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VOL. 2.# No 10 I 25 May, 1944

An Activity of the Naval Air Operational Training Command


From Jax To Conquer Greater Fields Station Expected NAS, SATELLITE FIELDS TO


MCb N( i'a

,/tit i Y' at In Bond CampaignSecretary HANDS OF ADMR. McFALL

Of Navy Feels Virtually All Personnel Expected To Attend Big

Confident Of SuccessIn Ceremonies In Bandshell Saturday; 90 Per Cent

Gigantic Attempt Allotment Goal Is Attained On This Station

: Uniformed and civilian person Rear Admiral A. C. McFall will present the Chief of Naval '

a,. nel of the Navy will unite In a Air Operational Training War Bond allotment pennant to
cash War Bond from 1
campaign Naval Air Station Jacksonville and satellite fields at
to 8 July to commemorate Inde- : ceremonies

pendence Day, and the goal for in the bandshell here at 1130 Saturday morning:. Captain :-

this Station has been set at half W. W. Smith commandant, will receive the pennant.

a million dollars, according to an I Awarding of this pennant signifies
announcement by Lt. (jg) Helen that NAS Jacksonville! and
: yd Clemson, War Bond issuing agent Promoted satellite fields, have attained the

and certifying officer goal of 90 per cent or better participation .
;.,. asft "The Navy holds two cash cam In the War Bond allot-
a paigns annually-on IndependenceDay ment program

and Pearl Harbor Day, to sup- All Station personnel with the
: plement the allotment and payroll \ exception of those necessary to

t a ,xt deduction programs which are the I guarantee the security thereof

backbone of the Navy bond program will be expected to attend the ceremony
0 ." the office of the Coordinator ,
NAS Jacksonville and satellite
"It U confidently expectedthat
s stations NAS Green Cove
the 4 July result! will far
Springs, NAS Cecil Held, NAGS
surpass! those of last Pearl liar
Jacksonville and :XAAP
L bor Day when rah sales k May-
s' a
: port, were'! the first In the nation
amounting to $23,079,770 were
to achieve this
In the
the I
made to Navy personnel,
war bond allotment drive. At
.t announcement said. I Captain Ktheridge drant. Assembly
that time 82.1 rent of the
The campaign will fall in the final and Repair Officer on per

days of the Fifth War Loan this Station, recently promoted In complement the allotment were participating The
drive of the Treasury Department. from the rank of Commander program
goal wan 80 cent. At the
Thus purchasers will not only
ell present time 91.6 rent of the
their bonds credited to the Navy per
program, but -to the Fifth War Its! Now ,Captain complement allotments.have registered WarBond

Loan drive as well
"The results obtainedby AI >egirds> ush campaigns.
Rear Admiral John Dale Price (left), and Rear Admiral A. B. gratifying Grant
than Etheridge foal Independence* : Day << '
the in
Navy selling more ,
O>ok (right), both .f t--;l have recently won decoration. Admiral $23.OQO.OOO of War Bonds on Pearl !"u' J100,000 with a final .
Price was" awarded the Distinguished lylnjr Cross. wino Ad. --" 'ant .a+! 3112 000. Pearl
Harbor Day, 1943; was a contributing t "
ntlrat ,Cook received the Distinguished Service Medal OfAfcRDept.Captain goal'waw.. '
factor In the Treasury De t Pay 1943 vrox>0 tthtj'
thsl figure was aurpaised
Two Rear Admirals Who Once Served At partment'Fifth War Loan decision campaign to conduct from Its 12 Etheridge Grant, USN, | $2,000. The goal set for the OOtn : I
Assembly and Repair, _officer on !'Independence Day drive
thus the :
: June to 8 July giving :I :
this Station has been promoted $6 :,- : .
the benefit of the I 0.OOO- :. ;
Navy <
i Jacksonville Win Coveted DecorationsTwo I nationwide program publicity sponsored by1! from the rank of Commander. Cap I At the ceremony Saturday morn.
: tain Grant came to this Station in
ing the Commandant's Band will
I said Secretary of ,
the treasury
August of 1943, relieving Comdr.
rear admirals, who formerly had duty at the Jacksonville ''the Navy James V Forrestal (now Captain) Braxton Rhodes appear while all department heads
I and commanding officers of satel
Naval Air Station, recently have been decoratedfor I "This will extra mark cash the bond first time drive thata has when the latter was transferredto lite fields or a representative there

outstanding service, according to' information received fallen Navy within the period of a Treasury a command at sea. : of will be guests of honor and $
Born in Chicago Capt. Grant
and It seated in the bandshell.
War Loan campaign later lived in New York and then
Hear Admiral Arthur B. Cook, former chief of Naval Air will aid the Navy effort materially. moved with his parents to San I,| The brief Saturday concert by program the Command-calls ,fora
will not be as
with head- -- ----- "Sales quotas
Operational Training Francisco ant's Band the invocation
:; It H recommended I : by
quartets here, and Rear Admiral OrJersVrp/ OrdersTo / signed. However that each command set He attended preparatory schoolat : Commander R R. Varken; intro

John Dale Price, former Commandant the of Lawrenceville, N J., and was ,, duction of Rear Admiral A, C. Mc-
This Seabee M Its own goal purchase
Naval Air Station graduated from the U. S. NaVal chief of
of the $100 bond ($75 Fall NAOT. and Captain
at least one extra
in the class of 1926. Enrolling
"""l"n the two officers honored. AN EAST COAST PORT purchase price) for each memberof Academy W W Smith, commandant; ad.
in naval aviation at Pen-
Admiral Cook awarded I dress and presentation of the War
CNSA Seabee .
( recruit was the activity"
l sacola in 1929, he received his
Servke Medal Bond honor pennant by Admiral
Distinguished stationed at the gate of a train- Although a half million dollar there in 1930 *
for Kervlce* while" '! a vice admiral ing command near here with goal has been set here it will mark wings I McFall: acceptance >f pennant by
Grant had airplane
a. Commander of the Caribbean Instructions to admit no car unless the first time that series F and G tender Captain In the Philippines an at the Captain Smith; National Anthem

Sea Frontier and Commandant It carried a special tag. I War Bonds have been issued by the outbreak of the present conflict I by the band.__ _
Tenth Natal DI trlct. Admiral I I
of the I Along came a tagless car carrying Navy issuing agent. These bonds has had two years of service in
Price received' the Distinguished a high ranking officer. suitable for companies, corporations I
are Honolulu and also was on duty in
Flying Crows for exrf : The guard stopped it. The officer ( and groups Panama for a time. Yipee! Wild West

11 cut service comntander of ordered his driver to proceed I ---a Jli- --- Forty-one years of age, he mar
air of the fleet
wing .
an Movie Tomorrow
ried the former Miss Margaret
The citation accompanying the I "I'm sorry, sir" said the Dance To Draw Babb of Champaign III His wife

award to Admiral Cook, who was I guard. "I'm new at this. Who do and small daughter reside with A wild western movie will b*
.. detached as Chief of NAOTC inContinued I shoot-you or the driver'" I tomorrow
I Lots Of GirlsThe him in quartets on this Station. presented place of the
.. ,.
pane fl -- ------- usual Friday Victory Smoker pr<>.'
. --

Six Of 10 Favorite e Motion "Imported"biggest to group the Station of girls for ever a Special ShowingOf gram.The picture is "Stick to Yourms"

dance will be on hand next Thurs- one of the Hop Along Ca.isldy -

day night when D'Artega and his series, featuring William

Pictures Will Return Here All-Girl the Mainside orchestra Auditorium is featured at Broadway HitThe Boyd the There Mainside will Auditorium be three showsin tomorrow

p';' Reap the Wild Wind" opens at the Main Station Theatre A large number of girls from Little Theatre on San Marco 1300, 1900 and 2100. A"
and WAVESare Boulevard will the short subject, "I Live on Danger,
Jacksonville many present
on Thursday, June 8, to inaugurate a series of eight "revival"nights will also be shown
expected to attend the dance. Broadway smash hit, "Tomorrowthe
I featuring movies which the men themselves have The Auditorium will be decorated World"', Sunday at 2030 in a Lt. Raymond Forsberg, assistant!

i selected throughout the NAOT command. for the affairs and refreshmentswill special free performance for service Welfare and Recreation officer

Six of the movies which placed in the top 10 in the Jax Air be served. men and women. Tickets may announced( the Victory Smokerswill
The dance starts at 2030. be procured from the Main Station : be moved outdoors for the
News Movie Poll are included in ---- -
\ others will --teaTickets --- Welfare Office, it was announced. I summer, beginning next week
the list with two being be Known In the ame order
Boxing matches will be added to
picked by the rest of the NAOTC I at the other command However Available For Playing one of the lead roles in ,
enliven the weekly shows.
the dramatic is Jack Cummins -
Bta lions. "Random Harvest which men on the main side will play
captured first place In nearly every see all the "revival" pictures before Dances In Jacksonville Sp(\)) le. of this Station I ---*
poll conducted at the smaller sta anyone eUe. "Tomorrow the World"' will open New Voting LawsThe

tions, and "Mr. Lucky" were not I In addition to the re-running of Sailors attend and two marines dances in are Jacksonville invitedto for the public Monday and con- I states! of Maine, North Dakota .
tinue its through Saturday, 3
among the winners in the poll here these older pictures, a parade of this week. run and Oklahoma recently have
Cibin. in the Sky" placed first In to bo June Admission for servicemen at enacted new service-voting laws
outstanding pictures seem
The Jacksonville Defense Coun- .
will be half but I
these shows price
the at tills Station I making It possible for eligible voters
poll in prospect for the month of June. cil is staging a military dance at
The re-showing of the winning Some of the pictures booked by the I the Recreation Service Center the Sunday performance Is free for I In these states to apply fur a
movies will take place on City men and women in uniform. ballot by sending the official '
older : Welfare Office for June are: (Waterworks Park 1 Broad. application
l 3rf --- -
at the Main Station post card to their
Thursdays Dr. Waiiell, Gary Cooper I I cast Place) tomorrow night start- respective
Story of War
Theatre Saturdays at the Hospital Buy, Buy Bond secretaries of state i
Adventures of Hark Twatit. ing at 2030. The Council is hold-
Sundays at the Student Of- OrBye -- '---- ---
another dance at the St Paul'sParish
Frederic March; Coin 7 My Way ing
auditorium and Mons >, Bye Freedom
liters' n' Hall Forbes and Acosta teed The Jut Ur( >.w. HOM?!
if _Billy' Crosby: Ew of St. Mark, (
-- --
the -- ----
at the NATTC. n ---- ---- ---
days nn Baxter; Bathing Beauty, Es- Streets) Saturday night startingat

order of their show Static! un 'her Will Main
night at CORBEgg '
for both
II red MacMurray, Barbara StaJ1ck ,.- Admission tickets I
. '
!r follows available free at the *
Reap the Wild \Vlr i 1 : Center\nllf Ghott Charles dances are Did youuKmTOttond today j
Cabin| In the Sky Jane. ughton,' Secret Command. Pat Mainside Welfare office, topside WelLt In fact Mr. Cor belt has ben buying' a

(oney Island 'mien, Carol Land\i\ Chester Recreation building. \ War Berg a al .lfid.on two years now.
Stormy Wealher ''orrl' and CaMMoivi Broiv, Gary I --- -----*- A clvi1Tinuup{ & R on this Station Coibett has Invested

Pride of the Yank* :July: tij,1 ,c par and Theresa Wnyht Feature Capt. Lynch over $$400 JlQjW:: .ir|B4>nds. He purchases two $lOt) Bonds a monthon

Itamlom harvest \July ,1' ese and other picture are ex-: Captain Joseph B Lynch, Com the p*>wUf' Y1ngi.. plan| and always buys at taut a $500 Bond

Watch on the Rhine ;July. >d:. ted to provide the men on the manding Officer of the Naval Air for caAhj a acJi.rnontha..,
Sir Lucky "'"11:31. station with full movie ent rtaLn- Technical Training Center, will b! In addiUauCort Ki buys Bonds of large denominations for any;,

Although the date?? Ahawa, lathe ent; (in spite of the curtailment the subject of this week's Personality special .iWv Kejjntcfvls to buy two $1,000 War Bonds during the

above schedule feir,, .4hw '4 ipro.juett"n by Hollywood studios sketch on "Navy News': conimng! it ndeepi od eni 3 Diy War Bond campaign which will bits
, I Main Station, the nmevlr+ ', burins: the summer moatltj, I tomorrow at 1750 on WJAX I .t3g ( tJ ,""r I s 3'.]1y I

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Pages Two JAX AIR NEWS 25 May, 1944 I

Officers Invited To I Fighting Son of Fighting Family Is

Dance Affair Tonite

Panhellenic.Officers :are and invited Junior to 'Woman'sClub attend a Carrying On Tradition In, War Zone

dance tonight at the Wom
r an's Club, located at the corner Theodore Roosevelt III, a member of America's famous

of Riverside avenue and Post "Rough Rider" family, who formerly was stationed here, and

street. A band from the Station now is in the Pacific, has been awarded the Air Medal for
will furnish music for the dance
i which gets under swing at 2130. excellent photographic work while serving as a flag lieutenant

I on the staff of Rear Admiral John Dale Price.

I Lieut. Roosevelt, according to''
word received here received the sider any one decision the most! im
Good Are Often Late ArrivingBut I
Things : !.
decoration for work accomplished portant. However, one time I decided -

during raids on'ake Island. to become an aerial gunnerand

Guard Thinks Medal Was Worth It Reporting to the Air Station was was turned turned down down.may The have fact been I

here in February, 1942, Lieut.
I the most important thing in my
By rattle Fontaine Bennett 1------- ----- -- --- Roosevelt served as aide to the life."

