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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 1944
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(t. VOL. 2, No. 35 : 16 November, 1944


An Activity of the Naval Air Operational Training Command


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



Here's Chance To Grab Last Chance To Heroes Of Victories In



Good Xmas Present And Be Enrolled In Pacific Win Awards At



Give Aid To .War Drive Extension Work Ceremony Here Saturday


Registration for the University
With an urgent appeal for every of Florida extension courses will Some of the effects of the great
person on the Air Station to Lieut. StallingsTo be closed Monday 20 November, $100 Donation To Naval victories of the past year
join the Station's campaign for it has been announced here. All were felt Saturday morning at the
1,800 more civilian employees, the Interested Jacksonville Naval Air Station
are urged to
persons
Contest Committee of the Employees' Give AddressAt complete their registration before Community Chest when Capt. Walton W. Smith, com.

Association today announced that time by consultation with Dr manding officer, presented medals
the rules by which $800in Garth H. Akridge president of and commendatory citations to
War Bonds will be given to the NorthamptonDon't the Jacksonville Junior College, Heralds Spirit eight veterans of Pacific warfare.
Station personnel who send in the and local representative of the The eight were Lt. Walter
I S most new workers. Try To Change The University of Florida extension di Com dr. Marken ConfidentThat Edgar Laake, Washington, D.
The rules, which appear elsewhere vision. C.; Marine Capt. Ilomanus S.
in this Issue of the JAX Navy Is Advice She'llOffer
The course in International Relations Everyone Will Do McCole Philadelphia; Marine
AIR NEWS, provide that each Capt. Richard B. Cropley,
To GraduatesLieut. will make a study of the
contestant must have at least three background material on the concepts Part To Surpass Goal Youngstown, Ohio; Lt. William
new bona fide employees to his Edith Stallings, USNR, relating to international law The first contribution receivedat "'. Robinson Denver Col.; Marine .
credit before he or she can qualifyfor Director of Women's Reserve for and relations.Dr. the Chaplain's Office for the Capt. Billie K. Shaw, Eus
the prizes. The contest dates the Naval Air Operational Train Sidney Warren, the instructor Community War Chest indicates a tace Tex.; Ens. Lee T. McIIugh
back to October 27, when the ing Command, left early this week holds the B.S. degree from genuine interest being taken by Meridan Miss.; Hubert E. Powell .
campaign opened, and will extendto for Northampton, Massachusetts, St. John's College and the M.A., service and civilian personnel of ARM2c Richmond, Va., and
January 20. to address the graduating class of and Doctor of Philosophy Degrees the station in the success of the Edward L. Knoebel, AMMSe,
The prize will total 23 in alla WAVE officers at the Naval Re- from Columbia University wherehe drive. Comdr. R. R. Marken, Senior Philadelphia.
first prize of a $200 Bond; two serve Midshipmen's School, at worked with such eminent his- Chaplain, in charge of the cam Also decorated was First Class i
second prizes of a $50 Bond Smith College. torians as Allan Nevins and Henry paign on the station, reported that Petty Officer Emil J. Calcagni,

each; and twenty third prizes of "Don't try to change the Navy Steele Commager. typical of the interest being takenin Cresskill, N. J., a member of the
a $:5 Bond each. Jacksonville shore patrol, who
states Lieut. Stallings, as her Classes will be held twice a the Community War Fund was
The Contest Committee ruled advice last June 6 rescued a girl from
to newly commissioned week-Mondays and Wednesdays, his receipt of a check for $100
that the winners would be chosen WAVE officers. Lieut. Stallings, from 6 to 7:15: m. from a Civil Service employee of drowning at Jacksonville Beach.Lt. .
solely through the official Intro- in discussing the WAVES of op- The Contemporary p. Literature the station as her individual con I Laake, who was a member
duction Cards now being distributed erational training, knows of whom will make careful tribution. One department has re- of a fighter squadron aboard one
course a
over the Station. These cards, study I I of the U. S. Fleet's newest car..
Continued
On Page Seven Continued On Page SevenEight
Continued on Page Seven
bearing the name of the prospective riers until a few months ago, was
employee and the name I I awarded the Distinguished Flying
of the person giving it to him Decorated At Ceremonies Saturday Cross for the part he played last

or her, will be recorded as they "",.., '" ", ." ... June 20 in the Battle of the Eastern .
are presented at the Employment r : : Philippines which, together
Office at the Main Gate by the with the recent Philippine sea bat.
applicant.The TI tle, severely crippled the Japanesefleet.

Committee urged that all .
personnel on the Station immedi- .t \ < According to Lt. Laake's cita
ately obtain as many of these tion, signed by Vice Admiral Marc
cards as can be used. They can be : A. Mitscher, commander of Fast
obtained from all supervisors, Carrier Task Forces, Pacific Fleet,
from the Employment Office, or he "thoroughly strafed an enemy
,by calling Extension 8885. The carrier and scored a very probable
bomb hit on the same ship
cards not only propide a way to
determine which persons are send. with a well-aimed drop from unusually -
ing in the most new employees, low altitude" during an
but they provide the new em- 'extremely hazardous, long-range
ployee with "an introduction" to : mission against enemy surface
: forces between the Marianas and
the Employment Office "
The Contest Committee, which the Philippine Islands.
Capt. McCole won a DFC for
will decide all questions concerning
the contest, is composed of service as a torpedo bomber pilot
William m the Solomon Islands and New
O. Klncald, president of
,the Employees' Association! who Britain areas from December.
is e\-officio chairman; Theodore A 4 Y VY 1 1943: to January, 1944. His citation -

Fritch, Jr., chief clerk of the Air S 1 covered numerous bombing
Station; Leonard B. Kubanks, < ci I II I strikes against Japanese objectives,
and specifically mentioned a Jan-
"ul|>er\lor of employment; and I
Lieutenant uary 14 attack on the big Jap base
(jg) Charles 1' Chapman I
[ at Rabaul. "Despite repeated assaults -
officer in charge of em- I
by enemy fighters, he pressed
1)lo.rmt"nt. ; ., I
_
As the contest rules were being ', ., ,;.. ,.' 'L,, his attack and inflicted severe
formulated, the to rt\ : I' damage on a Japanese destroyerwith
campaign recruit ,' \ ,\ 1..p a large bomb," the citation
the 1,800 additional workers 't "' '
w'i \<
"
It Adm. W.
tates was signed by
continued to spread to all partsof ., \',a : F. Halsey.An .
Jacksonville, with of k
personnel
!
Air Medal: was awarded to
{, ,
the Air Station
taking a prominent
,, > Capt. Cropley! for strike against
part in it. Large photographsof
Japanese installations! in the
ten employees of A & It were Cnpt. \\'. W. Smith station commanding officer poses with the eight officers and men who re- Solomon Islands area as a Marine
placed on display in one of Cohen cel\ed medals and citations at Saturday-morning Inspection ceremonies. Left to right, they are: Capt. dive bomber pilot during the
Brothers' show windows in Ilomanus McCole, Lt. Walter Loake, Capt. RIchard II. Cropley, Lt. William W. llobinson, Capt. Smith, latter part of last )'ear. Among
town: eight other employees of Capt. Billle K. Shaw, Specialist First Class Emil J. Calcagnl Aviation Radioman Second Class Hubert other accomplishments, he U
the Station were placed on Jack- 13. Powell, Jr., } n'l. Lee T. McIIugh and Aviation machinist's Mate Third Class Edward L. KnoebeL credited with scoring a direct

sonville radio programs; and pictures hit on a strategic bridge and deBtrojinff .
and stories of still other em- I Americans "Softies," Ex-4F, Hero In Italy, a Japanese anti-aircraft
I Remember?
ployees were sent to home town gun position on Bougainville.
I
Gets Medal Of Honor
papers.It I. Japs Told FilipinosLEYTE Lt. Robinson was presentedwith
was pointed out by Lieuten- I On the southern Russian frontin FORT MEADE, Fla. (CNS- a commendation ribbon and
ant L. R. Swart, personnel relations ISLAND (CNS) Inhabitants the spring of 1944 the Nazis Once Pvt. James H. Mills was a citation signed by Vice AdmiralJ.
officer, whose office is conducting of Philippine territory I used hundreds of small children as classified 4-F by his draft board H. Hoover, for "meritorious
the campaign, that the liberated from the Japs by General sources of whole blood supply The Today, he wears the CongressionalMedal service in connection with opera
Station employees could send almost MacArthur's forces reveal some children were taken from their of Honor for heroism in tions against the enemy as opera
every type of prospective interesting sidelights on the en- homes to hospitals and drained of fighting the Germans in Italy. tions officer, Bombing Squadron
\.workers to the Employment Of- emy's attitude toward us. their blood until they died. Dispatches from Rome said he 109, during the Central Pacific
Continued on Page Nine Japanese soldiers and officers, -VrLj was awarded the nation's highest campaign." This squadron corn-
the freed residents say told them "Fighting First" Took Aachen military honor for knocking out Continued on Page Seven
Navy Flier Shoots Down that the Americans were "softies"and GERMANY (CNS-The) American two German machine-gun nests,

9 Planes In I Hours because we were so gullible division that captured Aachen killing four Germans, capturingseven This Week's
M/2 either Japan or her individual soldiers -. has been identified as the more and playing decoy tar-
PHILIPPINES (CNS-In one could surrender and be as- famous "Fighting First" under get while his platpon surroundedand Peppy Slogan
hour and 33: minutes of aerial sured of generous terms at any .1 command of M-Gen. Clarence E. captured 22 Nazis without a LONDON (CNS)-Robert Ley,

combat during the early stages of time, Huebner. casualty.I Nazi Labor Front leader, has a
the battle with the Jap fleet, Cdr. new home front slogan for the

David McCampbell, of Los Ange- I PEARL HARBOR DAY MESSAGE CAPT. SMITHThe II Germans according to a broad
les, shot down nine enemy planes, cast picked up here. The slogan:

plus two "probables." I week of December 1-7 treacherous decision to attackus war effort. I am confident "Hold Tight Hold! Hold Tight" And
The remarkable record raised once again. Tight.
Cdr. McCampbell's individual to- the Navy will hold its third on December 7, 1941. they will continue to be out --"=Tgt i

tal to 30 enemy planes, and placed commemorative Pearl Harbor No matter how encouragingthe standing. To this end, it is ATC Crossed Ocean

him among America's topranking Day War Bond Campaign All battle news, victory is not. urged that each person assigned

aces. The 32-year-old flier ships and stations in the en- yet here. We are still actively to duty or employed; '1200 Times In Month

squadron leads an air already group is whose credited Hellcat with tire Navy will participate in engaged in fighting a deadly at this station buy at least WASHINGTON (CNS)-Planes

shooting down 273 planes. a concentrated effort to make war and we on the home front one EXTRA War Bond for I of the Air Transport Command

-%jTIj ,_ this the most successful War must continue to back our cash during Pearl Harbor Day crossed the Atlantic Ocean 1200

AWOL Two Years Bond campaign ever conducted fighting forces in the battle Week. has times revealed during September Aboard the, the ATO
planes
FT. LEONARD WOOD, Md. by the Navy. zones with every resource at The all-out support and cooperation en route to foreign war theaters

.,. (CNS-MPs have caught up with The Navy's ships and planes our command. of each and every were 2900 passengers while 2'TOO

Pvt. Robert Orso at last. Orso and guns and money will make The service and civilian per- hand means quicker: and more wounded persons were returnedto

was AWOL two years hiding in the Japs KEMEMBEK Pearl sonnel of this station have complete avenging of Japanese the U.S.A. by the planes. In
swamplands near Mobile, Ala.
addition, the ATC shipped 1,600,*
Harbor md REGRET Pear consistently been outstanding and earlier
Now he is back here, awaiting treachery an 000 pounds of war material and
court martial. Harbor KEG R E T their in their contributions to the peace for all the world. 760,000 pounds of mail overseas





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An Extra $100 Bond For Ship's Service Pin-Up Girls In Talented Roles


Everybody Goal Set As Needs More Aid :: v



Pearl Harbor Day Nears To Handle RushExtra YSO

0141' HOW$ .
A half-million dollars worth of --- ---- ---- Accommodations For
additional War Bond purchases
has been set as a goal for the Those Who Purchase Xmas
Naval Air Gunners The Inquiring
Main Station
School Naval Auxiliary Air Station Gifts To Be Mailed AwayWith

Cecil Field Naval AuxiliaryAir Christmas rapidly ap-
Station Mayport Naval Auxiliary preaching and the shopping rush
Air Station Green Cove Reporter already underway. Lt. Comdr. Joe

Springs and Naval Auxiliary Air Adams Ship's Service Officer.
Station Municipal Number One in j yesterday announced that addi-
the Pearl Harbor Day extra cash / tional help would be needed to
drive between the dates of December QUESTION : ,{ handle the large number.of cus.I .
1 and December 7. What college gridiron team do i tomers which flock daily to the
"This goal is based on an EX- I you rate the strongest; in the country 'counters of the mainside stores.
TRA cash bond for each person ? What enice eleven do you would especially welcome ++ -wraar ,
bellee to be the best? I I'e
military and civilian with em- of enlisted personnel
T'haws placed on the purchase of ANSWERS: desirous of earning some

$HI{) bonds" according to an announcement I W. M. LEWIS S2c Bessemer extra money with which to pur-

by Capt. W. W. Smith Ala. : College Team Mississippi; I chse gifts for the holiday season"
commanding: officer. Service Team. Army. he stated. "The position need not
-It k directed that each auxiliary I i D. L. AKINS. AM3C. Oklahoma I be a seasonal one" he added "as
station, department and City Okla. : College Team Ohio we are always in need of salesladies
unit organize; a campaign aimedat State: Service 'Team Army. and any applicant wishingto ,:: I'' One of the feature of the USO; showJolly Time," appearingat
the achievement of it* respective JOHNNY WELLS, S2c. Jacksonville stay on after the holiday rush the Malnxide Auditorium tomorrow night Mill he Saul (irauraaii
gnat" continued Capt. Fla. : College Team Ohio will have the opportunity of doingso. ': and his Stairatone Uf'It'It reputedly In the only act fit the kind .
Smith. "Thi organization should I State: Service Team. Army. ." I' and 1* hilled a* omrthing. new In musical entertainment"
liM>ure that ALL HANDS are IRVING WEBBER Y3c. Jacksonville A number of special feature i -- -

contacted personally for the purls Fla. : College Team. Minnesota babN>n Installed for the : Show With
USO
*** of facilitating participation. : Service Team Jax Fliers. Christmas, season, Cdr. Adams Bang-Up
It K likewise! Important that War GENE CADE. AMM3c. Chicago. revealed. A wrapping service IK I

Bond Officers and O\llian Group Ill. : College Team Ohio State; .being provided for servicemenand I And
Agents; he provided adequate fa- Service Team. Navy. women Mho purchase gifts Hot Music Pin-Up

riNtie for the safeguarding of LOUIE E. FREEMAN. S2c. Cordova to he mailed to the folk or the
their financial responsibility. I Georgia girl or boy friend back home.
Ala. : College Team : Girls Here TomorrowA
'"I he results of the concerted efforts : Service Team. Navy. All purchase which are to be I
of fighting Americans were mailed will be appropriately
AMMSc
RAY GREENWOOD. ,
never more evident. Your perso-|I Derry. N. H. : College Team Yale; wrapped and prepared for mall- I bang-up USO show, "Jolly Times," designed to recall
rial interest in and active support! Service Team Army. log, he said This erlce is expected gay times at the neighborhood theater back in the old home

nf the Navy's third Pearl Harbor i I' WILLIS HARBESON. S2c to prove extremely popular town, comes, to the Mainside auditorium tomorrow night, according -
Day Bond Campaign will providean 1' Charleston. S. C. : College Team, the with all hands the in view of I to an announcement of the Welfare Department.
important contribution to the difficulty average person -
Georgia Tech Service Team Ar-
continuation: of our military successes ; in service has in obtaining I The presentation sparkles with comedy,_.smooth_ rhythm, II
and lire future financial my.J wrapping material. - unusual novelties, and proceeds "
: W. FAHLBERG. ART2c Ke- with a swift so as to lea'eI
security of the Navy family concluded Another special feature is the pace
111. : College Team Illinois;
Capt. Smith. wanee. booth which has been set up for I|, room for boredom.
Quotas for the various stations Service Team Army. Mariam Carle songstress started -
taking orders for shipment of citrus -
C. E. HUMPHREY. S2c< PR). I I
departments and units have been fruits to friends and relativesin her career in her home town
announced as follows: Sanford. Fla. : College Team Georgia other states. The purchaser I: Al St. Vincent' Hospital Jackson of Washington D. C.. and is well-
1. EXECUTIVE DEPT. $4.000.00 Tech: Service Team Army. choose from Mile known to night clubbers and radio
various
CHARLES COPPACK. SKlc may assortments ; S2< and Mr W l Mine Bishop
Civilian 1 Central Ofc.) $ 775.00 Team Michigan and sizes according to the daughter Irene.amoo Thursday listeners in that city.
Crew Disbursing .... ......... 650.00 Chicago 111. : College amount to be spent. It I is believed I{ No2.. Paul La Varre and brother,
Personnel ......... 50.00 i LAMAR: Service PICKENS.Team. Army.S2c Madi- that this type gift will be I' Sp.daughter.A2c and Judith Mm.Elaine Arden, born D. Thurs-Wood.A billed. M "Laughs. and Thrill,"

Personnel Relations ........ 1075.00 Ceorgia very pleasing to the recipient andIt I dav. Nov. 2. put on a tricky and original
Main Disbursing ........... .. 600.00 son S. C. : College Team. certainly is practical during I Ensign and Mr!*. Robert ScoflHd. a routine In the field of comic
Bond Office ..... .. "............ 200.00'I Tech: Service Team, Army. these wartime data. son, John DaId born Thuisday. :Nov. acrobatic. The act has ben

Library ... .. .......... .........- 125.00 I JOHN MILLER. S2c. Cadillac.Dame Christmas cards have arrived 2.ACMM and Mm. William Douglas featured'in many Broadway prodiKtion -
Notre
Vocational Training ........ 56.25 Mich. : College Team ; and have been Faxon: a daughter Donna Dee born *, In the now deftinet
placed on sale, according -
Service Team. Navy. Thursdav. Nov. 2.
Welfare .. 18.75 : : French Casino: In New York, and
Naval ....:::::::::::.::::::::::::::::: 1650.00: I -- --- the supply to limited Comdr. because Adams. of With the a AMMMlc uf.hter.and Carolyn Mrs. Cecil, born Leon Thursday Wilson. I on the RKO ,'vaudeville.. circuit.

