new post. After a course in gen- Miss Perry is not a "child prod.
The civilian program wan considered for the post engineer, took a call eral ordnance offered by the bureau igy." but started her serious swim
so effective- that he was from a northern-born GI who said she finished a course in chem- ming at the ripe age of thirteen!
asked by the Naval Air Technical there was no hot water in his ical warfare and one in advanced s:t
Training mmand to establish barracks. fuse and explosive ordnance at the .

a course of study for Suspecting the usual cause bomb disposal school. Lastly, a Hobbies Have Their

aviation storekeepers! and the lack of oil in the heater-the native trip to the West Coast and Cali- Place
present SKY school was the re- of At NATTC
Floridian asked: "How's your fornia Institute Technology
sult. It first set at Ala-
was! up
'"
instructionin
oil where she completed
later' moved here' Another member of our clan
meda being "We's all just fine," said the rockets.
The who haa extra curricular activities
present OffkerlnChargeasked GI. "How's all?" I Swimming? While a chemistry (
for duty at NATTC as ed- you ia D. C. Jordan, SPS3c. He I'll.>
is the Master-at-Arma in Barracks '..
ucation officer In the new school
and arrived here shortly after Sisterly Touch 66 and gives Des Moines, Iowa a "
HA beginning. boost by calling it his home town. (i"

A new training program will be- Jordan since he was twelve has 1'/

gin with the class starting 20( No- I .. been interested In hunting and
'" vember when wide use will be madeof hence his hobby of collecting firearms .

: ; a model storeroom. In it. the 0 Prior to entering the service -
student will be taught the most I when he was on the Des
up-to-date methods in the receipt II Moines police force, Jordan tells

storage, and issue of aviation sup I us that he had approximately 100
plies. I different types of guns, pistols and
Experienced storekeepers serveas rifles which he valued at several
Ann Sheridan instructors giving the students thousands of dollars. He has sine

The schedule (at the NATTC valuable Instruction In the correctuse disposed of a good portion of his
auditorium: of procurement catalogs and collection due to the fact that he .

Tonight 1800, 2000, Jack Teagarden ways of Identifying airplane parts had no safe place to keep it and
and hit Orchestra. Lt. Meadows received his A B also wanted to take advantage of r
Friday 111\ !OOO, "The Master degree at Arizona State Collegewon 5 prevailing high prices. I

Race," with Carl Esmond and his 1\(. S. degree at the Unto The'*oldest gun in his collection I
Osa Maswen. versity Southern California and ia a half stock muzzle-loader which '
Saturday 1800, 2000. "Storm has all work on bis doctor's while
completed } ', ia well over 100 years old
Over Lisbon. with J1rl'h'on: degree, except his dissertation A the two most valuable pieces whichhe

Stronhrtm.Sunday. 1500, MMI,.ftion to Moscow -x _. _. i owns are a three-barrel shot .j
.. and a rifle with a barrel
\ gun
with Ualter HIJ ton. I
by EH Remington the madeto
Sunday 1800 2000. "Singing A woman flees from temptation Arms .
the
Remington
Sheriff" with Rob Crosby and
but a man Just crawls in the cheer- I.
\ Jordan also tells us that ,
Fur McKenxie ful hope that it might overtake every
Monday, 1730. %000.Ir him. ,: .dLE' ;LOne item in his collection ia in firing 'J)
Force," with John Garfteld.Tuesday. condition and moreover he makes
.
1800, 200, "Dark his own ammunition. "Incidental.
j H Mountains." with Ellen Drew. She: "Are you sure It Is me you of a group of WAVES stationed at the NATTCeu dispensary, ly, you can say that I do not go in ..,;
Hwlnpsday. I 1800, 2000, "The are In love with and not my Marik) Bingo, Iti(>I)3c: applies a drawing to a chin lesion for John. for gangster models and during f
DotighgirlH? ," with Ann Sheridan clothes '" Schllli lt. Sir." The WAVE8 are on duty In the laboratory, sick buy, my 11 years on the police force I
aMIt'I., .. Smtih He : "Te, t me darling" X-ray department, ph&Jtuacy, and dental office. have run across a few" I

