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Creation Date: June 7, 1945
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VOL 3, No. 13 "'? % 7 June, 1945 j!


,". An Activity of the Naval Air Operational Training Command 11


U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA I(




.Academy Grads To Train Here Ii 1



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Will Arrive On Sunday II III

Black Cat Exec List Of
Tops I For One-Month CourseIn I''





Medal Winners Here Saturday Air officials IndoctrinationNaval announced late yesterday that 470 members

of the current Annapolis graduating class will undergoan I''

aviation indoctrination course at NAS Jacksonville, beginning !
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I 18 Others Also P-Boat Medal Winner Monday, 11 June.
I The course will be divided into two sections of one month :reach

Earn PBY Awards with 235 newly-commissioned ensigns attending each :
session. Students will be 4'

; Lt. Comdr.. James F Mer- members of the Naval Academy !Heads Academy Croup t I

" ritt, former executive officerof class of 191C, graduated __ .
Black Cat squadron that as r rjr
a one year early because of wart V.
has just returned to the Unit- i m e curriculum speedups.

ed States from the Philip- I The first group is scheduledto jr jrI

pines-Celebes area, lounfad' t I arrive Sunday. i'.

t out his impressive collectionof + I To a large degree the indoc- :

medals Saturday morning : trination program will be the 7 jrj
when he received a Distin- j
same as that given to An-
guished Flying Cross, a Gold napolis graduates at this sta-

Star in lieu of a second DFC tion last year, except that grad-
and a Presidential Unit Cita- uates planning to enter the fieldof

tion ribbon with Bronze Star ..rvv aviation, having: already received -I

from Capt. Herbert E. Ilegan. previous assignments will
be -
not included
One of the most decorated !
1'urpuse
PBY pilots in the Navy, Lt. The principal purpose of the indoctrination

Comdr. Merritt had alreadywon course, according to i
the Navy Cross, Silver the Navy Department, is to providethe
Star Air Medal and the Purple non-flying deck officer with 1
Heart. "a general knowledge of fleet

The bemedaled flier's Jackson- aviation and fleet aircraft in order t _J ,
1' '11' J
ville-awarded DFC went to him for I that he may have a foundation M
I COMDK, rJIILLH'S, who is in j
his widely-heralded attack ort a upon which to base a broader charge of the Annapolis grad-
comprehension of Naval aviationand
.- Japanese freighter-transport last uates who will report here Sun- I
September, during which he flew a wider knowledge of the uses day for a one-month course in I
low that he came back home I ---'- n. of Naval aircraft"The
Aviation
so indoctrination
LT. cO lIm. JAMES 1'. MKKK1TT, former executive officer of
with part of the ship's mast in his Navy further expects the
VPB-33 in the western Pacific, and now a flight instructor for
._ I
and course to deck
wing He made 17 strafing encourage officersto
VPB2-1 here is shown above right, receiving the Distinguished Fly
.. bombing runs on this vessel beforehe "look upon aircraft as Naval The Station SceneThe
ing Cross from Capt. Herbert E. Regan at last Saturday's medal
was satisfied that it was suffi- weapons and as instruments in the
Lt. Comdr. Merritt also received the Gold Star and the
ciently afire to guarantee its destruction ceremonies. schemes of defense and offense; an II flashing off the stiver
Presidential Unit Citation. Eighteen other PBY pilots and aircrew- and to NATS
strengthen the ties of un- icings of incoming plane
GULl STAR men. were decorated at the ceremony derstanding and mutual coopera- ritcling/ oter the St. Johns.
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The Gold Star went to Lt. -- --I tion which must always exist between *
non-flying and flying offi Sailors stopping to u'atch trep-
Comdr Merritt for his less-colorful Instruction Not Fun
but just-as-effective destruction ofa i cers of our Naval service Idation-filled WAVE uncertainly/ i
Officer in charge of the Annapolis maneuvering ted motor scooter

in vessel large the in southwest armed a night Japanese Black Pacific Cat merchant area attack I Will Be Theme Of New A. Phillips students of the will Naval be'Comdr.Academy.R. through Langley r r street o traffic. ;I

Coordinator for the Naval Air Operational That "gab gab. mthslnn Kitsy"
Lt Comdr. Merritt was awardedthe I
PoolA Training Command staff in that office in the mainad
Presidential Unit Citation for I Indoor Swimming I #
Continued on rage Two will be Comdr. Arden Packard, building
--- who will be assisted by Lt. Comdr. V M
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Replaces SchocchCOMimVMLLIAM : I new building at Enterprise and Gillis will shortly be French VPB2-1 Gray, of training squadron sailor Lone,happily/ shimming-tniMl,'- ('lad ('
spraying newly-
of all hands in all
for the instruction phasesof
commissioned
I Among the facilities which will planted grass and himself in rear
f.;: e' swimming. Obtained through the joint efforts of the be used in the course will be thoseof of Building 95}. ,

s-' NATTC and NAS Physical Training Departments, the build- patrol bombing squadron VPB n
2-1 at the main station the dive The lovers'-lane aura surrounding '
for --------- -
used
will be mainly
ing bombing squadron at NAAS Cecil those bus stop sheds in the
instructional purposes. D-Day Anniversary Field, the fighter-plane squadronsat tree sma' hours.
The pool is 155 feet by 75 Observed Yesterday NAAS Green Cove Springs, the --- -

feet, with depths graduated General Eisenhower issued a land-based bomber squadron at NAS Drill Publicized
from three to 15 feet. The proclamation designating yesterday NAAS Municipal No. 1, the Naval
6 June, as a special informal Air Gunners School at Yellow I NAS Jacksonville's PBY ditching -
graduations are arranged so holiday for Allied troops abroad in Water and an NAOTC aircraft drill instruction was publicized ti
that three classes can be under instruction observance of the anniversary of carrier I throughout the Navy this week
at the same time. In the D-Day. Catalina lights 'when a two-page spread of pic
east end, a space of shallow Water There were no formal ceremonies Actual flights will be made by tures and descriptive data ap-
approximately 75 by 75 feet but wherever American the students in PBY Catahnas of peared in Naval Aviation News
will be used to teach nonswimmers VPB21. This magazine published by the
troops gathered there was an unusual squadron squadron Navy
show of comradeship. Continued on Page Seven Department in Washington
The center section will be oc
Q cupied by a Dilbert Dunker where Pool
" P I New NAS-NATTC Indoor Swimming Building I
student officers and aircrewmencan ,
.
practice ditching drills. The ."" : ',, W",w'", ."' "'!i:''jt :t.I., """!, "'tlqv:..':';..'!iA: .., :..:J t' .. ,,
LI west end has a built-up section I > > ,'jf;'' ": ."'f,,'" "'''''+'' :;" ">.'', -r l ,, '+, .
:: t.t'f simulating the side of a ship, and '' .'. i'". ." , f ; .
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will be rigged with cargo nets, > ,: '
; :- : E. C.KNTNKR lines, Jacob's ladders and raft : ." &.> ,. ..s+; ;:
I. JR., USN, has been named skids. The jump platforms are at rr y":',; .
{I' head of training for the Naval varied heights ranging from threeto tL']
Air Operational Training Com- 25 feet.
, mand, replacing Capt. W. A. Parachute lUg
I Schoech, it was announced this Ranging lengthwise down the 144
!1", week. A graduate of the Naval pool will be a steel cable running : !.
,:. Academy Class of 1930, and a from the highest point above the : .- -:
i naval aviator Comdr. Gentner tower to a main beam about tfuco- : ? ": ,
\..I served as executive officer of the quarters of the way down toward .
( carrier Mission Bay immediately the shallow end.
, prior to reporting here. Al- A parachute rig will be lashed to
I thoug a native of California, all the cable, permitting an actual
his sea service during World jump and water landing to be sim-
War II has been in the Atlantic. ulated so that students can learn !J
He holds the Legion of Merit, a in safety how to overcome the :
commendation medal for opera- possible clangers and difficulties to
tions against blockade runners, be met if they hale out over water.
and the Cruziero do Sul, "South. The pool will be regulated by a -
;__n I..1PitQlA..H: _: i i
ern Cross"-the Brazilian Medal giant modern filter plant which ,. l* **$Si ix: *"
circulation Tills ON-TO-KE-orKNhI; building at the corner of Gillis and Enterprise streets will house anew
ol Honor. He also is .n honor. keeps the water in constant
ary member of the Brazilian\ Air through the cleansing vats, instructional swimming pool, as well as administrative offices for the physical\ training depart J
Forc Continued on Page SU menta of both NATTC and N AS.


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. Medal Winners ASSEMBLY-REPAIR OVERHAUL RATE- I



I FOR MAY PASSES BUAER SCHEDULE!


Setting a record of productionof -

which they may well ba proud, I A & R Assembly Lino IIi

personnel of Assembly'and Repair *s T&- >*ie* here have met exceeded all Bu )

Aer schedules during the past ,

three months, and in the month

just past overhauled as many; 1
fighter and transport type aircraft ,; I' t'1 !

I and R-2800 type aircraft engines, ,\
i as were' allowed by the Bureau '\

maximum limits.

With all Bureau of Aeronautics

schedules being met or surpassed, t A"kr
attention is now being shifted to ,

the large backlogs of manufacturing a 1 1t
and structural Class 265 repair dr

work for the Supply Department. i fy'

As soon as these categories can r 4 t "

be reduced to normal size, the As- \

sembly and Repair Department J JI
j plans to reduce working hours I
I from two nine-hour shifts to two

I I eight-hour shifts daily. It is ex. it

pected that this changeover will be .
: accomplished within the next two
months.

}h,.. ,.rwr ,. +re arc j Security reasons preclude pub "' r ..1I

lication of the numbers of air- -TillS IS TIlE "'shop where all |- assembled, for rerouting to parts 'i

planes and aircraft engines overhauled I single-engined planes being repair shops, and where they are a
during May, but the follow- overhauled by the NAB JacksonI I reassembled a short time later, ," I,

ing increases over April's pi'educ yule A&R Department are dis- I ready for flight again. :
tion have been chalked up -
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Fighter type aircraft . 14 per' cent INSURANCE I.The I.
R4D type aircraft . .200 per' rent a
Aim alt engines . . 8 per cent -
( following article, written
Even more to their credit, May's I If my wife decided to put the ;
releasedby
enlisted was
man,
increases were accomplished with by an $2,000 in a bank and live on it. It 1 1II

A 1 per cent less personnel than were the station i Insurance office would last about a year and a half

employed during the previous last week. It Is the first of a II at the most. Then what would

month. series on the National Service happen to her'I hate to think of

Daily production reports from Life Insurance plan.-Ed.) it. If she wanted to buy a store,
each shop in each division of A about she would find that $2000 is not I
I have been thinking my
& R reveal the following increasesin such a big amount after all. If
production by division during insurance. I mean both kinds. I she decided to invest it, the investment

Way as compared with April: have a $2,000 commercial life in- wouldn't provide enough for

surance policy and also $10,000- her to live on. But with the $2,000
Accessories Division . .17.7 per cent
Assembly Division .. .13.9 per cent the government kind, National handed to her in a lump sum and
Electrical Division .. .3.04 yr cent an income of an additional $1,440
Service Life Insurance
Eng Ovhl Division..6.31 per cent over a great period] of years, she
Flight Hn &Test iab Division. . .8.11.16.2 per per cent cent I have always said that if it I should be able to live comfortably, .

Int Overhaul Divislon..63.3' per cent weren't for my commercial life Insurance I and I know my child would always -

Machine Division . 12.5: per centMetal policy which is paid in one have something to eat and
. . 35.1 cent
Division per
structures Division . 15.8: per cent lump sum, my wife would not be something nice to wear all the
Ordnance Division .6.22: per cent able to manage on the amount of time. You see, if I were a civilian i iI
Overhaul Control Dlv. 99.9 per cent money she would get from the gov- I I wouldn't be able to do all of this J

A&Production R Dept. Increase .In 20.4 per cent ernment on my $10-000 policy in for my family. '

--- event of my death. This problem I Now that I've found out a lot
I always bothered me I couldn't about insurance that I didn't knowI

Y A V-12 Now Offers I see why the $2,000 policy would be am all out in favor of this kind

better than the $10,000 one, so I i of protection for my family. After

i I decided once and for all to find.out the war is over and I return to

Yig Aviation TrainingEnlisted I I what the government would pay civilian life, you can bet jour last
my wife. After all, I have a wife dollar that I'm going to have my

.s and child and I want to see them government insurance convertedand
for V-12 officer
applicants choose I taken care of if something should keep on carrying the policy.

training may now happen. to me. I _n_ _. ....
aviation as their specialized field of I went to the Insurance Office

study, the station educational of- and told them I wanted to get the
fice announced this week in callingfor low-down and nothing else, but !NAS QuiT .
-
for the seventh'ses.sion am
volunteers
with ."
.Ly I no if s After they explainedit
of V-12
to me, I the most
was
+. surprised
V-12 training previously led to and sailor in the Defeats
happiest Navy AtlantaA
commissioning only in the deck, I Yard. .

r engineering or Supply Corps First of all, my wife gets I ,
branches. lump high flying quiz team from '
base for six
months in
Each applicant must meet the I pay a NAS Jacksonville visited Atlanta ,
sum. That means that since I
following general requirements: ama Saturflay to defeat an all-star NAS I''
(1)) Be less than 23 years of age I I second-class mate and earn $96 a I' Atlanta team by a score of 150 to :.
month, she '
immediately gets $576
on 1 November, 1945: ; (2)) be unmarried I' 140
Also. Uncle Sam is
and agree to remain sin going to pay The two teams met on the week-
gle until commissioned unless otherwise her $50 a month plus $15 for the ly Navy broadcast "Soar to a

separated from the program kid.But I Score"' over WSB A rebroadcast

; ((3)) agree to change in rating ment insurance that isn't all. The govern- : of the program was carried onWPDQ
which
to apprentice seaman; ((4)) be a I thoughtwasn't in Jacksonville by means
I
high school graduate, or have av much pays her $5510 for of transcription en Monday night.
20 I
With
war diploma from an accredited years this insurance and i Making up the winning Jax team

high school, or have been accept her pension money, she would be i were MT Sgt. Donald Brown, Seat-

for admission to an accredited college entitled to about $120 a month, tie, Washington, of the VM Unit;
; ((5) be physically qualifiedfor and, well, that ain't hay. She and Joe Wickham. Y2c, West Point

t r a rss commissioned rank. I my child can live on that amount; Ga., from VPB2; and Peter Dias,
-- Application blanks may be ob- I: she could probably get a job and Y2c, Newark, N. J., of the Personnel -
IN ADDITION TO LT. COMDR. MERRITT the above make
,
in
group tained at the Station Educational enough addition. for the Office.
was also decorated at last Saturday's inspection ceremonies at I kid to
Squadron to
Office, Room 225, Bldg. 954, and go college. I The losing Atlanta team was
VPB2-1 They are, top to bottom, left to right: Lt. Clute, must be completed and returnedto j I So, when I found out all these composed of C. R. Johnson, Aer
Rogers, Kelly, Chief Packard, McHenry, Kiel, Chief Bullman Jones
answers about the
government insurance ..
later
that office no than 23 rile, Longvlew, Tex; R. C. Price', .
Wolf Sherrod, Yukas and Munroe.Kemery, Foley, Murphy, Bujah, Bowers, Farkas, June, it was pointed out. I saw, quickly that It's Pr2c, Canton, Ohio; and WAVE .,..,.
really worth
every cent it costs
,
Marian
--- Brittingham, SpT)3c( Col-
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EDGAR KENNEDY, the well and it's dirt cheap. I had figuredall orado Springs, Colo.

Black Cat Exec Tops known screen star, visited the hospital along that my wife would be Sgt. Brown and WAVE Britting-
well off with
$2,000 of
Tuesday, May 29th. Mr. Ken- But when insurance ham tied for individual top corwg'honors
nedy, his wife and daughter gavea you get it all explained with 100 points each.
PBY Decoration List special performance before the to you, you'can see that it isn't --IJ.--
enough. She 11
get that $2,000 in a
movie
regular Tuesday eveningand
Continues' Iron Page 1 several brief performances on lump sum, and while that's a good- Senator' Lamer Is

service with Squadron VPB-34, to Nace F. Rogers, AOMlc, of Jack- the various sized chunk of dough, everyone For
sonville Fla. wards.It knows that won't last long without Navy Uniform
which he was attached before becoming for "carrying out -
executive officer of anti-submarine offensive patrols in some additional income. And "
another LAST ATLANTIC SINKINGThe
J'I oJ
that's where lio.
I've ia
found out that the ern .
Black Cat squadron whose the Bay of Biscay and the English destroyer escort USS

combat record and designation has channel" from December 1943 to I I Frederick C. Davis, was the last government in life insurance will I Senator Langer (R-ND) has decided -

not yet been released by Naval July 1944, as a member of a Navy U. warship sunk in the Atlantic will come mighty handy. :My wife I that the sailors among his

authorities in Washington. bombing plane crew. before V-E Day. It was hit by a total get from the government a constituents don't like bell bot-

Altogether the former Black Cat The Gold Star in lieu of a sec- torpedo from a U-Boat. period of of$1,440 each year over a toms, jumpers, collars, necker-

exec is credited with destroying, ond Air Medal was awarded to how many years. So you see chiefs and pocket-watch sized
Two, Chief Herbert Bullman and that compares with getting pockets. In short, he believes said
Walter F
,
with his crew, more than 40,000 Kelly, AMM3c, of Ra- two
Charles Farkas, ARM2c, received grand in a lump sum and constituents don't like their tradi-
tons of Jap shipping. He is now a leigh, N. C., for "distinguishing *
nothing further
heir PUC ribbons for duty with after that tion-encrusted but im-
flight instructor at squadron VPB himself by meritorious acts while : allegedly
2-1, and is a native of Benton, La. participating in aerial flights as I VP-22 during tile evacuation or practical uniforms, and Senator
I the and Dutch East Langer to do something
Philippines proposes
combat aircrewman
Second highest award at lutSaturday's of a carrier- WEDDINGS
was the based dive bomber in attacks Indies In the early part of 1942. about it.
ceremony The others received their ribbons He has Introduced a bill beforethe
Army Oak Leaf Cluster, presentedin against enemy positions in the The; following weddings"
for duty with Black Cat squadrons werept'rrormt'd Senate which: asks that all .
lieu of a second DFC to Lt. Philippines, Formosa, Nansei Shoto at Station Chapels: the
items be, done
VP-11 VP-34 and VP52.: annoying away
Theyare
George S. Clute, also a flight instructor and Pescadores, and against enemy May 23: Victor I:. Stucky and with and a more "modern" rig instituted -
at VPB2-1. His Clusterwas warships and merchant vessels." : Louis D. Trautweln
Chief Douglas P. Packard, Keith ; Mar 26: Vernon so that when Mac goeson
awarded by the Fifth Air The Purple Heart went to John W. Bowers, AMMlc; Leo Bujak, II. Felton and Olive Bell; Slay shore liberty, only his swaggering -

Force for "sustained operational Murphy, Mansfield Ohio, for AMM2c John Foley, ARM3c Vincent 28: Irving Herbst and trances' A. rolling gait will look the
; ;
flight missions in the southwest wounds received while attached to AMM2c Clifford Horowitz; May 29: We ley A. same
Kemery,
Pacific area from 13 to Carrier Division ; Rood and Helen J. Kvnoch June
September 22 in the Pacific. Kiel AMM2c Everett ; The Associated Press reports
McHenry, '
; 1: John II. Frchart
30 December 1943. and Harriet
that a Navy board haa the uniform
The remainder of those
deco- AMMlc; John Yukas, AMMlc;' Jane Block
; June 2: Militant\
L.
situation but
OTHER AWARDS rated received the PresidentialUnit Clinton Jones, ARM2c; Virgil under consideration,
Hanky and.. Agnes....
Among other decorations awarded Citation for service with PBY Harold Compos; any drastic change is unlikely un-
I Wolf, ARM2c; Munroe, June 3: Leslie U, Hard and Doris til
was the Navy Air Medal to squadrons in the Pacific theater. RMlc;.Jack Sherrod, AMM2o, E. Hall. terial after IIbort.gu.Page V-J day. because of ,ma.



