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',,-, DlOL. 2, No. 37 UJLUUJUJ Lmimmniii) i mum 30 November, 1944

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An Activity of the Naval Air Operational Training Command .


Captain Regan New Skipper Oi NAS Jacksonville ""I I


Take Command Of I

$67,000 Eve PledgedOn Outgoing And Incoming Commanding Officers Big i Air Station ''?,, t

Opening Captain Walton W. Smith'Is

Bond Campaign 3 Detached To AssumeHis

( t Duties ElsewhereIn
", Half Million Goal Is Set
.'.. a brief, impressive ceremony *
As Navy Lends Complete Tuesday morning at the

Cooperation To Effort P. ;* : : : j. Jacksonville Naval Air Station
' : Captain Herbert E. Re
The third Pearl Harbor Day
gan, USN, a veteran of 26
War Bond Campaign which years in the Naval service sue- 'n .
opens officially here tomorrow ceeded Captain Walton W. Smith, 1
.,- will probably be the most suc USN, as commanding officer, becoming .
cessful bond drive held yet the sixth distinguishedNaval
officer to assume command!
it was indicated yesterday by the of one of the Navy's largest air
1'1'; announcement that pledges in the establishments.
".'(: Amount of $67,000 have already : : : Members of the staff of Rear
M been turned Admiral A, C. McFall, chief of
; The Peatl Harbor Day Cam- Naval Air Operational Trainingwith
:"'- palgn coincides with the Sixth
headquarters here, commanding
War Loan Drive which is being
officers of satellite stations
,; conducted throughout the nation pr and other activities at the Air ...
by the Treasury Department t Station heads of departments and
"Remember Pearl Harbor" theme civic leaders of Jacksonville were
la particularly appropriate for the in attendance as Capt. Smith read
i Navy's drive in view of the fact his orders detaching him as commanding
that the Navy bore the brunt of officer and Capt. Regan
the attack that fateful morning of read his orders assigning him to
7 December 1941, and that since Jacksonville. "I relieve you, sir," .
: the sneak stab in the back the said the new commanding officer i
: American Navy has given the
repeating a traditional Navy.
Japs good cause to not only re phrase as the two officers shook
member the day, but to regret it k hands. Capt. Smith then bade each

: too. officer goodbye and Capt. Regaa
the In these
By /going over top
0. was introduced to each
periodic bond drives, naval personnel Capt. Smith expressed appreciation '
I' set an example lor the
for the loyal support he
rest of the populace to emulate. had received at Jacksonville and
. It hows that the men and women Captain Walton \\. {smith, left, extends congratulations. and best wi hf'S'to Captain Herbert E. lie- referred to the Station as ?
who make up the mightiest gan, right, as the latter became the new Commanding Officer of NAS Jacksonville at ceremonies here "the best In the world." \[
Navy In America's history not Tuesday morning. Members of the staff of Hear Admiral A. C. McFall, chief of Natal Air Operational "I know your reputation; r 'J.,
only are making:: good use of the. Training with headquarters here, commanding officers of satellite stations, and other activities at the I have seen jour products and 1 \.
r tools of war this countr>-'s productive Air Station, heads of departments and civic leaders of Jacksonville were In attendance. have beenery favorably mi- f '
genius has turned out, I
pressed, declared the new
but are helping pay for them Up Ladder To CPO I Conservation Of commanding officer.
AM welL Yea Verily Capt. Regan, a native of Ne
To accomplish this, organized ,
vada, came to Jacksonville from

every campaigns; department are being and conducted activity at in At 21 But He Has It's True! Materials UrgedOn the San Fleet Diego Air, Calif.Wing Prior West to Coast that, ..,'

NAS, Jacksonville, and its aux he had duty as chief of staff and
iliaries. Naval and civilian personnel There's a housing shortage In
are co-operating to make Faced Enemy FireOne Jacksonville (as everyone This StationSatisfactory aide to the commander of a carrier I
division. Other wartime service
the overall effort an outstanding knows who has tried to find a
success. A. & R. is again puttingon of the youngest enlisted men place to hang up his coat), and progress in the sta has included duty as command.
a variety show to stimulate to be rated as a chief petty officeron Lieutenant R. L. Steiner, housing tion's Intensive conservation and ing officer of an auxiliary aircraft
Throughout Monday this station Is Ray Edward superintendent on this Sta salvage program was reported this carrier and as commanding officer
purchases.five shows will be staged at various Tower, ACMM. USN, who attained tion, sounds a warning to all week by Lieut. Walter Sledge, conservation of the Naval Air Station at Trinidad -
locations for the day shift this highest of enlisted ratings this personnel officers, enlisted, and salvage officer. British West Indies. His
and additional five month and civilian, not to bring their Each activity and department, permanent home address is listedas
workers an
Tower hails from Worcester, families to Jacksonville unless in accordance with Station Order Seattle, Washington.
shows, are slated for Tuesday eve. Mass., and has just turned 21. satisfactory quarters have been No. 117-44 issued 20 November, A graduate of the U. S. Naval
Ding for the night shift.of mount- While short of years, he's long in obtained in advance 1944, has designated an officer to Academy at Annapolis, Capt. Re..
With'the demands war experience, as a glance-In his serve There Is no reason to expect conduct the conservation and sal gan received his commission in '
tog steadily, and the cost in dollars ice record will show. any Improvement In the near vage program In its respective department 1922. He then entered flight training .J I
paralleling this upward needed spurt, ': On 12 December, 1940, Just past future," according to Lieut. or activity, Lieut Sledge at Pensacola, winning his
more and more money is his 17th birthday, Tower enlisted Steiner "All housing available stated, and these officers are cooperating wings in 1925. He has had sere
,, by the government to wage this out in the Navy. He took his boot through/ the Housing Office Is 100 per cent to make the ice as a fighter pilot aboard the
global conflict The knocking training at Newport, R. I., and now used up and there are long drive a success USS Langley, the USS Saratoga 1
of Germany will still require the then was sent to mech school at lists of applicants waiting for "While one would think that the and the USS Lexington and as a
expenditure of untold billions of : N. A. S., Jacksonville., In June, turnover vacancies In every typeof job was well done in the past," he scout-plane pilot aboard the USS
dollars. And the prospect of a 1941, as a seaman, second class, he housing," he concluded. declared "with greater enthusiasmwe Omaha and the Saratoga. He had
long and costly war looms in the to Pearl Harbor. Just tremendous addi-
was shipped can conserve duty prior to the outbreak of the
Pacific before Japan can be one week before that fatal day in tional amounts in the future." war as executive officer of the
brought to her kneesInis December, Tower was promoted to Package Wrapping Is Lieut. Sledge pointed out that Naval Air Station at Seattle, was
offensive I and
Increasing! AMMSc. Available DowntownA waste fats and grease' are still on commander, of the seaplane tender
Its resultant Increase In material The Japs' struck, and the the critical list, and he urged USS Williamson and operations
cost I* reflected In this 5ear'sgoal young petty officer was rightIn booth has been set up for that every effort be made to Increase officer on the staff of Patrol Wing
for the station and Its auv- the midst of it Everyone the savings of these two Four .
$300,000 worth of War worked hard, he says, to get I the wrapping of Christmas gifts items Tin cans are also high up Capt. Regan is married to the
'.1jUlarleOJ'! Last year a total of $212- things straightened up after the at the USO downtown, it has been on the list, but In order to salvage former Miss Mary Jane Cosgrove
of bonds were sold sneak attack, and liberty was a announced by Miss Myra Wellington the tin the cans must be of Cleveland Ohio ,
during the Pearl Harbor cam thing of the past. lie wasn't of the Pilot Club. properly prepared for collection. Capt. Smith came to Jack ()n- ;
paign, and only $36,100 worth there long enough to see everything "A booth has been set up where Cans must be clean and flattened yule from Alameda, Calif. flue '
were purchased during the firstcommeniorntie however, packages will be both gift wrapped
squared away, it Is cautioned Ing the present war he has served
drive in 1012. for In January, 194! he returnedto and wrapped for mailing," I Special emphasis is being placedat as aviation officer on the
As In the past, emphasis is being the States to attend Instrument she said. "This service will be this time, it was brought out, staff of Commander, Amphibious
e placed on the purchase of at school in New York available from 12 noon to 10 on the conservation of waste pa- Force, Pacific Fleet, and as chiefof
least one additional war bond for' Three months later, in April, he p. m., on Saturdays and Sundays per of all kinds. The shortage of staff, Fleet Air, Alameda He
cash over and above normal bond went back to Pearl Harbor. From I and from 3 p. m. to 10 p. m, on this item has been indicated by the Is a native of Commerce Ga.
buying and bond allotments by there he went to Midway and Wednesdays and Fridays," Miss practice of the downtown stores At the conclusion of Tuesday's/ .
every officer, enlisted man, and again he saw the little yellow men Wellington ,declared not to wrap packages and the scrap ceremony, Capt. Regan stood as
!If f ; civilian worker aboard. Where possible strike. In the middle of June, Tower m %--3< paper drives conducted periodicallyby the sixth commanding officer since
It is urged that the bond be returned to Perl Harbor for Buy, Buy War Bonds local agencies. the commissioning of the Jackson..
of $100 or higher denomination. the third time, and In Septembercame Another scarce item is wooden ville Naval Air Station on Octo
Only by such participation will another boost in rate, to Or crates, according to the salvage of- ber 15 1940 The first was Cap. '
the station be able to achieve its Continued on Page rive Bye, five Freedom Continued on Page Five I taro (now Rear Admiral) Charles \

Mark. __, ___ P. Mason who is now chief of ..i
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Pearl Harbor Day Message' --Capt. H. E. ReganI Naval Air Intermediate Training. "
War Costs 250 MillionsA Admiral Mason was succeeded in

Day, Says President consider it a privilege to be able to participate in the Pearl Harbor Day Bond Admiral May 1912) John by Captain Dale Price(now, Rear who ,

WASHINGTON (CNS) Cost Drive being conducted here at Jacksonville and throughout the Navy on December 7. now has a command in the Pacific .

of the war for a single month has I have had encouraging and welcome reports on the splendid spirit displayed by In March 1943, Captain Stanley .
,d aeen) placed by President Roosevelt the civilians and service personnel of this station during Navy Bond Drives. I commend J. Michael succeeded Admiral
'\ .t $7,500,000,000-roughly $250- you for this worthy foresight on your part and for your high degree of Price Capt. Michael was suc
000,000 a day.Opening ceeded by Captain Arthur Gavinin
the Sixth War Loan cooperation.I August 1943. Both now have
: I Drive the Pre.sident.sald "That is am confident that the forthcoming Drive, like all the past drives at this station, commands at sea Capt. Smith !

4 why every war bond you buy Is will be successful. became Commandant, a title now '
important." Continued on Pf Fie 11


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Religious Sound A Father's Letter To His Navy Son ODB Has Paid


Films Scheduled >'U>' .I".......The.plt'd non'v $6,500,000
I. Uratrd on IhU M.tUa, sad belinlin that i I. may Ierte t. set n.mrbody .rl&M nh. m.y
stray item the. Nary any, the JAX AIR MS; 'hu..': Kin Of Soldiers .
Sunday Evenings -- .

"Hi, Fellow: better since writingto Sty Camp > Sent lee
"Thanks for this letter which explains so much to me. I am sure you feel
'Who Is My Neighbor", a religious I m>; it is always a relief to get things like that off your chest, therefore it is always bad to Keep The Army's Office of Dependency
film based upon one of the stowing them up inside you. I find that if I write them all down, putting all my feelings: into words Benefits looked over its
parables of Jesus, will be shown that mean just what I want them to, then take what I have written and destroy it, I find the relief books recently after two busy
Sunday Dec 3, at the Vesper service you felt after writing your letter to me. Nothing hurts so much as uncertainty, unless it is Ig- years of operatlon. It found, among
of the Protestant Chapel) This; norance. The things that we know or can see we don't fear neither do we worry over and about other things :
is the second of a series of films; them Maybe it is the exposing of-by writing them into words -our hurts, that clears our minds Individual accounts handled totaled .
to be presented weekly throughout and brings the feeling) of relief Something does, and I know it is good for us. 7,000 000 representing more
the pre-Christmas season dealing "All games have to have rules and each player must play according to those rules What would than 14,000000 persons, or about
with the life and teachings of a football game look like if one man on the team made his own rules or played the way he wantedto 1/10 of the population.Paymc.ntl .
Jesus and with life in the early ; d ----the rest of the team, if they want to play by rules made by somebody else, let them totaled approximate
Church. The first of the series,, Who do you think would get kicked off the team, the ten who played according to the rules or the ly $$6,500.000.
"No Greater Power," was shown one who made his rules ? They wouldn't even let him back on the field. About 4,000,000 of the accountsare
last Sunday evening to an appreciative "That is just what you have done or are trYing to domake jour own rules in the Navy- in the family allowance category
audience.On I. Fellow you can't do it. if you haven't learned it by now you are not very bright The Navy made its with part of the amount cie-
December 10. the "Story of rules long before you were born and it will be run according to those rules long after you are gone, ducted from the soldier's pay and
the Prodigal Son" a dramatization and forgotten The rules or regulations ale necessary to accomplish the object or leach the goal and t the remainder contributed bv the

of Jesus' parable will be scoie. I government.
fthown. This will be followed on "Their purpose is to make of all the players or sailors a team that can be relied upon to playor j The other 3,000,000 accounts
December 17 by "The Kindled work together. Every man on the team or in the Navy has a responsibility to the team or Navy cover Class E allotments, which
Flame" a vivid drama of the life as a whole and to each man on the team or in the Navy individually You are. as a United States I are deducted from Army for
of early Christians under Roman sailor on the greatest team in the forgotten{ Is fo big and you are so much a.. part of it, i assignment to relatives for pay life
persecution in the :year 301 A.D. I that you have obviously overlooked or the fact that you are one of the playt'u."Wht'n insurance premiums or to the
he does not
"Child of Bethlehem," an interesting I a player on a team overlooks or forgets that he is one of the players or 1 I accounts of soldiers or their reltive .
and somewhat unusual play according to the rules, each player looks upon him with disgust and contempt Tle government does n
treatment of the story of the birth i Continued on Page Five i contribute anything to these allotments .
of Jesus and his visit to the tern- : t .
fie at the age of twelve, will be i I Account Nv 7,000,000 was

shown on Christmas Eve. Farewell To NAS Jacksonville opened for the family of Pvt John
All pictures will be shown in the :
.. W Boyd of the Infantry. Mrs
small chapel on Sunday evenings .., Margaret Mary Boyd and her two J
at IMS: They will be preceded by I 1ppfrF : ...'" ;, children Luella Johanna Boyd, 7,
the regular devotional services of ., ,Jt:1 ,
and 5 c.f
; < : 1Vq 1- Margaret Mary Boyd ,
the Service i Mt'n's
Christian r -1 Chicago, will receive $100 per
< ;
t 4"w month
-says s ,\ ,;1> Account No.1, which was authorized -

y' in August 11M2. still tarries -
Jean payments to Mis. Lois Blank-
_' __ ship Washington, wife of
S Sjjt Jasper B. Blankenship.H .
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Tells About -

, ExperiencesDEAR e 1'1-'H' SidewalkGlances

FRAN-- : i. : !

St. Augustine last Sunday wan I -- --
fun; we rode around in an olofashioned n\ II II. Hicks AKM3c
cream-colored buggv A plump, starrv-e\ed \Ailinging '."" VE
with a dignified negro driver (all desperately to her sai.r'; !
fd "Preacher," who told about the bm-fnend and admiring the latest
historic places with pride The old !styles remarked, "''''hen thi 'tar
ret house and oldest church I I ix over, I'M going to buy one of
doubt having been to Santa Fe thn craziest hats that you vr
where the oldest ones reallv are' paw' "
but 'twas interesting to st'e' these The bearded patriarch in the
anyway and to meditate upon the park feeding the pigeons and attracting -
chase' of history they representThe a number of onlookers by
Fountain of south is there his actions The astounding m-
too protected by a stone grotto crease in the exchange of salntrs'
with an attendant who offered al) when the shore patrol and military
pilgrims) a paper cup full of water police happened to appear in the
from the fabulous spring. I'd like 111 ; area Two professional looking
to think it took ten years off my 'G T" corporals' commenting on
shoulders but no then I couldn'tbe conditions in general -- the )local
a WAVE. Famous Fort Manor bus situation and cigarettes at halfa
stands in good preservation and 1 1 buck per pack Pausing by
observed three kinds of old waterwheels the USO and hearing the singers
in various parts cf the .S; { gathered around the piano-now and
town. There is an old slave market 'then a Caruso" bursting forth
and several ornate homes, hotels i loudlv when they reached a partof
and churches dwell in the gilt the song that he knew
(highly polished for the thrill of The slight! ragged okl rotifer
tourists) of the past. I liked not \et coast bound, FIT. are the first NAS \\A\ES to receive orders for duty oierwtt Here they dressed In a working suit that
the alligator farm with its thousands I smile In pleased anticipation of the future, as Captain Smith, Commanding Officer, bids tlx-m farewell I had sewn its best and next bet
of creepy creatures that I They are
ought to be out in the swamps I >. ('., and Lorraine Pellalon-_, KMIc, of Oakland, California.- ___ while waiting for the hu:w,
living their saurian lives un- Entiou'uly admiring the proceedings
prodded Dental Club Meets was a .slightl-grajed, apparently
Thanksgiving we worked. Mime I At Seminole Let Senior Chaplain On financially! Micceful
a* usual, which is as good a 6 gentleman who remarked l, "Una'
thing to do with a holiday as I The Dental Officers' Dental kid, yenta havr.lsh. I hail a
any if It has! to be 'spent away Study Club will join with the Jacksonville Station Know If You'llAttend couple like them:'
from home. The Navy dinner w'M Dental Society in commemoration Running happily along ahead of
special| with turkey and all but I I of the 100th anniversary I his young mother, the small boy
''lft other cranberry' !same ever cf the discovery of anesthesia | Christmas PartyA who grabbed a sailor's leg and
tastes like the kind at home, just at a dinner meeting at the'] I I called Daddv"," She rescued the
twaHly right, with the berries I Seminole Hotel 6 December it has (Christina party for all children of Naval: personnel who I sailor from the child's display of
pearly whole, jet not si Iff. been announced by Cgmclr. F, C. nary desire to attend will lx held l Sunday. IXiiemher 21 at 2 I affection and smiled apologetically:
Never in one letter can I answer Snyder, USNR p. m,, In the Main Auditorium of the Jacksonville; Navnl Air I saying, "His daddy is in the Navy,
all your questions, but I might in- Individual notices will be forwarded Station. An Invitation is extended' to the children of Natal families i too
Induce: the roommates There are to the members, giving I I living in Jacksonville even though their fathers may !H" attached -
three, thank goodness instead of elsewhere
full particulars. This event """tlll Personnel
the ninety-nine I'd heard tell abouton "There are niftnv families! living in Jacksonville whose fathers I Service
be in lieu of the December meeting ,
some bases. Carol has noticeably served at the Naval Air Station and are now on duty In the
Dental Club. Issued Invitation I II
the best disposition of the four of the Study I combat area or some oilier Station," aid, ('(.mdr. It, K. Marken, ;
of us. Things like making the bunks -- senior chaplain, who has been designated' as chairman of the. I The Jacksonville Little Theater
Just so, and stowing our pear every Change In lours : Station (Christina, party "It Is the desire to accommodate children Group has issued an invitation :
morning don't bother her at all. One change has been announced of such personnel' and endeavor to bring happiness| to all ''aU service men and women .
She's taller than I am and blonde. in the hours of the Music Room, the children of the men of the Naval seen 1('('." uniform to attend a special! p
and has taught two years in a located, between the chapels On "'fh.. plan formulated will mean a great deal of additional view performance of their newest
country school in Texas!' Eleanor Sunday's the opening time will be I labor and organization," the senior chaplain detlarecl. "Uhlle theorganisation I : production "Green Grow the Lilacs -
has the top bunk over Carol. She 1200. as it is "secure"the is In readiness at the Jacksonville Naval Air Station : I ," to be presented this evening
talks all the time, most of it is loom during all church services to insure a successful diristma part It Is necessary to have the at 2030 Admission will be
interesting to hear but sometimes Other hours remain as orig- cooperation of the mothers of children In the city. It Is requestedthat I free of charge
I wish she had a switch so we inally stated: from 0830 to 2200.' If the mothers, and children of Naval personnel 1 wish to attend "Green Grow the Lilacs." is the
could turn her off like a radio. ---- --- --- the annual Christmas' part' the)' fill out the attached blank I New York Theater Guild play
Wary has two brothers in the Marine typing experience The S2c after and mall It Immediately to the Chaplain's! Office, HOY number I which was muslcalized and converted -
?, one in training and the other my name means that my present MX, IT. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Fla" to the hit show "Okla
She; doesn't know where, in the Pacific condition is Seaman Second Class Name Age Sex i I homa." An outstanding cast will