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9 November, 1944 NATTC ,JlUh\m} rt 'l'.S' S .'flQN Pa,c Ee isNA 'y1Dr ;

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r Captain Lynch Congratulates M. A. D. : M. A. D. 3::



1Ceneais On 169th Anniversary Of Marine Corps I, Ramblings :

-
Captain J. B, Lynch, commanding itlorrarraawwaaranncnrtee i

NATTC, sends congratulationsto ..
e What with all the radio programs
Lt Col. W. T. Evans and the week from
going on every
officers! and men of the Marine V stations
cOJ'lcernIng -
Jacksonville
the
ree Aviation Detachment on the occasion Marine and Naval Personnel,
of the 169th birthday of ,
the following excerpt
thought
t we
the U. S. Marines tomorrow, from an article on the subject by:,
November, 1944 Gunther Gherkin of the Parris

The following)] "ad" undoubtedly Said Captain Lynch, "I wish Island Marine base would be ap-
I
destined for our good friends, the"TimesUnion" congratulate you and the propos, anent the entanglementsyou
and "Journal," was and men under your command \ can get into while trying to geta

found last week and turned over to the splendid and determined program started.
in which they have '
111'e! cannot let friends
F down, nor can we break our our policy I their tasks at the Naval Air "About seven weeks ago, It was

(with apology to the "New YorkTlmel'l" nical Training Center. The decided to broadcast a series of

'! ) of carrying "all)] the newsthat' shows! that personnel from programs from Parris Island, over

!,! fit to print." We think it is Marine Aviation Detachment the Columbia Broadcasting System
fittin'! valorously contributed to (can you CBS people hear me
achievements of the Marine in New York?) The radio bug bit
Naval officer, was A-V > S* I Their spirit backed by their me at once, and there I was, reedy,
status now uncertain, twice married : ing is reflected in countless 4 the
to do my part for boys overseas
seven children, ages one to stories! from the fighting / telling; them how rugged life
seven (numbers 2 and 6 having In the for /
I thanking Captain ; was at this base.
running noses), three dogs, a cat /
and passing it on to
message Ir. The In of the
people charge program
and a wife will consider renting II I
Marines of his detachment, also looked "Gh r-
me up.
furnished house. The house shouldbe !
Col. Evans said, "Since its "
kin, they said'e ought to be
near the Air Base, close to a ception in February 1942, the 1/
a able to use you In the show. Writea
shopping district, not in a congested rine Aviation Detachment funny script
section. near schools, and worked and
strenuously
in < .. I bowed from the waist, whi<'hi
nice House
a neighboihood.
La \t'. Jt. at any and all assignments' !
should have many bedrooms the' have done well. Those officers Lt. Col. W. T. Evan the correct way to substitute
master bedroom Southern J. B. for a salute when you are un-
having Captain Lynch men who have gone into -----
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exposure. A terrace off the living I have acquitted themselves in Served covered feklvvle, and"If Allah standing! will it your, M>
loom would be good l, particularlyif noblest! tradition of the Noon "
WAVES shall It be, I said.I .
there is attractive furniture Hospital
porch Corps. Their example is an
and a barbecue pit. I spiration and adds another I retired to my typewriter and

If there is a tennis court or ter to the already glorious Princeton proceeded to work out a routine.
Mend Aches PainsAttention When the first rehearsal was called -
swimming pool on the place it will of the United States Marines. !
% TIt ', I hated to see the 'Prince- I was ready. The band and
be the owner's responsibility! tonee -
that same are kept In perfect'condition all shipmates! Do go, the was a swell ship!" orchestra! went through several
Tar Gives Word numbers, and then it was my turn.
r and ready for use at all)] i you suffer from toothaches, headaches I was the comment of Ens.
Before I could start, I had to
times.! Owner must agree to repair !, heartaches or G. I. aches? On PhilippinesDo T. Noon, of Orange, Conn, at wait until a slight argument was
all which
may immediately be done unintentionally damage by The hospital Waves are now aboard I they do that in the a student in the Aviation over among the people who w reproducing