Educational .. ..................... 56.25 Sole Sons Nov. : The duo also| appeared with Oe-
shortage! those
Surviving paper wishing to ACMM and Mrs. Solon Webber a
2. ASSEMBLY AND send cards this year should make daughter Linda Carol born Thursday Tie Netam'M band. *
REPAIR ....................$100.000.00 Get Non-Combat Duty their selections early. An ;, Nov. 2. Another stellar attraction, fresh
Naval Personnel ..............36900.00 especially Pit and Mrs. William Da''. a daughter -
off the .of Loew's State in
WASHINGTON (CNS) Both appropriate card has been Sheron Lee born ThuiMlay. Nov.; 2. stage
Civilian (50) .................... 4.425.00
the War and Navy Departmentshave I obtained for mailing by service HA2c and Mrs. Thomas Henry McCullen New York City is Saul Graumanand
51 ..._.......__.................... 10000.00 ; personnel stationed a daughter. Judy Louise, born his stairatone A musi-
approved a policy of releasing here. It pic- revue. !
52 _............................_ S.250.00 tures a corsair in Thursday. Nov.: 2. cal instrument built
from combat duty all men who flight and the Mr. and Mrs. Willie M. Agin a son. as a stairway,
53 ...__...._................_ 2300.00 are the sole surviving sons of I caption includes. "U. S. Naval Air Charles William born .'rld. '. 1'03.. the Stairatone Is played by the
54 ..-,?.?,....._._............... 12500.00 I Station. Jacksonville Fla." Y2c and Mrs Geoige Lee Gilmmett. dancing feet of trio of
parents who have lost two or more : a pin-up
55 _?_.?.._._.............- 8.000.00 sons in battle. I The ship's service officer called *1'03.son.. George Lee, Jr., born Krlday girls. It's the only act of its kindIn

56 _............................_ 3500.00 I attention to the fact that the new I AMM2cand Mrs. Minnie Mills a son. existence something new and
57 ?.........?....................._ 1500.00 The move was made "in recognition j system of Ronald .Franklin born Saturday, NoAMMlc \. different in musical entertain
selling cigarettes
f 8 ..._............................... 1000.00 I 1 of the sacrifice and contribution which began when sales were lim. 4. and Mrs. Mar>ln B. Morton,
59 _................................ 3750.00 made by a family which ited to two a daughter, born Saturday. Nov. 4. ment.
eo _... ...... .................... 1.000.00 has lost two or more sons and has has worked packs per customer AMMlc and Mrs. Harry Edward Nestor and Rollins, "The Ambassadors -
1 out "
WD to the advantageof Relth. Jr.. Edward of Fun the
: only one surviving the I a son Harry III.I provide
3. COMMUNICATIONS $3,000.00Naval an-I both his department and station I,I born Saturday, Nov. 4. and
release. I Their satire
nounced in a recent comedy. snappy
Personnel ........$ 25.00 A I Lt. and Mrs. Erwin Tenner a daughter -
Sympathetic consideration will personnel. saving in time !, Nancy Jeanne, born Saturday, slapstick is just what the G.I.'sgo
Civilian. .. ...... ........ 550.00 I II has been effected
I be given to every application in by the adoptionof Nov. 4. for.
4. INSPECTION AND 1 this plan and customers I Iput'hase I Sir and Mrs. Walter H. Redden a
SURVEY ....................$ 4,000.00 1 each of these cases if the circum- I may son. Waller Dodd horn Sunday. 1'0S.. An outstanding ballroom dance
.... stances warrant it. In most cases I cigarettes within a matter II i AMMlc and Mrs. Anthony V. Sareona. team which has the distinction of
Naval... .................. $ 2300.00 of seconds.
be returned a son Joseph born
Civilian .. .. ..... .............. 1800.00 the surviving son will -- 5. Anthony taking an Americanized rhumba
5. MARINE BKS ........ .$ 7.000.00 j to the U.S.A. for duty here or for I SULtll"8nOjh Charles Jenkins a down to South America with great
6. MEDICAL DEPT. ....$ 5700.00 '1 discharge from the Army or Navy. daughter! Lamella I Chailene torn Sun success' The Le Shonnes have

Naval......... ........ ........$ 5.400.00 I' However each case will be de- I day.AOMlc Nov.and 5. Mrs. Hugh Manner. a son been in show business for 15 years.
300.00 cided upon its individual status I Ii Hugh Michael born ;if'5.. Their act is fast-moving and t"X-
Civilian... .... .... ... Sunday.
7. ORDNANCE AND j the WD has decided. In all cases ARM2c and Mrs. Conway' Sinclair citing.
I daughter Alana Mlchele
a born Sun-
GUNNERY ................$ 3.200.00 of extreme hardship arising from da v. No5.. Sherry McClellan. marimba virtuoso -
8. PERSONNEL ............$ 7500.00 family circumstances the Army tie and Mrs. Peter LlI\\ In. a daughter produces music from Bachto
X-l Division ................$ 7,443.75 has in the past cooperated to provide AOM2c Patricia and Ann.Mis.born Roland Monday Eels Nov.a son 6. Boogie-Woogie while tap dancing

Civilian. ................. 56.25 I relief from active duty or Joseph Bruce horn Tuesday No,'. 7. a rhythmic accompaniment ttO
9. PHYSICAL discharge: if the complaint has AMM3c: and Mrs. Everett A. Leeds her lightning mallots on- the key

, TRAINING .... ........... .$ 1750.00 I been found to have merit. The a dab daughter, No\ 7.Sandra Rebecca, born Tues board.
10. POSITION CLASSIFICATION plan of removing,:: men from the -----w+--- --- All in all there's not a dull moment
OFC. ..... $ 125.00 :' hazards of combat activity is an' in the entire show.
11. PUBLIC WORKS ... 25000.00 extension of this policy. New Garrison Cap __.____ -- I

Mechanical.... ........ $10.500.00 I I --_ QUESTIONS
Okayed For WAVESA Commercial Bulletin
Laborers. ..... .. ..... 8000.00 ,, V-12 to Close ShopWASHINGTON
.. ........ .. I Please turn to Page 5 for the I Fog !SAI.K:
Power Plants .. 2.000.00 I Ii I (CNSBf'glnI ) Answers. ) new specially designed wom- Mulching blue-topped" coffee table and
i Clerical .. .. ......... 2.500.00 I next March no new trainees 1. Pair the following cities and en's garrison cap for both officers end table: two matching table lamp,
Naval Personnel ........ 1.000.00 I j will be admitted to the Navy's' and enlisted personnel of the "'om- I20.(0 C"h. 1134-B Allegheny Rd. NAS,
I countries : Rangoon. Bangkok B.
.. .......... I V-12 to A. McKee ACMM. .
12. SUPPLY 42000.00 j program according present Singapore Batavia Hanoi: Thailand en's Reserve has! been authorized Datenporf. two occasional chain setdouble
Naval Personnel ....... $20.000.00 i! plans. At present 69,000 prospective Malay States Java, French as an official) hat according,:: I deck bed complete, two chests
Supply Office .... ........ 7.000.00 I officers! are in training in Indo-China. Burma. the WAVES News Letter. It will f Road.>f drawers--$100.NAS. 1125 B. Allegheny

i Supply Storehouse ...... 4.000.00 the college program. Another 1000 2. An obelisk is: be made up in gray seersuckerand Coffee table. Duncan Phyfe, Remov-
, Supply Mechanical... 10000.00 I enlisted men are scheduled to enter (a) a four-sided tapering monument in blue serge: and may be wornon I.erfl; S top, 15. 1412 B. Charlesst
Accounting: ..... ........ 1.200.00 during the term beginning with or off the station. This changein .
a pointed top. Chief Gunner's Mate suit, blue, size
'I
13. YARD ..... ........... ......$12.000.00Naval November 1. I ib) a Pharaoh's exclusive uniform regulations will be 40. Call Teston. Extension K81.1.
............................$11.025.00 prophet. effected within the next few Officers uniforms, site 36 long;. walt
Civilian ................ .. ...... 175.00 Civilian (Public Wks. ) 1.40000 (tc) an object thrown in strength months when the hate are available .12.tailor: Two made dark and blues never, one worn of one which green Is
34. AVIATION Power Plants ............ 240.00 contests. Tta the stores. Current legu- with two pair of troucer overseas cap
TRAINING ..:.........112800.00 Transportation -._._ 300.00 (d) a musical instrument lations concerning garrison caps and hat lop. one dark I blue o\ "rNll.
.Ariroinietratiofl ............ 260.00 Clerical ...... ..........._.. 000.00 3. Since 1700 the U. S. Supreme remain in effect until official noti- 36]6. I Ir.rvfr.A A R.Contact or call Mabel 9-kiOO 1; Griffin.between Shop 11
GtrifeAn ...... ................... 600.00 18. NAAS. Mayport ..... $15,00000 Court has declared unconstitutional fication Is issued! by the Bureau of o'clock, and 3 p. m. or Sunday
T-2 ... ... .... .... ..... ...... 600.00 Naval...:.... ...... ...-.....$14. OO.OO I in whole or in part a num- Naval Personnel \\'A\nU: :
Will share
Aircraft Delivery! Unit! 1.340.00 Civilian .... ..................... 200.00 i ber of laws. How many have there I bunlnes couple.' my B.new Montaigne.home with Extension a-
T-6 ............ 1,500.00 19. NAAS, Green Cove bt't'n-3. 64, 469 ? here's a timely one-who ran for 737. 12H5 McArthur St.
w :..."'. :::::: :::::::: :::: 4000.00p : Springs ......................$50,000.001 I 4. How many islands comprisethe vice president with Willkle on the 2(179.1!If 1. automobile, will pay cash. Phone

i T-i .. .......ZZ"Z!!!! .... 500.00 Naval . .. .....$44.260.00 Philippines-326. M7, or 7.083? Republican ticket in 19-10? Remington Winchester 12 gungeshotgun.
, No. 5 .......... ... 20,000,00VMF Civilian ( Public Wks.) 3.40000 5. What city was first named 9. If you received a gift of Contact J. L. Beglllle. Y2c.
t No. 4. .... ... .. .. 22,00000" Power Plants .......... 260.00 Byzantium, and then called Constantinople vermicelli would you : Ext.To Pit
buy bicycle. Contact McMillan,
VPB2 No. 1.... ... .. 57,000.00 Transportation ........ 620 WI I before assuming its (a) add it to your collection of Ext c545.He .
. IB. TRANSPORT $ 5,000.00 Clerical ........ ...... ...... 470 present! name? In what countryis insects bugs, and worms? --- --
36. NAAS, Cecil Field $50,000.00 20. NAGS. Jacksonville. 30000.00 it located ? ( b) serve it for dinner? '"*. Always Prepared-;

l Naval.. 45500.00) Naval... ... .... .... .51500.00 6. Which is the outer layer of (Ic) plant it in your victory gar- FRANCE (CNS> -Pfc. Walter
i Civilian ( Public Wks.) 2326.00 Civilian ( Public Wks.) 2700.00 skin on the human body-the dermis den ? Slink, of Minneapolis, swings a

, Power Plants .......... 300.00 Power Plants ............ 400.00 the epidermis or the subcutaneous (d) hang it with your other lot of weight around when he's in .
Transportation ...... 400.00 I Transportation ........ 1400.00 ? famous paintings? battle. lie always wears five rings
1f.- Clerical . .. .... 300.00 I Clerical ...................... 750.00 7. Who made the last successful! 30. When all or part of a ship or and a bracelet, two pocket watches -
17. NAAS Jacksonville I 21. NAVAL HOSP. _._...$15,000.00 invasion of England BOOM the plane's cargo is thrown overboardin a wrist! watch and two sets of
Municipal No. 1 $35.000.00) I'I'I Naval ... ......?._$12,000.00 channel, and when was it made ? time cf danger what is the act dog tags. And he still carries the
Naval .. $32,456.00 Civilian ................. 3,000.00 8. With the election Just over called I key to his front door back home.


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New Gunnery Champs- J Auto Industry Has Jobs


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Returning servicemen will find
Chiefs Rating To an "untapped Job bonanza" in the

sales and servicing branches of

Five More WAVESFive the postwar automobile industry,
according to Joseph W. Frazer,
chairman of Graham-Paige Mo
more WAVES have achieved tors Corporation.
the rating of chief petty officer "From the service and mainte-
The Naval Operating Base at Ter- "
nance viewpoint, he said, "thou-
minal Island, California, la the
sands of veterans will possess expert
duty station of Yvonne Brandt, technical knowledge acquiredin
Yeoman from New Orleans, Louis-
handling and servicing every
iana. Rella Sander Miller Chief .
vehicle.
type of motorized military ,
Specialist (X) of Wyndmere, South r Many of these men entered the

Dakota, teaches mathematics at service directly from high schoolor
the Naval Training School at Lake college and consequently will

to ,. Union In Seattle, Washington. Mar- not have prewar jobs awaiting
garet F. Ressegger of Washington "
them when discharged.
D C., a Chief Yeoman, has
The auto executive declared
charge of enlisted WAVES on dutyin tbat today the industry needs
the Incentive Division of the
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100,000 mechanics to meet minimum
Navy Department in Washington.Doris W4.
repair needs on the civilian
Jean Sisson, Chief Special
front despite the fact that the
0 ist (S) of Skene, Mississippi, is a .I average American motorist is driving
company officer at the yeoman's i less than 30 miles per week. :\'t1
school in Stillwater, Oklahoma. "What will the requirement *i'.
and Emma Szabo, Chief Yeoman of be" Frazer asked "when restrictions f\\

New York. N. Y.; is captain's writer are removed and the public's 'r, .
at the headquarters of the Na- pent-up urge to travel reaches the '

val Reserve Officers Training Com- boiling point" a
mand in New York City.Firefighters Another branch of service and

---- --- maintenance which Frazer believes

+- ", ,,--... will blossom after the war > ''
. t -fi" t, Get Is the service station. "This group
> has suffered the highest mortalityrate
I ,' I" <> in the industry," he said. "Be.
Above It the \'.'-: flight which last week turned In an aerial gunnery score of '7.6 per cent, to seta Practical DrillsA fore the war there was a service
new station record. Caught by the cameraman a* they examined:: their bullet-ridden target sleeve, station on virtually every corner,
they are, left to right: Ens. 1*. G. Kay, Lt. (Jg) C. K. Kckhardt; Jr., En*. E. E. Thayer, En. D. G. Rob now we are lucky if we can find
in-ton, En. l>, II. (irlffls, Lt. (Jg) W. D. Uptegraff and Lt. C. M. Ivie. Kneeling at right, with helmet U. S. Navy Advanced Am- one on each highway." '}
off, I.I Lt. Fred II. Bozard, Instructor.Waits phibious Base England (Delayed) dealer
_-----u __ __ ___ I As for the automobile
-Seasoned to the smoke and flame and the sales field, Frazer said r?
Record Score Set of battle, men of the U S. Navy i the industry's goal for the first fully ; j
55 YearsTo "Potato Patrol" amphibious force operating be- I o r of production will be approximately \
tween England and France are 6000.000 units; while the :

Get MedalS Up By VF-5 Group Worries Nips learning how to combat shipboard Office of Defense Transportation .'. )

fire-the traditional enemy of seafaring estimates that there will be an :' '

For Bravery I Wellington, New Zealand. men-at a special school immediate market for 14,500.000 .'7;';'.
The Navy and Marine Corps I In Gunnery Drill I First", announcement that pilot. within this United Kingdom U. S. automobiles and for 25,000,000 in ,

Medal has recently been awarded I i of the Royal New Zealand Air Navy base. the first five years.
to veteran of the Naval A night of VF-5 student pilots, Force were filing I the famous An officer and 10 men all big "Compare those figures," he
service for an act of life saving lead by Lt. Fred H. Bozard. Instructor fought Corsair fighter came i city firemen before joining the said "with the fact that in 1939
performed 55 year ago. I last week took possessionof when the "Down Under" pilot! I Navy simulate actual fire condI- approximately 41.000 dealers sold
Richard L. Lewis, of Seattle, the station's aerial gunnery defied hearal that kept tions aboard ship for their sailor 3,577,292 cars. Today the National

discharged front the Navy in crown by racking up a record South Pacific bomber groundedfor i, students. Short on lectures but Automobile Dealers Association

1918, helped save the life of a course score of 7,6 per cent. days to keep the "IOtat.opatrol" long on practical illustration the tells us that there are some 30,000

shipmate who fell overboard The flight's record highlighteda In operation I I, course provides an over-all picture dealers and perhaps only 75 per
of The "potato patrol" U the of modern marine cent of them are active.
from a vessel at Mare Island, general Improvement Squadron firefighting
Calif.. In 1H8!>. For this he re- VF-5's scores during the past air arm of the drive to "starve 'I methods to crews of landing craft "In selling and servicing the t
reived a letter of commendation two months of more than 300 per the JaI out of Kougainville. attending the school. new automobiles that can be
from Secretary of the Na Cut off from supplies, the Jap I 1 Lieut. Joseph F. Kilduff. USNR, bought by the American public's
cent.Maj. are digging jungle toaugment
vy II. I"'. Tracy. K. M. Ford VF-5 gunnery garden Boston, Mass., a peacetime captain estimated postwar savings of
I their foodreserves.
Lewis recently wrote to the officer, credits this increase, not "Potato dwindling on the Hub City fire depart- $100.000.000.000 I can only draw-
Navy Department to ask whether only to the squadron gunnery search out the patrol" Corsairs ment, is in charge of the activity. one conclusion: "Returning serv-

the wearing of a ribbon representing phase program, but also to the use I' :Mp' and strafe them.I gardening'I I ---' icemen will find an unmined job
the citation was au- of synthetic devices and cameras, i "Have YOU Recruited a Friend bonanza just waiting to be staked
thorised. The Department. reviewed and to the increased efficiency of I Send the tax: Air News home! -NAS Needs Workers." I out."
the ease and decided to ordnance crews in seeing that all ------------.-- -

award the Navy and Marine { guns are working efficiently. WAR OR NO WAR MILADY MUST HAVE BEAUTYHIS '
Corp :Mental.l Members of the record-breaking ', ,

flight are: Ens. Edward E. Thayer, AND SHOP ON Tl STATION NO EXCEPTION i//
More MainsideOfficers I who, with a course average score !J
of 12,4 per cent, leads both the

Gain 'squadron and the flight, Lt. (jg) "I think I'll have a manicure The most modern and uptodateequipment lower than those in comparative :. ,
C. K. Eckhardt, Ens. D. H. Griffis,
a shampoo, and a finger wave, has been installed in commercial beauty parlors.
Lt. C. M. Ivie. Ens. F. G. Ray, '
the beauty parlor and the rangeof Hindering the optimum /
2 1-2 StripesOfficers Ens. D G. Robinson and Lt. (jg). please." opera-
services compares favorably tion of the shop is the fact that
W. D. Uptegraff These words, or others to that
with any outside establishment. many customers fail to notify the
on Mainside who were Lt. Bozard, instructor, turnedin effect, arc spoken every day as a Recently several types of cold management if they are unable to
promoted from the rank of Lieu an average score for the course matter of course right here on the waves have been put in. In addi- keep their appointments. This
tenant to Lieutenant Commanderon of 13.2 per cent. Station., And they cause no eyebrow tion the shop offers permanentwaves leaves the operator and facilities
the promotion list of BuPers In order to stimulate Interestin raising head scratching, or
I shampooing, hair recondi- without any work for a consider-
Circular Letter No. 324-44 have gunnery Squadron VF-5 displays quizzical looks. No, the women
able of
tioning, facials arching and man- period time while other
been announced as follows: in a prominent place the tar- have not invaded the men's barber
icuring-a complete line of beauty patrons have been unable to be
Joe A. Adams A-VS( ), USNR; get sleeve with the best score shop, the last sanctum sanatorium service. Prices are considerably I served. ,
Dexter D. Butterfield A-VS( ). against it. Lt. Bozard's flight cur- of male enlisted personnel here, ---- 4 1l
USNR: Walter B. Dean Jr, AVS rently has its sleeve on displayin but they do have a beauty shop
Periodic "Torture" :
( ), USNR.; Frank L Gillespie the hangar. of their own The Navy, realizingtha '
D-VS), USNR; Gale McLean Maj. Ford is careful to point uniform xor no uniform,

A-VS), USNR; Alfred R. Shrlg- I out, when discussing percentage American girls are going to stay ...... ., .:1
ley. D-VG) USNR, Joel B. Head scores, that "holes in the sleeve"are feminine, long ago recognized the f rt 1 \
D-VS( ), USNR: William J. Graham what count "Five per cent of need for beauty parlors at Naval
A-VIN< >. USNR 100 rounds fired will do more dam establishments where WAVES :
Robert W. Bailey. Jr.. A-VS( ). I age than 50 per cent of; two rounds were aboard. rb
I fired," he states, "so in addition to :
USNR Marion F. Barfleld. USN
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The WAVES here
beauty shop
accuracy, we also try to have each I
Ralph B, Boyd A-V(tN' USNR; is run under the direction of Lt 'J
Jr. A-VtN pilot fire as many rounds as possible I
William J. Denholm ) ." LaVina Wildin, assistant ship's