"J The really tricky thing, is one step from the lowest possiblein ................................. ..........,............... -....,.oo...... .................,.............. play in the production here.

that her name is Mary we've each Jean thename the Navy. By tests at certain ..............-..-.....--.-.--..-....,........ .............- ......,.........,............... The show will run for nine performances
as minf'nly goneby times we "go up" through: seaman will be
a different part of it all our first to third class yeoman or ............--..............-............................ -........-.. ............,...,............... available for, and service tickets( personnel at

IMS As far as the Navy's concerned whatever it is going to be, workingon ............................................................. -.............. ........'..... half priceStation,
I"m Mary now too, as the to second, first and chief fln; i Iranel's '-'""
first name and middle initial are There are others above that but I Name of Parent Address Kate -

. always used' in signing things But trust the war won't last long ..... .. . ....._ .......... ...._ .. I I Bank Will
the girls call me Jean, to avoid _
farther So far -- ----- --- --- -
enough for me to go: -- ----
confusion. there aren't any WAVE chiefs on I No Terror For CiviliansIn ward Germany radio broadcasts I I Close For HolidayUnited
Speaking of confusion I don'twander knows why I Naval Air Station
this station. Nobody aimed at German civilians are emphasizing States
you are mixed up on the as there are some' In other places, ( German Surrender democratic Facility Office of the Barnett Na-
treatment of
letters after people names They will
and some; first class petty officers tional Bank of Jacksonville ,
sort of tell what we do: yeomen here surely! deserve that advancement LONDON
are office workers, storekeepershave Nobody likes to be a seaman the Allies will hold no special terrors Anglo-American campaign refuting Nov), and will be closed to bmt
to do with ordering work and airplane issuing any longer than necessary; I intend for the German civilians Dr. Paul Joseph Gotttcl's t ness While the Navy observe
stock, mecha on to stay "on the ball" and tc:" London broadcasts piped into Ger Thanksgiving
last as
contention that unconditional Thursday
and such. Secretly,,
engines surrender -
ready for the next exam. many are emphasizing the last Thursday of the
J'd like to be a mech but it looksas I would mean the annihilation today '
the Truly, Although unconditional surrender month Is observed in Florida an'
if I'm turning up yeoman
trail instead, on account of that JEAN. 10 still the Allied i>oicy) to c.l the German nation. some! other states

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Not Every Aircrewman Is Raw Boot As the harbor attempt in Cuba to bottle by sinking up Santiago the col. '\ 1 .'

Her Mernmac in the channel. He
a became a national hero. Who was .
This Vet Of Pacific War Can TestifyAircrewman o he ?

7. Polish born and, until he was ,
---- --------- --.---
-- --- 21 without knowledge of English, 1
here undergoing U. S. ship which had to send two from June through November he this writer became one of the j I
operational training arc gen-
torpedoes crashing into the gallant member of I
erally thought of as green recruits was a crew planes being foremost modern English novelists
which knocked out but
whose boot camp days are not tar carrier was ferried to Kodiak, Alaska Al- He wrote such tales as "Lord
behind them. This is not necessarily was still afloat ready familiar with this bleak part Jim," "Youth," "The Nigger of the.. t
true, as there are scores of The rescue craft met the U. S. S. Narcissus and others. What Is I i
\ of the he
globe, '
Island the fol-
Pecos at Christmas
his ?
men who have seen action on the I name
( t.. far-flung battlefronts of this war lowing day, and survivors from the duty in the Aleutians. He participated 8. The great line of fortifications *

who have gone through the coursesof Langley were transferred to her. in raids on Attu, Kiska I QUESTIONSPlease in western Germany which I :

instruction }4n aerial gunnery at The Pecos pointed her' bow for and one of the first night raids on I is featured in the headlines these (
t the Jacksonville Naval Air Station Australia, but she didn't get very the Jap base at Paramushiro in the ( Turn To Page 5 For Answers) days is known as the Siegfried I

One of these men is Jackson far. Carrier based planes of the Kuriles. I 1. The Panama Canal was com .; Line, Did the Germans name it >

.. Clark Lynes, ACMM, USN, of Ful- Nip fleet carried out a determined He again returned to the StatesIn pleted by the U S. after a French after the designer? \ I
ton, Mo. Far f rm being a raw recruit attack from noon until 1700 and November, 1943 and was sent company failed. Was this decade I 9. Mercator's projection is ofgreat 11
the Pecos off
Lynes has survived the sink- finally finished to Glenview, 111 Remaining there 1861 to 1874, 1894 to 1904, or 1904 value to navigators since it
ing of two ships in as many days, Lynes had to jump overboard until July, 1914 Lynes next went to 1914 l' I I shows true direction. What is itT 'I
This time he in the
again. was .
unsuccessful 10. Appointed to Denmark in
and through an j
to Yellow-water and In
August reported cheeses
2. Pair the following
of third. And to water nine hours before he was rescued 1933, she the first min..
aerial was
bombing a to VPB2 No. 1 at N.A.S.. woman I
with the countries to which they *
top it off, he has amassed over again by the same ship which ister of the U. S? and the daughter k'
2,000 hours in the air had previously pulled hi/n from the Jax.The belong: Edam, England, Limburger of a great American political
battle-wise veteran enteredthe France j
water. Holland, Gorgonzola, ,
The m..l M, extremely quiet figure who unsuccessfully soughtthe
Navy back in November, 1938, Muenster, Gelglum, Roquefort,
chief baptism .f fire came one "One fellow who sustained a presidency three times. Whois
day in February 1917. lie was broken ann in the kinking of the and took his boot training at Nor- Italy, Stilton, Germany she* J
he recalls "was folk, Va. In April, 1939 he was as- 3. In 1910 the of the
aboard the IT s. S. Langley Langley, being population -'-'
which WM_ ferrying r40'n to helped' aboard after the attackon signed to the Langley and remained United States was 131669275. In

Java Nine Jap bombers accompanied the Pecos. The sailor pulling aboard her until the Japs wrote 1820 would you say that it was: Casualties In-ETO
finis to her He
li fighters, chalkedup him out ua the same one who career. was promoted
by *
under 10,000,0001'b
to AMM2c in July, 1942, ( ) Pass Mark
five direct hit .n the old had fished him out before. Good- ( ) approximately 40000000' 200,000 ", j
during the ferrying interlude and
carrier which wa.sklamiol: *naturedly he greeted hint with, was boosted to AMMlc in January, (c) more than 75,000,000? FRANCE (CNS-U, S. Army .
through the Indian Ocean. The \\hat. you back again, air- 4. When did Winston Churchill .
1943, in the Aleutians. He made (casualties excluding the Air ti
chief, them an ,\tlt3c.wa.: at dale1. chief while he was serving at replace Neville Chamberlain as Forces, during the operations in
wasn't the end of the l'
And this
his battle .tali A OH the N. 3
Glenview British prime France, the Low Countries and in
( aft. "Tltrre waft nothing leftto attacks The Japs returned to p
gun do but g 1 ever the *ideM he I strike the rescue ship, but all the Most of his flying time was gath- 5. Buddha and Confucius lived I the German border region totaled is i,
ftimpljr-just! a* though he bombs missed and the ship suffered ered in PBY's. but after completing during the same period of history, 200,319 from the time of the initial .
were says dicw.fcingto"-.sJng& down a no damage Finally Lynesreached his training! here, Lynes hopes to one in India and the other in China landings until Nov. 1, the War \ t'

hot cup of coffee and a pieceof Australia be assigned to a Navy Liberatorcrew Which man in which country? Department has announced This
pie. j In April of the same year he returned and return to front-line action 6. During the SpanishAmericanWar total includes 35884 killed, 1t5,. I-

Lynes was picked up by another to the United States, and an American naval officer' led 'I 788 wounded, and 18,677 missing

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Page Four JAX AIR NEWS ,
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i jI I j t ; The Wolf by Sansone J JNe
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The JAX AIR NEWS published weekly at the U. -1/
Naval Air Station Jacksonville} Florida by the Publ)
Relation. Of He* at no expense to the government. Copt
are distributed tree o( charge to enlisted and other Nav A New Religion?
\ Personnel at the Naval Air Station the Naval Air Ted
nlcal Training the Headquarters of the Naval A it
Operational r erc Naval Auxiliary Air St. By Kenneth V. Brown Chaplain, USNR
1 tlonr"n COIprln .. Naval Auxiliary Air Static
.. Cecil Field I Naval Air Gunners' School the U. S. Nav ur One hears on all sides much talk about a new
Hospital, and Naval Auxiliary Air I Facilities. Mayport
which out of
religion is coming this war. This is J
Rear Admiral Andrew C McFall. USN not to say a new denomination. Stories have \
home front of almost
reached the miraculous
Captain Herbert E. Reican, USN *
Commanding Officer versions and escapes happening to men at battle
Jacksonville Naval Air Station stations. Many of these stories have found their

Captain Joseph B. Lynch. A-VG). USNR. way into newspapers, books ,and pamphlets, it
Commanding{ Officer seems to have started with, "There are no atheistsin
Chief of Naval Air Operational Training: "
the fox holes of Bataan. The
Naval Air Technical, Training I Center experiences of
Klckenbacker and his men on the raft added
:- Captain John J. O'Malley (MC). USN momentum to the Idea that the returning service
Commanding I Officer 1he
:; U. S. Naval Hospital 1 i man would not be satisfied with the old forms and
..;' modes of worship. And so the Church has been
Commander Edward E. Dolecek. USN will have to make
Officer warned that it some changes if '
Commanding' 1f
f Naval Air Gunners' School -_. --- it wants to hold the men who have been out andhave .'..'
,- back. '
come 4j
Frank T Corbln USN ,
Commanding Officer r 'Y We are told that under the stress and strain J|
; Naval Auxiliary Air Station Green Cove Sprlnll combat the men have found their way through

1 Commander Michael P. Bagdanovich and over the dogmas and forma which separated
J Commandln Officer ..0.- them. They have found their way straight to '
i Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Cecil Field .., .r.o/_ God without the aid of minister, priest or rabbi.

Commander Carl F. Nlfberl. USN >0 Out there, the men had gone through terrible
Commanding Officer "Hit girl will b* along any minut*!" ordeals. Life had suddenly taken on a new mean- '
Municipal Number One ing. It is unfortunate that we must go through

Cot Martin J. Kelieber. USMC (Ret.) some terrible experiences in order to discover that
7 Commanding Officer, _. defense for
---- -- -- we had no prepared our encounter with
Marine Barracks AMUSEMENT CALENDAR God. If a minister had preached of such encounters

f Lieut Co!. William T. Evans USMC Ret), in the 1920's or '30's, he would have been ridiculed
Commanding Officer for preaching old fashioned "Hell fire."
I Marine Aviation Detachment STATION
1. MAIN Let us take a look at this "new religion If
Th JAX AIR NEWS receives Camp Newspaper Servicem there is such a thing as an atheist are we sure
"SILENT BAKKIKKS Itlchard Arlen. .
credited matter prohibited Today- ((3)) i
permission tofuQ4S. War Department, 305 & 'rlday-"DAIIK MOUNTAIN," Ellen: Drew. A cop and robber story that there were none in those fox holes of Bataan?
2nd St.. N. Y. C. in which the hero Is a forest ranger lie undertaken to hide his And we can include the fox holes of all the battle
former sweetheart' Innocently married to a racketeer who ha become fronts. Naturally there will be the usual number of
Harbor Involved in a murder charge. The husband invades' the hideout I cases where a man will suddenly find the truth about
i"" Remember Pearl and she U forced to befriend him to save her life. himself' and God. and then does an about face in his

( Saturday-"THE G 1CEA> MAN'S I.AUnarbara Stanw.vck.unday ife. But will this be on such a large scale as that
,. The third anniversary of the Jap attack on Pearl -"LOST IN A 1IARKM: ," Abbott and Costello. U hen the "In- catch phrase would imply? I think not. It has been
Harbor will be commemorated in a variety of ways ternational Itevue" folds In the town of Tort Inferno In the rnvstle found that a man comes out of battle with the
by America at war East" prop men Hud Abbott and Lou Cottello are stranded They I same religion which he took in except that it Is

One of these, of particular interest to Naval personnel fake a magician act, wind up in Jail, and soon are embarked on : intensified. One test of a man's religion is life.
will be Navy's third annual Pearl Harbor all manner of crazy experlenee'--ranging from fating a headman And we do not intend to continue to live on a battlefield

Ddy extra .cash War Bond sale, from 1 to 7 December to being hypnotized ((4)). I The men who have returned from combat
a inclusive. \(onday-"ONE BODY TOO :\I.NJa'k Hale}'. A combination of have no more impressed me with their piety or

{ The scales have been tipping steadily against the light comedy and eerie drama, this mystery centers about the I religion than have the men who have not vet had a
strange will of an eccentric millionaire. Jack llale.v, an Insurance
little who three to tour of combat duty. And no more than the people
yellow men expected, years ago agent, arrive at the house the night! the man is murdered and I who have remained at home in the churches The
cash in and blitz
an unprepared
on a quick cheap against
soon become involved with all kinds of and weird' characters -
corpses war has stepped up the tempo of our living This
drama has been chiefly
America. The
played l before he tracks down the killer and wins the girl. ((5)' ). I
I the salvos of the sudden has had a reflection in our religion. When the war
by: thundering warships
TUf'Io da-"nOWER\ nUOAOW'Iarla :Montez. Jack ()aklf'.
is will to live normally once more.
over try ,
death delivered by our fighting and bombing planes
The story revolves around the rivalry between I two" Bower}' showmen "normal" to
And return to
our religion may --going
and the relentless northward march of our versatile at the turn of the century. Each tries to outdou the other in
Church Easter.Is
at Christmas and .
''l- Marines toward Tokyo. presenting novel entertainment which
; y more serves"' to Introduce *
.,' But behind these more spectacular contributions several' songs and dance acts. A galaxy of studio stars appear there a "newreligion" coming out of this war?
toward the end of the Jap menace have been a number In this film. ((6)). No! It is only the introduction of many to the
of weighty factors that have had a direct bear 'e-dlu"'ula-u\IUHUtlt: IN THE BLUE ROOM: ," Ann G", IInl' The reality of the old religion. In a sense it is the
ing upon final results. One of them has been the widow I of a murdered man remarries and her new" husband derides meeting of religion and life. A man has found himself .
4 willingness of a free people to buy War Bonds untilit \ to solve the crime by reopening the house, scene of the murder i in the "valley of the shadow of death." And
hurt to lend the Government the money with and filling it with guests. One of the two suitors for his I while there, like many others he has found the
which to build the ships and planes that are smash- step-daughter' hand is murdered and the house is turned into bedlam i Shepherd. So he conies to realize that "The LordIs
ing the enemy's war machine, and to equip the before the mysterious killer is captured. ((8)). my shepherd." This realization this frelmv: of :,
"'",; fighting men who are slicing through the Jap defense Figure' In parentheses are play date for student officers' au- fellowship with God must now be translatedno:

,: perimeter. ditorium. daily living so' that it becomes meaningful Thi t.h
It has been very undramatic this War Bond I the centuries, this has been the mission I.f the
parade. No bands, no fanfare, no excitement or med- Church. To teach to man the meaning and :imi'u-
als or glory. But it has, nonetheless, been a veryessential .- cations of his belief nnd of this feeling of the t"II''-
part of our all-out plan of operation and, ?elhCOfMUNl!\ Ur E< ence of God. The Church will not lightlv ltv ., le
Its contribution toward final victory is inestimable. this task. The man coming home must and i his

This thought is behind the Navy's two annual __ -- experiences and vitality to the Church. But lest he
of Day ;. "';:---a. ;; ; ,
cash War Bond sales-that Independence misinterpret these experiences he must seek 1t'.1 rn.

