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VOL. 3, No. 35 8 November, 1945

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command


Station. Takes Holiday Monday To Observe Armistice


A Ii. R Going On One PARADE; VETS

Shift 13 November PLAN FEATURES

NAS Jacksonville will join with

Converting to peace-time operation, the Assembly and1'epair the first nation peace-time Monday Armistice in observingthe Day

Department will abolish its night shift tomorrow. Effective In four years.

.. Tuesday, 13 November, the activity will begin a one- The Coservance commemoratesthe
shift daily schedule. rt signing of the documents on

-_.. .- -- With minor exceptions, tomor- ) that crisp November day in 1918
STATION VETERAN row night will be the last time that brought an end to hostilities
that A & R workers, both civilian between the Central and Allied
and naval, will have to worry Powers, the end of the war "to
e about changing over to a swing : preserve democracy," the war to
shift and the irregular hours for srsr I end all war.Actually .

sleeping and eating which result. Armistice Day falls on
In order to co-ordinate the work- Sunday, but in view of the double
ing hours of the major depart- holiday, it will be celebrated on
I ments aboard the station, providefor Monday instead. As a legal holiday
a staggered flow of traffic It means a day off for both
through the gates, and to enable service and civilian personnel
the mess halls and civilian cafe- \ aboard the station with only duty
teria to handle the increased loads, 4tf 4 sections working Monday

the following changes in working __ No special ceremonies are being
hours will be made beginning : arranged on the station to com-
Tuesday, 13 November. memorate the event, But NAS and
Assembly anti KepalrWorking NATTC personnel will participateIn
hours, 0715 to 1615, Lunch hours, WY a huge, patriotic parade to be
1015 to 1145 and 1115 to 1215. held in downtown Jacksonville

1'ubllcorkt_Working hours, which local officials say will be the
0730 to 1630, Lunch hour, 1200 to greatest ever to be held In this
1SOO: city. AU veterans' organizations,
Supply_Working hours, 0745 to including the Veterans of Foreign
I 1615. Lunch hour, 1200 to 1300:: Wars, the Disabled American Vet-

Inspection IeptPersonnel assigned erans, and American Legfon Posts,
to A & R will follow the l4yg 3 as well as all city school bands,
schedule for Assembly] and Repair. y c dy T d will take part.

Personnel assigned to Supply will _VVVV ...___....,..... ,. ... ,..n''" 'W'''' .w,..,..........".....n......._..__ :Most unusual aspect of the pa-
711.1VLNO follow the schedule for .
Supply.All M, TillS IbX'l A PICTURE of a couple of smartlydressedcivilian rade will be the fact that the men
other both service
personnel, gals strolling about at NAS. They're two of our own who fought in World :ar I whose
and civilian will continue under
schedules, : WAVES modeling their prize-winning creations in the uniform re- end is being celebrated are ex- .
present conversion contest which closed last week Mary Jane Alexander, pected to be outnumbered by vet-
" AMM3c, of the Welfare Department, right, shows off the snazzy fall erans of World War II.
Six Activities Are suit she whipped up from a suit of blues which copped first prize of Other events on Monday's calendar ] -
TilE DIVTIlsCilON a $25 War Bond, and Elsie Frieda Rimmel, AMMI)2c) of A & R, are:
of being the officer who has the left, proudly displays her peacetime version of the regulation seersucker Annual luncheon of American
100 Per Cent I In
longest service at NAS, Jacksonville ] dress which won second prize. Legion Post 9, George Washingtonhotel
. Comdr. Fred H. Gage, I 1230.
Yard Officer, celebrated his fifth War Chest DriveWith I Dress Reconversion Contest Open house at Jacksonville Post
anniversary here last week. It 1689 of Veterans of Foreign Wars,
i almost coincided with the sta six station activities already -I clubhouse, 1300 buffet lunch
tion's fifth birthday, as the naval reporting 100 per cent partiCipation ResourcefulNeed I" Open house of South Jacksonville
; aviation "old-timer" reported Lt Mark Bartlett, gen- I Shows_ _.. I American Legion Post 88, Le-
V aboard on 1 November 1940, just of the CommunityWar gion home on LaSalle street 1230.
j two weeks after NAS was for- Chest Campaign, expressed I Just what to do with the old I -,-",-
mally commissioned. Gage has satisfaction yesterday with the I uniforms after receiving that lit
headed the Yard Department progress of the drive. New Cards tle slip of paper saying "Discharge Victory Parade
, during the whole of his tour of 'Early] reports indicate that de- Certificate" is a problem which
: duty here, and has seen NAS spite a reduction in personnel, At Commissary WAVES have been discussing for I
' grow to one of the mightiest na- since last year's drive, NAS Jack- many long months. To determine Opens CampaignAlthough
val air stations in the world. sonville and its auxiliaries will Holders of penult cards for the Just what ideas on the subject the
-- -- make a fine snowing," he stated; Ship's Store Ashore (Commis- girls] had, WAVES Welfare spon- the sale of War Bond
"If all other departments do as well I II sary) must renew them prior to 1 sored a contest recently and the has dwindled steadily to new low
Nursery SchoolIs I as some which have already turned December, according to the Plan judging last week confirmed the levels at the War Bond office here
In their contributions, we ought to I of the Day.Applications, belief that American gals are a re- and bond allotments are decreas-
top last year's total of $15,233.10.. I for the new cards sourceful and inventive lot. What the
ing, new Victory Loan cam-
Taken OverThe The six activities reporting 100' will bi issued throughout the happened to the uniforms after the paign initiated 29 October will
I percent are Fire House No.3, month of November to all p rson' WAVES went to work convertingthose ceive
complete support and sales
Dewey Park Navy Nursery Personnel Relations] and Vocational net upon entering the store. New G.I.'s with scissors and nee- effort from NAS Jax and all
School has been taken over by the Training, Central Office (all civilian cards will be prepared and dis- dle shouldn't happen to a zoot establishments, Lt Jean Blanchard] Navy
Welfare Departments of NAS and Repair tributed the month ,
personnel), Emergency as progresses \V
suitFirst ( ), station war bond
NATTC for Joint operation and the Division of A & R, Metal Di- and old cards will be invalidatedon prize of a $25 War Bond issuing
Duval County Board of Public Instruction vision of A & R, and Office of Public 1 December. as announced by the judges, went agent, said this week
a is no longer connected Information. Holders] of current permit cards Continued on rage Two Decrease in sale of bonds id

with the project, the Jax Air News I A number of departments and I are being urged to apply for the -- -- --- .- ber probably attributable to the num-
learned I their to the deadline to being separated from serviceor
yesterday. divisions have gone way over new ones prior
Transfer of the sponsorship of Continued on Page Seven I" avoid a last minute rush. Hat Confusion Is are about to be separated and
... to the reduction of civilian person-
the to the ---" -- ---
nursery Navy was necessitated - ------- ----- -

1 curtailment, it of was Federal stated funds, by the for I Captured Nazi Sub Be BroughtTo Cleared By OrderThe nel The she new said.Victory Bond drive was

the operation of such war-time launched in Jacksonville with parade
V activities ; uniform situation Is under
by local authorities. The and fanfare in quest of $14-
Tax in Bond Drive
decision of Support control. 856,000 as the local quota High-
the Welfare
n -
the smoke cleared
ments to act as Depart-I Yes, confusion ranking Navy and Army officer
all the
I out of an investigation of Featured In the Jacksonville I history repeated itself in 1944 away Tuesday for the week were on the reviewing stand W i
'. uation by a special committee corn- Victory Loan campaign will be the when the officers and men of the that reigned the enlisted past was the balcony of the Aragon hotel

.y posed of Chaplain Edwin W Andrews exhibition of famous German sub- baby carrier Guadalcanal] and five among settled. It's blues with white men hats, when the colorful parade moved
of NATTC, Lt. Comdr. Clar- marine U-505 which will be destroyer escorts drove the Ger- and whites with neckerchiefs for through Jacksonville's flag-draped
berthed at Pier 1 of the Gibbs Gas man sub to the of the streets. NAS Jax
ence H, Ebers, formerly of NAS top sea, pep I liberty again, mates, and that's was representedwith
Welfare, and Lt. Comdr. Anthony Engine Company, Jacksonville, pered the crew .off her slippery ; Not only that, but bands and a detachment oC
straight dope
I... J. Dejulio of NATTC Welfare.I I from 15-20 November. The gen shell, and then, ignoring the dan- the blue flat hats are completelyout 200 WAVES and 1,000 sailors.
The .staff of the nursery will eral public will be admitted to the : ger of booby traps and demolition of the picture_you can't wear A Victory Loan train, carrying
consist of a directing teacher, an I sub only by purchase of Victory I bombs, boarded her in the name 'em even if wish. returned war heroes and exhibitsof
assistant director, another teacher, Bonds, with daily visiting hours of the United States. The prize Station Order you No. 119-45 settled war equipment, is expected to
a cook, and a maid. extending from 1200 to 2200. i. was towed from the capture posi- the issue definitely As far as en- visit Jacksonville next Monday.
Fees will be five dollars per During the visit of the U-:05, tion, 150 miles off the west coast listed men are concerned that's
week for each child, but where the U. S. Navy officers and crew 'of French West Africa, to the the liberty and chapel unifoim. Replacement Plan
now aboard her will be housed in : Naval Operating Base, Bermuda,
( or.tinned] Page Seven Uniform of the day is undress Hailed TomorrowAccording
the sub's quarters and will conduct more than 2500 miles away, to blues whites.
e tours through the ship, it was an- I close an incident of this war that Clothing or and Small Stores did a to the term of '
Swimming Now In nounced by Judge J. Ollie Ed- rivals anything Hollywood could land office business in flat hats Personnel Officer' Directive
Chairman of the Duval dream Number 47-45, dated 6 November -
munds, I up in the way of before-the- exhausting their stocks a couple of I
New Indoor Pool County War Finance Committee, I mast thrillers. times. They reported sales in ex- the past policy of replacing
who is In charge of arrangements. The seizure of the U-505 was the cess of 500, as a steady stream of enlisted men ordered to sea by
Outdoor swimming pools on the The U-505 first came into the result of a pre-arranged trap In men poured in to purchase hats so recruits has been cancelled The
\ station have been secured for the limelight in this country when it I, which airplanes and surface craft they could go ashore Friday afternoon directive reads "Enlisted personnel >> -
fall and winter season, Lt, Comdr.W figured as one of tho principals in swung into battle as the trap was it was announced over the recruit replacement ofmen
7 P. McGuirk, officer-in-charge a dramatic capture at sea that I sprung, So smoothly did the details loudspeakers that hats were op- tmnifeml from shore to
of physical training, said today must refer back to the year 1315 work, that 53 of the 50-nian tional, and finally Tuesday the sea has been cancelled effective -
,All swimming will now be confined for precedent. It was in that year German crew were tal: 'n alive and whole uniform picture was overhauled upon filling quotas for
to the new indoor pool, where that the U, S. Navy last boarded sent to Bermuda for questioning, draft leaving 9 November 1945, '
recreational hours have been provided and captured a foreign enemy Officers and men of the task fleet So take your choice boys, of and this no more men> are needed for
Including evenings from man-of-war. Now at the close of received a naval citation for their whites or blues. But remember, ticeJ11X /'program until further no
1800 to 2100. World War II, it is revealed that part In the unusual exploit NO FLAT HATS I


Two JAX AIR NEWS ,.8 November, 1945

Senate Measure Would Offer PUT ON YOUR OLD BONNET! '


Many Inducements For Navy

(SEA) Several inducements; to re-enli in the Regular Navy an;
offered enlisted men in a new bill introduced by Sen. Walsh (D., Mass.),
The muureohu been approved by,th? Senate Naval Affairs Committee .
and has gone to the Senate for actoin. .
Among the important provisions' .

of the bill are: ..

Double enlistment allowance for V

men re-enhsting within 21 hoursof

'expiration of a previous enlist- t7 ; C 4Jc S

ment. This would allow men in the

first three pay prudes J100 multi-

plied by the number of years in spray VE '

their last enlistment. Men in the u.s. NAVAL. HOSPITAL,

lower pay grades would receive $50 _

times the number of years in the I i By Kulh I. Hall, }:n... (NC)
previous enlistment. The fishing season is here .
For all fishermen aboard who are
Eligibility for transfer to the I
I interested' we have procured one
Fleet Reserve after 16 years of By Virginia K. Fraser, Sir ,1 half dozen rods and reels for those

service : for those who re-enlist The only thing we're interested patients and personnel who wishto
within 120 days after the passageof in today is: When do we get out* contact the boys in Physical
the act. Those! who re-enlist later -,
will become eligible for such When will we be civilians again? ''1: Therapy Department. They nay
fishing is good sport in Florida
transfer only after 20 years of But while we're waiting let'slook
Why don't you try It and see?
service- around and as my Dad us- I
Travel allowance of five cents ualy says in his letters to me,
All Patients .
per mile to the original place of I ?
enlistment for enlisted men of the "Count your blessings. Beginning 9 November and hre .
Reserve who are discharged in or- We are stationed at the largest!: for three days will be those two '1
der to sign for the Regular Navy. naval air station. in the United gorgeous, glamorous, girls, Miss
Guaranteeing commissions for States. Where else could any of Barbara Britton and Miss Patty
recommended chief petty officers you> gals equip ourselves' at no IJJllfnJNJ I McCarthy, movie starlets, who will
who will pass periodical examina expense, with all the knowledge' 2 be on the station to visit all the
tions. Similar examinations and that's right here for you to ac-' patients on the wards and to makean .
guarantees for men of lower rates quire at will? You newcomers ran I appearance in the Hospital Au-
who have had at least four years' apply yourselves to this and for TIIOSE CITE LITTLE BH'E HATS didn't last long.-only a ditorium. So "fell as" be on handto
duty. Retirement benefits for dis- you oldsters who are waiting there day and a half but they furnished more conversational fodder see these two lovelies and w tl-
abled enlisted men permittingthem are still plenty of opportunities.A among: the crew than the Battle of Midway, the atom bomb or Rita come them to Jax as only you can.
to retire at the highest rate number of ;you gals, throughthe Hayworth'i latest picture. "The hats are too heavy they blow
held in active duty status. jobs you've held here, are going off there's no place to put them in the chow hall they hurt A group of our Hospital Corps
Credit for years served in World to be able to walk into some the head Okay, okay, boys. But wait'll you try on that first Waves enjoyed a Buffet Supperand
War II for, Reserve personnel who grand civilian openings In the same Stetson and see how big and heavy it feels Dance at Camp Blanding on
recalled to active duty after line. But are you fuly equippedwith -.- -
were --- - 2 November, The party was held
retirement following 16 years of knowledge about the job? : at the Recreational Hall and fun
,active duty. And :you other gals, if your job I Navy Would Train Youths was had by all dancing to that ultra -
For enlisted men transferring to isn't exactly something you'd like fine music.. We might add that
the Fleet Reserve after 20 years' to follow out in the post-war world I there were frequent visits made to
service a percentage of pay how about looking around to see! Yearly Under Truman Plan the buffet tables where they served
amounting to 2'a times the number -! if you can get some first-hand Information I Turkey with all the fixins', and
of years of sen-ice. This would on a Job you would like? from the scuttlebutt around the
make the maximum retirement Our libraries are equipped with (SEAThe) Navy expects' to
compound, a good time was had by
tYay 75: 'o of base .Pay. instead of some of the finest books availableand train annually 232,000 18-year- Dress everyone.
the present 50'fr.; also those which are available I' olds, if Congress approves Presi-

.X only to Navy personnel; books that I dent Truman's plan for universal I ContiniMtl from 1'Mgr Out Have you heard strains of popular
written in own language:
SHIP LOSES ITS can understand. military training. Each man wouldget to Mary Jane Alexander AMM3c. dance music coming from theRecreation
a layman
even '
for her idea for remodeling dress !i Hall
Take them out study them. a full of training. some Tuesday or
blues. The second prize of a Thursday afternoons between 1400
Talk to people in other jobs. These men__who would not be metic kit was awarded to Elsie '!i an d 1500? Have you wen Sailors
leisure time.
MOMENT IN WARThe Roam around In
Look Into your haven't been.Maybe in the Navy but merely civilians Frieda Rimmcl, AMMi( i 2c, for her and Marines with dancing fttt
luck of the destroyer USS I I something places you worth your own being trained for a military reserve suggestion regarding the seer- ;| gathered to listen to this mellow'
Callaghan: ran out just 49 minutes sucker dress. A tie resulted for I music If
not, come some week and
special while is waiting to be discovered __ would be given three
before she was due to sail for third )place between' Janet M. Kenny I listen to the NATTC orchestra
the kamikaze by you. months class A schooling or the AMMSc whose included '
home, and plane I No matter what job you have offering These men really gtlut with
that sank her off Okinawa would i at present or what job you want equivalent, three months operational a blazer rain hat and skating some scintillating melodies and
have been number 13 if the gun outside, right here and now is the training and three months suit, and Alice E. Sauer, Sic, for will play almost anything upon re-
ners had shot it down. and to the end of that her suggestions: concerning white quest.
best time place get ready sea. duty. At jar .
suit .raincoat blouse and hat.
months of combat
After 18 duty,
for it.Life. they would be in the general reserve -
the crew had been informed via isn't so bad here now. There for six years during which Both girls received cosmetic kitsas Detached this week are:
the public address system that the I prizes. Honorable mention wentto Lt. Comdr. Orville M. Welltla-)
are a lot of unpleasant things wedon.t time they would not be subject! to
ship would be relieved of its bat- have any more, and a great any further military\ duty, exceptin Sally Hayes. Elsie F. Riminel ger tle station at 0130 and immediately many pleasant things we do case of national emergency declared and Alice E. Sauer. I'I Benefits Officer, detached to the
re-fuel for the trip back to, the have. by Congress. Here are a few hints with re- Separation Center at Mainside t3
States. At 0040 an antiquated en- Our Recreation and Welfare De- Pay would probably be less than gard to the prize winning entries: be released to inactive duty
emy biplane was sighted and driven partment is doing its best to help for Navy enlisted men, but trainees Reverse the lapels on your blue Lt (Jg) Margaret Williamson
oft But the pilot simply madea i you while away your "offtime"for would receive many of the suit, forming a high-necked jacket. (NO), USN detached to USJW.
wide circle, came down from pleasantries. same benefits, such as medical Add new buttons and more Norman, Oklahoma.
his dive altitude, and streaked into I Football season is here and basketball care, hospitalization and education button holes.' Remove the pocket Ens :Marybelle Green INC)
the Callaghan only a few feet not far away. flaps and collar tapering the neckof USNR. detached to USNH Memphis
above the waterline.The The latest movies ark shown every The Navy's, share of the estimated the jacket in the back. A costume Tenn.It .
plane crashed into the starboard -I night with a Crew's Dance 50,000) men eligible each pin, earrings, open-toed
side at 0041, and the impact thrown in for good measure on year would be divided 193,000 to. pumps, and a little blue pill-box was announced by Lt W W.
explosion' poured a 150-foot towerof Saturday nights. Don't forget all the Navy, 39,000to the Marines: complete the picture and you end Massey, Physical Training Rehabilitation Four minutes later I I the pleasant moments we've Each man would have his choiceof up with a first class, ppy-look- Officer at the Naval Hospital -
the plane's gomb, which had fallen spent dancing or listening to our which service to enter, so longas big/ outfit. that there will be a basketball -
into the after engine room, ex- fellow shipmates in this band. Pretty the prescribed 8-3 ratio between The matter of reconversion of team at the hospital The
ploded. The two fires ignited stowed nice listening, too when they I Army and Navy and 5-1 ratio be the seersucker dress Is a case of head coach will be Walter Ham-
ammunition so that shells burst played for noon chow at the galley between Navy and Marine Corps I subtraction and addition. Subtract brick, CSPA), who played basketball -
in all directions. 'I Continued MI Page Three I are maintained the seersucker belt and add a Kel-' for Morehead State Teachers -
ly green suede number and three College, Ky. AssC' . HERE'S WINNERS AND JUDGES OF CONTEST buttons of the same color at the i be Hugh Smith CSP(A) who played -

