Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1946
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 3', No, 44 10 January, 1948(

Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command i"i"U. "

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PoliomyelitisFund Air News uWfl

Drive To <(,.,' Be Eight-Page

r N alY=(S R Nr/rl./ i q .,),.

1 Be Made Here :' :4; Station PaperReduction

'Dimes' Campaign Will From 12 Pages

Have Coin Boxes At Will Go In Effect With

Pllaces On Station t Next Week's Issue

t3 w
E .. The annual fund raising campaign by Arthur M. Greene, Ytv
: of the National Foundation Staff Writer
tor nfanttle Paralysis will get un- Next week's issue of the Jax Air
der way Monday throughout the I News will be reduced in size to
nation without the living presence a I eight pages. In line with curtail
of the man who inaugurated the a I ment of all naval activities in the
47 :tight against this dread disease s $ transition from war to peace, and
;) and became its symbol in the the reduction of personnel station
> "March of Dimes," the late Franklin r ___ ed at NAS Jacksonville, the cutting

Delano Roosevelt I j I of the Air News by four pages! .
::. Despite his absence from the marks another milestone in the
scene, Americans everywhere are history of news coverage at thin
I determined to make this the biggest great naval air base

; year yet, a tribute to the man Much work lots of sweat, plenty -
who In 1938 founded the organization / of thought, and a hatful of
that wages war against the headaches have gone into the pro.
great crippler, poliomyelitis. i duction of the paper Never staff
Personnel at NAS Jacksonvilleare E .. ed by more than a handful of per.
joining the fight this year as in sonnel, the station newspaper has
the past. The Chaplain's Office, Under meant lots of leg work and long;
General Chairman Paul HV hours at the typewriter for the
Olander will conduct the campaign' writers, difficult jobs for the sta-
here There will be no solicitation tion's Photo Lab and an additional
In departments, and contri' ions work load for all members of tha
will be on a purely voluntary ba Office of Public Information staff
sis. To facilitate participation by But it has been worth it, and ev-
all hands, coin boxes will be placedat ery effort will continue to be madeto
various strategic points throughout -' provide the best coverage possible
the station, Announcement of in the smaller-sized edition
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the total raised during the drive of the future.
News I NO TilE GAL aren't all excited about getting out of the Navy! The AINav they're breaking their
will be made in the Jax Air
of necks to read says just about the opposite. In fact, it asks that WAVE enlisted personnel be encouraged First Paper In 1911
Immediately following the close
to voluntarily extend their periods t>f service beyond the dates they would be eligible for release Originally, activities at NAS
the campaign on 31 January Jacksonville
under the point system. The big bonus the girls are so eager to learn more about is the authorizationfor were chronicled by a
The money raised at NAS will commanding officers to advance one pay grade any WAVE who volunteers to remain until 1 Sep- non-Navy publication called: the
be turned in to the Jacksonville tember and whose services are considered essential The photo was taken early Urn week in the Main- Jax Flyer. Its first edition rolled
committee. One-half of all funds side office of Public Information. off the presses on 25 April 1911.

raised will be used locally, it was _." u ,____ __, ,,____ ____ ____.__ It was financed privately, accepted -
pointed out, going to the local commercial advertising, and
chapter for special equipment, hospitalization Point Scores Are Announced Through was not an official Navy paper.
transportation, treat- In March 1913, at the request of
ment, and care of polio victims. Comdr. William J Mullins, then
The other half goes to the Nation j 2 March All Rates Ranks Affected executive officer of NAS Jax, this
al Foundation for research, education -, ; newspaper was organized) sup-
and aid -- -- -- ---' the Jax Flyer.
emergency during I H ,.. __ _-I All hand read AINav 6 this '---- plant
epidemics I I, week, and quickly went to work 1------- I The first issue of the Jax Air
Chaplain Olander said yesterdaythat Reserve Air with the pencils and arithmetic I SecNav Visits News was published on 1 April
not i 1913. With its the Jax
plans were yet complete For contained in the AINav was appearance
for the drive here. Efforts are be FormedPersonnel announcement of another cut ink I Area : Flyer faded from the scene. Early
ing made to bring a big name bandto Corps I I critical point scores for most cate- issues of the Air News were eight
NAS for Memorial Ball in and each printing ran 7,500( (
a being released from gories of officer and enlisted personnel Secretary of the Navy JamesV. pages,
memory of the late President. In service may see civil readjust- Cuts were announced to be Forrestal made an inspectiontour copies Today 17,000 copies are
the years before his death, gala ment officers in separation cen- effective on 15 February and 2 of the St. Johns River Anchorage printed weekly, and at one time
"President's Birthday Balls" were ters to learn particulars of the March 1916, with interim modifica- at Green Cove Springslast during its history a high of 22,000
held in conjunction with the new "reserve" air tions of point policy anticipatedas Saturday, accompanied by was reached.
March,, of Dimes campaign. Plans gram, Lt. Comdr. Ed Harris of the demobilization. machinery Rear Admira': John F. Shafroth, Captain (now Commodore) Stan-
also include the showing of movie the Air Reserves Training officein grinds alongExceptions. Commandant of the Seventh ley J. Michael, then Commandantof
shorts about the disease along Atlanta has announced. to the major point Naval District, and Rear Admi- NAS Jacksonville, welcomed the
with the regular programs at theatation's Ex-Navy and Marine pilots, slashes are yeomen, specialists (C) ral Ralph E, Davison, Chief of Air News with a statement sayingin
movie theaters. aircrewmen, and ground per- classification, and storekeeperswho Naval Air Advanced Training.The part "One of the chief pur-
Men and women throughout the sonnel can fly the best planes hue been classed as essential local berthing area is un- poses of the paper is to( stimulatethe
naval service are offering their and continue their training in during the demobilization process. derstood to be the largest in already high morale of our
wholehearted support of the 1916 the peacetime program being Present point score for these three the country, and when comp'et- personnel with reading matter, pictures
March of Dimes. Giving added IMpetus developed, Lt. Comdr. Harris classes will be lowered to 40 on 2 ed will include more than 750 and cartoons designed for
A to the drive are the follow. said. The program is not restricted March 1916, with possible special smaller naval vessels ranging their amusement and enjoyment"
'log endorsements by top ranking to aviation personnel.The cuts anticipated at some future from LST and DE's downward Officers Edit Paper
men of the Navy and Marine new plan provides for a date for these categories with the I While the Air News has always
Corps: "ready reserve" for which thereIs decrease! of demobilization pres- ----- ---1 been staffed by enlisted writers,
I James \'. 1'orrestal, Secretary of compensation and a "stand- sure I t I the editor has always been a C1>l11-
the Navy: "Your fight against this by reserve" which H I Officers Need 39 | Change Made In Continued on Page Two
terrible disease is worthy of the of volunteers.Still comp I 1 Male commissioned and warrant
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nation's Inued support d I
i officers officers classified DETACHED
Fleet ..Admiral E. J.: King, retired Take MC and (naval except aviators in a flight Separation To !( .

: "Through the teamwork of Two I status) will\ need 40 pomls on 13::;I .,
>>i:1'!: ;; >t ,
our armed services, supported by Reduce Travel "
February and 39 on 2 Match Med- .-
all Americans on the home front, Year EnlistmentsTwoyear ical officers will be eligible on 2 IJ"H \ '. .
our nation achieved victory over enlistments still March with 49 points. :Naval avi- I Where officer or enlisted person-
her enemies o\erseas. We must being accepted for the are regular ators la a flight status holding the nel destined for separation would 'I'J
now exert the same united effortin Navy and have not been cancelledas rank of ensign will still need 20 be required to "backhaul" in ex' :

a shores-infantile war against an enemy paralysis within" announced in the Air News last. points on 2 March while other na- cess of 200 miles through being .flJ/;;> q, II' :
our .
val aviators in a flight status will i
week. A correction of AINav 433:
fleet Admiral Chester W. Nlm1t1. sent to the separation center near-
need 27 15
was later which pointed only on February I .
\ Commander-In-Chief, UnitedCuntlniied out that received enlistments would be I 26 en 2 March. I est his home, this can be considered -j ".,.

on .Page Seven taken for two, three, four and six Female officers who have 27 a hardship case in accordance :'j '"
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years points on 2 March can turn in i with AINav 231-13::;, a communica- / .
The NAS Jix Personnel office their uniforms for dresses. Nurses lion from SecNav stated last week. J' <
has enlisted 136 men, shippingover need 28 points on 2 February and ,
I !i "Backhaulthe directive I'J
from reserves to regulars, 27 points on 2 March to follow explained ,'I .. :;"
since the first of December USN suit is travel from the separation l ..: }

re-enlistments have totaled 33. En: Except as otherwise indicated, center to the home of record f r;1 lL ,tU.
listments and extensions in the >N
male enlisted personnel will have or place to which separatee is entitled -
regular Navy were 85,203::; from their points lowered to 33 on 15February to transportation which CAPTAIN ROBERT J.
1946 JANUARY 1946 the surrender of Japan through 26Det'ember and 32 2 March Male
on passes beyond that point en routeto VAUGHN, executive officer of
,5 M T W T F 5 ., niailmen go down to 31 on 15 February the SepCett from duty or Intake the Naval Hospital here since
: and ort 2 March and there- station February, 1915, has peen detached
Conference To after will be eligible at the same As an example of "backhaul' for duty as X-ray officerat
score for unrestricted male enlisted the directive outline the excess! the U. S. Naval Hospital, Na-
: -m End! Here TodayA personnel. Male specialists ((81) travel from the separation centerto val Operating Base, Norfolk\ Va.
; shore patrol, and specialist (XI) home of record of an officer on He is the youngest officer 'in the
three-day conference here to key punch operators will conformto duty In New York, who lives In Navy to hold the Utile of captainin
discus and revise the, naval air the scores of unrestricted male Colorado' and who In scheduled for the Medical Corp. He has
training; nyllaHUi which chew more enlisted personnel on 15 February' separation: ot RepCen, S.1IFran' been succeeded by Csplam Joseph -
than 80 officers from all aviation and, theses He-i', Requirements for CIMCO By l oinff peparated at a Y, Klmlnougli, foimti division
.biN THE MARCH training com m>nli 'wilt wind VP male watertenderw except WTCB( ) flepCeu near Ills duty station; the surgeon wills the First Manuo -
tC today? Chief concern of, (ho ..coCCI'Cnpo. ,, inacliiniatn 'mate, except MMCO officer/ could piocced directly to Division, viio' has just tatunioo -
'OIF, :DIMES' was ,Ills| ttaiiAitlon; of tho ( ) $"d'MMU, chief commissary Colorado ,Uicr than poser it only (l'OIll Clmia, The new CKecuUve .
Natlr l training program from wartime to stewards, ship's cooks end bakers' 10 'malic the trip back after/: separation officer Is'a"native of Hal-
tin $ founds /I., tor Monlri ;taalytli,
peacetime spplrcatid CoutbiuoHl on rae Seven eigh N. C.

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 10 January, 1946


New CNAT Assumes _._._._.._....- .. .... _.. ... _. ,I

I Be Eight-Page

Duties 4 Jonuolv.. { Station Paper .

Rear Admiral Frank Dechant ; I Continued<< from 1'81t" One

Wagner, USN, relieved Rear Ad- craft Seventh Fleet and Commander I missioned officer assigned to the

miral Charles Allan Pownall, USN, Task Group 702 On Nov 1. r | Office of Public Information, for-

as Chief of Naval Air Training in 1915) he reported for duty at Glenview ,, 4 A h I merly called the Public Relations

a brief ceremony at Fensacola last i Ill, as Chief of Naval Air I Office First' editor was Lt (jg)

Friday: Admiral Povvnall, who has Reserve Training. \| nH, Smith Jr. lIe was followed:

headed the Naval Air Training I Admiral Wagner wears, in addition I t by Lt Stanley Culp who later was

Command since September IOU, Is to the Distinguished Service I named Public Information Officer

leaving for Guam to become Com- Medal with gold star the \'Ictory .:,qF ip C N a t' vA here. Lt, (jg) Oliver 'rown ('nd

mander Mariannes Medal with Escort Clasp, Asiatic- succeeded Lt. Culp at the helm of

Admir Wagner,:: native of, Pacific Ribbon, World War II Vic the Air News, and upon his detach-

Pottstown, Pa, was born August tory Medal, the Order of Oiangc- t merit Lt Jean Anderson served' as

22, 1603 He graduated from the I Nassau (Netherlands) and Is eligible acting editor, lA Comdr James F.

Naval Academy in 1015 and first I for the Army DistinguishedUnit i Kelly Public Information Officer,

served in the bSS Nebraska, USS Badge for service in the defense Y now serves as Jax Air News Editor <<

Des Moines, at the Naval Torpedo of Bataan and Corrcgldor in addition to his ether duties.In .

Station. isewpoit, R. 1", the Aimed He and Mrs Wagner, the former January 1914, the NATTC

Guard of the USS Manchuria, andas I. Catherine Burton Ruthter of Lake publication, The Sleeve, was suspended -

Executive Officer of the USS I Forest, Ill. have two daughters, "' and merged with the Air

Lea USS Cummings USS Herbertand I Mrs John McClain of Coronado, News Activity was so great dur-

in command of the USS Mc- Calif, and Miss Catherine Wagner, ing 1914 that It was decided to Increase -

Kean. the latter a member of the Waves. ; HIGH-RANK OFFICERS ;'naval' aviation; h"d :'get-to the paper's size On 22 June

Designated a naval aviator in On Saturday, Admiral POM nail of that year the first 12-papc Jax
gether:: here last week prior to the change of command at Pcnsacola
Decemoer 1021 Admiral Wagnerwas received the Legion of Merit which Air News was!!! printed, includingfor ,:
of the Chief of Naval Air Training, Shown here, left to right, are I .
attached to Combat Squadron was presented by Admiral Felix the first time two full pagesof
Rear Admiral Frank P Wagner, who assumed' the duties of GNAT
4 and to Fighting Squadron ]1 B. Stump, Chief of Naval Air] after serving as head of reserve training at Glenview, Ill; Rear I civilian news. In the full expansion

in the uSS Ai. stouK, instructed! Technical Training. Admiral Charles A. Powrall who vacated the post of CNAT when he NATTC acquired three pages.

at NAS Pensacola and served at The citation stated In nart. .1 was named Commander of the Marianas area in the Pacific; Rear Five separate commands locatedat

NAS Anacostia After duty at the exceptionally meritorious conductin \ I Admiral Ralph E Davison, Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training' ; NAS Jacksonville Included are coveredby the

Naval Academy, he commanded the performance of outstanding and Rear Admiral Felix B Stump, Chief of Naval Air Technical the paper. are
Fighting Squaeuuns :i,: and 6 in the service to the Government of the Training, Jacksonville' Naval Air Station,

UbS::I Langley, later becoming Tac- United States as Chief of Naval ___ ____ .!._ the Staff of the Naval Air Advanced -
tical and Gunnery Officer on the Air Training from 9 September Training Command, the
Staff of commander Aircraft Naval Air Technical Training
1944 to 31 August 1945. Displaying
Battle Fleet. life in Command, the U. S Naval Hospital -
squadrons, the.hlghest order of leadership, Ini- a
and the Personnel
eturning Washington, Admi- tiative, foresight, sound planningand I Separation -
In addition the JaxAll'
ral Wagner served> in the light administrative ability, Rear Glen Plaid SuitFree Center. ,
News covers auxiliary
Division of the Bureau of Aeronautics Admiral Pownall directed the vast many
and the Marine' Car-
fields ,
and as Aviation Officer on the and complicated training organization ----
lacks here Hundreds of) other enterprises -
Staff of the Commander-in-diief; under his command i In deliv- i
additional allowances to $33;
j hospitalization Is availableat up are on the Air hews
U. S. Fleet, followed by a tour ering to the Fleet approximately
Veterans medical above pension rates are availableto .
I a Hospital! or I mailing list, such as other naval
with Admiral Reeves in the USSPennsylvania 14,000 trained Naval Aviators and
take of "In between cares"men
center for any Vet with a service- care stations ship, public libraries,
which duty he left 24,000, Aircrew men, who, by their
who should
-- for
connected disability. In cases of qualify a and various department in Wash!!
to become Executive Otnter of the performance in combat against the larger than I
pension be
emergency, he can get home treatment can given ington.
USS Langley. He next became enemy in all theaters of the war or if there is not a VA hospital under statuory' provisions.Vets Paid lj Welfare.

Commander Aircraft, Asiatic fleet against the Axis, have passed on in his community, he can get who qualify for the second, From the beginning, the Jax Air
Patrol 10 to the service of the
of Wing and the
and Commander Navy
treatment for a service' \ -connected type of' pension receive a straight News has been printed by a com-
and was serving in these capacitiesat Na'.on: the results of his Inspired I
disability at a private hospital or mercial firm In Jacksonville Theslzt'
the nine ot me attac. on Pearl leadership and devotion to duty.
telegraph to the nearest VA regional and
type requirements press
Harbor. In Janu-.., -, .as By his superb performance of this office. for such
detached from Patrol Wing 10, but duty, Rear Admiral Pownall has requirements paperruled
All veterans, whether or not out the possibility of print-
continued to serve as Commander made a major contribution to the
their injuries or ailments are serv- } ling on the station However, all the
Alrcr" Asiatic fleet successful termination of the re- ,
ice-connected free hospitalization I and layout are
can get witting photos
Won DSiM for Services cent war against the enemies of Q
-if they can't afford to done exclusively by naval pCI' on-
Patrol Wing 10 played a vital the United States!!!
pay for it themselves, and if thereis cJjl uel. The cost Is borne by \\elfare
role In the early stages of the war Came Here In 1044
available hospital space funds derived from Ship's Service
in the Pacific against superior Rear Admiral Tow nail I i
over \ As indication to the
Applications for medical, pi of its an as
forces in hazardous hospl-1 i
Japanese oper- as Chief of Naval Air Trainingin .
of little
home should be madeon magnitude even a paper
ations for which its planes were I or care -
September 1044 following a
I VA Form P-10, and should be like the Air News, 52 tons of newsprint -
unsuited. Wagner was
Brilliant career as Commander of
i sent to the VA regional office or I paper) are consumed a yeari
awarded the Distinguished Ser'lceMedal ,
Air Forces Pacific and as! Com- r=::
In addition to the general i nits publication.
for meritor-
"exceptionally manding Officer of Carrier Division -
I Present staff! of the Air News
and distinguished service in a I hospitals the VA maintains medi- I II
ious Three.
includes this writer, a native of
cal and centers neuro-
diagnostic MS I
duty of great responsibility as While serving as commander of I
I psychiatric and tuberculosis hOl'pl-1 I Ne wYork City and Charlotte, N.
Commander Patrol Wing 10 during the carrier division he led successful I
tals and 10 veterans' homes, : C, who has been a feature writer
operations against the enemy in attacks on Marcus Island in I $50 a month, which is increased to
Far Eastern Areas" September 1043 For this he received I where vets disabled by Injury, (lIdagt' $60 after veterans have been on I and reporter for almost seven

Admiral Wagner returned to the a Letter of Commendationfrom or illness may live I the rolls) 10 consecutive :years, years prior to entering the Navy.

