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t t VOL. 2, No 50 UilllLIUJ imnmiiHini i I urn 22 February, 1945

An Activity of the Naval Air Operational Training Command


I Navy's "Greatest Secret Weapon" Celebrates Birthday 1

Sesquicentennial To Be ? k kn

''COI\PS" tSOY.ANNIVERSARY Observed Visitors From
... ,. $ UPPLY, ;
ur4jeiNi:, is'K."a ij5N CORPS

.H,17'j ... ., ."..;. City Will Tour StationThe

.: :
'.' '"' ,,
>}" massive but quietly efficient Navy Supply Corps-

[ ,, described as one of the "greatest secret weapons" of the war "

{e '. by Fleet Adm. Chester W. Nimitz-will receive long overdue

recognition tomorrow as it celebrates its 150th anniversary, ,

";" ". ,.... .. ...., :.1 ', of service to Naval combat and training units all over the i ,

I world.The occasion commemorated by

Comdr. JamesP. I the sesquicentennial anniversary,
is an act of Congress of 1785,
which created the "Office of Purveyor w1
Farnham Dies I of Public Supplies," forerun.
ner of the Navy's present Bureauof
Supplies and Accounts.
Aboard StationComdr This Station, home of one of the

ObNl,0., Of YEIC.y largest aviation supply bases in -
OtPENDENT$ AI NMAi IARSOMNEt z tACKIKli 1OVT4wfflt: METK40 NO( "4vAt MATERIA, James P. Farnham, the United States, will participateIn

USNR, head of administration on the celebration by inviting lo-
cal public officials and civic lead.
the staff of Rear Adm. A. C. Mc-
ers to visit the Station.
Fall, chief of Naval Air Opera- The program called for the vlsl

OKRATU, NAVY O/RATE{ pAY1 TRANSPORTS NAY" OPtUTf NAMLMIRRTT tional Training, died suddenly Sun- tors to be welcomed by Rear Adm.A. .
IiJIM CDMMiSEA0. E{ MAtU &LS SVNLY SMtNv" day night of a heart attack at his C. McFall. chief of Naval Air
Operational Training; Capt. Herbert -
quarters on the Naval Air Station.A .
4 E. Regan, station commandIng -
veteran of nearly 28 of
officer Capt. James B. Rick-
i.: ;
service in the U S. Naval Reserve,
_ _
+r v etts, supply officer on Adm Mc-
the commander had duty in
,' seen Fall's staff, and Capt. William L.
7 ( $ OPOASTSMOPIAV SHI IASPItTODmtf AYYME CAQKA SViNE VANwYHlMDYES both World Wars in the field of Patten, head of the Station sup-
\ naval aviation. He was 49 years
ply department.
old.Comdr. For the operation of the Naval
., Farnham had been as- Air Station, Jacksonville, 22,621
i .. signed to the Naval Air Station individual procurements In the
I" here since I 5 March, 1941, serving
made the
I MItY NAY'It COMIILhkP*."NY" AMp NAVAL DIStlli'ut/ trSAI. ITO&t> Alt open market were by
iFunS VURNASES OISiRliiTLiMAVIfrEUitCANKf, .. ACOUNTNf4 SUk'\.UJ\ "MATiRIRIS NIYALMATERIAL first as officer-ln-charge of the Supply Department hire duringthe
,' aviation ground school, and lateras calendar year 1944. The specialized -
tr. ,
head of and
F training finally material and equipment
a ': head of administration of the secured for the Command by

f.: :* Calling Singers I Smoker SlatedAt Naval Command.Air Operational Training necessary$5,669,320: direct in purchasing value. totaled -

FFICERF Adm. McFall Monday paid this The type of commodities ranged
tribute to the deceased Naval of- from precision tools, instrumentsand a
To Join Choirs 0 AuditoriumThere'll ficer: capital equipment for aircraft

& "The death of Comdr. Farnhamis assembly to identification badges

:* An urgent appeal to all person- THE WEEK be big doings over at a tremendous loss to the Naval required for Station security. The
-. net on this Station, both naval andr service and to me personally. Few, maintenance of a large Station
the Mainside Auditorium tomorrow
( civilian, who are interested in sing if any, Naval officers contributedmore plant has required locomotive
.. ing with the choirs-Catholic, wog night. to the war effort in the ad- parts, steam boilers, vehicle parts
Protestant and Jewish, has been An all-star cast has been rounded ministrative operations of the and material handling equipment. +
voiced by Harold J. Weiss, up for an entertainmentpackedSmoker Naval Air Operational Training The research and experimental
SpWlc( director."Particularly that is guaranteed to chase Command than Comdr. Farnham. program for aeronautics has re-
at this Lenten season away the blues, and we don't mean His broad knowledge of aviation quired synthetic training devices
when both Protestant and d'i the kind that comes with 13 buttons and of the needs of this Command Rations for a large Station force

Catholic choirs are preparing spe- As usual, our own gag mas- enabled him to do an outstanding have required continual contractsfor
cial music for the Easter services, ter, Billy "Don't Ship Me Out" job. He wad a loyal, faithful, com- subsistence Items. From wel-
there is need for extra singers," : Reed, will act as master of ceremonies petent Naval officer of the highest fare funds there have been secured
Weiss said. "The Protestant choir And to top it off, C. G. type." War Bond pennants.As .

has started rehearsals on the can- Stark, Sic, the "Push-up" king, Comdr. Farnham earned his
tata, 'The Crucifixion,' by Stainer, : g will attempt to break his recordof wings at Miami in 1918 and had a part of the sesquicentennial -
. which will be given on Good Friday >d g 325 pushups.The at L. I. observance of Supply,
subsequent duty Bayshore, Capt. J. B. Rlcketts, NAOFC
evening. stage show will feature Don Miami, Rockaway, L. I., and with officer
Supply speak! on
"The Catholic choir Zelaya, International Pianist and the fleet air squadrons in the At-
"Trained for Victory" over radio -
Gounod's 'Convent Mass, to be
Humorist, as the headline attrac- lantic. Before reporting to Jack- WJAX ,
station from 1930 to
sung on Easter Sunday The Cath- tion and Nell Wilmot sonville he served officer-In-
The Navy Supply Corps observes Charming as 1915 today while Captain W. L.
olic choir rehearses Wednesday
tomorrow Figurante; Anita, a LatinAmerican charge of personnel procurementand
its 150th anniversary
Patten, Supply Officer for NASJacksonville
1830 and Protes-
evening at the
and typifying the efficient, capable Bombshell, and Bobby Doyle, civilian training in the Bu- will be heard
tant choir also meets for rehearsalon on
the Frank Sinatra of NAS Jacksonville of Aeronautics in
officers who have contributed to reau Washington "
the "Molly Reports,
Wednesday evenings at 1900. Music will be furnishedby D. C.Comdr. program
its enviable record down through ,
Persons who are Interested over \VMRI5 from 1415 to 1300
the is able, Capt. the Air Station Band. .
should telephone either Lois Bigelow years quiet, Farnham, a graduate of hxla).
James B. Ricketts, NAOTC Supply Also on the calendar are four Yale University, was in private lifea
Sic, at 518. or Weiss at 8824.
Officer. boxing bouts. The battlers will all general contractor, mine opera- It is the Navy's efficient opera-
Radiating a Calm confidence that be NAS sailors, and the bouts will tor and private pilot with 2,500 tions of the massive supply mech-
Parachuters bespeaks a thorough grasp of his be three rounds apiece. solo hours to his credit. His home anism which promoted Adm. Nim-
Cop varied responsibilities, the cap The show will get underway at was originally on Long Island. His Itz to say:
tain is not a man given to ver 1930, so come early and be sure wife, the former Friscilla Gove of "The method by which we arable

Bowling HonorsThe bosity. Quick to make decisions, to get a seat.Hornet. Salem, Mass., and two small chil- to supply and maintain a i
. a characteristic trait of many successful -':-- dren, resided with the commanderin great task force thousands of miles li
WAVES business executives, and quarters on this station. from: its base for extended periodsof
Bowling League firm in his convictions once his Brief memorial services for time is one of the greatest secret -
finished the with the Para-
mind is made up, his nonetheless MascotHit do to .
I not
chute Loft winners of the pennantfor Comdr. Farnham were held at 1600 weapons. propose
genial and friendly manner has yesterday in the Protestant Chapelon disclose that secret to the Jap- }
the second time In two
the affection of all who work
won this Station. Officiating chaplains anese, who would very much like
With a total of 32 points and 13- with him.
541 pins, the Parachute Loft was Born In New Rochelle, New By Auto were Lt S. W. Bell and. Lt to know it. but I can say that Five it k.
O. C. Weaver. Continued on Page
well ahead of Synthetic's 23
points York (famed as the home of
and 13,090 pins. VPB2 held marrying Tommy Manville) on Maybe some survivor of the
third place with 18 points and 11- 11 August 1902, his family sinking Of the aircraft carrier "
943 pins, while Y-1, A&R (Craft's moved from there before he was Hornet aboard this Station
team) and A&R (Adams' team) old enough to attend school Ills would be interested In the following CAPT. PATTEN LAUDS CIVILIANS
tied for fourth place with a totalof early education was received in Associated Press story

17 each. New York City and Massachusetts out of Miami: On this Sesqulc.'pntennlalnnh'f'rsllry of the Navy Supply

The 12 high-point bowlers from and then he entered the "To the boys who served on Corps I would like to pay special tribute to you many hundreds '
the league are now playing in a Naval Academy Graduating In the Hornet-jour dog Is dead. of civilian employees who have contributed !so! much to the accomplishments -
Co-league. These WAVES and'their the class of 19-I, he was com "The little fox terrier which we are celebrating on this day: t1
average scores are: Helen missioned an ensign and assigned came through the torpedoing of We! of the Jacksonville 1'a'alIt Station Supply Departmentare
',I 142; Peggy Simboll, 140; to the USS Oklahoma as the big aircraft carrier In the proud of our accomplishments" during our four and a half "+
(1 Foy, 139; Gabriella Al a Junior turret officer. He remained 1'aclflo with only a broken It"g'and years of existence hl're-of the job we are doing In keeping our
brechta, 136; Belle Quitman, 128; aboard for a year, during a stove-la rib, died today planes supplied with fuel and spare parts, our Navy men suppliedwith
Eva Carlson, 127; Peggy Dowling, which time the ship cruised (Feb. 19)) under the wheels of food and clothing, and our buildings supplied with the equipment j'
12-3; Marcia Keith, 135: ; Lillian In west coast anti Hawaiian an automobile.
center in
and materials necessary to keep a huge training
Amadei, 119; Doris Anderson, 121; waters. In June, 1925, the young "Several months ago the ter- 1r

Virginia Kllmm, 125; Genevieve officer Mervlne reported and in to the the four destroyer years rier was placed In the care of a operation.We are proud, naturally', of these accomplishments, but We s
Lohberger, aboard her that followed he Miami family by a group of owe a special debt of gratitude to you civilian employees! for the
served in almost capacity. sailors who described how they part you have played in realizing them. Without you, supply
Hamburger Canned; for (Iii The Mervlne took every part In the took the dog 'over the M.' service on the seal that exists today could never lave been p j Chicago (CNS-Canned ham Nicaraguan Campaign In 1937, with them ,when they abandoned I sib\.. Keep up the good work!, a
burger has been added to the U'S. and In that same year Rickette the Hornet after it, was CAPT. PATTEN. "
Army's field rations. The hamburger hit.
are: packed two to a van.L Continued On Page Seven .

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 22 February, 1945

. Ai Muni No. 1 Annual Drive By I

t 'f Red Cross Opens Captain In Medical Corps At 38, I

Thurs., March 1 Robert J. Vaughn Is New Exec At .

Assistance Of Service

I Drive Personnel To Raise Is Urged Funds In j J I Naval Hospital... On This Station

d I With a goal of $180000000\ to I (' pt. Robert .Vaughn I iMCI'SN > -
2 continue its worldwide operationsat a native of Florida and who HIM career 111 Hit :Navv l began
1 ro i the battle fronts 'the of 22 fur (
hospitals and at SS, is the youngest officer in at ae( apt
here at home, the American Red Vaughn after lie had rrc I lvttl alta
Cross 0"11open\ its 1945 War Fund I the Navy to hold the rank of captain <.lielor of ilen\ <'" degree from

I (Campaign next Thursday I in the Medical Corps, has been the I'nl'l'r"IIur I lorlila In 1 W'Z.\

Kndmsed bv' virtual\!) l''nre- named: executive! officer of the and a degree in ,Medicine! tram
edura'tional. fraternal i. Industrial U, tI11t1tl'nlI'I".I". in IU", He
hgious. S. Naval Hospital at the Jacksonville -
( Mllcro"It'U\ : ,\. "ttn Ftry: I and labor group in the nation took post-graduate| work In hU
>Tr", succeeded\ umilr. (art F. I as w(>1as\ top.ranklngmlli. Naval Air Station IIOM-II field of ItoentgenolofM' at
\kNrle. 1'>:\'', 'lhiirsdaniorii- : tary chieftains, the 1945 appealwill I Repotting to Jacksonville from (ornell I'nttrrsity In J llt.S'i, fir
ing lit $. a* ( iimmamliiiK/ I be conducted throughout the the Naval Hospital at Trinidad' has been In the :Natr for !iiicars
flc'er of the 1'. :s. :Navalti\- .
month of March as some three mil where he was executive officer )
lfar! Mr :elation, .) k.onx'illcV .
lion American Red Cross Volunteers Various ships and gtaticn!" ti
Captaughn ;:
.. ,: Comdr l'S.
un'ld :No. 1. lie U I the .t't'ntl representing J.756 chapters which Capt Vaughn has been attached -
:Nat 81 officer to George' F Blodgett] at the huge 'v '
< assume
!scattered all over the United vii. include the following: : t' S.
command of that air seth fly States, through: door to door calls, hospital here, "" .... Naval hospitals at Portsmouth
..(vme its ci'iiirnis.ioniitj in July seek contributions which will not'' Capt. Vaughn; !Is a native of High i' \'a,: 8t Thomas Virgin ][.lanes ;

_HI44.. be collected in orglInizl'dlolidta. Springs, Fla., where his parents! wlJ \ashlngton: D. C.; Coco co'o' .
-- tions in factories, schools, offices Mr, and Mil. RV, Vaughn: slill ;(' ;{;,:, )t Canal one: Annapolis, Mel, PHIl .
and theaters reside, His wife. the former Miss < harbor, TrInidad and Jacksc' \,il)).- :
January Sales Of verxiie personnel" recipients" flf Beulah Irving:, of Portsmouth,. C.;" 'i, the ssSright:; : the UPS Cllp,11,1 l
the major (Mirtton of lied (.rosministrations and their two small children have and the USb Phoenix and. at.t]

'War Bonds Exceed Mill hate their oppnrtimitv been living at 1815 Duns d road Operating Base Norfolka. nr .'
., ton, to iiintrftMitp to South onilleduiins: :; Capt ilk the Norfolk 1'a'y'al'd,
i this organi/ation/ of mercy. In a \ aughn's tour of duty at Trinidad (apt. Vaughn \\hile he is attached to Ue
Figures For 1944 letter 'u all\ :Naval '>M ililish- He was stationed at the Naval Naval Hospital here, Capt \mif. nand
menu In continental I'tilted Hospital I here for five\ : months! in VNhere he had been attached for his family will reside in 11'.11-' itcrs
:Mate, Secretary of the :NavvI.IIIKS l"4d: before going: to Trinidad the last 15 months on the Naval Air Station,
Ma 'hington, D c., F'hn: The ..
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orrestal called attentionto
:Navy War Bind Program;: got off
VD a flying !start in 1945 with a the fact that the |period l 1 Election Facts I It I Is an old old axiom tint tin :Arne travels on It. stimuli,
January total of :1.5rS2.25.:!! : ; :; Iardl has been designated. Keil Responsible l for Ibis food vvhlih I. so vital I. the :Supply D'-partnifiit -
This volume: was :H5 per cent ( ross llIlIt h" h'>' President, hiih ohsirve, the I ">d'III annlursur.v" of its,. .rl'lInl/lllllll1
greater; than the 0070575: total Koosevelt, and that the President For Benefit Of 'lomi rrovt I'risen< !-davNever warfare makes" ul'l'I1'l'n more vital
of January, 1944, and it brought has requested. that the :Navy cooperate I : before has the c\\.. naml for 1IIIIt'rilll. bun ns. great as It

tht grand total of bond purchases ) fully with the .American is tt.dll."lth. met'h ml/>* I us aria re the |irev ailing/ t"'1I11H't| \ theav
since the beginning of the program I Keel ('ros.. In its conduit of the Men In Service I right, In pictorial form i hi seen some of tin functions cr, the

:n October, 1941, to over a billion I'M! IS War 1 nnd Campaign/ .".ui.ply Ii'part mi'nt at :SAs, ,'114'1111\111"' ,
dcllfiis, or I,022,1:0W6.:: : I "Thete shall be no solicitationof Municipal county and judicial