__ _.. .. __u_ _______ .. .. .. __._ neckline Next add a Kelly green ;I ball for Ohio State
-' breton hat and you've got the tdlal
: Daily workouts are being: hEW
.a new outfit I and in spite of the fact that
Judges for the contest were Lt. of the candidates have had mOllt. '

Eleanor L. Flint, (chairman Ensign i: High School experience, chief
Ellison E, Manly, Dorothy Hambrick
expects to have a very
_. Larkin. SpT( ), and Elizabeth Voll- good team.
SdA > mar, Sic.Just I The the
Hospital Quintet opens
one hint before you start season with Camp Blanding Wednesday.
remodeling.' Better' wait until you 14 November. It will also
receive those discharge papers before play the St. Johns River Group,
adding buttons, pins, earrings, Reserve Fleet of Green Cove
etc. to the present uniform or you Springs, on 6 December.The .
will end up being SNAFU.Pensacola hospital is seeking gameswith
.x teams on the base and in the
surrounding area. Any teams wishing -
Field I to play the Naval Hospital' ,
write to NV. R. Hambrick, )
i Gets OTU GroupSouth Naval Hospital, Jacksonville, FJa.;
y wr (t ''

V Field at Whiting Field, Wedding Bell .
Pensacola, is being made ready for Lt. (jg) Leah Janet Rosen! NC)
I the OTU squadron from Jax Municipal USNR and Mr. Harold Abrams
AL 4i' L I No. 1 and is scheduled to were united in marriage 'on Saturday -
4 be in operation by the first of the 29 October In the small
Tower year, Recording to The Whiting chapel at Mainside. The bride Is on

the staff of the USNH, Jax, Fla,
More than 300 enlisted men and the groom is a veteran of '
from Jax Municipal have been i World War II having: served with '
transferred to Whiting.: An aerial' the U. S. Army in Europe.The .
photo school, under the cognizanceof
} NATTC, is expected to be established :
American Red Cross' was
there 1 December
I fortunate in procuring fifty ticketsfor
-- -' iI. _
the concert given by the noted
New I
York U OlSWe
... .... know don't young Polish pianist, Witold Malcuzynskl -
+ -
why this should be
.. 1IV'! < true, or : thus enabling a groupof
PRIZE WINNERS AND JUDGES in the recent WAVES uniform reconversion contest posed for what' It proves, but Selective !en'Ie up patients t interested In classical -
the above photo lat week beside the WAVES OOD office. Pictured, left to right, are Elizabeth Voll- has just completed a survey music an opportunity to at-
mar, ,Sic, of the Welfare Department, judge; Elsie Frieda Rlrnmel, AMMI)2c) of A & R, second place vhkh shows that domestic ht'lp.- tend. Mr. Malcuzynskl was presented -
winner; Alice E, Sauer, Sic, of F.I.S., who tied for third place; Janet M. Kenny, AMMc) ; of A & R, KHisehcM cooks, chauffeurs and at the George Washington
other third placer; Mary Jane Alexander, AMM3c, of the Welfare Dept., winner of the >125 War Bond vaMs- had the highest, percentage Auditorium on 1 November
+ Irst prize; ,Ens. Ellison E. Manly of Central Transportation,,judge; and Lt. Katherine M. RaM, officer 9,6.-<< rejections' for mill- through'th efforts of. the Minor
t charge of WAVES Athletics! and Welfare which sponsored the contest. tary service. and Major Concert Productions.Page .

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A SAIUMl LIKES; TO KAT JUST TIIK: SAME ,and if he went over to the mesa hall and found it empty

there'd be a whale of a lot of griping. Despite manpower Shortages, no replacements, and many other handicaps -
the Navy still turns out some mighty good chow. (1) One of the first steps is inspecting the food that

goes into the finished meal, and Joseph Peters inspects a quarter of beef as Lt George E. Drach looks on.

((2) Cleanliness is of prime importance in the handling of food, and Lt. Fred H. Wendorf, Commissary Officer,
and Emanuel Repasky, BM2c. inspect mess cooks at the Main' Galley, (3)) The bake shop turns out some
swell pies and cakes as well as all the bread served in the chow halls. Here the sailors and WAVES are

busy whipping up a few hundred pies.. (4) Fridays are fish days, and in this photo the cooks are deep-frying
some succulent fillets for the noon meal's main course ((5) Soup' takes on an added quality during the chill

wintry days and Chief Commissary Steward Elbert C. Phillips takes sample sip of the day's offering ((6)

w Mess rooks have the job of dishing out the finished product, and there's plenty of everything for everyone.
M 3 (71 m The best part about the whole thing U eating; doat let all the griping fool you the fellows and girls. i

really go for that G.I. chow.



Surplus- Property- t-Act-- -Gives-Many .I Separation Here 46 Officers Are Promoted Under :IALNAV

Rights and Privileges to VeteranEditor's !I Is On IncreaseThe ; Junior Grade and BelowPromotions 1

point drop on 1 November to 46 officer ----- -
came ;
N< concerning rights and prhilfyes offered by the Surplus PiopettyArtt AEROLOGY -MORSE. Mary N.,
iminy- has caused a gradual increase ir J70-45 promoted those with duty
the JAX AIR NKWS piondea below a summary of the serer slept with', the number being processed at the since the period 1 April 1944-1 May) Ensign and HUGHES, Delmar V..

woe,' 'an/ (ill wwj/ki/i/ (application /orsllrplus property, toyrtlter ', local Personnel Separation Center, 1944 I Lieut (jgt I.
it hit of uwesMww and aniwera co\er\ny\ almost all points of formation according to the center's office ol The officers, with rank prior tc PHOTOGRAPHIC,

that: seem to require clcJriicatkm.Sttp.i ___ __ _________ I public information. I promotion, are listed below : Bruce C. Lieut (jg).
betaken are as follows OPERATIONS WILEY, Wil.
to I of it on the spot.hMC The capacity of the Separation I SUPPLY & ACCOUNTING.'ABRAMS -
possession ,
1. Take your discharge papers, I Stanley, Ensign, and lIam T. Lieut, jgi", and NEW.
other Will Aid on Eligibility: Center has not yet been taxed,
l leave or i NAN Charles H.. Ensign.
papers WIMER Robert J Lieut (jgl.)
of I Even with this information avail however, the office reported at the ? I
that are a veteran DISCHARGE POOL BROWN
World War II to the nearest able there will no doubt be con same time. ,' FAREBAER, Jack, Lieut (jgt. I i Edward V., Jr., Lieut jg).
fusion veterans concer'ning'their far has been 30
among The day so
S W I'C. I peak v*. -
and other details of and BANT. Harold J? Lieut (jg)
eligibility October when 531 officers and men
2. Present to SWPC or to a disposal WAR BONDS BLANCHARD
the program. Any veteran who Is separated. But the volume
were White
to I Caps
: agency for 'Gene Lieut ljgASSEMBLY( >I.
is the
of the business I confused urged by this week has been showing an increase
description & REPAIR DAVIS
write to it and an effort will be last week because of "
over Continued 1 Two
rum Page
profession or employment in 'I Robert J., Ensign, HAHN,,
made to furnish satisfactory-
the first of
which you will use surplus Government I In the meantime, it .ay the point drop on day I Leonard A.. Lieut. (Ug). HEINE,, wasn't it?
swers the month to 41 for enlisted men,,
property and a list of the be to veterans in business I Joseph R. 14, Lieut (jg), HITCH, I Speaking of music, those con
helpful 48 for male officers, 39 for naval
i and quantities of piopcrtyBtiat Paul E. Lieut. ), HUMPAL. I .
yUn< I those who are contemplating en- I I tjg certs given in the Waves Recreation
; or aviators other than rank of ensign
you wtsli to purchase. I tering business to read the follow- and 20 for aviators of ensign ,Eugene G., Ensign, KELLY Thomas Hall are pretty nice listening
3. Get a certificate from the ing questions which are asked I M. Lieut (jgi I, LACROIX, Lucien pleasure also

SWPC stating that you have preference i about surplus property for vet- rank. I J., Lieut (jgi, ROBINS. Alex- Our choirs and church organsare
rights as a veteran to buy erans and the official answers pre- : In order to help speed the release ander Lieut. (jg), SECURO Michael among our loveliest enjoy.ments. .

surplus Government property and pared for them.Q I or discharge of men, and at I Lieut (Ijgl), SHREVE. Wil- A weekly visit to your own
listing the kind and quantities of I Who Is entitled to veterans'I the same time relieve naval personnel 'Ham T? Lieut jg). and LAN- chapel will bring you contentmentwhen
such property that you want to I preference in the purchase of sur- I now "frozen" to office work, I GENDERFER, Raymond C, Lieut. you realize our prayers have-

buy. If there are different kindsof I plus property ? I the Separation Center has appealed I (Jgl.> been answered concerning Peace

surplus property involved the I A. Any person who served In the to the U. S. Employment MEDICAL- KRAUSE, James Then, there's always the out-of-

SWPC may give the veteran more I active military or naval service of Service office in Jacksonville for B., Lieut (jg). door hamburger, hot-dog or steak

than one certificate. I the United States on or after Sept. 200 civilian employees.Over I INSPECTION- OUTON, How roasts. And within a little coolnessIn

4. Present this certificate to the I 16, 1840 and prior to the termina- 500 enlisted men and 100 ard E., Lieut (Ijg). the air these nights our appetites .

disposal agency actually selling tha tion of World War II, and who has I officers will be discharged each I COMMUNICATION SOREN- are really somethin'.
SEN, Mary E., Lieut (jg). Like those nice long weekendswe
property you want to buy. The : been discharged or released under day as soon as sufficient personnel
assist with the WAVE ADMINISTRATION have now! It's the chance you
SWPC will help you to find the I honorable conditions I cane\ recruited to
disposal agency. If it U I Q. Do length of service, service I Interviewing and detailed clerical TRIBBLE, Susan E. Lieut (jgl.PERSO1NEL have been awaiting to do a little

difficult proper fur you to deal directly I overseas, combat action, wounds'I work Capt. M M De Wolf commanding CRITTENDEN, sightseeing.
I I officer said General office Lloyd W.. Ch. Clk.I'ERSONNEL St Augustine America's oldest
with the disposal agency, you may and decorations have any bearingon ,
ask the SWPO to handle the trans a veteran's preferential standing clerks, interviewers, clerk RELATIONS and quaintest city, is only a short
? stenographers, clerk typists and CHAPMAN, Charles P. Jr., Lieuttjg distance away. Silver Springs is a
action for you ,
5. Upon teaming l from the dis- A, No. mail file\ and record clerks are ). must on your list It's one of the
INSTRUCT'ORSSCHOOL the world. For those
where the propertyyou Q. Are veterans of World War I needed he said, and preference will FLIGHT I wonders of
posal want agency,to buy is located, you entitled to preferential treatment \be given veterans, widows of veterans 1 BEAMAN, Oliver I who want to do for the whole week.
BOOZER, Warren M.. COLLINS, I end there's Daytona Beach or famous
will probably want to inspect thiliAroperty A No. and wives of disabled vet
D DONOVAN John C., Miami Beach.
John ,
yourself, and if you do, Q. Just what preference is extended Clans ,
I is difference in the air
GORDON, Wendell C.. HORNER, There a
that right, to the veteran I --- +if-------
WJU have of : Charles J., PRESTON. William R., since the war Is over. But considering
that to the prior rights
A. Subject
6. Upon finding and property Government agencies and State U. S. Fleet Losses SIPOVICZ, William, TRACY, Gilbert our many blessings here, let's
.' you wish to buy Inspectingit i L. MURRAY the little time we have I taft
u.. ZAGST Joseph enjoy
for condition, arrange laYRll'nt'with and local government to acquireIt I'I Total 2,003 Ships John G, all Ensigns, and and make It all worthwhile as
the disposal agency or he will be given a preferenceto I
not I surplus property for :I (SrAmerican fleet losses BECK)'ORD. George H., Lieut wed '
SWPC If you are purchase I'
through __ __
(jg), and KING, Clarence W., x
directly with the disposal use in his awn small business agri- for World War It totaled 2.003
dealing Married :SO limea
enterprlsf.1He Lieut. (jg). .
credit cultural or professional ships of 792,000 tons including one j
In some cases maybe
agency. Kansas CNSThomas) H.
may also buy, within reasonable battleship, live carriers six escort
obtained \ Joseph T., Lieut (jg). Ginigan, a lawyer, has been mar.'
and three
7. After have paid for the limits, one initial stock of property carriers, six heavy light .
you I VPB2OTU1)) LAMMERS, vied 30 times. Each time, however
with 70 47 subs
credit for resale in connection a Cruisers, destroyers
property or completed inform the your disposal business established or to be established and numerous smaller craft. An-' Delmar R., Lieut (jg), STEPHENSON he was merely'a proxy bridegroom

arrangements want the by him other 3,314 vessels were leased to Chesley C., Jr.,. Lieut. (j JR), taking the vows for- overseas aol*

agency shipped where'if you you cannot property take' '(To lie Continued Next Week) our Allies. I WHITE Joe, Lieut (jg) and WIL diers and Sailors.

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Office ot Public editorial Information Offices Room 221 I : eix>s at 1Vieuus f rntinira on
v- Administration Annex, Bide. 95*
Telephone Extension 8542 II .
IX Comdr. James P. Kelly, fSXR Editor
The JAX AIR NEWS l I' publUhed weekly at the U, S. II -
Naval Air Station Jacksonville. Florida by the Office of 4
Public Information at no expense to the government and In I CHAPLAIN HAROLD 1.. BOOCII
compliance with Secnav Circular Letter 4 -5tI:.! :* May 1945.
\ distributed free of charge at the Naval Air When in America a man is crowned with
ffta the Naval Air Technical' Training' Center, the I
Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training ComNaval success one of two questions generally is

i Auxiliary'hoor.\ UX11Ir, SUtlon Air: Station Cecil if3nV; Naval t-pilngs l Air, : askedhow much he is worth or what has t)
Gunners' the U. S. Naval Hospital, the Naval Auxiliary
f Air Station Municipal No. 1, and the Naval AuxiliaryAir he done? We seem to have just two popular
Station. Mayport- I yardsticks for measuring a victorious life .
,Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davlson. I'SN I accumulation and achievement. When
'S we resort
Chief. vl Naval Air Advanced Training
to the vernacular and say that a young
Captain Anthony R.Officer Brady, USN I man is "making good,'. we do not mean that

Jacksonville Commanding Naval Air Station .. .w>) lii0rv... I he is building a fine, helpful personality ; we

Captain Ford N. Taylor, L'SN THE TWO IIKADS: pictured above belong to a man named Rib- mean he is making money or amassing in
Commanding Oil leer bentrop and a roan named, Hess, respectively. In these heads were fluence. The announcement that a girl has
Naval Air Technical Training Center hatched some great plans concerning a new world order Well, the married well does not necessarily imply that
plans didn't quite work out, and even the heads will soon be rendered
Clarence! J, Brown (lit C) UfrN ,
Captain she has plighted her troth to a man of clean
Ft ther
Commanding Officer about as useless as pumpkins of the same size and weight .
U. S. Naval Hospital o comment on the subject is included in today's editorial column, hands, white heart, and aspiring hopes. It
headed "Murder Ain't Safe." means rather that she has been able to start
Colonel Martin J. tveiierirr USMC ( )
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Commanding Officer financially and socially where her mother
Marine-Barrack Wanna Join? finished.
Commander Edvvaia\ 1:.. Dolecek. USN Measuring success in the terms of wealthis
Naval Commanding Air Uunneif'Officer School | We were sitting quietly in our office the other day whena not necessarily a fallacious procedure. I ,.
big strapping separatee walked in and sat down. :Money\ honestly made and prudently saved
T. Corbin, USN
Commander Commanding Officer "Hey," he said. "I'm on my way outta this place, and I indicates a certain type of genius. Nevertheless -
);aval Auxiliary Air Station. Green Cote Springs just[ thought I'd come in and say so-long." The big SS tilted history has time and again proven that A\

Commander Howard E. Born USN his chair and assumed a thoughtful expression. you cannot appraise the value of a man's \WJ
Commanding Officer .. .. .. .. ''
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Naval Auxiliary Air station Cecil Field "Well, fine, fine," we mumbled heartily, bleakly remembering true achievement by what it will produce in'W'

Commander Salem A. Van Every, Jr., USN our own naked little collection of discharge points. I an open market.
Naval Auxiliary Commanding Air Station Officer Municipal No. 1 "You must be all excited and happy about everything today. When we are downright honest with our-
What big corporation has been bidding for your services, or selves we know success is something a man
Commander Commanding John B. Officer Huhn. USNR are :you going to start a business of your own by courtesy of : out of life, not the way we make a living, isis
Naval Auxiliary Air $t+tion. Mayport the GI Bill ? Or are you, maybe, going to be honest with me : not something he has. What we make out

LleuC CoL William T. Evans. USMC (Ret.) and say you don't know what in hell you're going to d<5 for I of life, not the way me make a living, is
Marine Aviation Detachment the duration of the peace?" the significant factor in personal victory In
I the long last, only one thing counts pro-
The JAX AIR NEWS receive Camp Newspaper Service "What ? he said.
and Ship's Editorial Association material. Republication foundly, and that is character. A regal personality -
ot credited matter prohibited without permission of CNS; "Who finally won the World Series? we said, convinced of
War: Department 25 D. G, :'A)5 Republication E. 4Jnd:.! St., N.V.C.of any, or other SEA matter WashJngton ,- that the Big SS was paying little, if any attentionto I than a regal is a much purse.truer measure suc.'cessI

by service publications, Is prohibited without our words.
except permission of Editor JAX AIR NEWS I Not money, not position, not social prestige -
"Listen, I don't feel as excited getting out of this Navy nor how much "weight you can throw
as I did getting into it. Funny thing about it," he said, "is I around" these are not the standards for

I Letters to the Editor I that I got a little let-down feeling When I came in I had measuring success. Faith, grit, spirit, whatever

parades and flags and the "lemme kill somebody" spirit. ) you may call it, which makes a man loral -

