Air-O-Mech (Goldsboro, N.C.) /
Jan. 23, 1943, edition 1 /
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VolUM 1 Vo. S
SBIMOUR JlffllSOH FIBU>. N. C.
JUIUART 2S, IMS
SANNOWCED THIS WEEK
Ihe War Dapartmant aanounoad
this aaSk the pRaotiona of 14 Off>
lears statlonad at Saviour Johnaon
Chaplain Jaaas If. TalntarfAct-
Ing Post Chaplain, uas ralsad In
rank from 1st Llsubanant to Captain.
Bom In St. Gharlao, lllssourl,ChBp>
lain Talntar attandad high schod In
Prario du Chian, Wise. At ths Un>
lasrslty of St. Louis, ha saourad
an A. B. degraa, and latar a Uas-
tar of Arts degraa. In 1922 ha m-
tarad tha Jesuit Order, and uas or
dained In 1935« for several yaars
bs taught In British Honduras.
Joining ths Amy March 21,1942
Chaplain Taintar~was aSslgnad to
savaral lUdidgan Anagr posts, bafors
ocBing to Sajnnour Johnaon Field on
Oct. 24, 1942.
Sea "Promotions", Page 4
NEW SENIOR HOSTESS ARRIVES,
ASSUMES DUTY AT SERVICE CLUB
A dyed-in-tha-wool "uncon-
■tructed rebel,” as she laughingly
calls herself,Is now Senior Hostess
of the Service Club.
Amiaoj./ consenting to be inter
viewed this week,Miss Bernice Cna-
packer, of Durham, N.C., Joshingly
stated her function at the Service
Club would be"to see to it that the
"Yankees" and the "Rekels" get t»
gather and have a good tine.”
"But seriously,"she continued,
"I am interested in making the Ser
vice Club of this post as inviting
as is hxamanly possible for the har^
working soldier. I want to see that
the average soldier makes the Club
the place he goes to idien ha has
Miss Crunpaoker diselosed that
she has already ordered the blue
ardlne uniform idiich is regula
tion with all Amy KOstassas. She
is assisted by Miss Jans Ridenhour,
the Junior Reereational hostess.
A graduate from Duke Univer
sity, Miss Cnapacker was Project
Dlreetor of the H.T.A. War Training
Program in Greenville, N.C., before
taking over her present Job. Prior
to that she taught sohool in Durhaii
SYMPHONY OF THIRTY-EIGHT PIECES
PERFORMS ON POST SATURDAY
The USO-Camp Shows will present
the American Symphony Orchestra in
a concert of popular classical musk
at Theatre 1 at 2000, Saturday,Jan.
23. The 38.-piece orchestra, under
the direction of Lasslo Halase.will
feature the singing of Mne. Elen
I The musib of George Gershwin,
Johann Strauss, Frans Schubert and
other great composers will bo heard.
Mr.Halass was with the Chicago
Opera Compsuy in 1941, emd made his
debut with the company conducting
"Palstaff" in English with John
Charles Thomas in the leading role.
FIs success as a conductor with the
company led to his engagement with
the NBC Symphony Orchestra.
GOLDSBORO IS PllTT0»£ff
When Pvt. Joe Stanwiok, the
ooiHietent poet bugler blows tape
lately,not only do reetlese G.X.'e
toss in their sacks, bub thousands
of local radio listeners are pit to
It seams when the telephone men
were putting vp the circuits around
the post, the telephone wires were
placed rlgtt next to the public ad
dress system wire. So that, idiatmi-
perts call "transfomer action," is
now taking place, with electric Im
pulses Ju^ilng from one wire to the
See "B'Jgler", Page 4
(MIESr JUDGES^ UMffiCIDED
ASK FOR YOUR OimiS
Your newspaper is still without
a name] The response to the name
contest, which ended Jan. 18, was
so tremendous that the Judges, com
posed of a group of officers, have
been unable to narrow their choice
down to one name.
Six names have been voted on ly
the Judges as suitable. The names
SEYHOTO JOHNSON JOURNAL, PUNE
NEWS, AIR-O-WECH, THE TECHNICIAN,
THE GREMLIN and THE FLYING MBCH.
The Judges ask your help. They
want to know which of the above
names you think is best for th e
caiap newspaper. Your opinions will
sway the final decision of the
Your Tctes will have to bo at
the newspaper office in the Service
Club not-iiatar than 1200, Tuesday,
Jan. 26. The winning name sind the
soldier idio is entitled to tha $5
nrlze will be announced Jan. 30.
PLAYWRIGHT MAXWELL ANDERSON
VISITS FIELD TO SEE SON
Baxircll Andcraon, PulltMiv
PrlM winning playwrl|D>t, and auth
or of the current B'way aucceas,
"Tha Eva of St. llaric,” paid an un-
oi^actad viait to Seymour Jbhnaon
Field Sunday, bafora taking off for
the fighting fronta.
Sea "Playwright", Page 4
GENERAimVERSEMIS MESSAGE ID AAFTTC PERSML
In a paraonal maasaga to all paraonnal of the Amy Air Forcaa
Training OBama^, Major Qanaral V.S.«aavar daidlarad recently
that tha ooKtng year will praaant many new problama for the Air Forces
M Ath ^ continued cooperation of all tha paraonnal, "tha TTC wlU
oontlnna to imrsasa ita oontribution toward the attainment of victory
over our anteiaa."
"Maw taaka will continue to confront us, «-nd in addition wa
to Inrova tha anality of ear graduated atudants by avaiy
poasiblm means. Couraaa and methods of instruction mat be oarafmlly
studied and raviaad, both to tito praaont eurrioula and to koop Mnaat
of ehangas and iiqirovamonts in a^paont."
"I dsslra to oi^ross mr tiaeore ^praeiation for your untie
ing afforta and loyal airport during tha past year,” Qan. Vaavar said.
^Hiring that tlma, tha OoMand haa multipliad ovar thraa times in alas
*Qd ma^ timas in the variety of funetiona."
"In ^plta of trmaandous diffieultiss, you banra aoeompliabad
nm^ appointod tasks aff ielantly and without iatorruptlon of
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