The modesty of our soldiers oi: many a man has paused to check executive officer, Comdr. W. J. R. W. ROBERTSON, AMM2c:
his metal to make sure of it, because Mullins until April 1943. He was
the 'first World War' is really I "That's a tough one. The most im-
something to cope with, but here, of its message. detached soon after Admiral Price, portant decision I've ever been
at last, is the story of another of Bud'as a third class Ms-the who had been transferred to a called upon to make was to join
he drew
our popular civilian guards Rob chinist's Matehen command at sea following a tour the Navy or wait for the draft to
ert N. Golden (who failed to give I picture. lIe was always doing of duty as Commandant of the catch me. I joined the Navy."

me his rank), who on April 25: something like that when he Naval Air Station, reported to his F. TIMPERLAKE, A M M 2 c :
could use his talent as an artist ., Kancocic cf new post and Lieut. Roosevelt
this year received the Purple had I, .a. v. nu j y "Whether to enlist in the Navy or
Heart award after having been to build up morale. Hud could I tne Bureau ot Aeronautics, Washington went on the Admiral's staff.A to stay In defense work was my

'wounded 25 years ago by shrapnel something on the ball-j on D. CO. made a completetour son, Theodore Roosevelt IV, most important decision. The influence -
fire in the Meuse-Argonne For II tell It when you talked to It of the Naval Air Operational was born to Lieut. and Mrs. Roosevelt of the service may changethe

rest: sector, September 18, 1918. One day he disappeared and Training Command with Lie t. while they resided in Jack- entire course of my life."
Mr. Golden enlisted June 27, I was really no surprise "hf'n4 eI Edith Stallings last week. Lieut. sonville., NORMAN WAKING AMM2c:

1917. at Jersey City, N. J., in Co I I heard that hewas a Flight I Comdr. Hancock was on this Sta- Son of Brig. Gen. Theodore II, "To Join the Navy or continue my

K, 4th New Jersey Infantry and Cadet. tion from 16 May until 21 May.WA and grandson of President "Ted- studies at Los Angeles City College
was sent to Anniston, Ala., Camp I I Almost as suddenly, it seemed, \'ES are reminded to save dy" Roosevelt, young Roosevelt was the decision I had to

:McClellan, for his training and was I Ensign Simpson appeared in the nut Wednesday for the picnic comes from a family of fightingmen. make. I Joined. It was importantto
cent from there, in December Machine Shop. He was a fine fig- and athletic demonstration to be He has two brothers in the me because if I stayed at college .
of the same year to France. He ure in his new uniform, strong of given by the Welfare and Athletic service, Capt. Quentin Rooseveltof I would have a profession.Now .
and landed in I clear eyed, and full of the The begins "
railed Dec. 29, 1917 arm department. picnic the U. S. Army and Lt. (Jg) I haven't any.
11, 1918. of life. His new rank and at 100 with the '
Brest. France on January vigor sports' program .
Cornelius Roosevelt of the U. S. CHARLES F. STOCKTON ,
from which he hiked to Napoleon good fortune made no change in following at 1800. decision '
I AMMlc "The most important -
Barracks to await transfer to the Bud. He was his same shy, mod- Effective immediately and until
had to make
I was
Ambulance Corps est self as he sat on the work further notice WAVES ever
:102nd Motor I' may bring either to dive overboard and swim
thus putting him immediately into bench at "chow time" and talked enlisted men guests into their area Navy.The that sink-
stay with a plane was
action He saw service at St. Mi- with his former mates.Everybody I for co-recreation during the follow- InquiringReporter or Ing. I was at Corpus Christi at the

hiel, Argonne Forrest, Chateau-\\ liked and admired ing hours: Monday through Sat- time. It was a PBY and she hada
Thierry, Verdun and Hill I Bud. He was clean and fine, the urday from 1800 until 2100; Sun- large hole punched In the bottom.
It was in the Meuse-Argonne sector I kind of a fellow you want your day from 1300 until 2100. We'd fallen in the water and she

that he received' the wounds own boy to be. Fifty WAVES have been invitedto was sinking. I decided to stay and

that sent him to a hospital for a Tokio Joe must be. smiling to- a dance at Camp Blanding Fri- we managed to save the plane by
and treatments. A few day. The dance is sponsored by the "
rest period night, for we have just! received beaching her.
weeks later he was sent back to 69th Regiment, Co "B", 227 Bat-
the sad new that Bud Simpson DEBORAH PATTEN. Sic:
his, outfit, re-joining many of his has made his last flight. Yrs, talion. The girls will leave from QUESTION: What is the "Joining the WAVES. It was an

former 'buddies', where he was Tokio Joe's grin must be more I Building 720 Friday at 1845. Those most important decision you important decision to make. I left

awarded the Croix De Guerre with evil than ever to know that there wishing to attend should sign up have ever had to make in my God's country at hr.-." to comedown
and star, by the French Government I in their own barracks. I "
palm li one less! American to blast life ? to this here.
presented by Marshal Ten WAVES were the guests of your
the! yellow hordes out of the CPL. IRWIN WEINTSTEIN
Foch. Mr Golden had previouslybeen klt"S. Mrs. Margaret J Massee at her ANSWERS: Marine: "When I Joined the Marine
presented a letter of commen- lovely home in Azaleana Manorin R. ,N. SAMUELSON, AMM3c:
But Bud, that evil grin will be Corps, I made the decision. It'sthe
dation by General Pershing, and short lived. That picture you drew Orange Park Sunday. They were "The most important decision I most important part of my life
the Victory Medal Hill Minnie ever had to make was whether to
had received Mary DeVitt Connie far."
has become a symbol! to us. I see so
#wrtth! tou..tars. During his months former mates looking at it Webb, DeLellis Gallagher, Mary wait for the draft or join the Navy. SGT. CHAP IS BUSH, Marine:

overseas ,he in addition to theaforementioned your and walking away with a grim de- Marlin, Agnes O'Reilly, Audrey I sweated out the draft for six "V..'unteerinj? for aerial gunnery.

places was z..fM .at_ *c..r...i..wU ",0111 n'h -jv"' hereis Printup, Emily Mulcahy, Eleanor months, then enlisted. I haven'thad It was the difference between beingin
Mmes stationed 11* Bouri-Mon's and I Gustafson, who will soon be taking Mason and Terry Staudt. a chance in my life to ever the air or on the ground."
: -**.; jraisavant Le make any other decision as vitalto Ma-
:. flight training.
Number 5 at "
.X.h.e; Baa Hospital, N.A.S., :Norfolk and transferred me.
to think back and
i kins, Baisden, Stone, Lendrum, rine: "It'sard
i Saranay. He was a very happy to Jacksonville In Feb., 1941 as JULIE FOSSETT, Sk3c: "Thatis However
i Lester, Sargent and all the others. name the one decision. ,
young loldier when he was told Aviation Metalsmlth Maximum. a question. I can think of some
There is civilian Gilburg, with one of the most important was
he wa coming home, and he left He was placed In charge of 'big answers but you couldn't put themin married
decided not to
I I tear in his Pop wants to when I get
France from St. Na- a eye. while the A VH '
picturesque boat' repair was the paper. So Just put down thatit
write a letter to wife and Look at the trouble and money I
ziere, landing a few weeks later in I: your located In the Trade School area was Joining the WAVES." "
tell her how we feel about
good old N. Y. There is Pickens and Newman you.and and later he was advanced to RUFUS B. JONES S2c: "Whether E. F. TOWNSEND, AMM3C?
add to this I of the Hull and Fusemissioned. I should get married' or not.That's .
I would like to storyan that fellow who handles the metal supervisor_ __....__ ___ "When I was drafted, I had to
.. .
incident which Mr. Golden tells rack on the night shift, and Drie- lagshoi), ftllII A.'It was the only big one I ever make the most important decisionof

which happened on the heels of his I belbis who told you about the need I made. And even then I didn't make my life. When the guy said tome
landing back in the States. Upon for something to straighten out the In January, 1942 when Interim !' the decision. She did." Army or Navy, I said Navy
his arrival the Salvation Army metal rack. All of them-and everyman Overhaul was commissioned, as an JOHN C. COLEMAN, S2c: "The and that was it."

sent his mother a wire telling o'f in the shop, as they go by additional division of the A&R he' morning I woke up at Camp FLORA BEAMISH S2c: "When'

his! safe arrival and that he wouldbe I your picture, they seem to square was made leading man and soon Blanding, I didn't know whetherI I joined the Navy. It certainly was
at Kena- thereafter advanced to quarterman I was in a prison or the I
at the temporary camp their shoulders and clench their army. the most important decision of my ,
certain of during which time he received decided to join the Navy and that I
fly. N. J., for a period fists, with the new determination I I life. It was the biggest thing I ever
time and then sent to the de- to knock that smile off Tokio Joe's (in behalf of the Interim Overhaul I was the most" important verdict Iever had to decide for myself"

mobilization camp at Wrights- I and Maintenance) the Station I reached. I ----- .* -- -
town i(Just outside Trenton), until I. face.Yes Bud Bud Safety Award for 1943, awarded BERNARD H. STEINEB, AMM2c Y r
Ensign Simpson! '
time for his discharge. When he are now where you can dip the division having the best safety : "I was at Houltville, Callf"j'] New York Group Seeks
arrived at camp he was told that brushes into the everlastingcolors record for the previous 15 months. and one day a plane came
he could have a 24 hour pass, but your and paint the beauties of I He also was commended for a very fire. It was carrying live Jobs For ExServicemenNEW
he refused. His 'buddy' asked him high percentage in deductions for tion. I was on the ammuni-I
Life Eternal. You can smile as you YORK (CNS Former'
the which he bonds making Interim Overhaul then I had to make the
to get pass any way ,
paint, because you have, by your Gov. Alfred E. Smith has organized -
did in his own name and let the presence amongst us. left a heritage -" 10Qf/r in bond deductions. On May portant decision in my whethI I a group of New York civic
'buddy' use it. That very day Mr. of example that will ; 9, of this year Mr. 'Terk' returned er to run after the plane or run j i industrial leaders who will
: spur your and ,
CJolden's father decided to call at to the M&M Division where none away from it. I ran to it, and we
buddies!! and fellow workers on and i seek to pledge business and industry
thf camp, but was told at the gatethat of his scores of friends has to doubt saved the ship. I
until evil of Tokio torj
I on grin I to line up post war Jobs
a 24 hour he is to be on'eagain HANK DEVRIES, S2c: "Get- ,
Golden was on that very happy '.
is off the face of the \
Joe wiped OOOO returning New York ?e"
pass, whereupon the father went I with them, where he fs ting married. It was a big decision for
earth. and well
icemen women as as
and spent the night at the Hostess quarterman supervisor of shopsNo. to decide' on marriage during war- here.
House both father and son 22-B time." war
so : 26-22- ,
were Just about in calling distanceof M. W. Terkeurst; Is Welcome again and 'carry on', JAMES GRAHAM, AOM2c: "I ---%JL --- -

each other, neither one knowing :- .mate. don't know if a person can con- Send the .lax Air News. home!
I I -
that the other was there. You -- ------- --- --- --- -

ran those imagine two, and the can't joyous you reunion just hear of Back With M & M; I Officials Visit Jacksonville Naval Air Station

the conversation they must have

had about the mix-up? Veteran WorkerBy I
Mr. Golden is a member of the

Drum and Bugle Corps of the
American Legion Post No. 9 and I'attie I'ontaine Bennett

Is an active member of the South- Many of the friends of a very

side American Legion. Post No. 88, popular supervisor have asked for d 1 (;

and just now is looking forward it, so here is a story which will '

with much interest to the convening I not only give a short resume of aar .J( #
the last of this month, of the I his chosen trade, but will serve as + '
State Legion Convention, being II a form of welcome to him upon his

held in Jacksonville for 3 days, return to his friends and fellow I 4.
commencing the last day of May I I workers in the M&M Division. :

Congratulations, and we believewe I I After hesitating for all these weeksto .
know, after talking with you, i allow this item to go to the I II ; i'i'v

just how proud :you are to ''wear'I News, we know that everyone will
all those ribbons, stars and the be glad that he decided to say I I'y

much coveted: Purple Heart.Here's "yea", so here .t is as concerns It!. : -
-..... 1 W. Terkeurst, quarterman and

supervisor, who started his life's __ .

Lad Who : work by serving from 1926 to ;. '7..
1930 in the United States Navy .
\ In 1931 he entered Civil Service "

Inspires Mates work, but resigned in 193:1: to go # ,.