Editor's Note: E't'er since ice printed a Now, when I go out, there's nobody to give me a big good-bye I to the best in himself, is what really
modest request, some time back, for letters to except the :Marine at the gatt 1 dun no. The job is done, I counts. What life makes of us is one thing,
the editor, the mail has contained a fairly guess, but it's funny how 1 feel." i what we make of life is another. And no man
ftaidy stream of reader comment. The letter We looked at him startled, a new idea dawning upon us. is a success! who fails to live up to his obliga-
printed below has to do with an editorial The Big SS had something there. When you join the Navy tions as a "Son of the Living God,"

we wrote on the subject of economic possi- you get a big hand ; but when you join the Civilians, you get *
annoyed looks from the members.
The letter-
bilities in the immediate future. I
writer, a professed Drew Pearson fan, seems t

to take exception to our 1' ell's. Well, we'd I In MemoriamWith I
rather be read than ignored, so here's the
letter in full with no barktalk.I the approach of another Armistice Day comes the
editorial entitled reminder that peace actually has carried with it a terrible .rK\Urx I IOICMMV MlKMKHl: II. l1U!
have just digested your Intl', )U :<>-i! i I. r I'lvipluln Harold L Hooch
to the Future" and in addition to bring- macabre mockery; while the nation honored those who laid 0" >o Win I, Seiun 1'hupl.iln E \\". Amlivuillil.l
"Eye down their lives in another i -Dh I In., :MM' \ sees.- Chaplain Paul II. W. olnvlt) 1 r,
war for the of the
ing on ptomaine nausea it convinces me the cause peace, pi:ra! hinDitlnr I ):,
Per- sons of the dead were dying. While parades and memorial vrrirre lor ('olorrU IVrtonnrl: Ituildinf 1101.1'1.10Chnplaln I.
author is not blessed with :20/20: visjon. | 11. A Porter, pieachln' .
haps the trouble is that reactionary editorialists services were going on, the ticker tapes were busy with news
of'devastatlOn and war. Catholic Chapelt' Muttln Road and lllrtnlniliam Avenul.CHilO .
the future
who keep their eyes peeled on I : -Mjis.08JO .
in the road. Probably no other national holiday has been so joyless : ---Mass.
stumble over the present pits 1
I I Ot1,7tMass.iiOU5la1s) .
and hollow during these war years, and no other has seemed
I beg *o disagree with the aspersions cast so meaningless to the citzens of this country during a time I I ITlXJ-Mass I _
on newspaper columnist, of the Pearson cali- when almost had Clmttian :>rirnr Service Muslin Road aid Birmingham
every family empty chairs around the family Ascetic
bre. He is a realist, whether he is exposing dinner table. I 1100-Small' chapel.
irritations Latter lttMinui! Small Chapel, corner *f Muklla aad19tW
scandals or eco-
military Well, this year the occasion will be happier. New meaning It'flUID&hl''",
nomic problems. 1 seriously doubt that Pearson will to the words -Mutual meeting Wednesda)).
come spoken the
over and
graves, new h"l.b Krlllou! :eriltr trllunthlp Hours.Kilclay .
Lewis, or Close print public relations thanksgiving will be in the minds of those who are alive to1 I 1 15-Small Chapel, Muktln and Birmingham
handouts which are tossed to them by theN.A.M. hear them. Even the bitterness Malnklde.Tuesday .
of those who have lost a son I UllJ-l: 30-ChaplaIM' Office NATTC.
., like a fishhead tossed to a tray cat or a husband must lessen somewhat as they remember that Tuesday NAGS 170O1SJO-Chjplaln'i OUIce. yellow Water

in the alley. the price for world peace is great and that they they have I First Thuisday of each month. 1700-1530. Chaplain's Oi-
Sure, veterans art skeptical about the Gl helped to it. flee, :NAAS.'; Ureen Cove 11I'ln&t
pay Second Thursday ot each month. 1630-1800. Reading
Bill of Rights. It is a step in the right direc- Room, NAAs., Ma>'poi t t.
faults and only ---- Third Thursday of each month 1500-16.30. Chapel. Ju A"c
tion but it has many an
ostrich would try to hide them now that Murder Ain't SafeIt's Note:- No .aervlce I In .PBY_ ._Hangar_.:Area._ .,

demobilization is upon us. The loan clausein = The Book Shelf ;
the Bill is not the help to veterans that not often that evil catches up to the evil-doer in .J
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they have been led to believe it is. :For ac- dramatic satisfying ways, but the year 19ir marks: a period I I Following are some highlights among re- 1
cur c" and enlightment check the records when history seems to He trying to redeem itself for having I cent additions to the library shelves. If you '

of Florida, for example, and see what per- permitted men like Ivan the Terrible, Attila the Hun, and' don't find what you want here or in the library ,
centage of veterans have been refused loans. sundry other colorful individuals to enjoy the fruits of their II tell the librarian on duty. Suggestionsfor 1
Loan applicants have been bound with red misdeeds.The new books and magazines are welcome
tape and tied down with promises of the future fate of Italian, Japanese, and German war criminals at any time It is your library, so let your '
which will never materialize. The Bill should convince the doubter that justice occasionally pops wants be known.

is good to a certain extent, but it is not all up in the affairs of men. Remember what happened to Mussolini PIII LAD E L PIIIA, HOLY .EXPERIMENT -
that it is cracked up to be. a year or two after he made his last balcony speech? : by Struthers Butt Those who hail ;
A man who does not fear the sea and who 01' the feported demise details of Hitler? Or the Laval trial? from Pennsylvania should especially enjoy 1
fails to learn how to swim will drown ; and I i Or what is promised for Goering et al ? Or what is in store this informal and colorful history of the City .
by the same token it is a wise veteran who I for that cute kid Yamashito? I of IJrotherly Love.
1 will analyze present conditions and preparefor Yes, this is a great year for the people who have always I PERSIAN GULF COMMAND: by Joel

any eventualities in ci\"ilianlife, be it depression believed that evil gets its own reward. It's all very neat, : Sayue.; This is a different type of story about !

or the millennium offered by the and very, very satisfying great feats of the \ 'ar. The PGC was the I.
N.A.M. Of course, it is to be hoped that __X.__ outfit that delivered in record time, tons of
prosperity envelopes the veterans and that American supplies across Iran to the Russians : --' : '
they are not required to peddle apples again. Labor vs Management working in hellish country and climate \ / I

They cannot eat promises, any more than a would and against inconceivable difficulties.ATOMIC !
.This be a historic week:, if for no other reason :
writer can subsist on a byline.In than that management and labor are sitting down tog'etflcl'I PURPOSES ENERGY; FOR MILITARY I
by Henry D. The greatest -
conclusion the editorial entitled "Eye '! Smyth.
I'ii Washington to try to iron out difficulties that plague the scientific told
of all time
to th> Future" prompts me to offer a suggestion nation's economic health. Compromise on either side or both'' story !
here in
the full of A
i text of the ofcial report
similar to the one given to an off-ke-tl; l sides is no sign of weakness, and recognition of unalterable the scientific
pianist. The editorial masthead should bear' ': economic rules should clear the air. For instance, there's not I ment that went research into the and technical of develop atomic ,

4 the following warning to its readers : !: much point in a strike that attempts to squeeze more dollars bombs. making

PLEASE DO NOT SHOOT THE EDITORIAL \ from under a price ceiling that is already too low, and there's'I' O. HENRY MEMORIAL AWARD'

W1UTEK. J1E,IS DOING IllS BEST!) no use in pretending that labor and consumer aid t\vo dir-I PRIZE STORIES OF 1940. The current cob

A )tea er'. ferent classes when they are identical. I lection of the best short fiction of the )'ear.Page .


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8 November 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

'Reserve Officers !


I Get OrganizationOf ry

Representation WELfARE

i Reserve officers of the Navy,
. II) LoU Leser (WYSc ''Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, two bare hand, I'd like to
Qur&tluin! Would you remain In including Women's Auxiliaries choke PRESENTS
tli* \V.\\'t:$ if It ifinade a part have bore
formed an organization to And gladly, too the .1
of the
regular Navy ? I I represent them in matters of vital \\ho read this page and IbM
l> mthy t'reager: AMM3c, Co-
Interest to members, according to remarks! ,
luiubus, Ohio. I an announcement received from "I've read' than gags I before!
"No. I am on my way out after
the Director of Public Information
31 months of service. I have enJoyed ,
Rear Admiral H. B Miller. A young couple had just returned .
It' much but will oe
glad to be a civilian again. I've I The association is called "RoeI of the from bride's their friends honeymoon.immediatelycalled One THURSDAY

met a lot of wonderful people and I serve Officers of the Naval Services "STRANGE CONFESSION." A mystery drama starring Lon Cha.
on her and by of making
will miss them.'_ ," with the abbreviation RONS, way ney, J, Carroll Nalsh and Brenda Joyce. 1300-1700\ & 1930.
I and it has been officially conversation asked: "And how
recognized did John at the first hotel
!Mary Carmichael, Sic, Stamford : by Secretary of the Navy, register" FRIDAY
Oonn."Yes. I James Forrestal, and Fleet Admiral you' stopped at?" "SENORITA FROM THE WEST. comedy about the ward of
I think It is a good career Ernest J, King. 'Oh, just fine, replied the bride three rich operators of a gold mine who has aspirations for a singing

for a girl particularly if she has I Among the objectives listed by happily. career. She has never been told of her riches so sets out to make her

no home ties. I like the work I am I RONS are the following: mark in the entertainment world. From here on it looks as though
doing and don't mind in the least Her' lips quivered as they. approached anything could happen and it does. Allan Jones and Bonita Granvilleare
1. To stimulate continuing interest his. HU whole frame
traveling around the country.HK.'h co-starred. 1300-1700 &: 1930.
in the naval services by the I trembled as he looked into her

Toppln,-- Sic, Pawtucket, men and women reserve officers i eyes. Her chin vibrated and his SATURDAY

R. [. and to provide a medium through body shuddered' as he held her I' CREWS DANCE, Mainside Auditorium, 2030 to 2300 music by

"Yes. I like the life_ _there's no which their recommendations may I close to him. the Station Band. .
I be expressed to the appropriate Moral: Never kiss a girl In a
one to report to, you can have fun I
and not too much responsibility." 'agency or branch of the govern. jeep with the motor running. SUNDAY --

. ment. f "AND THEN THERE WERE NONE" A mystery of ten variegated

Tlielnta Gilbert, Sic, Three Riv 2. To consider and take suitable I I West Plains, Mo. (CNS).-.Dorothy persons who arrive on a lonely island off the British coast to

ers Mass. action on matters such as encouragement Jennings, 19 thought she was I spend a week-end with a host they have never seen but who invited
"No. I came in for the "dura of scientific research marrying Dale Howard but instead each through mutual friends. Suffice it to say it turns out to be an

tion." Now that the war is over, and development, possible merger 'married Arnold Clinton, his best eventful week-end. Barry Fitzgerald, Louis Hayward and Walter Hus
t am anxious to go home and be of the armed services, organization 'man The mlxup occurred, she explained ) ton head the cast. 1130-1700 &: 1930

a civilian again." I and administration of reserve personnel in an annulment petition,
__ I universal military service, when the lights went out durIng MONDAY
Mary Srhafer, PR3c, Utica, New and other subjects that may be the wedding ceremony "THE SPIDEK." A murder mystery with Richard Conte and Faye

York I! presented Marlowe. 1300-1700 &: 1930.

"Yes. You are sure of a job with I, The new organization of reserves "Halt. Who goes there?" ( '
a fairly good future when you are is completely independentof "American.
in the Navy. Things look rosy on the Navy Department, according ''Advance and recite the second "HOLD THAT BLONDE." A comedy with a little different twist
the outside now but that might not' to the descriptive folder. Local verse of the Star-Spangled Ban concerning itself with a kleptomaniac his crimes and his romances.

last Security is a good thing and' charters for subsidiary chapters ner." Eddie Bracken and Veronica Lake are the principals.: 1300-1700 it: 1930.

there's nothing like a job to make'' will be established as soon as "I don't know it"
you feel secure." possible "Proceed, American." STUDENT OFFICERS
I .
a -
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Dorothy! Retinas I : Sic, Louisville Asked by his third grade Enj!- THURSDAY-FRIDAY
Ky. I Wives Anxious To lash teacher to name three reasons

"No. I don't think that women, why mother's milk is better than "PARIS UNDERGROUND" Constance Bennett, Gracie Field<
have a place in the Navy in peace: Be Sent to U. S. cow's milk, little Johnny Green 1931)-

time. Now that the job we came woite, : "First it's fresher; second, (NO MOVIE SATURDAY)
in to do Is finished, we should be (C'NS) Thousands of it comes in such cute containers;

glad to retur'UijAn life. I have wives been of besieging American the servicemen American I, third the cats can't get at it." SUNDAY

Embassy demanding transportation I "SENORITA FROM THE WEST." Allan Jones! Bonita Granville< ,
Edith VarUeton, Sic, Fremont' Should Know Better
'I to the U. S. Official explana 1930. -
Mich."Can't. Two pretty girls were walkingI '
tions of the I MONDAY-TUESDAY
see it, scoot. Two years to shipping; shortage failed I down a street. Two salty sailors

is long enough. The Navy is: OK women satisfy have been them. Many of from the whistled. "AND THEN THERE WERE NONE." Barry Fitzgerald, Walter

fur a career"" woman or someone their husbands separated I "The nerve of them," said one Huston. 1930.\
who have beenshipp4"d
with no other ideas or plans in' home of the giiU: "whistling at us two WEDNESDAY
whether they want-
mind "
I ed to go or not. Some 40.000 British I I days before payday.-- THE SPIDER." Richard Conte Faye Marlowe. 1930.

Toni Thliitiiitenos, Sic, Morton wives are waiting to join their'
I American husbands. 'I "I'm sorry I slapped you. I
Grove III. I thought you were trying to get OTHER EVENTS
x .
"Yes. It offers many opportuni --- ----- I i my sorority pin., .

civiltan BOXING _For information regarding workouts call Lt. Rubino,
I \Vrmiimj Sui'forsStay i "Hi, 'ya Babe, I'm going your extension 593 or report to Mainside :Mat after 1:>00.
are so varied and at the disposalof I way," CllKW'S DANTE__ Crew's Dance :Mainside Auditorium, Saturday
Oiif' Closet/
all who take advantge of them. 1 i I "Oh. yeah? Better bring your from 2030 to 2300. Music by the Station Band.
Of the .38.000 dally iniquities SWIMMING __Indoor recreational 1200-
I (powder puff then, sailor. swimming pool swimming \
llrrntU Curia;tr: AS, Big Hollow the Navy Information C'euter I ----- 1300 and 1300-2100 week days. Saturday 1200-2100, and Sunday 1200-
Ga. I In New York hat hail since the I The Archbishop had '
preached a
"Mate, as long as there's men Meet hat been In, HHM baffling I fine set mon on the \beauties of 2100.MUSIC_ Musicians Interested in playing in the Welfare Dance

In the Navy, that'"for me! Ain'tthat I Mftt one fiuin a \\iuiian unit i married life.Bridget Band call Ext. 498. Saxophone, trumpet trombone, base piano, guitar.

: right, Cobina? reported her sun AWOI. from : 'Twas a fine sermon I Instruments furnished. *(
x. hit ohlp and located in
uaiited tu kuu\v' his riverence us nO\VUSGSix alleys Mainside Recreation Building
gave marriage.
Four In News Get; \\hat site should d.. j Maggie: It was indade--an I No. 3. Alleys are open from 1000 to 2100 Monday through Saturday sal
"(>et him back tu hit ship it ''wish I knew as little about the 1200 to 2100 on Sunday. Instruction available by appointment.

Releases at PSCFour !soon at you (fun" i she was toW I subject as he does GOLF__Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturdayand

prominent persons weie released "But I c-un't !" :_ I 0800 to :2030 on Sunday. Golf clubs and balls are available at Golf

I to inactive duty at the Jacksonville "Why not?" :i Asked about his battle experiences HOUM. Free instruction to Naval personnel by appointment, call extension

Personnel Separation Cen- uBeatiH his' girl friend hat" a Marine returnee summed'' 8157. Bathing trunks prohibited on golf course

ter this week. They were: l M-ked him In a <-''_1 and she! up the situation thusly: "I killed I AN'IIORAGEOpen daily to enlisted personnel (with Liberty

Lt. Comdr. Charley Gehringer I I won't give site the key..* just as many of the Japs as they Cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason
of Detroit, Mich., former number. ; did of me." Field.

one second baseman of the major I TENNIS: _Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train

leagues who has been officer-in-! '' ing Building No 72 charge of baseball at NAS Jax. SHE CAN SMILE TOO! I the Mat Area (corner of Mustin and Yorktown Roads). a
Lt. Comdr Randall W, Weeksof
... RKCKPTltlV ('.:STF.R_ The Reception center located In south
Boston. Mass., former, orchestra wing C-building No. 933, is open-to N.A.S.: personnel; and their-guests
leader, who has \been Public Information
TiTi w Lf ; from 1000 to 2200: daily
officer at NATTC for more
than three years. sac nO.TISGSt) SAILING-Call extension 623 Yard Craft Buildcr .

Lt. Comdr William Davidson for information.

StilI k. Jr., of Jacksonville, na LIltKARY_ Located on second 7eck of Mainside Recreation BuiM-,
tionally known amateur golfer ing No. 3. Openfrom 0800 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and from

i who has been assistant Operations 1200 to 2100 on Sunday .

officer at NAS Jax since June PICNICS Athletic gear available for picnics Welfare Othce,
1912. building No. 3.FISIIINi.Fresh. '
I ,
j Lt. Fuller Warren, Jacksonville Ji- I water casting rods, salt water and fresh water

attorney and author and one-time lund lines available in the Welfare Office, Building No. 3.
candidate for who
1 governor OLLLYUALL: BADMINTON, TOL'CII FOOTHALLOfflcer personnel
26 months board
served for on
1 previously scheduled tor sports in the Auditorium are requested
in the Mediterranean
i, troop transports Its to meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized activities:
and American theatres.:: < e

1 A sailor passel- !*T2 i by with seven I WAVES WEEKLY PROGRAM

; small sons all dressed in blues Another
sailor nearby remarked: "He THURSDAY

i must lie a yeoman; he makes seven -- : I Hamburger fry and song-fest at WAVES picnic area. 1SOO.\ Var.

. copies of everything., ( sity Basketball practice at WAVES athletic mat, 1700. Conditioning!
i cldus at ahuftleboard court, 1845.

I Advice Mainside dance from 2030 to 2300.
SEA-Take good rare of your SUNDAYPop

ill,,{'harj(0 i-erlllieate or certlll- concert at WAVES Club, Bldg. 812. at ISO Guests Invited.
: \ rat' of I service> given YUII at ai'li J Jartktion. + t ,
.; It Mould IN" wise 1 to MONDAY
I have the c-ertlflnite rN'ttf'1II"d, fl' Movie "MINISTRY OF FEAR" with Ray Midland refreshment

! wince you may use it in applying in WAVES galley, guests invited, at 1900. Conditioning class at shufttebiurd .
getting a job \ court at 1613.
tot benefits
I and 1 taking advantage of the VII TUESDAY

I Kill of Right. The rounty! clerk\ I1dti Sports night with barracks basketball competition.5S3-5&2 vs.