I'{moll savings plan purchases enlisted personnel," the Secretary elections will be held In the stateof I -

ry civilian personnel 1 of $18,629- wrote, but unsolicited renewals i Illinois at the following times .. .
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H'7.M'' and allotment purchases ofJacksonflle of membership or contributions and places: I two regents: e>f the University ct, -
rill be welcome:' | Municipal : Primary elections for "Lonely Hearts"Department
Michigan Superintendent cf Pub
I others' to Mr. For- village officers on 27 Feb
topped| | t aal I All according ''lie Injunction, member of the
Air stationIn \\ar Bond safesduring I ie.tal, !including civilians, in Navalestablishment' General: General elections for State Boa id ef Education, two
'city and town officers\ will be heldon
I'HI.I and
: January ullh! an ? plants operated members ef the Mate Bi>aid cf Agriculture
f under 3 April, 1945, and for village of- Were net "lonely I
ciency index of ltd 6, 'tit ( |pu. (hrlcli in ..t't'tolld| |.ila<'e. contiacts let by the Navy D( ,iartI 'ficerc en 17 April Commissioner hearts department, but sonifViiv;
Sales of ..t:" bond reached the I 1 ment, will be solicited! and urged County: Primary i elections for himself "BIll H'I'tr.t
General local elections will beheld signing a
figure of $8K.m73 here according '- I 'I'to contribute to the War Fund.I I'('{ commissioner' will] be heldon
to figures from the .".1 i 10 April In each of the following throughout': South Dakota a, pcture of 1nry lovely !looking:
In a statement to all officers, I
f''utic.ftl1' of the .secretary, I enlisted personnel and civilians at counties: Alexander. Calhoun. follows: lady to us this week with the 11'rr.- ;

oontlnator of \\'ar KoniN1H NAS, Jacksonville looking for Edwards Hardin, Johnson, Massac, Township elections! 6 March merit "a friend of mine gave ere.
I Menatd. Monioe Morgan': Perry, elections. 17: .
ward to the launching of the dive ; Municipal Aptil.i this! picture Could you help ire
: ,129.250.75 i presented' the major Pope. Pulat-kl Randolph Scott i
here, Capt. Herbert E. Regan ; School elections 19 June find cut who she is9 1Il'I of kIn
>otticn of the January total Union Wabash and \Williamson
f j
I Commanding Officer, urged full ( the base and I want to men
A Genoa' ) elections will be held
with cash purchases of J7.578,244 Judicial : General elections for'
from all hands. her I wondered if )
co-operation throughout Wisconsin on a April vond puhlish
contributing the r-emainder The judicial officers will te held "
latter figure included F and G I "MemlNTi of tht'IllItan' Rod throughout Illinois on 4 June Officers for State Superintendent of it. Thank you,
trnd: purchases of $4.01 .M6.50, Milan personnel at the station, j to be elected] ate: A justiceof Schools, Justice cf Supreme Court The photo was too dark for pir: >-
The Navy Yards led the bond I Milt) IK given an o,>|M.rliii.itj' to the Illinois Supreme Court from and other judicial cffuets, On hcation but it was a shot if aright

fugtam l in .January. with their contribute to the JlII5 War Fund ,the Fifth Supreme Court District the same date municipalities and winsome locking, lass rep< *,
combined efficiency index of 1084 Campaign/ of the American\ Red per cent Two Yards Pearl Har- I ('rt,.M., which will\ open her on 1 (Clnindv I lIt'n'r.' I\nox. LaSalle. eluding those in Milwaukee County on a beach somewhere. '
tc-r and Mal Island tied for first March,"' the statement j Marshall Peoria, Putnam, Stark I will hold elections for local| officials \\ell there xeur ,chance gaU I

ffi) < e with 11-56 per cent The 'E\idenre of the weir k of the I Wocdford, : a justice! cf the Superior If oud like to s-e whether 01 net
)Naval' Air Stations were runners- Red Cross on this station during | Court ot Cook County. and I Naval personnel, members of, the > cure' the one in which one' Bill
Dp us a group, with their com- the p !steat' is shown in the report rir..d Index cf (15,7 per cent Jack- that 7000 servicemen were Court: districts throughout' the civilians may vote in such to you. Then fill :yoti II 1
'onville was leading air station assisted by that agency, dining tate, elections bv' absentee ballot Postcard have to do is figure out who "B,'i
For the entire naval establishment, 1P44 The work cf' the 'Red Cross I General elections will be held] applications' for state absentee H," is and where he's *.tatlINI,
I2fc per cent of the civilian pet throughout': the world already is t throughout Michigan en 2 April ballots may te secured from as he inclo '<'d no address,
"rr nfl invested 10.7 per: cent of the well known. J IJM5: for certain state and local 1, Comdr, C. O f'y.)) 8ta U.n'ot.- And if Bill H" would like h" :,
grows payroll in the: PIl1'OIIs8'Ings I Chaplain Leonard \\hite has *:,ffieem. including the following: : inp Officer, building. 40, daily between photo b8k'l"11 hold it a few dale
jrlan, : been appointed Executive' Mar rwo justices <,f the Supreme Court the hours cf 0800 I ( and 1610: until he calls for it.

Alktments bj uniformed l''rlon. Fund Chairman here Full cooperation ---- ---- -,
ref l during January brought the total should be extended to him j D'II'ulImml' ; \'iSnS;! 4.\11I1(11 .\r; S'"liun' "1 1r'
effective allotment well over in his plans for organizing the
the two-millicn mark, ot $J,Of'9,- campaign" | ...
(15 Of these. 1,741.908 were 1\'a\'r'l i '-: -- .f.< I ,' > 2"0,(>(0 Marine Corps and '
Feast Of I'lirlm /
Coast Guard. Allotment purchases :
I A service celebrating the Feastof
ft r the month were $S109j.Hj. .
Pimm will Ice held in the AHA
ty Katy, $1,320,506.25: by:> the Ma-
corner cf. Third and Silver Streets,
ire" Corps and $lOIO, 5j bj the
Crest Guard in Jacksonville, at 2000 Tuesday, u 1

...... __ __ 27 Februan .
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Commercials I Woman n, gill\ \ lo help take care if,t
Iwo children i A few dave n wi t'au
Will form J tiding lib with 'tmf'c.oe Hi 1412 K, Child Si|.. NAS. Mm:t'd 1 v ,
,in vlclrl1> if 418! \I. :J4ih !Street' ''ANTED--Automublle. ':<7 01 1 O
I"IIU) (HHi-i7(0 4 ( ), Bu.l n*'n' t'O"I't'LI, model piefenul' r. J. Klikln I
V n/ l. %TS'h'AOI.o;rt. 345, '
Hlnli' Dewev 1'1111. .
IOU "'AI i t,
Full lied> and mnltif-Mi. Bmndr \\ T\oD--CI'n\t'1I111'\: cm ':TO '40 i'
w. hetul.,T' price H4.f !5, \\ III sell. I '41 IfclKrt )'H\ innh Phone ,lick
fu nhOlfUe price cf, J25! Coi I t. E, M. Mnvllli '-77i: Jl.iiold Dunhuro, 'MANJFI 1 ,
Jj)Tilhk711: :'*, MAD :NAriCenlH "' )--Oni> member rf B >hair
I I the licit club'with IIl/Hlmcolll'/ l.n
One w AVE" bile phi..kln unit,. mci Neptune Hitnh If l'I.' ftltle but wo,,,11
)/f' !'. lilir Sid Lull Dcirthv Let.! r* In heailni.. film wrmniMl
i"tt. Call :2ii'iO.It' t nth: tetiiheii ( luh already) hasten
A. "'..11 nulls with three I'aa, ini>. paeaense'rbut ( i
Two IhiileF Mivilo. medium. alb I lulim; member with one mote MI;
(Carl \hrxlyn. Rita .ell fMermr' W>11, \fml.bll.,' : ,
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I 'JHLR.SDAY i h MAR('II, IT'S ('OLV; TO I Ij v 'I
Rear Ailm. Alexander Gordon I.jle, I s\, inspector cf taty dental ji
I at t hltles shown store
j I HE A FLOOR SHOW AM DANCE, SO COME: ON, ,seated, .during Wl I b st *
S; rillLLl'V, POLISH IP THOSE SLIPPERS; { PRESS facilities in the Sessnill Naval DUtilit and l ksonvllle Others in the picture are, left lo right, I THOSE BLUES; AND L'ES DANCE! I Francis {t. lln of the planning' il.vNI, n if the Nary Department U.ueau of Medicine anal Surgery, who
:iwomiwniril tlw: Admiral; { apt. Larry Doimj, senior dental .ffrr| of the Nasal| Air Station liiMwn-
-,, 1 vary, mf ('omdr, Pant <.east|, fxtmthc aIfiver if the dispensary denial department 1

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The JAX AIR MS; U published weekly at the U. S.
Naval Air Sutlon, Jllck om IlIe, Florida by the Public { Y
KeUIIona Office lit no expense to the 10\'el nment. Copies I
ate distributed dee of charge at the Naval Air Station
the Naval Air Technical Training Center, the Heudquailempi M'i "Accentuate The Positive"
the Naval' Air Opeiatlonal Training Command Naval
Auxiliary Air Station Green Cote Springs, Naval Auxiliary
Kenneth V. Brown
Air Station Cecil Field the Naval Air Gvmneri' School, .e 7? I Ity Chaplain
the U. S. Naval Hospital, the Naval Auxiliary Air Station } tj Bing Crosby has successfully plugged a song,
Municipal l No. 1, and the Naval Auxiliary Air Station part of which goes something like this:

May'it'll. Accentuate the positive,

Rear Admiral Andrew C. McFall. USN Eliminate the negative;
Chief ot Naval Air Operational.! TinlnlngCpl : v. I Latch on to the affirmative;

ln Her'belt E. Regan, USN Don't mess with Mr. In-between."
Commanding Ulcer In addition to being a pleasant and swingy num.
J ck.onvllle Naval Air Station advice in it.
ber this song has some good Many of

Captain Joseph B. Lynch, USNR $ v us have habits which we would like to eliminate.
Commanding Officer aj@ Most of us would like to cultivate certain desirable
Naval Air Technical Training Center habits But we seem to be in a rut and unable to

Captain John J. O'Mai lev (MC). t'SNCommundlnx t T 1xa get out The trouble is not that we don't know what
OfficerU. we should do but that we don't st'ento have the
S. Naval Hospital
ability or will power to do those things. St. Paul
Colonel Martin J. Kelleher. USMC (Ret.) expressed this idea when he said, "For the Rood]

Commanding Marine Barracksr Officer that I would I do not: but the evil which I would not,
c that I do."
-r Commander Commanding Edward N:Officer. Dolecek. USN I IK Ib The answer to the question "How can I do a'\

Natal Air Gunnt'II' School these things' desire to do ?" is found In the song, .,
Accentuate The Positive." Concentrate on what
i Commander funk T. COt bin, L'SN:
d Commanding Officer you want to do and not on what you wish to avoid.
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Green COSpl'lnas 'Eliminate the negative." Stop telling yourself'!
"* what \'OURle not going to do because that Is a sure
Commander Michael, P Bagdanovlch
Commanding I Officer way to do just that thing. The old Hebrew knew
Naval Auklllaiy Air Station, Cecil Field : about this when he said, "For as he thlnketh In hH

Commander. Salem A. Van Ft cry, Jr. heart, so is he." The bowler who constantly has before .
t* Commanding Officer him the fear of a split usually gets a 7.10 set.
Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Municipal No. 1 For "extraordinar)' heroism'1 against the Japanese in the Marshall up. The batter whose only desire is not to strikeout .

Commander M.':""P. Mer..r.Itt. USNR Islands a year ago Pfc. Joseph .Newman, J-year-old Marine very often strikes out and gets few hjti. \
Commanding Officer from Miami hut b awarded the Navy Cms I There. is no hope for the man who doesn't makeup
Naval Auxiliary Air Station. May'port The award wan made at the V I. S. Natal Hospital last Saturdayby his mind. "Don't mesa with Mr In-between." 1/

Lieut Col. Illlam T. Evans USMC (Ret.) ('apt| t. John J. O'Malley, commanding officer. Don't be a fence straddler. Nothing la ever accomplished '
Commanding Officer Newman who has hud five years of service In the Marine Corps, by such a philosophy. The man who Just I
.life Marine Aviation Detachment In the loon of Mrs William Payne of Alt mahaw, X. C. Ilk wife, the throws the bowling ball down the alley without con'j'j;

The JAX'"AIR NEWS receive Camp Newspaper Servicemaleilal. former Alias Louise Klkln resides at 160: ;\\\: Stth St., ::Hain:. centrating on where he wants to set it down .or aimit a

I. Rep ublcation{ of edited\\ar Depaitment matter ptohlblteci, 205 E. The citation a'omINUIlng the award to the young Marine wallsigned I is a poor bowler. The batter who Just tiles to hit !4 j ,
ot CNS.
a 42nd without St.permission N. Y. C.Sesquicentennial. by A dm. C.V.. .Nlmltt.AMUSEMENT: the ball with no idea of where to hit it finishes the j )
- --- season with batting average which looks like his i; !

Of CALENDARMainside hat size Stop and consider what you believe and 'I '!
Supply what you want to do.1'e are apt to be too vague, }
I Movie Schedule too Indefinite In our thinking For "Mr. In-between" .' i
Tomorrow, 23 February, marks the Pj'CII18'AK" ISLAMMlllain Hendix. Brian lJuIIIC'A the Bible has this! to nay "I know thy work, that I II
of the beginning of the thou art neither cold nor hot, I would thou wet t cold
150th anniversary replay f the Him that depicts the Hattie I of \\aUe 1..lalltl..II" |the heroic I
has become or hot. So then 'because thou alt lukewarm, and +
Navy supply system which a Marines Mho defended" It, 1 1I
I neither told nor hot I will thee out of
world-girdling network enabling our fighting Krldaj-"SKKOKAVr: ; : : ]\ :," Larry' Park A story' of the Army' I :mouth.; spew my i I II

in combat strengthin K-i) corps, in which dogs ar'% trained fur overscan duty. The tale re-
fleet to meet its enemies It in fatal to think of what don't want to \ ,
volxen around the devotion of Sgt. ]Mike, a German shepherd<< fur his I you
any part of the globe. Army matter, Larry Parks, and the friendship that develops betweenI'arUs do. It 'in worse not to think at all and to be a buddy i

.' The crude beginnings of the Navy Sup- and the dog's! former owner, an eight-year-old kid who lost his of "Mr In-between" The way to a detent and succestful '
father in the South I'utilif. life H to bear down on those! things whichare
of 23 February
ply Corps stem from an act :Saturday-"LA 1>V TAKE A CHANCK: :," Jean Arthur. A repeat positive. Think about the things- you want to I
1795, which created the Office of Purveyorof showing of a fine comedy romance; 1800( ) show' only.' j do. Develop a philosophy of what you b'litTo '

n Public Supplies, with the duty of providing Sundu)'-"){ lGIII.l' 81't.o\ Iii\, ," Kosalinil Kussrll, Jack Carson. Il'onsidl'r the bowler again, concentrate on the spotwhere 4

stores and supplies for the 'newly born Beginning in J 1902 this story concern* a progressive-minded you want to set down the ball, or else aim ,
Washington. woman whose blue-printed life didn't work according to plan Married I for the 1-3 pocket. That is the pathway to strikes ) f'
"-i"" Navy under President twice, and the mother of five children, she runs the gamut of Mines* In baseball pick out the hole where you plan to hit
\ Since that date the Navy has passed and wealth poverty and failure, through several' enterpriseshen the ball. Then keep your eyes on the ball until you -7

... through five wars and the grand function of her grown family go their diverse ways, other than site had planned 1, see it hit by the bat. Ted Williams said he followedthe !
to rank-in this present she laughingly adimU that "she didn't get what she wanted out of life, ball from the pitcher's hand till it came In contact ;
Supply has come "
hut she had fun trying with the bat "Accentuate the positive. Always j
war-in equal importance with actual combat ; be considering and striving for the thingsin .
,1\I0Ilcla-"tt: : VOUK l'oWUtn: JWY, Laralne Day, I.una good: '1
operations. On this score, listen to the wordsof 'Turner Based fin the \\'A("", this picture presents the prohlems that life. It takes time to become a good bowler or a I

Hear Adm. William Brent Young, Supply appear when women from widely diversified walks of life get together 300: hitter. Don't be discouraged at your failures 1

.. Chief of the Navy: under one set of rules and one set of standards. The story I Is told l Put them behind you and look ahead to the success 1
Corps through the lives of H society I girl, a general's daughter, and an Army you delll..e the good, the positive. It is when you i
t "In no other war in history have supplies wife. worry about not hitting Instead of concentrating on J

been such a decisive factor. Before Tuesday-ALASKA," l>ean Jagger Kent Taylor. Arrested and I hitting that you run into the batting slump. '

warfare became mechanized, the character charged with murder following the slaving of two lIIt'mlH-r8 of a gangof "Latch on to the affirmative." Those things '
9 valor of the fighting men claim jumpers Taylor is released into the mstody of a friend In which have been approved by God are the afftima- {
:strength, Kixky 1'olnt, Alaska until the weather will Hermit travel to Junean. 1 the the truth. "Thou shalt love the Lord, thy God l
were" the principle components of victory.To lie uses the time to prove his Innocence and round up the culprit. and thy neighbor as thyself." Do good unto other 1 I

I those must now be added the equipment Wednesday", -"HOUSK Of .'nA'KtSTtIKarlMf.: Ijijrosl, *, Bring honor to your loved ones. Reach out for

the fighting man uses. We are now Chaney. Two .men, Imprisoned for macabre exerlme::| itii with corpses, these things, the ideas and ideals which ate true and I
the supply in are freed when a storm wrecks: the prison. Seeking vengeance ii|Hili honors bit. Browning stud: ,
maintaining :
the the man rt''IHntoible for their Imprisonment" releae
they the Dracula "A man's leach must e"ceed'1\111\ grasp,
military history. They begin in hamlets skeleton and have him help them in tht'lrl'ork.. Much horror occurs Or what's a heaven for." i

the towns and cities where the materials before they are disposed of Keep leaching and grasping for that which in

t of war are being produced and end -- --- just and true and kind. Only by such exercise will

t.I" up on the battle lines in a dozen theaters of EntertainmentFeatures you grow Into the full stature of a man. St. Paul
I Divine Services wrote encouragingly to the Chiistlann at Philippi
r war. I "Finally, brethren whatsoever things are true, whatsoever
This is the task of the Navy Supply things are honest, whatsoever thing are just! ,