I to work in aircraft manufactureat "; .\ .

the Glen I* Martin Aircraft <, .t .
Even In DeathBy plant, leaving there 'fn Feb.. 1936
to go to It
Tom Quinn was the that.lJrcraft ON

Back In the corner of the machine THE OIU

shop in front of the metal on being JnwuJarsap$nrBwr'of production ,
rack, there hangs a cartoon. It Is of$ nr ?j>]4n.ftXHe went I
a picture of an evil looking Jap I back to O'Urt.t.i; M+rtlhMn 1938as :: I I j

with a buck-toothed grin. It bears eupcrvtauPen 1pl && and was ,

the caption "Tokio Joe sayMixed"' made r r+rajiLn| of ttVhtilldR. partment. Captain Kben t:. Smith (left), senior medical officer here, Vv, W JCogr"city:Xnd county health offleer -
stock make me--BO happy. I on product Ji X'MB1filanes.Mr "."Captain; W. W. Smith
and Major John T. AK.()p of Jacksonville in I Informal rilvu*****! .'tilt
Civil ,,
The picture bears the signatureof I : Tern'w14. fe. nferrd. I commandant of (his Station, during a *IMt which the Gateway- 't "lf WtfMf'tlt..lh'H> < paUl to the
Eud;: Simpson. It has been barging St'n'J'f! **_*** ftiHUI*itl! iwtal I (right), *"**
there for almost two ycl.: >I ? ">n'' smith id p'"" 'I :t N.S I Station last week
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25 May. 1944 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

O. 0. D. Boys Have Themselves A Time At Dance Four At Station

Are PromotedTo


Four former lieutenant comman-
ders on this Station have recently
been promoted to the rank of Com-
r r- a mander. They are: Comdr. Jackson -
c at1J
B. Hayden, Comdr. James O.
Cobb, Comdr. Ray Davis Comdr.
Edward D. Killian.Commanders .
Hayden, Cobb and
Davis are members of the Naval
Air Operational Training Command
staff while Comdr. Killian
is Production Control Officer In
Assembly and Repair.
Comdr. Hayden reported for ac-

tive duty 12 May, 1941. He has .
served as flight Instructor at Pen- I
sacola; chief flight Instructor and
;fiJ.n later Executive Officer at the Na-

val Air Station, New York; Opel'1
ations Officer, Norman, Okla. .
Comdr. Cobb graduated from I
Annapolis in the class of 1933. He
k received his flight training at Pen-
sacola in 1937, and has seen con-
siderable combat action in the
present war, having won the DFC
Wfl1 iA\ for a night torpedo attack on a
a. Jap ship during the battle of Santa.

jjai Cruz. While in the combat zone he
last night a ".0 It scored direct hit with all flew from Guadalcanal and led the
The enlisted men of th O.O.U.'n office gave their annual dance party Thursday rating. a first American attack on Munda.

l+uml Lt.,.Cmndr. }:. A. Grant permanent officer of the day, entertained hU men at the exclusive Florida Yacht Club on the banks of the St. the Also class a graduate of 1933 of Comdr.Annapolis Davis In

John river. The setting was as exotic as a Florida Chamber of Commerce advertisement. There wan a tropical moon In the skies, palm received ,
tailors danced the beautiful outdoor. patio outside the luxurious clubhouse. Refreshment were flight training at Pen-
tr+wv" Rweet orchestra music and the on sacola in '39. He holds the DFC

IH"fvfKI.Upwards of 150 wxllorn with their dates enjoyed the f'vt'nlngVh lelt was enlivened by a jitterbug contest and awarding of a numberof for made the battle of Midway wherehe
a forced landing, and was
attractive door prl/e Chester Shaw YJJo, and Eileen Kolly Sk3c, jittered to victory in the dance contest. aboard the
and Hornet.
In the top left picture, a number of the regular hand In the O.O.U.'s office are !shown! together. A couple of hot hoofers are swinging During the Enterprise battle of the eastern

out In the jitterbug jiving In the top right photo.! Solomons Comdr. Davis scored a
-- ---- ----- ---- '
-- hit on a Jap carrier.
Turned You'd Better Move I' A native of Roxbury, Mass., .

34,416 Dressings Your Express SoonDue Comdr. Killian won his wings at
Pensacola 1931. He was placedon
to congestion at the express I' active duty in 1938, served as
Out In Period Of A Year agency in the southwest corner of flight instructor here and at NAS

Public Works warehouse, Bldg. I Green Cove Springs, and was division -

, Forty-five service wives gathered in the Sunday School 154, it is urged that personnel call f officer on the USS Enter t tI
of the for their property immediately. I prise. Later he went to Pearl Harbor
room on Friday to celebrate the first anniversary Unless a shipment is called for I where he served as engineering
Naval Air Station Unit of the Red Cross. within five days cfter it is brought and production control officer.
and informal to the Station, it be necessaryto I _
Marking the day with a birthday cake may %-Jj -
the -gent to the West
return ship
honored Mrs. Eben Smith who was !
luncheon, the volunteers Bay St., office, thus necessitatinga No Knobs NoNothing
among the sixteen founders present --- round trip of 25: miles for the QUESTIONSPLEASE ,

With more than 500 hours of Outdoor Picnic Is II consignee to obtain his property.In .
service to her credit, Mrs. Smith addition the consignee wouldbe
ij vlce-chaliman and one of the faced with the necessity of pro- ANSWERS

most enthusiastic members of the Slated For WAVESA viding transportation should shipment at his be own too 1.Liberty In her holds left a hand book the, on Statueof which A well known sailor on this station ',f

group. expense Is inscribed the date, July 4, 1776. -a chap who at various times 7
Chairman Mrs. A. C. McFall, picnic and demonstration will large for him to* carry. What does Liberty carry in her has played a big part In various

wife of Admiral McFall. presented be held in the WAVES area (outside m right hand? entertainment roles here, Tuesday
the! birthday cake to Mrs. Smith ) under the direction and supervision Spotlight Turned Upon 2. An entirely'new type of Naval submitted the following advice for
and reviewed the Unit's splendid I of WAVES Welfare and vessel has been employed during automobile owners.

record I Athletic Department, headed by Naval Communications the present war. Is it (athe) "Here's a tip for you and there'sno
less than two score Navy Lieut. (Jg) Katherine Rahl, Wed Communications and Recognition corvette; (blanding) craft; (cthe) charge Don't ever leave your
wives launched the project a nesday. The picnic will begin at role In the airplane carrier; or (dthe mine- car doors open. Providing of course (r'
an important
year ago. :Mrs. Stanley Michael., 1700 with the athletic demonstrations play of Naval Aircrew- layer. you have a car. Because what
whole husband was then Commandant starting at 1800 and continuo development how this is done will be 3. Chocolate colored Pensive, happened to me shouldn't happen Ito
men. Just "
of the Station, was ing until 1930. this Sat- winner of the Kentucky Derby, a sea dog. fIt
chosen a... the official leader and Ens. Veila Hill Is arranging UK' shown on "Navy Wings"WJAX. The proved it wasn't a fluke win by seems that after the wrestIii;
within a week the small hand of participants for the demonstra- urday at 2000 over racing to victory in the rich Preak- ling matches this fellow, being a
women were turning out bandage tions. Demonstrations will be givenin program formerly was presentedat ness, too. Countless words have trifle on the thirsty side, retired

/ *. which the lied Cross needs the following activities: singles 1900. of the broadcastwill been written about the horse, but to a well known beer emporiumnearby '
portion I'
bo urgently.Now/ and doubles in tennis, badminton, originate at the Naval Air do you recall the name of the to wet his throat with a
there are 227 volunteers on i horseshoes, and shuffleboard; sin- School at Yellow Water. jockey who gave him such a mas- little suds.
the Unit's list and during the year Gunners both ? "When I got back to car '
gles In deck tennis and a volley Mala of Cleveland, terful ride in races my ,
they have turned out 34,416 dress ball game. Four girls will demon Ensign William radioman 4. Identify this plane. It's an which I had parked outside and t
ings. With the help of the auxiliary strate the correct technique for Ohio, a former vessel will show on how a RAF speed boy. CNS describes it foolishly forgotten to lock," he j'
Coast Guard ,
group of WAVES, 6.912 archery. affect the radio as a low-wing, single seat fighterand says, "all the knobs on my das!- x
hours of service have been chalked --- "= communications dive bomber. A huge air scoop board had been removed. Radio
up. man-gunner. Lt. Thomas Gardner knobs, heater knobs, light knobs, 'I
Most Interested In the year's history i FOR SAI.K of Denver, Colorado, will conducta ... "> and practically every knob that 1
of production were the original I Five passenger! 1941 Plymouth coupe class on recognition with the listening i wasn't nailed down. I.-:
Also household furniture Chief Bartley -
workers. Besides Mrs. Smith, I NATTC, Kxt. 343 audience as eavesdroppers. "Now I wouldn't say they had ;
they were Mrs. F. II. Gage, Mrs. I -"HT-- 15 been stolen-maybe you can find
George M. Sldenberg, Mrs. Winsor Frank Hynes, Mrs. M. H. Bailey, Buy Buy War BondsOr another word for It. And here's the
Cushing, Mrs. Donald De Hart, Mrs. H. Gerard O'Keefe, Mrs. J. irony of the whole thkig. When I

Mrs. Sam T. French, Jr., Mrs. Walter Russell Perry, Mrs. C. D. Holley, Bye, Bye Freedom came out of............ a shore patrolman A ..
Snook and Mrs. R. W. Shrum. Mrs. H. E. Benfield and Mary ---* ---- was leaning against my Z.'

Also Mrs. II. A. Ritcheson, Mrs. I Dawesr Hoyt. Semi The Jmt Air Nw Hornet car as big as you please Which t'; .:
-- -- -- --- ------- -- -- -- is probably a good thing as I might !( I

have wound up without a car, \
Charter Members Of NAS Red Cross Chapter < '
'. ( I which would save me the troubleof f
worrying about gas and tires. T t '
'f\ "So, if you go anywhere don't 'r i
forget to lock your car, providing I I
of course you have a car." \ I
I .
... ;
--- .
below the nose gives a deep appearance I -
M k .r to the engine. The wings I. Officers Invited To Dane +t
have a thick center section and I The Jacksonville Business Girl's

taper on both edges to rounded Association are staging a dance "
tips The tapered tailplane has for officers at the Woman's Club J :
rounded tips and a single fin and this Monday night, starting at
rudder. Here's a tip: It begins 2100. All officers are Invited to attend ; -
with the letter "T." II. Decatur Naval hero '' '
5. Stephen {
i'z of yesteryears, died: (ain a sea New And NovelSomething :

battle; (btfrom old age; (che was new has been added :
hung; or (din) a duel? at the Mainside Ship's Service
s 6. The nation's newspapers last fountain. It's a frosted malted milk :
week carried pictures and stories machine. The product sells for ten I
S t t about Eric Johnston's trip to Russia cents, or 15c for the large size.
jy for a discussion of postwar
problems. Is Johnston: cently the Russians recaptured the L '
a. Chairman of the Chase National city from the Nazis. Those pro '
Bank'b phetic lines taken from
Covernor of New Hampshire? are the
c. President of the U. S. Chamber "Charge of the Light Brigade," but
of Commerce who wrote them? '
d. Assistant Secretary of State* 9. If .
e.: President of the International Gary Cooper, Spencer !
Baseball League Tracy and James Stewart walked
7. Vice President Henry Wal- through a six foot high doorway :
lace will embark soon on a mis- which one could enter without
sion to which member of the United stooping? I

3 a.,; k Nations? 10. Can you name the men who
8. Half a league, half a league: made the first historical journeys
Half a league onward, from (aPuerto Rico to Florida; .j .: ..
': .ok" if' .... Into the valley of death (btronHaiti to the Pacific; (c) t f
Smith Mrs. V. II.dishing Niece the hundred. from France to the- t1 outh of the .
Front row (left to right), Mary Dawes Hoyt Mr, Fred Gage, Mrs. Eben E. fclv !
Sldenberg. Mrs. II. E lionliold; second row: Mrs. Ruben Shrum Mrs. Walter Those HnflB tell the :story of tho Mississippi; fdlancl from st. Louis I
Mrs. George Donald Dellart. fruitless char* at Btlir-\ fa the Paoitic Ocean? Got two out
11. Snook, Mrs. Samuel French, Jr., Mrs. Homer .\, Kitchrson, Mrs Frank Il>nes, Mrs BrJUsh
lava la the'Crimean" -m i ,1. ,,t f">ur.
said Mrs II. Q. O'Ie-ele. I

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I. Page Four JAX AIR NEWS' 25 May, 1944 'I

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b r JfclgaRs

Editorial Officer ,
Public Relations Office, Room 221
Administration Annex Bide 95i onavieuosBy fnmStaoon

Telephone Extension 8542

The JAX AIR NEWS Is published weekly) at the U. S. _
Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Public .. -
Relations Office at no expense to the government. Copies) -- :;
ere distributed tree of charge to enlisted and other Naval r.
Ferftonnel at the Naval Air Station, the Naval Air Technical Chaplain J. II. Harp USNR
Training Center the Headquarters of the Naval AirOperational ;
Training Command Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Abused 1 '
Green n Naval Auxiliary Air Station Liberty
Cecil Field I :1st. Gunners' School:, the U. S. Naval i (
\ Hospital, and Auxiliary Air facilities, MayporU The man standing at Captain's Mast: before the
Captain himself was nice looking, clean cut, and
Rear Admiral Andrew C. McFall USN v-L neatly dressed in a freshly pressed uniform. He had
Chief of Naval Air Operational Training t about him an air of assurance and selfconfidencethat -

Captain Walton W. Smith, USN is, everywhere except in his eyes. His red and
Commandant swollen eyes were the only count against his appearance -
Jacksonville Naval Air Station ,
He had had a short leave and had come backto
Captain Joseph B. Lynch. A-VG), USNR.
Commanding Officer the base slightly Inebriated. If drunkenness was
Naval Air Technical Training Center the only count against him it would have been bad
enough, but him also the fact that he
against was
Captain John J. O Mallev (MC), USN.
Commanding Officer was AWOL for a period of several hours.! Naturally
U. S. Naval HuapitalCommander r the Captain had little sympathy for him.

Edward E. Dolecek, USN. '- -1 This case is not the case of any one man, but
Commanding Officer, rather a typical case of many men who from time ,
Naval Air Gunners' School; I fir to time find themselves before a court of justice. '

CommanderMlllam- :t' shford, Jr., USN. Their offenses do not seem to be great, therefore
Commanding Officer, they hope for light sentences. They had liberty,
Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Green Cove Springs and abused it.

