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VOL 3, No. 36 .. 15 November, 1945

Headquarters of the Naval Ai r Advanced Training Command


Community War Chest Drive Extended Until 20 November

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Civilians Will High Temperatures In Hospital Bonds Sold MANY REPORTS TO

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, Operate Station q'i=ce t w I To See Sub BE MADE AS YET;

Tickets to go aboard the

U-503, captured German subma BELOW
Department rine now on exhibition at Pier 1

of the Gibbs Gas Engine Company -
Jacksonville, may be ob- Community War Chest
(I'lioto/ on Page T\\o) tained by NAS personnel Campaign, scheduled to close on
through rash purchase of a Victory 10 November, has been extended
Civilian fire chiefs took over the Bond, according to Lieut.
through the 20th in
4 > conformitywith
Station Fire Department last J. I'. Flanagan, recently ap- the Jacksonville-Duval Coun-
week, marking the first step In the pointed Victory Bond Promotional ty drive, it was announced thii
eventual manning of the entire de- Officer. The sub will be
week bjf Lt. Mark Bartlett
general -
partment by civilian personnel. in Jacksonville from 15-20 November chairman
Stepping down from the post of inclusive, with visiting "While many departments nave
Fire Chief was M. II. Batchelder, hours from 1200-2200 dall)'. done a splendid job by going way
CBM, who will soon be returningto Bonds may be purchased and f p over their contributions of a year

civilian life. His successor is A. : tickets will be Issued at the ago despite a reduction In person-

I... VanLandingham who served for Bond Promotional Office, Building nel, it will be a long, hard pull to
22 years on the Jacksonville Fire 39, located directly oppositethe reach a total comparable to the

Department. In January, 1912, he Mafnslde Administration I $15,233.10 raised last year," he
went to Elgin Field Army Air Building. said. "Returns are still far from

Base, Valparaiso, Fla., as assist- tIIIGII complete, and it is hoped that all
ant fire chief, then to Municipal hands will dig down deep and help
Airport here in November of that Jax Center BestSeenHolloway I push the drive over the top W.

year in the same capacity. urge everyone who has not yet

Batchelder, a'native of Barre, I made a contribution to see his or
Vt., has headed the NAS Fire De- her departmental chairman nov/."

partment since April, 1911. $6,273 Reported
Assistant fire chief H. B. Web- Stopping here on a tour of Naval I Total contributions as of yester-

ber, CBM, has also been relievedof Personnel Separation Centers in day were $6,273.73 with a numberof
his duties. Webber, a Jaxon, will the South, Rear-Admiral James R. major activities still unreported
return to the Jacksonville Fire Holloway, Assistant Chief of Naval Still to be heard from were the

Department upon separation wherehe Personnel for Demobilization, pro- Naval Air Technical Training Cen-
served for 18 years before en- nounced the Jax center "the finest ter, Naval Air Gunners' School,
tering the Navy. He has been as- separation center I have seen" be- Assembly and Repair (civilians),
sistant chief of the departmentsince fore his departure by plane Tues and Public Works which turned in

November, 1911. day.Admiral a combined total of $3,661.19 in

Assuming the duties of assist- Holloway now has a 1911.
ant chiefs are C. W. Owens and A double responsibility as demobilization Among the activities which ex-
M. Evans. Owens and Evans both director and as head of the ceeded their contributions of last
served on the Jacksonville Fire Naval postwar education board for year were NAATC which turnedin
Department. The former was a which duty he was recalled from 131036 as compared with $91

captain on the Camp Blanding the Pacific in July. The board, established last year; Cecil Field with 2280.
force and assistant chief at the on the basis of a program 26 as compared with $73153 last
St. Johns River Shipyard. The -" outlined by him to train regularand year; A & R (Navy) with $669.41)

latter also was at Camp Blanding 1- reserve officers after the war, I as compared with $12991 last
as a captain, and later as Chief of TEMPERATURES has as one of its chief aims pro- year, Marine Barracks $112.15a
IN THE NAVAL HOSPITAL LAST WEEK-END whenmovie I ainst last year's $68.60; Supply
the St. Johns River Shipyard Fire viding adequate and up-to-date
beauties Barbara Brltton and I'attlIcCart) arrived on a training for naval aviation pilots (Navy), $184.30 against $157;
Department.When civilian I cheer-up mission sponsored by U.S.O. traveling tours. At top Miss and to maintain of Yard Department, $111.30 against
the to a a back-log
changeover "
Britton last seen here in "The Great John L." and "Captain Kidd, trained active and Inactive $83.48; Ordnance and Gunnery, $51:
Is ,
fire force completed personnel -
fighting .
the stops for a word with Joe Pomeroy, RMSc: a former class-mate of against $11.35: Inspection, $69.83
only crash fire apparatus on at Beach City College. At bottom, Miss McCarty and Miss $6125 Personnel $65
hers Long against ;
service Arriving here at 1420
manned ,
field will be by ,
Larson, Sic. The girls will also
Britton exchange laughs his party left at 1000 the following against $19.15: Public ,
personnel. Held and the U. S. Naval Hospital, Miami civilian
visit Camp handing Drew $13 against $9, Personnel (
for of j
day inspection the
Lt. John H. Jones remains as Corpus
Fire Marshal and Safety Officer I during the course of their two weeks' Junket from Hollvwood. Christl Center, and from there his ), $15 against $12: and Avia-
------ Department (civil-
-- tion Training:
---- --- --- Itinerary includes Camp Wallacein
NAS FAIR DISPLAY Texas and New Orleans. From Continued on pare-Seven

i Marine Corps Enters 171st GETS RECOGNITIONNAS New Washington.Orleans Inspections he will return and con-to. Catholics--- Will

Jax has been? complimented ferences at other Separation Cen-
Year Of Colorful History for an exhibit in the Northeast ters will be conducted in the near

--- Florida State Fair. future. During his inspection of the i Celebrate MassA
Quietly, and without fanfare,1---- I A letter from Dodson's World's Jacksonville Center he conferred I

Marines of the Jacksonville Naval USO Show To Be Fair Shows states: "In our many with Captain M. M DeWolf, Com-I solemn Pontifical Mass of
Air Station celebrated the 170th years of showing State and County manding Officer of the unit. thanksgiving will be celebratednext
birthday last Saturday of their I Fairs, throughout the United Before he returned to Washington Sunday at 0930 In St. Ed-

corps, a brilliant, versatile fighting Given TomorrowA I States and Canada, we have never from the USS Iowa, a com- ward's Chapel on the occasion of
force which has a record of brave seen a better display" mand which he held from November the annual visitation of the Cath-

deeds and daring action interwoven USO-Camp show featuring I 'II'I 1944 to last July, Admiral Hol- olic Military Delegate for this area

with the history of the United girls, music and comedy will be I NEW! SUPPLY OFFICER loway was Director of Training in the Most Reverend Gerald P.

I Stated.: presented in the :Mains ide Audito- ,, the Bureau of Naval Personnel, I O'Hara, D.D., J.U.D,. Bishop of 6a-
: The occasion was marked with rium tomorrow night at 2000, it t and prior to that was in charge! of I vannah-Atlanta, and personal representative -

the traditional reading of Article was announced yesterday. commissioning training for : of Archbishop Spell-
1-55 of the Marine Corps ManualS The entertainment is titled d crews of DD's and DE'g in Bermuda man. The Mass will be offered as
has been revised this yearto He was promoted to Rear- : of gratitude
which "Monkey: Shines," and topping the a public expression
mention of Marine Corps Admiral last summer, I God for the victory
Include billing for the troupe is Stan Kav- : to Almighty
accomplishments in World War II. anaugh, called "America's Fore- : I accorded our arms during this past
Two Parties Given most Comedy Juggler" NOT TO SELL TAGS I year and in petition for a lasting

On Friday night, two partieswere call themselves Vehicle owners are advised that ; peace throughout the world that
staged to observe the birth- The chorus girls" Music for their the Yard office will not have 1916 will be based upon the principles
day. Officers of MFOTU held an "The ICaydets. ,5 Florida State motor vehicle licenses of justice and charity.
numbers and other acts, will be
affair at The Pines with Lt. Col. for sale this year, as has The Catholic Chaplains from the
under the
Alexander A, Vandegrift, Jr., ex- played by the NAS band been customary in the past, the Air Station, the Naval Hospital
direction of Chief Phil Bennett.
ecutive officerof the Marine Bar- Yard office has announced. Continued on Page Seven
The Three Kelly Sisters will
racks, as guest of honor. Lt. Col.
John L. Smith, skipper of the Ma- come on for harmony singing and ?
rine fighter squadron, cut a huge John Fogarty, Irish tenor, will also Anchorage Oil Green Cove Springs 'I
do some vocalizing. Adding to the "
cake with a Jap Samuri I
I sword, assisted by the squadron's humor will be Barr and Estes, a Swells Number of Sailors in AreaBy

officer Lt. Col. John D. ,comedy team.
executive ,
The show is emceed by Leon -- Arthur Greene Y2c, and history, to accommodate more

Howard. enlisted Marines -I Navarro, who is also heard at the Jim Anderson, Y2c. than 750 Navy vessels, and the
The name evening
of MFOTU and MAD were piano (See Photo on Page S) ships have already started to drop
4 the ---- -- I Thousands more sailors coming anchor In large numbers.
: : at a party given by
. guests USO. to Jacksonville! Already the wiseacres have
Jacksonville Beach Congress au- Night Rations That's a composite of the head- dubbed this stretch of the St. S
The Continental "
I Johns "Rust-bucket Bay. In fact,
thorized the formation of two bat- lines the dally newspapers of Jack-
' Marines on November Cancelled sonville have been carrying recently. just about everything has been
talions of Are
the term Marine, I The reason-the reserve fleet said about the activity-with one
10, 1775.: and
exception. And that exception lathe
meaning sea soldier, was formally No meals will be served or Issued anchorage near here.
life of the aboard these
adopted at this time. From the from the Main Station galley, CAPTAIN 1IAKOLU C. 1OA I Down at Green Cove Springs, men

_I time of its Inception, the Corp has after 1830 beginning Monday, ac- (SC) USNR, above, has reported the quiet little community which ships work,of the decommissioning men who are doing and the
been busy In wars and undeclared cording to an order Issued by aboard as Supply Officer, suc- had its placidity broken during preservation
that the U. S. will
States, first William L. Pat- World War II by the establishmentof so have
wars of the United Comdr. Paul E. Emrick, acting I ceeding Captain
taking part in the Revolutionary commanding officer.Department ten (SC) USN, who was detached a naval air station, Lee Field, in reserve a mighty armada 'fot'any

War serving both on land and heads have been requested -I last month for duty as Staff there is renewed activity now. eventuality.
Officer on the staff of While most cities and hamlets are :Many sailors at NAS have been 'p
schedules Supply
p need arose.
sea! as the to'arrange wprking :
what life is like aboard
Fleet At- to return to their former wondering p
Fought Pirate to coincide with these meal Commander, Reserve preparing
Ii: The Leathernecks saw action In hours: breakfast, 0530-0730: ; din-' lantic Fleet, with headquartersat peaceful existence, this particular these ships now that their war
I North Florida town will see more duties are a thing of the past and
hand-to-hand combat du'infj,the ner, 1030-1300( ; supper, 16301830.I Norfolk, Va. Captain Stoawas
they no longer are .,pointing their
executive servicemen in the next few months
with France In 1799 as rations cancel .
'. naval war Night are
they fought with sword cutlass led but where necessary can be re- assistant at the Aviation SupplyOfft.ce than during the war. For it was bows into the briny deep. The Jax.
I to his chosen as the site of tho greatest Air News wondered too, and with
irvl rifle. In 1805 Lieutenant quested to the Commissary officer Philadelphia, prior ,I '
Continued On Page Seven' via the Executive officer. assignment to NAS Jacksonville. fleet anchorage in the country's Continued ou Page TVr' (




Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 15 November, 1945


DO YOU PROMISE. . ? I Anchorage Near
Surplus Act GivesMany
Property .. .... ______._"'-A -- _"" ___
I Increases

Rights and Privileges Here

Number Sailors E
LlmiiK. are net on Ituylng

Lt. Comdr. Kelly !, Q. Are there any; limits on the Continued! from Page One

I amount of property a veteran may the co-operation of Chief H. R

buy 1A. I 'Thomas of the Boat House and a

Succeeds Culp As Yes. The SYVPC, working rew of willing hands, tailed <
with the with boat to Ilwn.
disposal agencies and the river in a picket 11III
the approval of the administrator

Publnfo OfficerLt. may establish minimum and maximum outWe picked LST692 at random AS

limits as to the value and a representative ship. In the absence

Comdr. James F. Kelly, editor quantity of property which maybe -*, of the skipper, Lt. (jgi 1 Jr..
purchased on a priority by any \\'' Shollenberger, the executive-
of the Jax Air News, has assumed -
veteran.Q. ficer, showed us a1>ollt. And we
the duties of Public Infor- What is the purpose of setting found the answers to all our questions. -

mation Officer for NAS Jacksonville minimum and maximum lim .

following the teturn to civil its ? :Show InitiativeLife

life of Lt. C. S. Culp who had occupied I 'A. Minimum limits are established y Mk wasn't' much different for
the post since 1 May of this because the cost of han y ; the men from the life they; led nt

year, and went through the Separation dling certain kinds of property in sea On small craft like DCs and
Center here last week. quantities smaller than those in LSTs it's a lot more rugged thanon

The new Public Information Of- which they normally are handled' << a larger\ ship, and entertainment -

fit t'r has been serving as editor of crated or packaged would be too is almost exclusively a mat-

the Station newspaper since reporting high. Maximum limits are imposed ter of individual] initiative and resourcefulness. .

: aboard three months ago to insure fair distribution and to Card games: ihe-ok-
keep one man from "cornering a ers and the like are favorites
from' H West Coast assignment:: '
market.Q. 3 4'd fof passing Idle moments. The I
; ..' Has a veteran preference In evening movie show is heavily at-

buying real estate ? k tended. Basketball games on the

A. Yea. After the property has wide tank deck arc' lots of fun forthe

been subdivided into appropriate I boys. Then there ate boxing.
economic units, such as (umll '- tiouis' staged among themselves.In .

sized farms, building lots! etr., the all more or less, It was the t
M disposal agency fixes what it con- :' Tilt AIlO\'E !SCENE is one that could be recorded 2 500 times, same! old story.

eiders a fair price for each unit. for more than that number of couples have been wed in the chapels ] Hut and it's a big ".'\It," theu's
of NAS Jax in ceremonies that united them under rituals] of. varied
e ,Ke Before the property can be disposed I I liberty every' other night, with port
of, except to the original religious beliefs. The marriage above, being performed by Chaplain I j and starboard watches, and 48-

owner, or a Federal or State agen- H. L. Booch. occurred here recently. hour liberties every therHtk-

<-y. the veteran may apply for the [ end something a lot diffeient

purchase of any or all units offer- I I from the days at sea. Dances have
ed for sale at the fixed price.I NAS Chapels Are SceneOf been arranged for them in Pt.I .

When more than one veteran applies I I Augustine:: and when there's nothing -

for purchase of the sameproperty Rites else doing:, the boys head for I i
the will be Many Wedding
purchaser selected Jacksonville" j

by lot. A veteran may exercise ,i, HUll I.llx'rly Ilittits

his preference to acquire teal to the proportionate uses to which Ky Jim Anderson, TcNot ,1 Each ship runs its own liberty i

property only once. I I' the structure is to be put. If its all knots' tied boatswains 1 boat on regular,:; schedule, but' for
are by -
Q How are fixed sales
prices on
main function is to serve as a I i those who make a real night t>f it,
the also
to veterans ? 'haplair) comes ,
,: boat makes the
a straggler's roundof
home, he is entitled to preferenceonly 1
in for his share.
A. Disposal agencies will ellsUI'plus on such items as are necessary I all the ships during the late
j MarriagesIiey! aie even more
to veterans at
property a
to establish and furnish his station night and early morning; hours.
fair value which shall not be greater frequent on this than beanf i ij
I professional quarters.Q. I for breakfast I I To keep the men fit, athletics life
than the lowest which is
price j
offered to many trade levels" at the What provision is made to I During the season when a young'' held daily at Lee Field between the 1'
time of purchase by the veteran. take care of the needs of service man's fancy turns to and the'' hours of 1600 and 1t
Lt. Comdr. James I" Kelly I O"'. U'Ta there tn. r t...rovonta ,.., personnel who may not be discharged 1 maiden doesn't need to be asked | men who the have hobbies, most ships
permit use of tools and
veteran from I for many months ? twice, there are about 10 to 15 shop
purchasing any
was formerly a public relations facilities
from A. Because some items are shortin weddings a week in the NAS chap-
I I property diiectly a disposal ,
officer at other naval activitiesand Chow is prepared on board as
i cIa, according the and
and heaIn demand chaplains
agency without exercising his supply ,
was engaged in publicity and usual. Supplies are obtained
1 their assistants At there
preference ? and because a prime objective of present :
advertising work prior to receiving 1 through the local t.
supply depe'
are from two to five. haven'tdropped I ]
,I A.0, not if he Is Included within the surplus property administration -
a commission in the naval reserve 1 Water is obtained by use of theship's
author the class of buyers to whom the is to ..get surpluses out of the off since the end of the I .
in May, 1942. Ne is I evaporators.
but rather cooler weather
II is such of new civilian production, it war
of a book, entitled "From A Hilltup" disposal agency offerng way Can Cifi; 1'iidervtHy
seems to cool the ardent suitors.
Such will be is possible that some late-coming
and wrote a newspaper column ] property. The At present, the ships are in a
married here
| couples being
governed by the prices, terms and prospetcive purchasers; will be dis\
during 'ea18. He was sea-going status and
pre-war all to have two inI can pet underway -
seem things
So far all the
I conditions of the offering made by appointed. as possible,
graduated from Swarthmore College if need be. '
I common say those who should in a matter of
the disposal agencies concerned are making every -
class of 34. agency.Q. ''know. hours. Chief Is to the
I Theale always late and activity pet
In case a veteran is unable effort to distribute surplus
Lt. former DeLand Fla., 1 all nej."ou ; ships rust-proofed and for
Culp personally to inspect property be- property fairly. To that end theSWTC are Probably] being ready
newspaper editor, took over thejob fore purchase, does the Govern- advises disposal agencies as late is caused by the bride's last i the long layup.'hen this workis
of Public Information Officer ; three looks in completed, will
two or a mirror. The compartments
ment guarantee it to be of high to the reserves of property necessary !
from Lt. Vernon F. Sechriest. Immediately nervousness is about the same as be dehumidified and sealed, and
? to meet veterans'
quality requirements -
before being named I A. No, Many items are declared and they are trying to set j the cornered guy who says, "You the complements will be cut.
Public Information Officer here, he got: me, Hub!" Eventually, the only ships with
surplus because they do not meet aside these reserves to take care
t-rrved as editor of the Jax Air 2,5(10( ( Couplet, Wed ,| men aboard will be "mother ships"
Government standards as to qual- of future demands veterans.. I
News. In addition to his other responsibilities More than :2.r,00 couples have whose crews will look after all U.r
state of How veteran locate
ity, efficiency, durability Q. can a '
during his 35 months repair, etc.The Government offers property of the kind he wishes to stepped before chaplains at NASJ'I others.
tour of active duty, he served as a'' only the assurance that the quali- purchase ? Jax and meekly repeated their "l | After Lee Field is de-acthatt-d,
member of the Summary Court'' do's" These weddings:: have it may be. taken over as a shorn
of than
ty and condition of the property A. The nearest more 150
and member of the Seaman, First' ried from the simple to the base for the anchorage. GUt
is not misrepresented. Many sales field offices of the SWPC and the 'a-I
Class, Examining Board. | orate from participants in Cove Springs will probably, N a
are on "as is where is" basis.Q. several disposal agencies will advise -
A graduate of Stetson Is veteran about to resume him where to apply. He can mal dress to several attendants permanent naval acthity. with