States In the Spring of 1942, for Fleet Admiral Chester W VA pays olt on two types of have reached the age of t>:5. on I'I'I Now the oldest member of the
staff he reported to the Air NewsIn
the first for
duty In the Twelfth Naval District, Nimitz USN, then Commander-in- disability pensions I I
1014. Jim Anderson2c
August, ,
San Francisco, later serving as DIrector Chief Pacific Fleet. disabilities resulting from injuriesor
disease received while in service CAN EXPRESS \ now holds down the double
of the Naval Air Transport For later successful missions
Service under the Chief of Naval against the Gilberts and Kwajaleln In line of duty, and the second for job (If make-up and covering

Operations, and on the U SCan Atoll he was given the Distin- permanently and totally disabled MERGER VIEW sports! Grecn'IIleC.He in a newspapermanfrom editorof

ada Joint Board of Defense. Dutyas guished Service Medal He also vets whose Injuries are not serv- was
the Cecil Field Beam before it
assistant to the Deputy Chiefof co. landed and directed the Initial ice-connected : IF PERSONAL
folded joined the staff threemoinths
Naval Operations for Air fol- aerial assaults on Tarawa and For the first type, payments
A recent
lowed and In April 1944 Admiral Makin range from $11,50 a month for a I AINav 461, dated 31 December ago. acquisitionis !
Bob Jones, SIc, of Beverly Hills.
Wagner became Commander cf) -S S 5- I 10 per cent disability to $115 for a 1045, gives Navy and Marine per- Calif, who handles: the art work

Carrier Division; Five Pacific Fleet S O YOUNG, TOO 100 per cent disability. More serious sonnel the "Ro-ahcad": to express I and produces those clever Wilco

and later Commander Air Task' Nominate, N, Y. (SEA),-Mrs, !!! disabilities rate special pensions their personal views on unificationof I
cartoons. Lois> Leser, Y2c, of Jol-
Group, 702. He was awarded a Elizabeth Turk sued for dames:: but the maximum is $265, the armed forces. Text of the iet, 111, is
gold star in lieu of second Distinguished In an automobile accident which -nd is given for blindness with the AINav follows: I our Inquiring Reporter
and WAVE scribe. Publnfo
Service Medal for meri- she claimed prevented her from loss of two limbs. According to "AINav 447 dated 19 December I
personnel assist in ',
torious service\ as Commander Air' dancing Mrs Turk is 95 Public Law 182, recently passed, 1046 Is canceled many ways
Workman \3c:
jwrtuulaily Kay ,
"When the President askedat I
of Reading, Mann, who handles
I' At Georgia- Warm Springs- I his!!! press 1043: conference whether his on message 20 December I, Commercial Bulletins and a major.

of the mailing.
to Congress of 19 December 19i;>,
urging the enactment of legisla- -

tion creating a single Departmentof ;ICharter Granted

Defense, was!!! intended to stop

further discussions fry naval officers Local
I Group Of
on the question of unification,

he replied he did not intend to I
muzzle anyone. The Picsldcnt's ex- Reserves

act words were as follows; Uianth 91 ot the I"leet Reserve

'I want everybody to expresshis AsBoUatoin was formally instituted -

honest opinion' on the subject '
lucHday night at a meeting of
: and I want to get the best: results!!! chatter members in the Mayflower

5,5s that are possible. In order to do Hotel in Jacksonville.Chief .

< that. I want the opinion! of every Machinist Walter Eeall

? body And nobody has been muzzled
organizer of the branch, acted as
installing officer in the absence of
J It will be" necessary now, the national president.

though, for all people who are in :I A charter was granted Branch
the services, to make a statementthat
01 21 December
on based on a pe-
a Fem. ?, ) they are expressing their personal 'I l"ion: signed by 30 members The
views and not the I
views of
i original group is making plans for
the Administration. I have
i.r expressed rapid expansion of the branch, and
rt yr those views myself is expecting a I Ire number of ad-j
'All officers of the Navy and ditionc'' members. |.

'f i i4f Marine Corps: and all others In the The association, founded 21
naval service hall
guided accordingly has In and
," years ago grown leaps
: bounds EllRlb' for membership'
-- are enlisted men of the Navy and
Marine Corps having six or more

Academy: ,Age yc-to honorable rcrvice who con-

;' tinue'' In service until ,transferred

: Limit Is 23The to the )Fleet Reserve or retired;

\ alsw.w ti.x .; ,.... ..'.o.d.Rw.n..x r,w.Aw any person transferred to the 16

< Naval infantile paralysis patients listen to a football game on the porch of the Navy Unit at Georgia Naval age limit for. entrance to the or 20-year classes of the Fleet Re-

," Warm Springs Foundation. The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis i H enabled to make grants in I Academy has been raised to serve or Marine Corps Reserve;

support of the Warm Springs Foundation through its annual March of Dimes conducted January U.31.I I 23 years for any candidate whohas and men on the retired list of the

Pictured (I to r) kneeling;: Maurice E. Haynes, Jr., Bethel, Kansas; Zachary Levy, Brooklyn, N. Y.; served honorably not less than Navy or Marine -

Sitting: Vincent L. Selferd, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Roger II. Copeland, Charles Town, W. Va; Dorothy 1. one year in the armed forces dur- Detailed Information can be ob-

Stewart, Fanwood, N. J.J; Earl Haltiwanger, Lake City Hi.; standing: Bobby C. Grin, Cherryvllle, N. ing the war and possesses other tained frolt}( E. D. Mally, ACMM,

Car.; Elmer D. Carson. Amaranth, Pa.; Donald L. Vives, Memphis Tenn.; Harold VV. Narigan, Tren- qualifications' : as required by law, chief master-at-arms, NATTC or

ton, N. J.J; Charles J. Gebhardt, Newark, N. J.; James R, Ramsey, Viola, Tenn. it was "announced In AlN&v 7, received VV. E. Beall,' Ch. Mach, Imn Bldg.
last week. 600, Ext. 339.

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} JtlA) Liuh 1 The Shape of Things to Come ., -

Editorial Office
Office of Public Information, Room 221 -I tewS oncLVieios f ramSabbn i f
Administration Annex, Bide. 951
\9 Telephone Extension 8512LI. 6'

Cvmdr. James F, Kall,., USSR. Editor LeaBy
The JAX AIR MEWS I I. published weekly at the U. S.
Naval Alt Station Jacksonville Florida, by the Office of
Public Information at no expense to the government and In Chaplain B. C. Gilbert
compliance with, Secnav Circular Letter (;) 28 May 1943.
'Copies\ are distributed tree of charge .526h Naval Air "I believe in God but I don't understandverv
Station, the Naval Air Technical, Training Center, the about religion."
Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Com much
mand, Naval Auxiliary 'Air Station Green Cove Springs, This confession of ignorant belief is sucha
Naval Auxiliary Air Station' Cecil Field, the Naval Air '
Gunner School, the U. S. Naval Ho iial, the Naval Aux- common one among those of our genera
Air Illaiy Station.Air Station Mayport.Municipal "0. 1, and the Naval Auxlllaiy tion that one wonders how this ever came .

to be called the age of scientific reason ; for
Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN Commanding such a point of view is neither scientific nor
Jacksonville Naval; Air Station
C.pUU Ford N. Taylor, USN Commanding the first century that St. Paul
Naval' Air Technical Training Center It was in
a Gret: :\people who were, in
( VS'N came across
Captain Clarence J. Blown MC) Commanding
I U. S. Naval; Hospital 1 much the same fashion, blindly paying tribute

Captain Mautlce M. De\\'olf, V NR. Commanding I to an unknown Go\I. His revelation of the
Naval Personnel Separation Center ) true intention of the divine will has been

Colonel) Martin J. Kelleher L'SMC: Ret.) Commanding 4Z'7) repeated so often since then in so many reasonable
Marine Barracks and scientific forms that it seems im-

Commander Edward Naval Air E. Gunners Dolecek School L'SN Commanding possible that there should still be those who I 1);

prefer to continue: in ignorance and doubt. VA
Commander Naval Auxiliary Howard Air E. Born.Station L'SN Cecil, Commanding FieldConmitndrr All of religion is not to be explained.

There will always remain the inexplicableand
John B. Huhn. USSR, Omma"dnc;
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Maypoit the mysterious.\ Intelligent study, however

Cut Marvin L. Seldfl, USMCR. will show anti interested inquiry will
t : Marine Aetaehment prove that the Bible, Religion and the

The JAX AIK NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Service Church have not been made obscure and
and Ship's Editorial Association mateilal. Republication 1 the of time and the
of credited matter prohibited without pel mission of CNS, meaningless by passage
War Department. 205 E. 4Mid St., N.V.C., or SEA. \\ atnIngton advances of science. On the contrary, they
25. D. C Republication of any other matter
except by service publications, II prohibited without have been made more crystal clear and po-
permission of Editor, JAX AIR NEWS. tentially dynamic. in their impact on human
Most of the ex-warriors who rf'a A Dog StoryA goals for the next forty years. The (question for today I The trouble with many of us is that we
j isf therefore this: HAVE YOU FIGURED OUT ANY have never enrolled in the kindergarten of

great and popular pastime during SMART WAY TO GET THEM? Now's' the time to do the 'I religious investigation ; have not learned the
these winter days and nights is a game called I planning. ABC's of our relation to God ; have never

"What are you gonna do when the war is learned to write our names in terms of ]His
over?" There's obviously no direct, honest fatherhood.
answer to the question which is why the More Acts, Less Words "Whom therefore ye ignorantly worship,

game is so exciting. His declare I unto you" Acts XVII-23.
Continued friction between management and labor is
Even Fortune the big dollar magazine
owned and operated by the husband of Congresswoman |: one post-war highlight that the forecasters didn't take into
I account when predicting speedy reconversion from war to
C. Luce, can't give a ready an-

swer to the question. In a recent issue, a I peace.The
survey of) returned service-men reveals that : wordy conference between General Motors spokesmen -

most of them are having what might be call- ,' and CIO representatives does not reveal any encouraging I'UIIn'\ FOR :ool'MIAJASl'AKY II, 1544ot'tt
ed a helluva time of it in their attempts to trends in the tension between the two groups. The CIO ):. Unit" M-rvli-i Chmilinn !1..1. F Iliihlvr.4IG .

pick up the reins where they dropped them I I idea that men should be paid a living wage and the General < Divim NATTY'vv'JWIMW:: 1 \, ire i Ch httpUm.|>.lnlrt, Edwin ImnrU Anlrw l_ Albert..
three or four years ago. One is an automobile I I Motors idea that there is a limit to the amount of extra labor I Hif.1. .|..M' j S-.vc.. (hflpUU K r.. (",,)'U.r.Di.in. .

salesman with no cars to sell. Another is a costs that can be absorbed under a fixed price ceiling are both 1410 Srmrti'\ChnrUm, for I Mm Coloitd Id 1'. Prrxmnrh Hailer.Caiballe KuiUmi aa4.

farmer who wants to get a job in the city. II reasonable enough. Prices must be high enough to absorb CliMirlt' MiiMIn Road and HlrmUtMm A....*.
The list of private difficulties contained in costs and allow a fair margin of incentive profit. Wages must 0630-\01101.\
the survey is impressive and thought-pro- I be high enough to permit reasonable security for wageearnI I 09JO IIIIO..Ma.: -Mah*.
ers. i 11(10Jllxh Man.
About the only standard item on every- The break-down comes, however, when men on both sides lhre.: .... M-irnr. Srrtlrei )1..11. H..4 sad Hlrml.|lismAtrnut.

body's wish list are 1. a girl, 2. a shiny au- of the labor-management issue give way to suspicion and I| 1100-Smull chapel.

tomobile, and 3. a house with a yard and a selfinterest.'hen ClO's lleuther offers a personal attack Latter flay SnlnUi, Small Chapel eoraer .( Mattli sad
nursery. Any lucky individuals possessing I!I upon General Motor's Wilson, instead of constructive suggestions KirniiDlim.
j 1000-;Mutual .
meeting (Wednesday
one or more of the items simply wants the :: and when Mr. Wilson defends himself with the same health i ltelllous i Services! sad 'I'II..blp) liars,
remaining item or items with intensified vi-!;I sort of ammunition, the consuming public loses. Not only does Friday, 1815! -Small Chapel, Muslin and Blimlnchnm.: v
gor. Those possessing all three probably nev: the public lose its chance for new Buicks and Pontiacs, but it I Malnslde.
Tuesday, : : .
er went to war anyway, but if even they did, I loses the economic benefit of normal buying and selling Every liHMSlO-Chaplalns1 1700-18JO-Chaplaln'i Office Office, NATTC.Tuesday. yellow Water

they are automatically barred from partici- obstacle to the return of sane living is twice as harmful NAGS;
there have to''''now with inflation and I FIst Thumday ot each month 1700-1830. Chaplain's OaSecond -
pation in the game. After all, misunderstanding, growing unrest flee I NAAS, Green Cove Mpilnus.
be some rules.A I threatening to choke off the reconversion process. I'hmsdsv> ot each monin, 1630-1900. Reading
Room, NAAS; : 1.151 port,
faithful readers of JAX AIR I President Truman has instructed his
survey of fact-finding boards, Thud 7'huradav of each month t 5(1()'1 630. Chapel Jax
NEWS would undoubtedly reveal a similar assigned to various phases of the wage disputes, to be guidedby Note No service In PBY Hangar Area.

situation. Say a man comes under the terms '' the "ability to pay" principle in handing down decisions. !II

of the most recent AINav and can expect to I I This means that the ability to pay of the employer is to be" LIhe Book Shelf I

return to the dubious security of his own the determining factor as to whether demands for wage$ increases _
brand of clothing on or before March: 1916. I by employees shall be granted. i If one of your New Year's resolutions! is e.

When he plays the game his answers may be We don't believe the ability-to-pay idea is the answer to to read more and better books, Mainside Library -

honest or they may be evasive. They may demands for wage: increases. In the first place, the principle ] has a wide variety of new and'old

even show some originality or imagination. would discourage private enterprise and initiative, since'' books which will make keeping your' resolution

Maybe he will say "I want a quiet rest and a profits would be eliminated by wages paid out if the factfinding enjoyable as well as worthwhile.
chance to sooth my bruised spirit." or maybehe board so indicated, and the incentive of capital would'' Those of us who think of the future as

will leer knowingly and say "I just wanta therefore be lost. Secondly, small businesses would be completely one of enduring peace should make a "must"of

resume my education, Buddy, and how I do beaten down, since they could not meet the high i reading Herbert Hoover and Hugh Gibson's
it is my own business." I TilE BASIS OF A LASTING PEACE.In .
wages paid by big businesses earning big profits. Third, the
But there's a man in Fort Lauderdale, recognized radical labor groups now so much in evidence, I UNCONQUERED ENEMY -
Fla., who undoubtedly has what it takes to would be encouraged to fight for above-ceiling wages that I Robert; Ballou has bared Japan's doctrine -

beat this game or any other, and we confi- would soon throw all industry into a turmoil and invite the i of racial superiority and world conquest -

dently refer all inquiries to him. His story establishment of a socialistic or cooperative state. Finally, I as well as described concisely the eight
basic source religions of the John B.
appeared in last Sunday's Times-Union, and world
the profits of business that are needed for expansion, replacement
it stood out clear and strong above the sur- of equipment, and depression contingency funds Powell, who was a newspaper editor, correspondent -
rounding gray re-writes of Associated Press I and publisher until 1912) : picturesthe
would be under constant attack by the labor unions.
dispatches. Probably some unusually alert leading f figures and events in the Far
And don't believe that the loud-talk-and-threat I
we East in }
subscriber} sent it in by mistake, under the : YEARS
the confereneres between labor and
now management CHINA I I
impression that the Times-Union was actually -
Time, the Weekly Luce News Magazine, or is the answer., ) If you enjoy the poetry of Emily Dick-
something. The finish to the labor-management battle now being inson, BOLTS OF MELODY is a Collection A'

Anyway this inspired man in Fort Lauderdale waged will be reached only when both sides remember that I of many of her hitherto unpublished }poems. ..,
got pretty tired of losing money on they belong to the same team with the same goal in view 'I Last year's theatrical season is reviewed in I

the dog races. So one day after he had lost in the meantime, the rest of us stand by and 1 wonder:' THE BEST PLAYS OF '1,11-1915"t'ditl'd!) by

:$600 on particularly repulsive dog, he when the cou try will get along com"ersion plans. It's I Burns Mantle. The.six plays) selected for the !

showed }his genius. Did he shoot the dog? No, about time to stop the nonsense in high places and settle annual award of the'New-'York Drama Critics' i

he ought the dog. Then he took his dog I down to prosaic but rewarding realities. A pie will yield just j i iso Circle! are published!> in THE CRITICS'"

home and trained it to deliver the morning I many slices, and all the wishing or demands in the world!I PRIZE PLAYS" and include "Winterset, ,
paper-which thereafter reached him in the will not add an extra slice) Let's distribute' the slices as fairly I "High Tor, Of" Mice and Men," "The Time ;

afternoon and plenty soon enough.That's II as possible, on the basis of known facts, and then settle down of"The Your Patriots.Life "Watch on the Rhine.: and 1

to make more pies. Let's stop claiming that wt>'re intelligent i
all. There's no }particular moral to ,I ; If the West is
your home if have
little unless it would be that let's prove it. or you
this essay, ever felt its "call," you will en1dj"| THE
there's no use in waiting for the atomic principle -I What this country needs is more team-woik, more menof ROCKY M011NTAINS, by Wallace A At-

to come to your rescue when it's possi- good-will, more appreciation) of our luck in 19! <1( -and more' I "TJ To get farther afield, Iravel'the HIGH>
: ;
y LM to use common sense in the meantime. Buicks. I WAY TO ALASKA with, Ileibcrt C. Lanks.I .




