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VOL. 3, No. 38 : 29 November, 1945

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Headquarters of the Naval, Ai r Advanced Training Command


II Point Drop To Effect About 1,500 Enlisted Personnel I

: - -

i WifliesiFiiiU I Booths To Open I -COM.-OFFICER-- f Unexpected Cut

l Saturday Sell I Made Down To

Total Is $7,748The Christmas Seals 36 On 1 Jan.

annual Community War Chest Campaign which Wives Of Officers To Reduction Is To Meet

closed here last week raised a toal of $7,748.28 through con- I Schedule; Will Need

tributions from naval and civilian personnel attached to NAS, Head Organization Of
37 Middle December
.. NATTC, NAATC, NPSC, Naval Hospital, Cecil Field, May- Station TB CampaignBooths I

W'nort.. and Municipal No. 1.
Approximately 1,500 persons at
& for the sale of tuberculosis
additional of NAS Jax can now Join in the
An sum $210.30
contributed by personnel of NAGS, I seals will be placed at strategic I strains of "I'll Be Home For

, I" >- the Navy Recruiting Station, and FOUR-STRIPER .. locations on this station and I Christmas" as a result of theNavy's

" .r. Marine Inspection, turned over directly will open Saturday, it has been unexpected point drop to
, .,.''. to the Jacksonville Community -, announced by the Duval County her 37 for enlisted males on 15 Dec m.

f ': War Fund, raised this year's Christmas sale committee.Mrs. .
p : 'ff' total credited to the Navy Division : The Personnel office said this
s of the drive to $7,688.58. Ralph E. Davison, wife of figure is a rough estimate of the

I '-.. Lt. Mark Bartlett, general chair- I Rear Admiral. Davison, Chief of number eligible for discharge under

man, expressed his thanks yesterday 4Z $ ; Naval Air Advanced Training the critical score need of 38
jt a effective this and
\ to everyone who helped make Command, will serve as chairman another
x," the. campaign so. successful. I of the campaign at NAS Jax. ,.'6'r one-point drop the middleof
::1 "While the amount raised didn'tquite f month, in addition to
: Letters of solicitation to civilian! WAVES'
point score as follows:
,; meet our expectations, he I
'c said, "with the numerous changesi employees are being distributedthis -- -' I I 26 at present; 24 on 1 December,
that have taken place since last v\;eek. In accordance with na- Comdr. Grange and 23 on 1 January.
"' tional plans of the society, seals Step Schedule
year, and the reduction in person Up
s J J.l.i'". nel, the Navy has made a very may be paid for directly throughthe Big T' Officer The Navy had previously an-
U. S, mails.
creditable showing in this campaign nounced the point score would be
;1e-. Every person who contributed Direct solicitation of funds will dropped to 38 on 1 January, but
r' to the Community War Chest not be made In departments, but Returns To Jax the reduction under this by two

: can have the satisfaction of know- >t, purchases can be made at the points was made in order to meet -
ing that he or she has helped to booths on the station. Mrs. A. R. the demobilization schedule of ap-
,w' make possible the carrying=: on oft Brady, wife of Captain Brady, Comdr. Gifford Grange, assist proximately 1,200,000 released by
the work of the many worthy Commanding Officer of NAS Jax, ant communications officer here 1 January, according to the Navy
member agencies of the Fund." i is in charge of the booths; from December 1940 until April, Department. The Navy was 19,726
i 1943, has returned to NAS Jack- behind
The booth NATTC will in its announced dischargerate
A breakdown of the contribu-I at be
sonville and assumed the duties of
tions from the various activities under the direction of Mrs. Robert as of 13 November, having
communications officer.
.t" follows: Beebe, wife of Comdr. Beebe, ex- demobilized 562.041 enlisted per-
NAS SERVICE PhKSON'NKLAerology : ecutive officer flf the center. A The former Radio Station WJAX sonnel and 63,221 officers by that

't> $.!8.50. DM .r I SSR ,V" ,j* booth at the Naval Hospital will engineer is a native Jaxon and is date.No
Aircraft Delivery Unit $26. I be under the direction of Mrs. C. J. well-known In local amateur and further reduction of critical
.?.._ Assembly & Repair Accessories Divl- COMDK.: II. II. KAItr, above, I
commercial radio circles A
'. Brown, wife of Captain Brown, of- mem- scores for women was made under
.: lion: 50 TO, Admr.-Voc. Tr.-Prod. 4 .25: assistant and
p-", Assembly 105.60: Electrical 82.25, limed supply accounting ficer in charge of the hospital.In ber of the naval reserve for 20 that originally set, the Navy said
:: Itenry Itepalr, 'Oi3. Overhaul. officer at NAS Jacksonville since years, and former commanding of- because their demobilization In
46.75 Engineering, 7 1.rI. & >nbrle. addition to raising funds for
: )
ficer of the local naval communications
proceeding of
18 June 1915, has been schedule.
9.75.; Interim Overhaul, 31.72: Ms. promotedto the regular work of the associa-
'\ china, 39 35; Metal, 82.85; Ordnance, the rank of captain. An Sale reserve, he was called to To Drop Further
up- tion, the Seal committee has
'. 950: Overhaul; Control, 62.SO; Personnel, active duty as a lieutenant i.i December Navy
"t. 16.25.: Planning, 12.75: Plant, 26.SO: from-the-ranks officer, Captain reported that funds must also be 1940. His initial billet spokesmen have informed
Structure, 66.18. Total $673.65. Karp joined the Navy on 8 obtained for the operation of a the Senate Naval Affairs Committee -
here at NAS and his next
Aviation Training (Aclmr.), $25.25. March 1915 as a landsman for new X-ray Clinic and for the purchase was that there will be a further reduction -
Communications, $49.75. yeoman, and has seen action in assignment was communicationsofficer in the critical point score
of needed medical equip
Executive Department Adm. Office, at NAS and NATC, Corpus sometime after
both World Wars. Before 1 January, accord
21; Rand 10.50! Central Transportation, ment at the Hazelhurst Tubercu- Christi. Rear Admiral C. P. Ma-
15; hapliiin'i Office 46; Insurance, $4: his present duties here, losis Sanatorium. ing to the Ships' Editorial Association
z, .. Intelligence.I $10; Legal, 2: 0.0.1).'' Office he served as supply officer of the son, former skipper at NAS Jax, of BuPers.
10.30, Ration Board, $2; Ship's Service --':!.- Was commandant there at the December would
1i I6.H1: Student Officer's Mess, 17.75, Intrepid, "The most frequently time.A appear to be
,. Special Itevlcei. 10.25: Transportation, hit aircraft carrier in the U. S. Conference Held the heaviest month yet in the sep-
1 7.50avei: Administration 13; War Navy." Captain Karp is shown year later Comdr. Grangewas aration of personnel. Comparatively -

F.I.S.Bond, a. Total, $191.11. $ 191 here pointing out the spot on a To Talk ordered to the pre-commis- NAS Jax had sent 831 enlisted
t f Inspection 6983 Pacific war theater map where ChangesA sioning detail at Newport, R. I., personnel ko separation centers be-
... Marine Barracks 112.77 the Intrepid suffered a severe ultimately reporting as communications tween 1 November and 27 November -
conference of all Heads of
Medical 2990IS 64.75MFOTU going over by the Japs. officer aboard the Ticon- Dropping of points in December
( ) and Divisions being
Operations ,00 --"--- Departments was deroga, one of the carriers featured will mean, therefore, almost
54.00 held this morning in the Executive double the number
Ordnance GunneryPersonnel ANOTIIEK TOUR SET in the film "The Fighting to be discharged
63.00 department to consider reduction Lady." Skipper of the flattopwas next month as has been
Personnel Relations and Jacksonville school children of allowances
: com personnel released November.
.r Training 12.00 the late Commodore Dixie
Physical Vocational mining & Welfate 44.75 prising a Safety>Council will make I revision of station regulations, Kiefer, killed recently in a plane Some Rates Excluded
,; Public Information 13.00 a tour of NAS Jax Saturday morn and the present need and duties
65.25 crash in the U., S., and Comdr. The same is true of Navy department -
Public Works ing from 1000 to 1130. for sentries.
Supply 14.30 -- William O. Burch, former com figures, since approxi-
T4Tower 120.05/ manding officer of Cecil Field, was mately the same number as discharged -
Welfare 1000.00 PHASS THE CAA-VEE-AH, JEEVES! its executive officer. before 13 November wilt
Yard 141.30 The "Big T" participated in have to be separated between that
VPB 232.58 i strikes against the Marshalls, the time and 1 January in order to

Totnl from Js.V:* Personnel! $$3,400.74 I Carolines, the Philippines, For- meet the goal as set.
CIVILIAN PERSONNEL---NAS mosa, French Indo-China, Amoy, Certain ratings remain excludedin
a, Accounting $38.6ftAmtembly and Hong Kong Comdr. Grangewas the point reductions, as follows:
Accessories Division
65."70.: Admr.-Voc& Repair Tr.-Prod- 25: Assembly aboard her when Jap kamikaze Ships cooks and bakers, water
50,81. Electrical, 67.96: Emergency Repair pilots attacked the ship off tenders, machinists mates, and
6.50; Engine Overhaul 3.50: End'Inerinj. Formosa causing over 400 casual- chief commissary stewards Will
: 4.H5-: Finish & Fabric, 49.75; In- p t 9
need 39 for
ties and inflicting severe damage points discharge during
Continued. on Page Seven ,i Although the Ticonderoga was December, and 38 on 1 Janu-
---- -- ; forced to return to the states for ary.Male

Attorneys Tour repairs,' he stayed with her until yeomen storekeepers except
I : she left the Puget Sound Navy SKD), mailmen, and specialist
Yard at Bremerton Wash., and (C) will continue to need 41

:_ Station Today again headed for the battle zonesin points.
y a the Far East. :Male specialists (S) and specialists -

Attorney generals from more a s R R.atana From then 'til the Jap surren- (X) key punch operators can
I : than 40 states and a few govern r der the "Big T" struck blows -vithContinued get out with 38 points on 1 Janu-
I I. ors who are holding an annual on Page Seven Continued On Page SevenJflI

conference, in Jacksonville, are I _--x _
, touring NAS Jax this morning asi 1 r

, of their entertainment fea
one Two DFC's Are ( rY?
tures. I Ij !

The visitors will be greeted by: M I Presented HereK.
\ .., Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davison, j a2ov

Chief of Naval Air Advanced! C. Little AMM2c, of Mc- :
a t Training, at 0950 at the new indoor* Keesport, Pa., and J. W. Elliott, o' s .

'.r' ,swimming pool.Wilco' *Wk ,, AMM3c, of Belle, W. Va., were a ji(
> __.jc.. ._ presented Distinguished Flying I I".
e ', : Crosses during the past week by
Is Now Lt, Comdr. Edmund W. Tuton, of- 3.l

ficer-in-charge of the Headquarters -
: aW
; Stationed Here"Wilco" Flag Unit.

Little also received Gold Starsin .l
cartoons by Bob Jones ,,d.s.... lieu of second and third Air
I Sic(ARM), who recently was received THIS ISN'T A CjAO Food in a safe ,for the recently arrived Medals.. He was with VC-9, and i
here from NAS Miami, appear shipment of imported Russian caviar at the Commissary Store is the awards were for extraordinary
e- 1 on pages one 'and five of this considered so valuable that it was decided to keep it in the vault. achievements' while participatingin <(
"''.; lit 'issue. Not all the stock'is kept in the safe, however, and the counters in aerial flights.

!It! ,Jones formerly did animated the store are packed high with all sorts of good things to eat and Elliott's DFC was for participating i
toon work for Warner hard-to-get items. The WAVE looking over the precious caviar is in 20( missions in the Southwest ,
Looney Tunes.His; home is in car'l Joan Browell: SKlc, of Landstwn, Pa., office manager of the store. Pacific area from Decemberof

erly Hills, Calif. (See page three for story on'Commissary' Store), 1911 until February of 1915. ,




Two JAX AIR NEWS 29 November 1945

Educational Services Offers HABLO EL ESPANOL

I __._.. __u,...__ *_NNo OSP'I :

Classes Forums Study BooksIn 7:44

the two stunt months since its establishment here,

the Educational Services\ Office, located in Hldg' !130. has organized '

olt-duU Kisses in Spanish, elemental: algebra and :. .

intermediate algebra: has laid the groundwork for an extensive -

open-foium type orientation program ; advised about

730( men and women here ; and made available more than

500( ( home: study \books) )

The i lttl\, in dd l \the dlr'l.twl11f i h'-I';; ", or wanted adxite on ihoos I L ;: i I

Elsworth f' \> rods and Lt ''IJ: I II1g} a business" or piotession or vot
Bernard I I "it iv! saddling; 1 itself t / ration( One sailor came in recently; NT I
with still another tub now te /serge i and asked! if the had any books ; ;

--- - -----

1U (Hia lire I'lpUIn, Kns: (1100

Charles Wavne4 Barr, ARM2c.l' ,
SNH. was presented a Gold Stnr
and citation in lieu of a sec'onil
Air Medal 17 November by Captain -
C. J. Brown Commanding Office -

I __ 1'<1'0' '!' of the Naval HospitAl. '

TYI'If'\J.] OF TilE off-duty houis study climes; !' is this one In The award was made for heroic
Ff action the Asiatic-ratific!
Beginning Spanish, organized by the! Servo) 'es office in Ana
The dals meets twice weekly' in Bldg 30. The lasses r *tier an opportunity and the citation was signed by; Admiral -
to sailors) and WAVES to utilize their spate time to advantage Mitscher lie was awardedhis
f either building up credits toward a diploma, or increasing first Air Medal for action in
their knowledge of subjects which: will help them in civilian lile. tions.the European Theatre of Opera I

Ensign Anthony; J. LeMarco, Jr..
Life in a USNFl has been awarded the Pur-

I ple Heart Medal by the Commander -

: Glen Plaid Suit I of Carrier Division Twentj-hve;
I for wounds received in euemac-
lion The award was presented by .

I Eilitoi/ Kott : ContniuiiHi i/s/ i 121 i The job was! not a temporal I Captain C. J. Brown 1? November. -

PI ("ttc(, of dii('/utvinii. rm'IIIIIII/i- I'x' one. *
i __ __
'.c gvap I tarts 'Irtmen the itcta/ and tin (1:1:ii I The returnee I is "still, qualified im
tA. I I G 1. Bill of' Knihto, the follauimpaiaffiaphi / / for the job and is rot, now An improved U. S. Naval Hospital
basketball team defeated
air dnotcd to f
a ( u' physically handicapped
of the lie I LST 292 Saturday, 17 November,
THK: 1::m'f.VTIONAL SERVICE OFFICE has on hand trade I'ctual1nth pitfalls his head in! wart too fo"tile ((4)) The emplo 'er's situationhas ': on the NAATC (court f>"> to 32
publications from many industries which are available to af) hands. / far not changed to such degree
| The LST 292 won the championship -
into/ the lands H Jioi the wt sheds
I These publications give a prospl'tlfOmall businessman an idea of that that it is 'imfossitle"' or unreason- of the LST group in Plxm-
conditions within the industry and are valuable aids to servicemen uniform and step into outh last ,
England, season playing
flash striped suit, he dors not I
planning to open' a business after they are separated from the sen'kt' eran.
most of their aboard ship
sailor look them all ifd all tine and responsibility/ : games
WAVES and over.the
Here a couple a '
he Mill has plcntu of tetpon&ibthtit/ I some >: nt Qualified? I on the tank deck which they fit-

ships of the inactive fleet at on how to become a milhonaiie for his peiional/ ndfaie, uith// his The first two provisions will not ted out as a basketball coutt

the Green Cove Springs Anchorage i i While not all sailors and G. I, Bill petatin.
Not only are they landing:; t WA\'ES want books on how to become fritidhhand MI Ids shouldir. ,I may bring up a variety' cf. rrob'l I were:
self-study books to be used by the wealthy overnight, home ]ems. Take number three. Ruzicka, F. Sc'humac'k, F? Snyder

men attached to the anchorage, but I study books on a wide variety of I The mustering-out pay, plus] any servicemen! have teen. completely Weidhainer, C, Pajne, C.,
they; are blueprinting plans to brief : topics have been in great demand accumulated pay and back savings '- out of touch with the type of Stuart, F, \Mlhite. G, Tiisi, O,
fifncers of each ship on this type ', More than SCO books are now in I'' will not put a serviceman on work they did two or three or four Hambrick, G. Stnidtaln, I'.,
cf work so that they in turn may 'I circulation on subjects ranging Easy Street. Not by a long shot. I i years ago upon entering( service, I Thomposn G, Davis, F'.. Stanart,
from How to Start A Dairy Farmto New methods and G
machines "
conduct similar programs aboard In fact, the enlisted man will have mav
their respective ships Mathematics Reviews for those to le at work within a short time 'necessitate them to re-learn] their''
and taking exams for advancement in job, and actually they could be !']a'lng for LST 2<>2.:
Elementary algebra Beginning -
rating classified' as not qualified Mudd, F, Siroehman F, Tuskl!
Spanish were the first off- If any questions vocations F7 l I The fellow with serious C, Carlson G., Cileantl, G., Johnson -
duty classes to be organized injuriesalso
here'l asked bx' sailors and WAVES here c f r Ei e, Lowery; G., Whltcneck,
:Begun on 6 November, the (' an'y indic'aUon.'eterans f takes it on the chin under the
are cf G,, Hanson, G.
meet in Bldg. 930 twice weekly provision that the veteran must
\\ oildar II do not have ideas lrsS The next scheduled for the
Tuesday and Thursday, from 17151: I that run in the same channels i le physically;) able to hold the old: game
Naval] Hospital team will be 6 December -
to 1910 The 12-week course of intensive job
The of rather I
years regimentation, where they meet Gmn
study is the approximate than molding their thoughts alongthe I Number' four will give a loop- Cove .
equivalent of a normal school, same lines have made them I hole to an occasional unscrupulous Springs.Congratulationsl
te-rm employer] who does not want to
individualistic ask
even more They !
OrlifiiateN Issued j about vocations ranging from min- I disrupt his present organization' : To Commander( C. O. William

I'ersons ! and Lieutenant Ralph
the courses conducted here will x. I servicemen He can claim his
Reed D t tL) USNR on their recent -
be Issued certificates of completion situation has changed/: and he is
which schools' ] Bound now tooled for two by five promotions
most high recognize 0" production To Chief Hugh A. Smith of the
and credit toward Not instead of two by three
a dIploma. o I and Physical' Training Department I.f.
till however interested \ therefore the veteran' would !
students are Message OfferedThe to the the Naval Hospital on his seven
in credit for same as a leginner. '
obtaining they coin sothis i
after getting out, if he expects to pound three ounce son Hugh Alvin -
({courses but merely] desire to familiarize -, Western Vnion 'I illustration is fai-fetched but
Telegraph few
keep a dollars. I Smith, Jr., born 20 November
themselves with the sub- the point remains that
fixed text there might
Company is
offering a We
I in the Dependents Hospital.
So the
I enlisted! man's immediate: he a few'
jc c't- Homeward Bound Message for employers who will use understand Chief Smith expects! to
concern is a job.'hat about that I
A course in intermediate algebra 2ri: cents to any point in the United this provision as an excuse", even have the man chinning himself -
old job err finding a new one7 voting
was begun on 13 November, States from the following though they have to prove' conclusively later
I If the WOl k the ex-civilian ]leftis I on the side of his crib not -
and ethers in different subjects points: New* York, Boston, Nor i that the situation has' thin next wreck!
and he
appealing she
ere now in the process of folk, Charleston, New Orleans, Los I or wants changed .
tion Classes in any Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, status that upon there returning four to a civilian I And its, important to remember! I Regardless of the fact that

which instructors can be found and I and Seattle. for the benefit of men the are provisionsguaranteeing that, application for the old job Thanksgiving: Day had to be spent
for which facilities are available'l returning to the United States job: must" re, made within !'0 days alter! in the hospital, the patients of the
will be organized for any interested from abroad. j I (Ill\ The veteran has an honorable discharge or rthase troll; hospiontiiuiHl Natal Hfspital had the/ traditional

group upon aphcation at tht'i The message; is as" follows: "Ar- discharge I (' on Page: Seven I ('lIlItll\lII'lllIlI I'.icr lit"'
Educational Services Office Classes I rived! safely. Expect to see you ------ --

are held down to a fairly small soon. Don attempt to contact or CELEBRATE
size to provide more individual in- write me heie Love." MASS

tlruction, Lt. Woods said' x_ '

Instructors give their leisure I 1 Fleet I e 4
time without compensation! The Reserve

Beginning: Spanish class' is divided :
into two groups with Pedro Flores Unit Organized !'