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7 June, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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THERE ARE PROBABLY still
! ( a lot of benighted souls in the 1.J
I \ world who figure the WAVES haveno .J
l business sense except when it j i--1*
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:, t r comes to giving jhe business to j
i some unwary sailor. Because galsIn J' & 'I
the Navy are still gals and -I T. mciiAiU) J. BARRETT' : ,

therefore get married, there are above, has been appointed Public l
1.t. 1 1'i U : probably some people who still ', Relations Officer for the Naval _I
1I ,. r4 I I with think money we don't after know the engagementring what to do Air Operational Training Command .1 i
staff It announced .
was
1
is paid for. 'Tis a delusion,
'i U.S.NAVAL HOSPITAL I
Before
here last week. takingover t
,
mates, and heiewlth the proof:
! his new position he was attached j
LIST FAMILY RE-UNITED A random group of the skirted to the NAOTC Instruc-
when S/Sgt. Murdock K. List, Navy was recently asked, "What t tors' School on this station. Be- ,
USA, and RdM2c Leonardo J. List, would you do if somebody sud I fore oomlng to Jacksonville Lt.
USNIt, return from overseas duty. .__ .. ,......... 11' __ -_-..___ _.,_ denly presented you with $1000 *" I Barrett saw overseas duty with
There were five or the six List ; Not one said she would use it in VF-29 aboard the USS
ARMY COLONEL FRANK ADAMO: left, one of the heroes of I Squadron
children home in Salem N. J.; for; Bilibid prison camp at Manila, is welcomed aboard NAS Jacksonvilleby any way to promote a postwar Santee. He is a graduate of the
i this grand occasion -home from Comdr, Fred H Gage, yard officer and first lieutenant, when Col. vine-covered cottage the (although I University of North Carolina,
II" all parts of the wnrli, Ens. Ann Adamo paid a brief visit to the station last week. "The...Tapanese perhaps when word got and, before entering the Naval
! List (IIC), USNR has just returned I are crafty and cunning people whose psychology it is difficult to I around, it seems logical to suspect I I Service in April, 1942, was em-
that some of the bell bottomed I,
from her seven days leave understand," said the colonel; "we cannot tell what they may do. It ployed by Life Magazine in New '
realize she their
boys would was ;
and tells us all about it. Miss List behooves us to continue to work here at home and back up.the boys I' York City ri
bad not seen her brother Murdock on the fighting front by purchasing war bonds, for the Japanese can dream girl.) 'j --
j Qr nearly three years or Leonardor I make it a lengthy conflict if they so desire." Col. Adamo was cap- j TAKING A REALISTIC VIEW, 15 June Deadline
each WAVE said that for now
) over two years.: RdM2c Leonardo tured when the Japs seized Corregidor.
'
J. List just returned from she would tuck it away in war
Okinawa and S/Sgt. Murdock K.I I, bonds and let it garner Interest
I List from Germany, where he has I TVould-BeDuck-Nitpper I until the final peace: Then three 'I For' Tax Estimates
been serving; with the 8th Army. of them thought they would invest
Miss List's two sisters were home it in the snazziest and most beauI I If you did not have to file a
this past week-end for the grand Is Caught RedHandedThe tiful of convertible coupes Con- declaration of estimated income
s home coming; Mrs Helene M I servation minded they are anxious tax: on 15 March, but you now ex _
to shoe leather for
Craner is a member of the American conserve along pect to earn enough money this
I Red Cross and is stationed at multiple station friend of I time to come! I year, you must file a declarationby
England General Hospital, Atlantic NAS Car Transfers Another mote serious minded 15 June, local officials reminded '
Fubar the pet duck, owe a
said she she'd
City and Mrs Jyne M. Delaney yeomah thought Just this week.
makes her home in Chicago where' mighty debt of gratitude to Lt. leave hers in bonds indefinitely.She I Those who did fileon 15 March,

her husband is employed as a Commander Theodore tLach man, i Snafu figured the financial and job but whose income or dependencystatus
chemist at DuPonts. There were who lastveek nipped an obtwui Frequently situation might not be too easyin has changed since then,
more members of the List family the great outer Civilian World should file an amended declara-
i together this past week-end than'' case of duck napping. I NAS personnel usually drive and thought it would be a right tion by 15 June. If there has been
has been possible in over four Fubar, echo is used to being their cars within the 30 mile an comfortable feeling to have a sheafof i no change, no amendment is required -
,
years. We are sorry that the third fed by ptactically all hands, considers hour speed limit, but in transfer- bonds lying around handy. .
brother couldn't be present, Edward any approach a friendlyone ring title to the autos they breakall THE IRISH BROGUE rolled as I' Persons required to file such ,
M. List AMMlc. USNR, who and teas doubtlessly swrpmed speed limits, according to the another gal said suuirre and she'dI I declarations are those who expectto
la now stationed in California. quackless to find himself Legal Assistance Officer, Lt Ro- be taking a trip back to ,old Ireland earn base pay, longevity pay,
AWARDS INCLUDE:: picked up and on his uviy to be ger J. Waybright. to see her mlther1! Yow. I i sea pay, and flight pay of $2,000or i
Lt. Benjamin F. Curries USNR. locked (in the luggage ('ompa.ttI Many cases have come to his of- m vourneen. what a celebrationthat more during the year 1945; or
was presented the Gold Star in nt of a car. Just before the fice lately, he stated where an au- would be making! I those who expect enough income
lieu of a second Air :Medal dire deed, teas done, however, tomobile has been sold six or seven A land-bound sailor with sea I from outside sources to total $500or
Dixon. Thomas, CPL. USMC, and Our Hero came upon the scene times within a few months, with- going ambitions said she'd get on more when combined with Navy '"
Langford, Horace S., Pfc., USMC, and recognized Fubar. The cwJ- out title papers ever being trans. the first fruit freighter, wave the : pay in excess of $1,500.
were presented the Purple Heart. grit stated simply that he was ferred; then someone wants a gasoline bonds at the skipper and ask for I II Anyone needing assistance or
Frashier Donald Ray. MM2c, tak\nq Fubar home I ration book and can't get the as many sea miles as the bonds forms may obtain either at the
USNR. was given the PresidentialUnit Lt Comdr. Lafhtnan had a rationing panel to issue it becausehe would buy. Then she'd Just sit I Legal Assistance Office, Building:
Citation. title on deck. eat. sleep, and sleep, and 93U.
different idea and said so. Soo can't show he has good : I e
until she docked at home .
Roy Thomas Morgan: [ PhMlc. of the"ghosts" eat port -" -
Fubar still is free to waddle and by that time one or two :!
USNR, was awarded the Presidential of title have again..
about the green grass and beg in the chain .
Unit Citation with bronze star. for doughnuts, but if he seems been transferred to sea, and the THE I- .I.OIUD WEATHER was NAS Mormons Plan
-PhMJlc Morgan has also received to hare a auspicious gleam in man has a car he can't use. being unusually tropical when one
orders and will be detached from his eye, you know why No doubt All titles to automobiles have to WAVE caught the question and

this station June 5th. he. is pondering, the perfidy of be transferred in proper form be- that quick with as a the flash temperature she answered stuck Summer 1 Program

WEDDING BELLS: man, and the possible trip to the fore a notary public and registeredin where it was, a small portion of
Kay Stammer. PhMlc. USNR. he hate, madeto before the
cooking pot might some state purchasergets the would disappear immediately Meeting each Wednesday eve-
and CQM,Grady Harris USN. were -eaie up the meat shortage in good title and can apply for a money for the purchase of a ning at 1900 in the Small Chapel,
1 married in Boston, Mass, on May I a certain faintly gasoline ration, and both the seller half dozen more seersucker uniform Birmingham Avenue and Mustin
27th Chief Harris has just re- This is official notice to all and purchaser should go by the dresses, Ah yes, ironing is Road the Mormon Servicemen and .
turned from two years overseas hands that Fubar is not just a ration board in building 930 to Indeed a steamy chore on nights Women of this station have com-
r duty. I hunk: of tinrationed meat wan surrender the seller's gasoline like these! pleted arrangements for their summer -
Betty Baker PhMSc. USNR, and and fill out the O,P.A
dertnq loose. He is a station pet, coupons Along the same general line of program Included with the ,
Fred Wesson PhMlc, USNR were forms then to the Legal As-
cared for and enjoyed bimuny come clothes was another reply. A blue weekly study class will be occa- i
married in Baltimore, Md. PhMlc of the station personnel Any sistance Office in the same build- skirt who is about to marry herman atonal picnics and socials, the first
Wesson was formerly stationed at further, attempts at such. foul ing to transfer title, he stated home-from the wars said of which was held the 16th of :May
the Naval Hospital here and is now theft will carry much. more serious - she'd like to use it to buy a com in the Housing Area Park* Another
awaiting further orders. consequences, than a mere pletely out of this world trousseau. socia lis scheduled the first
NEW MEN ABOARD: warning (although we very much. Lt. Comdr. Humphrey She sounded just a shade wistfulas or middle part of June. \
Lt L. C. Posey (MC), USNR, hope Fubar.'s recent rescuer rfe\v VPB2-1 Exec she ,remarked she was afraid Gale Turner, a capable Instructor t, '
has been assigned to the La bo i a- made a neat little speech. well he'd forget what she looked like will continue directing the
tory. laced with USX brimstone Mr. Lt. Comdr Arthur C. Humphrey, in civvies and seems that blue is study course. Recreational pro-
Pharm. J. H. Martens (HC), Lachman, air, we thank you! USNR, relieved Lt Comdr LucienS. .NOT one of his favorite colors grams will be planned by Merrill
USN, has been assigned! as Educational .!! i i, Kempf, USNR, as Executive Of- ONE WIIOLRt(:AJY mar Swensen and his committee. The
Officer Mr. Martens ie- ficer of VPB 2-1 on 5 May, Mr. ried and finds this ving-ashore- I organization is under the supervi-
ported from duty on the USS Shad Kempf was detached to become in-one-room deal not too simple sion of Stanley K. Crockett, the
well, LSD 15.: He previously :': Tobacco Ration Executive Officer of Student Officers would like to soak the entire $1000 i Group Leader; Lewellyn Kuester,
served, three years with the Firstrine Headquarters, NAS. into some good furniture for the ; 1st Assistant, and Hyrum Smith
Division and has a Presi- The new VPB Exec returns to planned post war home. I[ acting 2nd Assistant and Executive
ntial Citation with a bronze star Schedule Released i
the Jacksonville Area after tem- And then of course there was member ;
and the Philippine Liberation Rib porary duty with the Deputy Chief the joker who said her family i i All members are reminded that '
bon with a bronze star j I The Navy Department has released Naval Operations (Air) in Wash. would have to use the money to on the f;-st Wednesday in every
Ph arm. Robert E. B .rgan (HC), a schedule for tobacco ra- Ington. Other Naval duties in this pay funeral expenses] 'cause if month at 1900, in place of a speak
USNR, who reported aboard May I district 'started for Mr. Humphreyin anybody gave her that much i er, there will be shown late cur-
31st, also served With the Fleet tioning points giving the dates on
October, 1942. He was Nav instructor money, she'd just. plain drop rent movies of our war zones. The
... Marine Force and has just ie which each ration number' will be at NAAS Green Cove dead! Group wishes to extend a cordial
turned from Okinawa I valid. Personnel Officer for .. -- -- invitation to all
Two 4
points, or numbers, Springs, visitors on this
DETACHED THIS WEEK; wljl be good each week, and the VTB-2 while the unit was in Jack. evening as well\ as succeeding
Lt. Lawrence R. Shockley (HC)
sonville and later became Execu Squad. VPB2-1 Rate Wednesdays
USN, from Property and Account two points will allow each pur- .
tive Officer, NAAS, Cecil Field, bee -f jij-- -- ---
ing.Lt. chaser to obtain six packages of fore assuming his duties with Advances AnnouncedA

Judy Wilson NC), USN, cigarettes, 24 cigars or four DCNO (Air). number of advancements in Dawes to Play
leaves her position in the ChiefNurse's : -- --% -- --- -
of Mrs.
ounces pipe tobacco. rating were effected this monthin i Mildi Dawes, violinist, will
Office. HKHTIVK; : DATES: FOR TOBACCO Squadron VPB2-1, it was announced play at the Protestant Chapel serv-
Lt. (jg) Hilda V. Sayer (NC), RATIOS POINTS Dance ScheduledAll I yesterday by Lt. Comdr. ice this Sunday, 10 June, at 1015!
USNR, leaves her duty in the Dependent's S.lIIbnl I'prled" l'ee (ISIS) enlisted men are invited toa W K. McDavid, squadron personnel Her numbers will include Handel's ..,

FIVE WAVES Unit. the 2 L 10 3 June-e June-16 June June I formal dance, to be held at St officer. "Sonata VI," Borowski's "Adori- ,;
completed 3 17 June-23 June Paul's Hall, Patk and Acosta Heading the list of enlisted personnel Lion," and a violin obligatto fir y\;
course in Occupational Therap 4 24 June-.10 June Streets, Saturday, June 9, at 2030. to the ladder the solo which will be sung by .
move up were
here June 1, and four of them have 5 July-7 July
received orders to carry on their 6 i July-11\ July: Refreshments will be served; mu- George L. Bomfa and Merlin J Peggy Young._
7 15 July-21 July: sic furnished b? Cecil Field Band. Naylor, aviation chief machinist -- '-jjj----
other stations.
work at LaVonne
8. 22 luIY-28 .... ,
HA2c. will continue 9 29 July.4 Au"July ---- mates from acting to permanent NEW NAY 41)10 PROGRAM ", 4
.GOodspeed Those detached 10" 5 AUK.-ll Aug WAVES RESTRICTED AREA appointment. I A new weekly radio program,
11 12 Au&-18 AUK.U Others to be advanced included "The Navy Reporter to
: R. MacBride. PhM2c, 19 AUK.-l5; Aug. The enlisted WAVES area is re- be 1.
Alice E. McNarney. PhM2c; LauraJ. 13 26 AUI-l Sept stricted to all male personnel after Alfred H. Clark, S2c to Sic; Stephen I beamed via shortwave over the
Bernatowica PhM2c, and Mar U 2.St'pt.St>pt. 1800 except those calling, at bar- B, Fogg. Jr., Sic to QM3cT American Foreign Radio Service,
garet A. Rice, PhM3c.ACCORDING 16 15 16 II Sl'pt-22 Sl'pt..l Sep St'It.!. racks on specific engagements, or ( ) : Irvin V. Giese, SlcAEM) to I I has been inaugurated in Washington .
TO an ALNAV 17 23 Sl'pt.Sl'l't, those invited by individual AEM3cT( ); Bernard N. Levine, I .
from the Bureau of Medicine and )8 30 Sl'pt-4 Oc.t. WAVES for sports activities supervised SlcAMM) to AMM3cT( ); Alan Featuring the latest news and
Surgery, the following. nurses re- 19 20 H 7 Oct.-13 Oct 20 Ot't.Oct. by the Physical Training B. Ruprecht S2c to Sic: Virginia special interviews regarding probI I x
ceived a promotion, effectiw May 21 21 Det.-n Oc.t. Department, station officials an- M. Schmidt, SlcSPY) ( ) to SP. )ems of Interest to overseas per-
1: Lt. Bertha V. Clark (NC), 22 28 Oct.-3 N, v. : nounced this week. After.2000 no (Y)3c) ; Anthony J. Strangle, ,v.., I som>, the program is intended asa ,Vt
USNR, Lt. Arleen E. Lahr (NC), 2.1 4. Nov..1t( Nnv, men are allowed in the enlisted S2c to Sic; Leonard E. Treister, special service, to all personnel t,'
USNR, and Lt. (j jg) Gennie R. :H 25 11 18 Nov Nov.-2":17 Nv N"V"( ,, WAVES area except those on.official S2c to Sic; and Ben 1', Wilson, S2c beyond the reach of ordinary radio '
Decker (NC), USNR. 2IS 25 Nov Pee. business. to Sic transmission.

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The JAX AIR Telephone NEWS( l II Extension published weekly 8542 at the U. S : ; i

Naval-Air Station Jacksonxllle. Florida, by the Public 'i"t:
Relations Office at no expense to the go\eminent. Copies '- I
ale distributed tree ot charge at the Naval Air Statlo,
the Naval Air Technical Training Center the Headquarter TilE KEY; TO FKEKDOMHv :
ot the Natal Alt Operational Training' Command Naval 1 $ Chaplain Sheridan W. Hell
Auxiliary. Air Ration Green Cove Springs Naval Aux An old tale halt been told of the Prophet
lacy Air Station Cecil Field the Naval Air Gunner School, walking through a mountain wilderness \U11I1c1hi)
the U, S. Naval Hospital, the Naval Auxiliary Air Station
follower They came upon a woman \\('<(' ) ?,,
Municipal! No.1. and the Naval Auxiliary' Air :Station
"
Mal port terly In that desolate mountain "(Jo, he told one
of his (disciple, "find out why the woman weeps' "
Rear Admiral Ralph E. Dl on, USN "She weep." replied the follower because Home
Chief of Naval Air Operational Training
yearn ago, In this same "spot her father saw devoured

Captain Herbert E. Began, L'SN P hv Hon, and because several month ago her htis- .
Commanding Officer hand wan also torn, apart by wild beast, and be.
Jacksonville Natal Air Station
cause only a few hour ago one of hef sons sufferedthe

Captain Joseph B. Lvnch, USSR same fate.. "
Commanding Officer I ",-\1111"h)," asked Buddha "doeM. this woman
Naval Air Technical Training Center Insist on living/ In ,such a dangerous place.

