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Creation Date: July 26, 1945
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Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Command

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

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New Scrap>> Yard 1500 WR's HereApproximately


;'' Construction has begun 1 1500

here on a 10,000 pound capac- WAVES, both officers and

ity aluminum reverbratory '* 4 enlisted personnel, now on .

melting furnace to reduce sal- = duty at NAS and NATTC,

vaged aluminum from obsoleteand ". will join in a widely varied so-

wrecked aircraft to 25 cial program next week ,in

pound ingots, it was revealed celebration of the third anni-

this week by the Supply De- = IK l/ versary of the founding of the

:, ... partment in announcing plans Women's Reserve.
c. On the third anniversary of the
.It for a new and intensive con-
Women's Reserve, 30 July, there
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servation salvage pro \ & Yi / will be approximately 86,000
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r, gram. \ 1vb; ( WAVES on duty with the Navy in
The melting plant Is being built more than 900 shore activities
I In the department's new salvage r throughout the continental United
I ,yard across U S, Highway 17 from j States and the Territory of Ha
the south end of the station. It ? waii. An additional 8,000 are in
is believed that the furnace will I training or waiting to be called to
save from the scrap heap much duty. '
aluminum which, though unsuit- I fa.ace the Women's Reserve was
able for further use in aircraft, has established in 1942, WAVES have
.a high commercial value for other increased in numbers until they
'J industrial and commercial uses. I now compose 18 percent of the
In addition the "on-the-spot" total Naval personnel assigned to
melting has been found to be the shore establishments.
most economical and feasible Scope Larger
,
't' method of handling scrap aluminumi I Originally intended to take over
Reduction into ingots.saves certain desk jobs, the scope of
valuable freight car space, Ens. their activities and responsibilitieshas
t R. C. Brigleb conservation and been enlarged to cover many
salvage officer, pointed out fields. For example, in "Radio
Gondola Car I Washington," the nerve center of
"A gondola car which will hold lif the entire Navy communications
,+ 100,000 pounds of aluminum ingots system, WAVES make up 75 percent
will only be able to handle 20,000 of the total personnel com-
pounds in flattened pieces," he plement.At .
stated. "And the minimum charge the Indian Head rocket pow-
,, on the car ia for 40,000 pounds. i ic der plant, which does about 70
f' When you ship unmelted scrap 2- I percent of all the testing for all
aluminum, therefore, you are in U. S. rocket propellent, WAVES
reality paying double fie! freight completely operate the laboratory,
rate." man one of the two firing bays
It is expectec, mat the plant will and do approximately half of the
be in operation by 1 September ballistic calculations. There is a
1945. The furnace will be able to dental prosthetic laboratory entirely -
I turn out about 30,000 pounds a ( staffed by WAVES, and at least
day at full capacity. naval per- four air traffic control towers are
sonnel will be utilized In the opera- ammNavy handled by the girls in blue.
tion in so far as possible, accord About 13,000 WAVES are in the
ing to Ens. Brigleb. Hospital Corps, and some are receiving -
Aside from tne melting plant, special training at the Re-
_ ... Continiied, Page Seven I 5v ins habilitation School of the Bronx
-- Naval Training School for dutiesas
'.'1 /iusiflr; / lo Have New. occupational and physical
Announces Point System DischargePlan therapy assistants or as instructors
Guest House; Will Be i for the blind, the deaf and

Named By $25 Contest Based On Age And Time In ServiceA Navy's physically rehabilitation handicapped program.in the .