sity, Lt. Culp has had a unl'er-I civilian practice of a profession en- also inquire of the nearest field office and "scabbards and blades." several hundred" men station

career in civil life. Besides titled to preference in the purchaseof of _a disposal agency. Disposal I The type of wedding does not there to be caretakeis fo lit).
necessarily reflect the Dun and craft.
the DeLand Sun-News he has I i
building material and furnish- agencies issue periodically lists of
been a professional baseball player I Bradstreet credit of the bride. i Decommissioning an LST and
ings for a house which is to serve property declared surplus] and will
sports writer, and high Some prefer formal affairs with similar vessels is no overnight job,
sl'hool1 both as an office and a dwelling send them to veterans or others '
athletic coach.Appointment. I place ? request. The Surplus Property I flowers and all the fixings, while: as those visiting find out. For' an
I IIndl'ldual upon others ,ho can afford the best LST
of Lt. Comdr. Kelly A. The SWPC will determine' in Administration headquarters in request has accommodations e'l a
to the Public Information post I cases to what extent he I Washington is glad to assist and only a simple cel emon)'. I larger ship, which might rot be
I So far the oft-heard 'of
will involve no change in the publication is entitled to preference according advise veterans at all times. story abride > generally known among those whohaven't
or bridegroom failing to put been on one. Crew's
of the Jax Air News. He qUArters -
will continue to act as editor, with CIVILIANS TAKE OVER In his appearance has not. occurred includes bunks! not hammocks,
enlisted personnel comprising the __._....n..n. here but there have been In-I lavatories and real showers.
stances( where both
.,t a ft. Jim Anderson, Y2c, veteran' parties evidently :Many Compartments
Greenville, S. C., newspapermanwho : did more than postpone because For a ship of Its size there
reported here recently after' of rain: they just cancelledthe seems to be a good deal of com-

editing the Cecil Field Beam for 1 \a s. whole thing without notifying partmentation. Most of the compartments '
the chaplains, who with their '
five months, and Arthur Greene assistants I below deck have artificial -
Y2c 'staff reporter and feature for had everything: in readiness light and are ventilated by,
a couple who failed
writer for the Jax Air News for to ap forced air Wandering about the,
I pear. I
the past 36 months, will serve as t liridt-N Faint, Ijtugh craft though, one realizes how

assistant editors. Sports will continue At one wedding the bride faint- I much work will be nect'ssattf)
to be handled by Ralph Warmer e ed about half seal the ship and l prepare it for
way through the
SpX13c( and Paul Crosby .rt it hr ceremony And had to be revived post-war days of 1 idleness.'

JpA)3c.( ) before the marital ties could] be You can be assured the toyswon't

x made fast. At another, the bride have an easy job

had the giggles and laughed I
Popular Science through almost all the rites. SALTSHAKER

"Some of their kisses knock you

Sponsors ContestA over," said \\'. H. Kee, SpWilc(
former Chicago: church organist'' "

contest in craftwork made by who supplies the music for many } .c:3.

servicemen and women and veterans 1--! of the' weddings. "They really holdon I I 1n a

has been announced by the
Popular' Science Monthly which Whether you will laugh:: or try,

will, give J3.300: in cash to 57 win- or end the ceremony with an amorous r

TJer>,. P yi kiss, the chaplains Are here I
to /iffer marital services to Pro-
i. : Entries must be made before 1 '4 testant.
Catholic, Jew Christian I
April lt)46) to Popular Science. 353 S Scientist
or Mormon. ,
Fourth Ave, New. \ork JO, N. Y .1 I
I x .
' entered / ust be
friade personally' by the serviceman
i NAS OAKLAND, Calif. With :
or'. ,,onlan in whose name it is en-
busy network of air routes
tered. They must not exceed 1 50 extending I
no uum.u the
equivalent] of more1
pounds in weight.All NAVY CHIEFS: of the NAS Fire Department turned over their than twice around the world, the

entries must be accompaniedby ; helmets to civilians last week when the direction of the station's naval Air Transport Service flew

J a statement giving the name, fire-fighting apparatus was taken over by civilian firemen. Although 1,26-1,000 passengers and 2.524-

rate, and permanent home addressof sailors still comprise the department's personnel, this marks the first ,,000 ton miles of cargo and mall !
K the contestant ; the materials step in the eventual complete staffing:: of the force by non-service! from the time of Its actuation tin >

t4 and tools used; the approximate firemen. In the above photo, Assistant Chief Ralph B. Webber, CBM, I til 1 September 11145.f ar

date when the object was completed turns over his helmet to the new assistant chief, C. W. Owens, left, .)c

; and I if a veteran;' ,the. date of while the retiring fire chief, M. H. Batchelder, CBM, right, hands f I They lived happily In little I "Harper always eakl! !1 he'J Jt't

discharge. his helmet to Irs successor Chief A, L. VanLandingham, apartment overlooking] the lent. I back, 'come hell or high water 1' "



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CHOHAd'K at Green Cove Springswill :: ashore ((5)) Lt. jg) 1:. W. Shol.
I bring about l 1.::>,UOO bluejacketsto I' lenberger of Heading, Pa., executive -
this area, a number equal to, or officer of LSTGD2, looks down
greater than, the personnel of I the river from the bridge deck.
NAS. What's the anchorage like? ((6)) An ambitious sailor looks over
How's life aboard for the crews? i the study books available in the
What do they do for recreation? q Wl pr I ship's library. (7)) Two DEs at an.
Some of these answers in these a chor. ((8)) Mail call is high spot of
lectured taken by a photographer I the day. (I V) A game of Acey Deu-
of the NAS photo lab especially cy is always }popular. (10)) liat-
for the Jax Air News ((1) ting the breeze is a favorite pastime .
One crew member gets a quick I of all Navy men, and the boys
trim by a buddy prior to going on here are no exception as they rest
liberty. (2)) End view of two LSTs. up after a toug'h day readying theJ'

((3)) Some of the !boys play basket- + s s Y, wiwas s rReMw-_. ships for the long years at anchor .
ball on the tank deck. ( I) Food} is Yt d : ? W; iu the St. Johns.I .

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J1 f\J -ufs I Military and Civil Leader j hapTaiWS.Tfeuxs fijtI I

Office of Public Editorial Information Offices Room 221 atviyieujs framStationm i)
Administration Annex, HilI:. 851 I
Telephone! Kxtetuslon 8342; d 2i

Lt. 'umdr. James f. Kelly, VSNK' Editor I 4
The JAX AlA NEWS: u published: weekly at the U. S.
Naval Air Station, Jacksonville. Florida by the Office of
Public Infoimallon at no expense' to the government and In Uy CHAPLAIN II. AhLlSON PORTER; I))
compliance with Setnav Circular Letter 45-526.: : :28 May 15)45.
Copies are distributed tree of chaise at the Naval Air Up in the air with the stars at night,
.- Station Headquarters: \ the Naval of the Air Naval Technical Air Operational Training 1'ralnlng Center,Command the Ip Winds the pathway of airmen in endless

Naval UX Cove Spring, delight,
Vrttt: ns rlnf r3nt Naval Air
Muval sehl.ol the U. S. Naval Hospital, the Naval Aux r: To flirt with the stars in their tresses
lllaiy, Air Motion Municipal No." 1, and the Naval Auxiliary l ?. .tNF. of light,
Air St tun. Ma) pollflear r
And look at the earth from a dizzy new
Admiral Ralph E. Davlson. USN
Chief ut Naval Air Advanced Tlninlng i height.To .
be up in the air with the stars at
Captain Anthony H. Brady, lSN:
Commanding Officer night,
Jacksonville Natal Air Station Is the privilege of airmen in a noctur-
\'ER, IX MODKK.V III Tnhas a conquering general
nal flight.
Fold N. Taylor
Captain Commanding Oillcer continued to head the civil administration of the conquered country
Naval Air 'Technical raining Center until General Douglas MacArthur took over the post-war government -
-: N of Japan. He's now engaged In general house cleaning of Japan's On through the night in a silver winged
Cal-twin CUrrnc J. Brown (MC) V >
Commanding Officer cluttered economic and political structure. plane

U. S. Naval-Hokplul, With a turn here and there in the milky i)

Colonel Martin J. Kelleher. USMC (Ret.) A way lane,
Commanding Marine barrack Officer Fighting Tradition And a look down below at the passing

With the celebration of the 170th anniversary of the terrain,
Commander Commanding Cdwaio. L.Officer Dolecek USN founding of the United States Marine Corps on 10 November While stars mark the way of the Navyair
Naval Air L unnel"' School comes the reminder train f
that this country owes a debt of gratitude ,
Commander crank I, C'orbln. USN to its "sea-soldiers." Up in the air with the stars at night,

Naval Auxiliary, \ Commanding Air :btatlun.Officer teen Cove Springs In every U. S. war of the crowded period since 177,', the Is the fortune of airmen in a nocturnal

Commander Hoard E. Born USN :Marines have played a spectacular and often decisive role. flight.

Commanding Officer Always small in numbers, the USMC has developed in its
Naval Auxlliai v All :station Cecil Field members a spirit and tradition of dogged courage that often Up in the air in the still blue of night,

Commander Commanding:Salem A. Van Officer Every, Jr., USN carries them to victory against appilrentJinsurmountable With the star parade to the. left and the ,

Naval Auxlllaiy Air St.tUOIA1unlclpal No. 1 odds. Nobody alive today can forget the stories of heroism right. t

Commander John B. Huhn. L'SNR and sacrifice that came from Okinawa and Iwo Jima or the Up with the moon and(I its halo of gold!,
Commanding Officer symbolic picture of Marines with the stars are our fliers so bold.
Naval Auxlllarv, Air Station. Mayport raising the flag on :Mount[ Suri- Up
Up with the clouds as the plane thun-
Lieut. Cot. William T. Evani. USMC (Ret.) bachi.The
Commanding: Officer people of this country want }peace, but it's a comforting ders on,
Marine Aviation Detachment feeling to know that we have a force ('* "blood and 'Till the awakening day at the first

The and JAX Ship's AIR Editorial NEWS Association receive Camp maleilal.Newspaper Republication Service! thunder" fighters on our side in the event that we should be streak of dawn.

of credited matter prohibited without permission of CNS confronted by war,
War Department, :205! E 42nd:! St. l'\' .yC.. or SEA. WashInftcn '
:i&. D. C Republication ol any other matter, -- Up in the air with the fliers at night,
e"'t'fpby' service publications! 1 In prohibited withouthermisslon Are our hopes and our prayers thatthey'll
of Editor JAX AIR NEWS Cosmic Wise-crack
be all right.

Up in the air our dreams run rife,
News of man's
I Letters to the Editor I from all fronts. At home inhumanity we" have to man the uninspiring continues to spectacleof pour in Hut our hopes and our prayers give
them form and! life.
strikes and
animosity between labor unions and
manage- Up with the stars are our fancies in
Dear Editor : ment, while frustrated, war-weary citizens wait for the goods[
There has been quite a bit of discussion that are not forthcoming. To the east of ifs, across the At- flight,
Bark, to the earth they return with the since yesterday's publication of lantic, we hear angry, suspicious voices raised against Russia -

the Jax Air News. We like the paper very I England, France, Spain, Italy, Germany, and to the west light.

much, but there are some things in it that I of us, across the Pacific, we hear reports of civil war in ('hina -

we can't agree with you on one bit. I imperialism, discord.All I 1 O

In the article "Navy Throws All Hates I of the foregoing straws in the wind have: appeared

t Open For Enlistment in Regulars," there I during the first three months following the end oi'a war

was this statement, and I quote : "Barren's that lasted from four to fourteen years, depending upon
VH 11\ JT.: I'OK nCO.1'111E: ;\IIiER: 18, 1913/
financial weekly figures an unmarried sea what part of the world you l lived in. It's a great commentary.: u'.. 14 IlKlllt. ''I I, II, old I.. ii...-h
man's income is equivalent to $3GOO salaryin Either the human beings in this world thrive on conflict i (i-." '" \, I 1 I"" -. i'h ..pUIn i>, t', Biihli-r, ,
]1"< r> I IV !Inc Si i' i-N rh.ipl.iln II. old 1. Booth
civilian life, because of tax exemptions and individually and collectively, and deliberately choose II....n. S.,,,n' ,lui I'..erred lrr...iinrli Uuddmf 4.lUl .
the violent of I Ch-uilai.i, K, K.; Cuvloi. i pi IHl'lIchln
extras. ways living, or else they are.the victims of a

What we would like to see you do is item- deadly disease that weakens before it kills. I Catholic Cliiifll| Mutlln Uoa.l and ltlriulnUro Atemi4.IH .

ize that. There were times in civilian life It's the considered opinion of this newspaper that there OIIOSuleOlIr"nlllkul.iO-\ld"Ii: ; ;Max.

when I was making less than $100 per month will be no satisfying solution for the world's 1 problems until I, I7uu. -..vusClmtlian .
I !Hrnre J-t-rvlcei Mutlia Road mil lilrmlnlimAvrnuv. '
and I saved money on that deal. But since'I 'I every individual of every country learns how to be a good( .
came into this outfit I haven't saved one neighbor and examines his own personal motivesith the 11X( >-:Small chapel.
'I Litter Day !'o..I..Io Small Chapel, eerier *t Muttla tailKiriiiintliain.
red cent. And I'm not one of these guys that idea of weeding out the bad (i.e., the most human) one .

goes out and gets drunk. every night either. What's the good of having a United Nations! Organization Jetvluli OIl'l'lInl'ednl'l'l.Jy:srrvliv. mid Irlluwnlilp), Houri.

Why, I could live a life of luxury on $3,600: with carefully worked out moral and ethical code if the Filda.v Maliutde., l lsl5 l: -iMiwll Chapel Austin *nJ Birmingham:

t. citizens of the member nations continue follow I Tuelidd '. '
a :year. to the same ) UkM.v.O-Chaplaln: Office NATTC.
t A SEAMAN: DEUCE. old pattern of "I'll get mine, buddy and to hell with the next luc-Mlav.NACiS. IjUO-lJ\-:'i Office Yellow Water

guy !l" First 'Jluii (1ay of each month 17UO-1S30 Chapldln'i Oi-
lie" :NAA.N' Green Cove Spilng,
+ Editor's Xote-The Air AY?'',>1 S O. Reading
Room! NAA.S.: M.i>poit.
!unable to locate the 2'+ April/ 19 M issue of Smart Third Ihunday of each month, 1500-16: Chapel, JAX

Marion's Rational Business and/ financial Guy Note: No sen Ice In PBY lUugar, Area.
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Wfekly, which included the article quoted by There/ once was an individual named Phleghammer, 01
l' the Navy booklet. "The Sat'!} as a Peacetime some such name, and he was considered a pretty smart cookie / The Book Shelf I

Carter/ ," source of the story about[ which the among the boys r)f his set. Even as a kid, this Pleghammer '711-h .v-' f>
+ ( //Q. I.vI'U hoar thoire l in rtatlmnentiitninnifnt.
reader inquires.i had carried influence with {the
some other kids in his block. / jiiacticnlhi' all ('elltwit'JI.d. contitrnititie I
For general/ information hou'erer/ hereis When he was seventeen years old, he was the recognized( i fciiifstnted in the! Ithniricollection.. The foi-
the full quote as it apvcQi'cil[ in the Vat'y leader of the eighth grade class at P.S. No. ,. I l. mmi l'u'IIIIY1II/Llj"'Itl' books fie a,. induiitton <>1

l 1 booklet! : Then the war came along and Phleghammer received his the unity uniilnblc.HERITAGE, ,
income tux rates and[ presidential I Of TilE RIVER by Uuritl El\wd.\
I "Under cxistinu cx-I greetings, an approving nod from the chairmanof The
I fidi-cntintu ,
of the firm" Paul' and MnrHente
I "millions, do ?yon know )low much money the his local draft board, and a nice blue sailor suit. I Boi, .s/lrt, ill line and w/lr in" the Me nth. (''e/lIIlJ'J
average sinyle ri'iliaiIWi to earn in oral[&r After three years as a Seaman :2c, Phleghammer had )lost: in Montreal.

to fait away that ($.J,; a month) sum The none of his old confidence in himselt', but he did begin to I THE DI.tCIROSE..', bii Thontu* r:. CWfiitt. A

figure will surprise you, but it comes, not wonder why the rest of the Navy couldn't see that he was a romantic, taro of 13th ('e'"I'.1Ellylllll"; and "'/ m'fuuiiloui

from the Nal'Y! but from an independent natural leader of men, a very smart g'ua good man in a udi-eHtint in the O>ie"t.
t National i BEHOLD YOUR KING by Florence */, Banff.Deiirnpliont ,
unbiased civilian allf/wI'ify-Ea/.o/t's clinch Why, he could have told them what \\'HS1'ong with ,
I of the wintry and the customs /"/ I/*
l / Business and Financial Weekly. In the strategy used in various campaigns inhich: his ship the bnrkifiouHd of the dory of a tlrh !.ionniCy.KHi'i*
r the April 21t, 194. i issue, .this publication + took part, and lie knew exactly what was wrong with his Jew ttho comet fo J.IIIIIllemIII" btcomfi/ u Jollowr

, made a searching analyst of he comparative own ship. f of JeH.v.

figures under the heading{ 'Army-Xavy! Pay I In the meanwhile, the ex-leader of P. S. Xo. :3 got }pretty I WESTWARD THE RIVER by toil Van Eral.I .
.... Tops Most Cit'liflnlhl1l1al'rie[ Private's I salty in talk and action.'Well 1 I An adreHlurum trip rfoicw the Ohm ditiiny, the luibaItitt -
the .
liiiin iif li9o'a.liE .
Income Equivalent to $.Jj()() Salaiy'.'' one day the war was over. Phlegliammer ]heard, and I RHINOS

In arrii'infj at the figure quoted, the Bart I he was about to get his discharge. lie managed to get : Romance/ and rfe/m/.t GREAT; of NEWS l./Illj In/Jtfc Cle''I'e,in ,A'upolcon'.idui Dane.

t ton's economist undoubtedly itemized the various through a separation center, firmly rejecting, as he had always tflltiKi hoic a Biifn/i/ ni '(il officer binmiht then

} set Vices teA'ii'fd by a Nary man/ all done, all that nonsense about vocational training, education neirn of TJrflIr1,1/ / Yelao't tlrath to, Eni/land. I) j

low charge or no charge, and/ estimated hou'\\ advice about insurance, etc., and took his place! I THE LEl'CK KING bit Zofjn Ko\ak-Qicimh' much they would/ cost a civilian who would in the civilian world.It : A thnllinipiilnie/ of the life and, timrit/ of ISthCt /'
J ill in'u JCI'II..IIemIIer, the rule of BnldiHn /) .
' have to for them at present inflated was shortly after this that Phlegltammer found theirwasn't
pay trim lid; "be fore he v/ ,' thirlii, \lrthn lepmii/.
prices. Anioni/ these would be medical and much demand for guys with reputations as smart

dental care, cheap insurance, free entertainment guys unless they had some kill or )profession to back it up. I It is an honorable thing for one to serve

clothing! rent, lower prices in Ship's This smart guy finally did get a job, they say, in the his country. It is a thing to cause pride in

Service and Commissary Store. Income is stock room of a small department store, but he could never : the heart of any of us. Hut for a man to

i ,t measured by real floods and services, not understand why the dumb clucks he used to know in N'avywho have served in such a way that'he receives n

money, the economists tell nfand that means were always fooling around with books and correspondence dishonorable discharge is to nullify any honor

h that the civilian's pay check'isn't always a* courses seemed to get the good jobs, buy the fanciest that otherwise might accrue to him.-Lake-

fat ofc it looks. i. cars, Jive in the best houses, marry the sharpest girls. | hurst Airship.rage .