,,1 Corps in general terms. In specific terms TodayiiI.arrt l I.te and Hour Proteklant ('hapelt" : Mu.tln head and. whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are
Show' A( ( S \ irleryrlte.. I'SO, ('tmrrhrt Blrtnlntham Avenue lovely whatsoever things are of good report; if
this is what it does : (1)) Procures, ware- and Are ".. Mrm..IR. :t1l"UOII.: 0730-Holy Ci'mmunlon according to there be .,
... M.I and Beaver !'oCr.. Kpl8fopal; illual. any virtue and If there be any praise, think
fuel and .11I.11 *
all\ W
houses, i issues\ and ships supplies, Arena, i"iMI); dmiti.loi. armies. 09JO TialnlnK C'entet' Dlxlne tteixlre. on these things." A little later in this same letter,
\ other material for the Navy. ((2)) Tests and |, 5...... Chwpluln H. M. Johnson St Paul said: "I can do all things through ChrUt" ,
I t'Idll-"m.k.. All-Mur"" ('..'. Rill)' pieaoMng.! "The Call of To- "
) develops new articles and methods of subsistance Reed .. emcee, Miinsitle Auditorium{ mouow'. who strengthened 01(', Have faith in God and
and comfort to 111:1.: .. (ftM!: --Mindav eh..1 l (ismail chapel). continue to "accentuate the positive" and "latchon
for protection physical free Mwlm, "v" <), ('hvrch .. naval personnel serving throughout the ass sireeti, :twle.Saturd.ylieu's: 1043-0t'nt'1'8'; I Dlxlne SertteeChaplain -
.niie. Mil..idrAiKllliirivm K. V. Brow n .preaching --'-'
world. ((3)) Has charge of operation and upkeep :2IMMI.Upm fHClnK the ruluie -
Exercises ll..u..e and Uan.-ing l'arty. J100-Chilsllan Science( eixlce (Small
*, of Naval Supply depots. ((4)){ Legion Iliimr, 221 11. thunhstreet. .Cha pej(1. Navy Radio Programs
administrative supervision over all\ fuel 211:111.t'mlll : 1845- Vespor !'t'nkco S. M. C. L.-
l Hance (with or< lir.lm), I sir; Chiiululn: ) J. H. llai pel'-Bible 'llirKSDAV
plants, commissaries, stores, etc., at Navy (hurih, and 1\.lOnlin Mrecl" 2IMO-: Slud.v.alliullr "Service '1'l1ll1'-\\'J\lUlt (CHS 1700-1780)
( { )
yards and stations. ((5)) Coordinates assemblyand l 1 %:U.Krnrlit: tllln'. Mayflower Hoof fiitrdrn. Birmingham(haprl'! MHklin Avenue,Hood and .Nuvj dIiIlPW.IIII'' 1MO.VI8IO18I31H30

transportation of supplies to advance illMI; mlmUkiaiH *l.20 |>.r |>rrmn. few: Maw, "rained Fur MctorUA\ : : ) I
1 !'ollndll-I-. rt-f ('..If... mid |) ,UIIIHII| |.. 0711--Maas< ,
bases. ((6)) Has charge of payment of naval I'sir., ('h..fI.h .".1! >f 10 nan, lil (1. (IK:to-Mil**. "Ihe I'lrst I.ii.e".MIUC (CIJS) :2200-2230
t....-.) I". :Ill ft. liiixnl', l"|inlile{ III II n"- (JO--MR: as. HtllA\
civilian personnel War bond issuing service JUKI I ;ill .
and N.R "
lag Itim staliun.llurirt "r\Ic'I'lIl MMIlIt! (('115)) I 1700-1730) :
JrwUli 'I'rniilr' AkhIrx 70n-) Stuns
and payment of allotments. ((7)) Supervises supprr .Naij: .News"J
mid I.MUr !sfrrrU 1*:<0.liullrl (hrlkllan niimie Serlee: ]Muklin Road 17.v>-mi
i all salvage operations regarding Navy !siippfr, Ihiiir t,.how, unit In .and rlirminxliiiin Aiennr. ".Navy' lle.Kllines"_\\.1.JIIlSAT J*O.\.IIIIO
formal hurrh and 1\n'- llK( )--Small chapel : I' IIDAV
materiel.The. nun sirrrtu, .fMttl. Latter Har s ainia.mall: ('liaoi .
of : : : reran ."' .ll'nll1l'lIt: Home"-\\'MI5IC ( Ki30170018001X30) )
M..ldat-Ianrr mid lour !Mioxt!' .Miiklin I and ltiriiiln .hmn. ( 'i15))
quantities of materials required to 1st). ;tit 11. Itiitid ,strrrt ill,\III, 1'iWi! --Mutual miHInn ( \\'c r' be visualizedby 'luraday-ItovlnI.. Main mid Hmxerknnnel JcxiUh H..llelu""nl.! ....* and JVII..Wkhlu Meet lour.
; maintain naval operations may 1"1.1." A.nlll .dml..I"n aertire 1'1' 11m.... \'a\-\\IIII't' (Blue) IIJSO.2UOO! )
the fact that during the last year the tar Filrtjy' 3H1V Small:' Chnhol 1, Muslin St'NIIAI'"Bluejacket: _
fdurk. <.Uv-Illiumlia .nd ('''''II''' In- and Birmingham/ Malnxlile l'hoir"-11Sililt (OSS) 1105-1130
Navy's overseas shipments were the equivalent ktriKtiniik{ anil tnliiriiml' Danre' ISO, TueHclHX lAtOli.10Thapluln: Office\ "1'a.'!fic Mnrj"-\\ ..J.M( C) :23302404)MONIA1' : .
311 11. IMiial strrrt, NATTr1
of 1,2(50( 50-car freight trains. The requirements :' _
IIII"-C" amer, 1-.1"11", Tuesday 17.o.1t1O'hnpldln'l,. /
(food) for this year if earned in faellilift. I so, :311 Vv. JIM- Yelloxx \Vutei MAS; Offlie "(1, S. Navy' H811c1"-\\.JAX C) 12,30-121.1
tat :MrertKlglit First Thursday of each month. 170f "IHII Nalle, 1'lnnlst"MI5K 11i:3U1643"Service :
one movement by rail would require a freight '-' IRfO. Chtipldln'i Office
loaded to capacity stretching from Hand Of Otren Cute Spitega.' (IBS) i 1700-1730
train cars Mp Second Thul'lIIa.01! each "Navy New, -VUAV 175017511HO.VIHIO( !
Des Moines to New Orleans. "I think I'll have another little 16.10-lHt/l.: / Reading Room month'NAAS "Naty III'Rcllln.\\'J
nip," said the Marine an he shot M.ixixnt. TI'KSIIAV

Battles start, stop, rage again. But the ,I the Jap sniper out of the palm Third H1)1.;;Thumd.iv) Chapel of, each Jill month Municipal T>(*i "S rvl I..e ''lime"MI5ll. (CBS) 170 .j 7S0

service? of Supply moves oir. Its personnel) igI 00 e. No. 1.He "NIt\). Hendliiieii"YUIII, J140..1810

on the job night and day making, sure that dot HWcrdl, --- "Singing Sailor" %'JAXUKIUNKMIAV 1815J1434)

Die Fleet never Jacks for fuel, food], clothing) Best Stewed tJf'nh! \ I fr'li the cartnital'Js; I Ci;' "1''' can 1 imitate any Wrd) yoji "";"( rvic:; a Tlm.-\\MUlC_ (CBS 1700-1730

'; f'nd ';1))) the thousands! of items the Navy jrertu 1auJr hter yvho! tykYd} = the'lyi (:tiet' 1 nil mf' "N.*y Ntw*".!-WJAX, ) 17001731r

! .<*& to win this war. .wliefthfy, weii; : i tewedl I! :'Gal; "Try a 1k>nurife pigeons' I "N" J !H(*,! dlinr""-VV, HF 11101-181. I


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L, 22 February, 1945 JAJC AIR NEWS Page Fiv

.,11 i Herd Visits With His Family. Here .,: The)Inquiring I I Subscriptions To

1 I Navy Relief May

iei ReporterQuestion I Hit Sum $10,000

i j Preliminary returns from the,
: ,Do you approve 1945 annual call foe Navy Relief
f the continuance of profes- indicate that the Society will receive
1 jt sports during wartime? well over $10,000 in contrl- 1
not, do you think sports buttons, according to an announce.
: ment by Chaplain O. C Weaver.

1 \ ( : I basis be with continued 4-Fs, on underage a lim- l j Active contributions campaigns officially for collectionof close

1 overage men, or would you 15 Feb., but numerous departments .
J sports entirely? continued collections

(The above question was through 22 Feb. List of contributions
1 .r I to date is as follows:
to than 0
1 more '
i i iI +I NAOTC $ 232.75
aboard this station Opin Y

I was unanimous in favor NAS Executive: Department 400.45!

the continuation of all A & R 564.T5

; Following are a few Communications 126.50
t on the subject.-Ed.) M-l Division 19D55!
A Ordnance &: Gunnery 6't.49
Personnel Department 26,79
(USMC), Chicago, 111.: Continue Physical Welfare Training &: 144.5''
by all means. If all non-
dkr Public Works 65.25
' activities were discon-
'H Supply 484.14
we'd have no movies, bowl- '
u Yard Department 15039ATD : '
golf, tennis, cabarets, etc., etc., 673.85 +,'
t tj Why pick *
: on sports VPB2 No. 1 1,153.65
-- -- Inspection, & Survey 12955'
j 1 1I EARL B. STOUT, S2c Detroit, NATTC 2,383.tiS
.: Why should a minority of I Naval Hospital 577.33
P Y k\ ca pessimists' whoever I NAS Green Cove Springs 791.54 +;
i are, single out sports as their Shipbuilding ((.Z bbs) 183.50
? Why don't they get after ---.--
wealthy 4-Fs who are not TOTAL $8, 35,8T
: t employed, and are idling their -'- it--
a at the winter resorts ? At -.
l It'* a far try from the torrid combat /ones In the Pacific to the friendly family environs of Jacksonville a 4-F ballplayer keeps him- Stilwell Sees China
but I.I. Comdr. AlIl'nV, Smith of the Oniniuney Bay recently announced as sunk, by busy and contributes some-
Navy apparently has another filer In the making In his family as Ix.t\Idenced by the Interest !' )' to the morale of service men Key War Battleground
j I' by Allen. Jr., aged 4, an he sat In the cockpit of a plane with hi* father here last week. At the left civilians alike. Personally I Washington (CNS)-Cen. Joseph '
t {U >lr.. Smith the former Martha Uolol'f'IItford' \ ; Martha1 Claire, aged.6, and the baby of the wait to get back to active W. Stilwell new AGF Commander
.. l.iiid{ Ihdores.Way in baseball when this does not think Japan can {
is over.RICHARD I be beaten until her armies in Chinaare 1
--0- engaged and defeated. He estimated
\ Is Mighty Close To BRUBAKER, Pfc I the Japs could put at least
(USMC), Cleveland, Ohio: Con- 4,000,000 men in the field in China.

I I Home As Lt. Comdr Allen I i of sports baseball men who of totals course.make less The up than major num the I changes in He the predicted Pacific in Army a but long Ground, no tough radical Force war

of rejects in one day's I training, which he said was fundamentally

1 Smith Can Amply Testify I call ado about all over nothing the ,country.if you : sound. for all theaters.
--- -- ----
I me. shut down for two weeks. Certainly
Sometimes we'ie inclined to --oj -- a minor activity such as
k I think that war is a long way from Navy's Greatest | GEORGE MILLER, Sic, Green- baseball which gives us all a lift
I the good old USA. In the 1 Feb. I Miss.: Just a slant on this should be continued.
I t'dltiolof! the JAX AIR NEWS a [ : I have a friend overseas ----0-
lengthy story was carried on Lt. Secret WeaponHas I The tribulations of migration I fills every letter with ques- MARTIN F. WELCH, Sic
f CRI.r.l1 n W. Smith, skipper of I wearying, and the trials of ,I about doings of his favorite (AMMr, Mt. Vernon, N Y.: Unfortunately
the Navy air squadron aboard the A BirthdayContinued from one barracks to another in professional sports Ob- there's no yardstickthat
escort carrier Ommaney Bay. I I well known to many a WAVE r"I I the service men want would accurately measure the
from Page 1 the station Let the continued I think '
Eatly last week it was announced value of sports to the service man
I that the Ommaney Bay I could not be accomplished withoutthe "who moved into four should be respected ,'I war workers and everybody who
hl been sunk. Wednesday afternoon loyal and tireless efforts of barracks swabbing and --0-- I reads the sports pages-as who.
4 of last week Comdr. Smith ( thousands of officers, enlisted men I I as they went, sigh with the W. E. JONES, AMM3c, Pacific, I doesn't? For me, this old world,
wa aboard this station, and on and civilian employees of the Navy, men who shouldered their gear 1 fo.: If a man isn't physically fit would be a dull place without the
Thursday, prior to his departure whose job it is to supply the Fleet." including bunks and lockets- war service and he's a good I I daily sports page.
Air Sta. week and changed residence athlete to .
from Jacksonville, he consented toMS Jacksonville Naval ( play professional --- ---
( ** for a photograph of himself lion's role III this nuuhlnery Is I barracks 585 to 582. more power to him. The G. E. WILLIAMS, Sic. Portland,
and t.l mUY. |! that of a major a>latioit supply Remember? athletes, many of them, are Ore.: Sports, in or out of war
All of which to I base, servingaval training fa- I "I'm all squared away now,' more for the war effort than will always have my approval.
just goes prove t'llltie In of the laggards who don't do a
a large part I could just find the other half -- ---
how close the war actually is to '
Moiitheastern 1'nlted States. Its my bunk!" work in a week. JOE GARRISON, Pfc. (USMC),
tli. U.S.A., and Jacksonville.
I re>"| onitibilitieit. are-on a smaller "Um? My bunk is all made, --- -0-- Birmingham, Ala.: I'm in hearty
I Comdr. Smith, skipper of the "I'all'-tltt' same as those the I dunno what I did with that ANTONIO G. FUSI, Pfc. favor of their continuance. Why
Navy air squadron aboard the ill. has the I (USMC), Wooster, Ohio As
Navy Supply\ Corps to up kit and it had my hair-do : an can't we leave decisions about the
f4tel 000-ton escort carrier Omiiii entire Navy It feeds, clothes in it, and lookit my hair!" veteran I was in a posi physical fitness of prominent athletes
invasion Luzon, levealed here and procures, stores and \Issuesall "How come there" are six the front are in favor of the boards, which have done a pretty
I that his most satisfying combat materials needed to keep the on your bunk ? of sports Who is bet honest Job in this war.
excellence was the shooting down I Naval Air Operational Trainingprogram "Whadda you think Dope? qualified to endorse their con- --_ -_-_
flames of a Japanese Zeke fighter In high gear other five belong to the other ? DOMINIC DI SANZO Sic
1 (plane while leading bombing I In paying a special sesquicen- -look somewhere else for yours! -- -- (ARM), Jersey City N. J.; I
and strafing attack against Negro I tennlal tribute to the amicable "Anybody seen my other shoe JOHN R RHOADES, S2c Wil wouldn't hesitate to state that
Island in the Philippines December business relationships which exist "Who put that suitcase on ton. Del.: Continue it-.why sports has given me and many an
R 15. I between Jacksonville firms and the I II clean spread?" ? What's all the to-do about other service man a big boost since
I In the same strike Comdr Smith I Navy supply department, .Capt. i iI "Anybody know where my I in this country? Why I donning the uniform and I can't
aai his squadron succeeded in destroying I William L. Patten said yesterday: I cat is ?" j American alr-rald on Germany wait to get back home and spend<
15 more Jap aircraft on "Ever since the Naval Air Station "Funny darned deal--place back the Nazi war effort more summer Sundays watching major
the ground. ; was put into commission in of men every daycome runt' if every American warplant league douMe-headeis. ,
a. ")Sut I still t.\.... those laps, 19\0, the relationships between the day, n,) men!" I t
'D ., toinething for what they did to Supply Department and the business I And remember? 1 !
the Oiiiiiiaiicy Hay" he Haiti houses of Jacksonville have I A WAVE with both arms ,
"*n there and Mart ghlng1 It to firms have on every occasion co- precariously topside \' "
of'' doors with foot-woik :i-i- 1
tht>IIl. l operated to the fullest extent fancy I
The commander expects to begin their ability--often amounting to That wee WAVE dragging
organizing a new squadron in personal sacrifice- futnish us suitcase practically her size
the near future Until then he and with the materials and services ing at a sturdy sailor who sat s x
hU family will visit with his wife's which we lequiied. watched serenely, and then
; mother" Mrs Blount Alford, Box 1 "We are very appreciative of ing, "Well, you big lug, why
1 No 22(5( Avondale Estates, Atlanta | this spirit of unselfish cooperation you bear a hand here7" The
Ga. They arrived In Atlanta. To a large degree it is responsible or looking surprised but :
i Mou'lay. for the success with meekly and grabbing the bag in .,
,. Next to his Negros Island raid, which the Naval flight training ham-sized fist Wee WAVE,
_, Comdr. Smith rates a torpedo attack program has been carried on jn this boiling matching him off t tr
5. Oct. 25, which resulted in the area" WAVE officer sourly '
In 4.t the "new" coke machine,
sinking of a Japanese cruiser. -- <------
r combat the commander flew both Less Meat In New York which the coin box has
Wildcat fighter planes and Avenger New YOlk (CNS)--Two meat- chopped the side tout apart, !
torpedo planes depending upon 'less days a week-Tuesday and In general appearing a* if it
time type of mission he was leading Fildayhave been decreed for all been used for a tank target i
Tlie sinking of the Ommaney the big city's lestaurants and eat A six-foot WAVE; with a
Bay which occurred while the earner ing places by the city administration 'I bundle of linen under one aim i'm'
was en route to Lingayen Gulf Exempt ate hamburger and a fluffy pink toy dog under :
t.) participate In the landings on frankfurter joints other. : :
found Comdr Smith in his The han'led.A explaining
Luzon: ---- -- -- I
\ room"When, I ammunition had been set on fireand the 100th time just WHY the ,-
the ship. was hit," IIP 40( mm, shells were blowingup I assignments are as they are, r < ,< < ;
sail, '"the walls caved In, smoke ( all around me but Innately II III then turning to hear the .. 'L ;'' 9
filial the room and I was hit on I I wasn't hit After I had spent !I question for time 1001. :ot f
the head by a piece of falling about 45 minutes In the water, I The WAVE officer's face An historic milestone wan passed this week at the Station War
d",+hrh. With the help of an en keeping afloat with the aid of a discovering that all the Office when the 300,000th. War Bond was sold over the counter
U..tman, whom I never learnedthe kapoc, I was picked up by a whaleboat equipment has been moved and First Sgt. Charlie II. Mattot by Lt, (Ur) Hutb. Channel!, assistant. !
Identity of I made my way from a destroyer," stalled correctly except the officer. The bond brought the total cash value of War Bowl
b. tM forecastle, where I was With Comdr. Smith In Jacksonville minor -( n) item of the telephone.Th Id across the counter since the establishment or the office to $10,-
given' first aid treatment. were his wife, the former 'collective awe and ) ,Mattox, attached to the guard company here U 'a native of
"I tried to be of some help but Martha Dolores Alford, and three (of all WAVES as the ,drying ( N. C., and a veteran of two and one-half 'yeam in the.
\'flU' ordered over the' side. I 'children Martha Claire, aged fix1; chine U first turned' f>n In the tiau I'WINc. looking ou as the War Bond li issued to Mattot U
climbed down the rope and dropped Allen, Jr;, aged four, and Linda, dry room and the "wishful r ier Clt'lrk't'n,_ Abbott, left, and Emeline Nlnuiwr,,Skle, who Is cneckine<<
10 feet Into the water. The ship's DoIIJrelf, ''aged' 18 months: 'Wonder It'll toast bread, too bond application a torn YF

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.. :. ..- ... :1':1. Head Golf Pros
Nelson And
"N' 'tclJ" .. ;; McSpaden .
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:...'..t c: R <', .'" :;. ,,.. .. "f.:. / In Match On Station Course Tuesday