O USNR: Marshall C. Freerks A-V ____ -- a.....;;:.. ____ service officer It is managed by I II
(N). USNR: French C. Gray. Jr., I Mrs. Florence Williams. j
A-VN( ), USNR Houlder Hudglns.
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; Cleaning Service I Is While the shop doe not limit
William G. I
A-VN( ), USNR; Ivey its facilities exclusively to
Jr. A-VtNI>, USNR Harold T. Installed
< : For WAVESA \\'A\'ES, It wa created for their
A-VN), USNR RichardW.
Johnson ; convenience, and its hours h.ive
Long, USN; William K. Mc- new dry cleaning service for been set to accommodate them.
USNR Leo W. enlisted WAVES has been estab- Y
David A-VS( ), ; r
The ) hour I 2iOO. Wives
closing !*
McGuire. A-VN), USNR; Thun- lished in Bldg. 722, Room 127. ,
ac-I of officer and enlisted personnel i N' 1
nison H. T Norris. A-VN( ), cording to an announcement may make ue of the .shop I
USNR; Charles E. Rodebaugh I Lt. LaVina Wildm, assistant ship's but In all fairness to the 11't1'ESwho : : 1

USN; Barratt M. Wells, USN; service offIcer. cannot patronize It during I ,
Lohr L. Whitacre USN. Cleaning may be deposited or daylight hour, they should en 4
Donald W. Gates, A-VS), picked up between the hours of deavour to limit their appointments 5 a 1S
USNR: James C. McCoy USN: 1000 and 1800. Two days service to daytime, It wa ex I i
Albert W. Newhall Jr., USN; William will be given on all garments Lt. plained.The .tj:1'J:
E. Rouse USN; Jewel E. Wildin said. Prices are extremely
Westmoreland, USN; Robert N. low. shop has facilities for seven .: \'J
operators but in view ot the difficulty I "
(
Miller USN ---%JJi -Ji e.. sAn 1
In obtaining trained effi- I' !
Want To Save Money? cient help, it is almost impossible l
to operate at full capacity. Theretfare I S 'C
Don't Pal With Nazis
: always openings for skilled (

1 PARIS (CNS--GIs in Germany operators and Lt. Wildin would I ;

.... found guilty of violating the regulation welcome any wives of enlisted men I '
against fraternizing with who have had experience along I \J r/l/

O enemy civilians face fines of from this line. .
1 France. "What's the latest Ger-I $25 to $65, a United Press front- I attractive woman fon't just born that way, bub, and hi Nile. .4 I
man secret weapon?" the line dispatch reports. Chattingwith Do you have any Introduction you don't believe It, here' the proof That's not a man from Man 1
terrogator asked a n year old civilians is described as the Cards to give your friends in the hitting in that chair but a typical American gal going through the
German prisoner. "$65 offense" by the doughboy.The Air Station drive for 1,800 more torture routine to get A wave In her hair. And to keep It there require

That's us," the'prisoner replied I top commanders call .it "un civilian employees. Join the con- .* weekly' setting, nightly roiling with bobby pin, and periodic
F "All men over 40." necessary contact." test for the $800 In War Bonds. I sections under the Infernal machine pictured here.


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Personnel at the Naval Air Station the Naval Air Tech-
nlcal Training Center the Headquarters of the Naval Air
C. Weaver Jr. ChC. USNR
t Lt. 0. ,
. Operational Training Command. Naval Auxiliary Air Statlon. By ,
Green Cove Springs, Naval Auxiliary Air Station Whenever the great Teacher wished to
Cecil\ Field. Naval Air Gunners' School the U. S. Nava
i.1 Hospital and Naval Auxiliary Air Facilities. Mayport. confront men with His way of Life, lie did

f Rear Admiral Andrew C. McFall. USN' not require them to memorize a set of pre
Chief of Naval Air Operational Training cepts. Instead lie simply issued a summonsto

t Captain Walton W. Smith USN )i their loyalty-a "follow Me." His estimateof

Jacksonville Commanding Naval Officer Air Station men was always in terms of the loyaltiesby

Captain Joseph B. Lynch, A-VG). USNR.Commanding which they lived.
I Officer The standard Jesus used is one which con-
Naval Air Technical Training I Center
scientious men normally turn to in judging
Captain John J. O'Malley (MC). USN.Commanding 4'1 to class
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f Officer their fellows. Are we loyal our own
U. S. Naval Hospital To our own homes? To our own friends? To

J.4 Commander Edward EX Dolecek USN. our own sects. If so, we have found-not

! Naval CommandlnOtlcer.Air Gunners' School. indeed the full, measure and personal worth,
attitude of mind which is funda-
Commander Frank T. Corbin USN, but-an
Commanding Oftlcer. mental to a genuinely good life. In the ""'\
Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Green Cove Sprints
simple expressions of loyalty we display n..J

Commander Commanding Michael P.Officer Bagdano\lch l ; 1o delity to that which, while including our-

i Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field selves, reaches beyond ourselves. In this

, Commander Carl F. Nieberle, USN experience of loyalty to the ordinary obli

Municipal Commanding Number Officer One / % gations of life we have found the doorwayto

Col. Martin J. Kelleher USMC (Ret) \ ) ;-1 true religion.
Commanding Officer U1XN R-p/ /' as- Jesus, however, never encouraged men to
Marine Barracks stop at the doorway. He perennially raised

Lieut Cot William Commanding T. Evans Officer, USMC, (Ret). Morning! -,' men:ony-. excitement while' I Ijvas onAMUSEMENT the question with men as to whether their

Marine Aviation DetachmentThe ,leave loyalties were really broad enough. Some of

His most discouraging encounters with men
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material. Republication of credited matter prohibited were not with those who were utterly lacking
of CKS. War Department. 205 E. CALENDAR
without permission
42nd St., N. Y. C. in a sense! of loyalty, but with men whose allegiances -

were too narrow. The wealthy

MAIN STATION young ruler whose loyalty to his religion was
Pearl Harborl Wake! Guam!
TODAY-"Now Voyager," Bette Davis. The Academy Award winner, unquestioned until it came to the matter of
As December 1, the day for the launchingof Bette Davis, in the return engagement of one of the superlative his possessions; the Samaritan woman, loyalto
the Pearl Harbor Day Extra War Bond dramas that have made her todaj's outstanding actress. ((19)). the traditions of her people until it demanded -
, TODAY-Student Officers' Auditorium only, "Dark Mountain," Ellen '
campaign nears, it seems most appropriate I Drew. personal sacrifice; the disciples' selfish

; that something should be said about it in an FRIDAY-"Strange Affair" Evelyn Kejes, Alljn Joslyn An amateur dispute among themselves as to their

editorial way. The following article, writtenby : detective, with the aid of his flighty wife, tries to unravel relative places in the Kingdom of God-all

Phyllis Mattson, S'2cshould certainly stir the mysterious killing of the medical officer at an internment are instances of loyalties too narrow for theapproval
camp and find an eminent psychiatrist, whose disappearance witha
, and
the pride of all persons in this country of Jesus.
s huge sum of money throws the guilt his way.
i cause them to do their utmost to purchase an "Frenchmen's Creek," Joan Fontaine Arturo de Cordova, Having discovered the meaning of loyaltyin

f extra War Bond. I Basil Kathbone. Romance In the grand manner, this melodramatic that which is nearby, can one enlarge the

I "As the United States nears the end of story about love, piracy and the frivolous pursuits of wealthy object of his loyalties to include not only his
seventeenth-century gentry, stars Joan Fontaine whose
,this third year at war" writes Seaman Matt- In another of Daphne du Maurier' stories, "Rebecca performance ,"- own home but other men's homes? Can he

son, "American people must face unflinch- was' so arresting It is an elaborate, ambitious and expensive: recognize the claims upon him not only of

ingly the prospect of even heavier losses, production in glorious teihnicolor. (20). his own friends but other men's friends as

for, as the Allies approach ever closer to the MONDAY"Going to Town," Lu mand Abner. RKO has cooked up I well? Can he so broaden his loyalty to his
another platter of solid fun for the host of fans who follow the
capitals of Germany and Japan the cost in antics of Lum and Abner on the radio. The story goes from Pine I own sect so as to include respect for other

Jives will be greater than in the beginning."DO Ridge to a Chicago night club as the two comics follow a wealthy o men's sects? In short, does he estimate his

YOU REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR oil man with hilarious results. ((21)). obligations in terms of his own private in-
TUESDAY-"The Very Thought of You," Dennis Eleanor
and Morgan, terets or does he honestly match them
How could Wake
? you forget ,
Parker. A story about a soldier on leave who meets a girl, mar-
\ Guam likewise. The youth of America in- ries her and then goes to the front. ((22)). against the claims of humanity?

vested their lives so that you could remainin ll'EDNESDAY-"Laura" Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews. Adapted from Mankind's ethical and religious progresshas
the popular novel by Vera Caspary, this, Is mystery film that
a free country away from the tyranny of a always occurred as outstanding person-
will please lovers of detective stories. ((24)). alities such the Great Teacher persistently
the and the neededwas as
oppressor support they
(Figures In parentheses are play dates for Student Officers' Au-
War Bonds. Did you give it to them ? ditorium.) sought to widen the range of the common

You invest your money and we invest our loyalties of men and deepen the devotion with

lives. It's all a fifty-fifty proposition."The which men give their allegiance to them.

weekly casualty lists should serve to lh \ At the basis of Jesus' dealings with men
tttOMlUNIi
spur the nation to greater efforts and sac- ? & was the conviction that the surest way to

rifices in bringing closer the day of inevi- pie ..-.v --o .: remain perpetually dissatisfied with life j into

table victory. Mud over time I call it. : ;; ; live by loyalties that are too narrow.

"We on the home front seem to think that The Army is pushing ahead on Leyte-and the Jap are suffering Vt

\ the war can be won by our boys on the sea December The Army 7th Is 1941.pushing ahead on Ljt-and the Japs are !suffering Navy Radio Programs j

and in the air alone. It can if you sup- from Mac Arthuritis.

port them. They are counting on you, every Corn Is grown In great quantities in the Philippines-So It won't be THURSDAY"Service
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\ his knees needs no one's word but that of The Naval Air Station still needs c1\'lUan-ht'lp1' "The First Llne"-Wl\tBlt (CBS) 2200-2230

the fighter pilot, with shells bursting in air, FRIDAY- '
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week. The Axis countries, in planning their over-all -
Signs of Times 1800) -Sabbath Service (Friday). I
strategy, never had a full appreciation of the power Pre-war version: "Hello, Joe! 0810-Sabbath Service (Saturday). "Navy 1It'8cHines"J1U183.518"0
implicit in amphibious warfare. They showed no know?" 1730-Devotions (Tuesday) NAGS and WEDNESDAY-
What do
"sea sense." Control of the sea, says Admiral Pratt ya"Hello Joe! When do Cecil Field "Ser\ice Time"-1VMBR (CBS) 1600-1625:
ya
Today: 1730--Devotions (Thursday
4 ) Green "
is about'nine parts ordinary seagoing traffic and Cove Springs. "Navy New* -WJAX 1750-1755: : :

one part naval crattStinger.A got"S e letter Day Saint: Small chapel, corner "Navy IIc-ac1lln.-WJIIP 1835-1810
of Miiktin and Birmingham "All Hands on Deck"-WJIIP 2030-2100 i
transformation is taking place at NAGS and Too Much Risk 1900-Mutual Meeting (Wednesdays) ,,
Drunk "Shay, you're not goingto Jewish "Sertlre: Small Chapel (Mustln -i-; the !
, no one will deny the fact the change is for the better. : condition." Road and Birmingham 1 Avenue). The Salute is n things those in uniform
that
But as with any change for the better, which, in I'' walk home in 1800 Sabbath Service (Friday), have the privilege to enjoy. Many of the fellows ,
reality, I is progress, there must be considered the Second Drunks. "Course" notI'mgoin' (WO( -Sabbath Service (Saturday). have varied ideas about saluting, some have lead I
1. work involved. to drive my car. 1730-Devotions (Tuesday) NAGS and themselves to believe it is a recognition of superiors
S Cecil Field.
One of the most Important changes will be in I 1730-Devotions (Thursday) Green Cove by Inferiors or an admission of such. Others say it
,, activities on and off the base. To put across these Fun Trying Springs. is a regulation to try to keep the low rank in its
. activities in a manner fitting to NAGS there will Banter-first recruit: "Tell me, place. Well, they're all wrong! '"
[
! be plenty of work for every member of the personnel. do you ever expect to find the per- you can't trust-those who wear Saluting, mates, is the particular means that all 4_ ..
Action will be the keynote from here on in and it fect girl?" mustaches and those who don't. of us have for recognizing those who belong to the "
may be wise to note that ACTION will be Just! that, Second: "No, but it's sure a lot C same organization and are brothers-under-the-akln.
all caps, for the simple reason because action has of fun making sure they're not." Sign in store: Please pay your Its' a recognition of a shipmate whether he be a
'
been the byword of Lt. Comdr. Robert Feddern, C bills now. The world may come to captain or warrant officer.
i NAGS skipper ever since he launched his naval Two Hindu an end soon and we don't want to The officers are under the same obligation as the
i career in 1936.-Bam. There are two kinds of sailors be looking all over hell for you. enlisted man.-The Scuttlebuttr



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j New Music Room Attains Popularity

FFICER I Equipment Twice .
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: Saved Life When 4' ,' 1

THE WEEK I <
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Juneau ... ,< ><: ', .
G) Was SunkThat's 3':.; .' .f':/;i'" j !j!\

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Why This I IB-Year t.. r 'I r
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Old Gunner's Mate Glad : .

Someone Did Good Job '
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"Most Americans remember the I
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f r rL.r Juneau mainly because five broth- e

ers-the famous Sullivan boys- 1

,, were all lost with her. What the
.,. men on other Navy ships out

there, who saw the Juneau go
down, remember most is how fast ; -....

she sank. There wasn't a sign of
> her above the water two minutes '

K after we were hit," relates Gun- RsH 1
ner's Mate Allen C. Heyn and 18-

year-old crew member of the ill-
starred ship when she went down \
off Guadalcanal.

: "Before the Juneau was hit, she ,
had done her share of damage to
the Japs," Heyn continues. "We "

were in on the Guadalcanal land-

GJ ings and in many of the engage-
ments that followed, including the : '
famous night battle of Guadal-

canal which took place only a few '
hours before we were hit.Ve "
really poured it on the Japg that I r J J'j
.
I \ night We sank a Jap tin can 1

ourselves and then fired simul- t

taneously on a cruiser on one side
of us and a battleship on the other.
Another "up from the ranks" The water was covered with hundreds '

f, officer aboard the Jacksonville I of drowned Japs. We took
Naval Air Station is Lt. Comdr I plenty of punishment ourselves

Charles Rice McDowell, USNR though. Once while the ship was

station education officer.The temporarily out of control we almost -"f

genial, mild-mannered officer collided bow on w th a Jap Play mine next' chorus these WAVES and"sailors to Chief Specialist (1W) Frank )Marsteller in the .'
born in Danville. Ky., on
was cruiser. new music room recently opened for the ue of all station personnel They are: In the chair, Ensign
,. 25 August 1895. He graduated I "Next morning we rejoined our Ann Van VVestrenen, Doris McLean, Y2c; standing;. }'ranklantf'lIer., C Sp\Vj, Ferd Naughton, Sk3c;
from Centre College with an A.B. I! task force. The San Francisco. and on the footstool, Harold Weiss, SpW) Ic.
degree In 1915 but before he was had so many casualties that we --- _._-- ---
able to continue his education !I sent over what medical assistancewe I

\, much farther, World War I came.i I could. It was while we were SYMPHONIC STRAINS ARE HEARD ALMOST ANY

; along and he enrolled in the U, S. :I waiting for our men to return that I

i' Naval Reserve Force as a seaman I we got it. I HOUR OF DAY IN NEWLY OPENED MUSIC ROOM
second class, on 21 April 1917 at "I had just come aft to my -
Washington. D. C. I battle station when we were hit. d" -- Symphonic strains are heard
Lti
r I battle .helmet.It "Lucky 'most hour of the day in the
Six: months later, on 22 October wan wearing! my any
r undoubtedly saved life vicinity of the Music Room, a
1917 to be exact, young McDowellwas my
i selected for flight trainingand for although the explosion : Has Seen Action In Plenty Of Tight newly equipped and recently
ordered Massachusetts knocked me down, battered In opened refuge for music lovers, located

Institute was of Technology for ground my helmet and fractMrod my I Spots But Hasn't Lost A Single Man I I between the chapels. Popular

J school work. From there he pro- skull I wa only tttunned for a request has brought into being

ceeded to Pensacola where he com- few seconds I -------- Twice damaged while participating this project of the Welfare De- r::

I I pleted his training and was com- "When I came to, only the stern I started to sink with the ship. Un in three invasions the destroyer partment, for the benefit of all I At
miaaioned Ensign on 18 June 1918. of the Juneau was still above wa- 'der water I felt bodies bump USS Ludlow has bounced people who like good music and, .

He wa aligned a* a flight ter. The men were slipping and I against me in the murky dark- I back each time to harass the en- have been needing a place to en- 11
I Instructor at Key Meat next, falling as they scrambled to get ness. Just as I was passing out. emy and shepherd Allied supply joy classical recordings. The room ,3
1! remaining there from 20 June to off the ship. I found that I was I'the metal tore loose and I shot lines across the Atlantic. Never is equipped with the record player f

5 September, 1918. While there pinned down by a sheet of metal up towards the surface It was in the many long months of action, some easy chairs, and a libraryof o'
i h alto became a patrol pilot. and I couldn't move at all. As only because my lifejacket was so has there been a fatality aboard 26 albums of records. chosen :
t Returning to Pensacola, he was the water poured over the deck, I buoyant that I ever made it to the "Lucky Lud." And, almost from requests sent in to the Welfare -

i designated l naval aviator. On the top against the drag of the without exception, the wounds suflel'ed I: Office as a result of a notice .

19 December, 1918, he was re- versity. They have two sons ship. For the second time in two by her. crew have been recently printed in the JAX l
f lea ei from active duty. Charles R. McDowell Jr., who is minutes my life had been saved bya t 1 minor. I AIR NEWS. It has been pre ,

his education, Comdr. now an apprentice seaman in the piece of equipment. I wish I i I In contrast, the Ludlow has lefta I pared_ by and is under the management ;;
I Resuming from Navy's V-5 program at Miami could thank the folks in person wake of death and destruction I of a committee composedof
J McDowell was graduated with M.A. University, and John F. McDow- I who made that helmet and that wherever she has encountered the Ens. Ann Van Westren, Ens.