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15 November, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page FivoREPORTER

f'Lola ;of Gobblers'

To B(> on Narltcl
I There'll be plenty of turkey

I for Thanksgiving,
I So says the Department of

I Agriculture In a report that the WELFARE
turkey market will have 22 percent

'I more birds this year. An
estimated 41,150000 fowl are in
S ny Luis A. Leser Y8e this country, the department

said.Navy I
you KO after you get out of chow halls will have I Ji
their customary turkey dinnerson
the Navy if you didn't go
Thanksgiving and Christmas
home? and there will be plenty In civilian I JS!

DONALD RUSBULDT, AMM3c markets for the price. j i MAINSIDE MOVIES
-, Dunkirk, New York. l. i I
\ "I would like to travel from Jax
; ... to the West Coast, look It over and U.5.NAVAL HOSPITAL "LAWLESS EMPIRE" A western with Charles Starrett and Tex
: l' then' return home." i Harding; 1300-1700-19: .

; j JOSEPH LaCROIX, ARM3c, fly Kutfi" I. Hall Ens. (NC) KII\V
Boston, Mass I The Naval Hospital Basketball
"I would settle down around Los'' Team will open the season on the "FOLLOW THAT WOMAN," with William Gargan and Nancy
Angeles. I've been there and like Camp Blandmg hardwood Wednesday Kelly; 1300 show only.
everything about It. the people, 'SALTY HUMOR FROM 14 November, at 2030. Other I U. S. O. SHOW "MONKEY SHINES," 201)STUlUUYSUNIUY \),

scenery and climate." ,1 I HERE AND THERE teams in this district are being !
JAMES NICHOLS, Sic. St. Pet. contacted for games on this base
ersburg, Fla. I and surrounding areas I| "SHE WOULDN'T SAY YES." The story of a woman psychiatrist
S "I would like to settle In Jacksonville -I Smart llnjrr_ Coaches Walter Hambrick and attempting to cure a patient who has a man-fixation and finds herself
I've been here for the past 1 Junkman" : "Any old clothes, any I Hugh Smith expect to develop avery about to give up the man she loves, as a part of the treatment. Confusion
live or six years and like the place old rags ? good team out of the mate- _? Yes, but plenty of laughs! Rosalind Russell and Lee Bowman
very much." 1 Chief: "Of course" not. This is achief's rial available at present. Positionsfor are starred; Sat 1300-1700-1930; Sun. 1430-1700-1930.
BESSIE GREENE, S2c, WoodS 1 barracks. the team are still open and
ruff S. C"That's. Junkman: "Any old bottles any Corpsmen that can play basketball MONDAY:

easy. for me, because You Finish It=-- are requested to report for "DAKOTA," with John Wayne and Vera Ralston, 130'-170' ( )-19JO.TUESD .
I'm not goring home. I'm going to practice at 1600 on the basketball
school in Baltimore, Md., as soon S2c": "Sir, I'd like to have a courts. .\Y--WloDNI'SU.\:
as I'm discharged." leave R. D. Peele has been chosen as
R.. G JUSTISS, AC IM. I C. O.: "I'm sorry but we can't managers. Candidates for the TOO YOUNG TO KNOW." The story of two young people who
"I've another six years to go In let any more have leaves now." I team are: Payne, W. R; Weidhuner find their hasty marriage collapsing because of the girl's ambition for
the Navy, but at the end of that S2c: "But, sir, I just have to J. J.; Tursi, Vic: Schumack. a career. Their problems and their manner of solving them makes for
time I'd like to settle down anyplace have a leave to see my wife." I W. G; Snyder. C. E.; Ruzicka, J,; good entertainment. Joan Leslie and Robert Hutton head the cast!
.- in the South or West." C. O: "See here, sailor, do you Stuart, J. L.: Gardner, A. L.: Will- 130017001930. ,
WILLIAM HALLMAN, Y2o, put your wife ahead of your country hite, J; T.: Horine, W. J.; Thompson
Winter Haven, Fla ?" I E.; Stokes J.; Davis J, J.; STUDENT OFFICERS
k:r ,': "I'm heading tor Washington, S2c: 'But sir.,, here are 11 mil Tajley J.; Riddle, R. W., and
lion men taking care of the country Stradniter W. J, TIIiJrtSlAYFRiDAY"TILE
New I be.
, ": Jersey, as soon as can "
lf" : cause there's the cutest little thing SPIDER." Richard Conte, Faye Marlowe.' 1930.(
i 'i,:;; waiting there for me." I The two attractive movie star.
Poor Pa lets, Miss Barbara Britton and NO MOVIE S4TUKD
*- MILDRED KOLB, Y2c, Sumter, ( )
i I" S C "Mother. said the little girl, Miss Patty McCarty, were welcomed -
,I ;:-p "I'm going to Philadelphia. I've '"shall I run and mail this letter?" aboard the station 9 No- Sl'M! >,\\

heard so much about it from my The fond mother looked out at vember in typical Navy and Marine "FOLLOW THAT WOMAN" William Cargan, Nancy Kelly. 1930.
friends that it must be a wonderful the torrents of rain falling and : style They spent three da>.}
,(" town. There's good jobs and n I said, Gracious no, dear, it's nota I visiting with the patients on the. MUM).\VY-Tt'K&O

:'., lot of opportunities." I I tit day out for man or beast. Let wards helping to make their day a 'jJHE WOUDN'T SAY YES" Rosalind Russell, Lee Bowman 1930.
I father take the letter out :
your little more pleasant
\ PAUL KRUPA, Private, Chi ,
III. I Their visit was sponsored by the 1\'EUNISDAY:
" cii' ]
:\ "I'm not going any place except I lliU I* A Hot One USO Camp Shows and this is the "DAKOTA," with John Wayne, Vera Ralston, 1930.
A gunner's mate, home on leave,
aY luck home and there I will stay I IThere's only Naval Hospital included in
was sitting with his cat before. an their Itinerary. Following their
no place like it, believe I I II OTHER EVENTS
'' old-fashioned stove. His wife had stay here, they will visit the Army
', tie II to go out and warned him to keep I Hospitals at Camp Blandmg, Drew I
,: : JAMES HANDLEBAR, .Adm. I BOXING For information regarding workouts call Lt. Ruben
his eye on the fire. She went out. Field in Tampa, and the Army Air
"'.. lit class, Big Gulch Texas. extension 593 or report to Malnslde Mat after 1500
The gunner's mate fell asleep and Force Regional Hospital :Miami
,""' "Say, pardner! Have you ever the fire in the !stove: died out. Upon I Florida. SV\IMMINOIndoor: swimming pool, recreational swimming 1200-' *
been to Texas? There just ain't m 1300 and 1800-2100 week days. Saturday 1200-2100. and 1200-
her return the wife took one lookat Miss Britton. formerly with Paramount j Sunday
like it and I'm
place never gonna
her husband snoring and justIn Studios and now freelancing
roam once I get back" to my Lon. I fun screamed, "FIRE! I stared in "Till We Meet MUSIC Musicians Interested in playing in the Welfare Dance

star State. Yipee! I The husband leaped to attention, Again" with Ray Milland. "Cap. I 3and call Ext 494 Saxophone, trumpet trombone, base piano, guitar.
r. tore open the door of the stove 'tain Kldd," starring Charles Instruments furnished
'HAMS' CAN NOW GO I rammed in the cat. slammed the Laughton, and "The Great JohnL. BOWLINGSix alleys located Mainside:: Recreation Building

BACK ON AIR WAVES !I door and cried: "FIRE TWO!" ." with Gregory McClure. Miss No 3. Alleys are open from 1000 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and
; McCarty has had four previous 1200 to 2100 on Sunday. Instruction available by appointment
Five and ten meter bands were For Cannibals Only USO tours and is now free lancing. I __
fiOLF Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturdayand
opened to amateur radio operators : The children's party was draw- 0800 to :2030 on Sunday. Golf clubs and balls are available at Unit
at 0300 this morning, it has been Ing to a close and the cook triumphantly i Congratulations are now in or / House, Free instruction to Naval personnel by appointment, call extension r
announced j' brought in a heaping i der for our very popular Chief of 8137. Bathing trunks prohibited on golf course.
Communication with foreign platter of jello. As she put it on 1 Surgery, Captain Harold C. Clarke]
countries and portable opeiators I the table, the jello quivered and 1 and his wife who are the proud i: ANCHORAGE: .Op"i daily to enlisted personnel (with Liberty
will be permitted. Amateur licenses shook. Most of the children exclaimed | parents of a baby daughter, born 8 Cards and uniform of the day J. 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason

will be valid for six months, if in1 I with delight, but one' November, at the Dependents' Hos. Field.
effect between 7 December 1941 I started to leave the table. "Noneof pital, Jacksonville I Florida 1ENNISRacquets and balls are available at the Physical/ Train
and 15 September 1942 and not that for me," he said firmly, I' :. ing Building No. 726 and equipment rooms at Building No. 3' and on
since cancelled. :More information "It's not dead yet!" New Arrivals aboard the sta, the Mat Area (corner of Mustin and Yorktown Roads).

can be obtained by listening I tlon this week are' I RECEPTION: CENTER The Reception Center, located in south
Monday through Friday nights at The measure of a man's character Lt Charles C. Wright (D) L, wing of building No. 955, is open to N.A.S. personnel and their guests
200') ). 2100 and 2200 on 35V. 7115or is what he would do if he knew USNR: Lt. George M. Cravey' from 1000 to 2200 daily.

1420 kc ti> WIAW on cw, he would never he found out. I I (MC) USN; Lt. Arlia Pembroke\ BOATING AND S.\II.INHCall extension 623, Yard Craft Buill-
(NO) USN: Lt. Frances A. Gasior I cer, for information
(NC) USNR; Lt (jg) Beatrice A '
l /
LUCILLi THE LOVELY Smith (INC) USNR: Lt. JJiMar( ) I MIIRARY_ Located on second Jeck of Mainside Recreation Building -
: garet V. Jauout I NC) USNK. No. 3. Openfrom 0800 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and from
I 1200 to 2100 on Sunday.

Detached this week were: PIC.VICS Athletic gear available for picnics in Welfare Office,
I Lt. John A Craig <(
detached tit the Separation Center o'ISIII"OU..Fresh: water casting rods, salt water and fresh water
I at Malnside for release to inactive hand lines available in the Welfare Office, Building No. 3.

1 .OOTU.ULOfficer
i Lt. Dorothy J. Lewis NO) USN sonnel per-
I previously scheduled tor sports in the Auditorium are requested
of and
detached to Bureau Supplies
to meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized activities.\
Accounts, Cleveland, Ohio.
I A JUG U.S.O. IIOW_ Entitled "MONKEY: SHINES" full of laffs,

COMING EVENTS: I gags: songs and novelties at Mainslde[ Auditorium, Friday, November
16 at 2000.
"HI Fellas. the new variety; ,
USO Camp Show Is coming to! _\TII" I.l'IC; GEVK _A vaillible in gear issue room Building 3,
I lower deck.
c. Hospital Auditorium on Tuesday
4 a 30 November with a cast of well

I I known entertainers from stage, WAVES WEEKLY PROGRAM -
ti t screen, and radio If you are look-
Ing for good comedy, music, dancing rill'RSIHY
keep this' date .
Wiener roast, 181)'). hot chocolate. WAVES picnic area, guest:
invited .
frlir4l' t Waves, Corpsmen;, and Marine! Conditioning class. 16I\ shuffleboard court. ." .i

Guard your Thanksgiving dance Hockey practice, 1715, WAVES athletic tiel.1.'d '
will be held in the Hospital Aull-
"' t I''1. ,
November '
torlum on Friday 23 Jolno.\
a, S 4qA We promise a good orchestra ands| WAVES t
varsity basketball team athletic mat.
practice 1700.
: :
; remember .the, ,
1lot of fun so I t I <',..
date: 23 November. the time: 2000. ;' SUXD\V': ,, ,. l ol

a fp,,,, 1 1n the place: Hospital Auditorium Pop concert, 1300. WAVES club Bid;?. 612, guests: .invited.MONDAY ,
and be on hind a good

a r +! +x'I'nH.X ( 'I', 'I' .

N t r \ NURSE: 1.1'\: ns I Movie 1700, "NORTHERN PURSUIT," with trrol'Flynn','WAVES

.> NAVAL HOSPITAL. SEATTLE galley! refreshments, guests invited. v + .t.. ,.
Chief nurse' of the Seattle
3 Conditioning class 1615, shuffleboard couit. '
Natal Hospital. Lt. Comdr. Ida'I Hotkey practice. 1715. athletic field.TI'ESIY. "
Netter. NC, USN. who served as'
p- an Army nurse in France In World i| : '

War I and has been in naval servIice Basketball, 1700, baracks compt'tltI'Iathletic ntatr:
leave since from 1923 the, Navy his left on tins Conditioning class 1615: sl',urn}ho1r! d court ?l ',; .v",

x i \Vr.ih\EsDAY i < "

,__ _..___.__m. I NAZIS I.Osl 7 JUII.L10Y JJEI! Lingo, 1800, BUg. 612, prices. guest invited. > .

TlP'lCAL ()I' MODKIJX- ttOME.N' : I 1I.11ucill" Ball, win cart daz- '- London (CNS,) Prime Minister, :Conditioning clans, WVslujtUeboard.court.: r
7/4/ jour eye' with the ultra in feminine' jjlimoUr I, and the 'text mln- 'I|I Attlee said the German armed'I .,
tite-jump into chinfai-eeN'and itl-h'hlY'o1l! her Oalifohiu'fari11. This' i i forges suffered casualties of 1,-. DULY ( "I' I' ,
401.UOO 'I I ,\ II"i "I'I I' Crafts 1000-2130 U ".
photo ain't hay. i shop, Bldg. 720, Rooms 1:>0"1..2.'I ;,+

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I: Fliers Knocked From Unbeaten Class; Play Pensacola Next JI i

.. -

. Softball -Team. Takes -Third Flog r Advantage Fast Corpus Of Comets Breaks I ake"To !

a Down Cecil For I NOT A ST. JOHNS CATCH )

""'. .' "',_ ...... '.. ._. .> _A .... ."._ _,.._.__, ....w.. ,Au' Edge Locals By 14 To 13
Clincher 63The \ ';x,?. ;: .> '"", : ti":; t)1'

NAS Fliers, proved their jt :: '. ., :t;: ,!,:: By Ralph Warner, SpX)3c(

right to be rated the finest soft- ,,, :t't, ;> .",. ,. '!'' '''' Fickle Dame Fortune, a good friend of the NAS Fliers

ball team in this section of the '$: ,.; in their first seven games this season, was the twelfth man
< I : >
state when they defeated Cecil ;i r:;
Field last Friday 6-3 to clinch the ,., ,'..'" .,>k .. ,',.! 1 ,> on the Corpus Christi Navy Comet eleven in the Texas City

flag in the Post-season league by ,'.l ':" ... :: i" ': { last Saturday night, and as a result, Coach Jim Tatum's grid- '.

one full game. .>; ,, ;' ders were dropped from the undefeated and untied class by

NAOTC Winners of both halves of the the / / \ ...:: a heartbreaking 14 to 13 score. _L ______ u_._"._ ...._ .
championship during ; 'me unpreuiciaoie uame, who
regular season schedule the Fliers : 4:
the locals
\ helped pour it on the
were the early choice to repeat "l; >\, ', : Touch Football Comets here in Octobe35 to 7,

their domination over softball op- 'Z. / was operating At full steam for

position In the northern sector of ..' .. Leagues Offer the Texas service team from 2000
the command. \ to 2215 Saturday night, and the .