the tenant's children. Tenant alsorequests to help mend all your aches and pines? With the eyes of the Officer's School. Noon the program. They
in the Navy in 1939, couldn't decide what I should do.
that houses and focused on this group of
runwaysbe have taken at
pains. They over
i i' an aviation machinist Some were for having me carry
as
we decided to broaden our
provided for his dogs. Tenant where 15-hour
will also expect owner to furnisha Ithe is dispensary Just a ask tion and get:: the word first! ,; and was commissioned in water to the musicians, while oth
day just a snap. any '
He won his! wings!! at Corpus ers thought I should also' bring
H. M Combs SKlc, who is
maid who can cook, clean, wash, Wave from Barracks 54 who has
take care of children, sew and in been the victim of shortsheetingand I the Aviation Storekeepers I' !. Afterdolng; patrol work sandwiches.
is of information. Noon w'ss assigned to the They turned down my sugge'stion
her spare time wash and wax tenant.s other pranks for which the our source I "
three automobiles and keepthe new dilpenssry'avt'8 are respon! is from Canan- '** ,-;- "*"...*, for doing magic tricks and
yard raked. sible. New I Princeton" stated Noon, making funny faces, and then everyone
daigua ,
of the Independence class. agreed that I would con-
There are other factors too nu- Incidentally, the Waves treatment York, and has -,
M I was formerly the Cruiser Tal1 tribute to the programs by keeping
merous! and inconsequential" to room had its housewarming in the Na- =. 1 She took part in many the Lyceum (and my jokes);
mention! in this "ad, but these can Monday, 6 November, 1944. It was,
J- raids of the Solomons!, cleah.
since 1927. IUp-
be discussed later, On the matterof vy ;
i necessary to make reservations inadvance. the Gilbert operations and "But fellows sir ." I said,
rent it Is understanding I Combs was in
my Main attraction was! the
in the attacks on waving a sheaf of papers! "I have
am covered by the O.P.A.. or free room and board. I' the Philippines
in New Britain. When I here a script Can't I auditionnow
W.P.A. or MOID, and the ceiling\ I Hats off to the 4.0 Specialists of for over three her last July she had at least I ?"

should be about *26 possibly a few Barracks 5f. They've contendedwith years and apparently ft : ships including one cruiser to I "
"All right, they said. "The program
pennies one way or\the other. Thisofficer's until endure he got ( credit and 50 You
I us they can no over planes. is twenty-five minutes long.

I the Union family Depot can, bo Jacksonville reached at, 'I more. CARRY ON MATES! around quite a have asked for a better How long is your script?"
We're not really so bad. bit. they were all tops and when-
third bench the "No more than twenty-four mindutes
en right as!! you
enter the station building, while I Familiar names often heard at "One of then. M. combs,, the going was tough that ," I said.

said officer can be contacted at the i the dispensary nowadays are those most interesting things:! in the "when they were at their "Well, go ahead and read it."
of: Blankenship, Nell Boggs Emery lands the "Walled On v '' u "
commissioned officers mess between -I is "Fine, I said. "Once there wasa
1700 and 2300. I Stone Ringo Conley Whet- is the old part of Manila i BAR ." 01,
man
sell Rhodes Magee, Mollet, Good- wall off baa"V graveling
Ens. Paul Jones James. 1 lander, Roberts. Holland, Bailey Manila completely and inside cuts the en< losed AND SON, "No! No!, they screamed.I .

Love Hanggi.i Somers. Johnson started on the second joke.
tion :you feel that you are V AL VETERANS
Johnny G. McCants, EM2c, who Knight Murry Luzzi, Heide. Hix- different world. There you "The other night I saw a Marine

has been attached to NATTC I enbaugh and Stanko. When we find convents! and monasteries! VE REUNION out with a WR. He was holdingher

Ship's, Service, left this week for I girls took over some 60 fellows university! older than Harvard, II hand ."