AEMlc, of the Boat House! teach-
ing one and Vincent E. Grohman A branch of the fleet) Reserve

Sic, of VPB instructing the other. Association is being fojpiecl in L k fl
Elementary algebra is taught:: by Jacksonville) it was announced this
Lt. (jg) Donald Bodholdt of A & I week bv Chief Machinist Walter

R, and intermediate algebra] :: bv< E. Beall.
Theodore Slustskx, AMM2c, of Aft The association' is a national organization I
H. 'All of thf'm'were volunteers : with headquarters in r E aLt

offering to conduct the classes! because Washington: DC,. and has {90 .;
eif their interest and enthusiasm branches* scattered throughoutthe ,
in both the project and the United States and its territi i

potticular subect) I I lies i It1 .J
r : ,
flan) OrientationIn Any -person now transferred to 4.ts.t
the 36 er. 20 year classes of theI
co-eperation with the Welfare leet Reserve or Marine Corps
Department, plans are being readied ]- having six or more years honorable
for an extensive orientation service who remain in the servo! e
program. ': which, the Educational] I' until transferred to the Fleet) Reserve
Services hopes, will be under
way or retired; and men on the
leaders retired list of the U S. Navy or
are being selected to lead group I Marine Corps are eligible for membership
'forums in barracks and either gathering in the association
places on topics of current I Further information may' be cb t r t
Interest tamed from either Chief Mai-hm
In addition to this ether, work, I' 1st Beall) at extension 339 or Chiet r
the office has granted about 7JO Printer G. A. Floyd at extension

interviews on various problemspertaining 636. +.,.nRrEt k ... ..
to educational counsel x. I ;,JIqIIP>:>:-""'.' 1'.C" \, \ ,
l ,
ing. Nearly two-thirds of those ItllU.K: (I.ASS:; MI-;E'iS: Tin MOST 1C.n'lus'l'; ; : ('I'I.EUHAS1'': : of the SJlrllln
I I'ontlfll'al
M eking advice] wanted to know The Young Men's Bible class will of the Mass and the altar bogs; rv shown above I.n 1 lti !lU"mhH.hl'n MaM surioundc1i by ministers
how to obtAin educational credit meet Sunday at 0930 in Chaplain Edward chapel) here TI1I' -..:.hntllt ,u th, mooot ':f'"If'fRlill'; the MasH 'was celebrated] in St.
for their military experiences and Cajlers;)] office, it has been announcetl Savannah The Deacons. Hon- on either uie of th O'Hltll i r D.CBisrant hop of Atlanta'
training. Others wanted to enroll ). This will not take the chaplain, and Chaplain I. A Hebert Others are Chap ac D Chaplain J. H v senior Catholic -
in correspondence courses throughthe place] e>f the regular Thursday II bishop's secretary who were masters of ceremonies Strange and the He'\' John Wrk.
Chaplain T J.
USAFI and co-operating tol night session. Sheehy, former /senior: Catholic chaplain/ Archpriest' and Chaplain! T Glynn r' McMahon, deacon: ,the subdeaconPoge Very Rw. MS:: .

29 November 1945
JAX AIR NEWS n..,,_.. 'T't.._ _

I Commissury Store Provides Fomilies' Doily Food Needs I II Ie Ie Ia

Christmas Items Yi

I' Will Be Offered; + ?' ,

Trees Available

q V 9'

Hy AKTIIUK M. mmtNt2c' : ,
Staff Writer

When someone mentions the

holidays chancse are that your mind f sII! :$ I .
conjures up pictures of a table
staggering/ under the weight of all
sorts of good things to eat sue-
17t rulent morsels of white Lurk.y
a -"Lw w y meat delicious plum pudding, and hL4E4i
the like. And while it is true that .
these\ holidays are festive occasionsfor
feasting, Navy wives have to
t 5 worry about providing nourishingmeals ,
all year round for their hus
bands and families.
The Commissary Store is the an
swer to her problem, a wellstorked
larder that's a cross between a
regular super market and the fabled -
treasures of a Captain Kuid.
: Here under one roof, are not only
all the groceries, vegetables, and i
housekeeping aids that can normally -
-. \ -.. -..,-,..- """';'tn. be found in civilian stores

I 1'EM T ON THGBffBES 7W131. EgH that but many civilian scarce housekeepers, hard-to-get wouldgive items ONLY ft!ON BY NEZQBD Not;; -- I

: "lli Nt u..,. __ their
last dollars for.
And the Navy wife who does hei
I shopping} in the Commissary St,,1'.-
gets an added bouus for her pa
(ronage. Nearly every articles *
sold at a price lower than those
I charged at comparable civilmr

markets.Store HUH Groton v' .4.5 r

The store has grown in leap and
bounds since it was first established
) > I here in May, 1912 While actual x.
I floor has not bet'nwr'as
space -
ed much, additional counters ha--
been installed the vegetable. department
reorganized, and othei! :
rr changes have been made during its ::
floelopment.. But the real growth
has been in the volume of business
'Y'Ye" During' the first full mouth,
of operation, the store rang up
t wli'.s amounting/ $20.210 .r1'; "
a s 3e da>'s average monthly sales runwe'll
] over $100.000, or about rive
month.t times the volume of that first : --

At < ording to Lt. Guy A Smith
the present offlcer-in-chargo. 1 ihc,
stk, turns over completely ir a
week or less. Slow moving items he
'iiiusually' are not reorderedrv'isimbles. 1 :
; especially vegetnb! J1 :
t ,*!I.' bought locally and manv eta! I
dl rl.-, nre obtained through )uhh" >.
h.">- in Jacksonville Many nation!
ell,efyY,, f ,
ai concerns have branch otnceshen '

6 Z f C;- Iti \\- ,th the Thanksgiving rush !he
hind( store; personnel are looking!
'orward to their biggest pre-Chnsi!
tax shopping season, Despite ; .>
I duct ions in the station's personnel,
,caused demobilization, business sir
the ; + .e\\
at store shows no sign of fall
ing off. -
Sold Many Turkey* FROM c iOADS9 F/ELDS 1
I !' AAMS Over 600 turkeys wen sold mi "'LM I ____m_
__ _____ the ,
'- nC- -.V Thanksgiving holiday and it is
; : expected that sales for Christmas
of 1 the traditional bird will double t?Jt
that amount. The store's meat 'iepartirent
will begin accepting ordetx -
for the birds next week InYx
F."r- those persons who HH- "-
; been worrying about Christmas
trees I.t. Smith had reassuring
s' a word, "Tell everyone," he Hid\
"that we will have trees this \ ,'a'
And that they will be placed .n- r
sale around the 10th of P""PII' >t A
, bet ..

r a A* far as merchandise is cmcei '
2ro ned, this looks like the best
I \'.-nr !since the war, the store riported. >
\. Stocks; will be pretty complete 1-
and plenty of chocolate can-
dv is! expected. All kinds of hoh-
dafood will be available, and
sti. h unromanticbut important:
.. things;::!' like laundry soap and soap
powder will continue to h<> on the
,counters I' l.iivury llfiiiH
Typical of the luxury mere han-
dise the store Is beginning to receive -
i i'l' a small shipment of imported -
Hus ian Caviar Romanoti! I
Black Seal in four ounce bottles
The stuff is too valuable to I"a\e
on shelves where an accidental )tar<
might send it crashing to ths 'loor
so it's kept in the safe.
__ ___ ---
'V" '' The store is unique among .';.1\'y
I ulY c3' ,5 HOPPER.5. ro oYeoman's activities In that no civilian personnel / PRICELESS FIt'I/ : i31uu
may he employed according
. WI' i The lour first prize winners, each! to naval regulations.! Other sh.>piping : IT i.orn TAKE: YOn ('IlANCKriChicago :

Chantey awarded a 2iO: war bond, were: | places like, Ship's Service|'I New Yolk ((':\S) _. Discharged [I (SKA: ). A small, uninviting .
have always had civilian sales help, Waves are buying brown outfit
Wins Show Prize I T-Sgt. David Dempsey, USMC', behind the (counters. prt'll'l1t.7 :! for fall, a New York West ,rajijJoJcafe, his a
shop reports sign in the window
New York City, for a one-act play enlisted, personnel and :3 officers but ex-YVactf will have l1mof It'acs : "Come in
(ISEA1.) Winnei ti the "Shooting Star," !.t. Norman My-' ; Anyway.
Navy make: up the complement of the "
\\ want black, yellow
.. Show Contest: was Noah; F. Hyder, I ride, L'SNK. Amherst, 1\[.15S., radio' store 1 blue anything but green brown; ," |I X- -
Y3c, LJlizAlwtli: CIty Va., who was I fantasy, "Bad Dream;" John Jo iSVw permits' are now being issued store spokesman;said. a NOT SO WITH CJOI5S
.' awarded, a $r>0>) wur bond for his I seph Uramah, SIClc. USNH skit to all regular patron! and I ThrrniflpoliiVyo.. (SEA) _
'" sea chantey "(hut Away Mateys, I I "Nine Million Dollars," and Tfc. the old ones will he invalidatednext procure a permit. They will be issued There is! no way to swear ia' Indian

We're Alnuwt Ho III 0) Based on Donald J, Holmes: USMCtt, Co- month. Service personnel who a temporary one at the entrance language, George' W.
traditional Negru folk song form : luntbus: Ohio, one-art play, "An-' casual customers I says
are lust m ikitrgpurclt'lses j door at the tune ai eachvisit Bull, 67 year old /\ral'ahO'hel\
the select IOU toypt 1.3J1 entries. atomy 01 a Yankee Warr for. | infrequently neeJ not:. to the store. I an Indian gets mad lu 4itat grunts


Four JAX AIR NEWS 29 November 1945

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Office of Public Editorial Information Offices Room 221 L. .TJeuxs: : orvlVieii frnrr tntion ",\\

Administration Annex, Bide. 934
Telephone Kxtenslon 8342
IX Cinndr. James F. Kelly, fSNK. Editor I
The JAX Alit NEWS i II pubillined.el"' )' at the U. S. .
Naval Air Station. Jackson\lIle. Florida by the Office ol f '
Public Information at no expense to the government and t tt Inoinpllance 'SEEING JESUS
with Secnav Clicular Letter 4 -56.:! :28 May 1SM5.
Copies are distributed tree ot charge at the Naval Alt Chaplain Luther M. Cole
Station, the Naval Air' technical I naming Center, the r
Headquarters of the Naval' Air Operational Training Command I On an occasion when Jesus was passing
Naval Auxlllaiy Air Station Green Cove Springs, through the City of Jericho, a tax collector
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field the Naval Air
Gunnel school, the U. S. Naval Hospital, the Naval Auxiliary named Zaccheus wanted to see Him. Because -
Air Station Municipal No. i, and the Nasal Auxiliary
Air feUtion. Ma> Ul't. j the man was little of stature, with a

around Jesus he was unable i
Hear Admiral Ralph E. Davlson: USN crowd packed
Cliwf vl Naval Air Advanced Training to do SO.Spying.
tree along the street
Captain Anthony R. Brady USN p a sycamore
Commanding Ofllcer ahead of the crowd, Zaccheus climbed it, and
Jacksonville Naval Air Station! I thus was able to see Jesus. The Lord observed

Captain Commanding Ford N. Taylor Oillcer, USN j :.ML this resourcefulness and invited him

Naval Air Technical Training Center ----- self to dine with Zaccheus. After an evening

C..,.Uilii CUmuw.. Brown (MC) USN New theories as to the possible effects on our age of spent with Jesus, he mended his ways.

U.Commanding S. Naval Hospital Oflicer the discovery of the atomic principle fall into the office in- So many in the world today are too little

coming mail basket as regularly as dead leaves in November. I to see Jesus. Not because of His inaccessibility
.. ,
L'SMC Ret.)
Colonel Martin Nelieher (
Commanding Officer The atomic thinkers seem to be sharply divided into t.\v I I or the interference of the crowd

Marine Barrack schools i.e., those who think everything will be all right, atomor about Him, but because of their own little

Commander Kduaia 1 k.. Doiecek. USN no atom, and those who don't. I ness. They use numerous excuses for their I)

Naval Commanding Air Gunnels'OHlcer School Two of the most alarming exponents of the first view I j failure that we wonder at their credulity in ,

are Major General Brock Chisholm, Canadian psychiatrist, justifying themselves 1
Commander Frank 1. Corbln USN
Commanding OfficerNaval and Dr. Edward Condon, chief of the U. S. "Senate Atomic. The world has always needed to see Jesus, :!lj(
) Auxiliary Air :btatlon. Green Cove Springs Energy Committee." I .
certainly this generation is no exception. The
Commander Commanding How aid Officer E. Born. USN Because of the Atomic Age, General Chisholm asserts I stress and( strain of the human race couldbe '

Naval Auxillaiv Air :station. Cecil Field that it is now a mistake to permit young children to believein eased! immeasurably by seeing Jesus. J

Commander Salem A. Van Every, Jr., USN Santa Claus, on the ground that any child who looks up I Civilization could be made anew in this 1
Commanding Olllcer the chimney for Santa has demonstrated that his .
Naval Auxiliary At button. Municipal No. 1 ability to generation if we would see Jesus He has M _
think has suffered permanent injury. The child, in the wordsof made Himself accessible to us. Now we must ,-
Commander John U. Hunn USSR
Commanding Officer the General, "will become the kind of man who develops I make ourselves: accessible to Him.

Naval Auxiliary Air SUUon. Mayport a sore back when there is a tough job to be done and 'refusesto *

Lieut. Col.! William 1. Evans USMC (Ret.) think realistically when war threatens." Along with new ''I

Marine Commanding AvUtloii DetachmentThe Officer atomic knowledge, must come a new rearing process for children !-

he decides.Dr. 1 O .1
JAX Alit NEWS receives camp Newspaper Service
and Ship's Editorial: Association muteilal. Republication(( Condon bases his alarms on different grounds.) He
of credited matter prohibited without permission of CNS
War Department, :AJ5 E:: '.'nd St.. N.r.,-=., or SEA \\asn thinks American cities could be wiped out by grinning foreigners I
.Ington; :A D. C. Republication of any other matter, with push buttons hooked up to an atomic bomb. a
except by service publications Is prohibited without 'H\'lni( FUR KfMUY.! I>Rr.:.MIlFK I, uu j jI"
permission Of Editor JAX AIR NEWS. Agents of the enemy country could bring the atomic bomb' ,
C I Hi ''hHI.llln Hurulil L flash
-- i" r. {
into our land in small pieces he then >j
says, assemble trimAi'1v, St'roll'h plaln Kdwln:: Andifws.i.v .
Grampaw's BackyardThe them and blow us all to h -1. "l"4' ...l .,h, :s. ,,1 ," . l.l., in H..r..l.t l L. I.x ,hrrvlrr. : ;1
----- -- ---- Divine far (ulorrd IVrtonnrlHuiltlini 81)4.rh.ipluln r

1915 world has become: a familiar J4.TO k.. K.: I'H. lor. pleaching.Cilhnlir J

place to almost everybody, what with frequent Station On DisplayDuring
Chip til Muslin Hold and Itlrmlnthnni ",enu..
mention of far-off places and person- the past few weeks NAS Jacksonville has been M.W;: -Mum.. '

alities appearing in war dispatches and the host to many important groups in search of information concerning 0!oiOt.Mas.).!t-Mais.
strides forward in air travel. ]100-loldlA.
great already the Navy's plans during the post-war period, and to 1700Mass..
With the world-wide air lanes -
other visitors who are motivated understandable curiosity Christian Minr SrrvlretAvrnur. 1'lu.\I. HOld sad Uirmlnghira
for travelers the most remote .
open concerning what on behind the of this
goes gates Navy city
11K>-Small chapeLI.U.
geographical spot i is really not much along the St. .,
Johns. Day SninUi Small Cliapet', corner .( Mustla aadItirminxliant.
than the end of the pasture used to be iiGrampaw's ,
During the NAS Jacksonville
war known
was throughput 19UO-\lulu..1 meeting (Wednesday).
day. the world as one of the three largest air stations in ex- Jewish Krlijiom !Vrvirn end trllvvvkhlp Hours.
In 19JO, the year many of the cars now istence. Its output in trained aviation and k'llda.v. isli-iMiiall Chapel Muslin and Ulimlngham.
men repaired Malnsldo.Tuesdu.v. I .
seen on the road were turned out, it required .', 1I\Ool:: .'1CI- : '
planes to carry them was trenwndous.ow( a different and < haploln. Office NATTC.
23 hours to fly from New York to London. Tuesday, ITuO-lSJO-Clupluln't) twice. Yellow Water.
equally important service is being performed. Instead of Nn uS,
hours.In 191) ;:,.the flying time has been cut to 11,! contributions to war, the spotlight on NAS has been shiftedo First flee'1'hut NAAx sdav, of Green each Cove month Springs.; 17DO1830. Chaplaln'i, Oi-

its contribution to peace. Second Thursday,, of each month. 1630-1SOO. Reading
the details of business deal NAAiJ.. - --
Lost in some Room. Maypurt,
executive absently pick a tele- The nationally famous newsmen who arrived on 10 November Thud Thursday of each month 15lJ -..1630. Chapel, Sax
an may } up
to inspect the plane salvage program being conducted Note: No service in 1'BY Hangar Area
phone this to reserve a space on
here, the State Attorney Generals who with
are us today for a
the next London plane, and be in close con-
brief inspection of the place about which they have heardso -
with his London office tomorrow
afternoon. There will soon be just about as much, and the 300 members of Jacksonville's Schoolboy L c=The Book Shelf

much opportunity for a nation to stand alonein Safety Patrol who will be with us next Saturday, are proof

the world as there has been for home- enough there's plenty of interest here for all\ ages and tastes. Say, fellows and gals, how many of you
are planning a trip to Silver Springs, St.
development ---
in the same suburban housing ? -
Augustine!' the Tamiami Trail Clearwater
tl stand alone You can always hear
) One NeighborhoodNow St
Petersburg or Miami ? The Station Library -
the neighbors lawn-rnovver even when you
has a number of books' of
aren't looking at him. and then, as we sit in our lonely eyrie and listen! interest on places
in Florida, how to get there, and ofcourse
_* to conversation about discharge points I
jobs and
--- --- several histories of the Spanish
other topics that hold priority in this section of the Deep
Reserve state. How of know that there
Regular many you
vs youth, there comes over us the feeling that we've heard it f'' was TIepuhlic'of
a West Florida 1810 to
Last week, in this space, Sergeant La- Before. We get the uneasy idea that there are only. few su! 1813? Or that Fort Marion was originally
USC[ expressed himself I jects of general interest in this country, and that people are \
mar Bryan, named Fort ban :Marco b\. the Spanish and( 4
through the medium of a letter to the editor. talking about them in practically the same way, in practic- called Fort St. :Marks\ by' the British ? \\'e .,