and the forthcoming Pearl Harbor Day campaign Thanksgiving"' Day is here-again- Ing from the historic message of the Bible. This' is
'. Each campaign is pegged to an anniversary that The Puritans celebrated Thanksgiving! because they were saved from best found in the Church Imperfect though she may
': hap an undying significance and the Navy's re- the Indians-and we celebrate it because vve were saved from the be. The serviceman should take his place in the
pponse has indicated beyond question just whereit Purl tans. long chain of witnesses. Ills not a question of the

stands with regard to both anniversaries.That I There's a shortage of Turkeys this ,'('sr. We could cross a turkey with Church's changing to agree with the ideas of the
is why It is anticipated that the Pearl Harbor a.entilede-then t'H'r3hody'oIl1llIun'f'! a drum stUk. man in uniform. Rather both must conform t"> the
Day War Bond sale this ;year will be a tremendous The chow hall had a special Thanksgiving "fot' 1.'hur'04lar-th part teaching of the Bible to the Gospel" of Jesus Chti t.
-" success. Even the previous record of $47- I I got wo eligible for the Purple lIt' rt. There will be a period of adjustment but God giant
,\ 843,122 for a cash bond sale set last IndependenceDay On my second helping I got the breast when I lifted the wing I that it be according to His will.
should be surpassed by a considerable margin. found three campaign ribbons on it-so I sent it back to the rota-
One reason is that this will be peculiarly Navy's tion program.
day Tree Pearl Harbor sneak attack still rankles I always' loved Thanksgiving at home-but I WAN fourteen beforeI pj BgIiBall.Dmm.DD.a.a.&Dd
within the heart of every Navy man and the War found out a Turkey had an),tiling else but a ne 'k.
Pond campaign commemorating that turning pointin My girl ih_n't like Thanksgiving won't even talk turkey g Divine Services gr

Amnira'a history will provide an excellent opportunity -- [. a.
; for ; ;ryl Navy'man or woman, uniformedand tieoteomnea@f aaDDeQ 'i which a brewery; : had thrown out. I dt1WA@DL1mH0tllitOialiBBm..pmQBdC9mBR t.t '

civilian, to help avenge that attack. I He drank so much that by the .lUBt Chapel l: M.*ll. K.a4 a.4 Rir.lBf htm Au'"
v g Breezes gg time he got home he wax 0730 Holy Communion. 1
gering badly and squealing "lag-I COJO-TrulninK Center Divine atrvlc*.
B of his ())*:JO- Sundav School (small chapel).
; II Radio Salty Humor From gg top lung J0j( !\-{;>neral I Divine erv tee.
Navy ProgramsTl The '
t mamma hog whisked the 11\.45-\'Plpf'r lif'I' Ice. 1
: Here And There g ; baby porkers off to bed and then ('VUS.*. "' ('I|<"I: Maall "..* sad .,l,.l.ll>.. A.....'
-Mam. I'
r r.4ta@mmRmomtloosooQanoaor7Didn't declaimed: OTOO-MaM.)
I I "Shame on you, Henry Hog, fur Ci8.H>. Mats. 1
I't -Service Time"-\\'l\18R (CBS) 1600-1623 Get Chance making such a human of yourself 09o.Mass.l ;.
m'I.-\\.JAX 18I5-1H30
"Something for the ton-Mil"" ,
HeadlinesWJIIP 1H35-1MO One of the pillars of a church In In front of the little >ne'." 1700-MIIVH. *
"Navy I small town passed A few 1'kriala. t'tieat. !Senket (..tla read sad $irwl.ehrw
"' CBS 2200-2230 a away. I I : )
11'. First Line"-WMBit ( ) I days later the minister met the II Knew IIatinaUon A.......
I. I I liuu-Small chapel
"''IUUA V-
small son *l, ester .( )tarti.sad .
: "Service Time"-WMBK (('I18)) 1600-1B25 street. Taking the lad's hand he S2c: "The MAA just bung him- rtirniintham. *
News" WJAX 1750-1755: tender !'* > Mutual meetlnir. (Wednesday)
i "Navy looked at him in a most self. :
Uh "'.*: Small Charl (Munlln Road and BiimlPR-
''Iif "Navy IlHUJlin.-\\'JIIP 183.V1MOSATURDAY and sympathetic way. and asked: Sic: "Did :you cut him down?" n.irn Avenue),

: "My: lad what were your noble S2c: "74t, he isn't dead ytt.H 'h,1J-Sabbulh Service: (Friday), '

t t; "11>>11" (,f Montezuma"-\VI'IQ (M) 1800-1830 father's last words ?" 1710"e'10-Sabbath:;! --pevollonii Service(Tue da ISaiutdawl.>.) NAGS and Cecil, Field. ,s 1

"NavyVings"-WJAX 1JHMM030M "Pa didn't have any last words," Safety First ri.JO-Ue\cllons Thuisday) Green Cove :-palnj,:'. )
;; -t Your Navy"-WJIIP (Blue) 1930-20OO) answered the boy. "You see! Ma Sic: "Do you drink" -
i MUNDAY"Bluejacket- was with him right up to the time S2c: "No./ Quick to condemn the motorist who falls to fiveS
lift, many of our servicemen are wrongly display-
i" fholr"-\\MBK (CBS) J10 -1180 he died. Sic: "Then hold" this bottle) while Ing an attitude that "The World Owes Me a j
I tie shoe,
"Pwtllc Story"-WJAX (NBC) 2330-2400 my r a Living"

MONDAY EmergencyMrs. We know the disappointment that arises in ttoe

".1. 8. Navy BAfid"-WJAX (NBC) 1230-1245 (hysterically) : "John you I DangerAdvice to women workers wake of an empty automobile that kept on fccingve ; .
'f 7 "Servlc. Time"UMBK (CBS) 1BOO-1625: thought I didn't see you but I If sweater is" too war : know, too, that perhaps a sense ot' fndif-
big bewareof
"Bill Nail*-Bluejacket Pianist-WMBK 1630-1645 did you kissed the maid. 1 the machine; if it is too going. We know too that perhaps a sense of indifference
"Na vy Nev,,,"-WJAX 1750-1765 I Mr. (reproachfully) ) : "But my beware of the machinist! tight, does exist on the part of some driver who
"Navy Headline*."-WJIIP 18351840TUKKDAY dear, you asked me to try to persuade offer only duut. There is, however, another side I to
f her to slay another week." the story. '
J. rragut. Idaho Puzzled
Mm. (eagerly) : "Tell me quick. personnel "I've picked up a lot of service men but da
CBS ltOO-1G'l
.; "K 'rvUe Tlm.-\\'J\I ( ) in an office "
Farragut few .,
did lObe promise? of them have ever said 'thank you' to me
MJAX 1815-1830
for the Girl* Naval
6 "SoinefJiing; Training Center did someinvfrtigating civilian who welthalf '
( paid.
ntly "I've men
2 "Navy H 4MJlin V-WJIIP 18351840WI'IDNKNDAY BARNYARD FABLE : ( after a dignified: **. plattl'ud. and whose picked conversation up was Jewuand

t : amining officer wrote NUTS in sickening To of them dropped
It off
top one
t "tie't "le'e Time"-UMBR (CBH) lf0-l(25 One day II.* papa 114"|> wandered l his report to their office a lipliUd ci :arttte on the cushion and burned the
WJAX 1760-1765 from hi' >/.y My *nnliiMiii careen They found the initial "
"Navy Nev** away { *44*>0 for upholfcUiy. Thhf the last serviceman J'H ever
i t\. "N vy llecvil)....."-WJIIP 1885-1840 a big I piMhHe tor M.ur 1--, "Not Up to titcndard" peck up." -Ti.J. > Stthoscope.



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FFICERF Sixth Officer To Community Chest I Capt. Regan Does His Extra Bit

0 Take Command Of

Drive Will Come
THEWEEK Big Air StationContinued

(f From Page One To Close Friday ,

no longer used, when he succeed
ed Capt. Gavin in April of this
year. Roughly $2000 Is NeededTo

*' ':' Attending Tuesday's ceremony, Equal Total Obtained: i

In addition to the heads of departments From Station Last Year
and heads of divisions of
t the Station's executive department The Community War Fund Drive ,

were Captain H. S. Duck of the Naval AIl'-Station and other .
worth, chief of staff to Rear Admiral naval
activities within Duval
McFall; Captain John J.
O'Malley, head of the U. S. Naval County will be officially closed on

( S Hospital, Captain Joseph B. 1 December. Comdr.. R. R :Mar-
/ Lynch, commanding: officer of the ken In charge of the campaign hu
Naval Air Technical Training: commented on the fine response
iL. i R Center; Col. Martin J, Kelleher, shown to the drive by a.number,of
!' -' arw" commanding officer Marine Barracks departments, both as regards service .
I"::": all on the Naval Air Station and civilian contributions.. Service ':
; Commander E. E, Dolecek, personnel of VPB No. 1 alone ,f fS
1'r commanding officer of the Naval contributed more than $1,200 -
E Air Gunners School at Yellow the entire amount made up of C
Water; and the following commanding small contributions from a very r rR

officers of naval auxiliary large number of contributors. V 1 1st ,
air stations: Commander Carl Shore Patrol contributions represented .
o I IF. Nieberle. Municipal No. 1; Com- one hundred per cent par-
mander Frank T. Corbin, Green ticipation by officers and men. The
Cove Springs; Commander M. P. average contribution totaling one
Bagdanovlch Cecil Field: and dollar. I1t

Lieutenant Commander M P. Mer- A civilian contributed $100 and
Fighting. a war isn't all a mat- ritt, Mayport. In addition the following the Civilian Employees Asaocla- x r
ter of destruction and training for civilian guests were in attendance tion has contributed 3000. At
-. it. Bases and camps here and : B. D. Fincannon, president the time this goes to the press the
abroad must be planned, built, and i of the Jacksonville Cham- drive still lacks approximately f
maintained before the fighting men I I ber of Commerce; W S Johnson, I $2,000 to reach last year's goal of
can go forth on their missions of general manager, and J. E. Kava- $12.000.00.
death and devastation. I naugh, member of the Naval Affairs It is anticipated that at the
Here at the Jacksonville Naval Committee of the Chamber; dose of the drive sufficient con-
Air Station one man has had an I and L. M. Hlrslg, president of the tributions will reach the Chap- .'
active naval career guiding the :'I Jacksonville Rotary Club of which lains' office to better that figure. ( '4's
physical growth and expansion of I the retiring commanding officer All departments who have not yet I
one of these bases from a barren i I was a member completed their drives are urged'
stretch of land to one of the largest I ------'- i t ti to do SO immediately an that final I

naval air stations in the United i A Father's Letter To reports can be- made -Friday; ; -and Nobody misses, out when the Station War Bonds office get -wn .
States He is Comdr. Earl H. the campaign successfully closed. their trail-and Captain H. E. Ilegan, new commanding officer who
Thouien. CES, USNR Public His Navy Son The drives have already been completed replaced Captain W W. Smith Tuesday was not an exception
Works Officer and Officer in I Continued From Page Two at NAAS Cecil Field with Here Captain Regan Is shown givingthe Pearl Harbor Day HOIK
Charge of Construction the contribution totaling $73455The campaign some added momentum as he purchased a bond from Lt.
Ilie! commander wait born In "This I am sure you are aware NAAS Mayport has also (jg) Helen Clemson. War Bonds Officer. ,di
Minneapolis| ;Minn., on 6 Jan- of When a man does not cooperate, pleted its drive with the com- --

uary Hohools, 1906 lie there attended and then the public enrolled the take things orders he and knows obey he them should, and do do, ,I of-$303-.72.'-"if _contribution -? Warn Against Violation Of Security ::

at MacalitHter College, St. but makes excuses and always hasa I -
ready alibi--he is not In Sending Mail To People Overseas 1.
Paul, Minn. for a pr -bu"lnt"4" playing ac-
course in 1913. Completing.. cording to the rules, so the Navy {i Up Ladder To
phase of hi. education two years with whom you made a contract I The Commandant, Sixth Naval
later, he entered the Institute of (remember all the papers you : CPO At 21 ButHe's District has recently advised this
Technology at the lTnl\ersity of signed they made up your con- I : Station of several violations of
Minnesota In 1926. Graduating tract and you agreed to it and A Veteran Y security originating; here. .

with a B. s, degree in cltll engIneering signed your name to prove that I All Departments are again advised
In 1930, the youth berante you were willing to be a party to Continued From Page One that no mall for Naval activities -
associated with a firm of I the contract), made you. by that AMM2c. or personnel overseas shall

consulting engineer In ;Minneapolis contract a player on the U. S. Deciding to try his hand at aerial be addressed to an overseas geographical .
and worked on projects In I Navy team gunnery, he applied for training I address. All mail official :
the northwest. In; lie resumed "Well, you can't play on that and was sent to the school at or personal, for naval activities .
tils studies and obtained a team but one way, you must play Kaneohe in the Hawaiians Com- or personnel overseas shall ',
Master's degree In tl\ll fnglnf I according to their rules and their pleting his training in November of I be addressed to the Navy Post .;:
f :: from the university In regulations, and the punishment that year, he was transferred to 1 Office by number in care of the
19.11. I you are getting now is to teach you the Fiji Islands with a PATSU proper Fleet" Post Office As it I.
Next came a position with the that very thing so be your age, outfit. In January, 1943, the me- I is impossible for each Department
U. S. Engineers as assistant in I be a d--"---n good sailorman take chanic-gunner was ordered to To the WAVES Welfare staff, originating mail for overseas activities -

charge of construction on dock ', your punishment and abide by the Guadalcanal. His unit kept busy Ann Van, Phyllis, Skip, Bobby, or personnel to know all
and dim Nos. 5 and 8 in the upper lesson you learn. When you make_ bombing nearby Jap installationsat Betty and the two visitors who the Navy Post Office numbers the
Mississippi River. Dropping fur : a contract keep it, the work 01 the Munda Bougainville, and else- helped, go superlative compli- Directory Station Post Office, has
ther business associations the game may not be what you think it where in that area, in addition to ments on the Galley decorations been set up to take care of dispatching .
young engineer in 1937 made a should be or'the men playing its regular patrol work and rescue for Thanksgiving. The table cloths such mail. If the Department
tour of many European countries, I or working with you the squarest missions. I' alone would have made it like a originating mail for dispatch
including/ Scotland. Norway, Sweden -II and fairest players or workers in He moved up another notch in party, but the added festive arrangement overseas does not know the
Russia Finland, Germany, the world but the umpire is right April, this time to AMMlc. but I of cornucopias overflowing Navy Post Office number and correct -
France and Belgium to study engineering and will be fair and square with two months later he was hospitalized with fruit, and the candles Fleet Post Office of an ac. "
you. Here is a good motto: 'work I tivity or individual it shall send
/ projects there. Back in malaria. Released to active -I gave the real Thanksgiving mood.
the United States later that year, and live so that you can live with duty in October Tower went Nor we realize could beautiful such mail to the Directory with
he again associated himself' with your conscience in peace. It takes back to Guadalcanal. In Novem- decorations have satisfied the hungry only the name of the activity or
the U. S. Engineers, this time at courage faith hope and a lot of ber he went to Munda and then I! line on Thursday noon. The the name of the individual and his
Little Rock. Ark., for studies of I charity to be the kind of man you back to the U. S. in January, 1044 i dinner was four-O, with drumsticks i activity on the envelope or package .
want to be, and you will have to After of and attach thereto a slip with .
power and flood control dams and a couple months duty with enough to go 'round, and
throw a lot of guts and salt Into the I I the "
... preparation of reports for submission : Fleet Air Wing, West Coast, at extra-special pie a la mode. geographical location to which
1!i mixture to be a good sailor in the Seattle. Wash., he reported at N. I it desires: the mail to be sent. The
to Congress on the accomplishments I New
drafts of NAS WAVES
of these projects.But U. S. Navy. A.S., Jacksonville for the second I Directory will thereupon write the }
this week
the die was already cast soar "Now that you have .read the time in his naval career and was arriving are being Navy Poi! Office number and correct .
I housed in Barracks 52
/ his future was concerned | foregoing, try to understand just assigned to VPB2No.l, He under- recently Post Office on such
what been prepared for them at NA TIC, mail and dispatch it.
I have to went aircrew
j trying get operational training
On 4 February 1937, just prior to
I with M. A. Barber Sic, in
fixed in mind. constantly there and is
Til.* trio nhrn.irl. Comdr. Thouren your Keep now an instructor.Conservation -
charge assisted by two others
in mind that
1 your this world was
was commissioned a lieutenant, not made for but Of soon to be chosen. Miss Word reports -
junior grade, in the naval reserve i| just you was Quiz ContestQUESTIONS
that the barracks clean
i made for .all of us, and that only II' are
And on 22 July 1910, he reportedto
; by living with these and attractive and that the girls
people you Materials
NAS Jacksonville. for activduty. UrgedContinued ON
e'find I around you, can you live in are off to a good start.
{ peace. And only by doing something Music lovers mourn the severe PACE 3)I )
At first he was assigned to the I Page One I
scratching of
beneficial for some the new
office of the OinCC. but shortly I feel satisfaction within peoplecan fleer. He issued a plea that care records in the Music Room It I ANSWERS:
thereafter he was designated I your you soul. I be taken In handling fruit, vege- sorta seems that people with I 1. 1904 to 1914.
'D Contract !Superintendent and tables, and egg crates so they enough soul to want to hear Beet- 2. Edam. Holland
; Limburger
"Your letter I shall and I ,
placed In charge of all construction keep could be reused.
hoven would '
use more In
care Belgium; Qorgonzola, Muen-
the cherish for several reason*-it is Italy;
work under cognizanceof Lieut. Sledge reminded all the manipulating the machine. I'
the Commanding Officer here the most human thing you have department salvage and conser- ster Germany; Roquefort, France;
and the Seventh Natal District, done, it Is the longest letter you vation officers that they should Always there are flowers in the Stilton England. .
have written to me-and there lounge of 722. bespeaking in color- 3. (a) is correct. 1
Inasmuch"' as the Public Works are feel I free at all times to consult him I
Officer and the OinCC at that many others" about any problem arising from ful and artistic manner the touchof 4. 11 May 1910
.' -- someone who cares. 'TIs said 5. Buddha in India, Confucius ._
time way also \\ O of the Seventh -a their respective salvage programs: .
Naval District.On i Squadron... Citations in their units.Soldier to be Sally Barnett, M.A.A.. who in China. -
them from 6. Richmond Pearson Hobson
brings gardens she
4 December 1910 he wa The Presidential Unit Citation --- -
knows in Jax to brighten the barracks 7. Joseph Conrad.
promoted to lieutenant. Less than has been awarded Bombing Squadron .
I Shipped Home Thank you Sally and do 8 No after Siegfried, greatestof
two years later, on 9 April 1912, One Hundred Four a pioneer German
he was named PWO and OinCC 'Navy search-plane unit. Goes AWOL Instead keep it up. I mythologipal heroes.
of the station. That same year 1 Known as the "Buccaneers Note for your info: There's a 9. A flat map of the world in
October 1912, he was raised to I Bombing Squadron 101 engaged in INDIA (CNS) GIs stationed ferry to town and back, leaving I which the parallels and meridians
the rank of lieutenant-commander, reconnaissance and search missions here are shaking their heads! over the station dock at 2300, return- are represented as straight lines
asd it's been commander since 4 I in the most forward areas of the caprices of one of their number ing from DuPont dock at 2400. intersecting/ right angles
November 1914. I Japanese controlled territory in a private who went AWOL It's free and it's fun, completewith 10. Ruth Bryan Owen, !daughter :
The department headed by the South Pacific from 15 August while awaiting a ship which was full moon. Try a boat ride on of the late William "Jennings. ."'"
Comdr. Thouren is a vast enterprise ( 1913 to March 1914 to 'have taken him home to the the river for those wanna-getta- Bryan.