Captain John J, O'Malley (MC), USN The woman replied. to him, "1 perfer to live
Commanding Officer I here, rather than l I... subjected to the Iniquity of
U. S. Naval Hospital tx'rants,"

:- A fable-jet an ageless truth for all lover of
Colonel Martin J. i' elleher USMC (Ret.)
Commanding Officer liberty! "'e have scorned the path of the coward
Marine Barrack who' retreats, fur lye would rather face the struggle -

"" an tree men. Nor shall we hesitate In dais to
Commander Edward E. Dolecek, USN
Commanding Officer come, to sn<'rlllce the Mood of our nation,to preserve'
Naval Air Gunneii' School; I that holy freedom.
.. 1 have walked through the shrine of the Father
Commander tiank T. Coibln, I'SN of )It. Vernon. For me the most Impressive
our Country -
Officer
Commanding IN THE ABOVE soldier is abou
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Green Cove Springs PICTURE a Japanese thing at "'M hlnlull's beautiful estate l I"

1t' CommandeTNoward E. Bom to swing his samurai sword and decapitate a shackled Allied not the magnificent gardens with the centiiry-ol

Commanding' Officer prisoner of war It is a fearsome sight, more horrible i in boxwood hedge; not the haste, beautiful lines
Naval Auxlllaiy Air Station. Cecil Field that early American mansion; not the rare,
"' many ways than even the most gruesome scenes of frontline
beautiful furnishing of a colonial Hut ft keys
Commander Salem A. Van Every, Jr. age.
action. The helplessness and alone-ness and resigned dignityof .
Commanding Officer a blood-rusted "'I'Ihal.htnp. In a glass case on
Naval Auxlllaiy Air Station. Municipal No. 1 the victim, the grinning crowd in the background, the the wall, which you see a* you go 'up the staircaseto

Commander John; B.:-Huhn. t'SNR medieval cruelty of the method, the shocking disregard for the second fI ""r. It I I. the key Lafayette presented -
Commanding Officer to Washington. key that unlocked the
the; morals and ethics of twentieth-century civilization all goo
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Ma>'port gate of the Bastille and set the prisoner free In
: make this a pictorial recording of one of the most reprehensible the French Itevolutlsn.'truly .
USMC Ret.)
Lieut Col. William T. Kxani. (
Commanding Officer acts in modern history. III our day, America hag turned that

1 Marine Aviation DetachmentThe But the most striking part of this scene is not visible in key again In the locks of enslaved nation and set

JAX AIR NEWS receive Camp Newspaper Service the; picture at,all. It goes back farther than that. You beginto |people free:
matnlal. Republication of credited matter piohlblted 1 One of our prophet, wrote In those blackest days
without J permission of CNS. War Derailment, 305 E ; get an inkling of its true significance by looking at the of 1941 1. """I..n the storm I I" over, much of the world

42nd St., N. Y. C.Pittsburgh. man holding the sword. The more you look at him the-more : will he a wreck, but It I I" going to be our world, not

you, realize that he isn't just a Japanese soldier-he is ,Japan IlItI..,'*, and we will have a chance to slant building

vs. YawataIf behind that soldier stands his immediate commander, his II again. There U no road to the land of our hope
building and rebuilding, by working at
except by
by some peculiar journalistic quirk general, his staff officers in Tokyo his government and, I every point, making/ mistake and learning, Inchingour

some future military or naval analyst reads most of all, his emperor, in whose name the act was doubtless way ahead In good weather, and fighting to
committed. In time of storm"
hang on
this editorial we are going to save him a lot
There are individuals in all races and nationalities who In all our effort to achieve Jtr..at'Idor)', we
of trouble by pointing out the most significant have never lost .sight of that precious heritage of
strategic development of World War II. are bullies who through ignorance perversity commit barbarous ours. That priceless boon of freedom under God.

which, as you may or may not have already acts of cruelty against: persons who happen to be tem- Thi I 1'1 the motive and the measure of the great
xtrarily at their mercy. That is one of the unfortunate sacrifice of all our triple. In the expression of love
figured out for yourself is the miracle of
P' characteristics of the human race. But there is a vast differ- and sacrifice of those who did not lose sight of their
mobility-on land, on the sea and in the air. birthright we can say, with deep humility and
ence between these isolated, individual acts of barbarism, and
The true significance of mobility becomes gratitude:
Barbarism as a national policy. In the former case the perpetrator ..
when the
readily apparent you scan historyof
the famous fixed fortifications of World is regarded as a criminal by his associates, and is Honour ha* come back a* a king lo earth,

hunted down and punished for his act. In the latter case the .\Iullmhl hit subject* with a royal wage;
War II. Not has boine under serious
one up And nobleues walks in our way again;
concentrated attack There have been no perpetrator is regarded, if not as a hero, at least as a respected And we have come Into our heritage.! "

Verduns. The.-side with the greatest residual member of his society and is honored in direct ratio

i of power has always been able to mobilize to the direness. of.his .deed.A There seems. _to be.no doubt, from

lie evidence coming out oi Japan, including this tnt
sufficient af that power at any given point to picture,
reduce any fortress that it chose. stories of eye witnesses and the inane boastings of the enemy th'

The victory ledger of World War Ills radio itself, as to just what the Japanese attitude toward ;
these acts of barbarism is.
jammed with names like Maginot, Siegfried,
Once we have convinced ourselves that barbarism
is part
Mannerheim, Gothic, Atlantic Wall, Tarawa :srrvlrn tat sundry| June III. IM1!
of Japan's national policy, there is only one place to lay the Protestant! Chapel I : Muslin Road 1d l KiriniHham
Peleliu : : tew.
Okinawa Wake Guam and ,
Corregidor. o7:1olfoly: ( onimunlun celebialed' by Chaplain .
responsibility-at the feet of Hirohito the Son of Heaven -
There are, of two And rests."
course one or pos- himself. Recently there has been considerable expression of tOO--BiU Seivlce. Chaplain L. W. Duvldnon, Jr.
sible ,
exceptions, such as Leningrad and Stal- caching
I ingrad. These two however opinion in this country as to just what our policy toward the CN'to\ -:NATTC: Senlee. rhapluln E: \\". Andiesvnpieathlnit
were never "Out (Mn>lllllly lo Themld."
really isolated fortresses, but merely part ofa Mikado should be. One group has publicly advanced the lin }-U. S Naval :.pni': Service, Chaplain; J. A.: Cml
theory that we should make it clear that pieachlng.IWStieneial, I .
at
we are war merely
mobile battle-line that
ebbed and flowed all
Divine :SvivU-e. ChaplaIn S. W. Bell
the fray from the Baltic to the Caucasus.. with the Japanese "wa> 'lords, and not with the Emperor. preaching" "Th.it 1't'llInu I :Slulf" "
1101hll.lldn, :Science" t'lIc Small
Chapel.
Part of this
They just happened to be the geographic location group has even gone so far as to announce that ll.;*(>--Sei\Ue" at 1'BV Hangai. Chaplain .v. \P. Brown
we should keep Hirohito in power after victory and utilize pieuihlng.1
of the armies at the moment when the 1'UO)-.>'ei" 'x Ice Men' Christian League ChapUIn L. W.
him in establishing a stable new Japanese government. nll\ on, J J'.
war-making power of the Soviet Union finally

equalled then surpassed that of the Third This serviceman's newspaper would like to go on recordas Catholic Cliaprll Mu.tin Road sad irmiiliaiii A\.lIf.

Keich. believing that this is one of the most asinine theories a OtiO-MUII 08.10:: -Mass.,

person can believe in. One of the principal causes of tyranny 0430-Itlass: -
Of the
course, implication of all this i is I JN --MaMIl
that the mobility of our American forces is throughout history has been society's illogical willingness to 1700-M.HSClirlktimi

allowing us to wield at will in any part of the allow its leaders to accept the authority and the .prerogativesof I rnue"SelrDf. SmliMuttU Road and Hirmlmlmii

world the tremendous }power that is born in their exalted positions without firmly fixing them with the 1100)-Small chapel
responsibility. Utter Uay !SainUi' Smill .w
Chapel corner of MuttU as
Pittsburgh Detroit and Chicago-in the formof hirainrheiii.1000tlutuut .
task forces, air fleets and armies. It is It is Hirohito who lives in the sacred palace in Tokyo. It meptlnKVednesdav( ).
Jewish i .
is KeliKiiiiu mire nd
Hirohito who is worshipped 1-ellvvti.lilp Roars
as a god by the
now Pittsburgh. Yawata Detroit vs. Kobe.wht'J'ever Nipponese tildrfv, 1815-:Small Chapel, Austin ana Ulimlngh,
multitudes. It is Hirohito who MalnAlde.
enjoys the riches and S
the battle is foug'ht-e\'en if it is privileges Tuesday, liW-nw-Chaplalnn1: Office NATTC.
fought\ on the beach at Nagasaki. of the head of an empire. It is Hirohito in whose name Tuesday, 1700.1I1O-l.'hupldln':! Oirice, Yellow \1'aler t
the war against the United States is NAGS.
All of'which must be causing Japanese being fought and in Flrst 'Ihumduv of each" month 17OO-1&10, Chftpluln'l Ot-'
whose name his country's acts of barbarism and aggression fire NAAS, seen Cove Spi Inxs,
strategists no end of sleepless nights. Second Thursday
of each
month 16JO-1800, Reading
are committed. Can you imagine the effect noon the unity Room, NAAV' Aldno..t
and effectiveness of the Japanese war effort' iT this i same; ;; Third Thuimlay of each-'nionlh., 1300-1630: Chapel Jwc

Jax-Airing Our ViewsNow irohito[ were to publicly proclaim that he did nonsupport I

this war, that he did not condone the acts committed in his Guest Stars

that the House Banking Committee name, that it was his wish that hostilities should cease immediately
nas approved the International "This may be the last time you will be
Monetary ? As long as he has the power to issue such statement
a
railed
Agreement, it seems as though we're comingout and as long as he does not do so, he is just as much upon to participate in a war loan drive.
a Don't
of the Bretton Woods. Walt criminal as the commander who ordered the sneak attackon wait until after the war is over to real-
ize that have given "
Pearl Harbor. you 'too little too late. -

"Yugoslav and I'll go slav and we'll all goslav" One of the few good things that can come out of World Honolulu Air .AVfivf.*/ *. I.* *

seems to be Marshal Tito's postwar War II is the firm establishment of the principle that all leaders

message to the people of Trieste: and the everywhere should and will 'be held strictly accountable- "If war does break out in the San Francisco -

Balkans. conference it won't be caused the
by
for their actions in direct proportion to the amount of
# power Polish question It will be caused! by t\tf) (
they wield. We have made great strides in this direction '
With Chief Werewolf Heinrich Himmlern'ow our> realistic assignment of accountability in the by army of"isitot.s who persist in calling thw
case of the host
city
J'"risco.-Pul''ellllnm.
dead from self-administered poison, the Nazi war criminals. Let's not lose these gains by failing to *

8J'lIing'herewolves ?" might be more ap apply the same rule to'Japan. I
propriate. "We are all in the Navy for one reason
Let's
,I say to the synthetic, Son of Heaven : Hirohito and
you one reason alone-to win the war. United
I are a gangster' because
allow acts of I
you
Prime Minister I gangsterism to be ve 'an do it ; but divided dissipate
Churchill's we can
son has left committed in You will
; your name. not ,
the British'Army to return to his post in the for these acts by wrapping silken robes escape about accountability our efforts. These factors hold just as true

House of Commons. That's ]like leaping out' and your your royal I for the llattles of Vero Beach as they do for
personage looking down,
your royal at the
nose forces of the Battle of the "
Pacific. Vero Beach
of one frying right into another -
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Friday USO ShowGorgeous


REPORTER gals, a glamorous
warbler, a novel ventriloquist,
aerialist, a dancing duo, and a
magic act, all combine to make

By Bill Smith, Y3c the USO Camp show, "COME AND
i) GET IT," a riotous, rollicking, rip-
Question: What do you roaring evening of funscheduledfor

think of cigarette rationing the Mainside Auditorium to-

----" morrow at 2000.Smoothly .

JOHN ABY, Sic, Kewaneo, Ill.: ( JjS.2ri blended, and well
I don't think it'll amount to ( paced, the show 'offers top-flight,
much. If they have enough ciga- balanced, all around entertainment
rettes for a week, they should have a M that appeals to everyone's taste.

enough for always. Besides, every The sparkling rhythms, the snappy
one's loaded up in advance. routines, and the witty gags are
wound up in a neat offering that

W E D. IRWIN, S2c, Balti- promises to be a smash hit with
more, Md.: personnel here.
It's all right if they work it the Included in the cast are an acro-
way it should be But I've seen batic team, the Six Marvelettes;
lots of civilians carrying cartons Irene Brooks, golden -voiced
around. People will get their ciga- thrush; Johnny & Marilyn Pastlne,
rettes anyway. r- I "Fashions in Dancing"; The Gif-
fords, daring aerial artistry: and

C. E. BURGDQRF, Sic, WashIngton \ Canfield Smith, ventriloquist extraordinary
- D. C. 1 I'e* with his dummy, Snod-

I don't mind particularly for my J grass.
Lew Brock and Jerry Ann, in
self. I'd say maybe it's a good
.
thing civilians are having such a j. addition to their novel magic act,
hard time getting cigarettes. And i- jointly handle the duties of emcee.
the average person doesn't need to Pianist Jack Ring is the unit's

smoke more than six packs a week.T. musical conductor
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.Atlanta. C., McBRAYER Ga.: SlcAOM), Milt Caniff Draws Lovely Ladies for Living I Course For Career '

It there's real
a shortage, then By Camp Newspaper 8'nl,8Milton
OK Six packs should be enough Caniff (pronounced likea of beautiful dames. This combina- effort. He illustrated OCD man-
sneeze) is a brown-haired 38- tion put "Terry" over faster thana uals for M Day on bow to put out Officers OfferedAn
W. J, CAMPBELL, S2c, Detroit, rear-old Irishman who works 7 pitchman selling lemonade at incendiary bombs before Pearl
Mich.: days a -week, 365 days a year MalayBalay Harbor. When war came he dida advanced general line course
I guess it's OK )Jf they make it drawing beautiful women. Burma Was a Lady full page on what to do in the will be given at the PostgraduateSchool
Work like they plan. These women are IncorporatedIn First of the Caniff cuties to event of an air raid. Later, he illustrated of the U. S. Naval Academy
two of the most successful comic catch the public eye was Burma, the Soldier's Pocket for Naval Reserve line officers Interested -
W. L. MAHON, AM2c, New strips of our time, "Terry and the a blonde and slangy number with Guide to China and at least one in a postwar career in
Brunswick, N J,: Pirates" and "Male Call. "Terry" hips' like a boa constrictor and a of his "Terry" strips-the one in the Regular Navy, a recent an-
OK if it's for a good cause, if appears daily in 175:) civilian newspapers purple past. Burma has sashayedher which Col Flip Corkln briefs Ter- nouncement says.
no favoritism is shown, and if and the European and ItalIan way through the "Terry" strip ry on the duties of an AAF officer, The training, including naviga-
everyone gets one card and one editions of Stars and Stripes. off and on for the last 10 years has found its way into posterity tion, seamanship communications,
only. "Male Call" is Issued weekly to growing progressively more de- through publication in the Con ordnance and naval administration -
more than 2500 official" service sirable. gressional Record. Profits from and tactics, will convene 7
A, M. MULLINS, SlcAOM( ), newspapers on the Camp Newspaper Another sensational Caniff-love- his "Male Call" book, recently published August, 1945, for approximately
Clinton, Ky.-: Service mailing list. ly is the Dragon lady, a slo-eyed will go to Army Emergency 10 months' duration.

If the object is to check sales, The two strips are produced in a Eurasian, with a phenomenal fig- Relief. Those eligible are lieutenant
there will be Just as many sold glassed-in studid high in the Cat- ure and a background as shadyas All this keeps Caniff ae busyas commanders, 35:) years of age and
I don't think skills in a back alley in the Casbah. a man with St. Vitus dance in
anyway it necessary Rockland'County, N Y., under, with a minimum of 4 years'sea
Then there is the lady knownas an ant .hill, but the man loves
but I'll where Caniff be
get along OK may found workIng duty; lieutenants, 30 and un-
Lace the GIs little playmateand work It doesn't bother him a bit.
every night There, too may der, with 2'i and
years' sea duty, a
heroine of Caniff's "Male CaU"strip. "In fact, says he, "I have only ,
L. E. DENNIS, S/Sgt., Springfield be found Burma and Lace and I lieutenants (Jg), 28 and under,
write all
Lace, a home bred beauty one problem. my own
Kane and the
April Dragon Lady with 2
Mass: years at sea.
with overtones of Lana Turner and stuff Then I have to go back
As far as military personnel is and the other comely wenches Milton's Applications be submittedvia
may
Marlene Dietrich and undertonesof and draw it, and I write myself I
concerned, it's not a good Idea. But quill and brush have pro Jean Harlow and Lauren Ba- into some of the damndest diffi official channels to reach Bu-
if the shortage is so acute, I gueswe'll duced as well as the artist'sreal call is the sweetest little dish culties." Pers by 15 June,
life helpers, his wife, his dog,
have to take it the chin
on his two assistants. on the TO to thousands of servicemen ---a..iTIIE """-----
and like it. from Calcutta to CanarsieThe (Note: Because of many requests SLEUTH
He Talk With Either Hand
Man Loves WorkIn for biographical materialon An Si1 arrived on the scene of
BILL WRIGHT, Cox, Muncie, He is an unusual artist in many addition to producing "Ter Milton Caniff, this story N the crime. "Well," he said, this
respects. First he works hard and
,
Ir d.. ry" and "Male Call," Caniff, who published\ this week in place of is more serious than I figured.
loves it. Second he
I don't like it because I can only does his own was rejected for service becauseof J8Ie' Call" which will be resumed I This window is broken on both
for 2''= days. But drawings, plots his own stories, bum has made week. sides"
get enough you writes his own dialogue. Third, a leg, a coupleof next ) I
can always get 'em in town, pro- he's ambidextrous. He plays golf major contributions, to the war --- "- -- -- ,----
know the ---- -- ---
vided right people
,
you
writes and eats soup with his right
even if they do cost more. !I hand. He draws paints and plays Breezes

billiards with his left. O o l0
EINHEIMER D 00
CLIFFORD R H Caniff started drawing beautiful STIl\WOLOGY
AOM3c. New York City:
women about the time the
A boot wrote home: "About that
I can't see the point of rationingto other kids In his home town of straw that broke the camel's back
service men and not to civilians.We Illlsboro, Ohio, were drawing mustaches --1 sleep on It." I Movie Schedule
should have at least a cartona on streetcar posters. He -'- =\INSIDK THEATRE
week. Let's give the service mena pursued this passion through high WART STE.\K? I Todaj-"<'1IIN\, Olid. with George Montgomery, (.ene Tierney. A replay
break school and four at Ohio of s story taken out of China In the curlda>". or the present war 131)0) 170U
I years A sailor ordered a steak, rare 1930.
State University and later on the It came out rare, very rare. The "'rldar-"I'A TRICK TIIK: (:U".o\." 1'f'I&Y Kjan. Donald Connor. An
FRED NOCK, Cox., Dayton, Columbus Dispatch where he officer demanded it be taken back |Irrepressible 1* )ear old with bin dad'. Hair for mumeal Comedy acting i. offeredthe
Ohio: I worked until 1930. In 1932 he began and cooked. leading rule in a new show. Ipon diteoterlna the part had originally been
It'a all for while. But for his father, lie rrfuati the role. After much ei>ntro'er >', minor quarrel. and ,
right a an adventure strip, "Dickie 'It's already cooked. ," the waiter a marriage joiing lonoor stars In the disputed role with his girl, leggy Ryan,
they ought to ration civilians, too. Dare," and in 1931, "Terry" was snapped. at the leading lad}'. 1300 only.
K>rn."Terry". nuts retorted the hat. oil; Min.-'Tllr. COKN Is GUI-IN.; : Ilette Ial. This *rreenpla,
'Cooked adapted from the fimoua itagepla of the. name title, I* the story of a woman',
ROGER DODGER Sic Potlatch, hit from the beginning
was a
sailor "I've seen cows hurt worse determination to bring educational adiantufe toelth niinen. t>at. 1300, SUQ,
S. C.: First, it was a spine. than that and they got well." J1JO, 1700 litJO
Personally, it don't bother me. tingling adventure strip, full of )IoDda-"VO JIAN Ql1l.LWS.111.01 Kendlx. Joan Illondell. Abll' i
Long as I can get me two cans of 'lair-iaising action and crisp dia- OOOD ADVICE good natured captain of an Inland barge gets Himself ln\ol\rd with tuowomen
because each remind him of hit mother lie tries to avoid marrying
good old Brtilon's, 1 won't Jiitk. logue. And secondly, it was full Sign on a Red Cross blood bank I them, but U tricked Into it, thus becoming a bigamist.. Then he tries the trick
--- "Please keep your appointments.Let's ot hating a twin brother, but thin only lead him Into an arrest for murders
To top it all he l III being sought by the armed Surer for enlistment. 1300, 1790,
not get caught with our
"
I > The Wolf by Sansone 1930
pints down. Tmtt. t Wed,="NOB IIIII.." Joan IIrnn tI, George Raft "hl.n nialne.
C.w-yM _. I __ A story of the Barbary (oat and a saloon keeper, George Raft who find himself -
WISE GUY the adopted uncle of a little. girl from Inland The UN. I* renponitible for
I hit meeting arlitorratle Joan llennett from >ou Hill, and he steps out of hit
Chief: "I won't begin today'slecture elaaa U win lier, but return to hi* OH a kind a wiser and a happier man. 1400,
until the room settles 1700, 1930.
down." SPECIAL EVENTS:
Voice I Ihuradar night-Softball game between (from rear) : "Why don't
; 2000,
you go home and sleep it off, old -rl"ay-l"O Show Maiaalde. Auditorium). ,"J
man." I Saturday<'rewr dance in auditorium at 20.10.
Miter txennion I lea Main date at OHIO.
fenada)-- spring >e*
_
SIX,LESSONS' -- -- -- -

\ Angry parent: "I'll team you Grins from Guarino
to make love to my daughter."
Sailor: "I wish you would.
..
.
.
Frankly, I'm having a heck of a
time."