1 or recorder will/ tin the record 711.7?') and 722 vs. 714, at 1700, Conditioning claaa .at 1515. ,
ing. It you need a ropy you I a

i ran always! get one from the recording --- --- ----_. .._ _. -_._-- -- _._,... WEDNESDAY .
official.: You can replace I Bm;o games in. WAVES galley. ,. guests invited,, prizes, at 1800.
vthlch Lt lost ALTHOUGH she earned'her film laurels for a unique style of class at .
an original Conditioning shuffleboard qourf\ at) 1615.: >
applying to I the brunch: In poker-faced singing, Virginia O'Brien1 smile Is: as warm as toast. I k
She bias been barnstorming the foxhole circuit since Pearl Harbor CRAFT SHOP '
.tvtdrtt ,you nerved. |1'1 but her next spot! Is in M-G-M's "The Harvey Girls." Open daily 10OO-2>,30,: in Elds 720, rooms 100 and 101. ,;


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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 8 November 1945 I

I Seven Down And Four To Go For Undefeated-NAS FliersBenning

"11" Tatum's Club


....__._...._ _A-- "1IiI Meets
Is Bounced By Corpus

Locals, 33-7 Christi Next t1)) '

The bigger they come the Hy Ralph Warner' SpX)3c( )

harder they fall and Sunday An undefeated season a AV

afternoon at Ft. Benning's modern miracle in these days wj.) 4 4of

Doughboy Stadium, the big unpredictable, topsy-turvy

y and tough Georgia Army eleven football_is camping on the

fell with a resounding thud doorstep of the Naval Air Sta-

before the onslaught of the tion Fliers, and if Coach Jim

undefeated NAS Fliers. Tatum's talented gridders can

Speed, alertness and hustle surmount a rocky barrier this

brought Coach Jim Tatum's bril- week, they ought to be "in."

liant team a 33 to 7 victory-its The only major undefeated and

seventh of the season-over giant untied service team in the nation
Doughboys who previously had de- with seven impressive Victories be-
feated Great Lakes, 21 to 12. I' hind them, the NAS gridders will

As in several previous games, I have everything at stake when
the NAS eleven encountered bit- i they run Into a determined Corpus I
ter going in the first half and then Christi Navy team in the Texas I

ran wild in the last two quarters. city Saturday night. ,
However, this time the Fliers I It's naother terrific pressure :
didn't wear their opponets down. game for the speedy, aggressive'. '
They simply outsped and out- zdrex vaw>aa. orroNSxa.acw a.lo w,,..Ri i A'x. ..wowsrY. :oY.s..Iew.-F.,. Fliers, who have played sensation- Ii.ID't
charged the beefy Doughboys, who NAS NETMEN who have conquered seven pp-;; ent.1rt..thciightU;matches this season, losing al ball in every outing so far. I
had three or four veteran players only to the Banana River team by a 4 to 1 count, are establishing a fine record under Coach Stephen Every fan who saw the NAS
available at every position. Epler and claim the respect of being a well-rounded outfit, hard to beat Left to right are Lt. Epler, eleven whip the Corpus Christi

Charley (Chuck) liunsinger, Alex Stanek J. Burns A. Berke, Frank Floyd, Lt. Plattner, Fred :Miller, Joe Trosper and C. Nelson. Comets, 35 to 7, here on 6 Oct., -*.
Mho Coach Tatum says is one of They are bolstered on the courts by Lt. Comdr. Jack Behr, not shown in photo. knows that the local eleven is In An I

the best running backs in the for an all-out fight in the return vJJ

country, turned the throttle to duel.In I
full speed at the outset! of the that tilt, the Comets outplayed -
contest, and before seven minutes Geesman Calls Court Workouts the Fliers the entire lint

ticked away. he twice half, but gave out of gas in the'
crowed the goal line of the bewildered final two quartt'fIhen their
Army team. reserves fell by the '"."lIidt'o

At this point, the Doughboys'"second" Coach StarredAt Roden Winner 30 Candidates Four Corpus regulars, who mIssed -
the first because of Injuries -
team in and
came gave
i the Fliers their worst moments of SpringfieldUnder Report MondayThirty will be In the lineup Sat-

the season until halftime. Leadingat Golf TourneyEnsign urday night, and Moon Mulling "
Intermission by 13-7, it was a the guidance of the Fliers candidates answered Lt, Comet head coach, has predicteda '

tough ball game until the Fliers newly appointed coach. Lt, Sterling Geesman's call to initial] victory for his club.

added a convincer midway in the Sterling Geesman, the Jacksonville W. F. Roden is the All- : cage*practice at the Mainside au- "Of course we'll have to play a
third period to forge ahead 20 to Naval Air Station 1945-46 basket- Station Golf Champion. The Glen- ditorium great ball game, but we'll be out '
7. A pair of touchdowns in the last ball team started drills Monda' rose, Texas, redhead defeated Monday afternoon to to do just tnat," Mullins was quoted (
chapter wrapped it up. afternoon m preparation for the E. D. Stewart, EM championship- "break the ice" on the 1945-46: in The Beam, Corpus Christi v

NAS scored the first time it got comirng cage season. flight winner, one up, last Satur- basketball season. station newspaper. "We don't like
the bail. Stopping Benning's open- Geesman, former Springfield I day to take top honors in the tour- Though two of last year's Fliers that first defeat and we're deter-

ing assault, Hun&mger snatched an College athlete, succeeds Sax El-: nament sponsored by the NAS and first-five took part, the new NAS mined to do something about it. I !.
hot to the helm of the NAS quin-
Army punt and returned 18 yardsto A three-letter winner whilean .. NAATC physical training depart- mentor did not drool over the turn- believe that if we are at full ,
tet. strength w'f can and will beat the !
the Doughboys' 37 yard line. ments. out. Some of the cage talent on ,
undergraduate at the Massachusetts "
Quarterback Art Guepe, Fullback' Roden, a former Texas Univer- the station is being occupied at Fliers. j
school Geesman earned
Dick Frantz and Hunsinger plowed sity golf star, won the Southwest the present beneath football togs. The loss to NAS was the only j f
laurels in football, basketball, and
to a first down on the 25 and :, Conference Championship in 1942, Not until the grid season is com- defeat of the season for the Corpus i'
he had starredin
track. Previously,
then fr rantz blasted: to the 12. Ben- and was runner-up for the Inter- plete will these men be available. team, which had an open date ,t
these sports at Central High in
ning held for three downs, but on collegiate Championship that same Little Joe Trosper and De- last week. '
his native South Bend Indiana. Billy '
the fourth play, the speedy Hun- After leaving Springfield in year. "Red," as he is known mars, both starters on Sax Elliot's p.rited Fliers, who whip- "
singer took a lateral from QuarterbaCK around the course, is a Student quintet a took ped Ft. Bennings last Sunday, 33
1931, the tall blonde MidWesterner year ago, partin
to 7 not in -
are physical condition
top ,
Joe Brown and tore around Officer.Lt. the hour and a half session. Len ,
became coach at Brew-
left end for 14 yards and the first ster High in cage New York. He remained Col. John L. Smith, CO of Serfestini, another veteran who for the crucial fray, but :
full of determination to
tax points. MFOTU took a two match they are
there until enlisting in up saw considerable action last sea-
Fullback Charley Timmons 1943. from D. C. Sweeney to win the son, also participated in the drills. bring their perfect record b8'khome

place-kicked successfully, his elev- Following his indoctrination, first-flight laurels. M. H. O'Den- Others who have had college ex- intact. ,
End: Warren jlt'trt' who received
enth conversion in that many tries. Geesman was commissioned at nell downed Lt. Comdr. Thorson, perience were Ensigns Shift, lan- In, Banning
head the -
The Fliers kicked off again and Chapel 11111 and then sent to the 4 and 2, in the second flight. ky centerman from Brown Univer- a injury Tackle
on Benning's third play, Halfback Flight Preparatory School at Ohio Prizes to be awarded the win- sity, and Harry Platt, a memberof encounter, and Kay
Jimmy Tarrant let loose with an! Wesleyan as an athletic officer. ners of each flight will amount to the 1911-45 Miami NTC Tars Bray, who bas a pulled limited Irolnhmllt'lf' t
action. -
aerial which Hunsinger intercepted Last season the erstwhile $15 in Ship's Service goods, while cage team; Wayne Burke, former Halfback, w ill see only Chuck Jlun ID-

on the Army 41 and dashed all Springfield star developed a fast- $10 chits will go to the runner- Drake University athlete; and Mac of the Fliers' leading 1'
the way to score. Timmons' kick moving five at Jax Municipal No. ups. The winners will also be pre- McDonald of West Kentucky candidates ger, one for all-service team 'i!

was wide, but a penalty on Ben- 1. The outfit won 19 of their 26 sented a plaque by the physical State. Three men who showed well Is severe .
ning gave him another chance. scheduled games. training departments. in the drills though claim no col- honors, handicapped. by a '

However, on the second try, the Assigned to the Physical Train- --i-! lege background in the sport, were charleyhorse.Following their lone defeat at

pass from center was bad and Tim- ing Department at NAS, Gees- Young Thing: Was father sur- John Nosewicz, Bob Lankeneauand the hands of the Fliers, the Com- '
mons attempted an aerial for the when said Fred Cox.
man's duties are to conduct the prised you you wantedto 17 Nov., '
cola wil Ibe met thereon
point but it failed to connect. ? Geesman stressed ball
daily cage program for recrea- marry me handling, to 0, and whipped Pensacola Navy j
back tional auditorium Sailor: Was he surprised? shooting, and dribbling in
Benning came right on athletics at the Why, Monday's twice, 30 to 0, and 26 to 6. Pre-
the following kickoff to go 66 when not occupied with his varsity he was so surprised the shotgunfell practice, topping it off witha viously the Texas club had defeated .1|
:yards for its lone score. The ca ers. right out of his hands. short scrimmage which saw all Rite and Southern Methodist *
vaunted Flier forward wall tooka candidates get a chance to show :

beating In this march as Half- Lost 1 Football Team I II their wares. by After wide downing margains.Corpus for their
Estenik I
back Kyle a speedsterfrom third win of the season, the NAS \
John Carroll College, and I GETS RELEASE to '
Fulback Aldo (Moose) Cenci, : By Paul Crosby, SpASc( ) tury mark in the scoring column. gridders battered Ft. Pierce, 13 1 1>
since rushed his 6; Miami Navy, 61 to 0; Ft. Pierce
a 240-pound battering ram, car- This is not an obituary- The big sergeant first-
ried from the Army 34 to the there was no loss of life recorded, stringers into the game in the again, 35 to 7' and Benning, 33

Fliers. 10 yard stripe. but it is an account of a great closing moments, only to have the to 7.
it is final halt their determineddrive The fliers have three games to
calamity. Though no longer a gun
Here Estenik tried the air and ..,, rt9C \
after Saturday's clash. PensaAN .
the go ) .
fresh event, many will be startled on one-yard line. .
passed to Back Gil Geloskl for the ets stomped BergstromField 34 mJJ
and gasp in bewilderment over The Tigers tnus agreed that .
Guard Hecht
T. D. peorge -
24 Nov.
Benning will come here on
which thwart the *
the experience ,
the point.End they had een deflated, and their "
and Pensacola to Jax for
NAS station colored comes
trusty Tigers, diminished stale found shelter no-
Red O'Quinn recovered an footballers.The the finale on 1 Dec.
where. Even their
Army fumble on the NAS 20 yard disaster occurred last Fri- forms cast a frown showy of They uni- The NAS squad will leave Friday -

)line to stop a Doughboy threat day afternoon when the Mac Dill returned in biter spirits and the morning by plane for Corpus
the end of the half. Christi. {
near Field Bulldozers thrust j
a memor-
hum of the blasting Bulldozers
A short punt by Halfback Andy able crusher upon the Tigers. The traced a conspicuous path abreastthe x j j

Russell of Georgia U., set up the score board read, 98 to 0, and homeward journey. (It was Cage League To I
NAS score in third stanza btart- Coach Irving Kier of the Tigers like a funeral procession),
ig from their own 41, the Fliers considered it a "large" event. ',
Things are happening,
in five with the Start Wednesday
went across plays "They had better team, the which we must forget. All over
Hunsinger, a 185-pound Marine, stocky colored menator admitted
the country people are used to for-
the last 20 yards for the tal- The Phil- The officers basketball league
going game was staged on
getting. It's a good idea. The Tigers -
will 1100on
ly. Timmons' kick was perfect. lips Field, Tampa, and the Army are forgetting last .o begin next Wednesday at
The Fliers had two'more team employed its "heavy equIp- the Auditorium cage courts. Lt.
chances to score in the third pe- ment" from the start. Led by the Friday they travel to St. Augus- Comdr. Van Bibber, Sports Pro-
riod when Guard Bill Jones inter- versatile Jimmy Avery, former Co- tine to engage the Florida Normal gram Director of Physical Training .
eleven in a return tilt. The Teachers announced The four
cepted Estenik's pass on the Ben- lumbia University standout who today.
t ning 18 and again when Guard scored a lot of touchdowns, the defeated the NAS colored grid- teams which competed in the ,
Barney McGarry blocked a punton Bulldozers hammered the Tigers ders in the first tussle, 14 to 12, football league will again field
the Army 9. But each time the into submission by scoring five on a last minute pass interception] ". clubs in the cage sport, and it is
soldier held. times in the first five minutes of; after trailing throughout the fray UEI1K1NGKK LIEUT. COMDK. (CII.MCLLV.: hoped that two additional quintets 1
final touchdownswere --" one of the great- will enter. i
The Fliers' the game and created constant est second
John They say PhM's aren't needed basemen in baseball A meeting of KM: oasketball!
set up by Long Rapacz, havoc during their mopping-up operations
who intercepted three Army tosses for the remainder of the any more in Gulfport. The mos- history, Sunday was released to team representatives will be held .n] .
during the fray. Midway in the final fray. I quitoes are so big they refuel I inactive duty at the Separation Tuesday in building 726 at 0830 V/J .

quarter he nabbed one of TarI'ant's The resourceful colored soldiers them with penicillin and turn 'em Center on this Station. Gehrin- concerning schedules and team

heaves on the Army 35 and evidently hadn't heard of the book, lose in the wards. ger where has he is returned to Detroit uniforms. Departments entering
-- a partner in a Man- teams in the entitled .
-- circuits are
Ian to the one yard line. Fullback "Bulldozers Come First, for they
1* E. Boyter bucked it over, Tim- never did stop coming.: They led THIS WEEK'SGRID known ufacturing as " Granger", Fondly to his to obtain uniforms through the :

mon'a boot was good, but NAS the way at the kick-oif, and con- MENU ball players, Gehringer Welfare Department's athletic
15 yards and his sec- tinued their drive first last and al- managed funds The Sports Director advised
was penalized Friday, 2000, Andrew JAck- the Flier nine last Bummer, the that team check with
kick deflected. At half-time the MacDill managers I
ond was ways. son High vs. Landon High at team winning 40 of: 48 '
games their Division Officer immediately -
Rapacz did It again a few Field demons held what they must Municipal Stadium. played for the best baseball rec- ,
moments later when lie cuddled have considered a comfortablelead. to pecure prope headway
ord in the
afternoon Florida of
Saturday history
I NAS. The '
through the channels obtaining
Eatenlk'fl toss on the Benning The score had dwelled to 67-0. Caters VB. Georgia Bulldog at former Detroit Tiger, star was I uniforms. In ,
'1. Halfback Bobby Hanlon of Coach "Pinky" Clark's Bulldozers
Municipal Stadium. O-in-C of baseball in the NAS
Continues en Page Seven however, failed to hit; the cen- Physical Training Department ,November.leagues will stiff( 'play on 18

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8 November, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven


ii' "" Commercial _


B.ll t>m ..t b. ubmitltd prier t. 000(
each Tue.d.y.
y e.v' Ompltt act of furniture, used .nly 1mtinthi.
for I-room house Conilnti of
living room, dining room, bedroom
f lamp, kitchen etc. Hovi. for rent
which contain firmturo. Cipt Trartri,
Motor. .bike UarleyUavldion, rood condition 0s
old model recently overhauled
J &p'i. and painted with saddle bill, $115.
p Can be Men at ItlS Iroquola, Phone >-

N lIiZ, Lt.; Kenley._

I Dressing table and bench ail nattreM
I'll- and coil iprinoi crib and mattreui
Thayer carriage and high chain rollaway
bed| easy chair ottoman) occaaional .
chair card table ironing board!
10 ft. of hoaci 1-piece picnic eel and
dUhea. E. 8. Harding, lOUD 120th St.: ,

a 1 Dewey Park.__

New maple bedroom suite i matching
modernistic blond. occasional chaira.
Walker CV 1111 ,Allegheny Rd., rEst '.... ---
A IXAQTJE stating it was paid for by the proceeds of War
model 2 new
tirea.Girl' and bicycle inner pre-war tubes good condition. Bond purchases by the students of Central High School Bridgeport,

Mri. Johnson, 1-4D47. Conn. Standing on Yontan Field, Okinawa, the plane is shown

shortly after its guns had accounted for a Jap Zeroits first kill.
Furniture, only two months ..141. living
room set. dinette set 2 bedroomn, porch Previously, in bombing operations in the Marshall Islands area, it
furniture and odd. and end, tail after had been credited with sinking three Jap ships. Standing before the

l 5:00. 4644 Ulmer St.. Timuquana Marion Corsair are (left) Marine Pilot Lieutenant Marvin Bristow of 1312
I e 1 roomi of furniture complete, eoniuUof
y kitchen living room and bedroom. Asbury St., Houston Texas, now attached to MFOTU) here, and

''i. Ian be seen any lime after fiOO. 114JA the mechanic, Marine PFC Ralph Rowe, 717 E. 29th St., Anderson: .

