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J1-IX H1fs

VOL. 3, No, 37 21 November, 1945

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command



Events Slated.


I Gala Christmas Festivities Are Planned For Station







Service Reports x Friday Night

Merchandise Is Scarce T Grid Game SaturdayAre

Compared To Last Year I Holiday Events

Amid all the excitement of Personnel at NAS Jackson-

the Thanksgiving holiday, ville will celebrate the first

nearly everyone has forgotten I non-working Thanksgiving

Christmas. But not the NAS Day in four years tomorrow,

Welfare Dcpar mcnt. as a peaceful America offers

Plans are underway for one of prayers of Thanks for the victory

the biggest, gayest Christmas cele of arms over the forcesof
brations in the history of the sta
oppression and barbarism.
tion. There will be a gala Crew's
Dance with a bPi name band, a col. Thursday has been designatedas
orful Christmas Eve Party with \ I a holiday for the entire Naval

plenty of prizes and a swell show, Air Advanced Training Command ,
and all civilian
an oyster bake for all hands, the and naval person-
: MURDER nel will enjoy a day off with the
Annual Kiddie Party, and a mam- C
c of sections.
exception duty
moth New Year's Eve Party and
Dance. Sports will be on the pro- WHAT ARE YOU DROOLING Turkey 'n Trimmings
The Commissary
gram, too, with a couple of basket about, bub, dreams of a prepared the usual Departmenthas annual

ball games lined up for the holiday thick slab of white meat or Thanksgiving Dinner for the noon,
'h DecorationOver those lovely WAVES who are meal Thursday to whet the appe-
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tite of even the most fastidious
100 Christmas trees are in the picture for more than
gourmet. Approximately 12,000
being purchased, and they will be just scenery? No matter, it's pounds of turkey will go down the

distributed to all barracks and just here to remind you that hatch, along with ample portionsof
other strategic places. Each barracks -
Thanksgiving has rolled all the regular trimmings.
will receive a sum of moneyin More than 4,500 pounds of the
addition to the trees with which around once again. In the top traditional Thanksgiving fowl

to decorate both trees and bar photo, Bobbie Chapman, Sic, were sold at the Ship's Store
racks. A giant tree will be set up left of Chicago, and Gertrude Ashore (Commissary Store) to
in front ot: the bandshell, oppositethe }Famish S2c, of Philadelphia, I Navy wives to grace the tables of
Administration Building, and both attached to the WAVES personnel living ashore, it was reported -
throughout the station appropriate i .
galley look over a flock of
Christmas scenes will be erected, the traditional Thanksgivingbirds if iu r Appropriate divine services will
constructed by the Publ':: Works for a likely gobbler Below be held at the Protestant Chapelat

Department they try a George Wash- 1930 tonight.
The religious side of the celebration Open House at Center
ington on an unsuspecting
will not be neglected, either turkey who, all excited about Open House will be held
The Chapels are preparing for a the center of attraction throughout tomorrow at the Re-
series of religious services to mark that this is ception Center with turkey sand-
( ?) has forgotten
the. holiday. From the station's blame wiches and light refreshments
Can't hardly
loudspeakers on December 22, 23, served buffet style to all guests.
I him at that.Salvage
24, and 25 will come all kinds of The regular week-day movie
Christmas music-from traditional I -- -- i schedule will be followed at Mam-

Christmas Carols of Silent to Bing Might: Crosby'srenditions and'Flier-Grentlin I Come Is side Auditorium.A special Thanksgiving. Crew's

White Christmas. Mentioned; Dance is scheduled for Mainside
Wrapping Service Auditorium Friday night at 2030.
Chief Phil Bennett and the Air
Ship's Service also is busy preparing' If the NAS Fliers win their final -
Station Band will
for the Christmas season. I two games, there is a strong possibility provide the
A special Christmas wrapping I I i Program I they will meet an outstand- Industrial Men Climaxing the week-end enter
service will be offered to
patronssoon ing service eleven in a post-season
tainment events will be the
sponsored Jointly by Welfare game in Jacksonville, Lt. Comdr. Make Tour Here
football at the Jax MunIci-
and Service. The I Told To NationSee I game
Ship's former Warren P. McGuirk, Physical pal Stadium Saturday afternoon
will provide the personnel, and the : Officer, announced
Training yes Officers and directors of the' between the Air Station Fliers and
latter will furnish the materials.The ( Photos on Page :2)) terday. Southern States Industrial Council the Fort Benning Doughboys.
counter will be set up in the I NAS Jacksonville made "copy"for The fast Third Air Force Army Other Events Planned
made tour of NAS Jax Monday
of the Mainside of American news-
lobby Recreation hundreds Gremlins of Tampa were mentioned USO Clubs and various other
Building, Just outside Ship's Servo papers this week when more than as a likely opponent for the as part of their program civic organizations in Jacksonvillehave
ice Store No. 1. 35 representatives of major news highly regarded Fliers, who have while in Jacksonville for a boardof planned a series of special
Lt A. C. Abney, Ship's Service services came here to witness and won eight games against a single directors' meeting.The programs for service personnel on
Officer, said yesterday that mer- tell the nation of the part this defeat so far this season. organization, which is rep Thanksgiving Day. At the 311
chandise will be more scarce this naval activity is playing in scrap Head Coach Jim Tatum revealed resented in 16 states with three West Duval Street USO. operated .
year than it has been during the ping and salvaging planes that the Flier squad is heartily in directors in each state, is devotedto by the YMCA and Jewish Welfare
war years, and he urged all handsto have served their purpose. favor of a post-season encounter I industrial progress and eco- Board there will be a Thanksgiving
make their purchases early if I The inspection tour, sponsoredby against a strong opponent_preferably nomic development of the South. Eve dance beginning at 2030
they expected to find suitable gifts. I the Surplus Property Administration the Third Air Force eleven. Among those visiting here were tonight Tomorrow at 1600 a
the first time
"We are not planning any spe- unveiled for The Fliers face a difficult hurdle President R. R. Cole, of Monsanto Thanksgiving tea dance has been
cial Christmas displays because of the exact operations of the sweep- in the powerful Ft. Benning Chemical company of St. Louis, scheduled. There will be special
this scarcity." he pointed out, "and ing aircraft disposal program. Doughboy eleven which they meet Mo.; Charles J. Williams, presidentof entertainment. Buffet refresh-
all merchandise will be placed on The group arrived here by plane this Saturday at 1130 in the Jax Moore pry Kiln company of ments will be served.

sale as soon as it arrives. We last Friday and was joined by of Municipal!>L..'::.un. I Jacksonville. I Thursday's schedule at the Arm-
have already begun to receive Jacksonville representatives ed Forces Service Center, 122

some of the things,. we ordered for radio The and news press.writers and camera I Thanksgiving Day, 1945 Yum, Turn West Thanksgiving Forsyth party Street at, 2000.includes a

r Cream of Tomato Soup Continued on Page Seven
----- nut Ridge, Ark where they _u__ __________
MANY PHONE CALLS viewed the Reconstruction Finance (With Croutons)

Corporation storage depot. In Celery Hearts Pickles THREE PROMOTEDFULL
ON POINT SYSTEM first hand
Jacksonville, they saw
Roast Young Tom Turkey
l Telephone lines In the Communication how the Navy scraps non-flyable COMMANDERS
Office are constantly be-: aircraft which are not shipped to Dressing Lt. Comdr. Douglas G. Baird, assistant
ing tied up by calls relating to various the RFC scrap depots because the Giblet Gravy Cranberry Sauce Public Works officer, and
Alnavs concerning changes cost of transportation would exceed Candied Sweet Potatoes Buttered Green Peas Lt. Comdr. Russell E. Ford, maintenance

\ in the point system, promotions, the value of the scrap. Buttered Cauliflower and operation superintendent -
and other matters, it was stated This station's mountain of more: of Public Works, have been
," than three million pounds of scrap Fruit Aspic Salad Sweet Mayonnaise Dressing
this week in the Plan-of-the-Day. promoted to commanders In accordance
i These phone calls are consid- aluminum and steel was seen by I Mixed Salted Nuts Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream with ALNAV 378. \
ered in as much as the correspondents, as Navy officials Hot Rolls Coffee Tea
unnecessary used Lt. Comdr. B. F, Morton, neuropsychlatrlst -
this information is give.. wide dis- in producing explained an the alumium processes alloy ingot And with a" menu like this one, fellas, who's goingon of the Main Dispen-
tribution as soon as possible, and was promoted to commander
which is sold for -.Industrial liberty?t t sary
Immediately I
such calls must cease ki ALNAV 377.
the notice said. Continued oa l"R. Seven rr r

Two JAX AIR NEWS 21 November, 1945

. FATHER PAYS SON ,10 Flattops To

cLe,67 jY

I Sail 'With Men <

Spiny & 1i1 vE I'Instead PlanesTen

Y'n of the Navy's newest aircraft
carriers are en route or will
sail shortly to load hll''h.point'et': -
erans in forward areas for returnto

I%y Kns. E. K.: Manly ((1S') the United States, according to
BRRRRRRRR1! The second cold the Associated Press
snap of the season this past weekend The carriers will have a passenger -
1 caught most of us off guard insofar capacity in excess of 30000.
I as our winter coolies were The Lake Champlain was the
concerned, and any attempt at mil first converted to transport serv
a I itary posture was forsaken in favor ice. She was outfitted as a troop u.s. NAVAL HOSPITAL
of a more sheltering approachto ship at the Norfolk Navy Yard,
the mighty brisk winds that and on the first crossing! brought
blew. The birds had nothing on us 3,700 servicemen from Southampton 'I Ily Cells Zoe Pipkin, }:not. (IN(')

I I the way we all flew around in our to New York. A green and inexperienced Na.
1 attempt to get from one steam- recommendation of the' val Hospital basketball team was
heated building to another in the I Lake Upon Champlain's skipper, several defeated 63 to 28 by Camp Bland-
All Post team 11
facial ing's Novemberat
shortest possible time. Our changes were made in installationsof
t''color-scheme took on patriotic other ships being converted. On Camp Blanding. Camp's *

hue, with red noses and earn, blue the 27,000-ton Randolph, bunks I team featured such name
lips and white cheeks predominat- were installed six inches lower for basketball players as Segh) of
rg. One lass averred that so cold stowage of the servicemen's gear I Northwestern, Bernie Mehan all-
was she that even her goose- and a number of other improvements I American of the, University of
bumps had goose-bumps. Most of effected for the comfort I Tennessee, Jim McNIsh of Con-
us, caught with our coats at the and convenience of passengers. cord University, and Kaufman of
cleaners, assumed that wellpadded Installations aboard the flattops New York University. Despite the
j look reminiscent of the Gay include, in addition to several thousand 1 defeat the 43 Waves and corpsmen
Nineties due to the warming metal bunk frames, are toilet enjoyed the dance given by the -

sweaters worn under our snug and bathing! facilities, mess ta.blesj Army following the game, to it .
CHIEF PAY CLKKK J, J, KNC.I.1SII issue his lion Joseph Jr., jackets. The male element braved and steam tables.What wasn't such a bad evening for the
the latter's final Navy pay as the AMMlc is discharged at the Personnel the elements in more bizarre costume Navy after all.Congratulations.
Separation Center here. with the extremes ranging
ARMY ACE TagSon's from short-sleeved khakis to navy Do You to the seven
bridge coats How the former ever doctors on our staff who recentlywere
stood it we'll never know! For that Know promoted to the rank of
matter, how we damyankees will Commander. They were: Comdr's
Final Navy Pay ever be able to acclimate ourselvesto (Answers on Page 5)) Harold Wood George; W. Croft

the freezing weather up --- Elmer A. Friedman, Ernest U.
Made His FatherThe NAWTH after our service In the -1. "By the skin of my teeth" is Moeller, John H. Morton, Robert
By AEF (Americans Exiled in Florida a phrase that is used! by most everyone W. Newman, and Ralph W. \Nt-t-
hadn't you heard!) is definitely Do you know whether it :zel.

final Navy of Joseph J. English Jr. was received something to worry about, too. comes from:
pay And now that we've gotten off (ca) The Bible? The U.SO. Camp Show "Hi Fil-
from his father, Chief Pay Master J. J. English, at the to a good running start on that ib) American slang? la.s" entertained the patients anal,

Jax Personnel! Separation_ Center recently. universal topic. .the weather, let's Shakespeare ? staff of the Naval Hospital 20 November -
Warrant Officer English who was -- ----- draw a good deep breath of sec 2. In the surrender document with four performanceson
"loaned" to the enlisted disbuia- ond wind and launch into that old signed by the Japanese aboard the the wards and in the hospital
ing unit from his regular assignment Rate Exams Will favorite saga of the bull-sessions USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay were auditorium. It was a super show
in Officer's Rolls at NAS towit'hy: on these bitter the words "unconditional surren of dancing, novelty" musical acts
Jax, is veteran of 31 years' service Be Held Tuesday cold mornings don't people with der" used ? and comedy. The star singer MarIon -
in two wars. Joseph, Jr., an cars pick up people without cars* 3. What Is the difference between Owens, is an old. hand at entertaining -
AMMlc, wan returned to civilian I Examinations for advancementto It's bad enough on balmy spring : a democracy and a service personnel havIng
life after five and a half years in general service ratings will be and fall days and on blistering lic? rt'pub'j been on tours in North Africa,
the Navy at Miami and New Orleans held in the Main Station mess hal summer days to stand and wait I 4. Recently an American University Sicily; and Italy. The Radio Ramblers '
air Stations 15th Air Wingin on Tuesday, according to a Personnel for transportation l but with the i announced plans to operate gave Impersonations ranging:
the Mediterranean, and recently Memorandum. winter winds and fogs approaching an FM radio elation and : from Ring Crosby to Bob Hope
at Ft. Lauderdale. Professional examinations will too close) for comfort it seems I broadcast evening college courses I and the likeness to the actors as

Joseph Jr, is a former star begin at 0900 and end at 1100. to us that it'. mighty un-nelghbor- Was it: very remarkable.
halfback at Edison High School in Petty officer examinations will ly, to say the least, for those six (at I The University of California -

Miami which he attended while his begin at 1330 and end at 1600. passenger sedans to go sailing by ? Coming 3 December, "nh 'thm
< bus-stops with nary a glance to <( father, on inactive duty at that __ x___ Rumpus, U.S.O. Show starring!
the left or right and no lessened Ici< > Columbia University? with
time worked the Miami Phjllis Colt singer, formerly
postal PLANKS
on the gas pedal. The 5. Dice have been used for gambling
pressure Band and Al Bernie
Ft. Ben Bernie's
service.'hile at NAS Miami, The Lauderdale air station
platoon formations of the four- since the days of the ancientEgyptiansTrue
he played on the championship which will concentrate on training formely with Fred Allen. It promises
vehicles from the False?
wheeled ranging or
station softball team. He plans in pilots and alrcrewmen for duty in to be good entertainment, longon
to 6.
sedans and station-wagons jalopies you were taking a trip to "boo-
the near future to take advantage torpedo bombers, haa received and jeeps, down the various Tahiti would you be going to an' laughs, "comedy and even
of the 01 Bill of Rights: and study about 200 torpedo bombers and 800 main traffic arteries is a thing tobehold. island in: gie-woogie.

gasoline engineering. officers and men from Opa-Locka And their steady unwavering (Cal) the Hawaiians? who In civilian 1-
Bass, MM2c
landed Combat V'nlt NAS. The Miami station will emphasize pace toward their destination Ib) the Society Islands Phillip dancer
life a professional -
Recalling happenings in World fighter pilot training with 18 maddening enough to recurl the (C'I) the Pius? and Instructor was in New York l is
Wars I and II, Warrant Officer use of Grummana and Corsalra. hair of the weary W A';'t waiting 7. True or False: _...._- ._ ,,__
English, a Carpenter' Mate in the _V___ at the bus stop. We've seen memoranda (a) The Boston Tea Party occurred giving dancing In :the" recreation instructionsginners hall lu every v --
first war, told of landing: the first I Ads h&Remember, fellows. It' and circular letters galore immediately after the Dec and Thursday at 1300.
combatant unit in France on June fresh eggs that get slapped in the averring that Navy vehicles laration of Independence Tuesday In the Red Cross office and
8, 1918 "one day before Blackjack pan. should pick up naval personnel going (lb) Frances Perkins was the Sign up this Is chance to
Pershing." He was serving aboard I in the same direction, but obviously first woman to hold a cabinet of- come out your
learn the latest in dancing from a
the USS Neptune, an old coal collier ergladea. ) there Is no way to dictate fice In the United States.
at that time "That unit, be-I It 'allfil In 19S9 to an Individual in any way howe 8. Give the names of either of professional Instructor.The .
lieve it or not, was a naval He first enlisted in 1915 and > is to conduct the operation of the two Japanese who signed the
served until 1933. Then he was on formal Red Cross is sponsoring a
ation unit. You wouldn't recognizeit his personal transportation as long document
as such' today though," he said. : inactive duty until recalled in 1939 as he Maya within the standards aboard the USS Missouri "Pin-up Girl" contest for patients
He was given a medical release in 9. What bit of 23 November, so dig out that picture -
Earlier, serving on the Ammen, a set by Station Police. It's simplyup military advice is
destroyer, he had as a shipmate I August 1942. He is a member of to the driver to let his conscience the opposite of "Too Little, too of your best gill! and submit
Lieutenant now Admiral Denfleld Chief of degree York Rite Mason. It t guides )him: down the middle of la credited with saying it? a three minute phone call to the
Naval Personnel. I His other three sons, a soldier, the road. We won't attempt to offer 10. What do coal and diamonds pin-up girl whose picture he !submits -
Before being sent to Jacksonville I a sailor, and a marine, are Rob any good logical solution here have in common ?

where he makes his home with I ert, 21, now at Camp Shelby, Miss, .for the situation as obviously it's --- x- __ New arrivals aboard; the station
his wife and two daughters, Mary awaiting discharge; Nicholas, 18, up to the driver and his personal Houston, Tex. (CNS-A) local this week Lt. Comdr. Louis
Ann and Alice, at 4842 Timuquana attached to the USS Gearring; Interpretation of the Golden Rule, mother, who works in a are:
war plant R.
Road he served in the Seventh and Ernest, 23, awaiting release at but we do feel that life here at has called police to help her Bowen (MC) USNR.