its personnel including over -------.- U. S. way-from-it-all blues.
1,300 civil service employee 37 the department. According to an MP report the The best of luck to our first ;Mother-IlaughterTn WAVES
enlisted men, and 17 officers It Comdr. Thouren id' an avid sport reluctant repatriate left Assam seagoinV AVES. Lorraine Pel- The Naval Air Station at jOlynco.
Is In charge of maintenance, opernations I fan, having played tennis and hoc- Sept. 9 on orders to go home. In- laton RMlc; Jane Campbell, Ga., has a mother-daughter combination
alterations, repairs, and key in hU college days. Naturallyhis stead he took off for Calcutta to SK2c: and' Margie Brooks, AMM serving there in,, .the
accomplished by preferences lean heavily: to the visit his girl friend. H" finally :3c, who loft last week for their ,WAVER. They are Mrs ., Lena
forces at NAS Jacksonville sports in which hd was ,most active arrived at the POE a month later horn** in three different states, to Green." Sf6, and her daughter, Old-
,- Its auxiliaries! and outlying and said he didn't want to go meet again on tta'west coast before via also a Seaman. fiecond. Natives
field*. Millions of dollars in private In June, 1938, Comdr. Thouren home. Told" he would be shipped to shipping out. Nobody knows of LaGrange, Ga.. they recently .
construction contracts' have married the former Irene 'Sherman the jungle again If he didn't go where their orders will send them, completed boot schb6l t' at Hunter J

alo come under the cognizance of of Minneapolis. Minn They home, he 'reconsidered. and shipped. and of course: NOBODY. can, guess College add'weni assigned Clyn- ./ !
aged one 'nnd' one-half years. have' one child, Susun Thouren, for. the States.: AlohV girls co. mI
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RUNWAY Flier Cabers Play Army Here Saturday

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VF4-Ordnance & VF4 Lead I Is Paced

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Playoffs For Touch TitleThe Joe TrosperFliers

By Bernard Kahn, Y3c
race for the Station's touch football championship is aa wide
L a s Saturday's football Open Big Guns
open as a Jacksonville Jook joint on Saturday night.
game here proved one thing, In the titular playoffs now under way, VF4-Ordnance has peeled On Georgia Tech At
while VF4 is the only other
anyway: three straight wins off the assembly line .
unbeaten contender with a pair or Atlanta 9 Dec.
That without Bill Leckonby, victories.

I their No. 1 ball handler, the Lt. Edwards Takes The eight teams in the playoffs Jacksonville Naval Air Station's
Fliers' TNT version of the T are staging a round robin series Fliers tune uptheir big basketball ,

formation is about as explosive and they will meet each other one guns In a warm-up game here
tea. Over Mayport PostThe time, thereby making seven games Saturday night with the Jax Army .
as for each entry. The club leadingthe Weather Station and then
:Minus a topllne quarterback, the standings at the end of these they launch their impressive 1944
T formation fizzles like a wet fire- new athletic director at seven games receives the crown. schedule on December 9 at Atlan.ta .
cracker. NAAS Mayport is Lt. Albert R. VF4-Ordnance bowled over 0 & against fast Georgia Tech.
, "Let's Win This Game" (Monk) Edwards, who will be G, 12.6, with Laub passing to I The' Saturday night game, a
t This Saturday's super spectacle, detached from Petty for a score and then intercepting I slightly tarnished Jewel in a sched.
the Army-Navy classic in Balti- this Station's a toss and running it back ule setting that's strictly front
c more, is some 1,000 miles distant Physical Training 25 yards for another counter. Laub Tiffany, goes on display at I'll 1
from NAS Jacksonville and the A Department pitched to Sunday for the Ord- In the Mainsido Auditorium as cjr
nearest any of us will get to the O tomorrow to
nancemen's 6-0 verdict over Sea- first production of the basketball
grid battle of the year, if not the take over the man Guard and they also won a season.
is the dial on the radio. ,
century, job.Edwards forfeit from Personnel. In a preliminary event at 1830a
Listening to the clash of the
suc Upset A & II Station "IV team will meet
titan teams isn't as satisfactoryas "ceeds Lt. George NAS Lake City. This
VF4 upset favored A & R in a cage con-
seeing it, of course, but then
who & R John Hanzel test opens the Inter-Station
: bitter battle, 76. A scored
what can a fellow expect for nothing -
to : first on an aerial from Ramsey to NAOTC l8guehl'h embraces
Third World War? UJAnderson
-the eight teams, including a "D the
AH over the atlashere'er Welker. VF4 retaliated with Kit- Hanzel Places On
letterman from the Mainside.A .
the war permits, sailors and soldiers trell hurling to Short. In the over- I
are going to take a brief Lt Edwards at Kansas -. time period a penalty against A dance will follow the basketball *
time out to huddle about radios state, Edwards & R for pass interference gave I entertainment, which is all
on ships or In the field and get coached at Wichita, Kan., the ball to VF4 in A & R terri- All-Southeastern free, of course.
the play-by-play. It is against North High School before enter- tory, and also victory. It was the I The Station has not been repre-
military regulations to gamble, ing the Navy in May of 1943. He first loss this season for A & R. John Hanzel, the Flier's hardworking : sented by a varsity team for two
but we wish we had a nickel out served at Del Monte Preflight and VF4: felled VPB, 18-12, on three left guard, placed on the I years, but this season the Fliers
of every fin that servicemen will the University of Austin Preflight pass combinations, Ramsay to 1944 All-Southeastern service foot will sally forth on the courts witha
lay on the line for this natural prior to reporting here three McLain, Paturszak to Serfustini ball team selected by Associated big name coach and a big time
rivalry. months ago.Edwards and Polosky to Serfustini. A & R Press and announced Tuesday. schedule.Lt. .

Undoubtedly there are some disInterested has assisted Head won from Seaman Guard, 6-0, Rill Le<'konby, stellar Flier I' Sax Elliot, a veteran men.
souls who wonder why Coach Don Faurot with the Flier with Ramsay tossing to O'Hearn.A quarterback, made the second tor who won his cage spurs at

there is so much excitement overa football squad this, fall & R also_____ downed__ ______ Personnel n.. team and John Janusas, veteran the University of Southern Cali.
football contest amidst war. 120. NAS tackle, landed on the third
These bewildered citizens do not Lee Rated No. I Club O & G produced a 18-6 win over string. Starting LineupHere
comprehend the importance that VPB with Cooney twirling touch- AP picked the all-stars from It the tentative Flier
competitive athletics play in the In NAOTC Cage LeagueThe downs to Shields and Doresky Navy, Army and Marine elevensin starting lineup for the opener:
making of red-blooded men, and 1 and catching one himself from Kentucky, Tennessee, Florida, Forwards, Kaiser and :Trooper;
they are probably not aware that NAOTC Inter-Station bas- Montgomery. Georgia, South Carolina,, Alabama, center, Brown; guards, Hodde
I' General Douglas MacArthur de- ketball league gets under way tomorrow McCullough caught three scor- Louisiana and Mississippi. and Simpson.
clared the seeds of victory are and Saturday. ing aerials] as Seaman Guard
sown "upon the fields of friendly Opening games Friday match blanked VPB, 180. Hanzel, a 5'10", 200-pound Ma- fornla and who coached the undefeated
strife." The kids who once carried St Simons Island at Lee Field, The standings: rine sergeant, from Johnstown, Pa., St Mary's (California),
Mayport at Cecil Field and Jax performed for NATTC last year team last will handle
the ball for the Cadets and the W. L Pet. Preflight year,
Middies the Eisenhowers, Hamil- Municipal No. 1 at NAGS. In a /F4-Ord. 3 0 1.OIK) and prior to enlisting he attended the Fliers.

tons, Bradleys, Cutters, Dornins, Saturday night game at 1830 in VF4& R 2 3 0 1 1000A .750 Villanova. He has been a standoutin Coach Elliot is making final arrangements -
the Mainside Auditorium Sta- the line all season, continuously for of a
and Stilwells-are now great lead- the seaman 1 1 .500 completion
ers in front of the forward marchto tion "B" team plays NAS Lake T4 Guard 1 2 ..333 grinding away at the opposition. major schedule, which will be officially .
Berlin and Tokyo. The Army City to complete the inauguralslate I Personnel 0 0 1 2 ..000 000fPB Leckonby is an old hand at the unveiled within a week.
and the Navy plan to win, whether in the league < Squadron 0 3 ,00Station's I ) grid game, and many observerswere unlike most service basketball
it be war or football, and Lee Field established itself as a -"=i- surprised when he failed to teams, the Fliers will take on topnotch -
Americans should be humbly favorite by displaying finesse in make the first team. An All Little collegiate opposition as well
thankful for it. a non-league appearance Tuesday. Tigers America back at St. Lawrence U., as rival Army, Navy and Marine
The Army-Navy game Is al- The Lee hoopaters upset NATTC's Leckonby later played for the pro- outfits.
ways a lulu, blending color, pomp varsity Air Raiders, 4338. Gus fessional Brooklyn Dodgers. He The Flier squad of some 30
and ceremony with a flaming hot Broberg, brilliant Dartmouth ace, Still UndefeatedThe lugged the leather for NAS Pensa- aspirants has been practicing daily
rivalry that dates back to 1890 starred for Lee with 16 points. -- and it promises to give a good
when the Middies captured the "='- Station's Tigers are un- "Hanzel is a splendid guard," account of itself against all chal
first battle, 240. The series hasa beaten this season, and they ex- Coach Don Faurot said when Informed lengers.Looming.
long history and Army holds the Favor 3rd Air Force pect to remain that way this aft the Flier linesman received high In the FUerv
overall lead with 22 wins against Over ernoon when they repay a football all-star laurels. "lIe played plans. for a banner season Is Joe
19 for the Navy, while three games Ampliilis SundayThe visit to Florida State Normal Col- consistently through all our Trooper, a former Oklahoma
ended in ties. The Navy has southeastern service foot- lege at St. Augustine.Fla. games," added Faurot, one of City U. point-getter who led
turned up the Army's number for ball title will be at stake Sundayin State Normal clashed with the greatest of the great football XAS Hutchinson< In scoring last
the past five years; in fact, the : Tampa when the unbeaten, un- the Station's negro stars here recently coaches In the er\lce. year Trosper, at flve-foot-lv,
Cadets haven't licked an An- tied Ft. Pierce Amphibs meet the and bowed by 73 to 0. The is the smallest player on the
napolis team since a 14-7 triumphIn Third Air Force Gremlins. Tigers clawed the St. Augustineteam cola in 1942. Leckonby missed two squad but he's the big scoring

1938. To add insult to injury, Beaten only by mighty Ran- to pieces, with Kemp scor- games this season-against Florida threat.
the Navy has permitted Army dolph Field in service warfare, the ing four touchdowns to win indi- because he was an ex-pro and "If we Improve on defense, we'll
only one touchdown in their last Third Air Force is picked by many vidual laurels. against Ft. Pierce because -of in- be hard to beat," opines Coach

five meetings. observers to lick Ft. Pierce. Coached by Irving Kier, SpA) jury-and the Fliers failed to click Elliot. "We have enough offensive
This year's collision, however, 3c, a former ace at Hampton Institute offensively and lost 'em both. His ability."
is more than a traditional game. the home is Troy, N. Y. A cagy vet, Elliot calls his offensive
Tigers wind the
national Synthetic And MI Tie season December 9 in a up show- Janusas is another veteran. A style the "opportunity,
down with 205-pound aggressive tackle, he break."
Edward Waters
of the most powerful, versatile For Volleyball Lead game of Jacksonville. was an all-eastern ace at Boston "I like opportunity break better
College Edward
grid matches assembled by any- and MI College in 1938. Janusas played for than fat break because if
Synthetic are copacingthe Waters forfeited a previous battle
one in recent years. not call for
occasion does
"Who's going to win?"' is a WAVES volleyball league with to the Tigers aboard this Station Continued on Page Seven we alto employ a slow, bet
three wins and no losses. when the coach called his -
question that won't be answered break," the coach explained.
with authority until Saturdayp. Trailing the leaders are Officers players off the field in protest Ilerrin Is UlnneT"Herrin "Normally we will use the man

m., but football fans everywhere 2.1; Supply 1-2; WAVES against a penalty, but the return with a total of 598, won to man defense, but that Is also
are joining the nationalguessing Unit 1-2; VM: 1-2; Parachute Loft engagement will be played downtown the weekly "Flar-a-Way" event at changeable.: "

game. 1-2; and NAOTC 0-3. the :Malnside bowling alleys. Although the Flier team is not

The experts diagnose the strug- cast so far, these players have
gle as one pitting the Navy's shown up well: Dave Kaiser, lanky

p' dreadnaught brilliant line array against of backs the The Army's 100 YARDS IN 9 SECONDS FLAT" forward Wisconsin who Gilbert played frosh ball u)>L-
; )
I Navy is likened to a blunderbussand When Charlie Paddock ran 100 01 Bradley Tech; BrownfCeTTTti. /*
the Army to a rapier, and yards in 10 seconds flat after the r.. nN particular events. That's the way center, of Seton Hall; Jake Frazier -
both are deadly. The Cadets operate First World War it created much they have been doing so success- of Bowdoin College; Don Goth-
from the lightning quick T lifting of eye brows in track and fully in foreign countries for years. ier, ace from Wayne State Teachers -
, formation while the Middies resort field circles, but Lieut (Jg) Clyde "I believe that totter coaching, ; Ted Schroeder, the Stanford
to the power of the single H. Jeffrey of Riverside, Kan., technical adv&.nl'and! improved tennis star who doubles in basket
wingback. opines that someone will cover the I methods of tr J..luq will make the ball; Ken Brainard, who played
Tatum's Cousin Is Buzzing distance In nine seconds flat after nine second mark possible," continued for NAS Pearl Harbor; Leonard
i There is no mistaking the fact World War II. Jeffrey.Jeffrey 'Serfustinl, a member of last
that Army has one of the most Jeffrey is one of the world's fastest I says he would not be year's Sampson Naval team,
awesome outfits to ever represent humans. Representing Stanfordin surprised at all if the 100 yards James Levine Minnesota; Bm
West Point. They have a regiment A. A. U. track meet at hasn't
f an Long already been run in nine Mottram, Hinsdale, 111, high schoolace
of crashing backs, Felix Beach, Calif., in May of 1940, the I seconds Hat "However, to be official I Gordon Hodde, a semi-pro
Blanchard, Doug McKenna, Tom Kansan sped 100 yards in the official everything has to be perfect," vet; and Bob Wilkes, Norman
Lombardo, Glenn Davis, Max Minor time of 9.4 seconds to tie I J i he explained, "and there must not I ; Bill Berner,
Otto Buzz Barton
k rf I ,
and others. Blanchard, incidentally the world's record Jointly held by even be a wind stirring." I. Kielbasa and
+ is a cousin to Lt Jim Jesse Owens and Frank WykoffJeffrey's I I At the age of 26 the junior of Walter Dunbar Tom,

I Tatum, the Fliers' line coach here. mark still awaits consideration fleer says he is too old now to expect others.Four members of the Station
Felix, who is as famous as the by the International Ath. 1 I to repeat his 9.4 feat, which football team are expected to
cat by the same name, played letic Federation which is inactive I is the peak in rapid transit by pe- the Flier eager They
frosh ball at North Carolina when because of the war, but there is i I destrians. If a runner maintained Bishop and John
Tatum was head mentor there in little doubt that it will be accorded I the pace required for a 9.4 seconds are O'QuInn Tommy, a pair of prepsters, and
1942. official recognition when the international 100 yard Jaunt, it would be close to Sam' Snyder of Georgia" Tech and
Comparative scores are no divining solons meet again. ; 20 miles per hour. mil eckonby of St. Lawrence
rod, certainly, but they are "Tho 100 yard dash can be Jeffrey I Is built tocklly, packIng University. 'IIR-
interesting, if not trustworthy. Army done In nine seconds fLit," asserts 175/ pound IMI his five-foot- Kansas All-Arr
and Navy have played three Jeffrey. "I'm Mire of It. 11 frame. I'bvslcAlly |he resembles ica Bill student and, Walter Hambrichigh <
common foes, Duke, Notre Dame "American coaches are starting 1' I'k00 was heavyset Morehead State
f and Penn. And the Cadets are youngsters at a much earlier age for a Bprlnt artJst. scorer from detached from the
way out in front-Army 59-0 over than ever before. They are making When Germany attacked Poland Teachers, were of the
Notre Dame and Navy 32-13; specialists of these kids, too, con- In 1939, Jeffrey was on a Station oh Coach eve Elliot cages
+ Continued On Page Seven; centrating them on one or two Clyde Jeffrey Continued On Page Seven campaign"don't but"
t worry.:



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30 November, 1944 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven

Pool's Superb Catching Is Here Is One "He" Didn't Catch '

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Big Factor In Flier Finale m,f .. ''r > 'f'
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Ft. Pierce's Famed Naval Amphibious ;,2"t'f.\ )
:: '.J l.qcif.
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) Training Base football :: tiw- ; ;t:
pre-war championship heyday i\ : : ;/ .f.Jj?
team to this Station Saturday .
came :.
played a major role in all three < ..." 'AI
undefeated, untied and rated
touchdowns. Pool .
was the differ-
as one of the best service outfits ence between the two teams. "tb
in the country and. unfortunately
for the Fliers, today they are still Moreover, Pool directed the Ft.
Pierce defense which literally liquidated
that way only more so.
the Fliers' offensive and
The powerful Amphibs paused at confined it to 44 yards gain by

;". Mason Field just long enough to rushing. Pool, who knows the T
leave the imprint of their cleats formation Inside out, as the Bears

>. on the battered bodies of the fight were the club to make It famous,

. ., ing but frustrated Fliers'' while a diagnosed the Fliers' attack and syF
crowd of 10,000 looked on. uncannily called out to his team- '?

