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Creation Date: June 28, 1945
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VOL. 3, No. 16 28 June, 1945

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.J'; :;:' : Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Command p

i ;:" U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA



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I u S S Bunker Hill Is Crippled By Jap Suicide Planes




I :: Carrier Hit: At Okinawa Drive Has 11 r

'I YOUR BOND PURCHASES HAKE
Last Month Reveals

Navy To Reach
'.. \11 CTII\i Days '
w, The Navy Departent late last night added another ; 'E'EIf
: ',', Essex-class carrier to the announced list of U. S. vessels dam- TnOPl-l1 [ S

aged by Japanese suicide planes in the battle for Okinawa. fin'I."' 'tt\W' $800,000 GoalStation

:The carrier-the USS Bunker Hill-was struck by two Jap

Kamikaze planes on the 11th of last month, and has reported

into the Puget Sound Navy Yard at Bremerton, Wash., for 1 war bond officials
,. \'. repairs. announced I late yesterdaythat

; tc According to the Navy announcement, 373 of the Bunker after five days of the ;

tf, Hill's crew were killed, 19 more are missing! and 261 were 16-day Navy Independence .-.;
-- wounaea as a result or the Day Cash War Bond Drive, t

,. ,11: Joins StaffCAPT. attack. Included in the cas- more than $380,000 worth of .

ualties were three officers and bonds had already been sold

six enlisted men on the staffof at NAS and its outlying auxiliaries -

Vice Admiral Marc Mitscher The overall goal is

who was using the vesselas $800,000.
his flagship at the time. Topping all main station

Many personnel from this departments and auxiliary

station and its surrounding fields was Jax Municipal No.

auxiliaries served aboard the 1, with bonds worth $140,000 ;

Bunker Hill during her first already sold against a quotaof

cruise in 1913-14, when she only $65,000.
earned the ,nickname "Holiday The main station had $160-
Inn" because of her holiday strikeson 000 sold against a quota of
\ Rabaul, Trulc Tarawa, Kavieng : TIIUMBNAAIL EDITORIAL: This captured Nazi swastika flag, $500,000.
and Saipan. now on display In the NAS Jacksonville In connection with the Seventh
The Navy Department ranked I War Loan Drive, is symbolic of the success of U S. and Allied Station Leader
the Bunker Hill second only to the troops in the European theatre Behind this flag and its status as Leading main station bond:> buy
USS Franklin as a surviving casualty a victory trophy are many things, including the blood of our fight ing unit was the Executive Department
\ of the war, which indicated ing men, the sweat of our war workers, and--not least of all-the which had passed its
,'" that she was more severely dam dollars of our bond buyers. In the present war loan drive the per- quota by 41 per cent. Other lead
aged than the USS Saratoga, sonnel of this station have an excellent opportunity to speed the day ers were: Aircraft Delivery Unit,
I struck by seven Jap suicide planes when the banner of the Rising Sun will have a niche in the trophycase Continued on Page Two
l j;. last February. beside the swastika.
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58 Days ----- The Admiral
SpealtsV,1
I The Bunker lUll had been at sea The Station Scene Firs! Big Mow Of/ -I I _
for 58
consecutive days and nights
when the attack occurred, and had Season Uproots Three
". MONTGOMERY ; struck at Iwo Jima, Tokyo, the Distraught, bedraggled Navy
ROAKK Trees-anI
Inland Sea, 'Kyushu and Okinawa. wife emerging from commissary y Damage
above, assumed the dutiesof
NAOTC staff supply officer home in a joint strike that lasted after three-hour siege at meat NAS Jacksonville weathered its
Then-the two suicide planes hit con 11 tel' first big blow of the 1945 hurricane
James I
: last week, replacing Capt. *
I" less than 30 seconds.
season this week end when
'"- B. Ricketts, who has been trans- Many of the Bunker Hill's planes Lawn-moiling, umbrella covered winds reaching the speed of 53 i ?
outside the
ferred to command I :
; a
\' :- limits of the United were suporting Marine and Aim) tractors scooting among the knots whistled and screamed their
continental
q ground advances on Okinawa whena trees along Enterprise street way through the station.
A native of Emhouse, I
States. of Texas single-engine Jap fighter plane, like giant/ u'ateibnys. Blowing with gale force, the
Tex., and a graduate w oil *
known as a "Zeke. sneaked in wind uprooted three trees on the
A&M, the new staff officer entered fast, close to, the water on the Over-heated station bus driver air station-one between Bldg. 805
.the Naval service in 1917. starboard quarter. While still air resting his shoe-kss feet on and the Officers' Club, anothernear
He has had duty at Pearl liar- borne it dropped a 500-pound delayed dashboard within range of small the U. S. Naval Hospital
bor, Cavite and Stateside bases, action bomb, then crashed air-circulation fan Pumping Station, and still anotherin I
and has served with the USS *
among the 34 planes parked on the station housing area. No
; Pennsylvania, Patrol Wing Pacific the flight deck ready for take Tired, middle-aged female ci- other damage was reported.
s the Commander Aircraft off. The crash started large fires ultan employee taking up satl- Starting with high winds and
Pacific and the Bureau of Sup among the Bunker Hill's planes or's facetious suggestion to sit heavy rains Saturday night, the
plies and Accounts in Washing before the Jap skidded over the on hut lap in late bus to town tropical storm reached the heightof
ton. He was engaged in convoy side into the water. His bomb its fury here at 1635 Sunday w .
t duty in the Atlantic in World passed through the flight deck -S sebalG --I when the 53-knot velocity was recorded k '
War I. Capt. Montgomery is and out the side of the ship, exploding s"
married to the former Jewel Car in the air before it hit "-""t
roll of Corsicana, Tex., and has the water. The Number One base
two children, Roark, Jr., 16, and Seconds later a "Judy", a single- ball game of the season will Air Preparatory Program

Carroll, 9.Office engine dive bomber type, sped in be played at Mason Field Will Take All Under 20 :
.
--- -- on the ship from astern. The plane
... ,I tomorrow afternoon when
of PublicInformation was struck by a five-inch shell and All unmarried seamen or men of
smaller projectiles from the Bunker the Ft. Pierce Amphibs, equivalent rating who are under
Is New Hill's antiaircraft batteries, with a record of 27 victoriesin 20 years of age as of 1 November
but it continued its attack and 28 meet the NAS 1945 may apply for the Naval Aviation -
,
II games
Name for NAS PRONAS dropped a 500-pound bomb which Preparatory Program, which
Fliers who have 22 of
penetrated the after flight deck won provides for aproximately three
Jacksonville's Public Re- and exploded in the gallery deck 25: contests. For further terms of college training for flight .
lations Office, located in Building
immediately below. This plane details see Page six. training candidates, station education "
-" 954, has been redesignated the Office '
Continued Three officials announced this week. !
on Page ;
,,: of Public Information, it was R

,' :. : :" ,, announced The change last in week.name was made Navy Announces List of U.. S. Vessels tw

l4 by the Navy Department In Washington :
........ \\i!'" and was part of a general I
c' [ ,!4 change which included all public I Sunk From Pearl Harbor to PresentThrough
,-: t ., relations offices of the Navy. Marine
I' and Coast Guard. In ------ -
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; Corps I 31 1945, the Navy
'' the future these agencies will be May, 304 to destroyer escorts, eight patrol \vessels throughout the ship and, having
of
'tT\ I known as.the Navy Office of Pub. I has lost a total ships 16 transports, six gun boats, I made every effort to save her, the 1ti
,, enemy action the Navy Depart four oilers, two mine
lie Information the Marine Corps 24 PT boats, ship's company was ordered to
has revealed. This figure
Division of Public Information and ment layers, seven sub chasers, and one abandon ship. She sank & short
classes, from
all giant
includes each of salvage vessels, tankers, time later.
the Coast Guard Public Relations
small
carriers down the list to
', Office. seaplane tenders, and ammunition USS 3LOCK ISLAND, CVE-21,
r cargo vessels. ships, and floating drydocks.The aircraft carrier, escort. Sunk
bya
;, No change was made in the re- battleship the USS
-. Only one following canters were in. German U-boat in the Atlantic,
I ponsibiltty, organization or personnel Pearl Harbor "' '"'
,. ARIZONA, sunk at
f' of these offices. is the list, but eleven caniers, eluded in the list: May 29, 19-1 t. She was the only n..T.nmil : : Ralph Da-
: Among the Public Information on cruisers threa light CAKKIEKS U. S. aircraft carrier lost in the vison, Chief of NAOTC, is shown
six
1 heavy
Officers affected by the change on I cruisers and 60 destroyers have USS BISMARCK SEA, CVE-93, Atlantic. I above addressing a War Bond
this station are Lt. Comdr. RandallW. been sunk. Highest total in the aircraft carrier, escort. While USS GAMBIER BAY, CVE-73, rally at the Assembly and Repair
Weeks, of NATTCenter; Lt. small, craft is 45 landing boats. supporting the assault on Iwo aircraft carrier, escort. Sunk dur- shop Friday afternoon. Also
Calhoun S. Culp, of NAS. and Lt. The undersea fleet has reported Island on the evening of February ing the Battle for Leyte Gulf, on the program were Capt. Anthony -
'1 Richard.Barrett of NAOTC headquarters 43 submarines which failed to return 21 (east longitude date), 1945, was October 24-26 1944. Brady, new station C.O.,
USS HORNET, CV-8, aircraft and Capt. Malcolm Cloukey,
to home port, and 33 mine damaged by enemy air attacks and
carrier Damaged beyond salvageContinued A&R officer. Admiral Davlson'n.
fires were started aboard ,her.
The official abbreviation for the sweepers were destroyed.
I nsw office will be "Publnfo. Other vessels lost Include) eight Subsequently the fires spread! on Page hrflf' address can be found on page 8.
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Asks Phone Users Artist's Conception of Air War In Pacific f
Wavy Brady and WardIn .. ... Nt_.."" __"",,.
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To Cut Distance CallsAn

official memorandum this ForumCaptain
Radio
week directed all users of Navy

long distance telephone facilitiesto ,
reduce the number of their calls, A, R. Brady, commanding
to substitute the NTX system officer of the Jacksonville .
wherever possible, and to hold the Naval Air Station, and Captain
length of necessary official calls I F. T. Ward, Chief of Staff of the

to a minimum Naval Operational Training Com-
-?t|*- i I mand, participated in a radio I\t
round-table discussion over WMBR

$380,000 In I last Sunday, 24 June.Duval's .
participation in the Sev- g
enth War Loan campaign was the
Bonds SoldContinued topic under discussion. Special .

emphasis was placed on the individual .
From Page One I sale of E bonds.

130 per cent; Communications, 95 Captain Brady pointed out the
per cent: Physical Training & stupendous cost ot naval aviationand

Welfare, 72 per cent, and T-1, the importance of the repair .
71,1 work done. Ward t
per cent. being Captain
Among the outlying auxiliaries, pointed out the difficulty of supplying
$:7,000 Naval | our land and air forces over
Cecil Field reported ,
Air Gunners' School $25,000, Lee I such long distances, and the type ::4 *t.b
Field $15,000 and :Mayport of enemy we' are fighting in tne

In order to picture Pacific.
progress on the main $1:1'000'1 Other participants in the forum
graph showing a mountain I were: :Mr. Frank Snell, Jr., war
tened "Fujiyama," and a series of bond chairman for Duval county:
Mr. John L. Fahs Collector of In-
foothill, has been erected on the ,
mall just north of the bandshell, I ternal Revenue; and Mr. T. A,
opposite the main administration I, Lanford, of the Federal Reserve
foothill Bank. The moderator for the
building. Each representsa
and I forum was Gene Hill of the WMBR
departmental goal, Fujiyama
represents the station goal. I staff.
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As each unit approaches its Assistance
quota a jeep ascends the side of its I Legal Office /
hill. When the quota is reached ," x
Has Forms For
a flag it erected at the top. The Marriage
jeep on Fujiyama has already ascended I Under-21' Navy PersonnelThe .
32 per cent of the moun- ') If' '
tain. Legal Assistance Office, } ;< r
Ar- Billboard t'nveiled Bldg. 930, announced this week *'t1 ,\ .; ;:
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that it has on hand a supply of "y<;: .
last week the '"
Also unveiled was
forms for to
parents sign, consent :
new prize-winning poster design, ing to the marriage! of a child un- '1 '
painted on the billboard next to the der 21, a necessary prenuptialstep ; : :' .
station War Bond office. The pos- 'i .
in Florida. The forms be
may 'i l.
Chief Archibald it< '
ter was designed by "" "
mailed to parents in other states 4 '
Elliott, of NATTC, who received and notarized there. ; Ie
bond for his idea. It / f
a $200 /3
"Put I Forms may also be obtained for
carries the slogan, your i \ ,
John Hancock on a personal Dec marriage license applications under Si
laration of Indepe ence." I the new Florida 3-day waiting .kft J. ,. ; i r
period law, and may also be mailedto
Bond Drive featured other
The
other states for notarization and
about the station,
events
special I
signature by applicants. Includingthe
bond booth in Ship'sService
including a
day this application is handedto
a popularity contest in the county judge, and includingthe
A&R, and a rally addressed by day the license is* issued, five @c! 11 it 1
Rear Admiral Davison and Captain :
at days must elapse before the cere-
Departmental standings
Brady.
legal officials explained.
mony
present time, in addition to the ,
leaders listed above, were: I After the 3-day waiting period,

T-2 . . . . 61% both parties must go personally to
Inspection & Suney .. .r !S2% the county judge's office to applyfor ..:,
Ordnance & Gunnery .. .. 47% the license, and may be mar- y R _
Yard Office ... .. .. 46% a v
Assembly & Repair. . ... 45% ried as soon as the license is issued. at'a '
VF-5 ... .. .. 41% No health examination before <
Medical Department .. .. ... 37% marriage will be required in Flor- a wdal.
X-l. X-2. X-3 & P.O. .. ... 33%
Supply Department . . 29% ida until October.
T-5 ... . . .. . . 19% -_.,- -
Public Works Department. 18%
T-4 . . . . . 17% Bob Hope says there are two .. wk, ,t Nk > ,
VPBY-1 . . 15% kinds of people in the Navy: enlisted I REPRODUCED ABOVE are two of the many paintings by Lt, (jg) Joseph Domarekl of the air
BOg'i Transportation. Department. .. 10 4%% people and people with I war in the Central Pacific. Attached to Fleet Air Wing 2, he was given the opportunity by Rear'

Marines . . 4% clothes that fit Admiral John D. Price, former commandant of NAS Jacksonville, to participate in air strikes againstthe
Japs to gather material for a series of canvases on the exploits of the wing. All the finished
. A&R Bond Queen Contestants I paintings are hanging in the offices of FAW-2 at Oahu. The former New Jersey school teacher is at
: present assigned as flight officer at T-4 '
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s T4fight Officer Painted Scenes Of



Kwajalein Atoll While On Pacific Duty


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By Arthur Greene, Y2c that he decided to work on it in paint action in a forward are,

Artists have traditionally lived I his spare time. and Adm. Price agreed with him.
in garrets and other unimposing
Soon after he completed the The lieutenant
overhearing this
places, and many great masterpieces I
have been turned out in painting, the squadron held a fare praise of his work, presented the

hovels by painters who were on the well party at the officers' club. picture to Adm. Price.
verge of starvation. The handicaps The picture, and a mural Lt. (jg) I About a week later he was informed -
the artists faced were many Domarekl had also done, was that Adm. Price was going
---poor lighting conditions, not sufficient hung there for the occasion Rear I to send him out to a forward
funds for paints, or per : Admiral A. W. Radford and Rear area. And not long afterwardshe
haps a combination of all. I' Admiral Price, viewing the paint I flew with the admiral to Kwa-

But a new high in handicapswas ing together, thought it unusually I jalein where he spent the next _
{ reached by Lt. (jg) Joseph 'good. Adm. Radford said it wouldbe three months flying, painting. ,

Domareki, flight officer at T'j I nice if the young artist could I, Continual, on Page Seven .. __
while capturing on canvas -
Kwajalein exploits of Group I of i Brcncman At Hospital I

Fleet Air Wing 2. The former .
< Livingston, N. J., school teacher
had more than his share of trouble -
Coral dust flew freely on the
South Pacific atoll and as he deft
ly worked his brushes it flew Into !si9Mf

his eyes, his mouth, his hair, and
his paints.

Flies would alight on the wet : ,
d canvas, and attempting to get free, I
would leave a trail all over a new-
ly-completed painting. The heat
was so intense that Domarekl e
$ ,
would perspire freely, and the $
drops would fall on the paints he
had just mixed on his palette. And
worst of all the stench of newly
uncovered bodies would rise up to
plague his nostrils

Novel Story
Just how the lieutenant came to
be executing these paintings is a .
novel story in itself He was attached -
HEIIK ARE FOUR GIRLS who are competing for the title of to the staff of FAW-2 at

War Bond Queen of the A&R Shop. They are contestants for the Kaneohe as a plotting officer earlyIn --' "'
title of queen in their various divisions. Fifteen of these will be 1944. From the information TOM: BRENEMAN, of "Breakfast in Hollywood" fame: is shown;
chosen, and these in turn will be eligible to compete for the title of passed on to him by returning above renewing an acquaintance with Chief Pharmacist's Mate Ed-
A&R Queen. Bond buyers are eligible to vote for queen contestantson pilots he formulated a mental pic- ward A. Caballero, of Los Angeles,' former baseball and football star
the basis of one vote per $25 bond. Left to right ,the above girls ture of a raid on Wake Island car- at the University of California. Caballero is a patient at the Naval
are: Dorothy O'Quinn, of the administration division; Navada Wei- ried out by a fleet of Coronado Hospital here, which Breneman visited after an American Broad-
den, metals division; Gloria Arnold, Sic, assembly 'division, and flying boats under Admiral John casting Co network show from the stage of the Florida theatre last :
Mercedes Abrams,. plant division Final winners will be announcedat Dale Price. Its possibilities as a week. The ex-footballer was with the Southern Cal team that visited. I
the end of the Seventh War Loan Drive. painting impressed him so much Japan in 1928. 5
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Bunker Hill 1 Captain Regan Honored

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{:" Japanese Suicide PlanesContinued vY


Continued From 1'ajpe One ; 9JAVE

sive, the Bunker Hill compiled one I y
crashed on the flight deck at the of the outstanding statistical rec- ,
base of the island structure ords of any U. S. carrier Her

Third Plan' planes have sunk 162,000 tons of

A third plane also attacked but enemy shipping, probably sunk an- a o
was downed by the ship's guns before other 253,975 and damaged 454,075 p Ref
it could close in. tens. Air Groups operating from \\0.\DKR WHY IT Is that a ,

After this sudden catastrophe, her decks have shot down 475 barracks room which usually looks j,
the men of the Bunker Hill rushedto I Jap planes--169 of which were de- pretty good suddenly becomes one If
the job of saving their flaming l stroyed in the air between March grand mess just about Inspection

shlp.; Fires and exploding ammunition 14 and the day on which she was 4 ; time?
\ swept the flight deck where I hit.-May 11 ( Getting "the word," you surveythe
pilots and crewmen had been I On two successful days off Ok(. field of endeavor and plan general .

caught in their planes. Miracu. r.H.wa, her fighters brought down I strategy before getting busyon
lously, most of them escaped. 33:: and 34 planes. The ship itself : J the elbow-grease tactics. You
Below, where the second bomb was under almost constant attack say to yourself that the bottle ofI
went off, the hangar deck, becamea during the Okinawa operations, of yo' 4 Nr I pickles, the Jar of peanut butter,
furnace of burning gasoline fed anti her antiaircraft guns accounted and that package of cookies from
by fuel from several fuel lines and for 14 planes which came I home can be secured, as usual, ina

exploding ammunition from parked within range, drawer. Room mate's soggy
Smoke hundreds of _. hose towel and second best
... planes. rose -- ---- damp ,
feet above the stricken ship. But i hat will have to go in the locker.
In spite of the Intense heat and i 3 04 Vessels Where the heck did that stack of '

suffocating smoke, men stood by j -, -----.- I newspapers and battered magazines .
their posts to ward off further UHEN1 CAIT. HERBERT E. BEGAN, former commandingofficer come from"- well, gotta +

attacks while fire fighters foughtthe DestroyedContinued of NAS Jacksonville, was detached last week, he was pre- empty the waste basket anyhow. s
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flames. sented a scroll from the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, expressing You pause briefly to make like
"There were so many acts of Prom Page One the city's appreciation for his cooperation during his tour a dive bomber and drop a book
outstanding heroism, it would be of duty here. In the photograph above, Mr. Brown L. Whatley, I from table-level flight on to the
impossible to piaise any one over I In the Battle of Santa Cruz Islands Chamber of Commerce president, is presenting the scroll) to Capt. most familiar of targets, a busily
another" said the Bunker on October 26, 1942 and subsequently
Hill's Regan. maneuvering (escape tactics, hah!)
skipper, A. Seltz sunk by U. S. ships. _._ well armored
Captain George creature affectionately
---- --- ---- -- ----- crawling
USN. "I'm proud of every 'man USS LEXINGTON, CV-2 air known as "Archie." ,

who performed his assigned duties I craft carrier. Sunk during the I SERVICE INSURANCEThis I Having made a direct hit, you
V and words can't express our Battle of Coral Sea, May 4-8, wish, as usual, that you hadn't.