Naval District Supply Office in the Jacksonville Naval Hospital.His NAS would be a lot simpler if we her baby back from. a baby sitter get Detached week. j
:Miami, at Norfolk Naval Base, parents live at 7416 ThirdAvenue got ,aiureally liberal Interpretationof I who Is holding the child as security Lt Comdr.this Frederick: H. BoweR
Bainbridge Md. and at Port Ev- North, Birmingham Ala. the Share-the-Ride policy I for a $47 debt Five
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t' JVAS JAY \\ tNT ON DISPLAY IN ITS PEACETIME the nation with one important phase of the conversion E Ena.
ROLE LAST FRIDAY when salvage and disposal from war to peace. Visitors watched the atripping and j Brlgkb. They inspected partiallycompleted
proceedings carried on here were inspected by big-time cuttinp-up of planes in the Supply Depal tment', salvage melting furnace for aluminum acrap. They
publicists] from all parts cf nation. The trip was sponsored ;yard. They listened to facts, figures, and explanation i watched: crash-landing fire drill under direction ef Lieut'

by the Surplus Property Administration of the provided by Captain Roark Montgomery Captain Harold ,l John H JOMS. Awl then they wrote stories tor the
Reconstruction :Finance: Corporation) in order to acquaint Stoa Lieut. Percy Tompkins, Lieut, (jg:) Cllall"l) [ talk Lack borne.Page .

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day night at 1930 in the Protestant Chapel -
and( two masses will be celebrated
Thanksgiving Day in the Catholic chapelat
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:( An expected thriller on the gridiron Is the
climactic game Saturday between the Fliers
and Ft. Benning to round out Thanks
giving events. Game time...1130 at Jax Municipal -.



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Plenty of white and dark meat with dressing and
all the trimmings will be served to naval person
nel. The menu appears on page one.




Page Four JAX AIR NEWS 21 November, 1945

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Editorial Offices
Office of Public Information, Room 221 OndVicws fromStation 1
Administration Annex, Bide. 954 .
Telephone Extension 8542 a j
Lt Cumdr. Jamti F. Kelly, t'SNR, Editor
The JAR Alit NEWS tl published weekly at the U. S. -- ,1
Naval Air Station Jacksonville. Florida by the Office of
I Public Information at no expense to the government and In h MAN MINUS GOD: l
compliance with Secnav Circular Letter 45-526.:! 28 May 1945.
Copies are distributed tree of charge at the Naval Air Chaplain J. J, ; r rE.'err
Mallon, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, ,the is Finnigan
1 lleadquarleii ot the Naval Air Operational Training Command man ,
Naval Auxiliary Air I Station ;r3nt Cove ipilngs.Naval but there is one thing he craves even more,
Auxiliary Air Station Cecil F Naval Air
Gunners' School, the U. S. Naval Hospital the Naval Aux i and without which existence and even liberty
iliary Air Station Municipal No. 1, and the Naval Auxiliary VI
_and that is
Air Station, Mayport- is painful happiness. It is

.Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davlson. USN : one of the greatest of life's paradoxes thatas
thief of Naval" Air Advanced Training I much as man seeks to be free, he still

wishes to be a slave. Not a slave in the sense I
Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN
Commanding Officer that his liberty is denied him, but in the
Jacksonville Naval Air Station sense that he yearns for something lie can

Captain Ford N. Taylor I'SN worship, something which will solicit his will, ;

Naval Air Commanding ethnical Training Oillcer Center pull at his heart strings, tempt his energies,
and command his affections lie wants
Captain' C'Urcne J. Brown (MC) USN to be
Commanding: Officer free to choose between the various kinds of
U. S. Naval Hospital happiness, but he does not want to be free

Colonel Martin Commanding J. Kelleher Officer, USMC (Ret.) from happiness. He wishes to be its slave.

Marine BarracksCommander There are two ways of responding to this

soul hunger and this heart thirst One
.Edward I.nrneorNaval DoJecek. USlC'nmm..ndlh" : at., .. "" '" nf a."". ".,,,.Irl +1... ,,,1.... I n .,. .. ..._.. i
-- "'-' Hit' rtnj \" nit' nuiiu, nit' UkllCl JO tllC
Air Uunneis' School Almost as symbolical as his running mate, the bald of Christ. The differenece between the nay two V ,

Commander Frank I. CorbIn, USN eagle, is the queer-looking, fine-tasting bird whose portrait is that before we have the pleasures of the

Naval Auxiliary Commanding: Air Station Officer Uieen Cove Springs appears above. He has served his country for years, and he world they seem desirable and all that we .,l
served the Indians who populated this section of the world
Commander Howard E. Born, USN need to make us happy. But after we have
Commanding: Officer long before the Pilgrims made him the central object of them, they are disappointing and sometimes
Naval Auxiliary Air :station: Cecil Field their first Thanksgiving Feast in 1621. Once again in 191;:). even disgusting. The contrary is true of the l

Commander Commanding Salem A. Van Officer Every, Jr., USN he makes his annual appearance on the scene at NAS Jax and pleasures of Christ. Before we have them

." Naval Auxiliary Air :::.ta lIan. Municipal No. 1 throughout the 48 states--and this year he comes as a bird they are hard, unattractive, and even repul.s .

Commander John B. Huhn, USSR of peace as well as thanksgiving. s \ But after we have them they are satisfying
Commanding: Olflcer ------ ---- -- -------------
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Mayport and all our hearts could ever crave.
International House PrincipleOne The then is this
Will the
Lieut Col. William T. Evans. USMC (Ret.) problem : heart
Commanding Officer seeks its happiness in the pleasures of the
Marine Aviation DetachmentThe of the most hopeful experiments in the world and
world, or will it seek it in the Kingship of
JAX AIR NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Service of the most important nothing
and Ship's Editorial Association material Republication one concerns more spt'ctacular i Christ :
of credited (matter prohibited without permission of CNS, than a housing arrangement. In New York, Chi- "I fled Him down the nights and down the "
War Department, :ao3 E 4Jnd: St., N.Y.C., or SEA Wash
ington 25. D. C. Republication of any other matter, cago, Berkeley, and Paris are located institutions called "In- days ;
except by service publications, U prohibited without I fled Him down the arches of the
permission of Editor. JAX AIR NE\\S. ternational House" in which the students and representatives years;
I fled Him down the labyrinthine

Letters to the Editor I of almost all countries in the world can live side by sideas Of my own mind ; an d l in the ways midst of
they study and think and work. tearsI

Dear Editor: Some of the people who live in these houses are sent by hid from Him, and under running laughter.Up .

Having returned to the United States after their; governments as official representatives, while others vistaed hopes I sped ;

spending much time In the Far East, Including all are individuals paying their own way, motivated only by the And shot, precipitated. :j
of the War Years 29: months of this in Japanese Adown Titanic glooms of chasmed fears
desire to learn. But the significant factor involved is that
Prison Camps In the Philippines and Japan-I real From those strong feet that followed, followed 1
representatives of all countries, all habits, all languages after."
ize more than ever before that this is the best country t
on this earth. TAN live together and reach mutual understanding ; the observations Francis Thompson

\Ve who were in the early stages of the conflictin made at New York and Berkeley prove that humanity t

the Philippines became aware of the fact that we I has a common denominator independent of inherited tj

could get no reinforcements from home simply background and characteristics. In these observations is IiIIp4i j

bcause we were so unprepared for war at time ..
contained more hope and significance to the world than all
of Fearl Hat bor. And there are none who know
better than we handful of Regulars that we could of the discoveries yet made pertaining to the atomic prin- :i J

never have accomplished our aims in driving the ciple. I l:5: Stint "tlMlir' MIV.KVIII: *.It J3: lIIU

Jars out of the Southwest Pacific'without the help The UNCIO calls for meeting of countries at the top, in I OHIO('CI 1 ._-""Bi,.\1,k I\-...,i SIIMCIhaplaln i huplHln Harold Edwin L. !(...h

of all of our reserves: civilians, soldiers, sailors, and
formal pre-arranged It's the of '
this M4'
ways. opinion news- i hi i\nie :NCHUPK 1 chaplain Paul H. \\ Olander.llitinr .
marines. that the UNCIO should be srrtlir* for (ulurrd I'rr.onnrlHuildlnc l ttOl.
In talking to many reserves stationed here in paper protected by all-out adop- HJO Chaplain E::, K:. ('alor, pleaching. .

NAS Jacksonville; I find the feeling between regulars tion of the ."international house" principle between peoples

and is sometimes strained, especially from top to bottom. The goal is Catholic Cliaixlt Muslin toad and Itlrmlngham AuIM.
reserves simple : to promote under I!!-A t as*.
between the reserve officers and the Academy men. standing between the men and women who must fight in the (04:10-Maas.II viu.: ..M I a...
These reserve officers tell me that now since the
war is over they are outcasts. One young naval war and die in a war once it is declared.If 1 ilO--MJ...

reserve officer asked me which I preferred to serve some of the world's wealth now ear-marked for Clori.tlaul'inre: Senlcci Muttla Itoad kid BruilnhimAtrnur. !
with of Marine officers, those from the Academyor nationai'defense wary .
the various Universities. I told him that during by countries throughout the world were devoted 1100 Mnall chapel

my 17 years of service that I had come to like Annapolis to the establishment of goveinment-sponsored centers Utter St ly nuta NilnUi urn,", Small Chapel corner of Miutln and
officers better, although we have many veiy 1900-Mutual mvetlng (Wednesday).
where the students of all
good Marine officers from the Universities and later countries could meet to study and Jewialt l ICrlliloui and Fellowship I Hour
trained in Philadelphia Basic School. He said to work together, the international war propagandists would I'ridry Maln, .lt lde.>15--::5 1 ::1"-h;; I, Muslin and Mlrmlngham.
me, "You see even you regular enlisted men, now
have a tougher time. This latter ruomlay. UW-lMO-Chaplalni':: Office NATTC.
that the job is finished, classify us as unwelcome group flourishes on suspicion luebday, ItOO-lWO-ChapUln'. 011 ice, yellow: Water
guests." misunderstanding, and prejudice between countries. NACiS.
Thursday of each month 170O1830. Chaplain o&-
That called for quite a bit of explaining and
Who could find a foot-hold for lice,j NAA* Uieen Cove: hpilngt.
some of the things I told him were that there are an Second IhuiiJay' of each month 1630-18UO, Reading
: 6\
no men who know better than we small number i audience composed of people who know that the barriers between Room. NAAS. Ma>poit. ,
who were trapped in the hell holes of Japanese Thlid Ihutuday of each month. 1500-J630.: Chapel, Jx .
Prison Camps in the Philippines and Japan that it countries are more apparent than real, and that a Note: No service In HJY Hangar Area.

was only through the efforts of e\"erybody"'that we sense of humor, loyalty: common-sense, morality, and de-
,were liberated in reasonable time and It is here
cency are the common property of all peoples, once the barriers Thanks
that I wish to express gratitude to the reserves. Again-
There are many friends whom I know feel the of language, appearance, and customs have been pushed
same as I in regard to what you have done and we aside. Tomorrow, for the first time since this
wish it were possible to erase; this 111 feeling between country entered World'ar II, the occasion

reserves and regulars. of Thanksgiving has been declared official
There is a little story of Dispatch Camp 8, Peace-Time JobThe an
Hitachi, Japan on Honshu. On August 17, 1045 we holiday for naval personnel. During the
were Identified by the American forces in the formof visit to this station last Friday of past few years, there wasn't much opportunity -
Naval fliers. The first note was dropped by Ensign nationally known for unhurried
newsmen interested in the thanks when the day
Navy's salvage and
Stakpool, USN Alameda, Calif. Later we received disposal pro rolled
others; all USNR. We began to wonder if gram for over-age and obsolete aircraft focusses attentiononce 1 around ; there was too nnlch work to

there were no regulars left. Then with a little reasonable more on the important }part of NAS Jax in the ( I be done, there was a war to win, and there

thinking we knew how small we were before :i try's welfare. In .war.. the station nlnvpfl_ .. .n. .m....)..wv ,"I.. ;.coun, 4i. .. I I was .an! uneasy feeling about such luxuriesas
-- u n
all the reserves were called to active duty.I .J,0 Iii tllC elaborate dinners and celebrations
Navy air battle and in even
now, NAS Jax
date to liberated peace,
had set my be as some timein once more in the
the Spring of 1946 and for this sudden change comes to the nation's attention as one of the centers for Converting tainable.rare instances where they: were ob

1 of events it was indeed a surprise and pleasant a powerful \\ar-machlne\ into materials and '
equipment \\ ell
feeling. useful to peace. we can celebrate with a free hand
I From the 17th of August we were visited regularly When the war ended, United States had this year, and never since that first Thanksgiving -
t by the fliers, all seemed to be USNH, for ( built up a great ; have
there were many messages and in due time tons I war machine for which there was no longer a full-time job we had more definite, tangible.., 1
t of food for which we were indeed grateful. I It's now necessary to cut it down and turn salvagable ma reasons to offer up our thanks _
Our return to the United States Llsewhere in this is printed the
trip was probably back, to normal uses There are two reasons for the paper
one of the greatest pleasures of our lives, forth great size of the surplus mate-rid l pile) : 1. the succulent details of the menu to be served
Navy gave us such royal treatment throughout. and Japs) quit suddenly up l h>y station chefs, and the entertainment
This was so different from what I had been used to unexpectedly and 2. it's necessary to have
during my early service in the corps. Most' of these more than enough war materials to win a war. Whatever arranged by the various welfare"off. It
)people with whom we came in contact were reserves. the cost of conversion and whatever the waste of materials should be a big day-but between bites and!
i" This feeling: of difference between reserves and between dances let's
) that must be thrown away, no thinking give silent thanks now
regulars does not exist among everyone, I am sure, when he remembers that too-fine person regrets eitherone and then that the American eagle and the
and I am glad of this fact. a war budget might American
LAMAR A. BRYAN. have lost the war or prolonged the war. There are already abundance turkey, symbolizing) courage nnd

, r Cy. Sst. USMC. too many cemeteries filled with our war dead. I partnership' respectively, have formed a silent



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(Question: Are you going to Ji PRESENTS

take advantage of the n.I.1 4 c

Hill of Uights and, if so,

what provisions? J I


Mich. I I
"Sure I'm going: to take advantage THURSDAY
of It. I'd like to finish up)\I "PRISON SHIP" with Robert Lowery and Nina Foch.. War Drama,
high school and then go into the I panic arises among prisoners aboard a Japanese ship when they learn
restaurant business or whatever, that the ship Is a decoy for American subs. There Is much action when
looks pood." the prisoners engage in a fight with the crew and are eventually saved

MAny ESPOSITO Sic, Springfield by an American submarine. 1300-1700-1939.

"Yes, I'm going to the University "SNAFU" with Robert Benthley. A fourteen year old boy enlists
I of Chicago to study bacteriology In the Marine Corps without his family's knowledge or consent He
, and sciences. I've had a little I Is sent to the south Pacific where he distinguishes himself In battle
college, but I'm going: to start In I .I and is decorated. When his family learns of his whereabouts they
again.'.' I ask for his release and he is returned home. Thereupon a complicated

J. M. BROWN, AMM3c Allan- period of readjustment ensues. 1300 only. 'I
"Yes, although I don't know yet "STORK CLUB" with Betty Hutton and Barry Fitzgerald. The
if I want to go into business for 4k# plot concerns an aged millionaire who( anonymously bestows the privileges
i myself or go back to( school. If I 1 of wealth upon a Stork Club hat-check girl whose fiance refusesto
pick the latter, I'm going to Georgia (* believe right of her until she proves herself several times, inclusive
Tech and study electrical en of getting him and his band. at the Stork, Sat 1300-1700-1930. Sun.
gineering." 1430-1700-1930.
over, Ark. "SING YOUR WAY HOME" with Jack Haley and Anne Jefferys. .
"Yes, I have to finish up high Music-Comedy a song studded comedy. 130017001930.
school first, but would like to( go TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY"SAN
on to Notre Dame and study me ANTONIO" with Errol Flynn and Alexis Smith. A storyin

chanics." Technicolor, of Texas in the 70's. A fighting cattleman, Errol Flynn.