Because of his position, Sergeant Bryan deserves ally the same tones, whether they live in Down East Maine, suggest the following books found on our

an audience, a respectful audience. Deep South Florida, Wide) Prairie Kansas, or Golden West shelves

During his 17 years in the Marine Corps, he California. I THAT VANISHING EDEN by Thomas

has seen much of the world, and he has Barring a few sectional differences in accents and clothing Laibour. A naturalist's' vision of, Florida.

spent most of the past four years in variousof this country is one big neighborhood with no more than I THE MANGltOVE COAST, Uy K. A.

the notorious Japanese prison camps. He the usual neighborhood suspicions and squabbles between hickel. A StOl'of. the west coast of Florida.
!r has seen men under the pressure of battle parts of the country. The war has performed: one service in Illustrated.!

i and under the pressure of starvation. lie has that it has succeeded in broadening the horizons of several THE ST. JOHNS
by 1 It.: Cabell. One a
seen war face to face, from boot camps to million neighborhood kids by sending them around the country series \ written on the rivers of America

firing squads.In during the course of their military training. :Many\ time- FOUR CENTURIES OF FLORIDA

his letter, Bryan discussed the age-old honored( beliefs will disappear. It will be very diffcult, for instance RANCHING, by G. H, The development -
service problem of prejudice between the to persuade the returned veteran of the Bronx or of
"regular" and the "reserve," and he pointed Brooklyn that the far west begins just the other side of FLORIDA OLD .
AND F.' W.
.. out that, for his money, there was no reason loboken. California will no longer he considered) as a fabulous Dau. A history NE1by
than four
covering more centuries -
for bitterness and petty bickering betweenthe country composed entirely, movie actresses< and gold) of culture in the "
two classes that he encountered in placesas rushes. Tales of Indians and wild )buffalo in the outskirts of HISTORY: OF "state of flowers.

remote from fox-holes as X AS Jax. With- Denver Colorado, will be scoffed away. F Davis. Concise JACKSONVILLE, by T.

out the regulars, there would have been no Take this section of Florida, for example, where we are vicinity, l.13 to history jyji.: of Jacksonville and

. nuclear force with which to start the war shivering through our final winter of service to our country ( : )
for and with- Even here, the wheel has turned full ,vr"L FEDEHAI4UTEHS'} PROJ- .
and carry on the training war, (circle and we can ob- A guide to the A .
:. out the reserves, there would have been no serve the traditional Deep South turning its glance inward 'At Must" to

{'1 forces to fight the war. It's all as simple as only to emerge shaking its head. SEEING every newcomer.
ST. : Federal
,. that, to Bryan. And here's }proof of our idea that North, South, East \\iiters Piojcct. A AUGUSTINE,

" Under the pressure of battle, mutual mis- and West arc finally getting together, despite Kipling and! hit- .-icnt city guide tQ America's An-

ery, and struggle for life, it's the petty, niggardly gloomy view of things. While driving along the )'lealFlor- GONE SUNWARDS
{ attitudes and issue that disappear ida highway that connects St. Augustine (the oldest city) interesting : by C. Roberts. An

'. first. Leisure and safety are required before with Daytona (the fastest beach) we were startled and delighted :'la from the: description rain to of everything} ilFJol'; -

men become petty And snobbish and self-in by a road-side sign which, I'm sure, is! significant alligators.$i ,
dulgent .. and without perspective or aj>-/ "ONE HALF MILE AHEAD-TOURIST CABINSNORTHKN A IS FLORIDA, b? :_For :fc'IlSt<' -
preciation. STYLE COOKING" it ''read. comprehensive wp'tui pfHnb'opruitunilies ( J) -
and\ ctiyitie: \ ? in Florida.Page .,





29 November, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

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" ;, l\y LOIS A LKSER, VSo i

Another week has flown past MAINSIDE MOVIES

and it is about time for me to settle -
\ '" down and send THURSDAY
"I, some news "DONT FENCE ME IN" Another Roy Rogers musical with the
home as to what's been I
songs and hard riding that has made these pictures so popular 1300-
here at the base. I
1700 & 1930.
". Last week's Jax Air News came I 1UIDAY .'
, out with a big: display as to what' "HIT THE HAY." An amusing comedy starring Judy Canova and
we would get for our Thanksgiving Ross Hunter 1300-1700 & 1930.
dinner, but they really under- SATURDAY-SUNDAY: : "

estimated the dinner we had. It "CONFIDENTIAL AGENT," with Charles Boyer, Lauren Bacall
really was some thin'! and Peter Lorre. Sat. 1300-1700 & 1930. Sun. 1130-1700 & 1930.
Those of us who were lucky MONDAY

enough to get in the first sittingat "CRIMSON CANARY." A murder mystery in which a singer la

the tables were over-awed by DONE-S murdered during a jam session. With" all members of the band under

the sight that greeted us as we suspicion and plenty of clues this promises to be good entertainment.Noah .
S first entered the chow hall. To Beery Is starred. 1300-1700 & 1930. .
start with, we had table cloths_ I Sunday morning with a gang of TUESDAY-\1'EDNESUAY

nice snowy ones, beautifully dec- i the girls. The affair was sponsoredby "WHAT NEXT CORPORAL HARGROVE." A worthy successor

orated with cornucopias made of the 'ever active Welfare Department to the original Hargiove comedy of two years ago. His latest escapades -
colored crepe paper spilling forth take place in France. Robert Walker, Keenan Wynn and Jean
and if the other
r, apples, oranges, nuts, grapes and Porter head the cast. Tues. 1300-1700 & 1930; Wed. 1700 & 1930.
r the like. The warm and cozy light- gals are having as hard a time as
I am trying to move cautiouslyand
effect achieved
{ ing was by brightred
candles in a shiny red apple. sit down carefully, we must SALTY HUMOR FROM STUDENT OFFICERSTHURSDAYFRIDAY
present quite a picture. I really
Each place was marked with a
menu card and a of mixed nuts appreciated my sack that night HERE AND THERE \
cup "
"SAN ANTONIO. Errol Flynn and Alexis Smith 1930.
when I stretched and
my weary
.the best I've had in a long time.
aching bones down, wishing fervently I (NO MOVIE SATURDAY)
I Both, No Doubt ... SUNDAY"
outdid that I didn't have to bet up
Monday morning. I' Father: "And where U our "HIT THE HAY" Judy Canova and Ross Hunter. 1930.
and we outdid ourselves in eatingit son?" lUONIU Y-TUJoSU.\
Now all I'll have to do is
We join Mother "A.W.O.L." "
started off with tomato : "CONFIDENTIAL AGENT. Charles Boyer and Lauren. BacalL
r soup and proceeded to roast tur- the conditioning classes onhe Father: "What do you mean by 1930.
( Court back of Bar-
key, dressing, cranberries.Jn fact, Shuffleboard that T"Mother WEUNJo Sn.\
racks' 720 each night to really be "After women or liq "
a typical Thanksgiving dinner that : "CRIMSON CANARY. Noah Beery. 1930.
The horse I
in fine
shape. poor "
we would have been eating had we uor.
rode had as bad a time as I did, 1
been home. We topped it off with OTHER EVENTS
think. He was so happy to see the
la Case Dismissed
pumpkin pie a mode I shudderto
think of all the extra pounds stables at the end of the hour that I Crook: "I hope you will be lenient BOXINGFor information regarding workouts call Lt Rubino. ,
that we added when we finally left we rode in at a good gallop with with me, Your Honor. I havea extension 593 or report to Mainside Mat after 1500.

the table. me trying to "Whoa" him and good many people dependent on SWIMMINJIndoor swimming pool, recreational swimming 12DO-
hold on at the same time. "
,r For those of us content to stayon me for a living. 1300 and 1800-2100 week days. Saturday 1200-2100, and Sunday 1200-(
is of "
the base that night, there were There plenty activity goingon Judge: "Children? 2100.
nights to take up what spare Crook: "No, Your Honor-.-detec
the usual good shows playing at
MUSIC-Musiclans[ interested in in the Welfare
playing Dance
time we might have that is, if : I
the theaters. Friday night the an- we aren't burning the midnight: oil i i __ Sand call Ext. 498. Saxophone, trumpet, trombone, base piano, guitar.
nual Thanksgiving dance was held I
for rate. The Instruments furnished.BOWLINGSix .
studying our)
at the Mainside Auditorium with I That's No null
the music provided by Chief Bennett Shop is really turning out some One stockman said to the other alleys located in Mainside Recreation BuildingNo.
"'' and his band they really fine specimens of work with plexi- :! stockman: "I shipped 100,000 bulls I 3. Alleys are open from 1000 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and
glass and shells. We can "t were in the groove on their swing last year.
tunes and can do things to the a movie at the galley every Mon The other stockman said: "'1 I GOLrCourse; open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday
sweet and mellow pieces also day night (one we can attend in shipped.200,000 bulls last year." I and 0800 to :2030! \ on Sunday. Golf clubs and balls are available at Golt

Saturday afternoon we traveled sport clothes if we want lo_ -imag- i':I The first stockman replied: "We House. Free instruction to Naval personnel by appointment, call extension -
ineM! I and fill on the refresh- I II
up 8157. Bathing trunks prohibited on golf course.
are about the biggest bull shippers
into Jax to see Fort Benningtopple ments that provided I i
the NAS Fliers by the score when the are is over. The basketball I i in the country" A CIIOIt.\GJo _Open daily to enlisted personnel (with Liberty
of 14 to 7. With a line like Ben- picture is I i' Cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason!
season starting, along1with
;, nlng's they really could do a volley ball, but I'll pass on Ue No HooksA Field.
good job of this. One fellow was the word about that next time. I IThere's I I transport had been sunk and TENNIS Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Train-
6'6" tall and weighed 280 pounds. several life-boats were cruising ing Building No. 72t and equipment rooms at Building No. tS and on
I'd like
Hut you know the old saving about to say before only thing We all miss-I about the surrounding waters pick- II the Mat Area (corner of Mustin and Yorktown Roads).

the "bigger they are, the harder ed not being home for Thanksgiving ing up survivors. A completely R1X'E 'TlON CENTER: The Reception Center, located In south
they fall"._that applied to this ..but regardless of that, we do bald headed sailor popped up 1 wing of building No. 955, is open to N.A.S. personnel and their guests ,
boy af he was assisted off the have a lot for which to be thank- alongside one of the boats. One of I from 1000 to 2200 daily. ,
,. field twice during the :: from
game ful. Horrible as the atom bomb,' the Irishmen manning the oars I 1IOATING AND S.\ILlNGCall extension 623, Yard Craft Build-
. minor injuries received may be, it did help to bring about j spotted him and with a snort of cer, for information.
.r One sidelight of the game took a victorious closing of the war and I' rage brought his oar down smack I 1.1111tARYLocated on second deck of Mainside Recreation Building -

place in the South Stands when enabled some of the boys to return I on the bald man's pate. "This is no No. 3. Openfrom 0800 to :2100 :Monday through Saturday and from
one over-exuberant WAVE took home from the far-off corners of time for fooling," he said. "Go I 1200 to 2100 on Sunday.1.'ISIIIXGFresh .
advantage of the situation by firm- the world. Next Thanksgiving, I down and come up straight!"
water casting rods", salt water and fresh water
ly planting on the lips of Captain
will find all
hope hand lines available in the Welfare Office
Building No. 3.'OLLE1' .
A. R. our Commanding
3 Brady
: around our own family dinner ta- "John
Mary: dear I'm to
Officer, a true Hollywood Charles bles partaking not only of home- appear in an amateur theatrical.going \ .\BADMINTON TOUCH I'OOTBALLOfficer per
Uoyer-type kiss. The Skipper tooki sonnel previously scheduled tor sports in the Auditorium are
cooked food, but the company of What do you think the folks would requested
to meet at the issue' room at daily for
all in fun. our dear ones. say If I wore tights?" gear noon organized activitu.

I'm having a hard time manipu- That's all for now Goodbye John: "That I married you for ATHKI.hTIC: GEAR-Available in gear issue room, Building 3,
lating about today as I went I from your Navy blue. your money." lower deck.

;; horseback tiding bright and early SUE.LANl'S .

The sailor asked the Wave to go WAVES WEEKLY PROGRAM
LOOK to a shindig ashore. She replied
"I can't. I've got a case of dia TIIHKsDAY

1I' betes." Hamburger Fry, 1300, cokes, WAVES picnic area, guests invited.
"Oh," he said, "that's O.K. Bring Conditioning class, 1700, shuffleboard court .
F It along We sailors_will drink any Hockey practice, 1715, athletic field. '
y thing." SUNDAYPop "

e "1 conceit, 1300, WAVES Club. Bldg. 612, guests: invited
Joan "I'd love to go to sailors' MONDAY

tt: i I dance." Movie" 1700, "Janie" with Edward Arnold and Robert Benchley,
Jan: "That's a good way to get WAVES galley, refreshments, guests invited.
Invited." Conditioning class, 1615. shuffleboard court.

Hockey practice, 1715, Waves Athletic field.
L Ijkh I The draftee called up for exam DULY

ination claimed exemption on the Crafts Shop, 1000-2130 Bldg. 720, Rooms 100-1-2.
grounds of
extremely poor eye- ------- --
sigh and brought his wife along baugh's second tour of duty aboard
f a for evidence. Hospital i ChatterContinued this station.

I I Lt. J. E. Neighbor (MC) USN,
+ Littlefield: 'This steak Is tougher From I'age Two Lt. R. H Reed (D) L USNR, Lt.

w1v than shoe leather. How about American turkey. The menu Included Maureen R. Cutler (NCI) USN, Lt.
; taking it back and giving me I everything that goes to I (jg) Philecta Reinhardt WC>

something else ?" I make Thanksgiving dinner fl'om'' USNR.

Waitress: "Sorry, I can't take It shrimp to nuts turkey, ham, I Detached this: week were:
"J::.,'" back, you've bent it." cranberry saure, fruit cake mince- Lt (Jg) Aura M. Saddler (NC)

.. x meat pie, and even ice cream. To USN to Separation Center Mam-

Little complete the day the Welfare and I' side for release to inactive: .duty.
Theatre Recreation Department saw that Lt. (jg) Alice M. Clement WH( )
all patients had cigars and cigar USNR to U. S. Naval Dispensary,

Sets ProductionThe ettes. Yum-yum! II Norrjan. Oklahoma. Lt. (Jg) C. K,

Garverick HC USN to Washington,
Jacksonville Little Thea I Amid a gala Thanksgiving D. C., Pharmacist R. E. Bergen

.. tre's second production of the year, theme the Waves Corpsmen, and USN to Philadelphia Pa. Pharmacist
Ii', 'A Bell For Adano" opens tomorrow I Marine'Guard held their dance 23 I B. F Wirth, USN to Separation

:., night for a nine-night run, and, November, in the hospital auditorium Center for release to Inactive
t a limited number of tickets are The music was played by I'' duty.
: available. II the Separation Center Band. The' Also detached to Separation Centers
: I Service personnel in uniformwill general consensus of opinion following -: for release to inactive duty

I II I be admitted at half-price. the dance seemed to be: were: Mabel 1 Askew, PhM3c, Harriet
II Reservations are accepted In advance "Why Don't We Do This. More Vassar, PhMSq, Jackie ,CroH-
I by telephone or mail at the Often!" field, PhM2c, Betty Io..Gibbs" PhM2c..
Jacksonville Little Theatre, Ann Ndwogurska rhM2c, Janet
I An extra performance' ''will bt New arrivals aboard the station Beyer, IIAle, Eunice McMuMm,
-- given Saturday, $ December, fury\ { this week! HAte, Lorraine Irving PhMSc
ALONtiViTII .% "ILY publltl/eU feature: Lana which tickets may be obtain, 1 at Lt, Comdr. D. R Seabaugh, Mary Lamotte, HAle Bribe, Ra-

Turner has a look, too. I I the box office any time after 1400. (MC) USNR This (3 Dr. Sea- bun, HAlc, Frances Carter, HA2c,


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IP P Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 29 November, 1945 .'(


I' Fliers Play Goslings In FinaleFliers .Ii

-- -- -

Lose THRILLS"" SPILLS ON GRIDIRONACTION" Defeated Pensacola Team l|

E 2nd Game; 5. 48 to 0 I In First Meeting

By Ralph Warner, SpX)3c(

Aerials Fail Winding up one of the most successful grid seasons in

the station's five year history, the NAS Fliers will meet the
f A big, Army Pensacola Navy Goslings at the Municipal Stadium at 1430
eleven and fast
a Saturday in the finale of an 11-game schedule against lead-
it for
Navy team slugged out
in the South.
ing service teams
60 minutes before
who have notched eight victories against
The Fliers, two
fans at the Municipal Stadium ,:'
the Goslings 48 to 0 in the first
last Saturday and when the defeats walloped meeting
-- ---- at Pensacola two weeks and
ago "I'
last chips had fallen, the will be heavily favored to close out ,
Scoreboard read Ft. Benning Golf Course the regular campaign with a vic

14, NAS 7. tory.While

A tight Army defense deep In Will Reopen the Fliers are rated well
its own territory and a Navy pass- over Pensacola's Goslings, the Sat-
ing attack that backfired sent the urday game should offer a. spectacular
Fliers down to their second defeat Next MondayThe aerial show. In the first
and their first at home. I contest, the Goslings tossed the .1,

Five pass interceptions, one of i I ball on almost every play and gave j
which bet up Kenning's first station golf course, which the Flier defense many anxious .
touchdown, figured largely In the a has 'received a face lifting for the moments. NAS yielded a high to- .
victory of the Doughboys who ..' -'-,',, past three weeks, will formally be, tal of 236 yards by air to the Gos- .
were outplayed most of the .. > recpened with suitable ceremonis lings, who tossed the ball no less
I grame. next Monday, it was announced at than 46 times, with 19 being com-

The ponderous Doughboys halt- the P T. Department this week pleted. .

ed five NAS threats within the : Captain Ward, Captain Taylor, The Fliers also took to the air
Benning 25 yard line, and stopped i Captain McDonald and Comdr. in the first contest, connecting on
three other drives within the 35. Gentner have been invited to play 10 of 17 tosses for 230 yards. "
All in all, the Fliers out gained the
the first round at 1100 Monday, at The Goslings boast two veteran
Army team, 369 yards from scrim- which time prizes will be awarded aerial
artists in Len Gillman.
mage to 71, but they couldn't go I to the winners of the tournament -
mer Pacific U. passing wizard, and
all the way against the deter- held here several weeks ago. I
Rogers, triple threat from
mined Doughboys who avenged the I At 1400 two Jacksonville and Rice U.The ,
,Navy's 33 to 7 triumph in the first J two Navy pros will play an exhi-
game between the two clubs 47c s bition match. The contestants will NAS squad will be in fairly

Benning struck with dazzling I 3A be Al Nelson, one of the leading good shape for the fray, although
speed for both its scores while lim- pros In the south of the Ponte Ve- it took a beating in last week's
iting the touted Fliers to a lone dra course, Henry Johnson, pop- 14 to 7 loss to the Ft. Benning
touchdown on a 50 yard pass ular Hyde Park pro; Al Smith, beef trust. Guard Bill Kirkpatrick
shortly after the second half kick- SpA)2c) a former Virginia pro; and Fullback LeRoy Boyter top

off.The Q and Jack Harvey, SpAlc( ) of the the Injury list. Chuck Hunslnger,
Dougboys cracked the scor- r station course. An instructional 'ace halfback who was injured In

ing column late in the second quar- demonstration will precede the Saturday's tilt, will be ready for
ter when End Mike Span of the match, action.