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Lois A. Leser, Y2c a
f r r
1 QUESTION: Do you expect to PRESENTS

. have a hard time finding a r'1 f.

( job? when you got discharged .

f Ky.I. .
don't expect to as I have a job THURSDAY

waiting for me. I have my own "PENNIES FROM HEAVEN starring Bing Crosby-a replay of
machine shop, but Just when I'll -a" one! of Blng's best. 1300-1700 &: 1930.
get back is one thing I don't know FRIDAY _
I IN.Aj I ( t "CORNERED," with Dick Powell." 17001930.

"SPELLBOUND," with Ingrid Bergman and Gregory Peck. 1300 \
I don't know. I know that I'm ( only, i
not staying In the Navy but just I (Basketball Game at 2000-JAX Fliers vs. Memphis NATTC).
what I'll do and If it will he hard j SUNDAY

to find a Job U something I'm not "SPELLBOUND," with Ingrid Bergman and Gregory Peck. 1130-

sure about I + 4 i is 1700 and 1930,
-'I DORRIT LEHR, Y2c, Belmont "MEET :ME ON BROADWAY," starring Jinx Falkenberg, and

i Fred Brady. 1300-1700 & 1930.
I don't expect to have to find a : TUESDAY
Job as I'm going on to school. I'm I "FRONTIER GAL," with Yvonne DeCarlo and Rod Cameron.
\ going to study Spanish and French i 1300.1700 &: 1930.
at school of lanc-uau. I 4)4 : WEDNESDAY
C "FRONTIER GAL. ," starring Yvonne DeCarlo and Rod Cameron

P+t. ..Yea
I'm going on to college. I've.I +r 1 Za STUDENT OFFICERS ,,: or ,
started a general engineering
course but might specialize In electrical TIIUKS. &: Fill. '",
engineering after the first "BLITHE SPIRIT," with Constance Cummtngs. 1930.

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HARRY OONTASZ, Sic, Baltimore BEVERLY YOUNGER, an NBC radio star In soap operas, is "CORNERED," with Dick Powell. 1930.
Md. one reason why some folks are anxious to see television made possible WON. & TUESi.

I think I have a job waiting for I in every home "SPELLBOUND," starring Ingrid Bergman and Gregory Peck.:

me when I get out I worked In 1930. 5 .5

the upholstering business before I WEDNESDAY '
entered the Navy and want to go "MEET ME ON BROADWAY," with Jinx Falkenberg and Fred\

back to it.CHARI.a'S. Brady. 1930.

ICLIN.E. Sic. Colver. .

Penn.I think. I to have i'' SWIMMING Indoor swimming pool, recreational swimming.
I' S E1011 1200-1300 and 1800-2100 week 1200-2100 and
i days. Saturday Sunday
I hard time finding job when I do) h' pyYYray" 1200-2100.
get out. I really would like to go
SWIMMING MEET Air Station Point .
-N.aval vs. Cherry Marines \
on to school and then find one.
I I Indoor Pool, Saturday 12 January, at 1100.
A Kentucky hillbilly watched his l\IUSIC-Muslclans Interested in playing in the Welfare Danca

EDWIN GOTOWSKI Sic, Chicago mother cooking victuals. Band call Ext. 498. Saxophone, trumpet, trombone, base pia/io, guitar.
: III. I i I "Better move a mite, maw, he Instruments furnished.

I'm going: Into a partnership in safd.""You be standing on a live Ily Lois A. Leser, Y2c j HOXIN'G-For information regarding workouts, contact Lieut. A.

the bakery business when I do get II coal. : The ambitions of two WAVES J. Rubino, extension 593; or report to Mamside Mat after 1500.
out. I was in It before I camp in "That BO, son ? said maw '
I attached to NAATC were fulfilled HOWLING-Six alleys located in Mainslde Recreation Building No. "
service" and it's still waiting for "Which foot? I' recently when both of them earned 3. Alleys are open from 1000 to 2100 Monday through Saturday, and

me. the right to wear the gold buttons I 1200 to 2100 on Sunday. Instruction available by appointment.
A farmer, noticing the hired arm rate and hat insignia of GOLF Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday through Saturday,
RUTH SONON, Sic, Reading, man with a lantern, asked where' chiefs.A i and 0800 to 2030 on Sunday. Colt clubs and balls are available at Golf
1 Pa he was going. I I House. trunks Golf Cpurse.
thumb-nail sketch of the two Bathing prohibited on
I I've already got one lined up- "Courtin1. lantern? 1 would "reveal the following: I ANCHORAGE--Open dally to enlisted personnel (with liberty
? With
that of being cluecook anfl l bot "Courtln1 a cards and uniform of the day), 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason
court.In' From Minnesota
when I was Minneapolis: ,
t tle-washer to the nicest marine in never took one Field'
t I ." tall, dark-halred, brown-eyed Ag-
the world. Whit more could I ask '
l'I'SNIS-Racqueb and balls are available at the Physical Train
I. Rekuckl enlisted in the
i "Yeah-and look what you got nes
for? WAVES on Nov. 11, 1912. at Minneapolls ing Building No, 726, and equipment rooms at Building No 3, and
and was called to active also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and Yorktown Roads).
A bargain is a good buy. A duty on Feb. 12, 1943. These dates'have I RECEPTION; ; CENTER.-The Reception Center, located in south
Want Officers goodbye Is farewell. A farewell is| been easy for her to remember : wing of Building No. 955, is open to N.A.S. personnel and their guests
To U t+L leave. My
to part part
from 1000 to 2200 dally. '
I as they fall on Armistice Day ,
For TrainingRequests girl left, me without a goodbyeShe and Lincoln's Birthday.Her I BOATING AND SAILING-Call extension 623, Yard Craft Building
I was no bargain, anyway.A for Information.
first to Oklahoma
for LTA flight trainingor assignment was I UUnAUV-Located on second deck of Mamside Recreation Building
i refresher flight training are desired Harvard man enlisted In the: A & M. College at Still- No. 3. Open from 0800 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and from
water Okla., where she attended
had been
now from officers of the Regular Navy as a seaman. He : I 1200 to 2100 on Sunday."OLl.E'IJ.I.L .
Navy and reserve, accordingto in service only a short time when yeoman school, graduating as a I BADMINTON, FOOTBALL-Officer per
AINav 9, dated 4 January 1916. / his officer posted a notice on the yooman third class. After a six sonnel previously scheduled for sports in the Auditorium are requestedto
It leave at home, she toJacksonville !
day reported
I In order to be eligible, reserve bulletin board. The man meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized activities.
26 1913 and
I Ij on April ,
and sniffed. Available in Issue 3
officers must have previously I ATHLETIC gear room, Building ,
h. was assigned to Officer Personnel
Within earshot of the officer,
J milled, or must submit along with | lower deck.
Office in what then known I
was as
"It Is hard to take or
their request, an application for said, pretty ---- -- ------ ------ --- -
transfer to the Regular Navy in I ders from a man who knows no NAOTC.In aome slight disadvantages if you ;d"d class. Her yeoman
accordance with present directives, better than to end a sentence witha December of '43 she made her would call all the ribbing she had I first stripe was worn from July 1,
i .. the AINav states. In addition, a preposition." yeoman second rate and was transferred to take as such. Only some fast 1944, until January 1, 1946, when
signed statement must be submit-1 I i The following day the bulletin in January of 44 to the Enlisted talking on her part kept her from I she gained her chief's rate.

ted indicating willingness to remain board carried another notice'. Personnel Office as corre- being truly initiated by a good I At present Chief Marshall is
I on active duty for a period of I "There is in this squadron a certain spondence yeoman In June, 1914, ducking in the St Johns River.Is secretary to the NAATC Boat Officer
one year after successful comple' amount of insubordination up her rate was changed to Ylc but she sorry she joined the in Building 953 and has jurisdiction
w tion of the training. with which I will not put." she carried the duties of acting Navy? "What do you think?" she over the other enlisted
Applicants: must bill less than 27 u -- chief yeoman from December 6, asked with a smile "It's all been I personnel In her office Of the various

years of age at date of submit I Ilion I Beautiful young wife: "Dear, 1941, until December 1, 1945, when pretty wonderful and I'm going to jobs she's done since she's
of requests, of the rank of i will you bring home some mousetraps her present rate became effective. miss it a lot, I know." been In the Navy, Martha says this
lieutenant junior grade or ensign, I tonight?" Her present duties Include the handling -, is her best one.

and must have completed a Adoring hubby: "But I broughtyou sonnel( of matters correspondence besides and per I She didn't expect to be a yeoman Outside of office hours, when the
mum of one year of sea minl'j six last wee:,." jurisdictionover when she first entered the : weather is good and she has the
a line officer in a ship or Wife: "I know, dullnbut/ ten enlisted personnel In the WAVES did Martha Marshall I ambition, you're liable to find her
squadron of the fleet. they've all got mice In them( Staff Enlisted Personnel Office whose rate is now that of Chief on the golf course, although she
must reach BuPers prior to 1 February -! now Chief Rekuckt's hobbles are Yeoman. But that's a little aheadof J admits that she doesn't play as
1916. I I many and varied but center on her story. I much as she would really like. Her
1 Boot: "May I kiss you ?" I dancing, bowling and keeping of a Chief Marshall hails from West I game--"just fair" was her comment
Another amateur Navy scrapbook on various sub I .
STRIKER"I Cal: "Jcepors1 Hartford, Conn, and was secretary
she likes all
1 ?" jects. Although sports, to the Century Indemnity Company Has she regretted joining the
she finds it hard to find the timeto
in Hartford before entering serv WAVES ? "Not on your life-I've
/ Sri do them. fills what
"There's a ladybug in your minutes Reading she have.up ice. She enlisted in the Navy on enjoyed It very much and wouldn't
soup, Corporal.' spare may for October 5, 1912, and was called for have missed the experience for the
The corporal fished out the bug, Although eligible discharge duty on the 9th of that month. She world," was Chief Marshall's an
in 1945 Chief Rekuckl
looked It over and said, "By golly,'I September, aid she didn't have time to catch swer. Although she was eligibly
has to until
you have bitter eyes than I have." signed stay February, her breath before she was on her for discharge on August 14, 1915
: 1916, but extend it after that
may j
way she has signed up to stay until
for another month two. There is -
sailor In the Pacific or February 1 with the l
A upon receiving just one thing she would like and Martha was one of the many,I possibilitythat
his ballot that is to be able to wear civilian who joined at the start of the I she may extend it' again. But
wrote: 'Tlunk you for clothes for Easter this year. "I'd WAVES ,program who didn't haveto she is looking forward to being a _..
It came as, a ,welcome apPlicatlon'j like a new color," she said. "I've go through boot training-just civilian sometime in the next few "

flattering surprise. This worn navy blue for the last three look: what she missed! She reported months. ,
time in 18 months I to the University of Wisconsinat As all the other WAVES chiefs "'
vited to express an opinion on any Waiting for her when she does Madison to radio school and have experienced, Martha came in ,
4.: thing whatsoever." return to civilian life is the job she following her training, reported to for her share of the kidding when f
I had before enlisting that of a NAOTC, Jax, as seaman second she first donned her gold buttons
II d'"O "My wife ,Is scared to death stenographer In the Administrative class (radioman) in January of and new arm rate. Her parting 4
radio work didn't i words were "but it i I' worth all
someone will steal her clothes. Division of the Highway Department 43. But appealtoo ,t
I "Doesn't she have them insured for the State of Minne! much to her, so upon authority that I've had to take" j ,

T""She > sota. "One thing I want to do is from the bureau, she had her ,. .
does better than that She take'Ii two months rest before I do rate changed to S2cY: ( ) iu'August' A true lover 'of"music, la, the one

haa someone.stay In the closet and go back to work, however said of that year4 who> puts' his ear to 'the keyhole
watch them. I found him there last Chief Rekucki. In September she was made yeoman when h* hear a* ladY' singing in
I II night." Gaining a chief's rate does have third\ class; in December she the bathtub.

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Memphis NATTC BeHents Play Fliers Here Saturday! Night

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I EVERYONE'S 'UP IN THE AIR' ......__ Hectic Game $ f

With' Corpus

,\ Ends 3736The

hot Hellcats from Mem-

I Il pbis NATTC will take the

l court here Saturday night at'

.. I 2000 to give the Fliers their

'1." .. stiffest basketball game so
I far this season.

REVIEWING ROSE BOWL GAMES The Fliers have been anything
I but lukewarm themselves, how-
By JIM ANDERSON, Y2c I 2 1 ever, and will be no pushover in

The 1945 football teams can now be stowed away among the Malnsida Auditorium gam.
the moth balls. They caught fire In the last half

With two dozen of them appearing in New Year's money I at Corpus eked out Christi the Texans last Saturdayand 37-36,

games, they can post their records, hang up the trophies, and after trailing most of the game.
promptly be forgotten with previous stars who have shone I Grounded because of) bad weather

brilliantly in the spotlight for a time. For there are few stirred up by a Texas Tornado,
Fliers did not return to
the Jax
Knute Rocknes and Red .
Granges '
art I Monday night and this fJj"until
Until Fall the massive stadiums will be as barren as a t m. caused cancellation of a scheduled!
sailor's ice cream bowl when he licks the last lick Which getsus ..iI game at Parris Island, S. C., Tuesday -
around to bowls. e"e"i The NAS squad goes to
Gainesville\ tomorrow night for a
It's gotten so any town with more than three members 1 return go with University of Flor- .

un the Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a bowl game. i ida, whom they defeated 47-38
Looking at what Webster calls "a slender tube with a small I here last Friday. Next Wednesday "
which from mouth the the team goes to Louisiana to meet
bowl at one end., js dangling our ,

writer wouldn't be surprised to find a bowl game going on in i I the The Barksdale Memphis Army fame fl\e.N bj far the ,

his pipe any day now. We find the ants playing the cockroaches a' t highlight of this week's cage '

in the Sugar Bowl of our coffee mes .. The field was ,game The! HelUaU, one of the ',,
dry, so the fast ants rang rings around the beefy cockroaches. I top team In the country, hate lost '
this season but their -.
Final score: Ants, 20 ounces of sugar; Cockroaches, 12.. hiring of Octorle* ii longer than a ,.
ounces sugar and one dead cockroach. Navy Alnat' on the point formula. -
We were well pleased with results on New Year's Day, as might The la.ee I were to the ArUansnI1
any rebel be. Being about as southern as Fred Allen's senator the : Ka/orbavkn and the Norman s
reason we stand to give a lady a seat on the bus is because there Is a | k'Ja'kt'I'. ::1I
certain part of the country we favor best. (Yeah, I know, no one ever l I Memphis will be decided favorites ,
gives: us a seat nowadays.) because of their offensive! headed 'f
When the Nawthun' boys squelched our Suthern' gentlemen at by Center Fred Schaus, who U \
Montgomery prior to New Year's, it looked like the Dixie delegates I usually good for 15: or more point '|
to the bowls were In for some rough wear. I' I The Hellcats are coached by Lt. '1\\
Harry Gilmer was too great, I Swede Phillip, who piloted and '
fi however, and was the major difference I played for the Purcell Gunners lat ',4.
Pin a
between the teams as Ala- Tourney I +', II IIa season '
I barn became the first team ever to I Harry Platt was the high-flier la ..'l
defeat Southern Cal in the Rose Being Planned I ) 1' vk the Fliers win at Corpus Christi. *
Bowl, 3414. The men of Troy had The Texans led at half-time 23 to *
I previously won seven sparkling I Entries are now being taken, 1 14, but the Fliers came back as J
Pasadena games, and Trojan teams for a singles bowling tourna-, I Platt personally accounted for 11 '|
are the reason the West leads in ment that will be held for NAS I points in the second act of the hec- -,*
total Rose Bowl games, 16 to 10. I I Jax personnel, Lt. Sterling I I tic game. The score stood 37-36 ;;'"jI
Alabama, too, has a great recordin Geesman said yesterday. II i with four minutes and 50 second. "w
the Arroyo Seco. The Crimson :I The ntries should be filed at I left to play and the game ran out
Tide has won five, lost one. It wasa the gear locker in the rear ofl* i I with neither team able to hit the ,;
"natural" that the two outstanding -I' Recreation building No. 3. i hoop for points.A .
sectional' teams should be pit ;P newcomer joining Joe 1'ro"ll'r \:
ted In this year's classic. 'Tatum Seeks a ; 1 ''anll Kill DeMar at forward U ;;:
Let's look over the record of : T J, Ary, l\-footer from K\an-
each: I I tille, Ind., who formerly played '!
with the Iowa Seahank and wa< .<
southern California ,; Two Fliers
1023-U.S.C. 14, Penn State 3-- an end on the Corpus Christl grid >a.
I I team last I'all.Swim .
This was the first game played in .
the present Rose Bowl, with Gallo At Oklahoma
way, Calland and Bullet Baker
turning In outstanding perform Jim Tatum, who coached the Jax i Season
/' ances. I Fliers to a successful grid record i