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Cartoonist Is New .


Air News Contributor I

The cartoon at right I is the work

of Joseph N. Guarino, ARM3c, of
"
} +. 4' 1 4r'+' t the NAOTC art unit. A native of

'I I Newark N. J., Cuarino was study- ?
Ing fashion designing at the Newark -
Art School before joining the

Navy a year and a half ago. :
The 21-year-old cartoonist saw .

duty at Newport, Jacksonville and
Memphis before joining the NAO
TC staff Since entering the Naval

I service Guarino has seen enoughto t A
I pique.his sense of, humor, and
hopes to continue in the field of 1 ,
cartooning after'D-for-Demoblliza-! :
,
tlon Day.: The JAX'' AIR NEWS f' GV.
Lt r. pleas*' believes that there will be others J. .

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) ) ., ,.;;> Pool To
NAS-NATTC Indoor
' r } :rhe" J'JXlrl.5 1 ; ., } Joint 'Be''

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R1JNYAYi] : ,

1,It '\ ,. :,t' In The Near Future
M .. Put In (Operation t
It
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I ."""t "' '1":- ':' '..li'p1. .. .. Continued From rage One !\
,.'" :",.i",} sf.. .;!!.. ..... .. toI. :
I thus insuring a maximum ,of pur- .."' \
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1-1 \ ,_ i ,_ ,, Ity at all times. A control float W 'j'

l ;: .. By Lt. Jean Anderson has also been installed to keep' the

t'r r.? It took 12 good men and true, including the chaplain, to water level automatically in order

f ;'do it, but the "Old Men" walloped the WAVES in the open- that approved depths will not ary.

*. .:ing under-the-lights softball game by a 11-1,score last Thursday Office Spare

night. 'Twas thought by some WAVE fans that they The building includes space for

\ should have had a lawyer on their side, not only to balance several offices, probably to be occupied -

it the chaplain, but to examine birth certificates. The "Old by Mainside, NATTC and .
R
tl Men" turned out to be_surprisingly un-old, at least 90% of WAVES swimming officers In I

them still in their thirties. addition large locker rooms, show.

t I or could it be that regular.1 ers and gear storage lockers hare
WAVES Wind'
f f happy hour has made them Up been provided.

their huh Intended to be devoted
not look ages, entirelyto
1 Professionalism also could Spring SoftballThe instruction, the pool may be
used evenings for
some recrea-
i have been a source of argu-
tional swimming if the training
i
.I ment, for the Old Men ran in WAVES are winding up M : schedules permit. !II

J., a couple of ringers in the., their spring softball league this Because classes going tnrough 'I
f I persons of Lt. Comdr. Haskell, week, with one game remaining to Jax in the December-March period "
head of the PT Department, and be played between Synthetic and have been unable to check out on ,,
; Lt. James Tatum. Of course, the the Hospital Nurses. swimming in the past, it is
prowess of Mr. Haskell might be I "Skip" Moore of Synthetic leads ed that the new indoor expect-\>> ,
I f considered dubious, since on one the batting list by having chalkedup be put to maximum
F t occasion he was so fascinated by two homers. D. Minard, S. Al- kt month in the year. Instructorsare

f the brunette beauty beating It up vis, "Skip" Edge, E. Petty, C. Til- ""__""""""' ___..'w..."""" "" _,...__. -_..._ ._.__._'- ,m, mn_,_ particularly pleased at the -.
: the base line toward him that ley. E. Parker, all of A&R; M. depth grades provided since it has
'. t when the fielder was ready to de- Schindel, VPB2, A. Allen, NAT NEW INDOOR POOL in the NAS. ATTC Physical Training: been difficult to teach non-swim .d
liver the ball for the put-out, Has- TC, and L. Harrison and :M. McBride Building will shortly be In use for Instructional swimming for all I mers in the deep, ungraduated (
i, kell was grinning at the gal and of the Hospital team have hands. pools available elsewhere on the ; '
I had his back to the ball! On an- all made the round trip once. Station. ;i:

other occasion, he tried to steal The WAVES Varsity Team will Hole In OneToul'nament In the event of severe weather
second and had a wonderful time officially open its season in the Top Tennis Stars health regulations can be met iif.
i II i with two WAVES chasing him between preliminary game of a double through the use of a large heating
first and second, and didn't header Thursday 7 June versus the unit which can maintain the waterat
seem to mind when they caught WAVES team from Cecil. The ExhibitionThree I any given temperature over any
Play How's shootin' ? If you
l// him.The girls will provide the curtain raiser your eye given period of time. '
first WAVE up hit the first for the main event of the Fliers regularly tour the station golf The building was constructed bya
! ball pitched, but was clipped out versus Cecil. On 14 June the of the nation's outstandingtennis course in the 80's, or if you've contract company under the supervision
on first. Not to be outdone, Co>i- WAVES play Lee Field here, and players, two of them from never had a club in your hand, it of the station Public
1 mander Raby, first at bat for l\e on 21 June will meet the "Civilian the "golden era" of sports, played Works Department.to .
Old Men, also hit the first ball' Dormettes" from Camp Blanding exhibition matches yesterday for makes. no never mind come 1830on

I.I pitched, a soft fly which was easily Efforts are being made to schedule personnel of the Naval Hospital. 11 June! the sailor or WAVE ringing up
i l \ fielded. The fireworks began whenLt. a game with the Camp Bland- Big Bill Tilden, Vincent Richardsand The Physical Training Depart- the most points, while $3.00 and
Col. Weissenberger slammedout Ing WAC team at a later date. Bruce Barnes displayed the ment is sponsoring a hole-in-one $2.00 go to the next highest point
, a homer, and the riotous first League standings to date: super-skill and flashing form which tournament on the No. 2 green of scores.
f inning ended with the score stand- has made them a trio of headliners the station course at that hour Each will be allowed
Team MOB Lest person shooting '
ing at 11. AR .S 0 A tennis clinic was held at 1500 and date, and cordially welcomesall three balls. A hole in one 5
For five innings tile errors and Hosp, WAVES 6 :2 and followed immediately by a fast hands to take a swing for the will count 20 points, the four foot '&
laughs multiplied. Closing the inning Synthetic Swatters' ,"9 5 3 2 singles match between Tilden and prizes. In the cup or nearest to circle will tally 6 points, the 8 foot f
and the Old
the
game, Men Bk. 582 4 4 Richards, famed doubles partnersof the cup draws down $5.00 in Ship's ring will count 4 points, the 12 *
wound up in a blaze of glory by a WAVE Officers 4 4 more than 20 years ago. Service chits; another $5.00 goes foot one means only 3 points, and ,.
snappy double play. WAVE Pet- NATTC J THosp.
ty's attempted bunt skidded sky- Nurses 3 4 While some fans still debate the if the closest you get is at the edgeof
ward, was caught, tossed to first Ml lieS 0 0 II 8 point, Tilden is generally consid- He is the only member of the golden the green, you mark up only one
where WAVE Gray was taggedoff ered as the outstanding netman of era of sports which sparkled point.
base. all time. Certainly none can deny with such names as Jack Dempsey, There is no participation fee, and
Random rememberings on the Santa Claus is the only one who that he has been successful in de- Babe Ruth, and Bobby Jones, who It is emphasized that all Navy personnel -
sports event of the season: can run around with a bag all fying Father Time, for he can still can still compete on relatively even regardless of rank or rat- Jl[
.. Ensign Poston, having whiffeda night long and not get. talked do mighty battle with the best terms with more youthful oppo- Ing, are invited to compete for the -' -
few, desperately redeemed his about racquet wielder in the business. nents of today. awards. Iii. 'i

reputation by slamming out a .

I homer.third at full In an speed attempt, he hit to the round sack Waves vs. "Old Men" Inaugurate Night Softball Season v I II'

so hard it slipped, so he made half c Bi n e $9 '
n xa
I the distance between it and home
r on all fours, like a puppy trying
I to take a corner on a freshly
;Q ;-r r
buffed deck! J
Comdr. Thouren was forced to
l'' do the most work for his team. ,
teemed, like every other hit was
, (
light at his short stop post. Ex-
cept for two wild throws to first,
. (r he was a credit to the Old Men,
" bracing himself for each catch like
f an All American quarterbackabout
to score for dear old Podunk.
, Chaplain Bell not only had the 5w.a 1s
heavenly hosts on his side, but tookno Q
chances and rung in the British
, Fleet by wearing a British sailor ,
14 hat!
)
Lt. Comdr. Hardaker added to
the color and confusion of the eve- ;'.
ning by dazzling the batters half I I
Ir
..l with his change-of-pace and half y !
with his super-ultra wild sports A

I shirt.WAVE it
Llewellyn is a mighty
I I mite. Once from her short stop
position she made a threatening Ti1J
gesture toward the officer lingerIng N
, I\ lightly off second, and he very
meekly got back on the sack. He
must be married! r.
WAVE pitcher "Skip" Moore
tossed a masterful game in spiteof
a badly cut leg recently suffered I
when she slid for a base ad ,
IJ---
found a rock in the way. 4 ,
Old softball hands missed the w -
colorful chatter of WAVE coach i. L i I

Verla Hill. She was very much A ,\

Continued on Page !seven
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f Comdr. Gene Tunney

Released From Navy t :

r' Comdr. James J. (Gene) Tun-
ney, former prize fighter, who has .
been in charge of the Navy's physical ; tt4.; *,t 4

fitness program since 1940, *, ':!:4 1 d-JlJ
was placed on the retired list last .., .:
week He received a letter of ACTION WAS THE PASSWORD when the WAVES met the down with his glove (minus the usual hand hi glove, of course!)'
commendation from Secretary of Old Men" in the opening game under the lights last week. At upper while WAVE Edge bears down on the base. Next to them the same .'1\1
the Navy Forrestal. left, Catcher Tatum is ready to catch the ball WAVE Minard is set Hopping Haskell grins broadly as WAVE Llewellyn closes?in to tag
Tunney served 88 a marine to sock. At upper: center, Chaplain Bell, complete with British hat, him for' being half way between first and second on an attempted .' '.
sergeant In the first world war is so eager to get a fast start toward first that he's taking the bat' steal. In the next picture, lower right, Sprinting Scott prepares to
lie won the AEF Ugh,heavy title along with him. At top right, Glamour Shirt Hardaker' has just slide in, but WAVE Edge has the ball In her fist waiting for him. "' I
In Paris and after the war went whizzed a mighty swing through thin air as WAVE catcher Booth, At tar right, Big Haskell relaxes and,watches from the sidelines, still
on to defeat Jack Dempsey for awaits the ball. ,Caving more fun than anybody. _
the world' heavyweight rham- At lower left, no, it \\a,not a discus thrower nor yet' a step from; I At the center inset, meet Sweater'Man Raby, on his toe M Uttar
fllollthlp.! some athletic baJltt. ,It's Happy Haskell trying to Knock the ball ; first eecker for the offkere.

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FLIERS: WIN 3-1 .OVER ,.... Annapolis Grads I Oscar the Dispensary Chick I

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TERMINAL RAILROADERSIN To Train Here



': 19-INNING BATTLE
Starting SundayContinued
1I
f' Tommy :McCullough's double to left with two on and two From Page One ,

out in the first half of the 19th enabled Air
:\ inning: the Station will also handle all ground train-

) "J\ Fliers to rack up a 3 to 1 decision over the Terminal Rail ing, which will Include navigation,

roaders in a Victory League baseball game in Jacksonvillelast recognition, communication, gun-
nery, air combat intelligence, radio, s
J
Sunday afternoon. The marathon tilt lasted three hours assembly and repair, high altitude >

j and 28 minutes. indoctrination and survival.

t It was a tight mound duel between Jimmy White of the One of the feature which has

j 2 sers and Whitey Prust of the Air Station with the latterJu4. been added to last year's curricu-
lum is a night lecture course at -
getting better as things i which the
.1 Annapolis students will :
: moved along, allowing only hear high ranking Naval aviators

one hit in the last 10 flames. Carter Whiffs 14 speak on subjects relative to their

White did not permit a specialty fields.

safety until one out in As Welch Among those who will address
was TrimmedWith the class will be; Capt. Lester E.
the ninth when Prust beat
.i out McDonald NAOTC staff flight sur-
a blow to shortstop. Alf Anderson Don Carter whiffing 14 geon; Comdr. W. E. Centner, head 'I

.', forced Prust, but swiped men, the Jacksonville Naval Air of training for NAOTC and combat

; second a moment later, and after Station baseball team racked up a type training and material officers -

Hugh McConnell drew a pass. Jack 7 to 4 decision over the Welch Con of the NAOTC staff

.. Baer keystone guardian, smasheda valescent Hospital at Daytona Married Annapolis officers are

clean single between third and Beach Friday night before 4,500 being permitted to live off the sta- _"..v....._ --

1 short to score Anderson. fans. tion this year, and Naval officials NO, YOU'RE WRONG, that is not an hallucination sitting thereon

The Railroaders garnered their Earl Chapple, ace hurler for have expressed their thanks to the left shoulder of the WAVE pharmacist's mate in the picture I

", only run in the second when Buddy Welch, one of the strongest teamsin the women of Jacksonville who above. In case you have not heard of him before, that is Oscar the

Price drew a pass, was moved the central sector of the state, have obtained quarters for them. Chicken-the fowl-about-the-main-dispensary. The WAVin' the

l, -i>> along on a sacrifice and ambled was found for 11 base knocks by -- picture is Oscar's owner, Henrietta Hudson, PhMlc. She received

across as Tom Walsh rapped a the Fliers, despite the absence Oscar when he was nothing but a little pink-eyed Easter chick, and
double down the rightfield line. from the lineup of Coach Charley New Navy Pros she has watched over him while he grew into the strapping young

I. -- After breaking the Ice with a Gehtinger, who was sidelined withan fellow pictured above.

i couple of safeties in the ninth canJ' injury. .. Oscar has grown up in the dispensary laboratory, where WAVE

to the Fliers pecked away at White After running up an early 3-0 Hudson works, and he has been so shut off from the rest of the

for a total of 12 safeties, but could margin the Fliers lapsed to allow world that he doesn't regard himself as a chicken at all, but 'rather

not push the winning markers Welch to knot the count in the a general helper about the lab. He drinks cokes much as the other

across until the 19th frame. fourth. They immediately un- corpsmen do, and is much annoyed when he doesn't receive them at

.; Two were away in the final limbered their heavy artillery to 1000, 1400 and 1600. Other human-like traits are his liking for sun-

frame when the Fliers started their chalk up three rallies in the fifth bathing in the courtyard behind the dispensary, his willingness to

winning rally. Claud Jaworski and one in the eighth to clinch the assist with detailed microscopic work, as above and his ability to

t the third rightfielder the'Air Station verdict. respond to his name. The only time he really reverts to type is when ..

( used during the game, drew a Boerner Lawson and McConnellset he confuses a rubber band for a worm or when he roosts on his favorite -

free ticket and Ben Lawson rappeda the pace for the fliers with the perch-WAVE Hudson's left shoulder.

sharp one to left center send- willow. r

t' big Jaworski to third. Lawson -'=t- porting
!.
The StoogeI'm And the old crate when the
stole second to set the stage for a fly

pass to Clark which filled the Pilot's acourting.
Fliers Take
sacks. Then came Third the co-pilot, I sit on the right
McCullough'sdrive
t to left which sent the payoff s I'm not important, just part of the I take the readings adjust' the


I tallies Lawson scurrying came up across with three the dish safeties Straight Ball Game never flight.I talk,. back lest I have regrets Handle tower.power the flaps and call the 71

in seven tries to pace the But I have to remember what
The smashing drives and sensa- Tell him where we are on the
\, Fliers with the willow while Herb
the Pilot .
tional base forgets.I darkest night
of
Bauer the running right fielder
was Railroader
only toX
i
Sams plus the brilliant field playof And do( all the bookwork without
more than one safety being i Joe make out the flight plan and any light.I .
Trosper the stationFliers'
credited with two in eight at- gave REAR ADM. HAROLD B. study the weather
softball team its third
'X tempts. straight win of the current MILLER, 42 (above), has recently Pull up the gear and stand by to call for my Pilot and buy him
sea-
Trust whiffed eight and passed been feather
appointed Navy Department ; cokes
son by 4-0 the willow
a score over
six while White issued four free wavers from Lee in Director of Public Re- Make out the forms and do the re- I always laugh at his corny jokes
a night
tickets to the initial sack and last week. game lations. A native of Newton, And once in a while when his land-

fanned nine, Sams cracked out a sharp single Iowa, he came to his new duty from the bridge to the five inch Ings are rustyI

AIR STATION to center and followed it with after serving as Public Rela- batteries. come through with "(Jawd, but
up tions Officer on the staff of Fleet Gorrell's next ship was a sea. ti's gusty!"
AB H 0 A some fancy base-running to put
A. Anderson, the Adm. Chester W. Nimitz. suc- plane tender. He was a yeomanby
.. M 10 3 8 Fliers in scoring position at
- McConnell, c T 1 8 1 the start of the second ceeding Read Adm. A, S. Merrill this time, but his battle station All in all I'm a general stoogeAs
Bllt'r, 2b T 1 211 inning. who expects shortly to return was as hot shell man on the 3 I sit on the right with the manI
1.I000rmt'r, 1b 8 13311 Small sacrificed with a well placed
to a sea command.For inch 50'. call Scrooge.I .
Hopkins, I.t 1 0 0 0 bunt and an overthrow at third
en-
McGlothin, rf 2 1 1 0 abled Sams to mark his services in the Pacific He holds the Presidential Unit guess you think that. is past un-
JllmoJllkln, Jf 3'1 1 0 up a run. area, while holding the rank of Citation for action in the Atlan- derstanding.But .
Lawson d 7 3 3 0 A walk and two errors forced captain, Rear Adm. Miller tic. His unit is credited with a maybe someday he will give
4 Clai k, l1 7 2 3 Lee to give up three runs in the was
} 8 awarded Gold record destruction of Nazi subs at me a landing.
a Star in lieu of
McCullough. 3b 6 1 1 third
inning, salting the
.game the time the German wolf pack activity
,
a second .
Frust P 5 1 2 7 for Legion of Merit. He Anonymous.
away the Fliers. .
\ ; was awarded his first Legion of was at its height. ---":j7B|. -
fr Total 63 i2 26 ji It was really a pitchers' battle, Merit for The bronzed Californian has the
only three hits services as aide and !Hilts TRUMAN CIIIUSTE
...... being allowed flag sea in his blood. He wants to
secretary on the staff of
7 throughout the entire Rob- NEW NATS PLANE
LRMINALAB game. get into the Pacific as soon as
'. the Task
;: Force
H 0 A Commander
McCabe, ss II U 1 7 ling, the Lee twirler, allowed only U. S, Atlantic Fleet from possible Even now his requestfor Mrs. Harry S. Truman wife of
\ It. Anderson,,211 1 5 1 two hits, both collected by Sams, 3 more sea duty is already in. the President of the United States,
March
;\'J..,' Bauer, lb I 2 24 2 and is credited with eight strikeouts 1941 to 22 February 1942. He feels he hasn't seen enough christened a new Naval Air Trans-
I, Worllham, d 8 U 3 0 Elliot of the Fliers held the -------
action for one war port Service plane at Washington
4 f'J'lcc if. c T 1 8 0 ,
t' A. Whltt',3b T 1 6 8 visitors. to _a ,single snagged by I Gorrell plans to stay in the National Airport. The plane,
", Walsh, rf If ::5 1 4 0 watson, ana struck out six. Navy. When aske-i if he intendsto named "The Congressional," will
It. '"' Dt'audrt'llu, If 2 1 0 0 In three games the locals have expand his art collection to his be manned by the same crew
n'! Jones, c 2 1 6 0 Jt1 tj
,! ':- ?..'" Kane, rC 2 0 0 0 rung up 14 runs and have shut out oU i chest he smiled and answered which was first to evacuate
:. J, White p 6 1 3 6 all three opponents Yellow Water, f "Not yet." wounded from Okinawa.
Cecil and Lee all going down wjth-

