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These Bluejackets Strike Up The Band On WJHP U. S. Naval Aviation Best

:i In World, Declares Knox

Naval Aviation Celebrates 30th Anniversary;

Secretary Of Navy Praises Air Arm Of Fleet

t Naval aviation celebrated its 30th birthday :Monday: and the

Y occasion was marked by the launching of the aircraft carrier

.M f Hornet at Newport News, Va., at which time Secretary of

Mj the Navy Frank Knox declared :

"This date has another significance -
in the. history of our Navy.
e p Xmas Presents For l On August 30, 1913--30 years
Ir ago-Admiral George Dewey and
i the Navy's general board'proposi .
Men Overseas Must i ed the creation of a department
of Naval aviation. Later that
same year, this proposal was put .
Be Mailed Early into effect by 31-year-old Assisti .
i I ant Secretary of the Navy, Frank1 .

.... .;;;;_:::A..:, _... 15 Sept. To 31 Oct. Is 1 lin Delano Roosevelt. ,
"In .
I those 30 years. Naval aviation !
Everybody loves a parade and the martial music Mlc G E Globensky of Hillsdale Mich; IstM G. Period For Sending All has grown to become one of
that goes with it, especially if its played by the the major striking arms of our
N. Mathey of LeMars Iowa; 1st M R. R. Belcher; I
Commandant's Band here. After a short absence Xmas Gifts To Navy Men : fleet in action. And the aviation
IstM J. F. of New York IstM C. W.
Borowsky ; i of the United
with leave. Bandmaster Uriel C. Paynter and his It's four months until Santa States Navy today
militant musicians are on the air again Tuesday Lee of Florida; Sic J. J. King of Philadelphia; and .I Claus is due here, but the periodfor i is without" a superior in all the
nights from 2100 to 2130 on WJHP, Jacksonville I Mlc F. C. Nelson of Sioux Falls, S. D. Third row. sending Christmas gifts overseas world.
radio station. Left to right, front row. 1st Musi- I I. to r. IstM H. A. Jung of St Cloud, Minn; IstM S. M. to the armed forces is just I The new Hornet was named after -
elan C.-V. Sturge of St. Petersburg: Musician lc L. I Wagner of New York; IstM L. L. Gobeille of Paw- t around the corner. I|1 the fighting flat-top sunk lathe
Mikels of Boston; IstM W. R. Freund of St. Joseph, tucket, R. I.; Mlc H. C. Brewer of Michigan; VtM i The six week period from 15 Santa Cruz Islands last year.
. Mich; IstM H. P. Rawson of Fitchburg, Mass.; N. T. Zahn of Lehighton. Pa.: IstM F. R. Isbell of September through 31 October has Secretary Knox paid a tribute to .
lstM J. H Fultz of Buckhannon W. Va.; and IstM Washington, D. C.: and IstM A. E. Scheinfeldt of been, designated as the time dur- the carrier that went down in a
C. C. Price of Fort Niagara, N. Y Second row Cambridge. Mass In front is Bandmaster Paynter. ing which all Christmas mail blaze of glory. Rear Admiral
1. to roo IstM J. W. Charlesworth of New Jersey; (First Musician E. A. Powell is not in the picture..l lWrong ', should be posted for Navy, Marine Charles P. Mason, first commandant -
; and Coast Guard personnel on of this Station and now com
'I overseas. Christmas mail for mandant at NAS Corpus Christi.

Christmas Finally PewTwo I ;!Comdr. J. D.[ Greer I Army posted personnel during the overseas period must between be Texas the Hornet was commanding when she sunk.officer of

The :30th anniversary of Naval
15 September to 15 October the
Catches Up With soldiers en route homeon Is Named Skipper War Department announced. aviation which since World War 1
a furlough after having been : Arrangements have been made has grown from 201 officers and
out of the States for some time I with the Post Office Departmentfor men to more than one.fourth of
Captain Phillips reportedly stopped a sailor In i At NAS Lake City special handling of Christmas the entire Navy was marked by
Miami: the other day and Inquired letters and packages mailed dur- Continued ... pace eight
a* to a good hotel In ing the specified period in orderto ----- --

1942 Gift Delivered In which to put up for the night. I Capt. Handly Relieved, get them to men overseas be- WAVES Sans Hose
I The seaman, with a gleam In I fore the Holidays. To facilitatethis
1943; Navy Wives Help his eye the Army men didn't detect Assumes New Duties As effort, senders are requested'I It
to mark their "Christmas is now permissible for
directed them to the Hotel packages
Red Cross OrganizationNews Robert Clay. : Key West CommandantNAS i Parcel" and to pay special attention WAVES on the Station to bare
When they approached thehotel to the addressing and pack- their legs. Lieut. Gladys Price.
of Lee Field and Inquired about rates Lake City, Fla.Commander aging requirements. Hundreds of WAVES Administrative Officer
Captain Hyde Phillips, holder of for rooms, a WAVE In what' :! Julian D. Greer USN, has assumed packages are lost daily because announced effective 29 August no
the Distinguished Flying Cross and j used. to be the lobby looked at I command of the Lake City senders do not wrap them strongly hose will be worn on the Station
downer of at least five Jap planes them suspiciously. i I Naval Air Station relieving Cap- enough to withstand the hand- except on dress occasions.
at Guadalcanal received his first l i """ho are you kidding ..he' ling through numerous postal cen- The WAVES may also go without .
Christmas present of 1943 the oth- asked.! I "This N a WAVES; h.-ad- ters and the heat of the ship's hold, jackets off the Station until
er day or his last one of quartere." I Key West Naval Air Station. the announcement explained. 1800 but the jacket to the white
1942. To prove just how fast the I At last report the .soldiers, i Comdr Greer took over his new For the purposes of Christmasmail dress uniform must be worn at all
captain moves, the gift was mailed I'i their faces still a bit red, were I duties on August 25, reporting the term "overseas" personnel times The uniform, except for a
to 2nd Lt. Phillips at Guadalcanal looking for the sailor. I here from the U S. Naval Air means men or women who receive dress occasion is worn without
was delivered to Capt. Phillipsat __ I Station at Sanford. Fla. where their mail through an A.P.O. Jacket tie and hose.
Green Cove Springs Fla. He he was training officer. He is a or fleet post office in- care of the ----- --
groaned when it finally arrived as : 'graduate of the Naval Academy postmaster at New York N. Y.,
the gift box was sent by his mother Ravell And Renous in 1927 I San Francisco. Calif., New Orleans -
and contained just about everything Another new officer aboard Is La., Miami Fla. Presque Popular Catholic
he needed-in the South Pacific Lieut. Comdr. G. E. Bolser. He is Isle. Me., or Seattle \V aslor
'Featured Tonight training officer here and reported through a naval installation or
The Assembly and Repair soft- from NAS Sanford where he serv- station in care of the postmaster Chaplains Leave
ball team league champions atLee ed as chief flight instructor. I at Seattle. I
lost their guiding star last 'On Smoker Fiesta The departing skipper, Capt Letter and parcels should For
Friday when Ens, B. W. Coffman Handly, was a native of Texas contain the name and address Duty At Sea
Jr., was transferred. A real Ravell and Renous, masters of and starred in athletics at the I of sender the name, rank or
sparkplug-manager, his leavingwill the delicate art of hand balancing Naval Academy where he graduated -I rating of addressee, and the Lt. Francis
be greatly felt. Another to are top billed in tonight's Victory in 1924. Before reporting to I' Naval unit to which he in assigned I Murphy Is New.
leave last week was specialist Ben I I j Smoker presentation at Mason Lake City he served as executive with the Navy number comer; Lt. Delaney AndLt.
Cohen assistant coach of last I Field. II | officer of the Naval Air Stationat assigned!' thereto, and fleet post
seasons boxing squad, who enters ;j I I Y2c Billy Reed, director of the Argentia Newfoundland. office through which the mallI O'Connor Gone
the physical training school for ,I outdoor show will pull the cork' I I I to be routed.
chief specialists at Bainbridge I I out of tonight's program at 1930. Norfolk Boots Under postal regulations Christ- Two popular Catholic chaplainswere
Md, A group of pilots and air- J Ellen Gaye, an earful, and Peggy Minus mas parcels shall not exceed five detached for sea duty during
crewmen from VF squadron have ,, Chandler an eyeful, appear In tbe : For the first time since World pounds in weight or 15 inches in the past week. Lieut. Robert De
dML departed. I I entertainment cast. Miss Gaye isI War 1 the Norfolk Naval Training width and 36 inches in length and laney, senior chaplain at the NA-
ust. to reiterate for those who a beauteous "canary" and Miss I Station is without any form of girth combined. Not mote than TTC, and Lt. (Jg) William O'Con..
may have missed the recent an- I Chandler is a smart dancer, ac- I recruit training. NTS has been one parcel will be accepted in any nor, of the Main Station, completeda
nouncement. The station hasbeen C'onlinued On Light without boots since February. I one week from the same sender tour of duty here which began
red lgnatf'l: "The' Naval I ------- for the same addressee. Postage last October.
Auxiliary Air Station, Green' I I must be fully prepaid. Chaplain Delaney who had additional .
Cove Springs. Fla" The land- Navy Men Given To 15 MarchTo All articles should be packed in duties as senior Catholic
Ing field' will continue to be 1 metal, wooden or solid fiberboard chaplain of the Station since Commander .
designated am Lee Field I I' or strong double-faced corrugated Maurice Sheehy was detached .
That smudge you may have File Income DeclarationUnder I fiberboard or strong fully telescopIng -' for sea duty last February
noticed in the skies over the Station -, cardboard boxes. Fiberboard or served as assistant pastor of Immaculate .
is not the result of unusual I cardboard boxes must be securely Conception church, Tuck
states that all members
weather conditions. It's rope burn- :, Treasury regulations approved -, although wrapped in strong paper and tied ahoe N. Y., for sixteen years be.
ing as the result of more men recently "all members of.:. of the armed forces on active duty with twine. In addition, sendersare fore: entering the Navy. Lt. (jg)
making their rates. Latest weed i the armed forces on active duty 15 September 1943 are entitled to cautioned that delays caused O'Connor was a professor! at St.
distributors are Jack Roche of per- 15 September 1943 may defer fil- the deferrment it Is granted primarily I I by the necessity for censorship will Ambrose college. Davenport I*.,
I ing declarations of estimated i I be minimized if the wrapping is to ,
Continued prior Navy duty
*n page eight
income and victory tax and for the benefit of members i
------ .- -- i I; secured so as to permit the inspection The departure of these two
paying such estimated tax until who find it difficult to assembleat
of contents
I chaplains elevates Lt. (jg) William
More Time Granted For 15 March 1944 without incurring their active duty stations the I Parcels should not include any Pilliod to senior Catholic chaplainat

Mailing Ration Form interest or penalty. No applicatlon Information necessary to prepare weapons, perishables, intoxicants, the NATTC and Lt. (Ug) Louis
to the collector of internal
;, poisons, or inflammable articles Gootee to senior Catholic Chap
OPA announces that the final revenue for such deferrmcnt is and file declarations. I such as matches or lighter fluid. In lain at the Main Station.
date on which OPA Form R-129A necessary," I I If a member of the armed forces general, the public is urged not Meanwhile, Lt. (jg ) Francis C.
(ration book 3 application blank) No declaration of estimated tax defers paying the estimated tax I to send food or clothing. :Men Murphy has reported aboard and
injur ,be mailed has been extended or payment of estimated tax for 1 j until filing of the final return that overseas are amply provided with : will be attached to the Main Sta
Iidnight 11 September 1943.BPi 1913 need be made if final return member must pay at that time both, so shipping space for gifts tlon. The new chaplain is a graduate
/ ] activities, therefore will not for such year U filed and the tax I' without the installment privilege should be used for other purposes. I of St. Mary's of the Lake Semi
destroy unused balances of OPA shown thereon paid by 15 March the entire amount of tax then due Mall for naval personnel 1 may be nary Mundelein. Illinois and was
Form R-129A before 12 of Sep 1911. I for .1943 as well as one-fourth of Insured or registered by the send stationed in Chicago before reportIng
tember. The Bureau of Internal Revenue the estimated tax for 1911. er. here.r .