MELVIN SHAW, S2c, Chattanooga .., .. '.::,.'",, '---- _u is out to get the gang who stole some of his herd. He finds them, but
-- -- -- ---
Tenn. HERE'S SOMETHING for your groaning Thanksgiving table he also meets Alexis Smith, the town's entertainer. After: several bat
"I'm undecided. I've got so few ...Mr. Turkey and starlet Dusty Anderson. Both go well with cranberries tles with the cattle thieves which ends in a long chase and a free for
points. I don't know when I'll be mince pie or for that matter soft lights and sweet music. all fight, Flynn avenges himself and is then free to pursue his romantic
out. I might .go back to school and I inclinations with Alexis. 1300.1700.1930;

.' study Hackensack FRANK agriculture., N.ANDERSON J." S2c Jobs With Security and Other STUDENT OFFICERS

"I'm going to finish high school THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, NOV. 32 & 2S ,
first, take a college 'Preparatory Inducements I. Offered by U.. S. "TOO YOUNG TO KNOW' with Joan Leslie and Robert Hutton.
course, then go on to college and 1930./

study electrical engineering." CNS-The: biggest employer In Kble to handle (there are 5000 such SATURDAY, NOV. 21
EUNICE SLOCUMB, Sic, Birmingham the country is Uncle Sam himself, positions), and because they receive NO SHOW.
Ala. and there's scarcely a skill or a a 10-polnt bonus on the
"I'm going to college and study j trade which he cannot use. WhichIs scores of their civil service exam SUNDAYlNOV. 25
pharmacy for as long as I can under "SNAFU" with Robert Benchley. 1930.
a fact of Importance to job- inations. Other vets receive a
the Bill of Rights but will con- seeking ex-servicemen, especiallysince /5-polnt bonus. Furthermore, when MONDAY-TUBS, NOV. 20-21
tinue on my own until I've graduated veterans receive preferencein vets entitled to 10-point preferencecannot
"STORK CLUB" with Betty Hutton and Barry Fitzgerald. 1930.
the employment of civil service qualify for a job because
personnel. of a service-connected disability
Macdonald, Gft. "SING YOPv WAY HOME" with Jack Haley and Anne Jefferys.
wives valuable
their receive those
I Before the war there were 1,
"I've two more years to go in 000,000 federal employes, and during 10 points. Unmarried widows of FRIDAY, NOV. 23
to borrow
would like
but I
the Navy into business the battle the numbers rose to .veterans get the same break. Crew's Dance-Mainslde Auditorium, 2010.
some money and go 3,000,000. The U. S. Civil Service Commission
The number is presently
I do
: : for myself when get decreasing with the liquidation is accepting applicationsfor OTHER EVENTS

out. __. ___ of war agencies, but the chancesare Jobs today from veterans only.
x there will be more federal em Details of the advantages veterana BOXINQ_For information regarding workouts call Lt Rubino,
ChatterContinued ployes after the war than there receive may be found in the Com extension 593 or report to Malnside Mat after 1500.

Hospital were Jjefoie. This is because gov- mission's pamphlet, "From Military &WIMMIXGIndoor: : swimming pool, recreational swimming 1200-
from Page Two ernment regulation of many activities Service to Civil Service," 1300 and 1800-2100 week days. Saturday 1200-2100, and Sunday 1200-
(MC) USNR detached to the Sep Is here to stay; this id admitted available at any Commission of 2100.

aration Center at Mainslde for release I by many who do not approve fice.'A Its. Good Job. l\tUSIC.Musician. interested in playing in the Welfare Dance
lot *
to inactive duty. Lt. (j jg) I it. The biggest opportunities at the 3and call Ext. 498. Saxophone,' trumpet, trombone, base piano, guitar.
Charles J. Burnham (MC) USNR :500,000 Jobs. In 2 Year moment according to Commissioner Instruments furnished.BOWLlNGSix .
deached to the Naval Training I Specifically, Commissioner Arthur Flemming, are in the Vet alleys located in Mainslde Recreation BuildingNo.
Station, Newport R. I., for duty, S. Flemming of the U. S. erans Administration which is in 3. Alleys are open from 1000 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and
aboard the U.SS. Oregan City. Civil Service Commission states desperate need of the following: 1200 to 2100 on Sunday. Instruction available by appointment.
NC USNR, I! that 500,000 jobs will be filled in
Ens, Jessie B. Young (
contact from 1000 to 2030
representat've, training officer GOI.rCourse open Monday through Saturdayand
Dispensary the next 2
detached to the U. S Naval :i years. physical director and recreational OSOO to :2030 on unda)'. Golf clubs and balls are available at Golf
Navy Department, Wash I Some' 95% of federal workers aid. Gen. Omar N Bradley, House. Free instruction to Naval personnel by appointment, call extension
ington, D. C. are in the "classified service," VA boss, expects to have 120,000 8157. Bathing trunks prohibited on golf course.
The following nurses were detached which means that jobs are com
employes on his staff mostly vets.
ANCIIORAGE_Open daily to enlisted personnel (with Liberty
to Separation Centers fpr petitive, and are filled by examination -
Inactive Lt. EmilyT. 'i The Treasury Department needs Cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason
release to duty: I' under the merit system. To qualified veterans to carry on the
Wodnich, Lt. Alma A Kuschel, I find out what vacancies there are, war against income tax evaders Field.
Alice E. TENNiS_Racquets and ball are available at the Physical Training .
Lt. Frances Stlnes, Lt. qualifications, pay, location, and and black market operators. I
Davlin, Lt. (jg) Leah J. Abrams, I I other information, a job-seeker Federal employment is not Building No. 726 and equipment rooms at Building No. 3 and on
Lt. (Jg) Gertrude M. Alpert, Lt.I: should visit or communicate with to Washington, though,restricted of I the Mat Area (corner of Mustin and Yorktown Roads).

(Jg) Vaughn N. Early Ens.: Lillian I Civil Service offices in these cities: course, there are many openingsin RECEPTION CENTER. Reception Center, located in south
B. Williams. Ena. Mary M.I I Boston, New York, Philadelphia, the capital. wing of building No. 935: is open to N.A.S. personnel and their guests
Fletcher Ens. :Mary E. Pittsburgh, Washington, Winston- Here are some of the typical from 1000 to 2200 daily.

En, Katherine A Cook, Ens Ruth II Salem, Atlanta Cincinnati, Day jobs: postmaster railway postal HO.\TING AND SAILING_Call extension 623, Yard Craft Build-
I. Hall Ens. Ruth I. Berquist Ens. ton, Detroit, Chicago, St. Paul, clerk, rural carder, postal clerk, cer, for information.
Clara B. Krels, Ens. Clara B. Woo Omaha, St. Louis, Kansas I
City, electrician, photographer com LIBRARY__Located on second tlefck of Mainside Recreation BuildIng .
I dy, and Ens. Gladys 0. Guess I Dallas, New Orleans, Seattle, positor, lithographer, elevator operator I No.3. Openfrom 0800 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and from
x I Portland I San Francisco, Los custodian, stenographer, 1200 to 2100 on Sunday.
FIKI.D IS: CLOSED Angeles Denver, Salt Lake City. I secretary, clerk, weather observers
NAS PENSACOLA Ellyson Also: Honolulu; Balboa Heights, forest architect l'ICNICSAlhletlc gear available for picnics In Welfare Office,
ranger, engineer, ,
Field, in operation since 1 October i C. Z., and San Juan, P. R I draftsman, nurse, accountant, auditor building No. 3. %
1911, has been placed in a caretaker If these offices are Inconvenient, statistical expert, Information l"ISIUNUFresh water casting rods, salt water and fresh water
status. try any first or second class post specialist, librarian, investigator hand lines available in the Welfare Office, Building No. 3.
------- -- office. customs inspector and lit VOLLEYBALL, BADMINTON TOUCH FOOTBALL Officer personnel .

Here Are TheAnswers The federal service Is especially erally thousands of others. previously scheduled tor sports in the Auditorium are requestedto
attractive to disabled! vets, because The federal service offers Its meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized activities

[ special efforts have been made to employes several advantages. Ten CREWS: DANCE, Friday, Nov. 23. Malnside Auditorium, 203i
place them in jobs which they are ure of employment is
unusually ATIIKLE1IC GEARAvailable in issue room, Building. 3.
-------- great. There gear ;
are ample opportunities
I lower ck.
(Question t on Page 2) STRIKER for promotion, sick leave
-' --- -- and annual leave provisions. and
1. (a) is correct. The phrAse appears a retirement plant WAVES WEEKLY PROGRAM
in Job 1920.: I GALLEY This Is something to look into.
2. Yes. I -- THURSDAY
3. In-a republic the citizens govern Hamburger Fry, 1800, hot chocolate, WAVES picnic 'area, guests
through their elected reprelsentati USO Will Give Invited. '
cs.\ In a democracy the peo-/, Conditioning class 1615, shuffleboard court. .
pie governn dirctly in a mass. The Varied Events Hockey practice, 1715, WAVES athletic field.
United States Is,a REPUBLIC and FRIDAY i

not a Democracy. I Thanksgiving open house will be WAVES varsity basketball team practice, 1700, athletic mat.
4. (c) Is correct I
5. True. I Ii observed all day tomorrow at the SUNDAY -
USO Pop conceit, 1300, WAVES club Bl .}i 6. (b) is correct. i opera 7. (a) is false. The Tea Party Community Service at Church M.OND1Y
took place in December, 1773, long and Newnan streets. Movie, 1700, "Cairo." McDonald, R. Young, WAVES galley, rem
before the Declaration of Independence 'I'| reshments, guests invited. -- :
wan wiitten. (b) is true. Special events will be a turkey Conditioning class, 1615: shuffleboard court.
8. Foreign Minister Shigemitsu dinner at 1830 served by the NCCS Hockey practice 1715, athletic field.Tt'KMJAY.

and General Umezu. I Vlctoryettes: and Thanksgiving : ,
9. "Get there fittest with the ball starting at 2030 with music Basketball, 1700, barracks competition, athletic mat, I
moatest", credited tot by the USS Melville\ orchestra. we I :
j'onerally I Conditioning class, 1645, shuffleboard :court. 'I',
Confederate General Nathan Bed All during the day w 1I bo pool i'
ford Forreflt. j I tables: ntng-pongi radios; pianos, R'EDNESDAYBingo :
10. Both/, are made of tfirbon' ext library. snack bar, letter writing, 1800, Bldg. 612 guests invited
cept tht coal is impure carbon I I showers and swimming( pt the], Conditioning; .class, 164,3, shuffleboard court. :
while diamond is pure crystallized US"O. All service men and women DAILY t
carbon. I i have been invited Crafts shop, 1000-2130. Bldg. 720, Rooms 10012. i



Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 21 November, 1945

. : Fliers Go After Number Nine In Return With DoughboysTeam I


Air For I'I Display Many

Long GainsPowerful I { Stars, Punch fJJ:,;

alert, speedy, tricky. By Ralph Warner, SpXSc( )
I that's a few of the choice adjec- Ft. Benning's big and experi

tives heaped upon the NAS grid- yLH enced Doughboy eleven will be in
iron Fliers this season. Now an- irrS the opposite corner Saturday at
other one can be added ersatile. n the Municipal Stadium when the

The Fliers won seven of their 1 highly rated NAS Fliers go after
first eight games mainly on the their ninth victory in one of the
strength of a terrific ground of- feature clashes of the year in

fensive from the T-formation, aid- Jacksonville
ed at intervals by a sputtering -
The game, which) start at
passing game. 1430, is the second between the
But last Saturday at Pensaco hard hitting Army and Nay
la, the NAS eleven uncorked a teams. and off their first victory
dazzling aerial attack to smother the Filer will be favored.As .
the Manned Navy Gosling _
1E''E'nIf' the West Florida city, in the past all service personnel -
48 to 0. It was victory No. 8 for will be admitted free and
the local ele\en. may bring members of their Im-
mediate family and one guest also
Prior to last Saturday, the Fli- .
t ,ra used their air arm sparingly ... without charge. Free transportation .,
to and from the
-< an
though they did have the knackof "
stadium will be provided with
coming through with touchdown .

sky bombs at crucial mo ents. But ,. '" _;. _,,..... _._ busses leaving every few minutes
< w << ,__
: W e It< .s wa.r''IIi\ t'tKISKCAfleIGlt from Mustin and Yorktown, starting -
aa a whole their passing attack Gan-Btu.;;: JoncsY;; ,
effec Jf"t. ;. : ; ,_t'ClNn \, : GUARD' BIL at 1200 Saturday.
could be termed too ,
none < < '; '
: .
tive. fN ; ,: .: )\; Coach Jim Tatum'a alert Fliers

It was a different story against "..' t;;;' ;::. ;'< .J <".<\\l ;' I took advantage of all the breaksto

Pensacola's Goslings. Using a de- '. whip the Benning team, 33 to
\ \ ., : ;
fense designed to halt the Fliers' t "" 7, there three weeks ago in a fiercely *

potent land assault, the Pensacola I''" .. fought game that was closer)
.. ::Ito ;(. .
than the score indicated.
eleven suddenly found Itself blitzed ..' .('>"." ; : :;
by an NAS aerial movement :" '... ; '. else return duel will be a humdinger
which was good for 10 completionsin .... ':,' : wI. ,.,;. -._\ The Army club boasts as
17 tries for a total of 230 yards. : line a collection of stars as any
Jos.teo RAswtaa .l ;
With Quarterbacks Joe Brown .:i\'ti ft- J ': l4tI"r' I service team In the south' and
I Mid Art GUE'peand Halfbacks h h despite a none-too-brlUlant record -
\'ie Schwall and Bobby Hanlon "rt' % of three wins, four losses
plus two or three others, tossing and one tie, the roik'em and
to a wide assortment of receivers k. aodi'em\ DoiiRhboj are tOIl'h to

the fliers tallied three beat

touchdowns on aerials and set up Benning is a firm believer in
three of their other four counters power football and one of its lead

In this manner. x ing exponents Is Aldo (Moose)

Brown plunged for the first Cenci, 240-pound fullback from
score, after passes advanced the Penn State and the Brooklyn Ti
ball to the Pensacola three yard gers. Moose, who, did not receivehis
line. Later the former Georgia c nickname from picking violets

Tech player tossed six pointers to TilE STALWART LINEMEN is not at all timid about crushinginto

Hanalon and Halfback Buddy Mul- pictured here haven't crackedthe a line, and he gave Flier for-

ligan, the plays going 19 and 32 headlines this season but wards a bad time, to coin an un-
yards respectively. they have played important rolesin derstatement, in the initial game

In between these strikes, End the outstanding record com there
Warren Giese reached paydirt on piled by the hard hitting NAS Cenci's colossal charges are alternated -

a 28-yard heave by Hanlon The Fliers. They are a talented, rug- with sweeps by Halfback
other touchdowns were tallied by ged bunch of gridders who have Carl Estenlk, a speedster from
Guepe from one foot out, and by 'W"J played consistently good ball all i Cleveland's John Carroll College.
Quarterback Joe Benka. who went' '...awe+i(#3'f i.y'.bPW1: :; season. 1it.N: ;:, .T:1, ::' I Combined with" ft mod tJlU.sinl
over from the three yard line and --- -- -- game'ir-om th single wing formation ,

then intercepted a Gosling toss to the Doughboys pack a fine offensive -
run 90 yards for the final counter. punch.
Von fibber
Timmons booted four Leaving As Director
Charley Cencl, one of nix pro on the
extra points in five attempts and team, and Kstenik hate plentyof
Jim Young hit two for two. help In the backfield Ith
Lt. Com dr, E. George Van Bib -' .
In completing 10 of 17 passes, I ber promised to turn his oil can Athletics at the University of Con- such\ name players an HUSH Craftof

1 thee most they have thrown In over to Lt (jg) Art Guepe when necticut He also assisted as line FliersSanfordIn Alabama, Dick Mrl'hee and

any ga. :e, the Fliers whippedthe the former steps down, from his coach for the football varsity and Andy Russell of Georgia, Jeff
Goslings at their own fame post as Sports Program Directorthis was freshman baseball mentor. I nurkett of L. S. U. and others
Playoff For
Fensacola tried the amazinglyhigh week. Guepe assumes the du- Since coming Into the Navy Van on hand.
total of 46 passes completing ties in that capacity upon Van Bibber has acted in the capacityof Standouts In the ponderous Ben
19 for 236 ,'ards. How Bibber's departure.For athletic director or assistant to Softball TitleAn ning line are Bob Cherry, 230-
ever no less than seven Gosling that He pound center from Illinois
the past two months the post. was first assigned ; George
tosses were Intercepted,. three by station activities have moved withan to Ottumwa NAS and remained pionship All-Sectional has Softball Cham- llecht, 230-pound guard from Ala
Center John Rapacz. easy precision with Van Bib there until June '43. Next, he wentto for the been arranged bama; Tackle Clyde Johnson, an
On the ground NAS gained 136 ber at the helm. It should be no WTS at Cornell University NAATC. coming week by the All-American from Kentucky who

yards while limiting Pensacola to wonder, then, if ,the oil can needs where he also assisted coaching soars to 250; Tackle Jumbo Montgomery -
25.. Every man on the:, Flier squad refilling Keeping the wheels functioning the Big Red gridders, and then The NAS Fliers, Northern Sec-, a 235-pounder from Tex-
got 1n me game wun the excep-I beneath the sporting moved on to the U of Penn., wherehe tor champs will oppose the South- as A. & M.; and End Mike Spann
tion of Halfback Chuck Hunsingerwho scenes has required a lot of lubri- was stationed until coming to ern Sector titlist, probably San- formerly of the Detroit Lions who
was on the Injury list cation. But he has been Johnny- Jacksonville ford, in a play-off to decide who weighs in at a mere 200.

