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, ', ) VOL. 3, No. 39". o December, 1945


Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command


P Announce Christmas Leaves I I1i

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Admiral 1 Speaks; SHE'S THE WINNER Holiday Period Will Be


<- Between 22 Dec.-3 Jan.
Against Merger '

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Armed ServicesThe !, .w. ,:\ Personnel at NAS Jacksonville will enjoy the longest

M Christmas holiday lees in the history of the station this

danger of a military .. year as the nation celebrates the first peacetime Yuletide sea-

dictatorship is inherent in the son since 1910.

'War Department's proposals The news of the holiday leave, which came in the form ofa

l. __ for unification of the Armed LS Station Memorandum late yesterday, had been awaited anx-

, Services, Hear Admiral Ralph: iously for the past few weeks and had been the chief topicof

E. Davison, Chief of Naval conversation since Thanksgiving Day.

Air Advanced Training, told \-('--.. ,'J;,."* ."""'!; ------- --- According to the memo signedby

t members of ,the Jacksonville : Will/ Comdr. Paul E. Emrick, sta-
Junior Chamber of Commerceat t1'>> Officers tion commanding officer, the leave
,;> period will extend from 1630, 21
their luncheon meeting in '''';$;, "'
'"' '" to 0800, 3 January 1916.
I the Seminole Hotel Tuesday. Survey StationA Leaves will be regulated by indi-
Speaking against the proposed .I vidual department heads and will
f merger the Admiral pointed out .", that the decision will affect the J: industrial activities at NAS Jacksonville sonnel Office. Checking in and out
country's national security and Y ., $ly including Assembly and will be done only in departments__
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t enforcement of world peace for a t rM rf not with the O.O.D. In the case of
generations to come, and urged Repair will be conducted next officers, however, original leave papers
, his listeners to make, a careful My week by a number of high-ranking will forwarded by the de-
; study of the proposals now before t officers from the Navy Department partment head to the Officers' Rec-
r Congress Y, .... ord Section Central
"4"" '" in Washington. Office, on
t "Can you picture," he asked j. "" completion of the leave in order
"how the product of our great Na- 'i>.'Rna,' Members of the Navy's Indus- 'I that proper report may be made to
val Air Base at Jacksonville, were ,.k 1 trial Survey Division are expectedto BuPers.All .
they trained by officers unskilled, : : arrive here on 10 December,
.. I students, both officers and :
: and the actual is expectedto
in the majority, in naval warfare,I survey
would fit into carrier-based get underway immediately afterwards : enlisted personnel, may be granted
r our .
and how well $:' t: I leave for the entire period, start ,
squadrons, they %
;: '
ing at 1630 21 December, and
expiring -
would carry out naval missions?" / Heading the delegation will be I at 0800, 3 January.
After summing up his reasons ;'. Rear Admiral J. J. Broshek, com- ;\
for rejecting the merger, Admiral : manding officer, and A & R Offi All other personnel, officer and
Davison outlined the Navy's posi- > / / cer. Others in the party Include enlisted, up to 50 per cent of a de-
tion and explained the details of ",\", ,., Captain L. M. Atkins, executive partment at a time, may be granted I
the Navy's proposed plan for solving \ S\i assistant; Captain H. C. Gwynne leave for one of two periods as
the deficiencies to : follows:
brought \ : J Supply; Captain G. C. Hitchcock,
light during the conduct of the Planning; Captain J. L. McGrugan, 1st period-1630 Dec. 21 to 0800 "
war I : "" JI Production; Captain J. E. Ostran- Dec. 28. ,1
I I L' '" der, Jr., Engineering; Comdr. W. 2nd penod1200 Dec. 23 to 0800 'j
h. -' "z A" G. Jackson Structures Division; Jan. 3.The. \

More Brazilian I .f ';:,11 Lt. Comdr. A. M. Johnson, Metals holiday leave, the memo
Division; Lt. Comdr J. E. Weiss, points out, may be granted re-

Officers HereThe PIN-UP CONTEST WIN'NEU at the Naval Hospital is Miss Public Works Department; Lt. gardless of the amount of annual
F. J. Fellows, Personnel Section; leave
Ruth Love Lee of Montreat College, N. C. The portrait of Miss Lee as now authorized which has
and Lt. G. I. Jordan, assistant for
Navy's methods and was entered in the hospital contest by Otis Robbins, Y2c, of Ward already been taken. Annual re-
proce- Supply and Material.
dures in the training of pilots and B-1, and Robbins received a long-distance telephone call to Miss Lee ?---% i- will enlistment be and emergency leave i
Aft ft result. The contest was sponsored hv the Red Cross. granted as usual during u
crewmen are again being studied __-____ __ ______ __-of_u __ __., ___ this period but can not be combined '
this week by a group of Brazilian
CommendationsAre with any of the above:
Air Force officers who arrived Pass nods No travel pe- '
Discharges 25,000 Here : time will be al-
here from Miami last
Saturday. Given To 38 lowed on the Christmas leaves and
Actual familiarization ard observation the Natal no extensions will
at 1'er-
Discharges! ------- be granted ex- 7
began Monday with a bonnel Center here cept for bona fide
Separation enlisted men have rt'cehe.llht'lr Thirty-eight enlisted personnelwho emergencies.It I
lecture on the organization,
scope passed the 35,000 mark this discharge papers and 4,661 officers helped establish the Jax Per- was emphasized that leaves
and of the Naval Air Ad- \
purpose week The total was 25.671 by have been returned to inactive sonnel Separation Center were are not mandatory and will not be 5
vanced Later
Monday the visitors toured NAT- the close! of business Monday duty in the Naval HeHet\'('. presented Letters of Commendation granted personnel if it interferes
afternoon. It was announced by Capt. M.M. by Capt. M. M. DeWolf, Com- with the demobilization programin
TC, the service
inspecting many Since the Separation Center UeWolf, Commanding Officer manding Officer of the center, at any way.
schools and the classesIn
watching was 16, I
pstabli"lhedug. 21,007 of the Center. ceremonies yesterday afternoon. \ All enlisted
session. Tuesday the officers --- personnel not on
-- ----
pent at MF-ATU and Wednesday leave will be divided into two duty
it the Flight Instructor's School. SecNav Advocates National Security sections which will alternate in
Today, the Brazilians will travelto standing the day's duty consistentwith
Cecil Field to study divebomber maintaining proper security, s
training in the morning, and the Council As Part Of Nation's Policv carrying on all normal routine station I
afternoon will be functions and carrying out
spent at NAGS, - - ----I
Yellow Water. The visit will be While the United States was --_. expeditiously the demobilization
concluded Friday with an inspection victorious in World War II be- the theater commands. ment's ideas on the subject, For- program, liberty may be granted
of the facilities of the Assem- cause of a great outpouring of na- "4. There were gaps in the plan- restal stated, "consequently, the beginning at 0800 daily.
," bly and Repair Shop. On :Monday tional power, the Navy Depart- ning of material requirements, particularly Navy Department advocates thata 4 .
\W they will leave for the Marine ment has recognized certain deficiencies inside the military departments really broad foundation for na-
Corps Air Station at Cherry Point, I in the national security tional security be established, as Set Children'sChristmas I
.organization as of the end of the Mere Duplications follows:
The visiting party includes Col. conflict, Secretary of the Navy "5. There were duplications in "((1)) A permanent National Security Party ,
Ismar Pfaltsgraff Brazil, Col. Go- James Forrestal declared last procurement both between the Council with a permanent I I
"<. dofre Ytdal, Lt Col. Carlos Guido week in advocating establishmentof ground forces and the air forces secretariat should be establishedas The annual Children's Christmas !
de"Cruz, Lt Col. Anyslo Bo- a National Security Council as inside the War Department as wellas an integral part of our govern- I Party will be held this year at the
telho;, Lt. Col. Carlos Alberto de an integral part of national gov inside the Navy Departmentand ment. It should consist of the Mainside Auditorium on Sunday,
'Filguiras Souto?:'Lt. Col. Francisco ernment.In between the Army and the President as chairman, the secre- 23 December, beginning at 1330,
Teixerira Major Mancel Jose Vin a prepared statement, the I Navy. Many duplications have, taries of state and of the military it has been announced by Chap
hate, 'Major',ArC ldo Azevdo, Major SecNav pointed out the flaws that however, been eliminated and departments, and the chairman of lain Paul II. W. Olander, general
Carlo Alberto, de Matos. had been brought to light by war progress is still being made. the National Resources Board The chairman.In .

". ... '' -- experience, and called for an over- "6. No permanent organizationhad Security Council will coordinateall keeping with a time-honored
Irt ;PREFERENCE! : ,FOR VETS all, rather than piecemeal, national been evolved to plan for the foreign and military policiesand Naval tradition, the party will bea
New; York' (CN8)Mayor-clect) security plan. mobilization of our material resources in time of war will advise the gala event for the kiddies.

William O'Dwyer has announcedthat List Deflclt'lIdt'-' productive capacity, and President as CommanderinChief.This I
veterans will technical skills in the event of Council will also review and (n '
returning war 'VON
Among the deficiencies For .I t
war. determine the
get preference in seeking positionsas restal listed programand
city policemen "7. The co-ordination of the budget for submission to the t
"1. Our foreign policy and military I military and other war budgets in Congress. lY
policy had not been closely i the Bureau of the Budget was not "((2)) There should be provided a
Ad Deadline Is Integrated, although progress was as thorough and detailed as it permanent Joint Chiefs of Staff I
being made through the State and might have been. For the future, I to consist of the Chief of Staff to
Monday At1630 War and Navy Co-ordinating and particularly in view of dis- the President the Chief of Staffof Qntl
Committee coveries in the field of atomic the Army, the Commanding
JJt.( Deadline for submitting want "2. Our strategic pla :ning and energy, the Navy believes that an General of the Army Air Forces,
atilt to the Jax Air News for Inclusion decisions were excellent, althc'igh overall rather than a piecemeal, and two officers of the Navy, one ," I
in the Commercial Bulletins delays were at times caused in the national security plan should be to be a naval aviator. Such Joint RE l lSN .1,
Is being moved up to 1000: Joint Chiefs of Staff by logisticand evolved to remedy not only defi- Chiefs of Staff will establish uni-
on !Mondays, effective next other complications, especially ciencies, but also to provide for fied commands in peace and war' .
week where allied co-operation was involved the forseeable future with par- and will originate the strategic
The earlier deadline" Alf necessitated ticular emphasis on: (A) The in- military program. The subordi- pd'
because of the Increasing "3. Although unified commandIn tegration of all elements of national nate agencies of the Joint Chiefsof :
number of commertlaU and the field was usually estab- security; (B) a central re- Staff should be strengthenedand
need of getting copy to the lished, the Pacific Command was search and development agency; established on a permanent .
printers. The want ads can be split, particularly inside the Army, and (C) a central intelligence full-time basis.
given by telephone to extensions by separation of the Strategic Air service." ((3)) The National Security Coun- ;
830 or 85tH.w Forces not only from the other Outlines Ideas cil should be assisted by (A) a
Army Air Forces but also from Outlining the Navy Depart Continued On Page Seven

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Two JAX AIR NEWS 6 December. 1945

I Recreation Journal Recommends 11M THE NEWS AT MliS

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NAS Questionnaire To WAVESA ,

ircitatitn, questionnaire, distributed : ,.
peti<,dually to all \\'A"Fiat > Sunday moininj.
NAS Jacksonville, is recommended The most recent questionnaire
bv r the Recreation Journal compiled just after \-J Day and I'
to all Naval activities as "nn ex- quoted in the Recreation Journal, -
ctilent tool with which to keep your J asks:

recreation) programs currently Instep "YOU, a Navy WAVE. will goon
"with present needs and de- I be a ciyilian ( You hope. 1\\heth, '.
ores The
magazine is published
t'ru are in the Navy' one more -
monthly bj the Bureau of
i month or pix more months, you an .
Personnel ,
I busy with plans for the future .'
The ...
magazine points out that' Go where Go to school? \\ea 4: ,\ !
the questionnaire i .
was developed at i
vhaf Think what Want what : '
NAS Jax in an attempt to inject I j:1 A
Into the recreation program/ those I I "\\oriies, fears, needs desires u.s. NAVAL HOSPITALBy I
activities which were desired by the are all milling around in mans :
majority of the'I1la minds For those who would like I
tic n, personnel on I to hive the 'latest dope,' a pro ('e ha Gus l'lllklll| EnN! (,J }\r!

First begun:: in the fall of in 13, I gram of orientation and information There was much txntementcner "\ ,
the query' has proved so, successful i' will be set up concerning- i j the Red Cross "Pm-up C'onttFt"

that it has become a permanent I tations, education, wardrobe plan | ,m the Recreation Hall Friday 23
part of Uelfare and Recreation ning:', news of the day', and prob- November. There were entries
planning, / Lt. Katherine M. Rahl .lems of domestic, national, and international (I" all the wards in the hospital.The .
WAVES Physical Training and concein Plans! will include winner was Miss Ruth Lose
I the ideas that are requestedby Leta student at Montreal
Welfare Officer, drew up the questionnaire I : t'ollege. -
and revised i it from time the ma jot it j'." =North Carolina who wall t'l1-
to time with the help cf Lt (dgt) : The questionnaires check list includes !ered b>' Otis Robbins' \ Jc, a patient -
Verla M Hill assistant WAVES \ such projects as: on Ward1.. The gland pruzn'i'
T vsical Training and Welfare Of- I' Personal Affairs 111) Wardrobe "aH three-minute telephone call
fifer Enl Rolande Ridon, assistant ]planning. ((2)) Make-up demonstration tu Miss Lee by Robbins, It is easy -
WAVES Welfare Officer, is 1 111: ) Vocational guidance to see why all the patients envied
new also ,aiding/ in the tabulation Recreation ((11) Active reiiea lucky Robbins, Second prize wentto
arid sifting of the questionnaires t Ion: i sports listed i, 121> Crafts 2 F yeJ aF Eo M. Kiifibaum, SU fremAaiei
The rec'enl111'01; m RecomeifrTon '- I(131 Shows. ((4)) Music. \ B-b who entered Miss Midi-l ,
Contest was a result of the | News! of the Dat((1)) Military e' ) McCabe< clf Columbus, Ohm
latest questionnaiie Other projects I((2)) Domestic <131: World rE'lation'sl'nder Thud priZe went to K M Magai -
which had their origin:: in the queries each project are listed ; I, MAM3c on Ward A-a: bur
were the Spanish Class formerly) F-pecific activities, depending u'.;:>n I th*' entry of his wife, Jean, whose
conducted in Bl g6(10, and the t the facilities and leadership availAble \hint is Mankato, Minn, Captain
Riding Class, now operating' every E .. ... i Uik' and Lieut Comdr. McXM-:
r. .- ............ nidck served as judges of the tontiI -
and they both declared it was
f tat Horn easy to make n chiur.
Life in a flu Red Cross served coffee and
I I doughnuts following the ctntest

Glen Plaid Suit
A lance for the entire staff of
the =Naval Hospital will Malt the
One of the best features", in the he an do so if he had enough ('hnstmas festivities this year andit
GI Bill tf Rights is! Its education- years in service Students over 2"i looks as if the season will bt a
al provisions! since' discharge (run:i I to get additional years, must be busy one There will he trees and
service\ will mean to many a resumption able to show that their training/ decorations for all the wards with
of interrupted schooling, education was interrupted by' their prizes for the most outstanding,
Vets who have been in active entry into military service Pros The \Aaves are already rehearsing -
duty I'D' days or more, regardlesstf I pert \'e students 'must meet the their carols to sing in the
their age; at time of enlistment, academic requirements of the wards and over the compound
me eligible for a year in the classroom school decided upon The school This first peace time Christmas in
or its part-time equivalent, must also be accredited four years promises the staff and
all expenses! paid The Veterans: Many' Type schools patients a wide variety of entertainment -
Administration tuition, fees I' and fun
pays Veterans will be in business t''erythlntlut/
test tf supplies and books, up toM schools, scientific and technical Institutions snow', so watch the Plan of the
$ >0 a schorlear, and Jf>0 monthly vocational and profes lIafor further announcements
living expenses' ', for an unmarried sional schools, junior colleges normal and hoop jour date book open after -
181 1 ecember.
schools and teachers colleges,
and conventional colleges and uniyersities -
'. Some of these will give bike to swim Oh, you thought
credit for certain types of military' all t thi' pools on the Station weieHI
experience as well as Navy correspondence \md! fir the winter ? \\'t-Il.
I courses one still verj' much in use
,4 Jt the indoor
Disabled vets unable to work at swimming pod
Mamside They have water bas
their old jobs because of a serI \'- .
I e-connected vocational handicap ketball, water polo, and even In-
I ar almost sure bets to be eligible g i < 4rudors to give beginners lessons
for Vocational ln y e tC III' old hands! new pointers The Na-
Rehabilitation :
I program/ To be eligible, a person 1 %: t: \ al Hospital his a bus lea'lntht"/
must have a discharge other than x5 4 garage at ISII to take '(II.RI'k
dishonorable, and must be entitledto r and bring you back in time for
the 2000 movie>. For December
a pension. He can go to school
four without TMEIT3 transportation be available thefolloseing
years even charge for i!
transportation to and from school. I / days: bin. 7th, 9th, Mth t ,
and will receive a pension of $92 a Hth, 1Jth, 18th, 20th, 21st, 24th,
perbon A wife, husband or month if single, $l03. O It mar- | :-6th! 29th and 30lh This is open'
lither dependent rates an additional ried plus $5.75 for each dependent to all staff and patients The AirBase
] 525 child, and $11.50 for each dependent swimming team Is open to all
Need Fur Credits parent, staff members' who wish tll try