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS September 2, 1943

Meet Our Heroes-Lt. Malmstrom: Police Force And Awarded Naval Reserve. Medal

Silenced Enemy Guns Pave I Docks & FerriesGo I z t

Path For Invasion of Africa Over The TopThe

I By Lt. (jg) Stanley Culp Police Force and Docks cocklesof & I
Ferries have warmed the
Lieut. Carl R. Malmstrom, holder .
Bond Officer's
the--War I
of the Air Medal for valorous / de
on this Station by participating
action during the early days of
100 per cent in the allotment pro
the North African campaign, and gram. I

navigation officer of VO/VCS All told six divisions have :
squadron at this Station, has two reached the Station's goal for
prime desires First and foremost maintaining 90 per cent of all personnel I '
he'd like to "get" Tokyo. purchasing War Bonds in re 8 >

"That would be something," he the allotment plan. They are:

says, with a sparkle in his eyes.: Police Force (Y-3)-100r..
"Then. like most of the other fel- Docks & Ferries (Y-8))-100"c.
lows. I'd like to get a submarine.But Public Works (P-l)-95e. it. y rF
I haven't had much luck find- Clothing & Small Stores (\S-6))
Ing any U-Boats to date." -95%.

This rangy, light complexioned Seaman Guard (Y.6)-93%. I
Kansan who now calls St. Paul, rJr4rr;;:,:. -- Commissary (S-l)-90%; M
Minnesota, his home, was in the It Is expected that other divisions ,
forefront of the African invasion .,1 W'4 will follow in the six leaders' I L < .

of a'few months ago. footsteps and reach the 90% mark':
q With landing parties going when the next report is issued on
ashore before daylight his plane 5 September.
was catapulted from aft American I Lt Malmstrom The payroll deduction plan, by
cruiser during the early morningof the way, is the long pull that "
the initial day of operations. means regular sacrifice of dollars I M

"We didn't have any too much excitement New For that could be spent for things ,,
that day," he says. "We i System much more pleasant--much more I w -
bombed an airport, and drew unnecessary. But, like money in : .
some ineffective anti-aircraft fire, Boot the bank, War Bonds are an investment I .t :
but we were used largely for spotting I: Promoting that pay dividends in the I
enemy forces in order that I future-a future that every fight-
positions might be relayed to the I Marines ing man in the armed forces wantsto
American cruiser. OkayedORLANDO. guarantee for himself. By his

Attacked By Fighters" own effort, he can guarantee victory -
However, all was not smooth Fla..-Boot marines ; by his investment in War
railing that initial day. Shortly for the first time in the corps his- Bonds he can guarantee the se
after leaving the cruiser the tory are making ratings on the curity of the future he is fighting Lieut. Comdr. E. M. Tellefson, fright) officer-in-c'1arge of the
American SOC3's were attackedby completion of their recruit training for. Aviation Radio School at the Naval Air Technical Training Center,
two fighter planes. After con- according to an announcementmade -a ,- was honored this week" with the Naval Reserve Medal, emblematic of
siderable exchange of fire Lieut. here. Under the new promotion 20 years'service in the Naval Reserve. Comdr. R. D. Higgins, com-
Malmstrom managed to maneuver system authorized by Lieut. manding officer of NATTC, is photographed pinning the medal on
into a cloud bank where he hid General Thomas Holcomb, Marine N. A. O. T. C.Roundup Comdr. Tellefson. Having served six years in the regular Navy, he

until the French departed. He Corps commandant, 50 per cent of has a total naval service of 26 years.
asked for fighter support which all Marines on the completion of The new wearer of the Naval Reserve Medal served aboard ships; of
did not arrive until after the their recruit training will be given the cruiser and transport force and the famous armed guard in
enemy planes had returned toward the rank of private first class. A Column Of News World War I. He also wears four other ribbons including the Victory

their home base. The basis for awarding the sin with clasp (World War II), American Defense (Pre-Pearl Harbor),
On the second day Lieut. Malm- gle stripe to recruits is leadership, And Comment From Pacific-Asiatic and American Theatre, both of the present war.

strom sighted enemy tank forcesof marksmanship; neatness and aptitude .
Other StationsProud --- ----- -- -- --- ---- ---
considerable strength making it for the service. Platoon lead-

difficult for advancing Americans.He ers, called drill instructors by the PRIVATE AND NEW OFFICER ARE
requested fire from the cruiser, corps, will make all recommendations Of Range
and the heavy guns proved most for the promotion.
several of the a. NAGS, Hollywood, Fla.Built
effective hitting jfrj. JUST BROTHERS UNDER THE SKINBy
tanks and eventually forcing themto up out of Florida's marsh and
flee. Lieut. Malmstrom also at- Lieut. Comdr.: Sutherland sand dunes, the lush, green carpeted
Camp Newspaper Service
tacked the tanks." "Did you asked hit I Is At Cape May N. J. NAS shooter's gunnery paradise.range here In fact is ,nowa it's Below !in printed a letter" from | their respect. S
? he was I
of them '
any I such a the Gunnery. an enlisted man In a Pacific combat Never try to impress the men
super range
of them but Lieut. Comdr.
JohnBain Jock
"Yes we got some ( )
written to his brother
School boasts "it is one of the fin- area with your rank I couldn't say how many, he re- Sutherland, nationally famous est in the country." j Mho recently became an officer. I have it). Some of our best officers

plied. grid coach at the University of Jive-bombing is the newest ad- Lessons In leadership, that tltal1 I come into the C.P. at night and
the third day of and with the Brook I
But it was on Pittsburgh
I dition to the School. A NAGS quality which makes officers are carry on friendly conversation with
the attack that Lieut. Malmstrom lyn Dodgers eleven, is welfare
orchestra has been organized. plentiful throughout the letter j enlisted personnel for hours at a
the feat which broughthim and recreation officer at the Naval
performed Every officer and enlisted man In time, and have no trouble main'
the Air Medal, and may have Air Station, Cape May N. J.
i New "Exec"NAS can profit hy reading taining discipline and respect the
saved an American destroyer from was -"=!i Melbourne Fla.-Lieut. note. The italics are ours, I next day, or even that night if the
destruction. destroyer Commercial Bulletin Dear "Ole" Tom, occasion calls for it.
creeping up a river from the sea, David A. Lowry, who has servedas
in fact, had already anchored near FOR RENT Administrative Aide to the I Your letter of Feb. 27 came this 'I' I don't know what sort of things
an enemy airport which was the Two rooms In private horn for jren- Commanding Officer since the afternoon and it did me good to you will have to do when you
immediate objective.An tlemen. 1865 Wood mere Road. 2-8231. Station was commissioned in Octo- hear from you. reach the war zone, but just for

enemy battery of two guns consisting Garage of apartment two room- and unfurnished bath. No; ber of 1942, has been named Executive -! One would think that one would an example of the sort of attitude
opened up from a distance of 4,000 kitchen facilities.l 1819 Elizabeth Place, Officer. Lieut. Lowry replaces -, have a great deal to say after an officer should have toward the
and the two were 20011.Two. Lieut. Comdr. Clark Buck- having had the experiences I have j enlisted man, let us say you arc
yards guns
double rooms In Ortega 2-5224. had, but when I sit down to writeI
throwing projectiles too close to Living room and bedroom. 2318 Don- ham, who has been detached for flying a plane :
the destroyer for comfort. "How ald Street. 2-8276. duties on the west coast feel lost because there is so The rear gunner (who may bea
close to the destroyer, were the Room with.twin bed, next to bath. Ensign Sue M. Cole, a Southerner much, yet so little a man can say corporal or a sergeant or some-
4619 Shelby, 2-3309 after 3;30 P.M. from Jackson Tenn. is the from a place like this. I mean by his
shells hitting? he was asked. Double room In private home. 2541 first thing) Is depending on you for
"They started to get the range" Post Street. 78203. WAVE aboard. Ensign Cole that, that the whole letter must I I II life, but so are you depending on
he said. "They were pretty close, Bedroom and kitchenette. 419 Park came here from NAS Jacksonvilleand be generalized so its contents him for your life.
probably 50 feef. I knew I had to Street Two, 5-8239-double room, 2581 St. Johns is creating quite a ripple( fora I would be of no value to the enemyif Just being a' "good fellow" H
do something and do it quick." Avenue, 75550. WAVE) in the Communications he should get his hands on it. not enough to hold the respect of

Silences Enemy Juns: 1621 Very Seminole large; room Road In 20436.Two private. home. department You will be an officer soon, an enlisted man because with all
He did. Lieut. Malmstrom drop- bedroom. 1 with private bath Tom, and will therefore have a of his poor grammar and apparent
ped depth bombs, armed with instantaneous and one with adjoining!! bath in Rher- Sports Aboomin' much greater responsibility than lukewarm attitude towards things
Klde Section, Call 2-2923 between 6 and have had he is close observerand
nose fuses, on the you ever before so let military, a
battery and scored a direct hit. 7 P. M. FOR SALE NAS. Miami, Fla.-The Station me, as your brother, put in my I he wants hit officers to bo
i athletic bade
department goodbyeto
Not only did he effectively silence I 1441 Special Deluxe Plymouth with Ensign ..1 DeMeolo, who has two cents' worth before the ordeal flawless.
the guns easing the danger to radio and heater, In good condition.Call been transferred to NAS Jack- starts. You must know your job because

the destroyer, but his accurate Five 2-3562.Passenger Oldsmobile DeLuxe sonville. An expert squash instructor It will be Impossible to make all you will have to take an examination
work set afire an ammunition Club Coupe late 1937; radio new he will be missed here. of your men like you, but you can every day and your grades
dump which exploded for an hour paint job and o't''LItr.t: corers. $450 make almost all of them like will not be put down, but will be
Lt. Speaking of sports, the enlisted
rash C. ,
and a long building was burned. Room 279. Sr B.O.Q. men's athletic program is in full and that is one of the most important I carried around in the hearts and

The scout-observation planes, 1941 Hudson :2 door Sedan In excellent swing. The men have the privilege things an officer must minds of your subordinates,,
one of which was piloted by Lieut. condition. $875 cash. Call 2-8785 of in their If you should be asked a throughout your entire career.I .
between 5:30 and 7 30 1' M.
Malmstrom were credited with" Five Chow puppies from champion choice of sports, and they are going tion to which you do not ques-I know you do not need my a
performing "invaluable service, stock. Sire Is winner of eight dog for it in a big way definite answer, don't "beat vice Tom because your past rec-
during the opening days of the shows. Bitch Is producer of chow the bush" with Ions and ord as far as I can see has been
winners. for delivery In four
invasion "spotting, bombing straf- weeks. Now Ready two weeks old S50 to Surprise! explanations, or try to evade the exemplary, but I am writing this
ing, reconnoitering and patrol! J125.: Roy Hal kin., Shop 37. A A R issue, or make the subordinateseem because all of your friends and
ing." Uldff. Residence, o NAS, Daytona Beach, Fla.- foolish for asking it, but will be
: rrJlcfannl.; companions from now on
Glenn and Center St, Aviation Chief Machinist Harry E.
After silencing of the French Registered I Cocker pups lied). Female this Station simply say, "I am not sure of it, officers, and enlisted men are
Fox of
battery, thanks to daring and accurate 8 weeks old Sited bv con of was summoned so I will look it up and let you bound to lose their individual per-
work by Lieut. Malmstrom, Champion My Own Brucie. Call Ext. mysteriously to Washington re know as soon as possible." sonalities and become simply a
forces from the destroyer 8173 at N.A.S. cently. When he arrived he was Never
the landing A CPO topcoat Has been worn only ordered to report to Lord Halifax neglect to do anythingyou class! in your eyes, so, never forget
had no trouble in takingthe four times. Call 13oastwaln F. E.Htlffenstln say you will do, even for the that your own brother ,is scrvtnn
airport, which was their objective extension R372, who presented the Chief with most stupid-looking private. 09 a private in the Field Artillery
the Medal of the Order of the
: WANTED TO BUY The most popular officers we Love,
Second hand automobile-will pay British Empire for the fightinghe
After this action Lieut. Malm- have here are the men who'will BILL.
cash Lt. McCord. 2-0027.
in anti-submarine did with the Flying Tigers in sit down with enlisted
strom engaged Second hand automobile late model. an man and r
patrol work, but didn't locate any Call Lt. Bernet. 378.Secnnd Burma last year teach him anything he happens to
targets. Ext R36.1.hand automobile. Ens. Glbbs say he would like to learn about Merc's Good News For

Lieut. Malmstrom is of the opin- II KM': WANTF.n--Women. Navy wives Service For Servicemen field artillery and survey. Never
ion that one of the biggest faults preferred to check tau!'\dry And handle NAS, Vero Beach Fla.-A second feel as though your time is wastedin Station Movie-Goers
.'nndypndlnJ( machines Call Lieut. Ship's Service is being openedon such
of student officers is the "sAlety"angle Adams, Extension 351. doing things because even
which has been drilled into the Station for the comfort of though some of the men are in- The Auditorium at the Main Sta-

them during their early training."I tended Lafayette (Minn.) High I all hands. The news was greeted capable of learning, you will be tion is being "cooled" for the edi-
endeavor to get them to loosenup School, Hamline College and with enthusiasm. Riving the men who are capable fication of movie fans.
a bit, and get safety out of Syracuse University. He got his I "Nature Done It" is the title of concrete proof of the fact that you Two large ventilating fans are
their heads," he says. "I try to Bs degree at Hamline and his a ditty in the Station paper to are the one who will help them. being installed in the AUditor -

teach them to really fly the plane MA at Syracuse. I wit: Never lose your temper, or your by the Public Works Departmc
instead of letting the plane fly He enlisted at Minneapolis in I had sworn to be a bachelor patience with anyone for anything, They will relieve the heat wave T
them." August of 19a9, received his early I She had sworn to be a bride yet stand firm and don't let anyonerun the auditorium and do away with

Born In Scandia, Kansas' May training there, and won his wingsat I I guess you know the answer' over you. Remember, when the oft repeated phrase, "Whew,
28, 1913, Lieut. Malmstrom at- Pensacola in August of 1940 She had nature on her side. you lose your temper the men lose it's hot in here."