Indebtedness to those gallant men 1942.USS The flattened corpse does nothing ,
died at their posts below LISCOME BAY, CVE-56. ( .. article wa prepared and dollars over and above the $10,000 I good for the state of the deck. ;
\.VhO, They kept the boilers going I aircraft carrier escort. Sunk as contributed by the station Insurance face amount of the policy. i I SOME MINUTES 'later the edibles .

and the pressure in the fire the result of being torpedoed by office.-Kd.) I For example, suppose a Jap sui- odds and ends of laundry, one<
mains." a submarine on November 24, 1943, cide job gets Joe Blow or suppose [ stray shoe, one screwdriver (mech,
Sprinklers, undamaged' l I in the Gilbert Islands area. She Figures released by Headquarters : he runs off the highway on bring the strangest stuff home in

Forward on the hangar deck, the was the only ship lost in the Gil- 'deaths, Sixth Naval District, on the Beach Road Saturday night I their pockets!), one wad of make 4
in the naval service reveal
bert Islands coming back from ride the
sprinkler system was undamagedand Operation. I a on up-smeared cleansing tissue, one
and
some interesting amazing
from this area fire-fighting USS OMMANEY BAY, CVE-79, roller coaster. At the time his i once-white glove, one leaky bottle
parties led by the Executice ,Officer aircraft carrier, escort Lost in facts concerning National Servicelife wife is 25 years old. She is due : of shoe polish have all been put

Cmdr. H. J. Dyson, USN I,Lingayen Gulf Philippine Islands, I Insurance.Service insurance As easy is as to National I to live for another 45 or 50 years. out of sight. Then you sweep down
'get
tote into the ..eemlngly. impossible as, the result of enemy air attack i Under the insurance policy she can> : under the bunks and table, un-
it is believe it
as inexpensive as ,
task of pushing the burning in January, 1945. II elect to take payments at the rate der the chest of drawers, all
not in 1945 163
or January $36.00 or so a month (for $10-
back and lof
gasoline over the side of USS PRINCETON CVL-23. aircraft around the deck. As the sun hits
j .
,
of thedeaths within the
,
percent
,000 insurance If
) she lives hernatural
the ship. Comdr. Dyson was pain the window it's
carrier, light. Lost i merciless glow
during i United States were not insured. I i
expectancy, and the chances
fully Injured when the bomb went the Battle for Gulf Octo- I points a bright finger at the places
Leyte
I More surprising, perhaps, Is that | are she will, she will get $36.20 I i
off only 50 feet from where he | missed
ber 24-26, 1944. I 9.1 of deaths at advanced I you so you start overagain
was standing. But in spite of his percent month for 50 years. Fifty year .
USS ST. LO, CVE-63, aircraft bases had no insurance months i
600 and at $36.20 that
injuries he continued the battle un
the
Next
''a dusting. As the cloth
til the ship was out of danger. carrier escol t. Lost dining the,I And here is the pay-off, 13.5 to $21,720. That's a pret- I| makes vigorous swipes across
Only then did he submit to much- Battle for Lejte Gulf, October 24- percent of deaths in air units within I good investment he has made I laden surfaces, you wonder for the
26, 1944. the United States unin for .
needed medical treatment weie his.family I umpteenth time just why Mac sent
j On the flight deck aj the first USS WASP, CV-7, aircraft car- sured. It is hard to understand I Of course, $36,20 a month isn't that horrific bottle of smellum
plane crashed one pilot was thrown rsr.! Sunk in the South Pacific: why anyone in the Navy would all the money In the world; but, masquerading under the name of
out of his plane and Into a nearby on September 15, 1942, as the re- I fail to take advantage of his privilege when you stop to realize that aside I perdue, and why you keep it out.
gun gallery. Others weie blown sult of an enemy submarine attack to sign up for Government from your insurance that you buy As matter of cold fact, why keep
The WASP remained afloat! 'I life insuiance. And it is a complete -
over the side. Still more escapedthe and pay for the United Statesof out any of the bottles of perfume
,
burning planes by jumping for 5 hours after being attacked .i I mystery why anyone with America on its own hook is j| lotion, and such that invariably
overboard. A valiant group of and sank at a time when there' flight duty or who is going outside going to pay your dependent a litter the place and make one
Marines ran through the flames to were no enemy forces in the vicin- wouldn't buy it. And that takesin $50,00 monthly pension for a serv- I grand nuisance on own .
I your prif
a rocket storage room where they ity. She was operating In com- I just about everybody.One I'| Ice-connected death, on top I vate field day. You make your
worked in intense heat tossing pany with a task force engagedIn 1 Jason, of course, Is that : which, if you have a child or chilI \ thousandth vow that next time
bombs and rockets overboard until covering the movement of reinforcements I people put things off and then find I Idien, your wife will receive $15.00 I they will all be stowed away or
flames came so close they were. and supplies into at the last minute they have so 1 a month for your first child, plus thrown away.
I
forced to leave. Completely cutoff Guadalcanal.USS I much to do In checking out that $13.00 a month for each additional 1 I About that time an unwary el-
from the rest of the ship by YORKTOWN, CV-5, aircraft "- they haven't the time to make the :'child, you have to admit that the bow socks a bottle of "Spring-

tire, they jumped overboard, carrier. Sunk on June 7, application and take the physical. I combination of the two, your insurance I Love" and there is a distinctly unpleasant .
As soon as possible the USS 1942. as the result of enemy action 'I' (Of course, everyone had an and the pension, will give crashing sound as bits of
Wilkes Barre a cruiser in the during and subsequent to the Battle opportunity to get the insurance your family a tidy sum. I glass tinkle all over the deck
task group, came alongside plac- of Midway. The YORKTOWN :j|: without having to take a physical I' There is no use kidding, war, Spring Love becomes suddenly

ing her how hard against the was put out of action by enemy I j i examination for 120 days after he I costs lives and a certain percentage -. ': overpowering, and while your mute .
Bunker Hill's starboard quarter. aircraft atacks with bombs and i 1 or she came into the Navy. Then I are going to get it. And th ', tarings make the air blue, it is also
Her hose fought the flames while. torpedoes on the afternoon of June again in 1943 the Veterans>. Administration least you can do is to plan that. saturated with questionable sweet.
men who had been trapped on the ''I 4. She was seriously damaged and I I let down the bars for another if you are one of them your familywill ness. The alcohol in the mixture
hangar deck jumped aboard her hea\'lIy listed as the result of these period of 120 days during be decently taken care of. ,.1 makes a neat circular stain the
to safety. The destroyers. sfemb I attacks, and the crew was forcedto which time the physical was I By the grace of God and good J deck you just got through on
l, Charles S. Sperry and English, abandon ship in view of the imminent waived regardless of length of management our casualties are I, ing. sweep.

stood alongside as well adding danger of her capsizing. service)I. I relatively small, 1 to 10, on Oki- (lONE j HOl'K and one dozen
their hose to the fight. Slowly but During the early morning of June If every man would stop and nawa according to the papers, and later, stand in the door acnes
surely the fire was forced back. 7, the YORKTOWN capsized and think what he can buy for a that has been one of our most cost behold you the results of and
Wilkes Barre IIHNNt| sank as the result of cumulative monthly premium.of around $6.50 ly victories; but who are you to When your labors.
"The Wilkes Cane, the Sperry damage from aircraft bombs and it wouldn't take him long to get take a chance. Don't forget, too, windows you to hastily opened all the

Stembel and English did a magnificent torpedoes on the 4th, and sub- his name on the application. An that if you come through this airing, a lot give of dust Spring Love. an
job," Captain Seitz said. marine torpedoes on the 6th. Income for his mother and fatheror thing safe and sound, as you probably tied in on the eagerly whis
"They came alongside not know -- -* wife and children ranging from will, this Government insur- Wearily dust cleansing breeze.
ing whether we were likely to around $35: ,00 per month to $70,00 ance can be put to work for YOU wastebasket you again, empty the
Assistance
Legal I give the bunk
have explosions aboard. The Wilkes per month for life. In many cases personally after you are back more tug and spreadone
Barre evacuated thousands ofExNAS home again as a civilian. depart, hoping
to
our seriously this will add up the
_, inspecting officer is in too
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wounded, and with their able'
assistance --- much
of a hurry to notice the stainon
we got through. I the deck, and maybe has one of
The Bunker Hill then made a OfficerOn Night Fighter those
current
summer colds
A'al'lng' turn of- 70 degrees with can't smell. so she

,, ,wr'':,.} Wilkes Barre by her side. In
,' .turning she shifted the load of ShipFrom I Sets RecordWhat When you come back, you find
Hospital
a slip on the bunk. It says "Bright
water across the ship from star I "
work
board to port. She literallydumpt'd .g '\ Anzio to current Pacific :' is believed to be a record J quickly dull.at the Startled basin. ,Sure you glance
the heal of the '' I enough,
roaringinfeino 't't'
on her hangar deck, out t :' '% \>..'\ hot spots, a former NAS assistant for carrier-based night fighters has not one polishing swipe has been
Into the sea.Captian personnel officer has, in his own | been credited to Lt. \ ; been leading a "very busy i iexistence" furniture
Seitz has recommended : F Y words Klmgerman Hazelton, Pa., who got by, the bunks got
the USS Refuge, by but the
170 of his officers and men for l on destroyed four twin engined Jap bright work was dull!
Yf Navy hospital ship. I I! Wearily you hit the sack
awards- three for Navy Crosses bombers within a 24-hour period in pon-
for Silver Star : Lt. Comdr. Roy E. McCoy, de- I derlng the injustices of fate and
13 Medals 27 for > fj the western Pacific. '
and Marine Medals ';J 1 tached here on Thanksgiving Day, wondering I if anybody ever
Navy Corps Ordinarily night flying d<.s not got
40 for Bronze Star Medals and 96 ... "" ," 1943, is first now lieutenant serving on and the dam-Ref produce targets In such quantity.But some kind of strange disease by
.
breathing
as too
uge much
perfume. As
for Commendation Ribbons. on 12 April Lt. Klingerman hit
"The crew as a whole took his ): .... age control officer. In a recent the jackpot. He sighted his first consciousness fades, you suddenly'
in stride he said letter he described his experiencessince brighten with a heavenly thought:
thing "The Betty at 0300, 25 miles from his
fire-fighting, damage control and April, 1943, during which carrier. The Jap tried to shake off at least they didn't have locker
rescue parties did outstanding iv time his ship figured directly or the pursuing F6F, but Klingermangot inspection!
'I Indirectly in four invasions- An. ( ,-...,
"work They went into smoke her with his first burst. -- --- -
zio. Sicily, Bizerte and Normandy.
filled compartments through heat While ferrying his plane to an Seattle A&R
Comdr. Shop
that was unllveanle to rescue their Lt. Rogeit J. Waybright was D-day found Lt. McCoy other carrier shortly after 1930, ) .
shipmates. Many of them died recently named legal assistance officer half way across the Atlantic head- Lt. Klingerman scratched two Lil- Stencils Its Planes
trying to save others. Many others I While the legal office handles ed for Belfast, Ireland, where his lies. Three hours later another
All aircraft
treated casualties from U. S. : overhauled in theAssembly
stood by their posts In the boiler disciplinary cases and advises the ship alert was called and the Hazelton and
engine rooms until intense Commanding Officer on official ships anchored there Then the flew I Repair Departmentof
I shuttled of : pilot for almost two hours NAS Seattle, Wash. will be
Refuge patients many ,
and suffocating smoke struckt Navy legal matter i, the legal assistance before sighting his fourth meatball
I them German prisoners, between i marked with a stencil) indicating\
t down. Their devotion to duty officer handles only the ,another
Betty.
saved the Bunker Hill." personal legal problems of naval I France and Naples, Italy, later I that the planes had been groomedfor
DitllnguUlitNl Career) personnel and their dependents. A serving for three weeks as a base I -- ----- action there, according to Sand

Since the Bunker Hill art ived in native of Jacksonville and a grad- hospital in the Bay of Naples. The crossing the Date Line a few days; Point Static, the station news:

the Pacific area! in the Fall of uate of Denison University and the hospital ship left Naples for New lateu After a month and a half paper.
1943, she had participated in every University of Florida, Lt. Way- York with less than 100 beds he made his first Pacific port The stencil was chosen* from .
major carrier strike and offeredair bright entered naval service in empty, but these were filled at doubtless in a very advanced area, I among 20 submitted in a contest

suppor to every major amphibious July, 1942. He has acted as legal Oran, Algeria. since he described ensuing landfalls conducted there. A $25 War Bond
landing. assistance officer since repotting The former NAS officer becamea as "more recent beachheads"and I was presented as a prize to the .
: During this prolonged offen here on 4 January 1045.: shellback on 21 November "hot spots." sailor who designed the ..tenclL4r




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'=--J" >>:f\wUfs I Salute to the GeneralThe


))4 Editorial Offices/ c
Office 4>f Public information, Room 221
Administration Annex, Bid?. 934 7sIeu ondVieiDs f rornStotionMIAT
a Telephone Extension 8342
The JAX AIR NEWS: li published weekly at the U. S.
Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida by the Office of
Public Infvimatlon at no expense' to the go\einment and In
winpllance llh t'C.'nllCIi'I'ular Letter 4V.V6.: 28 May 1SH5.
Copies ate of charge at the Natal Air \ IS CHUISTlANlTY
rt11/rT
Station\ the I' I( lralnin Center, the
Headquarters or the Laval Air Operational Training Command Uy Ll. ((jg) Kobert J. Quinn, ChC', l'SNRChristianity
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Green Cote Springs, I III a life. It U more than a system.
Field the Naval Air
Naval Auxillary Air Station Cecil
(,.rnnera': Sthuul:; the ti, S. Naval Hospital: the Naval Aux.1Usty of ethic and giMKl "ch'I k'e, It i I"> a divine adoption.
Air Station Municipal\ No. 1, and the Naval Auxlll.ii
Air Station Mud ).>oIl. Ll. Qg) O. H. Townsend, Editor Being a good Christian doe not consist In being
and the weak, going to cluinh,
kind to the poor
Rear Admiral Ralph E. Da\lson. L'SN
the Scriptures" staging hymns being generOIIN -.
Chief t>f Naval Air Operational Training reading
In giving alms Just lo jour fellowman, .serve
Captain Anthony R. Brady t'SN liiff jour cliunh and its need, though It Include: all
Commanding Ortl"f'rJacksllIe
Naval Air Station of these. j
It I I.* First and Foremost a love relationship, ax I
Captain Joseph B. Lynch. USNRCommanding you never can become a meimVr uf a family by do- '
Officer Ing generou deeds but only by being born Into It I I
Naval Air Technical Training Center
out of love, so jou can never become a Christianby
I ..\ Captain John J. O Mai lev (MC). USN doing good things but only by being born\ lo It
Commanding OfficerU. 74l through 1)h'Ine lAme< .
S. Naval Hospital
Doing good things to a man doe Hut make you
Colonel Martin J. Kelleher, USMC (.Ret.) his !son! but being a..anti should and doe make you
a. Commanding Officer l Jo good thing Christianity begin with being,
I Marine Barracks not with doing, with life and not with action.He .

; Commander Edward 1 E. Dolecek. USX cause a'plant' I 1M a plant It will grow and bloom
Commanding Officers like a plant, a creature with the life of an animal
..'
Naval Air-Uunne. School will/ act a* an animal, yon have the life of a man
", Commander tank J'. Coibln. USN and you do I the I thing a man does but If you bate .
Commanding Officer the l.H'K of Christ in you, you will act like/ a Chrts- :
Naval Auxiliary. Air _blatlun. l;J tern Cote Spring I fsniY lan. You are like jour parent because you partake -
Commander How aid E. Burn -- of their nature, you are like God If jou partake
Commanding Officer American general IIf lit" >atiire. What a man doe I J. an outwardnuiilfrstulIon
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field No toner No stick
1 ivory swagger of what he I 1'1.
Commander Salem A. Van Every Jr. No gloves-in-the-hand No affectation ,

Naval Auxiliary Commanding Air Station Officer!Municipal No. 1 No autocratic entourage No conceit o

Commander> John. B.:-Huhn L'SNR -Just: "Ike"
Commanding Officer -Just Kansas
V Naval Auxiliary Air Station. Ma)'portLieut
-Just Victory.To -
CoL'lIl1a T. Evan USMC (Ret.)
Commanding Officer the American general- I'r"I"1 far 1".011", 1 July. JIIU
Marine Aviation Detachment -A- -\nj'i/. .. ., .itnliito.".". ._ .. __ And a hearty "11'1,1/ .iJntift". '" I'r.'!.t..& ('h.prll Communion M.u.tI..K.,/ ..l ....d.III. li.lh.1II, Au
U7.Wnoiv tVlaropal1.1'\I 't' c-eieuiutva\ by
Service --- -- - J,
Newspaper Chaplain D. Skinner
The JAX AIR NEWS receive! Camp
alerlal. Republication dn"J1l'Sr.nO2u llE 0900-Bilg Service 1 Chaplain L. W. Uavldsun, Jr.,
I CNS.ct\1ar .
without pel mIssIon ol 1 pi em'bin*. l'
42nd St. N. Y. C. ___ _______ The German People O'I:>>-NAT'liSeivloe. Chaplain" J. D. Skinner preaching' !;
topic "A Tall Ship 1
()!IO-: Sundav School In the Small Chapel.
The Charter "The German people ire food people. They are much 101l0-U, S. Naval, Hospital" Seivlct Chaplain J. A Ciclgpreaching J

I: like people el'efywhere-li1.'e AUler <'an.'f. They, were deluded 1045--<;eneial Divine Service, Chaplain. S. W. bell\ 1
;" Amid a general atmosphere of good feel- by Hitler and his Nazi bullies. They have learned their lesson' preaching' Communion ei 11 lce. \
1100 Chilstlan Science Seivlce-Small II
ing and good fellowship, the United Nations I and should be given another chance. Germany should/ be 11JO::Set,vice at PBY Hangar; Chaplain 11 rl'IA. Pullerpieachlng. i

Charter was signed by the delegates of 50 helped to regain a powerful/ / and respected place in the l11Q-"en'll't'! Men'. Chilitlan League, chaplain 1.. W. I!
nations on Tuesday, thus ending the World fa mil tf of nations." Davidson Ji,

Security Conference which has been in progress "The German people are ',ea. tR. 1'111all 'believe that athlle ("II pelt Msslin Stead and $ir.Ukau Attva. i
in San Francisco for the past two master race guff. They u'jlllll'l'er learn. They will forever/ CMj.08JO>--Ma Mass.O't.tO ss,.

months. Now begins th" long process of ob- IJe> preoccupied with the game of conquest'e]\ must squelch 1100; -Mass Muss. J
taining ratification by lithe various governments hem for all time" 1700--Maas

involved, a procedure that in all probability There you are-you can take your pick. You can pay liritlUn At enwe.!'rll'DNt Srrtk M..tI.. Read and Blrmlnititw J

will last during the remainder of the your nickel: or your dime or tune in your radio and get any 1100-Small I chapel ,
Latter hay Mlntii Small I
Chapel t imft MattU sad
kind of peace-conference German theory you want. If youslay Kiriniali' ,. .
ear.Even though the Charter has now been away from extremes, that's no problem-it's easy .to finda "e 1900..iI!l h-Krliiloiu Mutual m..tlnr'pdn..aday Srrvlm( and hrlluHnlitp). Mituri.
written in its final form, it is too early to "military and political analyst" who will say : 1>'llda ', 1&15! -Small Chapel: Muttln and blimlngham.

analyze its potentialities for keeping the "In connection with the Allied peace policy toward Germany Malnsldf.Tuesdj>., 1;UO-1S.1Q, : Chaplain*' Office NATTC

j eace. If it has defects, the world) may; rest itjnust be )Remembered that/ the actual truth about the Tuesdav.NACiS.Flist .17tH-1830-Chaplain's Office YellowValtr.,

aspired that at least part of these will be German people} lies someirheie/ bettceen'-the radical theories Tliuisdav of each month 1700-1830: )( Chaplain' Of.Seconde -
\ brought out when the document comes up for advanced by the violent' Gennanophiles and Gennanophobe' ,Thu4sdavt:; 'of Cove each Spiliixn.munl h. 1630-lSoO Readlnf

ratification by the United States Senate.On rhereure both good Germans/ and bad Germans, rind our Room! NAS: Ma> {poi r t.
Thud Thuiaday I of each month,
1500-1630, Chapel, JX
"
the face of it, the Charter appears to ware policy mnt be adjusted accordingly We must not

have certain very definite advantages over rush u'illynillinto/ /! some half-baked, unthouyht-out scheme

the now discredited, but at one time hailed but must -
League of Nations. For one thing, provided And while he prattles on and on and on the hot coals that I To The Editor I

ratification is complete, all of the great pow- are the issues burn deeper and deeper through the conference
ers of the world will be represented on the table. Dear Editor:
I Station Scene suffers from lack of .
various legislative executive and military Into this bubbling cauldron of personalities.It
thought and theory this was pretty good to start Your human interest
bodies) of the United Nations organization.This erviceman's newspaper would like to toss a hard fact or two : lies in humans, not in inanimate things like the heat
is a tremendous advantage, because now 1. Hitler rose to power in Germany and, after gaining and rows of motorcycles.

when decisions are made the people of the the active and organized support of a large segment of the NAS Heckler.

world will know that they at least can be population, took over the reins of government. 22 June. _

carried otlt.Another. 2. Hitler then proceeded to make inordinately ambitious ((Contribution! gratefully/ 't'pl"d.-td.)
advantage is the Charter warfare against the .
virtually entire civilized world. -- -- --- -- -
amendment that provides for the consideration 3. Hitler ruthlessly bled his conquests white, keeping Dear Editor:
I am a West Coast man, and would like to
of basic changes ten at continuous flow of get
every years, or a booty and slave labor moving back in home for
more than three days, as I too have a Itli'ecoming
the instigation of any seven of the eleven I' the directiou-of the Reich :, I would like very much to have that article
members of the Security Council. Unfortunately 4. Hitler brutishly shocked the decent instincts of all brought to someone's' attention if possible. Give
l there is also that of It some play, and perhaps we will break and
a provision none humanity by his policies of race extermination and 'concentration get a .
I enjoy a little more time at home. &
these basic changes can be made without the camp sadism. .

concurrence of every member of the so-called I 5. While all this was going on the German people were Hopefully, n. L. EO' .... f r
"Big Five," a provision which gives the organization not sitting around playing mumblepeg.These XAS .

a rigidity that at least partially I facts lead to one inescapable conclusion : tile German I II

will limit its ability to adjust itself to changing people, in condoning and cooperating with Hitler's crude Guest StarsYou

world conditions. I I and brutish irresponsibility! ] are either inexcusably ambitiousor ,

However, in spite of the occasional tiefects Inexcusably siupui. jn either case, they have obviously I and I ar'e getting; an education out

one tnmg is certain: me machinery/ lor disqualified themselves from holding any kind of interna- of this war, whether we want it or not. We
peace is there. As long as the Will for Peace tional responsibility for decades, if ever. I see pal ts of the world we probably would not

exists, it is comforting to know that there Where'' did the "innocent" German people think the otherwise have seen. We learn about human

also exists a way to translate it into action. Russian and Polish and French and Belgian slave laborerscame nature under stress and strain. We are called

It is also comforting to know that when from ? Where did they imagine the art treasures, oil, I upon to think quickly and act quickly to sa\e

Uncle Sam talks across the United Nations I champagne, food, furniture, jewelry and machinery that I our own lives or the lives of others And we

conference table, he will be listened to with i I flowed into Germany was obtained ? Where did they think :, develop techniques) and methods we would

deference and respect-but only because be- Hans went when he was driven off in the big Gestapo car? ordinarily require years to learn.-wattle
hind him are the U. S. Navy, U. S. Army and Who did they think was sealing off whole sections of Euro- 'St ct Ii osco pe.

the U. S. ,Air Forces. This is an important pean cities, leaving starving and diseased people isolated

Point to remember when the disarmament within? Who did they think was running Dachau ? Don't be too hard on the fellows Mho

hullabaloo begins. __ There stands the German citizen today with the blood can't believe that the Germans were I'espun-
of Europe on his hands. He and his apologists throughout sible for all those atrocities. It's not .

the world can cry "Out damned spot" from now till doomsday, fault, but a blessing that we have in t '
Jax Airing Our Views but they will never be able to remove it. country-a respect and faith in mankind... '"

The President has announced there will Camp Gordon Johnston Amphibian} .

\# a free flow of information: into conquered
Germany. That's the only free commodity Quotables"The One USN man, when questioned about

I that >should) be allowed to flow in' that. I diiec- size of our Navy cannot be static. The important I "a If uniform victory(change summed it tip by saying,

tion.. thing} is that .we' should\) not ,freezrthe Navy at given over Japan means that's'e'il geta
any sharp
new,
uniform
soon aftetf, brother\} I'll
strength, but we should continually adapt its strength to be in theree
cur- "
I fighting' till
the
It ought to be renamed"Okaynawanow.. 1-trV>world conditions.-Secretary I'vrrc'ital last dead. Jap.Milton ) -
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28 June, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page FiveREPORTER



_Bobby Doyle Begins NAS WELFARE PRESENTS Louis Armstrong


New Radio SeriesBobby Today-"COVER GIRL MAINSIDE," Rita Hayworth.MOVIES Gals, gals, and more Fails To ShowWhere

gals in this replay of a past hit. 1300, 1700, 1930.