Columbia University In an four ell, who is a freshman in high lifejacket." enemy. In the words of one of her ; Harriet Rodebuah. Ens. J. C. Rose,
in 1920. the following
I I school in Lexington Va. -- C Sp (W) Frank Mars teller.<
i crew, the Ludlow "has been I
he studied at various colleges -
years This buy officer found timeto around." What's she's Spl(W)le Harold Weiss and Y2c .,
more, a
I and universities and for two play football, basketball, and 3 WAVES DecoratedBy specialist in invasions. For in- Shirley Cooper. The committee is t
I years! served as athletic coach at track while a student at Centre
I open for any suggestions or requests
I Centie College. In 1924 he received College Matty Bell who later French Officer stance: I, for improvement as the
I his LL.B. degree from Yale rotM-luxl the Row Bowl team forSouthern She was at Casablanca for the I.
room is for the enjoyment of ev
University Law School. Methodist University Linguistic talent has brought. invasion of North Africa on Nov.I .
awards to three Pensacola eryone.
Until 1927 when he became Pro- and :McDowell played halfback 1 8, 1942. I
WAVES for aiding the group of Most popular so far seem to be
fessor of Law at Washington and together on the football team. She participated In the Invasion -
chief petty officers of the French I the albums of Caesar Franck, D
Lee University Comdr. McDowell They also were guard on the of Sicily\ in July 1913
practiced law at West Palm Beach. basketball team.<< Both are lieu- Navy who are receiving refresher She took part In time" attackon Minor; Tschaikowsky, Symphony a
flight training at the Naval Air No. Beethoven's
No.
-t.
On 17 March 1942 he left the I tenant-<<"Ulllmandf'nJ in the Navy Palermo In August 1943; on Symphonies
training bases there. The French 4, 5, and 8; the Rhapsody in Blue,
university to re-enter the Navy as now Comdr. :McDowell also won Salerno the following month;
Cross of Lorraine, in appreciation and Jerome Kern Favorites.
a Lieutenant-Commander. Reporting I the state championship in the a.nde was. present when the
of their work in translation and :
to NAS Jacksonville, 20 April high jump and placed in the high Allies instituted the historic The following rules for the Mu-
1912. he was designated Immediately hurdles. interpretation, was presented by I struggle at Anzio, .helping smaah sic Room have been approved by

as station .education officer. His hobby has been writing stories Lieut. Boris Rabineau, senior the enemy with her potent armament Comdr. John Raby. USN. Execu.
French officer at Pensacola, to Lt.
Many additional duties have since for pulpa, but the Lieutenant. until she took a hit 17 tive Officer:
( Marie liaison officer
jg) Dapples
fallen on the shoulders of the Commander smilingly recalls that days after D-Day. I 1. The key to the Music Room
for the French students, En-
scholarly officer. He was senior most of them were rejected. Once The total toll the Ludlow has may be obtained from the Duty
sign Catherine Shalucka. navigation -
member of the Ship's Service inventory he had a short novel "The Ringer taken of the enemy will never be Chaplain's office from 0430 to
and aerology instructor, and
board for awhile and now I ," published In Argosy. The story accurately computed because much i 2030. It must be returned to the
Mary McNeill. Sp(T)2c, who trans-
i* a member of the General Court concerned a railroad fireman I of the sturdy vessel's firing has I office by 2030 I the door locks
lated the Link Training syllabusinto
senior member of the food rationing who entered college on forged French and instructed the been at long range against shore automatically when closed, so 'key
board civil readjustment officer credits, won all the big games but in French. targets. I may be returned as soon as the
president of the senior offi- failed to graduate. A rich ad- group ij However victims on the Lud door is unlocked).
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cers' mess, and station historian. mirer of his gave the college the low's list include more than ascore 2. From 2030 to 2200 a volun- I
Comdr. McDowell was married I finest library in the South. "Now I McCOOK, Neb. (CNS) Jitter- of shore batteries, numerous I Continued on Page Seven

C tltn New York City to the former I say I ain't done nuthin' for Southern t bugging Ernie Oliver spun into a tanks and trucks and many en- '
Catherine Feland of Lawrence-I education," the ringer, hero I hot jive lost his balance and fell emy troop concentrations. In the I' quite recently, partook In a successful

burg. Ky., on 18 August 1921 while of the tale said when he heard I through the second story window Sicilian invasion she blew a hydroelectric hunt for an enemy aub
she was attending Columbia Uni- the news about the library of a local dance hall. works sky-high and marine rescuing 13 of its crew.
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I InterStation FOURTH INFANTRY RAIDS STATION SATURDAYHEADLINES




I Cage Loop ToOpen FOR LINESMEN Two Tough Scraps i))

4Faurot's
1 1 Dec. !It-; 1 Still Ahead For '


Fliers

NAGS Municipal No. I 1 I

Cecil Lee, Mayport, Pounding down the home
stretch of the football
alp seasonat
And Jax Entered I
top speed, Jacksonville Na-
'A lively 8-team NAOTC In j val Air Station's high scoring

ter-Station basketball league Fliers will make a determinedbid
I action 1 De- V'' n s.E'JAR.
A will swing into ,<" for the souteastern service

,? cember, according to an an- championship in their two

/ nouncement made this week home games
| NAAS Cecil Field, NAAS (Lee (ytAy The Fighting Fliers embattlethe
Field) Green Cove Springs, NAAS strong Fourth Infantry Raid
.. Mayport, NAS Lake City, NAS A ers of Ft. Bennlng, Ga., at Mason
St. Simons Island, Jax Municipal f Field this Saturday at 1600 and
f'. No. 1, NAGS and NAS Jackson- .. I they wind up the schedule here
ville will be represented in the 25th
November against the un-
,. I'
circuit. beaten and untied Ft. Pierce
at :1. :: "
The league was organized \ '< (Fla.) Naval Amphibious Train-
a meeting in the office of Ueut.f I ing Base. -
()nndr. Russell T. Smith, NAO I : '
f TC Physical! Training and WelL "i! ; The Fourth Infantry, coached J)
fare Officer. It was attended \. by Gene Myers, of Kentucky, also
by direct envoys of the athletic whipped the Third Infantry this
!* directors from the eight actltl- L.._ ___ ::::._ __ season. The Raiders held unbeaten
\\ ties entered In the loop. Bill Kirkpatrick, Eg. Keesler (Miss.) Field to a 7-7
Play gets under way 1 Decemi 1 + a tie two weeks ago but they bowedto
\> and continues through 12 Jan- v Maxwell Field this past week.

,*i uary. Victory AddsPrestige Coach Myers will bring a heavy
Each team will play every other weight squad of former stars to
team once at home and once on this Station Saturday. Running in
the road. For the first weeks of the To the Raiders' backfield are Dick
season one game a week will be McPhee, fullback for the 1912
played on Friday and at the tail- Georgia team which licked UCLAIn
end of the season games will be Flier TeamDOUGHBOY the Rose Bowl; Tommy Mont,
held on Tuesday and Friday. Maryland's passer extraordinary;
Competition will be governed by Bill Meek, who quarterbacked for
NCAA rules STADIUM, FT. the Tennessee club which playedin
The Jacksonville Naval Air Station John Hanzel, Lg BENNING, Ga. (Sunday) the Sugar Bowl in 1911 and

will have a "varsity" basket- Methodically chewing rival lines to pieces, the Station Fliers' Move over, Third Air Force and again in '43; Phil Cutchin, Ken-
ball team this season butt will front wall In doing a great Job this season. Two of the mainstays Ft. Pierce Amphibs, and make tucky back; Al Cassman, Penn
I; confine its schedule to games with room in the top row of Southeastern Al Cenci Penn State
In the Flier line are Marine John Hanzel and Sailor Bill Kirkpatrick.Hanzel sprinter; ,
i{: collegiate and major service rivals. husky 195-pound, 510" former Yillanotan, Is a standout on service football for the Jack- halfback; and Kyle Estenik a
.i. The Station's entry in the NAO offense and defense. Kirkpatrick is playing exceptionally well for sonville Naval Air Station. speedster from John Carroll College -
I\* TC loop will be chosen from the a linesman with only high school experience behind him By overwhelming the better- .
d' four enlisted and one officer intramural than-average Third Infantry Cock- Johnson Is StandoutUp
leagues. Plans call for ades, 35 to 13, Jacksonville's Fliers
j
:{. the best intramural team of the this sunny Sabbath afternoon defi- front the Fourth Infantryis
r*' week to play for the Station in 4orso nitely established themselves as bulwarked by a pair of six-foot.
5 the NAOTC loop. contenders with the Third Air six, 245-pound: tackles. They are
!| The Malnside Auditorium will be Force (Morris Field, N. C.) and Clyde Johnson, Kentucky's All-
0 the site of the Station games.Station's J; Ai7'By the Ft. Pierce (Fla.) Naval Am- America ace, and Dick Webb, an-
phibious Commandos for the other Kentuckian. Other main-
Southeastern service grid crown.A stays in the Raiders' line include
WAVES khaki crowd of 25,000 soldiers George Ilecht, 230-pound guard
overflowed the spacious who was an All-America at Alabama -
,: To Form Varsity stadium to see the Navy and the in 1942; George Orisini, 220-
Army rivals transact football pound guard from Penn Military
Basketball Club business here; and they saw an College; Bernie Check, Niagara
) audacious band of felting grid. College end; Cecil Kemp, an ag-
WAVES will introduce pulchri- Bernard Kahn Y3c Ironers live up to the best traditions gressive center from Ouachita College -
( tude and a dash of color Into the When congenial Comdr. Eddie Mahan tossed his long underwear of their nickname of and others.

Station basketball picture this into a valise last week and boarded a dogsled for Fighting Fliers. John llanztl, guard, of John-
i season. Paced by Billy Hillenbrand, In- ston, Pa., a husky! Marine who
Plans for organization of a Sta. the frozen fastnesses of the West Coast-Florida Chamber diana's All-America back last keeps plugging away in the line

tion varsity WAVES' team were of Commerce, please note-everybody around the Station year, the Infantry Cockades opening holes on the offence and
announced by Ensign Verla Hill, gave tongue to the proper sentiments about Jacksonville's jumped into a0 lead in the first closing 'em on the defense, will
formerly of State Normal College, loss being the Pacific's gain.What's quarter. When the Jax first team serve M game captain for the
Ill., who will coach the girl cagers showed no signs of snapping out Fliers ]Ianz l played for the
meant it for there isn't
The WAVE basketeers will report more, everybody anyone of its lethergy Coach Don Faurot NATTO eleven last year
for their first practice try- aboard who has more warm friends than the former Harvard sent in the strong second string Probable starting lineup for the

outs Wednesday, 22 November, at grid great who was the nation's and they evened up the score at Fliers follows: ends, Bishop and
1800 at the mat on Yorktown and No. 1 pigskin pin-up in the days 7-7 at halftime. Then the Flier Lester; tackles, Walker and Jan-
Mustin. when the Police Gazette adorned Eight WAVE Volleyball regulars took over in the third usas; guards, Ilanzel and Kirk
"All WAVES' are urged to join every barber's chair. Teams Bid For TitleThe quarter and they hit the Infantry Patrick; center, Ecklund; quarter.
I,, the squad," Ensign Hill said. Of. Perhaps to a younger genera- men at top speed and spattered'em back Leckonby; left halfback,
fleers and enlisted girls will be tion which reveres the Tommy WAVES volleyball league all over the premises with Letchas; right halfback, Donaldson -
\ eligible for the team, and the Harmons, Frankie Sinkwiches, is in its second week of competition three touchdowns in this period. ; fullback, Granchelli.
bigger the squad the betetr. Bruce Smiths and the Don Hut- with eight teams vicing for While this was all very bad for I
The WAVES' varsity team will sons of the modern football era, top laurels. Games are played the home team,- the soldier fans :
I play games against rival Stationsand Mahan is not so well known. But Monday and Tuesday. Entries are could not deny that in Jackson- Ft. Pierce Aims
against civilian outfits aboard draw up a stool beside your 01' Supply, WAVES Unit, MI, NAO ville's Fliers they were seeing one
this reservation or on other bases. Pappy's rocking chair some day, TC, Synthetic, Officers, VM Unit, of the top teams in the Southeast. To Moider FliersThe
WAVE games will be played at Son, and stir his memories. He'll and Parachute Loft. I Flier Line OutstandingThe
l If' the Mainside Auditorium as preliminaries recall that in the days when The- stout Flier line put a crimp
:i been
to the Station Flier da Bara, Pearl White and Bebe in Hillenbrand's vaunted running Station's Fliers have
I, < events. The Fliers will take on top- Daniels were vamping the nation, Service Football attack after the first quarter, the likened to lambs being led to
line college and service teams in Eddie Mahan was a householdname whole team all but nullified theCockades' slaughter, according to reports
emanating from the Ft. Pierce
the southeast. wherever sports were talked.
Jacksomllle NAS. 35; Third Infantry frenzy of forward passes Naval Base.
Amphibious Training
I The regular WAVES Intramural Yes, the old-timers will remember 13. and the high scoring Jacksonville -
j league will also function this that Mahan was Harvard's Great Lakes, 12. Third Air Force 10. backs under the direction of Ft, Pierce's high-scoring, unbeaten -
Mayport. 19, Charles Coast Guard, 6. Commandos play here 23:
1913-14-15 when football
fullback In -
season, starting In January. Navy, 48; Cornell 0. Quarterback Bill Leckonby put on November and the South Florida
WAVES Interested In the bas was played as a brutish, bullish Army, 59; a brilliant razzle-dazzle show.
ezPalrxv.O1I
ketball program may reach Ensign game, whanging away at the Randolph Field, Field, 0. Donaldson sailors are saying their Amphibs
Johnny the Fliers' kid
,
Balnbrldge, Md Navy, 50, Cherry will "moider" the Fliers. It could
Hill 8381. line from end to end. He was the ?
by phoning
Point Marines, 7, halfback, his flying feet churning _
gridiron's first "triple threat," March Field (Fourth Air Force), 28; Continued On Seven be.The
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Ft. Pierce lineup
runner and kicker. Washington 0. inctudesJU
Kanaczet High passer Harvard, Princeton and Yale Navy Iowa, 7.Preflight I 33; Bunker Hill, Ind.. Three-Way Deadlock I. All-American such big name back stars at as Minnesota !

were the "Big Three" before the Second Air Force. 20; Ft. Warren, 0
First World War. During Mahan's Lincoln Army, 39; Ottumwa NAS, 0. Barracks Detail, Mechs and and Michigan; Hampton Pool,
: Touch Grid ScorerJohn three years at Cambridge, Harvard Coast bt, Guard Mary 13.Preflight, 32.; Alameda Ordnance deadlocked for the leadin Stanford '40 and end for the Chi.
lost only one game. It was in Camp Lejeune. 26; Ft. Monroe, 0 the VPB2 No. 1 intrasquadrontouch cago Bears In pro ball; Lee Artoe,
915: when Mahan captained the Camp Lee, 36.: Richmond' Army, 0. football league. CNT is 255-pound tackle who was a tower
Kanaczet, S2c, personally Keesler Field. 39, GuUport, 0 fourth and Radio Flight wound of strength for the ChI-Bears;
Crimsons that he climaxed his career up
accounted for 42 points for the City BlueJackets, 19 Nevada.
2.Fleet ; John Polanskl All-Southern fullback
,
in the cellar. Playoffs under-
fashion. It are
in unforgettable
unbeaten A & R team to lead all
was Harvard vs Yale in a grudgeas Norman Okla. Navy Zoomers, 42; way with the winners to receive at Wake Forest; Lee Bruck
in the touch football
scorers Lubbock Army Air 0. gold footballs ner, 225-pound: Michigan State
bitter as the Hatfielda and the
which ended their regular
leagues --- back; Nick Wazylik. Ohio State

season:Weiner schedule of A this& R week.pitched an worst McCoys.licking Harvard in its gave history Yale, 41 the to Edward Waters Coach Picks Up Marbles troit quarterback Lions,; tackle John; Tripson etc., etc., ,De et

even dozen touchdown passes to 0, and Mahan personally accounted And Goes Home Without Finishing GameThe cetera,
for 29 of the
points.
top the field in the aerial depart- Regain Marshall GoldbergThe
ment. Walter Camp, originator of sage who said there's nothing new under the sun never Commandos also have Mar.
Individual scoring leaders follow the All-America fit Jt"'tlon"as reckoned with football, as it was played Friday at Mason Field. shall Goldberg Pitt's great All-
f : Fitzpatrick, Dispensary, 36; the supreme football judge of It was Edward Waters College of Jacksonville vs. the unde- America back, and a topnotcherin
Shoquist, A & R, 30; Welker, A & the land and he placed Mahanon feated Naval Air Station Tigers in an all-negro battle. ball, back in the lineup.
the first team for three successive Edward Waters was leading, 7-6, late the pro
last
V' n, 30; Kaiser VF4 Ord, 21: Huff, in quarter and Goldberg started the season with
Boathouse, 18; McCullough, Sea- jears. the Tigers were driving downfield deep in E. W.'s territory. It Ft. Pierce and was detached, but
man Guard, 18; Svehla, Personnel, Then all hell broke loose in Europe was an exciting moment when Edward Waters drew a five- he was reassigned to the Amphiba
and the United States wentto yard penalty for stalling.
18; Carter, A & R, 18; Cieri, Dis- this week.
war. So did Mahan, as a Ma- In effect "you can't that to me." the Edward Waters
pensary, 18; Lewis, Marines, 18; coach dashed out on the field, Ot picked up the plgsk n Ft. Pierce has challenged the
Kramer, VPB, 18; and Ricken- rine 1st looey, serving overseas and marched It back five yards But Referee I, Glenn Haft back, VM, 18. under famed Smedley Butler. did It to him again He penalized I the visitor another five-yards for in fame'
to
declared obstructing the the ball from & post-eeaaon game
When World War II was game moving only two yard the
Behind Weiner In touchdown
his servicesto Fla., but the unbeaten, urged
passes came Ramsay of A & R, Mahan offered chat was the straw that broke the camel's back, insofar as Commandos may be counting
the and on 10 February,.
who connected: with 10; Elder, Navy months after Pearl the Edward Waters coach was concerned. lie summoned his their chickens before they are
{ VPB, 9; Lamb, VF4 Ord, 8; Cieri, 1941-Just two to NAS Jack- players off the field and quit without finishing the game.. hatched for they haven't beaten
Dispensary, 6; and Harper, Personnel Harbor-he Continued reported On Page Seven PS: The Tigers won by forfeit, 10. NAB Jax yet-and that's easier i ,
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" 'J* Victory Adds MadeIt Quiz Contest )
Prestige Tom They Lt. (jg) Stillpass

(QUESTIONS PRINTED ON '.,

: Fliers; Score 35-13 Win j Pelcllu Snappy, 1'alau Islands-(Delayed Replaces Chaplain PAGE 3) 'II i

) Twenty Marine pilots ANSWERS: 1

'. c"\ like Continued the propeller From Page SLY F6F: fantrymen in the third quarter flying FlU Vought Corsairs recently Jacob I K-Shankman 1. Rangoon, Burma; Bangkok, -..i
on a per after Lieut. Faurot gave his regulars made one of the shortestair Trinidad; Singapore, Malay f
sonally accounted for three touch strikes In history. States; Batavia Java Hanoi
a magic halftime pep talk ; j
downs. Lt. (jg) Leo V. Stillpass has
that revitalized 'em Only 1,400 yards away, the French Indo-China.
The Third Infantry, first outfitto The Fliers rammed completely three Japs were fighting bitterly from replaced Lieut. Jacob K. Shank- 2. (a) Is correct. i
go overseas In World War II, touchdowns In over deep caves. In a blinding rain- man as a chaplain on this Station, 3. 64 is correct.
fire
order.
was also first to score. A beauti rapid storm 20 double Wasp-powered Chaplain Shankman having been 4. There are 7,083 Islands in the I
Hillenbrand The Fliers took the ball on their Corsairs of the "Death Dealers" assigned to Sampson, N. Y. Lt. group.

out on the Fliers' one- own 32 and marched to the Infantry's squadron took off with 1,000- Stillpass took over his duties here 5. Istanbul, European Turkey.:
yard line. The Station's return 20-yard stripe on a seriesof pound bombs Almost as soon as 27 October. 6. The epidermis.
kick wobbled weakly out of bounds plays featured by an eye-pop they were In the air, the Cor- A native of Ft. Wayne, Ind., 7. William the Conqueror In
'" on the 20. Two line plays failed ping four-way lateral In which Al sairs loosed their bombs. The Chaplain Stillpass attended the 1066.
to gain. Then Hillenbrand hurled Granchelli, Gus Letchas, Donald ground crews cheered each hit, University of Cincinnati and He- 8. Senator Charles H. McNary
. i'a pass to Harry Taylor, former son and Leckonby all handled the as the concussions\ shook the brew Union College In the Ohio of Oregon.