'i.I Allegheny, NAb. Ind. Rowe is still on Okinawa. This plane, called "Lamb Chops" by

Remington electric ahaver) eleclrlcian'i pilot and mech made more than 100 attacks against the enemy and
I toolat Weston A.C. voltmeter, ISO and was finally withdrawn from flight service from sheer "old age."
JUl volt. 60 ammeter portablel
, letting ma.meterelton! No. 78$ industrial The Central High students are proud of the fact that, with their

) I circuit tested tomb.| AC. and dimes and dollars, they got a crack at the Japs.
Team Wins D.C. volt meter armmeter and ob- _
I Benning TeamIs machine ---- n -----
meter! electriclan'a hand-boring

i Battered By with metal extension punch! *.holder!*" In! 1-4"Whitney steep hand-po t- Nursery i Benefits Offered

Fifth Straight hole. digger. Call 282> Sydney St. ,
Locals 33 7Continued Living room bedroom and kitchen .ur.1 Continued from Page One
1 i to niture. including Law.on tofa-btd, .. I there are two children in the fans, To Men EnlistingIn
By defeating the Beaufort tennis tables coffee table double
From Six porcelaintop fly attending, the charge will be I
team last Tuesday at their own Page bed with leather head-board I
kitchen table.and other pieces. Can nine dollars. Deficits between the
courts, 4 to 2, the NAS netters Notre Dunje streaked over from be .een evenings. 2957 Coral: Court: 'Riv I cost of operation and income derived Regular Navy
stretched their winning
trelde. '
26 yards out on the amient sta- _. I through the weekly fees will
through five straight matches and I
garnered the seventh victory in tue of liberty plaj. Timmons'Kick Pre-war bicycle balloon tires eitra be borne by NAS and NATTC Benefits to mea enl..ung or re-
tube 515$ 1 soil of CPO: greyi. 4moDth. Welfare Funds.
5; fight: attempts.The was good. old J7 regular 12 waft |20. 4 I enlisting in the Regular Navy were
Epler-coached boys smashed alurta 15-3J sleeve, $5. N. Lengam Physical properties of the nur- clarified recently in AINav No.
The Fliers almost scored againin Eat 0013. school into
Cbp. sery are being put
the hopes of the home team
three of the the closing seconds when Half- dinette shape by the Public Works Depart- 360.The communication
by taking singles Furniture, living room bedroom points out
matches, and then split a pair of back Bobby Forbes broke into the curtains anadee, rugs and ..thermiscellaneous ment, but as the furniture is the that re-enlistment leaves shouldbe
items. Cheap.: Ult Dander ,
the Board of
of Publicinstruction
i doubles to clinch the triumph. clear but stumbled on Denning'si7. Kd.. Lt. lomdr. Stanton fhorson property granted as soon as possible aft-
Chief wrecker for the NAS ag- : bst.:: 815. the Navy will have lO' er enlistment or re-enlistment in

gregation was J. Burns who regis- -_ re-equip the activity : the regular Navy, and that travel
Stars in the AS line and back- Buick '38. rebuilt motor, 4 new tire., When the changeover and reor-
tered 6-1 6-1 allowance will be
a shellacking over Lt. rinnigan.. Ext. 8D3J. paid at the tate
Lt. Comdr. P. Pettit in the singles field were too numerous to list except 1 radio piece living room suite |2S! lire. fast ganization is completed the nur- of five cents per mile via the
and teamed with A. Berke to in the starting lineup and act including table and 4 chairs| .it of sery will be able to accommodate I shortest usually travelled route
i substitutions contained in the summary dfohee. V40 Phillips St., -U65. Ouing 35 children. Present capacity is
gather another win in the doubles. overseas roust sell by Monday. from the place tne leave is gianted -
Results of Beaufort matches: .--- 24 youngsters. I to the point shown as the leave
Mngle _C. D. Nelson (Jax) lost The Fliers made 10 first downs Two-roum cabin Davis Trailer Park First preference for enrollmentwill address on the leave paper, thenceto
rushed for l&a! yards, and com outside main gate. Completely: famished. be to children of working
to Lt. David 3-6 given -
(jg) Blitz 6-1 .. plenty of closet and drawer '. ace. the next duty station upon ter-
4-6i; Joe Trosper (Jax) defeated: pleted two of a dozen passes for minus bed linens extra cheat of ilr-: ..-ers. mothers second to children of mination of the leave.

Lt. J. II. Spann 6-4. 6-2; J. Burns :J9 yards. Benning had six first '1390 but can be had unfurnished for mothers who may be ill, while remaining For the ot of

(Jax) defeated Lt. Comdr. downs, 77 yards on the ground and $300. Also outfit Warner for electric 140. complete silver pttingportahle with I openings!: will go to otheid I this navel purpose allowance,payment the man
pettit'j 4J> in the air on three completionsIn desiring to send their children to
6-1 6-1; and Fred Miller ( ) ... Can b. seen by appointment I shipping over may give as his
16 tosses.A afternoon after 1100 p.m. by phoning the
feated Lt Paul Moore, 6-0, any nUl sery. I
heats address his home of lecord
of 12,000 fans Uarber, tut. 516.
capacity crowd II. A. _
Doublet*_Frank Floyd and Alex --X-
-- shown in his new enlistment con
Stanek (Jax) lost to Spann and mostly soldiers, saw the game. '41 Dodge. former Army reconnaissance tract, or he may select another
Blitz, 3-6 7-5 3-6; and A. Berke The lineups: car. excellent condition 1750. May be I, Six
NAVY Position ARMYrsishup leeR behind base gas sUtion at noon place. However, if the address is
and Burns (Jax) defeated Pettit l-t Willard time. other than his home of record, it

and }Moore 6-0 64.Auxiliary "right LT MontgomeryMclmrry CVii'.ImifU from Page One must be within the continental
LU tiusafe i iUubxinskl '38 Pontiac t deluxe sedan A 1 condition
" x L Cherry radio-heater etc., very reasonable I contributions of a year ago. The limits of the United States and

Teams H. Jones HQ 'orum Newt suit of blues, size 42] overcoat. I Marine barracks lopped last year's the sailor must prove that he intends
Bray Kl Collins 421 blue raincoat, site 421 cap complete donation by t>8 per cent. Cecil to spend a portion of his
Ki. :Nmnn:, sue 7. Lt. (jg) R. K. Combel- I
Uice.Guepe QU/ 'IhieleHanlun lick Bid.. '710 Km. 231. *:d. >I7 er Field has exceeded its total for last leave thereIn
Will Be Played LH RusaellUunsinjier 229. year by 5s per cent, and when li- cases where a man has already
RH Craft -- nal figured: me completed it may go received travel allowance
McPhec household furnishings fur 2-
;J Today TomorrowThe Iriinti Scor. by ptrloJit IB Complete bedroom house including living room still Higher. Public Information is upon discharge, and this amountwas

Navy . . .. .13 O 7 JS---33 suite and rorVer, rug end table with 44 per cent over last year, the Ex- equal or greater than the re-
The NAS Softball ten ambles Army" .. . 0 1 0 0- 1 lamp also bride lamp breakfast set ecuiive Department is up 10 per enlistment travel allowance would
-Touchdowns., Hunainger, with '1 chairs. 2 Hollywood beds, complete
; scoring-)
over to Jax Municipal No. 1 todayto 8.Navy Boyter Jiunlon, points after touch 2 Highboys, dressing table throw cent, and Ordnance and Gunnery ; be, no allowance will be paid upon
tangle with the Auxiliary outfit down limmona 8, rugs, duties, pictures etc. Sold as a also has passed its 1944 mark. re-enlistment, If the travel allow-
tor the second clash between the Army icorinv, -Touchdowni, Gvkotkl) unit 1225. (Met Anton. 3S41A Craven While Assembly and Repair has ance, paid discharge was less
Hecht. Dewey Park .r fcxt. 8927. upon
clubs The Fliers took the measure point Navy- lifter subs-touchdown--AlUup, John, Mulligan not yet wound up its drive, ten than the re-enlistment leave travel
over their cousins, 5 !to 4, in the Thomus. O'Qulnn. Centola Cohen Urnd- 'ST Hudson tudor deluxe. O cylinder ra- of the 17 divisions have reportedand allowance would be, only the
first meeting. ham Harrison, Cagle, boyUr Lcsher dlo. body.. motor ami tirea In food eon- their contributions amount to difference between the two will b.
fimmona, tion. |449. 1241B Hancock NAB
Tuesday Lee Field was scheduled hihulte bchwnll. Mayer Peck Brown Uourfat Forbes Xlrki'Rtrick, Ka- 75 per cent of the grand total for paid upon re-enlistment

J to meet the Fliers here at the Witt Kane Trotter G. Jones. Flu rooms of furniture including kitchen 1914.
Fowerplant diamond. Monday's pact Army .ub.-Tiirrant, Thompson ierrar, set, living room set. two adult bedrooms Although the closing date for the Option For 1'ajinent
I Salisbury, G. Waggoner, Cure and one child bedroom. Living Re-enlistment leave travel allowance
I Field Mayfield
postponed game with Cecil Haute, includes sofa bed platform rocker campaign has been set for 10 November
Waggoner, Burkett room
was set back until tomorrow, and Pnwlowakl rstonik. ,r. Blawie Si moie, Holeti, occasional chair rug phono-radio a few activities will continue will be paid either before the
the game will be played here. i llcclit Johnson Cenci. combination book shelves end tables their drives beyond that date. start of the leave or upon the expiration
--- and ottoman. Also Included arc throw of if at the of the
-- ------ option
rugs, lamps curtains, and electric washIng NATTC will close its effott on 12
machine. un complete. No aeparatepieces. November. NATTC will continueto individual concerned.

_' "' Favorites Humbled In Softball Play NAS.. R. C. \orhies, HUB Child St., accept contributions until 111 Instead of the installment method

I November. Green Cove Springs is of payment of mustering out

As A&R Marines Scramble For Lead 1942 house trailer, 21 feet, plenty of participating in the campaign con pay, a lump sum payment will be
.4 I closet apace sleeps four good condition. ducted by the City of Green Cove made a man who re-enlists if h.
Mrllngh, tukon Trailer (lamp
:1 Three times the top-heavy favorites have lound themon Se.across from NAS. Springs and will turn in its money so desires. This applies where discharge -
in the Station Touch Foot games that might directly to that city. or release is for the specific
ball leagues stumbled in the the long end of the score, by Wanted Three room aparlmnit.houne.a furnished -. With the close of the drive just purpose of enlisting or reenlisting
unfurnished or small
scramble; for first place, stung by the "sudden death" ruling on a More or, Call 8509. around the corner, all hands who in the regulars. Personnelwho
Supposedly inferior teams to pro game ending In a tie. In tne caseof haven't as yet made their contributions were discharged or*.released
I. and such a ueadlock each team is FOR RENT to their departmental for the of enlistment
duce a week of upsets surprises furnished brick bungalow for 2 are urged see purpose or
in the enlisted men's clrcults. given four alternate downs, and couples. Mra. Hark 3508 Dell wood. Murray chairmen and turn in re-enlistment or accepting appointment
the winner is chosen from the net Hill 25115. their donations as soon as possi- to the regular naval

; Since both officers leagues have distance it advances the ball from WANTED_ ble. bervice on or after 1 February
: played out their schedules, with midfield.A Daily rides wanted to and from Atlantic I 1915 and who didn't receive mustering -
MI OTU and AOO No. 1 takingthe correction in last week'sIltandlngs Beach will share expenies. Call I I out pay, will have to makeapplication

honors, the EM loops havecome : finds the FIS officers Chaplain Buhler. tlLt. 174. I d for such payment to

into their own. team in Second place with a 5-4 Used car In good operating condition. I the Field Branch of the Bureau

I. The previously infallible MF-, fount, and not in third position as Lt. Comdr. White Lxt. 85(9. of Supplies and Accounts.

OTU and A&R elevens each were i was shown. The Operations club I Re-enlistment allowance will be
Will consider site
Sixe 34 coat.
turned back, and a single point decided finished third with 3 and 5. E. B. McBride.pea AOM3e. Ext. Ute I paid at the rate now prescribed for
of in LEAGUE STANDINGS """ the first grade regardless of
the margin victory Commanding urbcer Competition; ) pay
I both cases, as they remained dead ( 'iLfcS,fill:Kb. LLAOttifenm : : One lady's alligator LOST purse between hospital rate held In computing service for

locked on top of the Tues.-Thurs won Lout ahip'a service and Bldg141.. He- I t re-enlistment allowance purposes,
circuit. A&H lost to the Marines, A & K 10 10 1MtOlU ward to finder It. ('omdr: Stanton all continuous active service in the

7-6, while the Leathernecks went T-( ,,,2 Ihorson, r:"t. M33.Thousands. I I I Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast

r down to defeat in an over-time VPB s } Guard-reserve or regular-sub&eI -

; .1 contest, 1-y, before the VPB out- 1'ubllo US Work. ,4'I' More t\. 'I I quent to the payment of the last
I fit. These urst-place clubs tangle Main Gulley 2' enlistment allowance, whether p'erI -
next Tuesday Supply II Jlxt. foimcd in commissioned, commissioned -
In the \Ved.-Fri. league, POW WED.riC 1 LAGUE: Sailors In AreaThe : -' J I warrant, warrant, or enlisted -

Guards lout their first, an 18 to 12 Team Woo grades if honorably per-
whipping at the hands of O&G, to row Guard. i '" 1 Navy will have 45,000 men fanned, will be counted. Interven-

figure in the big surprise. The VM BOAt hou.. O 4'4 at Green Cove Springs by Christmas # I' ing periods of inactive service, if

Guards had drubbed eight oppo O&U 1 5 to take care of more than : less: than 00 days, while not com-

,. nenta before falling, but they remain Salvage! 8 0STUDENT 700 ships to be at anchorage there, : :) ', puted in figuring payment, do not

away out front in the run- : LEAGUE: *t has been announced. count as having broken contlnu-
I '11 ill 1;. Team Von Jxxrt Already there are 10,000 men ,t iamily allowances.
j !'l1e fourth-place FIS eleven of AOO No 1 aMt'OTU manning more than 100 combat -X-

ho, Tues-Thurs. loop, has been VPB 18-2 1* vessel, which are destroyer! escorts Most popular GI cors -. _FourP

,,ed no Jess than five times,. Int AOO No. 1 l' and lesser clas8.WI". 'e*,

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17 Page Eight CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS. __ 8 November, 1945 I

ELECTRICAL Civilian Bowling LeagueThe

Civilian Employees' News DIVISION civilian employees's bowling
league of the Naval Air Station,
) which had slow start in
Address CommdnlcntloM to> T&lilorUI Offlc a very
P..nd. l Relations Off.*. BM*. 4 JO, Uo U By Ruby MyerW. getting organized, has at last
Telephone Extri.ioTh US C. Holllngwnrth is back broken the ice, and will bowl Fri-
with us after his sick leave. Pat IJy C. K. Owen at the Springfield Bowl-
N .. I I. d day
Civilian Employers N..w.. a two-pate| 110'<'.1.! ? of the ice Air w *
toted to> i-Hwrtinic the news of the Naval Air $ttion's. 1'ivilii.n Employee, and C'urroll ((812) has returned from a j Guns that go off unexpectedlyInjure Ing Center on East 8th street at
I. atlO.-1Id by the two weeks leave. He visited a thousands of persons every"' 7.00: ( P. M. Any Department wishing -
Empluyee: Asweiatiea I.r ntil Ser.ire! .:.,&.,... brother in Corpus Christi __ also year in the United States Some, i to enter a team in the league

Oilier. visited Monterey, Mexico. 2.400 of the injured,die. can contact W. H. Crevasse, Ext. I'..
) ... Treasurer I' McDuffi r..IJ..nt. Philip I) I" Paul Livingston. AEM3c, (shop Among the victims are many 8207, The entries will be closed '
G s..cFt'la"n..i"
e Jtlurin) nn T
:: 812)) is leaving Wednesday for children_children like the little Thursday at 1630. The league will

,fC.\I) Frank H. !M.Kintrv (PW Great Lakes to get his final dis fellow in this cartoons__to whom a have six teams' composed: of four
William. G..nowa O, KiniKMl; (t;..on'J, F'. Nettles U'W.M..II charge. The entire Electric Shop gun has an Irresistible attraction bowlers each and will bowl
C. J.luon' (A 4 K) K..h M. Menuffle (4a> extends its "best wishes" to. you, Very few firearms accidents which I games each Friday night. The cost
j Joseph )'.118.. (fA Hi l'hlip, I). Myers ,Supply Paul. Mayhtie Kirako, RM3c, involve children are the fault of of bowling will be: b5c per
Held (A
Charles shop' 862)) also leaves for separation children. They are the fault ol for the three games.
News Rep.rtiaa Staff center. He served aboard the adults. 1 There will be alleys reserved for

f Asnmly Head' It"t.and Repairs. .. ....... ..... ............ ... .. ... ... ..Eul....".. Willinghamt carriers Ranger, Saratoga Enter Take the hunter In the cartoon., the Ladies division of the league,
prise, and the famous Tuscarora. He's he wants to tell and all fair damsels of NAS
Ilt-I.t."t: hungry or I
tDM+ ti< ..... ..... .. .... .. ..... .)felrn M. StjrroaShanahun you
Head It..port.r .. . .. ....... .. Bin Coalty, ((864)) is leaving for the "missus" about Ills hunting., ate Invited to come out and show

Public''Head Work Reporter IHpartcnvnt.H .. .. .:. ........ ..... ..... .... ... .... .. .Eth..! N. home port. Good luck to you! I There is nothing vicious about 'the stronger sex just how bowling

Supple..Hd I"'m"t Reporter :. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ..1...>il.. Jane bron Ruby Taylor Mjer, Sic brother-in-law, was just, discharged La- I him. But r leaving that gun Ilroundfl I should be done._ JC._ .

from the Navy and i is! now
living in Jacksonville. INSPECTIONDEPARTMENT

CIVILIAN OF THE WEEKBy Phil Ilazonrl will return Monday I

from a 30 day vacation. Halt
Hall has been out sick all week

Margaret M.Personnel Bailey Assistant Mrs. Hutchin ; daughter, who 'Jimmle Zinii (812) has also beenon 1tUR NauCiIn : Hy Helen M. Sl.vrou I
The new Senior sick leave this week. C
I attended Mary Baldwin College, is Gladys
and is PLAY Anderson has returned to her
Repair '
in now working as a secretary in an Wide (862) was called to Pace, 1HE Gus. .? I
the charming, attractive white-I Insurance office in Jacksonville. Missisippi due to the Ulna-fa other GO orf.? IrYwis l"Y duties In the Main Office after being -
Hutchmaon. of Fuji
kalord Mrs. Gertude L. .ArU tlc 1'amily I mother. FAIn Moody ((81i1)) is confined to her home with an I
Mrs Hutchinson confided that : all smiles since her husband I
I was
I attack of influenza. In
one of the few times that she felt :Mrs. Hutchinson comes from a discharged. sympathyfor
hr white hair did her a favor was family of varied interests. One of Jo, the entire Main Office Cler-
at the time of her transfer to NAS her brothers West Point grad- Cable Shop says goodbye to La I ical Force has developed sore
relic Keddirk who
She said that :Mrs. uate and another is a commercial is school-
Jacksonville throats and colds.!
the Senior Personnel As- artist, married to the art'editor ofa bound. Papa sure Is blue since! However,
Craig, wanted "mature person" nationally known children's mama left. good supply of cough drops has enabled a.
sistant, to work, and Mrs. Hut- magazine. Mrs. Hutchinson herself Shop: 864 welcomes Gibson Poole' the force to remain at work
with chinson whom feels that her white hair finds her hobby In the creative back to work after his recent ill ,' )Ir, Albert *U fouler of the As-,

recommendation. field. She enjoys writing .especially ness. sembly Inspection Unit has been
was her children's stories. _"when she Juauita Mattlnjly's dental trou called to Camp Fanning Texas.
tit At the beginning of the war. finds the time." She is mOt enthusiastic -\ bles should be over now. She' His son, who has been in the Army