Friday--"ONE EXCITING NIGHT," William Gargan, Ann Savage. was Moses when the
Doyle, S2c, was heard in The two stars strive to make this picture all that the title implies. lights went out?

the first of a new weekly series- of 1300, 1700, 1930. The old phrase was given a new
radio broadcasts over WJAX last Sat. & Sun.-"CHRISTMAS IN CONNECTICUT." Warner Bros twist here Monday: when Louis
Tuesday at 18151830.The comedy drama featuring Barbara Stanwyck and Dennis Morgan. 1430,
I . "Satchmo" Armstrong failed to( d
Bill Smith Y3c
By young bluejacket, now at- 1700, 1930., put in an appearance at the :Main:
Question: What's the tached to the Welfare Departmentat Monday-"BOSTON: : BLACKIE'S RENDEZVOUS," with Chester side Auditorium to the disappoint

1 first thing intend to do the Naval Air Station, was Morris in the title role solving the usual mystery. 1300, 1700, 1930. ment of some thousand odd sailors
you formerly soloist with Bob Ches- Tues. & Wed.-'HER LUCKY NIGHT," a romantic comedy with and WAVES. 6t
\ K ,when you return to civilian ter's band. He was well knownin the swinging, singing' Andrews Sisters giving out with plenty of Scheduled to play for personnelat

i ( life? "hotel and night club circles rhythm. 1300t 1700' 1930.STUDENT, 1430, not a signof the band was 0

,J around his home town- Pittsburgh. OFFICERS' THEATER In sight In the jam-packed audito-
C. K. HALL, Sic, Green Cove Pennsylvania. Thurs. & Fri.-"WITHIN. THESE WALLS," Thomas Mitchell rium where patients from the .I19s-

Springs, Fla. Doyle, who sings in the style 2000. pital eagerly awaited the ebony-
First, I'll take a vacation. Fish popularized by such top-notch Sunday-"ONE EXCITING NIGHT," William Gargan, Ann Sav- skinned swing king. Up at the

; and hunt and take it easy for stars as Perry Como, Tony Rus- age. 2000. Welfare Office the telephoneswere
about a month. Then I'll get sell, and Dick Haymes, will feature Mon. & Tues.-"CHRISTMAS IN CONNECTICUT," Barbara sizzling as officials tried to

+ out and make my living like any curent song: hits, standard popu- Stanwyck, Dennis Morgan. 2000. locate the missing band. But
1 other veteran. lar melodies and a medley of old Wednesday-"BOSTON BLACKIE'S RENDEZVOUS," Chester "Satchmo" and his boys were nowhere
Morris. 2000.
favorites. to be found.

B. D McARTHUR, S2c, Fayetteville They had checked into town

N. C. The WolfH Sunday night, but from there on.
Start back making liquor. Radio Hour _, .. ......_.____._=--, by Sansone the trail petered out. They were
Navy Cfffi,fit IMS t, Um i SIMM** nfart.4>r N..._ sopo in Jacksonvilte--.aomewhere.

COURT PAPPE, JR., AOM3c, Has anyone here seen Louis?
Kingfisher, Okla. Starts 10 Welfare would appreciate the tip.
JulyThe
Rest up, sleep late, breakfastin -

bed, etc. Then I expect to
enter civilian aviation. 'Navy Hour," the first net-
work radio series to'be written and O C,

\J, KAY ("MISSISSIPPI") NEE- produced by the Navy Department,
i will make its debut on the Na-
LY Sic, Jackson, :Miss. O
tional Broadcasting Company net- 'I
I Why, you don't really want to !
work 2100-2130
10
Tuesday, July,
i know the very first thing I'm
EWT.
gonna do! I think I'll sleep a SALTY HUMOR FROM
The series will feature the 90
year on a soft bunk and then
e; buy ,myself a dress that fits. piece U. S. Navy Symphony Or- HERE AND THERE
chestra, a high-ranking Navy of- .
fUer in a report of the current lime Marches On
A. TAMARQO, S2c, Tampa, Fla.
war news, a pick-up from a shipof A visitor to an asylum asked
First, I'm going back home. ThisNavy's
the Pacific Fleet, and an especially an inmate his name.
down. Then Iiid
got me "
written dramatic tributeto "George Washington.
1 take it about month and
d easy a a particular branch of the "But the last time I was here,
shove off North and back to
go "
service. you were Abraham Lincoln, the
the old In hotel.
job a
Lt Robert Taylor, USNR, will visitor said. >
act as master of ceremonies for "That," said the man, sadly,
E. A, GRAY, Sic, New York the first three programs. I "was' by my first wife.

1 City. The "Navy Hour" will be heardin
I'll take a vacation and let off i Jacksonville over WJAX, the Seamen, Take Notice\
i all my steam before starting any local NBC station. When you don't know what to(
.
thing else. Then I'll either go ---- -- do, govern yourselves by these
back to school or start in business. general "-utes:

i Station Bus Route To 1. If it moves, salute ''it

LEWIS BREWER, ARM2c, San 2. If it doesn't move, pick it up.
Francisco, Calif. Be Extended to HangarsThe 3. If it's too large to move( .paint
j Just enjoy what it feels like to It..
be a civilian. station bus route now operating ': : ..::L.,.; ...,.':::.,:, .:::,);;;..::"

on Mustin Road has been "Okay! So we teach 'em t'use bubble gum :simple Kenougli
1 W. E. ("ROCKY") HARBESON, extended to serve Hangars 113, NOW STOP EM!' The first day at school the
S2c, Charleston, S. C. 111, 115 and 116, except between I I teacher; explained to her young pupils -
Two-week vacation first, then 2100 and 0600 when the route will that if they wished to go to
11 start operating my business again. be terminated at Yorktown Ave- the: rest room they should raise
nue, transportation officials an- two; fingers. Little Billy, looking

I WILLIAM SIMPSON, ART3c, nounced this week. very puzzled, asked the teacher,
Lake Worth, Fla. Route to the hangars is as follows "How is that going to stop it?"

Relax and rest a while first, then : Mustin Road from the Circlein _f
go to college. Quarters Area to Albemarle Right Lady
___ I Avenue; thence east on Albemarleto Sailor: "Yes, Ma'am, that's a
R. J. STANAITIS, ARM3C, Hoyt Street: thence north to man o' war."
Chester, Pa. Essex Avenue, at the rear of Hang Lady: "Indeed? And what is
Tie a knot around a Wave sea- r 113: : thence east on Essex to q the little ship in front?"
man called "Woody," then take it rear of Hangar 116. Return trip ; Sailor: "Oh that's just a tug,"
easy for about a month. over same streets. Lady: "Yes, of course. "A tug of
Between the hours 0600-0830, I war. I've heard of them.

D. J. DIOGUARDI, Y3c, York and 1100.1240, service will be every
ers, N. Y.Somehow. 10 minutes. At all other times Caboose 1'apooseThe
will be 15 minutes.WEDDINGS squaw and papoose were on
on my way back to service every
I the at Gardner, Montana
platform ,
the Yankee country I'm intendingto -
: when the train pulled in. A society -
stop over in Jackson, Miss.,
: dame from the east, point
I and find out if all the wild, tales
her finger at the ,
ing papoose
\ I've heard are true. Can they "
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shoes there? I have inquired: "Him Injuu
.; really wear
doubts. The following wedding were "Him part Injun, put engi-
my conducted at the Station Chapels: neer!'' replied the squau.

...June 181 I Hlllie Coleman and -
j ROGER DODGER, S2c, Ruth Prince; June 14: Harold U. Food-Committee
latch S. C. Nichols and Dorothy Anderson. Special
Get shut of these corns. pot-I
know how I'll do it? Put June 16: Francis Robert I"lohr Appointed by Forrestal .
and Dorothy Jane Hicks; Tennyson -
\ pair of overalls, take off my outstanding figuresIn
; and play a hard-tailed mule about C. Blderson and Darline the food industry have been

t two days in rocky new ground.If Byrd; Lloyd Franklin Early and appointed, by Secretary of the
everybody left their shoes off Vaughn Naomi Dkkson; Gerald L. Navy> James V. Forrestal to a special -
two days a week, there wouldn'tbe Die and Anita I*. Kollay. committee to study Navy food

any corns. June 20: lUissell Stanley Herr administration, it was announced
-\aj|-- and) Helen- Louise Gelbuuglt. this week.

I Before the war, girls wanted June 21: Arthur \V, KkliunNon Purpose of the study is to assure
"... 1 :r:. sheer stockings to look like bare and Betty Williams: adequate! and suitable food for all
legs. Now that they have bare June 2i: Robert James Anthonyand Naval forces, ashore and afloat, at
legs, they use makeup to make Christine Cecelia Alexander 0 0' a! minimum of dislocation to the
I them look like stockings. rood economy of the nation.
June 23: Robert Stanton Aaniodt
Kernetta Grace Alunham; Edwin JAX AIR raws; :: The committee will recommend ,
Gal: Look, Sailor, just how longs and and Miriam Jane J. any! changes deemed desirable'
Leslie Byrd
J, s your car going to keep stalling any additional conservation me'asires -
like this? Mysen. "No Mom, I haven't been wounded, everybody I which would eliminate pos-

Gob: Just as long as you do, June 2h Lloyd Stuart Chambers, has haircuts like this in the Navy." j Bible food wastage. ,
honey. Jr. and Jane Kajre Voorhe

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Fliers Bottle Ft. Pierce In Deluxe Diamond Duel Friday .J p


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Select I Big League Trio Amphibs Boast 27 Wins In .;;:

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SelectionsBy 1 28 Games; McGlothin Or V;


Bittner To Hurl For NAS'

Ralph Warner, S2c '
When two ied-hot baseball A banner attraction matching the two outstanding serv-

ice teams in Florida and points north will be the piece de ,
clubs with a combined recordof ,' resistance for diamond adherents here tomorrow when the ))

49 victories against 4 defeats ._ w5r ., : classy Ft. Pierce Amphibs run head-long into the high step-

get together, there is } I SS ", ;I* ping NAS Fliers. The duel will get underway at 1700'at

( bound to be plenty of action, I "' Mason Field.
!
and that's why the clash to- ,. J.\ t The Fliers, who have slugged out victories in 22 of their

morrow afternoon betweenthe : ., 25 games, will be meeting their toughest opponent of the sea ,

touted Ft. Pierce Navy /S : son in the Ft. Pierce outfit, which up to this week had compiled it

Amphibs and the NAS Fliers I \" 4ai a great record of 27 triumphs against but a single t:

looms as the feature game of defeat. :

the season at Mason Field. "" Flier Manager Charley Geh- r

t For our dough, the winner will ;1J ringer announced he will send I Amphib Clouter t
leave the field with a prior claimto '\ either Johnny Bittner or Mac i 5
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the state title plus worthy men- Major League ball clubs Mould be tohave
The Sixteen mighty pleased! McGlothin, both veteran \.
national
tion In the picture. this trio around. :From left to right, Ted Williams, Charl'yG'hrlngf'r J
Amphibs have cut a mighty swath and Bob Kennedy, all forrrer American League stars now righthanders, to the hill rt'
A through the diamond uppercrust at NAS. against downstate. Navy club.
in south and central Florida, while Marshall Wardrop, former Penn ..
the Fliers have taken care of the State captain who has won 10 I
northern sector in brilliant style. Williams And KennedyMay consecutive games, will start for r.2
The situation is faintly similarto the Amphibs. ...
the grid setup last November WE'lIsprlnkl'd with former pros,
j when the Ft. Pierce steamrollercame Play With FliersThe the FL Pierce nine lists such players :
ot Jax to meet a good Flier as First Baseman Paul Swo-
eleven. The Amphibs took the boda of the Baltimore Orioles; Sec-
Fliers, 20 to 0, and went on to NAS Fliers, a team which :Manager Charley Geh- ond Baseman Jim Poole, of Ft. I / !
claim the national service cham. ringer says could hold its own in Class A ball, may assume Pierce in the Florida East Coast I
pionship. the proportions of a major league club if Marine\ Second League and the son of Big Jim
Poole of the A's -
r" However, fans and plajers Philadelphia ;
Lieutenants Ted Williams and

here the wore think on the the Fliers diamond.can even Out- Bob Kennedy find time to hefta Gridders TurnOut I League Shortstop who Ed Keehan also played of the in Pony the !

fielerier Charlie ttoddall, formerly bat. Servicemen's League in Italy; and "
of the Atlanta Crackers There' is a strong possibility! the Third Baseman Pat Murphy, lead- t.r.'
who now Is playing for both the two American League aces will For Clinic ing hitter of last year's Amphib ,
{u aty .
Filers! and NATTO Air Raiders!!, get in several games later on. It team. ;!!
Is convinced NAS has the better all depends on whether they can Seventy gridders turned up at In the outfield are Ray Goolsbyof ,
who
the Southern Association
f team. mix in a few diamond cuts along "get acquainted" meetings t,
now is batting over .500; Gene Mc- -
t Woddail played against the Am- with the intensive fighter pilot Monday morning and afternoonas Carty of the American Associa- : Iit.
phibs a couyple of weeks ago training they started here last Coach Jim Tatum opened a tion who also played with Keehanin
when the Air Raiders journeyeddown week. mid-summer football clinic for .
and Nick of
Both are willing to play and if Italy; Wasylik,
to Ft. Pierce and lost a 3 to players.The
0 decision.. "They've got a damn at all possible, they will give the Initial workout was Ohio State* who as officer-in- I '
baseball the
charge o manages
good team," Woody asserted, "But Fliers a lift and also perform in slated yesterday at the York- team. Wasylik recently suffereda
a few games with the Marine town-Mustin athletic wtih I
1 think the Filers have more good area
concussion and not in
hitters and are a better balanced II Fighters, a Station League team. the No. 2 session on tap tomor- which case Bob Fountain may will play take I 4 r ;ryx}
team. It'll be a hot game, and Until they get back in uniform, row. The clinic will be held over in right field. o x
It's one I really want to play in." however, their major diamond actiVities from 0915 to 1015 on Mondays, Ed Maksimoskl, who caught s, .
are confined to watching Wednesdays and Fridays. Center <'elIdir"Ray"O f
In the Fleet League, will handle I b ,
the American League standings. Sprints to increase the speedof slants. In the event Southern Association player and ;:
The football Fliers have bitten Both Williams, who starred for the the players and instructionon Wardrop'B doesn't start, either the property of the Washington '..
themselves off a real chunk of Boston Red Sox, and Wardrop
Kennedy, the stances used used in the
of the Three- Senators, Is!! the hitter of
Bill Siders
ye power
schedule this fall. The 10-game Chicago White Sox third baseman, T-formatlon will occupy the
the Ft. Pierre who
Mitchell of Amphibs
Curt the
slate is much tougher than the figure Detroit's fast moving Tigers opening workouts and will lead League or
meet the Fliers here tomorrow. S
Piedmont loop will toss for the
seven-tilt diet last season. will the American loop bunt-
cop up to intensive practice on ball Amphibs. Goolsby Is hitting In the vicinityof ,I
Ft. Pierce Navy and North Carolina ing this season. handling, the basis of the wide .
Against this potent combine, .530.Sams
also share the that
classiest They opinion drills
Pre-Flight were the open T-system. Rough
will field his
Gehringer strongest
elevens the Fliers tangled with baseballers in service will be able will not come till later, and the
last year, and both will be met to successfully pick up where they gridders now are working out Ah lineup Anderson, as follows, Shortstop: Third Baseman Bill De- Hurls 'Win 1
i left off when the ends. The
war
again this season. In fact, Coach in tennis shoes, shorts and
t Mars Left Fielder McCon-
Hugh
tall, lanky Williams, one of the'
Jim Tatum even went so far as shirts.
to card two clashes with Ft. game's great batsmen, figures the nell, Catcher Jack Baer, Center Over Lake CityThe
Pierce. return of Hank Greenberg to Detroit I Air Raiders On Top Fielder Charlie Woddail, Second
will greatly enhance the Tigers' Baseman Gehringer, First Base- .
The Jax eleven played both chances. Greenberg, who recently In Station League man George Boerner, Right Fielder Fliers softball team did it ;N
y th" Third and Fourth Infantry received a discharge from Tom Hopkins, and Bittner or again, the hard way. They came d'
+ teams of Ft. Denning In 44. the Army, now is working out diligently I. Claiming a record of eight wins McGlothin. from behind in the last of the t
This year Benning will field one and will re-enter the Tiger against two defeats, NATTC's Air There is a remote chance that ninth inning to whip the scrappy ,
representative team which will lineup in a few days. Raiders have virtually clinched Ted Williams of the Boston Red : Lake City outfit 2 to 1, in a thriller ioI.
meet the Fliers twice. "Greenberg may start slow, but first half honors in the Station Sox and Bob Kennedy of the Chi last Thursday night under the .f
The Miami Naval Training Center he will hit and you can be sure of League which ends :5 July.A cago White Sox, who are receiving lights on the Mat. f;
a soft touch last season, is ex- that," Williams asserted. "At the & R is in second place witha fighter pilot training here, may Once again it was Same all the :4
pected to be much more rugged end of the season, he'll be the 6 and 4 mark, followed by MAD play with the Fliers. way for the home club. lie pitched l'.
this time. According to the grape- most feared hitter on the Detroit and T-4, each with 5-5, and MFO The clash will be the second of tight ball for the Fliers, but the :
vine, Miami Navy staged a successful team." TU with 4-6. the week for the Fliers, who were costly errprs of his mates permitted .
Spring practice and woundup Kennedy agrees with Williamson A stronger league fs expected slated to meet Mayport yesterdayin the visitors to tally in the .r
by whipping Miami U. in a this score, and while he also when the loop opens the last half the playoff of a rained out fourth inning and spoil a shutout.
regulation game. Miami Navy will thinks Detroit will win the flag, in the second week in July. Either game. The first half in the Jax In registering 14 strikeouts, ;
be wet twice as will Georgia Pre- he predicts a close race. VPB or Main Galley will enter the Victory League ended Sunday with Sams had the Lake City batter
Flight, which has always had Gehringer makes it a trio whenit circuit, replacing the Marine Bks the NAS nine way out front witha swinging high, wide, and, some
strong elevens. comes to picking the Tigersto club which dropped out. 17 and 1 record. The loop will times, not at all. Those who did
That leaves Presbyterian College win. One of the game's great- -'-if- not resume play until the con- cut at the third strike must have
of South Carolina, which est second basemen when he Mother (Putting Junior to bed) : clusion of the state baseball .tour done so to the theme of, "better
replaces Florida U. as the only played for the Gengals, the Flier "Shhh. The sandman is coming." nament to be held in Jax from 7 late, than not at all." Catcher '\ .
college outfit on the schedule: manager figures it will be Detroitall Junior: "Fifty cents and I won't to 17 July, giving the Fliers a Johnny Small had the pill in his ,9JJ. .,.
Presbyterian may not be so tough, the way. tell daddy." Continued on Page Seven glove more than once when an un-' ..to-I'"
but those nine others will be fortunate fanner whiffed the
rugged. Pace Setters In NAOTC Softball ozone. ;
I LoopThe I The winning run was scored
, ,----- __ _ ..,, .._ .... .. ". with two away in the ninth. i :
.; This may come as a blow to Lefty Elder rapped out a Mngle,4 t I i
stalwart football players and it went to third as Gorguze t
, certainly was a shock to us as reached first by way of an er- f.
we always figured a football uniform ror, and scored! on Small's fly ;' :
" made a man look more man- to left field. !'
ly; but the women-folk think grid "Red" Byrd, the Lake City tVlr't'' .
attire is the ugliest sports outfit ler, allowed only two hits, Elder's i'
'J on the horizon. single, and a double by Menke in I. '
, This collective opinion was the sixth, but the five, miscues be- .-1' .
voiced in the Esquire female sports hind Byrd did not help his cause.. 'r
, poll for July in which the girls It was the second time in the I .
"
'. voted basketball suits the most past two weeks that the Fliers
r attractive. ( were forced into extra innings. ; ..
, Thus, the magazine which .iVk t Last time the softballers from Mu-
. knew all the time that men nicipal were overcome in the 16th
t prefer women In shorts now hast iter' 'lik1r. inning of a game that ran to mid- I
discovered that women, too, pre- night.
.
' fer men in shorts The Fliers will meet the Lee
Field ten there Friday night in the
Baseball uniforms didn't get a\
playoff of rained _
a out
much of a plug either, but the grid- game. ,.! ,.,.. ;

ders did have one consolation in "My friends" said the old Army', ,
that the tender sex overcame the I sergeant .
earnestly, "remember .,
R'' ; "
dislike of helmets, shoulder pads,
.. ____ .. ._.. ,.. ._ ..__ .... ,, __ __. ...... that while you are In the Army .
, etc, enough to vote football the ", J --''''''''' '''''''''''''' '' '''' "' N. v .N. money is not all. It is not money ,.
L most thrilling sport above group of diamond stars have combined their varied talents to give NAS the bent softball that will mend a broken heart or !f"
f The feature question in the poll outfit In North Florida. The softball liters are on top in the NAOTO League with eight victories reassemble the fragments of a I !
was "Would you rather marry a against one defeat and have whipped Welch Hospital of Daytona, Orlando Army, and the Naval Hospital dream. Money can not brighten s
sports star, a movie headliner, or In outside games.! Bottom row, L to r., liodd, assistant manager Shanke, Sb; Qorgoze lb; the hearth nor repair the portalsof
Just a good, ordinary guy?". Hams, p; Legate, p; Trouper, cf; Hill, 88; and Olin ky, trainer. Top row, Leaner, outfielder; Chitty, a shattered home." He paused
Strangely enough the gals recorded 881; Kanazet, 2b; Bishop, rf; 6crfu ttinl, outfielder; Long, If; Brown, 2b; Menke, Sb; and Lt. Sax: Elliot, for breath and then concluded i 41
a top heavy vote tot the manager. Three other team members Pitcher Elliott; ('.f'hflf.Small and short fielder Elder are not solemnly, "I refer, of, course,, to r
t 7. In the picture. Confederate money," j:


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28 June, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven



Slide/ Kelly, $lide" 3 In SemiFinalsOf I COMMERCIAL L, BULLETIN FOR SALF \ B HYBIK

______ ._.NU___ Modern bedroom ;f't-'I ""bllif b.i
taring Inner spring. mstlrrw., pal,'
Handball MeetThree VKYX.-MG, vz' of illow.. 1938 Tale *"I!.. 1'1,0.
Z-98&2.

crack players have ad- v 1937 Ford club ;;;;;;. ('o.tact'J' C.

vanced to the semi-final round in K sjsoxo Coleman; Ed. 724.

the NAS Handball Tournament, overcoats; ;;
Two officer's / :felt 40. Cull
with the
match
championship Mrs. Brows, 2-25S4, alter 6 p.m.
slated' to be played the latter partof "
this week. New dinette and; bedroom nit,..).