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September 2, 1943 y,


Brigade Comdr. Hobby Followers They Invest Their Dollars With Uncle Sam (' s sR'

Find A Haven At [ .



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Sailors Marines And

WAVES Invited To Enjoy

"Ma Humphries' Room"By

Robert Myers. Y2c ,

There Is one place in Jackson & rwj z ;
ville where tin-benders alrdale- >4x
mechanics, radiomen and all other
specialists, whether Sailors or I
Marines, have found a common
interest... I|
It is not exactly appropriate to''
New Brigade Commander and Security call this rendezvous a "Hobby ,
officer at NATTC It LJeut. I:! Shop", because when Grandma and j
Comdr. H. F. Finney. USNRet.( ), '' Grandpa were kids a "hobby" was
above. Lieut. Comdr. Finney ia a 1 something you tinkered with In the I
graduate of the Naval Academy ;, front parlor with needles, postage
(claaa of 1920)) where h* starred in I stamps, beads or stereopticon I
athletics. He succeed Lieut. Comdr. I slides. I

S named Pearce Personnel C. Poynts, who has been* i i i This "Hobby Shop", however, is I y.
different. It's the YMCA-USO
----- ---- Civilian employes of the Main Station dispensary proudly the
311 W. Duval street in Jacksonvilleand display Commandant's War Bond Honor
is under the direction of Mrs. Pennant, awarded to them last Saturday by Capt. Arthur Gavin This pennant signifies that 90 per cent
Lf. Comdr. Arnoud Humphries, better known as "Ma"to or more of the employes have invested 10 per cent of their savings In War Bonds. Reading from left to
all who know her. An accumulation right they are : Miss Anna Marie Simpson. Mrs. Helen Patton, Miss Doris Bartholl Miss Lee Rawles,
: of benches, chairs, tools and Miss Justice Griffith, Mrs. Mary Moody Miss Mary Pinkston, Miss Edith Summerall, Miss Virginia My-
I erson, Miss
Dorothy Kodrowsky and Miss Lillian .
Commands Fighting material have been collected and I
there are a score or more Gfl t

French On StationLt. I,Leathernecks already.working on one or and another Bluejackets project I, Pay Is Given To Prisoners

Ma Humphries, who _U .the most
Comdr. Mirepoix Is ninusiasuc noooyist of oil noooy- -- ---- i A curious vestige of the coda

Transferred To i fats will start telling you about r-------- I I of chivalry Is the wartime treat.
Banana 1 Main
what make if Dispensary
you can you so
: If's A Whale ment of captured officers by naytions
River Naval Air Station I much as poke a foot into her par subscribing to the Geneva .
lor. Better still, she thinks .
it's fine
Lieut Comdr. R. L. Arnoud is for a f fellow to com with his own Employes Aiding i Of A StoryFlying appearing Convention in according the Buccaneer to an article
the new commanding officer of the maUrial: but the tools, and material at NAS publication
Fighting French succeeding Lieut. I if necessary, are eagerly Officer Ralph Wltchle, Beach.
Comdr. Charles Henri de Levis. provided by the USO. War Bond Drive a native of Ottumwa '' Recently under this arrangement .
Mirepoix who has been transferred For example, Marine Homer stationed In the Middle Iowa// General Jurgen von A mini
to Banana River. Bwie from this Station has been Civilian employes of the Main with an HAl squadron ,I and Italian Field Marshall Giov-
Comdr. Mirepoix, however remains -, working on a series of miniature I Dispensary on this Station Saturday I this story and he swears it's the anni Messe were settling down in
the head of all Fighting models of Marine motorized equip were awarded the Commandant's truth, s'help him: I England to sit the war out in comfortable
French Naval Aviation in the ment. Currently he is finishing a War Bond Honor Pennant whichis "My plane was badly holed detention.The .
United States, with Comdr. Ar replica of a Marine jungle lorry given to departments on the I during a recent operational j ranking Ads commanders
noud working directly with him. about eight inches long and five Station which have 90 per cent or i flight. I had to fly low over' in the Tunisia debacle were
A former French oil man, the new Inches high. Most of his material more of their civilian employes investing I { the. sea-only had one motor i i I, quartered In f'carnps"-actually
French commanding officer spent comes from odd hunks of wood 10 per cent of their savingsin I ', working. Two hours later I country homes with spacious but
more than 10 years in the rich oil and cigar boxes War Bonds. The presentation 'sighted what appeared to be an well guarded grounds. Both are
fields of Rumania. 1 I Several Bluejackets are building was made by Captain Arthur I I | enemy submarine. I decided to entitled to the standards of
This is not the first time that scale models of sailing ships. One Gavin, commandant. shoot It up, so I went down to equivalent British officers living
Comdr. Arnoud has been to the clever project is a picture frame "It is a pleasure," said Capt. j I within five feet of the water. I In mess Thus they will fare
United States. In 1926 he visited made from fifty caliber shells I Gavin, "to present the comman "Just as I approached I noticed better than British civilians,
New Orleans and several cities in mounted on a wood base between I dant's War Bond Pennant to the I It was a whale and I had also better than Rudolf less,
Texas when he arrived in the I which the photo of the best girl ,' 16 civilian employes of the Main to laugh as my front gunner who Is not a prisoner, but an
States on _an.oil tanker He served_ I will eventually be hung. I Dispensary. To you employes, all I I was blazlnr away. But I didn't Interned enemy alien.
114 me i''arjr tui: mice years, A4O- |I .. The things that can be made in of whom have pledged at least 10 I ( laugh long I Under the Geneva rules. caD.
1929, before retiring to enter the this room include hammered metal per cent of your Incomes for the "As I passed over the whale, tive officers are entitled to draw
oil business. He joined the Fight 'plaques, carved book ends and I purchase of War Bonds, I want to he blew and the water he their pay. But In practice, to
Ing French after the French Ar- ,'wall hangings leather belts, wallets say that you have partaken wholeheartedly spouted drowned out my remaining avoid transfers of large sums of
mistice. I!I els, and a in an important task-a motor and I had to money, the captor governmentpays
Before his departure, Comdr. 1 score ofgotherogadge 'I task which is vital in the defeatof land In the sa-the only pilotIn only a nominal personal al
Mirepoix issued the following j I The room is equipped with two our enemies. this war, I think, to be snot lowance. The British will
statement: j! or three tables and benches. Vices, "This flag, like the individual I down by a whale." Arnim $16 a week, the balance of
"Although I am glad to be going 1 saws! and all the necessary building I bonds it represents, is an answerto his salary of about $150 a week
Into operational training duties," tools are on hand. James the false philosophy of the Axis will be credited to his account in
tie declared, "I am sorry to leave 'Moore of Jacksonville, a cabinet "{ nations. Our enemies made their Mai. Manwaring Germany.. Messe, who got a boostin
the station where I have spent maker by trade, now working on biggest mistake when they sold rank and pay just before his
many excellent months. All my a government contract, has offered 1 themselves on the idea that a Democracy -pIs! New Marine capture, will draw about $30
work has been facilitated by the to turn wood objects on his latheif could not be sufficiently ,I weekly. British officer prisonersin
', help and friendly cooperation of the need arises. He has already unified and sufficiently hardenedto : Barracks ExecMajor Germany and Italy also get
everyone."I contributed to the efforts of the the rigors of war-even behind cash allowances; after the war,
wish to thank all the officers hobbyists In this manner. the front lines. I -E. W. Manwaring. USM the nations are to reimburse each
and enlisted men that I have j WAVES are as welcome at the "They were wrong---100 per cent CR, reported aboard the Station !. other for the sums advanced.
dealt with for their warm welcomeand room as are the male members of wrong! Not only have you buckled 'recently as Executive Officer at.
the assistance they extended : the armed forces. "Ma" has more down to doing the job that has the Marine Barracks which is under I Majors, field marshals axis
to me and my group," he concluded i than tel boxes full of designs, been outlined for you. You have the command of Lieutenant I generals who surrendered to
"and I think that Comdr. I ideas material, and equipment that been buffeted about by rationing Colonel C. L. Gawne, USMCret.( ) I I American troops in Tunisia will
Arnoud is lucky to be working will appeal to every taste, whether problems. You answered those Major Manwaring has just returned get fixed allowances of $tO a
here now. I have made very good Btlaued OaQUESTIONS Y.Re ElshtItl hardships in the American way- from a 15 month's tour of month each during their detention.
friends whom I shall not forget." -- you grinned and bore it! duty in the South Pacific. Previously United States practice calls for
---lP I "Then you went even further.. he was stationed at Philadelphia payment of $20 a month to war'
I You have all done somethingextra. Navy Yard and NAS Quonset rant officers and lieutenants $30 a
You have done the last Point, R. I.Quartermaster. month to captains, and $40 to any
Yard Dept. thing that the Axis thought you Clerk Jesse Kidd rank from major to field marshal.
i I would do! You have taken the has been detached from the Marine The Buccaneer reports private
money right out of your own pockets Barracks here and has been and noncoms captured by the
News to help finance the war. ordered to report to the Pacific I United States get a basic allow
"When victory comes-and it's Coast for duty. I ance of ten cents a day and can
coming closer and closer every dav -- -. -- a.m 80c a_ day by working at such

Seaman Guard ia mighty proudof ,' \ ,you'll all be ready to go back to jobs as farming, roaa building,
its pennant winning baseball peacetime happiness with a little forestry and flood control. Unlike
team. The Guardsmen won bothe nest egg. ittAt their officers, they can be required
season's flag with a record "But until the final peace comes, e to work, although not at a
18 won and 10 lost, and the I: hope fervently that you will not task directly connected with military .

playoff series, four to one, in the 1. At the ? relax in your investment policy St Vincent" Hospital operations.
Inter-Station Baseball League playing of the Nation On the contrary, I hope that month BMlc and Mr Robert Alfred Winter I Twenty two prison camps scattered
Good pitching, timely hitting, al Anthem when is the only time by month the investment in bonds i a son Robert Alfred, II. Friday. about the United State now
you do not face | Auf 20
towards the
alert teamwork and a flaming ? music will grow larger and larger so Mai In* Pvt. and Mrs Myron BUM. hold 36,688 Axis captives according .
spirit carried them through to'' that you may help safeguard the I a son, Myron. jr.,, frlday. Augr. 20 to the Buccaneer. Of this lot,
victory.In 2. What is the equivalent of a position of both ags-the Stars Sic and Mrs. Hlrruan Hodges a 22,110 are stiff-necked Nazis: 14,-
'I chief petty officer in the ? I I daughlei Barbara Ann, Saturday AUK
recognition of their achievement army and Stripes and the Commandant's :21. I are resigned Italians and 62
3. Are
the Seaman Guard team will same honors render. pennant. I'm sure that neither Ensign and Mrs Jick L. Webb, a are crestfallen Japa.WANTEDOne.
ed foreign ensigns as our own at son Bruce Leonard, Sunday AUK 22
flag will ever have to be -
be hauled
given a banquet Saturday night, colors? Lieut, and.Mrs. \ Collier.a -
and on Monday 6 September will 4. In down, concluded the Commandant. daughter Monday. Aug..n2..t
play a post season game with the foreign ports whose ensigns Sixteen employes of the Main LIeut. Comdr. and Mrs. Marlon D.
receive honors first? Dispensary Sims, a son, Marlon Du Bose. Monday to .
are all a recent transfer
Mayport Section Base team of the 5. When participating 23 a vacancy
Victory League, at Mayport.The ship does it going make ashore or aboard in the Payroll savings plan for A'I I r Ic and Mrs. George H. Mill- exists for an experienced
Yard Department recently I which any difference the purchase of War Bonds and ken, a daughter Marcia. Tuesday Auf drummer in the A and R Swing

received three members, Lieut. 6. What gangway do "gold"you use hash? are investing 10 per cent of their 24 Lieut and Mrs. Edward< Taber a Band it has been announced by:
Comdr. J. L. Rhodes, Lt. (Jg) A. ? stripes total gross payroll.Lt. Edward Albln, Wednesday AUK 25 Lieut. Lloyd Alan Laflin, accessories
W Stubbs, Jr, and WAVE E. S. signify 7. I (jg) Melvin P. Huber per- lOr.i Comdr. and Mrs George P.: division officer. 'There are r "
Brannen, Y3c. drowned you rather 1% nearly sonnel officer for the Dispensary, Welders Wednesday a, son Aug. George 25 Pearson. Jr., also openings in the band for two
or almost saved ?
Chief Murphy's tag office has 8. How full who has been active in sale of P. O. Ic and Mrs. Walter T. Hunt or more saxophone players, either
been a busy as a beehive lately, active In the many admiraLs are bonds both to civilian and naval a son. Walter Thomas, III. Thursday alto, tenor baritone or bass," said '
Navy now? AUK 26. A
what with issuing passes, tags, and 9. What is tho minimum tot personnel, played a prominent part CPO and Mrs. Edward T. Tracer a Lieut. LaflinApplicants.
exchanging gasoline coupons. WAVE? age in the campaign which resulted in daughter, Mary KlUaboth Thursday should contact Al ,
j a the civilian employes at the Dispensary Aug :20.Age Love AM3/C in the metal and {
Y2c II. S. Pledger has been 10. What are the Navy terms
i winning the Cornman.dant's machines division of A and R.
from Docks and Fer-
floor wall, and ceiling? pennant. Captain E. E. limits for WAVE and SPAR Jh .
.W1Sferred Aviation .
Training (Please turn to 8 fur.
Page Smith is senior medical officer: candidates
officer at I are 20-49[>> years:, Uncle Sam needs
the answers) the your money; ,
Dispensary. inclusive. give till it hurts-the Axis: '