Tile lineups: on-the-spot and has developed a While aboard this base Van Bib will wear the crown. Every gridder on the 50-man

PENSACOLA Petition NAS FLIERS robust, program however. ber has carved a niche in sports Though they had a tie-game to Banning roster has played college
Owens Bishop "I
Arlin LT Walker Since leaving Purdue In 1931 which will not be' forgotten. The replay with Lee Field before being ball, and the Doughboys have M.
Thornton LG McGarrDubtlnikl- Van Bibber has been connected Athletic program he had setup officially i". the Fliers came much reserve strength as the three
Hinton RG I' with athletics and hopes to con- at the VPB unit while assigned through in fine style last Friday to to four deep Fliers. 6
Allen B. Jones
ieorge: RT Bray tinue in the field when returnedto there was one of the best organized skin the Leemen, 2-1, and lay un- The speedy NAS eleven I Is ex- .JI 'I
llheehas REQB Giew inactive status shortly. As a on the station. Officers and en- conditional claim to the title given peeled to be In top shape, physically -
Wood Brownkchwall listed men made the 1800 them In the Jax Air
Clllnaa LH coach he has shown his wares in up par- News last \ and mentally, for the encounter
Wilson R H Forbes directing the line play for the NAS ticipants under his wing as Squadron Thursday _Its next to last (gameof
Rogers FB I'rant! Fliers, station gridders. athletic officer. In the second inning Kerman the season Chuck Hunsinger, }
/Score by periods: Before he received his commis- Those who have come to believe singled and was
sent to second ace halfback who has )been on
.. . . In his
14 48
HAS liters .0 20 J4- judgments will find the de-
as Bruer
Penaacola . .. ,." ,0 0 0 00 sion in 1942, the former Boiler parture of Van Bibber followed suit. With two the sidelines for the last two j
i Scoring for NASi Brown. Giese. Guepe maker standout was Director of a loss, indeed aboard and the score tied, John games, will get back In action
Hnnlon, Mulligan Benka 2. Points after Slater l walloped a double to center Saturday.
touchdown, Timmons 4. Young 2. driving in Kerman from
Subs, NASi Zimmerman Allsup. Clese, Pensacola Net with the winning tally.'Sambo" seconu Hunsinger a speed merchant.
Qulnn, Bradhnm Hanlon, Harrison, deluxe, was not in the lineup when
Ixther Moyer Perk Guepe Kane, Tim. I, Sams hurled for the the Fliers lost their only game of'ennn
men,. Douglns, Parsons, Cagle, Leslie Team Be FacedAfter NAS club and registered 15 : t"s Corpus Christ! there
Kirkpatrick, Rapaes, Trotter, Schulte Ben- I strikeouts
Im, Young. Ontoln' Cudd, Witt. Akrs a week's layoff Coach Ep- Fields over the distance Lee two weeks ago by 14 to 13. He
Kean, John G. only run was unearned
Jones.Thomas Ilowden Rayburn ler's NAS tennis team was slatedto him, off was fn lured in the first Benning '
game after going over for three I
Subs Pensacola i Brownson, Frost, Mell- match swats with the Lee Field x ___
lcuchdowns.The .
III., Levenhagvn, Callopy', Annlng Hoitter netsters on the Mainslde courts
.. McCory', Lunde, Ring Sosnowskl.Y I yesterday warming up to their Stations Play probable starting lineup fol-
-- --- lows: Ends and !
engagement with the Pensacola Tommy Bishop ,
:- outfit next week. Warren Giese; tackles, Wade :
Tigers Downed The'Goslins from the West Florida t Touch Football Walker and Ray Bray; guards, i

city have a potentially strong I r.mey lcGarry..and Bill Jones; !
Again, 6 to 0 array of netmen and are expected Tuesday the Inter-Station Touch center, Walt Dubzinskl, team captain ,

to-- rmsH r--n -ITntor'a,'--- Vtrtvn-- when,.....- thAtr... I Football League was to have gotten ; quarterback I Art Guepe I or f
The NAS Colored Tigers Buffeted meet' there. under way Joe Brown; halfbacks, Hunsinger \\ I

a 6-0 setback in bowing to the Lee Field bowed twice previously -/' The NAS eleven is coached by and Bobby Hanlon,; fullback",! PIck .u"'fi,
I Jax All-Stars Sunday afternoon at to the 'NAS team, 6-2 and 3-2. Lt (Jg) Barney McGarry and is Krantz. i I I

.I the Ball Park. A tentative date has been composed of the standout players j; "
KJer's Tigers held tVir oppo with Melbourne for the week after I IX from the recently completed Station *
nents in check until the All-Stars I next. leagues.
I pushed across a score in the final JC J I. I I Coach McGarry lion the look- John ]..IeIni 'r
| out for gridders [i tyre formeiNotre Darner assisting -
quarter. BRONCO BLANCIIAKU .. < u who would like
All-Star .<, > ',1 to play with his touch team. Those I in coaching football at Brown. '*: ,
The local tleven: flilcl- NEW YORKIn Fritz Crisler'sbook \ i
.# Interested can reach the coach owns four Air Medals two DFC 1 I!1 11 i
,' .
ed a greatly improved outfit in Army's Felix Doc) Blanchard < :I .
dialing 693.iStations ; and the Silver Star and has been 'i
this second encounter between the is in the same class: with I '
fielding recommended for the Cross. El
teams. The NAS gridders defeated the mighty Bronco Na 'urski of teams in the ,Navy
.... oj' I league Include Cecil Field Lake -"-
the Jax team here 23-6, a few Minnesota and Chicago Dears. ..
wtetui ago. lam. LT. COMDR. VAN DIBBER City Mayport, Beaufort and St, Jax Simons.Muni "No. 1, [, "Four out. of five women haters .'
are worn h.Ha

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21 November 1945


0't' Commercial RECEIVES: MEDAL I


liullrllni renal be aiibmilted prlur U 06(10(
curb Tuesday

"j 1 day bed maltreat and rarer included I
110. MM. H. E. ('Oil, 282 LnVlere. Trl.
-- !
New oust *f bluet, ale 40[ rap complete .
I aiza 7. Lt. 357, Did*. 710, Km. 231.
,--- -- -,
( 1 table) model ra"'j and boya' )E'I'I
reconditioned. Lt. .,mdr. John
fcr.: BOQ, tat. 401.

"-,' '41 Sfudeboker Champion,'2-dour sedan, I
.: 4 food tires, radio neater, food condi

.".... .:ii.- .. > ., ",." J. tion. Deliver 1 Dee Lt. btrauia, Staff

.:.t .. Supply Fxt. 8(96. BId 131. I
ONE OF THE HOST of stars boasted by thelo'C Bennlng: Doughboys : Stove., coal or wood auitabl for beat-
Inc 3 i roomi, 110 1291 .
is Russ Craft, speed demon halfback. Craft, who won grid Cumberland ltd.or

II fame at Alabama, is a fine runner and an excellent passer and pass call Mri. Karp. Ext. TIT.
receiver. He will be in the starting lineup when the Doughboys meet Electric. |to>e, four burn,: completely I
the Fliers Saturday afternoon at the Municipal, Stadium. automatic, excellent condition. 2712 Harvard .

-- -- Ave., Ortega.I .
? A j i
milt of green. 2 trouaens suit of I
A&R Winner Of Four Teams In blueat: = 1 suit of working khaki I; t ihirti, :
I all aiie 18, in .
food condition. C
K. 4...
Smith, Lot 8831.lleywoedWakeficld. ____ m'"' -......'............. << ...
Officer Court TilE FIRST PRESENTATION"here of"an Air Medal, awarded

Touch Playoff ritgr, rhild'i car-bed.all-metal Chief baby posthumously, to the widow of an Army flier who is a WAVE at Iuiuui

L !Play Starting II4JO Allegheny ltd, .:.t. 8132. ur.1 ,fax, was made on this station :Mondjy. Cecilia Potter, S2c,
Matching davenport and chair 115. right, widow of 1st Lt. Leonard R. Potter
it A&R drubbed the hustling POW -. --- W- Jnhninit911111. HiU. A.....- n. .. "' _A_ 'nft.. .' .,. "' __._._ _u__ ___n.... ", received__ the. medal u .from. .
' 1 I 'me uincers' Basketball League Park. -un. --- '"' j. aui "'i. ""UIU'K, nutuifj coiiiinanuing oincer, in me ;a.teraoffice. '
/. Guards eleven, 13-6, in a highly-'I was slated to get under way this The Air Medal with two Oak Leaf clusters was awarded "for
:' spirited tussle on the Mat gridiron morning at the Auditorium courts Kitchen table and four chain studio meritorious achievement while participating in sustained night op-
\" last Friday to capture first placein I with couch and covert easy chair and ottoman erational activities against the in the
two Mediterranean
the EM I games scheduled to beginat platform rocker 2 end-tablo) coffee enemy th.iter
division of the Touch 1000. tablet 9x12 rug 2 complete bunk of operations as radar observer, from 4 August 1943 to 16 June,
.f Football League playoffs. I I A twelve-game schedule was released bedit 1 complete double b.dl: 1 cheat of 1944." Mrs. Potter, from Chicago, is assigned to the Photo Lab. and
Combining a grim determination drawrnt 1 boudoir chair. Very reanonablet has been at NAS Jax since June.
by Lt. Comdr. Van Bibber, apartment might also be ....iI."' ..
{ .
.': with their slight edge in backfield Sports Program Director, which I Jimmy Linn A&1C Electric hop, (7121, ------ .

.... talent A&R's touted gridders had sends the four teams into action txt. 8400.Kelvlnator.

to go all-out to notch the coveted l nine times during the regular cam- refrigerator, 2 fuel oil drama Choir Equal Of Great Lakes
berth. paign.! Units represented in league (50 ,.1.). metal. Lt. (it) B. D. Me- I
The big, fast, aggressive Guards play are MFOTU, Operations, FIS Garry 5>J or 2H17 Lakeahor Blvd.

line battled staunchly and held the and VPB. For tale, breakfast aet. cheat of draw Famed Group Is Sought Here
favored A&R attack at bay untila This morning's contests paired era (large mirror), baby crib (21"s38'), I
forceful aerial assault humbled MFOTU with US while Opera- occasional chair, cot and mattreai. Call
at 144. Cumberland Rd.. Sims of
their efforts in the closing minutesof tions was pitted against VPB. day or evening. R. C. Kennedy any / A choir the equal of the famed -
the fray I Friday the Marines tangle with Bluejacket Choir of the Great

Ramsay, sharp-shooting A&R 1 I jerations and FIS takes on VPB WANTED I Lakes Training Station, which he Thanksgiving

quarterback, fired with deadly precision to complete this week games. Duncan-1'hyfe dining e.t. consisting of formerly trained, is the goal for I
in this final period and cli-] ADMIRAL'S CUP drop-leaf table, ( chain china closet, this station, announced by Robert Continued from rage One
maxed the performance by riflinga Gum Of flcrn' League buffet. It. (jg) R. Rucker, Fxt. 721. Kee, SpWlc.Kee ( The Clay and Adams Street
Nov. Dev Blue raincoat aiie 38. Lt. Drew Martin
thirty yard toss to George MKJ1U v.. FIS il-10 12 Ext. I7S qr 8DJ4. organist and director, de- USO will have a Thanksgiving
er in the end zone for the Operations' va. VFR il-80 U -- sires such a choir here of ability! dinner and special entertainmentat
M* vi Operation 23 5.14 Living bedroom and kitchen fur 1800
FiSh-j room tonight. Thursday has
touchdown. The ended
and :
in order to benefit
game reputation
rH vi VPH 23 5-14 niture. 1234A Hancock St., NAS. Louis
minutes after the conversion.In Mr V. VP1J .* 7-19 Keller, KV3c. the men and further the prestigeof been designated as open house day.
other play-off tilts VM scalped US va Opernt ions -S 7-19 this station I A turkey supper will be servedat
MIRCF LI.ANEOUS 1830 Thursday at the USO Club
T-4 6-0 Boathouse
and defeat- i
I interested In
personnel membership -
.ed VPB, 7-2, while MFOTU and i BUlin,.. lady will ahara apartment. at are being urged to contact I operated by the National Catholic

\ O&G did not play their game by Magic Carpet- I Riveraide. Phone 8031.. Kee at the chapel offices, exten- Newnan Community Streets.Service It at will Church be and fol]
agreement. Itova' hlcvclr 20" or 24" wheel Contact sion 518. Selection for membership I I lowed at 20.00 by a Thanksgiving
FINAL STANDINGS Lt. Wall.\ Ext. 8331.( ommlsiary is on the basis of a few simple dance.
In Commandant I'up Competition 'U. S. to Tokyo Office, MATT
tests. I
Tn.i..Thura. league I More Dances Set
Team Won Lout CARD OF THANKS Those enrolled
as members of A similar dance will be
AK M :2 at
'1-4 U I 1 Only 36 Hours Robert Batea. Janitor of Bu l.lin" 9": 3l the choir are placed in zero duty 2000 tonight at the Women's Division -
M 'OTU 11 3 : .,1 l foimeily) of 954, winhea to thank the status and are granted liberty ev- of the USO-NCCS, 43 West
i, VPB II. -*...nnrl of these building who con- ery night, in return for which they Monroe Street. Tomorrow
US:: 7 7 I Sty MORKIE SANDKOF, In lnit"d Generously to his ulster I Lena there
Main Galley S 11 King, after the InU..'. home burned with on Thursday and will be a breakfast from 9 to 1100;
Public Work ,2 12 Honolulu Air News -- Passengerswho "'."" I.. '. Friday evenings from 1715 to 1815 a ping pong tournament at 1100
9 14 travel with the Naval Air -- and
.' SuPllyJL sing the Sunday morning a hospital party at noon: a tea
; Wed-Frl. I.eaiue
Transport Service Command can services.
dance at 1600 and
Team Won Lost ChristmasContinued a bridtre tourna.
I TOW Guards 11 1 breakfast in San Francisco, eat a "The choir provides an opportunity ment at 1930. -
4 6 light lunch aboard a luxury air-
\ VM for men attached to this station The USO-Y\VCA
I. OAG ( 7 from Page One at Jacksonville
liner and arrive at Honolulu's Naval
4. to sing fine music in a pro- Beach will feature
Hoathoui a candy
a' Air Station with time to spare the holidays, and as quickly as we making
$.IVllrre a, fessionally trained organizationunder party at 2000
.x__ for an early dinner date. place it on the counters, it's gone! the direction of a man who same hour Thursday tonight it, and will at the

.: Presaging a new era of air So if you want to avoid being I has gained an enviable reputationin a buffet supper and a formal sponsor -

I Salvage transportation for Honolulu civil- caught without Christmas" gifts, the field of choral music," the dance.
ians and service alike you'd better buy now.
personnel chaplain's office said. I Events also have been
'r the new fast modern service now Have Card! Soon -X_ for colored arranged
\ Continued from Face One offered by NATS is but a small Christmas cards have not been the 702 West service personnel at

purposes largely for fluxing in the sample of what lies in store for received yet, but are expected anyday Lt. Chernfak 'Is I tonight and tomorrow.Beaver Street USO
future local travelers. the officer .
.teel industry. now, statedstore The USO's
-- are calline attention
The new$12,000 furnace, which Four engined Douglas Skymas- nours Will remain me same to the Thanksgiving Day football
t will be in operation here by the ters make the trip to the Main- during the holiday shopping sea- game to be played between Jack-

first of the year, was explained land without effort in less than son, but extra clerks are being Lt. Solomon E. Cherniak, son and Lee High Schools at 1430
;" to the group. They were told that twelve hours. Depending princi- hired to handle the large volumeof the new Jewish Chaplain of in Municipal Stadium.

M': the most efficient and economical pally on weather conditions en business. NAS Jax, succeeding Chaplain L. Arrangements have been made
here and the need to The Station Post Office is ex- J. who detached for for
'!' methods of smelting learned route carry more Stillpass, was service men and women to
: would be applied to the tremendous or less fuel, the soft cushioned pecting a large volume of Christ- duty in the Philippine Sea Fron- have dinner In private home If
scrap piles at RFC depots. transports carry from twenty to mas mail despite the reduction in tier. they desire.