Detroit Lions intercepted RedHarrison's On Tuesday the course will be The game will be free to servicemen
pass on the NAS 40 open to golfers on the station, who and to members of their Im-
line and raced to the four
e yard may play daily from 1000 to 1700 mediate families accompanying
before being tackled. On the second -
play, Kyle Estenik faded back f During the period the course them.
was closed, the and tees --- -
and tossed to Russ Craft, former 5 44y'Fem. greens
Alabama star, for the toychdown.! were reseeded with winter grass
and several holes Golf Team
George Hecht, another'Bama luminary ... .*' r>. -/f"/ 7.4'j ::tf'!+ "r"" '!''' were reconstructed Drops
placekicked the extra pointto putting the layout in tip-top
give the Doughboys a 7-0 half-: WAS PLENTIFUL at the Municipal Stadium Saturday shape for winter play. Low Ball MatchA
time lead. when the NAS Fliers suffered a tough 14 to 7 defeat at the hands y

Coach Jim Tat urn's Fliers, of the rugged Ft. Benning Doughboys. In the upper photo, 'Chuck Navy Looks To Line three-man Cecil Field golf out-

who have trailed at intermission Hunsinger, the Fliers' speedy right halfback, eats up yardage on a For fit won a closely contested 5 to t +
before, only to come back and wide run, behind the blocking of Center John Rapacz (No. 72) and Upset Victory low ball match from the NAS varsity -
smother the opposition, startedoff Tackle Newt Trotter (No. 81). Lower-An Army back is grounded ANNAPOLIS, MdNavy will golfers last week at Jacksonville -
In great fashion in the third after making a five yard gain at midfield. turn to its courageous line to car- 's Hyde Park.

period and for a time It looked -- ry the fight to the Arrnj' in the The winners for NAS
like another eleven. win for the classylocal Basketball Schedule Will hope of an national upset victory in Saturday's Stewart and Reynolds who defeated -

championship Hubbard and Troesch, 3 to 0.
NAS took the second half kickoff struggle in Philadelphia.
1 punched out a first down to Include "Rip" Milleif Navy's line coach, Cecil won the other two matches -
midfield and struck through the Top Quint TeamsA said frankly that the play of the by 2Ji to V3>> scores. EJJS: B. E.

air to score as Vic Schwall con- Middies up front, "can make a ter- Jaraslaw and W. A. ''Hughes defeated ?
nected to Warren Giese on a play big-time schedule sending the NAS basketball Fliers riflic difference." A. L. Smith and Jack Harvey

covering 50 yards Giese made a against leading service quintets in the country now is being "Our line has not folded once and Lt. Comdr. J. H Irrobino

fine catch on the 12 yard line and arranged and 22 games have been definitely booked, Lt. this season. Our poorest line play and Lt. J. Wallis defeated Comdr.
raced over. Charley Timmons converted was in our victory over Wisconsinand and Lt. Whyte.
Sterling Geesman, NAS cage mentor, announced Tuesday.
to tie it up. and was because the boys In both of the latter matches,

The Fliers, hot on the victory marched to the Army 13, where The tentative opener here on 12 were too eager, letting themselves, NAS outstroked Cecil only to lose ,
trail, came right back to drive 70 they completed two successive December will match the Flier five in for a few traps." on low ball play. Gentner and

yards to the Army 15, but two passes in the end zone only to against the Maritime Academy The former Notre Dame star's Whyte had 83-91, compared to 80-
penalties proved costly and on have thy receiver come down out team of Castine, Maine, which is chief concern was over the abilityof I 95 for Irrobino and Wallis. Smith
+ fourth down Jeff Burkett of Ben- of bounds on each play. The first expected to be in this neck of the Navy's line backers to stop and Harvey shot 74-81, while Jara-
ning grabbed an NAS pass in the toss was from Joe Brown to Giese, woods on a cruise at that time. Army's smashing ball carriers. slaw and Hughes had 82.86.

end zone for a touchback. but the latter was inched outside: Two other definite dates are set I I The NAS golfers were scheduled
Moments later the Fliers opened of the sideline stripe on the catch. on 15 Dec against Welch Army 105,000 Will See to meet the Pensacola team here

another all-out drive, this time go- End Tommy Bishop was the second Hospital here and 7 Dec. againstthe Army-Navy ClassicPHILADELPHIA yesterday,
ing to Benning's three yard line receiver and he came to earth Barksdale Army five, also x
only to lose the ball on downs. a foot past the end zone after here. Geesman is attempting) to fill Tickets to
The game entered the rough stage making a leaping catch. several other dates in December.A the Army-Navy game are rarer Net Team Racks

here, and a 21 yard slugging pen- Two Benning threats were heavy slate has been lined up than uranium, but a few ducatsare
alty, which put Benning's Dick Mc- squelched by the staunch NAS line in January and February, sendingthe available if a person wants to '
Phee out of the game, figured In in the second quarter. An aerial Fliers against such touted outfits pay as high as $25 for a $4.80 seat Up Another Win O

the march. interception and a fumble as Corpus Christl, Pensacola, behind the goalposts, the Philadel-
Quarterback Art Guepe, aided Benning the ball on the NAS gave 17 Orlando Army, Cherry Point, Par- phia Record reported.Not The crack NAS net team wal-
by Chuth Hunslnger and Bobby and 18 yard lines, but each time, ris Island and Camp Lejeune. The many "outsiders" will at- loped the Lee Field netters, 9 to 0,
Forbes the of tend the service classic here last week to win its eighth
was sparkplug the Doughboy offense was put in full schedule is expected to be an- at Munici-
these two drives. Guepe rippedoff reverse. Hecht attempted a field nounced next week. pal Stadium here Saturday. Thatis match against a single defeat.

: runs of 12, 15 and 18 yards goal on the second threat from the The NAS cagers have been the expected 105,000 persons The local team faced a crucial

i r during the marches. Flier 24, but it was low and wide. working out daily under the tute- who will jam-pack the giant oval test yesterday when the players
Benning kicked from the three Two terrific pressure kicks by lage of Coach Geesman and gradually will be members of the Army and Journeyed to Pensacola to meet
yard line and the Fliers started Burkett, one sailing 74 yards and are rounding into shape. Navy Athletic Associations, high the Navy team of that city, whichis
l moving again. But at this point a the other 60, pulled the Army out y government officials congressmen, led by Bruce Barnes, former I
surprising maneuver by Mike Gus- of tight spots. Craft and Burkett Philadelphia city officials and ranking pro star.
sie, veteran Benning guard: turned were the outstanding backs for Third Air Force Is their friends. Results of the match with Lee

I' the tide and. brought victory to Benning, along with Aldo (Moose) Nearing AAF TitleWASHINGTONThe xT Field follow: ;
the Doughboys.With
Cenci, plunging fullback.
second down and two to go pro Third Air Singles:
on the Army 42, Gussie got in the Guepe wAil the most effective Force can clinch the AAF Foot- Plan TourneyIn Lt. Comdr. Jack Behr defeatedJ

middle of a Flier hand-off play, runner for the Fliers, and his ball conference title, Sunday.It G. Spottswood, 6-0, 6-4
took the ball from the arms of a 75 ;yards topped the Individual has a date in Los Angeles P. Burns defeated Lt. C. Wal-
Flier back and ran :55 yards down ground gainers. IIun lnger was with the third-place Fourth Air BilliardsAn bridge, 6-1, 6-1.
not In peak shape and had to Force, and would enable
the sideline for the decisive score. a victory C. D.
defeated 1 Mo-
Hecht again converted. be helped from the field In the the Third Air Force to wind up all-station pocket billiard zur, 6-1, 7-5. ;ns.
NAS fought back desperately in second half. its season unbeaten in conference tournament, believed to be the
the final quarter, once driving to The game cracked a couple of play. first ever staged here, will get 6-2 A., 6-4.Berk defeated L. Benedict.
NAS records. For the first time
the Benning 15, where an inter- The Training Command is the underway soon' with numerous
ception of a screen pass by Clyde this season the potent Flier ma- only club with a chance to over- prizes to be awarded winners, Fred Miller defeated M. W. .1\ i
Johnson' former Kentucky all- chine w as limited to a single touch- take the Third Air Force team. it was announced by the Physical Truhn, 6-3, 6-1. -I, .
American, stopped the 63 yard down and for the second time an -- --- ------- Training and Welfare De- Alex Stanek defeated R. A. Ne-

push.Another. opponent scored twice against the Benning .. . . .0 7 7 0-14 partment this week. wak, 6-0, 6-1.
by Craft locals. NAS. .. . ... .0 0 7 0- 7 All
f interception The lineups: Scorings Itennlnir-Craft, Conic Point men Interested in entering Doubles:
+ killed the final Flier threat. IT. BENNING Position NAS H1ERS after touchdown Hecht 2. NAS-Gli are urged to sign up at the Nelson and Burns defeated Mo-
f."' NAS missed out on three scorIng Willard LE Bishop fo',t after touchdown, Tlmmon. rear locker In the auditorium. zur and Walbridge, 6-0, 6-3.
MeCum LT Walker butn terming-Hecht. pHwIowikl, Har-
opportunities In the first Gunia LG McGarry reeve, Johnson Martin Collins; C ncl, tourney will Mart alia won Miller and Frank Floyd defeat-
quarter, the first coming when Cherry tJ'(10): lubdnaki Meek, liurkrtt. Cure, ferrara" 'farrant, as sufficient entries are re- cd: Spottswood and Benedict 6-4
( ,
Ray Dray, former Chicago ltar Corum (C) RG B. Jonei nu')"bcrry, Thompson> Wchbo. NASAllmjp ceived.1'rizea. ,
Waggoner RT Bray O'Quinn, Akra, )(anion, Harrison, 9-7,
star, recovered Kstenlk's fumbleen Kvann KB!: Gift Porbei, Bojrter Lether, Peck. Drown will be given winners Berk and Stanek d@feated :Ne-
the Army 28. But three.plays Burkett Eitenlk LH tkhwall! JUrkpittriek, Trotter.Offlcialsl 5
fumbled and
later the Fliers awards will ,
go to the title- The match elated with Vero .I
:Craft RH JJen ingerMcPhe Welsh Brown), referee l! wett i
t Benning recovered. J''H JYanti (Conn.), umpire) Carter (Auburn), holder Beach last Monday was postponed '
j Shortly afterward the Filers Score )1 iwlod.i head Jineunait Wood (Ho.. ) field wigs, until next week.

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.1',... 29 November, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS. Page Seven

:', [ Commercial I ALL THE BEST HAD TWENTY

Bulletin. Ready as Jeeps Quia

'"a; Bulletin E"kt be.submitted prior !. om
d Call MJO
a'1 Sweeping and complete plans for --- --
'A' FOR SALEi the total defeat of Japan were for- I Japanese Fleet. A blockade was to

.1 .., Girl' pre-war bicycle, green new frlpi, mulated and the sea-air power of: I be laid about the Industrial heart
., .
.. ; two new tire and tube. baiket.. Min of Japan and key transportation
Begin, Ext. 11581.I I the United States Fleet was poisedfor
-1j the kill when the atomic bomb points were to be destroyed by extensive -

room or new f.rnl(.re, tied 1 month incident shattered th1 Nip's nerve air bombardment.On .
',., all for till. IOO&B IZOth St.
; Dewey to 10 July 1915 the Third Fleet
;', l"rk. according a Navy Department
.\ ----- release received this week which commenced operations which were
4 kitchen chair ( set) I doubl revealed the details of the plans. to culminate several months laterIn
bed tprinfi, IS.Ot each), kitchen car "Olympic" being joined on 18
tain and 1 door curtain with bracket As early as reduce: the Jap-
O2.60), all used 1 month. Also Urla anese had been to impo- July 1945 by a British task group.In .
.baby bed ($7.SO). 3402A Lll/ten: St., tency and the Japanese air forceso a 37-day period the, Third Fleet
Dewey Park.Furniture >tMr seriously depleted that the last- made strikes with more than 1600

complete for two bedroom. resort Kamikaze tactics were planes sank 40 and damaged 94

Urine room, dinette set, porch and yard adopted. Japanese industrial activ- Japanese combatant vessels sank

equipment and floor lamp include All book only ihelvei two ,month.table ity on the mainland had been dis- 355 and damaged 779 noncombatant -

old. Call any time at 444 Ulmer St., rupted and sea lanes cut off by our vessels, and shot down or
i. Tlmuquana Manor, mil* and half north planes operating from carriers and damaged 2,737 aircraft.

of ba... .._ __ captured island strongholds. The While these unprecedented naval -

!;' Ono .boy'. bicycle, U-incli wheel. Alt r main resistance was confined to air surface and sub-surfac
'_y' one Alaskan pony full-length coat dyed the scattered Nip army which was actions were in progress the Pots-
brown III' 18. Call 85(2 or apply in dam
dispersed over a wide area. declaration was issued. Atom
y at S1I3 H Gibb'Ave., Dewey
;,. Park.peroon v The Commander in Chief United io bombs were dropped. The Rus

States Pacific Fleet and Pacific sians entered the war. The Japa

'1 1'hiiro car rauio. custom built for between Ocean Areas together with the nese surrendered.In .
'30 and '40 model .Ford Barter,
:tl n. K. WAVES Galley. Commander in Chief Army mid-August as the war end-

Ij.A Forces Pacific had formulated ed, the United States Navy had

'1 1. room.. rugs of furniture, household, dishes artirle, liriiif*. etc.roomdraee. To plans for the invasion and occupation I in the Pacific 90 per cent of its

bo Mid by Dec. :3. 372 A Kilcy Are, of the main Japanese Is- combatant vessels of submarinesize
Dewey iark. lands. The operations were to con or larger and 42 per cent of,
11I- i7 ..- 3.naero 4NAdRo.-"" ""row<",r.""' '' <\" >1".It>'''''' 'f ; 'DibJ; sist of two parts with the code Its combatant aircraft.
39 Mercury good condition
',, 1730. day Khpilcin'' lire.. 720. Eat. ENSiGN ROBERT. WALTER JURE of Missoula Mont., Is the names of "Olympic" and "Coro- All six Marine divisions, or 100
i Ml 7. only naval aviator in his rank, on the station with less than 20 points net" respectively. The first was to per cent of the Marine combat

under the Navy's critical score formula for separation. All the other be directed against Kyushu and strength was available for the Pa-
Bed spring and inner-spring
1 large dresser and vanity!"ul 1 bed ensigns in flight status had the decision to stay in the Regular Navyor the second into the Tokyo plain cific operations. The 'Olympic"

spring, mattress and chest of drawer) be separated and the Aviation Training department reports area. Fleet Admiral Chester W. and "Coronet" operations as plan-
1 easy chair and ottoman 2 piece living about one-third of them are choosing the former. Ensign VValtermire Nimitz was placed in charge of all ned would have been the largest

taolo: room and tuitet 3 chairs 1 bookcase and 1 lawn, 1 brekfa mower who came in the Navy 1 February 1945 will have 18 and a half amphibious operations in connection amphibious operations in history,

.U for $233. Apply after p.m., at 4321 points on 1 December and is shown as he thinks about Christmas I with the successful comple- the Navy release concludes. More

fan Jaan.llousehuld. coming up and also as to just when he will stop being the only.naval tion of the two phases. than 3,033 combatant and non-

furniture. May b* able trent reservist in his category locally. To prepare for the struggle it combatant vessels of a size larger
hou.. Drew .:at. 454. - ------- was decided to destroy by air and i than personnel landing boat
thief. blues z* 3d or 3V. Worn only sea attack what remained of the would have been used.
:1 time |>0. Lit.: HUT. Point DropContinued Big r

Man' bicycle, 11$. and 3-4 sirs walnut USS Utah (berated As A Fleet I
bed for token price Lt. Hart' at rxt. from Page One Continued from Page One

(11. ary.Male the Fast Carrier Task Forces of '
Trainer Before the 41 Disastercause
'37 Naili. kuiba.y .sedan radio heater, specialists (I), storekeepers the Third Fleet under Admiral
over-drive, double Ignition 4 new ti..., (D), specialists (X) transportation -
good condition '15u. C. It. JIt.,, Allle. ai"l with William F. "Bull" Halsey and the
llrk. *. .0i. corpsmen late Vice Admiral John S. Mc- When the Japs sank the USS
speclaltyn physical therapy or oc- of a shortage of materials it
Utah at Pearl Harbor they knew
Cain. During the landings on the not into effect until last
tojuplcU how Jurniihmgc Living cupational therapy will have criti- was put
room bedroom dining. room and kitchen cal score of 14 on 1 January. Japanese mainland prior to the they had gotten a battleship but month. Governor H. B. Maw has
utensils, curtiini, rugi. % cry rea- signing of the formal surrender they didn't know that the Utah
to have such memorial
aonable. Lt. W. Mrbuire, 475J lioiwoodKr. Female yeomen, specialists (C), documents aboard the USS Missouri was the fleet's experimental lab- agreed a
designed and it will bear the
.. Ulrerd.le Oirdenn.'It mailmen and storekeepers except ortary ship and anti-aircraft trainIng -
on 2 September the Ticon-
of the 60 who .
SKD will continue to need 29 men perished.In
( ) vessel. This fact was revealed
Convertible Ford coupe Martin Paul deroga was in Tokyo waters with April 1941 the Utah fit-
1 was
Mure, AMMlc JI'.... K or call 8631.! points. other units of the Third Fleet by the Navy Department last week ,
pro- ted out with the latest and finest
41 lord convertible Lt. Quay. hut. 47*.
The table of others is as .fol- viding air cover. in a special release telling how the : anti-aircraft quipment availableand

'4* Mercury, radio and healer excellent lows:. left survivors of the original crew have
On 20 September the carrier manned with especially selected
motor .apt. Cavell tit. 81]}. Aviators turned over $1,000 of ship's service I
orriCCKS (Except: )
Tokyo Bay and headed for the personnel to fit her for her new
funds to the Governor of Utah to
Male Female
House trailer, '41 model 1'r.aitio Schooner U. S. with a load of high point double job of training gunners and
er, ft., deep 4, gas stove, fuel oil, Mill. Female (MC) (NC) men ready for discharge stoppingat purchase a memorial plaque In dive bombing crews. The ship was
heater, eleetricbrakei, good tires good Prc/ent 48 32 S3 32 honor of their shipmates. in school afloat
reality a trianing
Pearl Harbor After unloadingat ,
condition; also old* room HilO. Victory
Dee 1 e 44 30 53 32 The Utah still lies nine-tenths
bicycle (m.n'.), good condition Sea \\. San Francisco the ship returned and worked with carrier groups.
('. Hatfirld, Davis frailer lamp. Jan. 1 41 29 11 32 to Pearl Harbor for another submerged, but part of her crew Gunners aboard the Utah /learned