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Pag Four JAX AIR NEWS September' 2, 1943

) J" ,8 fij tn.t--w-s United For Victory --- '-r

.'_ Editorial_ Offices hir i i

Public Relations Office, Room 2tl ondVieuus romStatibh

Administration Annex Bldg 954

Telephone Extension 8512 / '

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly at the U. S. V y
Naval Air Station. Jacksomllle. Florida by the Public -
Relations Office! at no expense to the government. Copies
are distributed free of charge to enlisted and other Naval ,rMIr
personnel at the Naval Air Station, the auxiliary air By Chaplain R. W. Shrum Captain (ChC) USN ,
stations at Lee and Cecil Fields<< and the Naval Air Cun-
tier's School. Distribution Is also made to the Headquarters Following Marriage-The Home *
of the Naval Air Operational Training Command,
ana the Naval Air Technical Training Center. A topic claiming the attention of a great many

men in the service these days is marriage Weha'e
Rear Admiral Andrew C. McFall. CSN have written at
spoken and length on this
Chief of Naval Air Operational
matter. Many men feel the urge to take the step.It .
Captain Arthur Gavin USX. is not always the wise thing to do, and when

Jacksonville Commandant.Naval Air Station men come to counsel concerning the matter, we do
... not hesitate to point out to them the reasons for
Captain John J. O'Malley (MC), USN. and against such a move.
Commanding OfficerU. !
S. Naval Hospital Hundreds of men have been married In our chap
els. We endeavor to assist them when they come
Commander Edward E. Dolecek, USN.
Commanding Officer and their cause seems just and advisable. Marriageis
Naval Air Gunner's School a sacred thing and should not be entered into

Lieut. Cot. Chester L.:- Gawne. USMC (Ret). lightly or unadvisedly but "reverently, discreetly,
Commanding Officer soberly, advisedly and in the fear of God".

Marine Barracks The step having been taken, the next consideration

Commander R. D. Hleglns. DE-V (G), USSR. is the establishment of a
Commanding. Officer. home.) Someone has said that the
Naval Air Technical Training Center i 1
: average American is born in a
Ueut Cot. William T. Evans USMC (Ret, Nti r hospital, married at a hotel, and
Commanding Officer, buried from the undertaker's par.
Marine Aviation Detachment lor. But in spite of such assertions
Commander Charles--c-shone.: A-VG), t'SNR, 4vvNtoows '( we still think the home is
Commanding Officer q the most important factor in the
Auxiliary Naval Air station Lee Field
i structure of our nation. It is almost -

Commander William O. Burch, USN a tbt>8 impossible for the serviceman
Commanding Officer to establish a home under
Auxiliary Naval Air Station Cecil Field y
Labor Day, 1943 the conditions which exist today.
The JAX AIR NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Service This is one reason why we free
material. of credited\ matter prohibitedwithout quently feel it wise to advise

42nd St. permission N..r Y. C. of CNS War Department, 205 E About 40 Percent Discover TheyDo I I Copt Shrum against the step.
There are some vital guiding
Diver's i i principles to be taken into account in the estab-
Not Have Aptitude
Labor DayMonday lishment of a home. It is just as Important for a

Bluejacket or a Marine, an officer or a WAVE, to
September 6, is Labor Day.In From The TraDiv LETTER ]I ability. Some are not physically !I ponder over these principles, as it is for people in

the past Labor Day was a great occasion Four hundred and thirty Navy I qualified for the work which requires ,I civil life to consider them. If you wish to create a
for celebration It meant a holiday enlisted men all volunteers for J both strength and happy and prosperous home it is wise for you to

week-end which we could use to take a tripto one of the Navy's hardest jobs, ity. These deficiencies dUrabll-j. adopt a few principles. It is wise to live by your-
in the course of the training selves. Always live within your Income. See that
today are undergoing strenuous
the the lake resort to
big city or
go have an economic foundation. In other word
training in New York. The schoolis ]I which is by no means all under you ,
see Aunt Minnie. Some of us weren't very also attended by a selected number -I water. start your Insurance program and have a savings

careful and got killed in the rush to get I of officers who have an engineering -1 I There is classroom work, during account however small it may be.

started on a joyous week-end. But most of'' background and degrees.The i I which the problems of salvage I The question frequently arises, shall the wife of
the operations are explained by expert the service man to work ? It is advisable, if her
us managed to survive, all right, and wait men are sent to salvage ,. go
I school on their own application.Most salvage officers. There is practical time is free if her health is good, and if conditions
hopefully for Labor Day the following year. of those who apply already work in the rigging loft where j in the home warrant such a program. Another

But on September 6, 1943, the spirit of have artificer ratingscarpenter'sand |'the men learn how to tie knots, important thing young people should learn in establishing -

Labor Day is much different than it was machinist's mates, shipfitters,'I splice wire cables and rig tackle, a home is not to try to possess or own
in the days of peace. It is a spirit of courage and the like. Some of them have [ and many more. But the emphasisis one another. A happy couple always follows the
no ratings-merely, confidence in'' always on what the men can do rule of cooperation. It is not necessary nor ad-
and cooperation, a spirit of pain and sacrifice, their mechanical aptitude and the under water rather than on their visable that one try to lord it over the other. Aboveall

'a spirit of determination and confidence. It desire to do hard, hazardous, but ability to stay there and keep their nothing interferes so much with the sanctity
is the spirit that is bringing certain defeat interesting work. feet on the bottom in spite of cur- of a home as selfishness. Remember, it is a give

for the Axis and a hard-earned victory for Since an ability to dive is the I rents and remain in touch by tele- and take proposition. It is absolutely necessary
primary qualification of a salvage I phone with men on floats or in that you have discipline among the children in your
us.It worker the men are sent down as boats and with one another. home. The men in the Navy who have been accustomed
is the labor, capital, the military and soon as possible after they report I Men and officers under trainingat to being obedient in the home have no

naval forces working together to demonstrate I for training. Reactions to their I the school are encouraged to trouble adjusting themselves to military discipline.In .
to the democratic world that free men I first diving experience differ. ''I use their Initiative-to improvise the last place, the matter of religion should not
Many of the men take it in their what they need from what they be neglected. It is a fine thing and a pious idea
when their freedom is threatened.It
can fight I
stride. Others-a small minority j Much of the equipment in to say grace before your meals. It is still a better
... is a vivid demonstration to our enemies discover immediately that they' use at the school has been constructed thing, as the head of your home, to let your voicebe
that as easy-going and comfortable we may have made mistakes about the by the students; some of heard among the members of your household as

be in normal times, we can learn to make kind of work they are equipped to their the devices have been invented byl I you lead in prayer. Never be ashamed to show your
do in the Navy. Some, peenng out instructors. family that do bear allegiance to God.
you Almighty
war and make it well that in
so we are a from the close confines of the diving I With its completely operational
short time sending them reeling back on their helmet when it first clamped curriculum, and its instructors

heels. on, discover that they are claustro- I alert to the necessity of teaching From Other

Let us remember Labor Day this year, phobic. They are eliminated quickly I complicated salvage technique by Papers
from the school's roster, but something more than manuals and
then, with its true significance-the portentof there is no black mark on their I charts, the Salvage School at New I Mothers Mean Well 1
victory that it is bound to become. record and no reflection on their I York typifies the current in naval
a.w courage. training-the desire to have the The Personnel Officer's office (at the Naval Air
Those who pass their first sub- trainee "learn by doing." Gunner's School) has been the recipient of three
:Turn On The Heat- mersion are given constant diving I T VJU L telephone calls from local mothers.
practice for the remainder of their The first, about two months ago, was from a
Things have been going well for the Allied time in the school, and most of Eight Couples Wed mother who heard about the school and wanted to
I them master the of the know what the tuition was for her son. About a
in the various zones during the technique I
powers war On Station In Week
month another could
craft. But that is only the be- ago woman inquired if she
recent months, but we cannot afford to ease I ginning. The Salvage School and send her son here because she heard the school was

up, either in the combat zones or here at salvage work generally have no ,, Eight the Station weddings from were conductedat I Free Gunnery School.

home. Some weeks ago we talked to a particular use for a man who can I through Aug. 28. August 25 But a week ago was the pay-off. A Hollywood
merely dive. He must be able not mother said she wanted her son in the school
veteran who had returned from the Pacific The
marriages were follows
only to dive but also to work when I I as : because he was "not much good." MUZZLE
:who stressed the necessity for pressing home be gets on the bottom. He must August 25; Phillip Norton Smith BLAST, NAGS Hollywood Fla
the attack while the enemy was on the run. have unusual manual dexterity, be 'I and Katherine Ann Long; August FROM OTHER PAPERS
: Robert C. Maze and
In brief, to be brutally frank about it, kick i I ambidextrous, be able to learn to I Price; August 27: Richard Rosemary Keoughand -- t
him while he's down. read blueprints on the surface and Florence CookV.. Gets Kiss
remember them when he gets below I ; Gregory Jean Parker movie star visiting the Training:
The Supply Officer in Command at Smith Goodnaugh and Dores May Smith
I be resourceful enough to meet Otis Edward ; Center this week bestowed a big kiss and a twenty-
Cove, Seattle, recently had some pertinent new and unexpected: situations as Christine Fowler Keeler and Meta fit" dollar War Bond on Coxswain D. J. Lappan. '

remarks to make along that line, at least a they arise. II Vaughan and Faye; Jewel Alvin T. for his.success In leading all other barracks mastt"JCt
portion of which will bear repeating. "Under I Some of the 30 to 45 percent field; August 28: George Smith at-arms in Area A's Bond sale last week.-TI ""
who fail to complete the course BULL HORN NATTC, Norman, Okla.
normal conditions, he declared, "one could cannot acquire this mechanical i I and Anna Mae VVocilewski; Anton :
possibly afford to take it a little easy at his Tisinai and Phylis Hurnecki. J
His Name? SailorAt
work, for the simple reason that if 50 people ':- 1

Could not do the job it was an easy matter to CO.ROSPLPJTY l Navy Radio last- at long last-we've located a sailor In
ProgramsThe the Navy. We knew that eventually one would turn
employ additional skilled workmen. That is L
up. Don't be alarmed, folks. It's not the heat. At
impossible under present conditionsmanpower be following broadcast radio programswill the Farragut Naval Training Station in Idaho,

shortages exist in every line of work, stations from the by Jacksonville Natal Air there's n sailor. Apprentice Seaman Ray B. Sailor.

and it behooves all of us to produce as muchas Station: --THE MEMFLITE Memphis, Tenn.

we possibly can, every day of the ;year. FridayVJAX (2100-2130))
"When you go home tonight sit down for Naval Air Technical: Training Family

h few minutes and think over the time you Center Wings." auditorium "Navy I Robert E. Dyer, Jr., Co. 820, of Alexandria,
Ind., it's more than in
an instance of son following
spent unnecessarily in the rest room. How Saturday WMIIR (2000- the footsteps of father. His father, who also trained
long did you gossip with the person next 030)) Naval Air Technical I at Great Lakes in Co. 820 was a year ahead of

to you, thereby interrupting his or her work? r Training Center audltorlvin, Robert and he is now serving the sailors as Bkr2c in
How long after the commencement of the "Swing With the Navy. Galley 509 in Camp Paul Jones Shortly before
Tuesday- WJI1P ((2100-2130) the father enlisted andIs
Harold another son, joined
work period before you started producing? Naval Air Technical Training now a Y3c on duty overseas. It seems that
How long before quitting time did you stop Center auditorium) \Vlngu Over daughter Jeanette felt out of place with father and

producing? Add these seemingly inconse- America" with the Command- brothers in the Navy, and she is in the Navy now

quential minutes to days you have stayed ant's Band. as a WAVE. In addition, both Mrs. Dyer. Jr., and
WednesdayVPDQ (1703- Mrs. Dyer, Sr., mak
are working in a war plant,
home when it was not absolutely necessaryyou 1730)) All Saint Chapel, "Navy I bomb fuses.-GREAT LAKES BULLETIN, GrllllJ
will be surprised Vesper" Lakes, III.