1 A"a Chief Warrant R. C. Smith and lamps and miscellaneous household,
2-2051 after 1T09.
Items mil
Chief L. F. Hennes fought their
way into the semi-finals of the Three piece bedroom:; ; set 'two piece

,p se upper bracket last week while M. Ruing room set, 6 piece breakfast set,
rocking chair, two end tables, coffeetable.
Stadler S2c
reached the same
thief C. E.
Call Ext. 734 or see
vantage point in the lower half. Kukla, 1433 B. Child tit., 1'IAS.'
Stadler will battle the winner of
the match between Lt. M. Hand W n.ew.t l i..CY.It.,1: Want to sell or swap; large size IICA
plays J&
Victor radio and phonograph
and E. Seyfried C2c, for the rightto
records automatically! long; ind short
By Sgt. Robert )I. IIIgrIDS.
enter the finals. wave band. Also selective toning
Smith reached the semifinalswith A MAN UIIO IS endowed witha *2 a 21-18 7-21, 21-9 triumphover knowledge of the ways of the model (A) Ford. Can be seen at
NATTC swimming pool >o. 2, N. L.
primitive aborigine of the Solomon
Lt (Jg) L. Hickey and e& Lenham.
easy 21-15, 21-6 verdict over J. Gio- Islands together with an astute --
vanonl. Hennes walloped R. E. commercial ability might be con- Folding settee, occasional chain

Endicott 21-0, 21-3, in his openingduel slrdered however a phenomenon.is Such Leon a ::rur: r\' chair sell, tblolr; ; S. Call and
a Sgt.
and followed through with a man 661 or 238. Box: 7, VM I'nit.llouiie .
hard won 21-16 14-21, 21.8 tri- Wakley ORMSBY, who because of .
Lt. S. his finesse in his dealings with trailer. "New Moon" 24 loot
umph over Epler. hlectrie brakes, excellent tires, Venetian
has been "TheTrader"
the Islanders called
Third Baseman bounces from home Stadler outclassed
AVE Sledge plate a* P. Tremper, blinds Must Immediately.
Dennette Catcher Wright and Pitcher,Turner juggle the ball and the 21-5, 21-8; B. Trubitzer. 21-6 21-4, Ormsby woud trek miles John S. Dublin Air Hln Trailer

Ump signals "Safe!" This bit of action took place last Thursday and then upset Lt. C. Douglas, through the thickest jungles car- Camp.

night as the WAVES whipped the Camp Itlanding Dormettes, 12 to 21-12 2112. rying articles to barter with the Two bedroom suites and living and
0, here. Other scores! were as follows: Melanesian in exchange for items dining room furniture. All practically -
like green bananas, very risque new. Contact Orlando Hornet,
-- --- - Giovanonl over R. L. Swett, 21.17,
21-19; Epler over J. J. Fanning, grass ckirts, beads from Wool- Phone 20371.Motorcjcle. .
41 Netters Seek NAS Championship 21-17 17-21 21-19 Hand worth's, etc. .
; over Lt. .lge.0: : IIV Hurley Davidson -
Our hero in carrying this
C. Freed, 21-3, 21-7; Sej;'fried over qn with Very good condition

As Starts In Net M. Radin, 21-3 21-0; and Douglasover comprehensive traffic with the natives cognition acquired of the a Kenny., l'r AMM2c-war tires 1223 Contact R. Hancock E. E.,

e Play Open Tourney A $25 R. War O. Gordon Bond will, 21-4 be, awardedthe 21-0. ,I beche-de-mer language which is NAS Call after 5 p.m.

The NAS Open Tennis Tournament winner of the tourney whichis I spoken almost universally throughout FOR RENT
Large room with double Ve l. 3.105
officially got under way Bye; L. W Muidagn, Ensign Bks 704 sponsored by the Welfare Dept., I the islands. Your correspon- 8t. Johns Ate. Call 2-6451.
Tuesday with 41 entries, Includ- \s Bye; Howard Burmester bpA)3c) -- -- dent was fortunate enough to be
8J81, \8. Bye; Comdr. D M. Lalzure VI. I I presented at one of these dia- Large room In private home. Mr*.
enlisted and two
ing officers men Bye: Joe Blown Sic, 8381. vs. Jacque- tribes carried on between the sergeant 'ora II. Acoita, <46t,7< Ortega BUd,
WAVES, battling for the station lyn Johnson 361: Hugh Smith CSpA) Davis And Albin Phone 2-1964.
singles championship and the $25 vs. Bye, Alex Steneck. 85 J6, vs Bye, and a tattooed bushy-
Frank Floyd SpA)3c.'S.) Gordon haired loin-cloth-clad resident of Small apartment with refrigeration
War Bond first; prize that goes Reedy. 8265; W. S. Walker, Bldg. 679, Win Swim Meets; the Bougainville hinterland. The and gas stove. In private home,
with It.First. vs Bye; Lt. George Droch. 562 vs. J. like Swimming pool on property. Ito' chil
conversation
ran something
round matches must be Slttow SKV2c 672, Lt. Frank Wlxson dren. Stacy Bailey, Phone 9-7637.
8334 \'S. Bye: Lt. Charles Freed 788, 2 Events On TapCharlie this: Beyond South Jacksonville out Atlantic -
played; by today and second round M Bye. Ormsby speaking: "White fellawant Blvd, on river front Jlit
play must be completed by Mon- John W. Small SpAlc vs Bye, Davis of the P. T & W. make trade. Want war club outside city limits.
day. Matches may be played on Lt. (Jg) Bagel 8522, vs Bye; E. R. Department and Leon Albin of A b'long you." The native: "I'm
Ewell 8674, vi. Bye; Ersklne I Russell, Booms in private home. Temporary
hard surface courts the
on
any AM3c: Bks 70.s.. Harry B. Wolf, Pic., & R came off with first place terribly sorry, old man, but I roomers wanted. Mrs J. W. Thomas
station and contestants are to 8393, J. M. Elliott. 659. VI. Bye; R. A. honors last Saturday when the can't quite see my way clear to Riverside 2830 Park. Phone
make their own appointments with Clark 86'i 672, vs. Bye; N. L. Llnd- first in a series of open swim parting with this bludgeon at this :26298.Room.
each other as to the time and ham, : vs. Bye: Joe Trosper.: Sp meets was held at the Mainside time.".
(A)2c, 5-n VI. Cecil Buyle. 8924; Claude bath 29iS Riverside
place.A Kirby, 8 65, VI. Bye, Grady Reich, Y2c, pool.Davis Then there was the time that ; Telephone: 2-6333.
list of the pairings Is postedin &8302 vs Fred Miller. 512, T. J. Stone, captured the 100-yard free our hero purchased a very authentic -
the display window of the Main- 8596 va Lt. William Worden. 501: P. style crown swimming that dis- war club from a native of the Room with kitchen privileges at 1031
L. Fox, Sic, 8532 v.. Bye; H. L. Bab- Inwood (Southildc) and 145 W. ThirdSt.
side Auditorium and in Physical bitt. 8408. vi. Bye; Lt.-Cdr. Bowen tance in 1:06.: It was a nip and Russells. Ormsby, I believe, paid Information go te 817 S. First St.
Training Building 726. Tennis 8221. vs Bye; C. D Nelson, AM3o. 8932. tuck race as S. Pincus of NATTCand $5.00 for the club. The native Also Jacksonville heath Ocean Front
balls are being provided by the vs. Bye: Lt. H. P. Wlokel, 8975, vs.: Chicco Rodento extended the paid $1.00 for it from a SeaBee apartment. Phone 92%, or <429< S.
be Bye; Ensign J. Kheel 356, vi. Bye. Davis all the Davis who them out First St., Jacksonville Beach.
P. T. & W. Dept. and. can powerful way. ; was turning on a
checked out at the equipmentroom got off to an early lead and then 'lathe. Recently someone sug- Furnished room la Lake Shore io
in Bldg. 726. WAVES CONTINUE staved off the closing rush of his gested that Ormsby be commissioned enlisted couple. Breakfast privilege,
.
Convenient te bun line 820 Birkenhead
One of the main purposes of the opponents. Pincus was a close I to try to give Florida backto Rd. Call }-xt. 359, :NAS. -
tourney Is to aid Lt. Sax Elliot WINNING STREAKThe second and Rodento finished third. the Indians.I .
in picking a station net team to Albin won the 100-yard back- imagine the conversation ROOMS FOR RENT
matches with NAS WAVES softball team stroke event. He jockeyed head- would run something like this. Two adjoining rooms at 1467 Belvedere
neighboringbases.
play Ave. Good location. Call J-6H7.
It is hoped that a strong continued their winning streak in to-head with J. Haake, also of A & Ormsby: "White brother want
net schedule can be lined up for the local league by blanking the R, until the final 10 yards when give State of Florida, (Jax Air FOR SALE
NAS Camp Blanding Dormettes, 12-0, Albin's sprint went unmatched. I Station too), back to red brother." Furniture for 2-bedreom home, living
the players.
room and ,
last The time 1:15 with Haake : The Seminole would dining room, complete
Thursday night. was undoubtedly (Radio, dishes, kitchen. utensils, pie-
First round pairings, listing The game got off to a fast start only three-tenths of a second be- rejoin, "'You got it brother, so tares, lamps, curtains, rugs, nick-
phone numbers by which contest- when NAS pitcher "Skip" Moore hind. Jammit." Saying which our Semi- sacks, etc, included) Also boy'
ants can be reached, follow: whiffed the Dormette batters in The second in the series of nole would no doubt, coil his cot- bicycle, and Chief uniforms, brand-
sew, site 38 (blue, white and khakiab..rdllle
E. Thompson, : S. E. Ep
1ft.8381, vs. David Horton\ SC2c. 804; one, two three order. The meets-the purpose of which is to ton-mouths about his neck and ). U<<7.B Hancock, NA'.
Wm. Berner S2c 8381 vi A. Berk, WAVES then pushed two runs establish NAS champions in the paddle off serenely into the Ever- Call after 1700.
S532; : ; Thomas J. Ewaldo. Pfc, 8393 across much to the discomfort of various events-will be held at glades, as the rosy fingered Aurora -
several Dormettes who were play- 1200 Saturday at the Mainside painted a vermillion setting to Davenport good condition and ,matching reasonable eaty rhaLr price.,

Amphibs Boast 27 ing base positions without shoes pool. Races will be run In the 50-\ i cobalt peninsular skies and the 1M1-A Hancock st., en Stations

Wins In 28 Games and who found the runners' cleats yard free style and the 50-yard etc., etc. (Revolting, isn't itT).
breast stroke. All swimmers on Jeeves, straight-jacket. Household effects, Including day
were to be avoided by my
weapons
beds crib, wicker' settee and rocker,
Continued From Page Six fancy footwork.The the station may enter by callingLt FOLLOWING A careful processof end tables, etc. Phone 2-8885 or Lie**,
lull in their schedule. The next third inning; was such a riot Elliot at 498 or contactingJoe elimination we' have found that Moran, *,xt. 367.
with the crack Max- Baldwin SpA)3c( ) at the the most choice scuttlebutt -- -": ---
tilt is carded of hits and errors that the howlingfans pool. ema- ::!.
well Field club here a week from practically went into a stateof nates from the crew's head at the

tomorrow.The mass hysteria. The WAVEShit "SoftbaJTStandings Northwest corner of Hangar 114. T-4 Officer
Fliers displayed superb I Dormette pitcher Turner with In making this survey, your corre-

pitching and powerful hitting to comparative ease. Her windupand spondent has gone through quitea
add three notches to the win form were faun-like in their lot in the interests of those who Is PainterContinued

column last week while tuning up but the pitch was definitely want to latch on to some choice
for Ft. Pierce. Scoring a total of grace"soft ball," and her field supportwas stooped to trailing S Ps in the performance From Page *." ..
22 runs and '36 hits against a practically non-existent. of this service. One S PIn sketching, and now and then serving -

single tally and 14 safeties for Llewellyn, W A V E shortstop, (Results to 25 June) particular gave evidence of a as an operations watch officer
OFFICERS' LEAGUE dislike for these tactics. with I under
their opponents, the Fliers whippedthe stretched a single into a three- strong Group Captain Clarence -
(Admin)', Clip) I knew Taff.
Terminal Railroaders Wednes- line I beat a quick retreat as
down the
day, 5 to OJ; Daytona NAS Thurs- bagger while the by visitors cavorting dropped, juggled, MF-OTU Team W 12 L 4 I was getting his goat when he Fhv With "Buz"

day, 12 to OJ; and Chason Dairy and re-dropped the ball. The sit- Operations 11 5 reached for his billy. (Joke) He remembers most vividly 22
.,_' Saturday, 5 to 1. Rain forced a on the next VPB 9 6 PAST ARTICLES in this col- April, 1944 when he flew withComdr.
cancellation of the Sunday tilt uation when was repeated Moore accom- VF-5 6 9 umn have eulogized the walk of Norman "Buz" Miller in a

with Gibbs Shipyard. play the"Skip" feat. The MORNING LEAGUE Sgt. Stockwell of Transportation. PB4Y-1. The famed flyer bombed
Righthander Don Carter got plished same Officer's ) Stockwell has a sort of "Swiss. and strafed ships at Truk for four
tallied before (Commanding Cup
WAVES had eight runs
M many hits as he gave up in uncorked Team W L movement about his perambula- solid hours while Lt. (jg) Doma-
a
the tiff with Chascn. He batted Dormette Martin VPB 12 3 items of hearsay. I have even eki sweated it out. Miller is officially -
three for four to lead the 11-hit double play that stopped the fire- MF-OTU A&R 11 12 4 3 ions, but our nomination for the credited with sinking six

attack on Leon Hasklns of the works. of the fourth Supply: 10:5: title of "The Walk" is MTSgt. ships and destroying two others
Dairy nine, while limiting the At the beginning Commissary 6 9 Stone. Sgt. Stone even outdoes that were beached on that foray.
milkmen to three' blnglcs. Thegame Innis took over the mound for Salvage 6 9 Fubar In his peripatetic endeavors. Back a Oahu, the artist went
Dormettes 5 10
VM
was played In a steady Moore and the subs tight- T-4 S 10 Incidentally, to whom does Fubar, to work on his paintings, finishIng -
drizzle at the Jax Ball Park and ened up when two WAC came Public Works 4 11 the 'Station' pet really belong? a total of 15. All of them he
was called at the end of the into the game for them. Innis received Ship Service 3 12 Several informants have broughtto left behind in the Islands when
the
from
. peventh. heads-up support light the fact that Fubar is at he returned to the States in December -
Whitey Prust turned in the field and the visitors were unableto Commanding AFTERNOON Officer's LEAGUE Cup) present AWOL from MFOTU. We 1944. They are hanging

shutout against the Daytona Navy score a single run. Team W L are gathering facts and data on there in FAW-2 yet, and all he
club, spacing five hits while the -'-- Marine Bks 13 2 this and will attempt to bring our has are photographs of them.

Fliers were connecting for 14 Ohls Is Golf Winner Main: Galley JO:5 11 :4 errant pet back to the Unit in the This Saturday Lt. (jg) Doma-

smashes. Alf Anderson, on lend- ; Hospital 7 4 near future. reki will receive a unit citation,
lease to the Navy from the Pitts- Driving Contest Set Personnel 7 6 TECH. SGT. JIM CAPEL of the having been attached to an outfit JI
burgh Pirates, displayed Major O &: G 8 6 Metalshop, otherwise known as during the time he was in the for..
League form in slashing three Supply did all right at the pitch Chief use Club 7 5 5 10 8 "The Gay Lothario," Is going to ward area which was awarded this

base knocks and playing excellent and putt contest at the Station Dock &. Ferries :2 13 give instructions soon it )Is ru-' decoration. +
ball 'afield. Golf Course Monday as two of its Garage 1 14 mored, on the technique of the ---Wi--!
members, M. A. Ohls CSKV, and successful lover. Some of
I Bittner was the winning tosser you
MINOR LEAGUE New Plane Announced
... i against the Terminal club, team- D. D. McGregor, SpT2c, took first W L could profit from observing his
ing with Lefty Phil Miller to ad- and third prize respectively. J. J. Savage Hq 122 12 1 smooth routine when that cute little The Navy Department ari
minister the whitewash. Bittner, Malchiodi, AMM3c, of A & R, was Dispensary 8 1 candy gal is in the vicinity. Bounced last week a new observa.

, who used to hurl for the Hollywood second.In Post Office! 6 6 He makes such bright remarks as ion scout plane, the SC-1, built

Stars, pitched two-hit ball the WAVES contest, G. C. NS ADU Main Galley 5 5 7 8 "Morning Glory" and "Have you by Curtiss-Wright, and revealed

I for the final six innings. Miller 3Ilnn, Sic, was first and J. A. Communication 1 12 seen the rain, dear". it; has already seen action with the

r went the first three, yielding four Boyles, SpS3c, second -+ PETE SKOIirUT really done fleet in the pre-invasion bombard
I blows. The Fliers found Charlie A driving contest will be held Sailor: "Going my way, babe?" himself proud last Tuesday by ment of Borneo.

f ,Kane's, delivery to their liking and next Monday at the course, start- Girl: "My dear sir, I'll have pitching a 3-hlt victory over Marine -
collected 11 hits, four for extra ing at 1800. Prizes will be awarded you know that a public street corner Aviation Detachment. The through with a single to left,
baseo. They iced the game early for the longest drive and for the is no place to speak to a final score was 1 to 0. Schroyer MFOTU Officers still lead their 11

with ,a pair of markers in both the best average. Each contestant trange girl who lives at 215 Central banged a triple to right and scored league playing stellar ball behind
I second and third: frames. will drive three times. Park, Phone 34009." the winning run when Jones came the pitching of Lieut. Schwartz,



Page Six, JAX AIR NEWS -_ 28 June, 1945




Fliers Baffle Ff. Pierce In Deluxe Diamond Duel Friday


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Select 1 Big League Trio Amphibs Boast 27 Wins In



SelectionsBy I 28 Games; McGlothin Or



Ralph Warner, S2c Bittner To Hurl For NASA

When two red-hot baseball banner attraction matching the two outstanding serv-

ice teams in Florida and points north will be the piece de
clubs with combined recordof
a resistance for diamond adherents here tomorrow when the tJ)

49 victories against 4 de- Nk -' classy Ft. Pierce Amphibs run head-long into the high step

feats get together, there is ping NAS Fliers. The duel will get underway at 1700 at
'
bound to be plenty of action, /4 Mason Field.

and that's why the clash to- y The Fliers, who have slugged out victories in 22 of their

morrow afternoon betweenthe 25 games, will be meeting their toughest opponent of the sea

touted Ft. Pierce Navy 4P son in the Ft. Pierce outfit, which up to this week had com

Amphibs and the NAS Fliers piled a great record of 27 triumphs against but a single

looms as the feature game of defeat.

the at Mason Field I-- '
season Flier Manager Charley Geh-

t For our dough, the winner will r ringer announced he will send I Amphib Clouter l
leave the field with a prior claimto ..
either Johnny Bittner or Mac M
-- '- -
'
the state title plus worthy men-The "S Sixteen Major League ball clubs would. be mighty l pleased to McGlothin, both veteran
tion in the national
picture. have this trio around. From left to right, Ted Williams, Charley
Amphibs have cut a mighty swath righthanders, to the hill
Gehringer and Bob Kennedy, all former American League !stars! now
through the diamond uppercrust at NAs.! against downstate, Navy club.
in south and central Florida, while Marshall Wardrop, former Penn
the Fliers have taken care of the State captain who has won 10
northern sector in brilliant stjle Williams And KennedyMay consecutive games, will start for

1 The situation is faintly similar the Amphibs.Well .
1 to the grid setup last November sprinkled with former pros,
when the Ft. Pierce steamrollercame Play With FliersThe the Ft. Pierce nine lists such play]

: ot Jax to meet a good Flier ers as First Baseman Paul Swo- 7' .)
eleven. The Amphibs took the boda of the Baltimore Orioles] Sec-
Fliers, 20 to 0, and went on to NAS Fliers, a team which Manager Charley Geh- ond Baseman Jim Poole, of Ft.
,- claim] the national service cham. ringer says could hold its own in Class A ball, may assume Pierce in the Florida East Coast

pionship.i the proportions of a major league club if Marine Second League and the son of Big Jim
However, fans and players] Lieutenants Ted Williams and Poole of the Philadelphia] A's,
Ed Keehan of the Pony
the Fliers Shortstop
think even
the here score on the diamond.can Out- Bob Kennedy find time to hefta Gridders Turn League who also played In the I

flfleder Charlie Noddall, formerly bat. I Sen icemen's League in Italy] ; and ,
t M 4)f the Atlanta Crackers There is a strong possibility the Third Baseman Pat Murphy, lead
( Mho now l Is playing for both the two American League aces will I Out For Clinic ing hitter of last years Amphib

I Fliers and NATTO Air Raiders, get in several games later on. It.. team.
Is convinced XAS has the better all depends on whether they can Seventy gridders turned up at In the outfield are Ray Goolsbyof .
team. mix in a few diamond cuts along I II "get acquainted" meetings the Southern Association who I .$
now is batting over .:>00; Gene Mc-
with the intensive
t Woddall played against the Am I fighter pilot Monday morning and afternoonas
Carty of the American Association -
of weeks training they started hers last Coach Jim Tatum \
phibs a couyple ago opened a
who also played with Keehan ,
when the Air Raiders journeyeddown week. mid-summer football clinic for
in Italy] and Nick Wasylik, of
Both are willing to play and if ;
to Ft. Pierce and lost a 3 to players.The
0) decision- "They've got a damn at all possible] they will give the initial workout was Ohio State who as officer-in-
good team," Woody asserted, "ButI Fliers a lift and also perform in slated yesterday at the York- charge of baseball manages the I
think the Filers have more good a few games with the Marine town-Mustin athletic area wtih team. Wasylik recently suffered Jk
hitters and are a better balanced Fighters, a Station League team. the No. 2 session on tap tomor- a concussion and may not play In $
which Bob Fountain will take
case
team. It'll( be a hot game, and Until they get back in uniform, row. The clinic will be held
over in right field.
It's one I really want to play In." however, their major diamond activities from 0915 to 1015 on Mondays, Ed Maluimoakl, who caught s -iOt ;' 11I- 'i' ,. .. '