Ft. Pierce added the injury mates where the plays were going

stricken Fliers to their list of vic just as the center snapped the ..

tims, 21-0; and in the process the balk On defense Ft. Pierce came 4 : 1l

: Amphibs tacked up their seventh up with several other human brick '.. 4 r 7d

straight victory and vaulted their walls, notably Bill Godwin (Geor- C.,, ;
phenominal scoring total to 344 gia,235-pound center who backedup ;

points against a negligible nine forthe the line like a bearcat: Don

opposition.The Reese (Missouri), a giant fullback, S t i
l *'S- + SiG. 68 F bs y
who used only when the Fliers K xti A ;
defeat, brought about by ;-+ ? tX ;, # n
the undisputed strength of Ft. had possession of the ball; Bo Co-

Pierce and the unprecedented henour (Texas), tackle; and Bob

weakness of a Station squad that Sutter (Arizona State), guard.

4: was wrecked by pre-game Injuries To the everlasting credit of

ended the 1941 season for the Flier line it can be said that

the Fliers The Station wound up they forced Ft. Pierce's feared
the campaign with four wins and backs to take to the airlanes for

three losses and an aggregate of their Mores.

160 points to the foes' 107. Twice Ft Pierce recovered fum- Sensational pass catching by
bles In the opening quarter and Pool former Chicago
The Station's vaunted T for- Hampton ,
mation offensive turned out to be on both occasions the Amphibs' The RunwayContinued Hanzel Is Named Bear pro star, played havoc with

a double-edged sword that cut the Continued From Page Six the Fliers Saturday as Ft. Pierce
half. For Bill "n: FtYA From Page Six 21-0. But here Is one the
Fliers in Leckonby, $ Tierce the Station in 1942. He hails from won
the Fliers' No. 1 ball handler, a Yards gained rushing 44 J22 Army 62-7 over Penn and Navy Lexington, Mass. great Ft. Pierce end didn't grab.It .
former who has Passes attempted 6 14 happened In the first quarter
pro Duke
sagacious Passes completed 2 4 26-0; and Army 27-7 over Ft. Pierce's Amphibs were rep with Ft. Pierce In possession, of
from the
T formation
Passes Incomplete 1 8 and Navy 70. resented on the first team by three
f quarterbacking driver's seat, did Passes Intercepted 3 Pool was the ball on its own 25-yard line.
the Army's lightning players,
for Yards by 43 Against Nick Waz3'lIk. quarterback, aimed -
not get into the game a single passes Stanford
87 272 Navy men are pinning not one of 'em. Pool, great
Total offensive
yards this aerial to Pool (No. 11),
A knee Injury kept Leckonby
play. downs 4 9 Bear end, madeno
First their pride, faith: and bankrollson and Chicago Flier
the sidelines and without the 5 115 but Tommy Bishop ((31),
on Penalties, yards of the mightiest lines ever better than the second team
star veteran the Fliers were like end, and Joe Brown (29), Flier
Whitmore of much to the astonishment of all ,
'seen. Led by Don broke it Rushing -
! a ship without a rudder. drove inside the Fliers' 15yardline the University of Alabama, tabbed observers who have seen the 230- quarterback is John up.Hanzel

Joe Brown a willing kid who is only to founder and relinquish -. as one of the greatest tackles pound wingman operate this year the Flier passer guard.

. good but no experienced field gen- the ball on downs. I. of all time, the Navy front wall First Team (57), iI-
eral for the T, filled LeckonbY's Allie White, ex-TCU and Phila- is experienced, heavy and noted Here Is the AF'g official All-South -
large shoes and he suffered a delphia Eagles tackle, stood out for Its brute force. eastern service team (with pre-service Lt. Janusas' AndLt.
broken collar bone in the second In the Station line like a lighthouse experience listed In parenthesis
like ),,
I Frankly, however It looks Ends-Robert Witt (Miss. Southern
quarter when the Fliers trailed by beacon in a storm. Ed Hu- (Rice),,
the boys in brass are going to Keesler Field and Ted Scruggs Mason Leave
only 7-0. sak, former Penn U. guard who Georgia Preflight .
their gold
has been with the Fliers for only catch the Middies with Tackles-Clyde Johnson (Kentucky),,
'No press agent, trying to invent forever playingin braid down. It stems from a pure- Fourth Infantry and Don Cohenoui For New DutiesI
three was
alibis, ever imagined a situation games ly personal conviction that no team (Texas), Ft. Pierce.
the Ft. Pierce backfield; and Hanzel (Vlllanova),,
as fouled up as the Fliers actuallywere stop Army's explosive run- Guards John Two officers prominently identified -
can Villa
Sedlewlcz (
the local Jacksonville Jacksonville and Joe
before the opening kickoff. Tommy Bishop, and ners short of the goal line. The nova). Daniel Field. with the Flier football team
For in addition to Leckonby the high school end< played the Navy relies upon slow, bone-crush :I Center-Bill Godwin (Georgia), Ft. have checked out this week.

three other backfield regulars were looked right at home amongst ing power while the Army lines- l Pierce.Back's Hillenbrand ( ,, They are Lt. John Mason, assis-

on the casualty list: (1) Gus Let- galaxy of stars.manufactured its first men merely flip open a gate r Third Infantry-Billy ; John e Indiana: tant Station coach and Lt. John
I chas, brilliant left halfback, agreedto Ft. Pierce through, which fleet ballcarriersrocket Maxwell Field; Bill Daley (Michiganand Janusas, stellar tackle.
touchdown in the second quarter.The ), Ft. Pierce; Pat Harder
play with a cracked rib and he Minnesota Mason was the pre-war head
Amphibs were roosting on theFliers' (Wisconsin), Georgia Preflight.
. turned In a gritty performance; coach at Colorado School of Mines
, line and it was However, we hesitate to "pick"the -"=!.
Donaldson, the school- where he developed Whizzer White
(2) Johnny and 19 to Army to win for fear of being
down yards go
[< boy ace who scored nine touch- third Nick Wazylik Ohio State's accused of treason and because we Jeffrey PredictsContinued one of the grid game's greatest

downs in six previous games started Then quarterback of 1937, are reminded of something that backs He reports to the Pacific

! the tiff with a painful torn car- All-America back and uncorked a long happened between halves of thisseason's From Page Six coast for further assignment.
tilage in his side, which is about faded Dame game. I Janusas has been a football land
into Navy-Notre he had
that seemed headed right European track tour and
, as uncomfortable as trying to pass of Bill McCloskey Flier A high ranking officer strode into back to the U. S. mark here performing the 1942
the arms trouble getting
watch girl walk down the Flier eleven and again this seasonhe
a McCloskey was the :Middies' dressing room, ac- at the Ft.
Just stationed
halfback. A. He is now
crick in in the line. A
when got a standout
etreet you've
was a
and de-
catch it Pool came up cording to press reports, Naval Amphibious
Faust for- about to Pierce (Fla.) tackle at Boston
' your neck; (3) George former
from behind the Flier back and livered a lecture. Training Base. It was as a backfield -
:Minnesota and Chicago Card College in 1938, Janusas has been
snatchinga "Let's win this he Im- touted Ft.
speared it, like a beggar game member of the
fullback trying to make a comeback attached to the physical training
I after being incapacitated for dime. Pool was tackled on the plored the Navy gridders. Pierce football squad (No. 38) that department here. He is transferredto
the five-yard line. John Po Admiral ErnestJ. visited this Station last Saturday -
three weeks, lasted less than one spot, The officer was he Iowa Preflight.Operations .
quarter before he reinjured his an- lanski (Wake Forest), hard hitting King Commander in Chief of He played only two minutes -"=-
;.:;' kle.'Jf 216-pound tackle, lunged inside the U. S, Fleet and Chief of Na- toward the end of the game.
right tackle to score. val Operations.The Jeffrey isn't a great football Gets OH
: Mention of the over-size injury Station center, intercepted his terrific speed,
Jack Carter, Admiral knows best, and so player, despite
' list is not intended as a suggestionthat Foot 24.12
the Fliers in On Right
.1 a pass to put "let's win this game, for he never fully ,
Ft. Pierce was lucky to win, we say
I" Am- back In the game. They marched too! the game during his school days. Playoffs in the Officers' touch
i for, despite the fact that the their 35 yards to a first down on Ft.Pierce's Track coaches abhor the idea of football league opened with Operations -
.. phibs were never able to get 21-0 five-yard line but could having a sprint star play football, licking VF5(3)( by 24 to

ground game clicking the, the visitors' not produce a scoring punch. On less, but in the final period Wazylik thereby risking Injury to their legs. 12 in the only game played so far.
scfcre did not I' Brown was dropped aerial to Poolon Football also develops muscles that
e fourth down rifled a 21-yard Forsberg connected on aerials to
The best testimonial -
:: bulge In the contest. like a sandbag on the one-yard the Fliers' 15. Polanskl on hinder total speed in dash runs. Howard, McHugh and Brukes and
is that they
ty, to Ft. dynamic stripe, and he broke his collar four successive line smashes, ad- "Now I figure I'm through run- McClelland fired one to Kesslerto
used Big All-America Bill Daley, great a from bone on the play. vanced to the two-yard line whereit ning," says Jeffrey, "and I'm havIng account for the Operations

;;. running sparingly.: Then Daley punted from his was first down and goal to go. a little fun playing football. scoring.In .
Minnesota Michigan,
and Kit Kittrell took the Flier line put That's something I've always VF4 from VF5
The few times that the 215-pound end zone At this point the a forfeit won
speedster with the churning propeller boot, was bottled up by three up a gallant stand with its back wanted to do. (2). Teams competing for the
. Amphib tacklers and as he was Polanski went to the title Operations, VF4
legs did turn "it" on, he to the wall. playoff are
t looked unstoppable.It hit the ball popped right out of one yard line, and he was held added all three conversions. VF5(2) and VF5(3).

Hampton Pool, however his hands into the arms of Sut- for no gain on the next play. GAME NOTES. Chief Ath-

who sparkled was like a queen's jewels ter, on the 32-yard Rams line.) lost Jack 11 Daley was smeared for a three letic Specialist Archie Carter of Calling All WAVESC'mon

throughout the game. Pool put on I Boone (Cleveland yard loss. And on fourth down this Station, an accredited official,
. one-man show, one of the most yards Letchas batted clown Wazylik's served as head linesman. After he girls, there are still plenty
, a
, sensational exhibitions of sleightofhand I It was here that Pool provided pass Intended for Pool. called a penalty on Ft. Pierce, one openings on the WAVES' Sta-

pass receiving ever seen another catching gem. He leaped Letchas attempted to kick out of the Amphibs' officer-players tion varsity basketball team now

. anywhere. On three long-distance high into the air and grabbedWazylik's under of danger from his end zone, but dashed up to him and Indignantly being organized.

c. passes the six-foot-three, 228- pitch right from and it sailed high and short. R. I* demanded, "How could you even Coach Verla Hill greeted 39
pound veteran toyed with the Flier the: nose of two Flier backs Bradford (Iowa State) caught it see that play from this side of the WAVES, including officers and en.

t' defensive backs, like a master raced from the 40-yard line to the on the dead run on the 11yardline field?" "I've got 20-20 vision," listed personnel, at the first work

angler playing a swordfish. Pool, Station's one-yard marker for a and kept going across the snapped back Carter, "and if you out Practice is slated today and
playing coach, former Stanford total: gain of 78 yards on the play. say one more word it'll cost you tomorrow at 1730 at the mat on

; All-America and end for the professional Polanski bucked it across. goal.Lee Bruckner (Michigan State) another 15 yards." Yorktown and Mustln.
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11 Personnel Relations Office, Bldg. 13 \ ,

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The Civilian Employees' News, a two-page section of the Jax Air
1 News, is devoted to reporting the news of the Naval Air Station's 'J SI
x Civilian Employees and Is sponsored by the ,.

Employees' Association for Civil Service Employees \---- /
{ William O. Klncald President Phillip D. Myers, Treasurer I From Interim and Minor
Polly Vetter, Secretary Overhaul Inspection
Directors 3y Prissy Glenn

I George II. Martin Mell C. Jackson I Quaglia says that he's not married I
L k Frank H. McKinley Donald A. Woods ., but he has hopes. f
t Phillip D, Myers Kenneth M. McDuffle Well, readers, I saw and met
Daniel R. Wbiddon William 0 KincaiJ Angerhofer. our new man. He \
Polly Vetter seems to be a very likeable fellow r .

News Reporting Staff .

.4 Assembly and Repair: Thompson had a three-day leave

r Maintenance ............___............._..._..........._._.__....Walter 1 Riviere the other day. Sure, you guessedit.
.J" Accessories .W. T. Martin Frances Hanchey Mary Markham He went home! i4 \
Metal and Machine.._._._..._.Delma E. Register "Slim" Tyler It's a mystery to me why Kemp

: Engine Overhaul ..........................................................Lillian Lindsay has remained unmarried so long. :
; Progress ........._.._.._._._.__.____.._...............Tom Quinn Looking through the records the
\ Aircraft Overhaul .___...w._.____....._.._. --Amelia Drawdyf' other day, I discovered this fact
Interim Overhaul _._..___...__........._...._..........Laura Adams and I had an idea that he was
I Production Eng. ...........__....._....._......._..._...............Don Ragin married. Girls, he's a good catch.
Production Eng. ...........?................._.................................J. H. Silver Bill Wensel says that this nightshift I
IVb Employees ........___...__._____._......"......Adeline Joels business rather keeps him in
Inspection and Survey: the dark. I can easily see thatcan't .
Aircraft Overhaul _. .__.__....._________..Muriel E. Mitchell you ? .
Supply _?...._....._................ ........................ ...Ruth Love Stuart has been studying quite
'." A. & rEbPt-; : C. Ralsch Ora: L. Dixon R.: Gagnon a bit lately in order to pass his I I

I Sara Verner Priscilla Glenn Edna Hammer ,, pilot's exam. (Didn't know that 1
;. Catherine Cleveland he was a pilot, did you ? ) w.
; Public Work Dept.....................Ethel Shanahan Barbara Faulkner I Mr. Clark says that he makes
4 Ethel Mathews
Carolina Howell a round trip, to and from work, of
Louise Abraham

Supply Department...........?.................... ......................?..Lisette Temple ,i love 11 miles his work per day. Boy, he muse
': Evelyn Schultz's husband was in :)

: a freak *accident not so long ago, I ,.:..f,4
Accessories Division
I* and was seriously injured. However .
!4 ran be caused by a welder's failure to wear his goggles. .
he is better now and is said
Watching the flame without goggles can cause blindness ,in two =
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to be
improving very fast ; ways, one with flying molten metal that U liable to burn the :
I eye
\ Walter L. Smith Hodge and Booth where's the
ball, and another the
by extreme
strain to which the ,
We like our new shop just fine ', 1-. ELP HELP! table you were going to make ? subjected eye are <.

in case you don't know, we're I i Everybody's been bumping into i I Painful burns can also result If the welder U not attentive t<. Ills <'
lust back of the test cells and iI i I "A Friend in Need Is a Friend the supports for the shelves that : work and errnits! the flame to come too close to his body. Mr. \V. J. 1
i"C: iita a distance! from the Oxygen I Indeed." That slogan 1* ancient you put up. I Newell, WeKling Instructor! in the .Vs..einbly and Kefuiir Department ';'
; A lot of people seem to get I .still exist, In the U. S. I Have you ever noticed how Lane' demonstrates the \\RONG WAY. 1:1;':
<\ ygen and carbon dioxide all I : Naval Air Station Campaign for is always Whistling nice peppy :
d up. Last week an article (, new emplojees.: We need YOUR tunes ? He says that nothing ever Right Way ::
printed in this paper about I I help in recruiting YOUR friends ''I wonted him longer than 15 min-
U. its life-giving qualities in I i -how altout It ? utes at a time. Ain't that wun- I
atmosphere and high altitudes nerful ?
I \\e are going into the fifth
i"y .- and some interesting facts week of our drive for new employees I I Mr. Clark "went huntin' the
about the equipment of the pilot. and have been supported other morning. More fun!
There was also previous mention loyally by our civilian emplojee Pearce likes being on the day
of the utter necessity of the proper and naval personnel, but shift now. It certainly is a
E handling this element. A bit of ,
we need more! Have you exhausted change
ail for instance and sv
pure oxygen I jour list of friends?
t and woof! maybe the roof I I Can you sleep at night with a eye and a little practice in rolling
goes &tt. And fire-just don't men- clear conscience that you have and tying said article is definitely
tion ItBut .
; : done jour bit ? I in order.