,'., Kentucky star, who caught it in ball and on a 25-yard aerial from ground on which they were city before filling the pulpit in 9. (b) is correct.

::1l. the end zone. Leckonbjr.to: Elwood Lester. ThenLeckonby standing. Memphis, Tenn., for approximately 10. To jettison the cargo. ".,
In the second quarter, the Fliers sliced off tackle and one year prior to coming into -l
..il. smashed 68 yards for a mark zig-zagged 20 yards for a score. the _Navy.
er. Joe Brown and Bill McCloskey, Jax struck again. Hillenbrand Lieut. StallingsTo Chaplain Stillpass received his $100 DonationTo
who peeled off a 17-yard run, chose to run from his own Si indoctrinal training at William
t carried to the Infantry's 19. Don- on fourth down and the Flier line Give Talk and Mary College, Williamsburg, Chest Fund '
; aldson came back in the game stopped him cold. Donaldson W. Va., and served in Bermuda
"} and.on two successive cracks into brought the crowd to Its feet by At during the Jewish Holy Days,
the line he pile-drived to the two, finding a hole over tackle andracing NorthamptonContinued prior to reporting to. Jacksonville.Heroes I Heralds SpiritContinued
Si %Sl -
arils over the goal. =
then bucked it across. From Page) One From Page One

O The roof caved in atop the In- scored The upon befuddled for a Cockades third time were In she speaks, for she has seen them Of Pacific ported that It anticipates betteringits
come to the command In the two last year's contribution of
' this hectic period when End John
The Runway years of her service, from one $1,100. ,
O'Quinn Get DecorationsLast
intercepted a Hillenbrand WAVE on one station, to approxi- With this kind of interest being
Continued From pass on his own 47. Leckonby shown Comdr. Marken believes that
Page Six I mately 2400 on 20 stations, and
fionville as Athletic Officer. Ma- then rifled a sure strike to Don- she has supervised their adminis- SaturdayContinued every person on the station, officer -

han .coached the 1941 Station foot- aldson, who caught the leather on tration, housing, health, discipline, enlisted and civilian, will do
; ball outfit and the Fliers won eight the Cockades' 25 and outran Hillenbrand welfare, and recreation. As Wom From Page One his part to reach the large sum

games and lost one. : e became and Bobby Epps to go en's Reserve Director on the staff posed of PB4Y -Liberators, was of $12.000 which has been set as

Welfare and Recreation Officer in over. of Rear Admiral A. C. McFall, skippered by Comdr. Norman the station's goal. Simultaneouslywith
December of 1941 and held that Reserves played out the game in Chief of NAOTC, she has the task "Bus" Miller, the "one-man task the drive now being conducted -
:"r billet until he was detached last the final period. A long pass from of planning the assignment of officer force" who is a native of Jackson- at Mainside campaigns are un-

.? week. .. Kit Iittrell to J. B. Reynolds put and enlisted personnel as well ville. derway at other naval activities.
'..r un me eve or ixmuir. :\Ia'r. the ball in striking distance of nay I as that of keeping WAVE affairs "Working under primitive condi- Lt. R. T. Smith is receiving con-
.. ban's departure we dropped Into dirt. Brown threw a lateral( to running smoothly throughout the tions," his citation says, "with inadequate tributions from NAOTC personnel,
t his office to say a respectful Johnny Allsup on the far sideline : command, averting misunderstandings equipment and facilities, Chaplain J. H. Harper at NATTC
I.t s'long. In the course of the farewell and the li'l scatback scampered : problems, and unnecessaryerrors and Inexperienced personnel, Lt. and Chaplain A. L. Slafkosky at
J.,, chlnfest we popped a number 16 yards into the end zone to put relative to WAVE matters i Robinson, by sheer force and en- the Naval Hospital. Ens. Lee reports *
of random football ques- the Fliers ahead, 357. : by the use of foresight and conferences ergy, so inspired the personnel under the drive practically com-
. tions. Ft. Benning acquired a face him that operations againstthe pleted at Mayport while Chaplain
i, Mohan I enemy were maintained at a Imbrie at Jax Municipal, Lt. (jg)
parried naming any all. saving goal near the end of the "Probably most of us were
' h! time, all-stars with the explana- game when Hillenbrand and Epps motivated In joining the WAVESand high level of efficiency despite Sullivan at Cecil Field and Chap-

'i tlon that football has been revolutionized advanced the ball to the Fliers'six. rightly so-," comments. bombing attacks" and frequent air lain The at NAGS are pressing
drives at their
-1,. In recent years. Hillenbrand circled end for Lieut. Stallings "by the desireto raid alerts. respective stations
'M "It used to be a defensive game, the score. give TO the Navy, but Itdoesn't Capt. Shaw also received a let- On Mainside the first contribu-
tion actually received for the Com-
Marine
ter of commendation from
.1: but passing has opened it a lot take long In the service
up
The Fliers added all five points
War Fund
" MaJ. Gen. R. J. Mitchell for "meri munity was submittedby
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and now it's easy to score," Ma- after touchdown. Big George to see that the debit Is on the
torious rendition of valuable service" the Physical Training Departi i
han said. "It wasn't unusual in other side. I, for one, will never
Faust, veteran fullback star who while serving as operations ment for the amount of $76.60. It
;I'1 the early days to kick on first played only part-time because of be able to repay the Navy for watch officer at Munda, New is expected that the climax to the
. :h and second downs. The ball all that It has contributed to
was an injury, placekicked three good my Georgia and Torokina, Bougain- drive will be reached this coming
.' shaped differently and used to' be and Brown booted two betweenthe life during the past two years. ville, from January 2 to August of week with all departments con-
? much harder to throw. There was They have been without ques-
uprights.
this year. "Capt. Shaw consistently tributing, although the campaign
i
; no such thing as few tion the most eventful, Instructive -
playing
a itself will be
GAMES NOTES. After the and continuously performed his not officially closed
minutes and then the most
relieved Interesting, and
being until 1 December.
victory Allie White, team captainand duties In a highly effective man-
,.. by a substitute. You were In there stellar tackle, presented the challenging years of my life." ner, contributing markedly to the People have Sound added Incen-

:'f, .Jo stay and once you came out youcouldn't football to Capt W. W. Smith, Lieut. Stallings, formerly on the success of the Bougainville and tive to make the drive a success
" j' go back In the game. Commandant, who was on hand to Dean's Staff of the University of New Britain-New Ireland air campaigns this year, reports Chaplain Mar-
And there wasn't so much time cheer his Fliers-.Papa" Gus Alabama, joined the Navy In Sep- ," his citation states. ken, in that War Prisoners' Aid,
{ .' between halves. The rules have I Letchas celebrated the arrival of tember, 1942, was commissionedLt. Radioman Powell was also a Relief for Allied Nations, and Wel-
been changed completely All these ''a son on Thursday by turning in (jg), USNR, before reportingto recipient of a letter of commen- fare Activities Among Servicemen
things make the stars of yester- a nice performance. Young Mas- the indoctrination course at dation for "meritorious and efficient sponsored by the U. S. O. are press-
day and today incomparable. No ter Letchas will be named Arthur. the Naval Reserve Midshipmen'sSchool performance of duty" asa Ing needs of direct benefit to serv-
one can say who was best." Incidentally, eight membersof sent to Jacksonville for radio gunner In a torpedo icemen and the people of our Al-
? .I The Commander reflected a moment the Station starting lineup are active duty In December, 1942, and bombing squadron during the lies.Contributions
then added philosophically, I married men. Only bachelors are promoted to Lieut about a year Solomon Islands campaign. Pow- will be turned in to
"football's a funny game, any- I Donaldson, Lester and Walker. later. She holds a B. S. degreein ell took part In 21 damaging Chaplain O. C. Weaver, Jr., at the
way, when It comes to naming Pre-Medicine and Dietetics from strikes against Jap shore installations Chapel Building, extension 518.
stars. A player looks great againstone = the University of New Hampshire, during which eight warships --
team and looks like a bum and an M. A. degree in English were sunk, four damaged
against another" team the very Teams InvolvedIn from the University of Alabama, and 55 enemy aircraft destroyed Last Chance To
next week. with extensive experience in college Presidential Unit Citations were
"How about pro football?" we counselling and in conducting presented to Aviation Machinist's Be Enrolled In

,. Inquired. Playoffs private parties touring the Eu- Mate Knoebel for service with Tor-
Mahan believes that professional .. ropean continent. pedo Squadron Six as well as the Extension Work
football will thrive and --,,-=, USS Enterprise, thus giving him
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blossom Into a compelling sport They're off-in the playoffs! two blue stars for his citation rib- Continued From Page One

that ultimately will challengethe The poet season round robin Symphonic Music bon, and Ensign Lee T. McHugh, of the modern tendencies and tech-
college game In crowd series for high honors in Station for service aboard the Enterpriseas in drama fiction
appeal nique and po-
public Interest and newspaper touch; football is under way with Heard Any Hour a dive bomber pilot.
the four top teams in the Nationaland etry.Miss
The decoration
space. He made an open American Continued From Page Five received by Shore Sigrid Moe, the instructor,
field run for the leagues competing. Patrolman Calcagni for rescuinga
pros. holds the B.A. degree from St.Olal's .
Unbeaten A & R is favored. teer watch will the
"Pro football has to expand to supervise use drowning person at Jacksonville
College and the M.A. degree -
The regular season ended of the and will
it.
smaller leagues and smaller cities room secure Beach was a letter of commendation -
where it is not with A & R winning the pennant 3. Read the rules for using the ; with ribbon, awarded by Sec- from the University of Chi-
presently entrenched She has
completed three
iJ ," Mahan said "but In the National league. machine before attempting to play retary of the Navy James Forres- cago.
VPB placed second> 0 & G, Dis. years of graduate work beyondher
any records. Observe the rules for .
I think It outdrawthe
eventually can pensary and Personnel tied for Master's degree at Loyola
Its use at all times. --ii I
college game. third. In an extra game to de- tal.U. University, University of Chicagoand
"t "Pro baseball ruined the college cide which would get In the 4. Read and observe rules for S. Has Lot War, University of Indiana.
game and already in the large playoffs, Personnel laced Dispensary handling records. Classes in this course will be
cities pro football is the big thing. 6-0, on a pass from 5. Do not play dance records in Jap Radio SaysPHILIPPINES Mondays and Wednesdays from
:.t t The pros play a more interesting Harper to Bullock. 0 G drew this room (CNS-A Jap 8:40: to 10 p. m.

U '. } game. The pros do things better. a bye 6. You may bring your own records broadcast recorded by the United --ii I I
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: 1' They ought to be superior for they In the American league, VF4 and play them, but take them Press shortly after the U. S. Fleet's 20 laps Die At WellPHILIPPINES
'. -.ri'_ have played three years of varsity Ordnance finished first. Seaman with you when leaving until a rout of the Japanese Navy in (CNS) An

college football and only the Guard and VF4 knotted for second place has been provided for them. these waters, had a pithy com- American sergeant set up a ma

.'.." (i' best are chosen by the commercial and fourth went to Boathouse. 7. Be courteous and quiet. Do ment to make on the great naval chine-gun commanding a well on
,I : teams." Thus the playoffs involve A & R, not be aelflsh in the selection of battle. Leyte Island. One by one Japanese
U ;' That's all, mates, there ain't no Personnel. VPB, 0 A G, VF4 Ord- records. "One thing is now clear," the came up to get water and
: :4.k.. more; except to bid Comdr. Eddie nance, VF4, Seaman Guard and 8. Remember-this room Is your broadcast stated. "America has were killed. In two days, the ser-
,8' :Mahan bon voyage. the Boathouse. privilege-do not abuse It lost the war." geant accounted for 20 Japs.
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Civilian Employees News Gun Shots

j Editorial Offices PROP I From Shop Number Fifteen Ordnance

Personnel Relations Office, Bldg. 13 \ .
j" Telephone Extension 8835 By It. oagnon

The Civilian Employees' News, a two-page section of the Jax Air Wedding Bells Will Soon Ring
News of Naval Air Station's : Out Again!!II!
ia devoted to reporting the news the r UPPt.v
Civilian Employees and Is sponsored by. thePmpioyeea' IA' Just when you think the "love- ; .
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bug" has fallen asleep-Instead he
Association for Civil Service PmpluyeeaOfficers : ....... -.--' "
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SALLIES
William, O. Kincald. President Phillip D. Myers, Treasurer By PrUiy Glenn our Bouquets shop and wishes of luck are
Polly Vetter, Secretary We had Huskey with us in the n
extended to the happy couplestobe -
: Directors office on night shift two days
: Madge Belle Isle ACW and
o George H. Martin Mell C. Jackson last week. He says he likes han
James AMO E.
Sheppard, Snpr.;
Frank H. McKinley Donald A. Wood gars. Well good!
..j Phillip D. Myers Kenneth M. McDuffie Little Lane has just left for Langford. Ordnance Inspector, and
his lovely bride-to-be from home. By Anna M. Conrad
Daniel R. Whiddon William O. Kincaiii Mess Cook duty. He's on for three
Vetter This bit of news has hit a bull'seye (Pinch-hitting for Llsette
Polly months-so we hope he likes it. Temple)
and with a bang- so we shall
News Reporting Staff Will somebody please bring a With "Supply's" latest programof
start on a new tarJ"et.There .
Assembly and Repair: can-opener? You ought to see in receiving and issuing materials
to be
Maintenance ....__..._...-......_.._.._..............._......Walter Riviere the substitutes that Mach. Rich- seems something on a record basis, together with
the smiles of L B. Hendrix andP.
Accessories W. T. Martin Frances Hanchey Mary Markham ardson uses to open cans with at the extensive educational ached

Metal and Machine..............?Delma E. Register "Slim" Tyler chowtime.It McClure. After a bit of prob- ales, and the indoctrination of new
both aides I found "this
I Engine Overhaul .........................................................Lillian Lindsay seems so funny for the peo- ing on recruits among our midst comes
sunshine" due to
I Progress ............._.________.._..._.........Tom Quinn ple who are on night-shift to wave happy was a the sudden realization that time

I Aircraft Overhaul .,._.._.______..__..__.....Amelia Drawdy goodbye to the day-shift people. contest they have on. It all started has passed without your "pinch-

1 I Interim Overhaul.Production ._...___oo ._..___...__.....Laura Adams Guess I'll get used to It soon a few happy weeks ago when hitter's" having "Juggled her jin-

fv Eng. ..._......__..__._._........_....Don Ragin enough though because I'll be on the announcement was made gles"!

I Production Eng. ....._........_..................?...........................J. H Silver I too before long. proud fathers they are! Now con- However, it may be of interestto

IVb Employees ...______..._._._...__.._.....Adeline Jocis You Just don't know what funnyis ditions have changed. Both girls our readers to know that"Sup.
gaining weight and teething
:! Inspection and Survey: until you see our messenger'snew are ply" HIT THE TOP this past

t Aircraft Overhaul __.._.__.._.._.._._.._..Muriel E Mitchell hair-do. Doris has threatenedto soon. Which gal will have the first week in unloading her cars, and
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Supply Dept. _._..._.._..__.__.....___...._....._...............Ruth Love either divorce him or to shaveit tooth first.Which Something gal will to say look"daddy" forward practically "sky-rocketing" material .

{ A. & R. Depts Ruth C. Ralsch Ora L. Dixon Priscilla Glenn all off Then this person whom to. But-who will win is the to Station activities, and if

Sara Verner R. Gagnon Edna Hammer she calls "my man Harold" would we still have it, someone just
question. Near future will tell the
Catherine Cleveland really look cute, wouldn't he didn't "come and get it!"
tale and the winnah'!!
Public Work Dept _.?...........Ethel Shanahan Barbara Faulkner Doris was sick for several days, "Welcome back" to Annie{ At the same time we have had

Ethel Mathews Carolina Howell and Harold was off one day dur- Smith, who has been ill for a longtime an interesting series of lectureson
ing that time. Of course we needed "
Louise Abraham "SUPERVISION
She now brightens up the as conducted -
Supply Department...___..................................,.........._...Llsette Temple a messenger so guess who we Progress Department with her gay by Mr. Ray V. Sowers Director -
had Harold Herbert!
.- We thoughthe
Duval
sunshine. County Board of Public

was on Compartment Cleaningfor Hello to C. Bartlett Instruction, Jacksonville, Florida.
recoveringat
Inspection And Survey Department good! Was good to see him. home after a major operation Those who have had the privilegeof
Pete Delgado has 21 days' leave
Hope to see you wits: us shortly, "meeting and dealing with people' .
-the lucky jerk! Naturally he'sgoing
Metal Machines & Accessories Div. to Sunnyvale California. Bart. We miss you! have derived untold benefits

Speedy recoveries to: Nana L. from Mr. Sowers' lectures, which
Ruth C. Ralih, Reporter Why Pete, you'll almost be a Cook and Freda McClendon. have been accompanied b y

Or Training Department I Engine Overhaul so stranger long. to us after staying away Bang! Bang! The Bull's Eye "screened' versions of good and

I am so happy to announce to We again and again Production is I bad supervision. Those, who were
have
you that our division has at last Uy L. Lindsay hofer, S2c. When a new I asked man-what Anger-he our goal. I a part of the meetings, had a

secured a nice and permanent location j We have been absent from your was like I was told that he's an To all fellow workers of our chance to discuss problems which

for our training depart- pages for a few weeks but we "allright sort of a fellow." I was department from your supervisor often ployeea.arise

ment. The men in charge, as you I hope to be with you each week also informed that he's the quiet R. C. Copeland comes the word,
remember, being Mr. Streeter and from now on. type. I "It has been a long and tedious I that the program will prove of

Mr. Pascal. They are really i And by the way, how many of Sally Ma riot tl has put in for task to hit our goal in Production great value in the Supply Department

pleaded with the office. I heard you have noticed our "Keep 'EmZ.'ylng" overseas duty. We've been tryingto With the work that is being ..

about it and just had to go down Production Clock the persuade her not to do it. but done by each and every one of I Lastly but of great importance,

t and see them. The two of them last few days. Time is fleeing then you know how hardheadedshe you it's no wonder we hit that is the fact that "Supply" has

were really beaming and why Tojo's hand is slipping and he is is. goal. Let's keep up this excel- played a major part in the recruit.