Mrs.. .Hutchinson, after 21 years of about her work In per- seems to have found a nice den ; and stationed there, has been seriously
(-- ""' .... .,.. tist. Wonder where t? ? I Injured.
because she
:" f'" .. 19j 'I.x sonnel, and likes it
"likes people." And It's not hard I x. .. Mr. W. II. Pascal, Training Coordinator -

to understand why she does so well I I for the Inspection Department
in the personnel field for she's the : : : is spending a well earned -
kind of person whom people like. /t SUPPLY vacation with relatives in Cobl-

x __ skill. New York.
-r= >r the boy to play with may be :Mr. TullU ('. KlrkUnd of the
r Naval PersonnelCan j-SALLIES vicious in its effects. Supply Inspection Group is on a
vacation in Whiteville, North Carolina
4 II There are two rules about firearms -
in the house that would pre-
Join Legion ;." vent most If not all accidents with I I ;air William E. McGravf, who
i has been an inspector in the EnI -
{ them. The.first step Is keep it unloaded -
Albert I. Spencer. Commander of, I.eula Jones The second, keep the gun I gene Overhaul Unit, has resigned
American Legion Post 137, of Yukon I. lly locked up.Firearms. i his position. Mr. :McGraw: is g>-
Florida, has announced that I Stock Control Division learns accidents occur in the'ing to open a private business for
with regret that Commander 11. K.1 1 i himself.
membership in this Post exceeds II Ueifsntler and! Lieut. )Ixuii It.llershbergrr field too. Here are some precau- air Charles '
: tions suggested by the National G. )(( ('lIrl.l, inspector :
.., by 150 per cent the membership are leaving this department Safety Council: I In Engine Overhaul, Is on a va-
total of two months ago. In com- I or should we say Navy : Carry your gun "soldier fashion cation in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
I, to return to civilian life Working .
menting on the advantage of membeiship I
in the American I, with them has been most pleasant !I II If you fall with your gun, re- Mr. John Tlnennt, Chief Inspec
Legion and they will certainly be missed! the shells and check the t tor, and Miss Pat ;MorUrty' Cleik-
Commander Spencer said recently I I The brother of Bessie P. Green1 I barrels for dirt or snow. A blocked -I Stenographer have moved from

'The American Legion, which now i was in New YOlk Harbor on Navy'Day '' barrel will explode. I the A&ll Inspection Office to the
numbers more than a naif million aboard the "Missouri." He has'II Train yourself to release the Main Inspection" Office in Building
veterans of this war in its record- '', been attached to the "Misosurl\ safety catch while bringing the 9JO.I .

breaking 1915 membership of more since its commissioning. He was a gun up to your shoudler for shoot- I I Midge lli>|>f, who received her
than 1,600000, presents a rare member of the "shake-down" cruise discharge from the WAVES several -
opportunity ing. The "safety" will then be on
,_.. ., .
-a ( for our returning men 1' ( to Trinidad, and was a witnessto at all other times. i ) weeks ago, was a visitor in
a career as wife and mother, de- and women. They can take over 1' the historical proceedirngs in your Keep your gun in its case while the department lecently Her civilian -
cided that she could help on the this ready-made organization and : Tokyo Bay on September 2. 1915. traveling to and from the "hunt- clothes were most attractive
home front. She enrolled at the get a quarter of a century's jump i' The family has a letter from )him ing country Midge was formerly a cleik-
University of Florida for a courseIn on the veterans of the last war bearing the cancellation stamp of stenographer in the Assembly In-
Basic Engineering covering 1 when they came home from war+ V. J. Day. That's a rare pleasure* spection Office.
mathematics and drafting to bet- to the problem of Joining, a new to keep for always! PLANT KverHle: lluskej" of the Main
ter equip herself to do war work. organization I Flu seemed to play havoc with a Office, spent[ the past week-end in
At the end of her year's course, I' "It tonok the American Legion few lately. Latest victims were I ILrola DIVISION Tallahassee. That city seems to

she went to work on her first Civil I that quarter of a century to get'' Hargrove, Ophelia Sapp. hold a very special attraction for'Huokey.
with the United States II Vivian niissett and 1 "
Service job Hugh Corley. .
where it is today 13,00( posts,
Army Engineers in Jacksonville as I I 100.000000 in assets and a membership : Missed you and glad you're back al IH I). Jan'lbrThll x__ _
in the camouflage sec- work must have been mourning
a computer that embraces the leaders feeling better folks I..or.j
tion. For the next year and a half,I, of all walks of lift from the White name Ilroun, who will be remem' week for some of the personnelthat A Jeep in the Deep
Hutchinson worked with the bered formei ( ?) lucky enough to receive
Mrs. House to the village council. I as a employee in Pur- were I
Engineers. Then, in March of 1941, I I chase Group, proudly announcesthe their cuts back to regular
to the Naval Air I "The history of veterans' organ- arrival But wish to
she transferred of a seven pound boy? appointments. .we say
Station as a clerk in Assembly and izations discloses that the first.ftf'l The excited father brought th, here and now that you have done a : This Little Jeep

Itepa ir. teen years are the glad tidings to us and was pass good job while you had the respon-
GAR didn't reach its full stride Until : out the and than for helping us Went To Sea
Personnel Work Begins I ing cigars for the occasion: i I sibility, ,|
20 after it
She had been in Assembly and years was organized. Built Mann is all smiles these and yourselves.
Repair, just a short time when she The Legion didn't get going in a :' days for she is expecting her : Navy Day was really THE DAY In A SubmarineMostly
until the mid-thirties 15'
I, big way brother of the Waves the nightshift
was made Personnel Assistant, I George Mann, QMlc back for one on
working with Mrs. Craig. Since years or more after it was found I home after two years duty in the 1 If lien Kara!+lnk"i and Jeeps ride along the
September of 1911 she has been led. There are already some 150 I Pacific He will be discharged and James, I.*. Stelcher exchanged their ground Just like any other sclf-re- .
handling the personnel work In the World War II organizations in existence I, assume civilian status Virginia vows Luring a double ring ceie- bpectlng automobile. And dome A
and not one of them'at '
Accesioi; Electrical and Ordnance Itrouhton flew home from Nash mony held here on the base in the jeeps fly in cargo planes or float "II
Divisions of A & R. Begin- ,I: this wilting is showing much'I vine Tennessee, after a delightful protestant Chapel, 27 October I on busy LST's. Hut only one jeep
ning this week, she assumes the promise. Most of them seem to exist I I I trip visiting friends. Since this was 1915. James Stetcher was once employed has ever done any deep-sea diving
job a* Senior Personnel Assistant I to promote the Interests of the I I Virginia's first trip by plane, she', in the A&R before transfer The story of this deep in the deep .
vacated by the resignation of Mr*. promotes Some of thent are plain was most enthusiastic and/ has tie-1 I I ring to the Yard Police and then started one day at Pearl Harbor.
Craig, and In her new position all rackets I gilded that it is the only way to1' to the ranks of a CIVILIAN again. The little Armyexcuseforanautomobile -
the civilian personnel problems for I "in The American Legion the ,, travel in the future! We'lll' Good luck Hellen and Jim Stetcher was parked quietly on the
A&R will be her job. 'I fighting men and women of this miss Betty Lucas, Until (Goldman,1 i and may you both live a long I dock of the great seaport, important
Mrs. Hutchinson is not a native war can have an all-powerful organization and Ann Hush, who resigned re- and happy 4ife together.Joe In its midget efficiency Lib
Floridian, although she marriedon at a time when they Gently Most of us are wonder- :, 1'arHons was called home because erty-leaving crewmen of a U. S.
whose ancestors have lived in 1 ned it most when they first come ing how and when Gilbert Mreacquired of the sickness of his wife. submarine eyed the jeep, liked the
home. In It, too, they can be assured the that she is much better
Florida, for over a century and : nickname "Sweater]] We hope jeep and swiped the jeep chortling
she ha lived in Jacksonville for 18 of safety from exploitation. Girl! Kill I'lapp visited his' now and out of danger.Congratulations I heartily as they visualized! the
years. Summervllle, South Caro- The American Legion hem gone uncle's farm In Georgia recently; and thanks go,i thwarted look that would cover
lina, was her birthplace. She lived out for them, has gotten the all-I and he is repotted to have had a to Mr. lawson A. Kerry, Electrician '' the faces of the khaki-lads who
there and in Hampton Virginia, i Bill of Rights enacted for wondeiful time chasing turkeys up1 I who is a discharged sailor I had parked their runabout on the
until the fall of 1916 when she en- has placed its vast service organl'I' trees and being chased in turn by ; and now working in the electrical pier.
tered the State Teacher's Collegeat zatlon at their beck and the dogs! Peggy leather enJoyed shop, 1481 for Plant Division. Mr. i i I I Of course a few special arrangement \
rarmville, Virginia. When she "And now the American Legion I II a brief visit: to New York Berry entered the Navy -20 Jan, had, to be made before the ,
graduated from college In 1913 | offers the veterans of this war its I City a few days ago. Edith ]i uary 1942 lir-rvlngoverlleu for 26 I landlubber-jeep could go 'eo sea- In .,.l
her father serving In World! great going concern to be taken I Needy entertained lends: from months aboard the U.S.S. New I, a sub. Her tires and engine were
War I, was stationed with the i over lock stock and barrel. It's a out of town recently. Jersey. He received 10 stars for' stowed inside, and her chassis was
Army in Atlanta, Georgia. And so' great opportunity, because the Legion Overheard In Receiving Division: I action in the Pacific, taking part I lashed to the deck
!'t it'was In Atlanta that she had her 1 is a precious heritage, well "And to think that I had saved in 31 engagements hitting from the Come port, the lad In blue un-
first Job teaching first grade_ a I j worthy of the sacrifices and valorof 1 two shoe stamps and! now I don't Marshall Islands to Okinawa. Mr. I' leaaed their sprlngless pup[ and
job that lasted hardly long enough I the men and women who" fought need! them!" I' Berry served under three Admirals rambled all over the Islands. This\ .,

tf) rate as a career. For a year later and won World War II I Barbara nt.I l was very excited\ Halsey, Sprtiance and! Badger was a neat arrangement for the
a good looking fellow from Pa- I Commander Spencer again emphasizes last week when her brother-n! -law, and also with Admiral Mitscher's jeep, too, because' she got to see a
litka, Florida, made only one career the fact that many persons /! t'altIn Illaik,. arrived at Camp, 58th Task Force His favorite hobbies lot of territory she hadn't expett-
seem important. And so :Miss: who have continued to serve I Blanding, Fla, after serving over are reading good books and ed to see
Lee became Mrs. Hutchinson. in the Naval service since he cessation ,I seas An ole-timer Sonny IUn- listening to good music. Mr. Berry, It would be nice to end.the sto-
Marriage\ became her real career of hostilities are eligible for nard l, now in the Navy, was up to received the good conduct ry with "and so they lived happilyever
and, she says it is still her main ,I membership in the American Le- I' see u* the other day. Sonny is ita before being released from active after," but once rain mete
career.' ,Her son has served as a I glon. A cordial invitation is extended tioned at this NAS now and really service 8 October 1915.' He didn't I man's passion proved cughtly fic
t signalman first class in the Navy to all ,interested parties to looks good in that uniform! e ? lose much time getting hack to kle. One day the sub met up witha
for almost four years, and on a I visit Post 137 at their headquarters Aubrey Wilson I* enjoying a few work reporting to the A&R Plant destroyer, whose crew loo J
In the Community Center days leave from work We miss! Division 12 Octolftir 1915. We are longingly at the seafaring jeep.
nislan.. ByiUmg, Cumberland Road. The Ruby Quiiuby who transferred to glad to have you with us, Mr. Berry ,, And so Hhe'was traded ,to,the destroyer

palg 13. Just this Week he was cjisthirgeji -I next ,regular/ meeting, is ,scheduled Naval Training School (Aviation and hope that you like your for three gallons' of ice

1. front service' on points' for, ](iOO:, ,Pt"".,, November 3,3,, 1915.r Supply Officer) last week( e work. ,I l cream I t <



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.. The detachment of Plant Division 'Division Officer Lt Monoie has
'.. .. ;:, ,. .. ', Officer, Lt. Harry W Red- named Lt. Earl K. Farson as sub-
;. ',. ,' mile changed the A & R member committee chairman of the A & R
of the Senior Committee to Lt. Division The Beneficial Suggestion
i" .. Yo ., ..' John Aro as he in turn, became Committee welcomes Lt Moore as
Plant Division Officer. Lt Aro has Its new member 'fcnd urges all per-
been serving as sub-committee sonnel to keep their suggestions
chairman under Lt, Redmile and moving.
was a welcome member to the Sen- Remember an idea pays off
l ior Committee only when it is signed and sent to
However as he, too, was detached the Committee or to the Recorder -
and has been replaced by Margarie D Putnam Box 22
Lt Lauriston G Moore as Plant Personnel Relations (phone 8194)).
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Washington (CNSThe) word
tF "war" will be off new printingsof OVERHAUL
Series E bonds and will be
known as "United States Savings
Hv Lojc'* L. l't'rllI"1unI
Bonds. The new bonds probably
I I I. Cameroon and, Harold
won't hit the market until after
Smith, Inspectors of Accessories,
the Victory Loan Drive, Oct. 29 to
will start their checking out Tues-
Dec 8 because of the
sp.; many
day, leaving for civilian life Good
I I bonds with "war" on them are on
i luck and we all wish you both success -
hand. .
I. l"'. Thomas ((1347)) is on the
I---.X- RUN sick list She is having trouble
( ) ReJecting with boils again.
an offer to run for office J. \\'. Hall is back from a two-
It Mr. Gen Patton declared that he has week leave visiting in Asheville,
1 no political affiliation and "never N C
even voted in my life" Martha A. Gibbonev of Tool
room is resigning to leave with
I GETS MEDAL Ol' IIOVOK I her husband who is checking out
of the Navy. They will live in
Washington (CNS) A OHIO.O. .

entious objector who consel-I M. Splcer of Tool Room is on Tilt Mill ROOM cleats all of the incoming mall for the Supply Department here, i bear arms and thereupon a 9-day leave.
I (from left) Louise Hughes Berry McDonald, Kathryn Scott, Lloyd Fowler Martha Crumley and Annie a company aideman, was among I Nora Gallouaj of Plating Shop
Mlms take care of sorting and distributing the mail. 15 officers and men upon whom (Formerly Nora Bennett), is back
President Truman conferred the
the She
again on job. resigned
-- ---- Medal of Honor He is Cpl Des- from here to Join the WACS
mond T Doss of Lynchburg, Va, C. C. Whitman of 1346
I ORDNANCE City Bowling LeagueThe GATE GOSSIPArlene who ignored a storm of Jap mortar was in today checking out He has
I shells to rescue wounded buddies -
11 been laid in the
up hospital.
City Bowling League entered
Howard (Personnel Relations on Okinawa. Please if anyone in Engine
Ily Teddy Lull the third week of play Tues H I "- I
) leaves Friday on sick leaveto -- Overhaul has any news get in
When things happen In OrdI I day night at the Springfield Bowling take the long rest she has been I MANN BUY A PIGEON ? .. touch with Loyce L. Ferguson of
Center East (CNS) 1347 Pump Shop and she will see
do'e! have on 8th Street I
nance they really her health. Here for
owing a pigeons
I Army are being offered I that it is put into the NEWS.
with the six teams
anew clock with bell attachment: I fighting to
quick-like-a-rabblt recovery for sale at *-* for five __ _x__
our front door and wall has been hold their position in the league
Mav\\ell celebrates
Dotty doublyon
parking fixed; and outside auto of drivers Firing, no range more- I There was some classy bowling the tenth__the third anniver-'INSIE-[ WORKS I

a'I furnished the spectators The NAS of NAS civilian PUBLIC
that is, unless you want to find saty service and .
ticket waiting for ;you after woik team lost a heart-breaker last ; the ? anniversary of her birthday 1
Oh yes, and we have a new paint' night after turning in a three set Grace Dodge's parents broughta By Ethel M. Shanahan

job on all walls and doors, A few 2922 and was defeated two out of bit of Chicago to Florida when Hv Ethel :\(. Shanahan
people who either can't read or of three games Their opponents I they visited her recently Martha I Rodney Roberts is another of She works in the Public Works
don't believe In signs actually Pearson is all set to yell for Laboratory and analyzes water. It
Public Works returned veterans :
found out the paint was wet. i night after turning in a three set of! at she ,
Georgia Saturday's game, back back at his old desk in the Main is sort of complicated, says
Discharges and resignations are Itad-off man r.Jr HAS was top ed no doubt, by ner flier-fiance : tenance Time Section under Mr but most interesting She was interviewed
plentiful this week Those!: discharged man with a set of 622 for three who is flying in to squire her to among a formidable ar
are: ('lareiKeKav' Junii! games. Crevasse had 585, Com the game. Irene Bar bee won't be at, ray of test tubes burners and, to
AOMSe, John Dextercigel, .VI-'('- mander Steinke 573, and Vandi- the game except in spirit but it Rodney is a Floridian born the uninitiated, a mass of gadgets
2c, Ilium henry' Mein.ui, and griff 5b6. Anchor man Schneider will probably be a loudly cheering twenty-four years ago at Lake !
l'UMiml Joseph" Itarono, .tlll: :I'. was out again. With him back in spirit in her case rooting her Butler, Fla, He is single and upon I In Chicago Rosemary twirled for
Lots of luck to all in Civilian life the fold and bowling bis;) regular spouse's alma mammy, Georgia, on questioning about the foreign girls st. Xavier College for the all star
Resignations: were handed in by' game, the NAS team will make it to victory And Irene Won't be football games It was her first
Betty Ruggles, Anna OUm'K and tough for the League's best Captain at the game because she'll be jn appearance in Jacksonville and
Louise Poitei All are moving Crevasse has assured the' Miami with Gladys MhhaNkl: Dotty there were many favorable comments -
from Florida. Drop us a line for team that thev will have their new /iirlieide and the respective on the pretty dark-haired

VA* would like to hear from all. shirts for the next game. ____ I husbands ,Jessie Morrow: reported gIrl's accomplishment
back on Tuesday after a :Mr :Moslev of the Furniture de-
2 weeks leave spent with her husband tail is the proud father of an eight
Just returned from two ears ,a. pound six ounce baby girl who has

overseas service Barbara "in_ been christened Carol Frances
TechTrectC Icy joins the Personnel Relations :Mr Laiuliss of the Surplus Material -
Department to edit the Civilian Section has done it again
I pages of the Jax Air New sli this time It was only one girl.
x r Joe fiiielssman, the fisherman of
the Public Works has some real
fish stories to tell about the fish-
ing down St Augustine way. The
trout were biting so fast last week
that he had to take an oar to
Hv fauna :Sue M Leoil get out and buy more and more I, knock them off so he could get his
Last Thursday 1 November was bonds. We still have plenty of workto >' Myrtle linker I line in the water!"