, As preparations for the grand Mostly Seamen

opening of the new Mainside plan to effect the release of Navy since 1 September"1939. The officers whose permanent status is The largest group of enlisted
"Guest House" neared the final
* : 30,000 older officers and men has minimum number of points required that of enlisted men serving under Continued on Page Three
this week the
stage Station Welfare -
: been adopted by the Navy Department for release, resignation, or expired enlistments. Neither willit
Department, sponsor of theproject discharge varies for different cate- apply to enlisted personnel of NAS Jax Is ThirdIn
announced a contest to
those
the regular Navy except
Utilizing a point formula, the gories.
choose suitable fc the
\ a name ac-
K 4 enlistments
under ,
V' tlv plan differs from that of the Armyin Reserve line officers, enlisted serving expired
a eo' puze ot a (25 War Dond is that it is not a demobilization reservists, and enlisted regulars to retired duty, enlisted or to fleet personnel reservists.on active 'War Bond Drive "
being offered for the name chosen measure but a system to permitthe serving under expired enlistments
by the Judges to be best. The con. voluntary enlistment and draft- during the war will need 53 points. --- NAS Jacksonville placed third
test closes at 1600, 31 July, and ing of younger men and yet not Reserve officers in the Supply among continental Naval air stations
; all entries must be submitted to exceed the Navy's authorized Corps will need 55 points, and re- The Station Scene in the recent IndependenceDay
the Welfare Office on the second maximum strength of 3,389,000 serve officers of the CEC 57 cash war bond drive, it was
deck of the Matnside Recreation men. For this reason, factors suchas points. Reserve officers of the He-man firehouse sailors devotedly announced this week by the Navy
Building prior to that deadline. dependency and combat serviceare medical, dental, and chaplains' tending rose bushes Department in Washington.First .
Full name, rate, and division to not considered. corps will not be eligible under the around mainside fire station, place went to NAB Pensa-
I I formula, as a shortage exists in pausing( ; every now and then tosniff
which attached must accompanyeach Age' FactorOne cola, with $1,871,809 in bonds sold.
entry. point for each year of age these branches, it was stated. the results of their ivork.Automobile Second place was won by NAB i d
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The guest house is locauu: : on the computed to the nearest birthdaywill The plan will not apply to regular Quonset Point, where $1,214,663
lower deck, south wing, of Bldg. be allowed under the plan, Navy officers except temporary drivers at main in bonds were sold, and NAS Jacksonville *
955. Tastefully furnished, and plus an additional point for each -- -- -- gate becoming more and more took third place with '1,-
boasting a snack bar as well as four months of active duty in the I 1-- NOTICtHie disgruntled as outgoing line 129233.
shower facilities, the center is an -.. .. Navy Department has grows longer and longer while At the conclusion of the drive
ideal gathering place for personnel Indoor Swimming Pool forbidden the forwarding of guard chats with tony loit buddy the local station war bond office
in lead
to meet and entertain visiting magazine and newspapers to car announced that $1,498,475 worth'of '
I.. members of their families. It fulfills Sot For Tuesday Opening personnel Mho are transferred bonds had been sold here, $1,*
a long-felt need here at Main- Formal commissioning ceremonies Unless! publisher are notified Full comn/oQlkler-pu.Jing out 223,475 of the "E" variety, and '
side for such a facility. A fuUj for the new Joint NAS- of the new address to which cokes to his friends at baseball the" "remainder in types "F" and
I time hostess will be on hand u> NATTC irfdoor' swimming pool at personnel aretransferred their game Tuesday afternoon-being 0. NAS war bond officers'have-
look after the comfort of the the corner Enterprise and Gillis fcubscrlptloiift will be stopped approached by un-knowiny# civilian stated that the originally-an
guests streets will be held next Tuesday Immediately by the publisher.The who attempted to buy thm nounced local figures are correct,
The content winner and the evening, with Rear Admiral Ralph subscriber 11'1' responsible for ,*. and that they are at a loss to ex- t
name selected for the guest house, Davlson, Capt. A. R. Brady and Rlvblnthe/ publisher of him& Those POW work pott'tics visible plain the discrepancy letwOOItheir's \
will be 'announced in the Jaic Air Capt. J. B. Lynch among the new address and not the Navyor about the station-- -sa reminiscent and the Washington, total.
News soon after the close ot the guests of honor (Complete storyon the rout Office (Department./ eII Certain phaie of W Total bonds sold throughout the
.. mid-SO's. Navy amounted to $91,276,018..Inn .
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tom., and Staff Sgt Art Novak
CURIOSITY COMPELS us to inquire i iQ