Norfolk Virginia:: to join the Atlantic were released foe duty elsewhere thousands of bamboo houses u I I.I "No! No!, they shouted againRemember

flt't't.Ve know he will be Youll see!! these girls busy in a miniature barnyard I I.I 38-1944'!"

missed, but there is one consola I the laboratory, pharmacy, dental I "Manila proper is very I I I threw away page two. "It

.. tion-those of us who are left and department, dressing room, infor- i and cosmopolitan city and by I seems, there were two Marine

like bit to fish should find the fish a mation\ desk, linen room, x-ray. way it is a good liberty town. I in the lop, chute ."
more plentiful.
record office, wards and even the would get a kick out of the "Vo! Xor! they<< said. "What
Samuel H, Crandell, SPA)2c.and .
galley. if of them under twen
drawn jitneys which are one was
Marvin H, Hale SPiA)2c. ;
The latest member of our crew "Carromatas." Near Manila ty-one. >ve' tan't take the
recently departed for the Navy'sRehabilitation
welcomed aboard is "Pills," the Baguio, where people go in the School at
Sampson
N. Y. They will be friendsas kitten seen everywhere topside in I weather. The trip there t''I "I have another script here,...
among the left wing of 54. He is the ; you over mountain roads and I said.
NATTC has
already sent
several object of attention and seems well beautiful high water fall!!." I "All right. Read that one."
others' there from the
up phys-
ical training department satisfied with his new home. I Combs! continued, "The I leaned on the microphone and

pal native dishes are usually began talking, reading from the
-t-" -*-%--- BUY, BUY WAR BONDSOR I II of fish, shrimp, rice and ic' script I had written."
"Good afternoon, I aid. "Thisis '
I !
Chivalry is a man's inclination and by and large they are
to defend a woman against everyman I goof Gold mining, fishing, I Gunther Gherkin. Ha ha Wild
but himi>elf. BYE, BYE FREEDOM facture of furniture from applause, cheers, whistles'!). Greetings

cane and rattan, weaving from Parris Island. A funny

Sax Jivester growing and the making of thing happened to me on the way
rope are the major industries. .. to the Lyceum this afternoon, ha

.. Father And Sun ha. ."
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-p weather is not too bad. !
,
,. .4, I looked from script. The
1ii .\ up my
"" warm and for some periods you notice the big smile!!
who were supposed to be
people
would have quite a bit of week on Warrant Officer's
auditioning me were talking to
Then they do have a typhoon And did you see the sailor one another and not paying any
rj "
in awhile.
was with him quite fre
4tr attention to what I had been naying. -
"' "I would like to be with my *. The sailor happened to "Hey! I said into the mike

I dies when they take over the "chip off the old block"-M. "Can you hear me?"

I ippines." Combs laid "It will I FC2c, and the Warrant A fellow in dungarees came on

great day, and the way we I <'er was E. J, Buffalo APC the stage and pushed me away
going it looks like that day is ( t) USN, who is the assistant "The power is turned off," he said.

,,r.-, fii A far off" i officer at Aviation "Stand over there." I moved away.

-"--- uz- <
n-ilder;; I Buffalo on last October 12 the shoulder. "You can't stand
Sailor Is 30 years of service with I II here," he said. "You're in the way." '

Of Midget I Navy, including seven years I moved away a little more. "Look
oil the fleet reserve out," a musician said "You're got

Another NATTC hobbyist is I ,! son finished his first "hitch" your foot in my trombone."

H. Lynch: MAM2(', who (' !! ; of this year. on the "Bol! from Minneapolis. Minn. Lynch wears four campaign ribbons found myself backstage. I turned '

I assigned to the NATTC Post I has been in many of the bat around and knocked down a light. J,
i | flee Before coming into the which have headlined the Somebody swore at me. Beg pardon -
I
in March of 1942 he operated ( pers. ," I said, moving back on the

eral filling: stations and being tent the Fire stage again.
il 1.1. J. I H being to
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terested in machinery and I School at Anaeostia for

Ir I biles he decided to build a training, but from the ...toI In New Guinea an official order

car. he told--"putting out shells) had been issued: "Hereafter no
It took him about three or I fast that it looked like a solid member of this mesa personnel
r
months to build his! fin and t of flame" and "we sunk her shall! curse the cook either on or

cost him a pretty penny, minutes at nighffet several off duty. Cooks are human, too
Among the member' .of the student band 111 a sailor from Western' 11,700. The engine was a range"-It Is our guess! that and they are doing the best they,