American are confined to watchingthe Wednesdays and Fridays. In the Fleet League, will handleWardrop's Center Fellder Ray Goolsby,
League standings.Both Sprints to increase the
speedof
Southern Association player and
The football Fliers have bitten Williams, who starred for the the players and instructionon slants. In the eentWardrop
the of the Washington
themselves off a real chunk of Boston Red Sox, and Kennedy, the stances used used In the doesn't start. eItht"rnm property
Senators lit the hitter of
schedule this fall. The 10-game Chicago White Sox third baseman, T-formatlon will occupy the Sidert of the Thrfle. % 'e power
the Ft. Pierre whom
Is much than the Detroit's fast Leagueor Curt Mitchell of the Amphibs
slate tougher figure moving Tigers opening workouts and will lead
t the Fliers here
Piedmont will toM for the tomorrow.
loop
seven-tilt diet last season. will cop the American loop bunting up to Intensive practice on ball Is
Amphibs. Goolsby hitting In the vicinityof
Ft. Pierce Navy and North Caro- this season. handling, the basis of the wide
Against this potent combine, ..530.Sams.
They also share the opinion that drills
lina Pre-Flight were the classiest open T-system. Rough
will field] his
Gehringer strongest
elevens the Fliers tangled with baseballers in service will be able will not come till later, and the
last year, and both will be met to successfully pick up where they gridders now are working out lineup, as follows: Third BasemanAlf II urIsVin\
Anderson, Shortstop Bill De-
i left off when the war ends. The
again this season. In fact, Coach in tennis shoes, shorts and
Jim Tatum even went so far as tall, lanky Williams, one of the shirts. Mars, Left Fielder] Hugh McCon-
game's great batsmen, figures the nell, Catcher Jack Baer, Center
to card two clashes with Ft. Over Lake
Pierce. return of Hank Greenberg to De- Air Raiders On Top Fielder Charlie Woddall, Second CityThe
troit will greatly enhance the Ti- Baseman Gehringer, First Base-
The Jax eleven played both gers' chances. Greenberg, who recently In Station League man George Boerner, Right Fielder Fliers softball team did it
t the Third and Fourth Infantry received a discharge from Tom Hopkins, and Bittner or again, the hard way. They came
teams of Ft. Bennlng In 44. the Army, now is working out diligently Claiming a record of eight wins McGlothin. I. from behind in the last of the
This year Bennlng will field one and will re-enter the Tiger against two defeats, NATTC's Air There is a remote chance that ninth inning to whip the scrappy
representative team which will lineup In a few days. Raiders have virtually clinched Ted Williams of the Boston Red Lake City outfit 2 to 1, in a thriller -
meet the Filers twice. "Greenberg may start slow, but first half honors In the Station Sox and Bob Kennedy of the Chi. last Thursday night under the
The Miami Naval Training CentEr he will hit and you can be sure of League which ends 5 July.A cago White Sox, who are receiving lights on the Mat.
a soft touch last season, is expected that," Williams asserted. "At the & R is in second place witha fighter pilot training here, may Once again it was Sams all the
to be much more rugged end of the season, he'll be the 6 and 4 mark, followed by MAD play with the Fliers. way for the home club. He pitched
this time. According to the grape- most feared hitter on the Detroit and Teach with 5-5, and MFO The clash will be the second of tight ball for the Fliers, but the
vine, Miami Navy staged a successful team." TU with 46. the week for the Fliers, who were costly errors of his mates permitted ,
Spring practice and woundup Kennedy agrees with Williamson A stronger league fa expected slated to meet Mayport yesterday the visitors to tally in the
by whipping Miami U. In a this score, and while he also when the loop opens the last half in the playoff of a rained out fourth inning and spoil a shutout.In .
regulation game. Miami Navy will thinks Detroit will win the flag, in the second week in July. Either game. The first half in the Jax registering 14 strikeouts,
be wet twice as will Georgia Pre- he predicts a close race. VPB or Main Galley will enter the Victory League ended Sunday with Sams had the Lake City batters
Flight, which has always had I Gehringer makes it a trio whenit circuit, replacing the Marine Bks the NAS nine way out front witha swinging high, wide, and, some-
strong, elevens. comes to picking the Tigersto club which dropped out. 17 and 1 record. The loop will times, not at all. Those who did
, That leaves Presbyterian College win. One of the game's great- not resume play until the con- cut at the third strike must have
,,1' of South Carolina, which est second basemen when he Mother (Putting Junior to bed): clusion of the state baseball .tour done so to the theme of, "better
replaces Florida U. as the only played for the Gengals, the Flier "Shhh. The sandman is coming." nament to be held in Jax from 7 late, than not at all." Catcher &,
college outfit on the schedule: 'manager figures it will be Detroitall Junior: "Fifty cents and I won't to 17 July, giving the Fliers a Johnny Small had the pill in his ,'WJJ.
Presbyterian may not be so tough, the way. tell daddy." Continued on Page Seven glove more than once when an un- .
but those nine others will be fortunate fanner whiffed the

rugged. Pace Setters In NAOTC Softball Loop I ozone.
The winning run was scored :,
[1 '-- _.__. ,.. .,... .....__ with two away in the ninth.
i t't This may come as a blow toI' Lefty Elder rapped out a 6lngle,4 '
stalwart football players and it went to third as Gorguze t"

certainly was a shock to us as reached first by way of an error -
we always figured a football uniform and scored on Small's fly
I' made a man look more man- to left field."Red" .
\ ly; but the women-folk think grid Byrd, the Lake City twir-
attire is the ugliest sports outfit ler, allowed only two hits, Elder's
on the horizon. single, and a double by Menke in I
\ This collective opinion was the sixth, but the five. miscues be. '
t voiced in the Esquire female sports hind Byrd did not help his cause.
i poll for July] In which the girls It was the second time in the
t voted basketball suits the most past two weeks that the Fliers

.. attractive. were forced into extra innings. j
Thus, the magazine which Last time the softballers from Municipal ,
' knew all the time that men were overcome in the 16th
f. prefer women In shorts now has Inning of a game that ran to midnight -

t. discovered that women, too, prefer r
C men In fchorts. The Fliers will meet the Lee
Field ten there Friday night in the ,
Baseball uniforms didn't get a\
playoff] of a rained out
much of a plug either, but the grid- 3 game. "!.V' r
tiers did have consolation In |
one Army'
"My friends/ said the old
'., that the tender sex overcame the
sergeant earnestly "rememberthat
dislike of helmets, shoulder pads, ,
etc., enough to vote football the .... _"__ y<'_."" _".........,,-,.,._ ,......_ ,..,.m"";". .....__,__""""" ,,,,H.... 'x"" while you are in the Army
is not all. It is not
money money
most thrilling sport. The above group of diamond stars have combined their varied talents to give NAS the bent softball that will mend a broken heart or
.' The feature question In the poll outfit In North Florida. The softball lllers are on top in the NAOTC League with eight victories reassemble the fragments of a
' was "Would you rather marry a against' one defeat and have "l lpedVt'lch Hospital of Daytona, Orlando Army, and the Naval Hospital '- dream Money can not brightenthe
\ sports star, a movie headliner or In outside garnet Bottom row, 1. to r., Dodd, assistant manager; Shanke, 3b; Gorgnze, Ib; hearth nor repair the portalsof
just a good, ordinary guy?", Ham, p; Legate, p; Trooper, cfj; Hill, 881 j and Clingy, trainer. Top row, Lchher, outfielder; Chitty, a shattered home." He pausedfor
Strangely enough the gals recorded sag Kanazet, 2b; Bishop, rfl; Serfustlnl! outfielder; Long, It; Brown, 2b; Menke, Sb; and Lt. Sax Elliot, breath and then concluded
. a top heavy vote for the manager. Three other team members' Pitcher Elliott; Catcher Small and Short Il'Iflld.1Jk'r:: are not solemnly, "I refer, of. course to M

1 ?uy. In the picture. Confederate money," ,j

"
she_ '



28 June, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Sevent!



.M. "Slide, Kelly, $lide" 3 In SemiFinalsOf I COMMERCIAL L, BULLETIN!! IXHE

FOK fiALEMoAera ':< \'
_. .t' ,tif!; f'A" bedroom Itt, matching btprlncH .<:
loner spring mutlrrw. pal
Handball MeetThree III'LY=PI4 LVLZ .f pillow 2038 Yale Ace,, rb\ 1.98.52. .'

%- .
_
crack players have advanced -
1937 Ford club coupe. r..t'J CColrmmi
to the semi-final round in tit. 724.

the NAS Handball Tournament, ;: ;;;;
with the championship match Tw. officer1 otrrcoatir bile 40. lull
2-2554, slier 6 .
Mrs Brown, pm.Ntw
slated'to be played the latter part
of this week. dinette and; bedroom suite
Chief Warrant R. C. Smith and lamp and mlRrellineou household
I ""( i Chief L. F. Hennes fought their Item full 2-2051 after 1700.

way Into the semi-finals of the Three piece bedroom: ;; set, two pier
.thI upper bracket last week, while M. living l room let, 5 piece breikfikt lIt't.
chair, two end tablet, coffee
Stadler, S2c, reached the same rocking
I 734 Chief C. E.
table. Call Ext. or see
vantage point in the lower
half KukU, 1433 B. Child M., NAs.!
Stadler will battle the winner of -
the match between Lt. M. Hand ,W liana row at 'I .IPID'.1t Want to tell .r swap: large size RCA
c' and E. Seyfried, C2c, for the right Victor radio and phonograph, plays J&
records automatically, long and short
I to enter the finals. By Sift. Robert )I. Iligglns. wave band Also selective toning
Smith reached the semi-finals A MANVIIO IS endowed witha $200.4WI11 iwap for good roadttlonmodel
with a 21.18, 7-21, 21.9 triumphover knowledge of the ways of the j Lt (Jg) L. Hickey and an primitive aborigine of the Solomon lenham.NATTC/ swimming pool h.. 2, N. L. .

easy 21-11, 21-6 verdict over J. Gio- Islands together with an astute
vanonl. Hennes walloped R. E. commercial ability might be con- Folding settee, occasional .chain
Endicott, 21-0, 21.3, in his opening sirdered a phenomenon. Such a baby's high chair, baby crib and
book e.... Mont sell by July S. Call
a man, however, is Sgt. Leon
duel and followed through with a 661 or 238. Box 7, >M I'nit,
hard won 21-16, 14-21, 21-8 tri- Wakley ORMSBY, who because of
,_.. _._, umph over Lt. S. Epler. his finesse in his dealings with Ifouie trailer. "New Moon," 24 fool.
the Islanders has been called "TheTrader" Electric brakei excellent tire, Venetian
HAVE Third Baseman" Sledge bounces! from home plate as Stadler outclassed P. Tremper, bltndi.\ Must Immediately.:
Dormette Catcher Wright and Pitcher,Turner juggle the ball and the 21-5, 21-8; B. Trubitzer" 21-6, 21-4, Ormsby woud trek miles John S. Unhlin, Air Base Trailer
Ump signals "Safe! This Mt of action took place last Thursday and then upset Lt C. Douglas, through the thickest jungles car- Camp.

night an the WA"EShlpped the Camp nianding Dormettes, 12 to 21-12, 2112. rying articles to barter with the Two bedroom niiitca aid living and
'. 0, here. Other scores were as follows: Melanesian in exchange for items dining room furniture. All practically !-
--. -.-- -- .-.. -- Giovanonl over R. L. Swett, 21-17, like green bananas, very risque new. Contact Orlando Homer,
21-19 Epler over J. J. grass ckirts, beads from Wool- Phone 2-0371.
; Fanning,
,1 41 Netters Seek NAS Championship worth's, etc.
21-17, 17-21, 21.19; Hand over Lt. Motorcycle II V Ifarley' Davidson -
C. Freed, 21-3, 21-7; Seyfried over Our hero, in carrying on this with ,fl9t'.0: Very good con
M. Radin 21-3 21-0 and traffic with the natives acquired a dition. Pre-war tlrea. Contact E. E.
; Douglasover
As Play Starts In Open Net comprehensive cognition of the Kenny, AMM2c, 1323 It. Hancock<< ,
Tourney R.
e O. Gordon, 21-4, 210.A >AS.; Call after 5 p.m.
1 $25 War Bond will be awardedthe beche-de-mer language which is

-- The NAS Open Tennis Tournament winner of the tourney, which spoken almost universally throughout FOB BENT

officially got under way Bye; L. W. Mardaga, Ensign, Bks 704,, Is sponsored by the Welfare Dept. the islands. Your correspondent M.Largo Johns room Ate.with Call double 2-6151.bed. 3305
Tuesday with 41 entries, includIng i \s, Bye; Howard Burmester SpA)3c( ) -- -- was fortunate enough to be
8381, \I, Bye; Cornell- D M. Lalzure vsBye presented at one of these dia-
officers enlisted and two Large room In private home. Mr.
\1 men "
Joe Blown, Sic, .
8381 vs Jncque-
,., ; tribes carried on between the ser- fora. n, Acoita, 4667 Ortega Bltd,
WAVES for the station 361 And
battling I lyn Johnson ; Hush Smith CSEAI) Davis Albin Phone 2-1964.
singles championship and the $25 va. Bye; Alex Stenetk, 8506 V ; geant and a tattooed, bushy-
Frank Floyd, SpA)3c. v i, Gordon I haired, loin-cloth-clad resident of Small
War Bond first that apartment with refrigeration
prize goes Reedy, 8265; W. S. Walker, Bldg. 679, Win Swim Meets )
with it.First. ; the Bougainville\ hinterland. The and ga itove. In private home
I vs Bye: Lt George Droch, 562, vg. J.
; Swimming pool :> chil
: conversation: ran something like on property. o
Slttow. SKV2e, 672 Lt. Frank Wlxson
round matches must bepta'ed ; dren.
Stacy Bailey, Phone 9-7637.
: 2 Events On
by today and second round 8334, "I. Bye; Lt. Charles Freed, 788 Tap this: Beyond South Jacksonville out Atlantic
\t BjeJohn
Ormsby speaking: "White fella
Blvd river Jnit
on front.
play must be completed by Mon- W. Small, pA)1'I.. Bye; Charlie Davis of the P. T. & W. want make trade. Want war club 'I outside city limit.
day. Matches may be played on Lt. (jg) Begel 8522, vi Bye; E. R. Department and Leon Albin of A b'long you. The native: "I'm I

any hard surface courts on the Ewcll: Bk470'I.D&\ ;rr Ersklne B.I Wolf RussellAM3c Pfc.: & R came off with first place terribly sorry, old man, but I Boom.roomers in wanted.private home.Mra. J. Temporary W.. Thomas -

r station, and contestants are to 8393; J. M. Elliott. 659, Vi. Bye; R. A. honors last Saturday when the can't quite see my way clear to Riverside, 2830 Park. Phone
i: make their own appointments with Clark, Y2c, :::. v. Bye; N. L. Llnd-<< first in a series of open swim parting with this bludgeon at this 2-629S.
; each other as to the time and ham 8615, Bye; Joe Trogper, Sp, meets was held at the Mainside time.".
(A)2c. 591. VI. Cecil Boyle 8924; Claude Room bath 291S River-
,r, place. Kirby 8 65, v.. Bye; Grady Reich Y2c, pool.Davis Then there was the time that aide.: Telephone 2-6335.
A list of the pairings Is posted 8302, VI. Fred Miller, 512; T. J. Stone, captured the 100-yard free our hero purchased a very authentic -
t In the display window of the Main- 8596, vs. Lt. William Worden. 501; P. style crown, swimming that dis- war club from a native of the Rooma with kitchen prlvllegea at 1031
L. Fox SIc 8532, vi. Bye; H. L. Babbitt Inwood (feouthilde) and 145 W. Third
f side Auditorium and in Physical 8408 Vf. Bye; Lt.-Cdr. Bowen tance in 1:06.: It was a nip and Russells. Ormsby, I believe, paid St. Information go te 317 S. First St.
I: Training Building 726. Tennis 8221. vi. Bye; C. D Nelson, AM3e. 8932, tuck race as S. Pincus of NATTC $5.00( for the club. The native Also Jacksonville Beach Ocean Front
"l balls> are being provided by the vs. Bye; Lt.: H. P. Wlckel, 8975. vs. and Chicco Rodento extended the paid $1.00 for it from a SeaBee apartment. Phone 9296, or 425 S.

;{ P. T. .& W. Dept. and, can be Bye; Ensign-J. Kheel i(-, 356, M. Bye. powerful Davis all the way. Davis who was turning them out on a Hrit M., Jacksonville Beach.

'. checked out at the equipment got off to an early lead and then lathe. Recently someone sug- Furnished room In Lake Shore (.
ti room in Bldg. 726. WAVES CONTINUE staved off the closing rush of his gested that Ormsby be commis- entitled couple. Breakfast privilege.
opponents. Pincus was a close sioned to to Florida backto Convenient to bus line. 620 Birkenhead -
try give
One of the main purposes of the Kd. Call t.xt. S5S, NAS.
tourney Is to aid Lt. Sax Elliot WINNING STREAKThe second and Rodento finished third. the Indians.I .
in picking a station net team to Albin won the 100-yard back- imagine the conversation ROOMS FOR RENT
play matches with neighboringbases. NAS WAVES Softball team stroke event. He jockeyed head- would run something like this. Two adjoining room at 1457 Belvedere -

> It is hoped that a strong continued their winning streak in I to-head with J. Haake, also of A &; Ormsby: "White brother want Are. Good location. Call 2-6167,

net schedule can be lined up for the local league by blanking the R, until the final 10 yards when give State of Florida, (Jax Air FOR SALE
the NAS players. Camp Blandlng Dormettes, 12-0,, Albin's sprint went unmatched.The Station too), back to red brother." Furaltare for 2-bedreom house, living
last Thursday night. time was 1:15: with Haake The Seminole would undoubtedly room(Radio and dining room, complete.
diihea, kitchen nten.il,
First round pairings which, contest-listing The game got off to a fast start t only three-tenths of a second be- rejoin, '"You got it brother, solamrnit. tore*, 'I lamp, curtain, rugs, nick-ple-
phone numbers by when NAS pitcher "Skip" Moore I hind. ." Saying which our Seminole aadl. etc., Included.) Also boy'i
:: ants can be reached, follow: whiffed the Dormette batters In The second In the series of would, no doubt, coil his cot- bicycle, and Chief uniform, brand-
S. E. Ep new, die 38 (blue, while
Thompson and khaki
I,:. 1ft:J81. vi. David Horton;\ ;. SC2c.: 804; one, two, three order. The meets-the purpose of which is to ton-mouths about his neck and gaberdine). 1247-B Hancock, >AS.
Wm. nerner. S2c, 8381 v.. A. Berk.S533 WAVES then pushed two runs establish NAS champions in the paddle off serenely into the Everglades ('all after 1700.Dawt'nport .
; Thomas J. Ewaldo Pfc.. 8393, across, much to the .discomfort of various events-will be held at as the rosy fingered Aurora -
several Dormettes who were playing 1200 Saturday at the Mainside painted a vermillion setting to good condition, and ,matching reasonable easy chair,
Amphibs Boast 27 base positions without shoes pool. Races will be run in the :0- cobalt peninsular skies and the 1M1-A Hancock St., en Station price.

Wins In 28 Games and who found the runners' cleats yard free style and the 60-yard etc., etc. (Revolting, isn't it?).
were to be avoided by breast stroke. All swimmers on Jeeves my straight-jacket. Household effect, Including day
weapons bed, crib
wicker
From Six settee and rocker
Continued
Page fancy footwork.The the station may enter by calling FOLLOWING A careful process end tables etc. Phone 2-8885 or J.I,,,..
lull In their schedule. The next third inning was such a riot Lt. Elliot at 498 or contactingJoe of elimination we have found that Horan, fcxt. 367.

tilt is carded with the crack Max- of hits and errors that the howling Baldwin, SpA)3c at the pool. the most choice scuttlebutt ema- : .

well Field club here a week from fans practically went into a stateof nates from the crew's head at the Officer

r tomorrow.The mass hysteria. The WAVEShit Northwest corner of Hangar 114. T-4
Fliers displayed superb Dormette pitcher Turner with Softball In making this survey, your corre-
pitching and powerful hitting to comparative ease. Her windupand spondent has gone through quitea
add three notches to the win form were faun-like in their lot in the Interests of those who Is PainterContinued

column last week while tuning up grace, but the pitch was definitely Standings want to latch on to some choice
for Ft. Pierce. a total of to S Ps in the From '!
Scoring "soft ball," and her field supportwas stooped trailing per- Page V*
'h: 22 runs and 36 hits against a practically non-existent. formance of this service. One S P sketching, and now and then seiv-

single tally and 14 safeties for Llewellyn, WAVE shortstop, (Results to 25 June) In particular gave evidence of a log as an operations watch officer

their opponents, the Fliers whippedthe stretched a single into a three- OFFICERS' LEAGUE strong dislike for these tactics.I with Group I under Captain Clarence -
Terminal Railroaders Wednes- down the line (Admlr.r. 'up) beat a quick retreat, as I knewI Taff.
cavorting
bagger> by W L
, day, 5 to 0; Daytona NAS Thursday while the visitors dropped, juggled, MF-OTU Team 12 4 was getting his goat when he }'.av With Buz"
I IJ 12 to 0; and Chason Dairy and re-dropped the ball. The sit- Operation 11:5: leached for his billy. (Joke?) He remembers most vividly 22
,,- ,..' Saturday, 5 to 1. Rain forced a on the next VPB 9 6 PAST ARTICLES in this col- April, 1944 when he flew with
uation repeated
!. __ ,, cancellation of the Sunday tilt when was "Skip" Moore accom- VF-5 b 9 umn have eulogized the walk of Comdr. Norman "Buz" Miller in a

.: with Gibbs Shipyard. play the same feat. The MORNING LEAGUE Sgt. Stockwell of Transportation. PB4Y-1. The famed flyer bombed
plished
,4 Itlghthander Don Carter got WAVES had tallied eight runs before (Commindlai; Officer' ) Stockwell has a sort of "Swiss- and strafed ships at Truk for four
M many hits as he gave up in Dormette Martin uncorked a Team sop L movement about his perambulaitems solid hours while Lt. (jg) Doma-
the tiff with Chason.) lie batted that the fire- VPB 3 of hearsay. I have even reki sweated it out. Miller is officially -
double play stopped MF-OTU 12 J
three for four to lead the 11-hlt A&R 11 4 tions, but our nomination for the credited with sinking six

t I attack on Leon Masking of the works.At the beginning of the fourth, Supply JO:5: title of "The Walk" is MTSgt. ships and destroying two others
'>, Dairy nine, while limiting the took the mound for Commissary 6 9 Stone. Sgt. Stone even outdoes that were beached on that foray.
It milkmen to three' blngles. The Innis over Salvage B 9 Fubar In his peripatetic endeavors. Back a Oahu, the artist went
Moore and the Dormettes tight- VM :3 10
\\j game was played in a steady ened when two WAC subs came T-4 5 10 Incidentally, to whom does Fubar, to work on his paintings, finishing -
drizzle at the Jai Ball Park and up Innis Public \Voikt 4 11 the 'Station' pet, really belong a total of 15. All of them he
: I, was called at the end of the into the game for them. from the received Ship's Service 3 12 Several Informants have broughtto left behind in the Islands whenhe

,' tevrnth.I heads-up support light the fact that Fubar Is at returned to the States in December -
unableto AFTERNOON LEAGUE
:1:: field and the visitors were
turned in the present AWOL from MFOTU. We 1944.
I, I Whitey Prust single run. CommandlDf Officer's Cap) They are banging
11" shutout against the Daytona Navy score. a Marine W L are gathering facts and data on there in FAW-2 yet, and all he
I club, spacing five hits while the -".y-- Dki 13 2 this and will attempt to bring our has are photographs of them.