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.:, .1;'.j : ,,"{'( ,i. '';..,;'\1- :.,. ),;.\;,:''' .. OW"C'"".. heads a quartet of par-wrecking: professional stars who'll meet

;x :...:: ., (::;,., 1.__, c .: "" ","! ,,:. four Navy golfers in an 18-hole exhibition match at 1530

,,. ..."_ .1.:.,.:../..: '.',,:{I' ,. .......'..._. ...... ',,; \Ho'II 11" ., Tuesday afternoon on the Naval Air Station course. -

By Bernard Kahn, Y3c !::4"N The all-star professional cast is comprised of Harold (Jug)

McSpaden, Tony Penna, Craig
In the last week or so the breezes entering
our manor Wood and Nelson, household namesin Naval Sports
barracks through the chinks between the window sills have f f:, golfdom.;

brought with them a breath of spring. A very faint breath, :it'\< Lined up against these Big

to be sure, but enough to support a hope that winter will not Berthas of the fairways will, be Head Visits

last forever and that the time is.not hopelessly remote when a Navy team from this station
of Jack Harvey, SpA( )
baseball spikes will scar the sunkissed diamond at Mason 2c made, ex-pro up at South Bridge, Station

Mass.; Lt. (Jg) Duke Sutherland
Field.Day dreaming about baseball put us to wondering If a sniff of former pro at Jackson, Miss.; Lt. Comdr. William R. (Killer)
spring had caused vague stirrings in the breast of a man who, for 19 A Ted Lenciyk, Hartford, Conn, Kane, noted Naval Academy athlete
years", was the master second baseman for the Detroit Tigers. That district titleholder, and Bl| and one of the outstanding fly.
would be Lt. Charley GehrInger, who reported aboard this station for Brandenberg, AMM2c, former Ing heroes of the war, toured the
duty,with the physical training department last week. pro at Columbus, Ohio. Station Tuesday and Wednesday

Gehringer is crowding now, an age when most men find their 4 Nelson comes here with an preparatory to making an inspection
of all NAOTC athletic active
engines wheezing:, a knock in both knees, a film across their battingeye amazing average of 69 for 36
and tattle tale gray above the temples. rounds of golf in nine tournamentsthis ities t))
winter. The Ohio Wizard's It is the first visit Comdr. Kane
Sk The Pride of Detroit was batting the breeze with Lt. Comdr. Law- has paid the
established him
as top
pence Haskell (Station PT Officer) when we walked in for a look-see consistency Station since
money winner in the golfing busi-
and an interview.
ness in 1944 with more than $40- he succeeded
"Sure, I'll play for the Fliers this season-unless there's a better 000 in prize cash alone and he has I Comdr. Frank
second baseman around," said Gehringer, grinning. The guy who's built a stack of currency totalingover I W I c k horst as
played more than 2,300 major league games, to say nothing of 20 $7,000 sInce Jan 1 of this head of the
'' World's Series and six All-Star classics, is in trim shape and he looks year, Naval aviation
more like a rookie of 24 than a veteran of 42. r physical and
Nelson and McSpaden are knownas
Gehrlnger is going to coach the Station Fliers, and $5:>> will get the "Gold Dust Twins" for be- military training .
you $100 that there isn't a second sacker around this neck of the tween 'em they dominated the golf : program on
woods who can even carry his glove. In fact, there's a helluva lot of sF scene, McSpaden, of Sanford, Me, 4 January.
major league managers with spavined 4-F"s and 17-year-olds on their has an average of 70,3 for the win The Navy
rosters this summer who will cast envious eyes at the Fliers, with Geh- ter season and his money earningsfor sports' chief is
linger on second. the still young year of 1945 a vigorous of exponent -

With Charley (er, Lt. Gehringer) on second and Alf Anderson, amount to over $4,000 Comdr. Kane time athletics war.

SpA)3c) ex-rittbburgh!! Pirate performer, picketing shortstop, the The special match at the Station having recently declared "there is,
fliers will have a big league double play combination, If they have course-which is free to all Naval no question in my mind about the

nothing else personnel-was arranged by Jack contribution of sports toward win-
The peer of modern second basemen has no desire to return to the Cummins, SpAlc( ) of the Physical nlng the war"
game after the war is won. Training Department, who is a Before taking over the athletic

t, "No, I don't care to go back in baseball, unless times get mighty former professional from the exclusive post, Kane spent many months of
hard," confessed the lieutenant, who owns a profitable partnership in Shawnee on the Delaware combat duty in the Pacific, during

a Detroit sales agency; not to mention the nest egg he salted away ..... -' links in Pennsylvania.Nelson which time he headed the famed
during his lucrative big league career. "All baseball offers is managing : off. "I McSpaden, Wood and "Grim Reapers" squadron, earned
coaching, the front office or umpiring after a fellow gets up in Here's teeing Penna are among the galaxy of the Navy Cross, two DFC's and
years And I surely don't want to umpire; that's too much of a lone stars entered in the Jacksonville the Presidential Unit Citation as!!
wolf existence, as far as I'm concerned." Open Golf Tournament running well as personally accounting for
Gehringer is easy to talk to, but he isn't talkative. Flier Cagers March 1-4 at the municipal course six Jap planes. He has made three
Apart from the immediate pressing problems pertaining to 1945 crash landings at sea.
operation of the major leagues, Gehringer said in the interview that it's --x:- A native of San Rafael, Calif.,
going to be extremely hard for pitchers in the service to regain their Smack Into Cane entered the Naval Academy
prewar status in baseball. Mayport'Vill' Field in 1929 and became a star in foot.
The Ted Williams, Stan Murals. Pete Reisers and other hitting ball, wrestling and track. The
stars will experience little trouble In picking up where, they left off, Top TeamsWith A Baseball OutfitThe towering commander was serving
but the same does not hold true for the ,chunkers, says Gehringer. Maypoit Naval Auxiliary as officer of the day at NAS Pearl
"Absence from the game is particularly tough on the pitchers now 25 victories in 29 starts Air Station will field a baseball Harbor on 7 December, 1941.
in military service," explained the ex-Detroit Tiger star. "It's not so you'd expect Sax Elliot to be fly team this summer, according to Escorting Comdr. Kane on hie
hard for outfielders and infielders to be away from competition. The ing a grin as big as an ensign'shat an announcement made by Lt A. tour of inspection will be Lt
p fact is being in the service for a couple of years won't be a great deal but the industrious Naval Air R. (Monk) Edwards, Mayport athletic Comdr. Russell Smith, NAOTC
D different than being out for a regular winter season. They have to Station basketball coach's brow is I officer Before being assignedto Athletic Officer, and other prom-
readjust themselves every spring, anyway, just as though they were furrowed In a deep frown. I Mayport, Edwards was associated inent naval athletic fIgures
starting all over. The Flier's future looks as blackas with the physical training --1--
"Unless a hitter is pretty ancient, he'll come right back But it'll the inside of a wolf to Coach Elliot department at this Station Special Golf Price
be hard on a pitcher, young or old Take Bob Feller, now in the Navy, for the Station quintet faces -':-- Tickets for service men for the
for example. It takes a pitcher years to perfect control and unless the tremendous task of embattling Jacksonville' $5000: Open Golf
they keep at it control is something you lose, especially a fellow like three of the best teams in the Louis In Alaska Championship which will be played
Feller, who had so much trouble with wildness when he started." country without the services of Staff Sgt. Joe Louis the boxing at the Municipal Golf Course
Quizzed about wartime baseball, Gehringer went to bat for the George Jones, lanky center. Jones champ, has a new APO-: Alaska March 1 to 4 are on sale at the
game and stressed the value of the American pastime as a morale has been detached. le's refereeing GI prize fight Welfare Office. They are pricedat
booster. The Fliers travel to Miami shows there 60c for service men
n "Baseball is going to the post this season, I think, but It's going/ Saturday for a tiff with the
r'' to be pretty rough," opined Gehringer, who is mild but not meek "If strong :Miami Naval Tars and
they pass work-or-flght legislation I'm afraid the major will have Tuesday the Navy cagers trek Ted Schroeder Of U. S. Tennis Fame

trouble. They are down to a slim margin now and can't afford to lose to Camp Lejeune (N. C.) to meet

many more men." the vaunted Marine team there.If Says Basketball Is The
4-F baseball Best GameLt.
Gehringer resents discrimination against players the Fliers are still In one
"There are as many 4-F's, or more, in any other profession," asserted piece, they'll return to their (jg) Ted Schroeder gets more
the infield ace, who was named on the American League all-star home courts here the following i fun out of playing basketball as an
club for six consecutive years. "I see no difference between a 4-F base- Saturday ((3 March) and play obscure substitute for the Station
ball player and a 4-F lawyer, but the ball player is bound to get talked the Norfolk Naval Air Station, : Fliers than he does playing the
about because of the publicity he receives." currently ranked as the best club game which won him national
When Charles Gehringer wore the duds of the Detroit Tigers; he
In the country. fame and put his n. :o in the "
won a reputation as a popular and a pleasant star and he's still livingup That winds up the 1944-45 bas- sports page headlines
to it in the Navy ketball schedule for the Station. Schroeder won the United States
The Fliers felt the absence of I sIngles tennis title in 1942 by defeating -
Jones Tuesday when they were FrankIe Parker in the national f))
thrown for a loss by the sharp finals; and in 1940 and '41
shooting St. Augustine Coast the team of Schroeder and Jack
Guards Stars at St. Augustine, 60 Kramer held the U S. doubles
to 52. The tall Coast Guard team championship,
hogged the ball off the backboardsand "I stayed with tennis because

i 8w dominated the action Sparkedby I was too small for other sports,"
Dave Kaiser the Fliers chal. says the 150-poiuul Glendale,
x lenged St. Augustine late in the Calif., .)'outh. -But I like basketball -
game and narrowed the lead to two b<>tt."

Continued on Page Seven Schroeder played tennis and basketball -
at Stanford.
--" -
The war has put a serious crimp
Is in the 1942 titleholders' tennis activities -
Camp Lejeune and he's been so busy with
the Station Fliers and flying that
Star "Loaded"When he hasn't had a racquet in his
hands for six months. In fact,
the Station Fliers battle Schroeder has participated in only
:. the Camp Lejeune Marines on the one tournament since he entered
,., basketball floor Tuesday night in the Navy three years ago, ,having a..w ., ,a
< ': North Carolina, the Navy quint served at sea aboard a destroyer vff
\ will be taking on an outfit that for 18 months lie switched to ., L
< calls itself "the team of Ail- aviation last year.
) Americans." The 23-year-old ace does not ex. Ted Schroeder

,", The Lejeune Leathernecks number pect to return to serious tennis "tennis bum" to most court stare.61'-.
among their victims such top playing after the war. is like waving a red flag in front Ylj ;1'
teams as North Carolina Preflight "I've'got a wife now, and she of a bull. Sports writers coined 'I 4,
/ : and the Cherry Point Marines. tells me she likes to eat," says the "tennis bum" label and applied
Camp Lejeune's lineup lists T Schroeder, "and you can't do It it to the haughty, lazy set of
Wesley Bennett, playing coach, na- plajlng tennis. If I thought\ I who
young racquet prima donnas
tt k 1" ion's leading scorer several seasons was the best! of course, i\\ |,,rnr'lfMona't dominated the game In the '30's. I
a+ k, e I' ago for Westminster (Pa4 but I tlon't think I "Thoee guys who played the
College Jack Maddox, All-Amer- will." '
; all tennis
game year around were .1
i : : \ Ica giant from West Texas Teachers Schroeder) hopes to play a little bums," asserts Schroeder;; "but '
of 1842 Bob Mulvihill, Ford- tennis this
;; summer. 'But right they UBLTA r
were eradicated. The
arr Charley Gehrloger Isn't wearing the duds of,the Detroit Tigers son, John Marshall star; Paul Do. \ ,J r,.can take," he says.; ,: laugh, eight 'weeks of touring 'a year
naval lieutenant be still looks at home natof, NYU, and Red Port of Pitta- in #; '
+ y( now but In the uniform of a and that stamped' ou{ the tennis +,
.adUnl' a baseball bat at the Station PT department. burgh. More mention of the expression.a bums

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22 February, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven.

WAVES Ripple Officer Of Week 1 '
Basketball ,vfAnr'
: ? ItOMMUHl
The Ribbons Continued from Page 1 [I U&

was promoted to lieutenant, Junior 'e
Standings .,,. =- .0- .
grade. J --:: -...-,: .:.- .
f or 13 Wins Next he was transfered! to the :

USS Maryland in June, 1929,
The WAVES are still riding : Major League spending two years as a turret

"S w. L Pet officer During this tour of duty,
high, wide and handsome on the Marine
Fighter 14 0 1000
the Maryland won the fleet whale- IN ACTION
Seaman DIED
of Guard JO 3 ,769"lnRGal1ey
crest a victory wave.
9'i 4 ,714 boat sailing trophy at San Pedroin

By copping three games this A VF5 <) 5'y :..83J 600 September, 1030. Detached- in America is proud of its fighting men. of those

past week, Coach Verla Hill's Station Marine Barracks 7 6 :.538 June, 1931, he reported to the who are soldiers of battle, meeting the enemy on
WAVES basketballers VM 4 10 .286 Naval Training Station, San Pedro
ran up VPB :H, 9 ..308 as personnel officer, and later distant seas and on strange, remote fields and

their win string to 13 straight, but Personnel 0 13'a .000 was made selection officer He remained of those who are Soldiers on the home front, forgingthe
the girls In blue had some mighty (Afternoon League) there until May, 1933,
battalions of freedom.
anxious moments, for they Dispensary! 30 2 :.833 when he reported to the USS
cap .6.16
Boathouse Comdr. James P. Farnham Head of Administration
5'a! 6 ..500 Omaha as forward gun division officer ,
tured two of the tilts hair-rais-
Corsairs S 1 .500 I Not long afterward he was for the Naval Air Operational Training Com-

ing one-point margins. Docks-Filers O & G 0 31 6'4' :.455.000 named senior assistant engineering mand, wasa Soldier on the home front. His heart,
The WAVES achieved their 11th officer. He was again pro-
his brain and his effort enlisted for the
every were
win by shading the Gulf Life sex Minor League moted in the spring of 1934, becoming
a two striper. duration in the mighty task of bringing a new dawnof
tet 25 to 24. The WAVES led 23. W. L. Pet
Salvage 6'a\ 1 .875 Back in the days Ricketts was freedom and liberty to a war torn and chaotic

r 13 going into the last quarter. Then Seaman Guard HU 2 ..85VPU serving on the Mervine, he did world. On the evening of Sunday, February 18,
: 11 3 786
Bernice Walton work and liked it. By now
caught fire for Parachute Loft 7 6 ..538Ship' supply 1945, Comdr. Farnham succumbed from a heart at.
he was convinced that he preferred
the Gulf gang and almost snatchedthe Service 3't 10 26
Personnel 5 0 .000 this type of duty, and he made tack.
victory away from the Station. application for a transfer to the Comdr. Farnham died in action. He died for his
Walton scored 13 points, 11 of 'em Officers' Leaguew. Supply Corps. He was among
country no less than did those Americans who lie
In the last half. Bobbie Innis those selected from a large group
L Pet
t)) aged 11 points and Skip Moore Marine Fighters 9 2 .818 of applicants, and in September, i sleeping in the deserts of Africa, the fierce junglesof

dropped In 10 for the Navy. VK5 VPB 6 6 3 4 .667 1935, he was detached from the Guadalcanal, or the ravaged villages of Europe.
Moore's Basket Wins Operation i 8 200 i Omaha and ordered to the Finance He was part of the army of free men who dedicated
their Administration : and Supply School at the Phila-
Facing toughest oppositionof 2 9 182
themselves to the work of free and
great creating
the season last Saturday, the delphia Navy Yard. Upon completion
WAVES barely beat the strong 30-40 leaguew. of the course, Ricketts wentto democratic world. The radiant day of Peace and Vic-

Pepsi Cola team of Jacksonville by L. work in the disbursing office at tory was hastened because of his contribution.The .

the identical score of 2524. The NAOTC lO' 1 % the yard. Then' came an assign. loved of Comdr. Farnham well be
ones can
Cola VM 6'y 3',3 636 ment to the Naval Aircraft Fac-
Pepsi girls, rated as one of
VPB 3 fI ..333Supply proud of him. lie American who died in the
was an
the best girls' clubs in the south, 3 7 030 tory, also in Philadelphia, in November
trailed by 21.18 as the fourth quarter Ships Service 2 4(4( :286 1936. service of America-and of the whole world.
Public Works 1 6 .143 The was ordered to NAS
began.: Then. the .civilian l lassies -.......- Pearl Harbor captain in December, 1937, .-- J .. .
staged': an attack that cut theWAVES' ,' I
.. .
and stores -
as storage outgoing "' -
lead with the speed of a
buzz saw and near the end of the Athletes In For officer. Then! a lieutenant, he was

game the score was deadlocked at upped to lieutenant commander a At Ball
few months afterwards. Back to Royalty
23-23. The
Navy's beskirted bas- Duration & Six
keteers surged in front when Skip the mainland he went in December ." w _....,._. N,._ _...,. ,._'_M.__. .__ .__
1939, to outfit the USS Tip-
Moore sank a field goal that off Athletes may not be discharged
at the :Mare Island Navy
s set a foul shot made the from the Marine pecanoe
:psi Navy, Corps or
Yard. An oil tanker, he served asher
Colans. Moore banner Coast Guard unless their
enjoyed a cases are officer until
supply January,
evening, canning 14 points. reviewed by superior officers in 1941, when he left to become sup-

It was' easier going Tuesday Washington, according to a press ply officer of the USS Augusta "
{, when the WAVES visited St. Au- announcement made last week. which was later made flagship of \

gustine and torpedoed the SPARS, Secretary of the Navy James Admiral Ernest J. King, then com Mi1ZQ

.- 36 to 13. Forrestal, himself a former athlete mander in chief of the Atlantic.
The schedule this week calls for issued the order which indicates Fleet.

the WAVES second team to play. that few, if any, athletes in As supply officer, Hicketttt

Camp Blanding WACS here Fri. Naval service will be released before had his men make up 3,000 .. .
day at 1900 while the undefeated the war ends. packages which were distributedto AL 'Tflfv
varsity crew will battle the Jax
the British tars setting on
Forrestal's ruling, similar to the
Coca Cola club hue Saturday at War the ships In the Prime Minister's
1930 one issued by the Department
recently, also applies to Naval per party. The packages containedan
.r apple, an orange, a banana, a
sonnel who have been prominentIn
half-pound of cheese and a car-
the entertainment world-stage, I7ta
Flier ton of American cigarettes. : 1'oY'
Cagers screen and radio stars.
Assigned to shore duty again,
The SecNav, according to United '
Ricketts to the Bureauof
Smack Into Press, said the order was occasioned reported
Supplies and Accounts as assistant
by "adverse public
to the aviation supply divisionin
and criticism" to the discharge
April, 1942. While assigned
Top Team of certain
nationally prominent
there, he accompanied Admiral
Continued from Page Six persons_from military. --A service. Richard E. Byrd on an inspection

points. The Coast Guardsmen: in tour: of advanced Pacific bases as
top form, fattened up their lead Chief Hambrick Goes 3u Sanda representative. He later
again with a strong closing rush. visited air stations on the west "
The Station handed St. Augustine On Basketball BingeWalter coast and in the Caribbean and jf
.. Panama areas for the Aviation
,. its only Joss of the season Hambrick, Chief Athletic Supply Division of the Bureau. In :

earlier In the season by a score Specialist of this Station, playingfor October of 1942, he was promotedto '

of 47-38. St. Johns Shipyard, set a. new commander.
: The St. Augustine struggle was Victory League scoring record Assigned to the aviation supply ; "

1'- the fourth game of the week for Monday night in the downtown office as assistant aviation supply !'