The total of this station's salvage thirty passengers each. Comfort- personnel caused by demobilization. Chaplain Cherniak arrived here ---i t-

equipment will be $225,000 upon able reclining seats make for all To insure prompt delivery, no mix- 11 November from the Coast OTU
completion of the furnace, they the comfort afforded by such fast ups, and to ease the expected Jam, Guard Training Academy, Man- IS NOW ATU

were told by Capt. Roark Montgomery rail streamliners as the "City of personnel are urged to advise cor- hattan Beach, N. Y. Operational Training Units are
supply officer, NAATC. Los Angeles." respondents of their correct box y now known as Advanced Training

During the past six months the To care for all the travelers' number, and to use their full name A far-western newspaper heads Units, it has been announced by

Navy has salvaged more than six needs and comforts en route, pret- and rate. All hands are also urgedto the list of births, marriages and NAATC.
million dollars worth of equipment i ty Wave flight orderlies attend pick up parcels promptly upon deaths briefly and to the point: The change to ATU was made to

at NAS Jax, exclusive of passengers constantly and answera receipt of notice of registered ori I matched and dis- j conform with the recent change of
engines, radio and radar equip- myriad of questions.' insured mall. I I Ipatchedl"I name from NAOTC to NAATC.
ment tires ordnance and other
material. About a million and a looking Flying sea 8,000, passengers feet over the travel smooth in 'NOW SING WE ALL WITII ONE ACCORD' .

half pounds of aluminum scrap
I a straight steady motion without
) : obtained by cutting up aircraft the ups and downs caused by air
haVe already been sold from this, currents common over land and

yard to private industry, mainly I mountain areas.Westbound yja

.. ; for experimental purposes. I air travel to such
i Naval and civilian personnel I I points as Guam, Manila, China and rr
;1";" showed how they remove all parts I Ir Japan take another major portion

: which are usable in repairingf { of NATS operations. The same typeof

l f I other flyables.l plane is used for such flights in
how huge
The saw
addition to a number of cargo lin-
!1 t' metal shears snap a wing in two c a ,,,
mall and freight to
t ers carrying e F3
/ with one bite of the mammoth outlying fleet and Navy bases.
Jaws so.that the wing will be furnace -
\ Important stops en route to the
"I size and can be handled more islands of Johns-
: far east are the
f. : I easily. They saw how black- ton Kwajalein, Eniwetok, Guam,
s : coated Navy firemen and asbestos- Yaw ,,, 'k a a, J Ve t
I Samar and Okinawa. For one to
; clad rescue men save pilots and
land to
three hours planes
: planes from oaring gasolineflames refuel and recheck engines. Pas-
i that NAS Jax is on sengers are fed at permanent
I I : saw
messing quarters and then leboard
the Job In reconverting to peace-i
the next
their stop.
time needs of industry. planethan
In thirty-six hours
? .- --
travelers from San Francisco can
SELL FDlf BONDS complete their Journey to as far

fDli IL. I ffl Franklin D. Roosevelt :Memorial away points as Tokyo. For the
I I bonds are being sold at the War present, however, such service is

ii.l" ,tt!;i. Dond Promotional office In Build- reserved for the rare,class one pri- ,. _

}ng 30The .' ority. ; --
bonds, which are of $200 y -TliE-fTATIOX'CHOIR pictured bo'e was started at NATTC and later; augmented by men from

maturity value, are inscribed with A wedding ring is like a tourniquet the various departments and sqaudrona. of the Main! Station. An effort is being made to"'expand th*

the picture of the late President -it stops your circulation. choral; group. '.



Page Eight CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS 21 November, 1945



Civilian News ---- ------ -- --
Employees Ethel :M. Shanahan -

The ladies are organizing! Who I '-
Addru. Communications to EtlitorUI Offices !
.. said they can't? This time it's the SUPPLY .
Pr onn l Relation Office, Bid.* 45), Box II '
I '
TvUtihon Extension 4SJTh Public Works Ladies Bowling r/

Civilian Emi>loym Now., i two-pun section of the Ju Atr N w., li devoted The biggest gambler in your League composed of Helen Davis! cj5ALLiES}
to rtpoitlntf. the new* of the Naval| Air M.Uon'. Civilian Employ\: *** and town may' never, have had a cardor (Adm.), Gen Hojce (Housing),
I. .iponnoiwi, tht a pair of"dice In his hand. We're Bertha Spears ( )
Emplo,...' AMOclitloit for dull S.nlr. };mpl*)>... about the fellow who II
talking : ( soil Perkins ( )
Of fcer.( walks the streets after drinking.The Mr*. Haley ( Malntenance.lua-I) t "
Keneth M. McDuffl. TrviMi-nt. Philip D. Myn. Treasurer 'staltes are his life.
bowl every
llorln Cnnimwiy, S cr taryDirector
) Maybe you're gambler. The National and Main Bowling Parlor When By LEOLA JONES

Florin Rannnway (Gtn'l) Frank. H. McKinley (PW) Safety Council says that someone breaks 100 it will) be column THANKSGIVING DAY 1915"
I William O. KincalJ, Il..n'l. !) J. ... JMtlei (1'WM > liquor is a factor hi at least one in news! ,
..ll c. Jackson (A A K) Kenneth M. MrUuffl (Supply) every' five fatal.! traffic accidents. Chief; James Byron (Housing) is --truly a great thanks giving daytOl'
Joseph IHVHII . My or, (Supply In cities, over half the accident many qf us! To suit the ec'Slion. -
now a happy civilian! He receivedhis
Charles. !: Held (A R) here's short writtenby
victims are pedestrians. Clearly after 21 via poem
Newt Repol tin, StiffAssembly discharge years Harold Stock Con
Dlggeat (
chances aren't too good, even
and Repairsi your the retirement route. He is stay-
t'i i heed Reporter' ., .......................... ...... .. ..,., Euloon VIlllnghamInipKtion cold sober. When you drink, you Ing in Jacksonville until he decides trol) :
Uv|>artni nt, : stack the cards against yourself "THE SCHEME OF THINGS
lUnd Reporter .. ....... ................... ... ... ..... Helen M. Styron what to do and where to go. ET ERNAL"

Public Hex Work Reporter Department, .. ,...!............................ ..... ., Ethel M. Shatmhmi leadingman Perry E. Glbbs laborer(Maintenance resigned to) When cold winds blow, and skies

Supply Head rpnrtmentt Reporter, ...... .. ....... ..................., .. ., .. .". .. LeoU Jones ... Road return Department to his old job in with Jacksonville.the State And are the grey village bells toll a passingday

There is an exclusive group that'
The wind It neither kith
BAR. has membership in the 90 daysor
MISTER- accumulated leave club!" nor kin. _
CIVILIAN OF THE WEEK ,t tt utt R They over are those who during the war It chills. us deep, deep down within. -

Ai ALIIA1NG take their time earned.
could not
Service On The StationBy Np
Longest Now, it is recommended that they The Fowl and Beast seek shelter
Barbara J. 1'inley whittle their leave time down to the where,

N. C. Farmer, Civil Engineer Seaman Gives Nuptial peacetime 60 day limit. Out of the cold for food and care

and Supervisor in charge of surveys Vows Nautical Note Peter Capps (Adm.) member of The Robin chirps from his perch
in the Design Section of Pub- the above-mentioned group, is on 1 on high. "" ,.
Through a Navy service
lic Works, has served longer than 4r a three-weeks vacation in New Or- Sending his challenge to a snow- .
any other man on the Station at a sailor offers this version of a leans and points west. Another Is laden sky.

NAS. wartime wedding ceremony Edna Dew It t (Adm.) also.- on a

On 14 October 1939 he came to Chaplain: "Wilt thou, John, have three-weeks leaver? These are the days when JacK
work for NAS when the offices I this woman as they wedded wife, Mr. Garth( (Elec.) is working off Frost sings,
were in the Barnett National Bank Ito live together In so far as the some of his leave overhauling his As he blows his breath of I icy wind

Building with Comdr. Cotter, now Bureau of Naval Personnel will car. Besides being an expert electrical Telling us all to be of good cheer.And .

Admr. Cotter, Officer in Charge of allow? Wilt thou love her, comfort I engineer, he is also an expert trust in our Maker who U always

Construction.Mr. her, honor and keep her, take her mechanic.Mr. near.
Konndtree, Quarterman Metal -
Farmer was born In Hang-I to the movies and come home sends such in His
I God us days,
Shop, took ten days leave! The
all ?
ing Rock Ohio, a small village on 1 promptly on place was expected to close down, scheme of things,
Man "I will..
the Ohio River and attended Iron : but it is still To teach us to Jove Overcoming o/
1 I I Chaplain: "Wilt thou, Mary,
ton High School In Ironton, Ohio. Spring _
}.r... It is rumored that friends of "
take sailor
When he graduated, he entered I l I this as thy wedded With warmth
Mr. Murray'J (Joiner Shop) may its early as a new
I husband in mind
bearing liberty
Ohio State University's College of hours just how and where do these get him a ten gallon hat for his found day
ship schedules restrictions pedestrian
Engineering at Columbus, Ohio. I' As gently the sun drives the cold
as Quarterman for NATTC.
II watches sudden orders, uncertain deaths occur? Nearly half Job
Moved South mail conditions and various ,other the pedestrians killed are crossing Broolcle West (Adm.) messengerwith away.

After leaving the university he I problems of Navy life? Wilt thou In the middle of the block or coming that very attractive southern He gives us these contrasts, the
moved South where he later
ac- him and love honor and from behind accent has resigned to go back
obey wait parked cars. work of His hand,
i cepted a position as resident en-I for him to learn to wash, fold and Hundreds are killed crossing the home.North Carolina! So that you and I may understand
gineer for the Georgia State J. II. Lee in the Ad-
a newcomer
his uniforms?" right place but at the time
press wrong The depth of His love in all iU
ways working out of Augusta, Ga. ministration Building, is in the
Girl: "I will. _,for instance, when the traffic phase,
It was here that he met and mar- Public Works
Pied Kathleen Ingram. Also in Au- Man: "I John, take thee, Mary light is against them. Or, in the' better known Personnel as ""Information Office, ,' That's why we get these miserable
as my wedded wife from 1700 to wrong way, diagonally across inersectlons. days.
he work for I IAnnelta
'gusta, Please!
Engineers I 0730, as far as permitted by my I
National on mill construction commanding officer, liberty hours Many, however. cross at the ISIhlt'rbBc'k (Adm) Sec- He sends them to see, if we really
This work included a subject to change without notice right time and in the right place. retary to Public Works Officer, is I,| care, .

million-dollar textile finishing mill for better or worse, for earlier or But they make some other mistake flying to Indianapolis, Indiana, forThanksgiving Enough for His Love, these hardships
with services on an additionaipow-, later, and I promise to write at such as depending too muchon at home. I' to bear,
er plant in Clearwater, South Carolina The Isaac Walton of Maintenance
least once a week." drivers.To And to those victorious, who com
Girl: "I, Mary take thee, John, ( be safe on the streets today, are looking for a good strong I; through the test.
Employed by Navy as my wedded huhband subject to you must be not only alert but I man to paddle a boat, but do not lie prominent thetu all n a Sweet
In 1930, Mr. Farmer was em- the orders of the officer of the sober. When you've been drinking apply unless you can paddle for Heavenly Itesl!' !
ployed In the Public Works Department eight hours!! Contact Ext. 325!
deck residence when- are slower. Also
changing your responses ,
of the. Navy ct Marine France! Collison ( Design) S I Irma Johnson
cy. and Helen
ever the ship moves, to have and drink makes you careless YOU'VI ( Sylvester
Barracks, Parris Island, South I to hold as long as the allotment shoved a couple of aces up the old to Design Superintendent has returned of Award Section have joinedthe
Carolina, where he was engaged in' to work after her
conies through regularly and thereI Grim Reaper's sleeve. operation' ranks of the Homeless that
construction. and other engineeringwork. I give thee my troth." I Stay sober if you want to stay sooner than expected and is look explains their inquiries of "Any

Chaplain: "Then let no man put alive, and cross a street only when ing very well. vacant rooms today" That doesn't
I I asunder these whom God and the I you're sure you can make it all and has returned to civilian life, worry Shirley Collier who has (after .
a Bureau of Naval Personnel have the way to the other side safely. and has retutrned to civilian life, days of search) found an apart
+ r I Itchy Nettles, resigned to make ment and Flora I"iinkensteln who
I wrought together. By virtue of the i 1 --X-
I I't' authority in Navy regulations of! housekeeping her full time job! I after moving the other day, declared
,g the Bureau of Personnel Manual One Suggestion LeRoy Toke (Arch.) is oiling up that she'd never move another
y and the latest of bulletins from the! his gun for the hunting season and time, It's much easier justto

Bureau of Personnel concerning I has been displaying his license, move the house .
Wanted From which, I Incidentally, costs a trifle' I II Much
matrimony you are now man and I ., : excitement was created In
wife by direction of the commanding more this season. nub GoetlertCivil Stock Control over the wedding
officer." Each EmployeeThe I ( ) and Mr. Toske entered a I.loyd mrnion. SKV3c. The bride
i heated discussion on the best I I Katherine(
.. _x. Patterson HpX)3c) arrived
do s9A revised program of the Ben method of protection against by plane from Pensacola;
1A ACCESSORIES eflclal Suggestion Committee snake bites while hunting, LeRoy I they were married In the Chapelon

broadens the interpretation of eligibility advocating leather laced boots_ I the Station We miss Carl
DIVISION greatly liberalizes awards, Bob boots with heavy duck trout.-! P. Krlter who is recuperating at
and streamlines the procedure. ers hanging loose. Seems material! home from a minor operation. Best

ELECTRIC; SHOP The Committee believes that when snares the fangs! wishes for a speedy recovery .
1 every employee of this The advance listing for 1946
By Ruby MjerJlmrnle .. Activity Geneva Chester is spending a weekat
il", t&4r shares the benefits af the calendars is now under '
Linn who transferredfrom sugges- way. The home (Quincy). Her brother,
t Pearl Harbor to this base, is tion program and offers even one ones with the form beautiful are Sgt. Meadl Chenler, U. S. Army
leaving us soon. Hate to see suggestion the purpose of its plan most in demand. Since the supply has just returned from two years
&,0. Jimmie! you will have been fulfilled.All is always limited, first come.-hrst I overseas duty and is to become a

Jeffcoat, J. K.. Sic who just re- rates are eligible except su- served. civilian soon Audrey Vaugha
turned from a 17 day pervisors, although suggestions x visited her parents In Baxley, Ga.,
leave has been called again emergency to be outside their line of duty might Camden, N, J. (CNS--,Grounds recently fUml L. England Is .
with his father still seriously ill make them eligible for divorce: George Hoover, his very proudly displaying an honorable -
in Columbia S. C. All divisions are covered;: from wife charges, stole her electric Disenrollment Certificatefrom

B. ('Noonan i iq- with us again Assembly and Repair to the Hangars Iron, her china, a 5-pound sack of the U. S. Coast Guard Re

after three days uk leave last and_ from....,_ Public Works to In- sugar, her fur coat and her girdle, serves. This was in recognition of
Having ;;n.---d ten years at that week .1'.VIl. HU !natter what yo you as well as $2 from their baby's his service of 1023 hours on a voluntary

station, he transferred from Par- We extend our deepst sympathy can improve, earn an award. No piggy bank and then spent the $2 basis We're proud of you
rid Island to Jacksonville in the :' to W. C. Holllnjptuorth who lost idea is too microscopic to be considered and pawned the other items. j Mlsta'

fall of 1939. At NAS he made stud- hi* father recently Little ideas lead to big solutions. -
lea In connection with the Carrier, Henry Ltotll'n'has "holiday" The Atomic Bomb was the
Turning Basin now known as the I I leave and will visit friends in Ml result of many small ideas. It has t
Naval Auxiliary Air Station at Ami. been used for destruction, but no

E Mayport and also worked on Ruby Mjern visited her family man can estimate the benefits r
for'the establishment of the which may result to mankind in ;
i plans over the week-end in DeLand, and
Station at Banana Rtver, Mr. her sister in Lakeland the years to come 3d8/
Farmer associated with Mr Remember, an idea has no value
was FUher, II. W., AEM3c, spent the
Nichols, then a civilian at NAS week-end with his folks !In Jena. unless shared. One of your fellow .
and now* a Naval Officer based ,ln 'near the Gulf of l\exlcoi' workers has won over $2,000 In Civilians To Observe Thanksgiving DayIT'S

California. Mr. Nichols was, in Winkle, It. V., AEM3c.. left, two years while many others have
charge of .all construction on ,the Thursday for 19 ,days, leave, and sent in from six to 20 suggestions.Why TI'KKEV: DAY-Thursday, 22 November 1945. Looking
Station f a t that, time. Thanksgiving ,dinner'at. hU home not start your first one to- forward to it? Of course, why not. It has been' some time since
Mr. Farmer has had charge of in Kentucky, day? Drop it in the box providedfor most families have had their entire group aroll d..the. dinner table

the preparation of many plans here Congratulations to !Mr. and Mr*. suggestions in your division, or leisurely gnawing at a turkey.
ton the Station including railroad Bigelovt, 718, on your 21th wedding mall direct to the Recorder Mar- The hilarity of it all might be deafening, but it sure will be
tracks, boathouse, road to radio Anniversary November 15th! garie D. Putnam Box.*22, Personnel fun. The "life of Reilly" in full swing for every employee at NAS

tower, roads and.utilities to housing Klaiiic: Chumerlln who( resigns Relations..,. ,, for the first time in three years- turkey dinner with all the trim- .
facilities and compressed air N v.e." j\ correction snouu be m 1 rigs (wishbone,
Friday has been in the Electric cranberry sauce, plum pudding and all)-- a prayer ."
system, and at the present time I Shop for fifteen months. made on last week's Beneficial of thanksa few extra hours sleeps the radio tuned In to that

he is Civil Engineer in charge of Suggestions article. Lt. Comdr. favorite Thanksgiving Day football classic Yes, truly the Thanksgiving
all surveys on the Station and on I "Wanted for responsible post- Dexter D. Butterfield representsthe for which we have been waiting, and here's hoping it's enjoyed
Auxiliary! Stations in the Public tion Harvard man or equivalent," Inspection Department and not l.Iyal1,

Works Department. A Yale man answered: "In regard I the Supply Department.
He has a keen interest in engineering to your advertisement, do you __JC- --
> and'It is In this work that mean two Dartmouth men or one Buffalo, N. V. (CN!>i---A city
he devotes most of his time, actIng i Yale man working half time?" budget hearing was interrupted
:1 as Program Director of the when a glass skligbt tell out 'of
Engineering Professions Club. sing in the choir, and participates the citv hall roof, conking a'coim-
Mr. Farmer la an: elder in the I in v ..lolL8. other church activities oilman on the nob. Fundj for re
+ Riverside Presbyterian Church, He is also a member Post! No: a, pairs to roof and councilman were
I Khere hi teaches Sunday School\ Ameriian, Legion. added to the budget immediately.