One problem that has caused I If you have plans for continuingor I "ul, so l..t'lII,0/: swimming!
some anxiety' among men who planto resuming your education after
enter college/ when discharged jour discharge, and are not cer- "Antly" Andersen a fishing:: expert -
is the fact that they did not taker tain as to credits and other requirements from Texas will be at the
dlepe preparatory courses in high/ it would be a good Naval: Hospital 15 December, to
school, and therefore are not eligible idea to consult the Educational give:: demonstrations and tips on
: for admission to college. Sucha Soviets: office. how to land i the big! ones He has
handicap usually can be overcome made a specialty i e If designing/ rods
through classes of th. Edu and reels that ate adaptable for
caticnal Services ofhee Ml:IU FOR nut 'i i use b\ boys with all types (If" ar ,
There are other men who can ( SEA I. Orders have been re inmries. and will dennnstiate _
utilize their naval training and experience reived for more than 2,000 Franklin !' l \ them en the wards) for the patients -
to assist them in gaining: / 1) Roosevelt Memorial Medals I t At 1800 ht will /give H 45
needed credits for high school or b>' the Philadelphia mint Orders'' minute demonstration in the Hospital -
college/ diplomas. To what extent are open to the general public, but'' K I Auditorium followed by a
depends upon the particular type are limited to five per customer I OO.font, if'', i 0',1 i ttt"of 5ftlill .Tlg'I,
if experience and upon type of The medal sells fur $1.50 plus postage f'XPf"dltl""S: I 11, ?,""!'n on. u
credits)) needed ; : ;"
A veteran who wants to learn a 1 I The patients and\staff iufe'al '

trade has the same portumtiesas IIIKOIIIIO AIN'T (>OI)) \ Hospital will haretbe. opSccrr- ,
men in search of liberal arts Tokyo (('XSI) Hirohito doesn tunity to hear Dr.', Hans Earth,
tiaining For If a serviceman was believe in his own divinity and the noted pnnist and .Wnpojer' in an 1
under 25 years of age upon entering Jap constitution does not vest him informal hour of musician ,'Monday ;
1. If W.
service and now desires to spend with such divinity, Tatsuhichi\ MI- i of Jackson Mich for more than 10 Dt'l'em bel'.The concert-will+ '
additionalears] ) in a trade school nobe, Jap professor and constitutional three years assistant personnel officer at NAS and more recently be in the Hospital Aiiditotium at

(,f sanitary plumbing, the like authority says administrative assistant at the Separation Center, is shown tinning 2000 follow inir the Khowine- of the

his desk over to Lt M D. Burton of Nashville, Tenn, who formerly first movie, Dr, Uarth is head of

IHT Two Cooks Spend Navy was ATD personnel officer and Operations duty officer and has- -been the Piano College Department of of Music the ,Jacksonville and-

personnel officer at the center those who have heard his informal\

Days Together At NASworked 2. 2M) LT AI-<.IK S. (l1fm-HT: of Mt-ATU, polio patient at the hours say they are most Interesting -

Naval hospital, receives the Air Medal from Capt Clarence J. as well as enjoyable. Dr. Bnith
has chosen a few of the more familiar -
Brown, commanding officer, while his nurse (left) and wife look
on selections for concert
They have been together in ci ivihan j- -- --
The award was for strafing attacks against Jap shipping, airfields at the hospital and will !
work' through boot tie preface
tiaimni in general l station
galley -
? / and shore, installations! in 194:. while he was radio
timing/ their 28 months if naval ofliters club and main station gunner ( a corporal l number by an informal explanation -
attained to a Marine scout-bombing squadron in the
Solomons of the selection Homc-
-cryice, and now are being Pt'pll.r- galley area
riled at the same time, I Tuesday they went to the fax 1, C'APIAIN: I>. \KNlltI-S; officer-in-charge/ of construction thing you shouldn miss!
De.n B. M( Lcnon. &Cli, ef Ft. Separation Center for discharge:' pins the Bureau of Yards and Docks Meritorious Civilian Award on
Ogden, 'Ia... and Edward J. Cas>a- Both have accepted work in FJnr- the lapel of Paul A. Miller of the censtnution company bearing his The Ked Crows has complimentary -
lou t>Clt', cf Arlington/ Mass., ida, but not at the same place name. K B Powers (left) and Conrad Huebergcr (Ice'nter). other tickets for the follow! inf. concerts -
have had coincidental days since McLenon is going to The Trade company officials, also received awards The recognition was for to be held in the George
working/ at Harvard University in / winds at Ft Lauderdale while C'as- work in construction of the indoor swimming pool' and banacks Washington Auditorium ,
( 'am brIdge, Mass alau will be at the Whitehall hotel E
They entered the Navy" e n 21'' at \\c-st Palm Beach. 4. I:r. I jjf: ) J"TJoIt'I1'm: :, a fox terrier with two yeais MTV Hallud bingeis.
August 1943, and came to JS'k-1 \\' \ ot the two men have lived lee In the naval air corps, Is shown being separated here at the frame< conceit December tith: Frances'I Inhrrierts/. !

fronville< as boots They staved hereafter in the Yukon Trailer l Park and time as his master Lt. jg) Ivie Jacobs Lister tf Noifolk, Va. me I December Tth: Alec Tt''I{l n 4'ieton,
recruit training and have have worked m Jacksonville, I Navy is a dogs life for canines, he said pianist.Page .

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J1I f\-l S ; c.ehprw Ptii

Editorial Offices
Office of Public Information, Room 221 News orviVieujs: fmmStation
Administration Annex Bide. 954
Telephone Extension 8542

Lt. Comdr. James F. Kelp, t'SNK. Editor -
The JAX AIR NEWS n publl.hed'eekly at the U. S,
Naval Air SUtlon. Jacksonville Florida, by the Office or
Fubllc Infoimatlon at no expense to the government and Icompliance Chaplain Edwin; W. AndrewsThe
with Secnav Circular Letter 45-526.hS May IMS
Copies are distributed free of 'ralnlng. Naval Air world has adopted a strange philosophY -
Station the Naval Air Technical Center, the
Headquarter o( the Naval Air Operational Training Com Nations, communities, and individualsare
mand. Naval Auxiliary Air Station Green Cove Springs,
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, the Naval Air ever trying to figure how much they can
Gunners School, the U. S. Naval Hospital, the Naval Aux with and not be punished.for their
diary Air Station Municipal No. 1. and the Naval Auxlllar: get away ,
Air Station. Ma)port. VETERAN5L.ORGANIZAIIONS. SEPARATION -' IW, ", offenses. This was clearly evidenced in the

Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN Commanding cCNTE.R / 5f a history preceding World War II; first, Japan
Jacksonville Naval Air Station reached out and took Manchuria, then Italy

Cat> lord N. Taylor, USX. Commanding moved into Ethiopia; this was followed by
Naval Air Technical Training Center Germany testing the Versailles Treaty by

Captain Clarence J. Brown (MC) USN, Commanding the various German populated
U S. Naval Hospital l lIN taking over
districts on her borders, just seeing how
Maurice M. DeWolf. USNR CommandingNaval
Personnel Separation Center much she could get away with before the

Colonel Martin J. Kelleher. USMC Ret..) Commanding N world would oppose her. Nations signed
Marine Barracks treaties and pacts to suit their own needs

Commander Kdwaid E. Dolecek. L'SN. CommandingNaval without ever intending to keep their word,
and ever over-stepping the agreements }previously -
Commander Frank -COI: bin.; VSN, Commanding PIN-STRIPE, have you forgotten anything? Are you go- made. The Russian-German pact was 1
Naval; Auxlllaiy Air Station. Green Cove Springs ing to forget anything? Such matters as insurance policies but another example of this philosophy.In .

Commander Auxiliary Howard .Air::. Born.Station.USN Cecil CommandingNaval Field : legal claims, medical and hospital care, and miscellaneous the Navy we are also confronted with 1))

benefits accorded the veteran under the G.I. Bill this philosophy. Sooner or later it leads the
i Commander Salem. Van Every: Jr. t'SN CommandingNaval
; Auxiliary Air Station, Municipal No. 1 offer a pretty complicated picture. And that's where the individual to Captain's Mast, Deck Court, or ,
veteran's organizations take over; they're in business to General Court Martial. Just because
Commander John R. Huhn L'SNR. Commanding even a i
Natal; Auxlllji.v' Air Station Man>Ol't remember what the ex-warrior may forget. men insist on trying to get away with some-
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Lieut. Col. William T. Evans. I'SMC (Ret.) Commanding thing.
Marine Aviation DetachmentThe :
The American Legion and You The source of this philosophy, undoubtedly -
JAX Alit NEUSs::" receive camp; Newspaper Service ,
and Ship's Editorial Association material. Republication comes from the old Spartan idea, that

of War credited Department.matter 205 prohibited E. 4nd without St.,mission or SEA.! : of WashIngton CNS, No single post-war event of 1915 held more significancefor "the wrong is not in stealing, but in getting.

.l:>, D. C Republication of any other matter, the men and women who served in World War II than caught." This philosophy, idea, or thought,

except permission by of service Editor. publications.JAN AIR NEWS.Is prohibited without' the American Legion Convention which convened in Chicagoon can do nothing other than bring strife. The

the 16th of November. for a three-dav. meetiiur. "I A,wale I'niil>> exhorts; us; "Tn W"ilk .Ivurmcflv.v.... ...' .

Forget Hero Stuff No longer a minority group in the total population of as in the day." Men and Nations must learnto

this country, the Legion had a major part in writing the G.I. deal honestly with one another; there can

Hy Bill :MauldinG.I. Rill of nights and has been consulted constantly by the Veterans be no hidden meanings, no double-talk not-

( Artist and Civilian) Administration concerning welfare of soldiers and false motives; they must be open and above-

(SEA).__ :Many people say being a civilian sailors who fought in the previous war. It is inevitable thatit board, laying all their cards on the table. Until -

is no good, that after being: one for a few will play a major role in the reconstruction period now such a time as complete honesty dominatesthe

weeks you'll)) wish to hell you were back in launched. dealings between men and nations, we

the Army They're nuts. Whether or not the individual dischargee likes the idea can only look forward to strife, conflict, and

The discharge simply means that you are of belonging to an organization composed of members held more wars And the only motivating power

free to begin living your own life. It's goodto together by common interest in the welfare of exwarriorsdumped that will make man deal honestly with his

be free like that but it has some draw- into a chaotic civilian economy, it's obvious enough I'ellow-men is Christianity

backs. I that he will benefit by the efforts of such an organization.Representation .

I've found that people generally: try to Washington, publicity for objectives and

give! you little breaks here and there because I I material benefits to the individual are achieved only through

you were in service but they don't fall all I the organized efforts of many individuals joined together.

over themselves. There are a couple of reasons The "Forty and Eight" caps, the excitement of Legion parades -

: I and conventions are not indicative of the month-to- :-ot'H J'ts: HK M';Mill. )>M'MllttK: II, 1! 4JCW
; One is that so many guys have come I, month work which the Legion has turned out for more than > Brig Se, \1,'(- 'Jhaplaln Harold I* Booch
home they are no longer a novelty. The oth- twenty I onto \AT1X SeiUie t'fljplaln\ I). F. Buhler.
i lu.l'.lli"inr Srivcrv".l'hat.luin Paul H. Oiandrr.
er reason is that once in a while they run After other the number of in W.
every war, veterans rela- Divine Srnlirn' for (olorrd I'rrkoimrl Building $e 4.14JO .
into some 'punk who got his first pair of tion to total population has been relatively small, and the -Chaplain E. E. Ca>'lor, preaching.ICstholic .

shoes in the Army and is anxious to see how i sums of money voted for their benefits have been small I I

many free beel's'his uniform will get. 'He enough to be scraped off the normal l national income without i.

peps off about what a raw deal he's gettingand serious threat to the nation's economy. Onlnow, in the o9io--"":o...ilass.M HOO.t .

he asks every civilian between 16 and 60 World'ar II aftermath, has the veteran relief problem become t 11Ma.s.
"\Vhv ain't in uniform, Bud?" I' I 1700 -Mann.
ominous. The benefits paid to disabled veterans, alone,
CI"IlInorin.: .. Senltel MutlU Iliad aid BlnaUttxmAtriur
Since coming home I've found that the will cost roughly the same as the cost of running the entire I ,
loudest are those who suffered the least. government prior to World War 1. I 1100-Small chapel. .
After a citizen runs into a few of these characters Utter Day !''I11.tltImall! C'biptl. career .! Ma.lla aajHiruiiu
In study completed
a Brookings entitled I ilium.:
he is going to be very cautious about "Post-War Fiscal Requirements," the first normal 1 their Jr.Uh Ktlislous Srrtito' and .
had llaurt.tildjv
who have Fellowship
honest pants
guys post-war year is assumed to be 1919. In that year, it is estimated 1815-fcmall Chapel Muslin and Ulimlngham."
shot off, lost their girls while overseas, can'tfind that pensions and benefits to veterans will be not Malnslrte.
Tuesday UKmiO-Chaplalns1: \( :
Office. NATTC.
jobs and are just trying to get along.If I less than $1,;; 10,000,000. Education and training expensesare 'ruesd.iy' I7oa-lhjCh-P''ln': Oifke. Yellow Water,

you have to deal.with some mug who estimated at $315,000,000 and other benefits and miscellaneous First NAGS.'ihuisday ot each month. 17UO1830. Chaplain's Ol-
got fat from the war and doesn't want to at flee NAAS Green Cove Spilngs.
like expenses $382,000,000. I Second Thursday of each nwntli. 1G30-1800, Reading
due get as tough as I
give you
you your Comparing the above figures with the sum of $21,000000 ,- Room. NAAS. Ma> pott
and throw the book at him. But until you'resure which represents total cost of veteran benefits between I Thud Ihuisday of each month. IWO16.TO.: Chapel, JaJC
about him, don't approach him with a Note: No service In PBV Hangar Area.
1918 to June, 1914, it's easy to see that the problem of finan- ---- -- ----------
chip on your shoulder cing veterans can no longer be solved by minor appropria- ,
C Book Shelf
The above article is reprinted
( per-
mission of the Ft. Belvoir "Castle.") tions here and there. With three times as many veterans of i __n ___ __ _______J
the recent war as there were in 1918, the issue has become
-_ *-- --- one of the top-drawer national concerns. For up-to-the-minute news in all field's,

This is not the American current periodicals are the best source of in
of PeaceIn newspaper ,
Glimpse formation. The
library has added many new
Legion or any other organization can offer the painless solu-

the midst of flying epithets, confu- tion as the result of the deliberations of 10,000( delegatessent magazines magazines to its subscription list. Amongthe
new which availableare
sion, and dire predictions as to the fate of I to Chicago. There i is no painless solution. But we are a number for MOTOR
suggesting that those deliberations are, and will continue to sports fans:
the world when the atomic principle gets BOATING
1 around to the corner grocery store, it's some- I be, important to the veterans and citizens of this country. and BASEBALL ,DIGEST.ATHLETIC: If interestlies

times refreshing to be reminded of the timeless __- I in serious your
music, we now have MUSICAL
! changeless, unspoiled items that are
Bitter InterludeAbout AMERICA ; if you are a jive hound, keep up
still with us. with the popular bands and( their leaders in

As an example submit of the the mentioned following words great three times each week we sit quietly in our "pos- DOWN BEAT. FORBES is now in the library
perceptions, we
of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes as deliver-I I ture-back" office chair and became: briefly cynical concern- for the business man.