..' the Fliers, who won the other three basketball league by bucketing 38 officer at the Naval Aircraft Factory )

with ease. points as his team smashed the In April, 1943, he aided in its
1' Lake City Naval Air Station NAS civilians S9-46. Hambrick, move to its new and present location -
f. proved to be a pushover as the former Moorehead State Teachers in North Philadelphia. His .

; Filers coasted to a 76-33 verdict tar, is the leading scorer in the next Job was as supply officer of

tf with Joe Tiosper bagging 13 Victory loop. the new USS Wasp which was beIng -

points. ---......-- outfitted at Quincey, Mass. .,. t
;, Likewise, Lee Field found Itself 5 f
ti Caddies Wanted This task lasted from September I
no match.for the Station. The Lee
1943 till March 1944 when he was f
All caddies with previous experience -
cagers, outclassed and outmanned, his role Y
assigned to present on
t':; were subdued by a 67 to 32 tally. who would like to caddie in the staff of Rear Admiral A. C.
the golf match to be played here :
4 The Fliers skyrocketed into 21-3 lcFall.. :Meanwhile, in December, 1
on the station Tuesday, Feb. 27, at S. >
lead before could I
you say "pay 1943, he was selected for the rankof
ti: day," and the visitors were never 1530, contact Lt Forsberg at the I captain.
in the Welfare Office It will be an opportunity I t
running. Bill DeMars Captain Rickets was married to 1: S
:. plunked in the ball with deadly to caddie for Byron Nelson the former Catherine Ambler of'' /

') &0. marksmanship, collecting 17 Craig Wood, Jug McSpadenand Coronado, Calif, on 9 October

Y'points, while Charlie Hunsinger Tony Penna. 925. They have two sons, James

netted 16.B1ythevUle. -'-"""1-- D.! Jr., aged 18, a seaman second-
(Ark.) Army Air Flying WAVES class at radio technical school at *

.. Base flew here Monday night for NAAS, Whiting Field, Pensa- Treasure Island, Calif; and David

1 a game, but the khaki airmen were cola, Fla.-The Whiting WAVES J.. aged 18. who is attending I 1L
grounded on 'the basketball floor. aren't angels, but they have wings. s hoot :Mlddletown, Del. The "
The Fliers pinned a 69deteat The WAVES basketball club will Ricketts make their home here at King and Queen of Hearts at the Naval Hospital's ValentineBall

t on Blytheville in a slambangscrap. fly to New Orleans for a game, 1816 Mallory Street. were Dick Patrick, PhAISc, and Sunny Porter, PhMSc. The dance
The game was spotted as and the team is also booked to The captain's chief interests in was held at the hospital on Feb. 14, for the corpsmen, WANES and I

a polka dot tie, with 46 fouls being trek to Corpus Christi for another his leisure time are golf, swim Marine Guard. Chief Bennett's orchestra, from Malnslde, furnished

called,' 30 of 'em on the Navy. court clash in March. ming, and bridge. the music.

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I. I II I Extension 766-OR Gossip Can Be A Dirty Word And
Employees'I News I

I Editorial Offices I To Answer Or Not Often Splits Friendships Apart

Personnel Relations Office Bldg.. 13 I II ,
I Telephone' Extension 8885( To Answer 'PhoneBy --- --- ----- -- ttiN S-l>e|>artiitent Main Offloe

The Civilian Employees News, a two-page: section of the Jax Al i Dorothy S. Sharp Reporter| .
News, is devoted (Ito reporting the newt of the Naval Air Station'i Dorothy S. .Sharp There was a good article In ..
I Civilian Employee and is sponsored by thetmllloJ'ees' If you have telephoned today recent magazine that really hits .
I And found it strange to hear I home for some of us, and bring,
Association for Civil Service Employees II
Oltl'trsWllI1am Two voices say unitedly: "Inspection 3SALTS'i II I us to startling self-"revelation.

I O. Klncald President Phillip D. Myeis, Treasurer and Survey" ;1 ) I Have you ever stopped to think
Polly Vetter, Secretary how many of us spend all our span _
I Directors Or if by any chance you may time -and even working hours-
:Martin Mel C. Jackson Have called upon this line, discussing and criticizing other
George H.H.McKinley Donald A. Woods But waited long and ,never heard: i people's affairs ? How many four
"Inspection and Survey" hours in idle, malicious
Phillip! D. MjersDaniel Kenneth :M. McDuffie Leoki Jones are spent -
Whiddon William O. KincaiJ gossip? .
R. Polly Vetter If nothing seemed to reach yon Mrs.. Essie likes (public Have you\ ever tried recalling a
But sounds of human breathing Voucher) was thrilled to receive i a recent conversation with your
News Reporting( Staff Some word of explanation is very phone call from her son Judson, bosom" pals ? How many of your
''I Assembly and Repair: likely due: who had just arrived in San Diego friends were "torn apart," how:

Maintenance I _........._...........".........._..-................."....W a It e I' Riviere from overseas duty, where he has; many juicy tales did you repeat,
Accessories .............?......_.............................-...............VV. T. MartinI Two telephones on the line 766 been stationed for nearly three how many harmful stories did you
I Metal and Machine.._,......_......Delma E. Register, "Slim" Hyler are hidden from each other by a years He is a Captain in the Ma. listen to eagerly? Stop to think!

i Engine Overhaul ..._..."................................_............Lillian Lindsay huge post in the,center of the Main tine Corps and will arrive in Jack.' If you could not honestly repeat
Progress ............................_._............................................Tom Quinn Office, and a person sitting at the sonville soon to spend some time what was said to the person criticized
Aircraft Overhaul .....................................................Amelia Drawdy one desk near the telephone isn't with his mother the criticism was definitelynot
; Interim Overhaul ..............._..."...___...................."...Laura Adams always quite certain whether or And, in speaking of sons, Mn s. constructive, so you have no
I Production Eng. ................._.....................,.......................Don Ragin not the person across from her has Sadie Evans is looking forward to excuse How many of the things
Production Eng. ..........."........_.............................._......_...J. H Silver answered the other telephone ]her son's transfer to this station said were absolutely trueand.
Inspection and Survey: Debates I after a year's absence. even if they were, what good did

M & M, Accessories .........................".........................Ruth C. Ralsch There was an interesting noon. Glad to welcome' Mrs. Anna Conrad you do in repeating them? Didn'. t
Assistant< Mortalty time discussion in the Main Office you rather hurt the people by..
back at work again. Mn s.
I I Aircraft Oxeihaul.............."_........"....................Muriel E. Mitchell lot so long ago. The subject?- :Conrad has been ill with a very doin'g ?
Supply Depaitment......................:.............................Piiscilla GlennA dentists! Mary Glerhart, Betty I bad cold missed you, Anna! Dlto None of us cares to admit that
I & R Depts...................Oia L. Dixon, R. Gagnon, Sara Veiner Sprague, and John Ffnenco, Jr., goo t Lavelle Welch. he is an "average" person, but are
; Mary Markham VV. E. Schneider Charles Ray the same dentist, and were com- we not perhaps below average if

Public Works Dept......................................................Ethel Shanahan paring notes on dental technique Wondering why Margaret! J<:d- we persist in wasting valuable timePursuing 1
Ethel Mathews, Louise Abraham and the comparative values of inlays wards and Millie Kelly are MO! such a profitless, harmful ,
ti Caroline Howell, Barbara Faulkner I J JI and ordinary fillings; talkative happy then days? \\ell Mill let pastime* Let's put in a good 1

I Supply Department ......................................-...........................Leola JonesThere's dentists, or quiet, concentrating you in vn a "secret leaves areIn day's work--a full eight or nine
dentists; the use of Novocaine order! Margaret and her hours and have a perfectly clear
or the lack of it, The whole thing I husband are going Atlanta\ for conscience for a change! }
was brought about by a deviation a few days, while! Millie in. going i .
from Mr Finenco's usual diet of I to Minnesota to visit her moth

I A Lighter Side doughnuts and coffee. He tried a j! er Better' carry I hone, coat These Men Serve i
fig cooky with the result that part with you (.au..e betiha It'll be i
Packed Bus of his tooth broke off on a I cold I
Even On (
; heedless to say, he has st'ed'i Elizabeth Japour (Issue) told us On Double Duty
his diet of doughnuts and coffee I he other day that her brother,
SsUI'PLY INSI'KCTIOV1'rivtilU I had been awarded the Pur
-- -- --'- Teddy, i
Glenn Reporter Long Anticipated pie Heart. He was wounded in"lance I For Uncle'Sanl
You know riding a bus now. I) Oh, Brother! and was in the hospital for

adajs is really fun if one looks at lly Dorothy S. Sharp a. while but she tells us that he is By Ethel >l. Shanaha.ii
it in the right way. If you're 'feel- I I iVb[ ( ) Party Will Brirrr. Brrrr. Brrrr. Brrrr. well again and back in there pitch.Ing' Hip, hip, hooray--.three cheers

in' low" one of these days, just Hello Mrs. Ramsay ? This isPete. (!and all that there) for the U S.
take a little bus ride, and you'll Could I speak to my wife, Gussie Campbell (Delivery) sent Coast Guards Volunteer Port Seurity .
1, see what I mean Let me call'' Be Feature EventBy please'?' Sure, I'll wait. (Joe, for I his, 111 poem up the other day : Force. We are truly proud
your attention to some of the pity's sake, quit shoving on that ,think it's something to keep in ot our co-workers for the splendid

things that happen on a wartime I Ethel '1. Shanahan door I'll only take a sec and then ;:mind. I work they are doing and the cue
operating city bus. I kin "The Art of Getting Along"Sooner operation they have shown in proecting .
Here is the NEWS you've been' you use the phone. She's on
I or later a man, if he Is
As one gets on a bus downtown,, I waiting for: "The Public Works the upper deck and the landlady'scalling the "Home Front. The
rise discovers that business life
r one usually sees it pretty well Party for IVb) Employees'!!" The her. Be a good guy and Public Works Department boastsf
Is i a mixture of good days and bad,
with human the following members of this
packed and jammed close the door. : >
) I
preliminary plans for the coming
cargo. In that case, one must event are'now being formulated Hello, honey? Say, I just got victory and defeat give and take.I organization: W. H, TAYLOR L,
I He learns that it doesn't
aboard and C. A. TOSKE. J. M. SAWYER:: C.
cheerfully squeeze a hot tip! Aww
aa to time, place, food, refresh. ( please, Joe I
be sensitive soul-- that he should
member that we're no better 1'1'-1 meats, etc. It is to be hoped that close: that door. Be ,a good eggii! I ; :let some things go over hilt head A. TOVEY, F. N. CAYLOR Walter -
sardines before St Patrick shows his green What? No Doris. I didn't call ,, : HOAG W M MORRIS arid
like water off duck's back.
Observe, now. as the people that the PARTY will be past his- you an egg. Listen, I got the word a L. O. THORNBURG from the DeIgn -
He learns that he who loses his
their destinations, and there's a I tory. The following committeeswere on an apartment. Nope, it isn'tway I Section In the Maintenance
little more room, what happens appointed: General Chair. out and you Won't have to goon I temper usually loses. we have C E ROGEKS.: Howell
1 hat girl and boy make a rather man-Ethel Shanahan: Finance a wild goose chase.I hope! It's He learns that all men have TISON, Jr". Claud R. GILMORE: ,
Theirs 'burnt toast for breakfast, now and J f. W : R."M.
observation NKTH. ::
amusing Maintenance no scuttlebutt this time either. I
and Aicountiiifr, Mr. Corse, then and that he shouldn't
U the next Mop. Here they !go, ; Mr. Caylor, Design; Mrs know you planned to go downtown, the other fellow's grouch too Brantley ROSIER Herbert, NELSON :: -
( now She just has reached the Shanahan, Design. Amusement but rayon stockings will always bethel se'I'I and Paul DeBEVOISK
door' and he follow, In the \aln e! lously These men joined the Port Security
and Entertainment, Miss Joseph,
He learns that the
r attempt/ to overtake her and Okay, I'll get to the point. You quickest way Force in August 1943. and
Ad. Bldg; Miss Coffman Utilities; lo become
is to
helji her off Instead, she al- know that Smith who works next unpopular carry since that time have served six
Miss Davis, Ad. Bldg Programand
tales and about
ni"<.t talk out getting off Ilrtt. I Publicity, Mr Dawson, Inspec. to me in the shop He got his ore He learns gossip that it doesn't others.matterso I hours every fourth night-( p.m.
and lie looks rather embarrassed.Hear dens and will be shipping out in a to midnight one night and mid.
tion Mr. Sandler, Design Mr Me-
; ; much who the
I gets credit so :
that couple behind us ? : night to 6 am. four nights later--
few His
1 days. landlady doesn't I
Daniel, P. W. Lab; Miss Dunn, long the business shows I
is a profit
Listen: putting in a total l of from N.t' ) to
even about it yet. Naw, I
.Contract, Miss Faulkner, Housing. He learns that
I' carrying a chip
"But honestly, honey, I couldn'thelp I ergot to ask about the rent and 800; hours to date.
The Committeemen are all very ()n his shoulder is the easiest way
it. The bus jerked""Well how many rooms what's the diff, we all know that we are
I don't care if she wan busy, so get ready your best "bib It only we kin get some home to get into a fight 'I pretty tired at the end of an eight
good looking. You could have I and tucker" and polish up your ooklng eggs without grits! He learns that buck-passing always hour day, but from now on whenwe
1 kept her from falling on your lap." II dancing shoes for scuttlebutt has Here's the word. Rush right over turns out to be a boomerang,, I feel like complaining about our

tl "But, sweetheart, I didn't mean it that prizes are going to be offered there and talk to the landlady and that it, never. pays. 8-hour week or worse yet -
for "best and "best --
'- i' Jitterbug" Break the news easy so's we don't staying away from work withouta
Well, look here! A seat-.staring waltzer. More about the "doing"in get: Smith in trouble, cuz he's a really good cause, let's try to roe
you in the face, Look out!! i the next issue!! good 'Joe.' If everything's oke, r WMC Regulations member these men who are Serving.

You'll never make it if you don't i Forrest Wood, Electrical, has or then pay that ten bucks down that I To NAS so loyally in the cold and in the
hurry Oh oh! I told you to hur I had a lucky penny and for over a you got from me last night and Apply I rain (and the weather is ALWAYSbad

ry. Straighten your hat, noW. year, as a result, won free cokes. /e'll move in as soon as possible.Got Did you realize: on "duty" days!) and In edition
You'll have another chance i The penny was stolen with malice it ? Okay, okay, jus' theckin' 1. That the Naval Air Station to their vital war jobs In
leak at that woman with all 'i aforethought, and "thief" immediately up! I'll call you back--here's the II"I considered an essential aotlv- I order that the regular Coast Guard
of those bundle. low how in won with the newly acquired address. I Its by the War .Mtuimwer| ('011II men may join in the actual fight
the world did .he ever get on? I coin from former holder of Brrrrr Brrrrr BinningHello, I llllHsioil! for our freedom with the assurance -
Oil, driver joti'>e lotted the door said piece. honey? I didn't expect you to %. That at an essential activity j that the HOME FRONT 1I.i.
ton ....on. Mie'ii, aught her foot Our new P. W employes are answer the phone. What's the the War Manpower t'oiii- | SAFE in the beat hands!!!" ,.
in the door, and l III she angry! i still coming in and here is the word ? Okay, I'll lstenBorry mission' requirement and reMtrUtlon .