Racing through the opening '. Thrills GaloreThe Fliers fought their hearts out In a
games of the post-season schedule,, ,. ,' ,,. losing cause. WJ) 'r.f
the Fliers were not halted until i
Tues-Thur. League of th v Next on the menu is the Fensa- I,
the strong Beaufort NAS team
managed to harness their Station Touch Football competition cola Navy eleven and it will be a
surge to thrllldgalore l NAS club that
( will
continues produce rebounding invade
with a 2 to 1 side-tracking at the
South Carolina diamond. This for players, coaches, and the West Florida city Saturday -

same Beaufort club stalled the the faithful spectators who line in search of its eighth victory. j

Filers efforts a second time with a the gridirons on the Mat athletic Pensacola's Goslins have ellsV ,
determined 1-0 scalping at the area to watch their teams in ac played improved form in recent

Powerplant diamond here. The tion-packed games. outings, but their record is only
only other mark which blots the I Not that the Wed-Fri. League so-so, and the Fliers will be top-

Jax impressive record is an all-in- doesn't .come up with topnotchtilts heavy favorites to win. Pensacola "

ning scoreless tie with Lee Field. but POW Guards have made bopped Gulfport Army twice, 20 J\

Even so, the Fliers' slashing at- such a rout of their quest for the to 7, and 26 to 7, while losing to 3!

tack carried them through eleven championship that the other teams Clemson, 7 to 6j; EFTC of Max-

triumphs in the 14 scheduled con- in the junior circuit have acknowl- well Field, 19 to 6j; and twice to
tests. edged the Guard's supremacy. Corpus Christi by 30 to 0 and 26 '

Begining the season six months A&R MFOTU, and T-4 are to 6 scores.

ago, Sax Elliot led the Fliers to the deadlocked for first place in the Three factors were instrumentalin

first-half championship of the senior league. Each club has regIstered the Fliers' initial defeat last I'

NAOTC league. Lt. George Barclay eleven victories, while suffering Saturdaythe breaks, a fast, hard

took over when Lt. Elliot was two defeats. hitting Corpus Christi eleven and
detached and duplicated his predecessor's The winner will be decided this the absence of Halfback Char ley

feat by capturing the I MZ week, and providing there shouldbe Hunsinger, the NAS eleven's ace

second-half crown. The Fliers be- 47 dt $ a tie, a play-off will determine ball carrier, who missed the tilt

came sole heirs to the title. POW Guard's opponent for the: because of an injury.

A post-season schedule was Commanding Officer's Play-offs to blocked q
The payoff was a placement -
drawn and Lt. Charley Gehrin- be staged on the Mat this morning
late In the last quarter that
ger was appointed skipper. When
prevented the local from gainIng : -
the former dis- i
Tiger great was
Team Won Loll a 14-14 tie. Trailing 14 to 7 '
missed to inactive status, Alf An- A"R n :2 t
with MX minutes<< remaining to !be
derson, another baseball bigleaguer MF01U II :2
played, the Filers put on a dazzling -
took over the helm. Anderson T. 11 :t iH
VPB T 6 aerial show to sweep 74
was in in charge when the
yards for a touchdown but the
Fliers notched their third, and last Main Guile I 11
Comets cracked the line
NAS to
crown this Publio Work 1 U .a.
year. block Fullback Tim- A/
Supply 0 u Charley
pppmpp p'p_____ .
-- -- and '
mops attempted plareklrk.
Last night at Fletcher's Res- Wm. G. Micklow, SpA)2c( ) and his 668-pound Tuna POW Team Guard Won JO Lost 1 that was. all.

oat < tBoathoviM Corpus drew first blood ui the
taurant the NAS Fliers soft-
I.1 ballers were to be honored at a Casual Fisherman Becomes 'EagerBeaver' VM 4 4 .n fiercely contested duel midway in ,;'t

given by the Physical Salvage g 7 the opening period on a plain, unadulterated r"
supper _
Training Department in theircompiled After break. A Corpus punt +s

"' ......!..... T"Vonlonx....... "'t'......"'.'" .."...,.,.v.'" ........ Landing Biff OneBy Tin rc rn nnUln bounding deep in NAS territory, ';
in the 1., v' 0.1 vv took a backward bounce, grazed ;
capturing Paul Crosby, SpASc( ) I the shoe of Flier blocker and was
NAOTC crown, and their masterful pounds for this particular type of 'o" a : '
The casual fishermanthe man tuna." Again, 14 to pounced upon by Guard A. C ':
play throughout the season ;
who delights in finding Knox :,
enjoymentand captain of the Comets, on '
claimed the reward. All Micklow commented that not The NAS Tigers, station colored
pleasure his
during spare I the NAS 14 yard line. At this crucial ,
players who participated vvtth hours by casting a line into the much has been said for the sport gridders, have been unable to moment, the Comets plunged '.

the Fliers. were invited, Chief drinkdoes not remain casual and few realize there is a high I shake defeat from their system for their initial first down on the '
Cox said.Infielders
long. At least, not long after he amount of interest shown in fish- and so suffered the fifth loss in Flier two yard line, and after two :\i
has landed his first big one." seven games played this season, plays gained a yard, Quarterback f
whose flashy play So it was with William G. Mick ing by the men on this station. and a second setback at the handsof Jim Youel sneaked over. .;).

around the bases enabled the Fliersto low SpA)2c, of the Physical The most natural place for the ad- Florida Normal, when they Fullback nay Borncman booted ,J'

o possess Vince an air-tight defense Training: Department venturous sport to set its roots, went down ll-O, at St. Augustine the extra point, the first of the two 1
were: Gorguze, John ,
Joe Brown, Bill Shanke, "Pappy"Allred Mick, as he is known around the the. Boathouse area is sprouting Saturday before the Teachers he made. '.. .

Bill Demars, and Tommy Station, hails from Philadelphiaand with fine angler Lt Comdr. Ed- lighter. but more aggressive eleven. The Fliers<< tame back tn drive '1.

Bishop. Outfielders included Fred has been a member of the police gar Surratt, Lt. Bond and Chief Coach Kier has 40 yards to the Texas 16, but .
..i Cox, Don Lesher, Lefty Elder, Joe force there for fourteen >'ears.He 'ihomas of the Boathouse lead the trouble getting his outfit having were htopp(>d. However, the nett :

i Trosper and Darrel Toby. Catchers is now on leave-of-absence. way over at the river side areas, lately. started time the locals got the ball. Halfback ,Y .
Especially the
It was just previous to his en- It is not all-Impor- Forbes slashed off
i Jonny Small and Harry, "The Irregular, then for Mick tant signal caller slot Bobby
1 f Hub" Wall played brilliant ball trance into the Navy that Mick low to smile bioaclly while he sends weak link in has provena. the right title of the line, cutback
his club The
i behind the plateWorkhorse landed his biggest catch and from his Boathouse and Docks and Ferries mentor is still burly and raced 45 yards to
then on the likeable Philadelphian classes hopeful, however linimon. Kick(
of the outfit, Bill through their daily and looks for score perfect<<
a reversal in
"Sambo" Sams was regarded as forgot about being "casual" when PT. Wouldn't he be anticipating with but two fffrm evened the count at 77.

one of the leading hurlers in the it-came to ,fishing. Off Wedgeport, the size of next week-end's catch 7 the schedule games remaining. on The Comets ale up a good partof

country. His uncanny "freeze" ball Nova Scotia, in Soldiers Rip, a Since Pearl Harbor, the annual The Tigers tackle the second quarter with an all-
whiffed batsmen in record-break natural feeding grounds for tuna, Tuna Tournament held early off in Jacksonville Waters out 70-yard march that went to

ing fashion_ addition, the mound the husky sportsman fought his the eastern seaboard has not been team this week, a the NAS five yard line. At this

i staff was supported by the capa victim nearly five hours before the staged But soon, tackle and boats weeks they ago. The lost college to, 13-6 eleven., three point, Corpus tried a flat pass to i)) t

ble "Speed" Elliot, McCreary and giant 668-pounder quivered in its will again be available and we're much was the right, and NAS End Tommy
stronger than
McGraw. final efforts to tear free of the sure Mick, the boys at the somewhat expected and Bishop snatched it out of the atmosphere

-Y hook. house. and all the fishermen Boat-// team. It upset will be the NAS colored to the dismay of 10000

Incidently, Mick tells of "the will be.dropping lines as of time, Kler asserts. different this partisan Corpus rooters.

Golfers Halve one that got\ away," after battling --- - -.-- 1 The Fliers pushed their oppo-

< <' With BeaufortJax nth the clever hours.sea creature for almost Cage Squad Is Rounding Into nentns third quarter around, but all the through Comets, who the

"It appeared all the life had played with Just as much spirit as

NAS golfers were held to a been flapped from this one when Condition 'the locals, halted every threat.

+ 6-6 tie by'Beaufort at the San Jose the thing slipped away. It must With Daily Drills A short punt gave the Comets a

have .
Golf around
Course last Wednesday after- weighed 800 pounds. '"' lIu L
golden chance early in the final
unny scrimmages have
noon. Mick admitted. "Not bad," he continued highlighted share of
the practice try-outs this shooting, has also occu- period when they took over on the
In the "when the world's
number record
one foursome pied '
week for the NAS Fliers NAS 37 :yard line. Three line plays
Jack and J. Smith catch tipped the beam'at 027 cage
Harvey deadInrberi -
,.. ___..__ with._n__ _T.f e._ _Tt. _TTVan._.. _.....If.'" T.f.. squad Working out on the Audi Geesman'In looking over his squad, gained five yards, and on foul and th
torium court, the thirty-odd agreed that height down: Borneman faded back
R. Cardinal. 15,1 to 1>/&. can- was
I didates should find decidedly at a cmacked Halfback R. J. Rushing'
I Court themselves in minimum The
Lt. Is
W. F. Rodne, all Station League '
l In excellent condition by the time the smaller men, stars from last year's I n the end zone for a touchdown.

champion the recently completed opening game turns up, Lt. Sterl- five, Joe Trosper and Bill Demars, LJornemnn'p place 1 hick! made I* l4to 1>,
golf tourney, and R. W,
Reynolds Postponed Week however
ing Geesman promised. will not be left alone if : 7,
defeated Sgi. J. Barak and ""Ward"
Sgt. R. Knopf, 3 to 0, in the number It was announced by Lt. E. G. I' "The to fellowshave got to be in and Sheffe, former Brown ace Twelve minute remained<< toho
play this fast-break typeof Harry Platt, tilts and a
two match. and jilajed at point
Van Bibber, Sports Program Di- Charley
I't ball used Long find
) today the their
Beaufort, with! Lt. (Jg) R. rector, that the Officers basketball appointed recently the lineup. way into great punt by Uornemaa groin
l' Schattman and Ens. E. D. Newland league has been set back a week. hoop mentor cautioned. f.:: it tho 1'Her five, and a 13i -
/ swinging lusty clubs, outdid L. Play was to han no posterity in a service Lt. Sheffe is the tallest man out 'iiaUy which cost the local "
begun yseterday, team .
these for
dajs A coach cant the team. He rises 63V' ,mavily ale sU prrrioutrihiiiic .t
Stewart and Lt. E. Whyte, 2'4-1'a, but, instead, will commence next above up
plan on sea-level
'\ in the third foursome. Wednesday, 21 November, developing material for i and in 21 years has add : *. Then starting from
I seasons to come. He must use ed a lithe 105 pounds to his their 26 'anl line the Flint
Lt. S. Epler and Wayne Burke Competition in the EM circuits big- '> ,
what fits him best at the boned frame.
bowed to Beaufort's Lt. F. A. Graham time A Ward will nntlntietl on 1'age Seen
will also be back
dropped and service' \ '
coach edly be
drop a man an asset to
and Lt. (jg) J. :Mc enamin,. gar Surratt, Lt Uondand Chief from his squad who would 'I moving --- --
be wel- style of
2 to 1, in the final match. ules on 28 November, one week be- comed by some college team. And, same con be said for undOUbt-f I THISVEEK'S I

Low score for the matches was hind the proposed date. again," he added, "coaches some- Platt, both standing I I MENU ,..1..
shot by Smith, Jax pro, who Games are to be staged at the times make mistakes and let good one inch. over TonIghtGRID Landon llijrlivs. I J.I
sthoked a 74, while Cardinal was Auditorium courts,. Lt. Van Bibber men ,
go. I Orlando
low for Beaufort with No schedule! has been at Municipal ftaJluin. f
his 76. stated. Uniforms for the games Drills have taken the :released: I I
A return engagement has been may be secured through the Wel- part of each practice, thus far yet, The but a top-notch lively campaign is Friday, 2000. R:>bsrt It:. le p/\ '
elated for Wednesday 14 November <<: '
fare fund'! allotted to cage
respective Ball
handlingpassing, catching have a"-l lII&htJ.., !
yr at the Savannah Golf Course units. tosses been' contacted for Tampa at' Municipal"
*nd.dribblingalong with tadlllln,
during ,the .
coming season<< I

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m _. _
1.IFj 1.- Bulletin

Bulletins mutt be submitted prior to IJ60 \ ) A
each Tuuda,. W 't

v '39 Lincoln Zephyr sedan 4-door. Built-
in radio. new motor ilx good tire. with
e .,.. tub ., new paint and excellent Interior.
IIr .lin. AM2c. Tel. Ext. 732.

; '1* Ford coupe, 4 new tirei, rebuilt engine
JJJ/ and generator Lt. (jg) W. S. ci
Nunn tilde s00. Ext. 8172.
Black and green '41 '74 overhead Har- 2
I* O O Ls ley-Davidson. chrome wheri) d luu. j
/ Can be seen at main tats or at 1C East
Church St. Call N. J. Low I'1.'Ext. 471 $W
EG int E it or 1-t9U after 4100. k)
y '38 Tudor Chevrolet sedan master deluie -
WINTER MONTHS model mechanically In !good{ erudition -
with t rood tlr... V. C. Tippie.
ACMM Ed. KISS or at 1140A Ksn- i
dulph St., NAS.

1-picce maroou Urine room suites till
Mohawk rug and pads S-piec breakfast
suite; high chair Sill run 1 throw
tutu child's table. I01JA 110th St.. net
Dewey Park.
) Pr.-war overstuffed davenport and two s< .ice
arm chair with slip cover, Windsor I -
chair two straight chairs, coffee table,
lour lamp metal cot with hair mattress
Ironing board all for $90. doll DundeeRd.
.. Lake Shore 2-1812.,

Net Team Downs I I FLIERS Newt/ Cap. complete, size. 7| suit blues .
i aizo 42 1 overcoat, .h. 42 i blue raincoat.
I sue 42.' Lt. (jg) It. A. tombellick. Uld,.

South CarolinaI I Continued From Page Six 710, Km. 111.. Ext. a51. n __. --. _.- 111' .., Jeii" _JA

took to the air desperation.. Matched dinette and living room furniture PUNCHING A TIME CLOCK for the last time on the nightshift

Squad 7 to 0 Quarterback Art Guepe passedto includes table and four chairs A&R employee is shown above last Friday night. When work

Halfback Vic Schwall for 13 \\elih shelves cupboard rugs ktudlu, lamps couch, occasions was resumed Tuesday all A&R workers, both service and civilian I IBy

In notching their eighth triumph yards and Schwall hit End War chairs and desk.. Lt. Arnold 'lemte, personnel, were on a day schedule with the 1530 to 2400 shift abol-
ren Giese for 24 yards. Then 49U Dundee Rd.. Ext. 8135. ished. t.1
: of the current season, the forceful :
shot a bullet toss which
v' NAS tennis team smashed the S-room house furnished or unfurnished,
Bishop took on the Corpus 12-yar convenient to NAS and city bus alto
Beaufort courtmen by an line and evaded two defenders to nursery and grammar schools. On paved Navy May Scrap
street and near shopping center by
score. Bishop made a great catch
overwhelming margin of 7 to 0
owner For information inquire at 1294 i
last Wednesday on the Brig courts, yards.on the play which covered 37 MacArthur St. 8 Old WarshipsSEASix

completely dominating the South But the final vital extra point, New 1-4 length fur coat, for dress and ( ) old battleships and
formal wear, size 14; man's Chesterfield
Carolina netters with their solid which the Fliers needed to remainin and white dress cost with black trousers two old carriers are proposed by

style of play, and handed the victims the undefeated ranks, was size II. Mrs. Joseph E. McKinney, Spro 11 VE I the Navy to be and
blocked by Halfback Don Samuel, 2-0252, 4<2S Tlmuquana Rd. scrapped, a
a second defeat in two weeks I! third carrier, the .
and the local eleven Enterprise, is
was unable to 1 baby crib, 1 training chair and 2 all
The home club worked flawlessly gain possession of the ball in the metal lawn chairs. Very ressonable. M. proposed as a naval relic.
three minutes in the M. Tanner 1717 A Riley Are.. Dewsy
throughout, enabling them to remaining Park or 174. I The battleships are the Arkansas -
win all but two of the matches in game. I
The Filer) were hit heavily by FOR RENT launched in 1911, the Texas
straight 8ets.Tuesday penalties. Nine assessmentswere 4-room house, 1 rooms completely furnished Ens. E. E. Manly. (W) and New York, launched in 1912;
(living room, kitchen and I bed-
Coach Epler's boys made on the local eleven, room), furniture available for person There were any number of little the Nevada, 1914; the Pennsylva

f were slated to match drives with totaling 75 >ards. Two others renting house S25S Hyrant Are., W..- "Snow Whites" in the WAVE nisi 1915 and the ..
Lee Field there. The Jax outfit were declined by Corpus. The connett, 4 miles from NAS. Area who were singing the "Hi 1917. Mississippi,

skinned the Leemen in the initial Comets were penalized 20 yards, Nine-room furnished home available in Ho! HI, Ho! It's Off to Work We
"a. ., ._ .. wor .....U.!. .l.. Aft__ IM .,.. .t_,..I__ Av ndale. Accommodates this The
.IV"" v w r. .01 V& sass.; .n .v a.avau.6 two couples Go! ditty all Tuesday morn carriers the Navy plans to
, Results of Beaufort matches: minutes for delaying the game. $150. Call Ext. 8275. Lieut. Smith. ing, but the melody Just didn't dispose of are the Saratoga

I Singles Corpus held the edge in first Navy officer's wife would like to share seem to have the eagerness that launched In 1925 ,
C. D. Nelson defeated Lt. (Jg) downs, 9 to 8, but the Fliers had home with couple on temporary duty. the Seven Dwarfs managed to,inject and the Ranger,

rl David Blitz, 7.:'), 6-2; Lt. Plattner the most yardage. NAS gained 150 No bate./ children.Phono 2-8U2.Mile and half from air into it in their rendition. launched In 1933. Secretary For-

defeated Lt. J. W. Nelson, 6.2,6-0; yards ruining and 109 passing Somehow those of us who started restal has asked President Tru-

., J. Burns defeated Lt. J. H. Spann compared to 137 yards on the WANTEDI the week-end on Friday afternoonat man's approval of the Navy
,;.. 6.1, 4-6 9-7; Joe Trosper defeatedLt ground and 47 In the air for the Small table radio in good condition, Lt. 1630 weren't quite as bright and to plan
(jg) b. C. AlUson Ext. 3311 or 815. preserve the Enterprise as
: Paul Moore. 6-1, 6-3, and A. Comets. Uldg. HOI. Rm. 212. shining as we wearily trudged offto a
" Berke defeated Lt. Comdr. Pettit, Among the stars for the Fliers the Job Tuesday a.m., with but symbol of the achievements and