'I ed to the Harvard Law Association in 1913! : ing the world and all its inhabitants.; Before the people! in | Everyone; should have an interest in current

"If I am right, it will be a slow business I the world have taken off the bandages from! wounds received with affairs at home and abroad. To keep} up

for our people to reach rational views. But as I ) in a long, bloody war, they are at each others throats;' what is gIbing on around us and to get ,
I againor maybe it would be more accurate to state that }people'siews on the situation, the fol-
I grow older, I grow calm I do not pin !I they II
lowing magazines han been added AMERICAN : -
their throats :
at again.
dreams for the future to my country or
my / The of words continues at home and abroad OBSERVER:, COMMON I I SENSE: FOR-:
even to my race. I think it probable that civilization war eggedon EIG
somehow will last as long as I care by motives that range from the frankly political to the 1'C'IIL1C.AFFAIIS.: NATION and NEW: REjft: :

to look ahead. perhaps with smaller numbers -! frankly incredible. Here's the way we lined up the world's i! AIR:
but perhaps also bred to splendor and current irritations during one of our moods this week: At 1' and

:. greatness by science. I think it not improbable home, the Pearl Harbor raking of ashes, the proposed Army-1: SKYWAYS are! among the new aviation
magazines added to the list. Just for entertainment -
I that man, like the grub that preparesa Navy merger, Universal Military Training, laborManage1ment
I and reconversion try the CORONET: : or read.) a story
chamber for the winged thing it never has arguments, were ranking issues in BLUEBOOK.

seen but is to be. .that man may have cos-I Abroad, the loud and philosophical! ,atomic argument, the More in ,
new maJrazinC'siIl be coming
uric destinies) he does not understand. And United Nations Organization powers; the muddled policy, inI I during the next few
weeks the above' are
so beyond the vision of battling races and an occupation of Germany, the position, of Fjance+ as whipping just a sample1'hen ;
earth I catch boy and general reconstruction of Europe held the spotlight' } you have some parc
impoverished a time
dreaming why riot come in al1II, look over the en-
glimpse, of peace. and added<< to our gloom.>< 1 I tire collection.Page .


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QUESTION: Do you think we

By LOIS A. LESER, YSo should share the secret of

"Nineteen more days to Christ- the atom bomb? I

mas"-_"Do your Christmas Shop ALBERT S. LAURENT' S2c,
ping Early. These and all the oth Lawrence, Mass. MAINSIDE MOVIES '
er signs of the time bring to mind "We should not! They'll turn
the fact that Christmas is just right around and use it on us. Thisis THURSDAY
around the cornerChristmas with supposed to be the last war, "PURSUIIT TO ALGIERS" with 'Basil Rathbone.
its fun and gaiety turkey dinner, that's why we fought it. Let's keep and Nigel Bruce as Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are by
presents, gala decorations and all } ; NsI the secret to insure this fact" the Prime Minister of a Mediterranean kinguom to {
that it entails. .. ..J' +a .. GEORGE CHAPMAN, AMM3c, I king from England to his country so that a planned

The one subject of conversationon THE SUPREME COURT has Barker, N. Y. be circumvented. They succeed in their mission but not
the tip of everyone's tongue is "No. I think we should have an I hair raising events develop. 130017001930.
agreed to take a look at the Var- international committee which
"Will I get enough leave over FRIDAY
ga girl and other "Esquire" mag-
the sole of the
would have use ,
Christmas to get home ? Knowing azine features. The Court will
bomb more-or- "BEDSIDE MANNER" with Ruth Hussey and John
as a police weapon
how much the holiday means to rule on a two-year argument attractive doctor who
less I young woman plans to do a
service personnel, the officers in whether or not the Post Office MARJORY E. KENNEDY Sic, large hospital, goes to visit her uncle in a small industrial! ia
charge are doing everything within department s can revoke Es- Boston, Mass."Positively. I' also a doctor and Is very anxious to keep her as his he
? their power to see that as many quire's second-class mailing per- not! If the enemy devises ways and means to hold her there. He instigates
leaves as possible are granted But mit on the basis that it isn't "In- should get hold of anything along I between her and a young factory worker, who has a fear
'. regardless of how much you wantto formation of a public character." these lines, and if we should have i by the time she cures him, she has fallen in love and has
home there will still be
who go some another war, it would not be to of the town people 1700-1930. (No 1300 show)
will not be fortunate enoughto
get the time off. But don't be our advantage to givethem so SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

too( disheartened about having to it powerful a secret" They would use "YOLANDA AND THE THIEF" with Fred Astaire

i spend the holidays here on the LEON against LOLLAR us. PFC, Gadsden, Ball. A technicolor musical backgrounded against an
i base. Latin-American country. Sun 1430-1700-1930. Sat. ().

The Welfare Department has big Ala."No, definitely not! It stands to MONDAY

I, things planned to help celebratethe reason. The first thing you know, "DANGER SIGNAL" with Faye Emerson, Zachary
two holidays itt store but theyaren't we'd get it thrown right back at Scott implicated in the mysterious "suicide" of another a,
going to divulge their plansfor "
us. turns up at the house of Faye Emerson looking for a is
a while yet. It will be just like DALE OVERSTREET, Sic, Milwaukee I taken in but in turn takes everyone in the household, ,
the days when you believed in San
ta "' Wis. her mother and her sister. Scott is a thorough heel, (
Claus 11 really be surprised
when do become "No. After winning the war with to Faye and turning to her sister when he learns that she
they ( public QUESTIONSAnswers the atom bomb, we should maintain : a large fortune, when she marries. Faye learns of his
But meanwhile, get a little on our victory by keeping it to I plans to kill him. 1300-1700-1930.
the ball and get your shopping done i ourselves. It was the deciding fac- ,
and those gifts and cards mailed I' ( on Page 7)) tor that brought about the successful TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY
home( to your family} and friends. I 1, Boulder Dam and Grand Cou- closing of the war" "VACATION FROM MARRIAGE" with Robert a
Remember that it isn't the size of lee are two famous dams holding CLARE ZAIDEL, AMM3c, Detroit meek City clerk, enlists in the Navy and, to( his disgust, :
the gift or the amount of money back the waters of two great riv? Mich. uninteresting wife joins the Wrens. For nearly five
you( spend for itthe thing that I ers of western America. Name the 'Chances are that they, our ene-I parted and she realizes that they will never be able to
counts is the thought behind the rivers. mies will discover the secret event dull pre-war existence, though she feels her boorish ,
present and the fact that you did 2. :Motion In the body is brought ually, so we might as well give it Donat has the same feeling and each dread the re-union. -
remember.The about by the action of the muscles. to them now." 1930. (No 1300 show Wednesday

various ship's services are Are there 93, 176 or more than J. P. KALLIGOS, AM2c, Montgomery
cooperating( to the best of their I 300 different muscles in the body? Ala' STUDENT OFFICERS
ability to provide many varied and 3. Gladys Smith began her motion I "I think we should Keep it to
interesting' items for purchase. Incase I!I picture career in 1913 and ourselves until we see how things THURSDAY
you're all thumbs when it I' rose to great popularity in such I turn out at the end of the next "WHAT NEXT CORPORAL HARGROVE." with .
comes to wrapping packages, just! roles a Little Lord Fauntleroy, i two or three years. An international (NO SATURDAY SIIO\V)
take your gift to the lobby of the I and Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. committee could decide at the SUN'D\Y 930.'I"
mil Inside theatre and it will be : Who is she? I end of this time if the world could "BEDSIDE MANNER" with Ruth Hussey and John

done up in fancy paper and rib I 4. Sitting Bull, Red Ctjnud' Raln- be trusted" with so powerful a se- MONDAY AND TUESDAY
bon for you. Remember, also, to Include ift-the-Face, and Crazy Horse were I cret. "YOLANDA AND THE THIEF" with Fred Astaire
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on the presents and lettersa leaders of a famous Indian tribe in first BalL
Aristophanes presented in the
few Christmas Seals that you a revolt against the United states. I year 411 B.C. in which the women N'EUNESU.Y"DANGER
csn purchase in the lobby of the (a) What was the name of the I of Athens boycott their husbands SIGNAL" with Faye Em ,'son.
Mainside Ship's Service seals tribe? (b) Who led the U. S. forcesin
to end a ? for brief sketches.
war (See Mainside Program )
Surchased" to help the tight against
the battle against them? (b) Macadam roads are named
tuberculosis.1'un 5. The "Old Lady of Threadneedle for their inventor( a man named OTHER EVENTS
on Sunday Street" observed an anniver- John McAdam*
In case you've got a Sunday! sary this year. (la) Is she 100( 150, 7. Who was Lydia Lihuokalani? nOXINGFor information regarding workouts call ,
coming up soon with nothing special -' 200, or 250 years old? (b) What is Did she compose the famous AlohaOe extension 593 or report to( Mainside Mat after 1500.
to do, we've a suggestion to I her correct name ? (Farewell to Thee) ? SWUJ\UNOIndor: ( swimming pool, recreational -
make that you will find most interesting I 6. True or false: 8. In law what is a writ of man- 1300 and 1800-2100 week days. Saturday 1200-2100, and -
besides a lot of fun. is damus
(a) Lyslstrata a comedy by
Green Cove Springs is rapidly 9. Name the of Estonia.
-- ------- --- -- -- capital MUSICMusicians interested in playing in the
becoming the largest fleet anchor the gals whenever they need it; to 10. One of the most magnificent Band call Ext. 498. Saxophone, trumpet, trombone, base .
age in this country's history, with offer their advice and guidance on military efforts in the history of Instruments furnished.BOWLINGSix .
plans being executed to accommodate both military and personal problems the United States occurred on the
located in Mainside
7V Naval vessels Inasmuchas last day of the Battle of Gettysburg alleys
life aboard any ship has always I War I. Over! when a division of Confed- No. 3. Alleys are open from 1000 to 2100 Monday through
proved a deep mystery to many civilians -, We know for sure that the( war erates attacked the Union forces 1200 to 2100 on Sunday. Instruction available by

and state-side sailors is over! A male yeoman was recently j on Cemetery Hill, gaining their objective GOLF_Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday
.(WAVES included), the Navy has I assigned to an office at 1 with heavy loss only to be and 0800 to :7030 on Sunday. Golf clubs and balls are
made available tours of the various NAS, replacing a WAVE yeoman 'II driven out again. By what name is1I House. Free instruction to Naval personnel by
ships each Sunday afternoon. who was discharged! I I'I this attack referred to? I tension 8157. Bathing trunks prohibited on golf course.

Between the hours of one and I -- ANCHORAGE_Open daily to enlisted personnel (
five, there are regular trips made SHE'S A FRONTIER Cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2130. Located 1l
from the City Pier at Green Cove Ft e ld.
to either DE's or LST's for all per I TEXNIS_.Racquets and balls are available at the -
sons who would like to go aboard. Ing Building No. 726 and equipment rooms at Building .
Once you get on board, you're the Mat Area (corner of Mustin and Yorktown Roads).

''' shown over the entire ship and I RECEPTION: CENTEUThe Reception Center,
( various technical questions are answered wing of building No. !955, is open to N.A.S. personnel and
) WJ. by a member of the ship's N. u">.'> ,;"......,:>; ; I from 1000 to 2200 dally.
complement. The DE's and LST'sare ; '
tied up in pairs_ _called brother E'\ '.' I BOATING for information.AND SAILlNGCall extension 623 Yard !-
and sister ships with one being ,
painted a darker ('(.hl' thin the t Unn.-\RY.Located on second Teek of Mainside .
other. < ing No. 3. Openfrom 0800 to 2100 Monday through

So take a hint, all you land- I': : GAL"f 1200 to 2100 on Sunday.I'ISIIINUFresh .
bound sailors You'll find plenty to : ;: water casting rods, salt water and
keep your Interest for( the after Mi". : hand lines available in the Welfare Office, Building No.( 3.
noon and will notice the time pass r#':: \'OLU\' BADMINTON' TOUCH I"OOT .\ .
ing all too quickly to suit you. ; sonnel previously scheduled! sports in the Auditorium
HaxkHltall StartsDecember ''' : to meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for .
15th will officially,
ATIIKLKTIC Gn.\RAvailable in issue
open the WAVES basketball .r" lower deck. gear room,. 3,
Bon for the varsity team. The t-

of N being competition groomed and to should enter all aea'i (t : ;''. WAVES WEEKLY PROGRAM ,

do all light for Itself by the end' THURSDAY
of the ..eaoon.fore:! nbout them in :
ti'' near futures I <' 1700-Conditioning classShuffleboard court
'all :Meeting 1715 Hockey practice-WAVES athletic field. I l'
. I AV
"Something new' has been' add 1800-Hamburger ry-Cokes'' WAVES picnic area; .
ed" to the WAVES schedule of FRIDAY

events in the form of barracks 1 r Malnslde Dance, Auditorium, 2030-2300.' ;. i
meetings to be held every so'often I .
h in the various WAVES quarters SUNRAY
Not only are they for the purpose 1300-Pop Concert-WAVES club, Bldg 612-Guest '
of dealing up any questions with I MOM\Y .
regard to station policies that may
1' 4.J ( 1700Conditloningc1as.i Shuffleboard
apply to WAVES, but they passon wit S court.
the word with regard to welfare 1715 Hockey Practice WAVES athletic field.
and recreation. Under the guidanceof 1900-Movie--"LADY OF BURLESQUE" with Barbara .

Lieut. Elizabeth Tribble the TUKSDVY t ,
Administrator, and Lieut
WAVE Conditioning class at,1700. H l \
(jg) Eth, ,l V. Upson, assistant the WEDNESDAY
i II
i t
WAVE Admlnistration Office ,\\a >'
endeavoring to bring!\ Into closer .V-'If ......w ....., JA'el:: -Conditioning lass, -Shufflehoard court.
contact the b'ffce'Aitd all personriel' 1800Blngo- Prizes Grand Prize WAVES, Club, .
under its jurisdiction not just to i REMEMBER! YVONNE UFo CARLO as "Salome" (and'who( Guest Invited. Come win a prize.
enforce the rules and regulations, doesn't?) Here's a new portrait of the star who will be seen next Special to all WAVES and Sailors, Model sketching .
but to extend a helping hand to in the Technicolor film "Frontier Gal. oix-ning 'on Tutwda and Thursdays, 1930-2100.: Building,


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that's how the They're the NAS Fliersone of the best service teams in the land. Many #
I TWO FROM 11 LEAVES NINEand many games next .1
husky grid squad pictured above won in the season just concluded. of the gridders will be romping on college gridirons_ come season.

I 28-Game Basketball Schedule Opens With Maine Opponent I

Fliers- End Big- Year Posf-Secrson- I Game Is 2000 WednesdayAnd

Game Is Oil Fliers To Be ReadyBasketball

Tentative plans for a postseason will take over here next week when a promising

By Thumping Goslings game for the NAS Fliers NAS cage squad plunges into an ambitious 28-game
I have fallen through because of of the nation's top-flight service
the inability to obtain a suitable schedule that includes many
Ly RALPH WARNER, Sp.X)3c) opponent, it was announced ,
The Naval Air Station gridiron Fliers, rated among the here Monday Four strong serv- teams.The opener is slated next Wednesday night against the

best college and service teams in the nation, completed a ice teams were contacted, but invading Maine Maritime Academy five of Castine, Maine. All

highly successful season of nine victories against two defeats able for vairous to accept reasons the invite, none were home tilts will be played at the Auditorium, starting at 2000.