1930-U.S.S.C. 47, Pitsburgh HPiU's this past season, reported at the 'II' : With J
six all-Americans were no I i University of Oklahoma campus Opens J
match for Troy's Duffeld and this week to become head mentorof
Saunders: who ran and passed as' the Sooners football team. !
+ they pleased. I Tatum wants Ray Bray for his, Meet Here "

1932USC. 21, Tulane 12-The line coach and Art Guepe to tu-
Green "\Vave rolled up 18 first j 1 tor his backfield men, it is understood The NAS Jax swimming team
downs to Troy's nine, but Southern The ex-Flier coach had both will open a new aquatic season
Cal got there fustest with the of these men under his tutelage Saturday afternoon at 1400 in the
mostest. I I while the Fliers racked up nine'' station Indoor pool when strokesare
and lost two. But it matched with Marine swimmers -
1933-U.s.C. 35, Pittsburgh 0- games appeared FLIERS 47; I'LUKIDA 38-The tip-off in top photo starts the
The Panthers were no match for,I doubtful that either would go to game as NAS Center Platt, No. 7 and U. of Fla. Center Henderson from Cherry Point, N. C.
Howard Jones' great Cotton War- Oklahoma. I go after the ball. Joe Trosper Flier forward, is shown in lower photo Lt. Paul King coach, has 14
.. Bray, who was a strong part of I making a "crip shot." formers on the NAS squad. He per-t1>\
burton company. ,
the local's forward wall bv starring also scheduled home and
1939-U.S.C. 7, Duke 3-A last- -at tackle, is under a two-year BASKETBALL meets with NAS Pensacola.! 1 1))
minute pass heaved by Doyle Naveto contract to the Chicago Bears. Pensacola will come to the Jax 1
Al Krueger tor a touchdown Guepe, former Marquette star and natatorium on 22 January, and the I

proved heart the in stroke a story that book finish.brokeDuke's number one signal caller in start- NAS Jax Court Is Not Meant For NAS team will go to Cherry Point
Ing plays from the Fliers' T formation for a return meet on 2 Februaryand
1940USC. 14, Tennessee 0- is expected to return to to Pensacola on 9 February.
Schindler, Banta, Krueger and Fast Games And Large AttendanceBy
his pre-Navy job as backfield NAS Jjftc team members are: '.
Lansdell teamed up to pace the coach at the University of Virginia Jim Anderson Y2c Freestyle-James McNally, S2c,
Trojans. I and-Tro-P'er-- t-- !
The JAX AIR .NEWS' latest 5. DeMars forwards Austin High, Minn.; R. C. Flem-
1944-USC. 29, Washington OJ The new Oklahoma mentor was sports editor went to the Fliers- could be called the "Dead- ing, S2c, Plant High, Tampa; T S. '
-Jim Hardy pitched three touCh- assistant coach for Carl Snavelyat Florida basketball game in the Pan Kids," because of their icemen -, Duncan, SpAJ2c( Park Ridge, Ill.;
down passes. Cornell and North Carolina be- Malnside Auditorium last Thurs- I expressions. But coolness' Joe Baldwin, SpA)3c( ) Boston,
.1(41)-US.C. 26, Tennessee 0-, fore the war, and helped Don Fau- day night, was "bounced" from his I' makes for a good basketball play I II Ier Mass.; A, C. Rasmussen! ARM3e,
Hardy set a bowl record by conne rot with the Iowa Pre-FHghters In seat when a Jacksonville sports Venice High, Venice, Calif.: A. C.
passes, and ran another over. .............-.................... ... ........... ...... editor arrived, stood on one foot ---- I Mushinsky, S2c, Lew "
Alabama1936Alabama and then the other through the I rOKMKK: STARS HhlCK; High, Gary, Ind; B. Szpyrka, Sic,
20, Washington game, and came away with,the fol- Lt. Bill Bradley sat quiety on I Chadsey High, Detroit, Mich.: R.
19-Johnny Mack Brown, now a lowing impressions and no notes: I the Florida bench watching the G. Fix, S2c, Tonawanda High, Ton- 1'
film luminary, aided the Tide to 1. Whoever designed the audi young Gators go down by a 47 to awanda, N Y.Breaststroke, .
I I C, L. Berman,
touch- torium to house the basketball 38 score
victory by taking a 59-yard "
down pass. court evidently had not heard that I At halftime, Lt. Biadley was :M3c. Stanton Military Academy,
basketball draws the largest attendance approached. Virginia. "
1927-Alabama 7, Stanford 6-
Passes: featured all the scoring In'I of any sport. "Hello, Bill \\here you been """ I Backstroke F Brown, AEM '\\
this great contest. 1 2. The out-of-bounds appears to I "Oh, around," the affable ex- 3c, Hillsboro High Tampa; P. W ) .
1031-Alabama 21, WashingtonState be somewhere amongst the spec- Florida star replied, "mostly about I Johnson, HAle; and P. .J
Campbell of the Tide stole I Ii tators. It's easy for a person in I the Pacific." I AMM3c, Lltthfleld High, Lltchfteld,
the first row to have his feet stepped It was the usual Conn.
the show by scoring 15 points and! sort of trivia
i churning the sod for 109 jards I upon by a Cast forward dribbling ; between two fellows who had beenon Di'ingDruce Hailan, SpA)3c, .1
from ecrimmage. J down court When the play- a campus at the same time Lansdowne High, Lansdowne, Pa. I
1935-Alabama 29, Stanford 13 ers get lost in the crowd, the referee about 12 years or so hence. (Junior National AAU Low and ,''
-With a deadly passing combinathn calls it out of the court. Bradley and Spurgeon Cherry, Highboaid' Champion, 1943): and
; of Dixie Howell to Don Hut- 3. And about those referees, they the Florida coach, played together Jim Harnish, Sic, -
son working in clock-like precision did a good' job but were inclined en a sparkling Gator quintet in the per-In- 1933-:--'Bradley'-- ----Homr- -

1, Stanford$ despite Bobby Grayr -, towards a slow whistle. Seems early 30>. Bob Pittman, another Wins For Tars." For Bill Bradleywas
lion, woo impotent. should be more like "Sailor Sees member of that team, was also a good Class B ball player
1938: -California) 13, Alabama, 01'umbleu Girl." here and was wearing a "Ruptured when he was an outfielder for
t caused the Tide to lose 4. The toys from Gainesville, appearing Duck" in his lapel. Pittman and Jacksonville.Bill .,
, its first bowl tilt. very young competed to Bradley not only starred on the was separated ,from serviceat
!' Now tilt 1046 team can be filed I previous university quintets, (or) I court but were* big gun on the the local Separation Center lot
, away,'am) with It the notation that j are we just getting old?) were I university>baseball team. Thursday' He piano to I stay In
'. ecnoall JU') Marry Gilmer J6 a 'Bao : too eager and did not net up plays We can. remember reading a Florida. Florida will bo glad he Is
mal w* t.'*'Mni' be stepped.Trrq i .IIMT rn"------I like the more experienced Pliers. dateline In a, Jacksonville new pa- bere.Page .

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10 January, 1946 ,JAX AIR NEWS Page -Seveniffei j

J WILCOrpo Big Food Firms Making Up I Commercial rj}

Wartime Labor ShortagesBy Bulletin .

,. I Bulletin must be submitted 'hy HI*
I. Camp New gpap r Service I ---- rach: !Mund.r.lit. .

r. Ea People have to eat which simply Pollo- FOR: SALE*Z3.

means that a large number of men CumfleU ofllter unlfoim vulflu. blur,
1, and women will be. .employed in the gietni, white, gubuid ne and collon
food industry during the post-war Continued from 1'age One khaki bridge tout and ruin tout, (cent
ey which Americans} have contrib aiz, 39. wait. XI). Edward C. 0..ell.,
< period. How many depends on the uted to the March of Dimes has Jr, 4810 Arpahu Ave, 1',1.,) i.IM: .
degree of prosperity we enjoy. Dexter washing
Twfa machine good condition
$ aided children and other relativesof
& < Food purchases closely follow the IJ3: Alrllne-tuble radio, 113: 4,pier*
& volume of national Navy personnel In the Pacific driftwood atyle I living loom or porch
iI---/\ 4K The gifts of our citizen have thus! net, spring tilled cushion, nil-cloth, upholstery -
I. ( power $95: oak dinette let with
x lightened the burden of mel who
leather seats tl*: otk bedroom tt,
? 5Mvr'.y The big food processors such as were already heavily burdeicj by ia6: 10" electlio fun Id: dressing table
F Hormel, Swift, General Foods, and the concerns of war. I uige all mj IS: table lamp. Iii; haisoilc, $3: 1
especially General Mill expect:( fellow countrymen everywhere to pair cflitnM rayon curtain hhoiO,
1250 1413A Child bt.
I liftS.
high production levels for some contribute to the :March of Dimes. 2.room cabin (combination living room- .5
time to come. President Harry A. General A. A. \anilergrift, Commandant bedroom and kltchen-d nine. room) anil
Bullis of the last named company, United States Mat':ne I completely furnished Within easy walkIng -
in distance of main fate to NAS. If
his annual report to stockholders ,
I Corps: "The Marine Corps is at interested phone 4113 J..AS. and ask tor
says flatly that "the outlookis ways willing and glad to be o? assistance Biuber. MAMJeMI "*titln mutt room.

bright I in this worthy causd: The .'Phis li. a real buy for a mm, In the

Many of the big food compa- light against infantile paralysis is I, erv ceBobton
Bulldogthoroughbred/ lit mo. old.
nies were handicapped during the I worthy of the support of every 1 male 3J03B: Blair M.. Dewey 1'1I1'L. Call
war by manpower shortages; Ame can By united effo-1 we any time.

these outfits are now making up can achieve victory over this enemy ; house trailer '43 Older .1'. bill.in bed(;
these shortages, and some have I in our midst as we have over I I and baby bed II I. Haley Trailer Faik2'4x3' .
speed graph camera, fully equip
hired veterans
formerly in our enemies abroad'Admiral with
,led exposure meter dm holder,
.& .. their employ for the purpose. I I Jonas II. Ingrain, Com 1lmpl1o adapter tripod, 8 filer", and
.'Yt>.lh, I know fellows, but I'm waHin", to :see; the new Big Exports Loom : mander-ln-Chief, U. S. Atlantic attHihment rung-?.finder. flash gun durable >
carrying cusp lulu 1111'1.1 of film
II" uniforms." However, the food Fleet: "We have made H clean and flush bulb !Included E.| O. knight,

__ --- ers and distributors manufactur.j sweep of the ruthless aggressors Ext. 288 or 9.4iJ48icxm : .
number of employes In of the war who have been blaguing houM. bu h. I lights and phone, 2.
;, I Points and, naturally, they believe their mankind. But there is an enemy at 7/10 acre of land nice yard and shrubbery
I 104th St. Kte 4. Box 400 J. C.
SP' first obligation is to them. home still scourging our fellowmen Ii....in, 'rP|. 2-ass-'.
0 The end of the war finds half That enemy is infantile par- Venetian blind. porch sun screen. porch
Continued I rum Page One the earth hungry and with its livestock aljsis Your dollars helped us to rhuir. yard tads, miscellaneous items
+ ::. < will drop to 37 on :i Maid. and produce decimated. So, march triumphantly to Berlin and 3 4j611 living Boxwood room t Rd thHir. .lei toffee i 80S9 table. bed

Difference In Kate while Army and Navy orders have Tokyo. Your dimes will help in the' mHUresi and springs, dresser breakfast
A reduction to 35 points will be been cancelled, many of the big I national fight against this dreaded art Ironing bonrd baby nib highchair
I and alal 1 I 1. and .end. 8810B Norton
I effected on 2 March tor male elec operators in the field may be producing disease. !\t.. Dewey Park

tricians' mates, except EMCB( ). for export, some through Admiral H. };. Ingrrsoll Com- '41 Chevrolet couch, A.1 condition new
Male storekeepers (CB) steve- UNRRA, others independently mander Western Sea FrontierI: I motor paint and biake*. E, E. Kenny,

dores, watertenders (CB), machinists Wiges' in the food line are not; "The work done by the National urnlture AMM c, to 1JJ3U furn Hancock sh' kitchen St., I living MA*>. room

mates (CB) machinists' mates ing like the sky-high salaries war -Foundation for Infantile Paralysis I anil bmlrocm 1 :Sgt.;: H. C'. Rugenstem,
gas, and electrians mates (CB) workers received while GIs were in combatting this disease has my Ext "3,
I *"
J: will *-e dropped to 33 on 15 Feb- getting $::50 per (or a little more). I"' complete support. To assist you in Speed with graphic''.MM if4j earner len (141/813"4 x ) vquiiped compute

C" ruary and 32 on 2 March Male As vets are beginning to find out your forthcoming appeal for fundsis I dhutte,'. Memlolnon peed run. solenoid
specialists (I; punch card, accounting those stories were mostly exaggeration not only a duty, but a privilege. trip: 2 cinephore lent.*; 1/35 mm. 111

machine operators, specialists | It is only by unremitting and determined I comer 1 \\ollensak tens; 1 tripod len (12"1 focussing) in barrel cloth: 10:

I (XI) transportation, or hospital -. According to the U. S. Bureau of I'' effort that we can reduce',II boxes of out.duted film: 1 K2 filter 1269
jrpsmen with a specialty in Labor Statistics, average weekly' the danger of this disease and fir Cumberlnnd RI, lei 2.46jS.

physical therapy. or occupational earnings in the meat-packing Industry nllv: remove it as a threat to our Living. room Ave and Dewey kitchen Pk.lin..tte furniture 81 n.BIII'r \
U.S.NAVAL HOSPITAL <> for a 46.5-hour week national health." I ? .
therapy p' icd to cont' n- were act; Daven bed; platform lotker,
tal U. S. Naval l Hospitals, or U'S. $43.43 in 1913. The average salary I Last year. in a spontaneous par- coffee table, end-table. occlI.lon,1 table

Sly Oliaoe INpkln, };n'4. (.NC) navel special hospitals change to for meat cutters in retail stores 'I'I'I ticipation that encircled the globe, I drawer, 2 .vanities Hollywood. 1 tool bed., 8 let chests of and box:
.. Captain Robert J. Vaughn < MC> 40 on 2 March. I I ran from $25 to $35, although' men and women of the services de- ruing. :2 mirrors, ironing board. 124,\
USN, Executive Officer of the hos- Female enlisted personnel, except there are a few cases of $75 men. vised stunts and programs to aid I Hancock \t.. NASH .

pital was detached this past week I thot rates specified below, | From Food to }JoomlOne the fund raising appeal. March of I, kitchen rooms of edition furniture 1231. d Cumberland the*. silverware,Rd.l ,