Commander Samuel (;. Mitchell. t(4 About twenty centuries ago several men stood
Commanding Officer, around another Man, and asked Him whether it
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field ( was right to pay tribute to Caesar or not. His reply
Indicated his of certain limitations
Lieut Col. Chester L. Gawne.' USMC (Ret). acceptance in
Commanding Officer. life here on earth. "Render therefore unto Caesar
Marine Barracks the things which are Caesar's; and unto God the

JJeut. Col. William T. Evans. USMC (Ret). things that are God's."
Commanding Officer No doubt you have heard people say that if they
Marine Aviation Detachment 5 could be free, and do Just what they wanted to then
they would be happy. What they desire i%\ nrestrain-
The JAX AIR NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Servicemntertal.
Republication of credited matter prohibited ed liberty. I wonder just how happy they would be
without permission CNS. War Department, 205 };. if that were possible. It is impossible, for even with
42nd St. N. y c. individual license, those people would be subjectto
AFa EGA the greater laws of nature and ultimately the lawsof

A Day To RememberAgain You know-I nod the most fantastic dream lost night!" God.
Liberty for every red-blooded American should

Memorial Day will be observed .- mean a certain freedom of action and thought
the midst of ; The Officer-in-Charg noticed the within certain limits. Isn't it the ability to do so
while country is in war.
our Brcer man on the ground. many of those things one would like to do and still
Again Americans are fighting and dying allover "'''hat'8 the matter" play the game fairly with one's neighbors ? Isn't it

the world as we pause momentarily to I "My leg:, Mr. J think I broke It accepting certain restrictions that are placed upon '
Salty Humor From I, and within those limits? I,
pay our respect to the men who have made on that list hurdle happily living
freedom Here And There Each one of us has regulations which he must I
the sacrifice so that the ,
supreme A Wish live up to, and it is his duty as an American and :
which has long been the heritage of every Layman NeededIn I wish I was a wittlc egg a Christian to work within these regulations in har- I I
American could enduie. mony for this common cause. All liberty is threatened -
a chow line in the South Pacific Away up in a tutee, I
Again, there is a hope, a praper in the rook I wish J was a \cttt1e eqg today. 1
recently, a mess (.pilled
Anyone can abuse liberty. It takes a man or woman I'i
As wotten could beAnd
that will be dif as '
hearts of all next things
year a bowl of soup on a newly laundered when bonehead with character to live up to its privileges. :!
ferent, that the war will have been won and uniform of the Navy Chap- some Chief --- -
Would start to shout at neI'd -
our enemies brought to their knees. That lain. The Chaplain turned and bald I
frow tny uotttn: wtttle self,
the men who donned the khaki or the Navy I wryly, "Will .some remark la3"man makean And spatter down on 'he.ii4 I From Other Papers I
blue when their country was in danger will '-

have returned to their homes and families HickcnbacKer Speaks"The

und once again become reunited in the beauty I Ryan: "Did Sure you Did pretest againstthe Literary chance to build yourselves physically is goingto

and sanctity that is" the American home. mot-te that represented the stand you in wonderful stead in the job you have

These beautiful dreams now were once the i! Irish as disorderly ScrapbookIn ahead of you," Captain Eddie Rlckenbacker told
I Downing: "Did wet Say, we 1,600 cadets here Tuesday afternoon. Speaking at
took for the took
things granted
we way we
wrecked the pltice!" Fetzer Field before a crowd estimated at 5,000, the
the whole principle of democracy for granted. I IWe I noted flier directed most of his talks to the future-
didn't think much about our privileges' Depends The Heart Of A Rose aviators and urged them, "to take advantage of the

as a free people, believing that we could so Girl: "When we get marriedI'll hate street the rote when dewdrops many opportunities offered them in their training

endure without hardship and sacrifice. I cook your meals!, darn your I I 'clear program.--CLOUD- _h BUSTER_ __ -Chapel- _._Hill-___ _N. _C_
socks, and lay out your pipe and On waxy petals tloth appear.
But twice in two decades our way of life I '

has been threatened by the evil men who I ask slippers.than What that?"more can a man When came they there, in darkest '--p.cfF -, ;

hated democracy so much they wanted to I Mach: "Nothing, unless he's! night.
destroy it-hated it so much that they sent evil-minded." Or, did\ they form ulth morning

millions] of their people to die for a cause that light t ( EiikingLam r

:was destined for failure from the start, be- I Falling Down "- / saw them first at break of day

cause each time the free men and women of littler "What's that awful noise, They danced m sunshine- brilliantray .tHJ

free nations laid aside their lives of ease and Coebbelst .... '......._ _... ? ,< .'
Your ir.They're e p.
Goebbels" .
troops -
comfort to defend the rights which had been "
jailing down the Steppesof Like facets of a precious gem
willed to them with the courage and bloodof Russia. Set in a Monarch's diadem.I .
their ancestors. .. .. .* IJy Steve Kalagian, Y2c

This Tuesday 30 May like other Memorial Depressed wondered if an angel fair Our comment last week that more driven
I Put me away in moth ball, Had shed her tears and left them should offer rides to Naval personnel with
Days, is a day to be always remembered.With Hang me up to dry. there.
the cessation of hostilities it will even The only thing I've lived for out cars brought some measure of criticism:

have more significance for more names will has married another guy. Perhaps a naughty little elf from Ensign J. A. Newborn, of VPB2.

be added to the growing list of heroes who I I Prepared. pool to bathe herself Declaring that very few of the many peoplehe
Get BusyA has been kind enough to give a ride to
not afraid die for their
to Andas
were country. How
boot the obstacle tiny, from wa rushing
I "show appreciation by being a considerate or
the list becomes will To take bath within
larger, so our honor a a rose.
I course not too long ago. He puffed "
increase for it is in the willingness of men to through till the last lap when he polite passenger, Ensign Newborn went on
As I stood there a gentle breeze to say that as a result of his kindness the
die for their freedom that freedom can sur- fell in getting over the! last hurdle.
That blew in from the white-
I his front door has been broken
glass on right, -
ive. Beautiful words, dramatic orations, and capped seas
the and the handle damaged. All this has come
empty flag waving cannot protect glori-
ous idea for which men died. It is the people I Divine Services I Began to shake the fragile bloom about, he says, because so many of them
And "
who fill the air with sweet per- "slam the door as though it was a barn door.
: can jealously guard or flippantly giveaway fume. .
rrU.ta.t Chaptlr )4s.tia ..4nirmlaf
the rights that they have earned
as him An..., In conclusion Ensign Newborn says:
free men. 0730-.Holy Communion. The crystal dewdrops rolled and "I have found so few polite people that I can
Let us then this Memorial Day remember 08.10-Recruit Divine service. fell count them on my fingers. All are guilty of im-
0930-Tralnlnc Center Divine service. Into the
hungry earth's well.I .
0930) l deep politeness-enlisted men and WAVES and officers: ,
who and what we honor. Let us ever be con- 1045-General-Sunday School small chap) "
Divine service. the worst are WAVE officers.
scious of our great responsibility in this con- 1845-Vespr service', turned and went upon my way .

flict and let us hope that we shall be as long Catholic Chapel Artiv Mastic B.a4 ..4Birmingham And my whole world was glad that This seems to be tile other side of the story. Similar

remembered in the history of freedom as 0630-Mas*.. dayBeMIllle complaints hate been receded from other quar-
ters. What do ;you people who aren't fortunate I
those who suffered much and .
perhapsmore I
as saw the wondrous sight hear
09IO-Ma.. enough to haa car think about It? Let's jour
before us Let us pay homage to their J100> -Mais.ChtUtUn Of dewdrops dancing in they light. reactions and perhaps we can get the whole thing I
this Memorial Scl I .t. F.r?!.*: )cilia
on Day. straightened out.
memory Read a.d HirmiBCban Afrae. I// I could die and come again S
--ii4 1100-Small chapel.
-- Jewish !bervlcc! : Muilia R..d ..4 'I'd be a drop ol dew or rain Here's one for you flyers and aviation rates. A
AuthorRecruitThe Birmingham Avrai Umall chapel). I the station went tobed I
few nights
ago a fighter on
1700-Sabbath service (Friday). So I might satiate the
unusual situation of a novelist discussing his 2000-Sabbath service Friday). earth after an unusually hard day and had a very I
I That to
own books will be the bright spot of the Sunday book 0810-Devotion* (Saturday). 'I[ a lovely birth. unusual dream. It Seems that he was bringing (in '
reviews in Bldg. 1311 when the next session is held 1000-Devotions (Sunday) Cecil Field. Lillian Mae Finn Y3c. his Corsair' for a landing when the motor conked I

this coming Sunday, from 1530 to 1630 Theguest I AMUSEMENT out. Finding himself in this predicament, what did I
reviewer for the occasion will be Jesse Hilton CALENDARI he dot No, we aren't going to continue this story i I
Stuart, a recruit In the 10th Regiment here, who -"Man From Frisco," Ann Shirley. next week. Here's the answer\ ;! in the words of the I
has been in turn a student poet, school superintendent I "Charlie Chan and the Chine Cat," Student Officer only. pilot who had the dream. '
and apprentice Chief petty officer, as well as a Sunday-Two Girls and a Sailor," A,'a Gardner, Jimmy Du ran tfO, "Somehow J flapped the wings like a bird and
novelistCHEAT LAKES BULLETIN / Harry James ((20)). made a perfect three-point landing,
Monday-"The Scarlet (,Claw" Basil|] Ratlibonf ((30). Quite' an achievement even for a dream, don't you
# Tuesday-"The Hitler Gang," Robert Watson ((31). think f
Sea-Going Wednesday"J'ardon My Rhythm," Gloria Jean (2))
Though ineligible for sea duty, the Coronado, Tnnradajr"Call of the South Sean," Allen Lane. .. Word has reached this department through usually -
Calif WAVES set sail every a. m. to reach the :; ")'. From .Frisco" Student Officers. lIable sources that the Boot Camp has undEr-
NAS in San Diego. Their ship is the USS WAVE, ;. Other Entertainment taken a new project. Just a few weeks ago they
'an old converted 50-foot motor launch which op. broke the ground and planted a bunch of watermelons I
crates between their quartet and their duty *t > \tunla i 8hip'j Danf'f' and cantaloupes
Lion H,*PTT Hutchinson, Kun I Tf1..r1idaI; j (1 Jnn ")-IVArUfa and All-Girl Band. C.Btair! ea page five

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25 May, 1944 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

She Comes From Dixie Vet Of 15 Raids Quiz Contest Enemy Weapons To


Helped To Pound ANSWERS PAGE 3) Be Displayed At

1. The Statue of Liberty holds.

Nipponese Bases a torch in her right hand. Bond Wagon ShowMonday

2. B, the landing craft.

;? A. veteran of fifteen bombing 3. Conn McCreary. the Bond Wagon comesto
fl 4. It's the RAF's Typhoon. the Main Station an all free
raids that saturated Jap-held Bougainville 5. D, he died in a duel. show not selling anything .

Aviation Chief Machin 6. C. President of U. S. C. of C. Just coming for your entertainmentand

ist's Mate and Navy Aircrewman 7. China. pleasure.The .

Hugh J. Downs, 32, of Chocowin- 8. Alfred Lord> Tennyson Bond Wagon show, which

ity, N. C.( is thoroughly familiar 9. Tracy is 5'10" while Cooperand will be presented at 2000 Monday
T J with the softening-up! process that Stewart tower above six-foot- evening In the Mainaide AuditorIum -

was employed before it fell to Allied i two. comes from the Secretary of
L : hands. 10.aPonce de Leon; (bBalboa; Navy's Office in Washington. The

?9r' '. ";. As plane captain and aerial gunner (cLa Salle; dLewls and Clark. performance runs for one hour and

on a Navy B-24 bomber, he -- 15 minutes.
Iu has seen the orange flame of the Master Sergeant Ben Price Marine
Two Rear Admirals
Jap anti-aircraft guns stab up at combat correspondent corps
I' him from blacked-out bases on at Who Served Here will be on the Bond Wagon to recount

least 18 different bombing raids. some of his adventures while
z j i Win Coveted Awards lost for 13 days behind the Jan.
; I "The beat night can remember for-
lines at Guadalcanal. He a
.q I ," he recounted, "\\8S the Ottlnutd from pat .ue
i I time we hit the Japanese fighter August, 1943 reads: "For exceptionally mer Associated Press correspondent.

strip! at ft'IleWe were the first meritorious and distin music and
| plane over the target and split guished service to the government The show Includes
Walt Disney
two movie films, one a
of the United States in a positionof
the runway with our bomb!! "Take Heed
cartoon entitled ,
Jap plane were blown all over great responsibility as Commander
.. Caribbean Sea Frontierand Mr. Tojo, and the other very
rI Commandant Tenth Naval latest combat film of the restricted
II 1 Chief Downs was at Pearl Harbor type.
the highest
District. Exercising
during the initial attack on Enemy airplane equipment halfbeen
of leadership, judgmentand
7 December, 1941, but soon movedto qualities obtained for the occasion.
initiative throughout a vitally;
Midway. He was attached to a bombsight -
W Vice Admiral There will be a captured Jap
I I y ; PBY (patrol bomber) squadron. important period to the and various other enemy instruments
"We had close shave at Cook contributed materially
i a on display. The display
of the war.
Midway," the North Carolinian re. successful prosecution will start some time before the
I marked, "when preparing to takeoff Hear Admiral A. C. McFall show in order to permit the Navy

4 on a night-bombing run. Justas succeeded Admiral Cook as chief audience to examine it thoroughly
I v we taxied down the runway slap of NAOTC In Auugst of last The Bond Wagon show is for
submarine surfaced off the year when the latter went to his Naval personnel only and all bandsare

island and started throwing shells new headquarters In San Juan. urged to attend. It is the fitst

I The shells hit directly on the run Admiral Cook at present is on time such a show has been staged

way but we kept right on going temporary duty in continental here and it will be at the Stat oJ1.
and managed to take off. lulled States He lists his home for one night only.