last Saturday when they crushed the Pensacola Navy Gos- .--- -- Prospects for the season are re
48 to 0 at the Jax Municipal Stadium. "pretty fair" by Lt
lings, garded as Tennis Team
___. _" ._ "-._ who succeeds:
it was the identical score rJY Sterling Geesman,
which the Fliers whipped the Pen r SportsProgram Lt Sax Elliot as coach of the Fli
Sams Downs sacola eleven in the first meeting ers. Geesman, coach of the Mu To Be BusyThe
at the West Florida city, and i it I I nicipal No. 1 quintet last season, '
Vero BeachBehind gave the local gridders a total of: has been sending his bulky squad fast NAS tennis team which
354 points to 61 for the opposition: through daily workouts and expects I has won eight matches againsttwo
the sensational hurlin in the 11 games played this year ADMIRAL'S CUP to have his team ready club. to losses, will be kept plenty busy

of W. H. (Sambo) Sams, the red A toal of 78,000 fans-mostly SFTS PROGRAM Standing roll against the Maritime for the seven days with a quartetof
hot NAS softball team won t.he sailorswitnessed the spectacular Team W L Highlights of the schedule are matches slated against top net
undisputed NAATC championshi; brand of play put out by MrATU 2 1 t 1 four da..heslth l't n-acola, combines.
a week ago yesterday in a title] Coach Jim Tatum's star packed NATTC AFIS 1 2 Navy and home and home gameswith Today, the netters meet the
playoff with Vero Beach NA! Flier eleven In the six home Corpus Christi Navy, Par- Welch Army Hospital team there
and the road, the NAS rls bland, Memphis NATTC, Or-
there. games, on WtdFrl L .tu. and tomorrow they engage the
The Flier ten, which has beate: team packed every stadium it Team W L lando Army, Cherry Point and Miami NTC courtmen away. Two
everything in sight all season, de played in except Miami's spacious Ordnance & Gunnery 2 0 other highly rated outfits. 1-lor- tentative matches carded next
feated Vero Beach, twice by identical Orange Bonl. POW Dlgpeniary Guard 1 1 1 1 Ida Is the only college tram on I week will bring Maxwell Field to
scores of 1 to 0. Vero Bead: The Don Faurot-stylized -formation VM 1 1Boathou. the blate. NAS on Monday and Pensacola
was the champion in the NAATC ably employed by Coach .. 1 1COMMANDANT'S Among the players who have Navy here next Wednesday. :'
Southern Sector, while the shown to advantage to date arethree
League, Tatum, the Fliers the latest
gave with the
is the duel
both halves in the< CUP members of last year's fast The
local team won
thing in gridiron attack, and their outfit which is
Northern Sector and then came out offensive Tufi-Thari LeafatTeam club, and several newcomers who crack Pensacola ,
flashy, quick-breaking oneIf
hel W L ball. directed by Bruce Varnes,
the college
when league have played
on top again thrills galore for -
provided appreciative 2 0
the greats
a post-season "third" half. spectators. MF 2 0 Back from the 191441m! are
Sams, who is rated one of the Supply 2 0 little Joe Trosper and y De- tennis.
best Softball hurlers in the country Speed, spirit, deception, tremen AHS 1 1 Mars, both of whom played great The locals will be given only) an
pulled an iron man trick, and dous line play and abundant re A Alrcrewmen A R 0 1 1 1T4 ball last season, and Leonard Ser- outside chance against Pensacola.
did Just about all that could b< serve strength enabled the NAS 0 2 fustinl, a member of the squad which topped NAS, 9) mashes to
expected by blanking the South eleven to compile its enviable record Main Galley 0 2 Trosper previously played at Ok- 0, there last week. Barnes, a lieutenantcommander -
Florida club in both contests.He With the pressure mountingIn lahoma City College, DeMars at paced his duo
gave up only one hit while every game, the Fliers tore :SCORING LEADERS New Utrecht High in New York, in this engagemnt, taking the No.
fanning 14 batters in the first through the first seven tilts undefeated Admiral1 Cup-Majrfn. MFATU 24.<<: and Serfustini at Sampson Navy. 1 singles from Lt. Comdr. Jack
I and untied. MrATU 18, rarbo, AHS U Team
game, and came right back to toss Ruyle coring-MFATU 74j<< AHS 65jJUATTC Shining lights among the new Behr, 6-3, 6-1, and teaming with '"
a three-hitter in the deciding con The team romped over Miami 49. arrivals are Ned Staitz, a sharp- Comdr. Hundt to defeat Behr andC. I'
test. Sams was aided by the excellent Navy, 35 to 6, and Cherry Point, Wed-Frl League-Moyer, 0.A G 18: Kep- shooter who played at Akron U., D. Nelson in the No. 1 doubles,
fielding of DeMars, Trospei 26 to 0, in Its first two games 54 hurt, ,Bonthouse Boathouse 45 IS., Team Dupcniary.coring S3-,O POW& O Ward Sheffe of Brown, Harry 6-2, 6-2.
and Cox. here, and then amazed its sup- Guards 82, VM 25. Platt of Florida and Northwestern, Results of other NASPensacolamatches
The Fliers' tally in the first porters by trouncing the fast Tuea-Thur League-Houie, A & R It Vince Gorguze of Michigan and follow:

game in the third inning on a dar Corpus Christi Navy eleven, 35 Team& R 49 worlng, T4 44 Supply, AHS 63 87,, MFATU VPB 25.It Main, A Gene Byrd of Tonkawa Junior Col- G. Amsden defeated Nelson, 6-4, t..
ing double steal with Trosper com- to 7.Next. Galley 21, AIrcre\fmen 20. lege in Oklahoma and Norman 3-6 6-2. "
home from third. came a gruelling encounterat Navy. .,
ing The second game was 0-0 going Ft. Pierce, with the Fliers coming Other players who have caughtthe S. L. Lewis defeated J. G. Spottc- ...,
into the seventh and final inning out on top over the Navy Am- Golf Team To eye of Coach Geesman are Archer wood, 6-0, 6-2. /',
Sams led off with a walk, went to phibs, 13 to 6. A return game with Chitty, McDonald and Rus R. Kirsch defeated J, Burns, 6-1, "
second on Allred's sacrifice and Miami Navy there wound up 61 Play At MiamiThe sell. With the end of the football 61. .
scored on Small's sharp single. The to 0. Then a revenge seeking Ft. season several gridders are expected W. Kaneb defeaed Fred Miller, r
Fliers made three hits in each tilt Pierce team visited Jax only to be NAS golf team added an- to report Including two 6-1, 6-3. '
Manager of the Flier ten is All, battered, 35 to 7. The following other victim to its list last week members of last year's team, Red S. R. Riley defeated A Berk, 6-2,
Anderson former Pittsburgh Pirate -' week the Fliers hopped up to Ft. with a convincing 11 to 4 triumphover OQulnn and Tommy Bishop and 6-1.
shortstop who starred for the Benning and came through with the Pensacola Navy aggregation also Ken Moyer, a clever performer Amsden and Kirsch defeated F.
NAS nine last Summer. flying colors with a 33 to 7 romp in a match played there. from Allentown High in Penn- Floyd and Miller, 6-2, 9-7.)
J. over the Doughboys.That The local team is scheduled to sylvania. Lewis and Kaneb defeated Burns

was the end of the amazingseven meet the Miami NAS team there Geesman, who expects his and A Stanek,.6-1. ., 6-2.
Golf Course Is game string and on 10 Nov. tomorrow and will entertain the'ensacola starting; team to average sirfeet
in Corpus Christi, the Fliers bit pitch and putters in a In height, will use the pop- Grid
Ready For PlayThe the dust, 14 to 13, as the deter- return match here next Wednes- ular fast break and man-for-man Team ;
mined Texas Navy eleven capital- day. i defense. An for the positions! ,
sporty nine-hole station golf ized on the breaks to avenge its Four of five NAS twosomes won I "we'll have five forwards on offense Given DinnerThe
course was officially reopened loss in the first meeting. over their Pensacola opponents to and five guard' on defense -
Monday after being put in top Coach Tatum's club came backto I record the 11 to 4 decision. The I ," he stated. NAS gridiron Fliers, who
shape for the winter sea \ and trim 1'ensacola Navy there, meet was scored on a three point In recent practice sessions,I recently completed an outstanding
station I' based match play. Continued reason with nine triumphs in 11
now is open daily to all 48 to 0, but then suffered its system on on Page Seven dinner
-------- --- -- --- --- -------1 games, were honored at a
personneLA first defeat at home and Its sec-
foursome composed of Captain to Ft. Den dance held Monday night in the
ond of the season Touch Football Team BolsteredBy
Ward, Captain McDonald,,, ning, 14 to 7. Again the Fliers Roof Garden of the MayflowerHotel.
Comdr. Gentner and Al Smith inspected their opponents but All
the course and played the couldn't outplayed muster enough scoring Varsity Men; Leading LeagueVictorious Watches were presented to every -
In man on the squad, and Victory
first round Monday morning. to win. The finale
afternoon an exhibition match strength in two of its first --- --- Bonds were given to 41 of the grid-
the Pensacola was a duplication -
against find little to cheer
was played before a good sized of the first game, ending three games, the NAS touch foot- With Elder and about.Fisher in the tiers for outstanding play. were
Among guests present
gallery. 48 to 0. ball team Is reposing at the top of
starring roles the
club has whoIs
in the exhibition Somdr. William (Killer) Kane,
Taking part Johnson, Hyde The scores against the Goslingswere the NAATC League and the defeated Mayport, 7 to 0, and St. in charge of the physical training ,
round were Henry Jack Harvey, station made by Halfback Vic worst is yet to come for the other Simons, 14 to 6, while losing to program for Naval Aviation, ..
Park Smith pro; E. Stewart, and Bob Schwall, Quarterbacks Art Gueppe, teams in the loop. Lake City, 0-14. The nine-man and Comdr. J. E. Daug rt.y.
pro; NATTC Red Harrison and Joe Benka, Fullback With the conclusion of the regu- team is elated to meet Lee Field The principal speaker was Rear .,
Reynolds, pro. Frantz, and Guard Bill here several members there
closed for three Dick lar grid season today. Admiral Ralph Davison, Chief of
The course, Schwall tallied twice, on a of the NAS varsity eleven are the ",
while being reconstructednow Jones. Among varsity gridders who NAATC, who' bestowed. the traditional ,I-
weeks totals 3,100 yards and la considered 22 yard dash through the middle expected to join Coach Barney are expected to Join the touch Navy accolade of "Well
one of the best nine-hole and a 55 ,yard run after Intercept- :UcGarry's touch team some- team are Joe Brown, Bobby tone" upon Coach Jim/ Tatum and, "
Sevenr that other league teams will Forbes and others. '
layout in this sector..5 Continued AD Page thing his players:

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< Bulletins J8JO Monday* mutt be submitted prior to

f1f jl ,: 'tt4 FOIL SALE
Large wine colored lounge chair,
springs. in chair and cushion, perfect,
9a condition. Mrs W, E. Crum, 4612
:( Klverdale Rd. 2-4058.

,I Household furnishings; -chest ot draw-
ers, $12; new kitchen table, $7, desk,
S5; radio table $8, couch, $1;);' new
xr a iIpt iii ironing board $3; new baby bed and
X + i Kantpak mattress, $JO Simmons. 4650
Ulmer Ave. 2-5J14.

Hawaiian guitar, $25; sewing machine -
$2:), baby baslnette, $6. F, T.
Williams, 1361 Cumberland Rd.
Man t bicycle, pre-war, good condition -
e.b $25. 1147 Cumberland Rd.

'41 Plymouth black convertible, 23.000
miles original white sidewall tires,
radio and heater Lt. A. W. Drew, 20
Oak Circle, Orange Park, four mile
south of NAS or leave name and number 4'i ,
at 454 Aerology, Q .

Girl's winter coats. one size 8 and
one 10. One misses coat, size 11. 132113

'- Randolph MAb___ *
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NAS QUARTERBACK CLAIDE (RED) HARRISON picks i up Bedroom furniture maple double .

. f. yardage in Saturday's clash with Pensacola Navy, which the Fliers bed springs and mattress, dressing
table and bench, chest of drawers, $95;
won, 48 to 0. Harrison headed off tackle after faking the ball to Hollywood bed and mattreai, $85, also CRAFTSWOMEN

.' Pobby Forbes (white jersey No. 78)). Blocking out a Pensacola line chlniz-coverea bedroom chair, $6. 273 -
man at left is Fullback Dick Frantz, Cherrywood Kd, Klverdale Gardens, or
phone Lt. U. K.,Clark, Ext. 313. THE CRAFT SHOP is a busy 'f'
Clean cozy Vagabond house trailer, place as WAVES try their handat a la
Fliers Basketball sleeps 4, excellent condition, metal top; turning out handiwork-and '
; :, >a. mile from station north, Section :l4. especially now as many are making .
Yukon Trailer :button.: Edward J. I
S Continued From Page Six Continued From Page: Six Lasaior. Christmas presents there ,

s Geesman has had the squad work Shown at work are (top, left to
ing a Pensacola pass. Jones gathered ing on ball handling and setting up One complete set double "O" gauge light) Cleo Stubbs, SpS)3c. Led-

in his score on an interception an offense, in addition to general scale condition model, 2-5t23.electric train, excellent yard la t Winifred lone, Sp

and a 35-yard jaunt. conditioning work. (S)3c Lou vine. N Y.; Phyllis!

Fullback Charley Timmons ,a In addition to a 12 to 15 man Complete household furnishings for Poole, SpSlc( Greensburg Pa. : I
superb place kicker, booted six extra there also will be B 13 room house Ilvingroom Includes sofa Teddle .
varsity, a bed, lounge chair, occasional chair, Jackson SpS)2c, Belle-
points in that many tries. The squad which will represnt NAS in lamps, and tables, throw-rugs. radio wood, Pa (At right) Shipper I

seventh kick, attempted by Johnny the NAATC Inter-station League. and miscellaneous pieces; bedroom- Edge, Sic, Council Bluffs, lat .,

Young, was blocked. Lt Lloyd Lux, who is assisting double, throw-rugs bed, chest', dressing kitchen-table table, ,mirrors 4- buffing wheel, and Phyllis ; sYF f S

One of the features of the game Geesman with the varsity, will chairs, corner cupboard, stepstool, ironing _.,Poole at the Jig saw.Ingenious.
was three pass interceptions by reserve coach the B team Lux formerlywas board and dishes 14JUU Child bt,
center Ken Moyer, a feat ac head mentor at West Chester NAS, or EAt. &U4: Mrs. Caputo.

complished by Center John Ha- Teachers College in Pennsylvania. Kayak; canoe, never used, with Old
pacz in two previous games. It Is also planned that when Town paddle, $25. Man g bike, rebuilt,
Virtually every man on the schedules can be arranged to coincide $18. Lt. J. M. Hart, Jr., ext. 531. I t

NAS squad saw action in the
the NAS Waves team will Furniture: bedroom suit e-bed,

finale. play a preliminary game to Flier spring, mattress, vanity with bench
Stars on the NAS squad are al home tilts. and cnest of drawers, dinette set-tabl [ Waves
a most too numerous to list First and 4 chairs, studio couch: 1 occasional Produce
> The extensive NAS schedule fol-
chair, 3 linoleums, $140 or will sell each
there was Halfback Chock Inn- lows: i item separately 1163 Cumberland Kd.

singer, a sensational speed runner 12 Dec. Maritime Academy, here. after 7 p.m. j Novelties At Craft
who topped the scoring parade 1 Shop
15 Dec, Welch Army Hospital of I '39 Packard convertible sedan, prewar '
with nine touchdowns. Three for. Daytona Beach, here, U. S. Royal tires, selling at a great One place here at NAS Jacksonville that's
mer pros led the charge of the fe 18 Dec., Camp Blanding, there. sacrifice owner to be separated H. W. gaining in
Ryan, BOQ Bldg 800, Rm 162. popularity during these days of increased leisure
rocious NAS forwards, cepter and I 19 Dec., St. Johns Reserve Fleetof time is the

team captain Walt Dubzinski; Tackle Green Cove Springs, here. '41 Ford convertible, exceptionallyclean WAVES' Craft Shop, located in Bldg. 720.
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Chicago Bear and tires, will trade for' n u
Ray Bray, a 21 Dec., Camp Blanding, here. good Sponsored by WAVES.:: Welfare,
"great;" and Playing Coach Bart 27 Dec., Barksdale Army, here. 8334.older car and cash difference. Ext the Craft Shop was opened the I pensive if purchased in regular ref -

ney McGarry, a fast, cagey guard. I 3 Jan., Florida, here. week following the celebration o tail stores. Materials are procured

Among the other standouts up 5 Jan., Corpus Christi, there. Llvlngroom bedroom and kitchen the station's fifth anniversary and by the Welfare Department, items
front were Guard Bill Jones and urnltuie Will sell by piece 01 to suit such as plexi-glass from
: 8 Jan., Parris Island, there. buyer. Can be seen anytime at 131'iB was a huge success from the moment salvage,
End Tommy Bishop. I 11 Jan., Florida, there. Randolph St., NAS it threw open its doors. others are purchased.

Such names as Bobby Hanlon, 12 Jan., Memphis NATTC, here Here the gals can go to work, From the versatile plexl-glass,
Vic Schwall, Gueppe, Rapacz, Dick Barksdale there Bedroom suite with spring and mattress little ingenuity used
Jan. extensively
16 Army, double bed, vanity, bench, chestof and with a little effort, a during the war on
Frantz, Wade Walker Bill Kirk. 18 Jan., Orlando AAB, here. drawers, single bed, spring mattress: and a lot of patience produce aircraft as transparent blisters,

Patrick, Warren Giese, Joe Brown, i 23 Jan., Cherry Point, there. Windsor rocking chair; dinette suite of scores of useful, ornamental cockpit canopies, and the like, the
and Otis Douglas will long be remembered 25 Jan., St. Johns Reserve Fleet table and 2 chairs, two folding yard articles which would be pretty ex- girls fashion trays, bracelets and
chairs Lt. Russell Perry, Eat 201
local fans. Also
by there. other Jewelry, cigarette boxes
2-0220: or 2825: West Lakeshore. ,
Newt Trotter, Bobby Forbes, Harrison 28 Jan., Camp LeJeune there. Inlty), on or about Dec. 21. Will plates, and dressing-table doodads.