Totals 62 9 57 22 out a single tally across the home 711 'Jj .
I COMMERCIAL BULLETIN
Air Station 000 000 001 000 000 000 2-3 sack.
-Tei minnl 010 000 tOO 000 000 000 0-1 The line-ups:
::1 1 Runs A. Anderson, Januokkl, Law- LEI FIFII Max Gorrell carries his art col- FOR SALE Fhe room upstairs apartment a.tJacksonville
Don, Pi'Ice. Error, .MtCabe. Rung batted AB R HOE lection with him-on his There mils of sailor' serge tailor Iteach for summer
'i In, Uner, McCullongh 2, Walsh. Two Stephenson, *f .10000 arms. made uniform. !Sine! 28-30. Call eve month, from June to October |70O.
base hits, Walsh Jones, Clark, McCul- Soares, M ,10000 Three horse heads no the upper ning. Ales Cone, Phone 7-6910 or Completely furnUhed. Mr.. P. K.
loiiKh. Sacrifice hits A. White Mc- HInton, rt 20010 right arm would do credit to Rosa TrU.:: 84M, !stork Control lull 11 in Raters 1126 >. lint St. Also ran
I Cullough 2, Lawson, Baer, Kane. Stolen Mellon K 20000 Bonheur the red roses on his left !Supply! Uld(. be reached by calling 5-0002, J xlleach.
bases, A. Anderson, J. White, Watson, ct .
'i 'ri teApl 2 0 1 0 0 forearm are reminiscent of a
Lawson. { A. White I and Thompson, 3b 2 0 0 3 1 !Stork or lugg.ge trailer Wide heel
Bauer; Bauer end IJoemer, McCabe and Krueger, c 2 0 0 0 1 familiar beverage; the hula dan- base. Two ot.ersled rood tlr"'. Also Room In private home Call 7-8398.
''t! R. Anderson. Left on bases, Air Station Giant Ib 2 0 0 4 2 cer on the lower left forearm nev- full niccd baby bed, spring and mattress .
12, Terminal 12. Bases on balls, Mottle, 2b 20000 er heard of the meat shortage; In good condition. 1'hone 8568, Double room in nice apartment. Fr"
,t #d'i' off Prust 6, J. White 4. Struck out. by Robllng, p 2 0 0 10 0 and the newest addition is sailor ask for \1 n. Berry, Room 11-A vate entrance and semi-private bath.
t Trust S, J. White a 2
0.Vlld
pitches, Mrs. H. K. Rosborongh Apt. 279
Prust 2. Time of game 328.; I'mpli., Totals 2 0G184 girl combining the most publicized Electric phonograph cabinet model, M. Johns. Ave.
'!; 1'- Williamson end Deijiety. qualities of "the body" "the bust" 830. Call Mr. Hcllani, Phone 29;: 0.
!; --'- --- Fi, ,UKS: and "the look." Newly decorated, air conditioned,
AB R H0E SmallrKtinithouse refrigerator. double room for working couple or
Trosper, ct 3 1 0 3 0 But the Glendale, Cal, yeoman Very good condition. Call ('hit! Gol- two men. Convenient to restaurant
i i: The Runway Elder, ft :J 0 0 2 0 from the Personnel Office has lockl Kit. 492!I before 430. After 110 per eek. 2620 Riverside Avenue,
clorguze, Ib .10070 Hot spent all his time collectingart. 5:30 rail at S7S3-A Itiley !>'t., Pfwry I'hone 7-4b! .
: 1' From Six Sams rt .1 1 2 1 0 1'ark. %
: Continued Page
: .. Small, c :J. o 0 0 0 He's been at sea for 24
''I \ ,, 'II there, but surprisingly silent-or Long Menke Ku 2 0 0 1 0 months and only recently returned 1917 Mudebaker, tudor sedan. Good bleeping. 7325 room Mayflower for couple.fet?$8 two-perweek.
was it Just that the stand full of 3b 10000 to the states. radio. Tim In fair ronditlon. ixrrllrnt block from NAS Hill
l'' Slianke, 2b 2 0 0 1 0 bru- mileage. $.m.! .:n.. W. It. "BI MurrsT: '.
: I male hecklers made so much racket Chitty, ss 2 1 0 0 0 The tall, lanky 20 :year old William' gsa, Ext. 4'J1. I'm. 801. hut from town. Mrs.
1 ': she couldn't be heard Any Elliot, p 2 1 0 6 0 nette left high school to loin the 2-8783.

how had she been behind the plate Blschop 1 0 0 0 0Totals' Navy. He served with the deck 22 caliber, Ill-Standard pistol, 8 Inrhbarrel Riverside. Reservation made for desirable -

for the WAVES chances are that 27 "4 '2 21 0 force on the USS BOGUE, the good eondltion. Also hate room in home for transient

t':Ii f : many an' officer Would have found Batted for Long In alxth. "Baby B" CVE, for more than, a hol tt'r.automatic VI Ill,trade like new 16 ,gauge for 12 Browning gauge- Mrs. Thorns, 28JO: Park St., I'h.ne _

himself hitting nothing but air under Umpires: Hart and Youmang. year before he became a yeoman UrmmKton automatic thief: ('. J. Z-'Z98. '411I1)
1_ striker. _. ItensoH, lilt''". 601.
: the. influence of her WANTED
suggestive 'You were '
say you rejected by Phone Talker Automobile 1931 Ford Chevrolet ..
chant, 'That's it! SWINGJ"As !
I t the Navy?" His battle station aboaud the Staple dlanctte tulte. lloll>'wood bed 1'lymouth Will cash.Lat.:: 413,
pay
:; : W the the and l at
t gals say, coach talks a "Yes maUreut. 6216! 1'a.\IIood. Lt. Williami.:1rl .
I
t. 'I mighty good game! flat feet"my seelngeyedog had escort the carrier bridge. was lie relayed phone ciders talkeron \\entronnett. II. A. ttalkrr. ,

,F", The line-ups: I 21 foot National house trailer, 194? kind of radio. I'bone 8477, CbUI
WAVES OLD MIN: mod*I. MeeiMi four U hate maple Interior U .
.f: 1B-Edje HaHkE'11 SPOUTS FLASHES : Venetian blind New awning,

2D-IJrasher Haby Cecil Field will play the Flier's here tonight at 2100at t.ood tire''. >.12!,>. K. A. l"aJp".kl, Ride wanted to and/or from New
3l3-Sledge WeiisenbergerSSLlewellyn AKM3c: Davie Trailer ('ourt. across fork State, leaving anjtlme. Hill
Thouren the corner ofYorktown and Mustin. A WAVE'S game from Main Matlon. drive and share expense. Contact
SJo'-Walra\t1l Scott John Lggtrt, Est. 759 or 3-1767-M.
RF-Alvl. Bennett precedes at 2000.'Tomorrow ron KINT

<.p. "', ; LJo'-Mlnnrd I'ohton night Daytona Beach plays the Fliers Room for service couple Call 'J-U62. Driving to Ft. lielvolra.., OB Jane
CF'-SchlndCtI (;oldfeder, II. Room for three lady passesrens
.,', c-looth. Tatum here at 2030 with prelim nt 1930. lUora nlUblfl for "(luplf'. ]If,.. Mat References required .(all Mr*. ".. N,
I P-Moor.' Hardnk'r NAS Jax now leads NAOTC league after defeating thewi, 81-67 UeMedicl. first street In )'Io>d, 7-7061.
lieu (asst. Rr) Veaettt. One and a half mile from
., .Subs: Endort lit 2BFannon Lake City 4 to. 0 Tuesday. Max Legate twirled a two base. Children boarded. ___
'.. '
plenty milk. large renndl.
lit nF pli.xnertenceil )&
tom' hitter for the Fliers. tight model e.ar- '37 &tt '4 "ttiry'e:; : P I'.jn.nl, tat: 8474, Hangar 11$. lhoii 5765VU"Ii ", -i


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) ) Civilian Employees'' News i1SUPP'LV'f' _' ACCESSORIES! DIVISIONNews I


U Address Communications to Editorial Offices 'J. C Shorts From the Instrument ShopHERE

11 I. Personnel Relations Office, Bldg. 13, Box 22 lJ SALLIES AND THERE
t Telephone Extension 483 wedding in Daytona Beach. Glad
The Civilian Employees' News, a two-page section of the Jax Air IIi Dell Farleigh, S2c, of the Gyro to welcome Joe Golden back to our
News, is devoted to reporting the news of the Naval Air Station'sCivilian !o- Room, Who is home on leave In shop-has been out six weeks due

Employee, and Is sponsored by theEmployees' 4n Oregon, has sent word ahead to to an operation. We missed you,
his friends that he is on his way
Association for Civil Service Employees By Leola Jones Joe.Mr.
with his new bride! Congratulations Ferguson' apparently doesn't
Officers "IN THE DEAR OLE SUMMERTIME" to both from all of us. It like
life
city &a he is getting off "
William O. Kincaid President .
Philip D. Myers Treasurer
there's welcome the
yes, no will be a pleasure to a few days next week to do some
Directors doubt about it signs of the happy couple, who, plan to make work on his farm so he can move

i George H. Martin Mell C. Jackson season seen in this department are their home In Jacksonville his family down. Fergy, we want

Frank H. McKInley Donald A. Wood. 'up-swept" hair-dos, cool summery Welcome to the Gyro Room a you to hurry and get those chick-

Philip D. Myers Kenneth M McDuffie cotton frocks, no hose (almost new co-worker, Glenn F. Willis. ens ready and we'll all be down fora

Daniel. R. Whiddon William O. Klncaid no shoes), fans blowing papers He Is a former member of the U. real country dinner. How about
1 t News Reporting Staff all over the place, flowers S. Army Air Corps Took his train- itT

Assembly and Repair: decorating the desks throughout Ing In New Mexico, then was sent PROP SHOP RAMBLINGS

Head Reporter. ......... .._......_................Euleene WUHngham popularity of the "coke" ma to Miami where he got advanced I'earl Cannon
Inspection and Survey: chines. training In aircraft maintenance
Ask R. E. Johnson, AMMlc, fora
Head Reporter...__-....-....___--Helen M. Styron Ruth Crosier (Purchase) had and Inspection. After several play-by-play description on how
Public Works Department: one daughter graduating from months he was medically dis to protect yourself from sharks

Head Reporter_._.__._..... .Ethel M. Shanahan Robert E. Lee Senior High School charged. We are'happy to welcomehim with only a knife. P. S.Makesure
Supply Department: I and another from John Gorrie Jun- and wish him success In his the knife is sharp.

Head Reporter__.._________.___..............Leola Jones ior High School last week. She new Job. Charley Morgan, of the Barney Fuller is getting BO fat
claims that she was far more ex- Optical Department, Is happy to on Copenhagen and cow's milk that
cited than her report that his son, who has been
daughters. Also his wife is now skimming the milk.
CIVILIAN OF THE WEEKRobert included in group to graduate from critically ill, Is on the road to re ---
Robert E. Lee Senior High School covery. We are all) glad to hear

: was Peggy Simkins, daughter of this good news. Franklin Calhoun, Navy Fliers Destroy "
V. Taylor Is Safety Engineer Margaret Simkins (Inspection Report also of the Optical Department,
), has been newly rated aircraft instrument 1,782 Nip Planes In
Mr. Robert F. Taylor, Station mechanic. Congratulations
": Mary Cook (Follow-Up) was all Three-Month
:.12. Period
born in
Safety, Engineer, was "N' <"" smiles the other day; the reason, to a very deserving co-

1 I, Jacksonville, Florida, on December ? her brother R. A. Andrea Cox. worker! Navy and Marine aviators destroyed -

29 1912. U, S, COMING AND GOING I at least 't'
f I, Coast Guard, returned home 1,782 Jap planes, .
He received his schooling in for a visit after being overseas for We regret to report this week while losing: 188, during the three

Jacksonville, and while attendingLee over a year. that one of our popular friends, months ending 31 March, 1945, official -

High became very Interested Shirley Collier (Contract) has H E. Kelly, ACMMI, of the Gyro figures disclose. Of this one

t in baseball. He had a tryout just returned from a week-end Room, has left for sea duty. He sided total, nearly 800 Nips were
'with' the Jacksonville Tars, but will be missed all and
visit to her former home In Oxford, by we hope shot out of the air.
after suffering three broken noses Florida. Julia Mason (Public the remembrance, a suit-case, given The fliers' tally for the entire
decided against it as a career! Voucher) leaves soon for vacationing by the personnel, will help him war is 11,601 to 2,070, a percentageof
-
Upon his graduation from schoolhe in Tampa, Florida Charles to remember them. The very best 5 6 to 1 in their favor

became an apprentice machinist. Vkkley (Receiving) also leaves of luck to you-Chief Kelly Figures for the first quarter of .
After spending four years Gallic Tillman, of Instrument this
soon for his vacation. Destination year are preliminary, and will
learning this trade' he earned his Is with after .
Department, back us probably be revised followIng
t unknown. Margery upward
His first \\ey-
machinist
helper papers. spending leave in Georgia. Glad
I rick (Public Voucher) does not reports from outlying units.
f real with of the larg-
job was one
to have you back. "Margie" Sutton But
they already reflect
agree with "Shakespeare" in "A a victory
chain of stores in the
est
grocery our inspector, Is out due to
change of labor is rest. She tooka ratio of 9 4 to 1, almost double the
Mr. Taylor
South-Piggly Wiggly. illness Come back soon, Margie!
percentage results for last
was responsible for maintainingthe day off her vacation, stayed at year.
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operation of all their meat home, mowed the lawn. Result; !. This decisive jump over the

cooling machinery throughout exhausted, able to type but not to 1942 3 to 1 ratio indicates that .

Georgia and Florida. Later he walk Illene FjeUtad (Personnel 'IT Shift Picnics despite improved Jap planes, the

I" became manager of one of their / ) enjoyed recent vacation visiting Navy's Hellcats, Corsairs, Aven-
1 Urge stores in Thomasville, Ga. her home, South Dakota. Big Success gers, Catalmas and other types are

In 1939 feeling a real yen for -. Was a pleasure to see Ernest By Marjorie Hill adequate for the job at hand.

his home state Mr. Taylor returnedto Robert Taylor McLaughlin (Storehouse) back at According to all accounts the .
J Jacksonville to work for theWhiddon's ---- ------ work last week.
Gyro Shop's beach party \vas a
lor said, "reminds me of an incident
Cash Stores. He was that occurred while Captain Miss seeing Virginia Broughton great success. The party started

acting supervisor of several meat I Smith was Commanding Officer of (inspection Report). Virginia is after work Sunday morning at

until markets staying closed.with He this then chain NAS. During the busy part of the recovering from recent illness 0200) and lasted until'you wantedto
they returned -
I Also Mr. Gorauch Chief Clerk go home Before sun-up most
to his original trade working day received a phone call to ( )
come to the Civilian Cafeteria im- Hear he is feeling much better and of the male members were out in
independently, maintaining refrigeration
mediately!" The person on the hopes to be back at his desk soon. the ocean fishing After two or
until he
equipment reported -
to NAS, Jacksonville other end of the wire said, "Thisis Beulah Wise (Administrative) is three vain attempts to make a By WI\(. R. MacKENZIE
Captain Smith speaking." Mr. feeling much better and is home haul, the party abandoned the idea : Safely Engineer
December, 1910 Taylor continued, "I jumped into now from the hospital. and consoled itself with southern "I believe in the dignity of safety

Mr. Taylor reported to the Pub- one of our trouble cars and broke Lura Owens ( fried chicken and hot coffee i because it protects me and my fell
lic Works Department in Decem- all records to the Proposal) reports brewed the Mr. low workers.
previous getting that some of her nine over campfire I
ber 1940, as Helper General. In cafeteria thinking all the time puppies are bird-dog larry Burn entertained with a "I believe in the teachings of -
I actually beginning to
February 1941, he was transferredto that it must be some fire to have "point." Two chow parody on "My Bonnie Lies Over safety because ,they attempt to
have
puppies
the Yard Department as a Co2 the CO on the scene! Upon arrival also been added to her the Ocean" and Bill Guilford accompanied alleviate suffering for me and
While menagerie
Fire Extinguisher Inspector. mine
a sailor greeted me." Immediately him the accordian
j serving in this capacity Mr. Tay- Lure also raises chickens and tur on "I
believe in
I the
said. "Where is Cap- Later all hands either
swam or relaxed magnanimity
keys-has a flourishing of
lor took a special training course garden of
tain Smith? The "I safety because
reply was, it creates
with the Jacksonville Fire Department all sorts of vegetables and straw- on the beach until time to con-
In Work. am Captain Smith. That was berries! How's about letting in return to the stattion. Our thanksto
Fire Prevention
us
In August 1941 he was rated In- ,really one for the books! Explanation on the secret of how you do all that Charles Smith's mother and his I I LIBERTY I I1M
-he was a captain on the fire BELLES
spector of Safety and to broadenhis department and his last name was on one city lot ? And, what did wife for frying the chickens.
knowledge took a course in Smith you say your address was? Still in the hospital are "Red"

i Engineering with an Extension Second Place Remember Gladys Georges? Allen and Elsie Rlmmel. We UTTlN'MY AAII\

University. His next promotioncame "The Safety Record of NAS Gladys grew up from the very beginning don't know when they'll be back UP RIGHT WOW-
in December, 1942, when he Jacksonville is currently rated sec-, with the Purchase Group with us, but hope it will be soon.There's Y0iiII r HOT OOMHAHtTIONAl .. I
was rerated to Senior Inspector ofSafety and is pleasantly remembered a newcomer this week,
by CAttMbF
ond place for Air Stations throughout ; GO'H'
upon completion of train- allwho knew her Thought straight from boot camp to the !
ing in Motor Vehicle Accident the entire United States, and you AtGU".O" 'AU MEAPEO.n I
might be interested Electrical Instrument Department
in
\\ 1\! we hone to be tons one of these learning
Prevention. days,"- very proudly declared Mr. that she is now the, proud motherof Her name is Ann Beaver and we're
Mr. Taylor became a Safety Engineer r Taylor. "We also have one of a fine baby boy "Pop" is cele- glad to have such a pretty WAVE
in October 1944. This required -
with
the most complete Safety Libraries brating the event fighting in the us
additional special knowledge
which he acquired through in the southeast located right Pacific. ,I The committee for the Accessories -

actual experience with the Ethyl here in the Safety Engineering Gonna miss Eileen Hildreth', Division party held a meeting .