| "The beach guns got the sub," Evansville, Ind. --% &< U

i i Downs said, "and the damage to Admiral Price, who succeeded
I II 'I, the runway was slight. The Japs: Capt. (now Rear Admiral) C. P. Back The Attack
I of the Air
made a poor trade. Mason as Commandant

I I Moving to Guadalcanal, his Station, served here under Ad I

IIii squadron became the first to fly miral Cook. Recently it was reported By Buying More
admiral" had
the Liberator bomber. The Navy that the "flying I
1hi participated in four successive air
y. .v. Liberator carried him safely
I i, Smithfield N. C 's gift to the movies Is Ava Gardner who will through that series!'! of raids on attacks en the Japanese base at Than BeforeKeep

be eeen in the picture "Two Girls and a Sailor" at the Main Station Bougainville and Vila and consequently Wake Island by the Navy's four-

I'' Theatre this Sunday, Student Officers', Monday, the Hospital, Tuesday he has developed a partiality engined Coronado successful And in it the Japs, Germans and
NATTC, Wednesday. toward this bomber. was for the
1 __ __ ____ n._ _. __ I these raids) that Admiral Price, wolf away.
-- His squadron at Guadalcanal air received By Buying a U. S. War Bond
these wing
IH f't-war world when samesailors I commander of a fleet
Smoking Lamp : get married! Except I had a remarkable safety record the decoration. every day.
and Downs' plane had one of the
the high-priced Mark Commander at the
I'or best. I Serving as Mrs. Charles Abraham, who was!
('.tinu 4 from page four how, did any of you ever pay less' Air Station from May, 1942 until
time hit he I is'
"The only we were i born in Strasburg, Germany.
of than the civilian admission priceat
to ,
According our report Nine 1943 he was
reports, "was during one of the February lone of the best customers at the
them have already started growing any of the downtown molea Rear Admiral on the eve of his
raids Bougainville. We pickedup States War Bond Office on
snit( a nice crop seems to be In or- 'I Nobody else has'" either. Civilian on little in the bomb departure. At that time he was I
shrapnel Station.
a this
tier. Hot when the luscious fruit or a man In uniform, It's all succeeded here by Capt. Stanley J.. Naar
I wasn't hurt American
bay but the crew The German-born
the here You haven't forgotten -
a new same
reaches the eating stage Michael. I
his thousand of her
During one or been backing the attack
will undoubtedly arise I the War Bond Foster Contest
problem can'tdraw more hours In the air as a gunner Admiral Price graduated from adopted country by buying a War
Who be trusted to stand guard have jou? you
ran 1912 after
and "mech; he has only be4"nundt'r the Naval Academy in Bond a day for almost two years
user It? Do I hear any volunteer I you're Mill eligible. the University of Arkansas
attack by a Jap plane on attending
Idea for I
write out a poster
: your one occasion The Nips had no \ He received his wings at now.What's more Mrs. Abraham
the of : and then submit it with a
this is
That surely age I Downs' In 1919. His home is
demonstrated last rough drawing Have you tried night fighters and Pensacola plans to invest a small fortune -
Insignias afternoon was in the tailor the new Frosted Malts at !Ship'sService l'Iquadron'as raiding at night. I Augusta, Ark j $10,000 to be exact-In War Bonds
Fiiday I The Mitsubishi "96" that did during the coming Navy Independence
thop. I They're A dime I
I take them on, came off second Day War Bond campaignhere.
A young sailor, stationed at "Ten Veers in Japan, by Ambassador ,
best. The drive runs from 1 July
VPB-2, strolled in with a iwwly- I Grew, gives the "Inside' II
"We routine daylight
swimming eu t. He seemed story" of how Japan row to threaten were on through 8 July.
bought greatly concerned and waited anxiously the peace of the world This I patrol," he explained, "when this e 1 i Her husband is Chief Commissary -
<; Mitsubishi came after us. Our Steward Charles Abraham of
for his turn. Is all because* our 4)ace I"l limited I "atholuUle:
plane was just cruising and he At St. liocent'e Jlo.plt..I this Station and their son Baron
what I want he but keep stories coming ,
"I'll tell your Handly.daughter a
you Albert
and Mrs.
came in for a port side run. Weweren't I AOMlc Abraham, SClc, is also stationed
insignia and we'll find a place for them May 12. :
Mid. you put a Navy ,
bit. He should have left n.f 'ideo here instructor.
M as
this .
em but instead he made run born Friday,
then a daughter, Sandra Jean | Chief Abraham served in the-
this could -- I"
When informed that ---- -
on the starboard side and we let May 1.2. Navy in days of old, when sailors
to done but would not bo ready Sac and; Mrs John DaMs. a !ion, John I
threw his NEW BOOKS I go with our machine guns and Daniel, born Friday. May ]2. were bold, and had been retired
until he
Monday up ( shot out one of his engines. He ran Lt. and Mrs. Richard Thayer Mother, I for 18 years when he returned to
hands in despair."Shuck Adler-How to Think About War into a cloud and we went after a son, Richard Thayer, Jr., born Sat- duty in World war II.

."*, that'll Kpoll my wholeweekend. and Peace.CallenderA. him but he escaped after a 10 or) urday Lt. (Mav Jt) 13.and Mrs. James HotertDoslr The Abrahams were in the hotel

Preface to Peace. 15 minute chase." a on. James Kobert 2nd and restaurant business before
Downs enlisted In the Navy in born Saturday. May 13. the small chain
war operating a
Inside the F. B. I. ,
ventilation Floherty- I Lt. amt Mrs. William H. Whit a
SMOKiES-The new Fouler-Goodnight Sweet Prince. 1D34. He is'now a division'chiefof lon Dennle Randolph, born Sunday, through Georgia and South Carolina -
*.ytein installed In the Main Station a patrol bomber training squadron I ,
Behind the Steel Wall) ;
Theatre should make things* at the Station Mrs. William Flore. a dauphter \CLl s T ,a M
comfortable for mo\'ie-'ans. a Swedish journalist in Berlin Barbara Jean, born Monday, May
more -
after Hitler. : 15. 1'144.
lIa1N1-Ger'many ARM3c and Mrs Bernard Grant, a A Spot Of Beer Would
MOVIE RE'J'IBW-"The Hitter //ou' -The Amateur Guncrafts- WAVES Take Over In daughter born Monday. May 15.
.. man; a practical handbook for Lt. and Mrs J. Marvin Magnzlner. a Help To Boost Morale
Robert Watson. This, the
Gang those who like Capital! Of Country daughter, Sherry Leigh, born Monday
* Nazi party. All the Nazi bigwigs I Kahn--G. I. Jungle; an American WASHINGTON D. CNearlyone S2c and Mrs. Edward For a davianter val commander in: North African,

like Goebbels Coerintf, Hess are soldier in Australia and New half of the uniformed person- l5,,1944.Donna Marie, born Monday, May waters, issued a statement last

vividly: portrayed. Although some II Guinea. nel on duty in the Navy Depart- S3c and Mrs. Robert Lee ChrllltaJn.a I week in which he pointed out that
critics have panned parts of this Licbling-The Road back to Paris. ment, Washington, D. C., are now daughter, born Tuesday, May 16. I the repeal of prohibition complete
picture it seems like the kind of Oman-Doctors Aweigh: the story officers and enlisted women of the Lt.
picture that moat people trill like I of the U S. Navy Medical Corpsin WAVES. On 31 March, 1944, en- May son. 16.Richard Alden, born Tuesday, Admiral Hewitt advocated action -

(Main, Tuesday; Officers, Wednes action. listed women outnumbered enlisted Sic and Mm. Richard Williams, a which would permit men
day) TllotlUU-These Men Shall Never men more than 2 to 1. A year son. Richard Raymond, born Wednesday I aboard ship to have a spot of beer.

Die. ago the ratio was six enlisted men Sst. May and 17.Mrs Laurence L. Thornton, He said it would bolster sailors'

SMOKIES-With all the nation Winter-War Planes of All Na- tor every one enlisted woman a daughter Helen Lee, born Wednes- morale. At the present men aboard
who seem to be washing their own tions. However, men officers in the Navy dav. May 17S2c I' ship are not permitted to drink

clothes these dajs, can't you Just ltTiftmd here outnumber women officers in daughter and Diane Mrs.Lucille Hubert born Stalock.Wednesday a- beer or any other) alcoholic bev '

imagine what will happen In the the lux Air :sews H.metMak the ratio, 3 to 1. I May 17. erage.Hooked.
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PagE' Six NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 25 May, 1944 _*

: WELFARE AircreW lan Here Star Skater I I Radio Instructor Wins Swint Test F

TPRESENTS Saw His Ship 'Go .'". t t' I Smiles; WAVES 1. 1 1t

:;,.: ', \. 'Arm' Down In Pacific x .>' Give Him Apples .t.-"-._. Ua.iT

Th Jimmie Bacon, AOM2c, is only j "Never underestimate the power -
Jav., ; 19 years old but In between his two of a woman I

iela re *: I assignments at NATTC, he has Grossi who Introduces
s : I ft I aI S//Sgt i r Uy
ors f filea1 ':' seen'plenty. beginners to the intricacies of codein
} c ,. ; JImmie from Ord- known
., graduated ARM school, NATTC is
roar(Ion =s,1 J \ '...... nance School here in 1942 and re- far and wide for the unsmilingmien "

rial : \ lr cently returned as a student in I he presents to his classes. v.r

'" Turret School. But in the period Not smiling in class Is his own pet ,
;. ,1 1. between his visits he experiencedthe technique. He says it is largely A t j,

\ following 1 responsible for his students' mak- ,
A crash landing in the Pacific. 1I ing rapid progress and that he y orga

Being rescued by an amphibioustank. never has a discipline problem I i ata ;

,. I Now--it all reads past tense. The )
An eyewitness of the battle on sergeant has changed his technique tI

Makin Island I He hasn't made a formal an-

And finally, seeing his own ship nouncement of the fact, but it is
torpedoed and sunk by Jap submarines alleged that last week he smiled !I Gee W. Kebbu, Chs, a I ;

I -H broadly right in class. A numberof i I strong, steady swimmer, U the (

Aircrewman Bacon was servingon his WAVE students each I(I winner In the TTA Division 30- 1

i trs 4tF a carrier Liscome Bay duringthe I brought him a shiny red apple on mile HMimmlng marathon. lilt.I .
ling the water in hiv
battle of the Gilberts which test day. I spare time :
; x. i I The same verbal "hazing"thit Kebha reached the 30-mile mark c
t started on 20 In 17 days, from 1
is the inevitable lot of every May to n
Nov. 1943. "Myexperience I I class of aspiring radiomen was :May In ,second place 1'1 j. |",
tF i I I also evidently administered to the Webber SAt2c, with 10)'. mil+!,.

I started two WAVE members of class R-45 Third Is I. DuboNky SAle( fi\t,

days later," he r (WV )I. We're not sure whether the miles' The marathon, supervise..
girls really believed that onethirdof by the Physical Training Depart
said. "I was turret all radio "strikers" end up ment, will continue until a !se<'.
} gunner on a : having a heart-to-heart talk with ond place winner has! been de-

Vaudeville Dancer three-man TBF the psychiatrist -- but reports I t'l\IN..
-- --
We were coming have it that brows were un- ----
"Stardust Revue one of "NNATTC
The has a bunch of fellows I furrowed and sighs of relief were "
back to the Seaman
.s, the beat of the touring
who when instructor
are quite clever with the rol- expelled an assur-
10 big time acts,
shows, featuring I Liscome Bay
n.:s; ler skates, but there is one lad ed them that most radiomen are
!?j.r' will be the entertainment de luxe from an anti here who about really quite normal.
I is just as good as Class
for NATTC guys and gals tonightat Graduates
sub patrol hop Jimmie Boron i
: at the auditorium. Two shows will they come. Seriously, radio school's firstcoed
- when we discovered the tail hook i He J. Miller, S2c
is George
1800 and 2000. class is setting a high schol-
be presented at I The frist class
' the wouldn't drop. It was too dan- ( above). who won second place in astic mark at which to shoot. If consisting of 23
An excellent dog act is on last
to to land on the shipso men week completed the 20-
and gerous try the U. S. Amateur Roller Skating determination is a criterion of the
;:f program Madame La Vania we were instructed to land on II Championship at Detroit early this ,day course of the NATTC Sea-
of future
c her Mad Wags of Fun. But the act I quality performance, man School This school is
Makin. month. George got leave to com- unique
attention Gunnery school and O. T. U. train-
to attract the most in that the
w1r. ,. likely is an extra added attraction- I "When we got over the islandwe pete in the national tourney, and ees will receive thorough instruc- unteered to Instructors furnish have: vol.
the battle was still going he came back with plenty of honors the instruc
saw tion after these WAVE officers
exotic dancer
"Delcia, beautiful, tion
and the
U I I students
He holds both are drawn
\ la a series of "sensational, thrillIng on, and there weren't any run- and na- have taken over communications from various
dance numbers." ways to land on. So the pilot crash- tional bronze and silver skating instructor billets in those activities NATTC divisions in the
1)1: landed the plane in the water off medals. His skating partner in the complement on a voluntary
thf Other numbers are Collett and the island. Detroit meet was Evelyn Verspy basis.
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Marcia adigio stars; Roberta and I Informal ceremonies were held
wI of Bridgeport, Conn.
7 Mack, funsters; Betty Lou, roller ,i >>e got in our life raft safely Miller won the Connecticut state Ace Marine Guitarist 17 May with Lt. Comdr. H. 1<'. Fin.