Timmons, Truman Wright, 30 Jan., Memphis NATTC, there Baby buggy, practically new, cheap share, Ext.expenses.328. Call :MIss Dona Letter They make leather belts and wallets -
442B:! Chllds NAS
Russell Peck, John Allsup, Buddy 1 Feb., Pensacola Navy, here. metal watch bands and brace-

Mulligan, Red O'Quinn, Phil Cen- 2 Feb., Pensacola, here. Complete porch furniture bedroomset 1 or 2 Navy couples to hare home. lets, and wood carving. They cut

tola, Frank Kane, and other unsung 5 Feb., Welch, there. and dlnlngroom set. L. W. Lanzen, MI'I.Manor Boggs Tel, 2-1512 4168 Shirley A\e, Fairfax linoleum blocks for stamping
Lt. (Jg), 4814 Dundee Rd. ,
reserves without whom the 8 Feb., Maritime Academy, here Christmas cards and other things,

)' Fliers would have been Just another 9 Feb., Camp LeJeune, here. '37 Plymouth tudor .sedan 2 new tires 2 or 3 bedroom house unfurnished. string shell necklaces, and gener-

,;: ball club. 11 Feb., Cherry Point, here. and 2 new recaps, radio and heater, Comdr. E. E. Clarrldge. Ext. 669. ally have a good time while creating
;r Also coming in for a full share new paint Job. C. W. Teadt, BMlc, useful
Pensacola there. will share colorful
Omaha and
15 Feb., Brks 901, Ext. 8352, can be reached at Ride I to expenses novel
4 of the plaudits is the experienced 16 Feb., Pensacola there any hour of day. and help I drive. Gottula, Ext 8902. items.

::-I. well rounded coaching staff. As- 19 Feb., Orlando, there. luii,1ner'IPrln Ride to Phlla, Mill share expenses or The shop is equipped with all
1 bedroom mat.
i eisting Tatum were George Bar- 22 Feb., Corpus Christi, here. tress 2 piece Ilvingroom set 1 bed!: and drive car, Dec. 14 or 15. B111 Kay, Ext sorts of equipment and tools including -

.'tt clay, E. G. Van Bibber (recently 26 Feb., Parris Island, here. mattress, chest of drawers 1 breakfast a jig-saw, power emery

returned to civilian status), Douglas I Two games also have been tentatively table and 3 chairs, 1 bookcase and 1 325.To rent a small house or apartment, wheel and buffer, dutch oven, vi-
'S Guepe and McGarry. with West NAS. Lawnmower Hoffman, Ext. 8181 or
set Key 4661.. furnished or unfurnished. Accessibleto bro-tools, and many others.
The llneupi NAS, permanent orders no childrenor
Petition; Shop hours are from 1200 to
TiN-tACOLA Nl.AS 4 pets. Lt. Comdr Waller, 20528.
rooms of furniture Lt. H. Bloutn
Owens' LF ,P,1'lfop i 4629 Ulmer Ave., Tlmaquana. 2130 on week days and Sunday,
Arlln LT MrCnrryHlnto SecNavContinued Nice apartment or small house furnished and from 1000 to 2130 on Satur-
Thornton LG on or near NAS road, no pets
I' RnpHCi See-saw merry-go-round; tennis racket or children. Lt Ug) S. C. Allison, days. Four instructors, with at
Allen KG B.Trotter Jones from Page One amps, dog, and-bed miscellaneous, garden tools articles., chairs Will i! Bldg. GOO Ext. 336 least one present at all times,
\ heehan Manning Kb I! Gi..le central research agency, and (B) sell cheap. 4744.Boxwood Rd., 2-3089 good mechanical provide capable, expert instruc-
) Low-priced m
_"I Wood U 1\ Harrison a central intelligence agency, bothto after 5pmPontlac condition I Lt lejr( : S. C Allison tion so that even the most unhan-

Relchert KH\\M $hwall Forbes serve all departments of the coupe, clean and new Ures, Bldg. 600 Ext. 336. dy girl can turn out a fairly neat
tollopy tU Fr nti government. 225. Elliott, Brks 9o'f, Ext. 365. FOR HrNT; looking piece of work. The Instruc-

Seor. by periods! : "((4) A permanent National Re- 6-room unfurnished house. will be tors are Betty Murphy, Sic; Lou
Pensaeoltt .... . 0 0 0 0- 0 sources Board should be established .tteSI table i 4 chairs, hassocks endtables. available Dec. 22. Mrs. E. W. Browning ise Rossi, Sic; Sally Housel, Sic;
Jackiionvllle ........ ..21 I 21 0-48 make decisions rocker studio j couch, 2920 Spencer St., Tel. 7-5825. and Phyllis Poole
to policy 4829 Dundee SpSlc.
Jacksonville scorings Touchdowns, Rd., 2-3812! 8-room apartment. Apply (14 Goodwin St.
Kchwall 2. Harrison B. Jones Guepe. with regard to the mobilization of The response to the Craft Shop
Grants, Benka: points after touchdown, material resources, productive ca- Set of CPO blues worn only twice, FOUND has been so great that it will be
Timmons ( <( pacity, manpower. perma-
station L. E. McCain 3532A
lllng ,
nent .Military Munitions Board (a '41 Dodge truck excellent condition, Craven gas St., Dewey Park. 716 next week to accommodate the
I to the Na- far below ceiling price, $550. Can be many girls who wish to take advantage
joint agency) reporting
Need Swimmers 1204
seen at Forest St., during day,
tional Resources Board, will be responsible of the opportunities offered
White high-school girl will stay with
'. for the elimination of WANTED: youngsters. Friday and Saturday evenings .
,.\,: Try For TeamThe duplications in procurement and Two steady tides from NAS to Jar to earn Christmas money. 40c e
leach. It you can help us please letua
before 11:00: p.rn. and 75c after. Tel.
season is supply i know. Ben GabrioUen, shop 1012, -8803.
1945-46 swimming
nucleus of "((5) The Army Air Forces, with i A&R (Items for thti column mUll k. submitted -
11 now under way and a particular reference to their stra- to the Public Information. Offt e. Room T Here Are TheAnswers
Ride to and tram hours
NAS 7:454:45
veteran swimmers will represent a : -
functions should be autonomous 13M, Building 500 by 1200) onIonda.a! )
in tegic : 2852: College St., near Cherry.
combined NAS-NATTC team FOR. SALE Piper tub Airplane. Entire -
?+ meets with outside clubs. Whether that can be accomplished Miss Madison, Ext 432 ship In excellent ihape. lag hours
only by splitting the alnre major on Lycomlnf (S tnrme. Can
With leaves and discharges affecting A box camera 120 126 or 606 size be seen at Hart Airport Jacksonville-
the personnel of the team, War Department and establishing preferred. Notify Sheila A. Boutelle, Was asking 1170: make an offer. Lt. (Questions on Page 5))
breast stroke and long a separate department, is a matterfor Sic, Brkd 720, txt. J61. Edward I$hannon. 859 May St., Jar, 7-
more sprint, to decide. A single (754 or Fit 40H. \ PB-1.
Congress 1. The Colorado and the Colum-
distance swimmers are needed. 1 or 2 passengers to share expenses. ATTENTION MISlUANSi Bob Pick-
military department should not be driving to Los Angeles on or about bia, respectively.
Men that are interested are urged m. ARM Ie. Bki. t, plays steel guitar
.' forced upon the country to estab- Dec 15 or 16. Contact J. Schwartz, and want someone mho plays the pan- 2. More than 300.
at the
.!) to contact Lt. King lish autonomy for the Army Air Clothing & Small :Stores: Ext. 232. lab guitar to contact him. 3. Mary Pickford.
: swimming pool. Wanted Ride-Either two
one or
.iJ ways
.Jo' t, A schedule that will include college Forces. Ride from McDuft A\e, to HAS from vicinity .( 18th and Pearl Streets 4. (a) The Sioux (b) George
I and service teams now is be- "((6) The Navy must be con- hours 7:45-4:45. 8408, Mrs. Burk. to NATTC Poiloffict. Working hours Armstrong: Custer.
tinued integrated service NOD to 1800. Frank Anderson Lit.46J. 5. ) 250
ing arranged, it was announced. as an Ride from Grand Ave and Ortega toNAS (a years old. (b) The
Present members of the team andII' not only with its own air forces hours 7:45-4:45.: : Olin Condon, For Sale 1 Baby Bed, I Training! Chair Bank of England.
I Charles Berman (including such shore-based ele- I High Chain 2 All metal Lawn Chair.. 6. (a) True, (b) False.
their specialties are: ments are required for design, A Navy couple, no children to share Very reasonable. Contact M. M. Tanner 7. The last of
as reigning
breast stroke; R. C. Fleming, house Mrs. E. W Browning, 2920penicr Ext. 6H4 or at 3717A Riley Dewey queen
60-100 free style; Bruce Harlan, training, reconnaissance at sea and : St., Tel 7-5825. P"rk. the Hawaiian Islands. Yes ,and
backstroke anti-submarine warfare) but also "Ou'sALEl 'II Cher. Sport Coupe. Radio many other beautiful songs.
'I ; diving; J. D. Hopkins, ; with its Marine cbrps and related 3 or 4-room apartment, furnished or heater, spotlight, etc. new battery, 8. A writ directing that a par
T. W, Johnson, backstroke; James; unfurnl hl'd. Mary Stuart, Ext. 8356 good rubber. (])( or trade for later ear.nntact .
,, McNally, 220-yard free style; Wallace amphibious components. This requires ( J. C. l-ngh. Bka. 13, NATTC. ticular act be done.
"r free style; that the Navy DepOrtment Will give picmlum pike for clean\ 'OK' BALK- Kainltore for bedroom living 3. Tallinn. '
Ridgway, 220-yard continue to be represented In the '40 or '41 Chevrolet or '41 Plymouth. room and kitchen. Includes dishes, 10. ,Fickett'a Charge, After tb*
!t' : .1.. W. 'Rogers, 220-yard; free style; Lt Planner, Ext. 8276 cooking utensils, ete. Abo kav. ", an'a
4 and J; E Tocum 220-yard free Cabinet by a civilian secretary' P...-... bWytfe. 1110-B Barr Are., Dew- commander, MaJ. Gen. George 3loW .1
i ,
Chlc'-r; ..
I to the President Nfbl'uka1 ward Pickett.
'.. style. with direct access Ride to 'r Park.

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Civilian Employees' News DIVISIONELECTRIC 7 :f1

Addrni Communtoiitloni to EditorUI Office
51101'By I
Personnel l Rvlntioni Office, BMu 450( Box It Ruby MyerJ. ,
Telephone Extension 4SS
" I:. Jeffcoat, Sir, (713)) has '
The Civilian Employee New, a tw<-pa.e section of the Jut Air News U devoted lr
to reporting the newt of the Naval Air !button': Civilian Employees and just returned from 29 days' emergency *
It sponsored br the leave. His father has improved .
Lmplofeti* AttocUliun for Civil S.r lee Employees and was released from th, r

Ofrircri1'lorine hospital 9., few days ago.
Keneth )(. McDuffle,. PrenUmt. Philip D. Myeri, Treasurer Your reporter<; .Ruby Myern, announces
Gannawiy, Secretary t
her engagement to R. II. tr
Dlrertor. lllnson, AMSr. The wedding dateis r
Floilne Cannawa (Cen'l) )'rank n. McKinley (PW) :
William U. Klnca l. Gon'l) J, K, Ncttlo. (PW) De&mbfer 7th.
Mcll U. JackKin (IA & K) Kenneth M. McDiiffie (Supply) We have several' on the sick list t
Jowph V."an (IA & IU) Philip U. Myer. Supply) this week. They are: ((748) Dot n t }
Charles E. Held (A R) a. xA
Ilosch, ha Barr, Viola Konleunkl: L
and KP Iri New Reporting StaffAssembly ((712)) E.' I. Ross Mary Holland

Head Reporter.,.Eul. n. Wlllln ham Myron Jones, Irene Stephenson! and
Inspection Dopurtmenti lIf'nry'oltz Jessie Patterson
Head Reporter ...Helen M. Styron returned Tuesday from a businessleave.
Public Works Department .. .
Head Reporter .? M. Shanahan
Supply IVpartmentiHead Gertie Ollodiar, Sic received
Reporter .LeoU Jones word that her brother, Emit has

Just been discharged from the t

Army.It ;

CIVILIAN' OF THE WEEKVeteran 1 the Electric is with deepest Shop announced sympathy that the .' F.I .. I S

recent death of EH Waldrra'n. father -

Of Supply's Original Group I .
I I ...

Ply Barbara J. Flnley -
Arlington W. Bennett, Supervise i [
e #i1S PPLV t
it Stock Control Division in th r '-' I ..AL'i

Supply Department, reported t,< % 1JSSTRUMKNT: SHOP

NAS Jacksonville in October 1911 I i j5-ALLi> sI By Virginia FrunerVae

when the Supply Department con \ Ginnie Pellington, Elc, of'
t It
aisled of just twenty employees!I, I the Camera Department is a very I
I ;4 happy girl this week. Reason? T-S
who are often referred to as thi e / Lloyd Putnam, U. S. Army Engineer
"Original Group. -I, Corps, has just returned from
Mr. Bennett was born in Brunswick Ity Leola Joness two years' overseas service. Discharged

Maryland, but spent hi: | EXCITEMENT RAGED IN THE this week, he came down ,
school days In Rockville, Maryland 1 here from New Jersey to visit Gin, HERE IS ONE OF TilE "Count-em-up" gangs from the Inven-
where he attended Rockville Higr\ ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION lie and presented her with a beautiful I tory division. These employees inventory all material held in the

School. At Rockville he was activi z last week when Pearl Dugger re-I engagement ring. Congratulations numerous storehouses of this department. Taking inventory of class

in many school sports_-soccer be, ceived a long distance phone call 8\V Wright engine parts are: Sue Batles (seated left), Francis Sul

ing his favorite. While Mr. Bennetl ti, from her husband, who had just A marriage of interest recently I livan, P. %V. Etheredge T. O. Nettles, supervisor, M. T. Fulcher and

was on the soccer team, they wo/1 arrived in the States from over-i I was that of Robert Itelote, ex- Sadie Browning (seated right). _
chief of -- -- -- -- -
the Electric Departmentand ------- -- --- ----
seas duty. Pearl was so nervous Wan ,Bessie Galway, SK2c.: selected' to serve as hostess at the

that she forgot where the call I I We wish the happy pair good luck PLANT Officers Club downtown, sponsoredby

originated and didn't know where and happiness. the Chamber of Commerce.

he was Also expecting their 'I Ernest Robinson, AMMlc, popu- DIVISION Mr. O. E.' Mills, pipefitter, has
husbands home soon are ,Adele I larly known as 'Robbie" was dis- been transferred from 1481 to the
V Merchant and Barbara Black charged from the Navy this week. IJj 1). Dansby' i Naval Hospital. We hope he wilt

Isabel :Morrison! and Florence Calvin He was presented with a traveling The Plant Division has just recently I I like this new job.

are among the lucky girls who bag from his friends In the shop. taken over all the Tool .

I can boast of husbands home from. We will miss Robbie and his wonderful Rooms of the entire Assembly and I For weeks the Wave had saluteda
: overseas now personality. The best of luck Repair, and we welcome the new officer
young daily as she walk
I Glad to welcome Gt'orJ'eIur.-I I to you.! civilian employees. ed along the street. And for weekshe
Wan :\(
i i dock back to work from Military onl1Iathl'f" AMMI3c, Mist Olive H. Coinlno daughterof had returned her salute grinning -
; Furlough. George 1 Is an "Ole-Tlm- of the Electric Department has :Mr. and :Mrs. F Coniino becamethe broadly.
er" coming to work in this department !. returned from emergency leave.We're bride of Chief Frank .\. Zitp- what's his rank "
"Say, ?
that her anyway
glad;: sister, who
: back in 1910. He enlisted In pacosta! of Wilmington, Delaware she asked
a barracks-mate at lut."Can't .
was ill, has recovered.On .
the U S. Navy and was ordered on November 22nd. "
said her
say friend. "But
leave this week are:
to active duty in November 1912 Libhja Itoyelt, Engineering he's officer of the
at the
Emory Morris of the Optic Depart- I guard
Sarah Kuder is trying to set I
tle down to normal routine aftera ment, Ray Kennedy of the Elec- Draftsman, has just recently been bank where I cash my checks."

series tric Department and John Andrew aTechTraCem --
of social activites
I : ing the marriage of her H, our quarterman.Our .
WI'" DeWitt recent newlyweds, the 1\'ic l 'k-
Kiider to Dorothy preced-I
Sarah hams, Kay and Grace, were both
t was one of the
in the wedding and hear discharged this week.