,: ", ., Fliers were connecting for 14 Ohls Is Golf Winner; VF-5 Main Galley JO:5 11 :4 errant pet back to the Unit in the This Saturday Lt. (jg) Doma-
smashes. Alf Anderson, on lend- Hospital 7 4 near future. reki will receive a unit citation,
; lease to the Navy from the Pittsburgh Driving Contest Set Personnel 7 6 TECH. SGT. JIM CAPEL of the having been attached to an outfit 11
Pirates, displayed Major O&G A 6Chief's Metalshop, otherwise known as during the time he was in the for.
League form In slashing three Supply did all right at the pitch Club :7 5 5 10 8 "The Gay Lothario," is going to ward area which was awarded this

base knocks and playing excellent and putt contest at the Station Dock o8s Ferries 2 13 give instructions soon, it Is ru' decoration. -
ball afield. Golf Course Monday as two of its Garage 1 14 mored on the technique of the %_ni-

Bittner was the winning tosser members, M. A. Obis, CSKV, and successful lover. Some of you
.H..." J. .against the Terminal club, team- D. D. McGregor, SpT2c, took first Team MINOR LEAGUE W LSalvage could profit from observing his New lane) Announced

to' big with Lefty Phil Miller to administer and third prize respectively. J. J. Hq 122 12 1 smooth routine when that cute lit The Navy Department an.
J /" the whitewash. Bittner, Malchiodi, AMM3c, of A & R, was nJ pen nry 8 1 tle candy gal Is In the vicinity.He ounced last week a new observa.
who used to hurl for the Holly- second.In 1'ost Office 6 6 makes such bright> remarks as tion scout plane, the SC-1, built
MS
; wood Stars, pitched two-hit ball the WAVES contest, G. C. Main Galley ::3 3 7ADU 8 "Morning Glory" and "Have you by Curtiss-Wright, and revealed

for the final six innings Miller Bllnn, Sic, was first and J. A. Communications 1 12:1 seen the rain dear". it has already seen action with the

(', : went the first three, yielding four Boyles, SpS3c, second PETE SKOItrUT really done fleet in the pre-invasion bombard.
1- blows. The Fliers found Charlie A driving contest will be held Sailor: "Going my way, babe?" himself proud last Tuesday by ment of Borneo.

r Kane's,delivery to their liking and next Monday at the course, start- Girt: "My dear sir, I'll have pitching a 3-hlt victory over Ma- .. -
collected 11 hits, four for extra ing at 1800. Prizes will be awarded you know that a public street corner rine Aviation Detachment. The through with a single to left,
baseo. They iced the game early for the longest drive and for the is no place to speak to a final score was 1 to 0. Schroyer MFOTU Officers still lead their yr

'with a pair of markers in both the best average. Each contestant strange girl who lives at 215 Central banged a triple to right and scored league playing stellar ball behind
y second and third frames. will drive three times. Park, Phone 34009." the winning run when Jones came the pitching of Lieut. Schwartz!
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r 1.__ Civilian Employees' News !,4iU PLY Text of Admiral Davison's .

t Address Communication to Editorial Offices

.,\t W Personnel Relations Office Bldg. 13, Box 22 ; L1E5
!1' ., Telephone Extension 483 i Address To A&R Employees -
; The Civilian Employees' News, a two-page section of the Jax Air
'p' News, Is devoted to reporting the news of the .Naval Air Station's
yi .... (Last Friday afternoon Rear
: Civilian Employees and is sponsored by the Admiral Ralph Pavlson and of the job ahead to Invest as muchas

; Employees'( Association for Civil Service Employees Capt. Anthony R. Brady addressed you are able In your coun-

Oificers By Leola Jones a War Bond Rally at the try and prove in an additional way

William O. Kincald President Philip D. Myers, Treasurer. Perrltte (Correspondence) A&R Shop. The text of Ad- that you are the people "Who get

Directors was certainly proud of her son, miral Davison's!! address is reproduced things done."
1 George II. Martin Mell C. Jackson Sgt. Clyde L. Perrltte, who was bl'low.-Ed.)' I say to you, let's put across the

Frank H. McKinley Donald A. Wood recently commissioned a second Perhaps it Is curiosity, or habitor SEVENTH WAR LOAN!!!

Philip D. Myers Kenneth M. McDuffie lieutenant somewhere in the Phil- the natural instincts of a Navy
Daniel R. Whiddon William O. Klncaid ippine theatre Lieut, Perritte has man, but I like to look around AIjR
News Reporting Staff been in service since December, and observe what is going on -.
Assembly and Repair: ; 1942, and is in the field artillery. wherever I happen to be. I've hada

Head Reporter...:...............................:.........:Euleene Willingham News of his promotion was re- good look at you and I like
Inspection and Survey: vealed in a letter first received what I see. It !is not'difficult to OVERALLOVERHAUL

Head Reporter....................-......______._..Helen M. Styron from his mother. Before entering understand why you have achievedthe
Public Works Department: service Lieut. Perritte was employed reputation as "the people who

Head Reporter....._..........._..............._.........Ethel M. Shanahan by the Department of get things done." The evidenceis
Supply Department: Public Recreation right here for everyone to see .

Head Reporter.........................................._......................Leola Jones A group of girls from Public Not so long ago L had the op- By Marguerite Steele
Voucher Section complimented portunity to observe from close Marguerite Ostennan

Freddylee Von Balson (Public Voucher i quarters another group of people EVERYBODY SEEMS TO get a
CIVILIAN OF THE WEEK ) with a Weiner Roast at the I who got things done the officers traveling fever about this time
beach prior to Freddy's transferto and men of the carrier each year. Six of the supervisorsin
i Lee Field in Green Cove FRANKLIN. Although It is gen- Overhaul Control Division
enJoyed -
.. Mrs Gertrude Cox Is Supply Personnel Assistant Springs, Fla. After a refreshingswim erally said that ships with brilliant a trip to San Diego, California. -

the girls enjoyed welners records go down in history, I Lt Hamm, Chief Shockley,
Mrs. Gertrude Taft Cox, generally with all the trimmings Includinga would rather think that it Is the and Johnny Rist were the three to
known by her first name, like accordians, and other seemingly bit of sand. Dancing was also men who fought and died on them go on the first trip to San Diego,

Billie, is Personnel Assistant to unlikely, if not impossible, enjoyed-men In the party, well, who should be honored. I could for the purpose of inspecting the
IVb) employees of the Supply freaks of nature, tha t's.a Military Secret! not, In any number of words, even Overhaul Control division of the

Department and works under the Jacksonville Sara McConnell (FolIow-Up) begin to tell you the courage and A&R of the San Diego, NAS.
supervision of the Personnel Officer spent last week at Jacksonville spirit of the officers and men :Many valuable forms, charts, facts,
Lieut. (jg) e, R Booty. While with the Community Beach with her parents and ;sev- aboard the FRANKLIN. One had I and figures were obtained. The

Born in Newport News, Virginia, i Chest, Mrs Cox had married, and eral members of her family who actually to see what deeds they : information gained from NASSD,

she was taken, while still a baby, while her husband was a Texan, came down from Atlanta on vaca- performed to realize the extent of I one of the oldest stations in

to Washington, D. C., where her she continued to look upon Washington tion We've all had surprises, their know heroism.added You all would, I Navy was Invaluable. The' tie i
take
father, a newspaperman, had been but here's one that is tops. Believeit pride in Yotlr plane trip out there and back was
ti called his profession. With as home. In 1940 she accepted not the fountain American heritage just as I
by or drinking pretty rough (owing to weather
Washington as a pivotal point, a position with the Department 3rd deck, emitted hot air and did if you could have seen the"guts" conditions-so they say), but all
11 Mr. Taft travelled about the Unit- of Agriculture and in 1942 smoke one day and In the confu- they had. In all the trio was hl&hlv 8uccess-
-
ed States at the dictates of his transferred with that Department sion one girl cried "Oh, look!! The Although many of you probably ful. They report to be glad to be
) work, always taking his family to Jacksonville where she pur water is on fire"! Roberta never read much about the back on their home base, again.
with him. As a result of this con- chased a home in Murray Hill In Cameron (Proposal) and her hus- FRANKLIN until her epic fight, I Wedding bells will soon be ring
stant moving about, the grammar November 1943 she transferred to band, who has just been promoted would like to tell you somethingof ing In the OHC Division, Who

school life of Mrs. Cox was a the Naval Air Station where she "Chief"- are sperd,ng; their vacation her "personality", so to speak, Dorothy Mandela, "Smokey" to us,
hectic experience "As I look back worked as a Clerk Typist in the leave visiting their home in and of the other ships that fought says the lucky man-to-be is Tom

4 now," said Mrs Cox, "it seems to Supply Department until the position Rossville, Indiana Shirley Collier with her my Phillips, AMMle of Engine
me that I must have, been in at of Personnel Assistant, (Contract) and Mary Lloyd At one time we were lying off Overhaul, and that the weddingwill
least six different Fifth Grades. which she now occupies, was established I (Proposal) had, a good time, view. the island of Formosa waiting to take place sometime in August

.. Until now it seems that most oft ing the maneuvers at Camp Bland- take aboard our pilots who had Smokey's home state la
my grammar school life was spent Mis. Cox is Counselor to IVb( ) ing's Infantry Day Prefer Aimyto just shot down a very satisfactory Pittsburg, while Tommy's is Vir-
'<"! In the Fifth Grade I thought employees in Supply and is Assistant the Navy, girls 1 Somebodyin number of Jap planes and had ginia. That didn't stop Tommy
I'd never really get through the to the Personnel Officer. the Purchase Group wisecrackedthat caused a great many gratifying from getting "Smokey in his eyes".
Eighth." She was selected for her present there must have been a special explosions among Jap tpwns and MAItGUKitlTK OSTER M A N

Mrs. Cox chose the,University of position because of her wide train. prize of a "dime a dozen" on factories. It must have made them just came back from a week's vacation -
Pennsylvania for college work and ing and experience in social work permanent waves last week as mad, because they launched a in Norfolk, Virginia, where
was graduated from that school and human relation problems in there were three members of this particularly heavy torpedo attack I she acted as a Mald-of-IIonor in a
with a B. S. degree in Education. general. In addition to counsel group that appeared on the same against us. I close girl friend's wedding I won-
However, since her real Interestwas ling, she is responsible for stabil- I morning with new waves. All Our pilots and ship's gunners der if that is the reason she ha*
in social work, she took a izing employment, meeting man- 'three girls claimed that they, too, managed to knock down most of I that starry eyed look in her eyes.
three-year in-residence training power needs, and smoothing out were quite surprised at the sudden them, but one Jap torpedo plane' They say it does it sometimes.
course at a denominational school, rough places for both employeesand bumper crop of curls. slipped through, passed close to Chief Shockley has a time with
"The Baptist Institute" also located supervisors. Problems having FLASH; .News has been received our stern and began his final run his dogs. Most of them either ran
In Philadelphia. Later, she to do with Housing, Transportation that Edith :Matter (Award) on another carrier off our quarter.We last or didn't run at all.
entered the University of Chicagofor and Nursery Schoolproblems has found herself an apartment. threw everything we had at "Gone but not forgotten," say
work toward her Master's Degree both personal and related to Congratulations, Edith!! him, but from our position It Gonnlon, McClure, and Smith, of
matriculating in the Schoolof the job-are a part of the; Job of David Dicks (Storehouse Office looked as though he had scored a Shop No. 291 now that their friend
Social Work Administration. the Personnel Assistant. She also ) recently had letter from hit. I called the Captain of the ,, G. M. Clark left for San Diego.
Included in her graduate studies 'pinch hits' for the Pharmacist'sMate Charles F. Padgett/ (formerly of ship on the radio telephone and The lends of Troxell, John W.
was work in Personnel Couns tl. attached to the Supply Department Shop Stores but now on Military asked if he had been hit. : wish him a speedy recovery He
ling. Dispensary, and half a Furlough.) Charles !is now at I "Not yet!", was his precise re- just went over to the hospital, but

Graduation day a week is spent explaining Great Lakes, Illinois, spending his' ply.Those by now should be improving
Upon graduation from "Penn", Civil Service and Supply Department time drilling, standing watches, two words, "not yet," rapidly.
her first position was with the I rules to new employees in and swimming, we hear. Says that though seemingly remote, can well Tin: OVERHAUL Control Divi-

Northern. Baptist Convention ,!IsAmencamzauon the Indoctrination______ __. poiirs___._.._ he expects to be home on leave apply to us here at home today. sion now welcomes, not a new
secretary ivii1C Hobby People about last part of July. In event i I need not tell you that the war is Division Officer, but a very famil-
y State of New York For five any of you want to write, addressIs not jet won. You all know that. iar face around the Divisionthatof
years she held what she says was where The she Personnel Division Office, CHAS F, PADGETT, A/S, You proved I it by accepting victory F. K. Hamm, Lieutenant,
is
located
"the most fascinating and satisfactory buzzes from Company 712, U S. N. Training in Europe in your stride and con- USNR, who will be the Division
8:00: A.M. to 4:30: PM with
Job imaginable." "I really ac- Center, Great Lakes, Illinois. tinued to work just as hard as Officer of the OHC Division. We .
tivity as employees come In to before. You know as well as I, wish him lots of
felt as though I was getting Who turned in the following success in his new
'spill' their
worries into the
something worthwhile accomplished patientear poem? that we need more ships, more position. Lt Comdr E. W. Fuller
!" Life, however, was a of the Personnel Counsellor "Women's planes and more supplies to achieve has received his orders to repot t
series of mad rushes from train Mrs Cox has interesting family faults are many complete victory sooner to Philadelphia.
Men have but two
to hotel, to meeting, to train, etc., connections but as her name suggests fiver the Japanese Empire If anyone sees Bill Saling, Y2/c
the one she will speakof Everything they say Our nation fights with In the OHC Office
from one corner of New York And more trucking around
enthusiastically is that of her everything they do"Cute
than the implements of Your with a and
another war. distracted
State to and finally, exhausted vague look
enuff
cousin Anna Jarvis, originator of whatdaya think?
from five years of "Jiv Mother's work here in Assembly and Repair in his eyes, don't fear; he is one of
Day. Mrs. Jarvis' home --v iifIt's --
ing In a suitcase," Mrs. Cox resigned Is is a very real and tangibleway many who is apartment hunting.
this position to accept one Philadelphia Anna, with her simple to-explain why a to fight the Jap. Buying Why ? As soon as he finds that
with the Community Chest of motherly instincts, no doubt nods I woman has never been Presidentof War Bonds is still another way cozy department with polka-dot

Washington D C With the for understandingly at Billie's concern the United States. The President in which all of us can participate curtains, he plans to marry a
her IVb) brood has to be over 35. I urge you as people keenly home-town l
"Chest" she was Director of the ------ -- --_ --------- aware girl _(,Gloria,) and, bring_
--- -- ---
year-round Speakers Bureau and jier to ja.10; snare ii with him
responsible for all radio publicityand Oh! the "Gloria" of it all! Not .

for Community Organization.In A-AND-R ACCESSORIES DIVISION trying to disillusion you, Bill, but
the early 1930's, Mrs. Cox you might get to be Rear Admiral

planned for a year of relaxation in IVt'ii's ami Mutes From the Inslr / first.We .
travel. Boarding a bus at Wash- nmcnl Shop "A" and/ /} Shifts"A" / are happy to have a new

ington, D. C., she headed for the SHIFT smiling face in the office--Her
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West Coast, stopping off each and they are having the time of Betty Denton is hapy name "Kate" Hemenway, Sic
By Hill very we
and Marjorie (Y).
night travelling on when she .
their lives know. Her
husband Bill
If a little absentee Denton,
Other to be vacation
had seen as much of the stop-off people on
You sometimes feel you'd ]like AMM2c, has just returned from leave
are :Mr. Guio
point as she wanted "It was a "11" SHIFT and Mr. Gilflllen. -
overseas duty. Betty is taking
to be .
great! experience, said Mrs. Cox, My Virginia Fraser
her leave now to be with Bill.
"and I saw much of the Just think before you stay If you have not bought
more There was a big weenie roast at Meta Smith of the Gyro your
R country and had closer contact away Edna Skinner's the other day and was out sick for Shop, bond yet, there is still plenty of
with people than I could have had You might sleep right through everybody had a wonderful time. We're quite awhile. time to do so. Let's make OHC
glad to her
see back Melva
under other mode of Victory Day, 100% this time.
any travel "Buying war
About sixty people from the shop Dutton, of the Optical Shop, is
Arriving in Los Angeles she bonds means money lent, so they
were there. Dancing followed at
P. J. Moore is still in the hospital out on annual leave. Hope you
don't cost
took up residence in the Mexican you one red cent. .
Timber Inn. One of the
Settlement and watched with interest after his recent tonsillectomyand moments of the most enjoyable Melva are having! a wonderful time, -...".. --p.. -
the conduct of Welfare is feeling very well under the,, evening
circumstances.Chief I was "Robbie" of the Gyro Shop :Mrs Greene, of the Progress Department Quartermaster Has
Work the West Coast. '
on Mrs.
one of the horses at Edna's.We .
riding was called
home
I I ,. Cox said humorously, "After I'd Ulmer has been made a should have had a camera denly to Lake City due to sud-ht'rmother's New Grenade Carrier
been there a few weeks, Los Angeles supervisor in the pressure instruments handy.
illness We understand Washington (CNS) A new
< l staged an earthquake for group We wish him well Bob Mahoney S2c of the
,
Gyro she Is greatly Improved and we'reglad pocket carrier for hand. grenadeshas
my benefit. Itseems, funny to menQW' inthis ,pew assignment Shop, is out this Week He had to hear been
! it. WAVE Ann Eby, developed by the' Quartermaster -
We
don't I
but I'll tell it wasn'tthen. think there's
t you the whole a personin an appendix operation but is doing : Sic, of the Gyro Room, returned Corps. It Is made ONo .
I"was never so scared in who hasn't Accessories Division nicely and will be back with i home from leave today. We can 10 olive drab hard texture duel-
my life. Long Beach, California seen the anniversary us soon. Sid Cawthorn, Sic, has call her Auntie now since her with three pockets in 'a vertica,
card Ed Reidler's
really caught the brunt of that wife sent him.
left the Gyro Shop temporarily to sister had line
each
a baby boy, born just fastening with two
Don't blame him
quake of 1932 and the much for
Red showingat
as
go to school for advanced training before Ann got home. bronze-finish brass snap fasteners.The .
Cross was desperately in need of about around his when it's so emphatic Jim Lentz, AmmI 3c, Is back We have continued to keep pro- carrier is attached to a sol-
workers, Mrs. Cox went down to good qualities. '
with, us again. He was attending duction to dier's
up peak especially in cartridge belt with a. bronze
offer her: services. Conditions were Chief Hopka has received a letter school. Nice to have back the '
you Gyro Shpp and want to thank finish brass hook Two }lengths of
pretty bad ; wltft' many people frpm E. M,, April and Dominick Jjm. r I all for
the
keeping,, 1 up good work. webbing are sewed to the bottom
I I homeless and' 'In Without( clothes orbed Di Benedetto, both ,of whom left' \ Mimi Loeb, of the Electrical ,.Night, or day, we're on ,the job! end of the carrier' and 'may)be tied
] or food.< spite of the great the Division ,two weeks ago,, to Department Is spending ,her annual Don't forget folks, Jeanette Bailey around the. thigh to.fceep.if{ from
.I 'tragedy occurrences resulting there'were some work In Jack and' Heintz, Cleveland leave in New; York visiting is our war''Bond representative flapping.. The duck aid webbing

1 unlqlia/ She saw, bg,) : Ohio The boys report that her folks with her hubby. We for this, 7th war( wood Drive. have been ,tcfatgd >(for, >water repellency -
r kitchen stoves squeezed together. the plant Is all they had hoped trust she is having a grand time. Have you bought your Bond? and resistance to mildew.




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Suggestion Award I --- I Overhaul Inspector I II


Employees' Association To ;

Winners For May t
)
Run Civilian CafeteriaBeginning

And June Named I

the first of August jhe Directors of the Employees e
Employees of the Assembly and the Civilian Cafeteria Mill be Association have lilred MM! cafeteria
Repair Department hit the jack run by the employees of lie manager Mis CoimtanceKUotraiMl I

put In the recent Beneficial Suggestions Naval Air Station through their ; who haw had exten-:

Awards covering the pe- chosen representatives" the Directors she restaurant and food experience -
riod of May and June when they of the Employees AH.ttuclatloit. During the pant tn

received awards totaling over $1- Thin change will be jean she haw had the dUtlnc.

WO.OO. Twenty-four employees brought about at the expirationof tint of having had l two of her
hazed in the pay-off ,with four the present contract t with restaurant recommended by
. *>f them receiving awards of over Crotty Brothers" Inc, on July Duncan Mine in "Adventure I R j'

110000 with several turning up 28, 11)45. Crotty Brothers have In Good Eating." A food "|>eclaliftt -

as repeaters holding two or more been operating| the cafeteria un. from the Navy Department

cash awards. tier contract, to the Employees: Washington has also

From all reports the Beneficial Atftoclution.Extensive t been consulted and the Supply ;

Suggestions' Committee expects to :: plan are being Department bait aligned Ensign ; r

complete the processing of many made to renovate the cafeteria Carl Thump-ton' Assistant
more Beneficial Suggestions in equipment and to mid new to the CommlhMury Officer and

July as the volume of suggestions where ever ne<.ei''Hary. The Il Food Specialist, to work temporarily .

being turned in is increasing steadily rC:tars of the Employees AHNoclatliMi with the EmplojeeinAsHoclutloil ;

More suggestions have been plan on taking every on special duties inconnection J
turned in during the past month, necessary step" to be sure that with thin change.The s /

than all of the previous months in the employers of this station! Employees: AHNorlatlonplans ( It'{ Is

11M5 combined. Employees are II will have one of the outstanding to operate the cafeteria

figuring, out many new methodsto :.Nu\y Civilian CaMerUV III on a non-profit. co-operative basin I

speed up the work and are cashing the country. It Is their feeling Incorporated under Florida
In cm them through the Beneficial that pith the excellent physicalfacllIMcs S.itte laws. In this way all I

Suggestions Program, available to them that, profits can be returned directly *
We thin cafeteria should Ix one of to tire employee" by way of
are proud to announce the
following winners of Beneficial the bet.In better food larger portions, and I
carrying out this program better" services" and facilities.'
Suggestions,: Awards for May and
"* '
June:

BATaWllllt'r . . .j 75.00:
bUSS. Kenneth lusts) PUBLIC WORKS
.COOUCK: Joa. M: : : : : ::; : : : : : : :''lOOUOOKUIN. : INSIDE

C/eil B. . .. 21 ou
und . . .. . . 10.00 I'U'IWS Rvcvhw LtfUvrrom 'J II'ir; Pilot Son
KCHFOKU M. (1.. . . . .. 5000 t f A' ___
CJHOSSK. R., and .MKS. JOSEPHINE: : JOFOIITII, the only lady inspector assignedto
Ml'LLKIMLY.: J.V.. .. .. .. ..MOU I My Ethel M. Shanahan -- --,- -- !
HtAHJMlIl<-oll1l. . .. .. 5,<)JUAN 1-------- a mysterious the Interim Overhaul Inspection Unit, is shown above inspectinga
\' HEl.T. A. R., muiHl'bbAKD J. S. Payne, (Survey) and Mrs. cowling assembly for proper key. clacked metal, bad beatings and
: R. P. . . ,"25.00: Payne lecelved the following letter phone call that said an appoint proper assembly Other duties Include inspection for finished pants
HUSKKY, C. Ooig .. .. 11.OX) front their son, Joe, Jr., who is
IN\'llII to:. Howard U . . . 75.00 ment could be arranged at the before placing them in storage to see that they ate properly finished
JENSEN .Hilniur A. . . . 25.00 stationed in Buirna.: Wave Barber Shop for' noon-time. and Inspecting assembly parts for proper assembly.Mrs. .
Ll'UVMt' ;, 'i% slier . .. . loo.00 "My dearest" family: I Goforth originally from Cherryvale, Kansas reported to
. . . Seems :Mis. Young tried a new
und . 10 U) "Dad's 7 V-Mail is latest Jacksonville In November of 1944, following 2y!
MAKTIN. Chas . May line of the NAS years
Moo. .. . 10.00 j billliantine with a beguiling
Mt-CKACKKN. Jesse K. a)'00MKAL. arrival. Thomas Neals'" post card Those ads: lie miselading I service as an Inspector with North American Aviation in Kansas
: Hurold . . . 1100CSBORNK. 'front New Orleans indicates that", copy City, Kansas. Her husband Robert D. Gofoith AMM2c has been in
: I-omax . . 1 --said Ingredient Inadvertently had
7500
repatriation has taken place. Aunt I the Navy for the past two years and is now assigned duty with one
HICHAKDSON. Wm. Hoo. .. .. 20.00' I the affect of a shoe polish.Lonalne .
HIST. John . . . . . .* 25.00 Marie will recover her poise now Skelton (Records) has of the squadrons at this station.
('O'IMI"1I1It'1' 11O.lIO"JJH : that the Captain Is safe at home. -- --
Fulton M.. "Jr.. . .. 1500 I He has probably had some very I to take an emergency" leave Rer- 1- rooted conviction was that women