for duty at the U. S. Naval Hospital II will have their point requirements new development in food Dimes appeals were translated into Auto rAdio True.tone. pushbutton control .
NOB. Norfolk, Virginia. Replacing -; lowered to 21 on 2 March. Female which may affect the industry is the languages of many countries *. perfect cond tion. Owen" Fxt.:
I 1 the sale of quick-frozen foods. The I where American servicemenwere 8332.
Executive mailmen drop to 21 on 15 Febru-
Captain Vaughn as Servel i: gas refrigerator. 7 cu ft. 11 C. 0.
Officer is Captain Joseph W ': ary and on 2 March and thereafter I prediction is that the sale of such stationed. I West :1T4U Uuy\ew! Ave.. Ext. 6C3
Kimbrough (MC) USN, reporting', conform to the point scores of un- !I products after the war will increase Electric heater bowl type.' I): potable
kerosene heater IV: S3 gal l: oil drum
greatly. That means a
from the First Marine Division. restricted female enlisted personnel with faucet. II. 443 newood Rd.. Klveidnl -
--- I I Female yeomen, classification change in the operations of the Recruiting To Gal'dm'. .
I specialists! and storekeepers will' major food houses; it may also FOR KENT
Lt. Comdr. Ethel J. McCormack :
I 2 March. Female I II make the butcher in the neighbor- OfficesAll furnished bedroom and bath above ,
... need 25 points on Be At garage
(NC), USN, Chief Nurse for the I, hood market primarily a dealer in overlooking gulden. Rood ne ghbi,'hcxxl,
:: past year, was detached 29 Decem- i specialist (II> punch card account neat bus line. Tel 2.J04j.
'Iv 'i' ber to final leave after more than ,I ing machine operators, specialists packaged, pre-cut meats. re-enlistments In the Regu- Private sleeping room with 1 living room
I I (XI) transportatoin, hospital corps- On the other hand, there arc lar Navy, and all USNR or USN-I and kitchen tilvllege Tel ".oS.'SHOUM : ,
r. 26 years in the nurse corps of the I for rent, furniture for tale. Cull
those in the trade who insist that re-enlistments in
with a specialty in physical enlistments or
.:. Navy. Succeeding Miss McCormack I men I | nny time ut 5263 Transylvania Ave,
will still be of
there plenty customers -
as Chief Nurse, is Lt. Arlia therapy or occupational therapyand the Regular Navy can only be I W esconnett
i rembrooke NC), USN.Mrs assigned to continental U. S who want their meat cut I made at Navy Recruiting Stations i iI I WASTED i
t naval hospitals or U. S. specialhospitals before their eyes, and that a" frozen unless made at the activity from A funUhed apartment or house, prefrr-
food locker on every other cor- I ably with 2 bedrooms (to rent). Dr. .VIII .
25 and within
reduction to which I
receive discharged I
; C. J, Brown, Mrs. J. W. I 'I red E.\t: 8046
and Mrs. Halle Cohen on Match ner wont mean a thing. 'hours, according to a directive A ride for 3 CI\ I Service worker*, from
Kimbrough, --rte. As for candy making, a most I from BuPers received here lastweek. I| JHX Bench to NAS, s-1:30; 6 cloys .a
"..., were the judges for the Christmas' important ingredient, sugar is still'I I week Jack Hull S'oR Neptune Beach
...:; decorations of the hospital. First rationed which I I Tel Ext. 11522.
NAS CommendedBy tightly means any I I To rent. unfurnished house, En*. J, C.
went to Ward C-3 second to I
'. prize wont the : because of food or
... I anticipated expansion come during war | Dowdy. >xt. 54jUrueitlv .
Ward D-l. Wards B-3, B2, B-l,1 I until the supply of cane is plentiful -I, ration point shortages, and some wanted. tide from tee field or
and A-l received honorable mention Texas CityThe The WilliamVrigley Jr. Co., (I of these will continue to eat in i i the vicinity of Gipen Cove Sp, ngn. to
I NAt Separation Center. hours S 4: to.
____ Chamber of Commerce of El of Chicago, for example, told CKS I restaurants now that the shootingIs .Ann blarinek l.xt 8S2oA .
that it doesn know when ration- over Restaurant operation is a baby carrying; basket and deciliter forI
The March of Dimes Ships' Com-i Paso, Texas, has sent a letter of ing will end and is making no I science nowadays, he continued, I baby bottle E. C CW os'. Ext. 602
appreciation to Capt. A. R. Brady, 41 or 42 door sedan. told or ChevroletIn
dance will be held in the hospital '
pany until it is of and must know .
sure a menu plan
Officer of i AS Jax plans necessary man excellent rond tion. Will trade 37 2
Commanding ,
auditorium :2000-2100, 31 January ingredients for chewing gum. I' ning, food service, mass feeding, i door lord: t-odnn. In good condition goodtire 1
Bring jour dimes, come and ] for the planes and personnel sent Restaurant Outlook sanitation, area layout and ,' *, plus fill rash payment to cover'
dance and let' the National to the Texas city to participate in I operation I'I! difference In "tlle. R. A. Clark) Ext.
a help
Ex-servicemen who have the ex- and related subjects. If you 1 639.Ride! .
International Aviation Da' recently '
Foundation for Infantile Paralysis I perience, training, and ability have don t think your experience at IP I', from 0 ceola and College. Riverside
) in their March of Dimes drlv'e. The observed there. a good chance in the restaurant qualifies you to run a Main St I I to > \<.
orchestra' will be announced later I Lt Comdr. Kilgore in charge of Rid to and from NATTC for two girl\ I
: .
V. e. business, although the chances for hash house, better get a job in one living on Welt Ninth :::'t.. between the
'" '"' I the group from J .cksonville, was failure through inexperince are before investing jour savings.iIUMAN hour of 8:00.4:30.: Rose hathy ut 81 IS
On Sunday, 13 January, at 1500 especially mentioned in the letter greater than in other lines, says: I ((8.4;30)) or after 8:00.: Tel 5.S602,J.

in the hospital auditorinm the Choral :gned by officers of the El; Paso Samuel R. Sperans, president of I CASH REGISTERHarrisburg I Light S. C.model All *on automobile, lildg. 600.. in i.M Rood Si C'nnditlon.*.

Guild of Jacksonville will present Chamber of Commerce and chair- Nathan Straus-Duparquet, Inc., Pa. (SEA).-Seven Wanted '38 "r '39 Mr for rash CM UO .
Handel ")ressiah." .Be sure : man of International Aviation one of the world's largest suppliersof teen-month-old Larry Lingle swallowed 'Brlen. Extension 10D or 2.Jt'C" ven .

::.I; to make this up as a "Don t miSS." Days. z I hotel and restaurant equipment. I a nickel and coughed up a1 19,16 ntr Plymouth'*. deluxe coup, In Rood con.

'I ".. -- The success of the exposition : According to Sperans, many penny The change has not been d tion, will trade for cash difference, > for
Tip Top Revue," a USO show "\ :e possible in a large part I people got the restaurant habit recovered. 1419 or Inter model .t>dan. Call Harrell,

;-, with singers, dancers, and comed through your co-operation and the -80

fine way your boys conducted WINTER NOT OVER YET Have witneoii' MISCELLANEOLS of person taking ludy bill
January. themselves and participated in the fold at CPO Club, Isevr'leurs Ivc Return
r : show by presenting the four Cor- immediately and no .action sill b*
Red Cross has 25 IP ken. Mm. A. I I.. Van Hoose, 1124\
sairs, the Helldivers and Hellcatsin Allegheny RJ
mentary tickets for comPIi-I' such an able manner .the thou- Anyone Interested in attuhlng advanced
, spnnel only, for the Don sands of people thoroughly enjoyed :Spanish; (conversational courrel, contact t
concert which will be Don'it Lihr, at Ext. 830i or 8304 Avery
i it, and were Immeasurably im- ay well.qualiaed teacher can be procured -
George Washington Auditorium 21' pressed," the officers wrote. .BU'S # to conduct the couv-e The cln,
: ::. January. will be I roiled to four or five student",
t I ,... "1 AIMS .XT RUTH RLCOltU x 00 If you are Interested call Immediately

; We welcome to the hospital Lt. Ted Williams, formerly at t1lllbt time in t de.by.t de Tmlorcraft
staff: NAS Jax and now stationed in his r D Punl Injunction 01 solo time. Writ or

, j! Lt. Curtis G. Rorebuck (MC), native San Diego will soon be dis- contact Y. R. Montgtmeiv, AMM2c. Box
l 1\1\ luiHtion Office Km 2.3 Bl Ig.OS4 .
USN, from duty aboard the U,S.S. charged as a Marine Corps flier .

:. Biscayne, Lt. Fred M Harper. and recently told friends he would LOST

.,: f "'. MC), USN, from aboard the break Babe Ruth's home ,run rec- Man' ,B 5L IOVH,'.. A.wrist L. Van watch House, stainless, 1124.\.steelRevel .VIl.'tihmy -
'. USS Lycoming; Lt. Marvin Har- ord of 60 when he returns to the Kd
win (MC), USN, from the U. S. Red Sox next season. .s
APTI'-r4U'tm 4l/
Naval Special Hospital Palm Ted now weighs 200 pounds, \V TEST
Beach, Lt. (jg) Lawrence.A. Pjle, which is 20 pounds above his former R ct h F e a fef The latest Washington story Is

Jr, (MC), USNR,. from the Potomac plajlng weight that they have a very simple and
River Command Washington, I rapid test for stenographers there

D C; Lt Vivian A. Ablshier (NC), DOGEV DOINGS now The candidate for a job is

USN, from aboard the U.S.S, Haven New York (SEA-Macyi) De- ushered into a room which has in

," Lt, (jg) Edith R. Patterson I partment Store is offering mink ( .tR( W w it a washing machine, a typewriter

(NC), USNR, from the U. S. Na- coats for dogs. For puppies or little and a machine gun. If the gill
'., .... val Dispensary, Tampa darlings Wee dachshunds, e.-,1.-- recognizes which is the typewriter

Detached: only $199 for larger mutts he's hired.
they're : _..... ., rti'g t? S.\,. a -.RAr.
fa'.It{ r, Cowtlr Robert F Sturr (MC), they run $246 ......,., ---- I ,
>1)\) ,;, USNR, Lt. Com r. Joseph: D. Mc. BECAUSE Tin: LORIDA weather has been something the A IIOMEBODV

Blroy (MC), USN; Lt. (jg) Onnie TIIATB ENOUGH California Chamber of Commerce would like to write about this Salon Mass.. (SEA), Mr .
W iSilfiBom: (SIC), Ens. Yolando Attend, Ky. (BEA=A ll! lb. week"the above scene Is put here ns a reminder .that Winter' not Constance Wallace sued for divorce -

I Caen obi (NC), USNR; Lt. (jg) baby, her twelfth, wab born to 40- over. Swat jockeys of the US NORTH, CAROLINA had ,to dig on) grounds' that'her hue-

Xenoblft Tnrlcton (NC), USN, year-old Mra.. John Castle.. Mr. .them elveit out of the snow before they. could make libcity", 'in New bhml "etayetl )some too jinuch' and
"harm. E. A. Jones (HC), USNR. Castle Is U; I York recently WAR ton affectionate.

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t Civilian Employees' News i Four Shops Are Presented 'E'

Addr*.. Communications to Editorial Off let,.
k Personnel 1 Relations Office. llldg 419, Box tl '

Telephon, Extrn.lon<< ISS Awards For Production Merits

The Civilian Employee New, a two-pax section of the Jax Air New. I I. devoted -
to retorting the new of the Naval l Air btiitlon'. Civilian Employees and -
i I. sponsored l by the
h -- --- -- -- -
Lmplaytt' A..I.Iion fer Civil Service rml.r- In an impressive ceremony
Officer held Saturday .5. January, PRODUCTION E AWARDS MADEpJCTu

Kenotb M. McDuffU) President Philip D Me,.. Treasurer shop 1116 icpair
I' tlorm Gnnnawajr Secretary emergency
division shop, 201A overhaul
1\\ Direcler' ,
lortn GannHWay (C..n'lI I) Frank II. McKinley (PW) control division, shop 863 electronics "
William O Kincaid (Gen'I) J. .'. NetlUPWl. (
Melt C Jackson IA A R) Kenneth M McDuffi (Sui..ly. ) division and shop 477
Joseph Fagan fA" RI) hilip \). Myere (!:Supply i metals division u '
tharlet E:. rt.ld (A &R) were presented -

News Rep. *ilim.Staff, with E pennants for production
Assembly and Repair for the
.if Head k..I>ort.r. ....................................... Eulevn WIIIn! (huin efficiency
inspection i IVpurtnienti months of September, Octo-
Head Keiwrter ............... ........................ .Helen M. Byron ber
Public. Work Denartmentl and November by the Assembly *

Head Reporter .. ..... ............ ............. ....... Ethel M. Shmtahan and Repair Officer

Supply 1."lIrlm.nllHrad Reporter .. ... .n... ... .......... .. ....... ... ... ... ... .Leola Junes Captain :Malcolm M. Cloukey.

To receive these pennants! It
was necessary for the divisions to
CIVILIAN OF THE WEEK I better their production efficiencyeach PRaocrttotf
month over the previous tA i<
months production for three successive E'

I Acting Civilian Supervisor In A & R I months. It was the fourth ATj
I successive month for shop 863, the
-- --- -
By Barbara J, Flnley I with production and personnel electronics division. i

When transfers to NAS Jax problems, and suggests or initiatesI This system of presenting pro-|

were requested, Ray P. Hubbard, I requests for engineering information : duction banners to the divisions
then aircraft mechanic at NAS He is well known to everyone 'increasing their production effi- |

Norfolk, thought he would like to I in A & R, and fellow workers like clency was established several
it I working under him. i months ago. For the months of I k
move to Sunny Florida, was 1 :a
't In February 1941 that he reportedto I Recently he and some of the July, August, and September accessories -'

NAS Jax, one of the first civilian employees had a get together with ,I division shop 747, assem- .
employees in the Assembly and Robert Glen Denning, formerly bly division shop 1014, electronics tEjj ARO\L; Captain Malcolm :M. Cloukey,. Assembly
Commander Denning, who is now I division shop862, 'ordnance division and Officer E banners to
Repair department. Repair presents production efficiency ,emergency
Hubbard was born in Smithfield, I working at Higgins Ship Yard In shop 960 and overhaul control -! repair'division shop 1116, electronics division shop 863: metals

Va., but at the age of five movedto Jacksonville. The group enjoyed I division'shops 201 and 202 received division shop 477, overhaul'' control division shop 201A. Back row,

Newport News, Va., where he I hearing about some of Comdr I banners. Interim overhaul left to right, Lt- Comdr A E. Fetter, electronics division officer,
: division 1216 and 1230 and
attended Newport News High Denning's experiences while I M D. Conzelman, ACRF shop 863 supervisor electronics division,
School. aboard the "Bunker Hill. Mr. electronics division shop 63 were Lieut F. C. Sochor, metals division officer, Lt. (jg) R. Rucker, over

Started Career In Aircraft I Denning was their first division of- given the same pennant for the haul control division officer, and Lieut, G W Mills, emergency repair

While attending high school, he I ficer in the aircraft overhaul' division ,months October of August, September and officer. Front row, left to right, I, M. Strickland, supervisor

worked for his brother, who had a overhaul control division, R, P Scott, ACM, supervisor shop 477
Captain Cloukey pointed out
laundry business, but upon gradu-I Hubbard makes his home in that ills the primary responsibility metals division, F. L. Rosenmund, ACMM, supervisor shop 1116 emergency .

ating from high school, he started Jacksonville, where he resides with of organization to establish repair. C. L. Lilly, ACM, shop 201A overhaul control division

Y his wife and four-year-old daughter a reliable any and accurate system of I and Harold Adams shop 477 metals division were not present when

Mary Lou. the taken."INSIDE .
I I picture was
efficiency and that high praise
[, In his spare time, he may usual- I should be extended for superior

ly be found on the golf'links or out performance of duty. ,| PUBLIC WORKS"Ve

on a fishing trip--golf and fishing'' It is expected that E awards

being his favorite sports. will be granted in the near future( hear from maintenance thatI
I I -
r- i for attendance, safety and housekeeping ;I, many people from buildings 30"
I : which will afford an opportunity and 136 were on holiday leave and
, --4 i1SUPPLV for a shop to win all four I'' took advantage of the time off to

awards. -hunting and fishing. Tall talesof
Individual letters of commendation I
deer and quail that fell before
'r::; ry) from Captain A. R. Brady, I i their guns! Fish that were
I I Commanding Officer of NAS Jax, I caught and didn't get away. :Mr.
.. were also presented at this time : \\ootaii and Mr. Waite were among The average human being learn

v,/(/ I to the metals division shop 477, for :' those that took to the open spaces. to walk shortly after he passes his

w I Harold Adams and to the overhaul :'I Most of the 4B's that were oft first birthday But you'd be surprised
control division shop 201A for C. are also back at their desks and
r 6y. Holiday leaves were ejoyed re- L. Lilly, ACM. Both were absent down to routine again. [ at the number of people who
cently by many of us. KatherlneIlightouer when the picture was! taken. These never finish their education.
1 Maintenance lost one of its best
spent Christmas in letters of commendation were given I II Thats a main reason why falls
liked members last week
Winter Haven Margery: \\'('y- for outstanding leadership, industry I by resignation -, Injured about 2000,000( people at
))ad" llainn. He had ,
rick visited friends in Miami I and ability in securing a ,, pass- i home last year
ed his 73rd and
Minnie Lee Goodman visited her gain of production efficiency per l I vear was ready tn The National Council
family in Greenville Quite a I person during each of the three-i go back homeand Safety says

r few visited in parts of Georgia, too : month periods. I i take it that many home accidents, falls

f i /ell Davis could be found in Letters of commendation have i easy. He has included, can be accounted for by

Blackshear; Elna Faye Henderson' previously been received by the worked in time I

in Alma; Allen Wilson in Baxley. following personnel for the i2kI section, railroad
Sarah Under and Bet lye Lots enjoyed I months of August, September and
-- --- materialto
RAY r. InaUURn I few days' leave in Washington October: J. Silagyi ACM, I. M I I b repair mention)
D. C. and Harrisburg, Pa I' Strickland, Lieut. F C. Geer, Lt '
some of the
his career in aircraft work as a I (traveling by plane!) Postcards (jg) R. Rucker, J. L. Davenport, I and
places was
mechanic's helper at the Washington received from these two to the' T. A. Shockley, ACM, W. S. Far- cheerful I I
always ,
Airport, Washington, D. C. wonderful ACMM, S. L. i
I gang report "Having: a : quhar McElhennY'i ready and willIn n irnlt 'r'O '
From the time he took his first time!" I I R. K. Comer, ACM, j j&) ,' +I s
job in Washington until the pres. Interesting news reached Eliza- Hendrlckson G J. Arnold, R. B.I| !Don: for W nodi job., I i-

cut time, he has been employed in bet ls Strickland the other day when Hubbard, W. E. Catrette, P. M. Ethel Shanahan d ministration I NEEDING A
the aircraft mechanics field insome she learned that her son, James' Beazley, E C. Everett, E. Reier RAILWGoeca
is due back this week
capacity I I Klrhards, Sic, is a radio announcerat Lieut. E. G Bourne, Lt, (jg) L. J.I| building,
after of his
Leaving Washington Airport, he an Army radio station on Leyte. : LaCroix, Lt. jg) D. E Clark, B. : leave using but it up some futile excess STAI'S/
a tryhebarely
went to work for the Ludington'Air A Navy man working at an Army : T. Thomas J. L. Claypool. E. F I made wag dent in his
a accumulation
Lines mechanic's helper '' Chase H. W. Ishmael G P. Wirick,
as a station, a Edith Mattox is .
and later was made mechanic. the proud possessor of some beau I ACFC, R. S. Weston, ACFC R L.