Come on, driver please let's go. ; latest crop: John A. Eckles, Electrical I you're all tired out. You went to are very much In M.M.S.IndA.Department
Oh, so it won't go unless that man ; Mary Keim, Ad. Bldg; the house It looked nice and the fact' I"f'I'I
y gets oft of the door mat, huh I Maryanne J<:. Milton, P. W. Files; landlady was home Swell! I S. That you may get In .
1 There. now, he caught on. He' Milas H. Niederle, Arch Section. told ya she wouldn't know about water" if you quit your job? I I
off of the mat. That woman driver i Our people who have left us: his leaving. What'd she say? See :jour I'erHonnel Officer If

i certainly is patient Off we go! Eileen Faulkner (to marry), Crystal Didn't want a working wife your circumstances make It Imperative
I What's that the driver's telling I Ryan (to go with husband- Didn't want anything below a i for you to work else
that fellow My goodness, he transferred), Joyce Biewend, to Chief ? Was afraid of loud parties? I where 1)1 MIIS* your situation. Of I and S
shouldn't smoke In this crowd! I fit. Petersburg', Gordon Strode Did you tell her I'm usually so with him to avoid getting yourself
My, isn't that a pretty evening designed) lead tired we couldn't entertain ? "fouled up." Wherever Kulh lUlsdi, Reporter
dress that just got on? Vhat"!! 110",11I1the| X81tlIr Another
First Class Yeoman B. G. Dock- -- she didn't want a work- | Stationwill eight-week hitch gone
Why doesn't that girl give that j rell is! back in civilian life in his ing wife cuz she might leave the cooperate with you to the and find ourselves this much near-
tired war worker a seat? She's old job, out of uniform, after a dishes around and not clean up the fullest extent YOU must do el' to Victory over all our eng.
been sitting all day. ( deep-sea fishing vacation. dace ? Then what ? She had to your share, however.KKfJVKULKSS \ miss. Mr. Fowler came through
Say, little boy you look like thteacher < talk to her husband and you should I ; OPIIVT with another $1.000 War Bond thin
overrated your mental abil- --- --- ie back with references' Then YOU AUK: DOING, YOU .\iiR: wP't'k.' Nice going Pop! Our dear .
ity. You must have had homework At SUpan a Jap mortar shell what happened? You went back J<:sstX'l'l.Sl'ICI{ UTI1I -tment-is proud of you.
In every subject tonight. Won 1, I blew off the arm of a Marine and.-WHATT-"Oh, Brother! Shelecided 1IIK; IOIS!! | We welcome Mrs. Muriel Mitch.
you let me' help you with those sleeping In a foxhole and he did not to rent it any more cuz __ ____ ell and Mr Charles H Haynes, of
books ? I know what it is to have I not know it until a friend woke I,, It's too much''' work ? Okay, bye, Discharged WAVE Gets lAnding Gear Shop, into our dn-
my aims ache from carrying all him up and told him. The wounded honey. I'll let you know if anything artment Both of these persons
of those books ,especially when' I Marine explained later: "I was else cooks. GI\ Loan Of $2000White are experienced and capable( Inspectors .

standing.The so tired out, I didn't even feel I it" -v -----+--- l having been attached to
driver is pleading with us Behind this simple statement we Outfits Plains, N. Y. (CNS- Aircraft Overhaul for some tlmofrs. ,' fD)
to "cuddle up a little closer." I' can read all the bitter fightingand Veteran Get Former Ens Anna T, Hayes, who :\ Mitchell, you( remember, isthe

Somebody wants to get on. Golly,, grueling hard work the Marine Furlough PrioritiesThird recently was honorably discharged first woman inspector, that won
we're! packed so tightly that we I and his buddies had done to reach from the WAVES is believed tobe employed here We are indeed
coaldn't possibly fall down. Any. : such a stage of weminess This Is Army Front (CNS) A the first service woman in the I tortunate.
body that fainted would have to a thought for all of us to bear In priority on furloughs has been es- nation to receive a government. : While leaving the drafting room.cently
wait to have room to. fall. mind--at those moments when our ablUhed In the Third Army. Asresult guaranteed loan under the GI Billof ; the following wan oh-
Listen, lady, I don t mind your war jobs seem, unusually tiresome. a divisions which have been I Rights. She was granted a'loan 'I served hanging the door. It in
standing, close to me, but just remember Remember" the Marines get tired "longest overseas will get first totaling IT.4M!' by the White' a sign worthy of mentioning, and
I'm here. You have me t'OJ! rack at those 30-day trips to the Plaint Federal Saving and Loan, il,s thought we might, welt Consider:
of Stiltell. The Fifth Division, first association (* 'private this '' '
dodging that long package yours --- -------- --- lendingfency j'In room >
every time you turn the least bit. Here you are,' sunny, tike your .nierican ..division! oversea?: wontop ) with\ \tWhk-U! live'will 'Talk all day 1"r'lt you carat '
Mister! would you be kind book.. We've already passed my l priority Previously; chase and operate st horsing I t hoop '
enough to look out of the window stop Oh, well! Thj walk'll d> ,di .:
and tell me where we are? Really? me good. i, aIt veteran outfit. of the loan [>>n't talk'shop any of the thn


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Talented Artists Do Stuff In Sign Shop Sis A In BROTHER'S going with a COMPLAINT sailor Years With Navy, '

At first it didn't faze us.
But now the family's talk la full Still 'Works For

of sailors' salty phrases.:

I We all found it rather hard It As CivilianWe

j To follow all his speech,
talk different on board
For they
have a_very interesting"old:
I ship salt" aboard the U. S. Naval Air
Than do "on the bea<'l1"For
Station, namely Mr J. W, Carson,
Chief Clerk of the Personnel Re-
when it comes time to eat
lattona Division and Recorder of
I He sings out "chow" for food
the Labor Board Mr Carson saw
And always "stows it down the

j Which Grandma says is rude

When talking duringdinner
He talks like other boys
calls lettuce r ..
Except he "grass"
And celery just plain 'noise." ,
t c His salty talk is slangy <", ,J))
i And hard to understand.He \ :.'
1Nnne, calls the canned milk "h'oncow" I
a r -
... :
And sugar he calls, "sand," t'
j "' :r: :
His many names for coffee {

j Are certainly for a joke
I He calls it everything from "mud"

"' : To "Joe" and plain "Jamoke" .Ii
"' I
4,: >', \< ;\: The spinach he calls "Popeye," ,

,.., ,,,, And Grandma always '
squirmsTo "
,<>, A
q.:,,' .'' "'-' < I
> If. -, --> >' ,.'Y-._." .......:k'._&.j',3.........". _!_,_ hear him ask for spaghetti
Every A &. R worker has seen And says "throw me the the first light of dawn on July 12,
many fine examples of the artwork painting advertising material photographer\ called, Mr. Griffith | wot mif:* 1891: and was very rightfully botn
done in a small but always One of his veiy able and talented freed( In substitute for him, but In the month In which we celt*

busy little loom In the Plant Division co-workers is WAVE ALDENE H, was anxious:: that credit for the The chickenhe calls "sea gulls," brate Independence Day, becausehe
Officially Ills designated as Lyon, Sic, of Medina, Ohio. MissLvon'a painting he given to his coworker I The ketchup is "red lead. has been contributing to "thecause"
swift and excellent : who actually di' this "KeiuI I since a mere lad of 17 years.
"Shop 14S1, but more commonly lettering The waffles are "collission mats"While
Mr Carson enlisted in U,
brandt I the S.
known as the "Sign Shop.1 Woik- work Is a very impot Cant factor In I "punk" ig mother's bread,
ers who have made use of the new turning out really good signs, in Although this shop is small, the I I Navy on Sept. 19, 1910, and remained -
amount of work it turns out is tremendous I II ,on active duty until April
shop name and number signs to large numbers, on very short notice Filed fish la "pedio pork chops",
10, 1931 which
date he
The on wutl'ansfel'led
guide: them around the hugh A & R the common rule of this shop recent teorganlza- I "Sea dust" is the name for salt; I
tion of the A & R Depa I tment to the Fleet Reserve.Hu ..
Plant, or have seen the caricatures When he called pepper "fly specks"I
Another worker, and l a fine I called for lettered signs giving I came up through the ranks
of Hitohito and Hitler, which were artist, i I" M. I", 1\Ialthl4', AMMJ, names and numbers of every shopin I Ma neatly called a halt, 'when the going was tough' and

used to promote production| of War of Kansas' City, Mo. Sailor Mult- the Plant, a matter of about I chanted from an apprentice sea ...
He beside father
Bond purchases, have probablynever bie Is a real genius at picture 400 signs, Much time is saved' by And needed my man to Chief Yeornan, having 4I
visited the shop whet these work, and IN al"u't'r)' efficient using stencils where duplication is elbow room; I served on destroyers battleships,
piodriced Mr. J. A. He looked at Dad and said, "Say
are Hatpe transports and his final
at letteringIlls present position Involved By using a special silkscreen sea-going-
Shop Supervisor,. is fortunate in offers ample opportunity| for process, signs can be put I mate, "' assignment was aboard an oil
having some \ety talented artists both |tnl4'M| of workM evidenceof out tremendous speed This shop "Rig in your starboard boom. tanker,

in his sign shop. the fact that "picture donut I has put out as many as 200 small We all fairly laughed on though I II I The ship "Louisiana" left Norfolk -

Painter Joseph A Griffith, lie, but 111"1 1 give: false intprexsioits signs by this method in a single I And now we're doing fine on May 10 1911, for a Baltic
shown in the picture, has been ," |It should be "stated day He "six bells" for 3 oclock I Ciuise Mr Carson was one of
painting for thh ty.three *ais, He here that the "Sufetj :sign," says the but
: > I Evidence of the work of the shop When he is telling time CleW, shortly after they
has Wen employed at NAS for Klumn In front of Mr. irlflllli, is the picture above with Painter I I II ,I left the U, S, shol e-line was sent 4
about 3'11 Befoie to wax atlnallv' painted bv' Maltble.Mine I I to sick with
years coming Joseph A. Griffith posing with a When Ma goes to the city / bay pneumonia They
NAS he was employed by the Coca- : Malt hlf'I a'l busy In another I sign painted by M. P. Maltbie, Or runs down to the'stote \'listed Copenhagen, Denmark;

Cola, Company In Cleveland, Ohio, )part of the plant when the I I AMM2c, And someone asks us where she Is Stockholm, Sweden; Revel, Rus
---- --- sia, and Kiel Germany, and when
ashore !
I Rear Admiral Carleton H I I'e say she's "gone
they returned to the States three

r--I SAFETY SLANTS' I Wrights says: "The end of the war Sister calls the floor a "deck"; I months later Mr. Caison still a

PROPFROM Hv:. Urn. K. Ma hen iteInspeco1r in Europe wi'l!!Increase rather than I To hear her talk is sport: a patient, was transferred to the
Naval Hospital at Norfolk, He
of :Safety i decrease the load we must canyNo To her a roof Is an "ovel," I II
was finally released with his chart
t kSK EFFECTIVE: : IMMEDIATELY, one else can do the job for us." I A window is a "port" I marked Metuined to duty" In

all personnel' found guilty of neg- I This Is no time to sit back and Then too if something gets fouledup January of 1912, That's what you
lect of duty, I. FAILURE TO call the
e, seeing world from a hammock -
; let George do it We must stay
.. INJURY'H.I.. BE SUBJECT TO i on the job ,our Job N \Idnr)', Or some new trouble comes I
At the time Mr. Carsonvas
i And Dad starts to complain, Ma
DISCIPLINARY ACTION, as lecomrnendcd ----- ---- undergoing recruit training In

IMKKIM: AM) MINOIt by the Safety Engineer Do you think the Pacifictar Now says, Pa, dent, "beat your i 1010, at the Naval Air Station,

0>'MIALI.: INsl'KCIIONU.V : : to the Department Head Is going to be an easy war ? Listen gums: ," : Norfolk, the Regimental Com-
dally Mrtrloltl To date, this month, we have to this and THINK! Japan's mander was Lt. (jgl( Halsey, whoIs
Vhis office is very happy to welcome I uncovered seven ((71 i accidents that army is NOT YET at its full : Dad doesn't tie his necktie now, i now an eminent figure In World

Lt. M. W, Fieeman.. UtJNR: occulted last month, all of which strength 4 million are underarms Instead he "bends it on," I War II as Adm \Vm, F, Halsey
to cur happy family Lt. Freeman i, resulted, in lost time, to the tune and 2 million more are available While Grandma says the kids A very interesting duty of Mr

has Just letuined (tort a tour of1 i of apioximately one hundred forty AND REMEMBER I "shoved off" Cat sons' career was serving on a

Ilea duty. So lets all give him a (140) days Japan's normal replacement ofI I In place of "they have gone" I U, S, Natal Mission to Brazil, at
big welcome by helpinghim! in''! The Biipeivfsois who'f ailed to te- I men is 200,000 a year, 'moie than I RIo de Janeiro. The assignment

every way we can, gang, port these injuries will l be I ate being eliminated in battle Ma says Dad's suit is "ship shape" terminated in 1930 due to a revolution -
Flash! Our happy circle has "CALLED ON THE MAT"! right now! I If It Is fitting him, I I within the country, In

really grown: in the last few days Article 1820 Station Regula- I _______ But if it's not so neat she says I II World War I he served in the Old

with nil hands moving with the tions and Station Order No UJ-42.. Safety Engineer's Office IMME- "That lashup ain't so trim Reserve Flotilla The old adage,
hops' We now have A. B. Young- provide that alt occupational in I resuits I "join the Navy and see the w of id"

man AMlc, A. G. Wallace, : juries "shall be reported imme
AMMlc, E. O. Heck, AMMlc: H. I I". ule I We say he's "turning to," Mr. Catson's life :Many lands
F. Wilcox. Welcome to our midst. If an employee is injured and is The Safety Engineer must forward I While mother swabs and never have passed by his vision whilehe
Chief Dickson Is also a new addition sent home by the doctor and fails reports to Washington, D. I scrubs was serving in blues"

to Out Inspection In the to report to the next 't'gularahift, C, and this can not be accomplished Like she once use to do, After Mr. Caison career In
hangar. He, too has just returned It I is! the responsibility of the supervisor without reports from the unifoim had ended, he decided he

from aea duty and says it is leally to PROPERLY FILL field being complete. .The whole place has gone salty, I would get into the swing of civilian -
good to be on dry soil again He OUT FORM 108 and send it to the DO IT NOW"!! i iJ6E I I Which makes me lots of trouble, life by w'01 king for' the

and his wife are located in Jacksonville For when Ma says come here, Navy at the U S. Naval Yards at

but they hall (torn AI- "chop-chop," Charleston, W Va, in a Civil

.' Mh, I I go: there on the double I Service capacity, When the
All the Inspectors in Interim are SERVIce" USNAS Jacksonville Has gettingInto

very happy over their new beak II I wish that "gob" would "weigh opeiatlon he transferred here
location. It certainly is an !'n>- anchor" \ as one of the original members of

pio\'ement to have a central point I And get: underway I' the Labor Board,

from. which to work Thanks to our And paint his bow and trim his jib I Mi Caison is quite a family
o/ficer; Mach. J<::. \\'. Riohticlson. I And go: jump in the bay. i man, having five children He
Interim has two new factory I has three sons-in-law serving their

preservatives Mr. Quick and Well, I'm thru batting the biee7e I flag, two in the Navy and one in
Mr. Waiden, by name, and they ale Q R,5' P O'0' WAS A FINALIST IN NEW YORK I IPo And "singing the blues," I'm i the Ma line Corps I(probably one

bIfhlIh Consolidated.' They way COV Pia O' CITY'S GREAfEST AMATEUR BOXING lure, I of the requirements befoie askingfor !
"Ju*t askHI what the life jt :a EGRO" AND SKATING/ TOURNAMENTS So for tonight 111 just cease firing his! daughtets hands!I. When
factory itptesentathe is we 1. "Train In and secure." asked what his hobby was he replied -
4 I
know all the ansv\ets" .y "Taking CAre of giandthildien -
Bill Wensel will be in flight test SILVER SKATES -/AND CAPTAiN/ Amen, ,"
We to loose / -- ----- .- --
now are sorry you OF BOTH TRACK ANO FOOTBALL

Bill back', but you are always welcome :' k TEAMS AT FORDHAM PREP Naval Deaths Five Times As Many In

Another new,comer I is P C I
Ames, who comes from Engine: t This War As In All Others Combined

Overall, where he has worked for
a long time. a" ) 'L Over five times as many Navy
Big Lane has just come back 1 men have been killed in action dur- killed in action in all early Naval

fiorn leave and he iwtlly looks 'r ing the present war as in all previous battles and later minor engagements .
rugged! He ways after that nicePng ? wars of the United States : of the United States, including -

: rest in good old Alk" just you f 4 1 NAVY FIGHTER PILOT combined, the Revolutionary War, the
:h his !-paikVolney ie JOE HAS ALReADY '' I Statistics from the Office of War of 1812, the Mexican War the
Moore Is all smiles these A Naval Records and Library in the Boxer Rebellion in 1900, and the
days because he has his lovely wife \i t l a Navy Department show that total Battle of Vera Cruz in 1914.
Naval losses in all wais involving
here with him He went to Mem- t I
During the United States CI11War
phis, Tenn., and met her half wayThat's 4 r SHOT DOWN //V the United States from the American deaths in Naval battles
all, folks, for this lime. { c.. ONE BATTLE Revolution through Wen'Id
--- *"Sl, t HAVF YOU GOr IT War I amounted t to about 4,232 I leached a total of 2,177. Eighteen
killed in action. In World War II, Navy men died in acllon'c1mlng
r 41 ToYOUR
Hong. "ftug Next irk ,; ,, the Spanlsh-Ameiican:: War, with
TWT YcJRES4aorNG 22,481 men c-f the Navy alone excluding -
Chungking CNS) Unofficial: 259 lost: on the USS MAINE:
Coast Guard and Marine
solutes here, jubilant atthe ,Airier- iJ ALLYCU CAN INro the ceding the war.
Corps, have been killed in action
lean entry into Manila, predicted -
that both Canton and Hong Kong the Navy casualty report of Only 422 Navy fleets and men
would be freed fromJR.l'anut' rontiol FVb. 12 i" 'vls, were killed in action\; during Vvoild
v. J.'Irmae'Jt'fl'lfIrlt'I .A1'ltoximatt'ly 1 36: men were War I.
within ,the next V lxl i jnvnths., t



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Rugged Duty-Or Is. Love Blind. Marine SergeantHere !rJnr.rr.t9tnrnolmnrrrrlarr WELFARE >r i
''' -

t TTCen7t Helped "Get" i PRESENTS I I'I'i

,: '. Two-Man Jap Sub .mrtaromrrmrrrmou; ,
Remember the tw o-man Jap sub "E" -

tas ee ;, that was on exhibition in Jack
sonville some months ago?