OH'IOKS.: (Aviators) load of for was assigned to other ships and what it was like to have planesroar
' personnel ready I
i piece breakout. suite dolid oak), Hollywood tep- I part remained at Pearl to assist in I
bed. Ironing; board linoleum liz Fnalgn JG'i A Uj aration. She was back in the In at them and the dive
7x12. J81JA Norman bt., Dewey l'.rk, Prevent 20 39 state's in late October in time to salvage work on all the vessels bomber crews learned their Individual
call after 5.00. damaged in the raid. Most of her
l>4e. 1 20 34 participate in the Navy Day cele- art with a live moving
I men killed on 7 December 1941
'32 Plymouth .sedan 4 new tire, motor Jan. 1 20 30KNMSTEI bration: at Tacoma Wash. From target.
need working on, upholstery i I. r.- ) there Comdr. Grange was ordered died under the machine guns of The Utah is responsible for the
conditioned. 1121. Long kit. 2iJ. strafing enemy planes and not high-accuracy gunnery and bomb-
1 dining room table and 4 chatrsi 1 Ml Female to Jacksonville from the bombing attack.
ing that forces later
couch 1 rocker. chair 1 straight back Present 41 26 The new communications officer enemy caught
chain 1 large rug X doubt beds Dec. 1 70 J 24 The plan for a memorial plaqueto from the planes of the carriers
pring and maltresse.l 4 large chests 24 I won national recognition duringthe be placed in the state capitol of Lexington Saratoga and Enter-
of drawer, and 1 small) 1 boudoir table Dee IS :17 1926 Miami hurricane when asa Utah was made long ago but be- prise.
and mirror) 19 pairs of curtains] 1 Jan 1 *t 23 radioman second class in the .
-- -- --- -- ----- ----
.metal.. table bookcaie! and )1 2 table end lamp table,good and con cof- At the local separation center I reserve he received a commendation Det-ails

dition.. Lt. C. Smith tit. hUh the number of dischargees continues from the Chief of Naval Operations Navy Had Advance Invasion

to grow and Is now going to- for emergency radio work I

'new 42 Meet-line tire. Lt.(Chevrolet Of) Lowder low -nileuge 11 Ida. ill, 4, wards the 30,000-mark after hav- in establishing communications Before Landing On Enemy Beachhead

U.... 211.Motorcycle. ing passed 20,000 on 18 November. with the southern part of Florid) I

" ".41" x __ through his amateur radio station When the Navy moved in to land
41 Harley-Davidion ,
new paint.job I>. K. Fisher 1212 fal- -- W4HZ which he has operated since troops on an enemy beachhead, or ing sister ships were transferredto
bob Av*. Life 1920. All other means of com- Great Britain in 1940.
.. / In A hauled supplies half around the
munication were out as a result of The Allen her
2S Ford eOIlP.--I; ;;;; tire, radio and began career with
eater, excellent condition ('.u ,MI.. the high winds. world or prepared to do battle at the Atlantic Fleet in 1917, servingas

1413.Coolerator. knew exactly what both sea After the Armistice, she stayed in

Ice box 7} lb. .like.. new, )U. Continued from Page Two War ChestContinued and land would be like because he European waters until 1919 and
4423: : Timuquana Kd., 2-0212. talizatlon if this falls within one had the up-to-the-second story in then rejoined the Atlantic Fleet

York weight, let complete, seo Ib. 20 I II year after discharge. from Page One his hydrographic charts. The Im- until her first decommissioning in

I Ib. machine lifting bar dumbell, 130 I IH Getting New Job erlm Overhaul 28; Machine 19.711; Met mensely important work of our 1922.
fcugene Anheir lit. 8272. nl, 43.85; Ordnance 17; Overhaul Con Hydrographic Office, hitherto necessarily In
If the old Job isn't appealing or rol, 68.10 Ifrionnel. 1925, she was put back on
( '1.*rgo win rlllo-tlo-;: ; ;; chair apringi I the- veteran -has the urge to- try 36.60; Plant; 15.75; Structures 10: 15.53.Plnnnin To-. I classified as top secret 1 active duty as a training ship and

in chair and cushion perfect condition. new fields the facilities of the tal. $528.03.Aviation has Just been revealed by the Navy so served until 1928.
M... W. E. Cram 4112 Kiverdul Kd.. Tralnlntr $ 24.00entrnl Department.
4058.. United States Employment: Serv '/ Tmimportation Issuing 4.00 Her third and last tour of duty
ice can be used. Communication 31.21lew Housed in an especially designed began in 1940 when she was re-
FOR SALE OR TRADE (' Disbursing 16.25'lubursinif building in Suitland Md., a staff
'41 Studebaker. cruising sedan excellent In each of the 1,500 offices of 23.50 commissioned a third time and sent
condition throughout. Lt. r. f.: Sofhor.I'll. the USES there are lists of avail- Executive Department 53.00 1 of 1800 officers men and civilians to Pearl Harbor for five straight

: 744. able Jobs in the localities. Rep- Inspection 141.51 worked around the clock every dayIn years of service with the Hawaiian

FOR KENT resentatives of the employment Personnel Personnel Relations 13.00 16.50( order to fill the thousands of requests Sea Frontier.

Apartment near NAS and Western Pig service are located also at most Public Works 179.00 for charts. Secret invasion -s-.a
(415.. hospitals. This organization has Transportation 22.25 in advance of actual landings.If Peltier LeavesFor

WANTED I the responsibility for counselling Total from NAS Civilian information was not complete
Ride from James and College bt.. to and placement of veterans. For Personnel $.279.28 then aerial photographs and captured -
MAS. Call Mr. Landy, tit. lit... disabled veterans the USES an- OTHER NAVAL ACTIVITIES enemy material were used. SeparationPaul
favul Air Advanced Training
: Hide for couple and baby to or near Ft. alyzes Jobs for specific physical re- Command f 340.36 The African Sicilian Iwo Jima,
Worth Texas, Dec 2. fleas* call Mr. quirements and working conditions. Naval! Personnel Separation Okinawa Borneo and Philippines L. Peltier SpWlc Li
Trantham 2-52Jl by Dec. 1. 12iOO. Center 442.40 campaigns were all launched from leaving today for the separation
One fact to write in big letters
inviil Air Technical
Rid from Oak and Flsk SI.. (Five Pta)), is that although many businessmen Center 337.97 charts built up by reconnaissance at Boston Mass., to receive
hour 'liOIMUO i day a week. Caroline would desire to all U. S. Naval Honpitnl 146.00l'ecil photos and enemy material. his discharge and return to Spring-
:111.: 437. give appli- field Mass.
Gardner Held 1295.04 where he will resume
cants a job they still can only Mayport 129.82 Before the war the Hydrographic work with the Columbia Broad..
to Chicago leaving Javkoonville No. 1 106.67 Office out 60 j
. Passenger take those who can produce. Be- MunIcipal put_ new casting System.
J' Dee 2. Lt. Hanson tit. 145. charts
or K mm. movie camera. tn.. Frank cause a person wears a discharge Total from then Activities $2,790.24 and 1,000,000 prints a year; Peltier
Files, Ext. 8n<. button is no reason he will be Grand Total ollerted 17,478.28 by war's end, i It>; was regularly issuing came last March
_la ASSURED of a job. He must have Additional! rands Turned Over la Community over 80 a month and more and has directed the Catholic chap-
" ... In good condition. Ens. Sha- Wr Fund Direrl. than 50,000,000 copies el choir in addition to other dutiesas
the knowhow.So per year.
: h.n. Ext. 523. Naval Mr Gunner School 115730 a chaplain's assistant. His oth-

r Blue raincoat its a*. Lt. Drew Marlin here's the recipe: figure Marine Navy Recruiting Inspection 3600 17.00 All during the conflict, special er naval stations have been at the
I Ext. *7. or I34.II where your talents are needed and survey ships were going into previously office of officer procurement In

gang shot gun: ;modified 1 t. d jg) go after that type work. Consult Totnl 1210.30 uncharted waters to compile Boston, and training camps at
R. LadreyU tit (22. want ads. Get interviews. Write T/TAL niVlMON CKFDlTFn COMMUNITY TO NAVY navigation data. Equipped to Sampson N. Y.. and Newport R. I.

A ride to Omaha about Dec. 10, will applications. And then take the 1'UND JT.68858 draft and print charts at sea, the lie was in radio work for five

IJ. ah are expenses and help d.i... bottula, offer that seems best to you. Remember -X- ships both preceded and followed years before entering service and

:-.1 I J. W.. Ext. 8901. though youcannot expect DRAMATIZE SEPARATIONThe every invasion. before that was on the stage In

.r A ride to NeVrsika" .. or Iowa, $60 a week for a $30-a.weck serv experiences of four separ- When the USS Allen ,oldest destroyer comedy and vaudeville sketches.

'" .: round people the If. D."In Douglas or 10th, of Eit.Dec.111111 for or two 7- ice.Not tees being processed at the Jax in, the Navy, puts Into His home state is Massachusetts.
'JtJ.An every veteran I "'"will be ,able eparalon Center will be dramatized Philadelphia Navy Yard the last v

, to get work immediately. For the : over Radio Station WPDQ 1oo0to1ehlp of her class will be NAAS FALLON NeV Navy
auto healer for '40 Plymouth. C.:: later column will be ]] 2030 for her -
unemployed a Jacksonville Monday from to reAdy third.deCOmmission
Fallon contributed
published.! 2100. ng- ceremony. liar- three remain- National War Fund drive.




Page Eight CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS 29 November, 1945


Civilian Employees' News I INSIDE PUBLIC WORKS I IBy

Ethel M. Shanahan --
Address Communication to Editorial Office l-
Interest In the City Bowling. I
Personnel Relation Office, Bids! 40, Box: IJIrlephon
Extension 4JJ League reached a high peak this rSUPPLY I
week after NAS spotted their opponents : =
The Civilian Employe News, a tiro-PRK Motion of the In Air News U devoted Carbon monoxide is as stealthy 219 to 10 for three r .. -
to repnitinu th. news of the Naval Air Maliont Civilian Employee:: and as any commando and just as games
I U alo..lon i U by the having a score of 29-13. >
deadly But the commando is fight C. !,
Lmployrti' AiivrUtlun for Civil Service Enpl.HI'. The star of the evening was 'J : SIALEIIESJBy
ing our enemies while old Mr,
Officer Steve 1'ajclc, better known as
Mono is
killing hundreds of
us every -
Keneth M. McDuffie, President Philip D. Mn.. Treasurer "Paycheck" with a set of 6-22.
1'1..rln. Grtnnnwajr, Secretary year,
hard Coimlr.
Pushing him very was
Directors Mr. Mono is a top-notch ambassador Steinke, with 5-70. Mr. Cravats
Florin. Gnnnnway (Cen'l) tnnli H McKinley! (PW) of death.
William t). KincMi.l, IGton'J.I) 1"'. Nettle (IPWI (Maintenance) was 5-70. Mr. !><>Ia Junes
Mell C. Jackson (A & R) Kenneth M. MrDuffla (Supply! ) He likes his work. No eight Schneider (Maintenance) 5-70, and ."GOODBY, SAILOR AND SOLDIEH
Joseph "NitHn (A A 1'1) Philip U. Myer\ Supply) hours a day for him. He's not even \amlergriff 5-49 With this .-. WELCOME, CIVILIAN-
E. field (A & R) !
Charles satisfied, with a double-shift. He's type of bowling they'll ba hard to It certainly is good to see the

I Assembly and RepaIr New Reporting Staff on the job 2! hours a day,_.and doing stop: Anchorman Schneider bowledhis "Ole-Tlmers" back home from mil.

e Head Rppoiter ... ...................,...................Euleen WHIIngham very well last game Tuesday night as tie itary service and to work as civil
Inspection Department is moving to the Lone Star Stale ians

Public"Head Works Reporter Department. ....:................,................. ,....Htlen M. St/ron (Texas) to go in business for him in this department One! of the latest

Head Reporter ......, ...................... ..... ,.,.....Ethel M. Shanahan self. Clinton A. McCain, a new addition .z* to returnto
l Departments Is to take over the anchor
Supply Head Reporter\ ....... .. .... ....,.... ,............ ... .. ...,...Leola Jones spot, although the team will feel been duty AlfredSzarinanskl. has

the loss of Schneider Mr. Cravaai, Alfred -

captain of the team, was fonmatr r is a true

enough to be able to sign up a .
Navy man. indeed
CIVILIAN THE WEEKSpent nt waa LAn6 rue man of Mr. Schneider's ability to I as he has [

ru6 'i. / till the spot. The regular job of served in the Ug.

Entire Career On Naval Air Stations scorekeeper is filled by Mr

FOURS ,, / Rteine, who is also responsible for

ny Barbara J. Hnley Keeping up the morale, and act asa !
one-woman cheering section and .

Julius de It. Quina, Chief Clerk I I I Six CommitteeMen the team's spark-plug when needed -)
is of
and one
Assembly Repair, I in May 1913, when he enlisted in-

the few civilian employees at NAS Give Ear "Oh. some changes: will be the U. S. Navy as an Apprentice

who has spent his entire working made," Is the song Sarah Karlovv I Seaman Recruit training was at

career on naval air stations.Mr. To Suggestions (Maintenance) is singing these I Great Lakes and upon completionof

Quina is a native Floridian. days. Good luck on your venture this: training he was transfer

He was born in Pensacola, and Lieut Newman R. Willis has on the good ship matrimony! I red to the Atlantic Fleet. After

graduated from St, Michael's Parochial transferred from the Metals Division Dir flaunt ("Dad" to Public working up the ladder, he attain..

school and Pensacola high as the new Plant Division Officer Works) and Mrs. Baum celebrated ed the rating of Chief Boatswain's/

school. In high school he was a representing Assembly and .' their 45th wedding anniversary20th Mate and transferred with this

member of the baseball squad, as Repair, the Beneficial Suggestion i November. They were pre rating to the Fleet Reserve in

a pitcher and shortstop---shortstop committee announced yesterday sented with a silver tray at their 1930.

being his favorite berth. He replaces Lt. Lauriston Moore, home by the IVb employees of It was then that his civilian civil

Graduating from high school, he who has been detached. wr..w .ate tawwx Building 136. service career in the Navy began.He .

went to work at Pensacola Naval With six members representing His best territory, according to i Clifford \emp, locksmith or went to work first at the Naval

Air Station in June of 1925 in the the Committee at all times, they the National Safety Council, is in safe-cracker, for Public Works, Air Station in Pensacola, where he

Assembly and Repair Department, have tried to fairly and impartially the colder climates. gave up his professoion for a few remained until October, 1910. He

but in a couple of months was days and in then transferred to the Department
i evaluate all suggestions as the Men who don t like chilly mornings spent Thanksgiving Supply

i transferred to the Public Works suggestions have been processed, are Mono's best customers, Georgia.Jim on this station as a

it was reported. They ask every They often fail to open their gR. Jwyne' (Quarterman Painter quarterman laborer Shortly after

one as a potential suggestor to rage doors while they warm up ) left for a fishing trip downstate entering on duty he was promotedto

stop and think of what the pro he motor. I There were quite a few of foreman laborer

gram means to him and to our Mono rubs his hands together I the fishermen that wished theycould In June 1911 Alfred was recall,

country. Millions of one-man assignments spreads himself invisibly and go along, too.. ed to active duty in the U S. Navy

have been successfully noiselessly through the garage. Joan Truka (Material) is very! and assigned duty on this station.

carried out by the men and women and I happy these days as word has In October, 1913, he was appointed -
Quickly Iraftily he
at the creeps come that her "better half Chief Boatswain. He remain..
benches, at the machines Into the carand into the victim's a
and on the assembly line. It's sometimes I will\ be a civilian In a few weeks ed on duty on this station until
lungs. before
This was accomplished by individual the man knows what hit him. He I Mr. Griffin (Public Works Foreman February, 1915 when he was detached

Americans, each mastering the ) returned from a fishing trip! and ordered to Headquarters -
can't even smell the ga:;. I
proper technique of his or her job. with the usual story of the big 7th Naval District as the
Then :Mono just disappears _i ones that got away! I.
The good American worker is not District Security Officer,
merely putting in time to earn a 'looking for new victims. He'll find Rebecca Peter (Maintenance) He was retired in June, 1913

week's salary, but Is studying his em, too. Hundreds of them spent the Thanksgiving holidaysin I but was retained on active duty

job with an eye toward turningout But this killer doesn't limit himself Birmingham, Alabama, and. IJrt- until October 19 JS. He is now

a better job than he did before to automobile exhaust! gas By ty1all..r; has returned to ner deskIn back with us to continue his civilian

and faster.In working through illuminating, coal Materials Section fit aj a fiddle! civil service career!

and stove gas he gets hundreds after a week's \acation. Wonderful -
order to mine this rich vein Other former employees who
of the workers' specialized experi- more. the new outlook a few days I have returned to duty are VeriilvCadeiiliead

ence, there has to be a clear.,chan You can combat him by opening j away,Ir. will Dockerull\ give\ you! (Maintenance I Kduin DotlJ James

to garage doors before starting tha ) all three veterans
nel back the top. The Suggestion has Harper Navy )
a big grin these
Program offers a direct pas motor. By checking gas jets. By I he now has his office days all reason turned and Harold Muter Army veteran

sage where ideas are brought making sure your coal or gals ).
around to his liking with his desk
quickly to the attention of those stove and furnace are in proper So, it is indeed.."Goodbye sailor

charged with the responsibility of working order. I facing Ie..lie the Koumltree pretty typist(Quarterman! and soldier, welcome civilian!

improving the quality and increasing --" SCUTTLEBUTT: .
-- ----
Mach had
) a disaster last week.
i the quantity tf production. Dorothy Isaacs visited in Miami,
While he was fishing someone visit
de R.
JULIUS* QUINA and advanced INSPECTION Florida While she
I Methods ideas by ed his home and relieved him of recently there
I, personnel have been disseminated saw HUM Altmayer, a former employee
department as $2,800 worth of War Bond. Don'tworry
throughout our country, have been DEPARTMENT and reports that Rose is
After a brief period !In Public| though, Uncle ram will reimburse
Works, he moved to the Disbursingoffice available to our allies and have you. just fine and sends her regards to

as a clerk-typist, and it was with their combined saving of millions Ity Helen :M. Stjrouilbnr :Sir Jligginbothani (Joiner) has all It. (jg> ) Betty Ur-it also

here that he received his promo of dollars, helped to end the \\' llerrington. messenger, our heartfelt sympathy, for his enjoyed a week-end in Miami recently

tion to supervisor of the Offices war. has a new motor-bike which he I boy lost his hand in a hunting accident Kaihael Mutt was run-

Records Section in the Comman In particular full encouragement, says gives 175 miles per gallon. ning around saying "Goodbye" to

dant's office As supervisor of the is given to ideas which improve Gasoline rationing wouldn't have The ad calling for husky eight- all when she resigned recently to

Offices Records Section, he worked suggested changes In methods, been much of a handicap to him, hour rower brought results _two journey on to Toledo.,Ohio, to .
conserve materials, and improve would it? make her new home following her
under Rear Admirals Raby, Up- supervisors applied and ended the

ham, Marshall, and Blakely, and safety hazards. All these suggestions If you like to become confused, schedule day with badly blistered] husband discharge from the Marine
and Reed. and many others are worthyof hand! I'| Corps The wedding ofl'lurence
Captains Halsey or listen to a good debate, stop by .
careful considei ation. Until I lint aril and llotin-
At Penscola, Mr. Quina enjoyeda I most any office or shop at lunchtime It is with sincere regret and I
The committee is I ton I.. Holt of West Ark.
a !
part In the early development of and listen to the football pre sympathy that the Survey Section
form, which will be entered into announced the death takes place ,today at the Orange
Naval aviation training, and he dictions and wagers. Interesting, of Joseph s. ;
each suggestor's record, of all citations Park Baptist Church Mr. Holt
worked with many young gradu- isn't it? I'jjne from the accident in which

ates of Annapolis, who have been commendations, and cash Mr. Mildred i C. llardee visited other members of the Survey par- was formerly of the Navy stationed

engaged in important duties in her husband in Aukusta, Ga, last ty were also injured. I at Green Cove Springs, Florida.
Anna I'ulnloth) with
World War II week, I LeRoy Take, Archery, used his stayed

Came! to JS'AS In 1911 Arthur Taliar, AOM2c, who has! hunting license last week for n her parents in Pomona, Florida