into the origin of the anonymous
letter we received from three
Waves who are confessed ardent
admirers and avid readers of The
Flying Bull -this makes four al- .
together. These three have as-

sured us, moreover, that they have .z
+'for their ideal Marines in general
(which is quite natural]), and Pfc. J
Fred Gurgol of the SNJ Line in

particular. This also is obviously ..
x quite natural, considering that OF the responsibility being carried .In
Fred is imbued with the appurte-I highly technical fields by WAVE officers are Lt (jg) Mildred Bre- <:
nances and appendages of every land (right) and Lt (Jg) Jane Server USNR. Thee two officers '

Marine, I. e, looks, brains, polish, have recently been authorized to wear the new Naval Navig atur's

brawn, and so on far into the night. wings.Lt. .
Space prohibits our listing all the (Jg) Breland and Lt. (jg) Server were graduated from the
U. S. Naval Air Navigation School, Hollywood. Fla., and from the
characteristics of the Marine But, ,
W, F "BULL" IIALSEV! in shorts, is shown above
Celestial Link
Navigation training course at Quonset Point, R. 1.,
unsatisfied curi-
Our
digress
Kamikaze tactics to of fast carrier task we
describing: Jap a group before reporting for here at NAS Jacksonville in
duty March IWf;
I osity, as we say, cries out for a
force officers in the western Pacific. Halsey's Third Fleet is cur-
Since that
time have
they taught navigation to hundreds of
with these three nameless young
lently flaunting its might under the noses of the Japanese, meeting
very
Waves. The most logical place fora patrol bomber pilots. Lt. (Jg) Breland who held a private pilot's
bombarding the enemy homeland and sending wave after wave of tryst seems to me to be the slop- license before the war, has logged more than 800 hours of flight time of
pea-based airpower over industrial and transportation centers. chute considering the fact that with the Navy. This total is believed to be a flight record for women
Among the carriers in the Third Fleet now operating off Japan are I Instructors. .
the Lexington, Essex, Independence and San Jacinto. there one can purchase potato Lt (jg) Server calls Indiana home
Madison
and Lt.
chips, for which we have an inflection jg),
The' New Corsair I a appe tit._.. (Thl s .I... no resatiab -_ Breland addresses her letters to Hattiesburr., Mississippi. j
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f' 913)). Inasmuch as we are all Ex-NAS Wave In Hawaii
strangers, I would suggest that
the Waves identify themselves by I
*'. wearing red carnations in their I
,- hair. A description of ourselves Writes-About Duty There ."

would be futile. People don't know -
F whether we are animal, vegetableor I Marjorie F. Tyler, RM2c, form- 1---- --- --
mineral. erly on duty here in Radio Central people grand and the WAVES have
''is now overseas and writes back | been received with open arm! The ,
w I II II FLANNELMOITII, as we affectionately from Oahu: ']' best part of all is that we actually 1

I call "The Sky Commuter i "I'll try to give you all the information I do relieve men who have been ;
can consider himself respon- straight from the shoul 1 away for years and they get pent I
II sible in case your correspondentsmeet der. I am crazy about it and back to the States. We see *oj I III'
I with a. sudden "accident." I know that I'll never be sorry I j II' many interesting things pertainingto !
Following his broadcast of Mon- I came. I'm in communications and the war and I feel that in the
I day morning, in which he read partof because we work so many split I month I've been here I've actually
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our last article over the radio, shifts and "mids", we get every contributed more directly to the
i I Ia bets are being placed in Compart- 'fourth day off. The A & R girls I war effort than In all the monthsat
ment 2 of Barracks 911 as to get a. good deal. too. They work Jax. Come on' out!" 1