6-1, 6-0. were Bishop, Guard Barney Me- I passengers to ride to Welt Coast by wonderful memories of a wonderful spirit of all naval units in the WI r.
Nov 10. Lt. S. W. Julian 7.7013. 1957
Doubles Garry, Tackle Ray Bray, andmany Roselle bt., Jax. 1-o-n-g-g weekend. Our evidence y
Fred Miller and Frank Floyd others. Samuel a' brilliant of such was the deeper sun-

defeated Lt. (Jg) Blitz and Lt. runner, was tops for the winners. Ride for S about people t* Nebraska, Iowa or tans on our faces and the deeper CatholicsContinued
Missouri Dec. (,
around the
:Moore, 6-1, 1-6, 6-4; and C. D. The lineups: first week of Dec. H. D.or Douglas, Sic. circles about our eyes and the

Nelson and Alex Stanek defeatedLt. NAS, Fliers p.o:,; Corpus Comet Kit 8118. question as to how we lived with from i'age
Nelson and nivnnp. airs jtnvensourn out the king-sized holidays in the One
Lt. Spann, 6-4, 6-2. and
. Wright LT Smith NATTCenter will
Ride from North Ehore, 45th St. Working serve as the
x McGarry LH (C) Knox hours 8:00 to 4tlO. Ext. 8>". S. J. Good Old Days. officers of the Mass, assisting
DubMlnskl us were
Bishop O'Hara as follows
Jones R(: Pmlicb : Deacons -
MarinesContinued Pray RT CoppGleu caught with the Dirty Duty man of Honor Chaplains
Grey gabardine trousers, 11-11 & blouneIS. R. E. H.
RE Ary T. J. Kiplry, Ext. 3t>3, Brks.! 807. aged to find a lot of rays of sunshine Grant and L. A, Hebert; Deacon
from Page One Gu.". OH YouolHunlon behind the rare and scattered ,
IH D..I. l Porto I Chaplain T. F. Glynn; Subdeacon,
O'Bannon Brown leather change containing
an intrepid clouds the week-end. The
group over
Alliup HI{ S"mu.1I"rnnls keys and button Reward for return to Chaplain T. P. McMahon; Masters
against the Barbary Pirates and !'B Borneman Betty Davis, Ext. 8960. Lost Tuesday, ""back yard" of the WAVE Area of Ceremonies, Chaplains J. J.
after numerous attacks and fierce Score l>y period dotted with sun-suited
NAS . . .. .7 fi 0 -.11 post.tire.Jobs was daily Finnegan and D. J, Strange.
fighting, the Fort of Derna was Corpus .. . .7 G 0 7---14 Sol-worshipers seeking solace for I The music of the Mass will be
captured and the Stars and Stripes Scoring:, NAS-Forbes, Bishop,: Corpui, the fact that they had stayed provided by St Edward's
floated over a fort of the Old TlunMnir, Vouel. Point utter touchdown,, aboard. The tennis and badminton Choir Chapel
NAS Timraons 1: Corpus, norncmnn, 2., "Go Begging" In under the direction of Sp
World for the first time in history. Substitutions NAS.OQuinn, Centoln, courts were SRO, with lines of (Wlc Paul L. Peltier.
Dowp through the years the Ma- Harrlion. Forbes, Boyter. fthwall: Peck, Many Parts 'Of Nation anxious athletes awaiting their
rines continued to add to their glo- Brown Tlmmons, Douglass KirkpatrlckWaller (SEAJobs turn at the ball or the binl. Someof Following General Communion
Trotter Corp -Ru h. are "going begging' at the Pontifical
Rapnci. ; -- Mass the
ry with deeds of heroism the sturdier souls even passedthe secondsannual
courage, "
lipps, Anderson HnitROtt. StrohmeyIT In
and bravery. In the War of 1812 .ng, Lawrence, Kaveniburr Felchner,, many parts of the couiv first tests for membership in NAS Communion Breakfast for

the sea-going Marines took part in Irnrnpton.Officlnls' try, according to a spot survey by the Polar Bear Club, by doing a Catholic service personnel
every important battle. After the ...Tracy (Tcxn A. & M.) ref. the National Industrial Council. few brisk lengths in the WAVE will be held' at 1100 in the Red
I ,
vree: QuIuli'T (1St. nonediet's) umpire Room of the Windsor
war they were still active in many Sinus (Texaiii: head; linesman, Pool; (Ar. Pittsburgh reports 16,292 Jobs pool.With olic WAVES Cath-
.a. lands flc-htlnfir Dirates. in the. Weal all the activity going on and nurses from
Indlesbdui-: g Flori- pen, Los Angeles 14029. Maine I.. T... ..oo" Ita a,I"I"lt" thorn. "HI NAS. NATTf- -nnrl- the 1M.....t IT--
Indians in -" -' &
complains that 76 cent of all to do." The pital will board buses on the
da, and our enemies in Sumatra kmCommunity per no dearth of "things station
Haiti and China where banditrywas I Industry is definitely handicappedby Armistice Day parade downtown to the which will take them directly
a plague. labor scarcity. Monday found a lot of WAVES on hotel in downtown Jackson-

")(an. of Montrzunia" Continued f 1l'age One the sidelines watching a lot of ville.

It was during the Mexican War I ian, $24 agn.nst $1923. I Other ripe lelds for Job-hunters other WAVES marching in review Guest of honor at the breakfast

when, under the command of Gen- 14 Go All Out I are Kansas, the glass plants of and each group has been will be the Most Reverend Gerald

eral Scott, the Marines captured The list of activities which con J I Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia heard to comment later that they pO'Hara.. other speakers will
Mexico City and saw the "Halls of envied the other. The circuit drewa include Capt. Lawrence It!, Brock
100 cent to the drive as well as the cities of High
Montezuma." The Civil War, the tributed per likely crowd from the barracksand regional chaplain of the Army's
Spanish-American War and World rose to 14 during the past week. Point, N. S., Hartford, Bristol and to date no official notice has' Fourth Service Command. Miss

War I saw the glorious deeds of Among them were Fire House No. New Britain, Conn.:, Indianapolis, been forthcoming as to the casualties Gertrude Murray, director of USO

the Marine' mount in many en- 3, Personnel Relations and Voca- and Lorain County, Ohio. incurred even though the I' National Catholic Community
spot. spaced far
units decorated I rtleflrripv were so Service Women's Division
gagements. Marine were Club
three times for conspicuous tional Training, Central Office (civilian jarha most of us felt that the Jacksonville, is general chairman

action at Chateau Thierry, the ), Emergency Repair DivisionA activity entailed in reaching them I in charge of arrangements for the

Meuse-Argonne and Alsne-Matnel'' ( & R), Public Information, Met was tantamount to a try-out as an event.
aerialist. No one we've heard of got
In World War I. al Division (A & R), Structures'A( I i
the wide
sick the usual lemonade blue
on pink
The glory-covered of the yonder. Miami and
Marine Corp history will pages have viv-I & R), Accessories (A & R), Assembly I cotton candy peanuts, pop-corn Ft. Lauderdale drew the majority

id new chapters when the final his- (A & R), Administration- I, I and cracker-Jack diet and none of on the east coast, and Tampa and

tory of World War Ills written. I Vocational-Production (A & R'I) | the splinters collected caused any St. Pete caught most of the west
considerable damage apparently.With coast visitors, while' '
Some of the never-to-be-forgotten civilian some 'of us
Disbursing ( ), Operations
names of Pearl Harbor Midway, all our sophistication we obviously wandered up the road a piece to ?.
and the Commissary Store. I haven't lost the enloyment Charleston and Atlanta. Sunday
Guam, Guadalcanal and the gal-
lant stand at WaIte Island will fill Quite a number of ," of the thrills of the Big' Top, it's and Monday a lot of us boarded

many pages of deeds, heroism and took advantage of contrlbutor"l I smells and sounds and sights and busses for a day's trip to Silver

courage beyond the line of duty. name the specific nil of us returned home weary but Springs, Daytona Beach or St.
r well-satisfied. Augustine.
of At the Ceorgla-Florida Everybody agreed,
The heartfelt thanks a na-
tion now at out to the cies they wished to have share in game: Saturday a lucky few ex- I however, that the luckiest gals

Marine Corp peace for their goes discipline, their contributions. Pet charitywas Petty Co-Eds in Navy Blue man were those who lived close enough

courage, genius, fighting record Hope Haven Hospital for aged to obtain the tickets and they to go home for their liberty, and
obligingly made up In volume for many were the homemade cakes
,. and victories which are unmatched Crippled: Children. Salvation Army their lack In numbers by screaming and cookies that have been passed
In history and respected throughout ran a close second, the Boy Scouts themselves hoarse for their about the barracks these
past few
the world. From all points in was third, and Catholic Charities, J adopted states' Alma Mater. nights.
the United States where Marines fourth. One contributor split his
Then of course there were thoseof Hum! Let's see! When i i.
are on duty to all the distant outposts Catholic Charities the
offering among
where the Stars and Stripes United China Relief, and Philippine /1 I wanted to ice how h* looked us who were lucky enough, to next holiday week-end? Better bemaking'
be eligible for .
a fortyandeiphtandbeyondtheeighty
ol uniform. : future
are'guarded by this Intrepid force, War Relief. His contribution out tense plans Insteadof
'" pass and off dwelling too long! on the past
Ahi'erica says "Well done. ( .one dollar! i we wont to all sorts of places In l""rfecUy




Eight CIVILIAN JAX NEWS NEWS 15 November, 1945

Civilian Address Communication Employees'to Editorial Offices News II Happy Hunting II I Ir !: 3o.p l1 ALIJES ply .

.Personnel Reletions'Office, Bide. 454 l>>, Box 21 es
Telephone EKtrntion 4SSTh

Civilian Employees News. two-pun section of the In: Air Nw. U d... r I y-
vottd to reporting the"news of the Naval' Air "1..liG"'. Civ.lmn Employees and I Il
II .1.Glllorfd b" the
Employee' : AllOClali" far (' Service Emplyees l lly Leola ,Jones\ !

Officers LAVE; YOU IIEAKD? . M. McDuftle. President Philip., D. ,Myer. Treasurer
tltriii, Cnnnaway, Lamar Scott, Supervisor of Post.
Diwuri ing Section celebrated his 25th
\ I"n..W1I' (G..n'\\) raw. w(PW) Wedding Anniversary last week
U. Kincsid. IU.\1 ((, ) The Contract Section,. Purchase
&. R' Kenneth M. () sSpK1ChHil ,)
' <( 1 .. E. Field (A R/ J\ honoring Lucille Slngletary and

t News Kti>..itmf StaffAssembly r bulls Kaplan who are. resigning.!

Bead R"\lorlor.and\ Repair. !.!. ..... .. ................. ...... .. .. .Euln Willin ;hnm r 1 ster The House't event took place; I'u at MacItenalais the Lob

Inspection Nand Reporter 1Jo.\'O rime\. .::. ..... .... .. ............ ..... ... ..H..n' M. Stron r very proud of her son, DonaLIT.

Public) Head Works Reporter. U.'parlm'lIt. .. .. .:.................. ... .. .. ... ... .... ElM M. Sh"n"hlin MacKenzie aboard the, MoMMlc Submarine a, member USS.

Supply Head ltepartmentc Reporter ... .. ... .. .:. ... ............... .. ... .. .. .. .. .1Y1Ia Jones Baya. which returned from combat -
duty in the Pacific to take

part In the Navy Day Celebrtalon
c." your gun down and on I wt.... crossing; fnet, lt on. at Port Washington Glad to
CIVILIAN OF THE WEEK (My. Never point a quit -cither ", .", b., of the party climb over see ClemtlneVh'M>e. back at
on purpose or acciel.ntally.t In.,. first without a qun. Mnd:! all gum work after an'absence necessitate,
14 Years Civil Service Veteran thing you do not with to thoot. B. ever to him btino sure to ..b,*<." by a tonsillectomy for her youn .

-- -------- sure of your tercet before you pull th. breech before hcadinq over Be lion. Ealeanor Kranfis rather
J. Flnley I the trigger Hindi vry quit .< if sure brrl and action are clear of excited these days for her son-in-
BeulahVise fly Barbara, Assistant to the! Civilians Give it were lo.dd. obstruction ..btfor shooting law Lynn Smith Pilot in the Air
Corps is due home any day now .
in the Supply Department
Chief, celebrated her fifth anniversary To War FundWith from overseas duty One of thIS .
girls in Receiver's Sectionis
at NAS on the first of No-I /
I receipts, from Assemblyand Llynft Theater; seems that her
Mrs. Wise's birthplace was Repair Public Works and the husband, Herbert "Hub" rle8ter.
Chester South Carolina but she 1 Civil Service! Employees Asocial CM2c phoned her from San Fran-
moved to Jacksonville the same I tion not as yet totaled in the final cisco saying that he would arrivein
with her family to establisha contributions the amounts received Jacksonville shortly. lie hu
year residence. I for the Community Chest War been overseas for three years .
long After graduating from the "Old, Fund are as follows: Executive Thelma Chalres is spending a week
Duval High School" in Jackson Department, $53; Inspection De- ) with her son Lt William Chaises,
I who has just returned from duty
ville she went to work as a stenographer partment $141.50. Communications
for the Eppinger Lumber 527 Disbursing Office $23.50, Ac- I overseas.
Company a position she held fOI counting Office $38.50, Personnel Built Crosier in spending her
five ;years. In the meantime she! Office $15 Personnel Relations vacation busily making prepare-:
married and later resigned her'1$16.50. Crew Disbursing $16.25, tllons for her daughter's wedding
position residing in Miami for Department $181.50, Trans 1I on Nov. 16 at the Riverside Christian -
mission $22.75 and Aviation Train J l Church. It Is also Wedding
veara. ing $24, making a total of $562. Bells for Alary Antoinette \\'$ ".
Most of the departments have -r" worth and A. i"rankra.\ Best of
faU"1" short of the total received luck and much happiness to you

last year, although two depart from all of us'! Virginia Morgan -
ments Personnel and Aviation .- ,;;.-"' has just returned-from a short
Training, are over their last year's Wr something briqM prf,. Never carry loaded gone in your vacation in New Orleans Louisiana -
mark. Eleven activities and departments *bly r.d-which will stand out in car N.v.r loot down the ", unl. of Visiting his mother Catherine
f es. in the Navy are also over wooded er.*.. N...., wear whit for your gun. Avoid horipl while II. Cot;, Is Henry It. Cox, Stet
-7 f"! Rai t'a last year's mark. hunting. Nvr tend up In a beet handling gum and<:J never. mix alcohol on leave from N.A.S, Quonset
When Assembly and Repair I to ihgot. Allow only on. hunter to / and gun powder Teach children Point, }'thodIsland.. Henry is joining
shoot from bait *t a tim. Never proper raipect for firearmi. Such after
atiaB : Public Works and the Civil Service the regular Navy having
Employees Associations' con- shoot *t hard flat turfictl such *i simple precautions at these will male served in USNR for some time .
1.ayye. 1 I rocks or at the surf.ce of the wtr. for happy hunting.
triutions are added the total I I'ullSurrl'n'y recently spent a
amount should be increase i wee -end with friends in Dayton
pa 'a over the present figure. II f Beach Glad to hear that Mia-
Any departments that may wish I nl,+ Wrlditn'H daughter is recuperating
to add further donations to bring so rapidly from her recent

.rtt. I their department's total up over Lieut. Chapman Heads illness An exciting event that
[ their present amount should do so -I happened the other day was when
1 Mr. XJornucli forgot Ann 1'air-

now'C.. __ CommitteeAt tlotli and Kelly Todd. were in the
Suggestion vault on third deck and l<)('keot

I GATE GOSSIP I them In. They were finally rescued,
by IleulahM| !
a meeting of the Beneficial'Suggestion Committeeheld
Kathryn I Stansberry ( Personnel 1 Clara is justly proud of
8 November 1915, the new chairman Lieut. Charles p.1 j Sper
Relations; resigned: last' week: after her nephew, Mark .Minis, who recently
Kesur.ied CareerIt : 32 months' service to join her Chapman, Personnel Relations Officer, who is replacing Lt. graduated from the Naval
was not long, after this hOW' 1 husband who has just returned to (jg) Paul Wetcher as Personnel Representative, presided) Reserve Midshipmen's School at
resumed her successful
that she '
ever the States from overseas duty with Lt. Comdr. Dexter D. Butterfield, the retiring Chair- Notre Dame. She received an invitation
With nine years' experience -
career. the Navy. The! have
in Civil Service, Mrs. WISf I, plans which include Stansberrys visits to Mis- man, still represents the Supply Department and( Lt. (jg) I didn't decide to attend until the about exercise the last but

applied for a position at NAS in souri, Minnesota and Madison Fla Henry E. White, Maintenance Officer from Public Works, minute that she was able to go.