After spending J6 years at Pen' n------fl been a training coordinator in the two-day hunting trip and baggedsix / 'ng the Thanksgiving_ holidays.
has been I quail The limit is twelve, so
Inspection department
sacola, .he came tQ work for NAS Tit I'U SsAslay'lest .
from the he reached the halfway mark'With '
in March of 1911 as Administrative -, discharged Navy and Is They that stutterers who
Assistant and Chief Clerk of now just taking life easy '" this I the season in swing we'll say
By Myrtle Tucker have of the cannot get the words out while
more news Nimrods
Florida sunshine
the Assembly and Repair department I Gilbert Goodman of the Grind J from speaking can often sing them
Everett; of the Main Office now on
Mr Quina was one of the I Iliiskej
ing Department resigned last Friday with Mrs.alpoltt (wife of Mr. Joe smoothly. At any rate they tell
spent Day
first employees in Assembly and and has gone to Detroit to Walpole In Section has this story out in the 7th Fleet
I his in Eustis.Thanksgiving J Survey )
Repair, where he has charge of all join his brother who was recentl parents Day Mrs. come to work in the Contract Su "Out with !It," snapped the duty officer -
found !
of the cleftcal force. discharged from the Army. Good Office. to the stuttering sailor who
I.. Goodin a perintendent's
, His home is in Jacksonville, luck, Gilbert! I Gladys visiting sister i -x was having trouble getting the
in Orlando. Robert Carpenter 5-
where he resides with his wife, the Julia Smith of the Drills enjoyed on point, across, "if you can't say it,
business to; Center Hill,
former Rose Emily Wilkins of Pen a birthday party given for her a trip Need For Bonds sing it"The
Isaac X. (lieves on vacation in'
sacola,, and his two daughters, niece last Sunday evening I a sailor took a long breath
Gainesville Andrew n. Carlson
Ann, age 15, and Bert, age 18, who Mr. Dillman\ of the Drills has received Ii IiI Still Exists and sang, "Should auld acquaintance
with relatives in Denmark, S, C.,
also is a member of the Assembly a telegram from his son I be forgot and never broughtto
and Cli rlen Henderson in Dothan.
and Repair family Incidentally, in I saying that he will be here soon I: Ala Although the war Is over thereare mind the bosn's mate fell over-
j January of 1945, Mrs. Quina decided for separation I board he's half a mile. behind
I Klmer H. Collins, inspector (in still number of important
to become a part of NAS Chief Mark Evans: has a new I x .
Engine Overhaul, received a long reasons! why we should continue t"
and so it was in the Supply department car, and already he tells of its Medical Officer\ : Now really
distance telephone call from his invest in bonds to the best of our
that she accepted a in civilian Uf" would
po perfect performance. young .
son, Lt (jg) Emmett H Collins ability.
sition. Marian Itlimegger resigned last you come to me with a trivial complaint
who has just arrived in San Francisco Aside from contributing 'to our
Mr. Quina enjoys sports as his week to return to her home in like this one you have
individual financial .
en route to a visit with his vrell-beinjr: *"
hobbles He especially likes to She honored at now
go Philadelphia. was
parents here. Lt. (jg) Collins has money invested in bonds has a variety
horseback riding, play tennis and a farewell party given by the Drill of tasks Sick seaman: "No, sir, I'd send
r been on duty in the Pacific since major to perform.such .
follow the baseball world. Section last for you"of
Friday. May 1912 and will\ report to Philadelphia I as:
In Pensacola he was the Exalted Among those on leave are: Stuart
for further assignment 1, Care! for the wounded and the war material already completed
Ruler of the Elks Club and herein
Ralph, hubs Harper, and Krne -
This 4s one of the many reasons rehabilitation of the veteran, swhas or In the process of completion
Jacksonville\ is a member of the t Gill
for the happy Thanksgiving providing mustering-out and
when their
peace stopped
Knights of Columbus. Mr. Roberts and Tom Quinn, ed at the Collins' home.weeks' enjoY',1, other benefits under the GI Bill .
__JC- _,. of
formerly Progress! are now operating bf Rights.
----- ------ --- -- --
r In the early days of West Point. lathe machines. leave with her Mother and In addition, money put Into
| 2, Transportation of our servicemen bonds, instead of competing for
entrance requirements were so low Judy Snyder Mattie Gibson 'and Father in' South Florida. Her
home from the far corners of
that the professors could not conduct Annie Markma have been transferred brother, stationed here received I the world. goods in the market place, helps
j I control Inflation threat "BIS longas
their' courses until they hadtaught id shop 517 from the Drill Section His a
; discharge last Monday and 3. Maintaining of armies of occupation there la an excess:; bf purchasing
the basic
element needed Ineth. i he is to be a civilian
says happy I to guarantee the peac power in relation to' the lCupplotgoooa
for their comprehension Swift Is back after two again! .4, Paying for the huge amounts'' and services available


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29 November, 1945 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Nine *

, ,


,. Ziirhridc resigned yesterday -

t l with her discharged husband, for- Ity I). Dansby
: merly based at Cecil Field Joe Parsons came out to visit
LI -- Chubs Mlchalskl will also be leave with the Division this week, but
ing Personnel Relations sqon. Her the real reason for his visit was
husband formerly of the Naval not merely a friendly one. It wM
S Hospital here has checked out to turn in his resignation, so he
We're sure Mrs. Lynch is looking could take off for the hills of Ten-
forward to December first whenit nessee again and start workingfor
is expected that she will attend himself Good luck, Mr. Parsons -
the opening day dog races. She's '
-war always one up on the rest of us Eriuard Woods has been off on

4 when it comes to picking favorites a short vacation, but is expectedback
b .y s Romances are still flourishingin any time nowhope that he
w. the file room of Personnel Rela- thought of us while he was enjoying
tions. In olden days Romeo;>> sere himself
) naded Juliet_ .nowadays it might The changes in the Naval per-
not be the same ballad, but senti- sonnel this week are: Helm K.

__ mental notes still go with romance. Stec'her from 1400, Allen "', Know
Mrs. Putnam had an from 1484. G. II. McXeill from
cy call the other day emergen-1 1484, and T. J. Manor from 1484_
granddaughter, Honey, all are discharged to go back into
to consume in five minutes a three civilian life.Twoombly.

months supply of a doctor's pres- 'I G. "'., was transferred -
cription. However, she is now from the Drafting Room to the
covering and out of danger re-I Station Post Office. Hope that you

Friday evening, 23 of like it over there, Twoombly, because -
( the Cadet Room of the Hotel we miss you here.

Windsor' was the scene of a fes- I' Mr. "Harriette" :Saner; went to a
tive Thanksgiving Holiday Dinner- : Shriner outing in St. Augustine!'
Dance for Personnel Kelations. At-
week before last with a full mus-
I tired in their best garb, the gang I tache, but sorta lost half of it at
enjoyed a delicious turkey dinner ; the party _so he had to shave the
with all the trimmings, excellent other half off. He went as a "he"
musk, a \'eryIIpt'dal\ toast by Lt but turned out to be a "she" while
Chapman, and a delightful floor there. Anyone could tell that he
ONE OF TUB Bl'SIKST; offices in the Supply and Accounting Department is the Storehouse Office. I show featuring songs by the lovely wasn't a she, because he was sorta
From this office are directed the movements of approximately 750 civilian employees engaged In the sextette.Martha Pearson' Kath- mixed up on what pieces of a wo-
I physical handling of materials. Pictured above are Pauline Freund, stenographer and Lieut. P. S. Tompkins eilne :Mansberry, Evelyn; Sand. man's gear goes where, and whenhe
!, Storehouse Officer.Membership. Je".leIorrow! all of Personnel appeared again, he had parts
Relations, and guests, Jessie' Dean
-- -- -- of the gear outside that should
Elarbee and Grace Moseley. spe- have been underneath the dress.
Is ACCESSORIES ial act by :Nancy:' Spikes' husband, Anyway, you turned out to be avery
Opportunity Aaron Spikes, and vocals by Mary good sport, Mr. Sauer.I .
DIVISION Stopplebeln and Owen Taylor I _
Other attraction marked a wait/ with all these things I'm car-
Given American i LegionThe ELECTKIC; SHOP contest won by Lt. and \11'1'1.' Chapman -
:t.nat By Ruby :Mjers!! and a community sing Se you might stick the cane
2Hh Convention of the American Legion On the sick list this week are: t'rel former employees; of the L.i I in the ground, tie the goat to it,

started in Chicago, Illinois, this week. In commenting on the W. II. Walters and llcmard Con I'l' )!' Board were quests: at the party and put the chicken under the'

induction of seven thousand new members at one time, don. I and a marvelous tlm .vas has :I pail."
mass Vacationing< this week are: NlM. by all Kathryn Stan..berry's
one of the highlights of the convention, Comdr. Albert I. : Karilo, 748, and G. It. Itoml brother, Henry Williams, who ar- I Looking over its live\ file\ the
Spencer of Yukon Post 137 pointed out, "Veterans of World Mr. Bond will visit his 82-year-olc rived in Jacksonville Tuesday to be I bureau of minor research find tills;

War II have an opportunity which has never been accordedto father in Stuart l<'lol'lda.1.. NSamtnons separated from the Navy here, i one still unsettled:: ,At what age

of other in all histor--they can if they supervisor 748, will goon came to visit Personel Relations. II does a bachelor become "confirmed -
veterans war ,
any a 45 day leave. He plans to visIt Kathryn, however, had left Jacksonville ?"
will, inherit The American Legion friends In Detroit Mich., and for Missouri a few days

American Legion Post 137 was established primarily toe'c Mississippi, and California Harry I ago with her husband, recently dis- I I The LaisTwonl
the civilian employees of this station. It also offers Jarrard and O. M. Scott, 748, both' charged from the Navy '/ The meek husband of a nagging
) to service personnel who have remained have 22 days' annual leave. Mr, 'Kooks. resigned her position in ,, wife planned to get revenge, eenit
membership opportunity I Jarrard is going to build an additional i: Personnel Relations upon her husband he had to wait until he died.
in service since the cessation of hostilities. Comdr. I room on his home during his Jimmy's return to the States He willed one-third of his estateto

Spencer stated that a hearty welcome will always be extended leave. | and Jacksonville after 17 months' his wife, but the bulk of it
interested men and women to visit Post 137 at their I Louis Donlet has leave to attenc service in the South Pacific I I went to a fund for stray animals': .
to Center Building on Cumberland I Jury, and Kill KUrardivas called : We welcome William Colby, who I He also stipulated that his widow
headquarters at the Community I on emergency leave due to the ill has reported back to work at NAS was to have carved on his tomb-
] Road Regular meetings are scheduled for the second ness of Mrs. Rlccardi.J | after three and a half years in the I II i stone the words:

and fourth Tuesdays of each month beginning t8 p. m. (!i. nr.okt'r'Isited his mother U. S. Army. Receiving his discharge He rests In peace
SeneAH __ .- In Plant City over the week-end. this month, he joined Per- I The angry widow complied\ then
Legion : x sonnel Relations Monday Mr. added a line of her own:
Comdr. Spencer stated further ORDNANCE Carson didn't have much luck on I Until we meet again.A .
that in becoming affiliated with ACCESSORIESDIVISION his fishing trip at Dunnellon. He I
the American Legion the veteran I Ity Teddy Lull returned with no fish!! woman when launching hr
1) P. Morgan a former employee x first ship was a little neivouj. She
Joins the largest and strongestct- of Shop {"60, dropped in to turned to the shipyard manager:
erans' organization in the historyof see us on Monday. His brother, IXSTKUMKXT: :SHOP i WAKE"UP standing beside her, and asked:
this nation. "It is an organlza.1 who had been missing and later By Virginia 1"racerWe're "How hard do I have to hit to
tion that is clickingeffectively on I' found in a Jap Prison Camp, came just one big happy family; SCREAMING knock it into the water?"
now that we're all on one shift
I' with him. .
which are the local be with familial -
13.000 cylinders, I Glad to so many
Chief Robert 11 e.ton is on leave J 1"lllfllld\Ice True
posts of the organization. It this week.'a3 it a quiet one like fases Everyone again. enjoyed Thanksgiving A young woman and a hand- He: "Why do gentlemen prefer

has a physical valuation of more you had planned? Day and came to work the next some farm lad were walking alonga blondes?"

than $100,000,000. i It. i'. Thomas Shop Supervisor,, :, day with glowing tales of delicious country road one evening. The I I She: "Because the blondes know
"There is but one reason for tne has resigned from Ordnance be- farm lad was carrying a large pail what gentlemen prefer."
continuation of the American Le cause of his health. We understandhe I food.We had a surprise visit from old on his back, holding a chicken in I -
gicm..namely, that it is first aid: Is moving out to his small farm, : friends the other day, P>t. I'ete one hand, a cane in the other and Equipped:
last a service organization_ service which he hopes to be able to operate I Burns of the Army Air Corps!, formerly leading a goat. They came to along Officer: "I thought you said vour
, to the veterans of World'ar in the Fpring.' : Lots: of luck, I watch repair, HaniM ,, ] dart! lajie. ; locker! contained nothlrg! but old

I ttnd II and venfie to tho nation, "Tinnin e," ROACH, AMM2c:, foimetly of the SaM. the girl: "I'm afraid to I clothes. What's this whiskey\ doing
Our purpose and our strength emanate Holidays are fun..-but Thanksgiving Gyro shop Jim llartnett, ex-Navy) walk here with you You might try in it, then ?"
from the common desire on found everyone eating too Chief, formerly of the Gyro shop to kiss me." I Private: "Oh, that's just my
the part of the men and women much. No wonder so many wanted I and Art Nelson also former Navy Said the farm lad: "How could night cap. sir."'
who have served their nation in Friday off! I Chief of Pressure Department. We

time of war to continue that service DMlght: Mnllli; has been bringingin were glad to see these!' boys again
in time of peace. I some very tasty apples which and their visit was enjoyed by all
The has been send We have lost several old friend:
"In unity there is strength. his granddaughter I
b .( Voice of the individual and unaf- ing him from Virginia. Of course, lately via the point system Namely
, Minted veteran Is unheard in thepostwar we all help him eat them Lillian Henry, AMMISc. Pres hTrfl.1
shuffle But the voices of We have a whistler in Shop 931; sure departmentIall..lllle; : O'Donnel -
I : Hill AMMI-
AM U3c. Margie
millions of associated veterans would
it wouldn't be so bad if he
3c and hun KiitterfieM. AEM3c,
a mighty chorus that is heard and only change the five notes he whis- 'I ,
all of the Gyro room. We'll miss!
hecdcd.The I !
tles just once'in a anyway ,
I them all and wish them good luck:
thoughtful veteranwill! \ join Paul (iiistuv. Sic, spent a few I in their civilian futures.
now and march shoulder to shoulder hours in Jacksonville visiting with We had another shop party r- -
with his former comrades In friends he knew while he, was stationed I, Thanksgiving Eve at Timber Inn, I'.y Km; ma Sue :McleodAX I I the conscience, that sensitive nerveof
arms, who will now be his comrades here. Since he had( worked It was a double celebration because iiUTOKIAL: the soul which was given to us
In peace." I with us before his transfer to I !' Sue l\\artls: of Shop Stores i I Though the war is over, timesare to distinguish between, right and
x Georgia, he dropped In to say hel- had a birthday and all of her indicative of unrest and dlsI wrong Whatever honesty costs, it
I satisfaction. People are in a turmoil is a bargain Cervantes said, "Hon-
lo to all of us in Ordnance. I friends!'! surprised her with a lovely
ELECTRICAL in Ordnance A wonderful time I and do not seem to know how esty is the best policy," and it is
of the employees traveling bap.
I the Thanksgiving wan had by all.Clyde I well off they are or just what they honesty which"disdains all cloaks
DIVISION week-end spent from Jacksonville': Godfrey, AMMIlc. was want Strikes are prevalent everywhere and the oily tongue. It is honesty,
and more strikes are / a- veracity and sincerity in word and
Anda- the base last We'inesday
Catherine :Sutton went to married on
I ing over the country, especially in deed which are now needed more
fly :Stella lingers lusia, Ala., AliH Whiltlen to Tren- to his home town girl. Congratulations -
the essential industries.The i: than ever to bring to our hearts
best wishes to
has returned ))lIt'korthto and
Gladys' Wade, Shop 862 ton. Fla., and George
I call of the hour is for character tranquility, contentment and
to work after visiting her Ttfton. Ga. the happy couple from all of us.We .
mother In Mississippi! who has I Several months ago we slippedup I welcome the C'amt'rlhUI) and manhood at Its best No peace'hat's.
been ill. I announcing the arrival of Girls to our shop once again. Niceto substitutes will do; no paper currency I
on wro1th
i to the \\ NA TedlTraI
back. no promise pay pnly -
Lorraine (Jane) Lord, Sh.p 862, Sharon Elizabeth Beasd.ile. daughter have them will Cen?
and I of Charles T. Itea".lrle, AOM. Eunice: nil rru\\' of Pressure department pure gold of reality an'lwer.1 I Apparently nothing, for
has tendered her resignation has resigned to with Character is not what you are, many of our young men, who were
will leave December I I Irr :3c, and Ethel Bleasdajc. Sharonwas go
what j'olll I formerly attached to this
that is nor activity
. months old on 26 No her )husband.jho has been transferred ,
lost threeof three
The Cable Shop, 861, lh-I out of town. do, that is conduct; nor what peo- &a enlisted men, are returning to
its "old timers" last week. ( vember. think of that is leputa-! their jobs now as civilians.\ Among
I Timber Inn was, Our !scoop' of the week---announcing ple you ,
Ron Tool, Juanlta Matlngly and I Friday of night for Naval Personnel the engagement of Wan Jes- I tlon. Character is what you are. I', those coining back to us as civilians -
Fxlilh Moody. the scene party and their I Mip Kontrarrckl. AMMISc, and i the central self, the man inside the are: James K. Hill, an instructor -
Gladys Crow, Shop 862, Is on the 1 I! of Ordnance enjoyed delicious! alter Diinliur AM2c both of the man. In this time of fortune hunting -: in the Training Department,
sick! list this week. Hope to have puents. Everyone and fun department Lots of luck and fame for glory, character'I Orrin ('. Williams, another Instructor -
excellent music, Pressure
her back soon. food and ) and happiness to both of you! Ii is the only fortune worth accumulating in the Training Depart-
Clara (Dynamotor) Merit resigned was had by all x ___ for it alone can w..atht'r'all ment, James II. Miller\ who is attached -
last week due to the arrival -' x you've beenin I The increase alone in the wortl'1Ipopulation storms of adversity and defyi I to the Personnel Department -
of her husband from overseas Matron; "I suppose accustomed during the past SO financial panics. Character ,has Walter W. lluber with the
x._ I the navy so long" you're has been equal to its entire three (chracteristics veracity, honesty Aviation Fundamentals School,
Canada Is the third ]largest to sea legs? I years 200 ago, 515,000- and sincerity. Dishonesty Is and Frank I. Anderson back with
I was population years
"Honest ,
country in the world and the largest I Sailor: ", 000. stupidity because It chloroforms I I the Post Office.
in the western hemisphere. n't even looking. I r



..u____... ._______ .._ _. __ ___ ._ November. 1945

Saturday Personnel- They Fly, Too, At NaTechTraCen I

NATTC Inspections Will Start _

At NATTC This WeekA

new schedule for Saturday
ENTERTAINMENT! pert' nnl'l Inspection at NATerhTraCVn

ha* been announced by

Capt. F. N. Taylor, commandIng -
1 fJN'r.F.frf't'th'e.