Corp. by training in the 'maintenance Office" he added. (Proposal), who is transferring to 'I last week and tentatively de-

'V and construction of Thiokol He has a brother who is a ser- the Naval Hospital. cided to have an all-day picnic at n
Rubberoid Gasoline Storage Tanks geant in the U. S. Army serving If you noticed everyone making I I Gold Head State Park. There are

From May 1943 through June 1914 in a Prisoner-of-War Camp as a way for Edith Reedy (Personnel) I facilities for swimming, boating, .
Mr. Taylor spent a great deal of guard and four brother-in-laws in while checking out at the time 0 I fishing and even dancing. So far

time with the various Naval Air the Navy stationed In the South clock the other day, and noticed it I this is only a suggestion, so if any

Stations In Florida, Georgia and Pacific. There are three pictureson peculiar that everyone was so polite I of you would like your ideas con-
South Carolina, working with his desk that should you ask and eager to see that she hada sidered see Ed Reidler Edna Met-

them on matters of Safety. about he would answer, "My two place in line, well, that baseball calf or John Moore. I .. \ I
: /
Promoted daughters and son", with all the bat she was carrying might have I This week we have only one advance Wilt COUMCKditlons

When Mr aylor was promotedto importance of a parent. had_ a 111' something to do with it. in rating, that of John Buer-
whereby workers
-L.
--- --- may enjoy
--
-- -- -----.L.i- to Slc'He '
ger he
"Station Safety Engineer" on says can hardly the fruits of their labor.
February 1st, 1945, he accepted a I wait until pay day, Ruth Jones, "I believe In the useful service
huge responsibility. He is in INSPECTION & SURVEY of the Electrical Department, hasa safety offers because it considers
charge of all civilian employees in son in the Navy who is a student humanity
as
the Safety Engineering Section of In the Electrician's Mate School unexpendable-not
,
Helals. Machines, Accessories and Structures comparing humanity with inani-
the Yard Department working un- Bainbridge, Maryland. Recently mate objects
der the Officer-in-Charge, Com- he was on a "Pennv Vnr VfmThoughts" -
By Ruth C. Ral-toh, Importer tor in Machine -- "I believe in the supreme worthof
mander Fred H. Gage. The functions Shop, in the deathof program ;and won 190
'
of this Section are many and We always welcome newcomers his son who recently died at pennies. His greatest problem at worker safety to because it teaches the

varied. The Safety Engineers and to our Department, and are keenly I Fort George Mead,. Maryland, as the moment, is how to spend his life perpetuate his right to
liberty and the
Inspectors inspect the entire plantof interested in them: Ann A. Pierce, the result of pennies. (Well, he could weigh pursuit of hap
the NAS Jacksonville and the Inspector in Welding Shop, recently injuries received from himself 190 times) piness.
the accidental explosion of a rifle "I believe that the rules and
five auxiliary stations for Fire, reported here. Ann's home isJerseY. Lillian
grenade Henry has been trans- laws of safety are made for man
New .
Health and Accident Hazards.All City, Jersey.Roy
employees attached to the McHan, In the Hydraulic Mrs. Mitchell will have to be ferred from the Gyro Shop to the I and that safety is the servant for

Safety Engineering Office are subject Shop, who has been here only a away from us for some time. Her pressure group We'll certainly the welfare of man.

to call at any time of the ,short while, says he likes his job mother, Mrs. S, D. Meyers, 2109 miss you, Lil. Congratulations to "I believe in the sacredness of

day or night in case of vehicle accidents fine. Mr. McHan comes from Chesapeake Street, Norfolk, Virginia the "B" shift personnel for their 'safety because it creates a world ,

damage to public property Beaumont, Texas. He studied Hydraulics who, you know, fell and untiring efforts towards increasing whereby cleanliness and order, i)
injured her arms, is doing production over the
caused by mobile equipment, serious at Whitehaven, Tennessee nicely month of reign.
injury to personnel, etc. This ; has been in aircraft now several but will require "constant care. April! "And above all, I believe In
Section investigates all vehicle accidents years. When asked about his Some of you might care to write. OXYGEN SHOP safety because it considers the pro-

naval and or/civilian plus bobbies, "Well" he said, "none In case any of you are wonder- We are trying to find out why longing and preserving of life and

all Injury cases. A complete rec- specially, just go to church a lot" ing where Mary Jackson and Thel- our former supervisor, Mr. Jack- limb so that mankind shall not be

d orfd is maintained for every injury Nice going Mr. McHan! ma Maloney are these days, or son, has gone to Georgia. It seemswe broken and maimed while striving _
or vehicle accident case. Daily Jean Davenport says she la mak- should I say these nights, they can hear wedding bells. Will for a decent livelihood."-From '

fire inspections of the station are ing out /ine. Only one thing more are working in Building_ No. 123. find out .in a few days, Then it May's "Industrial Supervisor Pam

Lft made after working hours, plus she could. ask for r and ,that's an -- seems we I can hear an echo from phlet"-By A. J. Pyros, United Air

being responsible for monthly Inspection apartment or nice room for her GRADE; JJ.Ration. about thesame place because :Mr. Lines, Safety Engineer.)

of all portable Fire Extinguishers girl friend t and .herself. Here's Board man:' "What's Lanier will be asking for leave ----:-

(' :(40,000)) aboard the luck ,to you Jeanti, wrong, with your tires?" soon, How, about It, Ivy ;, She; She walks, with a decided
entire N AS. We extend our deepest sympa- Motorist: "The air Is beginning[ Our inspector, Mrs. Fesperman, Jerk. .

! "Speakingof: fires" Mr. Tay- thy to Mr. C. F. Phillips, Inspec- i to show through." has just gotten back from her son's He; Yes, isn't her..w


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"Bond Agent Of. 1 INSIDE PUBLIC WORKS Inspector Ruth Raisch !! I



The Month" Is Ydtalions. n gililtilig To He iJic Topic "


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By Ethel M. Shanahan
ing to go in business for himself, I
Charles LePaige Vacations' are beginning to be and Cecile Belyu to go with husband -

an Important topic: to take It ear- "who has received orders. h- .

Cnas. E. Lepaige, Jr.. Chief ly or save your time for later in I Public Works has some more I

Clerk at the Naval'All' Technical the summer when the heat is new faces--Housing; Mrs. Dorothy

Training Center is one of the worse. The early pickers are Flores from Phil., Design: Samuel I -
outstanding War Bond Group starting: off with R. L. Melshel- Litzie, Jr., and David Baggs for

I :;:. Agents and has spark-plugged the mer, (Records) who is going; to his the Survey field parties. Laboratory I

.: activities of that Command in hometown, Vicksburg, Miss. : Ruth R. Gelfand Physical\:

guiding .the civilian group to a Mrs Estelle Hampton (Records) Science Aide
continuous 100 percent lpa- Aiken South Caro- The P 1 Div moved again-
P.l\!!! is returning to NATTC
u this time to quarters in ,
lina. Cleda. Hitch (Contract) is
)
"'" vacationing with her husband, who on the hotest day so far this year fi d
according to official weather re. (
has just returned from Panamaon
ports. And after a "Happy Hour"
a 30 day leave before reassign-
ment, Lieut. Wm Oakis, (Con- too!
certain Engineer had been
'tract), is going up to Mass., his A his fellow cowoikers'areal .
former home, for his leave the promising _
kind males
early part of June. Still in the card party-the _
The occasion was to entertaln" -
like
vacation mood-.Genivee Boyce, ,1
visiting relative, Relative y
a
vacationed in her
from
I Housing,
schedule but Mr.
of
ahead
left II
husbands home state of Oklahoma.
T. ..... was held to his bargain. A
Lieut. Edward Kean a newcomer I grand time was had by one and
S. : in the Contract Section, comes alt I

from .a 22 months tour of dutyoversees I The Record Section of Design 'I

S with the 53rd Seabees is happy to receive Its first returned -'

J Jf lastly from Guam; previously New from overseas duty In the (
Caledonia Guadalcanal and Bougainville. Ii I
Pacific area veteran (former

1 I Chief) Clifford Lingernfelter. Mr,

A very happy person is Mrs. : Linger nfelter is an experienced I

Jean White, (Records) who is draftsman who before the war was I Ii ...
with her Lieut i War in -
resigning to go at the Army College
fJi In assured in the Machine Shopof
husband who Is coming back to the ; Washington, D. C with the Army i The hlghettt quality of workmanship
entrusted to the
.. states for duty after 18 months Engineers. He was just recently.' Inspection and Survey with .the Floor.inspection
Kal wh i I.. shown here Inspectingthe
overseas. ; discharged from the Hospital at [skilled hands of Ruth C. Ralftch. Mrs.

Mr. LePalge is Lejune, N C. bore of a fly weight liner In the rear section of a Pratt and Whit
Mr. Niederle, (Arch) resign- Camp I
.. R-28AO Engine Crankshaft after grinding. Airs. Ral-H-h In one of
-----
-- ney
since 30 -
In'War ,
lion Bond pledges
'in the Metal and Machine Inspection Division
the cogs \ Accessories! ,
March 1944 backed by a
percentage
,
She i lit equally\ efficient In the Metal Manufacturing Lay Out and
of averaging better
earnings I M. T. Crumley Describes Lofting Shop
than 14'
; percent.
I nine 1\ln. Ralnch reported to the Naval Air Station 6 May 1M2! as a
veteran of
Mr. Lepaige, a
transferred to Mechanic" Learner in the Hulls\ Floats and Fuselage Shop of AsMmblyantt !
years Civil Service "In that shop" said Mr. Kaiech, "I really
this Station front Pensacola in "Strangest" Stamp StoryBy ; Repair Department.
i and Ming center
replacing
1941. He has been with the got the "orks-everything from removing "
I bulkheads. doss it to lloats.
NATechTiaCen organization practically sections, main beam, fuselage
since its Inception and has M. T. Crumley I cess, Dozsa began to dream of es. 1 On 19 January J94S, Mrs. Rained wa transferred to the Inspection

had the satisfaction of watchingthe Public Work Design SectionOne tablishlng himself as the ruler of all and Survey Division, then a part of Assembly and Repair, a* JuniorInspector
stories of : Materials. and In June 1N4S she was promoted '
War Bond progl'8nfor thatactivity of the strangest Hungary, a soldier made into a sov Engineering
grow from a modest start recalled by postage stamps is that ereign. 'Bei'ng! drunk with his successes to Assistant. Inspector of Engineering Material Because of her

when employees purchased an average of the set of stamps issued by and victories over those unusual ability In the Inspection" field, Mrs.' Ralnch war again promoted

of 88 cents in War Saving Bela Kim, who was dictator of he had hated from childhood, he 16 July 1944, and this time to Inspector of Engineering Material, alsoin

Stamps each pay day until today Hungary In 1918. These stamps became over confident and neglected Inspection and Survey, which by this time tar a separate department -
NATechTraCen employees average commemorate the memory of the the discipline and equipment In addition to her Inspection\ duties. Mrs. Raiich has served a*

13.39 a pay day. The Jacksonville Hungarian peasant Gyoigy Dozsa, of his soldiers Chairman of the Shop Committee and l Is. one of the new* reporter Irom'J

\ NATechTraCen has set the who had aspired to be king and Re-Organize her del lutment,
pace for all Naval Air Technical met his death on a fiery throne. I The other half of Mrs KaUcli's family tier husband, Mr. Elmer J.

Training Centeis Dozsa lived in the 16th Century, Eventually the aristocracy was Halsch, a former employee of the Assembly and Repair Department,

Tireless Effort I when the Hungarian peasants were able to re-organize their forces and now on military furlough has served in the Army Air Corps for

This outstanding record does not cruelly oppressed by the nobility and rode rough-shod over untrained the half- three years, two years of which he has spent In foreign service.\ By

Just happen but requires a lot of and large land owners By enlist clothed, poorly-armed, determined perseerence" Mrs.! Raisch has been able to keep the home
of the
tireless effoit and as Mr. Lepaige ing in the Hungarian Army he es- : undisciplined rabble revolutionists fires burning in addition to being steadily on- the job at her post of

so aptly states "It's not that people caped the usual fate of the poor and resolved Dozsa to was make cap-a duty at the Naval Air Station.
don't realize the value of War ; people and peasants of his time. tured. They -- ---- -
and a terrible example of him, one that And how; quiet the office seem"
Bonds in the( abstract it is mainly i, Dozsa had great strength
that they don't fully'understand wonderful courage, which won him would strike fear into the heartsof AnbI1'Through these days. For a small size that

and appreciate how really much l fame and respect' as the best I any revolutionists forever afterwards P Pat filled the office pretty well.

these Bonds mean to each of uspel fighter in all Hungary. His advancement But she'll come visiting, rolled
I
had wanted to be
sonally In the army was ,'el'yrapid Since he a pant legs and all.
It is understandable* that employees I and it was not long until he 'king, with grim mockery theyprepared For an "old salt" Chief Gilliardis
I iron throne, crown,
are inclined to recognize had gained a high ranking commission an certainly fond of sea stories.

only to a limited degree the vital i and scepter. These were heated After all his years in the Navy
red hot. Then, before a throng of
importance of these bonds to the I Never Forgot Assembly you'd think he'd catch on to some
Dozsa was flungupon
financial backing of our Nation's r But Dozsa never forgot his humble spectators this throne, the red hot of these wild tales. But not him,
fiery --
War effort, but you would be surprised birth and for many years he his forehead he swallows 'em hook, line and
crown was placed upon Walker
K'ubje
at the tendency to underestimate was possessed by a secret ambition By sinker.
I
and the flaming scepter was
invest' of 102T, is finally -.
their distinct free. Shop
to set the common people laid across his knees! Proudly, Ridgeway --- --
ment value and tremendous purchasing -:I In the year 1514 came his great for the fraction of a minute, he getting leave to visit his

power at the close of the oppoitunity. Hungary was look- I sat upright on the glowing throne, family In California. We would Fighting Dollar
War and of course, you cannot ing for trouble with the Turks, so enduring the torture with invincible sayeffort well spent!

sidestep the personal satisfactionand he was appointed to recruit and heroism Then he fell silentlyto Whiddon, of Shop 1016, had tc
advantage of these bonds inestablishing lead a vast army against them. I
the cool earth. consult the Almanac to see wher For June
of reasonable realized what Report
a high degree Before the nobles first !
I Thus perished Hungary's there was a full moon before h<
security in a future filled was happening, Dozsa had assembled
revolutionist. Four hundred
years leave
with doubts, unknowns and un- his! army and had instilled !nit later he appeared on this extraordinary requested his I Civilian,Bond PurchasesBy
." of revolt. Instead of Assembly Division is expecting
Ct" talntle the spirit' stamp, Issued
This Is no hollow sentiment for attacking the Turks, this motley the postage 1918 Bolshevik dicta. all hands to assist whole-heartedlj I Departments

Mr Lepaige who figuratively lives ,I army of peasants, students and i during tor ship. This dictatorship existedfor in the 7th War Loan Drive. Let's % at l'arikioo atDrparlmrnt
and talks Bonds and is one of his criminals tinned on the hated rulers be the first division to go over the p.llon P.!!0'.11I '
this set of
1 143 days and left I A TTY; JooO b.3
own best customers. It I Is a safe and land owners of their own stamps as the one lasting symbol quota MAIDS 90.7 15.2

bet that his twin daughters, Lynn country, urged on by the vim and of the dictatorship and Gyorgy Red Everett and hU HydraulicCrew A & R Met-h. 92,8 2,2

and Pat whom Mrs. Lepaige presented dash of the long-mustachioed officer Dozsa, the peasant who aspiredto have rebuilt so many hydraulic Accounting, 97.2 91.4 11.2 118
to him on 17 March, have a and hid) fanatical cries of i be king jeeps in the past 30 days A\lution Disbursing'fl'ulnlng 95.5 30 8

brighter future and more than I "Rebel! Rebel! Every man shall be -- -VjiLi.i_-'-- they feel now that they could make Public \\'orka (M"'l.'h) 93,3 11.5Llbram !
likely a college training that is f tee'and rich!" I one that would operate satlsfat- !y 100,0 10,3Communlcallonll

practically "In the bag" This unexpected revolt spread Newark, N J, (CNSDonnaSmith torily out of one hose and a few fJ,3 f-I6,7: 10,4DII1pt'11Ilu 10,8
I and landowners 18 yawned so widely that I'Y
,
--V.*" -- lapidly. The nobility worn out parts Supply (Il.'h.) 90,1 10,9'flunllpol'lutlun
Old-fashioned Florida mosquito: taken by surprise were I she couldn't unyawn. Her mouth still wondering fl,7 10,0
is
5 I forced to flee before the plunder.mUl'dt'l'lng remained open for 18 hours before Charlie Hansen Inspection and Surrey 93.3 ]0,2NAOTC"ot
"And to think when was young when he is going to get those :" 1f 9U: 0,1
hordes of Doza'sfollowers. I doctor snapped her jaw back
I wily bit gills on the hands and rig, a extra people for Shop 1030. Will Public WOI k.-CJellc \ 110.5 10,1BI
Intoxicated with suchere into place
face. -- someone please tell Charlie that ::1.01t' tluo..JU"'r GetAl.op .
"you get no bread with one meatball .1 1'&rIl..Ico" ofriepartarnt

FROM GABRIEL'S HORN ." Knglneera. patlun]("),0 J'r..11Salety 9,7
,1- NOTES : I, A. Radford Supervisor of I Al''ounllnw-'ent.; ( K7.o 11.1

Shop 1029, came back Monday Public 'olk.Lab, 8\1,3 10.7
/ Oc/uirfiiU'fif /Imj/iu' Orw/iciiif Division' week's vacation bringing NAOTB 97.4 9,4
7fis/c<'(i .ft tint Suri'c'V from' a I Supply-l.Mbtll'el" KI 2 10,2
I with. him a'story of two 9g\ pound f'erllonnel Relutlt 114,0 11,3

Ity II, I). Gabriel i, and abioad. This coming I-a little less for the next year, so bass that he caught No argument.l uppmv-Ofmiee: U INMIIlet'li.
year will probably prove to be one our friends in Europe can eat a lit I for' he had the heads for evidence. i i"stumpy" A & k--QlerIcal '
FREE- ) (87 Oi: 79: 'm) ,!I.9 7.1
"FOOD FIGHTS FOR of the most difficult on the home tle more. This will not, of course, I Creech, Supervisor of
--
DOM." front since the war began. Sup- be easy, but in the final analysis' 'I -
in from a'
1022 also came Monday
We hear it so often, it has almost plies of many essential foods are it Is far less painful and costly iveek's, vacation. He reports that i Single PBM Sinks Over
lost Its meaning for us. lower than at any previous time than trying to oust dictators and
other evils ails- He caught no fish, but could havef : I Tons of Jap
and 10,500
Nevertheless the food problem in the war. There are reasonable quell rioting
live
wanted to bait
had
he
use
with its various phases of production I'explanations for this situation. ing from actual want and hunger. in China SeaIn
and distribution is one of the Food demands have Increased by War is grim and war Is tough Elsie Rathburn, Off Shop 1022 is I Shipping

most. serious confronting us to- leaps and bounds as each devastated and dirty and uncomfoi ta bit'. leaving Wednesday on a twoAeeks' two "nightmare" missions

day All that our fighting men country was liberated.'Fighting' There is never an easy way to vacation to be with her from the Philippines to the China

have fought and sacrificed\ so I win a war, not for an Admiral, a ton, Charles, who is on leave frotli I Coast, a Navy PBM sank or damqJ",

much for could be lost if WE : Ion<| General, or for G. I. Joe. To takean England General Hospital. We aged 10,500 tons' of Japanese ship

do not also win the fight to feedW. I Fighting men deserve and receive objective, to win a batty takesa lope Elsie has a.grand.tlme, whichve ping. ,

... an impoverished Em ope. Always, i fighting food, and last but fight and it's all pretty terrible, are sure she'will, but are worried The pilot, Lt.. (Jg) Emil H.

on the heels of famine and starvation I by no means least, war tlr1e+ America I but it all has to be done the hard that she will feed Charles too : Yachter, St Louis, Mo., attachedo

come revolution and civil working at full capacity day' way. It's made up of fox-holes I nuch because we heard her plans : the Seventh Fleet, saw little of

'fllHcncler of every kind. These and night has needed much more I and "K" rations and fearful casualty 'for his home-coming. I the first ship but her gun Hashes.

forms of strife vary according to food than in normal peace time 1 lists, but that's the way war A certain Assembly Officer will But the Mariner scored two direct

the nature and temperament of The American farmer and the : is fought and battles wcin, and 1 *eep his feet under the desk for: hits from masthead height

the nationalities involved. The I American housewife have been db- I I Japs dispossessed of islands every- quite a while before he trusts an I II I Four nights later they caught

hunjyr of a nation is the mostfertile Ing a splendid job on the home wheie. However for us hero at I I i4D again. Someone must have the second ship, a 7-500-ton

soil for the giowth'of dictators I front in food production and food I home, clean and (comfortable it is >een a jinx. 1 1I Freighter-transport, being unloaded -

and r rAdical of all types. conservation, but we have leached I a different story. I I transferred Mike by small craft. Three bombs
When they
the point where we find ourselves The we can help to win
of lasting '1 way machine fire left the ship
Our greatest assurance the Inf'vitable' hey should have given him extra and gun
confronted'with is Uncle Sam'*
the war by buying
pence for the European continent Notes" for better hoe tickets for shoes!! that will be i listing seriously and five of ten
a
facts.
is the establishment of a I "Promissory vein cut between A&R and'123. small craft burning and sinking. ta
durable agricultural! program, both j j I I We ale all going to have to eat world, tot a brighter tomorrow_





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"' Page Ten NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 7 June, 1945



{ Last Navy War I Commendations To Students I Ii'


NATTC I C .