July of 1940 and in November the of 1 Margarie Putnam (Bench was represented by Lt. (jg) Nathan Thomas. Lieut. Percy so all in the Purchase Group went
transferred to
the same Department year here from the 1 ficial Suggestions) Is spending her Tompkins of the Supply Department attended with Lt. Dmy- helping to make arrangements but
Supply evenings revising the newest and
I alas reservation not to Iw
a was
Lauriston :Moore Di-
Veterans Hospital in Bay Pines. guest observer.Lieut. ,
I youngest addition to the Putnam tryk as had so the trip had to b t called.
Florida, where she had held the I clan blonde, curly headed "..Am.I vision Officer, represented the Assembly and Repair: Division off; '

position Officer of for Secretary five to. the Sup-I I ber" cocker spaniel pet of her with his two investigators, Frank A. Zappacosta, CSP andG. Deepest sympathy and under-
ply years.It granddaughter "Honey" The -
was when the Veterans Bureau three handsome vanVia, ...! W. Twombley, ECM3c. standing i lit extended Nancy hall in
in Jacksonville combined with I 1 naval officers who--flashed.1 .a.through some :\uggpstlol' l'rocl's"I'dThe : -Schreiner- -----1 the recent death of her mother.

the Veterans Hospital in Bay Pines the offices of 450 last week I suggestions were presentedby at x _
e that she left Jacksonville to establish 'I brought out the wolf in the gals the Recorder Mrs. Margarie I process Remember present._ an idea is only of I While the U. S. was still at war,
her residence there. Putnam. Forty-five suggestionswere a of landlubbing bluejacket
facing the entrance. If looks could I value when signed and dt. group
Grow; with the following I posited'i their dislike for
Watched Supply howl the noise would have been processed Drop ideas In the were discussing
Mrs. Wise has watched Supply deafening. Nurse Pauline Lammers results: one additional reward two your ', ships boats all bodies of water_
vided from which will be forwarded
they -
/grow for five years and has contributed and nor recently discharged husband commendations to enlisted personnel by various commit- :i, each one trying to outdo the others
her efforts to its development I share the Florida sands for It cash awards two lettersof I tees to the Recorder your D.I in describing personal post-war
.-she started as a stenographer I California's Owen Taylor (Per- commendation to (civilians\ con I Putnam Box 22, Personnel Rela I i I plans to forget as much about th* .
in the correspondence pool sonnel Relations) is the obliging firmation of four citations and 22 tions. Mrs. Putnam will Navy as possible. Finally OM of
4 1 where she was promoted to secretary good looking fellow who carries the ejections. I you a receipt end start promptlysend I'I. the sailors gave hU version ant
to the First" Supply Officer gal's commissary groceries when Some of the reason why the your no one tried to top it.
,,, who, is now Rear Admiral T. Earle the bundles get too heavy Maybehis committee Is unable to make I: suggestion preferred through suggestions processing. be If I i,I lie said: "After the war I'm /going
awards are as follows: When a may : to of
Army base training gave him put a pair oars on my
Hipp.With the expansion of the correspondence the muscle (he's a returned veter. suggestion has been too long in I Send mailed In directly to and the ReCOrler.l.'I shoulders and start walking Inland

I section a supervisor an) but politeness like that is Inbred use (after six months it Is considered of those one award today checks! and the first place I come tt
was needed.--so Mrs. Wise was Peggy Bailey resignedher established procedure) : whena ., I' where people ask 'What are those
I x
chosen to assume this position post in Personnel Relations as suggestion is a duplication of a things ?' that's where I'm going,
along with her secretarial work.. editor of the Civilian pages of the previous award; when the suggest trt live aCunvaleseestn
Serving in this capacity for three Jax Air News. .she will make her ed idea was developed by a direct INSIDEPUBLIC
ana a half years with a thorough home in Boston with her husband, order: when a suggestion la too The1" '

ie+ knowledge of all clerical unctions Captain Bailey recently discharged expensive to develop; when the|i WORKS the Nurse warns,dangerouscases are those
tit Supply, she was promoted to her from the Army. He plans to enter suggested idea duplicates a com who almost well.
present position of Assistant tC' Harvard Business School Mrs. mercial product; or when the sug- ly Ft tlH'1 Sliuiialian are ..
the Chief Clerk with additional duo Gannaway received a gestor has a mistaken idea of tieresults. | The pride and joy of :Mr. MoMaluin : -- ----
tics as supervisor of the AdministratiVe from her brother Pilchard I (Elec > Geanie and Ginger i tween him and his kin Is too much
Division. merall, SLM3c, from Sum-I The Committee attempts to evaluate McMahon have had pups. ,Geanie distance l so, he Is ,doing away with
r Besides wqrklng at NAS, she Washington. Mr. Summer! has all suggestions in a fair and I had six and finger eIght cocker i! it. Mr. :Murray (Maintenance), Carpenter -
'does USO work at the Troop and just returned from a long servicein .Impartial manner. Although their I spaniels. The "Babies": have had ''I shop quarterman, has all
t Transit Lounge on Sundays and the Pacific and hopes to be home I decision is final, they will reopen I to have supplementary feeding!I the NATTC work __ all ono Hi;
maintains & home for her eleven- for the Christmas holidays via the any case upon request if sufficient, from bottles. .The litters, eight ;; happy family again qa he exprejcd -*'.
4. year-old son. Whenever she has Air Way A hearty welcome} to evidence Is offered to prove 'that blondes two, reds and four blacksare it. (
free time, she likes tl> read and Emily Andrews who has arrived their first decision was unfair. going to help tale Christmas I Pliil Kaplan| X2<::, formerly o{
y keep scrapbooks on poetry and from Pearl Harbor to join Personnel It Is interesting to note that out fund if (and this U 1 ,a big 10) the the Section, is, seeing the .
philosophy.Mrs. Relations Genevieve Knighthas of J09 citations made by the War Packard \transmission doesn't take world and as concrete proof seeds
Wise says she has practically joined the Interior Decorators' Production Committee of Washington all the profiler\ !I a postcard of himself in a rickshaw
'worn out a Ford car driving Club and spent the week-end practicing D. C., four were given to There are several Public Works' on the streets of Hong Kong.
/ IS' miles a day to work from Panama with a heavy paint brush. men at this activity. veterans due to return goon _I I Another letter from one more
f Park, but her enthusiasm for __ .x. __ Patent Rights | among them .!. C. Nettles, husbandof Ex-Public Works' man. Mr. Illnsliaw -
her vocation keeps "them" going. Appraisal The assessor must The Committee wishes to em- Betty Nettles (Maintenance) I II (Arch.) fells ;f the beauty of
have been astonished when the report phasize that in signing a Benefi I]I Nettles was in the P-l Divisionand I the States of Oregon, and Washington
Old Maid: "I an't decide betWeen came ,in.from the,t new appraiser cial Suggestion F was a suggestor I U now discharged. He is returning ( Quite a description .
'the divart. and the. arm, ,who has been sent to a does not give'up' patent) rights. In to work as II' lvllian carr I was alsp about fishing- and
( thaif.: home to apprais. thecontent fact, In nary cases the ,patent iarecommended'and 1 penter. Mr. I'.iyton ( Rise) resisne4, 1 hunting; puftthely rr.' kes you
1 Furniture CleVk' : '"You fcan't The, first item was: One; bottle gbtaingd'for? I the and leftfor, Sunny California to bf dipol to, afar of the variety ,et t
"" "k!' a mistake 'otl'ii nice bonrfdrt- of Scotch partly full" suggestor by, the Navy Department -I'with his slaughter and Krandchllr'dren. \ 'II gpme,. not formatting a; Rood solid
able chtfirlike this.'" II The secopdeitVm; "One revolvingTJuVkish ;. F qf'example Kenenth; ,Ells:$I He said, that} when person background: of vegetables and fiuit

'. Old Maid: Tit taJth: ,,' ?divan.1, ,;' ; rug, ,( .; ., of the Production Oltic ,anll.T. .Er gets pn, ,in, yearn! *, jCwjUnent ,be- to accompany the prizes 'Jj"O"tJ.Page .



15 November, 1945 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Nine



In behalf S P INS, we wish to extend our sincerest appreciation ,to all mem ...
__ ber of the staff In the CIVILIAN PA1KOLL OF THE MAIN


Reminiscing while, ve are taken back to V-J Day-.a that holds many memo Hen In the mind of every civilian on the
S I i ix Station. When the two day holiday was declared by President

Truman, all sorts! of plan were made by all to enjoy these two
la j K.

When the hurricane swept the East Coast of Florida, ve went
+. home at noon, iU we might be relieved of the possibility vf being
marooned at the Station for an Indefinite period. '

!L : When we had other holidays; enjoyed for the first time since

---? war seth'lIles.waft declared, we had long: week-end to plan trips' and other

To you, employee uf Civilian Payroll 01 Main Station DIsburaing -

Office, Time Division of Accounting Office, for your untiring
; work In making It possible for us to receive our checks on
time, we salute yoii5!!! It Is. while we were enjoying these advantages -
: that you were busy putting: in overtime and gettingour

checks ready for payday, which, since the commissioning, ot
\ the Station on the 15th October 1940, has never been late and in
I some instances ha beeu early
---- -- -
wish you lots cf luck in the
I and want you to know that
miss you.

.c '" Green of Progress is on
leave and is going North to
ELECTRIC friends and relatives Hope

1'1 Ity Ruby Mjers have a wonderful time.
back to '"v
our shop Paul
Looks like we
,)', former worker, before join-
changes In 712 this ;
the Navy. Nice to see you back
"other shift, one hour
% .
h and the magneto shop,
/ {'hl&d\\kk of the
gyro shop
Is moving into the I
on annual leave, Her broth-
from Motor Overhaul.
Alfred Merrill, of the
Army, is
our welcome to them
( home and we know that their
they like us all.
CIIKCKIMJ-IN= SUPPLIES: against the carle- way bill Sarah Heatherly (left) participates in an Kuby Mjers' brother is a pleasant one.
I important function of the Receiver's Section of the Supply Department. At right, Supply worker Bill has a 60 day leave and ,"'. Knapp of the gyro shop is
Andrews helps unload the express material. Sunday from San Pedro happy tnese days oecause her
-- --- i. Jimmy is out of uniform and
--- .
-- !
nia., HP ._" stationed there

INSPECTION PLANT ORDNANCE swain We're in glad the have I home had for anptner good.Ve .of those old-

fried chicken: dinners in
back with us after a
DEPARTMENTBy DIVISION Hy Teddy Lull illness Flonnie Argo shop at chow time the other .

Let's start our column this week k Friday. and we certainly did enjoy
Helm M. Stjron fly 1). Danshy by congratulating Shop 960 for Bob \\illiamt has a ,

A holiday, followlng-a weekendhas Our last week of night shift! has they recently received the Production bel'> in his family!! will be Interested to

been the chief topic of con Just about come to an end, and for E. We are proud of all of Frank Michael, born that our friend, Harold
some of us, it will be the close of I them for the work they did to receive ning. Congratulations, llang" !cheffer, of the In-
Three i
versation for the past week.
many happy memories shared by ]i this award. Department is now chief
days to use as one wishes is really j the group that arc on that shift, Moving? It sure looked like it INSTRUMENT rate, COM! Congratulations
something to discuss. It makes one I and the ones that have at different I around hop 934: and 960 this past Hy Virginia "' extend our deepest sympathy

realize that the war is really over! times served time on that shift. weekthe reason, of course: was We welcome back the family of'Carl A. Patter e

The next most important topic is I I It is also the last week for ntak- I to make room for e'er'one'on one "Jtlomlle Kramer," \ former Snapper. We have lost
ing coffee, and will that hurt us!!! I I told tTs about the grand friend and co-worker.
that all the Inspection personnel j Now we will have to get up mornings shift.What do you know! His "First had while on leave. -- .' -- --

ale now on one shift. No more and have our coffee before Love" has actually been realized. : you around again.
night shift, they hope. They al'pI working hours' instead of dept'nd-I We're speaking of course, of J. A. I Cilailjiooiltij. of the MACHINEDIVISION
really delighted! I ing on that god old cup of coffee' Karps, AMOSc and his love for engineering is out on annual leave and
Mr. John Flnenco, Mrs. }Flnenco the first thing in the 1110 I'I1lng. I He transferred from that she is enjoying
Our records show Ordnance the other to Waveiola penning. SI
that on the day. Sorry
and baby daughter are on a vacation
sick list we have Burton Reese", ,I see you go, but we know you are I I electrical department will Hy Myrtle Tinker
at Miami Beach\ Florida. I and Lloyd E. l'antpbell.'e hope happy. Also Lawrence Piper, Sic I I charged this week. We 11 a M.'... Tied Cair resigned
Nada S. Bjegovich, stenographer that they are both better and able has transferred to Personnel Sec miss her wonderful week. They are missed by
back I tion. We know likes book lots of luck to you in I many friend of the Machine
in the Interim-Emergency In.; to be : with us in the near lutuie. Larry '
( Also oll'the'aealion list are: keeping better than swinging a Congratulations to \\ i .
upcctlon office, has resigned her ('bailie mead Kinilie: P. CatII and hammer. Now, let's welcome two dred <>nibl<'li, AMMI3c( I C.oHlie's son, Arthur, is
position. Her husband, Louis, will Lorunce 'J'UI'llt'I' Hope that they new seamen 2c to our division. new rating; also to hUll I now after more than ,two
soon be discharged from the Navy, are catching plenty oi fish, and are They are: S. L. Ellsworth and F;. J. flcld AEMSc: and his overseas duty. He is up for
and they Will return to their for-!, at least thinking of us while theyare I Tovlnltte.I.t. occasion a new baby discharge this week.
mer home in MilwaukeeViscon / I Grit fin and Lena Smith I are sorry to hear that Kev:
such wonderful time.
having a L. J. La Crotv. left on Wed I
sin. I Unfits ''llioman, from the Air l nesday, 7th November, for a 15 I Mis. Butteifield with a of the Tool Section is out ill.
When you see cigars being passed Conditioning Shop has resignedand day leave at his home in New ing for the baby and \ i doctor has informed him that
around, you may know that l.s going into business for York. Lt. LaCroix hadn't met his quet of flowers from the have his tonsils removed.

there's a reason. Yes, the HarryD. self. Good i luck, Mr. Thomas. little daughter until he made the, the shop. luck, Rex!
him'j Helen hliiMuan of the would like to know what
Gabriels have a new daughter.Mr. One of the retaining trip. Service.'e mo-
: Gabriel is an Inspector in Engine working in the Electrical at took the state exam, the girls in shop 569 went to
Charles Button is now Sep
culture last week it show
Overhaul.The I who born ty Tuesday.'as a good
i )(11&1'1'& I'liiisljjn.iiit was to
aration Center. Sorry see you with flying colors, ?
enlisted in Manchester, N. H. and went into I
following men serving ,, go, but we've heard you mention state license I are glad to have Chief Ev
have received the Navy on 17 January, 1911.
; aa Inspectors that would like to come
Klbert Baby Damron, [ back with us after an enjoy
from the during He served overseas for 4 years receiving
discharges Navy a civilian and work with us. We received his discharge leave in North Carolina.
the past week: John J. Farinaccie, the Navy and Marine Ci hope you will!
Oscar H Cameron, Wallace C. : tation. He saw action in the
1'41'1 The Ordnance Shop was surprised -
Bjotke, Howard J. Paul, John LI cific where he lecelved; 3 by a short visit from their
Emch, Joseph J. Colgan, KennethJ. I stars, and also In the Medltt'rran-I former civilian supervisor, Seaman
Burnette, Charles F. Buxton, I ean, where he received more K. C. Copeland.II. .
Peter P. Delgado, Grover C. Hat stars. He served under Admiral I Thomav has been out ill fox
Mullbock Carl E King Halsey, and Kimmel. Mr. $
ton, Harold E. the past week. Others on the sick
Lindeman. and Joseph L. )[aga. It, Tousignant mauled a few weeks list are: Irene Man, Jay Bojles,
is very interesting to listen to ago, after his return to civilian life Lois llabh and riannville Martin.
their discussions! about the color and is now working in the Plant Hope to see you all back soon.
and style of their first Civilian Diviiion. We hope you like being
Dannie Hornsby left this week
, with us as much as we like having
suits. I tn l ln her husband, _Rill on -Nleman.AMO2c __I_n____.
"" JV'"
x I
you.What chief in the Plant Division who has receievd his discharge -

ELECTRICALDIVISION will have wedding bells ring fora from the Navy.
Wave that woilcs in the Chemical : Ah era Klrley recently handedin 11\'' Fauna Sue ) Oriel Williams has brought
Laboratory and himself in the her resignation. She had transferred High time to put the line of personalized station-
here a short time ago from to Jacksonville from 'way up
near future? We wish you both on one of our most Impol
'' She has a complete line of
the welding shop. at :-
Chief -
luck Frankappacos partments
Glad to see Ralph Aaron, Supervisor good and Olive II. Comino! France (iauldiii'- recently had which many of us have with clever headings which
In 8bJ:! back at \voikMioner ta I
Shop Christmas Come
tonsils lemoved. I gifts.
x her nted. I do believe it is ,
son'sillne"s gra 'I
than expected. l.ul'lIIt'"oollal'1II: brother was at this the paper __ come meet Miss
is much improved. Jap Jabs' Make Marines visiting Ordnance Shop the other I est place ever stopped to .

Juanila Mattlngly and Kdith: I Nap A NightmareThe day. He just arrived from overseas you many thousands of I but not least! Have you
Moody, both of shop 861, have i! and is awaiting his discharge civilian people trek in wondered as you "wander
turned in their resignation. Good' battle of Saipan was on Its front the Navy. Ship's Service every day i I \ Ship's Service, who does all

luck, gals, hate to see juu leave 'I last military legs ,for the Japs ,' ---"- week Have you ever given clever painting of signs, post-
It. I.. Slajer, Supervisor, Shop Mailne Sergeant William Wilkinson Ptsk, Ptsk, William! to the many young ladies I and those table centerpieces
f62: leaves this week for a vacation wearily dropped into the nearest I I English Teacher: "William what cloUsly and smilingly wait I for your interest, Informa

lucky fellow foxhole next to another exhausted I I are the two genders?" They are on their feet I and amusement? If you
I'lill lla/onrl has handed in his, Marine, already dreaming!, Bill: "Masculine and feminine.The untiringly) (or should I say ) ,t noticed them, by all means
resignation and ii opening a new I'' of home and a soft mattress.No I I feminine are divided into frigid all day to serve each i on your next trip through
gioceiy stoie. Best of luck to you sooner had Marine Wilkinson and torrid; and masculine into one of us. and I often i store. They have all been
in your new business, Phil!!! I dozed off than he was awakened !I i temperate and intempeiate." they c"an be so pleasant and placed there for a,pur
liiith Mason, "13" shift, has been by someone pulling his leg. bothered I II every day and all the I' by a very charming red- a. (
the I I knew that he hadn't gal who answers to the
out f n sick leave for several days. He swore and rolled over on He heartily give a vote of
Klialtlron was called on emergency other side. The same thing happened I I the other fellow, Several more ; their service to us. of Mary Patterson. Just a
leave to Waycioss, Ga.. again. Wilkinson was almost ,I times that night the same thing, around at the products of
where his father is seriously ill. mad but In respect to his exhausted happened and the two nearly came I Things have really labor would prevent a lot of
Hill McCranle, Sic, has been on body he protested with an I to blows .only the fact that they mlng at Ship's Service. It above foolishness, and I do

leave several days due to his sis- angry shout at his foxhole companion were both so dog-tlied kept them I long now before will the be foolishness. A sample of her
each other room and galley work is the
ter'a illness in Athens, Ga. to "cut the funny Bluff. from slugging cartoon on
Clara Merit ha* received word He slept again but not for The dawn's early light gave the business Hot soups, ) ten. Mary will undoubtedly
her husband is California bound. long. This time the sergeant was answer At their feet a scared Japl! and other tempting items with her art, and we
Good luck to you.; awakened by h!:. ,!neighbor!. : who soldier was buried up to his neck i served, and table and to b* able to see more of her
the comfort
The Electrical Shop 812. will be told him in ,firm times that If he in a hole The Nip had been only be placed j, at Ship's Service for many
under] the Accessories Division, didn't stop, waking hint, he'd bash too eager to surrender, but each patrons. Even high | and complimentary re-
and we )ave" enjoyed reading: your the noncom's face In with a rifle I time tie tugged at the legs of one available tor the juniors' have been coming in re
news Stella Roger will be the butt of the Americans the verbal fireworks accompanied by their ) ( I her work. More power to
iepoiter for'the Radio and Almost Came to Blows }f that followed frightened I A new feature and a ) Mary, and ket'pIP the good
Sh l'8-' Cable I Wilkinson) couldn't figure )tout him into keeping quiet. bfU'e been added to Ship's ,




Ten NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 15 November, 1945

5PL15HES fROm nATTC USO Entertainers Here Tonight I I

."... . .