-the Maryland-State- Championship, certainly did look lovely! Arthur Monarc, AMMISc of th/, ,
Gyron Room, leaves us this week.
a great honor to this small town. And while speaking of weddings I Sorry to see you go but here's our i

When he graduated from high might add: Peggy Leathers! became best wishes.

school, Mr. Bennett went Into the Mrs. l'elulIIard on' December -I Wave Margaret O. Kelly, AMM1: :
drug business, but it was not first in Sea Island Georgia 2e and :\1Ih1rl'd'II I AMMI;

long after this that he became Interested -! Alton! Talton i is an "ole So have received their discharges.,:: ._

in merchandising and married man" nowadays the Wave "Illondie" Kramer, AMM3r; Emma; Sue MrLeod '-
went to work for Woodward and I, lucky girl is the former Lillian of Pressure Department and Wave The Ily civilians at NATechTraCenhave pening every day and relief is asked -

Lothrop Department Store i in Thrower from North Carolina Louise Prlmm, Sic Inspector, also voiced their candid and hoped for
Washington as a buyer, a positionhe Ruth Howard, now Mrs. HoustonS. will be discharged this week. Happy 'I regarding the traffic congestion opinions at)I) Happy days are here again. Ev-

held for three years. Holt was honored with a sur- civilian days to all of you!! I 1630. There undoubtedly has been eryone seems to be smiling. Why

Accept Civil 1 Service Tout prise miscellaneous bridal shower Welcome to our shop, Tom Ma- more congestion than ever before The approaching holidays and the

1 In September 1929, Mr. Bt'nnt'ttd recently. The girls in Follow-Up bry, AOM2c, of Pressure De-part-I and it now takes many minutes arrangement made whereby vya
clded to jo Into Government Section were the sponsors and ment, Kldon Lee, AOMSo; of the more getting out of the gate and have four days through Christmas
after all the gifts were opened, refreshments Electric and three at New Year's
service and accepted a position as Department, Francis 1 many minutes more in arriving days to
clerk in the Supply Department at were served and enjoyed Sweet, AEMSc of the Electric Department home. There is a regular stream of really relax and enjoy ourselves.We .
by all present. and Frank Delrose A KM: I are grateful for this
the Naval Proving Ground Dahl- cars as far as the eye can see on plan and
gren, Virginia. The Naval Proving Issue Division celebrated two l C of the Instrument Shop. Also both lanes leading to town and it I feel sure that when we return to

Ground, which was established Thanksgiving Days this yearonthe with us is Harold Stheffer, .\COM is almost impossible to make any 1 lour desks and our tasks we will
22nd, they had the day off I tackle our work with and
during World War I, was engagedin Inspector progress whatsoever. There is a zest
the testing and calibrating of all'1 I with the rest of us and celebrated; The question of the week in the feeling among employees at this I zeal.

Naval guns. Here, Mr. Bennett was ; on the 29th, they had turkey andI Gyron Room is "who's Erma?" I Activity that this is unnecessary I I Many of us remember Russell A.I't'rt .

active in many important developments I;' all the trimmings 'n' stuff spread If you've seen her or know who and that some provision be made ;\ who was here in the service.
of the Supply Departmentand lout in the office durinF the lunch she is, let us know!! I to avoid all this congestion which I, He has recently become a civilian

had charge of various social hour (Yep, the turkey's ghost tI is nerve wracking after a hard I and is back again with us and this

and civic affairs.At I'i'I walked twice in that division!) day's work and also conducive to time as an Instructor at the Aviation -

the request of Comdr. T. Helen Holland reports a wonder ELECTRICAL accidents. Why not go back to the I II Fundamental School.

Earle Hipp, now Rear Admiral : ful trip to Kansas City recently.She old method and give everyone a I I, Mary Ix-e Kmlicott (better
Hipp he was ordered by the Navy ( admits however, that she DIVISION chance to get out of the base without .I I, known to her friends as "Endy")

Department! in October 1910 to re- prefers the Florid, sunshine) having to make atop after stop I 1 has been at this activity since Julyof
port to this Activity where his 11 Betty Stokes is back at work after RADIO Stella :$1101'By ; only to proceed a few feet and' 1912. Endy is in the Investigation

years of experience was needed in few days leave in Miami, Florida Rogers stop again. Even the Marines on office and mention should be
the organization of the Supply De I Clara !Speer' enjoyed two weeks Our deepest sympathy is extended guard seem to be baffled and are made of her loyalty and her hard
partment. His first position at vacation at home Kitty Allen to ,(U. A. Hentr, Supervisor in having quite a time attempting to I and steady work in connectionwith
I enjoyed few days in Daytona the Cable Shop, whose father died regulate traffic. Just a few days this .
NAS: was that of Supervisor in the busy office. Endy is always
Issue Division.As Beach, Florida, visiting her brother recently. ago one of the guards ordered the on the job and has become avery
I Zell Davis visited in Black-' Helen Price visited friends in driver of a car to pull off to the', familiar figure at the Admin-
in the Issue Division
Supervisor Tallahassee the week-end I
shear Ga., with her family last over side for inspection. This tar happened -I Istration Building.
he was in charge of clerical Glad to welcome back to the I
week. Her brother-in-law, Ltiut: D. to be in the third lane going
duties covering all\ phases of sup- W Lee, U. S. Army had just arrived our old friend Erlen: Wentervelt out, and it was impossible for him]I' A recent arrival but here' long
ply work and in a short time assumed Gladys ('rol1s back at work after enough for us to appreciate her
home from oversea duty to cut through the two lines of I
the of the | work, is Lya II. Halley, who hail
responsibility Edna Strickland her recent illness. :
motored to Anderson cars to his right in order to pull
Bookkeeping', Inventory, Survey South Hill Thompson AKT'lr, just returned from New York. Lya is in the CIvilian -
Carolina, one weekend over to the side. A pause was
and Sales, Shipping, and Delivery recently Edith Reedy was I from a seven-day leave in made in an attempt to cut through I| Personnel Relations office,
Divisions. certainly thrilled the other day Brooklyn, New Yprk, where he hada but the steady stream of cars pro- I]| and she really has pitched In and

It was in May 1913 that CaptainV. when she received the news that II wonderful time visiting all the hi')ited him from so doing. In the ,| shown a very keen mind in the

H. Wheeler, then the Supply finally she and the family had obtained old familiar night spots. meantime the guard was so busy I performance of her duties.

Officer, requested his promotion to a house on the station! Some folks refuse to grow up. trying to direct the cars coming You remember Myra? I mean .
Supervisor of the Stock Control Hurrah _housing problem solved! Don Field! and Andy Thompson, along that he forgot his order and : 11)'rl11.. iilliitiit who left us in
Division and I our ace inspectors spent' last Saturday October for a much needed rest?'
as Property Supply We'll miss Betty Cook who Is the party driving the car had but ;
Officer, his present position resigning soon to return to. her viewing the Santa Claus pa one recourse and that was to pro- She Is back again at her desk In

Mr. Bennett considers Jacksonville home in Norfolk, Virginia. Reason. I rade.We ceed on and out of the gate in order Central FILs and we are glad to
understand W n, Piinlv had not to hold the ) welcome her back. She is looking
his back
real home now, and plansto husband is receiving hU dischargefrom ,, up cars
I a near wreck on the highway. of him and in order exceptionally well after her vacation
live here permanently with Mrs. the U S. Navy We're avoid a
Bennett and their 19-year-old son,j glad to see Betty Jean Rlatchley "Big Boy" is looking for the par- possible accident by trying to cut) and rest.

Jack I (formerly B. J. Johnson' ) up in the ty responsible and promises tostage through the two lines of cars to/ Both Elizabeth: ( Cox, .,who has'
I : a boxing bout. his right Such) Incidents are I been with us since 23 August 1911,
office the other hapIro.n
During the war, he devoted most visiting day, Bet Molly irooiiis !fs doing spun- !
of his time to his I ty Jean worked In the and Elizabeth: S. Patrick, who an
job now he Correspondence -
didly with her weight increasingdiet. s again! ,s, .Radio Mechanic. rived 20
Section while' July 1912, are in AEM
plans to enjoy travels to scenic employed here. She weighed in .on the ,JOth Eddie has earned the new nIcknaji School., Both pf these girls! have
(points of Interest In and around 'Just a' gentle) reminder thatthere's day and actually<< gained( ten "Preacher ;
I I 'C) dua to his ,beel1< steady ,and falthfu\\ workersat
Florida and take in more fishirfg jimt I ft more shopping day* ounces fondness for chicken or Is It chickens the school and are known to
and huntinghis favorite hobbies. until {'hrl..hna.H!!! Eddie: Relied has joined our I ?" most of us as excellent characters.r .

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6 December, 1945 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Nine

Inside A & R Personnel

Inspection Department Worker Is Public Works & AdministrationEvery

By Ethel M. Shanaliau day we keep losing more
of those pleasant people that
A'mongManyEx-ServicemenRtNAS A group of Public Works men we've worked with all during the
took Itllly Carson of the Labor I war. Mm. Itoz/elle tops our list of
r. Board out on one of their fishing resignations for this week, and we

r A grand and glorious feeling, trips )Ir. ('arllt'll obeys orders Instinctively ; all regret her leaving, Mm. Margaret -
Yet a solemn occasion calling for TAKES CIVILIAN-.JOB I Itll or HO it seems to the Miilianla, who recently mar

sober reflections. Public Works fishermen Billy was I ried a very nice sailor from A fe R,
in a boat with Jim Griffin and had
Mail Room
left us this week, The
the freedom of civilian
Enjoying only caught a turtle when Leslie I and
life once again but anxious to reo< Koundtree and Jim GxvjnfH came : especially misses Margaret RobertL.
wishes her much happiness.
turn to their civilian business back, along, their outboard making a din I ))a\\nun, Jr, AMMlo, has ,been
finds many furloughed men so their voices were indistinct calling I around with that special
their old posts at NAS. as. well '' held going
at "What you got ? Carson : grin on his face for weeks and the
as many new veteran employees.. said turtle and while unknownto
up his
final date has at last come for .
Among them are: Andrew 1 R, him his cork began to bobl '
I the
discharge, "Bob" has been in
Carlson, Inspection Departmen, Griffin yelled, "Let it go!" Carson
I Time Accounting Departmentsince
Leon A. Moore, Assembly and Ri obeying, dropped his catch of March and even though we
and Paul A. Perry, Access %L
pair Ties,Division, Assembly and Re. r' the day overboard! know he is glad to go back to his
Clecla llltcli (Contract) was a home In Virginia, we wish he could

pair. busy person for a couple of days I stay with us longer
Andrew K. Carlson!! new conic' 1R last week between buildings 450 I Hiss Kuleeneillingham has
on the Mat Ion, doesn't believe In drivers of' from nose
and 451: locating the just returned a severe
being idle, not even for a day.I; I' : cars parked too close to the buildings operation. We missed her while
When he returned to his home i in' SD that were being sprayed and she was away, and we're glad she'H

Jacksonville after being discharge having them move cars away from back. Also, Miss Brooks has just
from the U. S. Army, he came 1 to I j ; cA I danger, One man declared that if I recoverd from a bad case of flu.
work the next day in the Metal I it had been any dark color he would, Just ask Time Accounting how
'Accessories Unit of the Inspec a I have left his in place and won a I II much she was missed?

y, tlon Department, I I free point job, but he didn't fancy Miss Melva Stringer, who has
I'' Carlson spent four >'e \ in the the grey white shade. I been on leave for a long time, has

p Army, three of which he was assigned ; Ol>'ile Mathesss Is another Public finally returned Melva surely was
to duty In the South Pa Works returned veteran This missed, and how happy we an to

chic with the Seventh Air For time to the Design Section blueprint welcome her back,
chief. II What a happy expression on everybody's -
as a crew room, He couldn't be persuaded
His campaign ribbons consist of' to have his picture taken, I face when the announce-

the Asiatic Pacific TheaVe, thre but is about six feet tall with light ment came through about our
battle stars and the Air Medal hair and single Fought cne war__ I i Christmas and New Year's leave
with two oak leaf clusters __'_,__ h"' __ not ready for the matrimorial. battle ,I We couldn't ask for anything better
Leon A. Moore returned to lit" I MIIITAUOAULLK 1M)1.I: )) and back to civilian life finds yet! Clyde Jeft the departmentJuly I It seems this Is going to be

old job as aircraft mechanic in Assembly many veterans on the job at NAS, Andrew R, Carlson, above, is on 1942 for service
and Repair the 14 November the job inspecting propellers and governors in the Metals Accesso- Went to England then was in action years,
ries Unit of the Inspection department in France, Belgium, Holland, Mrs. Adeline Joel is spending amonth's
after receiving his discharge _. .. Wan discharged leave with her husband
-- ------ -- and finally Germany. ; I
In October 1915. v I returned from overseas.
he served aboard the USS as Pfc. who just
A native of Jacksonville and* lystus, and later aboard the uca'i. Mrs. Audrey llanseii who just
Luncheorthe A number of girls in the Design ,
graduate of Andrew Jackson High I Rudjerd Bay, escort carrier at Special NovemItr recovered from a bad case of flu
Section resigned as -
School Leon enlisted in the Navy; tached to the .Third Fleet lie also< and Sirs ItaclieliU1cr, who had
in 1936 and served for five years, I attended Navy Divers School for I daily special" balance Reason, ,husband discharged I strep throat are both back with us.Mrs. .
incul will 'be served\ In one lini from service and civilians egain
lorrle :Strickland's! absence
In 1940 he was released from eight weeks while In service. Glenn I
i only) at the Civilian Carell'rla'I The girls, Mrginla Mrglnla has been felt in the Main Time
the Navy and accepted a position: When he returned to the States, Monday 10 December. Morris andirgiala ;'Modou are to office
beginning this week since
at the Glenn L. Martin Compan,;)' he reported to Alameda NAS, I 'I It is hoped that 'service can bi be housevv ives now Good luc:k with was Section moved over to hangar 116 towoik
in Baltimore, Maryland Here, be he transferred to the< I
where was and are 10-
l> having one line serelug jour pots pans
I speeded v with the Electrical Division.
worked on the first 13-26 built Separation Center here and de i only) tlie daily slcc'lal rural placing the pot-hooks and nejs1Cotnilr I

A year later, he decided to return tached. I Onl I)' the one tvpe rural vvitli IK 11 I':. tlarrldge, USNR, jig to our station from ;Tare Is.'
to Jacksonville and it was in. Perry says that he is glad to beI mb..tHutt'I111. be served In tin has taken over as the D* lgn and land Hope he will enjoy his tour

March 1911 that he came to work home and back to civilian life one east line eadll\ )', that Is, the'' Engineering Superintendent com- of: &uty with us

on this activity as an alrcrft me again line facing the .\Assemblv am -- --- -- --

chanic in Assembly and Repair I He resides in St Augustine with Repair Building However, evtriis :. '

Moore was in the enlisted Army Mrs Perry and their three children like simp, salad, anti ties. i 5 ii-
Air Corps Reserve and was called "sort inaj be added If the Individual i -
to duty in January 1913 Leaving sn desires.. i
NAS he reported for basic training Menu boards will be IO"tt'll
as a private, outside of the cafeterianlranu ./
In April he started his pilot' showing the daily special humus

training at Ocala, Florida, later and its price. The regular as
moving to Bainbridge, Georgia and ftortment of entrees will continue .
Alban, Georgia, where he received rll to be served In the other Iim

his i i .. ".i ,md instituted B. for those who wish an addition I
25 pilots The bathroom is a good place fol al choice. I II
He was assigned to England ir close shaves, but not the kind this: __

September of 1941, where he join chap has just had That's poison _.....
ed the 8th Air Force as a B-2J( he has In his hand*

pilot But he got a break, He detected MACHINE I -
First Lieut. Moore completed 11 the poison in time Last year, ac a
missions when the war ended Ir cording to the National Safety DIVISIONBy I

Germany and returned to the Council, about 1700 persona
States In June of 19l\ rep.i i j werent so lucky at home. They Myrtle Tucker '

to the 6th Ferry Group at Long died because they took poison. Mr. Bishop, Inspector of the M: ,

Beach California. Discharged in If they had known and used a chine Shop, is again a prorandpappy. i :
October, he returned to his civilian few simple precautions they might ; Congratulations! I :4ik

job here this month be alive today and going about Girls, have you noticed Slin: J.

turned rum military furloughIn their business, most of them helpIng 'rjler is no longer carrying hi! _
the At't'Irle" Division Is 1'aul to win the war But thev're pipe around He has switched tc, .
A. 1'rrrj. He came to NAS in Lucky Strikes, i [ '