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'JI.' ,
UH _. 'tot.
,' Four FreedomsWith --

t', c flag unfurled and sword un 4 1 :

cri JHtoiamfK-)i sheathedIn
air, on sea, on land, .
: \ We'll win four freedoms for the
world I

v Os And break the tyrant's band.
..A-.. Our "Bill of Rights" we hold aloft, I .
'f' **'VJ "1V f /
.:. <
-c pledge our fortunes and our j
.:; .: fFi. lives Y
..'... "w '- ..... ... .... .." _._-... 1 For freedom evermore

.J1. By Steve Kalagian, Y2c Men shall be free to worship God,

The still small Voice his guide, j jI
Afternoon movies for night name time drinking out of the Gift of the nation to the world I
crews are now a fact. bottle himself. And one that will abide. !

Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday The girl moved closer and looked Man shall be free to speak the i
and Friday at 1300 moviesare into the car. There wasn't truth

being shown for the men who anybody in it. The friend that In every clime and tongue 1
work nights and consequently are L. S. U. was giving a drink to was And spread his views by word and
unable to enjoy the many' recreational -p no one else but L. S. U. himself. press, ,
programs presented here. I We don't know whether she A right from tyrant's wrong.

This move by the Welfare officer forgave him for this or not, because ;i
". has received the wholehearted 1 he had promised her not to Man shall be free from stinging

of support of the station, particular. I drink anything stronger than a want
ly the night shift at the A. & R. 1 coke; but If she has a sense of When earth's goods all will share 1

Here is a letter they wrote to this I humor, how could she help it? And men according to their

column just a few days ago: strength

\ Dear Sir: Our congratulations to P. E. Their roles appointed bear J
t S We men of the night shift .wllih Helffenstein for his promotion to Man shall be free from monstrousfear.

to express our gratitude to the I warrant boatswain. He has been .
"Smoking Lamp"I and the "Wel I police chief here for some months Sword shall no more hold sway. ,
fare Officer" for their prompt action and done an outstanding job. His For men enslaved and man oppressed -

In obtaining monies for us I successor, when he is transferred,
men of the night shift. I will be Chief E. F. Messengill.I Will dawn a brighter day. } j i

,,.,;;&. If at anytime we can return the .
.a favor shall be too
we only gladto J
be of prompt assistance. I Why does the crew in the Disbursing Station MoviesMAIN ,C. "Dtddy, what do s. 'target for tonight' an?" "w'e Irr1aCr"R

Thanking you again, we remain, I' office call Chief Storekeeper STATION-"They Came To
"A HAPPY NIGHT SHIFT" I'I L. L. Barefield Blow Up I r.3" George Sanders':
"Up, Up Anna Stein, ; "Bombardier,
This department as well as Com Table Barefield?" Pat O'Brlen. Randolph Scott Ann Shlrro -
I 5, Edge of Darkness," Er- Overleave Seaman Has
mander Eddie Mahan the welfare
I. i Flynn. Ann Sheridan, Sept 6,
officer, are very happy to have | The typewriter strategists on "Reveille with Beverly Ann Miller
been able to be of service to you. the Station do not as to the William I Wright Sept 'f' Whispering
agree "
Ghosts, : Brenda
We hope that you are enjoying I I date of the end of the war In Milton Berle, Joyce, Novel Excuse For DelayThe
the movies and that of sVt'DENT
enough Europe. Predictions vary from end OFFICERS AUDITOR-
will continue to attend so I I IUM-"This Land In Mine" Chas,
you of this to "
year 1946 and 1947. Laughton. Maureen O'Hara, following sort of into JAX AIR
Sept. 3; just floated the NEWS ofjkt.
that be I
they can a permanent :
part "
Squadron Leader X, Ann Dvork Read it for what it's worth.
; of the Station's recreational pro- One sailor wag commented recently Eric Poitman Sept 5, "Bombardier,"
V. S S. ,
Pat O'Brien, Randolph Scott. Ann LonqSept.
gram. that enlisted
may Shirley, Sept. 6.; "Edge of Darkness," tOt 19 tf
--- not have any gold when they come Eriol Flynn thA'h"ev Sheridan-'nnseKt\'lIe\ 7;: From: R. E. Wilson, Sic, U. S. A'ot'j/
i The forthcoming tennis tournament -! here but it sure doesn't take long Rexellle i I ," To: Commanding Officer,
'j, to be conducted by the X-l before they're on the arm of one. LEE FIELD Wright.--"Sept.This find Is Mine" : Via Division Officer '

.' division is creating great Interest. I r.les4 Laughton, Maureen O'Hara, Subject: Overleave, Reason for. .
'o f According to sources usually reliable According to one station paper America:," They George Came Sanders.To Anna Blow Stein.Sept. Up. I "On Sept. 7, 1937,1 left ship on ten days leave at my brother' farm
the winner of this tournament the best way to fit your cost of : ; Leader X," Ann in Cobblerock, Ark ;
will receive a free, all- living these days is to take your \ k.:5Er'I'" Portman, Sept 6: "Bom I "On Sept 10 my brother's barn burned down, all except the brick
expense trip to Jacksonville on'the income and add 10 percent. bardier, Pat O'Brien, Randolph Scott, silo which started the 11re.
Ann Shirley, Sept 7; ;Reveille with'
ferry. The same sources indicated I I ---- Beverly." Ann Miller, Wright "On Sept. 11 he decided to repair the silo right away because he had
that every effort is being made to SMOKIES: Fighting French Sept. 8: Vvhlsperlnu Ghosts' MiltonBerle to get his corn in it. I was going to help him.
secure overseas! pay for the X-1 Chief Petty Officer admits that Brenda Joyce, Sept, 9. \, "1 rigged a barrel hoist to the top of the silo so that the necessary

tennis champion while he is afloat he saw the movie, "Casablanca"five bricks could be hoisted to the top of the silo where the repair work

on the St. John's River on his way times. that's quite a record [Meet Your MatesBrief was going 0,.. Then we hauled up several hundred bricks. This later
to Jacksonville. ,I for anybody he must be getting turned out to be too many bricks

awful lonesome! for France of Men I "After my brother got all the brick work repaired, there was still
HIT OF THE WEEK-A newly I Watch out for a possible pin-up a lot of brick at the top of the silo on a working platform we had
appointed warrant embracing a contest to be conducted by this Serving With You built. 1 said J would take it all down below. So I climbed down the

WAVE In the hallway when the paper With everybody getting ladder and hauled the barrel all the way up. Then I secured the line
An escort at the Main Gate,
news of his advancement reached advancements days, cigar with sort of a slip knot so / could undo it easier later.
him. smokers are rapidly becoming the JAMES HANSON, Seaman 2c "Then I climbed back up the ladder and piled bricks into the barrel
&, predominant element on the finds his job very interesting, par until it was full
4 This is the story of L. S U. He tion The barber shop 8ta-1 ticularly because of the different I "/ climbed back down the ladder. Then 1 untied the line to let the
Service looks better that he to meet A i
4 is a sailor here on the station but ,Ship's I people gets brick down Howeier, I found the barrel of brick heavier than 1 teas .
The Florida roaches ; native of West he work-
I for obvious reasons we will not ever has I Virginia, and as the barrel started down, I started up. 1 thought of letting go, ;'
divulge his full name. L. S. U. are are MO peroistant that many Navy ed In several industrial plants be- but by that time 1 was ao far up 1 thought it would be safer to hang on. '
not his real initials, but if you families are. considering movingout I fore enlisting in the Naval Re- I "Half-way up, the barrel hit me on the shoulder pretty hard but 1
i of their homes and letting the serve on September 24, 1942 .
can figure it out from that, more I still hung on.
roaches take over Hitler'sEuropean I II He has another brother in the
power to you. I "I was going pretty fast at p and bumped my head. My
I will His
Fortress get North Carolina
soon in
The story starts a day last week i Army fingers' also got pinched in the pulief block. However, at the same
when L. S. U. paid a visit to his to look like honey wax holes hobbies are hunting and fishingand time the barrel hit the ground and the bottom fell out of it, letting.
and until next week, for Gunner'sMate
all over he is striking : ,
girl. They hadn't been talking all the brick out
very long when the sailor got up mates, the SMOKING LAMP'S so he can go out and hunt I "I was heavier than the barrel then and started down again. I got
: and made for the door. OUT. some Japs He has no definite burned on the leg by the, rope as I went down until I met the barrel
-\JL I plans for after the war but he feels I than and took the skin shins.
"Where are you going his again which went by faster before off my
girl wanted to know. Not Permanent : that with the government taking I "I guess I landed pretty hard on the pile of bricks because at that ,

"Oh, I forgot to tell you" L.S.U I Indignant Drunk: "And ash for an active interest in the welfare time I lost my presence of mind and let go of the line and the barrel
'of the service after the war, '\
answered "I friend out in man down and hit me squarely on the head.
got a lady you're the homeliest tee came
j the car and I want to give him a I you made I ever shaw." I he shouldn't have much trouble I I "The doctor wouldn't let me start back to the ship until Sept. 16, !

drink." I 'Indignant Lady: "Well, you're ; finding a place suitable to his i which made me two days overleave, which 1 don't think is too muck
talent and
He returned a few minutes la I the most disgusting drunk I've [ temperament.- I I under the circumstances."
ter. It was not much later that I ---
,, ever seen!
this bluejacket got restless again. I Indignant Drunk smiling coyly: with finance in Remember I Right Toat
He got up. "Yes, I know, but I'll get over It Jacksonville job a to volunteer company for the Don't worry it your job is small I AS: "My father always proposed
"Now where?" his girl asked.hGh'e in the morning." And your rewards are few; a toast before. he disciplinedme. ,
last Now in the
Navy April
my friend another drink." I -iji, Remember that the mighty oak ." "
Recruit Section of Crew Disburs-
This went on for some time until Was once a nut like you S2c: "That's funny. What was
the girl got suspicious. So the Try Sal lug It ing, Storekeeper Jones expects to it?"
Mail orderly at mall call: "A return to his old job after the "
"Bottoms !
next time L. S. U. left the house, AS: up
she followed him. And this was letter for Cdadwinszkeidnozsly.\ war He has a brother in the Girls Dress' -fcj i a '
', what she discovered. No answer. Army Air Corps in Nashville, I Girls when they went out to swim
Cdadwinszkeidnoz Tenn, and his hobbies are fishing Once dressed like Mother Hub- No Whistling
I. S. U. in front "A letter for
t,: was standing .
of hilt car and saying, "Come on, sly" and going to movies! He is I| bard; I Whistling is banned at sea for
Joe, have a drink why don'tyou Voice from rear of barracks: married and his official residence I Now they have a bolder whim: fear of confusion with the Bo'suns

have a drink" and at the I "What are the initials" I us 643 May St., Jacksonville I They dress more like her, cupboard pipe. ,4.
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P'.. She JAX AIR NEWS S.ptember 2, 1943'i :

Navy Checks Strength Of Student Officers In Operational Training Here .,

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Until this week Commander .yy obuwww ti v

Edward. Mahan, Welfare
and Recreation officer I

was probably the only one on L .n r

the Station who could claim ::

the honor of making All- f I s,, ) i

American for three consecutive -1 y .

seasons. I 4t

That was at Harvard back in C'
'15, '16 and '17, but it hasn't been
eo long: ago since Lt (jg I Bob
Sufferldge. who reported here this I .ea 4 t 1
week from the Naval Air Station C'.j

Corpus Christi, Texas earned theante o
Tennessee honors at the University of

Winner of the Knute Ho('kne 4a.
trophy for being the outstanding: ; A
lineman In 1940. lie ranks as one
of the finest guards ever to run
Interference for a ball carrier or
to stop onrushing back. \ a
Coached by Colonel Robert 1C.Is \ d d 1

e>la nd, LI. (jg) Sufferldge

great mAde Tennessee AH-American teams on He three play- ''s k M< < f L' a r 4 i iij ,'