Well, we have located the man
I who In part is responsible for that I
ll>' John Uichbourg, AKMSc: sub being on tour of the United

;;} Unit 2 of the AEM School has States. He Is Staff Sgt. W. R.
been flinging the glove around a Gaudreau of the Marine Aviation I
'tj, lot lately, shouting all the while Detachment and an instructor in '
ab b about that so-called invincible 'red n the A. E. M: 1
s hot Dog Patch" style volley ball) I School. / ," 4

,, team they have They have WET Gaudreaucomes ., t
flaunted their prowess with great from Fall ,
shows of agile virility, Finally pAiNT River, Mass.. '
F! Unit 1. unable to stand the taunts and in civilian\
{;, any longer, has met the challenge 4 -' life was a drummer -
In their quiet. unassuming way I in an orchestra -
they say simply that "Lil Abner He wt
Voorhies and the rest of the "Dog joined the Marine
"r 1 Patchers" are entirely too cocky Corps in

and must be taken down a peg or _4-,:_ July 1940 getting ,
two. In the words of A. J. War, Sgt. iaiulreaii his "boot', --- -- --.-
; den, AEMSc of Unit 1: at Parris Island. Then duty for Martha O'Drlscoll >
;1 "Lil Abner, it would appear to almost a year in the Caribbeanand Slick entertainment with pl be your move:' New additions next Pearl Harbor, arriving of excitement and laughs is 8clF
I to the instructing staff of Unit 1 Despite the charts and Involved studies of aerology and meteorology 4 there 1 Dec, 1W1, On the day uled tonight when the variety re. I
are: C. D. Lintner C. H. Riggs, and the old reliable "Farmers' Almanac," the fleet seems to of the attack and for a week there-i! vue, "You Said It," brings a tal.
H. Kalmanson and A Selig, They know that spring It In the air and apparently has the !'Iutattonundf'r_ after, Gaudreau was manning his ented cast to the stage of the auditorium .
are all ARMSe'a and will handle control. (Could the sign have been used to reserve the'lit'at?) gun position on top of one of the in two shows starting at
the new fifth week on lighting cir -- buildings at the base. One mo- 1800 and 2000. Abundant humor
cuits. Lt Off> Schoenhals, Marine Sailor ment he would be- firing at a Jap ',will be presented by the USO
re, the Unit 1 Mentor has hied himself P. T. Department plane and. the next minute a Jap Camp show, which includes a comedy -
off to a little place in Michigan I sub mentalist team of Tommy La
tv Adds Rescue And Contest Winners Rose and Helene the latter
called Evart It's home sweet "With all the stuff we were putting being;
home though and Know that I the "girl with radio-mind"" Tommy .
r we There out, said Gaudreau, "it is
are a couple of enlisted ,
the good Lieutenant will' enjoy it Survival Course I I men-.a Marine attached to Headquarters I pretty hard for any one gunner to circulates through the audience .
no end. We're mighty glad to see I Squadron and a student : claim a kill by himself, but I was I touching personal posses
Bill Hurst back I "Gosh this life raft is I sions, articles of apparel, which \
e AEM2c. in harness a floating who this week are $10 richer in in on that Jap sub which we sank
after a trip to the hospital for a palace compared to that overgrown War Stamps for having identified with the aid of depth charge from I, Helene identifies.
check-up and a little rest. inner tube I was tossing around the Naval hero whose identity was ,I our planes. When things quieted Other artists in the show are
-o -- on in the Pacific when we had to hinted in last week's Jax Air down a bit we raised herI was Gloria Manners, singer; Eddie Em.
The A KM basketball\ team, ditch our plane." And, mates, this News. I told later by one of my buddies el son and 'Company: comedians;
composed of recruits from Central fellow Isn't just talking to pass theme A number that she was patched up a bit and Robert Sisters and White, dancing
unit, find unit 1, 2, S, and 4, ,ti of day while waiting to be and of men schools In both Ship'sCompany .':sent back to the states. I know I trio; Walter Dare Wahl. comedy:
toppled the league 1 leading Unit 5 picked up; he is telling part of the turned in.the the sub on 'exhibition was the knockabout, and Arthur Anderson:
Millermen in a hard fought game story of the great strides which I and correct answer to the "clue, i I same one because I saw it in Jacksonville I pianist.
Lady Luck, with the aid of ,
i} last week, by a score of 21 to IV. have been made in the last yearor lieutenant commander's hat final a ." "You Said It" is one of the two
This defeat placed Millermen! so in rescue and survival work. ly decreed that 1;. Wheatley, After Pearl Harbor, Gaudrl'au.I "in person" shows scheduled in a
In a tie status with TTGO. Thesetwo ,I Students at NATTC are now being AOMSc: and T/Sgt. B, W Womble was shipped to Palmyra, an uninhabited seven-day petiod. Next Wednesday,
trams, Unit Sand TTGO, I given a complete course In rescue should receive the $10 I. coral island He stayed a revue featuring Earl Lindsay's
tangled a few nights later and I and survival work, the latest prizes. there 15 months, during which he II I "Eight Lovely Ladies," Is on the
Unit 5 came out second best! phase added to the curriculum of A baker in Ship's Company was experienced a number of raids I program. Other outstanding acts
c again. They attribute it all to a the physical training department well on the way to being in the' from small Jap subs, which incii |I will be presented, including the
{e little streak of bad luck, and vow | Rescue and survival training is divided running. He probably was on the i I dearly, according to Gaudreau, did 'I Five Drake Sisters.
that they Mill\) ride the ('rt'"tagain into two phases, land and right track when he identified" the I I{ practically no damage. Gaudreau I' A good movie schedule round
water. In the water hero as "Admiral Nimatics, but' ,
before long. returned out the
Incidentally, to the states in early entertainment program for
opposing players say that just ,I v\e are concerned with this week, A dm. Chester W. Nimitz doesn'tspell I 1913 and attended the E M, School' the week. Abbott and Costello fans
about the only way to "toil1111.: students are given training In the his name that way, BO the I at Newport and the A.E.M, Schoolat will have something to shout about
caie and of life rafts judges had to lule out the baker'sentry.
er, Unit 5's sparkplug, Is to foul use and the Chicago.
lima I equipment they carry, which includes .. .
-- ----- !I
-o ---- among other things, oars, There's a clue on another heroin
The word from Unit 2 is that sails, water and food rations signal today's Jax Air News. Read the Little Lulu was playing with her
Voorhies, AEMlc, had better make I devices, fishing gear, flashlights rules, and get in the running.SHOPPING three puppies. A kindly old gen-
chief right away or he'll be forced I knives, blankets and a wa.'ter _h .__ tleman, passing by, stopped and engaged 1
to lay It on the line for a new pair '' puiifier. Also the water phase AT her In conversation "Whatdo I
around the hangar now are gettinga : co\eis instruction in the cue and :-OIllP'SOlmnn: : you call your puppies?" asked
bit "drafty. Fred Pelger, use of life Jackets, and parachutesand the kind old gent.
AEMlc; Del Hayes, AEMlc, and procedure to be followed in The NATTC Ships Sen'ice has "Piddle Puddle and Paderew-
D. C. Adams, AEMlc, shipped out "ditching" a plane This is all in on display in the merchandise stole ski." replied Lulu. stir w
last week to the west coast. The addition to the instruction which an unusually large and attractive "Well, from the looks of things,
Navy and Horace Greeley, has been given for some time in assortment of costume jewelry. If said the kind old gentleman, "I
vinced the boys right off"of con the first aid warfare aquatics, abandon you are looking for a gift, this is would say at least two of them are
r feasability of Mr. Greeley's advice 1 ship, blast emersion, swimming the answer to your problem and well named, but tell me why do '4
-"go west, young man-go west." in oil and burning slick and moreover it won't prove to be a I Ish'aln you call the third Paderewski ,

And eo they did. They tell me I' protection against sharks. on-_-'your-- -- .wallet.*.fc :_ I "Oh," chirped" little Lulu, "he's _
that W. S. Brandt, AEM2c, spendsall | The water phase of rescue and the pianist.
of his spare time building rolling I'survival is supervised by Lt. jgi I The ,,!d.walll"e for foot duly, /
stock for his model railroad. Adolph Stefani, Jr., and assisting use them and taj off the gr.*... I Walk on the sidewalks.
---0-- I him are CSP J. R. Sterkel, J. E: -- -- --- --- -- -. ---------- ----_.
E. W. Beaver, AEM3c, has been '1 Siveter, SPAlc( ) ; H. W. Meadows, 1
losing a lot of weight lately, And i'SIc, and H. T. Amon,_SPA._( l lie. Naval Hero Identification Contest I I 1'
-- -- --
he claims he doesn't know why. I,
When his capacity for the intake |Our Pal Horace Now A \
of food got down to half a sand
wich, he thought that something H I (On Limited DutyDear Friday night, when A. and B. cut
ought to be done, so he went to are the rules governing the Naval Hero Identification up in "Here Come the Co-eds,"
the hospital for a week or two- i Public Relations Office: Contest! which is open to all enlisted! personnel" at NATTC. I I, along with Martha O'Driscoll and
' just to rest. i io This amphibious training is 1. Contestants must identify a Naval hero from information Peggy Ryan.
-- -- rugged, believe me. I am now out given in the brief biographical story I Lake Palcid Serenade" a new
A word of "sick bay" and on unlimited 2. Two musical comedy starring Vera
of caution to Jesse pries of $10 each in War Stamps will he awarded
Frank Brook. AEMSc, "When you I duty. We have landed on every each week, one for Ship's Company personnel. and one for Hruba Ralston, is slated Saturdnr
work around "hot stuff," it might )grain of sand on the beach here, students night. m
be a good idea to use a shorter {not once or twice, but at least six S. If there are no winners the first week, additional factual ', The schedule (at the NATTtT'
pointer or stand a little further ,' times Gosh, I almost know each Information on the hero in question will be given in. succeeding auditorium) :
away from the equipment you are grain by name weeks until he has been identified. If the hero Is not Identified I Tonight, 1800, 3000, "Vou SaidIt"
demonstrating. While explaining I I think our beach is the supply the first Meek, the prize drops $2 1'0wN'k\ until he It Iden revue,
the function of certain electrical center for all those hour glasses tified. I I'riclav, 1800, 2000 'Hern ,
circuits in a mock-up, used in the I :you see with "Father Time:' When I 4. If more than ftiie contestant. Identifies the hero. Lady Luck Come the Co-eds," with Abbott
teaching of electrical turrets, we get ashore It is my duty to will determine the winner In the following manner: The Correct : and Costello.
Brook bore in and dig fox holes for I Saturday, 1800, 2000, "Lake
got himself grounded and entries will be placed In two hats, one for Ship's( Company, and
then proceeded to make contact everyone. After that they usually the other for students. One entry will\ be picked from each hat I Saturday, 1800. :2000, lake
with his metal pointer, to a live send me out on a mission in "advanced to determine the winners. Placid Serenade," with \'eraIlrnba

f wire. Three hundred and fifty volts 1 enemy territory and can 5. All enfrlps! must' be placed In contest boxes l luy 1000 each Kalston.Sunda.v .
d.c. packs an enormous wallop, as 1 you imagine it, I have to crawl on Monday. Boxes; are located In Ship's( Service, the auditorium, ".', 1500; ( "Lady Takes a
Brook can attest Iman Saleem, 1 my stomach for miles. Several and the War Bond office in IJIdg. GOO< annex. Chance, with Jean Arthur.
AEMSc, Unit 4's self-styled "lady- :' times they sent me on such a long 6. Contestants must name the hero, give their name, rule, Sunday, 1800, 2000, "The Town
killer," came in the other A M mission that I couldn't get back I barrack, and status (Ship's C'ompanj' or student), Contest "sponsored Went Wild," with Jack I.vdou
with a smile on his face like a to the landing barges when they by Welfare Dept and PItO. and Freddie Bartholomew,
ripple on a butt bucket. Must be f J were ready to shove off and darn WHO IS THIS( NAVAL IIEKO? HERE: IS 'l'iftCLUE: Monday" 1SOO, :2000, "" 'ak.,
they didn't leave Island, with Brian and
another II me. Well, I Donlevy
conquest. D. J. Mc:: lie lias been decorated by Chilean and Grecian
got in I governmentsand William
extra llendlv.Tuesday
Daid, AEM2c, will some sack duty and .
leave in a few days--but return not alone from' i i' didn't make the AWOL list. If among others, wears the Navy Cross and Distinguished. 1800, 2000, MIA'''''., It
: of the United! !
this training keeps much Slates lie took a year's college! work To IJlondie," with
lie intends to get married I i up longer Penny Slngl&4tOil
at the
will up 1 I will be plenty tough, possibly so University Virginia In preparation for entry into the and Arthur Lake.
bring his bride
back to the U.
I much S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, and received his It. S.
that Wednesday
little nest he so you couldn't stick a degree 1800, 2000, stage
so painstakingly there in 1901. In ]!)0.1 he commissioned
fork in ensign and ,since show
feathered. my giavy is, i if the
Congrats, and may all 1 then has, through endless'' study and application
troubles I Japs catch up with me. risen to the ------iiiI--- '
be "little ones. rank of niliuirul. He has -
Please write soon, the Pony Express a couple of nicknames that have fol )
During the past few weeks the is still lowed him across'" the seven seas-hut they're usually uvetl behind The sweet young thing w.swashing
automatic pilot school with Lt : Uncle Sam. operating, thanks to his back rather than to his face the windows, lost her bal..
Comdr C. W. Kuykendall 1 in ance and fell one floor into the
charge, has been a beehive of ac Sincerely, garbage can. She just sat there
tivity. Buildings are being re HORACE (THE_.TURTLE) Contest Entry Blank disgustedly A Chinese gentleman
modeled, new class rooms set up '- passing, paused and remarked:

gear and plenty installed of the The latest renovating and best and butt bucket for l utl... NAME: OF HERO( ...................................._.._,..........._........ woman"Amelicans good for velly ten wasteful years yet; ,"that

rebuilding program is supervised to Herbert J. Christy, who last SIGNED ..__....... ..... .____ KATE J. --....-
by the first lieutenant's week made .chief bo'a'n 0 ......._.._. ....._1IKS.... ..._
Christy Give. : the grass a chance to grow.Q .

jnent.Congratulations and best comes attached from to Lancaster, Ohio ands I STATUS (Student, or Ship's Co.) ......_...J......:.. .-. ...0-.. _..... --- --'-rw'-
wishes the
f : mesa halls. for trash..

4r. .Z,
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22 February 1945 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Eleven >

Naval Supply Corps Eyes Record I Talking It Over 5i't.ns4 (S fROm ncrrTCC'k1.jn,11Ul.tV.1&

i ... ..........,...... ... w f '

With Pride On Its 150th Birthday.. ': W :.

On its 150th Anniversary, theeval II If'

Supply Corps can well look sories, (b) correct use of all aviation -

on its achievements with I supply publications, (c) accepted -
)ride. Everyone agrees that the I methods of procuring, receiving !b1
:measure of success in any military I preserving, packing, stor- j -- ''!
operation is determined by the effectiveness [ ing and issuing: aviation material, I. I (

of the supply system. also packing and storing for ship- I
The amazing success of our Pacific I ment by air (d) practical application The next time some one decidesto
: campaign 4s the result of the of all classroom work in a lock Scotty in her room-please
"impossible" feats accomplishedby model sR>reroom. make it after she' hits the sack,
the Naval Supply Corps I In the words of Adm. Nlmitz, the not in the morning after she's already

The Supply Corps' represented Supply Corps of the Navy has created made us get up. While on
lit NATTC by three activities, the I one of the most effective "se- the subject of scotty--what was
Aviation Storekeeper School, .the i cret weapons" of World War II and I the matter with her the other day
Disbursing; Department and the he dares not divulge it. The Japs 'the telephone rang-she picks up
Commissary Department, the letter would pay a handsome price to fta: bt ( the microphone and says "WAVE
being a branch of the NAS department know the "hows and whys" of this Barracks 54 Specialist Scott

most formidable of "secret weap- speaking" Could it be too many
One of the outstanding examplesof ons." Tokyo and the Jap mainland jigsaw puzzles.

the miraculous accomplishmentsof I will no doubt be the price of Its t r We hear the girls at the hospital
this red-blooded, tough-gutted revelation. have given Mahoney an honorary

branch of the service; is the storyof I --- _.- ---- membership to the Hospital Corps.
supplying the invasion and occupation Best wishes to Mary Kitarogers
of Saipan. In sixty days I Lang And Ranger and Chief Hope both of the Hospital .
two million tons of supplies and \ Corps, who were married

equipment were deposited on Sal-i i Sunday, 11 February
7,000 miles from home more Are Old Friends Welcome to Ship's Company to

.n the total tonnage handled on i j .v _; the dental students who have been
docks of San Francisco during I Anyone can tell you that the I.t. F. '\. Dunn, Personnel iterations Officer (left), and C. E. I I retained at this station.

the entire year of 1940. Whetherit I "Ranger" Is the only ship in, the Le Paige, Jr., administrative assistant, are shown alking( It over" In Who is the new twosome downat fI
U. S. Navy with folding stacks, the Personnel Iterations Office That office serve In a liaison wi-
>e in the Pacific island mudholes I the dispensary? ? ? ?
but P R. Lang, AOM2c tell pa4YHy I between military and Chilian( personnel<< at NATTC.
the jungles of Burma --the hot can By the way, "Stinko" has fallen
panels of Africa -the soggy dugouts I you a lot mote about her, she was again-Caver't, you better learn to

of Italy, you will always find his home for many months. Personnel Relations Office Is like kittens
the Supply Corps on the job I Lang is from Woodbine, Ga., and Moving again in Barracks :54> -
One ha* only to read the headlines in civilian life was an electricianand Virginia Jones and Mary Pratt are
to rrali/e the Important machinist. He joined the Navy I Important Function At CenterAlthough leaving dear old room 11, Guess

role Natal Atiation is today in. October of 1941, taking his .-----1 Burke the "Jouke"-Grammentez,
placing in speeding towardvictory. ; | "boot" at Norfolk, After that he comparatively few in I where their talents could be utilIzed' i I i the 'Gremlin"-Chase, the "Chas-
It was inevitable that attended the ordnance school at number, there are well over a hun- er" and "Volt" Meter were too
effl"ctl\'ely four
: Only failed
the phenomenal I growth of the Norfolk and the bombsight school dred civilian employees' at NATTC | "to connect." Both the Navy and I I hard on their nerved. Sunday
Naval Air Arm should |>e accompanied at Dalgren, Va. Hip next duty was who are performing a variety of the individuals benefitted from found every one running to the
with a patrol squadron operatingoff tasks, mostly of: a clerical administrative beach. Gosh, what shame
bj (lie astronomical problem this activity of the Personnel Re- : a ,
of establishing a system I the South Atlantic Seaboard. nature, and when they lations Office. couldn't have bottled up some heat
which would adequately supply I Finally in ]late 1942 came the big I' have problems of their own relatIng ,. and saved it. Br-r-r-well, bye for
The Chilians i I.
the day.ordl"tII to report to the "Ran- to their civil service status, or are governed by | now.
ftln'raft.many of Natal ger." Immediately upon boarding I i when a department' head needs additional a number of rule' regulations |I P. S.-Redman seems to be pretty -

An approach to this problem her she took off for Southern Waters help, they turn, to Lt F. laws, and other directives good with needle and thread
was '{
begun in 1817 with the establishment and in November they ap- X, Dunn, Personnel Relations Officer I emanating from the Congress at least we hear she did a pretty
of the Naval Aircraft Fac-- I proached the shores of North I' or to C. E. LePalge, Jr., chief itself, from the Navy Department I good job on the way to the dance
the Citil Service
Africa I clerk and administrative assistantIn Commission at
tory at Philadelphia. NAF servedas I and the Uar I Camp Blanding Lamontweare
headquarters for procurement, "It was the invasion," says Lang, the office. Commission. Manpower shocked-first night Joe leaves
storage and distribution of aviation' "and, boy, did we send stuff ashore j There Isn't any question about There Is an efficiency I and you put a red ribbon in your
rating committee here
there. We blasted and bombed the at | hair!"!
supplies through World work civilIans
War I, the the value of the these the Center which supervises the
Intervening of 1 shore for five days without a let i B. I I Sixty-four-dollar qUl'stion-who
years peace, and ; are doing-Capt. J. Lynch, ratings on efficiency\
the early months of World War II I up. In addition, jve were on the : Commanding, NATTC, lauded I is the boxer by the name of Eddie s
In 1940 the Navy had fewer than alert' for subs and at one. time they | them highly last year when he The civilians are employed under that pops into a little blonde's conversation
I seemed thick flies" war service appointments, for ? ? ? ? ?
1,5K planes in commission. Step as as After i presented U. S. Navy Civilian frequently ? ?
the invasion the duration and six months. Before
was --- -
by step the present system of aviation I completed Lang Service pins to them; and only a -
came back to the states on theRanger" being employed here, they
supply took shape 118 the incredible week or so ago, some figures' were must standard Civil Buffalo And Dennis
pass Service
increase in Natal air subsequently made In Jam Air News
f'r was a'ithorized, pow. ferrying trips to North Africa carrying published that all these show-j' examinations, and as long as they Now Chief Warrants