,tttt\', \, Bond CampaignWill 4V t



\:; ENTERTAINM-ENT Start SoonThe


NATTC War Bond Office
.
,
this week was readying: itself to

take part In the last and biggest
MOVIE SCHEDULE I Navy "Extra" War Bond campaign

beginning June and continuing
.'.un.\y-1'EN CENTS A DANCE with Jane Frar t> and Jimmy through 7 July.

IJoyd; COMMUNITY: SING; MAKCH, TIME, 1800 and 2000. I
At the conclusion of this cam .
S.\.TtrHn.\\-\I.I. OF. THE \MLU with 1.01'1'ttll'nunc and
paign the Navy will continue to
Clark OliblC"I.SKAX GRANDEUR, color travelogue; NEWS; 1800
stress to its personnel the advantages .
and 2000.
j I which come from regular allotments
SUM) \\'- \\'ICE BLESSED with Gale Patrick and James Craig;
-monthly to War
l MOUSE COMES TO DINNER color cartoon; 1300. 1800. and %000.i pay .5 ,'
Bonds, and will continue to handle
MOMY and TUESDAY-WOXUERIA (In color) with Virginia I
I cash daily purchases of Bonds
Mayo and Danny Kaje; COURT CRAVe (Sports) ; NEWS; 1800 I through its various War Bond offices ;
k1t
and 2000.
I The Independence Day War
VV'EDNESIAY-R11YTIIM .
ROUNDUP with
Cheryl Walker*uul I Bond campaign which starts officially
Ken Curtis; ROOP1 Dt'I'ES' with the Three Stooges; 1800 and 2000. the of this
on twenty-second
..._, ..
-- --- -- '>- i'
month, however, will he the last Commendations were awarded to a quartet of NATTC student
campaign in which a special drive last week, by Comdr. C. M. Jett. Executive: Officer acting for Capt.

1. for extra cash purchases will be J. K. Lynch Commanding: NA11C. Above are, left to right, Arthur
;a als. w > made. ('"rllo"oOI': (', In the Aircraft Turret Sc'holnd..w II. Hodge.AOM3o .
S I
The established method of systematic : In the Turret School; Joseph Puree, AOMlr: In the Aviation -
saving through the payroll Fire Control: School, and Commander Jett. Not shown in the

savings and Bond allotment I picture Is Joseph I' :Mnrtha, AOMicalso: In the Aviation Fire Control .

plant will continue to !Iw einpha- School.Tars .
.
r sired, Lt. K. t;. Wilson War --

Bond Officer, said this week for I
through this system, ,, the "Navy Commended SPLflSHCSFROmfWTTC

family currently I ii Is salting

assay $44.000.000 l per month in For "Difficult .
L' Series "E"'ar Bonds 111..0f'-

and that, he pointed out Is the Job Well Done"I WW.
best Insurance In t the world
against any possible post-war j I men who were members of "

depression and unemployment. an overhaul unit for the Navy's

For several years the Navy has carrier aircraft service last week .....

been staging two campaigns a received commendations from Rear By Ijiiirene Burns, Y3eLet's
-. year when the extra cash purchaseof Adm, E. D. Wagner, USN, Commander -
talk about the weatherand -
Bonds was urged on its per ; Aircraft, Seventh/ Fleet,
sonnel during the period of Independence i I for "an important and difficult how about a few suggestion.

Day and during the pe- job well done" during an Intensive'f on keeping cool when the temper
riod of 7 December. Ralph A. I carrier replacement and replenish- '
ature hits the 90 a, Mahoney came
Bard Acting Secretary of the,; ments activity last fall stretching
back from leave in the frigid north
I Navy' has announced
that the approaching : over two weeks I
campaign would be the I The commendations, contained in climate and recommends you try

last'Navy "Extra" War Bond campaign letters and addressed to all officers some of the lemonade she and

I'I and men of the overhaul unit, were : Heide made upwith lots of ice.
He emphasized however that presented to the four men here by
the allotment Cool breezes and cokes In the back
plan will be con Comdr C M Jett NATTC Executive
tinued and accentuated, At : | yard seem to attract quite a groupI
pres. Officer, acting for Capt J. B.
ent under this program, 91 per cent Lynch, Commanding NATTC I I these nights, and Handyside and
of all civilian '
employees are Investing i The quartet includes Arthur Car. Hope believe it's best to do laun1 .
11 cent of their
per
gross I doza AOM2c Andrew H 1 and fumble in the
pay and 58 per cent of all officers ; Hodge. : dry at night
AOMSc, both of whom are now in
and enlisted personnel of the Navy I dark for clothespins.
Marines, and Coast Guard have the Aircraft Turret School; Joseph I Have you heard about Stone and
Bond allotments. i Poree, AOMlc, .and Joseph P
I' Murtha AOMJc, both of whom are Emery's victory garden Their '
At
NATTC, 100 cent of the
per first of tomato plants are
attending the Aviation Fire Con crop
s civilian ,
t employees have Bond allotments I
trol School. about to bloom in the window.
and 84 per cent of the That cool, cool water in the
officers and enlisted men are in- J!I After describing the operations is the favorite spot
swimming pool
in detail in which the men took
vesting of their ,
<$ I to'a part pay each I for happy hour and beginners an!.
month in bonds 'I part Rear' Adm, E. D. Wagner
advanced swimmers are faithfully
.
-- -,- said "The necessary operations
Bleekman'and Zim.
placed heavy work load on the' practicing.\
-''''''- .- Men Overseas Must merman recently completed requirements ;
Jane h'raree Irginia I officers and men of all units under II "-
for the A test-the
I Make the command of the Commander ,
To Get
Requests first WAVES at NATTC to
SPECIAL: EVENTS I Air Center. The fact that all the qualify

Magazines, Newspapers planes were delivered promptly, I Don't forget the picnic scheduled .

Aboard Here a tip for Navy personnelwho that there were no unnecessary delays for the 14th .all WAVESare

TODVY-I's(( :sll\\ featuring dancing, .singing IU'lullllll'f'n.: may be expecting to go overseas and that the task forces and Invited. Roasted wieners are

iril>Huisiii. liand-halamiiiK:; 1800 and 2(10(1.TODAYRASEB.L1.iA'TON ( ( carriers concerned were fully satisfied the specialty.
of them will with the condition of the aircraft Towers takes
A BEACH NA'AL1It STATION Many want to receive Mystic seriously
: vs. N.1TC AIR RAIDERS, on NA1TC Baseball Diamond Opposite their favorite magazine or I delivered indicates that a those early morning work-outs
order of morale and collective
hometown high I calisthenics with Luther
Bks. 19 at 1700. newspaper while servo every
GOLF. STATION COl'RsE. Dally from 0800 to 2000. Open to ing outside the continental limits I effort prevailed in the units concerned morning, Nothing like a little ex.

ALL personnel. Clubs( available at gear locker in N.T1'Cutlitorlum, of the United Statesand there I ercise or a fire drill in the morn.

GOLF INSTRUCTION: for NATTC personnel by R. W. Reynolds, Sp isn't but one way it can be done. I "The Commander Aircraft, Seventh ing to start the day right.

(.\)2) c, 1300 to 13JO. (sign up at .bhatk.) That's by making written requests : Fleet has been informed by Now that cigarettes are rationed
HOSTESS: HOUSE open daily from 1530 to 2100. Salurdavs and for subscriptions or renewa of his Logistic Section that the successful the non-smwkera are the
Sundays from 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel and relatives subscriptions of newspapers and I completion of these tasks most popular individuals. So you're
and guests. magazines I was a result of the careful plan taking up smoking now!

NATTC I.JlIR.HOlt'll daily from 0800 to 2100. Postal Officers and Navy mail i ning:, interested cooperative spirit, Will keep the ears pinned to the
GOLF. STATION COURSE daily from 0800 to 2000.( Open| toLL clerks had this procedure emphasized and good old-fashioned hard workon ground and next week maybe a
,\ personnel. (lubs available at gear locker In X.TTCuditorlulII.. to them last week in a memo I the part of all units," i I few more scoops.

BOWLING daily at Ship's Service from 1200 to 2030. randum from the Headquarters of .,
SWIMMING DAILY. Recreational Period for Enlisted .Men's the Sixth Naval District. '
Bulkheads I
Guests, \i'ivesI'.\\'Ks from 1800 to 2100 NATTC pool. The procedure has been In effect

(sign up al shack) for some time, and the memo ._.. .. __._n_ .

randum last week was just a reminder \

AsliorcSUNDAY so that allpersonnel would ., .j
know of the action necessary in ) /
.
-1'rip to Silver Springs for all :N\TIC personnel and order to receive second-class publications ,

gunsts. Tickets $i.88 round trip. Bus It'a"fat 08.10: from circle out- ; s .,
IJA Main Gate. Leaves Silver Springs at 1800. Special rate for -_ \-i fa t .' "

servicemen and women at Silver Springs.! I I Early Mailing-Of Xmas

JACKSONVILLE IUACIIESu..f' leave at frequent Interval. ,,, ..,
from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathing Gifts Overseas UrgedWith .:

ant other recreation at one of world's finest! ocean beaches. Bus
fare %}{'. i the thermometer hanging ,.,' ,"
around the 100 degree mark for "
NAVY MOTHER'S HOSTESS HOUSE, 101 East Church Street. too-long intervals these
j days,
USO CENTERS at 122 West torsjlh! Street; above Blanding BusStation !! NATTC personnel may find it a -

; Church and Ne\vnan Street; 311 Uest Duval Street USO little difficult to think much about .H. ,
WOMEN'S DIVISION: at 43 West Monroe Street. I Christmas mailing of packages to j", .

NVTTC' Section of.Jax Air Ncw It published at expense of Welfare and men overseas, but the Navy De. : 'i.

Recreation-- -Depurlment.Conviviality-- '- I I II partment, after experiences of last -
. ??? mess hall masters-at-arms-- were- year, is convinced that earlier
( ) mailing must be accomplished this '1 .: .
.
cast aside. ft
Prevails At Picnic I I year. ikW ."-1 1JL
While some pf the chow
Conviviality prevailed last Saturday from the mess halls already pre personnel may receive parcels -
I ii
.
r afternoon in the park adjacent pared, some was cooked on the without request at any time of the I' ,

\ to the CPO Club where memo open grill\ in the park. I year.but this privilege makes ..

bers of NATTC's TM Division participated Interspersed with chow and refreshments even more necessary the early :-
in an evening's round of was plenty of singing : mailing of Christmas packages. .j..j"Y
recreation, refreshments and picnic and some of the members of the : None should be sent later than 15 )

chow. division proved themselves well October and insofar as possible ....i '"
In addition to members of the qualified in the roles of 'harmon-I relatives and friends of personnelin
'''!t
division, including. (jg 1 Wesley izers." The fun continued until a I the three branches overseas : : :i- \ .:: .

K. Welch, Division Officer aTid as. I late hour, and every one attending I should mail as much earlier as Is'I ," ".

Blatant Commissary Officer at declared the affair a success I Ii feasible. "
NATTC, wives of several of the i from every standpoint. Restrictions size, 15 Inches in '
men. WAVES and other guests attended length and 36 inches in combined :'$JIo

the affair where mess hall Navy Independents llajr length and girth and in weight, "

cards, proper manning of the I "Extra" Casli: War Bond Safe I i five pounds, ,apply to parcels for 1111> .."AJ.tC t.u. .. .

steam tables, menus and other 22 .un -July Navy personnel aj well 04 the
|}isual worries of mess cooks and Army I like 'cokes'-why d'/a aik?
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7 June, 1945 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS !ON Page Eleven



. BUSINESS v IS I -Nerve Center Of NATTC




ALWAYS BRISK NATT enms4ee



IN OOD OFFICEThere ,


aren't very many men at

NATTC who haven't came in personal ,
contact with the Officer of kI P

the Day or at least with the personnel iLpL
of his office at one time

or another during their tour of _
.. duty here-but there probably are Uy John Illchbourg, AEMSo
plenty who aren't too conscious Phase 5 tossed a shindig Satur-

of the widely varied responsibilitiesand day, June 2nd, and the boys are
actlvitities delegated to that F still talking about the swell time
office everyone had. The affair was a

"Logging In and out" all officers 4 combination farewell fracus for Lt.
and enlisted personnel- whether 1 Rubin and a welcome for Lt. Miller -

they're taking a special liberty at Mr Rubin's orders read ASO

cther-than-working hours (in the Philadelphia (Aviation Supply Office -

case of Ship's Company),.an emer- ) ht ships out sometime this

gency leave, just plain annual leaveor t a y, week. It seems like a good "deal"
coming here or departing from for the good Lieutenant-only a

here for duty ,is one of the primary few miles from home and they

activities of the office, but I I1-1 I say- -permanent duty. Who could
there are so many others that fall : ? -k tjfII ask for more than that. Lt. Miller
to that little area In the north s takes over the operation of phase

west corner of the Administration 5, replacing Lt Rubin. To Mr.

building that the office is main- I .... Rubin we extend our best wishes
I 'j I I 1I >
'Abd icfi
;
tained on an around-the-clock r c gs |for his continued success and well

schedule. 3E>rr ik N being-and may he always have
<
Most men are extremely familiar Above are shown the personnel of one of three watches who: 'carry on an around-the-clock opera- "happy landings."

with that 0600 hours piping of tion In the office of the Officer of the Day at NATTC. Although most officers and enlisted men knowof "Shuffle Foot" Brooks, from At-

reveille over the barracks' PA systems the OOD's shack as a place to log In and out, duties of the office go far beyond that and are varied. lanta suh, spent the biggest partof

each morning (except Sun- OOD personnel shown In he'picture, left to right, are Mary ration, Sic; E. II. Harrison, CSp; M. T. the evening at the party tryingto

,. day, and with the late-evening Fannin, Sic; Lt. Comdr. James M. Moore, one of two permanent OOD's, and B. II. Beardon, BugZc. improve relations between the ,. ,
tatoo and taps at 2155 and 2200, Just ns the picture was taken an unidentified sailor, at right, appeared with logging out papers. North and South. His inimitable -
respectively, but perhaps not many 1I 1- -.- -- --- tones could be heard all over the
stop to think that some one In the I Joint-"We wus robbed, suh. If
OOD's shack sets them oft And SKY Twins Are Mr Lee had had a few hundred

then, there's the familiar "Now MACU.fillifiuLiNlIs I more men, suh, the story would
hear this!" which goes over the en- ,I SnIP'S have been different. "And soon -

tire PA system at NATTC. That, Awaiting ReunionWhen and on. "Hot patch" burn

too, originates in the same shack. COMP7ANY outdid even himself. He had a
Preparing all those announcementsIs John W. Whitley com- swell time, though.
pletes his course in Aviation Store-
the OOD's
responsibility-and a During the course of the evening -
log of them, every one that emanates keeping at NATTC, he'll be look- PROfilESI A. J. Welmert, the "I'ankle .
I I ing forward to a happy reunion
from the shack, must be Frownlotsa" of phase 0, beggedoff
out on the West Coast, restoring a
kept.All when requested to display his
of twins which has
companionship
the duties of the office are By Corp. Herb Johnston, Jr. II vocal accomplishment. Said be
scarcely been broken in the 20
too numerous to list In detail. I When it comes to regulations regarding wasn't In voice. That almost
the two have been in this
The Officer of the Day Is respon) .. the uniform of the day, years There probably never was an ruined the party. I understandsome
world.
Bible for the "security of the Sgt Francesco Regina has always Italian who couldn't sing, and of the girls retired to the
He and F.
Benjamin Whitley
area" and makes a dally check been strictly "on the ball." So the whether Gin o Bachetti, S2c, place girls usually retire to and
Jr. inducted into the
were Navyin
<>f all fire extinguishers In the thing that happened to him while planned it that way or not, he'swell wept bitter team. "Pankle" remained -
March of 1944 and from then
Ad Building and Annex. Under visiting a soldier buddy the other been on his way to having a sweet adamant, however. ;
on have inseparable, exceptfor yam
his direction the chow at every day at Camp Blanding just cut a little stretch this when choral setup.
mess Is "sampled." him to the quick. "Stabbed in de the San Diego Station year could send Bachetti so far has four sons Mr. Grover's good right hand,

Gangway inspections to those cuticle, dat's me!" moans our boy only one of the two brothers to ranging from eight down to two "Pappy" Voorhies, finally got that
special student buses which run from the Bronx the Aviation Storekeeper School I and a half years in age and although "jalopy" of his in high gear the

on Saturday afternoons falls to Here's the dope: As Reglna's here to fill a complement. f he'll be the first to admit other day. He's been crowing
.. the OOD's Office and 'that he's Bing Crosby he will about it since.
visitors' heading toward the gate, a Colonel Ben shipped out recently returning no "Pappy" practi
i passes to the Station* must be ap- drives up in a jeep and wants to to the San Diego Station I admit that there are some possibil cally created the thing. After be-
'",' ities with that quartet of boys. ing taken completely apart and
proyed'theye. know since when did enlisted men while John last week started his ; put
J c The transportation pool main; run around in barracks hats. Regina I 1 i Reminded that an Italian back I together four times, the contrap

"tl.ln j f departments, schools, gulps and says, "Ever sinceI ground Just naturally leads to tion retains very little resemblanceto

;" drafts, 'and, $,her activities comes been in da Marine Corps, sir." singing, Bachettt says, "Yes, that's its original state. "Shorty" Williams -
,fr" under ,the stain*" office-'and keep- That takes all the wind out of the true; and they have a red-headed remarked that it's been

'-SI "JnC.'UJ' "k cu ate. record of just Colonel's sails, and he's barely ableto Irish mother; plenty of good voices around NATTC just four timed,

",wiser the'Jialjy dozen vehicles attachect'.W'Ua manage a very small, "Oh, the have come out of Ireland, and maybe too-three times when he pushedIt
f ; 'office are at all marines, huh? Hurrrrmmmftffl"I we do have something there. and once under its own power.
... .=
.. times, vtfnto. '"them. and how far
Speaking of Army bases, But before I start thinking too "Pappy" Is a confirmed opti
the users"travel 'In them is more I they've a couple of them near much about that, I'm going to see mist, though; he says he's going

of a task than might appear on I Lubbock, Texas. And that':t't'p' that they have plenty of good to keep the "Jalopy" for long trips,

the surface. Each vehicle makesan in the heart or' town also has a schoolingmore than I had. That's such as Jaunts to Jacksonville, etc.,
average of 10 trips dally, which Marine MTSgt. due home for a something every one needs." and he wants to purchase a scooter!

means 60 trips a day. and 120 entries visit early next week He's ; I More men at NATTC probablysee I for going back and forth to Dewey
on the log in and out. Park for his
chow. He's serious
Uacheltl's work than
Thomas It. Van Meter, a veteranof any ,
In C'onnt'dlonith that transportation Knajulein In the Marshall other one man's here. All those about the scooter-really wants It.