\ ad with the \ol Mho beat Oklahoma t
17 to 0 In the Orange 4
lS.>wl I in 1938 who lost to U. S.
C. 14 to 7 In the KOM- Howl In I
.and who bowed to Boston .4 4a f k ,

('nllt'ge1IJ to 14 in the Sugar I

Howl in 1910. t .
After a year of professional
football with the Philadelphia I IBagles First Points Are

he decided on the Navy A and R Wins

and was commissioned for duty in Awarded Toward .
the Navy's aviation physical train-

In*Last program.season as member of the I Commd Cup : Over VPB 2 For

Navy pie-flight sch.ol, Athens, ,I
Ga., Lt. (jg 1 Sufferidge played I Aaaeinory and Repair is off to
another year of football. One of an eat iy I lead in competition for
the most interesting things about I the Commandant's Cup by virtueof Softball Title
the Service team at Athens he I its victory over VPB2 in the

pointed out, was "the loyalty with ,: championship game for the Station 4 a
which the cadets backed the team." softball title. R tv
lly Bernard Kahn, S2c
"W had approximately 3000 The next opportunity for unitsto
there In years to come, when Team
cadets in training and were I
get points will be at the wind-
Ed Clausaen
from 2600 to 2700 out for every Manager props his
of the
qualification swimmingand
up grandchildren on one knee and
gme" I believe we were at ourpeak
when we beat Alabama 39 Navy ball Results for baseball tells them how his A & R softball
which ended last week with club collected total of five .'
to U Incidentally we also man- a only
Seaman Guard the victor
Jacksonville over hits in three games and won the
ag3d to beat that fine .I
NATTC Marines have not
"' 1943 Jacksonville Naval Air Station
team last season, 20 to 6. been tabulated. s,
Championship, they are going
Cadets Tommy Tucker, Bill Points are awarded to units for to cackle derisively and suggest he

( hipley. and Jim Robinson, familiar their participation and, showingin layoff the firewater. That how.,
to Station sports fans asS 11 sports which the physical ever is j just\ what happened--so
training department sponsors in help us, Hannah--in the
(>e<'iali>l. first class Tucker stirring
Seaman, second class Chipley this competition basketball, volleyball series for the title

and Aviation Machinist Mate, handball, softball horse- Warrant Officer Claussen and
shoe pitching, tennis bowling Ensign Bob Burnett, formerly a varsity basketball played at Stanford his
third class Kobmson are nowompleting doughty A & R crew pluckedthe
(' their. flight trainingAt swimming qualification swimming university who is completing his operational training at VTB, checks Station softball crown from
the Naval Reserve Base" Peru, touch football and Navy out in four tests designed by the Navy to guage a flier's strength at II: VPB2's brow by dethroning the defending -
varied phases of his training. Upper left, Ensign Burnett is poisedfor
Indiana and will soon be moingon ball.In champions, two games to
addition awardedto the jump-reach tests. By moistening his fingers before leaping I I
to a Natal Air Station. points are one. A & R captured the deciding-
The trio have been. leaders. in units which have men parti- he leaves a mark on the scaled blackboard when he jumps, upper right I contest by the familiar score of
th.'ir platoons at both the North cipating on the Station teams Lt (jg) Ralph Hillsman of the physical training department, is the 1.to0. .
Carolina pre-flight school and at Men participating on the Station officer giving the tests. In the push ups. above Ensign Burnett did 35, I The best two out of three game
fine softball and baseball teams will the best mark established here recently The record is 45. I series
Peru, cluing exceptionally was tight as a fat ladY'Igirdle :
work. earn, one point apiece. all the way. VPB2 won
At Jacksonville Tucker once StandingsUnit the first outing in extra innings
third ranking light heavyweight, Total Point Chin UpS Push Ups Both by 1 to 0 and A & R snared the
U best remembered 1 for Ms, ring A and Roo. 0 . . .. . . 15 second fray another overtime af.
.>-Gunnery .. .. .. . 12
farewell when he flattened Army Ships i Store Ashore ... .... .. .. .. 13 fairby the identical tally of 1
fighter Tommy Gomez on a TKO Personnel 1 . . .. .. .. .. .. 14VTB to 0. Then came the showdown
In 2 rounds Chipley and llobin . 0. .. .... .. ..... .. fill\ Are In Flier Strength TestsBack last
Parachute Loft ... ... ........ .10'i scrap Saturday
>on are remembered for their Ship Company ..:....: .. . I I Mound Duel Highlight
grid .prowess, as both were Docks Ferries .. ........ . 3 in the pre-flight schools, prospective fliers receive I The climatic tiff turned Into
standouts last eleven Boathouse . . ..... .. .. .. 4 another
!' on jear's Marine Guard .. ... .. ., . .. 3 their most gruelling physical training, the kind which fits tossing tug-of-war be. ,
T-5 . . .. .. ... .. . .. 3 I tween Big Stan Pointek, A & R
Lieut. Paul Mooney, of the physical I Cook Baker ..... .. ...... .. .. :2 them to fly the Navy's many war planes.By speedball star, and "Beque"
training department was always I Naval I Hospital .. .. ........ .. .. 2 the time a flier has reachedthe I. -- -- Smith, VPB2's chunker.
Stoiekeepeisbesman . .. . . . :2 crafty
considered a master strategist Guard .. .. .. ... .. .. :2 operational phase of his work, : Pointek stepped the fast seven inn
by rival coaches when he vo-vrs . . . .. .. .. .. 3 physical training is reduced con- Operations Leads ings in impressive fashion scatter-
piloting the Columbia universitybasketball I VM Uangdi: . . . . . 2 siderably and the stress is as it ing two hits and his teammates
Main Dispensary . . . . 2 I
team. Recently he _._ should be on his flying. Officers Softball produced the same number of hits
transferred his talents to the skeet Still the Navy keeps a contin- off Smith but cashed in on them.

range. Outstanding WrestlerIs uous check on its trainees givIng -I With two away in the second '
Anxious to defeat ace shot Lieut. them strength tests when they The Officers softball league is frame, A & R's Joe Secan started -.
Charles Seymour officer in chargeof In Training At VTB complete their work at pre-flight nearing the finish with Operationsstill the ball rolling with a line drive
the range he challenged him schools, at elimination bases at leading the field with seven single down third. Secan burglared -
Dick Benson whom
to a match and the pair went out Ensign air stations and finally at the victories and no defeats. second base. Plew deliveredthe
Lieut. Richard Waite athletic officer
to settle who was champion. After close of their operational work. In last week's feature battle cruelest blow of all-a smash
once around the range the at Squadron VTB describes i Lt. (jg) Hillsman Given< Tests Operations withstood the challengeof through the pitcher's box, scoring-
as the finest 165 wrestler in
challenger had a perfect score pound At the Station, Lt (Jg i Ralph the second place Dispensary Secan with the only run of the
the East is in at
and thereupon placed his gun backin VTB now training Hillsman. of the physical training team and remained undefeated Albright day. Miller made a play for Se
the rack saying that the match I department checks out all student led the hitting attack for can at home plate but the throw
w<*3 over. Lieut. Wake a former wrestling. officers on four strength tests, I the winners while Stark pitchedthe was wide. During the maneuver
Lieut. Seymour who had missed coach at Columbia university says chin jump-reach and team to victory. Heavy hitters ,
he's seen them all in recent I ups push ups. (..U..... 0. Page S* ..
years In the contest which went to
one bird, protested but to no step ups. Operations --"Ji(--
and that Ensign Benson is tops by 5 to 2
avail. I "It is Interesting to note says a score were
"I'm one bird better than you As a sophomore at the U. of Penn I Lt (Jg Hillsman, "how fliers i Blickle. Anderson Albright, Kroll, Lt. Comdr. Meagher Assumes
are right now and that's where sylvania he lost only one bout. reach their peak In these tests at and Holley for Operations
I'm going to stay," the new champion Then he entered the Navy. At different places along the line. j' Naval Hospital triumphed over Duties At Daytona Beach
North Carolina
was reported to have said as pre-flight he won Some will make their best recordsin the Dispensary 6 to 4 with Morton Lieut. Comdr. Jack Meagher,
all of his bouts.
he walked awayProbably the pre-flights and others at the carrying the brunt of the attack who coached the Auburn univers-
-air--- ) very end of training" I Dispensary in its other start of ity football team through many

the closest unit Santa Clara, one of the powers To take their tests here student the week walloped NAOTC 6 successful seasons, is now athletic
"snorts' rivalry In the history of of Pacific coast football for sev- officers report to Building 726 any to 0. Holley. Shrum and Andersonled officer at the U. S. Naval Air
the Station was the season long eral seasons, decided to abandon'. time during the last two weeks of the hitting for the winners Station Daytona Beach, Fla Last
battle for softball supremacy the game when 94 percent of male I their. work. while Bredbeck, Babcock and Bel- year one of Meagher's teams scor-
between A and It and VI'BJ. The student body turned out to be Present leaders in the chin bps lows hit for the losers. ed a surprise upset when it defeated -
teauvi finished one-two In their Army trainees, who are prohibited are three student officers all of Operations won over VOVCSIn Georgia and became the only .
league and each won a game be- from participating in intercolle- I class II squadron VPB2. The trio a pitcher's battle when Golem- eleven to beat tILe Rose Bowl win \\i)

Cuntlnaeil On I'aje j Seven giate competition. <'UDU..".! (). !*... j Seven 'oaU.l.Qt< .. page Sevesi ners all season.

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JAX AIR NEWS Page Severs '


Lee Field, Boxers Receive Awards The .

i Royal Order A Gentle Hint I

Of Whale BangersIs In one Ny office aU the
junior officers applied for frontline -

Newest "Club"Add months.assignments Nothing happened.for many FI-

STOUT FIELD, Ind. During
nally one of the officers made I
the grade and was sent to sea maneuvers here one ((1)) soldier
to the by-products of war The day after he left, the was sent! to the WAC barracks to

the use of whale meat in the placeof desks of his colleagues blossomed tell the gals they were captured.The .

New York cuts and filet! mignon forth with er\lce flags". WACs who take maneuvers
Every desk wan topped by a seriously, tittered among them-
A whale filet, according to the ex-
little flag with Its single! blue selves and then rebelled openly
perts, looks like beef, tastes like star with the attitude that it would ,

beef, and is often 20 feet long. The Captain In command noticed take more than a single soldierto

Whale meat, of course, is usually them and asked, the reason capture them. Before the captor -
He was told, "Oh, that's knew what was happening the
harder to find than beef, thougha had rushed him thrown him
.it.t. for Lt. Smith, sir lie has gone WACs :
'1. few markets along the Sea Fron- off to war and we are very to the floor and he was begging

; tiers already have had occasion to proud of him." them to give-I;;back his rifle

handle it. Credit for this occa- The Captain turned red, and
stalked out The I
furiously. service -
sional replacement of the porter-
J flags disappeared quickly, ode Of Oleron
n house by the whale to some extent but the officers hoped he got I

> t k ; must be given to the Axis' sub the hint. ,

marine campaign. For example: Harsh Sea Law

Recently a Naval pilot was fly-
ing a Kingfisher observation-scout V-12 Candidates 1
The Lee Field boxing squad awarded slher loves by Commander Charles G. j plane in search of enemy sub- Punishments Far Cry From
phone, commanding officer of Lee Field, for their excellent record of six wins marine off the eat coast. In response ,
.. :In seven meets. Coached by Lieut fjg) Al' Mann' former Duke Unhenlty star Present U. S. Navy Regs.
they triumphed over NATTC. Camp Blandtng Assembly, & Repair: Seaman to radio orders, he sped to Take Exams Today ,
Guard twice over the St. Augustine ( otut Guard squad, dropped a return contest the spot from which a "sub Which Date From 1775
with NATTC. The men art (standing)1 Commander Shone, PFC Red Dooley, sighted" report had been flashed.
- S2c T. J. Smith !. Mardlroilan.
.Y. -? 175.Cohen I ass't. coach, S2c M. Szatkowskl.I 145,Mrl Mi:50R.i C Kneeling Taylor) ,Sp-lc 138, Ben S2c Two patrol blimps and two Coast Qualified candidates for the It Is a far cry from the Code of
4 .r' J. A. Empy, 134, Lt. (Jg) AI Mann, coach Guard cutters in the area also Navy's V-12 program will receive Oleron to present naval regula
headed for the scene. tions.
Arriving over the spot, the elimination examinations in the All American Naval law ia embodied .
Il L Department Memphis NATTC Has Kingfisher pilot quickly located a Main Galley at 1330 today. in the "Articles for the

suspicious "swirl." Lightning-like The V-12 quota for this Station, Government of the Navy."