14 af14 uIdn't they* They have two about to have a sly gtin Let's Evelyn Schultz is tickled to lent work and do it again and ing of employees for the entire

lovely rooms--namely 122B &: C get on the ball-a little help here death over having her husband again" Station From the looks of things,

{ on the northeast balcony of Minor and there--will produce. those ten with her. She says "He's a good Sure- does make us guys and our folks must have quite a "101

Overhaul. There will be, beside engines a day-let s go! catch." Maybe so Evelyn maybe I gals feel proud to hear this. Be- lowing" of friends, and we understand

the present precision instrument Well after one week of nightshift so fore we know it our new enlarged that the job isn't ft"t.'fMd

Mid blueprint reading class, advanced everyone seems to have gotten We said our last goodbyes to I shop will be ready and then watchus yet!

classes inhe study of j I settled down and in the Jack Campbell, who was shippedout go. NO! NO JOB IS FINISHED in

Engine Theory, Aero-dynamics i i, "swing" of things. Contrary to last week. When the transfer Ammunition is running "pretty "Supply" because in all our bustling .

and Stress Analysis. These classesare I opinion we suffered no drop in i yeoman from Main Station Personnel low" for now so I bid each of we don't lose sight of the

not compulsory but will b* production during the transition I called him we knew why you adieu and happy glory in the. fact that almost all of us have

available to all inspectors in all :(, period. As a matter of fact ourI and started telling him goodbye end for your. effort See .you. someone "out there" who dependson
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us "keep the wheels turning
going to include movies, blackboard However there was a noticeable Mr. Clark better I Mr St. Petery is on leave because "
you'd stop be- I so he or she can COMEBACK
L demonstrations and lectures. I decrease in Sunday School attendance ing sick-that Is. without askingme of illness: hope he will soon HOME!
be back on the job. Two more
Books will be obtained from I due to the smallness of the first. I didn't tell that
I you SO. REMEMBER!
U 1to time in order to build a I. retiring hour for the Swing Shift could be sick this time. I members of the Inspection Depart. Unload
you those cars! Stock thane wing!
library which will be available to the first I ment are out-Mr. Franz is on *
Saturday night. Well next week I'll be on night Say AAR I Is
all inspectors Now from the train- I "Have You Recruited a FriendCampaigning" shift, so I'll be able to tell you : leave visiting his daughter who Take those s>tu-I: from Staff Supply
is ill We hope we'll soon hear ISteUE-and start 'hauling'followUp !
I wish
ing department to present is on!! Get your what is happening there too. So, for Cecil *1eld-
to you some questions that you of some good news concerning his Priority "l..ee"-
supply cards from your until next week at this same time, to
will enjoy, I hope, thinking of and I Supervisor and see how many I wish you all a gxxxi day. daughter G. W Haskell S2c, is Ot for that next' load off the ramp
on leave-he was singing "South NAOTC!
trying to answer. Watch next i iweek'J
"boots" you can recruit for your "Squawk box" blasting* How's the
issue of this paper for the division Time is precious and man Carolina Here I Come" last Wed- stock on bolt and nuts and scirwsTT*
I nesday when he left. Glad to see Squadrons
answers: I hours are needed. Don't let the INSIDE OF I AGROUND' calling PLANK'S!
e : Jewel Smith sitting at her little
1. Whit li the meaning of M E. P. '
boys down-Keep 'Em Flying!!! There Isn t time to lose!
2. What I III combustion:: desk now after being out several NATS Just -
Have noticed quite a few Corporals came in with a loal1or
3. What three purpose does the propeller weeks because of her father's illness NATTC-:
serve' : Sergeants and even a PUBLIC Rush and Issue-that's the stuff! .,
We are glad to hear that .
4. Which burns more rapidly high or
Skipper on deck the past few days. Its marked PRIORITY!
low test gasoline: : her father is much better '
now. '
Call
I With the new and black long distance-- h.I.I !-
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yellow
5 What U the of two park
purpose
WORKS Say, Mr. Loveland is wondering ORDER! RUSH'!-They flew' U!
t plugs pi cylinder bands on their arms it should be a
what's Here the part you ordered ilrt r :
6. What doe the vertical happening to the missing
purpose time-saver in reaching the party You see, air. we CAN: DO JTIf!!

fin 7.s-r\e What U the purpose o( the aileron I I I you wish to see and time is all- By Ethel )(. Shanahan Time Pete Sheets Office that *are" sent You aren't up to Yes. If* "all .a day"'In. ole' Supply .

*? Important. Every minute savedis Now that election is and Cap's W e've only just-ln
over Pete' .
8 What U the purpose of the Flap are you, T 7 Til tun1S e
that much closer to our goal the fur has prove NO FINISHED
9 What type of load U the rivet declined I stoppedflying from VL here -
to ? Victory for all.
carry I the heated political debates we 'TIl someone
an 1)4. Name ropUne"Ani flue trees which act upon Charlie Hart one of the many can settle down for the fall It I I Instrument V\KLL say DONE!"
1' I real go-getters of Engine Overhaul is ShopA
just the
>i>*rs to latt week's question proverbial pre-holiday
; I 1. The amount of fuel and air mixture has Just received a citation lull! As an added bit to our seemingly

't''t'I drawn Into a cylinder\ In propor- for 1.000 hours of faithful servicein Our congratulations to our Pub Shift "boastful," but, HONEST
tl >n l i.i the piston displacement. the I ( )
Coast Guard
: 2. T> maintain a sea level atmos- Auxiliary Unit. lic Works Officer, who is now feeling above, we offer this contribution .
I pliTli pressure up to a critical altitude We of Engine Overhaul are proud Commander Thouren which is deemed worthyof
1 la order that proper vaporization I: of you Charlie -AVith a few more Audrey Womble a visit tome Ky Catherine Cleveland much praise-
! of the fuel mixture take plate to paid ..
pie- like .L The Gyro saddened
we can beat that 10 Shop was by
vent any possible back-firing and stoppage I you ..a. uuuaing ana spent the "PERFECT PEACE"By
of the engine on the takeoff.i i engine a dav sroal. day there gathering historical data the loss of one of its finest workmen HAKOUI Drucrrr

i 4. The breaker points are open I I see in wandering around that j for the Naval Air Gunners' School. Claude N Shanck who passed Stock Control Unit No 6
5. To balance out or trim the plane
in proportion to the load. I Charlie Martin, of Teat Cell, -is It was nice to have even so shorta away suddenly following a The Ieorf.,mind

fi. The oil pressure gage Continued on Page Nine glimpse of the gracious and heart attack Monday morning. The' rlendV :
7. A wing with external bracing, ---- With his quiet friendliness and a \ III bring one toy ft'

all 8.tracing Overcoming; being the Inside forte the wing.of gravity New Yolk welcome back Priest. popular Mrs. Juanita Audrey. Selecky, formerlyof smiling word for everyone, he will To unknown end. 'f!:

\ pine times I Ir Sorry that the following have the Maintenance Time Office, surely be remembered by his host The thing you do-
r !a At full throttle and minimum H. P.I I had to be out on account of sickness who of friends Funeral services were The thing you say-
-
went to Tennessee
a 22:;\ H. P. engine will consume ap- I with her May bring one Joy
i r> nlmately two hundred gallon of and hope they will soon be husband has returned and again held Monday night, and his body Oi gloom today ;

fuel. per alright Mr Fowler, Mr. Welgler, joined Mr. Crevasse's Welcome was sent to York, Pennsylvania, '
staff
V. eI"dt'h of the wing from the Mr Still and Marjorie Sutton. his home before coming to Jacksonville So choose your words .:
Imvlinf edge to the trailing\ edge. the back. With utmost care;
mean chord being the average width I The boys have told me they U. S Coast Guard Reserve (T) thirty years ago. Solve not to hurt ;.
over allOur have acquired a new barracks, of the Port Security force of Jack We extend our deepest and sin- Uut. JOYS to share r
cerest sympathy to Sara M. Can- }
Building No. 930.
aonvllle, gave a banquet and danceat The Supreme Comnunl. .
I deepest sympathy is extended "fclad to hear that :Mrs. J. A. the Mayflower on November trell and her family on the loss of From One above. fN.

t to Ray Harkins in his recent Morris will soon be able to returnto 2nd. A large her little four year old grandson, I* GIVE YOUR nEST '
representative gathering YOUR ALL .
LOVE
bereavement. Jacksonville. She is the wife I from Public Works and else. who died early Friday morning. YOUR, ;

'j We extend heartiest welcome to of one of our Senior Inspectorsin where on the Station was in evi Jimmy Pittman, AMM2c\ of the Shanosk, and Gladys Malphura. yj

\ I tb> following people: Miss Betty Aircraft Overhaul. :Mrs Mor- dence. Print Shop, who has become a familiar Instrument Shop H Shift) '.1

Lee, from Birmingham, Alabama ris has been very sick having to The Contract Section !is happy figure In the Gyro Room be- By :Mary :Markham
who U located in the Electrical have dental cause of his wife Helen, was trans- We have been
I a operation in Washington to have Lleut. Armbrust back in having a lot of
; Shop: Mr+ H T. Wilcox who has ferred to San Diego, California sailors
( D. C. his office again after a short leaving for other parts, and
resided in Jacksonville 1903 I Sure stay pending sea duty. We all join in a lot of "
since glad that A B Young in the hospital. We were also gladto I "wishing them luck. But
is ia Shop No. 27. E E. Huskey wishing him the best of luck. Al- the "Ole'
I man, AMMlc in Shop No. 26 hear from Joe Jackson the Seadogs" would really ,
I S2c, is temporarily assisting in escaped more serious injuries other day. He has arrived "some- though they knew when they married rather we wouldn't wish them luck

I lj t clerical duties in Aircraft Overhaul when the motorcycle on which he where overseas" safely and la six weeks ago that Jimmy was because it la supposed to be a bad
,e Office Mr. Bruce Weldon is leaving soon we are all impressed omen.
;
was
riding got out of control. "carrying on" in
true Navy Traditions
in C 02 Shop No 14; P. A. Groves Joe Hinson Jr., has returnedto Say all folks who- by the sweetest bravery they both On the sick list this week:
you have shown
at this
Sic, from Altus, Oklahoma is in Camp Perry. Va., after a pleas- would like to make your wishes separation. Ophelia Wilson Ann Bracewell,
are of them!
the Electrical Shop: It. J. DeacaroAMMlc. ant leave with his folks Fine come true, just come over to the The proud Horizon Line Feathering Brant and Bill Martin. A

who will be in Aircraft looking boy and we wish him best Contract Section SK3c Hollie ona H. Mach who welcomes Le- Mabel 1 Griffin fell and sprained her

,. Overhaul and A. N. Quaglia, AM luck always. Ware has a little Buddha on her first time joined New us for the arm-the one we need so much. We

2c, who will be down in Interim Esther Dodge has returned from desk, and all you have to do is Pressure Monday., Optical and employeesin Electrical wish them all a speedy recovery

Overhaul: J. M. Priesthoff, AMM her I leave In Streeter. III. Esther make a wish and rub the Buddha Sections Eunice Instructor Howard Kelly AMM

to, of Kohomo, Indiana, just returned really has a twinkle in her eye. So and it comes true. Honest it does! Wilson, Nadine: Smith Burrow Wilma, Fell-Iona Ic, was proudly showing his brother ';,

from magnuflux school in ,glad she had such a nice leave. Ia the Inspection Department ner, Jean Patten, Adkirw, Viola around, and the Army shop Flight this week.Instructor, _.';


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CIVILIAN '
jl\X' AIR NEWS NEWS Page Nike


Here's Chance To Grab



I Good Xmas Present And avE YOUfEceUITED



r Give Aid To War Drive "

-- Continued From rage One

flee. Persons with mechanical and .
Statement
electrical experience are most urgently From '
needed he said but house ':

wives girls and men who can be Comdr. ThourenI fRIEND ?

trained while being paid for such wish to add my urgent request
work also will be
employed in to those of Captain Cloukey of the ,
large numbers. Among the varietyof Assembly and Repair Departmentand

positions now open are many Captain I'atten of the Supply
that can be filled by office girls; Department In urging all Civilian ; ,

by men not now in essential jobs; employees of thin Naval Air Sta-
and by people who have had no tion to join In this all-Important

business experience. campaign to find more civilian
RULES FOU THE $800.00 workers. --

WAR BOND CONTESTI. The workers can and must be

CONTESTANTS- found-there are thousands In the {i '

Contestants may be civilian or Jacksonville area who are not now ;

naval personnel who are attachedto employed or who are in unessential -

the Naval Air Station or its jobs. It Is only a matter of our

auxiliary stations. looking for them and referring

Excluded as contestants are per- them to this Station.If .

sonnel who have been assigned to the Public Works Department

direct recruiting and employees of along with other Departments I Is

the Naval Air Station Employ to I perform the big job that lies

C ment Office or other sections of ahead the new workers must be

the Personnel Relations Division. obtained. Let us all take an active
ii. PHIZES Interest and do our share

The First. Price-A $200.00 War EARL II. TIIOUREN,
Bond. Commander USNK

2 Second Prizes-Each a $50.00 Public Works Officer."
War Bond. -

20 Third Prizes-Each a $25.00
War Bond.II. MY DAY NAVAL AIRSTATION

CONTEST RULES _
(There* lomeone In the AJmlnlaIratlon -
1. Winners will be those who refer Building known la (Dolly who.
the greatest number of applicants 'tie ,aid, I la often aeen wandering about _
to the Naval Air Station the corridor various officer ete. The
other day It was aucjKeiited that the
Employment Office Main Gate write a letter detailing her dutlei I at 4r+
providing these applicants become the !!Station and here's her ."a"..,) :

bona fide employees of the Naval
Air Station. Ily. Dolly

2. A bona fide new employee is To begin with I begin work at
who enters 8.00: A. M. every morning ex-
one on duty during the
period from 27 October 1944, the cepting Sundays. If I don't have I -

official starting date of the con anything in my box to start off I' -

test and the closing date of 29 with, I may practice my typingor
..
I'll try to find something else .
1945
January and who is in a
duty status on the closing date I to do, in other words If there .i FIT76 ,eAlJt i
any other kind of work to be
of the contest. *fo former employee I .
.
.J .An
I done ,.
in the office I do that. Most -
of Naval
the Air Station ,
'ot the time when I have -
my own
whose date of termination of employment a
------
work caught up with, I do the incoming -
is subsequent to 27 October -
mail log to help Hazel Final Installment
1944 will count as a bona News From The
out but have that
now we all
fide
new employee.
caught up with so I can't do that Definite Change Is MadeIn
3. To count for a contestant the
anymore. Through the course of
Electric
new employee must personally
prevent ShopGeorge
the the file clerk
morning gets a I
an official Introduction Card
lot of routing slips back that I Submission Of Income
signed by the contestant. These
have to pull copies from and put Massey is back on the
cards may be obtained from your job again after a week's leave.
them on the original board. I file '
immediate supervisor. Introduction various memos like the P.O.D. Tax Report For Year 44A Congratulations George we are
cards will be accepted by the Station Memos, etc. Then I do I glad to hear that yofr have becomea

Employment Office up to 1700 on the outgoing mail log which real Thirty-Second Degree Mason.
been
definite change has madein
20 January 1945 which is the ly doesn't take very long except the submission of income tax on the copy W-2"or from the data, We regret to hear that John

closing) date for receipt of cards. when the Captain has been havinga returns effective on the return for shown on the standard long form Noone AMM2c, will soon be ship.

4. To qualify for any of the lot of mail that he has to sign. the calendar year 1944. Formerly return, whichever is submitted the ping out. He has been our Inspector -
prizes a contestant must have at for almost two and be-
Lately I have had more logging to the Station-furnished each employee Internal Revenue Department will years
least three bona fide new employees ing as kind and cooperative as he
do. He must be kept pretty busy. with a Form W-2 showingthe determine if the tax withheld by
to his credit. I out the Com- the sufficient meet is we will all miss him. Don't forget
get
Every Tuesday earnings and withholding tax employer is to
5. Ties will be resolved by split John, we are all pulling for
mercial Bulletin and during the deductions for the From this the tax requirements. Tax bills
ting the prizes for the tied positions year. you so lots of luck In the future.
week thousands of people call me the employee made his or her Income will be prepared and forwardedby
among the tying contestants. up to have ads put in it. That tax return- on the long or the Internal Revenue Depart Lionel Murry has been on sick
6. All decisions of the Contest leave with a bad We miss
eye.
you
keeps me jumping up and down at short form. The new Form W-2, ment to those employees having
and wish
Committee will be final. Lionel a speedy recovery -
you
the telephone. Today, for instance, Exhibit A, which will be givento insufficient withholding tax to .
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at least ten people have called. the employees prior to January their credit. In cases where the
We're to lose
Box-
ProductionEngineering When I get all this done I then 31, 1945 may be submitted by withholding tax has been In excess tet who sorry resigned last Harvey week.

go digging in Mr. Kincaid's box employees earning under $5,000.00in of the amount required the C02 Shop X o. 14
course he does have a lot of worth- place of the income tax return Internal Revenue Department will :
less stuff that doesn't mean any previously used. The revised W-2 prepare refunds and forward We welcome two newcomers to
thing and can be thrown away. checks to the employees.Last our shop: Mrs. Willie Nell Sheffield -

Naturally, I have to stop and ask but not least, be sure you and Ellis Calhoun. We are
CorrectionDue I
By J. If. Silver somebody to make sure it is all I fill out the Form W-4 when it is glad to have Mr. Patterson backon

Here it Is time to write another right to throw it away. I have to given to you as failure to comply A Shift but he worked so longon

column and as last week, there is make about three different columns to a typographical error with this requirement tAll necessitate "B" Shift that it's nearly 1630

very little news to write about. for all the different papersto the following quotation In last withholding the fuU tax before he gets fully awake.

Tho the air Is full of election go into. Then when I get them week's Issue was In error. "A (approximately 20%) on gross
news you read about that in the all sorted out I have to take the married man with a wife and earnings without' any credit for Jack a dull boy (also Jills). Why

dally paper, so I won't put any ones that are to be logged and two dependent children will dependents not join the Fishing Club today.

thing about It here. Nevertheless put file numbers on them. That therefore be entitled to a $200- I Tt -.- _- alw. "The Yanks are ever"-aU our
here are a few items I picked up. takes quite a while because you 000 annual exemption." This sympathy goes to little Jimmie
Miss little to the statement should have read as Hollingsworth, who suffered all
Jerry Lasseter, our have to be sure put right Engine Overhaul
sweetheart of the Lab, lost her pet file number on them and when follows: A married man with a the pangs of despair at having a

"Oscar" when he died of old age I'm not exactly sure which file wife and two dependent children Continued' From Page Eight monstrous wisdom tooth yankedout
or heart-break or whatever. Any number is to go on one of themI will therefore be entitled to a this week.
annual sporting a three-stripe band. More Evelyn Gorham, "Corky" to us,
way Jerry is bearing up as well always ask Wilmoth and she can $2000.00 exemption.will
power to you, Martin. You can'tkeep in 44C is getting married to one
I
The
as she can. We of P.E. are at your usually tell me. things
side. Jerry; let us know if we don't know where to put I leavein be given to the employee in a good man down. I wonder of our sailor boys by the name of

can do anything. Maybe some day Mr. Kincaid's basket until someone duplicate. He will fill it out, signit what power there Is In the name "Stranes" but we can see it Is
take them where they and forward the original to the Charlie. not a "strain" for him to chooseour
to
soon you will find someone can put "
should Collector of Internal Revenue retaining Everything Is getting so spick own "Corky.
place. go.
the for himself. It and around No. 06. How Yum, the swing shift of
c t Lieut. Scarlett of P.E.. who A lot of times, Jackie has some copy span yun>
will not be to make about other departments taking 44P practically drooling at
are
works In Engine Overhaul has thing for me to do. I'm her' spe- necessary any
other return unless the notice. the mouth. Neal Drake has
been showing pictures which he cial messenger and I have helpedher employee
and the recent bride had taken on a lot. I check the plan of the desires to fill out the long form Don't you think our Wave promised them a "barbecue spare-
their honeymoon. Mrs. Scarlettis day for her and do some typingfor and submit it in place of the W-2. Guards look mighty militaristicand rib supper." Hurry up with those

a Wave officer and exceedingly her. Then Mr. Poston has a From the information furnished snappy on duty. spareribs Neal!! Eleanor Sterlinghas
All work and no play makes promised to bring the dills.
to be done about the
pretty. Congratulations for the lot of typing EXHIBIT A-(Cut of Form W-2)
second time, Lieut Scarlett.Mr. officers and then I have to go

Lamb of P.E., Is on leave across the hall and use the long form AV-2(He.,) WrriHIOLDING RECEIPT-1944
and we are sorry to say that It typewriter, this has a lot to do (A.S.Trvuonr ItOTMtt DiffMl *.H. =1 For Income Tax Withheld on Wage ORIC 'W.u.

is not a pleasant one due to the with numbers and that takes quite

; fact that his mother Jias Just a while. In filing there are more EMPLOYER BY WHOM PAID (Nan*and...-) T. EMPLOYEE This Withholding; Receipt nay1 belied u your income lu
passed away. We wish to expressour P's than anything else so I help return if your 1944 income meets the TEST below

deepest sympathies and re Dell put them together and if she A married coup may nine combined return. ',hi.Withholding Receipt,if their total)
grets. Is too rushed I file those for her : _m.meet the Ink Then uicomn should be combined an Linn I I.I,and J,and shown ,<
Mr. Sutler of P.E., has been while she Is mingthe rest of them.I I separately on Line 4. The Collector of'Internal Revenue till fipirt the In: on tuber the
tombiMd the hjcbmr
or teparatt income*, tt lo the tupepn'sdvanute' .
transferred to Radar-Radio although Then after I do all that if I LINE I Writ. 1.1.1.e ...... .ho_on thl. and all your
he Is still working for can't find anything else to do .t...r 144 Withhold;...IU.|>U(Form*/-*).... .......... h.._
Total J.Waffl iJ'.1>' Federal 11 income Taa wilhhcU LINE 1 If, u t. have Job -
P.E. Lots of luck to you in your maybe they a stapling calendar year 1944 ,or any.Uvid.nda or,.t.....,writ.louL... _
Job; I know will like your In the mailroom and I go help
new home.. you them do that. But there is always LINE 1 Add U....I and I. 'Wtlu total....... ..................
and all TOT If Line 2 it not over$100 AND Lint J ia Ira thin J5.000.you M this
to be done off on f s mar
Well'THE PARTY is gettingnear logging ...
I -- Withholding Rjceipl at your return frvtJtJ you Wn Incur*Mha( ikon tea,...
; Lindy and Jerry have all day long and I figure that when I tHuttnti.. doei not (Meet tbia. Form
we 1044
I absolutely can't find anything else EMPLOYEE TO WHOM PAID Print full nan*,.ddre.Social&surity No.) Lutz It U...J i..tnwd.ine..i. boos : .
the Information. Let's all get toO h hwUnd and ..............

gether and make this get-together to do, it would be perfectly all Inoomo hare f................| ...,.'. ....& .........._.._ _.
BIO-bigger than last time! right to write a letter or read a LINE lit ,... fit.d 144 Declaration ., Eatlmatad T..
little something until I can find (F.rm.....U),wnl.lot.l of o.Umaud...paioI. 4.............w
So long until next week when I Noy
hope to have more definite news something to do which I know Is .