SUNDAY" Donald L. . . .. 10.UO son: Cue of twins being born to were inferior In to
SHKtHKY.; Kiel> n .. .. . .. ISiw exciting experiences. her sister in Saginaw, Michigan.That STAMPSSUSAN every way men.
N Al.Ta.HS.01.. D. . . 1000 1 I "Leained today that I have been I If their meetings were broken up
WARD. Edward l*". '. . ivioo I awarded the Distinguished Flying is an emergency in any they would try again and again:
and . . . 1500D) I Cross and a couple: Air Medal family! : B. AX1IIOXVH And so like the drop W drop of
*
Additional ANard' This meant further increase in pay I M. T. C'rumlej water that wears awtuplhe hard
.. Joint | $3.00 per month. What a head I M. T Ciumley (Mech..) has beenappointed Public'orksDesign Section I est stone, they finally began to

ache my income tax will come V-J Supervisor of the Mechf' I II For our stamp story this week make progress.

or whenever" I again become my I Section. He came on this station let us return to these United Lucretia Mott whose maiden

own buss I with Robert &. Company, July I States. The stamp selected" is one I name was Coffin was born in 1793

Am still I plugging hard at my 1940, when the office was in town.I' of the very few honoring a woman. and died before women were allowed -

algebra coutse but concentration" Later they moved their headquar- The stamp, a three cent darlc violet to vote in any country. She,
on studying in this area is pretty tel II to what is now 154: Public issued August 26, 1936: in I with the aid of Mrs. Stanton

difficult. I hope to complete thecuul'I'e j Woiks' Furniture Storehouse" I honor of Susan B. Anthony, the I called and held the first women's

when I get back to Mother Mr. Ciumley i assistant manager noted woman leader and ad'ocatress lights convention, at which the
nor KOltKKY: F. 1'\yum of their Mech. Department,
India of equal suffrage for wom- National Women's Suffrage Association
'Puddings are still going over and served" as manager during in- en. This stamp was issued in connection was organized. Mrs. Stan-

big MO would appreciate more of cumbent's illness When he le- ''I with the sixteenth anniversary ton was made president of the association
ACCIDENTS l : HELP THE AXIS: them especially chocolate. Also signed Mr. Ciumley became manager I of the ratification of the and held the position for

sardines (tin olive oil) and Kraft for all Hobert & Company's Nineteenth Amendment to the ; many years. It was through her

Dinner Shoe string potatoes or I woik in this area which included Constitution, granting equal suffrage I efforts a law was passed in the
potatoe chips are also popular.We Opa Lock and Atlanta. I to women. I New York legislature giving mar

have no trouble getting' soap! Naturally the new supervisor It may be Interest to our read- ried women the right to hold property -
o Love to all," Joe, Jr. I lakes pride in this and the other' ..ets to learn that the likeness of in their own names. Mis

Joe Jr., is a pilot in the Army stations and is eminently" well fitted only a very few women have ap- Stanton died in 1902 after livingto
i' Aft Coips with the rank of cap- I! for his job due to his familial l- peared on our postage stamps. see suffrage given to women in
tain. Air Payne is justly proud ty with all installations on the
M Mwwlv Susan B. Anthony was the fourthso :New Zealand and the Commonwealth
--=--. of the honois accorded his son NAS stations in this vicinity honored since the tint postage of Australia.
t" but said that evidently the pack- -- V*
issued 1847.
2tWt I stamp was July 1, Battle
of food sent from home
ages The other women so honored were '! Susan B. Anthony took up the
seemed the from A-AND-R
important thing
I I Martha Washington, December 6, battle for equal tights for women
the
boy's viewpoint
I 1902; Pochohontas the Indian after the death of Mrs Stanton,
: I The P-l Div. and their guests,
Electric Overhaul Princess May 3, 1907; Alan thaWashington She had worked with MIl Stanton
the time to will
by goes press
I again on Januaiy 15, and was well trained to carry the
have had their No doubt
party. liy Eleanor; Carter 1914: and Whistler's Mother, May I ball in their fight for equal rights.
the heat accelerated the plans to I
H,, onniffMiine-.<1 AT; ONCE I II We welcome_ two new* member I 2, 1934. 'i Together they had written the
: : : : :- invitations to our shop: Irene Stephenson and. The story about equal rights for History of Women Suffrage. These
i There amusing
were
very
I If "-I :e for' the personnel and their" Leon Allem, Sic. women goes back many years. The : three women were the tint lead
the Or I Mr. G. W. Brittle Electrician, women who led this fight faced ers of a small band who braved
.' guests 'biding them to tt'gaPier' '
IT DA'sc.v'7 uff AKXHlij I, I Maximum, Vice Chairman of the the ridicule of the entire the jeers" and ridicule to coin the
food and
for
dancing, ie- world'l'i
lO d'h/NA fXM' wirY.Ql aJl fieshmenta. The active committeewas Assembly and Repair Department": Their chances of winning freedom that women enjoy today.
l will be acting in place of Mr. Wai* seemed equal to the
Jap position I
times their
jh composed of Momose Y 3c, I Many foils to
NAY/ONAL/ .ffrr OuNeI
I ten Chairman of the Shop Committee today yet with the tenacity of a
Elsie Willis, Sic, Hewitt" Daniel, speak at meetings were pieentedby
__ I during his absence. He bulldog they fought the battle and
-- -- SPX)2c( ) and Rowan Johnson, those people who did not believe -
a Kobert t' Taylor U on his third trip to San Diego, while they did not live to see the did in
I SAI Ie.The as they equal rightsfor
,
\ Station [safely Engineer: pressing question was: California. I fruits of their labor, the womenof women. It took courage: of a

.". It is high time that we lecos- What has become of Mr. :Manley'slost Mis. Rhoda Milford has had today can enjoy equal rights in'' rare kind to face the contemptand
nize the fact that the foreman IS Work Request ? After" an eight days' leave" to visit her son I every respect with the males. Ini I often the brutal abuse of a

the safety piogiam. At least he hour of diligent searching it was lin Oklahoma. Aline Giant and these days women may engage in laughing, jeering world, to endure
is the focal point in the whole ef found In his pocket well hidden by a I Ruth Homes have lesigned. We' any profession" they (choose but it isolation and to bear the pain of

tort. Move than any other man. dangling hanging sport :Milrt-tall! I will miss! you gills. Pauline Hem-" I was not so a few years ago. Manyof broken friendships. These women

he is the one who can 'mike or'I I Who calls A. B. Holmes at 9:00: don's husband is coming homeI both the service and civilian never gave up the tight for the
break a safety piogtam. When A. M. each day? Can guage time I front overseas." He is with the personnel can remember when r ideal they held dear. Susan B.

the accident rate continue: to by the call it is so regular! Been 'Amy Air Force COla Lee AIi women were not allowed to vote1:' Anthony died at Rochester, New

climb in a foi email's department told it is to deter him front par- i fOld is out on sick leave" She will in our elections that now hold any York, in 1906.Through .
it is often just another black markon ticipating in the first "blew" of I be back in two weeks. Hope you elective office in our Federal, State i i the foils
the foreman's record, evidence coffee! will be well soon, Co'a. or County Go\emments. of thellethl.t"e

that he somehow chit ked his responsibility Mis. Mary Young (Spec.) had a I C. D. Johnson is building a .Married | that" followed pioneer" women the Nineteenth and those

for efficient production I time with her" hair; the usual "I garage apaitment. Sony folks it's When they married they could i Amendment to the Constitution of

and for the safety and welfare can't do a thing with it" only I I already tented." Mis. Mary Nicke, not keep their own property, or I the United States was enacted

of his m n.- I%WORSE! Glo-Co was recommended I formerly employed in the Alma- have any right to their own \ giving women the full light to
Most of us have the tendency to to make it stay put and I lure Dept., has been blessed with Ings. The laws trusted them as
Amendment
vote The deviated
shift the blame for an accident.We ---- --- Mrs. is I was -
a 7's'; lb. boy. Nicke now If they were the wt'ftkerlex., to be '
to charge it off to the the accidents" in your departmentas l I ratified August 25, 1920 andsixteen
try in California with her husband, seen and not heard. But now we1! later
carelessness" of a green" worker, or ( revealed" by your accident re- who is stationed tht'l e.i have years our Government -
i women
lawyers,
to the failure of another foreman ports) ; ((2)) determine what steps i That led headed" singer of sweet and doctors to judges, engineers issued the Susan B. Anlhony'Stamp L
name
to do this or that. But what are I will eliminate these causes" ; and songs Ruby Myers, has been le- few only I r commemorating the passage -
a
professions !
we doing In the job of foreman, if ((3)) see that these steps are carried l quested" to sing for the War Bond Yes, we even they have have entered | of the Amendment" and the
women these "
not to use our knowledge and out as promptly as possible, Rally on July 6th. fight pioneer women made
skill in training employees" whether it means" more E'Cfe<'th'egUaJ'ding. I soldiers sailors and marines." And jo: their ideal and their "sisters: of
green This la pigtail! signing off. .
a good
job they More
better" are doing today.
to become" safe and efficient work- training of gieenwoikeis - -
"*"" power to each and every one of .
-rs before we turn them loose on t>r more rigid enforcement
Quirk Trial! them. If Got'er' Dodd Stars'Three
should
our mment
their own? And why blame an- of safety rules. Three .
ether foeman ? Aien't we and Gain the cooperation of 'lIurworkt"1'II London (t'XS)-Lord Vansit- ever issue a stamp honoring our major league baseball player

he striving for the same ends ? and your fellow foiemanin I tart,, a tough-minded Biiton who ,service 'women, what a story one have been killed in Wur'.d War
Then why can't we cooperate to the drive against accidents and has devoted much time and study could write about that stamp! II. They aie Elmer Gedeon and

._ avoid such mishaps? the Job will be easy I to the problem) of how,to deal with II I Lucretla* Mott and Elizabeth Fullest Brewer of Washington and

Success in accident" prevention Well when you talk safety, I I defeated Germany said only 2 factors .Stanton were the first women to'' Ardys Keller <>f the St. Louis

demands! continuous study and think safety, dike with safety, I need te considered deciding take up the question of equal'' lo\\on8. Brewer and Gedton, oddly

hard work, but the formula boils you ate talking I life, thinking life, I the fate of war (eliminate "the 'suffrage and to I'tllltit rolling- likea enough, both formerly played for
clown to a simple thrt't'- lE'p pro- I practicing: life J: location of the gallows and the I ball./ Public! opinion was not I Orlando in the Floiida Slat
grain; (1) determine what causes YOUR LIFE. And OTHERS. length. of the ll'p." 'with them-at flirt, for the deeply kegue. *.* .



I Page Ten NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 28



PRO Is PubInfO Division Officers Meet for I

I _.. MV. .___ ___ a.u____,__ __

NATTCENTERTAINMENT Altho Same Type



Work Will Be DoneThe


Public Relations Office I is
now known as.the Public Information .
Office In compliance wit

MOVIE SCHEDULE I Alnav No. 138--which number
happens to be the same as the
room number of said office at
TODAY-I'LL TELL TIIK WORLD with ItremU Joyce and Lee NATechTiaCen.
Tracy; KOCKAIME KIIVTHM, Musical" ; SKI TOR TWO, color cartoon
The Public Information Office
; at 1730 and 193().
was originally established in late
S.TUltU.1.0Sn CAME; JONES with Gary Cooper and Lore
1942 as collateral duty but with
tU Young; I'LAxTU' INVENTOR, Disney" cartoon; News; at 1730 .
the expanding of activities it became
and 1930. a full-time assignment in v.
-
.\BEWITCHED with Phyllis Thatter and Edmund -Division officer at NATTC receive the "final
July of 43.
Gwynn; MILLION DOLLAR CAT, (color cartoon; NOSTRADAMUS: : To many readers it may be i a 1 Comdr. .C. M. Jett, Commanding: Officer (Acting;)
comedy; at 154)0: 1780, and 1930.MONDVY them to buy and sell extra War Bonds. The meeting,
mystery as to what PublntO does.
AM TUESDAY-W ITIIIN TIUst1.1.....; with above was taken, was held day before the '
I You call Ext. 208 and whomever
Mary Anderson and Thomas Mil\ 'hell; FISHERMAN'S LUCK, color ('ar. I CashVar: Bond campaign started. Seated at
is
want not
toon; News; at 17SO and 1930.WEDNESDAYCRIME you might generally left Is Lt. Kt'nnf'lh'11........, War Bond Officer
in He be
may doing any one ot
: INC with Leo Carrillo and Martha Til-

ton; NO DOUGH BOYS, Corned;.. .. several the station things with making a group a tour of distlnguished of.' NA TIC Units Hit Early Fast
,...w ," ..-.'' __, visitors; taking a pic.I j

I ture of WAVES at pool No. 1.; taking -

\ ', I a story in town to the Times Toward New Record Bond
Union or Jacksonville Journal; or
...+" :'.. I going into one or another of the NATTC appeared headed over .

''.; radio stations to do a broadcast,. the top this week in the Navy's In-
,.., I IIn I short, the duties of the office pendence Day Extra War Bond Roping
\ are many and varied. The main I campaign. ,
idea is to keep the public and serv- .With sales totaling $10,000 for
.. ice personnel informed of the activities the first two days ofllcials ex- Rugged
: : ; of NATechTraCen. Thisis pleased confidence that bond pur-
; U'' accomplished through the .'JaxAir chases would reach a record total
News" station paper and the by the close of the seventh and For Marine
cooperation of many civilian news- : last extra cash drive on 7 July. I II
.7'I 1tr papers and other publicationsNATechTraCen's I I The executive division set the Whenever you
}eCtNtDon't first paper| pace for the opening round by tion of a Texan,
The Sleeve," was discontinue I plunking down (2436 for bonds ,, fiction, you'll
in October 1913 and in Its place I according to figures released by he has a "soft
the Outer joined the weekly ,Lieut. Kenneth Wilson NATTC The phrase is trite,
A 1 piihlisl ed by the Sa"alIr Station I War Bond officer. Other eailyleadeis exception to the
and present' Mi. own three- Included the dispensary, i i Jesse C. Brown
page section in that palter. The I $1575; ship's service $1537.50; large cattle ranch
r \ Max Air News" has a a tlon of about 18,000 and Is sent : Aviation Ordnance Officer school, There's nothing
to individuals and I I
organir.atl 825. about the job Jesse
at home and abroad.Another Cooperation of all handsNavyand for the Marine
means of "passing the'word" clvlhan- will be required to( listmen in Dallas
is the preparation and distribution maintain NATTC's excellent war 1942."Soft".
i of individual stories to bond record Lieutenant Wilson
Is scarcely
hometown newspapers In some pointed out. I
weekS as many as 1500 of this type As a means of spreading "the the ceaseless
story have been released telling word" to all hands, Comdr. C. outfit, a
took at the hands
,: principally about the graduates M. Jett Acting Commanding Officer :
from the aviation schools here. I of NATTC, designated division on Munda, just :
You Think Mary Anderson, left, Alexis Smith Other stories cover citations advancements officers as special aides! to the I from the them
in rate sports features I war bond officer. The "deputy"war airstrip. After "
became
SPECIAL EVENTS on activities and are I bond officers will contact 'bombings
accompanied
by I In their respective de. but the hard, JUI.1'.M
photograph personnel
: which are made 'I vital
Aboard l through the cooperation of the pa meats and explain the advantages rigging ities and keeping
NAS of saving and ape..d.Ing
photo lab. In an money
average I 'tion continued :
\Y-B\SEI1ALL, NATTC AIR RAIDER >"s. MAYPORTNAAs week PublnfO will arrange for the defeat of Japan through
'\ on NAT1C Diamond opposite Barracks 19, at 1700. and supervise the taking of about bond purchases I months on Munda.
1011Y-BOXING, :MEMPHIS \*. JACKSONVILLE NATTt' 25 pictures, but when equests I To make ft easy to sign up for Previous to
SERVICE: BOXING TEAMS: ; return matches, in open-air arena, off come from the Bureaus this that extra cash bond a sales booth ;W; ,. "
Allegheny Street, at 2000.( ) has jumped to as high as 500 figure in i is being operated throughout the ....;. '>t'o 't-
a
"'HIU\Y-SII Il"S CO II'ASU..SCE In Auditorium; music bjAir single week. Several of these campaign in Ship's Service Waves .r V ';r;. ]
Raider; 2000 to 2300. stories and pictures have been used and civilians are serving as volunteer ;.,
TttSJ\Y-lustn.-\L; GAME: NATTC AIR. RAIDERS n. T-4 by national booth attendants Waves
magazines as well as
(Station league! ), on NATTCMliainoncl, at 1700. the Associated Press. United 'include Mary Mahoney. Margaret 'I ..
W'KDNhsDVY. INDEPENDENCE UA BAshRALL: GAME; Press and International News Constantino, Barbara French, \,
AIR RAIDERS vs. :MAYl'ORT NAAS. on NAT1C Diamond, at 1700. Public Information also stakesextensive '' Phyllis Mitchell, Imogene Pressley I a
GOLF. ST.TJOS'OneSI'';. Dally from 0800 to 2000.( Open toALL use of radio and with" Lee SauN] Ruth Lilley. Laurene I U .' 4
personnel. Clubs available at gear linker' In NAT1C Auditorium. splendid cooperation from the Burns and Olive Reven. Civilian '

GOLF INSTRUCTION for NAT1C ,personnel by R. W. Reynolds, SpA)2c local stations at many as :S3 attendants are Anne and C JacquelinePatzke. Johnson '4 1 I.J
Wilma Huston
( ) 1300 to 1530. (Sign up' at shack.) "live" mid t transcribed program
I E.
Brown
HOSTESS: HOI'SE open daily from 1530 to 2100. Saturdays and hlht'l'n broadiast 'in one ---- --- --- --- -- -
Sunday from 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel and relatives month. The current series, Is"Trained the "Trained for Victory" exhibitat Point. They made
and guests.NATTC for Victory," over Hemming Park in Jacksonville of their trip to :
LIBRARY open dally from (0800 to 2100. WJ.\X. in support of the Seventh War StfSgt. Brown '
BOWLING daily at Ship's Service from 1200 to 2030. Of interest primarily to .service Loan. I next assignment
SWIMMING: DAIL1. Recreational<< Period for KnIUted: :Men's: l personnel! stories and articles Other activities of public information I a case of "Out of
from 1800 to 2100 at NAT'lC for "NANEWS," "AH Hands of
Guestsives, WAVES pool. include the preparation I Into the fire," It
and similar periodicals have been souvenir booklets calendars athletic months tour on ....
Ashore prepared and submitted. all ofwhich programs, posters maps, etc Bougainville long
receive'! wide distributionashore I Then too to further inform peopleas had secured it. It
.\Y-Trip to Silver Springs for all NATTC personnel and and aTloat. I to the work done at NATech-I I Island that the '
guests. Tickets $i.8H round trip. Bus leaves at 0830 from circle out- I On a number of occasions Pub TrCen, Public Information free malaria and was
/t'delain! Jate. Leaves Silver Springs at 1800. Special rates for I Info 'is asked to assist in such quently arranges tours of 'the Center shipped back to a
servicemen and women at Silver Springs.JACKSONVILLE I drives as the Community Chest by the local Naval Affairs Guadalcanal, where

n"\nltS-Bu: 1t'8at frequent Intervals' ',and War Bond Campaigns and Committee Boy Scouts, representatives a ship back to the
from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathing with the assistance of the Training of the press and radio and In San Francisco In
and other recreation at one of world' finest ocean bt'tubf': But Department arranged and handled members of the Civil Air Patrol After two

fare 25c. val Hospital I. Nan !

NA\Y MOTHER'S: HOSTESS: HOUSE- 101 East fchurth Street. WAVES J Qualify As Storekeepers on hit the the furlough nirch. The '
'
UsO CENTERS at 122 West rorsjlh Street; above Blandlng BusStation
period of resting" ,
; Church and Nevvnan Street; 311 West, Duval Street U&OWOMEN'S !
rounding up the' (
DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street.
not soldiers), ('
NATTC Section ot Jax Air News I II published at expense of Welfare and v AC V reported for duty

Recreation Depaitment. --- from where lie was
--- -----
-
jave for two ;
Ship's Company Will Dance Friday El: Toro from

.. assigned' I to the :
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t To Strains of NATTC Air RaidersIt's ( here The 22-year-old: St

tsswwaoE Iy graduated and is
Jive, waltz, and Jitterbug : #
tructor in Aircraft
for a newly I organized dance committee jj'
,time again Ship's Company
Besides roping and
personnel and their guests at of Ship's from Company various, with divisions representatives hobbies include

NATTC Auditorium. The dan'ewill cigars.11..n' The
begin at 2000, continuing to serving on it. .r he'll take the
2WO: tomorrow night. I A special feature of the dance I route back to Texas
There will be plenty of dancing will be the decorations These are -- '-*i-
partners available for men attendIng being furnished by the Coca Colacompany ;
of which Frank Snell is I II "For sheer,
\ the affair, those In charge declared ,I of construction
P :
week those manager. The decorating will be
this: Among
ike Iwo Jima .
supervised by Joe Burke and
Invited are WAVES, civilian girls La.I I
world has so much
employed on the Station, and 100 I I mar Aldrich of the bottling company
girls from the Catholic USO In'I and Con Cola will be served tiny machinery a compass.been" ." ?)
for refreshments
Jacksonville. Men invited are I writer, Gilbert Cant
those in Ship's Company, students I The popular NATTC Air Raiders Iflc Revisited."
attending "B' schools, Hnd Ma- directed by CMus. W. J. John- -
rines. Passes will be issued students I son, will furnish: the music. .tQnw"' .-' ...?.. ??.'?.?..?<..t'WI'aaimnmaitmiaafxaasfat* NAVY Is..tIY.. ) :
and those in the duty sec ---ii I- WAVES learn the 'Intricacies of effective Aviation t Supply and '
tion (3) will >be admitted by pass. Pat Hopkins tia; returned to clvuian Storexeepln! | ; i, along with enlisted men at the Aviation Stnrrkej !I KXTKV CASH .\

Others can gain entrance to me ute and gone oak to idahr "". Scti>xi| at VATIC.) On ttt the most ini| ortant phases of SALE2t : ]
frolicsome. event with their hbeit) witn ner husoand. Good luck Pat. .Storekeeiiini' ;In proper packaging, to assure delivery of materialsIn I
cards. Come and sea us at the War R'M\\\ 'lIuIIIIIIUl.ho't', a group is getting that word through [ : JUNE! -7
The dance hu been arranged >' Bond jjooth. l>riictical s" u.y( In the s
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I Medal, Citation to Ordnanceman SPLASHES fROm nATTC

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I SHIP'S COMPANY :

NATYCenetas I 'fM .

PROFILES/ 'flS .