we don't blink an eye when i I Don't glve up until you have E. W. Howald, SIc of Bombsight .
corulde'ingsuch details in the COjDepirtment I attained one of those prizes the Shop, Is the father of a baby
y We put out fires : Employees Association, has HO boy. Outside of this no data is
with this compound. Here are a II generously offered to the person available at present since Howaldis *
few notes how it ks. A I i4
on wor recruiting the most new work- on emergency leave. ,
form of carbon dioxide is dry ice. ers. First, prize Is a $ZOO Bond; Shifting over, just like into
We convert the dry ice to liquid I I two second prices of a $)0.00I night, "B" shift welcomes A. R. tr"a1
j by means of converters under high I Lund each; and twenty' third Chance, who has been assigned to r ,/ _
t pns;ure. I ; prices of $25.00 each. Mechanical Instruments Depart- _
These converters are filled with You have the OUEEN LIGHTso ment, and A. B. Adkins to the Op
I 1M pounds of dry ice and sealed j I I let'i GO! Don't pull your I tical and Camera Department. Sid
J off. Then we run water over the punches) !! Fill that 'Sock" for I ney Beighley. acting Leadingman
outsider until our pressure gauge I the Avis, for Christmas! I says: "We trust each one will feel
4 shows 500\ nounris after which we I and share in the
friendly and cooperative .
.r fill the cylinders.: When the liquid plete with a large birthday cake spirit which has always t7 I.A
CO. in the cylinders is released and coffee. She was born on Nov. I existed on our shift and we welcome .
I, through valves it turns togas 18th, but we didn't quite catch the I you"
and the gas is used to fight ,': vear. Personnel in and around j We all rejoice with Betty Den-
lire*. purge plane gas tanks from this department were treated to a ton in the happy and safe return
highly explosive fumes, to actuate little close harmony last week of her husband from South Amer-
airplane landing gear in emergency when a couple of the girls gave liea. Betty is one of our loyal and
inflate life rafts and nu- out a little "jivin' hymn." Not bad i faithful aircraft workers in the
:merous other uses. at all girls, we'll get in touch Mechanical Instrument Depart r ,
I ka
1 Our work is and
very important with Major Bowes for you. ment. Both expect to leave for
t i it depends on what the cylinder is i' R. J. Wickham, AMM3c has their home in Tennessee within .: I
f y. used for as to how it is made up. I been transferred to the Optical Department the next few days for an extended a
A cylinder is filled by weight and : from one of the squadrons visit and rest. +' f .
we hive' them from three ounces He has had 26 months' duty tt
to ID1) pounds, Life raft cylindersare I in Puerto Rico, where he worked In the Gyro room we extend .i 1,
held to within one and one- ; in the Optical Department at that our sympathy to Catherine Brantin '
hundredth of A life raft her illness and hope she can w .
a pound. station. Tom Sims, who was in y
tilled with one and eighty-hun- the Gyro Section, here until transferred soon be back with the gang. It s
dredths pounds in an emergencywill on the rotation program, I a boy for Howard Kelly A [MIl'. A good welder never takes unnecessary chances. He utilises every : )
float: six men. We also have,had told Wickham about the Optical -I gyro instructor. Some nights ago safety precaution. This WN"klr.: \\'. J, Newell also demonstrates .
many different types of valves of ,I Department at this station the whole personnel of the Instrument I I for us how a good welder performs his work. lie wears his goggles _...
which some are automatic. An almost Bill Shave, of this department, is' Shop presented Richard Earl i| during the entire welding operation He wits erect allowing himself .
unbelievable fact in testing down Miami way on a short leave. ( via the honorable papa ) a carriage I niiiple freedom to work about without the danger of being burned ,
an automatic regulator valve is We sure are waiting to hear the complete. We are all very i I He! Is alert at all times avoiding any possibility of having any hart
tint in one instance it is pounded fish stories I I interested in this new civilian.I of his body come In contact with the litotes It pays to work

with a rawhide mallet. If it's Anyone visitine the Gyro Shoo i iI Hope he will enjoy riding in it SAFELY: _
a good valve it won't go off But Is "In-to- rendition and also get a break for the White -' --
blow I, likely to run a I House John R. Woodrum and Nicholas:;: ,
just your breath on the diaphragm I i of "Down in the Valley." or "I've some dayPKOrEIXEK i INSIDE OF I
If it's valve it I Felder
a good I Got Sixpence" in correct barbershop SHOP NO. 13 participated in a few U
will go: off! By Ora Lee Dixon .
changes which
style. Our Gyro Sinatras and brought the ma-
F INSTRUMENT SHOP NO Hi I Crosbys tune up over their auto- I Sue Sapp is back at work after ; PUBLIC chine to its present perfection.
By W. 1';. rlmeitler and i i matte pilots and servos while they spending a nice vacation in Georgia This Automatic Die made it possible \ .. ":
J Catherine ClevelandOn I watch them "come in." It might I Cleo Ray and Frieda spent to fulfill the order, including !jI!;
"A" shift we are happy to be that it is because we don't hear last weekend in Mayo, Florida WORKS the assembly of the machine, in
greet several I new workers (looks so well 'over all the buzzing of I with Frieda's parents. Louise Mit- just two weeks! Congratulations!!
like Frances Hanchey's recruiting i machinery but it sounds good chel is ill Much do we miss hel'"cracks" Ily Ethel M. Shanahan Cecile Belyeu, Housing Office,
broadcast is bearing some' J to us. and Jokes; hope to have We have an unusual story in- I id back on the job after a six: day
:t. 'fruit) : Ann Panda I'. Barbara : Everyone misses Charlie Smith her back soon. One of the members side our Public Works. A speeding vacation trip to Chicago, her old
t' Ko-nlg. Ruby Burke. Neva Fort I who is suffering from a broken of the rework table is having up of production of which Maintenance "home town."
Geraldine Nettles. Bernice Miller, i' pelvis. Charlie was painting the a visitor from Georgia quite i Shop, in Building No. 103,
Christine Irvin. Norman Daniels roof of his home last Thursday I quite often What about it, Helen is justly ptoud. It Is often a Welcome is extended to the new- .
and Gordon Sammons. With this when he slipped and fell 20\ feet I Lucile Gordy has returned to work small item that slows up produc- comers: Joy Leaf, messenger Ad.
array of new blood, things should I I to the ground According to the after spending a week's leave with tion. An order came through that j Bldg.; Frances Summer. Clerk-
t I relative Typist P. W. File Room
in GeorgiaELECTRICAL and
be perking up around these parts j i doctor it wiU be at least two ; : I necessitated the manufacture of June :
It i* said that a woman has months before he will be able to SHOP NO. 11 23.000 clips that almost Immedi- I Room Rowley. Operator Blue. Print.
the right! to change her mind, and I ,,get out of bed. We all send our Ity Viola KoslevvsUl ately was increased to 48,000. This Design Section.
'a'certain young lady in this shop sympathy and sincerely hope you We welcome two enlisted personnel work would have taken one man The Contract Section joins the 1
c didn't take long to change hers will recover quickly Charlie. to the "B" shift, Otha Roberts twelv'e months to complete with Inspection Department as well as '
One day a statement waa made to'' Those casts are bad, bad. and George Barton both the tool on hand, we were informed the many friends! of Mr. Lovelitid:
*. the effect that she was never i no, I After spending the last 16 SlcAEM( ), Terry Carroll is back by Mr. L. V. Roundtree in offering the deepest sympathyupon ...
never) going to get married. The I months at Trinidad< E. F. Krueger again after a week's leave. James Quarterman, in charge of the Ma the ,death of hia mother.
next day she announced the date 'I AMM2c. has become an active Dolton Mary Holland and Mel- chine Shop. Ronald: Butcher and We are happy to have S2c Elate
.. ,,' of her wedding. AkJiie. love must / worker in. $the Electrical Instru ,r/o, Fannin have been switched J. E Horner, Snapper Machinists, Willis in our crew in the Contract .
be grand. ment bep.5rtment.Those over to "II" shift. Mias Holland
put their heads together and designed Section. Hope you enjoy being :'
,Member of ,the electrical instrument ,j rotted neckerchiefs looked and, Mbj.Fannia.previously worked an Automatic Die. It Is with us.Somo. 'f//J1
,department. hail a sur'pris -welt not an. altv with your .dun.Screen out .0( the hangar.; made up of one. hundred and ten week we'll .' "
\, : ,birthday party laat.SJtwfdyev I.,. ,niatea. .Why not wear: .n Bart Ituggl&i I has been transferred pirta, seventy of which .are mov- news in the Ad. Bldg.scare and up other some .
I'1ff' (. la; << In. the shop, in honar. of .pt'e-t4ed bow tie, at ,,1 least the wind to Maintenance. We all ing parts. In its preliminary stage departments then maybe we'llhave
1,' KHrabeth Henderson. It v *., om1 wouldn't 'bUtw a earner, la- your hope you like your new shop. when the tool was being made, a scope .. );: I

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A most successful party was held by the Production Engineering last The first photo (above) shows a group of the guests dancing to a tan-

Friday when the department's civilian and naval personnel!" got togetherfor talizing tune by the orchestra Next is Frank Zappacosta, SpXlc( ) givinghis

a very entertaining evening in the Cadet Hoom at the Windsor hotel impression of the good neighbor policy. The third photo from the left

The highlight of-the occasion floor show is that of Leo Redding, AM2c, going through his very clever pantomine
was a
staged by several enlisted routine with the aid of a recording while last but not least the fourth photo

men as the (above) photos reveal. These men performed, various pictures the chorus. This chorus was made up of the following: RaymondL.

routines ranging from a skit about two inexperienced lovers to a chorus Fisher, S2c; James S. Gregory, S2c; Stan Swanson, S2c, and Ray Bald-

line, including a strip tease, a doer pantomine done with the aid of a recording ridge, S2c.

of a well known English Song and an impersonation of a South Miss Jerry Lassiter and Mrs. Lindy Sislen directed and rehearsed the

American singer and Congo dancer. group for this gala performance.

I Production EnqineerinaHy I Engine OverhaulBy |Iinspection And Survey Department I

J. If. Silver I! we Lillian are. going LlndnayHere to press Metal, Machines & Accessories Div.

I'm I missed last week'scolumn ,
sorry, but as I have said before SalliesBy again and Tojo's hand has slipped By Ruth Raise* I
I Supply I II two notches since we were here I
it's impossible to write a column I In contacting most of the Inspectors -
I last. Come on, fellows, this just NAS Fishing Club
about nothing. Again this weekI I won't do, However, we are on the in our department I found
haven't been able to find a noteor Anna M. Conrad I that every one is hard at work,
up heat, and one of these days we f
bit of desk for (riiuh-hitting for Linette Temple) I study-
a news on my old either inspecting a job or
will sweat up on that produc- Names Officials
this column, but not to disappoint I The officer and civilian membersof tion chart and show ten engines a ing something pertaining to his or .,
you I am going to try to write the Supply Department wish to better. her line of work. I
a column on just bits of news I take this opportunity to welcome day or I sincerely trust you inspectorsare I The Initial meeting of the NAS.
overheard or otherwise. I "again" all new employees who You may say what's sixty seconds anticipating entering the Na- Fishing Club was held at Hyde

An old friend who used to workin have become, or are becoming, apart ? But when multiplied by val Air Station Golf Club Tourna- Park Country Club, Sunday eve-
the Duplication Section is back I of our organization. say several hundred people it runs in- ment. This would really be news, ning at 7:30.I .

in A & R for a visit, looking up I "('(/
his old lends with whom he used I completed the "NEW EMPLOYEE I Give a little more thought to ,I Shop, was in Tuesday. He opened the meeting by in-
those wasted seconds each day.
to work. He's looking good and is ORIENTATION COURSE" givenI said he was feeling much better troducing Mr. Corbin, through
still quite the same. Oh yes, his I to all "newcomers" upon enteringour I Those hours wasted are engineslost. : but is still under par. Hope you'll j whose efforts, mainly, the club
I We We will We must
name is Horace Comfort, AMlc. department for service. For can. soon feel good again, Mr. Bishop, has been organized.
Of course all know him. I the information of those who are I leach that goal of ten a day We all miss you. I
you 'I outlined the
Corbin briefly,
The Sixth .War Bond Drive is ,
not familiar with the let I
course, ,
You all remember me telling What STe doing to reach Virginia Williams has transferred chief aims of the club and then
you about John Whitley, AM3c, us give a resume of the steps that" that on. goal that you we must make? to night shift in the Welding I called for nominations for the va-
who made the V-12 one are taken to Introduce "Supply, fine
program Shop And likes it rious officials to be elected.
How of
of the few boys to succeed in : in general, to, the folks who have think many that each you time the clock Mr. Pascal, from our Training The following officials were

passing his final exams. Well, he I Joined our group.I ticks off sixty seconds it cost the Department, Is on night shift tem elected by unanimous vote:
was in town over the week-end, I I The SUPPLY DEPARTMENT I porarily. Corbin President
1 United States, which is you and I, Mr C. B. ;
coming in from Georgia on a pass ORIENTATION COURSE FOR $170,000 (and that ain't hay) We I Minnie Leone, S2c In the Instrument M. T. Gurr, Sec & Treas.; \VV,
just to visit with his old roommates I NEW EMPLOYEES is a ,program must go over the top-we can't Shop, is on, leave in Min- Jarman Vice Pres; H. A, Burn,

and co-woikers. Sorry I directed by Ensign F G Walker, fail. Each time you spend for neapolis. : Vice Pres.; G W Taylor, Vice
missed him but understand be Educational Officer, who ably I Isupportf'd I let's all In and
is ; something you could have done Inspectors, pitch Pres.; C G. Hart, Vice Pres; C
promised to visit with us in the by Ensign W. H Burns, i without just remember this little ,, do our part in putting the Sixth M. Giadff. Vice Pres;; H L. Haupt.

near future. Personnel Officer, and his assistant ;j poem: War Bond Drive over. ,, man Publicity Agent, The follow

Well as I said before I haven'tvery I Mrs "Billie" Cox together "I WILL DO MY PART" Welcome goes to the followingnew ing people were elected as representatives -

much news to write about, I with SKV2c Ralph Bacon and This man who be fighting Inspectors: I. L. Alonso, in their respective departments -
I'm just going to ramble here SKV2c Robert Howell, The new in junglesOr AMM2c; J. R. Benner, AMM3c; : JY.. Carson, Labor

and there mostly there about ; members are duly "welcomed" by drowning in icy seas. J. W. Bishop, AMM3c; C. O. Car- Board; E. G. Wolf, Engine O'haul;

other small items that happen on informal "greetings" extended by This man is giving his time, penter, AMM3c; Jesse C. Cummings -I \V, D. Holt, Engine O'haul; A. A.
the night shift. Ferinstance, before I! Ensign Walker and Ensign Burns, his health, Sic; L. M. Duncan, AMM3c 'i Shuller, Engine O'haul; F. R.

when we had a small crew of I after which storekeepers Bacon His very life for me. ; A. R. Fox, AMM3c; H. J. Hart Bahr, Shop No 37A; R. C. Williams
draftsmen working there was a and Howell introduce the Navy's'function This man is counting on me- AMM3c; T. E. Hicks, AMM2c; Shop No. 11; H E Jarrard!
little activity going on in the as a military organization alone. J. L. Maga, AMM2c; J. G. Mc- Shop No. 11; A. E. Lynn, Plan-

drafting room, but since all the ; the Navy's'arlous bureaus To this end will I work Bride, AMMlc; G, H, :McKinney, '',ning; C. E, Hoffman, Planning;
draftsmen are now on the day I and departments; the civilian'splace I I shall not let him down! AMM3c; G, D, Miller AMM3c; J R. McCracken, Insp & Survey;
shift it is quite lonesome. Of in a Navy Shore establishment Just a rf'quest-pleafle, please, M. F. Power, AMM3c; C A, '' W. E.%McGraw, Insp. & Survey;
course I still have two tile clerks, I as one of its employees; the turn in all the personal news such i Moore, AMM3c; E. H. Pritchett, I II 'I J., T. Ator, Metal & Mach.; H. H.

putty at that) and the three various "Commands" located at I II' as weddings, births and other hap- I AMM2c; R. S, Seese, Sic; C. N. Behrens. Supply Dept.; E. T. For-
boys in the lab. Fisher, Gregoryand I' our own Station; the purpose of penings that you would like to Smarr AMMlc; L. D. Stephens, .: rest, Supply Dept; A. F Wilson,
Parrish to spend a few minutes I the Orientation Course and its have in the news to me each week, AMM3c; L. E. Wallace; AMM3c; Supply Dept.; B, W. Bradshaw,
with during the night when bearing on the principles of learn- and I will see that it is put in J. J. Wells, AMM3c. I Aircraft O'haul; L J. Sweeney,
I'm not busy. But, I like it. : ing a new job within the Supply your paper.FORMANCE. M. & W.: L. V. Rountree, M, & M.;
Oh Davis who Department, and other interesting Metal & Mach W.
yes Mrs. Grace -- -- "QUIZ KOLUM" J. W. Tyler, ;
works in the Technical Files, received -I phases concerning THE NAVY"new- :' ATTENDANCE 1, What is clecalage? C. Brown, Maint; Mr. Norris,
a telephone call from her I To further familiarize PERSONALITY. Particular 2. What is a cabane sturt? Maint; W. E. Edmonds, M & M.;
hu!"band way out in California, and sters. there is a film showing of I' emphasis is placed on PERSO 3. What is camber in a wing? Mr. Fritch, M, &: M.; Mr Rhodes
talked and talked and talked about "THE NAVY ASHORE" togetherwith NALITY. As Mis. Cox explains, 4. What is the purpose of propeller I M. &: M.; C. J. Tibbi, Public

she would not say However, other visual !aids !I "a long face a rude manner and I reduction gearing? I: Works.
"Peisonnel" informationand an 'I don't particularly care' atti- 8. What U "E" in a magneto I
'Swhat Johnnie, that is her hus- The I gap The club is open for membership -
will have plenty to talk requiiements. of the Supply tude, will never make the type of ? i to all station departments and

about when he hung up that re Department are given in friendly employee roost acceptable in the 6. What type current goes to representatives from those departments -
, C't'lver.Vhat a bill! There goes manner by Mrs. Billie Cox. Mrs. : Supply"Department or any- the spark plug ? I not already represented will
! his next month's salary! "It's a I "Billie's" smile is a symbol of where! 7. What is the purpose of the be welcomed.