When Eastern Air Lines bought I' tiful tapestries presented to her by I I Styer, R. E. Aaron, J. C. Heran, !' spent Mr' .Christmas Perkins on the maintenance farm, and, ,'' t)

out Ludington in 1933, he trans. her son. They were brought from ACM, and W. R. King. | although the rainy day kept everyone I
feireJ to Newark, N. J., and work- Shanghai and other foreign ports: For the months of August, September I I indoors it caused the talk

ed there just a few months when I Resale Pearl Green was happy ,, and October, letters were ; to turn to old time and other fam-j
he resigned and took a position'with '' when her brother Raymond J.I received by: Lt (wn) J. H. Mc !I ily reunions as jig-saw puzzleswere

the Northeast Air Lines as a' Futch got home in time for Christmas Graw, Lieut. P. E. Hitch, W. C. worked to while the time I
s station manager. He had various'' He is now a civilian. Man-I Clauson ARTlc Is!. D. Conzelman, i ,
duties with Northeast and I, .. H P. Williams, J. E. De- away. I
other dun I Jungklaut'was also glad to ACRM Mr. Cox, records, was very lucky
traveled for the company out of I see his Navy son, "Jr. home for I Young, D.. H. Le BouM, ACM, H. as he just escaped the wreck of, aw

Boston through Bar Harbor, Me.. 1! the holidays! ((30 days leave). Man. I H. Deel ACM, G H. Lester, S. R. the southbound Silver Meteor, being I

and Montreal. dus, Jr.. is stationed on the U.S.S.I' Drlggers, E. A. Rutten, AMlc, and on the first section It was the ..=,m-- -
In 1935: he went with the Central Cleveland now In dry dock at Boston i E. B Emerson, ACM I second section that He
_piled up. : one of three reasons: walk.,
Air Lines in Detroit later i unwary
moving| :Mass Incidentally, hear that was unconscious of the disaster until 1
to Washington with the same com- he has one of those new Navy unl- he arrived in Jacksonville and I ing, improper equipment and dU-
piny I forr.s we've been hearing so much I I GATE GOSSIP I I says that it gave him a queer feel- 'order. Usually, of course, there's
\ Leaving Central Air Lines in about KoHwuay Carrano, a I ing! I something of all three Involved in

193 service post at the Naval Air Sta- ) division arrived in Pearl Harbor on I Personnel Relations has really I went north and had a white Christ- I The
Norfolk Va., as an aircraft Christmas to her hus- I gentleman in this drawing is
tion Day join
been hit hard in the past few mas besides Mr. Cox. IMr. TtrNonto
mechanic. Here, he worked on the band who is stationed there. She I I passing up his war work for the
weeks. An ole member of our Mass., lloldav\ay to Detroit, Mr I
overhaul of wings, propellers, and I took a plane to the west coast and. staff, G raj son Marlluain, bor I I Caylor to Okla. They're glad to be time being because he didn't watch

instrument .installation In Norfolkhe left on one of the first ships carrying rowed from hospital, came to our, back in the mild climate of Florida i his step and failed to provide a

met and married Mrs Hubbard, dependents to Honolulu Ex- rescue for a couple of days We shouldn't complain about railing for his porch. Missing rail
the former Louise Whitehead, and cltlnT1. I The employment office also helpedour ; cold-it is only relative and mostlya
ings and
resided there until his transfer to Wllll Beau is confined to the on porches steps are a '
I cause when they sent us a new state of mind! I II \\
NAS Jax. I hospital suffering from a serious employee, IJllian 1'. KovaleNkl, who common cause of falls and serious ,W

Transferred to NAS .Ja\ I accident which occurred on New hails from Detroit Mich. A I Ida MiCulley: leaves: ;-l Friday to return injury.

He came to NAS as a maximum Year's Day. We miss you, Willie, I former employee, Mary to her home in Chicago with I Children have to be taught that

mechanic in the aircraft overhaul and hope you have a very speedy with her new baby, came Wiilkl'l/i'l her husband, who will be separated leaving tools stairways
division, now krio.wn as overhaul recovery. I sonnel Relations' the other day fora from this station .' Lanier ,toys sand on,,
o control, ard'Jf'Q.ec mb.e'r ,19t3pe;t Cuptrf '"is to be working oven visit. Mary' left the 'department Lynch encountered ar couple of urv in halls, and in the middle of

came quarterman in the same di. time in stock control division. early in'the fan '. Dottle Maxwell fortunate Incidents''during her vacation the floor is unklndness( a disregard
vision. I Yvonne Kraton and Robert L. Ay- Is wearing a beautiful new in Miami.--car trouble and of the safety of the rest of

When the divisions were changed era are to be married tomorrow in diamond which she received recently bad luck at the races. She says she the family. There are few lessons::
at the close of 1914, he trans- I St. Edward's Chapel on the station Future husband expects to thoroughly enjoyed the Orange more important for them to learn.

ferred to the Assembly division as Oretlia Duiigberly and Itlll be discharged In a few months, Bowl and Miami's victory over I I The best teaching is, of course, a

group supervisor, and it was in Doyle will be standing by as the and the couple plan to be marriedIn Holy Cross, however Our ole good example set by older brothersand

December 1915 that he became ma'd-of-honor' and best man. Might the spring Patty Hall, file, faithful messenger in Personnel sisters, and parents.
acting senior civilian supervisor add that this will be good practicefor left this week td make her home in Relations, Ronald KOOMH, resignedlast And every householder owes It
Under the assembly division officer I Oretha. who i roudly display ------- Saturday and plans to enter to his family, friends and the postman

Lieut. Fred Hi: Bronson he Ing "third fingers left hand" dia bert T. Cartwrlffht, U S. Army, in college soon Mary 1'ittinan In and others who come to his
h9 charge of handling all personnel I runj\ The 11I&'m r" n is Kobe>rt G. St. Louis, Mo. Much happiness to mail, file and record also resigned house to protect ''them' gainst the

4 supervises all function qf tlu His !.11"11 Helen Holland la leave all of you from the rest of us!, TuesdayQuite a dent in our mes- menace of low-hanging clothe

shops, helps all ship suparvijora :nf: uj soon to be married to hers Palm Beach with her family > senger service!! lines, broken walks, and' the lilt?.



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10 January, 1946 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Page Nino

. I II ,----- --- ---- ------- Five Awards Go

; To Van HoutenFor
:NAS Jax U no longer the

humming activity i It onc'eUS', SuggestionsHiram

e ; while! we wire at \\ar. 'fhrwygh,;
the Personnel "Seperatlon f..n-I H. Van Houten of engine

p. ter, the JAX Alit NEWS has I I overhaul, Assembly and Repair department

lout a number of IU reporters, I is given qommendation;
I the Beneficial Suggestion Committee -
t'.r and the Public Information Office by
for his enviable record in
announce that f.'UI't'tive! 17

January the JAX AIR >h\\S'I' 1945 During the past year, he submitted
+ ri. will be nit from a twelve page I six suggestions. For five of
to an eight page pa|>er.lth these suggestions, he received cash
i iI
\ this rut, the civilian nets will awards
I appear on page five Instead of I His contributions to the Beneficial

page eight and nl-e! as. In the I Ipltt Suggestion Program were of

We'hope you have enjojed'' particular interest! as they were

reading the civilian ne\\s, and! : nearly all solutions and improvements -

tE I in the future. \\'? Mill try to : on existing procedure with ti
I I little or no expense involved; The
bring your all the news on our
accumulated savings were over
4 page nAe. I I Iu

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Procedure Of

Inspection Dept.Is .


Radio and Ka visualize the amount of inspections

+ necessary during the overhaul of a

plane's communication equipment. :
A small cable will get the same at- :

.i tentlon as a large caole of many tIc;
strands, that is, insulation integrity
raid continuity, shorts and resistance I
r : tests. A few of these items
requiring varying degrees of inspection -
3 ct+ are: flexible conduit, con- /

ductors, plugs, ping inserts, damps
--- .i A ard soldered materials.

AN IMPORTANT FUMTIOY of the cable shop, Structures Division, is measuring the length I of The radio is disassembled into

cable Pictured above, W. X Sjkes and Frances Wyld are busy performing this operation its componet parts each of which
I receives its share of the inspector's
I attention, not on) yas a unit but
BREEZING AROUND A & R also as an assembly All parts andunits

._ ___ I are inspected not once but
\>lth KiileenMlllnglMiii I after U several times before the radio is a'I
the joiner shop, serving
ADMINISTRATION Learning of a good deed done bya the Navy for 2Z; months I completed unit. I

& PERSONNEL i friend leaves a warm glow Karljxung had to go see a'' Let us not forget that all of thii 1IIKAM VAX'IIOCTEX
I second only to running across throat specialist for a thoiaUomj; I inspection Is performed "on thl'l<
Itj Militia Wood someone from the home town because he had a bone lodged ir bench" and that there is- also a $3,500, and his ideas added ease

Evidently no one did much the : when far away. This piece of news the muscle ot his throat cauamjc; large amount of inspection required of operation and a more finished
last week or either they did it confidentially Is being reprinted fiom one of theJacksonville difficult breathing. Too much turkey during the installation ana' product. Through his observing interest -
\ because 1 Just can't papers for many of And Bernice\ :.Nevignj\ was an testing of the radio equipment. in the problems of his department -?'\
you, who claim the members of the sick list She had I much be I changes have been
deem to dig up any eventtul fails. other one on As for radar-not can many
Maybe we could make another engine overhaul division as friends, to go to the hospital for a week! said for as you probably know il I tried and developed.His .
geographic tour and visit with oth and who were too busy in the pie- for acute appendicitis, but has now is still confidential material and I largest a'''- .' $75 had to
Christmas hustle: and bustle! to do duties. that still do with the performance of
vacationers who letutned this returned to her previous I holds many secrets are
week. more than scan the headlines, We I KtliHiernon received a surprise vital To the inspectors _f the radar "Tappcs Guides Reamers No. 1345::
been', found this way down in fine print. Chilstmas present from an un department these secrets carry to No. 1347 Inclusive" He discov-
It seems that Miami has Under the heading "Gl Santa known admirer. We are not quite tne same high degree of inspec ered that in the use of these ream-
quite a center of attraction this Claus Makes Final Call for Donations I sure what was in it'' Ray ISarinmti tion that is required on any dell ers, trouble was encountered due to
season for administration and personnel was an appeal by the Amer- of the same tool office is the prow I cute piece of mechanismhereei the length of the front end of the
)lrO. MrgimaMeutlter
employees lean Legion for help in sending owner of a diamond service pin donated I it may be overhauled and inspect reamer. By cutting the pilot of No.
Bill to- '
\ and Her husband packages to the boys in the host to him from the Pratt 6Whitney ed. 1345 to one inch and No. 1347 to

gether with )Mrs. Ilia t'ntmer and pitals at Camp Blandmg and the Tools Corporation ol (ia,,,.llne Storage-"Have you a three-eighths of an inch,, and cut
made to ,
Detoiest a
husband Naval: Air Station. Heading the ; I
I i Hartford, Conn., for being employed ohne ration stamp you carspare7' ting the expanding screw in pro-
Miami for the New holiuajsillihiit list of contnbutois for the previous I with the company for 25 jearsKva g This one-time familia''' portion, he was able to discard!
the holidays -
\\ Klein also spent day was engine overhaul, A Bradford and MIUoii West ol is now superfluous. To th I reamer No. 1.J46: which had been

in Miami. & R, NAS 5713. The following : the tool room were recently transferred saying inspectors:; of gasoline storage this : used for finishing This also eliminated -
Ju iullli front Kngine comment we quote in its entirety -
Phillip I to the plant division. I was only one of many reasons why belling the outer end of
Overhaul time office spent the isevv "The donation from the engine I finish in
You people who don't work in close and accurate inspection ate guide, giving a ream one
Year holidays in Dantam, Conn., I overhaul, Assembly and Repair the plant division and who might quired in determining the quailty operation, and saving approxi-
with his family. 'lr. ({uina and his of the Naval Air Station is glance at this column, lemembei and quantity delivered.It I mately one hour for each engine
daughter, Itertie joins spent their the second to be received from this in the drafting room like tc I II Van Houten came to this activity -
holidays in Pensacola with MrQuma organlzatoland'! the GI Santa we keep busy drawing, so send u< I I is a familiar scene to see from an 5 May 1943 and was attached to
's relatives. Dullip John-nm Claim sends thanks from the bottom the work requests, and we'll draw inspr tor taking a sample engine overhaul as a mechanic. He
overhaul control office has of his heart I I fuel tank cars and barges all oi: native of Thomaston Ga
from it And you folks who work ir I th is a a
up. utilized in '
returned: from a second trip to his Friends Margaret: KrauchalU I the Plant division, I want to which are veteran of World War I and holdsan

home in Rockford, lit Theie must l'k, of the planning division will thank you for the splendid coop- vast amount of at gasoline this base.It necessaryfor i honorable discharge from the
be something interesting to Phil be glad to learn that she is recovering I eration you have been giving mIn operations I 328th Infantry, Co. E, Division 82
up there. Mrs.' Dorothy O'tjiiinnand nicely from injuries sustained bringing in the news of our co- should also be remembered I He had varied automotive experience -
her husband. Red, spent holidays on the night of 21 December : workeis. And speaking of thanks; that the fuel inspector not only)' before transferring to Jacksonville -

with Dottle's family in ajettevllle -- when the cat in which she was ;Mr. Harry S-auer is thanking all ol has inspections to perform but with the Ford Stoker
N. C Miss Louixe Garrison making her overland trip to her i iI for the nice Christmas cards: must see that all safety rules foi Company and Moreland Tire and
also spent an extended holiday I home in Connecticut overturned in you sent him handling these combustible mate !' Battery Company of Atlanta, Ga
leave with her family in Pensacola Georgia, 'Kerch's" indomitable f rials ate adhered to. I' Later he was a member of a-trav'-

CiirtiH ';carrier, another of our spirit is evinced by her amusing:I II lIght Test--Last but not least,, eling repair crew operating from
faithful veterans returned this I letter describing her beautj-shav ACCESSORIES I is what you might call the lean- i the Atlanta Ordnance Depot, War

k week front military fuilough Curtis en head, missing tooth, and all! DIVISION up unit. This unit catches all the Department.Since .
.', was at one time supervisor of Thus lightly does she refer to ascalp 1NS1KUMKM IIOr discrepancies missed during the I his transfer here, he has
the time section and at the time he wound, concussion, internal, overhaul of the aircraft, its engines improved his knowledge with
left on military furlough was procurement injuries, bruises and lac'ei'aliens, fly \'lrgilll1J'rlA-er I and accessories All of the I courses In aircraft motors, engine
clerk in shop stores Aft- Her address is Laurence Wells, II We're starting the New Year off I troubles will readily show when overhaul, and engine conversion,
er 21-2 years In the Arm ', USN Hospital, Camp LeJeune, N right with two happy weddings.I the ship "is in the air' and to the I and has served efficiently as snapper -
Curtis is coming back to work c j+ Wave Marguerite "Musty" Shaw,, I inspectors of filght test it means! AMM in engine overhaul
with us in A & R. I I AMM3c, and Robert "Smitty ; dan; rous work The, expression i In 1916, he will, no doubt, still
--- PLANT :Vmilh, AM.MUc: both of the Gyro I "Your mistakes ate my be sending the committee ideas
and from the department in this that will!
I Room, pressure does extra duty pay
METALSDIVISION DIVISION Wave Jessie Knntrabcikl pit.fanS"j \\hj- not stop and look at jour
\\alter )) :was: married to 1 1I Can it,
llj Lilibja ISojHtI.t. AMMISc, and unbar overseas own job. you improve

J:. It.V.. Mtt'ttiidleMi, who AMit, wen married, Both I sweetheart, Mary Joilson : shorten time of operation, turn out
Hj JOM']>liine HeUliardsHiilpli was the Plant Division Officer I couples were married here on the Asheville, N. C. The couple plan to a better Job, salvage or conserve

It. Next has returned to from 1913 to April 1945, has returned base in the protestant chapel. I make their home in Jacksonville. material, ease the operatio *> or
to the States and came into I Julia Calhoitn of the pressure de- According to all reports everyone -:I make It safer or mor healthful ?

'a-cation ..,our drafting room the other day to )itment, who was with us for I had a wonderful holiday leaveWe I'I If you can, you have an idea.
'joying a visit from his son who has see the few people left, who were I three years, resigned because of ill 're certainly glad to hear this Send it In and start your list of
recently returned from oveiseas. i here when he was transferred. He I health Her friends presented her I The instrument shop gang wishesto winnings! to equal or top Van Hou-
Ruth Itrnvvn spent the week-end told us he was on his way to the I with a farewell gift. I extend best wishes to all for ten's Let 1916 award checks boost

with friends In Palatka. I BuAer, Washington, D. C. He-left.1 I Edna: Skinner of the pressure department 10-16. jour Income and increase' the prcstipe -
I and Smith of the of jour department.
Julian and Mary (druj are both this station for duty ,
uk leave. Mary Is recovering I Admiralty Islands and Staff of 'electrical depaiiment resigned. rLKCTBir; SHOP If yeti require assistance in submitting -
from flu and Julian broke his ribs Com Air Phil Sea Fron at Sanglay:I Two of our inspectors received llj Dorothy M. VIllliamvmNow suggestionphone 8194.
accident. We wish them both I Point, Manila, Most of us from the their discharges this week hldonM. : Drop your i idea in the box provided -
in nn I that the holidays are over
I plant division attended his wed- Lee, AOMS', and Raymond C. I : or mail direct to Margane D.
a speedy ucovery.lUrnUe we feel sine someone has a little Box 22. Personnel Rela-
ding last Spring, and we all remember Heglu! AOMJc, of Optics. Happy I i Putnam,
visited i at her come on us
Willis\ news for us, so tions.
I "Mac" as a fine officer civilian life, boys I ,r
home In Mayo, with her parents friend indeed. I We're'Cry proud of Emory Harris share jour secrets. Speaking of secrets f I
and newly married sister. This is and a .he I we think Mary KegiMer has whatever became of
Oscar M. :'xpuer was I eelertedPl'f.sldt'nt of the optical depaitment Boy 'Say,
her baby sister, so don lose, much I of the fjuaitermen and was aw aided, ,$25 for his beneficial one she isn't telling Come, Mary, those: > old-fashioned .gals who fainted -
time, Bcrnice' get those irons out leadingmen association the Naval ;suggestion. Congratulations! : let us in on it. when a boy kissed! them?" "
of (the hrc.Manella, 'j Shores Establishment for Florida I: We- welcome WIlliam Stelman to ; Mr. and Mrs. nigelou:: have a Cat: "Huh! Whatever became of

human and her husband for 1946, alter faithfully serving our shop. lie Is working In the grandson born 23 December He is the old-fashioned boys who made
spent the holidays with his as president last )'U r. radium! 'room.Johnny I AMMISc, and Robert "!'mitty"of I them faint ?"
people lit San Angelo, Texas. It I Have noticed how clean, I I". Onstott, Jr., leading- him! -----------
was her first trip to meet the folks I scrubbed you, old paint r mo'ed'ar- man, pressure department, is on I Gertrude Oils\ *'her, Sic says she has kept us all in order during Mr.Plnholsters" .

and the reports a delightful: time. nished, polished and painted all the I annual leave in Des Moines. We is truly thankful for those nine absence.We .
Ann Olaiuk wants to be remem- A & R shops have been in the last hope he is having a very pleasant passenger taxis they have In think Dan Cupid has singledout
bcied to all. She is now makingher few weeks Credit goes to our time seeing relatives and friends. Washington. If it hadn't been for Klmer Folsom' for he surely

hotne In Trenton, N. J., with plant division paint shop under the I JUAnita E\'anN of electric department one, she would never have reached pets excited over certain letters
her mother. supervision of Albert llnfnnt has a new daughter-in-law home for Christmas.Sure end telephone<< calls.
I I expert Her M n. Anbrry M. Evans, Jr., Is good to see Mr. 1'lnh4l1.t..r' We want to thank those who soeautifully
Je .iiSe TlMimaV husband' has Met
+ returned -
of .. smiling\ face Hope he ) decorated OU" A & R
home after three in \'UII4n 1I1'hr..ln has returned foimer EM2c, who spent thirty again.
the 1 pacific.> years I I as a civilian to bill foirncr job in 'his foity-two months in eel vice 1 had a nice vacation. It., M. J Bea fivnt' door for tbe holidays.