,.." ,aw. whether we will live through the ,: from 0720 'til 1600 with an hour I -
1 week. and a half off for lunch, have
HERE'S A DRAMATIC, three-quarter view of the new F4U-4 I IN THIS UNIT we have the I every sixth day off and, I think, : 'Wave UniformRegs .,
Chance Vought Corsair fighter, a modification of the swift plane I another 2200
makings of a bang-up boxing team, liberty during the
that has been hammering the Japs from the decks of flat-tops and which should be of interest to week, starting at 1500. I
I from Pacific land bases for the of Chief visual prac- Modified
past couple years. "We have our
tically all you Joes. Some of the I own entertainingplace
changes are the new four-bladed hydromatic propeller, and elliptical I better and more experienced leather right on the base and there'sa

shaped cowling with air intake at bottom. Goodyear Aircraft as slingers are Simoneaux, Mead- dance every week-sometimes i I Station WAVES need no longer

well as Chance Vought is building_the _new fighter. j jZ'ary ors, Moore. Murnighan, Howardand oftener. Don't believe all the stuff wear hose when going ashore. An
-- Hornsby. Simoneaux I you might hear about having to administrative order (No. 14-45):
was amateur ;
: A/rn llliil/ ( \ To Ship's Company To ,1 lightweight champ of Louisiana I provide your own entertainment I was issued on 18 July which says
for three years and fought because 'taint so! I've hardly had I uniform regulations are modifiedto
Compete I For Slule Depl.Jolts I semi-pro in Texas and Mississippi time to read the newspaper since ', read "Except at official functions -

In I'oreiffn; Service; i Pass Swim Test I next with fight a great is scheduled deal of success for August His I I've_ "The been_ islands here. are beautiful, the I'I optional., the" wearing of hose will le' "

The Department of State has I at Mason Field. Meadors has You can, now go into Jax, gills
announced that it has urgent need Station Order No 70-45. issued //3 some classy boxing in a few Navy Hour To without feeling as if you have suddenly

for additional Foreign Service Officers 14 July, directs all Ship's I bouts he has had at the Arena in slipped into long red wooliesin
Opportunity to apply for 'Company men to report to Pools town and at a smoker on the sta- the middle of summer, but don't

this service is now available to No. 1 and No. 2 within six weeks tion a shoot while back. Jim Salute WavesA forg'et that you must Mill wear titg
commissioned, warrant and enlisted Moore of Wing 3 was a leading with both blues and grays!
of the date of the order for a swim .
Golden Glover and
personnel of the U. S. Navy middleweight I special salute to the Women's -
and Naval Reserve, including the I screening test. Men failing to champion in St. Louis for five Reserve will be featured on "The I!

Women's Reserve, permanently j pass the test will attend Instructional years before entering the Marine Navy Hour" 31 July from 2100 to Navy Shifts Top
stationed in the continental United j: Corps. Jim has boxed regularly
classes
as scheduled by the 1 2130 E.W.T. over the National
States to the Station I I since entering service. His most '
according
Broadcasting System. The
Educational Officer. II I Swimming Department, the order recent fight was at Cecil Field I gram will include greetings from pro Command Officers '
stated where he won the main event, _
Interested personnel may obtain I high ranking Naval officers, a I
application blanks, from the Educational The screening test consists of: beating a. local professional, Jim tribute to the Hospital Corps, and I' Secretary of 'the Navy James
Office, if they meet the (a) "D" Test, which is a five I Grenshaw now in the Navy. Mur- I a radio pick-up from the Pacific. Forrestal announced a number *>f
qualifiea lions. minute float nighan is the former light heavyweight The program may be heard lo- shifts in command this week look