I good way to keep him from spending I "welcome" and tends to make our I The employee is further givenan wobble pump? i Membership dues of $100 per
it on other girls," so Grace new lends feel "at home" im I idea of the size, location, his- 8. Why Are certain types of riv- year are payable to the treasurer,
says. Not bad eh *"? ? I mediately. She tells them the importance tory,*and other pertinent-informa- ets kept on ice? who can be found in the Mezan-

Nothing to write about except I of knowing how and i lion concerning the Jacksonville IJ. Why is valve clearance greater nine Office in Engine Overhaul
this last item, the dance at : when to wear Photo Badges; how Naval Air Station and ultimately, on an engine when running than I Division.
and "check out"; the Supply Department iU organization when cold?
the Windsor Hotel. I do hope, andI to "check in" I Now who will be the first to
I about lunch periods, where to get and divisions. To substitute 10. What does Hg. dt"natt'TAnpwers !
know we will, have a good time bring in that big fish? :Maybe I
food and "Cokes"; leave legula- the foregoing, the group is ( will be in next week's
Mo, until newt week when I will I should say, that tall tale about the
I lions including tardiness, and I II taken on a "tour" to all "Supply"buildings. issue (.t this paper)
give you some of the details of I big one that got away. What can .
I established ------ '-- ,
what so and so did, and what happened other local regulations j be more restful than pleasant companions \
by the Supply Department In her Upon completion of the "tour, The control; tower was trying to
I clone) with this little quip and a long Jay day of
own inimitable way she continues our new friend is introduced to contact a flying officer who was
No news is good news, but no good; fishing just as the sun sinksin
further personnel information his or her Division or Section Supervisor .
with preparing to land on the field
news don't make a column. the west to pull into the dock
with regard to the SUPPLY After an informal "chat'regarding The voice coming from the lower
---% I tired, dirty and fully relaxed.
DEPARTMENT DISPENSARY; past experience, workpieferences
I, : Come on, let's go fishing!
sIn DEPARTMENTRIDE and the incumbt-nt'E
the SUPPLY "If you can hear me, wiggle ----,ji*-
the days when a woodshed CLUB; the DEWEY PARK job the employee is given a place your wings"

Mood behind the American home, NURSERY SCHOOL; HOUSING within the section group; to becomea The flying officer answered! : Once upon a time three tears

a great deal of what now passes PROCEDURE; and other helpful part of the organization of Sup- "Okay, and if you can hear me, were walking on the deceit. Papa
for juvenile delinquency was settled services as rendered by both the ply. wiggle your lower." Bear oat on a cactus and said,
out of court. I Supply Department and activities. A pert of Supply organizationmeans "FJj-Dipatcher." "Ouch!" Mama Bear did likewise'
"FJight-Dispatcher." The importance of PERSON- ultimately, that an employee ------- and said "Oh!" Baby Bear cat
NEL POLICIES, with regard to is a part irf the entire U. S doing toward the winning of the on a cactus and said nothing. Jut

Barber: : Haven't I shaved you the adequacy tttioiemy and promotion Naval Air Station, Jacksonville) war; howe e'r, mw employees, Nit. :Mama Bear tinned to Papa
before? t If employees in the< Sup-. Florida and in turn, n pail of the your Introduction into one' job in Bear and Mild "Got-h, I hope we're

Ciiutomrrt No, I got thle near ply Depaitmt-nt Is ftiffrwd in detail United States Navy Department! our department, means you are not raising! one of those Dead.End ,,
I fIj'J'nnt.'t'. focusing attfBtion on THREE It is J1ff'4'flS to ray here, whata doing your part in the ONE: BIG Kids!" '
might-Dispatcher." MAJOR FACTORS JOB J>ER- tirmendone: Job! our Navy ie JOB OF nil!: NATION! *F)jg!h1.Db'pat c'ht30 -..."

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' t .w WELFARE wt CDCCccccccacccacc g 1 NA TIC Postoffice Handles Over Howe Twins Are I

PRESENTS i 70,000 Pieces Of Mail Each Week SK-V Students ThTTCen

If for some time you haven't hada ,
mleom alammltlflCsoaerr I letter from Lulu Belle or you no bone to pick about the volumeof ,
haven't received last week's edition mail, as a matter of fact they

'&' of the "Podunk Daily Effort," feel that they are doing a swell
: I don't blame the NATTC postoffice.We morale building job in which we
have it on the authority of agree, but they are a little put
I none other than Frank Walker's out by the fact that we do not

assistant Lt. jg/ ) James T Jackson I give them the proper cooperation
mail officer in advising Lulu Belle Bulah Aunt

that there is no Pearl, "Time" Magazine and the By M. L. Ke tenbaum. AOMlc

/', dearth of incoming address."Bingville Bugle" of our correct Even the adjectives in a Florida
mail State Chamber of Commerce
and endless effort Mr. Jackson tells us that on the weather report, couldn't describethe
r average about 14 per cent of incoming -
is made to progressive surge of the
I. letters and approximately NATTC schools the ole '44
see that every as year
,. 23 per cent of the periodicals, etc.,
person gets his puffed closer to the finish Une. A
or her mail. You are incorrectly addressed, all of rapid scan of the discarded calen
t probably never which adds up to considerable un- dar pages revealed plenty of activity
v realized I it be- 'i' necessary work for hiS'"staff. and interesting facts residing

$I fore, but there With Christmas just around the in the AFC, AOM AEM Turrets,
i is cleared i corner you can appreciate what the \\'. C. and L. A. Howe and SK-V houses of learning. In

through the inLt. (jg) Jackson i post office crew has to look forward I When W C and L. A. Howe, all schools there were pats on the
coming mail department of our to so the least we can do is identical twins, decided to sell out back for the tutors who turned inmasterful
post office a weekly average of advise those whom we expect to I their wholesale grocery business efforts for their respec-
d. more than 50,000 letters and in ex- I hear from of our new address. It in Atlanta Texas, last Spring and :I live departments. -

j i ( cess of 20.000 magazines, period- I would be a grand Christmas pres- enlist in the Navy, they held outa The history of the "Turret" aggregation :A\I
icals and newspapers.The I ent from us all to Mr. Jackson and I I ".
: hope that even the exigenciesof is one of an upwar
crew at the post office has his post office crew.
I. war wouldn't separate them. trend from wav back in Oct.. '43
, Coupled with some luck and an when the school was firStm uided.
Y RADIO SCHOOL War Chest Fund understanding naval officer along I With a small nucleus of men and
iE t1irgiuia the way, their hope so far has held lots of ambition the turret outfit
1 I TRANSFERRED Drive Ends TodayToday up. Although their instructors today is turning out turret train .
1. I sometimes have some difficulty ees with momentum.
marks> the close of
r i TO MEMPHIS of the Community and National telling one from the other, they're Aviation Fire Control school can
) 1 I War Fund Urine This afternoon both learning the ways of Aviation look back at a year that saw the
r j I The Aviation Radioman School, at 1630 the War Client in Storekeeping in the advanced school discard the title of "Bomb-
r I I, in operation at the Naval Air Ships' Service will be opened.In school here.Meantime. I sight" and take under its wing a

I I I Technical Training Center for order that we might have they've done some variation of subjects that has the
Mayo I I nearly three years, was closed competent returns! Division Officers traveling around these United prospects of becoming very shortly
Three outstanding presentationsare during the weekend, the last class I and Heads of Departments States. Following their enlistment I another aviation rate labeled
offered on the NATTC entertainment I having been graduated from the are reminded that this Is they were sent to San DI- "Aviation Fire Controlman."

program for the next school Saturday.. I the last day, and up would like I ego for recruit training, and then Advanced AOM school, convert
seven days--two motion pictures I Lt Comdr. P. W Moor USSR for the funds to be turned In assoon to Farragut for a course in gen- i! ed from an "A" school in October
with ratings of excellent and an officer-in-charge of the school, explained I '.
as possible.At I eral storekeeping. Completingthat | 13 and in the past year, made
f "in person" stage show I that in the future naval I this time I would like to .
: candidates for aviation radioman I I work, they were selected to .: rapid strides inthe formation of
Tonight's presentation is rightup : express my deepest gratitude to come to the Aviation Storekeeper an advanced school that today is
our alley. Its the comedy film training NATTC will be sent directly to all officers, enlisted mat and School here for advanced training !1 more than complete in serving the
"The Princess and the Pirate" Memphis, where there are civilians who have contributedto latest data on aviation ordnance.
At one transfer point, one was
] sufficient facilities to take of
starring the one and only Bob this worthy cause and who Both Aviation Storekeeper and
I selected for a draft, and the other
the current student
I requirements,
Hope. It is a spectacular techni- hale made thin campaign a MtcSS I Aviation Electrician rates were
was named an "alternate. That'sthe
which in numbers are considerably ?
color production and a Hope out- time when the twins were !1 comparatively unheard of Just a
; one
those of early 1914 when the
all the J. II. HARPER
pouring way through. I called do year ago--and today with their
to some talking.
". school reached its peak here. I upon
Chaplain, USNR.
c" Hope plays one Sylvester Crosby I respective schools enjoying the
did and
I Eight different officers have They ; things were arranged -
a vagabond actor long on confi-
I of keen
I been in charge of the school since so there wasn't any ques- I organization,
dence and short who
on courage Dads-Register For have risen to a status that ranks
tion about whether the second one
its inception here in
falls in the clutches of "The Hook, II
on a with their
would be in the draft. par surrounding -
4 1941 when it was part of the Naval I
a pirateand you can take it from Kiddie Party TodayA aviation toll
training -
Air Station. In October of But when complete the
f there. Personally we'll take it. Virginia -'I they leagues.All .
Mayo provides beauty to go i 1942 administration of the school Christmas party for childrenof course here, they'll ...probably experience l
with Hope's quips and antics. Two : was transferred to the Naval Air enlisted personnel will be held the same anxiety again. told, the NATTC schools can
showings are scheduled at 1800 and : Technical Training Command. at the Main Station auditorium Up to now, they've lived their 32 boast and loudly too of enviable

2000 at the new auditorium.The I I More than 12.000 students have Sunday, 24 Dec., at 1100, and all years pretty much together. They records-with lots to spare.
second outstanding/ movie is ,, successfully completed the rigid' sailor-dads at NATTC who have went through school in Atlanta NEITHER HERE NOR THERE!
"Woman in the Window" slated training program whose length has youngsters desiring to attend are together, attended Baylor University With preparations about completed
Friday at the same times It is an I varied from 14 to 20 weeks. This asked to turn >in registration 'I together, then joined their this corner will from here on, "
I unusual murder story with excel- I number includes students from the blanks today to their division of- father in his wholesale grocery serve you with the choicest gossip
lent performances by Edward Robinson Royal Air Force and the French' ficers. business. Now they're in the Na- we can expose from all the

and Joan Bennett. Navy. Nearly two dozen Wave of- Gifts will be given to all children vy together. NATTC Schools. So In due time
The stage show- is the highly ficers also were graduated and plus refreshments and other When the wads over, however, --don't confide in your best friendhe
rated "Heads Up American" unit have since been transferred to operational incidentals that go with an entertaining their paths will slightly separate. may tell all to us. Once
featuring pretty gals and a num- I training units where they carefree party. The partyis I Without a business to which to II around the grapevine and we hear
are serving as assistant commu- for youngsters/ under 13 years'of ''i return, they are planning separate that-there were several crimson
t nications officers. age. enterprises. But before that is ,i faces when a group of AOM students -
i The school has been developedfrom Division officers will turn in the started "W. C." plans to "catchup I I failed to repair a bomb rack
what was described as an registration forms today to the on my fishing and hunting" until solution was offered by Tom .
I "humble I Williams Tom brother of Joe
beginning" to an -- ,
organ- Welfare Office. --- -- ----
ization of highly specialized tech- I. Henry Ford -says 40 million Williams AOMlc, sports a Pharmacist -
nicians as instructors. Training Americans will want new automo- rate.
equipment has been greatly im Ozzie Nelson saw this sign In a I' biles after the war is over. Well Laugh of the week-Sam Ken
proved. During its life here a I Hollywood cafe: "If the steak is 130 million Americans Vis ill prob- nedy, AOMlc, applying hair tonicto
course in radar was made part of too tough for you, please leave." ably want them, but those who buy his hair (both of them). Add
This is no place for weaklings.
the training program and there War Bonds now will be able to buy to recent members of the stork
have been other innovations _.- -- ---
many them. club, A. A. Johnson, AOMlc),
Replicas of airplanes have been MAKK IT AlEma' XMAS! --- --- Joe Vallecorsa, AOMlc, and Con-
created and whole fuselages have WITH A WAU BOND WE AUK IIUYING FOR KEEPS Continued on Page Eleven
been salvaged to give students ---
first hand practice under conditions -
t simulating those they will From Captain To Captain
i face as aircrewmen..

t Lt Cmdr, M. W. Wells USN .> i
Ret( ), was the first officer-in-
E charge of the school. Others who :"
e have directed the school's program ',' !. '
.... include Lt. H. P. Danforth, rsw I I

l USNR; Lt. Cmdr. R. B, Stratton, : .
R.arbaMstUlw"t'k, USN(Ret >)> ; Lt Cmdr. S A. Ward,
her of clever acts. It /goes on next USNR: Lt. Cmdr. G. L. Countryman -
Wednesday.The USNR; Lt. D. C. DeHart, t? 1S
schedule (at the NATTC USNR; Lt. Cmdr. E. M. Tellefson, I ',a I Kl
auditorium) : USNR, and Lt. Cmdr. Moor
1800, 2000, "Princessand I _.
1 Tonight --- --- .
.I the Pirate" with Bvp Hope, New Books IrT the N'ATTC (
t Virginia May. and Victor Mc-

Laglen.Friday, Library >t4
: 1800, 200, "Woman in FICTION:
Air gunner, by Bud Hutton
the Window," with Edward G. Should be read atbrt everyone who
Robinson and Juan Beiuiett. wants to know Is like to be a
t Saturday 1830, 3000, "Naugh- flyer in a camp In England to wait
up the night hrfote a mUslon. to fly "* "
ty Marietta, with Jeonnette Mc- through every lash to see your iritnds
Donald And Nelson KUdy. fall out of the sky in I burning planes to
Sunday, 1500, "Great Man's drop among the Jermiis In u p'rchut.e'lt'70rt
and escape from t prison
Lady," with Barbara Stanwyck. Isabel', bv Mary Robets rW1Ti\
Sunday, 1800, :MI, The Climax Hart. j ,
:," with 8 sMMa Foster! and A new collection of short torli-s by I I
Mary Robets Rinehart-adventic-e, rnysterv. ,
Boris Karloff.Monday I and love stories I IFive ,
lAM, 300, "Silent Arrows, by Allan Chase !
Barrier," with Richard Arlen Nazi activity and Intrigue in South,

Tuesday 1800 200, "Mark of I America.If TbMt Be TN'.._, by Margaret '
the WhiMler." with Richard Dix:, ard. I r +r rx <
Wmlneftday.: 1800, 2000, "(leads "tee';;;' mystery story* by the author of
I Wake "Stand-in for I
Up America ,tage ftfeow. Death" etc 1
---- '-JJjKpert --- None But a Mule, bv" Barbara Woolcotl i iI
I The home life of the quite unorthodox
Advice Woolcott clan. Barbara is AJexandei .
.f" Wool<'Otts nk-ce. She tells her story with
Before the Ohio StateIllinoisgame no Inhibitions I I
/ in Cleveland last week, Coach Trail <.r*..4, br Ersklne Caldwell I I f
I Here Ersklne Caldwell returns to a
Kliot asked Manager Lou Boudreau novel similar to his "Tobacco Road.'
of the Indians to say a few wordsto This time he chose a Southern townBoomtown .1 i
... j
for his setting -
the team representing his old ,
M'.rld Me Ute !., by Louis Bromfleld l ,
school Lou's "pep" talk was "I Short stork** and novelettes. '
notice you are wearing/ pretty long NON-FICTION: : I Captain J, B, Lynch, Commanding NATTC'. who frequently makes award presentations,, had the tables
cleats today, and I'd appreciate it The Admiral bjr L. 1(. Healy and Luis turned on him in the above picture, when he uas on the receiving end. Gus Letcluu, SpA)2, NATTC

r If you'd walk on your toes around Kutner.A bloeraphf of Admiral George triple threat star, Is shown presenting the ball used In tie! Flier-Cherry Point game, to the Captain.
l shortstop." Wt Dew '. Lftclias captained the .'lI. tation Fliers in their 33 to 0 win over Cherry Point.r .


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30 November, 1944 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Eleven .

, Nice'Bit Of Action Air Raiders Will Ring CraftsmanCharlie AEM Wildcats J Ji

Meet Fast Cage I i Wrap Up NATTCFootball

d 'r ,e n
___ Teams Next Week i TitleAbout I

A __

The Lee Field A\lngs of Green N' 40 husky AEM students
around the
are strolling campus
Cove Spring the debut of
spoiled On of
today wearing two hats. top
the N'ArrC Basketball Team Tuesday I I their squared!! white hats is! an in*

night, defeating the Air Haid I{ visible crown bearing the also invisible

i ers 43-38 at the NATTC Gym inscription "Champions of
the NATTC Football Confeience"
I Two more tilts have been added
I A But the manner in which Coach

.. 61I& to the cage schedule of the NAT Tuk Baxley's Wildcats won the
fi. TC Air Raiders who are staging title was not invisible-not to the

intensive daily workouts in preparation hundreds of spectators who attended -

for two tough games next i the games during the
I week season or to the other three teamsin

I The local hoopsters meet the t the leagueDisplaying.