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5PLRst E5; fROm nATTO USO Show Singer Here Jan. 16

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Ily the Barracks 51 Scribe

SCHEDULE "It was wonderful! I could writea

book on my experiences!" This YA
Is the unanimous answer to the l
question, "Did have a good
and Martha O'Driscoll. Also Short. 1800 and 2000. you "
time on your Holiday leave ? We
have relived over and over again
randa and Perry Como. 1800 and 2000.
the excitement of those two weeks ,
SUNDAY, -TOKYO ROSE with Lotus Young and Byron Barr. "a al
in our conversation and in our
1500. 1800 and 2000.MONDAY '
Harrison and Charles Cummings. 1800 and 2000. Figures show that WAVES from

WEDNESDAY ALL'S WELL, USO SHOW. 1800 and 2000. I Barracks 51 expanded to cover 26 : .
THURSDAYCORNERED starring Dick Powell and Walter Sle- states to say nothing about the :;>
number of cities while
zak. 1800 and 2000.
home, relatives, or civilian and
Navy friends, or sight-seeing. We

traveled by every means available

including train, bus, plane, privatecar '
_. and boat and survived the ;
hardships offered by each of these.
While many stayed to enjoy the
opportunity to sleep late and have .

liberty every day the others head-
ed out for the icy North, the warm

South, the big cites, small home
towns, the mountains, beach, and
country. Many WAVES were unit-
ed with their families who have .

been separated for years and en- I M. : ... .
joyed seeing their brothers, husbands < Wfi.

and fiances recently returned >T">;; uoCAMP

from over seas. .I;, \. .' SHOWS
:Most of us traveled\ alone. Several Wi .'. 41;
found It practical to travel : .
In groups! of two or three. WAVES ,
LYNN." S.n above Is the featured with
( ), singer USO-Camp
:Mary Burke, Mary Pratt, and Su-
I sfah san Ilenn journeyed to Massachusetts Shows' revue, "All's Well," which Hill he presented at 1X00 and 20()()
Wednesday, 16 January In NATTC auditorium. A native of Brooklyn
together. They might liave
run Into Rita King, Ann Moruno, I Miss Leslie has entertained at clubs and hospitals in New York
:Marian Guy, or Alma Merrill there1 and has been a fa'orltl'lth service! men and women throughout the
I Frances Maher country. Resides Miss( Leslie, the one-hour program/ Includes For-
or even \\ 110 Mopped -
at ('onnrclieut.'Ilrsula :Ma honey tunello and ('I rill I nil, an acrobatic comedy team; the DonnetteN' a
traveled to Rhode Island, and quartet of girl ...Ingl'r.lr; jlll:1: Lane, toe-tap- dancer; Jay I'lis and

I Kuth.; Dole to Maine. ;Mary Parsons :Minerva Clark, comedy team; Morton Arken, a drummer with
and Kuth Russell live In'the same a fast boogie beat; Kill Roberts, nee banjo player who has IMNTI

town Alabama, a popular state. entertaining for 23 years; and :Max Rich, pianist.C'hilds .

Betty :Meadow!!, Pat :Meldoniik,I -and Yorktown".t
1 Bra Allen, :Marie ('Ip hllrll, and
popular twosome who liaebecome :
:Meta Strumen also rode crowded i'
part of the lounge are
trains( and buses to get there. Ask
:Shirley Weaving and Chuck ('rite.Things .
Ardys! Redman what ill"re is to
enjoyed recently are letters
1 see in colorful New York. Amongthe :
front our former room mates
most ambitions took Marjorle
trips -
1 \\ho have become Chilians or v.ho
Holdon and Mary O'Kern to11'is'onsin were transferred to other ba...',.. A
June llanggt to :Minnesota
friendly custom of seeing the girls
!! and Betty Durham and Margaret -
i off Is being established. HarrietIx !
Evans Michigan.: .
>ander and :Mary l-'ogarty found
Perhaps the Southern drawls It a bit hearbrctiking when they I
have become stronger on the partof said goodbye to Dottle (Jreenwootl.Ruth .
x Mary Jane Dickard and Tillie Dole and Sl'hns.Ion.; .. will

.. 1 Meyer from Louisiana and Emma be next: as, they go to New York
----- Long from S. Carolina after hav- and Charleston, respectively be
CARIFMIIIANIA: Here Friday and Saturday In DOLL FACE: ing been away from the Northern discharged.We I

WAVES. North Carolina saw Marguerite 1 want to welcome Dorothy,

SPECIAL EVENTS Byerly, Faye Robinson, I Bederman, SpS)3c( who came a
Aboard Martha Capps, Peggy Smyton Agnes aboard from Gainesville, Ga., and ii =
Hall, and Marguerite Vk rI' is acting as MAA. 4
Our next door neighbor of Georgia There will be two weddings on'': It..l ThiniHH in i NTS.R M., ,
SWIMMING: DAILY-INDOOR POOL: Recreational period for was visited by Alma Hodges, Mae! Di..l. fifer(
i I I' 12 January that interest us very
all Naval Personnel and heir guests: Monday through Friday1800to I
Minor, M. Brooks, Mary l3u ft'o.>rd. will be with regular schedules and Divisions
2100; Saturday, 0900 to 1200, 1300 to 1TOO, and 1800 to 2100; Sun- and Lee Sauls. Eighteen WAVES much. Imogene Lt. Blesser Presley at 1900 that nearly complete. In free
1230 to 1700 and 1800 to 2100. Children must be married to
day, accompanied by went home and sightseeing in various I date. He recently returned from hours we will probably have more

parents. I parts of Florida. Helen Balog duty in the Pacific area at 1900. time nbw to enjoy such pastimesas
GOLF STATION COURSE. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to I and Betty Caves went to Ohio by 1 All NATTC WAVES are invited to1 1 knitting, reading, and sports
all personnel. Clubs available at gear locker in NATTC Auditorium. I'i train while Theresa Fike drove a attend the wedding and the reception that have been somewhat neglected. -
GOLF INSTRUCTION for NATTC personnel by R. W. Reynolds car full, including B. Y. Morton, I at the Hostess House im- '[ .
SpA)2c( ) 1300 to 1530. (Special classes for WAVES by appointment). I there. We don't want to forget B. I mediately following. e -

Sign up at Shack.HOSTESS I Hubert's trip to Tennessee. Florence Madolyn Redline is going! to Gal: "1 don't know whether justto

IOUSE open daily from 1530 to 2100. Saturday and Barber's to Iowa,Hoover'sI LouiseBratton's I Georgia to be married to Lloyd B. I' be engaged and let him spend

Sundays from 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel and relates to Indiana, Sue ',Culpepper, Jr. lots of money on me or marry him
and guests. Washington, D. C., or MystleTower's We are all back together again and help him save it !
to Maryland. New Jersey ,
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NATTC LIBRARY daily from 0500 to 2100. I -
open saw G. Achey and Mary FogertyWest
BOWLING daily at Ship's Service from 1200 to 2030. Virginia, Lucy Adkins Sultry Susan \

Kentucky, Lucille Lawrence and
Ashore/ Phyllis Mitchell Pennsylvania

The Episcopal Army and Navy Center, corner of Church and Barbara Leslie, Dottie Ludwig and
Market Streets, sponsors a dance every Saturday night. from 2030 to Margaret Sleighter--Illinois. Lorraine -
2330. Junior hostesses will be in charge and all enlisted personnel are '' Luther, Marion Preuter

invited. Rosemary ford. Hall, and Rita Roch- 1 ., ;

JACKSONVILLE Bfo\CIIES-Buses leave at frequent Intervals +
from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathing I Perhaps the most adventurous,
and other recreation at one of world's finest ocean beaches. Bus exciting; and Interesting trip vv astaken
fare 25c by Jeannetle Kalile, :Mary
Ann Donnell, and :Mary Sclmer-;
NAVY MOTHER'S HOSTESS HOUSE, 101 East Church Street. I!, man who journeyed to the Bahamas

USO CENTERS at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus The souvenirs! they brought '
Station; Church and Newnan Street; 311 West Duval Street. USO back are the envy of everyone to s' .s
WOMEN'S DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. say nothing about the good times

CANOEING: FISHING, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San they had. They have Inspired! many I
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on others to want to see the Bahamas.
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor'I It Is a real pleasure just to listento

boats-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. their experience.| .
I The Barracks, although some
HORSEBACK: RIDING: MAGNOLIA STABLES. San Juan Ave what vacated, organized, and
nue and Lakeshore Blvd. $1.00 per hour for two hours; $1.50 per one peaceful, was not lacking in ex

hour; groups.. of eight or ten-$1.00_ for, two hours. HYDE PARKA I! citement. Was New Year's celebrated
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? There weren't who
Texas recruit on liberty Good Old Dad many
I l
slept through the occasion. Fran
watched a store clerk open a pack- "Mother," said the little girl, ces Maher, Rita King, :Maxine S
age of fancy-colored men's paja- "shall I run out and mail this letter Bickford Marguerite Victor, M. J,
"What's them ? he asked "
mas. ? i l
Dickard, Marian Guy, and Virginia
"Pajamas." The fond mother looked out at Jones celebrated at the Patio. By -,' _
"Pajamas ?" echoed the. Texan. the torrents of rain falling and I the ways wbat isi the new cpncocn.tjiftn I !
"Whut're they for ?" |.said i< ."Gracious no, dear. It's not a :' 'of 'hort-alcohollc *pi 'its rtggid fl _

- .. ",'h)' you weal "them nights," j fit day father out for man or beast:"let up :by' Fran- Marie/?,,. t4dlcP l W'l 81
take the letter out. I
the clerk pointed out. "Do you your that Billilsiorv-Emergency Ys ave '
want a pair ?" I -- j I Maxine has been spending her eve. .

"Nope, nuthin' doin'," said the When Junior asked his parents nings with the girls.A \' ,. ,
boot. "I don't anywhere nights 1 about life they told him they had I. vigorous rummy game kept; 6 ,
except to bed."go planted a seed and he grew from up In the lounge until 0100.( Or ;" .. "
it. That night Junior put a watermelon -j was it the steak sandwiches or the r

seed under the rug. The next I serenading by an accordion and 1 I
1 --
Toe: "Do you know what they Barracks 5'? J' ,r-
morning he lifted the rug and there followers from ; ,, ..
call a man who doesn't believe in was a big black cockroach. Junior !! bara French proved herself In b>a' a --- -
birth' control?" SUSAN IIAYWARI of RKO shows what the well-dressed tad
>, addressed the cockroach sternly real card shark. Who were the :
)toe: "No, what?" "You're very, lucky. If you I sailor and WAVE that celebrated dancer 1.I*, wearing now, At least she wears It, her studio. says, hi

'" Joe I "Daddy." weren't my son, I'd squash you." | with a big MM on the corner of her latent picture.


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I 'Another Pair of Medics Leaves I Marines Get Good Conduct Medals from New C. O. Iw


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CAPT. MAIUIN L. SE1DEL, USMCR: new commanding officer of the Marine Aviation: Detachment -
at NATeohTraCen, last week presented good conduct medals to four marines as one of hiM first

official acts since relieving Lt. Col. William T, Evans, USMCret.! ). Capt. Seidel, at extreme right, IN

... shown as lie read the> citation to the.. four marines.<< Left to right are T/Sgt, Raymond Peters, MT hgt. I
Morrisaldorf! T Sgt. Raymond Martin and T/Sgt. F. J. Kus/pa. The recipients<< who completed
three years of continuous service without a blot c>n their record, all ,served overseas. S/Sgt. Roy L.
LT. COMDK. A. Z. OHERDORFLK LT. COMDIC. THOMAS P. WHITE I Manns, not shown in the picture, also received the award.
The NATTO dispensary lost two more doctors last Meek vilh _- -- _ _

the return to Inactive duty of Lt. Coimlrs. Aaron Z. Oberdorfer and Duty Section 3 to Be
Thomas I'. \\hlte.Dr. .
Oberdorfer, whose home I I" In Jacksonville, had been at Inspected Saturday I I"SHIPS" I

NATTC since 15 June 1915 and had been senior medical officer since It's Duty Section Three's turn I

the. detachment<< of Capt. II. \\escott.. Dr. Obcrdorfvr entered the when Saturday Personnel Inspections ATT Cen
Navy In September 1943, an a lieutenant and served nine monthsat are resumed this Meek. I

the Natal hospital, Jacksonville, and a similar period at Richmond The Inspection, as previously,
1<'la., before reporting to the USS Mauinee: a tanker which will be held In the parking lot ,

did annoy duty to Europe, North Africa and the Caribbean areas area adjacent to Building 500 II
lie served aboard the Maumee 18 month Dr. Oberdorfer ban resumed and Mill begin at 0000. Only I
his practice In Jacksonville where he li on the staff of bt Duty Section: four has stood Inspection -
Vincent and Duval County hospitals. thus far, the other sections COMPANY PROFILES
Ur. White, a graduate of Tufts college medical school, enteredthe having their inspections

Navy as a lieutenant (jg) In February, 191 i. After a short cancelled because of bad weath I For this week's profile \\e
at Naval he to the fleet marines at
period Newport hospital reported er. Inspectionsere' suspended wandered to the Mainte
New River, N, C., and later went overseas with them to Samoa, during the holidays.opportunities over We knew this column was popu-
where he spent nine months. I'pon returning to the states he spent __ ____ .. -- I nance department, the place lar but we didn't realize how much
21 months at arragut, Idaho, before coming to NATTC ;n December for those who wantto behind the scenes that keeps I until the Public Information office

l'JI4. An 1')1', 'f'Rr, nose and throat specialist, Dr. White become all-around skilled workers NATTC going, and found told us about the deluge of inquiries -
plans further study In Boston before returning to practice. His home ; because of the high average' received because NATT Center
there Robert L. Bilderback
IN In \\c-st Newton' 1\1""". age of these skilled men at present Newsreel has been omitted the last
the annual replacement will be EM Ic.Bilderback's. I I two weeks we're ,
--- -- -- -- Anyway, glad
such fertile territory for your local -, considerable In addition, the rate might: sound ,'you like us and now that hohaay
Advice Given On draft boards jobs of this sort broader your skill the greater your like he's an Enlisted Man First leaves and other leaves are over,

have gone: increasingly to women I adaptability to changing circumstances Class He's that, too, but his rate you can count on us again Here
i In 1910, two-thirds of the workers which are bound to come stands for General Service Electri we go:

Post-War Jobs By were men, but by 1944 they occupied I in Industry. cian's Mate He is in charge of the Down at the Aviation Storekeepers

only one-third of the jobs. "The basic semi-skilled jobs constitute Electrical shop at :Maintenance and School faces are looking much

"Machine operation on clerical I the largest group of all in he's busy the year 'round. During brighter with the new ALNAV
Educational Office jobs will become more important the manufcturlng Industries. An warm weather there's the far I which gives them some inkling as
during 'the next few years," Lt, employment downturn will probably problem while cool weather brings 1 to when they might don civvies

If the question of a civilian Reuter asserted. "The speed of the come during the immediate complaints about coffee makers 1 Dick Bresen, SKV2c, a lawyer
is mate I comptometer operator and the accuracy post-war years, with prospects depending that don't work from Baltimore, and O. P. Yost,
job bothering you, of the booking machine operator on which manufacturing His various job: SKV2c, a Douglas Aircraft employee ,
why don't you get some help-I foretell a future of more industry you are considering. In around the station .i and one of 500s Separation

ful advice while you're at complicated offixe machines jour favor will be re-emplojment t Q includetrouble : Gang, spent their holiday finding