-now and then you and other Pacific( hot spots, latera posters that stand out and plea If you know where he may obtain
Mill find the personnel in the student In the Automatic I'llot for safety, more purchases of one, please contact "Pappy" or this

shack-from the permanent !School! and currently an Instructor War IlomU and preservation of column.
non on down to the lowest ratedmessengerbending In the same school. health, others which herald the I Have you heard about the AEM

over back- current movies In the audito- party and dance that's scheduled
After having a look at Van :Me-
"Rrciv to help arrange transportation ter's record book, you'd think it rium, still others which ask for to come off this coming Saturday

for a man who suddenly would take a lot to get him excited cleanliness In the NATTC area, I night at The Pines? All AEM:
finds "
himself with
leave emergency but you get a Texas boy to and more which may remind one Ship's Company, their wives and
papent. It isn't uncommonto talking about his home town that "food Is ammunition-don't guests as well as all civilians attached -
no
see the ODD calling on the matter how much he's seen or iJLii waste it" are produced by him.lie's I to the AEM "A" School are
station and off the station to ar-
attached to the Welfare Department cordially Invited to come. You get
done, and he'll chatter on and on I ,
range a quick trip for some man I I -- food, free set-ups and music for
and in small
and on. Makes maughty fahn lls- I a workshop
who needs to somewhere In I
get You
dancing. give"-'just
tenin', too, pahdnuh. You can'tblame at the rear of the auditorium turns $1.50 per
a because of
hurry
an emer Well
couple. what do
the Lone Star sons for being out those posters through the silk you want-
.
aem'y.There I 'in : beer?
proud of their state any more than _v__ ,___ ,_ screen process or bv individual egg your
isn't very much that goeson you can blame Texas for being so B. F. and J. W Whitley I handwork. Many of th'movie pos. Corp. Plnskl, Marine AFO
at NATTC which isn't con- doggone proud of her sons. ters, too few in number to war student, Class F-33' couldn't get
at the local-school. The
reeled directly or indirectly with course rant of the the drift when the to
Take it from Sgt. John "Tip"Tipsword use screen process, are person
to be at San Diegountil
the OOD's shack. A student hits first expects
done by hand. whom he had just surrendered
Ill is a bit of alright, individually a
brother the final
his gets
the deck first thing in the morn. also. But Tip's happy most any But the work is "right down his completed form, said -"My

ing, responding to the call of rev place, as long as he has his mo- "word" on aviation it's handed supply and out alley," for back in civilian life, in goodness, Corporal, Iould
eille, wondering just what he'llwear torcycle with him. "It's the next storekeeping as Pittsburgh, he did the same kind have guessed you to be much
here and is sent back to the Cali-
that Before he's had ,
day. best thing to flying," chortles the of thing for the American Steel jounger. You certainly are hold-
fornia Both their orders
time to worry very much about it, chunky chance-taker. We've heard spot. and Wire company--posters and Ing jour own, e'trrm..lyell.."
read for return to San Diego following
the barracks' PA
has Informed The
system about some of the speed and stunt signs of every description. mystified Corp. growled,
of the SKV
him of the uniform of the records the Sgt. broke before he complet.on At the war's end Bachetti expects I ",,"hatta yiih mean?" (lie had
day; and that had been determined course here. seen a bit of combat
entered the service, and we won- to return to Pittsburgh, and and had a
in the OOD's shack. der where he gets this "next best" They both won their SK3c ratesat I before too long will have his own reputation to maintain.) "I ain't

There are two permanent Officers business. Over a hundred miles San Diego and when the two paint and sign shop in operation.One so old." Well, to make a short

of the Day, Lt: Comdr. JamesM. an hour, with nothing under you meet again they'll both be SKV thing is certain; If those lads story short-lie had written In

: :Moore and Lt. Otto J. Fleig. (except two wheels, held apart bya 3c's. Ben won the wings to his rate of his don't turn into singers, he's the space provided for length of

They alternate the watches from few thousand bolts and jolts) upon completion of the course here at least assured of plenty of helpers service, 28 years, 2 months and
0800 to 1600 and from 1600 to 2400. brother, that there IS flying! and John is expected to get the in his enterprise. 4 days. What he meant was 2ft

From 2400 to 0800, responsibility Thanks just loads for offering, Tip, addition to his storekeeper rate months, :2 days and 4 hour

rests on the Duty OOD. But, o' boy, but we think we'll take the upon completion of the course. CONTEST DEA0L1NE NEAR We're only kidding about that
y around the clock there's a Chief of bus to town this evening. The two come from Win nab oro, Only eight days remain for en- reputation stuff, Corp., we think
the Watch Texas, where, before induction into tries to be submitted are a fine bunch of
on duty, and clerks and Used to be a good little ditty on in the NA- you guy,
the Navy, they helped their father TechTraCom really.
messengers round out the 24-hour Song Composition
the popular music mart that made keep a 200-acre farm, and when Contest which '..... .-.-
staff.
There is a quartet of Chief 'the carries a $100 War ....
with pleasantly easy-going the war is over, they both expectto Bond R. J, Kurtzman, former phase 5 .\
Petty Officers of the Watch in the that "Wishing will make It I as first prize. Entries should
theory return to that cotton and corn- be turned I Instructor, is back at NATTC attending
office, including B. N. Sibley, sooooo Funny; it alwaysruns i in to the Public Rela- -
CBM; E. H. Harrison, CSp, T. Fos- through our head when we're producing area. .... tions Office, Room 138, Bldg. 500 the Searchlight School.'He's .
.> ter, Cap, and G. R. Clark, CBMA. 'stumbling around out in the out Annex. Additional Information on now an instructor at the PBM
Then there are the police force un- Pfc. Joe Brand Arky VaughanTwho. was frozen I Ito the contest con be obtained at this School in Oregon.
field, watching his California ranch last season I Chief
der the Chief Master-at-Arms, cur- office Sp. (A) Sterkel wouldn'tchange
all the flies we're
catch
supposedto Selective Service board and
his
rently James A. Nabers, BMlc, and by --'l- his present duty for a car-
catch. We'll keep on wishing
just -
was unable to play with the Dodgers friend: ton of Camels. He stands
the mustering of all restricted men and we'll be GI's girl "I'll never go guardat
which likewise come under the Brand's, someday brand of ball. playing(Youwouldn't was thawed out by Uncle Sam out with that ventriloquist any the swimming pool while the
OOD. recently, and inducted Into the more." WAVES swim. Sp.A)3c) Cor-
dare laugh at us that wayIf Army at San Francisco. bett likes to dance
GI ? with the
Sometimes the stack is busier didn't know we were scared : "Why, honey dolly
you Girl Friend: "Last night he sat with the hole in her stocking'
than
Grand Central Station but
; of you. G'wan, yabumya!) Navy Independence Day
Phase 5 tossed a shindig Satur- "Extra" Cash War Bond Sale me on his knee and you sbouia once in a while, but much more

coming in, when officers and men deadline, or hitting the first minuteof 22 JUD -'7 July have heard the things he made me with the carefree lady who pre.'
are beating their return-from-leave their leave period say-" fers no shoes at all. "




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.r Page Twelve NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 7 June,-1945



If r Air Raiders Take Six Straight; i Hurlers Cool Jax And Memphis Fighters Will _



Meet Daytona NAS Here TodayThe Sluggers In Meet There 15 June, Here 28th' .

.
__ II.
-
Air Raiders' winning Softball Tilts Never the twain shall meet,

streak was snapped :Monday I "The 'I I Student Socker they say, but it will be NAT

afternoon when they dropped a TC vS. NATTC when the "

return game to the Orlando Pitchers, who have been classy ring teams representing "i

Army Air Base team there :- :: : taking quite a beating in the the Training Centers at '

eight to nothing. first couple of weeks in the ...
., 1'a Memphis and Jacksonville clash in

NATTC's hard-hitting Air if ". NATTC Softball season, a couple of duels this month. 11II'. _' .

Raiders, who blasted across \ opened a successful counter- r Lt. Rex Enright, physical training )t. I

while whipping four assault to pare batting aver- 'a officer, announced Monday ,
51 runs :
that the local mitters will go to
opponents last week, will en- ; ages down to normal last week Memphis for the first joust on 15

j counter some stiff "outside" when the weatherman consentedto June with the Tennessee NATT- "

opposition today when the five let all games be played In the Centers coming here for the sec- "
leagues here.
ond engagement on 28 June. ,
Daytona Beach
from
NAS nine Two of the best mound '.
jobs were
comes aboard for a Joust startingat Triumphs over their Memphis"cousins" ,
1700 at the NATTC diamond.It Arm"A chalked up in the Ship's Co. American would be quite a feather "

will be the first meeting of League, which finally got off in the caps of the Jax fighters, -

the season between the two clubs, to a belated opening. Cooper, of and with a veteran lineup of stars,
the Fire Control ten, turned in a
and Raider Manager Midge Ma- neat two-hitter as AFC trimmed ready for action, the locals are ,' '
keever announced he will send 9 hopeful of victory ;
Advanced Ordnance, 5 to 1, and
either Johnny Bittner or R. C. Sam Elliott, probably the best With the return of Lou Fugazy, ,

Thurmond to the mound againstthe hurler in the Center's history, allowed a "super-deeper" bantamweight, I \

Daytona sailors. but three safeties as he and the addition of Welterweight i '..
The Ideal club also is slated to tossed AEM Operations to a S to 2 Eddie Clayton, winner of 18 of 20 r

meet the A. and R. team here victory over Aviation Ordnance.lloundsml'n profightSj the current Jax team r
either Friday or Monday in tfie appears as strong or perhaps

playoff of a postponed Station fortunate In the_were other not Ship's quite Co.as stronger than any previous outfit :'
League tilt, and on next Wednes- here 5-
5
F
loop, the National, as the Basic
day the team will go to Avon team Team members are Heavyweights r:
Electricity jumped into the
Park, Fla., for a clash with the lead with its second victory ...-... ........ Al Sinibaldi and Norman : ot
Army Air Base nine there.In straight Welterweight Eddie Clayton, Etenson ...\ //I'
K.. .t ..}: an 11 to 8''triumph over Light Heavyweight '1
sweeping a quartet of new member of the Training Alabama Dubose ..
Johnny Bittner, ace mounds- Turrets. Stoffers was the winning Middleweight .. ,
games last week, the Air Raiders man for the NATTC Air Raiders. tosser, his second of the Center ring team Danny Rosati, Clayton, ':
their winning streak to Eddie r
Unmet
ran season. The Cooks and Bakers Lightweight Junior "
six straight, set up a nifty over BKS. :34 WAVES SINK BKS. 51 found a soft touch In Physical Is Lightweight Charlie Dedmon,

all record of victories against Bks 51 went down to inglorious Training and Welfare, concertIng Eddie Clayton Featherweight Sal Alverez and

five defeats tightened their first defeat last week in a WAVES 20 hits into a dozen runs fora Fugazy. ,

place hold in the Station League softball game at the Center in 12-4 decision. Doughtery gate And VetAll Sinibaldi and Rosati have fought .1"' _

-. with an eight and one mark, and of which the shapely team representing the P.T.&W.: batters only five Navy Ring in the big time in the East; Bar ? I,

established themselves as one Bks 54 slugged out a 26 to 2 blows. In the third National I nett, Evenson, Alverez and Clay :.
the top flight service teams in because of Navy chow the ton
victory. League clash, Anderson pitchedthe : are ; Ded
this section. NATTC boxing team has a new mon. '
Police team to 8 to 6 win ,
G I. Zanner, a mound artist an ,1
Three of the triumphs were over member, a crack welterweight who -
whom have retained their ;
over Phase X. ama
from Detroit had the situation
station loop foes, while the fourth has won 18 of 20 professional '
teur status, are tops in the simon f;
well in control as she let the Bks Two lopsided scores were recorded ,
was a 7 to 2 decision over the fast I fights and 57 of 75 bouts in the class .. \
51 batters down with a collection in the Officers' pure
Orlando Army team, a win which sparse League. With amateur ranks. '
boost In of hits. L. Luther was the Comdr. Jett and Lt. Crow dividing This group packs a barrel of all- .
provided a big prestigefor The new mitten slinger is Eddie
the locals. losing pitcher hurling chores, the Administrationteam around power and ability and is "
and
of
Clayton Philadelphia, according
Timely hitting, sensational field -'- i i- whipped Schools, 10 to 1, for to Eddie Barnett, NATTC numerically stronger than any I
1I01l'wood-Le8i than a month its second victory and the league previous team here. In NATTC's
ing and Johnny Bittner's strong veteran 'the Pennsylvania \
boxing ...
the decisive factors after his induction, Jerome Court. lead. The student Officers defeat- last outing, a 3-3 draw with Cherry
right arm were
is boy"Inside
a "plenty sharp
as the Raiders came from behind land, 18, was made a U. S. Army ted Ordnance by a similar score. pounder Point here a month ago only

& to wrap up the convincing verdict sergeant, he notified his friends at Two teams won their second victories the ring. four of the above fighters, Rosati, : .

over Orlando. Columbia Studio. I in the School loop as Bks 6 Clayton hasn't engaged in ring Barnett, Dedmon and Alverez, saw
since he entered the Navyin
warfare action
The Army club went ahead In His rapid promotion was credited : nosed out Bks 2-6 to 5, and Bks the against the marines.
July, 1943, and his return to
both of to attendance at a private mil. 53 Bks 5 8 to
the second inning, scoring outpointed by 3.
is due to two factors
Its runs, but the Raiders quicklytied itary academy and studies in radar Landry tossed a six-hitter for Bks. squared circle ery for nearly three years, their .. .
of serious training
the absence

it up in the third, shoved over preliminary to his induction. 53. Bks 60 tallied six runs in the paths separating when Bob turned
and viands."I .
.
the winning tally in the fifth, add- first inning to down Bks 61 by Navy pro. Montgomery'won the lightweight -,. ,'.
.
8to7. weighed 135 pound.ht'n I title in 1943 Yfcotp I EmJacR. "
ed three more for good measureIn got in the Navy," Clayton .
the sixth and wound up with a Navy Independence Day In the AEM circuit, Bks 13 took stated. "Immediately after my Alt.er <8&\Y V %'. .., .
Char "Extra" Cash War Bond !Sale four years'In.:the amateur.: :
single counter In the eighth. I over the lead with a 9 to 6 decisionover boot leave I shipped out aboarda .
lie Rushe, Orlando mound ace and 22 June-7 July Bks 16, Bks 17 outlasted Bks cruiser. I was on the ship 21 classification, during wHich: he .

the property of the Pittsburgh 15 by 14 to 12, and Bks 18, with months and when I got back to racked up 20 .krio kopts.r d'.37 ,

Pirates was the victim of the Haliskl paced the locals with three Hook twirling effective ball, out- the States that Navy chow had decisions against thew l llaes, Clay .-

NATTC assault. bingles, while the most timely blow classed Bks 14 by 19 to 4. me up to 165 pounds." ton turned to p ttOl'-p.ar'

Catcher A. P. Pet.atanto and was a triple by Bill Muir with the Games are slated this afternoonin Upon arriving at NATTC to attend game and started kayosanOl3'decisions wifa a'pans: i ?. Be;
scored five
third Sacker Joe Killough, bothof sacks loaded. the School loop, AEM: League Advanced Ordnance School,
while being outpointed twice. His
whom hate been going greatrun'i
tilts American started out
Friday, League Clayton working so as
for the Raiders, led the attack The Raiders had little troubleIn most notable triumph was a third
Tuesday and National to shed of the
some
League excess pound
on Ru he. Pesavanto rapped subduing the M. A. D. club as round TKO over Lightweight Billy
and his skill at leather
three for four, while Killough .J". L. Bowers limited the Marines Wednesday. age, the of Barnett.tossing As the Speary, who packs a pretty fair

drove in three runs. Shortstop to six hits, while his teammates --- result caught the ring eye team has more reputation along the upper East ,.

Mickey Murphy had two for were rapping 15 safeties skilled member. one Coast. Most of Clayton's fights '.
four. good for 18 runs. Killough, whois NATTC SOFTBALL has were waged at the Philadelphia .
worked
a marine, led the attack with I 1 Clayton already Arena, and he also has fought in :
Except for the second inning, STANDINGS down to 150 and intends to lose "
four for four, while First Baseman New York and Boston.
Bittner encountered little difficultyin eight or 10 more pounds, which
setting the soldier sluggers Dan Ferazan, also a marine I will place him in the welterweight Cla.tol '. 21 months at sew

down with three hits in the seven and Sailor Woody'od.- (Results! to 4 June!) division. was spent on sub patrol and convoy -
dail each had three base knocks. ARM: League duty in The Atlantic and
innings he worked. A sore arm The Pennsylvanian has traveledin
Third Baseman Tomer was the Team W L
Mediterranean. He was basedat ..
forced the former Hollywood ace pretty fast during his
Bki 13 2 0 company
stick for the Marines
big man
from the mound and R C. Thur Bkf 16 2 1 five years of ring competition. He Palermo, Sicily for one month.

mond, former minor league twirler, with three for four. Bki IX 2 1 started out in the East Side AC An AOM3c, Clayton is slated to .' .'

took over and tossed hitless and Brawley returned to the moundto Bki Bkf i"M 0(J 1 1 in Philadelphia, a club which has be an NATTC "resident" for the n

runless ball the final two frames. record another victory as the lo- Bks 17 0 l dominated amateur team boxing in next three months or so. He ti

The Raiders' three league victories cals edged the Marine Fighters, the state for a number of years. doesn't plan to return to the ring

were scored over T-4, 17 to 97. It was a tight duel, and again School League At this club, he was a stablemateof when he dons a tweed suit. He is

8; M.A.D., 18 to 7; and the Marine timely hitting provided the winning Bki Team 6 W:2 L 0 Bob Montgomery, the current 27 years old now, and while thatis

Fighters of Malnilde, 9 to 7. All margin. Each club got 10 Bki 51 2 0Bks lightweight champion of the world a comparatively "green" age

were seven Inning tilts except the hits, and though three of the Marine 2 1 1 I now serving In the army. I as a rule, it is a pretty ripe one as
Bki 60 1
1
game with T-4, which was six in- blows were home runs, they Bki 5 0 :2 Clayton worked with Montgom- far as boxers are concerned. -. '
failed to match the Raiders' --
nings by agreement.A. run Bki 61 0 2Offl't'rs' -- /

G. Brawley was the winning total. Killough added three more World Champ Visits Center II I-
hurler against T-4, tossing the first hits to his collection, trailed by Team league L

four innings, while Killough took Haliskl and Pesavanto with a pair Administration 2. 0 p.
over the last two. Outfielder Chet each. Students 1 1
Ordnance 1 1
Schools 0 2

. Navy Tops Army I
National Co.
_. ._ League (Ship's )
y gt Team W I. aral.
Basic Elee 2 0
Cooks & Bakers 1 1 t
Turrets 1 1
t P T & Welfare 1 1
Police 1 1
Phase X 0 2

American League Chip's Co.)
W It
FireaControi 1 0 \
AKM Operations 1 0
Training Division 0 0
Av. Ordnance 0 1

Adv Ordnance. ._ 0 1
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NINE OFFICERS AT .
V

( CENTER ADD STRIPES a's. > '

Additfonal half stripes late last _
.)
week appeared on the sleeves of +
i af
nine officers at 'NATTC when an q

ALNAV raised the rank of five I

from lieutenant (Jg) to lieutenant,
and four received the half stripe! "

of a Junior grade lieutenant

Those who were advanced In 'l' .;; ... #': < ::""'" ;;;:" ..." ..... ......_ '*" ;w
,. rank to lieutenant were John R. Freddie Cochrane, welterweight champion of the world, who
-"''''''''- ;W ",., .,,:,';.. ":' Himea, Edward J, Hill, William F. only recently" received a discharge from the Navy, Is, shown refereeIng -

Fred Hunt, catcher and manager/ of the Orlando Army Club, Miller, Charles Horwite,.and RalphC a student bout at NATTC last Thursday. The champ refereed"
Awing and misses' one of Pitcher Johnny IMtnerV fast' ones as the Waterhouse. Those advanced two three-rounders and made a big lilt with the sailor fan*. This

NATTC Air Raider stuck a 7 to 2 defeat on the Invading soldier from ensigns were John M. Winston bout ended In a draw between Al Itelcher, 180, left, and Dave :Me-,

I team here last week. The catcher I M A. I'. Pesavanto and the ump James F. Villero, Walter S. iiallck, 180 right. Cochrane kayoed Pete Lello In the second round,
j U Ten Washington Lode, and Frank J. Norton. of an unspectacular" bout In town Friday nljbt.


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