New York who Is well known to many jive th..lN.tH. lie iff I). XI.tterter ed Johnston outboard, turning can give the other men at the can,"

1. S2c, from NUigarm Falls who is now in the AEM Sth In civilian life Ctefter WM an electrician: but his lint love nine! he Lynch says that he got Me!! I BUY, BUY WAR BONDSOR

was 15 seem to have been the alto sax. lie has had his wn rlxra up to 122 miles an hour three more and when the war

and In addition has played with other orchestras including Ray Vane j straight away track Since I he plant to go into It in a .
and Waldo Molin.I first model cf 1937 Lynch !! I way. j I BYE, BYE FREEDOM




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Twelve NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 9 November, 1944




NATO Football "Lucky Bag"Here New GymnasiumNow School Gridders Will Try To Halt .<[


In Use At AEM Victory March Today Raiders

Ls the official<< football "Lucky Bag" contest blank. ; 'j j .
CHECK SELECTIONS IN ALL GAMES AND FILL" IN SCORESIN '

FIRST TIIKEE GAMES: Place blanks In "Lucky UaJ boxes Training CenterWith Go Against Ship's Company Friday
before noon Saturday. Boxes are at Ship's Sen ice, auditorium, J :
gymnasium and Public Relations Office. the completion and openingof

Saturday 11 November the new gymnasium on Biscayne The improved Radio-waves of ARM-AOM, who made a fine I.

Street NATTC Is now the pos- showing against Mayport last week, have their inning today; I

Notre Dame Army any sessor station.of one This of the building finest was gyms for-on when they take a crack at stopping the pace setting AEM:' )) "

Michigan Illinois merly the old auditorium and has Wildcats in an NATTC Football Conference clash, while to- _.\.t' "

Florida Georgia been completely remodeled and eX- morrow the second place M.A.D. Raiders seek to better their ( f ,\ '

tensively equipped. record at the expense of the Ship's Company Salts. ,V
Tech
Tulane _
Georgia "The gym," according to Lt. ,'
Marty Karow, Officer in of Indications are that the Radio P'. i t
Duke Wake Forest Charge '
Physical Training, "will enable us Mayport Scores gridders will face a tough task
Auburn Miss State to now round out the three phasesof against the unbeaten Wildcats. t'' "

UCLA CaliforniaTexas Training the Naval Program Aviation; conditioning Physical, Second Win Over while over the Raiders the Salts.are Both slight games favorites / .'

A&M S. Methodist competitive sports and combative will start at 1715 at the NATTC
Locals 25 6 football I .
to field.
Tex. Christian Texas Tech activities. The first involves calisthenics I ,
cross-country work, swimming Only one league game was play. \ ;
Two .
Okla. A&M Texas and obstacle course runs; NATTC football teams ed last week. Scoring in the first, i ;
the second brought this season's inter-sta- second and fourth the '/iA r
Rice Arkansas phase includes such quarters,
competitive sports as basketball, tion forays against Mayport's Aux- AEM Wildcats defeated the Salts !'I "I
___ Dartmouth Coast Guard football, and baseball; while the iliary Air Station Fliers to a close I 20 to 6 last Thursday for their 'r M

Missouri OklahomaWilliam third phase namely the combative here the last Friday afternoon when fourth win against no losses in ,
Marine Raiders and AOM- \"
is the in which league competition.
program one our
N. Carolina & Mary ARM Schools dropped a tilt, 25-6, ,
new gym and equipment will playa to the visitors. Taking the ball on their own 20 I'I

Holy Cross Colgate large part. yard line in the first period, the ,
The schools team coached
"In this program we include by Wildcats marched to the Salts 42 .
Signed (print) rope-climbing which will be help- CSpA( ) George Kebba, opened the and Westphal made It a first down \,

ful In abandoning ship or when game strong, and during the early on the 17, where a five yard pen- '
Barracks Billet being picked up out of the water, minutes of play jumped into a alty moved the ball back to the