WIL'I.'I'UF. WAVEreporting

No not all the tunes were of that
mood, for several of the ever-
faithful NATTC Jive hounds were
FKIIY AN: 1> SATUKIV_. AND THEN THERE WERE NONE aboard. Flowers for all the gals,
with Barry Fitzgerald, June Duprez, and Walter Huston: at 1300 and sweet and hot music for all and
2000. lots of babes for the fellas. A good
Note: Because of long Armistice Day week-end, balance of the time was had by all. Virginia Jones
schedule for the week was not available consult morning orders. marched In with a platoon of men,
really a belle of the ball. McGowan -
was on that red head's arm.
"Rusty" French attended with the
usual: one. Our WAVES were well
represented as were the girls from
Mainslde. Some one asked if it
.<' it was the usual ratio. "Natch"
$ .. might he the expected answer but
rL \ there were almost enough girls to
go around. The highlight of the

evening and "Def" the climax to a
perfect time was a duet "Till the
End of Time," sung by Meta Stro-
man, S2e, and Beety" J. Bleekman,
Phm3c, both NATTC WAVES. D.
; a Turnbull Introduced the number.No .
q she was not the Mistress of
\ Ceremonies. But maybe at the
next function. You had better be

Good-bye Jax hello civilian life
ban, SKD3c: now Mrs. Miller, and s
That U the theme of Lucille Ho-
Frances S. Schmdewolf, SKD3c,
both gills'! husbands: have received
their respective discharges and as
a result off to Memphis and New
Three Kelly Sinters
York go our frozen store store __ _. _
keepers Ann Kelln, M.' Butter-I --
qty G worth and C Boyer leave this Moonlight Melody Four Different

week for civilian days once moie. Classes Are To He
But do have SKD
we one new
aboard. She is D. Greenwood of J Theme Is PopularEven Offered At NATTC
Jersey whom we1 might calu the salt
of Bks. No. :51. Imagine being InI I Additional opportunities this
the NAVY foe 33 months. Dot wash I though there is a definite week were made available to men
in the second regiment at Hunter 1 decrease in the number of personnel in Ships Company of NATTC
the last group to venture to boot at NATTC, the attendance at through the Educational Services
school was Regiment 59. I the "Moonlight Melodies' Dance Office.

Baskteball Why can't we get a was perhaps larger than at pre Four diffreent high school subjects
lb team organized? Lt. (jg) Helen ceding NATTC dances are bing taught, live days a
Perry has consented to coach. Sailors, WAVES d.t! guests week, making it possible for personnel ,

___ ___ ____ There is a meeting tomorrow of all I gathered at the Auditorium in a to "freshen up" on courses
m" nm
the would-be NATTC NAVE basketball festive spirit. The music played by they already have had or to take
On the Screen atllrda---Jllne Duprez players. Come on out, gala! I the Separation Center Orchestrawas the work primarily. Upon completion -

Who Is this person who keeps 1 the highlight of the evening. | high school credits may bo
SPECIAL EVENTSAboard calling J. Kahle and wanting to Also very much enjoyed re the awarded.
see her every evening? Jeaaette I numerous decorations created by Although,; any one wanting to
blushes. But why? I Al Coleman, AEM3c and Kill Bar- join one of the classes was to have
I And Dickard keeps visiting the ron, member of AKI1: class E50 registered* prior to Monday, Lieut
lOMMir usa SHOW MONKEY SHINES, with six varied acts; Hospital on Mauiside. When is fiat! I The corsages made i oy-M B. Allen, V. H Aibicht, Educational Services
in Auditorium; at 1800 and 2000.FHIU.tY old: college chum of your's getting I Sic and Ruth Dole, Sic, were Officer said men would bet
FOOTBALL GAME, AEM School vs. Shop's Company up and around once more ? "It's! beautiful The souvenir folders allowed to enter the classes* as
Bombers, on NATTC Gridiron; at 1630. Been a Long, Long Time," since I were made at the NATTC Dupli- late as today.
SN'1MMlNG DAILY-INDOOR POOL; Recreational period for you two went out to paint the cating Shop and featured a photo- The schedule of classes and their
all Naval Personnel 1 and .heir guests: Monday through Friday1800 town. graph taken of one of the prrc-cd instructors follow:

to 2100; Saturday, 0900 to 1200, 1300 to 1700, and lath to 2100; Sunday And who doesn't. want to workin I ing dances.! WAVE Dorothy Turn- Physics 0815-0900 LIeut. (jg)
12.30 to iTcv, and 1SHHJ to :2100. Children must be accompanied by the Discharge Section of the bull made everyone feji at home: H. P. Jenkins, Jr.; Algebra, 09OO-
when she took .ver the microphoneas :
parents, Personnel Office when Marion Guy | AI.C. for the WAVES 1100, Lieut. George Adams; Plane
JH'MIC-Recreational rehearsal is receives from evening. Geometry. 1000-1100 Lieut. (jg)
room available to all hands: In a lovely gift a Chief Betty BleeRman and Meta Stro-
the Auditorium Band Room. Instruments may be procured from S. P. whom she helped ship out. men made their first appearanceon Helen Perry; and Bookkeeping,
Lantert, Musician Ic, daily from 16002100.tiOL Do ask B. Bleekman to read the NATTC stage when they 1300-1400.. Lieut J, Hanson.Returning .
*. STATION COL'ltsE.; Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to aloud, as only musical Betty can, I sang "Till the End of Time,' andit x.
Vets should
all personnel Clubs available at gear locker in NATTC Auditorium. some of Don Blanding's "Flori-I is hoped they will sine again remember
that fool fellowand
GOLF INSTRUCTION for NATTC personnel by R, W. Reynolds days." Do ask H. Leander to soon. girl"IIill" a
should remember three
SplA)2c 1,100 to 15JO.: (Special clashes for WAVES by appointment). play her knitting ability with diS-1 The NATTC Welfare Department -I things they: "If she looks young, she
Sign up at Shack trio of sweaters Do ask M.
and Dance Committee
t are probably isn't If she looks old,
11OsTE55 :iOLS: >E open dally from 1WO to 2100. Saturdays and line and M. Towers to have another responsible for the planning of the she probably I isn't. If she looks
Sundays trom 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted: personnel: and rela- 7 Nov. Do ask any questionsyou dances. Representatives from the back follow her." .
tives and.; guests. might wish and old Splashes I various divisions of the: station -------
will certainly come through with Join together to choose the name, valuables, arrange publicity, and
LIUKAKopen daily from 0800 to :21 some sort of a repertoire. Or have
theme, refreshments, decorations take care of other details at the
at Service
daily from
Maps 1200 to JOJO. heard
you the latest scuttlebutt? program, and special features. dance. The present committee,
Ashore/ ATTENTION r Were you at Lar-I ,They also act as hosts and hostesses -. headed by Thomas 1... Landers,
t'tMitinueJ on Page Twelve serve iefreshments, check E03 can be'proud of their efforts.
The Episcopal Army and Navy Center, corner of Church and ---- -- -- --- --- -- n_____ .. I
Market Streets, sponsors a dance every Saturday night from 2030 to
2.1.JO. Junior hostesses will be in charge and all enlisted personnel are
+ invited. I WHEN WILL I G wiD'SEOigC

S UM>.\\-Tnp to Silver Spnngs fur all NATTC personnel and L r S)
guests.: Tickets: $.i.s3 round trip. Bus leaves at 08.JO from circle outside I HOURS:
Main Gate. Leaves Silver Springs at 1800. Special rates for POPCORN
servicemen and women at Silver Springs %? 093o-laoo 0
I wy
leave at frequent intervals l ?
trom Union Bus Station corner Bay and Hogan Streets." Surf bathing TNT 5K
and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches." Bus SOW !t rUV Y CIGARETTES INFO R MA'f l oN '
fare 23c.NAM. I CAN 'CET FOR .< r
MOTHER'S HOSTESS IIOL'sK, 101 East Church Street. I

Uso CENTERS; at 122: West Forsyth Street; above Blinding Bus
Station; Church/ and Newnan Street; 311 West Duval Street. USO OQl
.. WOMEN DIVISION: at 44 West Monroe Street. I 1GK '1 $$Q'F

: CANOEING: KISIIINO: AMJ BOATING Cedar River on San I RE ep -\1P v .

Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last. :stop on I """
San Juan. Row Boats>--two hours, 50c; canoes-Jl.OO per hour; motor'

boats-.$2,00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. (SHY 00N7 Y0U SE43'c" o

nue and Lakeshore Blvd. $1.00 per hour for two hours; $1.M per one L '

-hour! groups ot eight or ten--$1.00- for two hours. HYDE- -PARK- ,

"Monkey Shines" build distinctive variety, while
.. ..' girls good looking and talented
Is USO Show Here beyond the ordinary offer some
ace song and: dance number
At Auditorium"Monkey The shove includes Ed and Terry Sr

Shines," a musicomedysent I Wilser in a trumpet musical act;
out by USO-Camp shows will Leon Navarro, master of ceremonies -
play at the NATTC Auditorium today comedian; The Three Kelly
{ at 1300 and: 20iW. Sisters, a harmony trio; Barr and
A rollicking combination of comedy j'I Estes, in a comedy dance duo; .
singing, and dancing with Earle Kaydettes, dance line; and ? EN
Sy Nathan, pianist and musical ?? o
novel twists" in the st.ft'ciaUy acts b
make the show a "good bill of di- I conchictor: R tAL, oy ;'
verUseroent," advance notices say x E,5tHE 6 C HEN W 5 {11ERCHH
Cleverly paced by the M.C, who [I Hear about the optician's diugti- ,
also doubles in 'an act of Ms own, 'ter? Well, two glasses slit she
performers In the novelty numbers made a spectacle af h-iiHf See Story NATTC Uvlliaa News, 1'agd' ItPage i
4 ....


15 November, 1945 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION t
Page Eleve>

I These Did "Moonlight Melodies" Century Mark Is New School At NATTC .1

f4.:} I _____m _

Passed in 'Week'sSeparations

iJ .


.tn Continuing to function effective

ly, the Discharge Section of NAT

)) TC Personnel Department last
week moved more than 100 men

and Waves from this training center

to separation posts throughoutthe :, a
country. Lieut. Clarence Bean w hy

is the Officer-in-Charge\ of the sec-

tion and he is assisted by Lieut

A (jg) Mary Lou Van Aerna'm,
1 :
.s a Below are those who left NAT 4 aa
TC last week:

To Toledo: Eugene E. Wehrle,

AFClc; George W. Wilcox, AOM

T3c, and John L. Baxter, AEM3c.
To Norman: Russell L. Radke ;

: AMMlc: and Norman H. \\'estellison -
SClc. Here are tnllI \\M of (tie new
:i 1 Link Trainer MaintenanceCourse ; <
\ I To Great Lakes: Dorothy W.
being at Natal
: Fife, I'hM3c; Ida A. Holland, i
HAle, Mary I. Stratton. Sic; 'enter'he /

Frank A. Talbot, Jr., CSKV; Al-
) : factory are made part of the
bert O. Schulz. AFC2c; Archel R. .
equipment with \\hick, advanced
1ff! Logsdon, A E M 2 c; Donald R.
Iotu ll'ntll11I be
<< taught/ trainer
Meyer AFC2c: Francis O. Birner. |, maintenance here.
Top phottshoxvs
AEM3c; and Albert P. Pt-savento,
one nf the clas<*roorni in
the school and in foreground,
To New York: Vivian F.
t) Ingalls right, is Lieut. K. :S.; Klages: ,
xr : Sic: and Mary Rose Love, HAlc. Offlcer-ln-Charge of the school.
To Boston: Charles B. Peck,
a R'w At right can he seen !some of the
SKVlc and Erland Van
A. Eck,
AEMlc.To i I>tlltl'nt"orkinj{ on the Intricate -
equipment which goes into
Norfolk: Allen R. Mercer, the Link Trainers
------ -
To New Orleans: Marcus Purs-

well), AMMlc; Earl H. Hunter, Newest Link

AFClc; and James E. Quattle-,

Above* are members of the I baum To Sampson AEM3c. : Joseph F. Herman ,I Now At NATTC

committee responsible for arranging AOM2c; and Michael Belicky, 1 :, : L :? n
and staging the dance The newest Link Trainer available -
last Thursday in the XATTC To Camp Wallace,; Thornton C. can be found in the new Advanced I --- -----

Auditorium at which the Personnel I Larimer, AOM2o. j I Maintenance Course, inI I LongWeekend Is
To San Francisco: Letha N. Kel-
Separation Center' Orcliistra Link Instrument Trainer just established -
r logg, SpR)2c( ) ; Mary V. Stone, Phi I Enjoyed At NATTCA
via I ;y r d. Committee i in Building 411, NATTC '
member are, first) row: Ruth 'Mac; and Virginia M. Walle, Sic. under the direction nf Lt. K. S. Sunday Armistice

Dale, :Sic;) ; BettyIt'aclll": ", :Sic; ; I To Memphis: James R. Myers, Klages and his assistant, Chief'I NATTC personnel Day with provided a long

O. J. Shelby, AK.MIe: ; M. II. Allen AEM3c; Charlie M. West, Sic; Warrant Machinist Larson. week-end last week. Those not

:Sic; ; and W. T. 1'ld.c.'It2c':; ; Robert E. Roden, S2c; and LucilleK. This new model provides for advanced caught with the duty or the down-
Hoban SKD3c.
middle row : Joseph I.lIr31.2c'l :; ; I operational training, I town parade had from early Satur-
Miriam Ilrooks ; Thomas To Terminal Island: Frank J'I whereas the older models were primarily -
:spS)3( ) ; I Cruz i day morning until Tuesday morn-
lenders S'ic; J. K, Shaker, for basic training. All con +
To Minneapolis: Leonard A. I trols found in heavy, ing.To
single engine -
:S2c Turnbtill
; Dorothy; SpKlc( ) ;
Grones, AEM3c Bert F. Hemm many, the week-end meant
; aircraft are found in this ,
and L. S2c I
llarley, ; top' row: the last
AEM3c; and Raymond S. Bird, newest Link; wing flaps', landing I opportunity to see partsof
..lNjTTCefl J. I' Ile'langy. :S2c; Betty Caves, ] Florida which hadn't
Sc3c. they seen.They'll .
I gear, oil gauges, carburetor, and
Sic; and J. McNally, Sic. The I
I To Shoemaker: Albeit R. Coch- cowl flaps. It combines SNJ and be separating in the near
group| worked with the Welfare future and wanted to have .
ran, AFC2c.To aircraft characteristics some
Department, sponsor nf, the I Bremerton: Bernard I. Mather I Lt. Klagt-s explained that this 1 tales of Florida's beauties and attractions -
dance, in making the arrangement AFClc. to take home with them,
mechanism is twice as
I complicatedas
". At left are Ik>tty Kleeknittii I
----- --- --- ----------
To Jacksonville'infred\ : W. the Links used.
I'h.MSc: and Meta Stromen, previous SADIe J. C. Wilkinson, SADIe,
Taylor, SKVSc Charles I. Elliott SAD Artificer and Devices
; (
S'?c'. Illeckman. IN in the Dental I Special Neal \\', Morrison, SADlc, P. F.
AEM3c; John Wilfong, AOM2c ) personnel will be trained in
Section of I the NATTC Dispensary ; I' Hood, SADIe, P. V. Zline, SADIe,
Frank M. Smutko, AOM2c this school to maintain these Linkson
and Slromen IH In the Personnel ; Philip E. A. Mosiman, SAD2c, J. D. Armstrong -
E. Sutton, SKVlc; Gerald L. Sit- stations where they will be used I
Department. They delighted SAD2c, L. C. Blackwood,
ton SKV2c; Albeit H. Riggs, AEM to check pilots out on advanced
the audience, giving with SAD2c, A. J. Esterhay, SAD2c,
Ic Wilson M. Read AEMlc Leslie operational I
; ; training.
the voice. and T. A. George, SAU2c.entering .
F. Rose, AEMlc. ; Alton S.,!,er-I They contain a new device;I which: I
The Tequirements fur >auRents
kips', AF Clc, \\ illiam r*. v/l *OJl- Is nicknamed theAVE Elrminator I :
nell, AOM2c; Robert T. Monahan, ," an installed automatic ra- the course are that theybe
AOM2c; Harold A. Killelea\ PhM dio range which eliminates the :,{ a graduate of the Special Device -

I I Ic; Robert W. Henderson, AFClc; 'need for constant attendance at School at University of Chicago -
Eugene S. Harding. AFClc. I' the desk. Thus the SpT <(< \\'AVE) and be able to perform rou-

I Abraham Gelfand, SpT)2c( ) ; t operator need not spend the entire tine 50 hour check on a Link

Gale L. Ferris, CSpA( ) ; Russell ; time i of the flight at the control. Trainer.
'SHIPS. H. Emick. SpXi3c( ; Brantley J. desk. I The school at the present timeis

Dillon, AFC2c; Charles G. Dedmon, I Eleven instructors were transferred on a temporary teaching basis

SpA( /12c; Raymond C. Corum, from the Naval Training until the construction is completedand

AEMlc; Commodore V. Collins, School, Special Devices, University all the Links set up. Eight
COMPANY PROFILES AMMlc; Russell E. Christman, of Chicago They are: C. Bachmann men will be admitted a week for

'AOM2c; Murray D. Carmichael, I SADlc, C. H. Wilford, training in the seven week course.
SKV2c; Walter B, Burgs, AEMlc;

What people :you meet around Morris B. Brewer, AOM3c; Wil- : In The Record-Snug Harbor Before .

this place! Take Dan Ferezan, that bur R. Bobo, BM2c::; Cletus A. Billet _
Staff Sergeant who hangs around Ptr3c; Raymond L. A)'nrs, a '

the Marine QM office he's been SpAi2c( ; Ralph G. Hussman, S2c; aJLlia.1'

at NATTC a long time yea, along Ralph Thompson, SKV2c: John uK w

two years.Ferezan Onofrio. AFC3c.
c was the first basemanon I Floyd C. Duncan, AEM2c; New

the NATTC baseball team this ell D. Taylor MaM2c: Edward F.

year. He may not have made any 1 Ertz AOMTlc; John C. Shull,
thrilling last inning runs with the AOM2c; Charles W. Nurnberg.i ,
) bases loaded_ but he's the hero! i AOM3c; David G, Lett. AOMT2c;

He'll long be lememberecl as the Donald E. Heagney, S2c; DonaldF.