21 November 1945. CIVILIAN JAX. AIR NEWS NEWS Page Nine


1 By Teddy Lull DIVISION .

Thirteen.- .a very unlucky number
Bj I), Uansby
for Ordnance, Of course, as all What! A new Division Officer

hands remember that day we join Again ? ? Yes, that is right, Lt.
k ed day and plght shift, and we Moore is checking out of tne Navy

; I' : were all set to do a good job even In December, and Lt. Uillm from

If the first few minutes did feel as the Metals Division is taking over
If we were so crowded we didn't I the duties of the Plant Division
t eti" have enough elbow room. How i Officer. This time it will be moreon

i o a v ever, that Isn't the part we are the permanent side, since Lt.
r- } speaking of about mid-morning Willis is regular Navy and is not
the civilians were gathered together likely to be checking out in the

and told our work at Assemblyand next few months. A good job was
A ,
A t Repair was completed, except, done by Lt. Moore and our thanks
cv S ; L of course, the cleaning up. The goes to him. Our best wishes to

sailors, too, are about to leave. In Lt Willis, and also our coopera-

fact, on Wednesday morning the tion.One
following were transferred to the I of the lucky people that is
Blue Jacket Guard: S. Ellsworth, going to be out for 30 days avoiding

T Sip, E. Tovlnittl, S2o, J. A. Cicala losing annual leave is Clarence
S2c, I.. J. Juras S2r, C. S. Shirley,I Lamb in the drafting room
Sic, A. Raymond, Sic, It. S. Con-I He is going on a vacation that will
nor, Sic, S. C. Perkins, S2c<<, be a vacationthe whole month of
Bridges, Sic, and G. A Thompson, December. Have a good time Mr.
Sic. On Thursday the following Lamb, but don't forget to come
< were transferred to the Plant II. back to work next year_1946* We

I F. Williams AOMSc: J. W Hani- wish you and your family a Merry

T'T''s man, AOFSe:! I'. C. Dalj, AOMSc: Christmas and a Happy New
I J. J. Con>,', AFC2c, ,W C. House, I Year,
:t1 t1r AFC2c and J. L. Sanders AO\13.1: We have missed Mr. Joe Parsons

Lots of luck to you and our very I who has been sick all week,
I best wishes to each and everyone| but.we hear that he is better and
of the civilians who are about to will soon return to our family

leave John Klopp, ACMM jumped off
p Lieut. Tribble, who was DivisionOfficer I the deep end Friday night by wed-
in Ordnance before his ding Dorothy JIaiiffbauer. We do
transfer, visited us recently. W* I wish you both the best of luck and If",

were glad to see him again I many years of happy married life

A BUSY AL"'TI\'ITY in the Supply and I Welcome back Chief G. P. Wlruk. together.
Accounting Department Is the Joiner Shop. Here the join- ,
construct install and items such We know you enjoyed your Our new employees in the division
ers repair as cabinets, desks, crates, etc. Shown above at a jointer
I machine are (left to right) James H, Barnhart, Sr Frank Cork, and Ernest McLaughlin, Quarter- ten days at the school in New are Helm P. Diipree and
man Joiner. York and your 15-day leave I :Mary C. Whitson, who have been

-- ---- .--- -- -- I, Teddy Lull, have a small note transferred from Machines Division
of apology'to all those' who "made I Mrs Delight 1allhwho
INSPECTION I WAKE UPSCREAMING Do You Know-- news" and yet were never men is working} in the Division Officer's

1 tioned In the Jar Air Ne\\s. Like I Office, and Franklin I'lojd, work-

DEPARTMENT If et'er you lose your way, you all women. I have an alibI. I didn't ing in the Joiner shop. Greetings
can use an ordinary watch to' determine i work on both shifts, but I tried!;I to all of you1!!
It;' Helen M. Styron A sailor in the South Pacific north and south, and. from asking several people each week I I i Do you know that Franklin

We are delighted to welcome wrote a friendly letter to a girl this reading find. the four points of for news. TJie result was that I Floyd was discharged from the

)11811 Veronica Buys, Clerk-Typist, I back home. She answered in a I the compass. To do tint, turn the 1 I received very little help. I thought I]I CB's 9th October 1945 after almost -
more-than-friendly manner Whenhe watch so that the hour hand points it would be different now that we three years' service? He .
who has transferred to the Inspec 1 reciprocated warmly, a succession to the sun. Halfway between the i are together, but I guess it's too I'served under the 7th Fleet, and

tion Department from Buckingham of increasingly passionatelove hour hand and 1Z clock is south ,, was attached to the 78th Battal-

Army Airfield, Fort Myers. letters ensued culminatingwith Below the equator, this halfway/ -- -- II ion going through boot camp in
the girl penning a missive of point is naturally north. late.GATE Camp Perry, Virginia. He served
Miss Huss has been
assigned to such high temperature that she GOSSIPIt overseas for 28 months and was
the Assembly Inspection Office. I thought surely her South Pacific I I lucky enough to come out of all
Helen Nei\tOil of the Engine Overhaul Romeo would be unable to outdo homa According to the laws of Okla- has been noticed that Otis three battles unhurt. Mr Floyd
Office I it. Inflammable was even stamped baseball is considered a Charles Stephens has heart trouble started back to work in A & R
Inspection is on a vacation I in red ink on the envelope. A few I II "public sport" and all who engagein i !! It hardly seems like a November 1945, and we are hap
in South Carolina. I weeks Jater she received an Can i it on Sundays are liable to prose. safe place to work in Personnel py to ad him to our "family."

Men Js. Wheeler, former Inspector I' swer __an envelope containing. cution by law. Relations where personal interests This is the tlaie for Thanksgiving -
in Engine Overhaul, has resign- mere ashes. I are concerned. Owen Ta"llIr'sI I and this one should mean

ed his position and Is re-enlisting __ I As many as ten million ('()()
in the Army. Mr. Wheeler prior'I On New York's Second Avenue, matches can be NIt from the ai'ei- I I lunch time It may have something 1941 now that many families are

to his recent discharge from the the owner of a sma 11 j shop left this age ut'stern pine, three feet across to do with the food rather than being united after many years

Army, was a Master Sergeant and.I I sign hanging on his door: Gone, and 200 feet high the department Edith; Brook apart. Let us all take a little timeon
had six service to his credit. ,
years to the blood bank come along." I is expecting diamonds from her Thursday from our regular holiday
Thanksgiving Day will be a timo = I Certain colors, more than others, husband in Belgium any day now rounds and really give
for each of us to make a survey. He that the diamond market I thanks that our side won and that
I seem to exert
!' Going into the Battle of Okinawa depressing effecton
of the for which
things we
many there favorable for
people For instance when over is most I II we are one of the lucky people
a doughboy wore this sign the
are thankful. Until KuNcli, Inspector -I historic Blackfliars I investment Believe it or not" living in the United States.
In the Metals Accessories Divi- on his"helmet: "Don't shoot121 don was black Bridge in Lon- 31 r. Carson Is spending a few days ____x_____
son, feels that she really has more points. i, noted suicide painted it was a fishing at Dunnellon A hearty I 1o:.St'E TK3IPOK\KY: CAlm
leap. Since it has
than her share this jear Her hus-r, new been !; welcome to Brownie Carter, who Only personnel who patronizethe
secretary painted the
the green, suicide toll
Needing a
band, Sgt Elmer Raisch, of the recently joined Personnel Relations Commissary Store regularlyare
U. S. Army, has just arrived in firm's president decided to have there has decreased 40 per cent. I II I I from A & R I lash!! The topic i i required to hold permanent

California after 30 months' serviceIn applicants judged by a psychologist. I .' M M S.. I I of conversation these days In Personnel permit cards, it was announcedthis
the Phoenix Islands Marshall Three girls were interviewed A new cigarette paper, recently Relations is the formal'' week in the Flan-of-the-Day.

Islands and the Mariannas Ruth's together. I developed, mil shed wafer and dance to be held Friday evening, i i Uniformed transient personneland
brother, Staff Sgt. Herbert 1"1 \\hat do two and two make ? keep cigarettes fresh in all ueath- 23 November in the Cadet Room I those who shop at the store

Isaacs arrived last week from a the psychologist" asked the first I er. Tasteless and odorless, it is I of the Hotel Windsor Many prep- only on rare occasions can obtain
30 months' assignment In Italy I "Four, was the prompt answer. now being used eaclushely by the arations are being made for the, temporary permits at the entrance

Her cousin, Sgt. Kenneth Hawkins, I To the same question the second" services, but it will be aiatlable/ special permanents, door, and need not make application

is also arriving from a year of girl replied: "It might be 22. Th. for general consumption soon, II dresses, etc. F.velwi, Sandy! for permit cards.
third answered: "It might b*
duty in Germany. All three of girl missed us so much she couian t I
.. these young men, the husband, the 22 and It might be four The Scarecrow, who you no stay away. After an absence of I nois, has joined the Employment
brother, and the cousin will be In I When the girls had left the doubt believe along with nearly I two months, she has rejoined Per- Section .Inez Brooks receiveda

Mrs. Ralsch's home for Thanksglv- I' room, the psychologist turned triumphantly everyone else, was invented to keep so.mel Relations. Glad to have you cable from her husband, Jimmy,
ing. We hope that Mrs. Raisch was to the president birds away from crops, is as far ick. Evelyn! >E;"" Hall (Per- I saying that he is on his way home
able to find that biff turkey she : There.." he said, "that's what psy-, away from the truth as It possibly sonnel Relations) is really happy after 17 months in the South I'a-
said she would need. I chology does The first girl said could be these days: She now has an experienced cific George E. Barker has returned

harry Watts,, AMMlc. Inspector the obvious thing. The second'I The original scarecrow had nothing card punch operator Nel-! to NAS after more than
in the Metals and Accessories Di- smelled a lat The third 'U go- I to do with-birds In ancient Jeanne It. Kennedy :.MarianLeighton I three years service in the Navy.He .
Mslon, happened to pick up a local Ing to have it both ways" Now, Greece-as In some primitive partsof has returned after a left NAS in August of 1942

newspaper a few days ago. On the what girl will you have I'I the world today-the head of a : week's vacation looking very well''I and started his boot training at

front page he saw a picture of his The president did not hesitate. slain enemy was often put on a indeed Everyone Is glad to Norfolk, Virginia. From there he
own brother, who had first been "I'll have the blonde with the blue stake and set up in the fields. This hear that I.II'YIartln is recuperating went to Newport, R. I", Navy

reported missing and then had been eyes," he said I I was believed to have magic value'as at the farm in Green Cove I Yard Washington, D.' C, Sub Chaser

reported as dead, reestablishing a fertility charm. To create Springs after a recent operation ) Training Center, Miami, Flor-
his identity The real truth is that! A Navy physician on a battle the Illusion of a man's in the Naval Hospital A for-1 i ida, and to Bremerton Navy Yard,
his brother bad been a prisoner of ship in the Pacific recently received short piece of wood was tied a m-T employee, William It. Coby. I Washington. He served 27 monthsin
war in Japan. Yes, this will be a from his fiancee a snapshot tak two wise to the state and a khlamys, a recently discharged from the ; the South Pacific, receiving his
real thanksgiving for the Wattsfamily en on a beach and showing Army Air Corps visited the Employment discharge 13 October 1915 He rejoined -
I ___.&"..... h' while shirt-like garment of the. ancient
I couples smiling tuintiiksuiT Greeks o\'E'r-it. Office this week j I the Labor Board 19th November
lfr'l.Iurlt'l sat alone at one side, for- was pulled | Illl-l
If you should see his girl I Later in Janet L'tMorton; from Chicago. ,
history these
Mitchell wearing an unusual ar- I j i lorn and lonely. The accompanying lugubrious -
ray of lovely stones, they will be I letter explained that this was fertility mannikina inducers were replaced by
the ones recently sent her by her how she was fretting away: the representing Dionysus
I until he returned. At first god of fruitfulness. A mask of '
son, Vernon, frcvn Burma., I time
1 delighted, displaying the god now took the placeot the
was Tc.chTraCen.
A little bird tells me that a cer- I the physician
to several fel- human head-hunting trophies. In
tain bakery has special order foe it proudly ,
however this more humane form, the magic
a very special birthday cake. How low officers. That night, '
many candles did Isaac Clieves' say,|I after studying It a long time in device was generally adopted in
should go on his cake this 'epll'.uah ? I silence, he turned to his roommate. i Europe, "survived the centuries
t\. Verner of the Main Inspection "John." he said, "I wonder who with only minor changes and was i
Office will spend Thanksgiving 1 I took that picture?" transplanted to America, where it
'I became the prestht-day I scarecrow. '
: at Orlando and Daytona x. -- ;
Beach I n attorney was horrified when
hid client told him that he had "I've got a new job." It}. Emma !Sue McLrndTHVMiXJlMXtt Howard E. Millan, who was attached -

CKUTIFICATKS SENT 'JO sent a case of Scotch to the Judge Where are you working now?" )).\Y I, to this activity, is now a s J
," "In civilian, but is back with us as
ClVllIANSRecognition "You're sure to lose' your case a watch factory. We, the American people, have ,
told his client a man What do you do In a watch :Storekeeper in the AEM School.
the attorney
of Service Certificates
S much for which to be thankful. A
in Buffalo "No, I'll win it, the factory?" Orrin William also became acivilian
\ have been sent to approximately
1000 of the civilians I client replied. "I sent it in 1ny oppont'nt's "I hold hands." year ago on Thanksgiving Day our and is an Instructor In the
country was in the throes of a Training Department.
to receive nl\me. -
who are eligible forwarded Despite the stories; you may hear bloody battle; many of our men Very popular Jeannette Dillard,
will be
them. They A sailor and a girl were ridingon Of dolls who must wear glasses!, perished on that day In the performance who was in the AEM School, lelt
to employes as soon certificates as they are horseback out in'the country The wolves still give a second leer of their duty to upholdthe to join her husband, who is on his
issued civilian are As they stopped for a rest the two If she's got a well turned chases principles and standards for way home from overseas.
employees rubbed necks affectionately which we stand, and millions of Joj('e H. Allred, who was in Cen
who have been
working steadilyfor Father to SOD:: "It's: none of jour people throughout the world were tral Files for some time, has resigned -
Department priorto
2 March Navy, 1945, and who requested "Ah. me," said the sailor, "that'swhat Business how I first met your saddened and heavy hearted. and is heading for Alabamato
the Certificate on or I'd like to do." mother, but I can tell you one Let us make every day a Day of join her husband, who was for

before 19 October 1945. "Go ahead," said the girl,' 'it's thing it certainly cured me of Thanksgiving for the blessings bestowed merly a Captain in the U, S.
your horse," i whistling" upon this nation. I Army.I .

Ten NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 21 November, 1945

5PL-A5H fROm ATTO Calm
Separations Rating Changes .