March of 1943. but in September I lieniielt Carroll is undergoing I g ) I \
3944 he enlisted in the \awhere- neck operation and we extend t( '-

dim our best wishes for a spec : ; ,

INSPECTIONDEPARTMENT I lecovery Also on the sick lIsl, ._...__.-,... ", :_.._ww.- _, '_ n_ ___'_--- ___.. is Jamie Davis.! IMM'i..\\'ING with prid> his suggestlon:0, 200-44 Puller to
f a V MA two*( Muir.Oii0N ai 0 h tt pT ES I$ 'ww William 't. (ioetlie of the Dril 1 Remove Fulcrum Arm from PVI and PBO landing gear, is CharlesS
wort r eo crs:cMcsthr.S Department is lonesome these day; !r Hoard of the Overhaul Control Division, Assembly and Repair.
since his girls have been transfe,
Helen W. :0>i rUIl
It 1)
waJa.t leli: to another department
Conversation at lunch time h.v I William II. Hillman also, of th4 Suggestor Considered
suddenly changed from footballS Drill Department tells us that hi'':
games to Christmas and NewYear's r saws r Ii jabv boy was burned badly lasl:
, holidajs Seven day" Are i }Friday morning We hope he is 1'1" For National Honors

we just dreaming'Mr. operating and will be well soon:
Roger C'. oonibs, originallyfrom rnest: Gill read in the pap< r Charles S, Hoard is again considered by Washington for National
Washington, D. C, and re- hat all Civil Service vvhite-colh r honors, His suggestion, as shown in the above picture, has paid him
cently discharged from the Army, corkers were to get a 20 per cen''t $10, $23: and an additional $2:>, Now Washington has asked for additional
has reported to the Engine Over wise in pay Now he wears f I information and illustrations
haul Inspection Office as a Clerk- \vhite shirt to work' I Although we are no longer servicing these ships at this activity,
Typist Mr Coombs has had a long William .1. Pic'l.ens Is on his viatlon : this device! was among the many which have been ot inestimable value
period of Civil Service experience which started last Thuri: throughout :Naval activities! where PVI and PBO were serviced
Washington, D. C and has lay, He won't tell us where he:' Hoard has an enviable record with the Beneficial Suggestion Committee

worked at the Naval Air Stationat ruing; but reckon; he will get thei Since 194.J when he starteJ offering suggestions, he has had
Corpus Christi, Texas: all right I I several successful results with his devices.
Jo Anderson of the Main Inspection Judy Snyder says, "Be kind 1 tc' In 1943 five suggestions were ---- -
Office\ Is resigning: her po- Limb animals I win- Valve' received $30,
of which were
offered, four
sition Jo's huband'el', is being But ask her what happened t t.e and In addition to these awards,
No. 9tM3, "Assembly
discharged' from the Navy, and that little dog of hers.t i'i Disassembly ncr F4U-1, FG-landF3A Hoard has two national citations
they will return to their home in front the War Production Board
the Arresting Hooks, first won $25,
die same
will I'
Akro.i, Ohio. lead and more top of the cartoon, vvi \Vashirgton..
the ;). This devicewas
I additional $2 I
t ,1 then
Mewurt is now assigned' to this year if they area carefuL ,. veteran he
way warn the user that contents ar illustrated in Naval AviationNews A World War came
the im-Emergency InspectionOffice tlea ly. Navaes Maintenance Magazine to this activity with 33 years of
as Clerk-Tvpist. The best way for you to protect I This simple device will keep yond \I and Gadget Digest automotive experience and is a
Mr. >011I8111. Cole, Principal ourself and jour family is to 1 1keep ;your family safe. Wings, 158-11 titled graduate: of the Empire Auto institute
Inspection, has separate'rom Another suggestion r
Inspector in Supply : poisons entirely J Packing and Tampa Vocational
Facilitate Assembly,
so much leave accumulated that he medicines and foods Chil- A little boy wanted $100 so badly "Jig and to Testing of Struts for Dash- Schools

has finally decided to take a vaca- lien have mistaken he for sugar h.. decided to pray tor !t. IIi .) Assembly Arresting Hooks," Upon his arrival here he attended -
,tic.n. He will be away the month and died for the error. I II prayed i for several weeks, with nl)' pot initial award of $10, then the Automotive Equipment
won an I II
of December and expects to( spend must poisons in the esults s, so he wrote a letter t.God .) I
. I If you keep another $25, and still another $25. I Course and Motor Course in hy-
- .., of that time hunting, I the cabinet finally for I
part medicine cabinet, The postofflce I One other suggestion! received a draulics and conversions
Jimmy I'alll'Islted his friendsIn locked, at least un- warded the letter to the Whit
last' week We hould be kept I, letter of commendation. |I It In February 1944, he was advanced
Supply Inspection children are old enough to JIo\l'e, The late Preside Roosc .
made a I In 1941 No. 78-4 "Dashpot TailAssembly' to Shop Planner, which position -
he quite
understand that of poisons. \'alt chuckled and ordered $5 sen
the danger '
mow until the
he held
$10 and $25 efficiently
nice appearance in a civilian suitLouis of chil- to the boy, The boy, delighted thais t won
not only
safety at the end
the recent
For reorganization
A. 1'rliniu. :sir and Patricia I had been answered It:1 Next his 91-44 Compression :
also of older members of prayers 'I II when he returned to
Iren but Ix aiJ Devices, of hostilities
have for
who Tests Spring
A. Collm*. AMMI'i-, least, wrote a thank-yo J L
should be ( ear.Ily part
been performing inspection duties, : he family, poisons God but added this I'S: ", : won $25 and later an additional: shop 292 as AMG Maximum.
the bottle to ,
labeled. In addition "Heat Treatmeat" -: The Beneficial Suggestion Com*
have the required number of points oticed routed jour lette l'' $25. A tinie saver, on
hould be 'marked' in such a way you commendation mittff is proud to piesnt Charles
for discharge.' Louise i Is leaving for Washington and as usua,I revived 'special' ,
the Personnel Separation Center hat It will always easily Iden- tbolle trough bureaucrats deducted 95 pe l'' and No. 2:7:>U-(4 "Tool' to Remove S. Hoard as their "K:"* man pf tb.month. .

In New York and Patricia goes to ified even In' the I I Shock Strut fioin Orificer, .
shown cen
: I Tint stuck in the (
Washington D. C., for separation:

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1>PLACE UG JI.-\IUWlt. formally opened last \\elliiiuu and Lt, (jg) Everett II.Milans .
:Monday noon nnild appropriate ceremonies, assistant. ship' service of I leers. Below -
: Lorraine Miller scene from which are shown above Upper part of the opening crowd which used the
left, Capt. Ford N, Tailor, N'ATec'hTraCVn room for the first time.
commandingofficer, snip a ribbon stretched Uork on the flag-decorated room began last
across the archway all \patrons wait to try out :March and all designing" and construction ha.
the accommodations; upper right, the official been done by personnel of ship's service department
party enjoys the first lunch .served. in the Et. (',,"ulr. Patterson said. The are
UAMiETliVLL GAME: Welch Hospital of Daytona Beach vs. room. Seatedlocki.e around the table are formerly was occupied by a barber shop, laundry -
NATTC Air Raiders in NATTC Gym Friday at 2000. !.t. (jg) Arline S. Fredsall, assistant .Ship's and women's. dressing room.

SHIMMING DAILY-INDOOR POOL; Recreational period for Service officer; Comdr. Robert I'. lieebe, executive The new room will l>e open{ from 110(1( to HIM
all Naval Personnel and .heir guests: Monday through Friday1800to otfleer; Lt. C'omdr. John I). Patterson, and 1700 to 2000 Mondays' through Fridays,
2100; Saturday, 0900 to 1200, 1300 to 1700, and 1800 to 2100; Sun- "hi I)'!* service officer; Captain Taylor; Lt. Col. from HIM to 1800 on Saturdays' and will he
day, 1230 to 1700, and 1800 to 2100. Children must be accompanied by William T. Evans Marine Aviation Detach- closed Sunday
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year in this Navy, and wait'" heardto
MUSIC-Recreational rehearsal room is available to all hands in Saturday Personnel I remark as he waved his ..S......"
the Auditorium Band Room. Instruments may be procured from S. P ScheduledFor papers{ around, "11. took me 30 longyears
Lanteri Musician lc, daily from 1600-2100. to find! these papers etc"lie

GOLF. STATION COURSE Daily trom 1000 to 2000. Open to Duty Section 4 "> well liked by the crew and

! all personnel Clubs available at gear locker in NATTC Auditorium. I Keep those blues' pressed' NATTCen he lias a 10. of good; habits such lilt .
GOLF INSTRUCTION for NATTC personnel by R. W. Reynolds, I mates, NATTC first, personnel; cube! anti stuff to go
SpA)2c( 1300 to 1530. (Special classes for WAVES by appointment Inspection' in several months isjust with the boy!>' and girls' coffee
Sign up at Shack. around the corner. Keep It up, "Chief."

HOSTESS HOLM open daily from 1530 to 2100. Saturdays and Cold weather forced cancellation While we're on the subject of
Sundays trom 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel and relatives of last Sat u relay's Inspection cookies, the boys in the Generator
and guests. scheduled for Dirty Section I Phase of the A.E.M. School an
still I pretty desperate looking Jor a successor -
One the inspection plans
LIliliAKl HO
NATTC open daily from 0800 to 2100
to be tried for the first time. j for John Withers Do-nut
nO\\ LING daily at Ship's Service from 1200 to 2030. are "
This Saturday It'll l>e Duty Section "Business. John is leaving! them
AshoreThe / Four. KY AL COLEMAN'' and he was quite an efficient\ daily 4))
The inspection will take placeat i distributor of these tasty morsels. ,
Episcopal Army and Navy Center, corner of Church and I 0900 In the parking lot area So far separations from our It was rather a good football
Market Streets, sponsors a dance every Saturday night from 2030 to adjacent to Building 500. Uniform A.E.M.: School have been but a weekendeattended two galllN
2330. Junior hostesses will be in charge and all enlisted personnel are "11be\ announced In slow trickle. Hut this last week -the first, the N.A.T.l'11.-
It steamrollered to the tune
invited. really
Thur"llay'Iurllllll, ; Orders. Star \'". Tallahassee in the morn-
of 33 including Home of our
JACKSONVILLE: BEACIIES-Buses leave at frequent intervals Ing which was plenty good, but,
best instructors. The Harrac k'
from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathingand Hindi to our chagrin, we lost. It
like old
other recreation at one of world's finest ocean beaches. Bua seems more and more an was well attended by our Wave
haunted house, the echoes are taking
fare 25c. .. and according to one .cute little
I over.e have one singing
N.\\'* O'I'IIER'SIOSTESS HOUSE, 101 :Sail Church Street. quartette left Jrom Duty Section SKV3c, a "certain" cine of Uinplajers
watt the whole team. I'll
USO CUMLIts: :: at 122 West Forsjth Street; above Blanding Bus I Three. They aren't quite as good |bt't she had a sore! throat Sunday
Station; Church and Newnan Street; 311 West Duval Street. USO I as they think, but they try hard
morning as a result of her
WOMEN S DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. and always at the wrong tline- vocal gymnastics.A generous

CANOEING, IIMIINU, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San nine h to the other boys' wrathful ,group of us went to the guiiu
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on indignation.One at the Stadium which was pretty
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, &0c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor '* of our M A 'a, Jerry Faust, well attended Saw the making
boats-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. < BM2c, and a cohort of the "An of a "Newsome ItPourne"-Itut

IIOI SEU.\CK RIDING: : MAGNOLIA STABLE'S. San Juan Ave- gel," has a shall we call it, hobby Turnbill and T. A. (.u.ttaf'.nN..A.T.'l'

nue and Lakeshore Blvd. $1.00 per hour for two hours; $1.50 per one He saves his handkerchiefs from ( .('. Police.), They tell m*
i hour; groups oi eight or ten-$1.00 for two hours. HYDE PARK s each date, but only those with lip- she's hud more offers' to lead the
> <'v. stick on them and puts them away
-- KlumiiMt. I'd better get on the
Dispensary olt'---- turn-d-nEGU Ai'ihatnZt; ? i <> ; in his locker. We wonder if he list myself, for I've always wanted
,The Dental Dillies need no coax I We will\ all miss Wagland and his r files them under the girl's name, t.l i Hhiinibu.

ing when it comes to parties. They 'What a lash up" Guess it is : the shade of lipstick; or what Everybody was losing things A'
seem to thoroughly enjoy thema Blonde bombshell from Chicago > : TO Ben Welisek is a chemist of no "Parky" lost his wallet (and he'a ..)
selves at their old stamping that gives J. V. McGowen from tI, mean ability. With the aid of his due for a "Sep" on Wednesday), C
grounds out at Orange Park. From Medical that lost look. Sure is +>" assistant "Smitty" and heckler, McCoig lost a \bottle of "Coke,"
the pictures taken at the Hay ''I confusing with two McGowans in {% """"' .':'''oJ> \t.. V.4J''':Ii Christlanson. he created some Leach darn rear lost his pea coat
Ride, a good time was had by all I our Dispensary- seems it is exclusively The glowing e.oduy of NA'IK unique experiments with Hydrogen and I lost a dollar on the game.
Sure glad to have Smitty back.] .1 red-heads and blondes I, last week Included LIEUT. I'm not at liberty to divulge them The boys also claim I lost my

That goes for G R, too. with them. I KENNETH: : t:. WILSON' (above). tho'. Memory"
Hanggl 1 should get the Purple -----...-_ Mr. Wilson way Communications, Disbursing regrets the fact that The lads in Welfare who have
Heart for that wounded leg. Englishman: 'T say, what are /Costal[ and \\ar Bond Offfcer. Illsuccessor they're losing I'hlef' T. A. Davis seemingly attended PJ T. dally
Mygsy is one of the only 2 WAVES they doing?" I Is Lt (jg) It. !"'. Stan (who 1 Is about to be separated) but were pleasantly surprised last
down at Medical, bet she likes it. American: "Dancing." ey, who also assumes. the post ol lie will he replaced by a civilian week, when their new assistant
Wf know she misses Uncle Walter. Englishman: "But they get mar ([enter Secretary vacated by I.Ieul. jiist us competent, u MIC. T. A. welfare officer, Lt. (jg) Helen

J. Sherrer and Holland have red later on, don't they 1'I C Cohen, another depart. t 1)sils, The Chief ho spent 30 Continued on Page ElevenPage :



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6 December, 1945 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Eleven

Plan for 7DayHoliday \\New Aviation! Fundamentals School Is Opened I Ifi Instruction BeginsIn

Leaves I ._ .. _._ __

Being Considered New Aviation

A maximum of seven dajH
J.. n. may be granted to RATs -
) .:hTraCen enlisted personnel School at NATTCThe
: during the coining Christina" *
''J holidays under plans now" being Aviation Fundamentals

considered.The tentative. School NA Tech Tra C e n's
for half of ship's companyand first school opened under the

trainee personnel" to go on Navy's peacetime training
leave beginning 22 December program-is in full swing.
and the remaining group to go
29 December.nirther Brief- informal ceremonies attended
detail will be announced by Capt Ford N Taylor,
when plans are finallyapproved. I commanding officer, marked the
i opening of the new school In Building
,. I 525 last Monday morning as
98 trainees! began receding in
SPLASHES fROm f4 TTC'fHl" struction.A .