tumbling, which teaches body coordination -, when short-lived Teich lead knifed 60. It happened 22. On a wide end sweep Quarter
CONTEST RULES in jumping falling and through the back Coulter gained to the 4. West-
Mayport line to block and
breaking the fall, parallel and high recovera phal then bucked it over guard for /:
1 Contest Is enlisted at NATTC bar Mayport punt on the visitors' a counter. Coulter's for *,
open to personnel exclusively work which is a fine body- try point
26-yard line. Three
builder, and trampoline work which yards were I was wide.
2-AH selections must be made on the official "Lucky Bag" encourages confidence In Jumpingand picked up rushing, and then of- I
ficials NATTC first downon In the second quarter an intercepted -
blank appearing In the NATTC Section of the Jax Air News each the elimination of fear while gave a I
.ii j jPossession
the eight, with : pass gave the Wildcat-* .i
a 15-yard pen-
week. Blank must be marked neatly and legibly In the air. This gym work is toppedoff
of ball
i the on their
alty against
-Entries must be placed In "Lucky Bag" boxes before noon I with wrestling and hand to Mayport. 30. A U'eht
pass, phal to McFailden V
each Saturday. Boxes are located at Ship's Service the audi- hand programs." Starnirl hit the line for two, \ ,
for 17 and
was good yards
torium, the gymnasium, and the Public Relations Office, Room Mr. Karow continued, "our Trompore repeated with three, and a first down on the 47. Lofton, ,
then went three for
138 Bldg. 500 annex.4Contestants gymnastics and tumbling pro- more the on the next play made It to the
touchdown. The
must check selections in all 15 games and mustpredict grams are Intended In brief to attempted kick Ship's Company S3, from where /
scores for first three games. In case of ties, winners will develop strength and power, pro- failed. Coulter carried the ball across
be determined by the most correct scores in the three games. mote muscular coordination, develop A few minutes later, It lookedas for the Wildcats' second! touchdown
5-Tie games count as a loss unless the contestant picks the a sense of daring and cour- though the Schools wouldcoml' Coulter also ran the ball \
game as a tie. Winners will be published In the Air News. Opinion age and promote confidence inone's I through againhltelmrt for extra point, making the score
of the is final. Prizes will be Issued in the War I his 41-
judges Bond self. attempted a pass on own half
at the AEM 13, Ship's
Office In Bldg. 500 annex upon publication of the names of win The gym is open for recrea- )'arllIne, but it was blocked and pan 0. Coini I
II ners. Only one entry Is allowed for each contestant. knocked in the air. II. lIutton
tional use night from 1700to
6-Eight prizes will be awarded vveeklv. First lrlze-$2; War 2130 every 0800to reached Ide, picked the> ball out The third quarter was scoreless,
and each Sunday from with ball
I Bond Second-$10 in War Stamps 1.'hlrd-$3 in War Stamps. of the air, and fell on the visit- the see-sawing back and
2130. In
addition to the equip- forth. Both
Fourth, fifth sixth, seventh and ors' 41- ard marker. teams were unable to
eighth-$3.25 each In War ment mentioned there >
already are
spark a sustained offense.In .
Stamps punching-bags and rowing machines Trompore drove for three and a
Contest sponsored by the NATTC "'eoUareDelmrtment.. GET while the gym is laid out pass, Trompore to Yablonsky, look- the fourth quarter AEM again
YOUR ENTRY IN NOW. for volleyball basketball and bad ed good for a first down on the 31, scored, with Coulter, Colwell and
minton. The necessary gear can but the ball was fumbled and of- Westphal driving to the Salts' 4
yard stripe from the 35. where the
be checked out through the gear ficials awarded the oval.to the "is-
ball was downed after Westphal
Prognosticator NATTC GRID STANDINGS room 'In the south wing of the itors. "
Pts. Pu. building. I IVecElld Once in the last quarter the had intercepted a Ship's Company I
MacKenzie TeamWon Lost scored all'd Raiders, coached by Sgts. Bellani forward pass. Coulter's line smash

Wins War Bond AEM 4 0 53 18 \ ] Grid Menu and Haliskl, gave reason for hope, was across for another 6 points,
and his kick for additional
was good
MAD' 2 2 31 14 i but their efforts were stopped by an -
the Ship Co 1 3 19 46 Today, 1715. AEM vs. School one. ,
winner
Picking every on ARM-AOM 1 3 13 43Tot the clock with the ball resting on
15-game card excluding one tie, JSIf\'IUl'AL SCORERS Friday; 1715, Marines V8.Shlp's the Mayport 15-yard line. With determination to not be