( ee .. I'Several What do you know. We've'
been challenged the WAVESat
'iIrfe" Lee Field have asked us over
years ago when Richard on 11 July for a softball game. !
:1y M. Boesen, SKV3c, was studying We'll practice every Monday and
John Rlchboiirg, AEMSo
Ily chemistry in college he probably Wednesday between now and then.
"There surely! must be a Santa bad no idea that he would ever be
I Lorna B. has announced
," is the sentiment voiced using that knowledge for the Chapman
.aus days by Richard M. Davies, Navy; and certainly had no idea her engagement to a soldier
the
from ,
Sc, attached to phase 3 of the that an understanding of chemis- Camp Blanding
I:AEM School. This renewed faith try would be of help in turningout wedding is in September.
in the symbolical! "bringer of gifts"springs an Aviation Storekeeper'sHandbook Bells seem to be ringing all
from an incident that oc- over. Jeanne Colley came back
curred last week. On the morn- T It's true that from her leave Mrs. Tobin. '
ing of 18 June, brother Davies e after Her husband, Lt John, Tobin, is
arose rather earlybefore the first winning stationed now at Lee Field.

light of dawn had yet streaked his from law degree C\ Margaret Hubner returned from

: the skies (an old Navy custom), BostonUniversity h San Diego, Mrs. Brewer.A .
donned his uniform of spotless e
did find number of the WAVES have
white, and sat down to have his a use '
been doing their part helping to
Gilbert L. Cherriv AOM2c: last week received the coveted Air for his collateral
breakfast. After a few minutesof 'JrJ sell Bonds both in town and at
"chomping," he became aware Medal and the Presidential Unit Citation from Comdr. C. 1\[. Jett, chemistry ", .; Ship's Service.
of a strange feeling of disquietude. Commanding Officer (Acting), NATTC. Cherrlx spent more than studies, for he <
Something was amiss, he was sure, 18 months in the Pacific area with an aviation patrol squadron. lie turned to New ;v Mary Stratton and Nannie Da-
but he didn't know what. Finally, wears the Asiatic-Pacific area medal, the Air Crew Insignia with York and when JJ" __. ; vis have been given the honor of
it came to him. That bulge in his three stars and one additional star, In addition to the recently Inducted into R. M. Boesen, raising "and lowering the flag at
received decorations the Navy was SKVSo "colors.
that
right pants pocket presses so
unrelentlessly into his abdomen, _. --- assistant to the legal officer of Mary Jane Dickard has! finally
wasn't there-and neither was his Letter Praises Allied Chemical and Dye Corporation succeeded in coming back to the
I he had Technical Training Division. She
wallet containing his Liberty andI of New York-where
D cards. Needless to say, his ample opportunity to use both his had been lent to NAS Welfare. .
appetite disappeared as of then. Bond PurchasesPersonnel I chemistry and law. She's now "an inmate" of Bks. 51,

searched the house nook by NtJDy When he started his trek WAVES serving on the newly
_ok, but no luck. Finally he had Inmi through storekeeping courses organized Ship's Company Dance
give up the search and start for of M.A.D. at NATTC / !! In a primary school in Boston, Committee are: Margaret Lament :
the base so as not to have AOLi recently received commendationfor then later at the Aviation Storekeeper Ardys Redman, Miriam ,
added to the list of charges againsthim. their high percentage of participation School here-he had little Brooks, Kita King, Mary Ann
When he left home that in the Navy's War Bond idea that he'd see much of applied Connell, Helen Meter, Bessie
morning, he was sure he wouldn'tsee allotment program, with more chemistry until the war ChamblisH, Phyllis; Zimmerman
his family again for at least than 90 per cent of the men sta- ( Corp. Herb Johnston, Jr.) was over. according to their plans the

10 or 15 days-but Dame Fortune tioned here taking advantage of During last week-end's rain and When he was graduated fror.. Ship's Co. Dance Friday, 29 June
the easy-investment opportunity. wind storm, the boys had to change
had a different idea about the mat- SKV School here (with a grade of will be a big successdifferentrefreshments.
letter from Headquarters U. into dry clothes on -an average of .
ter. She dealt herself in and hereis A 04.52)) he was made an instructorin
the way it came out. June 18, S. Marine Corps in Washington six times in one day. Bunks, bulk- the school; but before long was I The WAVES Wiener Roast held
the day he discovered his loss, was addressed to the Marine Commanding heads, and lockers, solidly draped up to his neck in preparation of Monday 18 June was a big success.
his he had Officer here, Lt. Col. W. T. with soggy articles of clothing, The
duty day-so to stay a new handbook for Aviation girls proved that they haven't
board anyway, and on the morn- Evans, said that "the Commandant transformed the living quartersinto Storekeepers."It forgotten how to build fires, roast
ing of 19 June he was notified that wishes to congratulate you, the something closely resembling wieners and toast marshmallows.
"Uncle Moe's St. Second Hand was odd, but I found my i
Officer and Bay
War Bond Promotion ,
the Shore Patrol had found his Gertrude Zanner was the MC in
wallet and for him to call for same. men of your Command for the outstanding Store. knowledge of chemistry" really the Srawing for the gifts. MAA's
work he remarkedthe
He did so with alacrity. That's I performance shown in the Most of the gyrenes managed to helpful in that Scott and Redman were seen the
"I'd toucheda
why "Dick" Davies believes in I War Bond Allotment Program." find something to do to help the other day. never next day trying to roast marsh-,
sparkplug-never driven a car-
Santa Claus. I, "It is noted that your percentagefor long hours of a rather dreary Sun- and mechanical parts were something mallows in the office over a ciga-'
the sixteen months has day pass more quickly: rette lighter oh, well.
Itob Mulr and II. 11[. Smith, In- past way out of my field; but a
Mructors in the AP School, both exceeded the 90% goal establishedby Corp. Cletus Corrin spent the I. lot of the principles of chemistry Barbara Moore is very much in
the Secretary of the Navy. This day (and half the night) forcinghis I. demand in the
hydraulic pilot experts, are going come into use in a carburetor, the as a piano player
'through the school to learn achievement is one of which you buddies to listen to some jin- I Turbo Supercharger and other In- jam sessions in Room 13, Bks. M
all about electric pilots. They arehopeles.ly may well be proud."It gles he was composing, with the !: struments and parts. It was a lot as everyone can plainly hear!
entangled in a maze is a source of satisfactionto hope of winning a war bond in a easier for me to get across on pa- I Barracks 54 received fan mailas
of circuits, ohmetcrt and dia know that by your efforts in contest sponsored by an obscure I per ideas about storing them-and a result of having their pictureIn
grams. Their numerous questions promoting a program of syste- publication he had plucked froman why." I the paper .. from a flight crew
'tis said, are driving the matic saving today you are con- over-flowing G,I. can. That he did a pretty good job at Municipal No. 1.
instructor almost to the point of tributing to the future financial Pfc. Arthur Samuel Rarick of it is evident by the fact that I Maxine Bickford the marine
ma j"hem. Tile love bug has welfare of your personnel." slaved over a hot ironing board the Ablation Storekeeper School pin-up girl! always right there

scored again. Ensign Lois Phillips In the morning orders, in which all afternoon, sharpening-up the here has had literally hundreds when it comes to helping will
also of the Automatic Pilot the letter was published, Comdr old khaki, on account of he doesn't of requests for additional copiesof act as MAA in Foroest's place in
School, has succumbed to Cu- C. M. Jett, Commanding NATTC want to be bothered with it when the handbook-from all Bks. 51 while she's away on leave.
pid's lore and is sporting a big (Acting) added his congratulationsto his wife comes down soon for a around the world wherever that Believe it or not a group of
solitaire on the third finger of those of the Commandment. visit. kind of material gets in the willing helpers in Marine uniform
her left hand. We wish for hera --- -- Corporals Carl Zanistowski hands of Navy officers and men. were seen polishing WAVES' shoes
life of connubial bliss and I'rancis Earles spent the Commodore C. W. Fox (SC) of outside Bks 51 anything can
Heart Is better part of the day catchingup the Navy Supply Depot In Me- happen around here and usual
Allen Starks, who bunks in the I Purple on sleep, lost in the Interestsof chanicsbiirg, Pa., termed it "The ly does.
lower right wing of Barracks 11, Awarded Steward keeping all of us! chow- very best publication\ of its kind Let's see what the hurricane
is still bearing up under his par- hounds! happy. Whoever says that has been produced." blew in-note the wet shiny
ticular "cross" which he has so I USN these boys don't earn their salt The first section of the hand- faces under the havelocks and
Commander C. M. Jett ought to try going to work with the galoshes! Brings us back to
borne for lo these book deals with
manfully many the Navy supply pro-
Purple
last week presented boot And "
have
them sometime at 0100 or ear- camp. you seen
months. He confessed the other Stew- cedure, and the second, more de-
day, however, that he was losing Heart to Chief P.Commissary Heissler USN. lier. Corp. I'ete Parks and Sgt. tailed, has to do with aircraft the Crawford's beautiful MCI-
ard Kenneth: ,
his grip. Mack Ralston is the the of Mr. Alex Stamcoff can give you'allthe nomenclature, aircraft parts and njlons" sentimentally preservedfrom
Heissler, who is son Hunter ?
word that too. days
on ,
cause of it all. or, more specifically and Mrs. J. C. Heissler of 311!y related subjects.

Mack Ralston's obnoxious Cook Street, Sioux City, Iowa, received Staff Sgt. "Penny" Pennington, Boesen's civilian and Navy interests closely related. ,
singing voice Starks has to bunk who's also a cook, sacrificed several related.
the award at appropriate are peculiarly AI-I When Boesen received his A.B.
right next to Ralston, and he ceremonies in the Commanding Of- hours of his rest to rearrangehis lied Chemical manufactures, degree from DePauw University,
claims that Ralston sings and ficer's office. The medal was givento private stock of assorted toilet among other things, a detergent he was wearing a Phi Beta Kappa
hums to himself, far, far into the Heissler as a result of wounds waters, soaps, powders, shampoos, which softens salt water to the extent I key. Following that, he spent a
night Most of the men in the sustained in action with the 8th hair oils, etc. The result's mightycharmln' : that a good lather can be pro- year at Harvard, and three yearsat
wing live ashore and only have to Amphibious Force. though! duced with most any kind of soap Boston where he won his B.B.l
contend with it once or twice a In his presentation speech Com- Corp. Charlie Burke ceaselessly -and the Navy is getting the degree. Not content with that-
week, but poor Starks is with it mander Jett, Acting Commanding twiddled the dial of his radio, al- company's entire output, he says, he did some post-graduate work at
every night. Says he, "It soundske Officer, said, "It is always unpleasant lowing only enough time for every- and, of course, it's all getting to j the University of Chicago and
a soul in torment or the whim- to know that a man sustained one to become interested in the the fleet through the medium of i Northwestern University. But
..."ring cry of a wounded animal." wounds, but it is on the other program, before switching to the Navy's supply organization, to when the war is over-It's back toXew
Note: The phrase "singing'oice" hand good to find that he came something else which Aviation Storekeeping is i York and Allied for him.
is .used very loosely in this instance through. Congratulations, Heiss- Pfc. John "The Young'un" Ce- -

ler." in trulo order wore to his'achieve pith helmet a ressonant all day Here's Where They Keep 'Em Repaired .
-
A. K. IJuckner and W II. Stof- tone for his singing. What he was
.. diary? ,
personal
fern had a stroke of extremely trying to prove was that he once >
bad lurk Sunday morning Their knew Frank Sinatra, and the rea- r I\
home burned to the ground and Where did Bill Rankin and Joe son he sounds so much like the t.';

they lost everything except the Hoover get those mongrels that 'Voice" is that he gave Frankie a '" .-
meager few pieces of clothing follow them around all the time? few good pointers to start out
they were able to put on their More about this next weekaftera with.
backs. The lied Cross or Navy little investigating. There's a Pfc. Ivan Long gave the guys a
Belief will help, but it takes story here, but it has to be dug pleasant break (and we're serious cp sFA
time to Mart the wheels rolling. I out. about this) by showing some swell
The Red Cross came to the snapshots of his pretty little three-

cue of the Jap when they re'I I Bob Rager's personal stock had year-old daughter. r
their 'last pre-war its and downs last week. Fri- Presiding over all was the OOD,
disaster, so of course they Mill ups before T/Sgt. Jesse Follis, efficient, but
day night--just personnelinspection
take of their
care own countrymen smilingly affable.
when every one in the
In, what to them, Is as. serious All-in-all it wasn't bad ..
barracks is trying to get to an a day, ,
, as a Jap earthquake disaster Ironing board-there was Ragerver and the HqSq gang awoke Monday
I" to a Jap.'e offer our heartA'lt > the board, perspiration raining morning: with dispositions to match
""" sympathies to Kuckuer and from his weary brow But Rager the fresh, sunshiny day that Invariably -
-J' toffers. wasn't getting some whites of his follows the storm
the ----' ii_--- --
own ready for following day's --
Nell Lundberg the InstructionalAids inspection; he was getting all the Call The Kos'n
representative in phase 4 of little wrinkles out of a dainty lit Timid yeoman: "May I kiss
the AEM: School, carries a little tle thing, obviously GI clothingfor you?"
black book with him always and a WAVE. What some of his There was no answer,
he will whip it out at the least barracks mates thought is one T. Y.: "Would you mind a lot if __nn_.
provocation. We wonder what he thing; and what the little WAVE, I kissed you?" The cobbler shop at NATTC Ship's Service recently was moved
intends to do with all the stuff he recipient of the boundless goodnessin Blase Bertha: "Listen, horrible, from the rear of the fountain area to the room formerly occupied bY1 *
puts in it. Maybe he's gathering Rager's heart, thought probablyis what do you want me to do- mattress-Issue. The force who keep jour shoes in repair Is shown
material for a book--or is it his something entirely different. promise not to bite?,'' above In the new location of the shop I,

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, NATTC Boxers Meet Tonight



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t I, Some! .y,Who Will Clash. Tonight -- "Jup Pluvius"- -'One-Hit' Game is -- 'RETURN MATCHES



r Has His Week- ;: Stoffers Record :BRING FIGHTERSTO


I! Team standings in the several
j Halts Baseball Softball leagues remained virtually LOCAL ARENAOne

. : unchanged last week, with only);
Old Jupiter Pluvius emerged last seven games being played becauseof of the classiest fight
week from his usual place as a weather and diamond conditions -
1 mere "prince charming" in a full- cards ever offered at NATTC "
'
grown monarch and reigned for Major change of the week tool -and in all Jacksonville for ''J
most of the week over the NATTC I
place in the National
baseball diamond. League that matter-is slated for tonight
where Turrets climbed from fourth
He played havoc with the Air place to second. They did it by in the open air arena off

Raiders' schedule for the week, turning back Phase X in a loose, Allegheny Street beginningat -
frowned heavily from the skies 15-10 contest, while the Police remained ,
Monday night and Tuesday, and idle. Nekola and Evenvick 2000. NATTC fighters

decreed there would be no game made up the batteries for the win- from Memphis will meet the
with Marine Aviation Detachment ners, while Loperena and Bushman
Lt Midge Makeeever had one ten- performed in that capacity for the local boxing team in a return

tatively arranged for Wednesdaywith losers, engagement, with at least

; the Chason Dairy Victory Biggest play of the week came seven fast. moving three-

iJs League outfit, but Old Jup had in the AEM League, the only one round matches on the slate.
well taken care of things the two
in which all six teams had the
A preceding nights, and the diamondwas portunity to play. Their op- Memphis comes here with high
FF too wet Wednesday for any- gamesare hopes of reversing a 4-3 score they
scheduled
Fridays, and by then
thing but a good mud bath. softball diamonds received at the hands of Jacksonville -
were compara- NATTC fighters two weeks
The Air Raiders, however, by tively dry.Barracks in the Tennessee
ago metropolis.
Thursday were far too hot for
a 16 extended their num- There the local lads scored two
ball game to let even the old ber of wins to five, as did Bar- clean knockouts a TKO and a
man of the skies handle things racks 18, keeping them both tied decision.

any longer, and despite threaten- for top place on the league ladder -
thunder The visitors are coming herewith
ing and of
plenty cloud
,
Bks. 16, with Tappe and dozen
nearly a
topflight
all afternoon, took on the Ma- I
Worth
in the
pitching-catching po- boxers to
rine pit against anythingLt. .f'
Fighters the first NATTCgame
of the sitions, defeated Bks 17, 9-3. Jan- William Muir, boxing roach,
week. Perhaps It
dola and Schonfeld made up the and Lt. Ilex Knrlght, In chargeof
i would have been
5$ y wkF as well if they losing
battery Barracks 18
physical training, may pull
had
listened
to the suggestion of
trimmed Bks 15, 10-3. Hook was out of the hat. Mulr said Monday -
Old Jup and laid off another day,
for the winning pitcher, stopped by he could throw at least 10
they dropped the contest to Middleton, and Vickers and Belandi seasoned fighter Into the ringif
the lads
from
llalnoldeII..
made up the losing battery. The Memphis comes prepared to
The Marines picked up a half leaders in that
league all took present that heavy card
dozen base hits off Johnny Blttner their scheduled
games, Barracks Since the weights of the visi-
during the fracas and turned threeof
13 back
turning Bks. 14, 13-7. Van
them tors as they will be tonight weren't
into runs, but the big Eysden and Schwab
black book shows that the Raiders made up the known earlier this week, just how
registered three errors the winning battery and Ramlow and the card will be filled out wain't
during
Hughes were the losers,
nine innings. The visitors scored definitely known Here's a likely

once in the first, again in the third The greatest pitching performance lineup however:
and twice in the seventh. Mazola of the season, so far, was light (' vyweightslulloses.s

and Jones made up the battery for tumed in by Stoffers of Basic Lutter.
the Marines. Electricity in the National League. Middleweight Jvenson: or

i ,Three safe hits were registeredby Caught by Buckner, Stoffers held Charpentler. Saxell.R'eiterwelghts .
the Air Raiders and they pickedup the PT-Welfare ten to one lone hit Burnett \<*.
--".:> .- .-....-- .,.... """' their tally in the fourth. Bitt- during the seven innings-and kept BordUk, or Clay ton \s. Cormier -
Here are probable pairings in three of the matches slated tonight ner and Reiman did the pitching, them scoreless while his team lightweights Dedmon n.
"f;. between Jacksonville!! and Memphis NATTC boxing teams. Pictures and Tesavanto was behind the mates chased merrily around the Slnovleh.I .
t J i for other pairing were not available. Top left, IJghtheavyvvelght plate. bases, and across the plate 13 "eatherwelghtlvarez v*.

'Bama DuBose!! and O.ssle';( Lutter; center, left, Eddie Barnett andMike Today, the Air Raiders take on times. Chisel was credited with Gibson.

IlordicK, In the welterweight class; lower, left, Lou Fugazy and Maort NAS on the local dia- the loss, and Morris was the Bantamweights Fuga/y vs.Chyz. .

Eddie Chjz, bantamweights. Of the three probable matches pictured mond, beginning at 1700 Sunday catcher .
( ;
t,!{ only ones paired before are I"ngazy and ChjI" are to they trek to Palatka for an after Details of the game between :Memphis declined to pit any one
\ start at 2000."Perfect. Training Division and TAO Al Sinibaldi and
noon session Tuesday, they play are against mayor
-- --- --
-- There in a Station League' presented elsewhere on this page may not bring a heavyweight.
\ Score"Is Letchas Gets Nod, game and Wednesday in an Inde- by a close observer of the "T" out- Local officers offered to fight

1 Off To Shoemaker pendence Day affair, meet Mayport fit and it is only necessary here to Evenson in the heavyweight class,
{ Upset By Win here again state that "T" hit the win column, in order to provide fans with about

J Gus Letchas SpAlc( ) last week ------ -->-> taking TAO 5-3, in that field.

/ June 21. 1945 APP-The outstanding completed more than two years of Definition: Man is like a lamp Barracks 2, with Varn and Hag- It will be a return match too
I { string of defeats manufactured duty at NATTC, and departed for wick-trimmed lots of times beforehe endeck performing the pitch-catch for Alvarez and Gibson. Alvareza

', l by the T Division "Won- Shoemaker, Calif., where he will gets the right flame tasks turned back Bks 60, 8-5, in couple months ago made his
1 der Team" of softball stars, was await further transfer. the only other game played. Bur- debut under NATTC colors but
"' snaped off last night by the TAO Letchas came aboard in April A nurse went to the doctor and rell did the pitching for the losers suffered a TKO from a Marine

Division boys. With determination 1943, pretty fresh from the campusof I reported the sailor under her care and Velinski and Cameron were fighter here. Two weeks ago in

\ on their faces, beer on their the University of Georgia wherehe didn't think he was getting enough behind the plate Memphis, he polished off Gibson,
r'r minds, and lead In their (cough) was doing all right by himself attention. --- ---- even before he "had a chance to
-
I teeth, the training technicians took and for the Georgia institution on Doctor: "Well, give! him what- Minister (at a funeral) : see what he's got.
the field and' proceeded to bewilder the gridiron and on the diamond. ever he wants." "Friends, all that remains here is In Memphis, Clayton won a decision -

I themselves by coming It was the most reasonable procedure Nurse: "Sir, I'll resign first."' the shell-the nut has gone" over Mordick, but in all
through with a 5 to 4 victory. likelihood will be
I Imaginable that he be as- --- ._ Barnett_ ._ pitted_
I The battery for the T's was signed as an Instructor in the Physical against me visitor lomgm. .n3r-
.
I pitcher Joe Chabala, who once Training Department. Bulkhead nett won a TKO over Sinovich whoIs
j pitched for the Avondale Bar The Georgia lad didn't hide his expected to be thrown against

Assn,, and Catcher Bob Elder, talents under any bushel while Decli'i

.J' who. once caught the midnight here and soon was recognized as i..c 'Jacksonville glove throwers
show at the Temple theater. a mainstay in baseball and football are expected to be In better
( ._
,
The Ts now have one more In the fall of 1913, when shape than they were two wet'k.a'o *
: game of the first round and plan' NATTC had its own high-riding according to Muir. The local

( I to go on a strict training program I football team, Letchas was in there enthusiast expert I'ugazy,
I'1 (courtesy of a local beer empo- all the time; and last year playing bantamweight New Yorker, to

I rium), In order to be ready for with the Station-wide Fliers he turn the tables on Chvz whomhe
I their next game with the TEM helped make their record as goodas met two weeks ago. Lou sent

)1 Division! In a morale building' it was, Chjz to both knees once to one '

1 speech following the dame: the He's one of those guys who madea knee later In the fight) tint losta ;. I

{, T's manager made the statement, lot of friends while here, and lose decision .
and we quote, "We have the entire will be missed all over the Station Lutter and Buinett met in Memphis

I season ahead of us, men and .. -- but 'llama DuBose is expected -
a J if we're not dafeful we'll probably tea .1- I.1s to get the nod against: the
r! end up the season with the rest of Picnickers Lured visitor tonight. It will be 'llama's

( I I the teams in the "same position." Summer Clime first appearance on an NATTC
j | End Qi' te By card since April, at the Cherry

::1< \ And so the unpredictable T's Summer just naturally means Point Marine Base. Burnett lost

J I await next week's game with anxious picnics, and personnel at NATTC the decision a fortnight ago.

C J' hearts and an umpire who apparently are as responsive to Saxell a seasoned, hard-hitting

,I likes to eat dinner at 5 o'clock, the urge or custom as any one else. fighter, trained up to a high pitch .
"j/1 _% Last week three different groups The lads in Memphis say he'll

\I "The Kamikaze, or Jap suicide gathered at various times in the work out with any one who comes
I) squadrons, came into full bloom park area of the Housing Projectto i_ along, all day long in the NATTC
enjoy Commissary Department gym there. lie was one-time Ma-
in the Philippines campaign .
: Later suicide squadrons became repasts prepared in the best picnic s { rine all-Navy welterweight champ
( -- Y and should to make it
tradition. help a great
f well-planned and organized but ..,. s
I suicidal ardor of Jap youth is cooling WAVES were there Monday 1 l ls fight between either Charpentier,
who lost to him on a decision in
with
4 night their
considerably. Flying Coffin guests and went
J Memphis, or Evenson who has hita
Corps by Frank D. Morris and all out with a weiner roast. Not .
J serious training stride the past
content with
: Jack Turcott. departing that much
I _'-_ I from the usual picnic routine, each several weeks
; one attending the affair was pre- The fight tonight make up a
f Spar"We must be getting back sented some kind of useful card which civilians: would
a favor.
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; jor attraction in the recreational "But, sir-ya wanted this deck clean enough to eat off of, and the direction of CMui W J, .Tolin ,
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