.about the party. I will close with a lot better than running around STACK.WRITES .

the hope that I shall find a few I the halls, because I know if I stayIn
items of interest desk for the office where I can be foundI C
next week's column.on my I will stay out of trouble. Amen! 1'o EMPLOYEE Change lumo and add,.M if not corr.










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PRESENTS I IStiMin With 150 ( NpTTCen



Men Now EnrolledMore
p alatataaod4aastmrataoctnaa7: )

.... 1
I
r 'i1. $ tr' and more expansion is be
.
., ing made in the Seaman's Schoolas

A :!'I" I a result ofa recent BuPera jj

circular! letter requiring all men

,. going up for! a petty officer rate I Fw

I to have their Seaman First rate

Under the supervision of Lt I II f We have been reading In the

> I ijgi I Robert C. Phelan, seven newspapers of snow in Michigan

classes a day are now in progress and ice in Rhode Island, an
P" at the school w week NATTC experienced its first

touch of Fall. Reports had been
with I
xt I approXImately -
1 forthcoming from Washingtonthat

150 m..nl something was in the air but

enrolled In or- despite the tenseness that existedwe

der to give them did not go into "Condition 2."

At 1024, 9 November the winds began -
e n thoroughmst
to freshen, there was much
i ut'tum f o r
4 s buzzing around groups began to

r ; & the rate, tho t gather and out of it came a down

: length of tho pour of oak leaves. With nothing
14 ,
course has been a
around trees
except pine one might
42 Clifford A. .'hallt'IIIOl1c.: a student in Aviation Fire Control
extended to
r think at first glance that this is
I School: in :shown being congratulated by Captain J. II. Lynch,
: llaytvard working days.Lt. a freak of nature, but don't over
Commanding NATTC, after being awarded a Presidential Fnlt Citation -
(jg) Phelan In that W look the fact that have
at the we a nun
slated
times are "i
Jolly ,
101 in the South 'lrIe.
for hi* ser\lce with Bombing Squadron ( ,
when the practical! phase of the work her of capable lieutenants in t jh
NATTC auditorium tonight Y'I' Standing next: to Phaneuf is Lt. ... (i. Hanson, officer-ln-charge of
offered along with the command and the oak leaves that
the USO Camp show, "Jolly AFC School, who also Is a veteran" of the war In the .'adril't
into its routine in found in the book. we are talking about are shiny
Times,
goes right is Lt. Comilr. Rhodes, military training officer.Sailors ,
twin performances at 1800 and Men get personally acquaintedwith I gold ones and are now reposing on
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2000. ground tackle mooring procedure the collars of fifteen former lieu-

Advance publicity labels the and other phases of deck Want Wrist Watches/ Washing tenants. Should we add that by

free show as "plenty hep with seamanship at the bos'n's locker : I 2200 we were in "Condition 14."
which is of the school. They
smooth rhythmand part I
comedy,
sparkling amazing novelties moving get practical instruction aboard Machines Betty Grable For Christmas"More Ordinarily you couldn't hop

from start to finish in a Jive temp. power launches and the ferries operated I for anything better than a neat
at the Mainside. on theI,> yard line. However
calculated to leave no room
More attention is being given sleep." we have it from (.t, (jg) G E.Drach :.
for boredom. Another lad wanted two liberty
currently to than when a "Betty Grable." I that the preMlge of sucha
is gunnery chicago
One of the featured novelties cards while a third was for -I
stairatone' briefer course was offered. Sev- "Gold bars. seat has its dra"ha'k11
Saul Grauman and his duty All one student want-
eral days are devoted to this phaseof "Frilly underclothing." I could( do at the Florida-Creor-
revue in which a trio of pin-up I ed for Christmas was to graduate .
work. all the excellent requests count the
stairs Nope gin Itam.Va. peoplewho ,
dance upon musical from Radio School. Transfers and
girls tunes --s: above fell by the wayside In the walked In fruit of me, but
stomping out both popular I I honorable discharges were mentioned -
recent poll conducted (at Ship'sService I I understand it was a J'oodjtalnt"
classics. with requests for
and along
) by the NATTC Sectionof and from the yelling that
Other acts are Alfred Lotell. Pistol Shooting gas stamps, a bottle of Scotch
the Jax Air News among sail- went on there must have been
comedy; Marian Carle singer; I old spice (plug), and a $1,000,000 "
ors. Marines and WAVES at the some exciting: plays.
Nestor and Rollins, comedy impressions Champ At CenterBucking War Bond.
; The Le Shonnes, ball- I II Training Center as to what they One WAVE wants a "fuzzy
I desired from old St. Nick. NATTC has lost a well liked
room dancing; Lee Simmons come- up against a four-man I The fellows well decided animal for my room." while an- sailor in the person of A. Vec-
are pretty
dian; Paul La Varre and Brother pistol team that shoots an 1199 I as to what they want andit other desires (of all things chio S2c, who has left for Nor

comedy hand-balancing; Sherry out of a possible 1200 hasn't cooled tick-tock wrist. "food." folk. Vecchio was attached to the

McClelUn mirimbaphone: and the pistol shootin' ambitions of goes of the upon 75 sailors your and A touch of pathos was added In Welfare Department and played a

r' Harry Davis pianist and musical James A. Hart SKVSc. one little I Thirty-six Marines contacted listed a wrist- the request of a married sailor large part in putting on the U.S.O.

conductor. who wanted: "1discharge. 2-
bit.Hart watch their No. 1 choice. shows.
Sharing in the entertainment I who in civilian life couldbe I as I new house, 3-my wife and baby,
-
males think-
while the
spotlight for the week is the counted on for a 294 average in But were gasoline, 5--four new tires." The Marine football team must
about their the ferns'vote
showing of the highly rated motion any pistol-shooting competition I ing concerned arms their But we saved the best wish for be really hot. As a conditioner for
underpin-
picture. "For Whom the Bells has hopes of qualifying in marks- I the last--one that would be a the Ship's Company game last
Eleven of 25 WAVES hope-
Toll." This extra length techni- manship in the Navy as soon as I nings. I present to all of us "World week the team attended the Ma-
"hose" In the top spot.Editor's .
color production is scheduled for he can get to a qualifying range.In fully put I Peace." rine picnic and you should have
Note Those two
single performances Saturday and the meantime he's awaiting or- I i boys ---' seen the plates of food they tucked
weren'tthinking
Sunday at 1900. The film taken ders having just been graduatedfrom who listed about Betty arms.Grable) Concert Tickets away. Gosh you might have

from a be Se<'ond on the male hope| chestwas Tickets are on sale at the
Gary Cooper and Ingrid Bergman. School. worried because they were out
shaving kits with 22 nominations NATTC Welfare Department for
Pistol shooting despite his pro- weighed by Ship's Company -
followed hy 16 each forbens the Grace Moore concert on 23
ficiency at it. is just a sideline take it from us the Marines
and cigarettes, while November at the George Washington -
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picked plenty of weight at that
with the avia- 1-r'- up
strangely enough, that nice, auditorium in Jacksonville. feast.

tion storekeeper dirty old gift-money-was fifth The general admission price Is

who hails. with 15 votes. The boys also $2.40. with reserved seats at $3 Plans are reported to be under.

from Providence i wanted tailor ma R. I. At 's
e billfolds and randy with votesalso season at NATTC with name

home, he was a cast for |pipes l| lighters, I Christmas bands on hand, Christmas trees
teller the
in War Bonds and family pictures. scattered hither and yon. a swell

Providence for Institution Next to dressing; up their legs I Packages Early"Mail dinner, special! movies for children .

familiarly the WAVES wanted to dress up Christmas packages by and a few super stage shows.As .
Savings,

their faces. Ten of the 25 wantcosmetics.
plans we will tell
December first suggests Lt. progress
known in I I
'ttl. Then underwear enters
I that section as I (jg) James T. Jackson, mail officer you more; but at the moment we

t the "Old Stone J. A. Hart, the picture with nine pressed I at NATTC. "This will can say that Tony Pastor and his

Bank." Back in SKVSc closely by stationery eight. Bringing I help to relieve the already overburdened band are definitely set and also
I up the rear are such articles as the famous I All-Girl
Kyi Symphony
tl. the thirties he and a feu others post office system and
r gloves, pens, perfume, watches Orchestra.
II should insure arrival of such
organized several! pistol teams in I I
i 21.r books and money.Of .
Continued on Page Twelve gifts by the twenty-fifth..
I
-! -- i course leaves and furloughs I I Jackson adds. "It is most important We think well of the pin-up

r are plentifully mentioned in the I that'packages brought atmosphere which is taking shapeat
100 ballots but as Santa probablyisn't I the photograph counter atShip's
to the post office for mailingbe
WAVE
Is
'- Spence overburdened with them this I securely wrapped and the Service. Can we expect the

Ingrid Bergman I year they were more or less omitted names and addresses of the sales girls to show up some morn

Two other long h'J'\ '" are on Insurance OfficerIf from the count. sender and addressee be legibleand ing in shorts or evening dresses

the schedule Now Voyager.: a One of the more comical requests complete." after all they should maintain

re-play starring Bette Davis atIf.t5 you like most of us, are ina was for a washing machine. ------- the theme of the new setup.
fog when it comes to reading an --
and 2000 Monday and
insurance policy, or finding out
Creek" with Joan
"Frenchman's Cuts Another Cake
what Aunt Tillie would receive in
Fontaine at the same times on
case your parachute didn't open

WednesdayThe should immediately Ens. Ylw.n .
you see
...du..lule (at the NATTC
Frances Spence, new NATTTC insurance -
auditorium) :
officer Miss is
Spence:
Today, 1800, 2000. Jolly TimeUSOCamp "I*,
from the "Windy City" where she
Show.
was a life insurance underwriterShe
"'rhl..,., 1800. '1000, The :Man
received her indoctrination at
Half'Moon Street with Nil
In Smith, from there went to Sampson
+ r
Astlier and (lI"It'11'alkt'r. I I N, Y., and reported to NAT 1
1500.! For Whom ,
Saturday TC Jacksonville this
past Sep
I
the Hells toll with Gary Cooperand tember.

Ingrid Bergman I According to Ens. Spence she

Sunday Iroond how: To- is making a study of the pay a< F i '

morrow with Loretta Young, Susan counts of all personnel officer se

Hayward and Alan Ladd. I and enlisted, attached to this command 4
Sunday. 190O, For Whom the a 1
to determine among other .
Bells ToilMonday.. I things who is carrying national v 1
111.), 2000 Now I
service life Insurance how much
.
'
Voyager with llette Davis.Tue.dav : has it been converted etc "Pre .t. :
1800. OOO, Swing I : ;
liminary figures indicate slate -j. ,
Hostess with (Martha Tllton.Wednesday. I Miss Spence "that approximated Q'o

1715: 2000, ,
98
per cent of the personnel in Yt
Frenchman' C'reefc with Joan NATTC have in National
....t a policy

Fontaine._ _. I Life, but it appears that there
il -----
are many who are not cariying; 1

A high-ranking naval officer the full amount 10000. It i. t V

poked his head into the Middies these whom I want to see because

dressing room just before the for their good and the good ot :

second half kickoff of the Navy- their families they should be i ov i

Notre Dame game at Baltimore. I Bred by the maximum allowable

"Look let's win this: one" he From the point of view of cost the A +

Mid. I premiums compare most favorablywith ; A .

... "Hey. that's an order," said the cost of commercial companies -

Commander Oscar E. Hagberg and as everyone knows

coach alter the officer left. The National Life Insurance is an
Middles won 32-13. agency of the United States Gov- "Capt. .1. B. Lynch. NATTC Comaiuling Officer, right center, joined officers and men of the Marine

The officer was Adm. Ernest J. ernment. On the matter of con- Aviation Detachment last Friday when they celebrated the IGOth anniversary of the founding of the

King Commander-in-chief of the version there are many angles If. 8. Marine Corps. On 10 November, 1775, the Continental Congress' adopted a resolution founding

Is Lt. Col.V.. T. Evan, Commanding, M.A.U., wielding hU saber on the
U. S. Fleet and chief of naval which are well worth consider- I the Corps. Left center

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l ruler crash conditions, MiKlenU, of the new' Airplane& -(rash lire Rescue School and on the-pilot 1 --to protect him from the heat 91 the fire In the middle picture an

at :NATIC' demonstrate the new technique the NavMill use In fighting crash fires be seen the chemical foam used to another" the flames, as the fire fighter go Into
I In the picture on the left the first phase IN .shown, Crewmen approach the fire the second phase of the rescue In the picture on tile right, taken one and one-halt I

A behind streams of water tog which the_will direct along the fuselage"' of the pla-iie minute after the first picture was taken, All fire has In-en extinguished I
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a LaeaDccaccacaaaccccacc M. A. D. Ga I Chairman Actual Training CALLING ALLENTERTAINERS Many OfficersGet


m aa For Crash Fire Calling all hands who have entertainment I PromotionsDid

I ability, either amateur
RamblingsIlj I or professionalyou' ] have a chanceto I you notice the line] at the

: Fighting CrewsAnother go:: into your act and have a cigar counter at Ship's Service
ttI good time too. last wef'k'Ve tried to investigate -

fly 1'11I'lIowln : chapter is being wlit'j I| In an attempt to round up the but before we could Ret a
"Where >all a'goln', mister, and I ten into the brilliant training record .. wealth of "home talent at NAT story the line broke up and the)
who va aimm' to ace ?", were the. of NATechTraCen here at TC, the Welfare] Department has officers in the group hurried into)

first words Sgt William Pennington I .)8'ksoO\'il\e\ 1, opened a Rehearsal Room in the I the Officers' Shop. There we .b-
heard when he arrived at hn The Navy has established a new new auditorium where prospective served that shoulder boards and

mountain home in the hills of school the Airplane] Crash File musicians. singers magicians collar devices were in big demand. .

West Virginia, on his first leave Rescue School, for the training of mimics. etc., can be auditioned Our curiosity at this point had

from the Marine Corps men in the latest technique of i I The room also is available for been settled, more stripes would
This husky!' Marine cook was saving pilots from crashed and those who have undeveloped talent be seen at N A TTC.
mistaken f6r 'revenuer' as he burning airplanes Fire is thegreatest and experienced members of The new two and one-half]
dashed up the hill to his mountain hazard confronting a disabled 'the Welfare Department are on stripers are R. VV. Simpson" Jr.,

home and found himself' looking > or unconscious pilot, and hand to lend instructional aid aide to the commanding officer;
into the business'' end of a fortv many have been lost because they I I Musical] instruments will be provided A. C Kreutzer and E A. Howell

five, with a tough looking 'hill I could not be reached by rescuers I plus other entertainment assistants to the executive officer -
hill)" asking the questions After due to the terrific heat of burning equipment. A file of popular music T A, Raulson] personnel officer
the moonshiner guard held him fuel I is on hand in addition to capable : S. I, French legal officer;
at bay for a few moments, until \ tt1 Under the direction of Lieut arrangersUere H T. Peters Jr, watch officer ; ..

he could prove that he was one ofthe I J. J{. Kelly. officer in charge:: of in search of talent for K. W. Rudd, assistant for discipline !-
Semper Fidelia boys, he didn't ''9 the (school a new crash fire fighting shows on the station and at USO : J. P. Burke, assistant military

date move a hair technique has been evolved Clubs] in town," stated Lieut Ijgl j > training officer, A O O.
Bill spent his boyhood roamingthe 'I which promises to eliminate the Duke Sutherland of the Welfare School]; J. M. Moore, permanent
hills of West Virginia. hunting Plans have been completed for danger to the pilot from fire in Department The performers will officer of the day; R. W Peeks'

fishing' and helping with the I NATTC participation in the National the majority of plane crashes. I be doing:: a fine job in entertainingthe public relations<< officer; C H.
mconshminp on the side For War Fund and Community I I Two specially equipped trucks fellows and the will enjoyit; Schmitt welfare officer: C. W.

their Satuiday night entertainment I War Chest campaign which got:: are used, each having a crew of too, We may make several] short Kuvkendall, Unit 2 officer, A, E.
under here \\'ednesda'The M School; H W Chandler tabulating -
wav I at least five trained men One trips to put on shows at other
campaign will continue through ': truck throws a high pressure wa- stations"' and records officer, technical -
30 November Chaplain J. H Harper ter fog that keeps' the cockpit and All interested parties should report training; A, B Bennett officerin

announced He i is in chargeof pilot cool, and is supplemented] bv to Charles L McGaughe, charge, A. O O School and .
r the Center's drive A War the second truck throwing a fire S2c in the Rehearsal" ] Room, which L, H. Goebel 1. assistant unit officer -
,, I Chest has been placed in front of smothering chemical foam Both is located on the south side of the A, E. }.f. School
Ship Service for loose change, 1 fog and foam ate directed bycrewmen auditorium McGaughe, who is G H. Cooley, attached to technical -

fJOi and boxes have been placed in the who are able to clo plv assisting in the program. is a well training and recognition instructor -
\\ lobby of the auditoiium Department approach the fire by wearing specially known vocalist in the East; and is now" bearing the weightof
heads will\ receive contributions constructed protective devices before entering the Navy he had two full stripes The responsibility -
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from officers and sCompany attached to carrying a stripe
i, I his own band, known as "The
x and student division officers I In actual tests under crash conditions Rhvjhmaires'" and a half fell upon the shouldersof I