A' .t" skating dancer: Al Carlton, come- I and then saw an amphibioustank novice dance title in March of this I nev, Brigade Commander, COn.
N' dian; Tiny Smith, big boogie ]t didn't come know out if toward It was Jap orAmerl'an year, and he was sponsored at De- Gets Back In GrooveModest gratulating the class and Instruc.
)he: woogie; The Trio Tones, songsters didn't Know troit by the Ely Skating Club of tors on their ambition and earnest-
iel : Count Berni Viet and his and they New Haven, Conn. Staff Sergeant Sammy ness in their work. Present at the
ou' ;. NBC recording band, and Bob who we were. It was! pretty tense Strangely enough, George has Osheroff. who seldom mentions his I ceremony were Captain J. B.
when the tank rode
South the dark cloud from Dixie.a going. only been skating for three years. several highly successful years as Lynch, Commanding Officer and
the : high on a wave, we saw
a -- beautiful White Star. But he is plenty good as you can top guitarist and vocalist with Commander W. H Cushing, Executive

blt ?i Next Wednesday, 31 May, will see. His home Is in New Haven, Henry King's orchestra, has re- I Officer
in the "They took us in, and we spent cently emerged from retirement to The main of the Seaman
ha ", be another banner night and he is in Class R-46, Bks :5. purpose
an' auditorium when D'Artega and his I Ian the night. The next morning we the extent of appreciative audi- School is to provide the Fleet

;. all-girl orchestra will give forth saw the soldiers bury about 200 ALL ences at the Hotel Mayflower His with general service deck rating
with sweet music. The celebrated dead Japs. That afternoon we appearances, you understand, are who have had some practical experience -
s ; band is composed of 20 talented I boarded a destroyer which was to RADIO "HAMS""Join strictly for free and Just for the to supplement their book
take us back to our ship. fun of It.
Hi. girl musicians including Betty knowledge prior to their reporting
th\-rx Lang "velvet-toned thrush. Incidentally I "The destroyer located the Lis- the Navy and learn a >. Staff Sergeant Osheroff, known for duty All Sic and S2c who com-

It is rumored that D Ar- come Bay the next day, and as we trade" sometimes works in the professionally as Stan Usher, was plete the course may qualify for
',Vt.? tega gives away pictures of the I got nearer to her, we heard a loud reverse order in the opinion of Lt.i further distinguished in civilian the next higher rating.

118'(, girls upon lequest explosion and saw she was hit. Comdr. P. W. Moor officer in days as accompanist for Gertrude The course covers :Marlinspike

en --- Several Jap torpedoes must have charge ARM school, NATTC Niesen in New York City. seamanship, rigging, semaphore

The schedule (at the auditorium hit the ship as we heard other explosions The Navy communications sys- Although far removed from his duties of lookouts, general knowledge

) The Liscome Bay went tem, particularly radio has been musical triumphs, in his present I of the Rules of the Road,

ht 1800, 2000, Stardust down before our eyes. We were too I built up to its present stature and i Job, instructor of. primal gunnery, I small boat handling and knowledge !-
Tonight, I far away to try to pick up survivors degree of efficiency to a great ex- he is no less successful. When the of the 26 Cal, 20 MM and
d jE Revue 'but other" destroyers that tent by persons who learned the war is over, his important work for I 5" 38 guns.
m1 ,fJ. Friday, 1800, 2000, Three Men were closer did rescue some men" trade as civilians. Many of these the Marine Corps completed, Osh- The Seaman School was organIzed .
";"..:.:' t In White with Lionel Harry more. It a bitter experience for "ham"
: was were operators in their eroff hopes to soar to even greater under the supervision of Lt.
;WI ". Saturday, 1800, 2000, Bermuda Bacon, and he is anxious to get in spare time. Now in the navy, they heights in the world of music. Comdr. Finney assisted by two of

ca .J,:, ...;. Mystery with Ann Rutherford. another slap at the Japs. Bacon is have been utilized in various big IA of the Brigade Officers, Lt. K. W.

Ii .",0. Sunday, 1500, Jive Junction a Georgia Boy, hailing from Albany radio schools. such as the one we' Eppert and Lt. (jg) R. C. Ph l1n.
'\'i. with fickle Moore. and his present address is have here, to train Inexperienced Almost overnight, a new ware- The senior instructor. la CBM B B.
Sunday, 1800, 2000. Song of Bks 66.Guillotine. personnel to become expert radio- house and office for the Quartermaster Sibley.
the Open lload with Charlie Me- M.A.D. has risen at the

oj Gaitli;, \\ C. Fields, Bonita I men.Before coming here Lt. Comdr. corner of Enterprise and Kiley -
Streets. Twelve
Grant ille. husky Marines of
ExpertIs Moor, a "ham" in his own right,
Monday, 1800, 2000, Man Front Training Squadron 7, under the
Dfr.J..: Frisco with Ann Shirley Recent ArrivalIf was first lieutenant at the Navy's supervision of Warrant Officer Ed-
: Tuesday, 1800, 2000 Silent big general service radio school at ward Wines, have shown remark-
William G. Harden, S2c, Noroten Heights, N. Y. There near-
h. Partner with Grant U linen*. goes able speed and ability in assem-
Wednesday, 1800, 2000. D' \r- back to his old tricks, things are ly all the staff communications of- bling the pre-fabricated materials.
U f his band liable to hum around Bks 51 at ficers were ex-"hams", as were
and all-girl
vJ. togs NATTC. many of the enlisted instructors them in their effort, asks all per-

E Harden, a recent arrival in Class "QST", the amateur radio op- sonnel who at one time or the

ajh R-44, was a professional magician erators' magazine is interested in other have engaged In radio workas

before he Joined the Navy. Thoughhe ascertaining what and how many a business or a hobby to con-
doesn't have all his equipmentwith former amateurs are now stationed I tact him at his office in ARM
him, he still is able to per- here Lt. Comdr. Moor, aiding school I
e form a number of little oddities. -- ----.- ---- --- --- --
Harden has appeared in a num-
Knot Board Presented To
o ber of professional shows in his Captain

five years as a magician and he
a was a member of the International *- it&

Society of Magicians. Harden's favorite l M :

f I If. act was a head chopping af- jj
fair with the use of a guillotine
which he has at home in Bloomfield -

N. J., and not here, thank
f.. sG goodness. : !

Harden features sleight of hand r.
r, .
( and card and coin tricks in his

'.! .;. ;' repertoire After the war is over, %nv wrv OTIIVVVI lf| contVfTdiiVfl7oo
r.'L. I. a' \ hair, no*
),. *. .{,, he plans to return to his chosen es
'f f.. ( ..
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m. : .. field, but until then trickery is
: .
; l 'iII. Pvt D. G. Braddock R-35, of
-.. .. more ,
; ; r. -.. ... out.t1
... ,,,,
,, L....rt -Y"!,!",'" .'4 Frederlcktown, Ohio, has a twin

llonita Granville According to Pfc C. R. Connors, brother in the Marina Corps. Hi:*.

',it Hershey Penn, Is the garden spotof brother is an aviation

,:.: A number of free tickets to the America Beautiful scenery, h
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afternoon performance of beautiful homes, beautiful girls
Sunday i ii
Pfc R. E. R-35
the Jacksonville Little Theater and so MANY BARS! fs Burbage.
s Pa, has won the undisputed
the World
Tomorrow are
It play, "
title of "Teller of Tall Tales.
available to service men and womb Would anyone who knows Machinist -
NATTC Welfare officein Mate Samuel Nasuti, Sir.
at the
en Pfc. 1(. E Long, of R-35, is the
the Auditorium, Lieut. Carl H. please have him contact Pfr Vincent -
I Ia1 s i lad who almost dally chants from
SchmiU, Welfare Department officer E Chump Of CHft"JldPark y,hp ;r--
the end of the wing, "Boy. you
1 has announced. N. J.. now hill: 'red m Cks 58 .
walked past
should what
The ticket are good only for the MAD the barracks"
1430 performance Sunday. 38 --- : : -
I zcusa
I May at 2032 San Marco Boule- Good : ;-''L. "" Robert II. McDowell, mile, right, honor man In NA1TC Seaman Sgt L. B. Weaver, of R-3S. I.*

vard. At other performances, military And U1<'D fhfDr..% the very;;; sad School's first class, presents! Uw knot board, made' by the class, one of the few wing leader In Radio

personnel will be admitted at case: or the! .ml ded protest **. Capt. J. B. Lynch, Commanding NATTC Shown, 1. to r., are School with the rank of Sergeant

half pt 'I"<', SOl' who: :tHe r ., Cotudr W H, dishing, Executive Officer! ; Capt Lynch; and Lieut He IIP Hi from South Carolina

,,i .., VA tr i'I t L'i; fI' .fM'her A Comdr If r. luney, Brigade Coiuriuatler and O la C.; of Scaniau and has been in the Minn-*

1JfIo J ho Jat Air News Monte bath, .School. [ Corps for three y.>:a'ag : ,

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25 May, 1944 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION rage Seven

. I Fasanella Of Bks 1 1 Hurls i; Easy On The EyesIt

I Third Consecutive ShutoutJoe ATTCen

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Fasanella, the hottest thing

in Softball at NATTC, pitched his SOFTBALL STANDINGS i

third consecutive shutout last weekAS tRe.elta tIAeeugh 20 hl)
his Bks 1 teammates pounded First Regiment I

.put a 6 to 0 victory over Bks 2 to Tram iron Lest 1'.t.
grab a firm hold on first place in Aka, 1 3 0 1.(14)
Dk.1: 1 0 1.(1(()
the First Navy Regiment League. 13ks. 6 2 1 ,66TBka I '

Fasanella limited Bks 2 to three 4 1 1 ..500.500 ; ( )ii
measly bits to hang his third Lr i:1L SL
up 0 2 .000
Dka 2 Champion Jitterbug Arthur S.Shorty" J
white-washing Job. while his mates 0 3 ..000) r
Furtado, Sic, the Boston
pushed over five runs in the first j
National League jumping bean of Barracks 64, had i
inning to provide him with
a comfortable
Team 'OR 1..0" r..t.TTn his chance to show the local Jitter
margin.The .
2 1 ,667TT. how the is really
bugs Lindy Hop
week before Fasanella hurled F :2; 1 .667 i 1
TTM .667TTDl done by a jive artist. 'Shoity", ;
four-hit ball
no-run against 2
2 ..667rT in the Theatre
competing Temple
Bks! 3, and in his first appearance, ,- 1 .3.1..1 R '
Jitterbug Contest last week, easily
he teamed with Pitcher Andersonto TTG-O 0 3 .000
captured first place, and those who
toss a no-hitter Bks 2.
against American League r ., saw his performance say he was I
Another shutout also
was Team Warn I..' Tit nothing short of terrific Ove
in the First Regiment loop as TTA-l 3 1 OliO
2 at Barracks 64 the favorite morning -
ITHcM) 2
Pitchers Townsend and Terchun YO .e
broadcast is the Sky Commuter
combined to hurl one-hit for TTRtD' i i 500TT41
game ,:\.11 4 featuring Ferdinand If ;
Bks 5. which downed Bks 6
by 0 :2 .000 anything ever happened to Ferdi
2 to 0. In the other contest Bks
Officers League nand, such as larengitis, Charlie
51 slugged cut a 10 to 6 decision
Team 11'fln Lest Vet Boline could fill in with the MOO-
over Bks 4. dmlnbtraClon 2 0 1.000 .: OOO's, and listeners would never
In the Officers'1 L..agu.tno Gunnery. :2; 0 I 000) ) ,:
know Charlie's
the difference. Maybe
tar pitcher chalked up their Tech tralning 2 0 1000 :
Bombsight 0 2 .(Mx) name should have been Bovine
second straight victories. IJeut. Brigade 0 2 .()(() r rg .
Ordnance 0 2 .000 rP !
---- ., i s Something new has born added -
; to Ship's Service. Lots of fellows

Softball SoarsTo would seem that Mini >e>'a Hamrick, who formerly was a modelin are remembering that maybe !
to the
they ought inquire price
Dallas, Texas, U most certainly no Impediment to business In the
photographic counter in NATTC Ship's Service. In fact it seems of a photograph for Slow, especially i

New HeightsPerhaps she has the fellows more or less picture conscious! or is it therldurf'S I since the two new girls J I
'I ? have arrived to handle the sales

llVfonm.. ...-* back -IluohValf--.... .. ------' i
the best Softball game -- The lads, in 65 are glad to tee I
All-American Kit I
m the history of the sport was No Sectional you back, and It looks like appendicitis I

staged last week at the NATTC Kittrell At NATTCIn didn't bother yen too !

Ship's Service picnic for military much. \

personnel, held at the Golden Head Feud Between the event another Air Raider New Champ? Al Sinibaldi SpA) '11

Branch state park. football team materializes this I Ic, thinks he has a comer in D. T. "
According to reports still float- coming fall at NATTC, there's a Shaheen. of the Aviation

ing in, Sk3c A. B. Stuchell's classy These MarinesThe chap here who will undoubtedlymake i keepers School Say, StOR'I i iI I

team defeated Sk3c R. W, Head's I scribes and spectators sit up I I how about that gorgeous blondes. vI

ten by 49 to 47'a. The half run rendezvous four Marines and take notice. I I who works in AEM School, the one 11
was scored when Fred Nuckols Pfc Milford L. Kittrell is the I who leaves the main cf
held here in the Marine Aviation : building "
SptS)2c.< gave out of gas on his same "Kit" Kittrell that; Sports AEM at 1600? She's the Bomb-
Detachment two was, t 11
RR R 1Joe 1-; way from third to home plate. His Commentator Bill Stern selected to sight students nomination for I
\ ''teammates carried him home for also, the birth of a firm friendship his 1941 All-American team and NATTC Pin-Up girl. 1
between three rebel states rated as one of the finest running
the half The ,
run gorgeous game I I Bks 1 is full of top notch ath- '
j and one yankee. tailbacks in the entire Southwest
FasanellaRoy I went seven innings with 15-min- letes. Two of the most outstanding -
these four Leathernecks The McGregor, Texas lad played
I ute rest periods between each. Today, same are "Stan": Vrabec, Sic, etar
\lomaoh tw-* F. Frink's combat conditioning Baylor University before comingin
hitter as Administration dowut"Clrtgadf' swimming and diving exhibition Capt. Fred last Fall, which knocked off Notre
to the Marine His Coach
5: to 1, and Student Officer program and hold the Corps. .
Ed who
by Cromer. S2c, a former professional Frank brother of Dame, and Ed Halsch S2c ;
rank of Staff Sergeant. was Kimbrough '
Billy Kinkopf truck out I swimmer.It played pro baseball for Scranton,
the famous "Jarrin1 Jawn" of Tex- '
seven men and jlekled only five I also was reported that Robert Other than their regular duties, fame. in the Eastern League. Vrabec incidentally ,,1
hit a* Gunnery bombed Bombsight J Barnett. SpS)2c( ) was unable to the four sergeants have taken Kittrell Aggie is the property of the held the NATTC record r J

7 to 2. Ens. G. t:. Fry of ,, attend the picnic because of his part in other fields. Julian White .I New York Giants professional foot- for the two and four-tenths mile .