Steps Out At Lee 150 Gridders Out For action was indicated. Submarines the Naval Air Gunners School and Captain Leland P. Lovette, USN
I 4: : Football Team crash-dive to safe depths withina points out in his book '"Naval
Cecil and Lee Fields is 16 men, .
'" few seconds. There was no time Customs, Traditions and Usage"
The Fire Department team, unable -
t. to the announcements
Lieut. for thoughtful identification. that the first American naval ar-
. .:. to gain a single victory in the Denny Meyers formerly : made by the Educational Office.
ticles by the Conti-
.t 5 5 head coach at Boston college/ has Flashing down in a dive, the were adopted
first-half title race in the Lee 150 men out for the NATTC football Kingfisher pilot pulled the lever I Qualified candidates are definedas nental Congress in 1775 and that

Field softball league, suddenlycame team at Memphis. Term., and released his depth charges. enlisted men recommended by out of these grew the articles

to life last week and went where the Navy eleven will play a Direct hits! Right on the target! I their division officers, who have drafted in 1798 just after the formation -
12 /game schedule. Pulling up, the pilot circled to met the minimum requirements for I of a Naval Department.
through the Dispensary and Ma- Nine games have already been observe results of the attack. Dark the Navy V-12 program/ and who I From these latter have come the

rine outfits like a 4-11 fire. set. They are: Rosecrans Fliers, objects bobbed to the surface, some I are on the Educational Office's present Articles for the Govern-

Two victories, 6-5 over the Marines Sept. 26; Tulane Oct. 2; S.M.U. large, some small. A Coast eligibility list ........ I ment of the Navy.
But Captain Lovette also pointsout
and 7.6 over the Dispensary, I Oct. 9; U. of Arkansas, Oct. 23: Guard cutter arrived and steamed I .-
Miami U of Ohio. Oct. 30; U. of Into the debris. Her crew at once that the "Black Book of the
r sent them into first place in the Texas Nov. 6; Marquette, Nov. started dragging the objects onto First Naval l Vessel Is Admiralty" dating/ from EdwardIII

L second-half standings. Slick Moyer 13; Fort Benning, Nov 21, the cutter's deck. is the basis of British sea law
Named After A
, paced them to their initial victories The anxious pilot finally openedup NegroThe The Black Book embraced part of
-- the famous Code of Oleron, known -
on his radio.
with hitS first U. S. Naval vessel to
some very timely -
to have been used by Richard
"What is it? he asked.
S : ling Operations Leads In "Whale meat," came the reply be named after a heroic colored Coeur de Lion in 1190 at Marseilles,
f.? Gunnery-Personnel' member of the U. S. Navy was and a few of the punishments of
Officers Softball from the cutter in blinker light, launched recently at Quincy,
which are herewith set forth:
: who slacked "But good!
Gunnery-Personnel, Mass. The ship is the USS Har-
off 'midway through the first-half ('.tlaaed hem page tl1 Another U. S. Navy antisubmarine mon, a destroyer escort, named "Anyone that should kill an-
4\ S title play and then came again at I beske. Hay and Vanderford found patrol aviator had joinedthe for Leonard Roy Harmon, Mess other on board ship should fee tied

:: the,' end to tie the Dispensary fort I Dustin's slants to their liking. Royal; Order of Whale Bangers. Attendant first class to the dead body and thrown into

; third place, continued their improved Malmstrom got two hits in three _fc jfci M the sea.
received the Cross
I Harmon Navy that should kill
"Anyone another
play by drubbing the Compartment trips to the plate.
S for extraordinary heroism during on land should be tied to
Cleaners, 82. In thee Standing Navy To Enlarge action forces in the
against Jap
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only other to date. Assembly
game Operations ..... ..,..... ....... 7 0 Solomons. "With persistant disre- In the earth.
55 and Repair first-half champions Dispensary ....... ...... .... ... 5 2 Chaplain CorpsThe gard for his own personal safety, "Anyone lawfully convicted of
cased to a :)-0 win over. the Marines VO-VCS 4 3NAOTC
::::::::::::::::::::::: 3 2 Harmon rendered invaluable as- drawing a knife or other weapon
A and R 1 1 size of the Chaplains' Corps sistance in caring for the woundedand with intent to strike another or
) S This week's play brings A & Rout T5 .:::::::::::::::::::::: 3 3 of the United States Navy mustbe evacuating them to dressing of striking another so as to draw

a. three times, as they meet the VPB 2 . ...... ......... 0 4 stations," his citation states. He should lose his hand.
greatly increased in the next blood,
Naval Hospital ., ............. 0 t
_ : Fire Department, Compartment 18 months if the religious needsof deliberately exposed himself to I "Anyone lawfully convicted of
J Cleaners and the Dispensary. Gun- --- -- the expanding forces are to be enemy gunfire in order to protecta theft should have his head shaved

i: nery-Personnel takes on Marines adequately served, Captain RobertD. shipmate, and as a result of this and boiling pitch poured upon it
; and the Compartment Cleaners A and R Scores Over VPB2 Workman, Chief of Chaplains, courageous deed was killed in ac and feathers or down should then

>; meets the Fire Department to finish USN, said today. tion. be strewed upon it for the distinguishing -
; out the week.Standings. For Softball Title of offender
More than 1,500 Naval chaplains -- -- the ; and upon

- : C..U..d From Pale Sis now serve Navy ships and shore the first occasion he should be
i Team W L I stations Marine Corps and Coast Major Foss OrganizesA put ashore
;. Fire Dept . . ....... 2 0 Plew bolted for second and Catcher Guard units.Chaplains. -fc_ =S.
Gunnery-Personnel . ........ 1 0 Grey pegged him out by pitch- New 'Flying Circus' -XiHe
'la .. .... ... I must be commissioned -
Assembly & Repair .. .. 1 0 strike to the keystone bag- Said
Dispensary . . .. .... .... 0 1 ing a at an even faster rate than SANTA BARBARA, Cal, (CNS)
That retired the side, but 'The flag and I are twins, bornin
Compartment' Cleaners ..... ... 0 1 ger. during the past Chaplain
Marines . . . .. .. ....... 0 2:: the damage was done. year order -Maj. Joe Foss, the Marine who the same hour, from the same
Workman in fill
added to
won the Congressional Medal of
Pointek toyed with the VPB2 / womb of destiny. We cannot be
the chaplain quota. The total of
Honor for shooting down Jap in life death. So
batters, like a master angler plays parted or longas
all the services Navy. Marine and
The Runway with a swordfish. He kept them planes, Is organizing a new "fly we can float, we shall float together -
Coast Guard exclusive of the
dangling on his line and only one ing circus" here to replace his old If we must sink we shall
Navy Nurse Corps and enrolleesin I. outfit which raised havoc with the "
CatiB. to reach down John Paul
ed FroM date: fcir:: VPB2 runner managed go as one. -
the Navy V-12 Training Pro
Guadalcanal.NOT .
Nips over
fore A and K won out in the third base. Stevens advanced that gram, will be 2,865,200 by the end''I Jones.
playoffs. All three piay'off I far in the second inning on a walk of the year, according to a recent )'I

. game' were decided by the margin land Risco's base blow, but Poin the announcement by Secretary of the Know Your Planes Gunners! *
of 1 to 0. Stan Pointek, knuckled down and fanned Navy Knox. ,

AMM2o, A and It and B. Q. I next batter for the final out. La- "Global war," he said, "meansa
Smith, AMM2o! VPII2, would i' sota, VPB2 centerfielder, nicked global service of religion to the
rank as top softball hurlers In Pointek for the only other safety fighting forces-from Alaska and \
any league. I by singling to left in the first Sicily to the South Pacific and

I frame. aboard the ships of the fleet on
Credit for the fine job of covering Ruess of VPB2 and Dermott of all the oceans. We must minis
I the Station baseball and A & R provided fielding gems in ter to more men under a greater

Moftball leagues' for the Jax Air I the game.Make variety of difficult situations than
News for the past season! should Hits CountIt ever before."
series for Smithto
go to Carolus Q. Anderson, }'2c, was a tough -'=! ---
I lose. A & R was held hitless
who worked on baseball and
,( Bernard Kahn, 82c, who handled : in the first /game and clipped the Capt Felt DecoratedNAS
I VPB2 mound star for only three
Miami, Fla. Captain
I Hoftball. Before enlisting In the
the second They
Harry D. Felt, commanding offi-
Navy, Anderson! was on the staff the
two hits in grand
I added just cer of the Station, received the
>f the St. Paul, Minn. Pioneer finale or a total of five hits in
Distinguished Flying Cross "for LD
I're!n and Kahnall sports However
series events. ,
all three
heroism and achievement"
extraordinary -
editor of the BeachNews
Daytona A & R got aplenty mileage on
Journal. i in action against the Jap-
, their rationed hits and managedto anese at Guadalcanal last August
--'- reach home plate one more time lie was an air officer aboard an ,

Chin Ups, Push Ups than VPB2 did aircraft carrier last August 7 and I
All told. Pointek pitched his
8th when American Naval planes
, CBtia.ed from tlx
pale team to 16 wins this year. raided Jap ground forces in the

J. C. Loper, J. S. Maleiick and J. By virtue of garnering the Station I Guadalcanal-Tulagi area. Capt. 9 .. -
.; E. McMillan have all done 12 chin title Assembly and Repair Felt already wears the Navy Cross. 'r 1
ups. gained possession of the Championship AT No. 1! It's our P-38 FIRE AT Xo. 2t! It's the Nazi

Burnett Lends HereIn Trophy presented by the "Lightning," a two-engine, single. Focke-Wulf Fw. 189, a high-wing, I
push ups, student officer Bob Welfare Department. Moreover, A Ty Cobb Has seat high altitude fighter and twin-engine ground attack plane.
Burnett, of class 32, VTB. did 35. & R received credit for 15 points bombing escort plane. The pilot's The center section of the wing is ,I
J. F. Malerich, of class 41, VTB2, towards a leg on the Command Son In ArmyPvt. nacelle projects ahead of the engines rectangular and the leadingedge -.III.

is ahead with 28 while R. Burnettis ant's Trophy for Station athletic James Cobb, son' of base / but does not extend behind of the outer sections is swept back E

second with 26 and a half inchesin supremacy.A ball's famed "Georgia Peach", is the trailing edge of the wing. Both to rounded tips. The two engines :
the jump reach test. & R also won the National receiving his basic Army trainingat edges of the wing tapers to nar- are forward of the nose and the I

In the step up test which guagesa league pennant during the regular Ft. Riley, Kansas. row rounded tips. The tailplane crew nacelle extends behind the
S man's ability to recover quickly season. In fact, A & R stood out g i which is set between the slender, trailing edge of the wings. The .
from physical activity, C. R. Lu- In the 1943 softball competition twin tail booms, has straight edges tail-plane is set between the 1
ther of VPB2. class 36, has a markof like a color sergeant in the rendition The reason a dog has BO many and rounded tips. booms. '
06.1 and M. W. Olson, of class of the Star Spangled Ban- friends Is because! his tail' wags,

:ri: has a lecord of 92.:;'. ner. I ivtead of his tongue Courtesy llaicourt. Brace A Co., publishers Aircraft Spotters by Lester Ott. '7 I
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Quiz S. Naval Aviation ,\
Has No
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I Page 3)) In All The World' HOW-THE... (First GOVERNMENT Hall of 1943)G

t. 2.1.3. A At Yes master colors., except announcement.. from pace of o.e its readiness route Over miles.a dozen material develop- J1 0))))))))))) 1

simultaneously, I smash the lap into com- ment, flight-test and aircraft delivery -