Navy Day. This day should have a do which means we should not Mr. Coleman of the Drill spent The many friends of Ralph Perkins -
significant meaning for all ot u*, slacken in our tasks but put our'shoulder ThT week-end moving Into his new will be glad to learn that he
civilians as well as nasal personnel I to the wheel and strive I, home Is back on the job after spending
It means that Victory Is ours: for the attainment of better homes Jut' Maynard resigned Us week some time in the hospital at Lake
that through our constant purchases and better times I II i, He is missed throughout the Machine Citv
of bonds and the faithful Shop. i Mr. Frll<'h, better known as
work of millions of people in the I Little did Lieut. Consult Randall' Mr. Goethe received a telegram !Sambo who underwent an opera-
war industries Navy and Army W. Week of the Public Infoima from his son who has arrived in tion, is back home and doing fine,
and other offices Navy and Army tion Otttce realize how popular ne the States and will be home soon c t' Hope to see him back on the jobreal
least, our fighting men and women I was with the civilians at NATech i, Charles Battle really had a big soon.
over-seas we have achieved a VICTORY TraCen. His departure which oc- week His birthday and wedding he said that he didn't see much An accident in the Time Office
which we hope will be everlasting cured last week has brought many anniversary all came in one week, difference from our American i .luanlta Seelcky trying to find
Through these channels expressions of regret from them Ann l.arnt'r formerly of the Machine ones but he much prefers the U. her shoe when she was called to
have we been able to bring this and I earnestly believe, had it been I Shop tells us that her husband S. A. variety In fact. he has a take a letter by her boss, Mr Crevasse -
bloody war to a cessation and to put to a vote, that he would have i, has his discharge from the very special' one right here at .
bring the gallant men and women been chosen their favorite Lt I II USN. home! !sir Baum known by "DAD" to
who so unselfishly and whole- I Comdr Weeks is reluming to clvillan -x- I He was in the Time Office In '; the employees in the P W ", has returned -
heartedly went over to the ene- 'I life and his home in Boston, i Vice Admiral Randall Jacobs, 1911 and 1942 but was drafted in ,, to work after being con-
my's side and fought for the traditions Let's keep tuned in to our radios head of> Navy Personnel tells this September 1912, leaving for the fined three days with the flu
of OUR COUNTRY Manyof for we may be pleasantly surprised' story in praise of Navy chaplains: I Army Air Corps. His work in service '- I Met(A- Nettles Lt White's able
our loved ones will never return one of these evenings to hear "In one battle, the chaplain and was in the Adjutant General's asistant is on leave Wonder if
but their fight and sacrifices "Ranny Weeks and his Famous Or- : the dentist manned a forward, office, 9th Air Force. Of his thief i the better half is being discharged
should indelibly Imprint upon our chestra" over one of the national dressing station The men joked I years duty, 22 months were spent I from the Navy?
., minds a determination to uphold netwoiks I I about it afterward saying that fora overseas in the European Theater I All you bowlers In Public Works
the standard for which they Over at the Dispensary we have 'I II couple of assorted amateurs I __Starting in England going: to get: your eyes sharpened up for the
fought and died The glory is I two very faithful and untiring) they made a great team The den- France, Belgium, Holland, and 'I bowling tournament that wil start
theirs while ours is the spirit to workers They are Lillian M By- tist patched up ,the wounds they lastly, Germany, coming out as a' next week There will be some fancy -
carry on, be loyal to our government I ard who has been in that office said, and the chaplain prayed that! Staff Sergeant when discharged I I prizes and lots of fun
and preserve peace for all since 19 August 1JM2. and EdnA that the dentist was doing the The Station has hanged and lltlen Davis I (Adm Bldg) Is all
time to come. This can only be accomplished M Baldwin who took over her duties right thing"x grown so, since he left that he aglow Reason Brother Jimmfe. ,.
by a willingness to 15 February 1915Mai doesn't vet know his way around i Sgt in the Signal Corps has just
stand by a our laws to give thanks cell H. Young, a charming I PM tells the story of Comdr. and will have to become acquainted I arrived back for Separation atter
for advantages such as no other young lady, will be found in the Ralph Eiland, new Marine Inspection with NAS all over again three years away from home, His
nation enjoys, and to turn a deaf Training Depaitment Marcell Officer at :Miami, Florida, who .N.\s liem TwlrlerHosemarj I service was on the European front
S tar to the dissatisfied grumblers came hue in May of"19l2 and since has the distinction of being the .\boot t (Public Works Peter (apps i Adm. Bldg,) was
and to Bolshevistic !ideas which her arrival has gained quite a good first American victim of a robot Laboratory) twirled with the Navy I hit In the head with an enlighten
would undermine our future happi- ''I deal of popularity among the I bomb to be flown back from Lon- Band for the Fort Pierce at NAS ing object the fluorescent tube!
ness and the freedom for which I younger set. don. The Commander relates that Miers game on Saturday the 27th I Crash a hit that drew blood! Pete
we stand Let each and every one i: We are sorry to see Rena E. I he suffered 30 cuts by flying glass Rosemary ponies from Chicago: and was dazed .drew immediate compensation -
put forth added effort and energy Riddle leave us. She was only a when he reached to close the shutters majored in chemistry in school in the form of an early
in the work he is performing and short while ago transferred from of his apartment as the bomb when she visited relatives here. dismissal instead of 4:30 quit-
never forget to offer a prayer for the main side of Central Files andis hit a nearby convent, She liked this part decide countryso ting time. Maybe he signed a wal-
blessings upon this land*of II IIGod's leaving us on the ItHh to take I "Two sergeants looked at me lying much that. she to stay. ver.
mira .for we are indeed blessed ; an advanced position with the there," he said "and tine of -
As our late and beloved President!I Ward Engineering Company in I them said: 'No use: bothering with At a naval training center, a sailortobe.The .
Roosevelt said "Every single this city. that guy .he's a dead pigeon I pharmacist mate was preparing pharmacist's mate 'hesitated
woman and .child ia a We know that wherever she goes I rose' up on one elbow and protested to fingerprint a recruit. 'Was I, in thought. No," he said grim
the most tremendous man'J she will make the grade and we BO they went and got a stretcher. your hands," he instructed. ly. "Just one I want to see how:
of our American history." So wish,. her all tile luck in the world ." 'Both (If them'f"' queried the you do it."

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Page Ten NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 8 November, 1945

'i SPL4ISHES fROm nATTC, It's' AH Hands With "Moonlight

NATTC r l) Melodies" Tonight

I "Moonlight Melodies" will be the theme for the dance at

ENTERTAINMENTMOVIE the NAT1C Auditorium tonight at :WOO.Iany: tunes about

I the moonlight of a sentimental and "jivie" air will be presented -
Records, records, the platter- I by the Separation Center Orchestra. This will be their
bugs are at it again. From the' first ...\
'I I appearance at the Naval Air Technical Training Center
SCHEDULE soft melodious strains of Chopinto
for the semi-monthly dances.

Spike Jones, everyone listens to The dance tonight will Let one of the gala dances of the .
t \" KII>.VY .\M s.Tt'lm.THE SPANISH :MAIN: in color with I their favorite composition. Classical Fall -
season, having an added feature of flowers for the ladies .
Pam Henieid and Maureen OHara; NEWS; at 1800 and 2000. .minded Stroman curls up to '))
I and souvenir folders for all. All personnel of NATechTraCeu,
, SUM\A SHE WENT TO THE RACES with Frances Gifford hear Brahms, Dickard brings out I their families and guests, and all WAVES of the Hospital
and James Craig; at 1500, 1800, and 2000. her Tschaikowsky and Presley I andIainside: .
are extended a very cordial invitation. *
turns to the music of Romberg in
MOMM:' > Tllsim: PARIS UNDERGROUND with Con In Central Park." The | This dance has> been made possible, as have those preceding tI'I ,
stance Bennett and Grade Fields at 1800 and 2000 group I it the .
I that attended the concert of the [ by sponsorship of the Welfare Department and

WFUNi''SI.tY: : LAWLESS EMPIRE with Charles Starrett and noted pianist Malcuzynski stifled I I the arrangements by a dance committee of the following enlisted .
Tex BACK FROM THE FRONT feature at 1800 and 2000. their ohs and ahs when he played personnel Thomas L. Landers
-...Harding..-.......-..... ...-.....-...........- .. ... .. ..... ...... .. ...... .... .. -.. .. ............ .....-..... Chopin's "Polonaise." For a bit of : S2c: E-03, Chairman ;
; Dorothy II 1:: Tuinbull SPKlc: J. H I:
diversion there's also Dwight Fisk Speaker, S2c, E-ll: J. ..J.I .
recordings. I I HIasney, S2c, E-04, Ruth Dole, Sic, Am B. Allen, Sic Irene

Among the educational lines, try I' Cunliffe, Sic, Betty Caves, Sic, It. II, Uedlefsen; S2c, K-02,
a bit of conversational Spanish via J. Lucyk S2c E-12 J. P.
records If hear someone Belangy, S2c E-13 Betty Meadows, j
sprouting in an you Anglo-Spanish ac- Sic, V. Grammentz, Sic, O J. Shelby, AEMlc, K. C. Robertson -

,:ent "Buenos Dias, Senor," or Sic E-0: J. V. Barclay, Sic E-07, M E. Cernighano,
.. 'Como esta usted" trace it to the S2c E-07,' E. L. Harley, S2c E-09, W. C Steager, S2c E-ll,

where Spanish good class neighbors currently are organized attempting J. F McNally, Sic E-IO, A. 11. Warner, S2c: E-ll, W. T. '

to converse in the Spanish' 1'rickett, S2c E-03, G. A. Geuder, Sic E-00, II. A. Schmidt } I

tongue Senoritas attending are E-15, J. II Wic1 man E-16, L. II HaS; !1U-. en, E-1G It.I T. .
y'I Dickard, Presley, Towers, Hern- Davis. S2c E-01. and A, G. Coleman. AEMc I
don. Kondracki and Meyer. Senorita -
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Burns attempts to guide the ; I
class changing records as request- Three Score Plus
el1. Rhumba. lessons after class 'SSKIPS
z "t741t With the snappy tinge of fall
weather, conies the change to Get Advancements .
blues. After the new uniform regs
Fogartv Lowe Slater and Lean

boot-like.der appealed All but in black cotton hat-tops stockings At NATTC Recently .

Current song "It's Been A Long, Many advancements have been
Long Time" applies to the day civ-
vies are donned For those: cold made among the personnel at NAT COMPANY PROFILES
TC the past few weeks
winter nights ahead D. J. Williams
? models flannel night gowns I The list includes those advanced I 1
$ like grandmother wore. I from AEMJc: to AEM2e; James II, The Advanced Aviation Electri-

Two Sp I H's) are leaving for ODomnll Carl S Johnson, Harry clan Mate School has a lot of
Separation Centers Lillian Sears E. Monroe William C. Uipley Donald
r.v and Letha Kellogg: D Turnbull regrets B Gray Merljnn Tanner Allen colorful individuals as instructors.
nearing the end of her Navy W. McCoig, Fred Greenly, :Maury By hit or miss we chanted upmE
career, and enthusiastically applauds H. Betihen George It Kettering- H ( Lurrv) Lohman AEMJc, a
the NATTC band's renJi- ham Jack H Cowart Oscar 1'. vagabond character who seems: to
tion of \\aves of the Navy" Deakins Walter J. I.mek. Joseph
have been
The dance scheduled for tonight C. Yuhas Alvin Sheppard Fred L I in on every phase of
will feature Moonlight:: Melodies" Dau, Wilbur H Heitz George Hla- aviation in civilian life that one
and all those romantic ballads: also dik Harold :\1.: Steeb Dale K. could think of. He's the tall, blonde

a choke Waves trio who have Lewis, Grenville. Oltmand, dan person you bee rolling about In his
been picked from the group of try Thomas W', Stephenson. black Lincoln
outs, to render a little number. i I Zephyr, sporting a
Making the change to AEMlc: mustache
Why was Natalie W'imbrow so
are: Warren S. Brandt. John L :
'............ .._ .. '3it excited you guessed it Henry Horn William I:. Kirmln, FJden Larry is originally from Gene-
Will tt<* Here xaturda>'-,.;Maureen O'Ilaru arrived from overseas and madea H. Luffman Edward L Montgomery seo, Illinois, attended Iowa State

quick trip to Jax to put the David W Hovies. Albert |i College, and Coyne Electrical.
sparkler on her finger Phyllis Mitchell -
SPECIAL n EVENTSAboard I returned from leave after H. Riggs, and Bernard K Sproles. School in Chicago where he stul-, and found' Advanced from Sic to AEMjC led radio and various phases of

things slightly changed since she are Henry M. Crowe Raymond electronics.: Larry goes in for
'I left. However Bridges also returning W Alford Sherman D. DeVoe
and when
TODAY FOOTBALL GAME:: Turret School vs Ship's Company wondered what had happened John G. McRae Lawrence C. i very young had
Bombers; on N. VTTC griduon: at 1630. to the Waves in Eks. j-l. until she Walker, and Hairy H. Zaki, his own electrical appliance shop
I found them snuggled In 51. The Among the Specialist "X" rates, until he sold all the stock on installment -
."IUU.FOOTBALL GAME:: Fernandma Naval Gunnery Chiefs arc liable to have company Charles Heston to SpiXiU Frank plan and had no ready
School vs AEM School; on NATTC gridiron; time to be announced until all the girls get in from Stanley Rudman to Spi.X\ 121', and money left to buy new He workedon

TOMOIIT MOONLIGHT MELODIES DANCE for all hands, Continued on Page Jwelve Continued on Page Hen: the test line for John Deer
--- studying mechanical
Separation Center Orchestra; in Auditorium beginning at 2000 design features -

SVV1MMIM 1> 411,1'-INDOOR POOL; Recreational period for Discharged Together From Navy Then he decided to take to tin

all Naval Personnel and their guests: Monday through Friday- -1800! I ;.... mIl I j air ,and,' uhl'h went h.West h..1 to..,....get.....I In.. ..011flv" "..
to 2100; Saturday, 0900 to 1200 1300 to 1700, and 1800 to 2100; Sunday "La :; b"at'
1230 to 1700\ and 1800! to :J100 Children must be accompanied by .. in college' a"j the
parents, I II p AlhamTna Airport and worked asa
;rya mechanic while flying with tin
Ml!:MC'-Recteational rehearsal room is available to all hands In Western Hyers club
the Auditorium Band Room Instruments may be procured from fa. P After knocking about and doing
Lanten, Musician Ic. daily from 1600-2100, everything around an airport hu
went to Douglas Aircraft Corp.: iu
GOLl. STATION COURxG. Daily .from 1000 to 2000 Open to Long Beach and was later transferred -
all personnel.. Clubs available at gear locker in NATTC Auditorium.. I to the Daggette Project In
GOLF INSTRUCTION: for NAT1C personnel by R W, Reynolds, the Mojave Desert in charge of
bpA)2c( 1300 to 1530. (Special classes for WAVES by appointment. I : field operations for test flights.
Sign up at Shack.IIOSTtSS I I : During this time he held a reserve
I status with the Army Air Corps.
:iLMQ:: open daily from 1530 to 2100 Saturdays and I When he went back to civilization
Sundays from 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel and relatives he was checked out by Company a\
and guests Test Pilots and flew as co,pilot oa ,
test flights, mainly in C.47's. .
NATTC Ilim\lt\ open daily from 0800 to 2100. 'AI Y I His most colorful and interesting -
ISU\\ UNO daily at Ships Service from 1200 to J030As assignment was with the ;)60lhI
I Base Unit of the Army Air Force

n ore I I Training Command at Paint
Springs California. Here he instructed
UUIUllY_ FOOTBALL GAME, University of Florida vs Unl Army pilots who had returned -
versity of Georgia; at Municipal Stadium beginning at 14JOTUK \ from combat on the familiarization
I I of the ships' to which
>0\t' FOOTBALL GAME Turret School vs Bombers; on they were to be assigned That
NATTC gridiron; at 1630. was in the> day time. In the evenings -
I he met many of the celebri-
The Episcopal Army and Navy Center, corner of Church and ties from the film world which inhabited -
Market Streets. sponsors a dance every Saturday night from 2050: to the famous resort, an.I
2330. Junior hostesses will be in charge and all enlisted personnel are picked up the nickname of Hyim,

invited. I r Jr." He keeps everyone around .

t SUM>.\Y-Trip to Silver Springs for all NATTC personnel and well entertained when he starts*
guests Tickets $2.88 round trip. Bus leaves at 030 from circle outside telling of the escapades Involving
Main Gate. Leaves Silver Springs at 1SOO Special rates for 4 f'V his experiences with these pe.>pl !.
servicemen and women at Silver Springs | e Just when things were breaking
he was confined in a Los Angeles
< JACICSONY1/.I.F; KK.\UIK -Buses leave at frequent intervals -jc hospital for several months with
from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets Surf bathing V spinal meningitis and after this
and other recreation at one of world's finest ocean beaches Bus period was declared physically unfit -
fare 23c to fly. End of Lohman living a
I career ,
NIOTII.It.S IIOxrxs IIOU:.F:, 101 East Church Street. Lohman returned to Chicago to .

INO CENTERS; : at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus I take another physical and WAS
Station; Church and Newnan Street; 311 West Du\al Street. USO 4\ told to wait and convalesce Whila
WOMENb DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street I -lE ro.r ... T' ,11 ", \ I waiting he worked for the Galviri

CAMILIISG, 1IMII.NO, AMI KOVTKNO: Cedar River on San II*:Kh; \KF: Tilt; and lion ol Mrs Norma Dee, Radio radar Mfg. Company as assistant
Juan Avenue. Take take Shore Bus, three (yocks from last stop 011'' NATTC'' H.>!steds Club director. who recently were discharged simul carry on engineer research and at M.I.T.was sent to
San Juan, How Boats -two hours, OOc I taneously (ruin the Navy. William Dee
; canoes-$1 00 per hour; motor saw seven years of service Then the draft caught up with
boats$2.00 per hour five to eight people per boat. I and wa fur some I time attached to the Naval Air Station, Jacksonville him and Seaman Lohman ended
where he met his wife She was a Wave at NAS and was
at NATTC the
in ARM "A"
Ave discharged after
serving two years. The two now in Tamps, plan
school and of this
and Lakeshore Blvd. $1.00 hour for two I upon completion
nue per hours; $1 50 rr one to continue studies at a Michigan college under the GI Bill of flights
course was assigned as an instructor
hour of eight or ten1.00 for two hours. t
groups UYVE' I'.Aru' (I'hoto courtesy Tampa Morning Tribune) in the advance Behool.z .