Administration team got I birthday celebration the night be- the hefty knife and club artist ball club and intends to make a obstacle course until recently. although ,
three for four. In the other Of- I' from the University of Mississippi I.
fore. Bob said he was feeling badly stab at ball he tips the scales at 205.
some "pay-day" lugging
ficers' League game, Technical following his party due to an overindulgence was blocking back for the Air when the war is over. Lots of beef to be carrying around
Training scored four nuns" In the of food (of all things). Raiders last fall and an outfielderon that fast!
opening frame to defeat Ordnance About 30 men, including officers I the present :Marine baseball M.A.1) Baseball Features. There

6 to 4. in the Ship's Service military complement team. Charlie Below the Kentucky Don Sebastian; Didn't were two exceptionally bright features -
The Second and Third Regiments I all who didn't have the "Long Rifleman" who got his advanced for the Marines in the Sta-

League opened play last I duty, attended the picnic the arrangements I schooling at Murray State Play At This WeddingAt tion League game they dropped to

week with Bks 19. 16 and 18 scoring for which were made College in his home state was a 1900, Friday 12 j.tay. 1944. the Bluejackets Thursday. While .

initial victories. Bks 19 play. I by John McCants EM2c. I tackle for the Raiders His regular the sweet compelling strains of i i I the Leathernecks came up on the

ers dented home plate eight timesin duties are teaching hand-to-hand the Wedding March pealed forth short end for the third time in
the second inning to trounce man Smith kept TTR in the game combat club fighting and tumb- from the NAS Catholic Chapel. four starts the trio of singles by

Bks 20 by 13 to 9. Pitcher Warden II with three hits. In the only other ling. The oil fields of Texas losta Corp. Don Sebastian however Chet Haliski registered in his 4

was the star as Bks 18 rappedout American loop engagement TTHD good man when Pat Leigh came was not at his usual place at the debut and Southpaw Cy Longley'stwohit .
& 14 to 1 triumph over Bks 21. ( ) whipped TTHM 9 to 5. into the Marine Corps. His is the console of the organ. relief stint were plenty

Bks 16 shoved over the winning In the National League Pitcher thankless task of caring for, all I' Although Don's music has en- impressive Sergeant "Big" Bill J

tally in the final inning to nose McCabe hurled and batted TTD-1 Combat Conditioning and athletic hanced the beauty of many a wedding Short, Judo Instructor, knows all
7 to 6 to an 8 to 5 triumph over TTG-O; The Clark Gable mustache .
rut Bks 17 by a score. equipment. here, this time the music was about the perfect pitch. For several
The fast moving TTA-1 ten increased TTM whipped TTF.' 13 to 6, with he sports is his pride and being played for him and his love- weeks he has been supervising! the

its lead in the American Babick and Edkins teaming to toss ly bride, the former Helen Grandyof I I construction of a super horse-shoe-

League with a 6 to 4 decision over a four-hitter; and TTT scored over joy.Last.. but not least, although the the NATTC AdministrationDept. pitching pit for the Marine". com
all of its II TTB 6 to 3, the losers being held
TTR TTA-1 pushed over mite of the quartet is Bill Black. plete with all the scientific touches
runs in the first frame First Base- to six hits by Pitcher Raymond. He's the little ball of fire from I'' Immediately following the im- j'' and newest wrinkles. It's a smooth t

--- --- Kent State College in Ohio. He is pressive ceremony the couple left i I job.

Cross-Country Champ a master of the deadly "Japanese for a brief honeymoon at Silver I _a _
choke" and can toss 200-pound men Springs. '

W-! ., "" .,..u.., ..... ---. around with exceptional ease. f I Don and Helen are continuing I' A fugitive from glamour is Pfc. !'
Four Marines four states with their respective wartime jobsat R. L. Hamilton, R-35, of Alpine
", tried and proven friends. NATTC, and their many friends '; Texas. His civilian occupations included -

wish them every happiness. ladies' ready-to-wear and
r' lifeguard at a WAC training .

'" New Books In The A1"CLih..u Buy, Buy War Bond school. An erstwhile subscriber to"Vogue" ''.

) OrBye magastne, he now reads 1
the "Leatherneck" exclusively
KirtUn: Bye Freedom )\
g rR Caravan, by Lady Eleanor smith.Bills .
of Home. by Curtis Martin.
Inherit' the. Wind by Maxeda F. Von Bulkhead

The Htcxe Man .with* the Monocle) by Garncttweton i lOll .......- -

The M>'stery e.f Swordfish Reef, by
Arthur vV. Upheld ? ......
Saddle Hawks, bv BIts l.t>ma'IC. -
The Thursday Turkey Murders by I
I Oat Rice.
Country r\ bv Homer 'CrlY.I .
Own Alex I Gard
The Great American Customer, by Carl

.r ,:' i ie I Maxim Pope Crow. LIMlnoff, by Arthur Upham r\ ,4I1X1't S

: I Tout &rlrtll. by Marlone R. Perricknon.
A of the Chinese, by L.
I Carrlnglon Goodrl'h.I .
I Those Were the Do>.. by Edward R
4 F I Hewitt
Top Hats and Tom-tomi, b> Elizabeth
: I D: FurhnvYou're .
Sitting on My Fjela he by
Whitney Dai row. .
-- -

Expensive! treat. Kay Barth
M.A.A. at Barracks 21, tells of

his pal, Norm Shannon, SpSSo,
finally ra.hlnthm with a

treat-one" bottle of beer for the

both of them! Have you heard

Kay Ballard AEMSc, of Bk 13,
the left handed guitarist? He i is

'a '.. ., ', 1Y something super. lie> wa Invited

;Marcel Le Blanc, K-33, a very promising track man who run for to play for a big dinner party at

the fun of it, I* shown crossing the finish line In a two-mile cro!*> the Masonic Temple, in Jar, the a

country run at NATTC lad week Le Blanc breezed home well other night, and brought the H awN
and 48 house down. Frank UrIts and s
ahead of 10 other runners. lie wan clocked at 10 minutes .(off
seconds by Smokey Brother, OiSA), Wt, of tM Physical TrainIng "Smitt?" Smith, of the NATTC I'

Department In charge of conditioning. The beat crot,,-coimtry Fire House Band, also played "But, sir, it's a blind date, and I told her I'd wear -

runners at NATTC competed In the rn<*. Jarne P. Corbett, R-33, sail received great applnii The sumthin' different sos she'd Know me."
for the love of It. ,
R-40 finished third. I lad played Just I
was tc.nd In 11.07.Vat" ii Clark, ,



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(f Page Eight MF JAX AIR NEWS 25 May, 1944

The Great Milo Has His Troubles Fliers Battle Lakeland In

Game At Mason FieldLarry

P t e.t.'D I. Baldwin, AMM[ 2c, whose season's record is on\ ?

II I as 9- victory and one defeat, will hurl for the Naval Air Stati-m

I baseball team Sunday afternoon at 1130 when the Fliers Uk

Ir on the flashy Food Machinery. I
r I -- - Baldwin former hurler for Miami -
: Crack Rifle Shot"To and Ocala, a major leagr' )

i By Edmund Walsh Y2c \4 x I prospect a few seasons ago until

I Ed Strangler Lewis i way 4\ c Perform Here Injured, Is showing fine form thu'

playing cards in the dressingroom 4a season and may be ready foi .A

at Mason Field<<: last Monday real I comeback.

.. night with Texas Babe : ; : Next TuesdayKen The Fliers lineup will pr )bihly

Sharkey and Henry Piers. bo the same except for the addition ,-

: The wrestling show wasn't as '' .. 'II. Beagle, who for the past of Second Baseman UMi-:; .
".",: .( fifteen years has been one of thenation's ,
slated to go on immediatelyso Lyons misled the last tw >
I "A- top rifle shots, will givean
:: .
he began to shoot the ../ ': exhibition at the Officers' games.
.breeze. Skeet Club next Tuesday at 1800. Biggest change Lieut. Marty ),1.'.
"On all the occasions when box w. w All Naval personnel are invited; Donough, NAS coach, is hoping I loris
'era and wrestlers have met in the Ik' t--.. 1A wo ', to attend. In hitting. Last Sunday Flunk

same ring I have never known a ,: .-4 Beagle, who is a representativeof
: Kaspar, ACOPT ace, held thuit
wrestler to lose yet. the Remington Arms company
"Did I ever tell you the story will use between 18 and 20 different Fliers to four safeties and v-ryi

about Jack Dempsey ? At the 'I I : rifles and shot guns duringthe few balls were hit out of the m-

time Jack was champ, one of the performance. field.
promoters wanted to bring | Among his many feats with the In three games played dutm--

]>eiii|> .sum ring to see who would the air and hitting them tossing two and lost one.
emerge the victor. a small wood block in the air and I A week ago, the Fliers belted .nt

"Dempsey refused, but Irldn't then shooting off one two and a 10 to 6 triumph over the f
find out until later that three pieces, and drawing bullet | tant Captain of the Port team 'lit
lie went to Chicago/ and workedout hole pictures on white cardboard.'I| Mason Field. Dave Bride and Eddie -

in private with a middleweight He also fires at oranges or j Lyons hit home runs. Bud <
wrestler. II" couldn't grapefruit, making them explode !' homer in the fifth inning wiiii

beat him, no I guess he must and turn to juice. I'| Walter DeFreitas aboard proviuV-t
have figured he couldn't heat me. t Using an automatic shot gun, the winning margin.
"Wrestling'," continued the fif he aims at and hits five clay pigeons Last Saturday in the Jacksonville -

ty-thiee year old grappler "is the baseball park the Air St.i-
best preparation possible for any Beagle began shooting as a boy; '' Lion nine celebrated its first d"nvn-

of our men who may have to meet The (:rt'ftt11I0.: billed as the Mlrarle 'Iu..cltIltn.: right offered firing at rabbits on the plains of town appearance by ringing tin
enemies in hand to hand combat. $100 to any man who -ould !stay In the ring with him three minutes. the middle western states. | bell in the tenth frame to down the

"The reason the Japs are taught' Nlrk Carter S2c. left, and Lieut. Howard Burnell took ui| the ihallenge. I I I, His exhibition includes explanations Jacksonville Coast Guard 5 to) .'.

ju-jitsu in their schools and in Each ret't'I't'dO.. rxl I Strangler Lewis. upper right five time' of the powers of the different The Fliers beat a good piti-h'i.
their military forces is that with- !| world's heavyweight champ talks to the frond of 5.000( Naval |personnel calibre I guns.Mayport. Charley Kane, one time Bit ming-
out it they wouldn't have a chance who saw the wrestling exhibition at Mason FleM lust Monday -- -- .-- I ham Baron star. Don Cross with

against us. The average Jap I night three hits and Charley Woddail
weighs quite a bit less than the ----- --- --- -- -- -- : And Stars On : : with two paced the Station in hit
average American. i ting.

"I've been to Japan four times Dispensary Docks-Ferries VPB 2 ((2)) j [ Latest Baseball Card j At St. Augustine last Sun.Jav..
and usually wrestled over there for the Fliers met their first defeat ,it
six months at a time. I was never In the new list of scheduling ; the season losing to the ACOPT
I' ; .
defeated and beat Professor leto I And Gunnery Officers Lead Softball for the Naval Air i Station bas e ball I nine a to: 2. Kaspar was the pitch-

their greatest exponent of judo i teams 8-1'-'hn"a; d home games ing and hitting star for the w uri-

ju-jitsu and summa're lling. I Dispensary, of the ationar League, and Docks-Ferries, of with two of the Fliers foremost ners yielding only two runs ant

"A funny thing, recently I met the American League, \'E PH 2 ((2)) of the Officers' Leagueand rivals, the Mayport Section Base knocking in the winning run himself -
Dempsey. He's a Commander now Officers' and the St. Augustine Coast Guard in the last of the ninth.
Gunnery; Officers, of the Student : League, are ,
In the Coast Guard. One of the Stars.
NAS 10 ACOPT of ; ,
after two weeks Station
the undefeated Softball teams -
things he told was that he's only
I The Fliers clash with Mayporthere I Air :!otall...
teaching more wrestling than boxing competition.In Wednesday 7 June and atl I ab.h.o.a ah n J.J.
I _. _. ;3 0 1 l 0 Cross.3b
4 i I i
in his physical training work.". I the National league, fifteen Mayport Wednesday 28 June. The
Burns.3b S 1 1 \ndeol..n.lS :! 1 I 4
The Strangler, big and almost i contests were played. Dispensary coming home on an error. I II Stars come here for a game Tues- I 3 Oil 1 Lyons.2b 5 1 i
blubbery ,is, Mill an arsenal of i defeated Squadron VPB 2 ((1) in i VO-VCS took three games trim- day 6 June and the Fliers play at High 100, 4 tf J >

power. He has wrestled in oter i its only contest of the week. ', ruing C. C. Stewards 6 to 4, VPB 1'' St. Augustine Wednesday 21 June. I Harister.rf 422 4110 0De! Colzan.r[ rc'tsif 4041Jester.If .1 -' 3 .1> .