.Rback,cant one who toiled flat fin.. his Carlin AEM2c; Carl E. Hutchinson -

to remove AFClc; Norman S. Eerko-
fly John KUhWiirg, AI2M3::
the brick lodged witz, AEMlc; Paul S. Nice AEM
Bill Stoffers came to work} the between the Ic; Verne K. Elliott. SlcAOM(

look--A'ngr tires on the rear Edward R. Clayton, AOM3c: JohnH.
of the bus that Erwin. AFC3c; Ellsworth E
.l't ''as\though he didn't duck fastI' impeded theteam's Grose, AEMlc; Emmett F. Mize
.1 /i iough. His explanation for the Injury progressto AEMlc; Freddie G. Gruemmer

) is novel to say the least not Avon Park, AEM2c; Herman J. Winger. AOM L

'I' I, 'very convincing but certainly dif- The team also Ic; Milton L. Hill, AOMT2c.

,' ferent. He says that someone (he remembers him John S. Miller AOM2c. JosephP.

,won.t say who) threw a roll oftransparent as the one who >a Devine, ACMM; Gordon G.
,?\ scotch tape at him instigated such Kurtis, AEMlc; Alfred M. CAsey.

*v ". yrhtch caught him in the forehead escapades a s ?c > AOMlc; Ronald .C. Vorhies AEM

Just above the right eye. He's not me pilfering of Srl. Fere/an Ic; Oscar E. Babenzien, AMlc:

angry though. "It was an accident ice-cold watermelons in Lake Ctly. Jules V. Marcy, ACMEM; Bernard

," he says. The guy: d.dn't In I He's scheduled to play on the M. Flanagan AFClc; Joseph C

tend to hurt him. Well, that may, NATTC baIl1etballtE'am and when Iannuzzi AEM3c; Dalton L. Wilson -

be. but It's not without the realm the season Opens :3:I December with AOMlc; Joseph S. Constan-

of possibility that some l'UY'ill; out the game against: Camp Blandin I tino. AOMlc; Donald P. Balhnger. t _II

to spoil the symmetry of Bill's his traveling!will start once again! ', CSKV; James S. Ward, AOMlc. """
"pretty puss.' Don't get me For those(interested in vital statistics Chester p Plonka, AEM2c; ByronA.
I'm not saying that's the WrOng'j : Fereban is 6'2V tall and'' Brown. EMlc; Cecil F. Estes.,

just saying it's possible. 22's years old. His wife is now li\'- I i AFC3c, and Verle R. Helterbran,

the Stoffers lad in an amiable sort ing in Elwood, Pa., and Dan expects AOEM.
-- '
of a guy and always conducts himself a very precious gift from herat I __ LJ--- Mabe 3'ou''e-n wondering about all the activity and reconstruction -

as becoming any selfrespecting Christmas time. His home town, The most egotistical sailor we taking place over at Ship's Service (Times Square clf

"wolf." and where his parents are now living know is the one who, on returning NATTC) it's Snug Harbor. It'* the new nautical haven for

Speaking of Stoffers, he, Al is Aliquippa, Pennsylvania from foreign duty and seeing the personnel ulio would like to enjoy that "extra" snack In comfort

Coleman and Tom Bruce were tak- (Quite a name. Dan says it is Statue of Liberty as his ship entered There will be tables and chairs where you can drink a milkshake and

ing on a bit of nourishment and named after an Indian princess). New York Harbor, remarked enjoy a hot-dog or hamburger In comparative privacy and comfort.

stuff a few nights ago at Larry's, He was captain of his high school : "Put your torth 'down, honey, According to 1-t. Conulr. John I). ,,1'atterson Ship's :Service; Officer,
the "Swabby's Hangout. Stoffers basketball team in his senior year I'm home!" Snug Harbor will open about 20 November. It depends on : the

opotted Bosun 1st, Augustine "the In Aliquippa. Likes all sports, but x a arrival of material and the completion! of the l'on'lrllr1l00, Hut in

Angel" Butcher coming In the door claims he doesn't dance or swim; Definition of anSP; Talent the picture above, you ran see that progress In being made, and. that

Continued on Pace Twelve Continued on Pare Twelve scout for the Brig. work l least cviui'Mdy stalemated.

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Page Twelve NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 15 November, 1945OfficerinCharge

I Fernandina Bows Turrets Chalk Up AEM Wins Its First-From Fernandina 1

Of New Aviation To Strong AEM One-Sided 19-2

School Here Named I Friday By 19-6 : Over The BombersOvercoming i -

Playing headsup ball-by far an early twopointlead
Lt. Comdr. C E. Anderson, Of ,
ficer-in-Charge of the new Naval their best of the season-the AEM the NATTC Turret School
School eleven dished up a decisive football eleven marched to its most
Training School (Aviation Fundamentals I
), has returned to duty at I victory here last Friday over the one-sided scoring: ,of the current tl""
Jacksonville after an absence ofalmost I Fernandina Naval Gunnery School season last week to down the
j eleven 19-6. It was AEM's first Ship's Company Bombers, 19-2.

victory of the season, but does not The Bombers picked up their .,.,...-...., --
affect their bottom-of-the-ladder, lone score just after the Turrets
no-win standing in the NATTC had held them on the half-yard
intramural league stripe on downs and had taken
It was revenge, in a way, for over the ball. The Bombers hada
the NATTC team since Fernandinathe first down on the three-yard line t
previous Sunday had defeatedthe but the students came up with
Turret School team here 7-6. masterful defense to keep the ball "

I AEM picked up the lead on the from going over. Bowers faded
kickoff, but by the end of the half back to kick out of the danger ter-
was tied up 6-6 with the visitors. ritory, but stepped beyond the end
The students received the kickoff zone, giving the Bombers an au- .,-i .
on their 20, and Buckmaster returned tomatic safety. .
i it to the 40. A number of The Bombers recovered a fum-
ground plays and two completed 'ble in mid-field a few plays later
passes, Buckmaster to Schebe and and a pass, Hawkins to Vargo :.
Thacker to Sheppard, netted four netted nine. Turrets' Halfback La-
first downs taking the ball downto Hullier was in on the next play,
the visitors' nine-yard line. Halfback however and intercepted the passon
Buckmaster, a newcomer to the Bombers' 40-yard stripe
the AEM lineup, picked up six and going the entire distance for a The AEM School eleven came through last Friday to score their
Halfback Thacker went wide' touchdown. The attempted kick I first victory of the season, gaining an unquestioned 19-6 win from \
A around his right end for the tally. I was no good. the Fernandina Naval Gunnery School. Top picture shows the vlsl- I:J
a The attempted kick was blocked. tors' fullback Tony Santoro, getting off a fast kirk. In foreground,
two years :Mr. Anderson The second period had barely The second touchdown came left are AEM's Left End Sheppard (number 75)), Left Tackle Snyder;
was on duty here in April 1942 started when the visitors gatheredup with ease. Left End Baltich re (number 65)), and Left Half Thacker (number 56)). At right (num-
when NATTC was called "Trade their one and only score of the covered a Bomber fumble on theShip's ber 73)) is Center and Team Captain for the game Caccimisi (num-
Schools." Among the "oldtimers"Mho received Company 13-yard marker. ber 73)). Lower picture shows Fernnmllna's Itlght End Schwartz
game. They a punt on
Two ground plays netted half the
have been here since that time reaching high for a pats and closing In are Snyder and Sheppard.
the AEM 30-yard stripe, then
required distance and then Quarterback .. ._
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Lt. Comdrs. Patterson How-
are gained a yard through the line.
Foster tossed to Full-
ell, Gresimer, and Eppert, and I
Tony Santoro faded back to the back Lastoski who went over the NewsreelContinued Profiles
Lieut. Donovan. For two years 40-yard line spotted Left Halfback
goal line This time, Foster's kick
Lt. Comdr. Anderson was attachedto Grayson heading for a corner of was good. From Page Eleven I, Continued From I'age Eleven
the AMM School, which at that the field, and hurled the oval to The third touchdown came mid- and started a loud tirade againstall except in his own individual man-
time had a complement of 4,200
men. him where he caught it on the two- way of the final period after Half- BM's as a group and against ner. (Everything he does seems to
yard stripe to go on over stand- back LaHullier had recovered a "the Angel" in particular. Of course be in an individual manner),
Since leaving Jacksonville, he ing up. Tackle Gould's placekick Bomber fumble on the Bombers' he was only kiddingtrying to I Besides developing his gin rum-
has had duty at Hutchinson, Kansas for the extra point looked like it The Bombers' did.
14-yaru stripe. Cen- get "Butch's" goat. lIe "TheAngel" my technique since joining the
and NAS, Minneapolis, Min. would be good but veered to the ter Kinsey ducked through fast is mighty proud of his rate I Marine Corps he has dealt with
He just came from Tongue Point, left, hitting' the vertical standardand to throw the Turrets for a seen I (he's regular Navy) and he retali- the Quartermaster Department,
Oregon, where he was Superintendent bouncing back. That made it I yard loss, but that wasn't enough, ated in like manner. Pretty soon 'ordering supplies and accountingfor
of Training with additional six all up to the half. II LaHullier faked a pass, then ran though after about the 14th or those on hand. He's the man
duty as Assistant Officer in Charge The NATTC students wasted wide the 20 yards between him 15th round, all was forgotten the Marines can blame for wrong
of the schools there. The men little time when the second half and the goal line for the counter. submerged, I should say, in the sizes but you can't say he doesn't
were trained at Tongue Point for opened to put the game on ice. The game ended shortly after mellow glow of comradeship or try; he ordered one pair of size
.. highly technical maintenance as They scored two touchdowns and that. something. fourteen shoes for one of the stu-
members of a PBM crew. an extra point before the third The starting lineups: CHIT CHAT from here and dents. At one time there were
Jacksonville is Lieut. Comdr. ten-minute period was half over. Turret Pos Bombers there: The AEM football games 5,000 Marines to take care of, now
Anderson's home. He was con Buckmaster blocked a Fernan- Harris LE Corbett hold a special significance for Vel- there are but 40.
nected with the Public School System dina kick near the 40-yard marker Bowers LT Heller ma Grammentz, Dee Allen and Ma- His answer to "what do jjpu ex-
here before entering the service and the 1 fc-11:: bounced back toward Silwanowicz LG Welch rie Cleghorn (WAVES all) pect to do after the war?" was a
He is a graduate of the University the Fernandina goal. Left End Moore C Kinsey They tell me that Don Gifford puta typical one; "Just lay around and
of Florida where he majored Sheppard dropped on it on the 25- O'Roark RG Salter blade in his razor the last time watch my youngsters grow"
in Education. yard stripe. Three plays netted Chamness RT Byers he shaved. There's no question Y
The new training course which 13 yards and a first on the 12-yard Baltich RE Sines about it because he cut himself. Two Representing
Mr. Anderson heads will open 1 marker. Thacker gained three Foster QB Vargo (We're only kidding, Don) .
December, with an eventual student through the line, Crump picked up LaHullier LH CanterL:rry When Bert Hemm left for home NATTC In Christmas
load of 2,000 men. One hundred three more, and Schum slipped I White RH Hawkins last week after his discharge the
students a week will enter through center for the remaining Lastoskl FB Wagner guys and gals in the Visual Aids Party ProgramNaval
the school, coming direct from boot distance. He went through center Officials Referee, Muir; umpire, Department presented him with a Air Technical Training
camp. The purpose of the school again for the extra point. I Kelly; head linesman, Loper, cartoon caricature of himself depicting Center is represented on a station-
will be to provide all prospective -....- I his pants hanging precari- wide Christmas Party committee
The next touchdown followed
aviation personnel with the necessary A corpsman gazed admiringlyat ously at half mast. He always named last week to make arrange-
additional background to immediately. AEM kicked off to the beautiful dress of the lead- wore them that way and took a lot ments for the annual party given
thoroughly comprehend Class "A" the trailing Gunnery students and ing chorine. of ribbing for it, too. He com- for children of enlisted personnel.
School instruction. the ball went into the end zone- "Who made her dress*" he ask- I mented, "hI don't wear my Mrs. Ford N. Taylor, wife of the .
not beyond it, being a free live pants that low." lie's a fellow who
According to Mr. Anderson, the ed his companion."I'm NATTC Commanding Officer is
new course will provide the basic ball. Crump went down fast, fell not sure." said his friend, always affected a rough and tough serving on the purchasing committee -
knowledge of the duties commonto on the ball, and chalked up another "but I think it was the police.. exterior_didn't care much for and Lieut. Leonard F Horan
all rates in naval aviation and touchdown for the electrician stu- I -" I anything_but I know him as well Welfare Officer, is on the program
to meet the requirements for immediate dents. > I Then there's the one about the as anybody else around here andI committee. Details of the affair
utilization of the personnel The game didn't end then, but i man who rushed into a Texas saloon I say that he's as soft as mush inside probably will be announced soon
as seamen in the aeronautical It could have. Darkness was com- and yelled, "}l 're!" I He's big-hearted and I don't
organization. ing in fast and in the last few And everybody did. think he ever refused to do a bud- We can always ship over Os-
Instructors have been arrivingthe plays the ball could scarcely be I ___._ __ dy a favor, even though, the doing car Shelby was supposed to makea
past week from NAGS, :Miami, seen. That did, however, end the Material Officer might discommode him. We'll miss speech to the WAVES recently,
the Armory in Chicago, and vat scoring.The I him Oscar Deakins is havinga urging them to come to the
t rious' points in the country for starting lineups: time trying to get enough fur- NATTC dance but he got cold
duty in Ship's Company in this AEM POSt Fernandina niture together to set up house- feet at the last minute.
new school. Sheppard LE Johns 1 keeping for his family who will ar- Gus Krause told this one, back
The course provides an Introduction Snyder LT Head E rive from California today or to- last February, while he was an instructor -
4 with units consisting of Greiner LG Wendt morrow. If you know anyone witha in the AEM School. It
the following: Aeronautical Organization Caccimisi C Wertz double bed to sell, contact seems that a student from a mid
Aviation Seamanship, Frew RG Jones "Deke" at 638 The cooks in dle-western state that was suffering -
Rate Indoctrination, Gunnery and Batts RT Gould galley 2 are as good as you'll find at that time from a serious \
Watch Standing, Communications, Schebe RE Schwartz anywhere else in the Navy and so shortage, was arguing witha t'water I J
Basic Skills and Information, Sur- Schum QB Kosticki is the foodstuffs they use the Texan about the relative merits
vival Equipment, Physical Fitness, Thacker LH Smith "chow"well, the guys complaina of their two states. The middle-
and Military drill.Welfare Buckmaster RH Dean little more about that. The main westerner went on and on, extol-
Kolenda FB Lawson "beef' is that nobody seems to ling the virtues of his native state.
Officials: Referee, Makeever: ; rate a second on anything, includ- The Texan sat quietly and listened.
OfficerLieut. umpire, Mathieson; head linesman ing ice cream and cookies. How- When the M-W could think of
Sterkel. ever, everybody is getting enoughto nothing further to say the Texan .' f.
i sustain himself One of the drawled "You fellows shouldn't10:
boys heard from A. A. Natho, who ever worry about a water short* v?<.
NATTC WavesContinued was discharged a couple of months age. Just run a pipe line up front "11s
ago. He's home in Detroit now the Gulf of Mexico then if you .,1
from Page Ten and writes that money flows like create a vacuum as well as you .'1
ry's the night the cooks and ba- water. He said he'd never madeso can 'blow,' you'll have all the wa ;.
kers turned out to honor Clara M. much money in his life. What'she ter you want." With these pithy ,
Boyer? A very gay wedding party trying to do, make us jealous? words, he turned on his heel and "
_cake by Schuerman, flowers, By the time we get out there won't left the M-W with his mouth .
gardenias for the bride, food, and I be anything left. But why worry. hanging open.
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of course, brew for all fifty present ----
Or what night haven't you) NA1'TO FOOTBALL STANDINGS
checked in at Larry's? (Through 11 November,
For all Catholic Service Women Lieut. Comdr. 1). C. Carter just Point Point Tran't
only. Immediately following Sol- reported aboard to act as Mate Team Won Tied Lost Won All'd Points
emn Pontifical Mass celebrated at rial Officer upon the separationof : Turret 6 2 0 H 9 22
St. Edwards Chapel at 09,20: by a Lieut. Comdr. Robert K. Bombers 2 2 3 21 48 13
military Delegate of the armed I Creamier; at NATTC. Lieut. AEM'[: 0 2 S 0 39 9 ,
forces the most Rev. Gerald E. Comdr. Carter was stationed at White (Turret) 6 1 1 .
I O'Hara, the girls will be taken to I the Naval Air Training School Individual Scorings TD Pal Total
Communion Breakfast at the Red ((1'ItM: ), Tongue/ Point, Oregon Foote (Turret) 6 1 1
.<. I Room of the Windsor Hotel. The as Material Officer before coming Bender (Turret) 12 1 13
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aF; %: fur; has date, 18 November. here Previous..; he was stationed Donahue (Bomber) 6 0 6
been named NATTO Welfare How about a hop to Corpus at NATTC, Norman Oklahoma Barnes (Bomber) 0 1 1
Officer, giirweding IJeiit. Comdr. Christi! for the week-end Just to His home Is In Bristol 1\1arele: (Bomber) 6 0 6
I A. J. Dejullo who JIM returnedto witness a football game? Ask Virginia and he expect: to have Fusco (Bomber) 0 2 2
inactive duty. Lieutenant Redman and Keln about their enough points to return there by Lallullier (Turret) 24 0 24
lloran has boon attached to jaunt of the last week January. Mr. Carter, a gradual Sackett (Bomber) 6 0 6 ,,
NATTG for some time and for- And so speaking of jaunts, not of V.1M.. majored in Architecture BaUich (Turret) 6 0 6 f
merly wa' In the Investigation plonts, let this be drawn to a close.!. and Intends to follow that Foster (Turret) 0 3 3
i Office. WILMA the WAVE signing off. profession upon separation Lastoskl (Turret) II 0 6