IIIF J\c-: f : will accept gifts from other the crews now being ------ W, M. Ross, student progress
\ enlisted personnel Miss Sarah trained here have been able torescue the instruction of the students. officer at the Ordnance f T)

f x Powell, Building:: 0-A: will\ accept : the pilot and extinguishthe All of the men being trained At School A. T, Peterson, instructorIn

co .. I donations from civilian personnel fire of a burning plane in 1 the present' time are for) 'mem members the Fire Control) School: Otto
...-...:.:..:. -=:::;:i I 'Weve completed the organization one and one-half minutes from of municipal fire departments Schvab, Unit 3 Officer in the
From here on out it'sup the time the trucks with their and will leave here<< as instructors A. E. M School: T C. Swill,

< c- :? to officers, men, and civiliansto \ crews arrived at the scene of the on being graduated from assistant unit officer attached to
r meet the NATTC quota," Chaplain fire. the water fog bemg'plajed on the school the Automatic Pilot School and
r-- C Harper said. pilot and cockpit in forty-five(' I According to Lieut Kelly. who D W Larrick, instructor; In UE:

__ .r ,._ --- -":, seconds from the time of arrival was a member of the New' York Fire Control School Many, many
,> The special equipment being City Fire Department before joining congratulations!
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Bonds
the boys would rent a bam, IJnv, Buy War i used was designed' by C. M Root the Service, this is the only -- --- '-------

get;: the local fiddlers together and Or resident engineer with the Bureau school of its kind being operated<< New Red Cross
a barrel of their favorite "mountain I Hve, live Freedom of Aeronautics. who is aiding in bv the Nav'v. I Ii
dew" and trip the light fantastic 1- __ ---- -- i

til the wee hours of the 'Sailors March In Armistice Day Parade Director Here

morning.Fact We welcome aboard Mr Arthur
life such as
Is. Bill led a
F James, the new American Rfd
Mc-
and the
that of the Hatfields
Cross Field Director at NATTC',
mountain "
Coys those reckless bovs
Mr. V. R. Sheldon been
having
of 1880's. You couldn't ask for a
t detached ]last week to assume" !"iro-
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better chap than Bill but brother
where try stepping land.on his toes and see : : i port lIar posts at Municipal and May-

you
Mr James before entt'iiMg the/
Bill was born and raised In A M
Lincoln County. where he marriedhis Red Cross about two year ,<111;
was sales supervisor """ ;."
beautiful wife and has raiseda .1fI- '
for-
family of two He was in the
General Motorsi
attle business before he joinedhe ;
i i n Pittsburghand
Corps a little over a year ago prior to

that he was the
Coaches Pete Bellini and Chetlialiski
assistant to the
are mighty proud of then chancellor at
:Marine Air Raiders, with the
made while sluggingit r. v'A i4' A the Vmversitv
showing they of PittsburghI l .
out with the Ship's Comp tnfootballers \
)I r'ma:: '" mater
Now that AEM has *
along with Co- .
]lost a game;: the Marines have a yT : I'mverA, I'. WMOT.Inmlii Jamei I
chance to struggle,:: up to the leadInspired
"It' He -ceived his Red Px>?si I.
both ".
by the Marines iv
i 1.Hlt' uiiiition Washington VmWIMU *
day, the Marine Raiders wen hardto
in Washington, DC. |
hold down when they down..dShip's '
v Vr' l. mev' has served at A num- ,
Company last Friday to t the a I lo cf bases including] Fort Jack- ,*.. !
tune of 7.0. The linemen ]lookert ckP ; I
\ n C' : Fourth Service Com-
like a bunch of Mexican Jumr nj.: I'i '" "d Rehabilitation Center Co- I I
brans: when the ball was snapped
]?:r v .T, S. C.; Navy Pre-Flight I Ii
it was the first time any 'ot 1 h.Cl'OwcJ + '" [ S, ii-t i l I. Athens, Ga; and Hunter i
.has really seen the Si'! 11''
I l't'.l, Savannah, Ga. .
tie Corps" on ye aide foctnilitfielde "I !hope", said Mr James "that }(

the personnel' c* NATTC will con- :rt
So the Marine coaches arc .inking
tr.ui t to feel' free to call upon f
for the support of all you Ma- lie whenever they believe that we f

Tines to come out and cheer yourS can be of help It is our Job to Edo I

men on to_victory__ JLj ____ everything humanly possible to (
A unit from NATTC furnished the only Navy display' in the annual Armistice Day parade staged assist service men and women and a 'ifavorable j C CIt
"Now that the Gestapo is gone stand \\'ctlonnjth will be aim to maintain the
In JiMksomille last hatur la>', The sailors are shown ax they approached' the renewing on my t
we are afraid of no ont'v.*' Street The NATTl' land led the unit In the parade which took nearly an hour and a half impression<< of the Arn+J'I!I

are glad you're here and that the before ('al'taln J. If jrwh, Commanding NATTC', and other honored guests in the! reviewing ican Red Cross' which Mr Sheldon t
to |
war is nearly o\.t'r-G'nnan baker pas has established at NATTC." ? i
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NATTC Football "Lucky Bag"Here Wildcats And Marines Meet Friday In Il*\:


Crucial Tilt Salts-Radios Play Today ;<
is the official football "Lucky naff" contest blank. ; _
CHECK SELECTIONS IN ALL GAMES AND FILL' IN SCORESIN :T.

FIRST THREE GAMES. Place blanks In "Lucky Bag" boxes AEM's fighting Wildcats and the rampaging f:,

before gymnasium noon and Saturday.Public Boxes Relations are Office.at Ship's Service, auditorium, Alabama Dubose M. A D. will fight it out on the grid;field tomorrow after) p;(

noon in a game vital to the championship hopes of both clubs, '

Saturday, 18 November Winner Of BondBoxing while the cocktail on the week's menu will be served at 1715 p:,

Station Fliers Fourth Inf. today when the ARM-AOM Radio-waves tangle with the t{
and football, like picklesand Salts of Ship's Company. ;

______ Miss. State AlabamaRice ,ice cream, don't mix-in the The Radio-waves proved last ,.M J.
opinion of many sports experts. week that the Wildcats were not of the .
Texas A & M But Alabama Dubose, Sic, of the game year. Westphal also ;
Invincible and the
Raiders, who did a bang up job. -<
._- Texas Tex. Christian station to mix police them force- and, found to his a way ad scored over the Salts, can go intoa The payoff, however, was the f: .
first place tie by defeating AEM work of hard charging ARM-AOM: ;_r
Arkansas So. Methodist vantage.Dubose, who holds the light tomorrow. This tilt also starts at line Trompore, Hutton and Guard .' t ',-
1715 at the NATTC football field. Tokar turned in excellent Jobs for I bf
Auburn Georgia heavy and heavyweight boxing titles
.
However, the Marine eleven will the Radios. ,

._. Georgia Tech LSU the at NATTC NATTC, Football hit the Jackpotin "Lucky encounter plenty of trouble from In the M.A.D.-ShirVs Company
the "Big Team," which holds two clash the
Raiders
tallied the only :!
____ N. Carolina Yale Bag" contest last week, enlarging 7 to 6 verdicts over the Ballani- touchdown in the second period r. ,-
his fortune "
the
by sum of a $25>> Haliski
War Bond. gridders. and staged a gallant goal line
Dartmouth Cornell
Dubose's comparative accurate The Salts, bothered by the man_ stand hear the end of the game to

Navy Purdue predictions of the scores in the power shortage, also face a tough emerge with a 7-0 victory. ...
chore today against the Radiosa After an earlier drive had been .
first three stood him in .
games
_______ Notre Dame Northwestern good stead as he won out over a team that has developed into a halted by the Salts, the Marines .:
powerful outfit after a slow start.It picked up a Ship's Co. fumble 18 "
Brown Columbia flock of entries who had 12 win
ners on the 15-game card. Second' will be the rubber game be- yards away from the double stripes ;'

_____ Illinois Ohio State place went to Carl Weintraub, tween the two clubs, each having and went to town Fullback Ro-" .
scored a one-touchdown victory.In slnskl went over from the tw.t. '"
SpA)2c( ) Bks. 11, who received {
Kentucky W. Virginia $10 In War Stamps. Half of that last week's games, the yard line, fumbled as he crossed' .+.: '
amount was won by Joseph School eleven handed AEM Its the goal, and the ball bounded out 1} .
____ California So. California first defeat of the .
Schum, AEM3c, Bks. 15, who was season by a of the end zone for an automatic 7:
third. 12 to 6 count, while the Marines touchdown. Fullback Brown re* :
Signed (print) Winners, fourth through eighth, peppered the Salts, 7 to 0. placed Rosinski to boot the extra "t -,
The Radio-waves not
Barracks Billet. were Stan Ma jew ski, S2c, of Bks. only beat I point. u
16; Leo Waksymacholk, Sic, of the Wildcats, but they did it the Ship's Company rooters took ':;
Bks. 1; G. S. Obie, AOM3c, of Bks. hard way. The fighting School heart in the last couple of minutes ,.;'.
eleven scored on the first scrim- of the contest when Back .....'
CONTEST RULES 64; B. L. Carrubba, Sic, of Bks. .
'
1; and L. C. Barrlcelli, SpIlc) of mage play of the game, tallied Bllllngsley snatched an M.A.D. ,,;:
1-Contest is open to enlisted personnel at NATTC, ex the IBM Room, Bldg. 500 annex. again in the final quarter after pass on the Salts' 40 and racedto
elusively Each received $3.25 in War AEM had tied the score in the the Marines 12. Bllllngsley ""
:Z-All selections must be made on the official "Lucky Bag" Stamps. third period, and then withstood! a ran for six, another line play __. .
blank appearing: in the NATTC Section of the Jax Air News each last minute surge by the Wildcatsto gained one, a pass was incomplete [
week Blanks must be marked neatly and legibly come out on top 12 to 6. and then the Raiders held ron +
3-Entries must be placed in "Lucky Bag" boxes before noon The win provided sweet revenge fourth down to take over on w
each Saturday. Boxes are located at Ship's Service, the audi Week-End Grid MenuAt for Coach George Kebba's their own three yard line. "_
torium, the gymnasium, and the Public Relations Office, Room ( NATTC football field boys, who lost to the Wildcats, It was a tough break for HughSmith's ;--'
138, Bldg. 500 annex. ) 21 to 0, In the season's opener.On and Charlie Pethtel'ateam
Today, 1715: Schools Salts ;,
Contestants must check selections in all 15 games and must vs. the first play after running which was handicapped by
Friday, 1715 AEM: M.A.D. t If
predict scores for first three games. In case of ties, winners will MAINSIDE vs. the opening kickoff back to injuries plus a player shortage ,;.

determined by the most correct scores In the three games. Saturday, 1530, All-Station Filers their 15, the Radios stunned the However, the Raiders held the upper r.-
5-Tie games count as a loss unless the contestant picks the Ft. Wildcats with an 85-yard pass- hand most of the game. '
game as a tie. Winners will be published in the Air News. Opinionof vs. Mason Bennlng Fourth lateral good for six points. Rosinski bit off juick chunks of '
the judges is final. Prizes will be issued In thear Bond Infantry at Field Quarterback Hawks faded back dust from the MAD. bucking i.;.I'
Office in Bldg 500 annex upon publication of the names of win- and tossed a pass to End Hutton back position, while Halfback ;:.-
r ners. Only one entry is allowed for each contestant. Pistol Shooting who took It on the School's Scarpelli made several nice jaunts '(..
6-Eight prizes will be awarded weekly. First prize-$25 War 40, ran 20 yards and then lat- including a couple of 30-yarders. ,:.:.. .
Bond. 8e-cond-$10 In War Stamps. Third-$5: In War Stamps. Champ At CenterContinued eralled to Center Carano, who Billingsley sparked the Salts' of. ..,,;
Fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and elghth-$3.25 each in \\ar lumbtthe remaining distance fensive.
Stamps. From behind rood interference The --.-=. .,.I"e":
Contest sponsored by the NATTC Welfare Department. GET Page Ten extra point kick was no good.
YOUR ENTRY IN JsOW. the bank, and the movement rapidly AEM employed Its aerial attackIn PLAY STARTS IN r
grew with other banks forming the third quarter to knot the '
teams among their employees. score The Westphal-to-McFadden NATTC OFFICERS' t .: .
Soon, the teams were competing combination off for 40
Minded WAVES In paid yardsto
Sports Engage throughout that section. In 1940, the ARM-AOM 12 where Gol- BOWLING LEAGUE .
t.
Archery Pistol l Shooting BowlingAs Hart's Championship team won against the Bank teams Guard from lotte crossed up the Radios by Officer keglers of N A T T C :l:; '
tossing: to Westphal for the score. shined up their bowling shoes this i"--
New England. New York, New The conversion failed.
attempt week as play got underway in the :-=..
the number of WAVES in High scores were made by Zanner Jersey, and Pennsylvania. That Not to be denied*, the School eight-team Officers League. A 'it,
Barracks 51 increases so does the Ziemer, Calhoun, Bratton, Caves team, however, which chalked up team: bounced back in the final schedule has been drawn ,
schedule of planned recreational and King. :he* 1199 score was composed of stanza on the accurate pitching of Lt (jg) Don Christiansen of up the by wS.,'
activities grow. Although they Bud Lenham from the Athletic White House guards In that contest Trompore who passed to Hawks .
I Physical Training Department ; I.
are no longer required to take Department is instructing the : Hart's team finished eighth for 30 yards and then hit Huttonon with teams slated to play one I

"Happy Hour" WAVES still have WAVES in tennis. Those enrolledIn with an 1192. the AEM 3. On a fourth down match a week throughout the win. ,.. .... .
classes in many types of sports. the class are: Hartley, King, The storekeeper has a first quarterback sneak Hawks went ter season extending* to the last .
WAVES are seen at the Station Nadler, Briant, Boyer, Christy, place medal won in a national over. The kick was no good, butt week in March.Christiansen '''
movies football games, church Laib, Boles and Schindler. match of the U. S. Revolver wasn't needed. also announced 7 :
services library, station dances, -Many high scores have been league that he captured in 1938; Coach Tuk Baxley's team almost that plans are being formulated _. -. : .: -
Ship's Service Hostess House made in archery. A large number and he has three firsts taken in gained a tie or possible victory for the opening of an enlisted
(wrapping packages), golf course, have learned to shoot with bow competition within the Providence in the closing seconds when men's league in the near future.
bowling alley, tennis courts, and I and arrow since arriving at Policemen's Revolver League. Vestphal passed to McFadden on I Officers matches will be rolledat
other sport areas. The lounge in NATTC. The other day he received a little the School five yard line However 1600 on Tuesdays and Wednes '.
Barracks 54 is a popular spot for Those who have noticed the setback. lie was running on AEM had an ineligible receiver days at the NATTC alleys in ';
WAVES and their guests with its games of coed volleyball back of the Republican ticket in the gen- downfield and the resulting Ship's Service. The eight teams'.p.
table games, many magazines and Barracks 51 have seen many good eral election for a seat in the penalty nullified the play. in the non-handicap league are .
comfortable chairs. WAVES from players. Once a game is startedit State House of Representatives It. Coulter turned in an excellent AEM AOO, Bombsight, Dispen"t
NATTC are taking advantage of is played to the finish regard- from his district: but "it was a performance In sparking sary, Physical Training and Welfare '
the many sight-seeing opportunities less of rain, darkness or cold. Democratic year," he guesses. the AEM attack, while McFad Technical Training, Military ...,..- .::'''
and community events. These games are usually followedby '=- I I den- played perhaps his best Training, and Student Officers. .J '
Since the first of November a movie. --- ,
skilled hands have been wrapping The only thing keeping more
packages in the Hostess House as WAVES from playing golf is the Shooting Stars : \.-
difficulty in balls. ;..,.
their contribution to the problemof getting A few -
getting Christmas packages have been lucky enough to get 'r"
mailed. Lucky will be those whose some from home or find some.
presents are wrapped in the pret- Girls to try horseback ridingare R ,, >
ty colored paper and ribbon sup- : Calhoun, Kellan King Sto- i; '

plied and neatly addressed for ber, Zanner and Brooks. :7.:
mailing. Picnics and holiday celebrationsare
They are also stamped on the held at intervals and many big LfS1S -
outside "Wrapped by a WAVE." events are awaiting the future. S. !
Those who have helped are : Nad- Lt. (Jg) Ender of Welfare and
ler Jones, Leander, LaFlame Specialist Brooks of TTA are in t' '

Mitchell Tauton. Laib, Scott. Scul11. charge of the welfare and athletic ',,{.: ,

Ludwig, King Beam, Brlant programs. .;,\
Christy, Drinkard, Meter, Lamont,
I Calhoun, Gudgell, Knight, Anderson -I NATTCT GRID STANDINGS ; J '

Hoban Lubben. Love, Bailey, I ", ..,.'"
Schindler, Victor Cunliffe, Caves, PU. PU '
Schuerman, Miller. Devlnney Co- TeamW.. L Scored All'd I ak 4. ,
burn, Meadows and Lindsay. AEM 4 1 sa 30 I ,
MAD 3 2 38 11 :
Features of the past week were: ARM-AOM 2 3 23: 49 ..
Bowling leagues classes in arch- Ship Co. 1 4 19 53

ery, tennis, volleyball and pistol INDIVIDUAL SCORERS
shooting. Name-Team- TD Pat Tot
Thursday 9 November 19ii 11 R Coulter AEM 6 3 39Brown '"
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girls were fortunate enough to be estphal, .rM 2 12 :
._ invited to that unknown area Thrash, ARMMcFadden 1 1 7
\ called the target range. Although Yablonsky,, ARM ARM 1.1 1. '6 7
many had never held a pistol In I Potter AEMScarpelli 1.. 6 k r I
their hands before several bulls- MAD 1 .. 6 Y + j : ,
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Curran A.D. 1 6
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eyes were made and many holes Raster, SCMcGowan I 1:._ -
put into the targets. Those who SC :: 6 ''t. _'
attended were: Boggs, Luzzi Con- Tosllne, MAD I : ,','
Wade. SCRosinski :: ,
ley, Pinson, Catania. Boles King, A.D. 6 ......
Larsen, Chase Colley and Brooks. Carano,I'lji' I :: 6I f. .
Monday evening is reserved for Hawks ARMBlakeley 1 da ; .
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bowling: On 6 November 19 i4. SC .. 1 1 r qnA gtpM:.
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the beginning of our team com- ,
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petition started, the two winning MOBILE, Ala (CNS)-Police "..u, .,.t,1, ", 'r ".. J 'x..f .. .w, "" ,
teams were: Team 1-Zanner, are seeking a local thief with as has been suggested, Florida I-* ever given frame to the Indians, these Waves will be able to ,.. "'
ZIemer, Lewis, Crammentz and I strange tastes. Recently he entered meet the Seinlnolvw on their. own ground. This quintet gets Instruction In archery, and finds the port -I' f-fIt

King. Team 3-Schuerman. Mer- a local home, stole a bathtub a welcome relaxation from Navy dudes. Left to right they are D. 0. Ludwig, Sic; I. C. Mollett, IIAlc; ._"t>t ? "
li rill, Larsen, Calhoun and Christy.. and escaped If. Hoggs, PhMSe; U 11. Schindler, Sic, and M. M. Brooks, Sic ";-, <










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