NATTCENTERTAINMENT WltJI' Before The Storm! Made RecentlyAdvancements

Only twenty-eight men were were made known
eligible for release by the Separa-
tion Center at NATTC this week. recently for the following ship'sCompany

Next week all men who are eligible personnel at NATTC: To
WILMA: TIIK \VA\'E because of the two point drop on PhM2c
George S, Frost; to PhM:
Itt l.orting.Three 1 December will be made for i iI
ready 3c, George B. Reid, Jerome IL 'i'
days of non-working found -
their release
the Waves of Barracks 51 quite I Centers near their home Leon, and Frank Lynn; and from{ }
active._well, that is, some of them I '
I HA2c to HAlc, Freddie Knowles
Moving out to New York this
: "FOLLOW THAT WOMAN with William Gargan and were. Trips to the beach, trips to
Nancy Kelly; Screen Magazine; Cartoon, 1800 and 2000. St. Augustine, and various excur- week were, Ernest A, Thierhause, Dean Harris, Wesley l Rosier
riMDAY AND SATl'RDVY_ SHE WOULDN'T SAY YES With sions to all points took place. Flc (EM), Frances Schlndewolf George Degen, Robert .Day, and
Rosalind Russell and Lee Bowman: Sport Shoft, 1800 and 2000. HIGHLIGHTS OF BARRACKS SKD3c Sam Decassare, SpTlc( ) Milton Cormier.
: ; 51 California to Jax. Californiato and Robert A. Sullivan AOM2c.
cornedy Second Class AEM was made
Leaving for Md.
I in Bainbridge, :
Jax. Come Mahoney Hold
lIO"iU.U: Ttrt%) ; IJ.TOO YOUNG TO KNOW with Joan the phone! And a new Ursla returns Neil Hackney, AOMlc; for Camp by Claude A.. Pharlell, Michael ,

Leslie and Robert Hutton: Community Sing, 1800 and 2000. from the telephone center II Wallace, Texas, Edward Pratt, Kundravi, and B. A. Bryant, Velma

.... WEDNESDAY DON'T FENCE: ME IN with Roy Rogers and How about. a midnight bridge ,I Btterworth SKV2c; for Memphis 81ft ,..Tenn..I R Muriel MM_ Grammentz was promoted to SICV,
Dale Evans; ; Sports; Melody, 1800 and 2000. game, M. Towers, T. Meyer, P. 04V.| WiaiCfcJJf"' lt 3c; Walter Perine to SpXED)2c( )
BkrSc. and
I Earl Hunt AOM3c
Mitchell, and p. Turnbull? .
Let's ask D. Ludwig if Jimmie is I while Ann Kelln, sic went to Great and Joseph Chabala to SpXVA)2c.From ) .

t' like Bill What will P. McDon- Lakes Illinois. Seamen Deuce to First
ald do with "little" Ed. gone ? I Separated at Jacksonville were: Class: Marie Cleghorn Virginia

,! These lucky dischargees! Fav- NormanHam, AEMSc, Mack Ral- Meidonick, Gerald Ross, Robert
"- orite expression of the gals: "Is ston, AMMIlc, Victor B. Robinett, Walters, Charley Anderson Fred
that your knitting bag? P. S. ARTlc, Arthur W. Crowl, AEM. Ferguson, Walter Dallas, Robert
Dickard did get to paint the town I Ie, Newell L. Lenhana, CSpA( ), Koch, Louis Rogers Louis Shep-
champagne royal the past week ;:i Alfred W. Lake, AEMlc, Sidney I. lard, Raymond Albert, Albert
nd. Trips to the hospital continue I Jimenez, AEM2c, Joseph J. Eory, Munick, William Butts, Robert

"Freddie and his Fiddle" from I AOM3c, Theodore R. Sanzerl. AFCIc Bowman, James Mouzakis, Law.
the song of Norway done by Mys- Theron T. Cox, AFClc, and rence Irwin. and Erdman Burk
Allen L. McCoslin, ACO [, hardt.
tie Towers donned in blue and ft '
.... ._' .
white gown, and we are not talk :
s: about formals. Soft shoe and .>
I it Draftsman Turns to Cartooning for
all that "Balog you have a
guest in the lounge" a stock I
phrase of about 1800 each night.I Relaxation and It Pays Dividends
i y'r A lovely gift from Donnell's! "dear :
Ted" is a treat to see. sue must is .
'I "Cartooning just my hobby,
-- -- -- -
A have had a happy birthday. I says Walter E. Perlne, SpXi2c( studied that subject In ConnecticutState
Now for a report on the T Division "It really is relaxation after keep- Trade School and intends do.

party of Friday eve: Our girls ing lines straight while drafting." ing the same work when he re.
were there for the fun. Ludwig
and But it's a well-developed hobby, turns. Perine seems to be one of
Bridges, Smyton;
Achey dimced the nlte away on because take a look at Pinocchio, the lucky sailors who not only has
r the roof garden of 501. bringing the apple to his teacher! used his own skills while in the

"\Xe used to say a tricky phrase. Perine has been at NATTC for Navy but has developed those he
She shells sea-shells 26 months and helped establish has. He says that he has learned

Back in the rose and buggy days. Visual Aids! at this Center. The various phases and has a varied
She sells seashells.She first drawings were used in the old working knowledge of almost
still sells sea-shells, big shells Radio School way back in the early every kind of technical aircraft
and little shells. I part! of 1944. Since then he has training, just by studying the ma-
But she says 'Hell's bells! Wheredo aone any kind.of : terial and engines that he has

you get with sea-shells ?' I drawing nec- drawn.
(Don Blanding). I essary for classroom Right now he is attached to the

Just ask Kaseskl, Bartlett By- '. illustra- I Automatic Pilot School, drafting.

ers Ferry and Dole what they tions, and pos- t 3 I When he was home on leave he
have accomplished with seashellsover I' ter work. Manyof decided to run up to his old office
at the work shop on Mainside his illustrations I in Pratt-Whitney, but they
} Lovely earrings, pins, necklaces, I have beenincoiporated I wouldn't let him in. Not even
and bracelets handy work with In i knowing everyone and wearing the

the most colorful shells.A I permanent rec- Navy blue did any good; he just
new place to idle away lazy ords of the didn't wear that special badge any
hours is now available for all those I Naval Air Technical longer, so he stood outside.

Here Friday and Satimlaj'---Rosalind nu".n Waves who desire to lounge in the I Training W. A. I'crlne Perine admits that his wife la
furnished located In
newly room Center.
of the of the main deck. I his most severe critic. "I enjoy
one wings I
Drafting is his specialty. He sending sketches
SPECIAL EVENTSAboard Pity the girls of that vicinity home to my
draftsman for
was a Pratt-Whit- 8-months-old back
son in Manchester *
when they want to rest. But on
ney AirCraft Corp., in East Hartford but the most my wife ever
the other hand it is a grand convenience -
Conn., for about four years says is that it was received and
for those who desire to
SWIMMING! IJ.\II.\-INDOOR POOL; Recreational period for before entering the Navy. He occasionally adds, 'pretty good.' "
what with the machine fixed
all Naval Personnel and heir sew I I
guests: Monday through Friday-1800
to 2100; Saturday, 0900 to 1200 1300 to 1700 and 1800 to 2100; Sun- to skip only one stitch at a time) j'
day, 1230 to 1700, and 1800 to 2100. Children must be accompanied by or those who wish to play records .
write letters in
parents. read bridge or
play clothes. Our new lounge is a''
MUSIC-Recreational rehearsal room is available to all hands In most welcome spot.

the Auditorium Band Room. Instruments may be procured from S. P. "Fire-drill! All hands up and

Lanteri, Musician Ic, daily from 1600-2100. out! Fire.-L>rlll!" A nightmare of

GOLF. STATION COURSE.; Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to. Thursday morn around 0615. Who I,
all personnel. Clubs available at gear locker in NATTC Auditorium. ever thought up such a deal in the
GOLF INSTRUCTION for NATTC personnel by R. W. Reynolds, coldest of mornings ? And how I
SpA)2c( 1300 to 1530. (Special classes for WAVES by appointment many new colds are now prevalent I
Sign up at Shack.HOSTESS in No. 51 as a result? Well thE' I
Waves bundled in their coats and I
IOUSE open daily from 1530 to 2100. Saturdays and f% "
Sundays from 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel and relatives some wrapped themselves in blankets
and took the shock quite well I N
and guests.
Expecting another to follow next''
NATTO 1.llm.\ltl' open dally from 0800 to 2100. week! Iowa's own Marlon Peterson:

BOWLING daily at Ship's Service from 1200 to 2030. Lt. <(
AsliorcSATUICDAYFOOTBALL board from Astoria Oregon, was I .
out for the early morning activity ,
GAME NAS Fliers vs. Ft Eenning havelock and all. I
Doughboys at Municipal Stadium, 1430. What, there are ants In the barracks Ee

The Episcopal Army and Navy Center, corner of Church and ? Just ask any Wave In No.
Market Streets sponsors a dance every Saturday night from 2030 to 51 how many seconds it takes for
2330. ,Junior hostesses will be in charge and all enlisted personnel are a gathering of 20 some ants to
invited. I make their appearance on the lat .
est gift of box candy, or how
-SUNDAY-Trip to Silver Springs for all NATTC personnel and many are permanent guests in the I II
guests. Tickets $2.88 round trip. Bus leaves at 0830 from circle out I locker?

side Main Gate. Leaves Silver Springs at 1800. Special rates for Now for a few ads: Wanted_ I
servicemen and women at Silver Springs.JACKSONVILLE I Information concerning whereabouts .

; E.UIU'S-Buses' leave at frequent intervals of a good man! Wanted I
from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathingand I Someone to take a couple of z ,
other recreation at one of world's finest ocean beaches. Bus cats off our hands. Contact Brooks
fare 25c. at Welfare if you know a would-be I

NAVY MOTHER'S HOSTESS HOUSE, 101 East Church Street. owner.. I
Another dance will be
USO CENTklCS at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus coming I
up. This one is scheduled for 29
Station; Church and Newnan Street; 311 West Duval Street. USO November, a Thursday night, the I I Il
WOMEN'S DIVISION at 43 West Monroe "Street one following Thanksgiving. From''

CANOEING: FISHING, AND HOAT1NG: Cedar River on San the word of the committee which
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on met Thursday it is to be even bet
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, oOc; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor ter than the last one. But more
boats-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. of the dance later. I

HORSEBACK; RIDING: 1UGNOI.I.ST.JU.." S. San Juan Ave The Personnel Office is having .ut
ntie and Lakeshore Blvd. hour another function at the "Pines. ,
$1.00 per for two hours; $1.50 per one
hour; groups of eight or ten-$1.00 for two hours. HYDE PARKA Details of same will follow. j|l-
.. Time to knock it off as of this
---- ---- ---- -- -- -
-- ---- I I A savor, after placing a wreathof The miser out of town sent his
moment. Wilma the Wave
sailor was relating his adventures Visitor: I suppose all this talk signing
flowers on a cemetery wife a check for thousand kisseson
grave a :
in the jungle."Ammunition we hear but about a sailor's life being off See you---s--around. I I noticed an old Chinaman placing a her birthday The wife, a little I
wine and
nothing women .1
food and whiskeyhad song bowl of rice on a nearby gravel' annoyed at his thrift, wrote a card
run out," he said, "and we is exaggerated? The young lady had swallowed I; and asked: "What time do you ex-: to him.
Seaman Guard It is too much water while !
: sure ; you sea swimming -
were all parched with thirst. pect your frirend to come;: up and I Dear Jim: Thanks for the birth.
never hear any singing in the bar- at the ach and was being "
"But wasn't there any water?" racks. given artificial respiration an'J'' eat the rice? day check. The milkman cashed it

"Sure, but that was a hell of a emergency aid by the handsome The old .Chinaman smiled and this morning.And .

time to think of cleanliness" Sometimes a man keeps his nose life guard Her mother ran up to replied: "Same time your fiend
. "1 to the grindstone so that his wife the scene and upon being Informed come up and smellee flowers. did you hear about the.glrl

', It wasn't the old malJ' who can turn her up to the neighbor what wan taking place, shouted: on the crowded bus who thoughta
"Artificial respiration! Artificial There are only two kinds of wp- certain sailor l looked familiar
screamed. It was the man she was Women like a strong silent man respiration! .Give her the real men. .those who expect,things and and found out a little later ,that
.chasing.I1 because they think he'* listening. thing, I tell you!" I those who suspect things, lie wast"Page

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21 November, 1945 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Eleven :.

_. _._ I

Sea Duty Is Old Story to New I Getting The Word on Magnetos I II

TTCene Link Trainer Officer; Here's Why

How would you like to have had I -- -- -- W' ,
149 months of continuous sea I
duty? That's the record of Chief Short Story Tells )

Machinist L. N. Larson, USN, who
s ee just came aboard to aid in setting
up ute new Link Trainer Instru- Sailor's ReactionEditor's

,) ment Maintenance Course.

Most of this time has been air- Note: The following

By John Klthbourg, AKM3c craft carrier duty and his most I short story appeared in the Norman I
'exciting time" was in 1942 aboard I NATTC "Bull Horn" The'I
The time fQr separation of
yours \
truly, draw j5v>r closer. Some- [ the old USS Yorktown when she | author's name was withheld by I '
was hit request, but It seemed to us the c .
&k': ""Whcr' In*the "neighborhood of 40 I during the battle of Midway ; c
w' ..tiayo-TrtmauiSi; still_ to be served, I He spent about an hour In story expressed something that
many here probably feel; and with I
jund It's
thenftEEDOM. grand I
out authorization from the "Bull
'i'', wed glorious fe.llng, too. No more Horn wwz4
I but with appreciation ex-
-musters to make; no more standby
pressed in advance, it is being reprinted
iuty- and if I ,
p y don t Jlk "the,..Nt of a guy's jib I t 4

t,' scan' tell''him no. Yes, sir, in about d dr The blonde let go of his arm and w ,

40 days my theme song"will be pointed up at the fast moving

"California, here I come planes. "They are beautiful, ain't
they, honey The sailor lookedup
Ken McIntyre, universally known with surprise in his'eyes, as
about the base as "Shaky," is an though she had just uttered a most ---

Inveterate reader of the funny papers startling thing. And yet he had\f Many a sailor has gleaned the know-how of electrical ..qulp.t-
He can tell you in correct w. Mw? h thought planes beautiful, ()n<'e- at the AEM School at NATTC. Here's a small group getting all

sequence the happenings of "Dick but now, the word on the DT18RV Magneto; and that's the kind of know-how I

a Tracy "Smllin1 Jack," "Little Orphan "Yeah, I -- guess sobeau which can be of value to them In civilian\ life all well all In their
Annie" and all the rest Asa tours of dut ".
tiful, he whispered, but watched 1Vavy )
of fact his !
matter nickname
their slow with -- -----
flight a
comes from one of Chester Gould's I 1 Y MI look of intensity that was almost Jax WillAttend
lawless characters of a few months I I hatred Orphans |fNATIC USO.Sho'vI
back, who met his nemesis in I
"Dick Tracy. Usually, he keepsa I "They're just like a\oupla birds I Iklnda I
little ahead of the story, foretelling I free 'n smooth like oh Xmas Party Highly Praised"Most
in advance what is likelyto Seajyills, if you know what I
mean," she went on trying to make
to his favorite charac-
happen I
Three hundred from
I conversation, trying to get a little outstanding show I've
ters, but "Itchy" has him puzzled. downtown will be invited to take
He can't figure how the will pep into what, for her, had turned seen this season!" Was that jug.
guy part in the Christmas party sponsored I
get out of his current mess, At this the waters of the Pacific until he looked out to be a "helluva-date She I I jointly by the station welfare gler good" "That dance act in
again as If for reassuranceat
writing, "Itchy" is stuck in an auto was taken aboard the USS Ben- I committees and scheduled the USO show was rf'ally'some.
.small silver wings pinned I
with Tess Trueheart, in an un- ham, Chief Warrant Larson admits above the two lows of bright rib from 1400 to 1700 Sunday, 23 C.:- thing" Many and varied Here the
derpass used by cows to go from that he was kept busy dodging cember. I
to another. If he bon. "Say, you do fly doncha? comments as an appreciative audience
one pasture only things on the flight deck and The party is held annually for
Ain't that what them for? left the NATTC
are auditoriumlast
had a can opener, it would be simple that he was nervous for about a I children of enlisted personnel.
What's the use, though: "Dick" year afterwards, "Yeah, I fly I'm a gunner," More than) 1,000 children are ex- Thursday night after enjoyingthe -
will get him in the end He always His most "interesting time" i he said. "I fly in a torpedo plane." pected to attend this j'ear's affair, USO-Camp Show "Monkey

does was the three years he spent ;: His eyes were still on the small Gifts and favors will be furnishedthe Shines ,

touring China, Japan and the I shapes that turned and twisted children. NATechTraCen Is The favorite with the crowd attending
Lt Comdr G F Sauter, the Philippines on the USS Parrott : high above the earth. One suddenly represented on the committee by was the veteran juggler,
OinC of the AEM "A" School, is The food was nothing special to i stopped and then in ,an instant Mrs. Ford N, Taylor, wife of the Leon Navarro. The Separation
sold on the Nash automobile especially alk about as fresh eggs were quite I, went into a long dive diving i NATechTraCen commanding of- Center Band furnished the music

the one he's been drivingfor a rarity, but as for frog's legs; 'I down, downs he had at Anguar, I ficer and Lt. Leonard F. Horan, for the show,