this Saturday, of.
MOVIE SCHEDULE ficen and enlisted personnel"

ritlll\Y AND VTLRDVY STORK CLUB with Barbara Hut- having he duty Friday night

ton and Barry Fitzgerald; HEROES OF THE MIND, and News 1800 will 01)00 stand captain' inspection at
and 2000.SUMlV. Saturday.nuty .
SING YOUR WAY HOME with Jack Haley and Anne section( One will he the L

Jeffreys; HOCKEY HOMICIDE, a Disney cartoon; 1800 and 2000. first to stand Insertion.Uniform .

l1O'Im.U: TUESD.\ '__SAN ANTONIO, in color, with Er- for Inflection will
rol Flynn and, Alexis Smith, 1800 and 2000. be given in Morning Orders on
\\HINESII\Y: PURSUIT TO ALGIERS with Basil Rathbone the preceding<< Thursday the

and Nan Bruce; and CUBAN MADNESS 1800 to 2000. I captain'. announcement nalJ. I
Tllt'RSD\Y HIT THE HAY with Canova N ; f
Judy and Ross Hunter The inspections will he held In if
ARMY SCREEN MAGAZINE. 1800 and 2000. I the parking lot area adjacent to :

. ._ : .. .. .. _.......... Building 500. I >
I '

I 5PL S"f:5: fROm nATTO


.';""..,....., < .."
.S Pictured at the controls of the SNB U Lt T. C. O'Connor,

i Offieer-lnCharge of the flight phase of the Automatic Pilot Srhoot,
Beside him fo K.. II. Marino, AKMSo, Instructor, f'xJlaJnlnc1I41RI4'I' of i) I
the details of the automatic pilot to students' C. A. Hill, AEMSc.!
I and J. S'.'. Mount joy, AF.'IIc'I -.

y t. ; ; WILMA Tilt WAVE -

+ I rt'porting'Thanksgiving over and gone and,' [ AP Students Get

I another holiday enjoyed by I
I WAVES of No. 51 We can't think i Flight t TrainingDid
I of another day off to expect 'till
I Christmas isn't that the luck!
But in the 'SHIPS. you know that NATTC ac-
meantime let's takea
% tually has airplanes? Few people
look inside the
walls of
a 1.Iwti.J. our
1011I0,111 WAVES barracks and see what realize this fact, but that's right,
seven twin engine SNB's, transport -
the gals have geen doing. "It's
not the season the reason" but the COMPANY type trainers. They are used
in the
bells Flight Phase of the Automatic -
are ringing in the
rafters of No. 51. D. William Ol- 1, I'ilot School, giving the students -
t' ,) lie has received his discharge and I Another name is added to the an opportunity to put into
:Monday, 26 November he and I I practice the actual use of the au.
Here Monday and TueMlaj---AlexU Smith NATTC Ship's Company list of tomatic pilot. Six of the planesare
were wed in the Protestant Chapel )1 outstanding athletes; he is MilanJug"
on the base. N. Wimbrow departed now equipped with different
SPECIAL[ EVENTS Gjurich of Conemaugh, I type pilots and each student
23 November for Salisbury, Aid; Pennsylvania gets
and a few days leave before saying | two hops with each type during
Gjurich (the G is silent I
Aboard "I do" at 1600 30 November. Cal- as in the two weeks course.

houn and Norton were married ::1 gnat) started his athletic career I The NATTC flight phase U located ..
TONIGIITMERRY MIX-UP DANCE, NATTC AUDITORIUM, early in high school, made the all-
November in the
in the Southeast
Protestant Chapel quarter of
200 to 2300 state football team, the district I
Several of NATT Center Hangar 115 The Ship's Company
bVTUKIMY FOOTBALL GAME NATTC All-Star Football I all-star basketball team for three
WAVES were present some took consists of six: pilots, WAVE
Team vs. Camp Gordon Johnston at 1030 on NATTC gridiron. years and found time for baseball, one
part in the ceremony Who will be i officer, and approximately 34 enlisted
SWIMMING n.UI.Y-IND00R POOL; Recreational period for ..
Gjurich attended
next M. Bickford St. Frances
Perhaps I men who are instructors and
all Naval Personnel and their guests: Monday through Friday1800to
College, Loretta Pa
Welcome aboard : where he mechanics.
2100; Saturday, 0900 to 1200, 1300 to 1700, and 1800 to 2100; Sun- Kitty Healy, There are two NATTC
Specialist (GI) 2c from NAGS, Mi graduated In! WAVE in the
yeomen office.
__ day, 1230 to 1700, and 1800 to 2100. Children must be accompanied by
parents. ami. "Poor Little Rhode Isle". her. 1911 with a I The planes automatically come
favorite songher home state. At Bachelor of under NAS
3IUMC-Recreational rehearsal room is available to all hands In present she won't be instructing Science ''I supervision in case ofemergencies

the Auditorium Band Room. Instruments may be procured from S. P. gunnery_but will be working at While degree enrolled' when it is such as hurricanes,
necessary to evacuate
Lanteri Musician lc, daily from 1600-2100.
the Technical
Library he played: )left i them to safer fields.
GOLF. STATION COURSE. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to Now how about a few highlights halfback on the i
all personnel. Clubs available at gear locker in NATTC Auditorium. of No. 51 A trip to Tally to '.: !; college team for| 1942 The with Phase started in October
GOLF INSTRUCTION for NAT1C personnel by R. W. Reynolds, see the Bombers play. Weaving, three years and| two airplanes and four
SpA)2c, 1300 to 1530. (Special classes for WAVES by appointment). Redmond and :McGowan venturedout made the Little I School pilots as a part of the Bombsight
and helped supply a cheering which later became known
Sign up at Shack.HOSTESS All American
section for the It T'5- as the NTSchool (Aviation Fir
boys seems as ; team in 1910 I
HOUSE open daily from 1530 to 2100. Saturdays and 1
Control .
) The
though they were at the ternan- flight Phase was
..- He was a four
Sundays from 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel and relatives
dina game also Motlow and M. .juricli year letterman' transferred and becanie part of
and guests. Zaki seem to enjoy the B.G. quite in basketball and chalked three the NTSchool (Automatic Pilot)
NATTO LIBRARY open daily from 0800 to 2100. often. The open fireplace with sucha years on the baseball diamond up He I! during September 1945 when the
1HMLING daily at Ship's ServIce from 1200 to 2030. warming flame might have was voted the most outstanding!i Mark 2 Bombsight Instruction was

AS/I/ something to do with their pleasure -: athlete for three consecutive years I j discontinued in the Fire Control
ore Several of the girls are in the college. School.Lt. .

The Episcopal Army and Navy Center, corner of Church and still talking about the wonderful I The new Specialist A Second I T. C. O'Connor, USN, is the
Market Streets, sponsors a dance every Saturday night from 2030 to breakfast that followed the High class is of Serbian descent. He Officer-in-Charge of this Flight
2330 Junior hostesses will be in charge and all enlisted personnel are Pontifical Mass M. Stroman introduced played on a National Basketballteam Phase He recently returned to
invited. by Lt. (jg) H. Perry, of which he was voted the Jax after being attached to the
JACKSONVILLE BEACHES-Buses leave at frequent Intervals who acted as toastmistress, delighted most valuable player and made PB4Y Line Maintenance School in

from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathingand the gathering with "AveMaria" some very interesting trips aroundthe Minneapolis for 11 months. Lt.
We are sorry to learn O'Connor was at Jacksonville when
other recreation at one of world's finest ocean beaches. Bus country.
that S, Raven is confined to the the station was commissioned
fare 25c. After finishing
college, Gjurich
Hospital on Mamslde Here's hop- 1940 and
was attached to
NAVY MOIIIEK'S/ HOSTESS HOUsE, 101 East Church Street. ing she will return to our fold but taught English, Social Studies,i in October 1942 until leaving NATTO for

UsO CENTERS at 122 West Forsjth Street; above Blanding Bus soon )[. Towers has her en- I physical football Education and basketball and coachedthe Minneapolis. Mr O'Connor, who
Station; Church and Newnan Street; 311 West Duval Street. USO tire family to entertain. The whole Conemaugh High until draftedin teamsIn has logged several thousands of
WOMEN'S DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. clan drove down from Marylandfor 1941. hours in the air, has 13 years in

CANOEING, FISHING, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San a visit with Mystie r P. S, He stationed the Navy. In 1942 he was com-
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on that platoon of men mentioned in Tongue was Point, Astoria at NAS, missioned from Chief Aviation
SPLASHES of Oregon for
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 60c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor __ concerning a couple V. Jones'weeks.ago to eight months before coming to Pilot to Chief Warrant Officer
boats-$2.00 hour, five to eight people boat entry So now if Ira
per per the Moonlight Melodies Dance NATTC in October While out at someone should aslc
HORSEBACK RIDING: MAGNOLIA ST A ISLES. San Juan Ave- turned out to be one guy in particular the Pacific Coast town ,he instructed NATTC is just all technical schools.

nue and Lakeshore Blvd. $1.00 per hour for two hours; $150 per one .. Our apologies to D. Hall the students in the PBMschool in classroom buildings 'vmrii- ha--
hour; groups of eight or ten-$100 for two hours. HYDE PARK for calling you a platoon Who in hand-to-hand combat. able to say, "No, wetly too."
--- --- -- -- --- is this -a
blonde star who
keeps taking Right now he is working with
L. Burns out to the tennis or the wrestling and basketball classes WilliamsNealMarried
badminton courts regardless of here in Physical Training

the weather? Come to think of it, And with this experienced player -
FOOTBALL he was with her at the Personnel acting as guard on the NATTC In ChapelIn
Party of last week ,
basketball team we should,
i And speaking of the party given really have a team. a formal ceremony in the
by that division, how about a few Protestant Chapel Monday night
I I As for .
points Gjurich to
notes on same, It really turned out' vows were exchanged between
be out about April and to return
to be well, you guess! Music by I' II' Dorothy Jane Williams, Sic (SK),
home to a coaching and his
Right Here At NATTC the Pines" well trained juke or job of Mt. Pleasant, Tenn., to Lt. (jg)
I wife and 4fa old
year son "Champ Oliver Meader
gan, turkeys and much food by ," Jr., of North
the commissary department, men I Jr As for hobbles this muscular Berwick, Maine i
lad in for ,
goes more He
through the courtesy of the XOD, sports The bride wore a heavy white
nice fast
enjoys a of bad-
Division, laughs for all. jitterbugging minton for relaxation game swims satin dress with flowing train and
done by Personnel's own Lt. few laps. or a veil. Her' only attendant!' was her ,

NATTC AllStarsvs Bean, and an evening which ended __-x ___ sister. Mrs. John S. Bumpus, dressed -
too soon. in a formal gown of blue. f
Farewells this week go to A.Long Tall blonde: "I want a pair of Lt. (jg) s. B. Sifers was the
] A. Blankenship and B. red shoes with low heels" best man and George Moore, YSc.
Jackson who are off to Memphisand Saleslady: "To' go with what?" and William Sthermoeihorn. SKI
I civilian life Ale> to Great Tall blonde: "A short ensign.Sailer ." 2c, were ushers. a)

Lakes go Krywinswl, II Boggs Following the ceremony, a reception ,.
Camp Gordon Johnston !N, Whetsell and B Bleekman for (at sick call): "I want was held in the NATTC
i lis harge. F. Kaskeski: left for something to quiet my nerves," Hostess House .

1 1I New York and Personnel Separation Doctor: "An aspirin?" _-x____
I Unit and F. Doman had to go Sailor: "No, a discharge Small brother: "Oh oh, I saw .
to Washington D C., for her -- -- --- kiss "
Saturday 1030 NATTC Gridiron did you my sister. .
Jiarge: tion Dance Orchestra, entertain- Sailor: "Here's a half dollar, kid.
Tonight is a Merry Mix-Up. And ment throughout the evening, favors Keep quiet!"
Y ve de'! > mean a dance for ALL for the gal and heaven Kid.: "Hece's a quarter back.
Admission Free! NATT\ Center, Mainside" WAVES knows what will happen to the Same price to all."
nil, gobs are invited and many lucky fellas who ,gel to attend, -
1 laughs will be waiting for ALL. See you at the dance. Until then "Hell!" said Satan as he answered -
)Music by the Personnel Separa- WILMA the WAVE signing out. I the telephone.

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29 November, 1945 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Eleven

I NATTC Jax Air News Editor Leaves Jive Are ,On Sweet Tap Swing TonightFor First Students Arrive for New

"Merry 1 Mixup" Aviation Fundamentals School;

There" will l e> plenty of gaiety

a) :l;:: in the when NATTC a "Merry Auditorium" Mixiip"tonight Classes Set to Begin MondayThe

dance IH staged tinder sponsorship -
tr we" t: of the Welfare Departmentwith first complement of 100 men-students-.entering
:: the assistance" a center-" the Naval Training School (Aviation Fundamentals) is due

wide committee of enlisted personnel to reach Naval Air Technical Training Center today, and the

2000. The affair begin at first classes in the new school will\\ begin next Monday, Lt. '

The committee assurance Comdr. C. E. Anderson, Officer-in-Charge of the school, said '
early this, week that tht're11I this Aveek. The contingent will come from four different

A be "gals, guys, and gags "boot" camps.
ki a-plentj," and warned, too, that ----- Although for the time being the
j a.n3 thing can happen at a "Mer Pay Day Is Set full student complement is set for
ry Mixiip": occasion. 1200, authority was given to lay
The Separation Center Orchestra For Next Monday plans and provide facilities for an
N providing wherewithal ultimate capacity of 2,000.
for the and You'll have to make that pay The
jive sweet swing groups reaching here today
and Ut'llt.lnt't'nt Brandt will last a little longer next month, I are coming from Great Lakes,
a 3 I be on hand to take over the ma tew. i''I Bainbridge, San Diego and Mem

I console of the auditorium organ. ray day for all hands will be phis. Each week from now on 100
It's a wide-open affair for all 'men will be brought into the
hands.THESAPSHOP. :Monday: 3 December, It wan announced school, Lt. Comdr Anderson said.
_. till* week bj Lt. (jg) 1
-- "
: -----
The aim of the school
to provide -
I S. II. !SIferN, assistant disbursing '
of all prospective aviation per-
sonnel with the necessary additional -
I The following pay day alsowill I background to thoroughly

) FOR SALE Railroad li.Ut to VVa.h. fall tin a Momlaj. | comprehend Class "A" school instruction -
I intion. I>. ('., from Jan. Atlantic .
leant ---- I --- provide the basic knowl-
tin one war. Call .t Public Info of-
1 fir' room 138 Illdf. 800. edge of the duties common to all
1i i Wins $100 Bond rates In naval aviation, and to
FOR SA1,Ft Furniture in S room home. I meet the requirements for Imme-
i lloune Kill b. available about li Urrtm- diate utilization as seamen in the
Ser to rtnt. C2J1 As,. ..
..., Hrram W.
'-" con nrlt.Httllvwoiid. organization.The .
I KEKXAKD C 1)K1TT \ ---- curriculum includes four

- Bernard C. DeVMtt :; hid and matte.... oe.cuic.llynew w A general phases of instruction, and
SpN)2c-( ) ,
135 S-pltre .kitrhen art, ,20'I"ironinr ; ;- r.
editor of the NATTt section of board and pad. $2; till linoleum although the entire instructional
the Jai: Air News for more thana rug I3t baby crib ( year .ir. and staff had not been completed early
"( .nt Wrt" mattrraa. 1$. 1140 Cumber. this week the
men heading for
and half Is
year a among those Hand Road, Houning Project up
who Mill go through the Jacksonville ------ i the time being those four phases
NATTCen ", Separation Center this Man'* writ watch, practically new, New have been named.
week A veteran of 16 >ears'newsjm dfmili.lic' I band Would inak* eirfflfnthrMnta The first phase will be devotedto
( gill Mi. Kathleen r.....
|>er experience, JJ WIt t 1240A liancoik. htreet.Ilnhy orientation and rate indoctrination.
hat been with the 1'iihlic Information ------- ---- .A Lieut (jg) R. M. LaRue,
1 Office at NATTOsince Stroller, 1'1., pen SC log & .'.nd. USN is handling this phase and
"' he reported alxmrd 20 May Haby bed platform inker, two rheuli of also is serving as material and
drawer, Urnpn. .hreakratt. >et. till rug,
erri3 1944. lie attended Emory uni- Dip-hM, M. J. krhl .n. 122JA Hancock, personnel officer. During this
e \ersltj in Atlanta, Ga., and a NAS.' .r rail _during__ __day. at Lot 114. ,.r phase students will learn of the
"stretch, on the Florida TimeI *- u purpose of the school, regulations
'nlon is his wide Photo Fiponure Meter like new'. Set history of naval aviation the
among report .. various -
fred ( ;ih tn, Barrarki II or Yukon
tonal experience.: lie plans to Trailer 1'ark after 1700. Mteniion MJJ bureaus shore stations, and
Well, friends, the time for separation t return to his former position a* or C594. fleet activities They will learn,
of yours truly is Just editor and manager ot the too, the theory of flight, safetyprecautions
... .. .
leaving fur I. An, l C.lif., about
around the corner. I hale to go Stiwannee Democrat, Live Oak, U... Jrd via Nubile. Alabama, New Or. recognition and iclenJification -
you know I do. But_ go I must. lla. leant, San Antonio Tna, ete. tan take. ,' \'1.4' of aircraft and ships, and
__ __ __ ___._____ .
Conducting this column since h .ne or too pa .enier.. Contort by ...Ir.Itr : the aviation rating structure.
not. (arliille Ram..,. SpS)2r. 210 ", <<>
last December has been a real discomfort. All he could do was "South Hollywood Ave, Daytona 'Wi' Lieut D L. Manson, USNR, is
pleasure to me and I sincerely open his mouth but he never got a .1. Pictured above is C. E. Holland handling the second phase which
hope that you, the reader, have derived word in edgewise, which is unusualfor 141 Yellow Ford- -- d.nverl.hle--- 1I..h'l, IIAZc1, the proud winner of deals with basic skills. He also is iii
some measure of satisfaction him. to say the least The other muhanirallv. round good tiren, a One Hundred Dollar War Bond serving as building officer and
from it also. I should like to express fellows at his table got a big tinally rlean. will trade for cheaper ear as the result"" of a contest, eld shop supervisor This phase includes -
to all for kick out of his plight. Just call and cash difference tall 0334. NATTC.
my appreciation by the" Floridan Hotel to name mathematics layout, aviation -
their splendid co-operation as well me "throttled by a W"av'e," Auto, healer any kind Ju.l ao It "or..... their new cocktail lounge. The physics aircraft materials,
as their criticism and suggestions Red Harrison, SpA) was there (..>in( )North; tall Jax 2-1$30. To UM In new' name as "submitted" b>' Holland and basic skills.Aviation .
from time to time. To my trit'nds.may also, with some of his buddies, 1,40 Mercury, Is the "Gator Itot'm.i ." seamanship survival
the wish that "sporting a beautiful rosy-hued MlsCtl.UANEOtS
| express ;you .
.., crash and
Want off Nerd recovery procedure
time 7 to are
I aome me one --- -
one and all, soon take up your life bump on the side of his face. He take rare of your baby or amall child? -i included in the third phase whichis
where you left off and that nothing said he got it at the game. Any- I am available from 68(10(. to 020(1.( Excellent NATTC Personnel being handled by Lieut. G. A.
but good fortune hounds jour way that was his story and of care ( .nt..d-.t on timesorbed
Franklin USNR, here
with pediatrician. Mim Kathleen on tempo-
footsteps. Now until we meet course, we believe him. lain, 1240A Hancock Mreet. Given Permission to I rary duty from NATTC 'Memphis.
again this is John RUhbouig sign Heres an odd avocation that --- -- .*(- --- Have Cars Aboard I The phase includes airplane han-