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8 November, 1945 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Eleven

Advantages Are I They Continue To Stump Expresses 1 Two Department Heads Now Inactive I

Offered By AEM I I Move From NATTCAnother Gratitude OverCommendation 4

To Ship Company their papers near from hundred the NATTC received discharge 1wr f <

section during last week
A) School has been and moved on to I
The AEM( seperation centers
I'\ The Chief of Naval Air Technical -
S .
made available to all Ship's Company in various parts of the country -
The [ Training Rear Adm. Felix B
men who wish to take ad Jacksonville center ad- I
vantage of the equipment there jacent to NATTC, continued to be< Stump, has stated that he is proud

and.-supplement their own knowledge the most popular one from' which I I; of the record made by those officers -
with the lastest and most efficient personnel asked to be separated,
and men charged with the responsibility -
1') Understanding\ basic electricity To Great Lakes went: Bernard

according to Lt. Comdr, B. Valentine', AMMIc; John L. 1 of training aircrewmen 11

George F. Sauter, O-in-C of the Trellay, AOM3c: and Jeremiah P, and maintenance personnelin

school. McCarthy, CKV2c.To the Naval Air Technical Training -Lis. s' '

Ten men from Ship's Company I Terminal Island: Elmer L Command.
wll Ib/e admited each Monday to Schooley, AOM2c.To .
students I He was pleased to be able to .
hour day as
ppend one per Q ..
Bainbridge :Md. : Howard C. yS.I.IEt'T .
: forward the Letter of Commendation
In Basic Electricity They -
Fisher, S1 3c; Ronald B Owney, ; ,
will learn any phase which is particularly I AOMlc; Franklin A. Hudak AOM- 'I awarded instructors in his

adapted to their work, I Tic; David W Hovies, AEMlr: command by the Deputy Chief of
need or interest and will broader Francis A. McCullough, AFClc; Naval Operations Air), Adm.
their understanding of necessary Ramon S. Kline Mus2c; John R. Mark A. Mitscher.In k5.

parts of electricity which can be Dells: AFCSc; Faustine A. Jdian. I his letter of commendation to
applied in every day living 01 AOM3c; and Charles C. Humph the instructors Admiral Mitscher
which can be used in the moM rey AMMlc. says "The significant success of

complicated form of electronics. I To Shoemaker, Calif.: Sharles A : naval aviation in this war is directly .,.,...... '" -- ... >-
There Is no limit to the lengthof Shaw, Ylc. i traceable to the trained abil- COMDK.: RANDALL. WEEKS left, and LIEUT.

the course, though students are 'I' To Washington D. C.: Beatrice I ity of all of its officers and men COMDIt. A, J. DFJI'LIO late last week returned to nn inactive
to attend regularly Besides -
M. Simpson SK2c; Catherine M.I I The training of these personnelwas status In the U. S. Naval Reserve. Lieut. Comdr. Weeks was for

} It-am the how basic circuits principles can be they appliedin will I Cottrell Y3c; Lillian F. Seas Sp I in no small part your rel!pon- three years Public Relations Officer, then later Public Information I
(Hl2c) ; Esther R. Herman SpS- sibility. The high quality of instruction Officer\ : at NATTC, Lieut. Comdr. DeJulio was Welfare Officer for
almost branch of a\'lation,1
every 2c; and Margaret Lewis, Sic. developed and providedby several months. The former has returned to his home in Boston,
find be able to brush up on a sub- '
I you, has not only been verygratifying the latter to
To Norman Chicago
ject which is fundamental in everyday I : Roy M. Gill to .me but also has been ,
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'\ liting.: Sic.To I repeatedly commented up4n by i! Funeral director .(to an---g:; Englishman: "I say, what are
) In order to enroll in the course I New Orleans: Joel B. Brown, Fleet Commands shouldering mourner): "How old are you?" they doing?"
must be obtained from AOMlc; and Almon L. Young,, 1
Tfrmlssion tirelessly the heavy burden of : Aged mourner: "I'll be {<8 next "
AOMSc. American: "Dancing. I
Division Officers, the permissionhit "
training you have contributed, : month.
taken to the Educational To I : "But they get mar*
( Boston: Benjamin R. Sandi- splendidly and most importantly Funeral director: "Hardly worth Englishman
Services Division, Building 501, ford AOMJM; James W. Gerry to the victory ever our enemies" going home Is it?" ried later on. don't they?"
where the Educational Series Officer AOMTlc; J septJ.. Flagenza: I ,
will register students. SC2c; and Bernard R. Poulin, :
AMClc. NATTC Units In Victory Loan Parade, Jacksonville = I

Several Officers To Lido Beach N. Y.: James F.I I .
Freer, AEMlc; Malachy McDer-
Leave From NATTCOfficers mott, AOMTlc; Dante B. Diedwardu -

AEMlc; Joseph C. DeGruccioAOMTlc \ i
who have left duringthe ; Bruce G. PendletonAEMlc .

past week for separation and ; Charles Heston, SpiXUc\ ,
their respective homes include; Lt. Virgil J. Meliti. AFClc; ThaddeusL. I 4-r

Cinndrs. ILV.. Weeksfcnd, A. J. Osttowski) Cox; and Joseph A .
DeJuho, Lieuts. H. F. Loebl.. J, It. Giocomarra, AOM2c.To ,
pratt. D. L. Manson, It. I. Brown, I' Jacksonville: Jack C. Miller

J. F. Durham, J. F. Davidson. V. J. ACOM; Raymond V. Gatter. A EMIc ,/ .
Lammon, A. F. Roberts G. E. ; Waldo F. Perry AEMI.Neil) j "
lames, J. W. Maher P. B. Edwards V. Lundberg, AMBle; John M .. w. kc

and R. B. Barker. Black, S2c; Frank Dinoto, CMaM
Also leaving for their homes Frank L. Anderson MaMlc. Dan

were Lts. (jgl L. Thompson' te L. Cafrara. AOM IP; Rails C'
(Wave I, \V. G. Anderson O. Clotfelter, AFC2c; William A
Schvab, and Ensigns J. A. Parks Cooper AFClc; William P. Ew E

and H. A. Zielske. bank, AOMT2c; Vernon R. Eves
W lage, AEM3c; James F. Geisler

Wave Ensign Young AOM2c; Ernest L. Gentry AOM
Ic; Robert V. Guse, AOM2c. Chal-
Makes Photo SplashA mer M. Harmon. AEMlc. Ralph
M. Heain, AOMlc; Clyde HinerJr.
picture taken at NATTC V-J ., AOMT2c; James B. H f ,sby
night hit the jackpot in a rel'l'nlj AEMlc; Lester S. Humphreys
hue of "U. S.Camera," flick paper AOMlc; John P. King AOMlc

photographic trade publica Bernard C. Kirkham, AEMlc

tion.The George Opalenik, AOMTlc, Andrew
publication dia "rourtd.up" B. Pegram, AOMlc. t
of photos taken at seivice
Charles E. Pethel,
all around the country fob
areas J. Ryder, Bkrlc; Merritt J
announcement of Japan'scapitulation
lowing Stairs AEM2c; Warren W. Curtis,
and the Number 1
photo, showed Ens. Kathryn J.Young AEMlc; Karl A. Weilbather
AEMlc; Herbert M. Foote AOMT2c
in that hilarious expressionof
; Frank E. Cowman, AFC2c
joy over the news. The picture John D. Seymour, SpiTUc, William
time In "Jax Air
J. Heitz, AFClc; Bernard B.
News Only catch In the recognition -

accorded the photo was that Feldman CSpiAt I ; Volney D. Ce- ....................,. .. -a_:.a..
derblom, AEMlc; Edmond J. Ku- ... 'fjI! *1'11)" """ --"''''----' '--- --- ---
the magazine erroneously Iathe; "Phila bik, Op location of the picture as
) Jack Hendrickson, CSp
CpiA ;
delphia! instead of Jacksonville.Ens.
Young is women's representative (
at NATTC. I William V. Holley, AEM2c; William
L. Jotter, SpiXUc) ; Francis
Has'lts L. Slack, SpAlc; Russell A. Mers )'-
Movie Effect; Sp
"Coke" Sales Heavy"Lost AEM3c; Richard S. Kent, AEMlc, 1
John E. MacMillan AOM2c, Rob
Weekend" was more than ert B McPhaden, AEM3c, John H,
just an entertaining picture, it was Mertz, AOMlc; Albert F.: Janacek, wtw
indicated last week from sales at AEMlc; William R. }McLaren CSp- '

the Officers' Club following the (A); Forrest V. T rickett. AOM2c '
screening. and John D. Raiford, SC2c. +
More cokes. Just plain cokes_ '
were sold at the club bar following -
the picture's screening than NATTC Will ShareIn s

any other night In the club's his

tory.Advancements. Vft ( Nursery SchoolProjectDeweyPark

0:' ronlintinl from Fate Ten { 'F e

Mary Jane Dickard to SpX)3c.)
Plans have been completed for
H. Beardeh.
\ To Bygler ic Boyd
to, Calvin B. Shotland, to the joint l'perAtionf a Nursery
AOM2c John F. Doeer, and to AF School\ at Dewey Park which will
available to children of families
be t
Clc, William A. Cooper.
J' NATTC well M to
and attached to as
To -81V2c, Jack B. Bobley '
Otis P. Yost; to SKV3C, Mary NAS.
F Decision' for the two activitieso a
Burke; to PrtrM2c Raymond
Radtke, and to Yeoman 2c, Erva ; help maintain the
I, through funds of their two \\ (' -
1* Kondracki, Mary Mahoney, and /
Natalie Wimbrow. rare departments was reached after ....

Seaman First to Coxswain: FredJ. a survey had been made jointly

Scheldt; to CM3c, Jeremiah P. Chaplain Edwin W. Andrews of
Durkin; to I'tr3c, Lester Merk. NATTC, Lt. Comdr. A. J. DeJulio,
Seamen Second Class who have then NATTC Welfare Officer andLt. '
advanced to Seamen lc: Robert N. Comdr. Clarence H Ebers, then at 5

Mutcherson, Joseph L Karnff, Jew- a Welfare Officer at NAS
ell E Knight, Thaddcus Makarik. '; Naval Air Technical Training
Kevin O'Conncll Paul E. Rulel- Center will help support the nurs-

man Freddie L Vance, and How- cry school in view of the fact that

aid G. Bergcnholtz I his U to be a permanent activityind < .... _.
< ----w w.-- -
To SC3c; Lorna B. Chapman nll' a number of children of families will- it: PKKSON.NKL&.II''h.-' ; OF THE 'AVAIAIIt TECHNICAL TKAININU GETTER:: furnished part of the

Martha Krywingkl; to Bkr2c O. H. attached here probably colorful parade through the streets of down town Jacksonville last Thursday inaugurating the Victory
Wilbert Ruth Bartlett and Walter rant to take advantage of It. and below is the
Loan Drive here Above, i* one of the school units passing the reviewing stand
M. Nicastro. | The school is near stand. This the of NATTC personnel la,
NATTC Band as it approached the was second> appearance
n ,
Edgar Coodbrake made Chief scarcely more
downtown parades in little more than two weeks. ..
Storekeeper (D). I i velt Boulevard in Dewey




Page Twelve NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 8 November, 1945

NATTC Muscle Benders Have Final Get-Together NATTO(Through FOOTBALL 4 November STANDINGS)

I Point Point Trll 't
Ttaiu Won Tied Lost Won AU'd Points
Turret . . .5 2 0 48 1 19 E
Bombers . . .2 2 2 21 29 12
ARM . . .0 3 1 0 25 1
Individual scorings TD Pat Total

White (Turret) . . .. .6 0 6 .. \\
LahulUer . . . . .12 0 12 ,.
Foote (Turret) . . 6 1 1
Bender (Turret) .. . .12 1 1:1: ,
% Donahue (Bomber) . 0 1 1" .: .... ... y' 'y
q : Barnes (Bomber) . . .0 1 1 =",.. t' all:
: Marek (Bomber) . . 6 0 6 :f"J"'" I -.1
E' Fusco (Bomber) . .0 2 2 : : :;,
: 11t Svitonek (Bomber) . . 6 0 6 : : / .. \ :
Sackett (Bomber) . . 6 0 6 I'
Baltich (Turret) . ". 6 0 6 \_:. ':, '/

Foster (Turret) . .. 0 2 2 t n_.'" I 'P' .

Football Looming: WavesContinued

Heavy In Weekend
I From Tea
t I There's a heavy weekend football *
a leave.
v I bill NATTC.
of fare awaiting
Mahoney has now joined the,
the list Is the
Topping alwajsrolorful -
bridge club and with knitting In

Georgla.'lorida game at her hands announces "I'll bid 3 .
the Stadium In Jack
Municipal "
stitches. Being over-conscien-
son*'Hie-but If you didn't have a Towers
tious Mystie dashed mad.
lot of foresight and procure ly in to muster one Saturday _
ducats a good many week l ahead morning only to find wrong .
;you might alf veil stay in the duty section. ,.)
barracks and get the game over
Something new in color added tithe > I
the ether; ticket ha\e been
WAVE'S uniforms the
gone/: for some time. However new
the two squads and their fellow service bars. Already anxious customers -
students are nothing less! thana are placing their orders A \
magnet In this section and and then answering questions as to W-I
IU "What Theater of Action? .
THE NATTC PHYSICAL TRAINING DEPARTMENT: got together for one last shot before many ,'ou'll see more "football color"in
Well "there I
was tying madly
of its members departed for Separation Centers. Pictured above first row, left to right: Bill McLaren downtown Jacksonville Satur- when "
Otis F. Capps Lt. (Jg) William Muir Lt Comdr. Merle Makeever, Lt, Comdr J, J, Gallagher, V. Ma. day than any day In the year
mos, F. Sculli, D. Hedburg, Lt. Jg) Clair Kelley, Lt (Jg) Robert Colyar David Loper, Alfred Sinibaldi, Here at NATTC there's plentyof Just ask "Hasko" until prac-
second row, left to right Newell Lenham Lyle Naffjiger Laurence Dodd Raymond Aynes Jack Zoller, gridiron action today and to- tically the cold grey hours of
Donald Berret Edward Barnett, Carl Weintraub Francis Slack, Bruce Harlan, Donald Schulz William morrow. Today at 1630 the intramural morning the gals are finding out
the to all their
Ferris; third row, Charlie Woddail James Sterkel Wm. DeCarlo, Mattie Mathieson, David Fen league-leading Turret answers questions.
from Hasko" the ouiJa
der, Charles Pethtel Harley Collins Walter Pirmann, Chas. G. Dedmon Anthony Lamparelli, Robert School will meet the second place mystic."Mighty
Chisel, Clarence Roosa Sherwood Baxley; fourth row, Henry Amon, G. Johnson Theodore Duncan, nom -and if Turret should
Claude Harrison Carl Brink Woodrow Davis, John Cison, Henry Goldstein GJurich Walter Dubzinski be upset on this one the league
William Dunwiddie John Rymer Bernard Feldman; fifth row. Benjamin Schroeder Charles West I championship Is still wide open. who visited here last Sunday will

James Hartigan Donald Husvar Robert Hanlan, William Morris, Arden Wood John Suvada Frank Tomorrow afternoon the Per- return to take on the AEM

Humphries, Stanley Hayes Dominique Mancini and W.'H Kirkpatrick. nandina Gunnery School eleven School. ..

I Turrets Drop Their First To Off-Center I Turrets And AEM Clash On NATTC Gridirons r I

.. Fernandina Gunnery Team Here Bv 7 to 61

m -m m m*m--W9 mm m w ---- -- -
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In a hotly contested gameandtheir ------- ------- -
first with an off-Center team I yards across the goal line.

-the NATTC Turret School That made it six-all but only fora
dropped their first fracas of the moment. The Turret line charged g '
s wart n
season last Sunday afternoon to a fast blocked the attempted kick- L 3. :
visiting eleven from the Fernan- and it still looked for a second as

dina Naval Gunnery School 76. though the NATTC crowd wouldbe _
The affair marked the first of at saved from defeat; but the ball
least three games that are expected took an angular bounce, rolled
to be played between the lads across the goal line, and the visi .
from extreme Northeast Florida tors' Santoro was on it, gainingthe
and NATTC teams. extra point.Tomorrow .

When the game was in Its final according to tenta-
minutes of play it looked as thoughthe tive plans between officials of the I
Turrets might come back with two teams, the Fernandina aggregation -I x g, 8d. n z a r
another score to take the lead. will return to NATTC and
They marched from their own 10- take on the AEM School. Tenta-
yard stripe where QuarterbackFoster tive and not yet officially approved
received a punt returning plans are for the AEM School earn :
it to the 40-yard marker then I to go there next Friday and Lieut. ;
went on to their opponents' 21- C. C. Kelly, officer-in-charge of i 8 y6; ..6C
yard stripe; but that's where the. football here, said If time permitsand
final whistle caught them. approval is obtained, another

Tall Johnnie Kratko set thingsup round will be played.
for the opening-and Turrets'touchdown The starting Uneups Sunday:
Turrets Pos. Fernandina
midway of the second
Adams LE Johns
Bowers LT Nolen
Fernandina had taken the ball
Silwanow LG Wuit
over on downs on their own 39- Moore C Wertz
The visitors' Fullback
yard line.
O'Roark RG Jones
Santoro tossed a pass and Kratko: Gould
Chamness RT
seemed to volley the ball rather ,[ '

than knocked it to the ground. He Foster Baltich QB RE Schwartz Kosticki: ; /> .";.;',.,, ,;:.. :, <: ; .w :> '.$: .' .
was under the volley took it, and ;
LaHullier LH GraysonLindsey
raced diagonally down the field RH Dean .

where he was overtaken on the Lastoski FB Santoro '- ...
two-yard line barely missing a Earlier in the week Turrets were .'
beautiful touchdown. Foster went stalemated by an improving AEM : 1 1t.
the last two yards. A moment School eleven and the game went'
later, Foster, planning to kick for
the whole distance without: a score
the extra point saw his punt would
although the AEM was threateningwhen
never get into the air for blockers the final whistle blew.
were coming in fast and he attempted -
The starting lineups:
to run the ball around his Turret
AEM Pos.
left end; but he never made it to I Radke LE Baltich

pay dirt. Snyder LT Bowers .. t6 lF 'r
The visitors' Smith and Grayson Frew LG Silwanowlcz
accounted largely for a march Caccimisl C Moor
which set up the Fernandina men's Greiner RG O'Roark
final victory although that par- Batts RT Chamnesa .
ticular stepping didn't go all the Schebe RE Adams ,
way across the double stripe. Re- Schum QB Foster

ceiving a punt on their own 10, the Works LH LaHullier I 4 Mh ;
two with the aid of their team Crump RH Llndsfy
mates' blocking took the ball downto Boggs FB Conway:

the Turrets' 31; but there ran --- -- -- .'I
into trouble. A five-yard penaltyand I
an avalanche of Turret tack- Date Is ChangedFor 90 S, d tAGD.
lers on the next play lost the visi- BasketballDate
tors 15 yards and they kicked to '

the seven. LaHullier and Lindsey for opening the NATTC I %' c ., '
carried the ball out to their 20 buta basketball schedule has been .
five-yard penalty and a coupleof changed from I 5 December at Camp I

ineffective ground plays forced Blanding, to 3 December with t .; .. .., Yy 6 3 Pt
them to kick. Camp Blanding coming here, Lieut ;....;::4.W1 i Ea;.x;)isc-1. _. a. "' J"1f.Ijio .a41i"">>'II IIII
The punt went out on the Turret Comdr. J. J. Gallagher Officer-in- CASE TIlhKK have been any doubts about the amount of action coming out of those intramural .
23-yard stripe and that eventually Charge of the Physical and Military I football games at the Naval Air Technical Training Center take a gander at the top picture
sounded the death knell for the I Training. Department, said above. H. W. 1 NATTC eleven. The visitors lost I this week. shown at left picking a receiver for one of his deadly passes. He was fullback on the Turret School
seven and then pulled one of those Meantime, a squad of some three team and indicative of his interest in the game was his response Sunday to a request to "get In the
things out of the hat that any dozen ambitious hoopsters are game" Turret was trailing Fernandina and Foote was strolling around as a spectator wearing his J, .
football fan loves to see. It wasa working out three times weeklyin newly acquired discharge button; but some of the boys; thought if ho got in the game it might be saved. '
double lateral Fullback Santoroto the tyATTC gym preparing for Ills teammates and others forming a perfect screen at the players' bench he made a quick change and
End Johns to Halfback Smith i play in the games which are expected was in the last few plays. Below, ;you can get a near-worm's eye view of what the head linesman sees
and between the three of them the 'to be scheduled during the that you can't pee when he crouches near 'the playing! ends. Incidentally, that prominent rear :vl-w
ball traveled forward some :25::i season. of the head linesman is of CSpA( ) Jim Sterkel.

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