second group of 100 students,
sent here from four boot camps,
S is scheduled to arrive today L.L.
Comdr. C, E, Anderson officer-in-
44j4 I charge, said that 100 student will
be sent to NATechTraCen each
week until the full complement of
I t; Ciyy' I 1,200 is reached. Eventually, the
: school is expected to reach a top
enrollment of 2,000.
.,.. Rit'ORTINa Y' '8 I
C a I
Captain Taylor spoke informallyto
1\ 1I_
J NOTICE to all male |*'rttonnelKi the first class explaining the
< NATT Center: The Chief, of 5 purpose of the 12-week course of
JJ rrac'klJ1 h.h to announce 455v1. 4$ instruction.The .
that the whistle the fella give first class was composed
MM they pas lighted window In ., of men from Great Lakes, Bain-
their new barracks lit just oo c fr bridge, San Diego- and Memphisand
much lout effort. IheA> KS s +{ subsequent complements will
don't live there any more and come from the same centers.
inrick'ntallj' you should nee the
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shocked expressions when a
burly TO' sticks his head outof f 4 e c. 5 ut'th
a:window In response to said I
whistle Thal'H the story of I: i '
one chief. All WAVES stationed __ _
at NAT(' are quartered In 51. I i According to Mr. Kipling "EastIs
Menj-MIx-Up and we guess: East and West is West and never
that was as good a name for a the twain shall meet. That can
dance at which there was fun I just as easily be truth, as poetry.
for alt. The Main Side WAVESand i Everyone knows about China: It
those from the Hospital were I has a Great Wall the people live
certainly most welcome to the on rice the men wear pigtails they
scene of so much activity last call "queens," they used to bind
Thtirisday nite. As promised; there the women's feet, and in recent
were flowers for the gal for the fellas ? I, refreshments as war against the Japs. The Chinese:
Ir usual good music by the Separation probably know an equally valuable I'
Band M lot of information about Now
specialties by ; us
'V" ,,:" c :-:,. lV =-
Stromas, WAVE who 'If I i>> Ambassador Hurley has resignedand
sang Formal instruction, began last Monday morning in the new Aviation tundamentalSchool" at
Loved You," B. Pickens AHMlcl I thrown a bombshell into the
NATet-hTraCen following brief ceremonies In which the Center' administrative officers took part.
of NATTC with his steel I IB 'State Department saying that the
guitar .
Left Comdr. Robert 1'. Beebe exunlive
lop photo the officers prepare to open the school. to right are: ,
Harten MuSlc with band and officer at NATechTraCen; Capt. Ford N. Taylor, commanding officer; ).t. Comdr, C E. Anderson professional diplomats are sabotaging
vocal renditions; Lt. Vincent I officer-ln-charge of the new school; Lt. Comdr. Robert F. Blithe superintendent of training; the Roosevelt-Truman principles
Brandt at the organ during intermission Lt. Donald I. Manson, assistant, offlcer-in-charge; and Lt. Comdr. William M. Cole, assistant superintendent of world democracy and has
warned that
continuation of the
John Chick SIc of Wel- I
fare NATTC crooning "Always," of training. I present policies can easily lead to
welcome 98 trainee to the whool.
Below Captain Tailor '
and D. Turnbull running up and __ 'II. third world war. It begins to
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down on the stage I perhaps too so and she a lass of 3' 2". M. Redline dance hand a lot of brew and, Lubben able to toss baskets as well look as though we should make
often) to announce the next num R. Herndon of course, a lot of men! Those a* she does on the black top back ,: some effort at understanding our
danced dance. -
ber. Except for the fact that there every gal who went would welcome of M--fellas enjoy her form (and Eastern neighbors
wo not enough dancing for the and Armstrong were in each another invite soon. Why more we do mean basketball ability). 'I,I We suggest you read Forever
crowd (no one ever gets too muchof other's arms on the dance floor. girls from :31 don't attend awl, Well, that was another pipedream j: China by Robert Payne. This is a
same) the evening resulted in a And of course the usual twosomeswere function U not too understandable. we guet.s. Shall we ask if diary, but unlike most diarists Mr.
gay time for all Don't miss the piesent. Needless to men- the personnel inspection scheduledfor Payne has a theme-the greatnessof
next It'll be the big Christmas' tion them again. HIGHLIGHTS of 51: L. Lawrence I this Saturday couldn't be postponed China He is more concerned
Party! Lat week NATTC NAAES and ORouike are engaged. I ? The securing of said inspection with the Chinese people than with
And now who was there L and the \A\ES from the hospital '- I She certainly sports a lovely diamond last week was, oh, so welcome their politics and policies, and
Sauls and F. Layson looked very were entertained by the I (in fact several clustered I to the gals of Duty Section gives one the "feel" of China in
good together out on the dance fella at Mai flort There wastranHportation E._Hatfield should return soon One. And what shall we ask Santa prose. The book is long, but a
floor. D. Greenwood certainly had to and from In 1 I from the Hospital minus tonsils. Claus for? person who cares for words and
i I
her head up in the air all evening buses, a lovely little liver Hallequipped Hurry home Rusty! 'Never ---- pictures will care very much tor
The little Marine the was seen I silk >>ri" attractive I Goes By When I don't Mr. Pa 'ne. Then a young Danish
a Day say
with looked to be only 6 feet or : dame floor, good music hj their, your name". M. Towers is news : NATTC NewsreelContinued I II reporter married,a Karl Chinese Eskelund girl. Mj, met Chinese nnd

-------- -- ---- -- -- again. This time it was the first
m-m; ; --- This -Cake Looks Good to Us I appearance of Wigginham and I From Page Ten I Wife His story tells about interprets their the experiences customs
I .1 Piper in the lounge of 51 playing-- Perry, supervised and refereed and culture of his wife's race to
ro I cards with Mystic one evening their football game, no less, I I the people of his race, and by example
"'on with whom Towers wentto
cl' understand they would welcome attempts to prove Kipling'sstatement
the \OD division party Tuesday more of this. (Wait boys. I was just a hiyth
:: The Marines seem to only kidding!) 'Flabh Stall, a For those whose interest is in
take over a couple of yeomen comparative newcomer to the art j' the more concrete things there IS
hearts. H. Sibley and F. Barber I depaitment in Building :501, has Foreman Keport from Keel China.
devote a good deal of their time I two speeds according to one of'' This is the first eye-witness report
i to keeping the MC happy. Won- his officers. Namely) Slow and on the part the Chinese communists -
der why .' Stop. Youve got to be sharp to I played in the war against the
K. Ilealej seems to enjoy tier catch him in his first speed The Japs. Contrary to most reports
S life at NATT CVntcr even feller is a darn good artist tho', 'I Mr. Foreman discovered that they
though she N the only gal aboard and his illustrations are par eX-I'i were capturing and killing Japanese
from NAGS Miami. M. Minor ce lien t. in most satisfactory numbers
a and Chief are .wen quite frequently "'t' In the visual aids departmentare I II and ..goes on to discuss: the
together. Thin new callerat I losing one of our best men next: whole Communist-Kuomintaii po'
i 51 conies rather regnlarlj. 'u-ek-"lUlrless" harry' Itujak. He I sition. Or read Solution In .\"ia,
\\'., looked for M. Sherman (surrounded I rather overwhelmed with the suddenness |- by Owen Lattimore. The book was
hy men.) at the game I of the thing-what with published before the end of the
:-Iaturda)'. ... Maher in the leaving an interesting, a bunch war, but it predicted that the success
girl of the moment In /Ink' of congenial buddies, etc Jt'" slm- or failure of the United Nations
..""". Let'd go for a swim sometime ply breaking his heart to leave for in Asia would directly affect
--sonve evening at that wonderful Milwaukee and hating to wear the outcome of the war and the
( (jf| ) and Mrs. OUn'rll'adt"r pool. The week-end those glamourleMh tweeds again. peace. Highly qualified for the
< !. at the reception at NATTC before pay day didn't prove too lie says he's not going to miss task, he drew up a blueprint of
II In the Protestant (hapel last exciting or eventful. Corporal of The Guard on his duly suggested policy which combines
I )' Jane Williams, SlcSK(: ). Shall we ak Lt. (jg) H. Perry nights, bcInga... It hardly ever reality with justice and which,
Edwin \\. Andrews', Protestant : what has happened to plans for a missed him. So long, harry, and even now, should demand intelligent -
(' I basketball team? And with J. best of luck: study.
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Twelve NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 6 December, 1945

NATTC All-Stars I NATTC All-Stars Lose 6-0 to Army Camp NATTC Basketball


Drop 6-0 Decision r 1P' Five Opens Season'

To Camp JohnstonA 4 4 $! With 58-47 Victory

fighting NATTC All-Star fly Ken Kasparek ,
team went down to defeat before a The NATTC Air Raiders opened -
much heavier Army team from the basketball season with a 53-47
Camp Gordon ohnston of Tallahassee J win over the visiting Camp Bland-
Saturday morning by a L ing five last Monday night. The
score of 6-0. Although outweighed local court squad coached by Lt.
nearly 20 pounds per man, the All- Comdr. John J. Gallagher, put on
Stars battled their opponents to a a fine display of basketball for
standstill except In the third period the small crowd that witnessed the
when "Buck" Harvey ran 61 game. _
yards to score the only touchdownof The Raiders scored first when

the game. Don Husvar dropped in a close
The All-Stars spotted the Hell- shot. The Camp Blanding five
divers the ball on the 45-yard: took over the lead momentarily, !
line on the opening kickoff. The when McNeish and Marrow combined
stout :Navy line held, however, and I to make the score 3-2. Behr-
the game developed\ into a punting I man Collins and Husvar hit in
duel between Harvey and Crump. quick order to give the local teama
The All-Stars were deep in their 7-3 margin and they continuedto
own territory most of the first hold the upper hand during the
quarter, once being set back on first half which ended with the
their own one-yard line after -a Raiders in front, 27-22.
quick kick and a penalty. Crump The Blanding five'spurted at the
booted out to the 32 from where opening of the second half and led ,.
: the Army team launched a drive for a short time. Husvar, Collins '

spearheaded by Grace and Harvey i.... and Gjurich began hitting from all .
that carried to the AllStars'11yard angles to put the local team in 1
line. There the Stars' line
front by a
six-point margin as the
stiffened and held for downs. Navy
3 quarter ended. It was the
then punted out of danger and
> same story in the last chapter as
neither team threatened until mid-
the Raiders
kept right on scoring.
in the second quarter when a '
way 6 The Second string took over after
partially blocked kick gave Navy : the first five raised the to
"t" j score
the ball on the visitors' 38yardline. ::: t" ,. , : 52-39. Marcolivio turned in a nice "
From here Lahullier passedto
.. bit of shooting to help the subs
and the next ;
Crump for five on
bring the score to 58-47 as the
play Crump hit Lahullier for 13
game ended. '
yards and a first down on the '
drove "Jug" Gjurich and Don Husvar
line. Latasky
Army # led the locals with 16 and 14 pointsrespectively
off tackle for five more and La
"Holly" Collins
hullier circled end for four yards
turned in a nice job of ball han
third down fizzled anda
but a pass -
dling and also potted a couple of
center plunge was one inch shortof
timely baskets. For the visitors
a first down on the 10-yard
it was McNeish and Mehan
moments ,
of Army. The half ended
later with Army in possession of I rang up a total of 29 points.NATTC .
the ball on their own fouryardline. aaY I ,
The third quarter was another I FEREZAN. f. 0" 47PLUNKETT i

punting duel until Army gained 7 { f. 1 2 0 t
possession of the ball on their own I v HUSVAR, f. 7 '0 2
39-yard line. On the first play, Harvey HODGES, f. 1 0 0 '
.. broke through the right sideof BEHRMAN, c. 2 1 5MARCOLIVIO
the Navy line and rambled 61 I 3 g vi'.w' c. 3 0 1
yards down the west sideline for COLLINS g. 3 1 0 -

the touchdown. The try for point GJURICH, g. 6 4 1 ,.

was smothered.The .
:Navy team tried a come- 23 12 13
back and had the spectators on CAMP BLANDING
their feet M Latasky plungd FG FT PF
through the center of the Army SEGHI f. 0 0 2 .
line for a surprise 15-yard: gain. MEHAN, f. 3 6 1
They mixed in a fine passing attack McNEISH, f. 8 1 2
with Crump Lahullier and BENSON, c. 1 3 4

Hawkins doing the tossing. I ;C t MARROW, g. 4 1 2
Crump's pass to Vargo netted 18 i ; SHARPE g. 0 0 2
yards and put the ball on the SALYARD, g. 2 0 4
Army 28. Vargo then faked a pass mm.... .. .._.... .. mn.m ___. ae < -
and ran the ball to the 21. The Above are two scenes as the NATTO All-Stars, a tar-stmlded outfit from all teams in the 18 11 17
huge Army line then rose up to NATTO Football League, lost a hard-fought 6-0 decision to Camp Gordon Johnston of Tallahassee -- --

stop everything the Navy had to last Saturday morning. Top photo shows Smith, Camp Johnston quarterback, making a short gainIn Basketball League
offer and took over the ball on the first quarter before he was' hauled down by fellwanowlcz, left guard for the All-Stars. Latoskl,
their own 27-yard line Batts, White and Bowers of NATTO are rushing up to help bring down the Army ball carrier. Photo Needs More Teams

The Navy team tried hard to get below shows Fargo, NATTC quarterback, vainly trying to grab a pass that sailed over his head In Lt. C. C. Kelly, Olfir r-In.
back into the ball game but they the second quarter. Lt. C. C. Kelly, umpire, Is at the left. Camp Johnston scored In the third quar- Charge of Basketball, has urged
couldnlt: penetrate the territory of ter on a Gl-jard gallop by Buck Harvey.der more entries in the Intramural
their opponents.A Basketball'
creditable showing was made Batts and Slater. Lahullier, A boatswain's mate arrived NATTC All-Stars teams have Leagues.dignified Only Intention eight
the second string. Taking home at 0300. ,
by Latasky and Crump turned in fine of competing In the two
over at the start of the sec- "Well, home is the best place Team leagues,
In the backfield. Army to Play with the schedule due to
ond quarter they did a fine Job of performances after all, isn't it?" roared his wife. open
: stopping the powerful Army backs. Officials: Head Linesman, Lt. "I wouldn't know about that," In Fish Bowl SaturdayThe early next week.
{ Vargo, Hawkins and Ellis stood (Jg) :M. H. :Muir; Referee, Lt. he answered, "but it's the only From Ship's Company the following

out in the second quarter as did Comdr. :M. E. Makeever; Umpire, place open." NATTC All-Stars will hate entered team:
AEM, TFC, Dispensary!! GM Division
Speaker who played a great gameat Lt. C. C. Kelly; Field Judge, E. F. play the Camp Gordon Johnston
I (Mess Cooks), and Dis
end until he was injured.The "Name two ancient sports. Helldhers In the first annual
Mathieson, SpA)2c.( bursing. The schools entering
Navy line was led by Sny- "Anthony and Cleopatra. Fish! Bowl game in the Municipal
competition &A far are the

. Turrets Win NATTC Football League Championship I In Stadium, Lt. C. at C. Tallahassee Kelly, officer-In-Saturday Aviation 18, and Turret.Fundamental Unless, Barracks a sufficient

charge of football, announced I number of teams' turn out
., i Tuesday. Game time Is 1130. in the next few days the teams '
is The contest will be a charity probably will be crowded Into .))

affair, proceeds' from ticket sales one league, Lt. Kelly said. .
going to a hospital The schedules for the two
The All-Stars will be out to leagues will come out as soon as ..
F--" --"" avenge a 6-0 setback suffered enough teams are mustered. A

Y s s .r here la..t. tSahudaJ'. roster of at least' ten players
The 33-man NATTC squad should be submitted to the Physical
: will leave Friday at 1700 and Training Department In order
will return Sunday morning. to compete.

Points Points Tourn. '
? s ss a. Team Won Tied Lost Scored All'd Points r <

.. Turret .. ....,.................... 7 2 0 68 16 25 j
Bombers .....................2 2 3 27 48 13
AEM .. .. ....................... 0 2 6 7 59 10 i ,
Keconl Against Outside Opponents : .:y.a I?!
Team Won Tied Lost ,

Turret .. ... 0 2

Bombers AEM : :..: :: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::_... 0 1 :+ :h s ',' j

3m .'
Individual Scorers (league games) TD Pat Total '

White (Turret) ...............,.....,6 1 7
Foote (Turret) .................?_....?.._. 6 1 7
I'U" Bender (Turret) ..........?..........,....?...12 1 13 ,
Donahue (Bombers) ........................ 6 0 6 t, _.
.> ._... ,,*..___;.-.w-......, "" _;,..w>'..::0........,,.")NIl., _..... w _w:k"'.h'.. <_'oIH"',. '.....tat L. a Barnes (Bombers) ........._................. 0 1 1

The Turrets shown above at the beginning! of the season, won the NATTC Football League Marek (Bombers) _.....,......?............ 6 0 6
Championship with a record of seven victories two ties and no losses. They scored 68 points In league Fusco (Bombers) .............................. 0 2 2 !
competition while permitting opponent 16. The squad: left to right First row-H. Olensky, C. E. LaHullier (Turret) ....?....?...?.........30 0 30 :
O'Boark. C, K. BoydJ J I>. fcllwanowicz: F. L. Bowers, C. E. Frederick, M. I). Carter, F, II. Dob-ion, Sackett (Bombers) .....,.................... 6 0 6
C. W. And row. Second row-G. Opalenik, M. I>: Foster, J. T. Kratko, II. M. Foote" C. E. Lewis, J, It. Baltlch (Turret) .................._........ 6 0 6 i
White, K. L. Stacy, K. G. Champagne, L. A. Toussalnt, J. W. Harris, 1). J. Lewis Third row-H. J. Foster (Turret) .............................. CLastoskl 5 11 l" I r '
Cerame, L. F.. Bender, 1C. C. Adams, E. IT. Bosnian, IL 1'. Cady, Duke Lalluller, C. Kowaltheick, G. T. (Turret) ._..._, M.>,..?._-?. 6 0 6. t I
flalfhiH, M. S. I-abat, G. E. BaUich, AL K. Williams; W. A. Lastoskki. Absent when the picture was Kimlnki (Turret) ?__._............_. 6 0 6'' ,
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