a few 'earll. "It never breaks very plentiful, except occasionallythere I at Lejte, at-he forced himself to I Welfare Officer The Welfare crew composed of*.
down," he says, despite the fact were slight traces of fur on I think of other !things-of Mom and Further details of the party will Kevin O'Connell Vfrnr\n t..tneKor.ger .
that one night recently, a wheel them! ( But you couldn't be sure ) I no me. jut! his jast words were be announced next week: G H Hart: and oR: G:'Meidl,
fell off he This regular Navy man has spent still ringing in his ears. "Yeah, Ifly
as was driving along I ---'- if-- who take care of the lights and
"Just a freak accident; could have 18 years and six months in this --in a torpedo plane-A torpedo Sailor "Leave plans never bother stage details for most of the shows
happened to anyone." "Not the outfit an'd has enjoyed every min I plane-a TBF made by Grumman me. put on here, said that this unit
fault of the car," says he. "Finest ute of It. After the siege on .the sometimes by General Motors, Friend: "How come" seemed to have better
car you can buy" I Yorktown he served on the staffof fourteen tons of death and misery, Sailor: "My wife decides where more and acts and
pep vitality than
the Commander, Air Force Pa- I a sleek and vicious thing that 1''11 and any
He painted the bus not very longAgo : go my CO decides when, that had been here previously.
but didn't have quite enough cific Fleet for 15 months as Assist- would turn and kill even its own. y
paint to complete the job. There's I' ant to the :Material Officer for If planes had souls he mused, all Poor Hut IlonestKindhearted --- ----

still a patch on the top that sticks I advance basesAccording ,_ I I wan planes would be forever Old Lady: "Oh, The advertising trade paper

out like a sore thumb if YOU get up to his service recordhe damned you poor man Are you married?" Printer's Ink, gives the latest on
high enough to see it. "So what," has participated in two engage I I Birds ? No not like birds. They Beggar: "Listen, lady, do you the female point of view Reporting -

pays Mr. Sauter, "It's hardly no- ments and two battles, The first I were clean\ good. There was some- I think I'd be relying on total strangers current trends in cosmetic
ticeable, and the car runs like a Navy 'raids on the Marshall and I thing subtilely sadistic, almost per- for support if I had a wife ?" sales, the paper found that one
verted, about a plane of war, "An I manufacturer
top. -- -- -- ---- ----- recently distributeda
Gilbert Islands, and the Navy: I
raids on New Guinea, the Battle I instrument of war, surpassing any roaring laughing! ,engine, would lipstick called Lady."
Here's a good one on Lt. (jg) of the Coral Seas and the Battleof I weapon ever used by man," The 'turn away, while that to which it The ladies would have none of it.
Ecisall, TEM Division Officer. It I Midway. phrase had been in an Aviation had given birth would rush on Some bright lad in an inspired
seems that he acquired a cigarettflighter I magazine he had read on ship one through the waters moment had the notion of sellingthe
He wears two lows of ribbons, while for his He hated them all Suddenly he
of the type that ignitesswhen I night waiting planeto i lipstick under a different
a button is pressed This including the Yantze Medal, Asia- take him up, up to watch it knew it He hated the heavy name. The ladies all but ate it up.
lighter was jesting in his side coat tic-Pacilic and European cam spew forth more pain and destruc- bombers, huge, gross with their And the new name ? "Hussy."
locket In squirming around looking -I paign bars, tion in the world, pregnant bellies of explosive and
: for a comfortable position, he Since coming ashore, he spenta He could still remember the one flying steel to rip and tear, the I
had inadvertently applied few months in California and lone man in the water, swimming fighters, with their powerful mo- The Marine Corps ordered its
L'i"nt pressure to the flUfli'l then 'as..sent to the Special Device between islands, The voice over tors and screaming wings with correspondents in the Pacific! ._to

cause the lighter to- burst into Institute at Chicago, wnere the radio that told them to kill, ugly guns to penetrate soft fleshor get some fishing: stories, and the

flame By the time he noticed it, I plans were under way for this new the look of the planes, the fighters hard metal, Samoan correspondent's jam

his coat was smouldering, almostto school at NATTC. whining, screaming down to spit But the planes were gone, now sounded: "We fished from a moor
the point of a minor conflagration Larsons home, when he gets their heat and metal at the terri One behind a cloud, the others out ed minesweeper and sold the catch
lie slammed on his brakes there, is in Los Angeles, California. fied, helpless man. of sight. And he turned to the to the natives. They're so rich

and when the car stopped, proceeded He is living at present with 01'the torpedo planes, his girl to whom his buddy had whis- from Navy contracts that they
to beat his coat on the ground his wife in Green Cove Springs. among them, rushing over the pered confident, 'He's OK I bought fish instead of" trying to

Nothing worse than a good: size I WA calm waters at the'little ship desperately just a little you know been catch them themselves.

r hole In his coat occurred as a re firing at it, The sudden over" 30 months" I I Post-war adjustments are liableto
suit Four of five dan later, he : Slate Another lift as the heavy plane would drop "Let's go" he said a little wear be a headache! Even for Sa-

was driving in with a flashlight In its lethal burden, and then with ily, "Let's go get a drink," I f I moans.

his pocket, He had done some j

more squirming, and the flashlightwas Dance Thursday They Provide The Wherewith( For the Jive I

on, shining dully through: the ___ __ .
pocket He happened to notice the I Another dance!' The NATTC

glow on the outside of the pocket dance committee will present aMerryMixUp '
and the first thing that popped into Dante, Thursday,
his mind wa that, the, lighter 29 November at 2000 So make l -

,WaI' on agaJA",3o! ,:.he slammed that date and plan on attending, '.
w. ,, \ on and BtoppeA-Wfter beat- I The Reparation Center Orchestra I
ing his' coat on 'the ground several will play again after a very successful -
,' .4; tlrneg?he reached,lnU";the pocket debut at the auditorium
*'1'' and *pulled out now :'useless: for the Moonlight Melodies Dance

flashlight. Hft.>ftlt' rnljjhty- "sheep. The theme will le a surprise as

e'bib;' abut'the, hole.,.JJWnp.tSrfrthe i the evening will be full of hilarity
? 1:;.. to, pta'lfl!I' 'and an informal and gay mood
If \ 91(1 \ AF.M "A" I will prc\ail

;. school held quite a pet together -. V S
before they started breaking up
and thingor Voice I to bus driver) : 'Gee
due to discharges one
farewell cant('her wait until I Kit all my I
another, A big party
on" (And fitly sailors I
and fish fry, 30 October, at Trout
five miles out twisted their necks around'while I "
River Park, about '
the laundress got onto the bus Ii | ; '
all indications, it -
town. From
of with i her basket of clothes). ; M4' ; .7 ;;4ai
was one of the best, "rackets" of ; .,
the year. Get this Ens "junior" of, the fellows and out fumbled
Grover acted as chef and a darnS I
them long enough for them to fix
good one, too.__they tell me. Polly' the tire for him. 4'4 1'
Morris, who is leaving NATTC I kR
won, in cooperation with Mack\ The party broke up about 30p I :

Ralston, did yeoman work in the. .m" and about sailors vied with +
the honor of escorting -
each '
preparation of the affair,
They have finally found out why the fair Polly home. Finally
Ray Ballard comes creeping into they all went home with her They
tell me that Mrs. Grover was well
the barracks every: liberty night
and surprised' with Mr.
around midnight. The reason is a pleased
comely little gal by the name of Grover display of culinary ex-

"Ginger" Nice plckln'. Ray. pertnets. x ___ __,____ _
"Pappy" Voorhies found a flat The Police Force scores agaln m. n
tire on his Ford when he started Bernard Bickham, BM2c, I I. the Members of the Personnel Separation Center orchestra are shown above. During the past M>Vral -
home. It didn't worry him much strutting father of a eon born 14 weeks they have played' for dunces at the NATTC Auditorium and will be on hand Thursday, 2V I
November when personnel .lher for another gala evening of dancing
though, he just called over a few : November. I g .,

,.. .._,...,...-..r-.o. .-..' .-.L W'W.. .. ..1.. . '. .'r. ".'T, .. ... .' -'-"----... -- -.-,- .------....-.. .-._-.._ .


Page Twelve NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 21 November, 1945

I Hvkins: Crashes For Lone Score At Fernandina Out-of-Town Games Bombers Pick Up

Featured In NATTC
Football ScheduleTwo 6-0 Victory Over

NATTC football teams
will trek out of town this weekend Fernandina Eleven
I to play other football ,
elevens In Fernandlna and Tallahassee -
Fast action and scoring in the ,
Lieut. C. C. Kelly, Of-
opening minutes won the game 6-0
flcer-ln-Charge of football, announced
for the Ship's Company Bombers
the Fernandina Airdales I
Thursday! afternoon the Turret on Fernandlna'A own field' Friday
School team goes to Fer night.
nandina to meet the Natal
E. H. Heller kicked oft to Fer
Gunnery School and possiblyto
nandina and the ball was down on
avenge a 7-6 defeat they the 35-yard line. F .
"'I B.vBy'rs.'r -< "
suffered In the first
played '
covered fumble and, ,.
between the Fernandina out- a ile*:'of I.
b fit and an NATTC team. runs by Wagner, Vargo,and.Haw; J
kins put the ball.,in scoring poe(t- :'
Saturday morning the Ship'sCompany tion. Hawkins bucked the center
Bombers leave for of the line and went over standing
Tallahassee where Saturday up for the only score of-,the
night they will meet an eleven game. Red Slater attempted the .
: _
from nearby Camp Gordon extra point but the ball was
Johnston. That will be the first
blocked by Gould, Fernandlna'sright
iyk\ game played between the Army tackle.In .
Harbor Craft team and an
NATTC team.Turrets the second quarter Gould
--. -_. ._-- kicked and it was received by
Byers.: Cannonball Wagner took

Take One the pigskin and bucked the line,
; pushing his way down the field for
j. .... ,. ;. : !-.f"f >\ r. t'" .\:.; 15 yards. Jj

.\'\. '"."J ;.,::,\ .:[.->:;:..:."'_....."....... ..."" ..-. ..-:v. ..., ...."".".".. _. I More-From AEM- Fernandina's The second Fullback half opened Santoro with I

kicking a long one to Hawkins .
By 20-7 ScoreThe who attempted a pass, but which ")
was Intercepted by J. F. Smith

t Turret steamroller rolled onto who returned the ball 10 yards, hit.
4 add another to its string of victories hard by Sines.Fernandina "to-

by defeating the AEM was on Bomber's 24- .
c squad 20 to 7 in a grueling match I yard line and a flat pass intendedfor
Rte } e on the NATTC Center field last Christiansen was knocked down
Friday evening. by Center Kimsey. Canterburywent .
The Turret team scored early in in the game and kicked a
the first quarter when a 30 yard good 50 yard punt A beautiful
toss from "Duke" Lahulier to Bal pass by the Airdales from Santoroto
tick set up the ball on the AEM's Smith was finally knocked down
25-yard marker. On the next play by Barnes
: the "Duke" faded back for another Rather than chance interceptions
-4 __ pass but elected to run instead, by Fernandina, the Bombers
and skirted the end for the initial made first downs by haul blocking
score. "Fuzzy" Foster's try for and running plays. Fecho played
the extra point failed. excellent defense as well as offense
AEM took the offensive after ball, while E. H. Welch was another
the kick-off and after two unsuccessful strong point in the Fernan I.
attempts to pierce the line, dina backfield. ,
punted. The Turrets took over The fame ended with a series of
--- .. _.n_..___ _. ..._ ._._._ -- --....------.....---.. ..--.-- ._. _- once more, and, the Lahulier to strength attacks spearheaded by
Baltich combination connected to Red Slater and Wagner.
There wasn't a great deal of scoring: last Friday night when the Ship's Company Bombers trekedto the
place ball In
Femandina for a football game, but there was some. The photographer snapped Right Halfback the scoring positionon Lt Comdr. R. W. Dinsmore, the
G. M. Hawkins, above, just as he was slipping through the Fernandina line for the lone, six-point tally. quarter 10-yard ended. stripe as. the first CO of the Station, commented on
I It was the third game played between NATTC teams and the Fernandina Alrdales-and the second the clean football played by both
victory by local eletens. Turrets lost the first, 7-6, and A EM School picked up the second, 19-6. Below Foster, on the first play of the teams and they hope for a return
some of the action which has put the Turret School eleven way out In front can be seen. That second quarter, carried the ball to engagement. After playing the
was in the game last Friday when the Turrets piled up 20 points against AEM School's seven.Merry the one-yard line on a dash around night game Fernandina invited the
his own right end and followed this NATTC visitors over to their station -
What's In A Name up with a smash through;: a hole mess hall for steaks, which
NATTO FOOTBALL STANDINGS Sailor: "Hello, Betty, can I see opened up at center by "Rookie" certainly disappeared quickly after
(Through 11 November) you tonight?" O'Rourke and Silwanowlcz that playing in that cool night air.
Point Point Tran'tTeam Girl: "Sure thing, Harvey, come wound up In pay dirt. His try for Starting line-ups:
Won Tied Lost Won. AU'd Points on over." the extra point was good this time Bombers Pos. Fernandina
Turret 7 2 0 68 16 25 Sailor: "But this isnt Harvey.'" and the score became 13 to 0 and Donahue LE Johns
Bombers 2 2 3 27 43 13 Girl: "That's all right, come on remained thus until the half ended Heller LT Tucker
AEM 0 2 6 7 59. 10 over, I'm not Betty." with the ball in midfield. Welch: LG Wundt
Individual Scorings TD Pat Total Food's Where You Find It The second half was featured Kinsey C Lawson
White (Turret) 6 1 7 CCS: "What are you doing i In by a 60-yard drive by the Turretsquad Slater RG Acevedo
Foote (Turret) 6 1 7 that garbage ?"
can sparked by the quarterbacking Byers RT Gould
Bender (Turret) 12 1 13 S2c: "Eating" of Fred Bowers who had I i Sines RE Welch
Donah\le (timber) 6 t 0 6 CCS: "Well, get back in the dropped back from his regular I Vargo QB Kostickl .
Barnes (Bomber) 0 1 1 mess hall, fella. You ain't no bet tackle position to replace the In II Sheridan LH Grayson
Marek (Bomber) 6 t 0 Ii ter than we are." jured Foster This drive set up Hawkins RH Dean
Fusco (Bomber 0 2 2
the ball Wagner FB
once more and the score Santoro
LaHullier (Turret' 30 I 0 21 The Fatalist became 20 Officials Lieut. .
to 0 with Kiminki tak : (jg) Ben Carter
Sackett (Bomber) 6. t 0 6 Judge: "I'm sorry, but we can't ing the ball over and the educated referee; T. H Goolsby, umpire:
BalUch (Turret) 6 0 6 issue a marriage license to your I toe of Foster annexing the extra and J, E. Dorlinger, head linesman.
Foster (Turret) i 5 III grandchild. She's only 15 and too I point ---'--
Lastoski (Turret) 6 I J 6 "
Kiminki (Turret) 6 0 6 young AEM's lone score came late In Leaves .
Old Negro NATTC
Granny: "Lawdy, the after series
game a of
Wilson AEM 6 0 Ii I spread
( )
mister Jedge, wat we gonna do? plays had placed the ball on the
She's ol' 'nuf to do what she done .!\e-yard line and .
a center buck _._:_.101
i by Wilson carried it over the
goal. 1
Publnfd Officer Following is the line-up of both r--
I teams:

A DATE FOR YOUR Bowers Harris Turret Pos LT LE Shepherd Burnett AEM

sP r Silwanowicz LG Cook
Moore C CaccamisiBoyd
RG Frew
a Bosnian RT Snyder
DANCE BOOK Baltich RE Schehe
Foster QB Schum Nv wa
Lahulier LH
f Thacker .
White RH Crump .
Lastosky FB Harley
Officials: Referee, Loper; umpire .

Mix Up NATTC Dodd.'A', Sinibaldi; head linesman, I


i Polite Fellow t .
Skipper to Ensign: "Is that your '.j'

DANCE cigarette butt on the deck?"

Ensign: "It's yours if you want"

It, sir. You saw it first"

Fast Fellow I __v__.._ _
29 November In The NeAt to lightning, the fastest
thing In the world Is a nudist
'a t" who has just spilled hot coffeeIn GRKS1MEK (above), since May,
1912, Material Officer at NA
LIEUT.: RO EKT-.C. nOELlO his lap. TctliTraCen, will be detached ,
(above), of Detroit, lit the new Friday and released to Inactive '
AUDITORIUMCome Public Information Officer at An American film actress was duty. Sir Graslmer, who was
NATechTraCen, succeeding Lt. applying for a passport. employed by the Jacksonville
Comdr. Randall W. Weeks. Lieut. "Unmarried?" asked the clerk Gas Company before entering
Koello was a staff writer with "Occasionally," answered the ac service, hat been here since September
The Associated Pros In St. tress. 1911. He nerved briell>
Louis and Detroit for seven years as permanent 001) before entering ,I
One Come All before entering the Navy in August Overheard at a faculty dinner: the Material Department at
1913. lie won Public Information "Will you pass the nuts, professor Assistant Material Officer. He
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