\ ors 4.are The given honors first. I defeat Vice Admiral John S. Mc- A 30,000 terminals.a year pilot training J O)))))))))))

sign first, USN, Deputy Chief of Naval program.A tqulpentnt
t the ensign of the I (Air), came this state- 100,000 a year mechanics

port it is. 1, : training program. NyY..C""rO: ))))))))) laI
5. Yes task forces, spearheaded I Approximately a dozen new combat -
used by all I aircraft, are poisI i carriers, launched since the
arnd their visitors; for new piledriver blows United States entered the war. 1943)O
is used by all I the enemy The Navy has I A large, but undisclosed number &"-nt" veueb 0>)>4t
rule may be varied, :1 sought to bring all its 1 of "baby flat-tops" designed for .
discretion of the I to bear against an enemy 1 convoy and ferrying, as well as

ficer.6. Each hash I| attack, believing is the that most such ef- I combat An authorized duty. llghter-than-alr M= 0))))))))))

four years of Naval aviation has become fleet of 200 airships
are gold it means powerful weapon, I Numerous new fields of activity,
served for at least the most powerful Let including Air Information, Aerology Wes
won the good officer and man in Naval ( weather forecasting), Combat u ))))))))))) 1

two consecutive resolve, on this anniver Photography Photo Interpretationand

you 7. If wouldn't you were be of the, to formal continue beginnings and to in of I, Airplane Naval Air strength Transport.multiplied six mi-: )))))))))))

these questions. the unrelenting punishment I time in 1941 over 1940, doubled
3. Five. (' given the enemy from the again in 1942, with 1943 deliveries
9. 20 years of he is utterly defeated. certain to triple 1942'. By the Ja sep war C)5S
10 Deck, let us remember and pay end of the year the Navy will hare .a .
head to those pioneers of Naval 27,500 planes

without whose daring ac- A tremendous construction pro- Automotive vehicle* and 4wrbt nq And.p rKroIecjiilpraeiit. !
prior to 1913 and and other expense
gram was undertaken by the

of the faith airplane in the there military would Navy for its air arm when the "Pay. subsistence, travel for armed foroet"' nd-clvilioM lni[ ..jttvd'oommodrtles ::
global nature of World War II I
for export and misceUaneouiMitt '
been recommendation 30 .
no :
I ago that there be established carried became apparent. This program, ] : :
out in hundreds of areas, "'' J'l DrtrVq
I the Navy an aeronautical was 90 cent complete by mid- .
." per *DMIoION-Qwt a '5i. .54 :
1913. Seventy per cent of the pro- .
Yr of air sta I I
a strength one
gram was completed within 12
Sp .PGLY 38 officers 163 enlisted men months. On August 1, 1943, the iYou Can Vote In
54 airplanes at the outbreak
I Naval aeronautics organizationwas
War 1. NaTal aviation The Inquiring e
three times larger than it was
grown to encompass, today: I at the same time last year. Your Home StateThe
Stations, auxiliary air sta- I I
and air facilities, strategic The anniversary came Monday I War Department has received -
throughout the world only a few weeks after reorganization a number of inquiries from ReporterQUESTION
100 points served by the of the Bureau of Aeronauticsand members of the armed forces who
By Edith \ Air Transport Service creation of a new and import-want to vote this month in their
WAVES working la!! operating over 60.000 ant aviation post, that of Deputy ]home states and who ask "Howdo
will not return to Chief of Naval Operations (Air). I. I go about it?" : What movie
their noon meal I, I I 1 1j now held by Vice Admiral Mccain The first thing you do is find out you have seen has impressed ..
chow at the general I I i !Operations-connected work which i if your state is holding an election the most? .
number 913. This The Ladder I I j i has been carried out in the Bureau I t this year. Illinois for instance, you '"
Into effect lof il i Aeronautics has been transferred ,, ]has no election scheduled for 1943. ANSWERS:
WAVES enter from : l to Naval Operations and of the galley and In Ratings I 1 placed under the new Deputy j held in two Congressional Dis- KAY HINKLE, Y3c, "Z" Division
section of the hall Jacksonville I I i iI Twenty-one MAS j 1 1I free to carry out Its prime funct t the second in Kansas. Many other i was very true to life very unusual ':'"
have just completed I I 1 #
of training at I: following Is the final list of of the finest fighting l If you are qualified to vote, you dinary run of pictures." ., -.' ,
lived on this Naval Air Station enlisted I aircraft i iI I may obtain a form post card at ] DORINE JOHNSON, Y3c N.T. : ...,
morning. They will [ effective advanced I August In rating 1: as Indl-,i I I Secretary of Navy Knox has described I I the "Check-in r nd Check-out" 'I S.'Dark Victory' was the beat .
ther indoctrination I : William A. Albrecht: Fredi the moves as generally Increasing I window at the Station Post Office character" portrayal I've ever'been. :.,...
sent to outlying 1940.'U. Ellis R. Baker Carlton. the responsibility and with which you may apply to :: ,
pare WAVES who : amuel. John D.T.Bradley Byrne. Richard Richard autonomy of Naval Aviation The I t the Secretary of State in your I RUTH FRASER Y3c, T-l _"r.' ,4'
to working billets in Arthur L Domke' Kevin F I new Deputy Chief is fully responsible home state for an absentee ballot 'Reap the Wild Winds" : I saw
ture. ; Harold trledrlch, Isaac T: for "the preparation, readi- I the picture six*times
Hugh H. Hlllyer, Bernard F. HERMAN E. LINDERMAN,
and of Na-
ness logistic support"
Dorothy ..IeQiien George K. Ireland, William
Catherine ; Vltpll A Lunte. Henry J. val aviation and "correlates and Well I'lfBe. AM3c, A-1-"The picture that en-
Robert T Manson Ernest '
and Merle ) )
: (
Albert C. Mlddlcton. I for Conquest' with Ann Sheridanand
been accepted for S. Pairls James L Phillips I A dispatch from the South Pacific James Cagney."
ing. Yeoman :\ E Relllv. Harold. Robert RuthberR C. Roser. Robert, Max !So Sorry conveys this story of a sea I J. C. SACKS AMMlc. A&R-
for the U.S.N.K. : Lawrence Slavemlnl, John I NEW ORLEANS (CNS)-Char- going jeep: 1"1 think 'Wake Island.; I just left
School Columbia I I lie Burnett a New Orleans marine I It was on one of those South Pearl Harbor 14 days before the
New York and "'' <':: Joseph Bernard T.C.Honev Rull. engineer, was torpedoed by Germans -1 ]Pacific islands with secret, deep I ,attack and a lot of my buddies
dt'rd&l.has gone I : Charles B. Carlisle. Philip and Japs and broke his leg I bays where American warships ,I were there and I was reminded of
ton. Yeoman :\ :\ Thomas C. Klnnln James when he fell into the hold of his anchor long enough to support a what they went through"
Personnel Office of I i,I ; B'. Tonl. Marshall Frank M. M Turbl\fll Pleott! *. | j ship. But more trouble was waitIng naval officers' club on the beach. 'I PVT RAY DORRY Marine
istration Annex :: K2c: Bert E. Collins jr. Rob- for him when he returned | In front of the club was the Guard" 'We Are the Marines,'
Northampton Sept. ,1 Cooper Irene Kldd, Theion H.I M home. He was arrested as a draft most dilapidated Jeep you ever I II ;It was based on the actual train
Walker S. Yolanda E.
Among the May evader. I I
Re.vnold A. Paulson. Onln R saw ing of the Marines. It was one of -
:Marion Afersch. Lovett W. Taylor Burnett was cleared of the "That," an officer related, "is i the factors that Induced me to
West Orange, N. J.; I I <': William H. Beal Curtis B. i (charge when an investigation uncovered probably the only'jeep in the world'' ;join the Marines."
Icy, YJc. at ; I Charles A. Booth Asa O. |! the fact that his draft that ever traveled on a submarine. ,i PVT. LOU MONDELLI Marine
I I I Charles E. Brashear David i
Marion Willner, Y3c, I Clarence F. Fleldus Vivian board' had mislaid his record. "One of our submarines swiped : Guard'Salute to the Marines,'
bert, Alabama and 'I Charles J. Hazourl Jr.. __ JiH_ -- it from a pier at Pearl Harbor j with Wallace Beery. The mannerin
SK3c is I I \\'. Johnson Martin L. Jones
visiting When they'd submerge, they'dtake which
Koiey John G. Landrum Jr. Learns Ills (Own) Lesion I was portrayed Impressed -
In Atlanta, .Gf'Orgla. i,I i F. Lebrun John J. Magerowskl CASABLANCA (CNS) WhenLt. out the motor and remove the ; me."
The physical H. Mills. Walter D. Morgan. El- tires and put them inside the sub. i i ROBERT FEES AMM3c ..
Murphy Raymond D. \Norman' I Richard Pollard, former magazine '
of it to'
for the WAVES J. Roberts Louts S. Tiller, writer now stationed here, Then they'd lash the rest 'Mrs. Miniver, because It was
week A schedule M \\erness the coning tower outside. Went allover i such a true portrayal of the way
whereby each : : James K. Hutchlnson was a civilian he helped organizethe the Pacific that way." 1 the present war has stricken the
'I ) 3c: Robert J. Chi'IssI Army photographic school and
Someone asked how it got on
three hours of 'I j average family. The plot was not
John M. Samuel
I I : : Hardy wrote lectures for It. Then he was
ation of the Francisco F. Sablan. to the the beach. week on Navy time : Dally N. Braxton, Jr, inducted and assigned "The sub officers didn't get Into I family life made it so real that it
school and had to listen to his own
Rita May Wingert Weems: Eddie L Brlnson James J lessons port often enough to enjoy using ]had more feeling in it than any
John P. Shepard Advls Hughes' Charlie James, i it," the officer explained "So they other picture I've ever seen"
this Station, were E James.Valter Jones, Law sold it to the captain of that war- I a.
Jacksonville I Lane. Leroy. Albert Richardson Marshall Henry Abra ]Hot Lip Get n-nNi;:; ship out in the bay for three gallons -

at 7 p m. Charles Thompson Frede! IRAN (CNS)--Temperatuies of'' 1 of ice cream. Ravell! And Renous Featured t
Relder SpT3c, and : r Tooley' Willie\ Tyson, Me- 130 degrees F here force Army "It still runs good." 'II lC..tioued
Dermott, Ylc.Einstein I Wilson: Raymond, Jr A. Andresen | ]buglers tp cool mouthpieces in wa- Tonight On Smoker Fiesta
ter before tootling.
E. Connolly Kenneth
--' Lewis C Presgrave L.1' Pioneer From 1's t e O.e
Ylc: Joseph C. Madenjlan !I The first flight ever made from cording to advance notices.
Is T. McDermott, Samuel R. WI,- Christmas Finally CatchesUp the deck of an American manofwar The jive-bombing will be furnished -

: William Durden Jr? Amos 1 With Capt. Phillips was made by Eugene Ely, a I by Leroy Smith, a hot Harlem .
Explosives For Ewell J. Lang aie, Jr,. civilian pilot, from a special plat- singer. -
McMullen. Continued from pare ene form on the USS Birmingham, Don Pesce, accordian virtuoso
Prof Albert !I : .:. Augustus Louis F, L Hall Cantrell, William, Hugh W. I sonnel and Sammy Talcou of the then at anchor in Hampton Roads, from NATTCenter, is also on the
famous physicist I Jr, Phillip Kaplan. Neal D. postofflce. However, we're makingno Va. The flight was made on No- show as are Tom Perkins, baritone '
relativity rocked I June F Miller Michael reflection on the brand of cigars vember 14, 1910 soloist, and the Barracks 916 quartet
world 20 Ir, Francis C Svehla John W. no sir. Long live, promo-
years ago \ Edwin H, Vlikery, Jr. which is most noted for swing-
the Navy. The --\oat- tions.A Hobby Followers Ing the spirituals
part-time position in -- new and patriotic organization ( The Smoker will also be spiced ..1
I>rot. Einstein was 'I of Navy wives has been form- Continued from page three with bootcamp talent and Buddy ;i
nounced ed and meetings started in the you go in for needle-point or ship Balbo's well known orchestra. ',
Star Shell, Bureau you ever opened a box of community house of the housing building. The WAVES will be par .,
publication, said paper matches or other I area. The group, headed by Mrs. ticularly interested in an inexpensive -
mind of the world I sold at Ship's Service Charles G. Shone and Mrs. Henry little tea-tray and Individual Pilot Can't Drive ;
his renowned 1 and found the name of a I G. Sanchez, have now become- a''I lap boards made from plywoodand I NEW GUINEA (CNS-Lt. Wil .',
theory of explosion, 'I girl who wants to write to i Red Cross unit and meet twice- manila rope. liam Sanders of Greenfield, .
termine what laws I I weekly to make bandages for The room is open daily from 1 a crack combat flier but he's
more obscure waves I if you have report It at servicemen overseas. This impor- I 1900 to 2200 in the evening, on never learned to drive a car
why certain to the Intelligence Officer, tant function of Red Cross activities Saturdays from 1400 to 2200 and
ked directional 481. This device is some- is supervised by the on Sunday from 1200 to 2200. ....
Vallee Promoted
highly technical used by foreign agents to tion's Green Cove organiza-I Lockers are provided for those Rudy '
the ken of the I the movement of ships and sentative Mrs. M. S. who care to leave their work at CPO Rudy Vallee, Coast Guard ..
Prof. Einstein Is I': may seem like a harmless extend an Invitation to the USO from day to day. By Band Leader, stationed at Los An-
exile of Germany '! writing adventure can lead to help in this: very worthwhile 1 supplying your own lock, they may geles, has been commissioned a
;American citizen In loss American live: i service. become your own personal locker. lieutenant




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