ing off. Au revoir. tops them all. Joe Kravenak of Sailor: "I have a confession to dling, first aid, fire fighting (air-
Personnel has a talent for em- make to you. I'm a married man." Effective immediately) all personnel craft )I. parachutes safety belts
And now_ here is Al Coleman, broidery work, and they tell mehes Gal: "Gosh, you scared me. I Mac'lied to NATethTraCen and shoulder harness standard
the new scribe for Nat Ccn News- good. ( At one time I was no thought you were going to say will be permitted to have plane survival equipment, air sea
reel. slouch at knitting, myself). You'llprobably this car didn't belong to you." their automobiles aboard, it wax rescue, and pyrotechnics.
Hello! \\'ell'I'll do the best Ii see him Thursday night ; announced this week in an order
The-'I b'I phase dealing with small
and gals at the Merry Mixup Dance. Dot lots of Waves there
('an. and if you guys
.signed by Capt. F. N. Tailor, watch and
arms standing, com-
don't like it let me know. Your Turnbull has promised to teach and they all dance. officer.
advice and criticism will always be him the Rhumba and we hope she's Wonder if Bob Roger, (the Cop) commanding munications is being handled ty
appreciated I successful While we're on the subject is still feeling blue since "some- I'rt'\loud}', the use of automobiles Lt Comdr. r. R. Zimmerman,
"Tony" Zamborsky, by his own of the dance_ DON'T FORGET body" went on leave? The Danceon aboard the station by USN, who is here on temporary
admission, one of approximately 1 to attend. It promises to be Thursday night ought to fix trainees was prohibited with the duty from NATTC, Corpus Christi
MOO men in the United States j the best yet. Bring your family him up. But then I just remembered exception of married students' Familiarization and servicing of
qualified to work on instruments, I' and friends and don't be a wall- we both have the duty. Wellso living with their families in the small arms, watch standing, the

got himself "read off" proper by | flower grab yourself a partner. I long till next week. Jacksonville area. and semaphore security flashing of classified light material. ']aJs.
the guys in section 4, Bks. 5, the -

gie"other VVelisek night It was seems the recipient that \Vee-of I I Here's Staff of NATTC Training Department are The included instructional in this phase.departmentand

a whole roasted thicken from I Otggi/lg iIII[ IIm.Id! "" .,. .tt......v..I.?' -II. Il'-'IIi1II! .M1ft .... the assembling of curriculum
home. He had a bad night and .. and related materials are being
didn feel up to eating it himself, 1F"Q ,,- e ,, handled by Lieut. W. R. LaTon-
FO he passed it over to Zamborsky I loa ; dresse, USNR. He is being assisted -
When the boys got'bac'k from the I by Lieut. (jg) Marian V. Peter-
movies that night someone found | son USNRVVR( ).
the hen's skeleton in the gi can The leading chief in the school is
and bedlam broke loose. When R. L Davis, ACM. He formerlywas
they discovered that Zamborskyhad attached to NATTC in the
eaten the entire thing, they Aviation Metalsmith School unil,
gave him a gum lashing he won't returned to Jacksonville from that
forget for a long time. Who can school at Norman, Okla.
blame them, either --- --
Some of the boys in Bldg. 501
List of DischargeesExpected
gave Izzy Znamerowski (now connected -
with the Aviation Fire to Increase
Control School* a "Separation
Sendoff at Parnell's Mayport Sharply Next WeekA
through the affair his.
Halfway |
dozen more men were sent on
,r.M/Buddy.Buddy, "nnocchlo" Perine their way from NATTC last week
;,WaII' missing, and he still doesn'tkne'.Where
w to separation centers and ultimate
he was. But we do. I ; / ; : "i discharge from the Navy. It is
xIJoydJ'Bing" Keecly gave out : *; : .' ....' ,
A *- expected that the number will increase -
-mn>oxct}lent rendition of "White : vaa w.'k ,..,*' ,.::'t *" ,,' ,j,'" ,s''HA'w sharply this week and next
i eY wro s
will sure i > ? ,, .
,', 'Ch tmas. The boys :.t : 1': ,ju rrti .,(Jzzy's hard working ability, <, '.. axwxV < men
.;: ,%,j H0yvever is working, they tell now for me a Berganholtt change-, I "'''Members' of NATechTraCen's' ; ; -T'eZlm'i 11 F. \ Owens, U.4 P. DeAndies,-II. Achey, and eligible for discharge points, with some

in an effort to make up for it. Training Division met last week for their K. Kussell. rating exceptions.Last .

Jacksonville bus drivers have become I annual picture. Above are, left to right : Third row : M. Parsons, Alma Long, M. Great week Lakes the: Rockford following went Lewis to

so accustomed to losing at "Lar half Front row : Chief Elliott, C. \\'. 0. LArsen, Bickford. E. Perine, H. F. Radtke, U. L. Sic; Robert T. Carlson, AFClc;,

their ry's that load now of passengers when they approachthe Lt. F. K. Mosher, Lt. (jg) Phillips, Lt. La- Elder, I:. V. Martin, W. II. Kuenneke, H. G. and John M. Steed AFC2c.

"joint" they sing out, "NavyAir Tondl'e se, Lt. Klnges] !;;, Lt. Comdr. L. M. Bergenholtz, II. II. Heninger, IJ.V.. De ch, The balance went across the

Base Annex" The place oozes Coles, Lt. Comdr. Wythe, Head of the De- i A. II. Wiebe, P. Smyton, S. Benn. street Vincent to I'the. DeAndrea Jacksonville ARM2c center:

with in good fellowship.for their:Most ham of them and partment, Lt. Comdr. Cornelius, Lt. Small)), Fourth row: Weaving, Maher, Schil- James R. Sterkel, CSpA( ) ; James;

go eggs, and strictly Muff.Saturday Lt. Crow, Lt. Taylor, and Chief Kinstan. iski, Wagonseil, E. E. Bates, L. II. ]{iedy, L. McCullough, AOMlc; Alan J.

night a certain Bos'n Second row : D. Ludwig, D. Bridges, C. F. C. L. Miller, A. B. Schlagheck. II. Ban- Hunter AFClc; James J, Walton,

Ic, "popularly known as the "An- Shelton, A. I. Dove, \V. C. Hyden, M. L. Scali, croft, C. Masters, J. C. Owens, II. T.: Drown, SClc Charles; Marvin E. otterbein L. Williams Sic, AOM2c Edward;
gel was thoroughly outtalkedand B. J. Benedict F. I-: Bjers M. and M. J Dickard. ;
out-maneuvered by a quick- J. J. Chabala, Capps H. Matz, AEMlc: and Frederick
witted Wave_much to Ms utter VV. D, Hoffman, J. L. Hardy, M. D. Oliver, H. St. John, AEM2c.

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Page Twelve NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 29 November, 1945

!} Basketball Season Opens Monday Fernandina Again I WelfareAssistant Heavy Army Team

t I Night} When (Blanding Comes Here Turns Back NATTC Downs Bombers In

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NATechTraCen's inter-sta- I, Force quintet tneie Turret Team 12-0 !'first EncounterOutweighed
tion basketball season gets
Here are the tentative startersfor
under way Monday night in the game Monday: Forwards, Invincible In their own backyard over 20 pounds per_

the local gynm when a quintet Ferezan and Husvar; center, Behr- having lost no games within + C ar I man the Ship's Company Bombers
1 from Camp handing; comes man; and guards, Collins and Gjur. the NATTC intramural league, the I went down in defeat Saturday
f ich. Collins and Husvar both Turret School eleven dropped .heir night at the hands of the burly
here for the opener. The game played on the team here last year, second game against the Fernan 'Camp Gordon Johnston's Hell-

: .; is to start at 2000. but others are newcomers to the dina Gunnery Field 12-0 in a I divers, 12-0, but won the admiration -

f From then on throughout the NATTC court. Gjurlch has an excellent Thanksgiving night thriller last of the 2.000 shivering fans in
' l l., <\ season local basetball fans will basketball record )behind week in Fernandina Earlier they I I I the Municipal Stadium, Tallahassee
r, have an opportunity to see plenty him had lost a heart-breaker, 7-6 here. for their fighting stand

' of the game. Although no sched- Meantime, an intramural basket- Fernandina lost little time in against the heavy Army men,
ule for the entire season has been ball league is in the midst of or- establishing a lead in the game I The Army team was sparked by
' J arranged Lieut. Comdr. J. J. Gal- ganization and Lieut. C, C. Kelly which was played under flood I such players as Fred Keeney 1st
' .: lagher, Physical Training Officer has issued a call for all would-be lights where a cold north wind .,. y Lt., who played at Annapolis and
i > ;I handling the varsity squad, said players and teams to contact him whipped across the field while : Texas A&M, the 210 pound center .
that on an average two games by tomorrow. spectators shiveringly looked on : .-- and the plunging Jim Grad 7'
Even the advent of a NATTC mascot '!!-
would be played each week. 190 pound halfback.
I Three leagues are contemplated.One .
wasn't enough to make it pos- LT. (jg) HELEN J. PERKY
t Next Friday, the Welsh Hospital will consist of teams in the sible for the Turrets to avenge (above), of Cleveland, !IB the new Army began with an aerial at*
,, players will come here from Daytona AEM Schools, another of teams 'n their earlier defeat Assistant Welfare! Officer at tack and LaBrozzi, Slater, Dona-
Beach and the following Mon- the other schools, and the third XATechTraCen. Miss Perry hue and Vargo kept the baU froni,
day the local Air Raiders travel will be made up of quintets from Young Walter Goldstein, five- the pay dirt in the first quarter'
well-Know for her In
part 8qua'adu ( -
year-old son of SpA)3c( ) Harry
to Orlando to meet an Army Air' Ship's Company by fast tackling and quick "foot*
here, Is a former na-
H. Goldstein, was there as the k
-- ---- ------- work.
Turrets' mascot and in an exclusive tional back stroke! champion" and
Oldest DestroyerCompletes interview declared, "I am Walter won the Pan-American Diving The second quarter was m. red
NATTC All-Stars : Goldstein and I am five years old. Championship at Miami iast by excellent passes by both teams -
CareerStories I am chief NATTCenter mascot summer She formerly was an Army completed a 30-yard pass
for the Turret team, and I came Instructor in the Aviation Ordnance and Gene Semler went ever
To of heroic ships and he- the first of the
Play ArmyA out here to bring them luck." Officers' 8<'11001. score game heir
roic crews continue to come out of - --- kick was no good. A thrilling mo-
Needless to he
i was occasionally
team composed of players the war. This one concerns a ship I say ment of the ball game came when
prompted by his but with
from all teams in the NATTC which refused to sink. pop AEM Footballers the Bombers were pounding hard
all the good wishes of Walter the !
football league will meet the A tremendous blast from a Jap Turrets still couldn't for a break in the line and G. M.
Camp Gordon Johnston eleven I suicide boat off Okinawa crumpledher I needed for produce I Hawkins, halfback, threw a 40-
Saturday; at 1030 on the NATTC sides and filled her wrecked engine scores Post 19-0 Win yard pass received by O. L. Young:
gridiron, Lt. C. C. Kelly, officer- room with live steam but the I Shortly after the game started down on the Army 10-yard line. It
in-charge of football, announced crew of the destroyer USS Charles Turrets found themselves in trou- was the first down and a hard
Tuesday. J. Badger refused to let their ship ble, unable to gain a needed first i,Over Fernandina push through the center of the
Players; from the leagueleading sink. down and kicked to the Fernan- ; Army line by mighty\kittle Ham-

Turret team probably will The seams of the ship were opened dina 33-yard line from where the Using a combined team, the I merston was stopped by the whis-
predominate on the NATTC All water flooded the hull, rivets ball was returned to midfield. A I NATTC football eleven came out I tle at the half.
Star aggregation. were sheered off and escaping live couple of line plays netted five, ahead 19-0 over Fernandina in a The half opened fast and furious
--i t-- steam made it seem a futile effort, and Fernandina's Jimmie Grayson night game there Tuesday. I with the Helldivers kicking off to
One Nudist Tto the other) : but the crew stayed at battle sta- I picked up ten for a first down on According to Coach Luke Roosa Bombers. A 35 ;yard pass from
"We've been seeing too much of tions. Every available pump was the 35-yard stripe. it was necessary to use players Hawkins to Kimsey: took the ball
each other lately!" put to full capacity, but they were Then came one of those thrillers from Turret as well as the AEM Into Army territor;)'. A series of
------- able only to enable the ship to hold that don't occur too often in foot- men because of the number of Injuries short runs with hard hitting by

H jt-tyt-lit! her own against the seas. ball, but are extremely profitable and discharges which have the Army men gained little and
The ship was Just barely afloat when they do click. Steve San- occurred during the past week. the Bombers resorted to a
when a salvage tug pulled along- toro, a rushing, blocking, tackling This was Roosa's last game as he I which was by pass
an Army
side and added her array of power fullback, faded back, looked ovai checked out for Separation Center
) His
man long run was stoppedby
pumps to the effort. The extra the field of would-be pass re- Wednesday. morning. Wrobel.
pumps and extra aid made it pos- ceivers, and spotted Grayson way "Duke" Lahulier and Kiminikl '
scible to get the Badger to an advance down in the coffin corner. He scored twice with end run passes, I Stirred on by their band in the
base where she was fully threw one of those long, high ones in the first and third quarters, and last quarter, the Army team
repaired and returned to action. and Grayson stepped across the Halfback Crump went over on a pushed and passed until they were
Perhaps the most amazing fact goal line. line plunge in the second quarter, down on the Bombers' 15-yarc: ; line.
of the whole incident is that in A faked kick, with Kostitki: at- for the othc score. I I A fumble was recovered by Vargo

yY spite of the extensive damage to tempting to run the ball, was no I __x__ NATTC quarterback, and the ball
the ship, there was not a single casualty good. I was run back to the 50-yard marker -
to ship's personnel. When The Fernandina outfit's second Expect Increase I and another beautiful 35-yard
the Badger went steaming back to touchdown-and their last of the pass was compelted from Hawkinsto

the battle line, her entire, healthycrew game-came in the second period, Corbet. The Army team
was aboard. again after Turrets had been Number Changing I wouldn't be stoped even by the
--- --'- I------ forced to kick out on the Fernan- tackles of Cannonball Wagner and
Ult'tatn Old GtTld. Mate dina 32 yard stripe. Grayson Red Slater, and with three com-
I Doctor: "There's no need to worry picked up eight, and Santoro followed Reserve Status plete lateral passes made it downto
about your wife; you'll have a with 12 for a first on the the 5-yard line and a pass to
different woman when she gets NATTC 48. Grayson went again (SEA The Navy's "Magic Harvey brought the score to 12
back from the hospital. i for 14 and a first on the 34-yard Carpet" operation will use some points.
Anxious Hubby: "Yes, but what line A pass, Larson to Dean, net- 40 CVE's and 200 APA's by the Following is the starting lineupfor
if she finds it out?" I ted 17 and another first. Then first of next year In bringing men both teams:
home from the Pacific. These
---- ----t-- "Spud" Smith, a substitute back ARMY Pos. NAVY
Life Goes On.. -- picked a hole, spun, and gallopedthe are in addition to 166 transports Wisniesk RT Byers
"Where is your husband?" remaining 17 yards. already in use. Heyman RG Slater
"I ain't got no husband. He hasbeen Again, the attempted extra Starting points for the huge Keeney C Kimsey:
dead onto ten transport operation are Japan, the LG
years. point-this time via a kick-was Widdes DeBroze
"Are those all your children" unsuccessful.The Philippines, Marianas and Hawaii. Willard LT Heller
"Yes, suh. Dey's mine." Turrets came back stronger Terminal ports in the U. S. are Inboden LE Donahue
San Francisco, Seattle Los Angeles
"But I thought you said your in the second half and although Harvey QT Sheridan
and San Diego. The "time
husband Is dead!' forced on the kickoff to play defensively Smith VB Wagner
table" method will enable West
: "Yes, suh, he's dead but Iain't. played it well. They Newfer HB Hawkins
: Coast receiving stations and rail
Y; stopped the Gunnery men who roads to anticipate loads in ad- Dutton HB Vargo
Waitress: "I mistook you for a punted to the Turret 48-yard vance and avoid bottlenecks in Officials: 1st Lt. I. S. Buzby,
younger," man at the other counter stripe. An alert Schwartz, however routing returnees to separation Air Corps, referee; 1st Lt. U. G.
intercepted a pass a moment centers. DeAngehs umpire; and head lines-
Sailor: "I was a younger man later on the Turret 46, and Smith Jas.
when I first sat down here The average round trip counting man, Hartlgan.
picked up 12 for a first down on yard repairs and delays; will be --- --- -
the NATTC 34. The Gunnery men two months. 000 departures, 180,000 arrivals,
He 'We
this evening.: xan't All I have have any is some fun lost six, then 11, but a pass, Larson Estimates are for 109,000 serv- and in January 187,000 will debark
to Dean, netted 11. icemen to leave forward areas In and arrive. Meanwhile thousandsmore
small change. Turrets took over downs and to disembark than 10,000
on on October 75,000 in including more
She: "Well, what do thinkIt
kid you their own 30 but after benefit of the U. S. In November 172,000 are men en route to the East Coast aM
takes to send brother to '
the movies_a five dollar bill'" a five-yard penalty a fumble occurred scheduled to depart and 141,000 to are traveling on combatant ships W'
-'.a I- and Feinandina's left arrive. December figures are 1b7,- being redeployed.
guard Wundt ---- ---- ----- -
An old maid who was the self- recovered on the ---
appointed supervisor of village Turret 36. They lost three, then They Just Cel/litHelplt--/
Brevity Is said to diaracterlethU morals accused a man of being a gained four, six, and six for a first
design for next ItUlmn<<,r'" drunkard because she had seen his down on the 23. Three more plays
bathing stilt, modeled here b'eraEllen )' car parked outside a tavern. The gave them a first on the NATTC
I \ movie actress We're accused made no comment, but the 12, but there again the local students -
in favor of it. Vera<< will IMJ seen next evening he parked his car out held, taking over the ball ont -
next In Danny Have' new comedy side his accuser's doorand left i downs on their own eight-yard line. #1 ..
The Kid from rookl>'n." there all / 'it. On running plays they carried ':. "'
__ __ __u the ball out to the 21 but were ,- .,

... stopped there and were forced to .
;:: ., ,: :
'.( : N.AX.T.C.DUTY SECTIONS : kick. From there on out the ball c : <
f1: t'! ;: ;.1 I' J
.., ')1 moved back and forth with neither 'r.
...... o'L.DECEMBER -
team getting into '
scoring posi- N ;
SUN, MON. TUES. WED THU S. FR'' SAT tion.The 'I' ., '
starting lineups: .
Turret Pos. Fernandina I' ..
I Harris LE JohnsBowers '
2 i' ::
LT Whidden
7 Silwanowicz LG Wundt Iti4i, ,,I'
233445263 74 8.9l10) Moore C WenU ,
Boyd RG Alferlo _
Bosnian RT' Tucker :.r ,
Helser RE Welch .
114 12. 13z 14315.
Foster QB Kostickl: I
Frederick LH Grayson ./, ........

16 I 17l 183 19" 20, 2ll 22 White Lastoski RH FB Santoro Dean 11

Substitutes: Turret-Chamness, r

23. 21f 25t 263 274 28. 292 Carter Farr ;Kiminicki.'ernandina--Larson LaHullier,, and En- .

sor, Smith, Jones, and Schwartz.

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30 31 SMALL "IiMEIt'LS lie calls his girl Stalin because "Sure proud of discharge Herman but"must
4 DUTY SECT'St 30 far she has stopped all ad you are your ,
certificate chest also ?
vances. you wear the on your

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