On 1 .Oct., 1941, the Aviation planes. The Ranger also did tog going all out in the purchase of remain as Civil Service employ;
Supply Office I patrol work in the North' Atlantic, civilian they receive the benefits provided Congratulations to our new chief
was formally established War Bonds. In fact, every
including raids on German posilions. through that commission.There's warrants, Pay Clerk Ether J. Buffalo -
as an activity separate and here is purchasing War Bonds,
j javeraging
I j just one more and Pharmacist- M.
distinct! from the Natal Aircraft The results of these attacksare 17.5 per cent of their I point to I Henry
Factory. Today the mission of the still a matter of security, but make: Department' heads tan request Dennis Each of these gentlemen
Aviation I you can rest assured that from our earnings. civilian help when they needit has had a very colorful career in
Supply Office of Philadelphia point of view everything was very I All their regular work and all from the Personnel Relations the Navy and NATTC is fortunate -
is defined
as follows: (ai I The I their extra effort aN! rl wlj' integrated Office\ -but
estimation of aeronautical : satisfactory The Germans pulled Lt. Dunn gets the help in having them here to pass
materialrequirements several nuisance raids on the"Ranger" : through the Personnel not directly but through the LAbor the "word" as to how it is done.
Ib) The procurement Relations Office. Lt. Dunn IK( responsible Board whose offices Mr. Buffalo is attached
of such I but, according to Lang I are at the the
dispositionof "we snapped them without anv_ for_ transactions relating Main Gate That office is main- Aviation Storekeepers School and
obsolete and excess material, trouble at-all." Ui to employment, dlsc-ipilne tained by N.AS, Mr Dennis hangs his hat over at
,(d) administration of depot storage: hate that, too), -
(they promotions
I Since returning to the states in --;------- the Dispensary
pace for aeronautical material' December 1943 demotion (reductions In I I ____0....=._
Lang been

material. During the fiscal student at the Aviation Fire Con- problem I I I umber Fight In the seriesof NATTC LIBRARY
year 1944, the Aviation Supply trol School. While these men have to play NATTC radio broadcast\ I 11. lion:
Office disbursed an average of ._ the role of a Solomon now and 1'rained For Victory," will\ be ChE'd"Oil h, bv R. C. Sheriff
-- --
over one and one-third million dollars I -- then, one of the principal functionsof devoted tonight to the 150th annltersary .I Jumper Seoduty,, b by> Nicholas Jutland Maimur.Kalastinlkoff.l

per day for aviation material. : the office can best be described | of the Supply| l Corp ?Non-UdK.n'
This figure does not include purchase I Clean-Up] Campaign I by recalling what occurred when of the >ItThe time, 1930 I i i' Air fortes Render, by Norman Cerre -
\lI\ .
of complete new planes and I'! Gaining Momentum"Keep 1 two of the schools at NATTC wereclosed. I| to 1915; .the station. AJAMEKKLY \. j I Combufclion cd on U'heels, by D, L.
which is handled BuAer. I
engines by
: Scores of civilian Instructors I -- ------ -- - Cohnn
From the various supply I deps'Is I NATTC area ship- were on the payroll at the ; \\ KA'11IKKJOBECAST I I I General Ike, bv Alden I Hatch
and advance base', aviation I i time been developed Ljtlln-Amei lea and the Industrial Age,
: shape' campaign: catching a system having bv J' Kied Rlpp
material now moves with the : on Posters' by Gino Bachetti, I II for obtaining that kind of For this week we hate dramatized I Many a Watchful: Night, by J. )t.

'w.t |.ssible delay in a sjsteinatit I i I S2c, showing what not to do Instructorship since at the time the weather forecast, refer Biown S. R, O, bv Bennett Cerf
manner to the battle with empty cigarette packs are' there was a shot tage among naval to "rugged dut)'" or "two heartsIn I So Sorry, ho Peace, by Royal Arch
Jr.hfll. I I on all bulkheads. (Clever, too, I personnel. :| wartime," on page 10 GunnlveinSKuy ,
The thousands of Aviation Storekeepers Bachetti i F. Y. Endres, Print-I All those highly-trained and I (FA's note. Nice duty if you can Km;!ski. of the Secret' Slate, by Jan

needed to procure, store ter 2c, has contributed a number skilled instructors faced unemployment ,get it.) VLll. by Karl Shopho.
and issue this vast quantity of : of "slides" for showing on I with the closing of the -- Wrttie A"aj, by G. S. Perry
eRftonAUlCal! material require a i the screen at movie time to schools. By utilizing the Personnel I I
'(' <'al training. The i : help remind all hands that a Relations Office, their qua IIlI- I CO (at mast). And who was Sic: I'm groping for words to

Aviation Storekeeper' School here Ilit i I clean station is something we cations were brought to the atten-'driving' when you hit the pole? express my love for you
NATTC has for the past year It..n | can take pride in. Any ideas tion of other natal authorities, es- 'I II AMM: No one sir. We were all\ I WAVE: Well, whatever gate

providing: this badly needed' ;I on the subject will be gratefully I pecially those in charge of the A |I.:in{ the backseat.. you the idea I hate a dictionary
training. The curriculum of their r rr i receivedthe main one being &; R Department on the Malnside. 't -----liI-- tattooed on me ?
course; includes: (a) Ready recognition "keep the area clean." As a result, some 150 persons with I Grass keeps) th-nand from blowing "- --l_-i i-

cif aircraft parts and acces- L_ : __ __J I excellent ability were placed in jobs I let It grow. Help keep the area clean.
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Shown above-;- are i-pictures i fJI the three division of 'Ihe Supply Department which which has Lt. Weaver Meadows M officer-in-charge; right, Disbursing Department

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Twelve NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 22 February, 1945

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! : M. A. D.Ramblings I Action Shots Of Final Home Game Cage Tournament Enters Second

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if 1' ,,:. : 8yMf Round; Loop Champs Are Crowned

p, ......,... ...1111 110 fWuUI'lCi.o1..'I w}5 M Play in the NATTC basket,.

... By 1'1('. Herb Johnston! Jr. f Yz CENTER-WIDE ball tournament got underwathis )

You don't see many Squadron 2 week following the closeof
\ .' boys In town these days, on account TENNIS MEETS
' of they've found a new and league competition last

fascinating hobby right here on TO START SOONNATTC week in which champions were

the base. Seems Corp Dan Savitt crowned in the three Training
will crown a tennis
himself ,
finally bought a Jitney
mighty sweet little Job in e'.5\'y < champion in the near futyre, but Center loops.

respect but one. it wouldn't run. the gent who earns this bauble will First round tourney tilts were

So the loyal lads pitched in en have a tough row to hoe. He'llhave slated earlier this week, with sec-

J masse with bits of haywire, steel to slash his way to the top ond round tilts scheduled tonight,

wool and what have you. And in one tournament and then defeat Friday night and Monday night at

after two weeks of exhaustive toil the winner of another tourney. the ,gym. Double elimination rules
I Two tournaments, one for enlist- govern the tourney, which means
tearing down and building up !
ed men and the other for officers, that teams incurring two lossesare
inspired by the V (8)) symbol
are scheduled to start 15 March
on out The winner of the tour-
hub of which
adorning the caps,
here, and all netters, experiencedor nament will be acclaimed NATTC
there are at least three, the gy-
otherwise, who would like to champion and members of the vic-
renes have finally converted the
compete must sign entry blanks at torious team will be awarded min.
convertible from sort of
a glorified the Physical Training Departmentby iature gold basketballs.
r push-cart to the type of car any 12 -March. Pairings will be Winding up an actionpackedseason
one would be proud to own. (Proud, 1 I 1
made before 15 March and contestants a trio of classy quintetscame
that is, if we were still living in I IA
will be notified of the seed- out with top honors in the
the year of 1922.) The bargain. three loops, AOO Instructors of

minded Savitt's tickled pink and ings.The NATTC courts now are Ship's Company, Bks. 17 in the

grinning happily over the prospectof available to players wishing to get AKM League, and Bks. 60 in th6'
making his first shake-down J
School loop. Each of the three club
., in a few warm-up sets. All six .
cruise most ,
any day now.SSgt.
suffered only loss
are ready for use, and are
Action was plentiful as the Raiders downed Orlando A FT AC open from 0800 to 1000 and 1200 rugged competition during the

here last Friday In the final home game for the Haider At left, to 1600. Tennis gear can be obtained season. Individual gold medals
Center Jim Lllor of NATTC (left) and Center' Jorgenson of Orlando at the Physical Training will be presented to players on

battle for a tip-off. Right, MacDonald, soldier star, leaps high for Department, the three teams
I a rebound. No. 10 at right Is Herb llimar, Raider guard. The tournaments will include I>layoffsH're necessary in
_. two of the loops lii order to determine
-- -- --- --- -- both singles and doubles, and winners
s in the two meets will clash the winner, while In the
Raiders Show Class In Thrilling for the NATTC championship All third circuit, the ARM League,

Bks. 17 and Bks. 26 were deadlocked
officers and enlisted including
>, .t Double Overtime Win Over Orlando WAVES, may enter. Lt. at the trp and clashed In

(jg) Don Christiansen of the Phys- the final tilt with IJks. 17 mop-

NATTC's talented Air Raiders, ical training Department will su- ping up by 33 to 17.

0I who played good ball all season I tagc The Raiders quickly tied It pervise the tourneys, assisted by Fowler led the play of the Bks,

despite a not overly impressive up in the third period, and the Bud Lenham, SpAlc.Live ( ) 17 quint in the crucial encounter.

A record, reached their peak per- two quints dribbled along on even --'-i !--. tallying a dozen points Other
formance in their final home gameof terms with only a point or two dif- -;- Bks. 17 players weft Coughlin,
butts are file hazard, can
the season last Friday night at ference until midway in the final them. Hermann, McIntyre, Maddox, Ka-
the gym quarter when the soldiers went sun, Horgin and Placillea

l\\ @ Playing a skillfully cool and cal- ahead 36-33. With time fading Ft. The AOO Instructors put on a
:I lI culating game, the Air Raiders away, Collins came through witha Challenge stirring rally to cop the Ship'sCo.

I battled the highly rated Orlando bucket. Bittner netted a free Pierce Banana River banner. Going into the final

"' AFTAC quintet for 40 exciting throw to tie it up and then repeated week, the Instructors trailed the
minutes and then fought throughan to put NATTC ahead 37-36 NATT(," powerful boxing leading AEM-Unit 5 club by one

additional 10 minutes of tense' Orlando had three foul shots at team still searching for competition game The Instructors went intoa

'riJ overtime play to achieve a well- this point, Milt Schulman, for han tossed a couple of tie for first by defeating Aircraft

earned 43 to 41 triumph.The merly of N Y. U, making one to new challenges. 11. Tierce Navy Turrets, 30 to 22, while AEM-Unit
r deadlock the game and send it and NAS Banana River are the 5 faltered to lose to AEM-Unit
clash between the two fine two latest stations to receive 4 21
into oveitlme by to 19 In the playoff, the
clubs provided all the cage entertainment "invites" from the Outer.' Instructors wrapped the title
Both clubs played cautiouslyIn !
George Holloway (Solemn -
that a spectator No replies have been receivedto with 22
a convincing to 13 trI-
the first extra heat, battlingfor
Ol' Judge of HQ. Legal Dept) could ask for The fastbreaking date from recent challengessent umph over AEM-Unit 5. .
ball and for
goes about the business of the day race-horse type of play was the angling a
to Miami Navy, Pensacola scored 10 points for the Instructors
with a new sparkle in his eye. tossed out of the window as the layup. Mac McDonald, a clever Navy and the Cherry Point Ma OtlTer AOO players ate
Says he's been getting out of doorsa two quints played calm, deliberate floorman from Loyola College rines. Peliere, Frueauff, Crawford, Han-
California broke the Ice with
lot lately rushing the season aperfect
basketball, cannily fightingfor sen, Cole, Balch, Strlebich and a
basket to the soldiers
on Sunday picnics. From the every advantage and every put Hunt
looks of we'd the sea ahead again, but Collins hit Final Basketball
things, say point.In I In the playoff for the School
son's not the only thing our boy, the final minutes of the regular for two and a second flve-niln- title, Bks. 60 swamped Advanced I
George, is rushing. game and the two five-minute ute! period was necessary. StandingsShip's Ordnance S8 to 18, a'l Tene-

April's his lucky month, says overtime sessions, the teams The Raiders obtained possessionof quer got hot to gather a neat
the ball and fed it to Ellor who
Arnold Troncone so month Co. League
Sgt. dueled fiercely for possession of total of 20 points. Other members
after next he'll more than likely the ball, with point-getting a sec pivoted for two. Then Collins came AGO Team Instructors W ft_ L.1 of the Bk< 60 club are

1 become a husband in his native ondary consideration. It was a through again on a perfect toss for AFM-Lnlt 5 8 2 Makl, Bilnson, Kuilbarky, Cane,
Mt. Vernon N. Y. Besides, the winning points. This gave the ALM-Unlt 4 7 2 Humble
guys valiant uphill pull for the Raiders, Jamrod, :Miller and
just don't write letters on the hour who staved off apparen defeat on Raiders a 43-39 edge that Soldier Police Aircraft Turret 1i:4 S 4 Garthwaite.In .

every hour, if they ain't serious.As several occasions. Howard Chandler's last minute Dlsb-Tech. Trng :* II other wind-up games between
Pvt Bill Park (now furlough. The court generalship of Holly goal could not Impair. Master-at-Aims 1 6 also-rans Bks 18 defeated Bks,
in Ohio would "Howza Collins was high man for the Dispensary' 1 6 21 27 to 22 Bks 20
ing ) say: Collins and Johnny Bittner was AIre Control :i 7 by ,
boot dat: Doc?" largely responsible for the Raiders' Navy with 11 timely points. Storekeepers 0 9 pointed Bks 19 by 21 to 16,

With all the Spring weather success. Also instrumental in the Bittner and Husvar each made Bks. 57 downed Bks. 16 by 25 to

we've been having, even the strictly Raiders' victory were Bob Reyn- eight. Sensational set shots by AKM:: league 22, and Bks. 58 whipped Welfare,
Team W.
I non-fickle fancies of Corp. Char. olds, Herb Husvar, Tex Washington Soldier Ralph Good uey, former Bks 17 8 1 27 to 17 all in the AEM loop. In

lie Burke and Pfc. Jack Cetruloare and Jim Ellor, Northern Michigan College Mar, liks U> 7 2 Ship's Co, tilts, the Master-at-
to turn. gave him high honors with 15 UkJ .57 U 3 Arms five outclassed Dlsb.-Tech
threatening lightly NATTC grabbed a 3 to 0 lead BkS, 1\1 :S 4
Yup, it's really gettin' romantic out at the start of the game, only to points. BkS 18 !5 4 Training, 37 to 27, and the Police
anymore. have Orlando surge to a 10 to 5 It undoubtedly was the Raiders'best BkS 58 5 4 quint won by forfeit over Av Fire
showing of the season and BkS, 21 4 :5IJks
Well Control.
live and breathe and
as we edge and a 20-15 halftime advan- them 13 victories 20 :1 6 ..
try to keep our ears stiff, so our gave against IlkJ 16 2 7Weifate ---1-----.
head *-on't slide through this turtleneck It isn't time to secure for. another nine losses. They proved their 0 9 It was a dull day and two little
class! by taking 10 of their last 12
sweater we're wearing, if Thursday I School sardines were swimming around
games against lugged opposition, San Diego Bay. One suggested they
W, I ,
A slow start robbed them of an to San Francisco for the
Tee For Three Bks 60 (Ord > 7 1 go up
outstanding record, Av. Ordnance b 2 week-end. "It's much too long a
Orlando AFTAC was one of the Marines 5 2 .
,swim up there, objected his com.
Commissary A :iBkl.
best quints the Raiders have met 2 (Turret) A 4 panion. "We could make the tripon
and came here with a record of 23 tks. 6 (Automatic 1'1101):1: 4 the train." "What?" shouted
\ triumphs in 30 contests. Lt (Jg) Bks 61 (Fire Control) 1 6
Cooks and Bakers 0 7 the second sardine. "And be
Steve Stefani, who was assistant -'-i 4- jammed in like a couple of sailots _
coach under Lt Marty Karow un- "
til the latter's departure last week, Along with the old shoes tied on ? .-
the back of the newlyweds' car wasa ""
handled the team in its last home
I tilt. sign which read: "Amateur crass will grow if you will giveit
Night I a chance,
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Tech. Training 21 19
AKM 16 26
Dispensary 10 32

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,. The Pullman porter( had his regular
trip canceled. Returning home

unexpectedly he took a look

,. around, got out his razor and began
to strop it.

_d.w,ate "What you almin' to do, Sam?"

i Pictured from left to right: Lt. Wade Knlpp, Lt. (Jff/ ) nuke Sutherland inquired his wife. -
hot-shot NATTO golfers, "Well," replied Sam, "if dem llere't, the AOO Instructors' rage squad which put on a whirlwind -
and Lt. (UK) "Ted" Lenczjk: a trio of
round on the shoes sticklu' out from under de finish to win the title In the Ship's Co. Basketball' League witha
smilingly for the cameraman before a worni-u|
station pose course. AU have entered the big open golf tournament to bed ain't got no feet in 'em, I aimsto record of -nine' victories In 10 game Bottom row, left to right,

be beta la Jacksonville early In March Sutherland Is a pro from shave" A. Cole, \VlHle Williams, Johnny Hansen, Vie Peliere, Earl Hunt.

Mississippi, while Knipp and I nczyk are amateur from Indiana Top, AI Frueauff, Tonuny Power, Dale Balch, Ralph Ilenwi, Dewey'
and Connecticut, respectively. Keep off the grass. Burton. Lt. (J?) W. II. Morton to the team manager



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