NATTC ? "With the retail and wholesale rights (the 90-day period which shooting out what the Floridians rave
if trade on the upward trend, sales,, you will have to return to jour and odd jobs about They decided St. Petersburgand
Or jou'ie wondering jobs should keep pace, even though I pre-war jobs), training courses, 'd Among the bigger i Tampa were worthy of the
about post-war education, this the total number of these workers I and ease in learning jobs of this assignmentshe boasts George Holbrook, SKV2c,
also is the place to find out went downhill during the war !, sort. i has handled I is thinking seriously of being an

about it. And the time is,I It's easy to see why they did; what Trend Encouraging was installationof author and is trying out his talent
NOW. I was there to sell ? The demands I Looking ahead, Lt. Reuter declared the lights for telling sea-stories to all the boys
I already made for consumer durable that the long-time trend "is the water show in class Lee Sholl and Sargi Je
The Educational Services office goods (such as automobiles, refrigerators encouraging, for through recent i held in the Indoor f I reb both SKV's2c, are resting up
has been set up to give you information i radios, vacuum cleaners years this group has steadily beenon \ swimming after a rush trip to the middle
on postwar emPlo'ment-j and others) show what a big the increase with the big jump R, L. Bilderback pool I I west where they played Santa
to help you decide I selling job lies ahead. coming with the war But all this must seem very quiet I Claus to their families
job )'ou'should seek, to show you Craftsmen Needed Now "Few of us have the 'ambition'to ti a man who was aboard the USS I Over at the Advanced AFM:

what educational opportunities are and foremenare be an unskilled worker; if we Princeton from June 11, 1914, until School they are talking about the
available for veterans. Lt. (jg) "In the craftsmen have any ambition at all, it's to the time of her sinking on October wonderful leave Morton: Lamm enjoyed -
skilled of industry
George S. Reuter, Jr., and Lt. (jg) included the men cabinetmakers get ahead. But some of us must 24 The Princeton participated !'I in Miami Beach. He. returned
If. P. Jenkins, Jr, who are in carpenters machinists, millwrights start in an unskilled job because in all major engagements In with deflated bankroll but
of 'he are available masons, education, the Western Pacific during this
charge program and tool makers. These that Is what our limited period cherished memories of the Sii! | erIliilck
in Building 501 and are daily experience, and abilities have pre and Bilderback received special I and the little brunette and
will be during re-
giving information on these problems men pared for us The proportion of unskilled recognition for his excellent I all the really swishy night dubs
conversion period, but the pre-war ,
down performance and devotion to duty
workers has gone
trend in the relative Instructor Sherman D voe tried to
In the' professional field Mr downward of skilled craftsmenwill steadily since 1910 and it is ex- during these operations againstthe I make it out to Denver, Colo. but
Reuter pMntcd out, even thoughwe Importance later pected that the decrease will continue enemy. He worked on the gyro ended up in Detroit with Harry
be resumed
have had an increased demand probably and continued ; the greatest reduction has compass and when the ship was /akl, ice-skating and having tun.
and need for more doctors, dentists Mass production will been in unskilled farm labor." at battle Stations was responsiblefor Larry "Aching Hack" Ixliman
'Of ,
and other professional workers, the' standardization industry the securing of electrical I
contribute to that downward move The Educational Services Office didn't get the 15 days he wan planning -
total number in the civilian professions now has detailed information fov equipment Such names as Rabaul, on and spent his. holidays"resting"
decreased during the war ment. Baker, Tarawa, Makin, Marshall)),
of I In the hospital.
there be ering all areas jobs.
"Just the same, may
years. The basio trend for the last Kwajalein, Majuro, Saipan, Mari- Members of the Shut-In Club"
40 years, however, has been upward I annas, Guam, Tinian, Formosa, (inmates of the LL wing of Bar
.. As our living conditions become Proof That Muscle Men Can Work !, and Philippines, bring back many rack 15)) missed T. W. Bruce at

more complex and the living/ & memory to this Electrician the muster of their club the other
standard continues to rise, that Mate
evening, Bruce had a very good excuse -
trend can be expected to continue I Bilderback explained that casualties : Seems he was speeding and

be said. N : aboard the ship were comparatively local complications set in,
'. i Only a small part of the .. slight due to a freak accident
r Speaking of speeding, H M,
:,, lion has the time and P(1PUl&\\ : ) during the attack from the
\ Cox, from our Police
complete a stiff college course, : Men blown off: Hodges,
Jap planes.
.; Force will be discharged thL, week
Lt. Reuter continued. "The flnan and the hands the
t: the top deck on
I. and back to his old job of
be or entirety go pa-
"cial barriers can partly ," lower decks thought that the sig
for the
Roosevelt highway
overcome by the educational : naf to "Abandon Ship" had been troling
help given through the 'GI Bill of .;',.. given( so began to evacuate. It was I Jacksonville police department, A .
Rights.: Enrollment in most professional these few minutes that saved many' good man to know.
schools fell off during the i. lives for a torpedo exploded mid.1 Chief Lockhart of the Av. l in.l.
war and for that reason there willS ; ship just after they hit the water.I !School (one of the "Have Fun"
be fewer persons with these skills .. 1. Bilderback was only in the wa- group) la still looking for a soapbox

for the next few years. That situation :1- .' .. i ter about 45 minutes until pickedup I I unless Chief Stediraui has
beaten him to it!
will be better for the professionals 1
by the USS Irwin It took him a
:,.' \ Ask William Palmer, SCSe, If '
financially speaking, and : little over a month to hitchhikehis I "'-
others to study jou want a good recipe for egg-
also will encourage : way across the Pacific to San, '
and enter the fields. nogs. lie claims the eggs are very
6tt' Diego where he was given new
healthful and, give a lot
Foreign 01'Pft.untlf'tII"Protesslonal off and 30-.
: ," clothes paid giVen a of and vitality. We asked
men :and women leave. energy
will''find for day' hmhat the bourbon was for and
them In 'the European and open Far His home Is in Chatfield, Minn,,] he said to give you Idea what to
East post -war situation; architects \\K KNEW YOU WOULDN'T BELIEVE WITHOUT PROOF, but when any one asks him he says do with the energy and vitality.
teachers labora- so a camera man dashed posthaste to record the above scene- it Is Minneapolis, for he spends The "Cooperative Muskateers"Continual
,technicians engineers, and others, who athletic specialists hard at work pushing swabs. It shows that the most of his time there. lie also attended on Page Twelve
tory Navy manpower shortage I Is even cramping the style of the Atheltlc the Dunwoody Industrial
of more
nave countries knowledge will be needed.one or department. The wabbles, who Incidentally did a good job on the Institute In Minneapolis for two I which Is up In 1948, he intends to

"In' the clerical field, the war gymnasium deck' last Saturday are left te right: Bruce Marian years, then went to work for Westinghouse -I finish college and take up the elec-
i board and which he His background is en trical business on a real Bcate.
gave them a shot In the arm, although HpA)3c( ) who Is more oftei pktnred on a diving
the trend of employmenthad likes much better; Val Verde, SpA)2c( % swimming' Instructor; Bob tirely electrical His father is an Bilderback's wife .is employed In

been upward,even without it Reynolds, SpAcIn tructor; Red Harrison, SpA)2c,.football near; electrical engineer and when Bil', the Public Works department onMainstde. -

Because clerical occupations were and Ted Duncan, SpA)3c) swimming, Instructor. derback finishes his next hitch.: M

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imagers Resume You've Got to Keep That Victory String Intact, Coach Declares ______ I It

Home Schedule

it Against Orlando I ". t

t) I
1 t Minus the services of four pIak \'-
k t ers, the NATTC capers!! resume
"1 their home schedule tomorrow
night against the Army An Field

.. quintet from Orlando.
i It is the first home contest tot
I the Air Raiders since before the : \
\,> ': holidays and a revamped lineup .
will take the court. Four players 4ik
r" have been lost via the discharge \
route. Last to leave were Harley

Collins, team captain, and Bob J. .
Plunkett, all-around handy man. I : 1 ;"V-
Earlier, the separation centers had
'1 ol,
claimed Jack Warder and Dick -'c\ : :
Hodges.All a.

heavily four to the players impressive contributed victories I 4 \

rolled up by the Air Raiders in a r ..
their four starts this season. Collins ..- '
was a mainstay at guard, I '"
where his smooth ball handling s \)

helped his teammates out of many ;t' "p .Z
tight spots. Plunkett, a capable ,'
substitute, had seen much action ;\
In the first game with Welch Con

valescent hospital he entered the x ,
contest in the second and
,) quarter f t as
went on to capture top scoring
Warder and Hodges also had / *, 1, .

seen much action in early games
this season. S

'. Lt. Comdr. John J Gallagher, F\ # t
basketball coach, said that with I
>, the toughest part of the Air Raid-
\ ers' schedule still ahead, all fourt
t players will be sorely missed. He : ::1
said several men who have reported /

aboard recently will be given ,;' (
every' oppi* 'unity to show what
they; can do and may go a long
to fill the kit by the .
way gap ';.. ";. .. :< : ,;;'" .1 '
;,. quartet's departure. '"""' 711'.... .-
LT. COMDR. JOHN' J. GALLAGHER gins his t'agers-unde- Comdr Gallagher: Al hnllnith, renter; Don I'ereran, forward; Jim
At the Air Raiders have
nine players present on their oster. I feated In their first four starts-the word as the Air Raiders Martolivlo, 'enter: and Milan (Jug) GjurUh, guard. Four i.II\Yf'lr' I
returned practice following their holiday lajoff. Left to right are ,
Here lost via reparation during the hollda '"*.
Last week the NATTC )
Gagerswere Don Himar, forward; Henry Lutz, guard; Ed llarless, guard; Lt
hard at work nightly in an -- - ---
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"' effort to iron out the kinks acquired Separations ContinueAt Sam: 'Have you heard about the :Mary had a little dress
by the holiday layoff. They sailors wearing stripes 1 for the I Dainty, chic and airy;
i r expect the Army men to put up a Rapid Pace; Total number of girl they have been out I It didn't show the dirt a bit,
stiff fight tomorrow night in an
attempt to avenge the 55 to 43 For NATTC Over 1,000The fJ : with?" But, go h-how it showed Mary!

setback they suffered at the handsof parade to mufti continued.i 4 Moe: "No'

the Air Raiders in Orlando last at a fast pace at NATTC last week : ,tr:. Sam: "Sure. If a sailor has been Traveler: _"What H this on the
month. I with the departure of at least 83, I.'t \.. 'I, ''V cut with three girls, he gets three I register?"
NATTC's next home game is enlisted personnel to separation, ", -f;;/.) IfL t stripes and they call him a destroyer -: Clerk: "A buff, sir.."
with Yellow Water Jan 18. I centers near their homes. Separations -, '\ .! ;,., I Ii ; if he has been out with ,
I Traveler ( down hw >
--+S -- total I II laying pen :
I here now 1022 four he'gets four stripes, and they
The separatees, as announced by call him a cruiser; if he has been "I don't mind if you have hj.!/:;3 in

NewsreelContinued I the personnel department: lf ir- I out with six they- call him a bat- I this hotel, but when they come out
To Minneapolis, Minn.: Leonard i tleship!" to see what room you take-that'*
From Page Eleven Barott, AFC2c, Donald Reuter, hands too much"XIS
Moe: "Well, old pal, shake
over in the Commissary Office D. AOM3c, John Jenkins, AOM:, \ I I with boat!"
I I a row
J. Rule, J. T. Martin, and AnthonylLavolp j To Great Lakes, Ill.: Harold De- /
have found that since hart, Cox, Warren Gype, MM3c, ...i I : "Where did you get that
their wives left to wait for them to I George Zinn, SC3c, Jack Warder, -Reft Thomas In XTSRM Dial Chicago Home date ? Buck teeth, cross-eyed, bowlegged -
be discharged letter writing is a AOM2c, Joseph Farley, AOMlc, 'rankly-I'm afraid you're not I Me love is gone I I bleached hair '
real task, nothing like cooperation. Helen Byers, Ferdinand Kerbs, mature enough to make chief!: I He did me dirt. I GM: "You needn't" whisper .
Cigars were floating around the AOMlc, Frederick Umland AFC3c I Me never knew she's deaf, too.
MAD as T-Sgt. Dan Ferezan pushed Edward Bosman, AOMT3c. Ensign: "Remember, everything He was a,fl'rt.
out his chest over the announce- To Norman, Okla.: Cabino Mo you say will be held against you." I To those who love Sailor: "I want something! ta
ment of his new son rantes, AOMTSc. I S2c, "Betty Grable." Let I forbid, quiet my nerves"
Calling all 1\linsterleers" can To Memphis, Tenn.: William I I Lest they Y>". dood Doctor: "An aspirin !"
you Ring or dance a little-crack a Buell, BM2c, Margaret Pridemore, "Oh Lord," prayed Sally, "I'm Like I was di1. Sailor: "No, a discharge*
joke? Or hate you nursed an am- SKD3C.To: I not asking for a thing for myself, --- -----
llbion or suppressed desire to try St. Louis, Mo.: Lyle Stingley, but please send mother a son-in- I
Beauty by the Sea
your talents before an audience? AEMlc. law." iiw
If so, contact "Chick" at the Au- To Sampson, N. Y: Fred Bowers -I w .

ditorium or rail Ext. 8132. Welfare AOMT3c. Doc: "Give me some of that pie- :,. t. <;t'> ".'"",, :<1
minstrel To Charleston, S. C: Bennie -Y ; ,
l planning a big : "
pared monoaceticacidester of
slicy- ... .
show and it i N. necessary that a lot Swygert, BKr2c.To lie acid" ,,"",', ", '.
of sailors turn out to make it a Lido Beach, N. Y.: Isaac So-I PhM3c: "You mean aspirin?" ";...'... ,,' d' ", ,' 'I"
SKDlc Charles Chamberlain '"
big success.! riano, Doc "Yes" I ', *"
: never can think of ,,- ,, ; :
This is all for this week, but AFC2c, Alexander Brown, that name." :1 '
we'd like to know why A. Furdella, BMlc I ,,' '
instructor at Turret School, claimshe To New York City, N. Y.: Cath- '". ''', ::r .1
"Did hear about the girl '
is erine Healey, SpC)2c( ) Eleanor you / "
so prejudiced against I ,,
south of the border ?
Green- "
SKD3c, Dorothy
WAVES. Hatfield
wood, SKD2c.To I "Nope." .; /. I
Cox: "My wife is scared to death Boston, Mass: Henry Hoar,I "She finally_came across." ":' !
someone will steal her clothes." ARMlc Robert Plunket, AOMlc.ii i .
Boats: Doesn't she have them To New Orleans, La.: Lloyd Du- Old Lady: "What rank did you
insured?" I Bois, ARMlc. Edwin Mangold, hold in the Navy?"

Cox: "No, she has a better idea. AOMlc I Sailor: "Ship's Optician,
She has some guy stay in the clos- To Jacksonville, Fla.: William I Old Lady: "I never ma.am'1 \c
et and watch them, I found him Churchweli, AEMlc, Warren Abbey -I one before. What did you (
there last night. AFClc, Boyd Bearden. Bugle: Sailor: "I scraped the eyes pf I v
I Chester Chilson, AOMTlc, Barley I the potatoes." I II
Collins, SpA)2c, Marshall Cooper, -
I This is Daun I
AOMT2c James Correll, MoMM3c, First Sailor ((telling of his rescue -
Fred Croy AEMlc, Ralph Crump, at sea) : "I had abandoned all
Sic, Roy Cunningham, BMlc, hope. As I sank for the third time :
Robert Elder SpIlc( ) Grant my past life seemed to rise before 1t
Evans AEM3c, James Fuller, me in a series of grim, realistic
AOMSc Charlene Gambrell!, SC- "
Y I IlIarsteln pictures
3c, Henry Hammer, Sic, George Second Sailor: "Well, didja hap- '
MoMMSc Paul Hood,1 I \ r
to notice of lend-
pen a picture me
SAD2c, Richard Inskeep, M2c,
ing you ten bucks in the spring of IM
Wayne Jenkins. AOMT3c, John .
Kriston, CSpI, Franklin Lineback,
AEMlc, Gradv Little SC2c. Thomas -
McBain, Sic, Samuel Morris, Son: "Pop, what is the person
AOMSc Walter Nicastro, BKrZc, railed who brings you in contact ,
I Charles Oliver, AEMlc, Marion Ol- with the spirit world?" J' j

iver, PtrM2c Robert Parka, CM 1C, Pa: "A bartender, a,m"
: Edward Pearson, AFCSc, Harold
Pollard, AOMZc. Harold Reesberg, Captain: "Why didn't y'>u astute'
PhMlc, Carl Rigg, AEM2C, Morris me yesterday"
Roy AEM2c, Fred Schmidt, It.: "I didn't see you, flir _
Cox, Forrest Smith, AEM3c, John Captain Good, ( was afraid you
Smith, AMMT2C, Charles Stehlm, were mail at me'CSKV
AEM2c, Alan Stephenson, AFC2c, ------------- --- ---

Clifton Wade, 8F2c Rolieit Wilde, Luke Dykstra, AEM3C, ,
AEMlc: : Frank Young, AEM3c, Jetties Gilwon, AEM2c, Frederick
John Horn, AISMlC, Joseph Nan- Malt, K2c, Ernest PicltlJ I'd, SF2c, ,
ale, AOf2c, Cliatlea! ITilt|,alilck' Cnl ffsUerfleld. EM2c BarnardBliocmalrer ",'-'- .. .. ,"" ,
'AO1 81W lc AOM2c llorold 8tecl, RUNNV WATERS of MOM mufct he rofliiotiiiaaout (
9>vVawV-wr 7ltJ T (2C; Jolin fteldoimidge, nonieiingas \ /
JDAUN KENNEDY llNttl; John'Smith, SFCD2o, James Blown, AEM2c: John Wubbcnlioint,; M2c she flHff on fife! bcarli. Tliat'a, real water, too, (rt'tlior : 'b"dl I'Gtllll. I


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