Jim MacKenzie. S2c of Bks. 21, Name-Team- TD Pat Co. Mayport, suffering from a series held scoreless, the Salts began
topped a field of 285 entries in the R Coulter, AEM 6 3 39 (At NATTC football field). of penalties kicked to their 47- clicking in the final minutes of the

third week of the NATTC Foot- Thrash Brown MAD.ARMMcFadden. 2 1 1 1 13 7 yard line. Rosinski hit the line fora game and manufactured a drive

ball "Lucky Bag" Contest to pull AEM 1 1 7 IN TOWN couple of yards, and Vrelland fol- that began on their own 48 yard
down the first prize-a $25 War I II Yablonsky, ARM 1.. 6 Today, 2000, Lee High \a. lowed with a pass to Jilek that line and ended over the goal line ,
I Bond. Westphal.Potter. AEMScarpelll AEM 1.1... 6 6 nm borough High of Tampa at was good for 11 and a first down for a score. A 20 yard pass, Fosterto

Second went"to Roger McKinley, MADCurran. 1.. 6 Jacksonville Municipal<< Stadium. Jilek gathered seven and Rosinski Billingsley set up the drive.
I Sic of Bks. 1, who received $10 In !:\
I War Stamps, and the third prize Rager SCMcGowan.. SC t.., 6 6 \s. Jackson High at Municipal first on the 17. He picked up two play was good for 6 more. Bill-

of $:> In War Stamps was awarded, Tosltne M.A.D 1., 6 Stadium. more, but that's when the final' Ingsley next passed to Brown fora
to John Huffman, AOM3c, of Bks. Wade. SCBlakeiey. f Saturday, 1430, Florida vs. whistle blew. first down on the 18-yard line.
((1 k. 67. Winners, fourth through SC .. 1 Georgia at Municipal Stadium. The visitors scored 12 of their ,. On a wide end run Billingsley was .
eighth each of whom received = points-against the Schools-In the stopped four yards short of a
g.t $3.25 in War Stamps were M. S. SK3c: "I've checked the figureson Gypsy Rose Lee is writing an- second quarter. They gathered touchdown and Wade bucked the
McDermott AMMH)3c( of Bks. the pay list eight times" other book. Everyone would like seven against the Raiders in the ball over from there for the Salts'

I i 13; J. Chandler S2c, of Bks. 18; Disbursing Officer' : "Fine; that's to !see! what's between the covers. third frame, and six more in the only score of the afternoon.

K W. Ritter, SK2c, of Galley 2; what I call being thorough!" final quarter.It The defensive play of the AEM

W. V. Meshey, Sic, of Bks. 2; and SK3c: "Thank you, sir, and here In Denver a man slugged a was the second meeting be- line was rugged and in McFad-
I W. H. Mikell S2c, of Bks. 11. are the eight results." woman in the eye and then apol- tween NATTC teams and May den they have a fine end.

r Ritter, Incidentally, was a repeater ogized, explaining he had mis- port. Five weeks ago, AEM andShip's The consistent play of Sheltonat
having won the eighth ond time. He won second prize the taken her for his motherinlaw.Oh Company bowed to the center and Oliver at right end
prize the week before, while McKinley first week of the contest on 21 well, everyone makes a mis- Fliers at Jacksonville Beach, 6-0. was outstanding in the Ship's Com-

also "showed" _for the sec- October. take now and then. pany line.


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" Activity b plentiful when "''Ii{\TI( students undergo training In the combative a salloivdoes a neat hand stand on the parallel bars, while another lad engages In \ 7

I physical fitness program In the new gym on Biscayne St At left, Clint Taft, a game of rope climbing In the background, students learn wrestling holds under "

I HpAle( ) explains the mysteries. of the trampoline, while In the center, N. O. the tutelage of Instructors Edward Coster, SpAlp( Chariot Rotman, 8pAlc.
I, Washington, SpA)3o.( gives the students pointers In the art of tumbling, At right. and J. W. Rymer, SpA( Ie.

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