6: OO contests In thirty-five I Shrout pitched a two hit game. 2 ((2)) 8to2andVPB2 (1) 8to5.1 I Other games listed are: Food Georges M 312 2unt, 3 1 1 iAlfield.2t

year One of hit major accoin- |IImboden, Dispensary and Borne, 1, Murphy, Hallmaik, Mason and Os- I j Machinery Corporation, Lakeland ,I > 421 405 311)'gher.c
li4hiiieiitft In a record of 15 VPB 2 (II I. each hit triples. !, trosky led VO-VCS in its triumphs. i I 1<'1.1. at N AS. Sunday; Jax Ter- MtLcod.p 40001 O.BIttner.p 4001 I
straight defeat of Jim Londos, I O and G won three games, de- 1 __I ___ _
l In the American Docks- minal at NAS 30 :
League. : Tuesday May; j
who In recognized a. one of the I featlnp Parachute Loft, 7 to 2, I Totals, 3'79249Total.\| :tl" ?7 J
three 499th Bomber
leaders Fighter
Fenies league won Squadron. Score by Innings:
world's all time great mat men.Strangler'a | VO-VCS 13 to 7 and Personnel. games, tripping up Recruit; Center II Wayeross. Ga. at NAS. 31 May; COPT 03,) All i iAt- u
appearance here and tJ to 5. For O and G. Young pitched 9 to 0. Cooks-Bakers 7 to 2 and Florida Defense Force of Palatka. All Station 400 220 2010
those of Sharkey, Piers Mike De- Parachute Runs, Anderson. Lyons, Colgan !.). -
three hit against I
a game Main Galley, 5 to 1. Roberts was at Palatka 4 June; Jax Terminal Freltao, Jester. Georges. AliteM. Ki.tore. .
metn and Billy Smith were made 1 Loft, while. Piatkowski. pot the hurling star of all three triumphs at NAS 13 June; 599 Fighter'I' (,Calla\h.\ Lyons 2. Georg.* RUM
possible by the Pepsi-Cola Com- -- -- 'I his effort against Recruit Bomber Squadron at Wavcross.. batted In. AI field, McLeod. C"oloejl,
pany who sponsored the show. National. 1 lee giir 1 Lyons 2. De Krlia Cross. Bi ids I.
--" fti ___ Yr', L.Dispensary Center being a one hit performance I Ga. Two-bane! hits. Cross. Alfteld. Thi....
: Kauffman, Otis and Holland Army Air Base Orlando Fla at base hit. De Freltas. Home runs. Lyons.
I 5 1 Bride. Stolen banes.. Anderson. ceoi <' "s.
were batting standouts NAS 18 June: Camp Blanding at Left .
2 Nines Are TiedIn der I' on bases. ACOPT : Air Stuil.m
I A R 5 4 :1 Ir I! Recruit Center whipped VF 4 NAS. 9 June: Waycross Army AirField 5. Hits. oft McLeod 8 In 8 Innings. HI"-

Parachute lAU : 2Pei 14 to 3 and VM 8 to 3. Chandler, at Waycrosa. 16 July: Camp ner Mi-I.eod 9 In 6.R Inning Blttner. Bases 1. Struck on b.JII"t out. l hv
Station Loop I sonnet 2VPB2 Chitty and Schumacher paced the j Blanding there, 13 August; and Mcleod 2. Blttner 4. Wild pitches.I M. -
<12)<: J 1 3VP132 Boot camp hitters. Scott hut led a Orlando Army Air Base there, 20I' Leod 2. Winning pltc-her. Bltlner.t 'I!l.a.
Assembly and Repair and the Storekeepers I lilt pitcher Mcl.eod. Time of gnu".
t1) e' 0 5 two hit game against VF 4. Ii | August l.jO.: Umpires;: 1': Peverell. B. Man is.

UATTC three victories Bluejackets and only are one tied defeat with ,i' Photo lt l"6.St.. 3 4 I i VM hangar won over Main Gal- j -- - -- NAS, 5 ; COAST GUARD. 2
I 0 3 to 2 and over Ship's Store
Marine Bks 'leyI Air Mtion I C'tlut
to lead the inter-station baseball i .m.Ic.'an League I i i 7 to 1. Rickenback, VM, with a A and R WAVES Db.h OJI \' Cibrhl'J :.1.
league. I W. L. 5 1 30 Durrenoe.lf. :> 1 .i')
homer Zene and Alfordy were the
In games during the past week, Dock.-Ferrle. .6 0 AndersonM 5 1 5 !S Conroy. ."> i 1 t
Recruit Center II l' leading swatters for the winners. I Are UndefeatedIn 432 2'Hoffman 4 2.! I
Bluejackets took a 4 to 3
game j VM-Hangar 4 2 Woddull.lf 521: 0,Haracco,21) 4 t tCoUan.c
fourteen batters in
I.otz whiffed
from the NATTC Maiines. Ander- 3 3 4151 Falcone rf 4121 1
son was the winning pitcher and Seaman Main Galley GU3rd. I the Boathouse's 3 to 2 set back of the five weeks of play In the DeF ,relts.2b i 4122 r 1 < I:
Langley the loser. i VF-4 .4.. i 22. I, Vf4.. Ramona and Lotz had I WAVES Softball tournament, the'A!' ::10'7 \Vit'sklss 412 I :
.. Barnes; Ib 104 OlrMuhl 1 ') I 1 ')
The Marines beat A and R, 5>> 2 3 .. doubles for Boat house.I and R team remains the only I Bride.if .411 0 Dulaney.c 4), S iCarter.p
to 1 with Langley hurling. McClos-' Boathouse: 2 3 i I I TI beat Ship's Store 7 to :3 and 'j unbeaten nin-\ VPB is m second + 300-1 Kane.p __3 l J .i :
key. infielder the NAS baseball 18 to 8. Folds T 4 hit : place with four' wins and tlc-
on I Chip's Store 1 3 Hospital a one Totals 58 10 .10 13 I Totals 41 10' It) I II
team was on the mound for the Cooks and J3akl'rI I 0 6 triple and three singles and Husk j feat. I z-Batted for \\ I In 10th
A and R.Seaman. I --- -- ---- had a double and three singles to In the games Monday, Supply Score by Innings:
Air I Station I(AA) I))) 020 11
Guard broke into the ,; a home i\n. In the close contest pace T 4 against the Hospital. I defeated the WAVES unit by a Coast Guard 002 0)) Iii) >'I i
win column by whitewashing A \ against Personnel, Condo, O and G I I: Seaman Guard took a close one score of :24 to 8 and A and R I Runs. Vannl 2. Anderson Bildo'i., ,
and R. 6 to 0. Eddie Lyons, NAS pitcher, won his own game with a from T 4, 7 to 6. McCullough, i took NAOTC 12 to 3. On Tuesday I Coni O '. Hoffman. Eriors. Anderson! ,.'
Com-oy. Bar XVltkonxkl. Runs tviii-1
second baseman flipped a five hit double in the seventh inning, Castles Medley and Follor paced VF won 14 to 9 over Syntheticand in Cross 2.a ceo.Anderson Woddull llori-"
ball game for the winners. Lyons knocking in the winning run. Reba Seaman Guard's hitters and Horn- VPB defeated T-l 13 to 4. man Bar'ruro, Two-base hits Kulon-1
with a homer and a triple and Don !I and King starred for Personnel. ing hurled the victory.: VF 4 beat I The officers were defeated in Anderson Colgan. Barruco. Thi-ee-b.i'-. *

Cross with a triple were the bat- I I Stan Polntek hurled A and R to T 4, 3 to 2 in a close game. I their game ,Thursday by VF by a hit. Hoffman.pUys. DeI'Sacrifice reitas. Anderson hit. !, fjiietDouble ting stars. Phil Miller was the losing 16 to 2 triumph over Personnel. '' Hospital tripped up Ordnance 10 I'' score of :5 to 3. VPB will play tho Weiner Weiner, Anderson and \\VIIUM .
pitcher. Personnel outhlt A and R but made to 6. Littleman Sebrey and Yechak officers tonight. LeU on bases. Naval Air Station >>
I Coast Guard 10. Bases hnlU ir
on 'II
fatigue Standings three errors. Personnel won over were the Hospital luminaries. Hospital j New home runs were scored this Carter 4. Kane 2. Strikeouts Car i ire I U,
W* L the C. C. Stewards 8 to 3. Georgeand also beat Cooks-Bakers 3 to week by Grace Blainn of the Kane" 5. Wild pitch Carter. Time' "t
:As<-mi'h Bluejackets'woJ'Repalr 3 ifrn King starred for Personnel. : 2. Schumack and Tursi paced the WAVES Unit, Josephine Giza I game 2:18..: Umpires Kernely and Williamson.

NA I n- Mjrlnes 3 1 3 1 Parachute Loft figured in two medics In batting while Hagen<< Ship's Store Ashore, and Chmie- NAS 2 ACOPT :P
Seaman lu.nd; 1 3 high scoring contests beating turned in a five hit game. Manley deskamp, VF 4. ; I .' ,,
Air Station ( H'annl.l't
--tr- Photo Lab 18 to 2 and the C. C. got a double for the galley men. The standings follow: ah.h.o.a \' ti h <> a.
Pee Wee Stewards 26 to 6. P. L. also beatVPll Mitchell and Buzby paced the W. L. \ !511 4D; .'J i
Reese Plays A aRt R & 0 Andersonrf :301 :?'Johnson..11): 4 >0 ,D t
2 ((2)) 8 to 2. Meros and Phil- Boathouse to a 7 to 6 win over VPU 4 1 Cros.3t! 4 0 0 Phillips.Ib' :3 .0 i Ill.'
Baseball In HawaiiThe lips were the pitching stars for Cooks-Bakers. Both batters had : Synthetic 3 2 WoJdull.lf :3 1 O.IIufiruttr.rf, 4110 I
P. L. while Maglioco hit two home doubles. VV' 2 3: Coi an.c 210 3i.Tester.lf i 4 >) :o IDeFrelts.2b
Aiea Naval Hospital base Supply 2 3 2004 Georges M .110
bait team in Hawaii received 'runs, three doubles and several (, ----*-- T-t sort Yard 3 3 Welner.lU .401 B'AlfieTd.2t' > :.111 .:
.. a 'singles to be the batting star. ,j< Officers' League :NAOTC" 1 4 M' 411 :.liGullaisher.c I) I) >) (
shot in the
arm recently when WAVES Unit 1 4ff Vlckery.p 200 2Krench.c 4 ') t t
Clfranic and Hat bison
Fleming, J Jwere
Chief Specialist Harold ( Pee Wee) :, ;; ,I W. iii ------ Buldwln.p 100 0/Kaapcrp\ : 40: < ,t
also at the
outstanding plate.
VPD-2 (2)
Reese joined the club. The --
former i Storekeepers ed,;ed out Marine I VK-3 1 Still Socks 'Em Totals 32 t 4 2.-J Tol.llg:1': i Ii .*7
shortstop star for the Brooklyn I OperationsVOVCS Air Station (0 II) JIB 'or, 2
Barracks, 7 to 6. Tu rbi villI!, Brown, 1
Dodgers will assist in the Hospital's I Mizo. Ex-Giant Star, ACOPT 010 (1)1) 101 .1
athletic l I Dicker and Jensen were the run Supply Coatm. 1NA1OTC Runs Hifomelster. Cnlnan. Gem;,,.
pro- makers for the winners. Seagraves (m Johnny Miz. former first Errors. Johnson. Georges 2. Runs batted -
gram m addition to performing on '' had a of singles for the losers. I :" 4I t r for the New York Giants In. Georges, McCloskey. Krenrh:
the diamond himself. gait I I Two-bus hits. JlaOmeUler. iasta'r:
I' VPB ( ) nosed out the Storekeepers I Dispensary St. Louis Card, is the big sack-I Three-lias! hit. Mc-ClosKey.I Sacilfl.DeKreltuji. "..,
-Ie---- I 3 to 2. Hamman hurled VF-4 3 thd Ianoeho Klippers' lineup Stolen bases. Johnson Wen
Dronko Nagurski, ex-Minnesota :; a four hit game and Brunner got Pub R 4 .season. Mize has cannonaded seven ers Left on tauen. Air Station !9. ACoi'T, I
Work o. > Hits 4 In G 2-3; n and pro football star, has been |111 triple. Student OfflceiVGunnery IAaue'I': liotruMji in 12 games: batted in 30 2rt'n\'l"' 21.Y Bides on Milt, off; i
Binned l as backfield coach at the Marczak and. Kelleher led VO- L runs and is racing along; at a .425 I Vlckerv 1. Kan nor 4. Baldwin 1. Sir Ut...-
l/Oiversity/ of Southern California. O.Vl'B2 0 hitting gait. One of his teammateson nuts Vll'kf'ry4; Kasiptfr :.1 UiMwIn 1. ,
VCS to a 6 to 4 win over C. C.
1 XVIM pitch\ ull.'lior.UildwIn. ,
_,_ (t)
i* I Stewards. A and It jut managedto T-4 0 a the NAS Hawaiian team is I Time of gante. X lr'tU" I'ITIplres -
Buy, IJuy War lUmU. beat C. C. Steward 2 to 1, out- Supply, OfficersVK5 g"p.t 2 Hugh Casey, former Dodger hurler. Olnijn and "',_
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