St Augustine Coast Guard teamthere a sharp aerial at-
tack and a stiff defense the Wild
i Wednesday, and two
L.: days later, 8 Dec, they tangle with } cats wrapped up the championship -

Left Half Wentphal of AEM rips off five yards before being toppled the Jacksonville Coast Guard five last Thursday by whipping
by Dark Barrett of Ship's Company In the game tart week at the Center* the Ship's Company Salts 24 to
which the \\IMeat to clinch the 6 0. for their sixth victory in seven
won NATTC grid title. I The two new games added to AEM insurmountable
starts The win gave an -
-- -- -- ------ the slate, which now totals 15 lead over the second

FINAL NATTC contests. are with Cecil Field The and the finalgames
Johnny Pesky Of place Marines
GRID I Air Raiders go there for an 11 slated this week, were can
STANDINGSTeam Dec. meeting, and Cecil comes celled
Boston Sox W. L. T Pt,. Tt". I here 19 Dec Tentative games have The Marines battled the>
Scored All'd been slated with the University of v Schools eleven to a 0-0 tie Ld.t
At School Here"I'm A.M 61 1 0 t4 JO Florida, Blanding and others ,
- MAD 3 3 1 :38 20 Camp Friday to retain their hold cur
: ARM-AOM 2 3 :2 23 49 second place The schools club
not a hell of a good ball Shl p', Co. 1 5 1 19 77 Probable starting lineup for the finished third, and the Sail last

player. I'm just' a guy trying toget I INDIVIDUAL SCOKKKS I Air Raiders against the Coast A glance at the standings! reveals -
along." Thus quoth modest Name-Team TD TAT Tot. Guardsmen will be Center Lester how completely AEM dominated -
jlohnny Pesky, former Boston! Red R. Coultei AFM; 7 3 45: I Forwards Collins Washington< the season's play. None' of
\\etphal AIM 4 I
Sox shortstop and now an Ensignin Brovtn M.A.D. 2 2 24 34 or Stonebreaker and Guards Bitt- the other teams were able to top
Uncle Sam's Navy. McKmlden. AEM 2 1 33 I ner and Taft. Other players who Derimon, clever 129- the 500 mark as the Wildcats
Thrash, A R M 1 1 7 will be the first' man
However baseball record books I will see action are Forwards Smith pounder shoved over 94 points against 30
Nretkowtkl 1.. 6 In the ring for the NATTC boxing :- I for their
lily the likeable young officer'sasscrtion. : I 1 6 and Grover, Guards Woddalf and opponents in winning six
After winning the Poltei' ,.lhlRM 1 :: (. I Rotman, and Center Reynolds. team when it ends a summer' lout of seven games
Po.irlll, MAD. 1.. sCuwran. i layoff in a match with the Camp The Wildcats tallied touchdownsin
American Association's most valuable NATTC lost a star performerlast '
MAD. .. 6;
landing mitten here )}ff. 8.
the first and
second quartetsand
player Ragei, SCMcdouan .. f\ week when Chief George
If.P; SC .. 6 An outstanding ring craftsman, : added two more in the third
Kebba detached. An
':' award in lOU, Tocllnr M.A.IX .. 6Wad" was expert Charlie has rapped out an enviable : to wallop the Salts Recovery of a
point getter the lanky Kebba was
SC .. 6 ,
record under the NATTC
while playingfor fumble the Salts' 21 the
on set
RC\llnskl. MAD. 1 I.. 6 a star at center on the 1943 club. '1
Louisville, Caiano ARM 1.. 6 Six banner lie i 1'1' a former southeastern first! counter, with a Gollotte to
members of the current
Hnwkn ARM 1..6 squad I A A. t" champion !1 Westphal being the payoff
Johnny hit the Blakelev'. ?C 1 ::1 t were members of last year's team I pass
: time with a -- _'_' i -Lt'sttr. Taft Bittner, Rotman I A freak play accounted for the
big t.ayr
NOLTE WINS FINAL second AEM touchdown. An uncertain -
I: bang in 1942. I 1'1'sll w nOSH SALES: TO I I Woddall and Cranford. (i', 1 pass by a Salt back was
With talented ball handlers (In' LUCKY BAG CONTEST
Walloping the IT'MI DOWN THE JArs i i taken bt bind the line of scrimmage -
the club the Air Raiders plan to 1 by Kretkowski of AEM who
apple at an NATTC Newsreel ;:'employ both the fat and slow I H. P Nolte, S2c opened the raced 41 yards untouched to woie.
amazing paceI break on offense Virtually all the Football Lucky Bag for the last Early in the third inrio, ...
fJIJJ for a rookie hecompiled Continued From Page Ten placers have several years of cage time during the current regular Wehtphal, connected with }\I('-
a experience behind them and most season last Saturday when he selected -I
Fadden on a neat 48-jari! aerial
rad all !
Sides AOM2c
Johnny stick to proud pops.
average I'have for teams the largest number of winners -
Doh-I played college for six point, and shortly afterward -
finish second in the American Amusing scene George
in the contest to win a $25
Eight home tilts have already been Hewtphal made the final
League batting behind his mann. AKM2c, with his Bronx :
race scheduled, with several others to War Bond marker, driving over from the*
teammate Ted \William'!, who was dominated verbs causing a Brazil- I I
be added. The games will be J. Dinunzio of Barracks 63 received two yard line to cap a 4.5)8rddrh.C"
on top with .356. ian interpreter no end of worry. '
played either at the new audi- a good boost toward a War ".
who that to Worthwhile listening to is T. Jose-
Pesky just
was I
torium or the gym.OFFICERS' Bond when he won second placein It was a fitting climax for the
led the falk AM2c and his challenge to
opposing pitchers leaguein
the weekly contest and $10 inWar : AEM champions who incidentally
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all casino players Peggy Lewis,
the number of hits--the fourteenth -
Sa"ingiStamps. Erwin Mus- the with 24-0
opened season a
'freshman" in the Sic Wave member of AOM school.
BOWLING cat and R C. Weed both of Bar- decision over the School eleven
the to this jotting daily notes to marine friend
league accomplish racks tied for the third and closed with similar
16 placein a !! s-coie
ff'lIt--nnd was the third high play- 1 I at Edenton. N. C Plenty of talentin LEAGUE STANDINGS
the contest and divided the $5 against the Salts
a for in the voting for the American works of James Graham, AOM Team W. L and $3.25'; in stamps offered for I The Salts were the hard luck
j 2c, who can offer plenty with a I
League most pla't'rIlward AGO 5 1TTF
third and fourth places' team of the league being hard) hit
4 2
in 42. I brush and oil painting. What have I
in tale of L AOMlc TTT 4 2P. S. J. Kwiatkosky. Barracks 63: by personnel transfers Only one
His big: stick and nifty fieldingat we T. .A W. 3 3 Ship Company regular who started -
shortstop was one of the major : and his added interests in the art AfcM 2 4 FV.. Muiphy Barracks 57; and : the available for
of technicolor DUpennary 0 C Roy Sword Barracks 63 won season was
factors! in the Red Sox second place ; I
the final
week this -. I fifth sixth, and seventh placesrespectively game
finish in 1942 behind the Yankees And so, until next at I
I The MAD. Raiders
chatter and
time-when the
Now 25; same
years old. Johnny plans very
School's Radio-waves IE then
I 6 AA 721 7V* 2160AfcM 13.25 in Louis Barricelli
should be thick and furious-bonvoyage' -- stamps
1o) resume his career with the Boston I
I W6 724 69203:1 scoreless duel but neither team
in the IBM and E. G
,, Department
club "if the war doesn last -
had enough drive to crack the
too l long" -t. -- TTT M6 64W 804-22J* Mount. Barracks 19. tied for eighth
: PT&W 735 626 640-2021AOO I place and divided the $325 in other's defense. Outside i>It two
Pesky, who has been stationedat GET VP THE IMH'GII J threats! by the Marines the battle]
Amherst Mass? Chapel Hill I FOR r., I. JOE: 652 606 POS..-2f4 stamps. was waged in midfield.
Peru, Ind. Bainbridge and now is Dis Jvoo '613 606 504-1)13 i' The contest In progress duringthe The Radio-waves', coached hy
a station officer at NAS Atlanta I 1 I only flch Ititskind I; the Navy 63 to 61.won) tie fame In extra frame, football season, was sponsoredby Athletic Specialist N.. 0, Washington -

currently is a student in the Airplane i He made the change from the NATTC Section of Jar Air who took over sheer

Crash Fire lighting and shortstop to "Salt" in Novemberof High game Seeley. TTT 2ro- i News with the cooperation of the George Kebba left, halted a Marine -

Rescue School at NATTC the 1942 High series. Seeley, TTT 538' Welfare Department drive on their 10 yard lien; '
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In the second quarter. The" game

'Bi> Team" Rules NA TTC Gridiron ended with the Marine, having
first and 10 the Schools 20.
"" ., ,- ., ."y. on
A neat 40 yard run bv rtillbatck

f Brown and a 14->'ard pas sparked -
.0 this late drive.

". ........;... '" tLl r fw A penalty for roughing the kicker -
'. ." tt ,. ; / nullified a third Raider threat

,.' ." .!IV.c' < Back Tannenbaum raced 65 yardson
a punt return to the School

,,15 yard line, but the play wan'
called back and the Raiders assessed -

five yards

The league was considered the

most' successful of any previous

f grid loop at the Center and provided
pleasure and entertainmentfor

both players and spectators

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I Specialists Leave
N F I Ir Irr
Athletic Department

Six athletic specialists have been
rtt't detached from the NATTC Physical -
Training Department within

the last two weeks, including
., Chief George Kebba who has been
S N9T I counted to .
t II upon play plenty of
1 I basketball for the Air Raiders

this season'

: In addition to Kebba, others in

the group are Chief > Smokey
: :
f : Brothers m charge of conditioning -

: : ; Chief Norman Hansen, in

: a charge of wrestling: L. J. Fowler

SpiA)2r I soccer instructor; Shep

Freed, Sp( A )2c. tumbling instructor -

; and Andy Anderson, SpA)

ApA1's vlctorioulIJ1Id8t". known affectionately 8'1 the "Big" JlofkI1.h... "Ik't'f Trust;' have prated tCl be the rise' of the NATTC 'oot- 2c. swimming! instructor

ball Conference and pictured above are tM lad Mho did It. Kneeling; from left to right are G. lhplis, line. ceoch, and head Coach Tuk Barley Most of the specialists went to
The players' are, from I. to r., bottom row, IJrflkl, L. "Smith J, Coulter, Lf'Jrand, ..'If'rrtf'.ul..h.. Raman, LMtln; second row, Freysz, Sampson, N Y, to attend the Na.vy's

Rush, Sheppanl IC4'Kf'r'II'On, R (4'I1I1I4, Tannf'hm, Lnl'1't'k; third row, Ofllt4", ( accamisl, "u'klM'r, ('flt. Kretkowski, Johnson, Rehabilitation School.
Young C9tne, Colwell: top row, Vilet (n"f'", Jlollman, Van Zant, Shirley, McFadckn and \Vt'fIItlheL Ileynokls", and Tackle J. Davis -'-'

were not present when the squad looked at the Wrtlle. BUY BONDS

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Page Twelve NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 30 November, 1944

) Spend Your Navy Pay For War Bonds On Pearl Harbor Day I

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i Not One,'But Three----- Captain Lynch 1 Regular; On The Bond Team

I- : ,.. {)

r Makes Stirring /,-; >f
I .' ,,
!, ;fiA .. Yr
War Bond Appeal "",>.
'.. '
: ,fl"
I 0-
I "The way to shorten this war is
',hit the enemy now with every-
thing we have, while he is groggy .
and trying to get his second
wind," Capt. J. B. Lynch, Com- t
manding NATTC, declared this a
week in an appeal to civilian, na- a
val, and Marine personnel to buy
extra War Bonds. His statement -
"All of us desire victory in this
\ war. We want it at the earliest
possible date. We want to get the
war over with. We want to get !
back to our families and our loved I i
b ones. We want to plan and live t'yi.

want our own a victorious lives iirour peace own,way.and We the : T 2::" I : jJ

happiness that will be ours whenwe : /i. :
can resume a normal civilian I ,
life. _
"The way to shorten this waris
I hit the enemy now with everything ero
we have while he is grog-
gy and trying to get his second ,. e
wind. The way to prolong the
) war indefinitely is to fail to fur-
a nish our fighting forces with all the material and equipment they Pearl Harbor, spends his Pearl Harbor pay for Pearl Harbor Day
need to deliver the knockout War Bonds. Immediately after a visit with Lt. (jg) William Marling,
-MI! War acting disbursing officer, Hall purchased an extra $500 bond from
punch. Bonds bought NOW
S2c. The transaction Is '
will WAVE saleswoman Ruth Lilly, pictured
Leave it to the men of the :Marine Aviation Detachment to figure end the provide the wherewithal to above. Now a student In advanced Ordnance School, Hall has purchased -
out a little extra appeal for the purchase of War Bonds. in the Pearl war quickly. a bond a month since enlisting In the Navy in 1912.
Harbor drive. Just as though that "four for three" proposition of the "We are all patriotic, but let's
treasury department were not enough, these gals (or had Iou been be practical about this matter too. Carl Brainard Gives
I Inventor
looking at the bond) to add their bit to make it 100% for the Ma For every day the war is pro- I
rines. In the usual order they are Gloria Vaughan, Millie Crist and longed through failure to providethe
Kitelle Shave, and when they are not with the Marines they can wherewithal to fight, many of : Exhibition Of His "Liaht Oraan"Carl
be found strutting their stuff at the Rainbow Room of the G. W. us now in this station may die
Brainard, S2c, a studentin
thousands in vain. u Every of our"such buddies"Ciay-i increasesthe will die.- the AEM School gave a very I thereby eliminating the need of
GOINGS ON IN I interesting demonstration last replacement. The tubes when
War Bond Booth certainty that of us now
many week of the "light organ" whichhe lighted throw off no heat. Of
WAVE BARRACKS in training, or on duty at this station -
has This exhibitionwas course the biggest factor is that
At Ship's I
will not survive to enjoy the
the tubes
in the auditorium consume no electricitywhen
Flash! staged new
..e Commander J. I). Patterson I peace to follow. We are ready to lighted. Moreover, can
Toy dogs and cats have migrated Ship's Service officer and give our lives if necessary, but it before officers a and group of several hundred use any number of tubes and you they
from Ship's Service to the I Lt. K. E. Wilson, War Bond of- will be tragic indeed if we die men. can be placed at any angle or at
bunks in Bks. 51. It's getting to For his "light organ" Brainard
ficer, announce the owning tomorrow after the victory should have been distance from one another."
the where either the Wavesor used ten colored fluorescent tubes any
point of a War Bond booth in won. Brainard hails from Hollywood
these pets will have to find new Ship's Service Thin booth will "Tomorrow the Peal 1 Harbor which were wired to "the linking where he worked for Lockheed
quarters; therefore, the opening of be manned by rAl.'T'A'I':8: Day Bond Campaign begins. Let's unit," or as it is known in the pat- It was there that he hit upon this
two new barracks. and Hill be open from 0800 to speed the end of the war. Let'sfinish ent office-an electrically ener- idea, his Job being to replace dead
Dirt? 2000 during the Pearl Harbor it fast. Let's give our dollars gized visible unit. This unit in fluorescent tubes. Although he la
There is a steady decline in the bond campaign extending from for early victory, instead of turn is wired to an electrical sound now plenty busy with his coursesin
laundry going out, due to the fact 1 December to 7 December In giving our lives after victory could system.As the AEM School, he is in the
that many family washes are being clusive.Ensign, and should have been won. Cor- the music or voice comes spare time that he can muster .
done by the girls in the new rection-the Navy doesn't ask you through the "linking unit" it is working on a scheme to adapt his
washing' machines. Sometimes the : "Where did you get that to GIVE your dollars. It asks you picked up by the proper fluorescent Invention to aircraft lights
results are not exactly profes- black eye ?" to LOAN them, in the interest of bulb, the sound firing the gas ..... ."
sional but anyway a lot of enJoy- Chief: "In the war" saving your own life, the lives of in the bulb and thereby causing it
ment is encountered. Ensign: "What war?" your comrades in arms, and the to light. The pressure of the gas And What Would You

Casualties: "The boudoir." victory, peace, and security of in the bulb or tube determines the Feed A Zebra Finch
Seaman Coley fell down the lad- yourself and your country. You tone or combination of tones to
der and is now keeping company An officer's wife asked a little will get back every cent you loan which the tube will be sensitive.In If someone gave you a pigmy
with a couple of crutches. Sea- grocery boy in Paris his name. with good interest, in the best investment other words each tube is sen- pouter or a zebra finch, what
man Meter was more fortunate as "Humphrey," answered the boy, 1 in the world sitive to a particular note or tone would you feed it? The sailor
she regained her voice after a and added that his last name was I "Buy Bonds to the limit of your and will light only when that I who has the dope on this puzzler
short rest in the Waves new dis Bogart ability. Buy at least one 'extra' sound comes through the sound I is M. S. Sharp, S2c, from Savannah -
pensary. A small item not exactly "Humphrey Bogart, eh?" said Bond in the Pearl Harbor Day system. The volume of the tone Ga, attached to small stores.
a casualty is the loss of one hot the officer's wife "That's a pretty Campaign." governs the brilliance of the light I
Stanko I In civilian life he worked as a
water bottle by Ph3c of the tube.
in the
I storekeeper quartermaster
(Stinky). that this is all the time we arc well known name." "From a commercial point of I depot at Savannah. The story of
Tidbits: allowed to finish our column- "It darn well ought to be," the view," says Brainard, "this set-up our aviarist began in 1933 whenhe
Great preparations are being Shucks! It could have been bet- boy agreed. "I've been delivering would seem to have unlimited pos- was on -a vacation trip to Mi.
made for the coming graduationof ter, just not enough dirt! Anony- groceries in this neighborhood for sibilities. Either dead or live ami. It was then that he thoughtit

the from first Aviation N.A.Tech.Tra.Cen.Waves StorekeepersSchool. mously yours. four years." fluorescent tubes can be used, would _be _fun to_ raise: tropical
and rare birds, and he bought him.
Hortense. This Robertson.distinction SKV2c goes, and to Six Saucy Salty Super Sales gals self several pairs of parakeets.
From then on he had the "bug"and
Dorothy Jeffries, SK2c. We wish '., '
I his collectiqn to include
them luck as they report to Pasco .'-' grew
-. face lose birds, black
Washington, and Corpus Christi ..../ E9r
masked love birds, society finches,
Texas, respectively. Jeff is a a.
shaft tail finch, red, white and
wee bit impatient to return to her
black saddle fantails, jays cocka-
home base as she plans to be mar-
toos, trumpters, tumblers and
ried there Christmas.
several varieties of .
Come One, Come All! parakeets."As
The dance at Cecil Field was a '(r a side line I raised quail
success and a wonderful time was and canaries," says Sharp, and at
had by the Waves who attended. Y : one time I had over 500 birds in
With such a grand orchestra and 1 eHE' Tall"Isis I

pleasant dancing companions a birds came from almost ev- '
larger attendance would be appreciated erv warm spot imaginable The .)
at future dances. weather in Georgia was never
Waves Weekend: surh that he could not leave his
Weekend trips to various points birds out all winter and In orderto
of interest are made continuously keep his winged collection hap.
by members of our clan. The most py it was necessary to have all the
popular being Silver Springs and i nest: boxes the same color and the
St Augustine. It has been known :y N4es ? same height from the floor.

that some of our girls have become : &y ':--

what seasick sailors in the! glass bottom boats Father and was Mother reading was scanning his newspaper a-

Promotions: letter from her son. She interrupted -
If you have noticed the smileson father's reading. "Bill says:
some faces and the frowns on Jacksonville's all right. He likes

others, this might enlighten you a ... his buddies fine and he needs more
bit. Most of the broad grins are x +. money for ammunition."
due to new eagles perched on their i
sleeves The anxious faces belongto Chief: "Your reports should be
the fifteen or so Seamen 2c ( l written in such a manner that even
who took the Seaman Ic tests. If the most ignorant can understand
the results aren't soon published I : < them."
sick bay will really have: its hands< .: Yeoman 3c: "Sure, Chief, what
full t part is It that you don't undaritand -
Chow! | -( ?"
The Thanksgiving Dinner was
really swell and the cooks proved' I "I want your daughter for my '
to be good after all -. How about', wife," said the sailor. .)
Cutting out beans for breakfast? ? If yo have any doubt about the Micce of the Pearl Harbor Bond campaign at NATTC' just take "And what if I'm not willing to
(Ed. Note.-Thi is the Navy, another look at this enthusiastic group These WAVES are assisting Lt. Kenneth E. Wilson, War Bond trade?" the other replied
girls.) II officer and if you are lucky, one will more than likely rail on you to buy an extra Bond, Reading left to I I
Signing Off-The phone is ringIng right, lorothyValdron, S2c; Betty Hartley, Sc: Virginia Stone, PhMJc: Ruth llermlou, Y3e; Ruth I SLAP THE JAPSWITH
.. and Public Relations say Lilly, Sic and Barbara Colburn, SC. WAR BONDS



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