Written and oral examinationsfor (ib) Twenty foot underwater I How champ about.of the it, men Central? Don'tyou Pacific cally over WJAX Tit 2030 next ing forward to the climax of the
swim. Monday night. / war against Japan.
will be conducted
applicants by:
think we should use all this Rear Admiral Frederick C .
the State Department. Successful (c) Fifty yard swim using a different talent? I --- -- ----- --- I Sherman commander of carrier
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candidates will be stroke each 25 a
yards.d I THE SQUADRON TARTY Navy Pianist On division, was named to succeed
"tligibility list" which will be valid I ( ) Instruction in abandoningship scheduled for August 8 is going to Vice Admiral Marc A, Mitscher a*
for two years. Individuals on the drill and survival tactics.NASJaxTfoTrain. be a real shindig and clambake, i( commander of the First Carrier *
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"eligibility list" may be called up ----' -- the
for commissioning in the Foreign I- -- entertainment committee has Air One Year Task Force, leading the major
; Informed us. It is going to be a changes Vice Admiral John H.
Service of the United States at
combination of an Irish wake, a I Towers commander in rI
: deputy
any time during that period if they Polish I I Bill Nalle, the Bluejacket pianist .
wedding and an Italian funeral chief: of the Pacific Fleet, will suc
can be released from the armed from the Naval Auxiliary Air Station
all rolled ,
into one. In addition I. ceed Vice Admiral John S. Mc
forces without prejudice to the war ,War VeteransNAS to its many other attributesthis at Green Cove Springs, will Cain as commander of the Second !
effort. celebrate two anniversaries! with ,
Unit has several I
top-notch Carrier Task Force in another important
The deadline for submitting: applications Jacksonville is among 35 entertainers who have consented to his program on WMBR next Mon shift.Admiral I
t day; his first anniversary on the
to the Educational Office
naval shore establishments certified add to the festivities. Lieutenant Mltcher will assume '
'{ is Monday, 6 August.WEDDINGS, i to train World War II veterans Karcher of the entertainment com air WAVES.and the third anniversary of the duties as chief of naval operations ;

". through an agreement between the mittee has requested .the assistance In honor of the dual occasion for air replacing Vice Admiral Aubrey ,
F Navy Department and the Veterans' of a few more of you joker \V. Fitch who becomes superIntendent !
Bill will
I play a of George
Wy Administration, it was announced who can sing, dance play a musical Gershwin favorites group of the Naval Academy. !
this week. instrument or In general enter I Bill Nalle No announcement was made of I
will be heard
tain the audience of Marines who on
The following marriages were I Other stations, it was stated, : will be, you will find, not Jadedby WMBR from 1545 to 1600 on Monday Admiral Forrestal McCain's new assignment.
I conducted at Station chapels: will be approved later for apprentice the many attractions of the II 30 July, This is a programin emphasized that" the /I
changes were not a and
I July 16: Paul Eugene Parrin and training and on-the-job or night spots in Jacksonville. Anyof a regular weekly series "shakeup,
that it was just a coincidence that
trade training as the activities ac- ----- w*-
Laverne Edna. Strieker. I I you people who are talented are I : -- all these periodic shifts occurfeJ I
;. July 18: Donald Herbert Beall quire the necessary physical properties asked to report to Lieutenant Bt.'lkeley Decorated I
: simultaneously. In all 29 changeswere
#, and Mary Stuart Wood I equipment, tools, and instructional Karcher. Don't be bashful. This
materials and I Commander John D. Bulkeley, made among flag rank offi
; July 20: Gordon Albeit Dressier personnel is your chance to re'i'e'allle- .
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1., and Elizabeth Virginia Chad- ville and famed Medal of Honor winner of cers. ,
I Dcrhaps carve a career _
;' wick. I I "The Navy is deeply serious for yourself on the stage. earlY) Philippines PT-boat actions, -------o jj!----- -

July 23: Raymond R. Peteis and about its responsibility to veterans _h__ ______ I has been awarded the Legion of Patrol For Roosevelt
'j Luja Pearl Holmes Wilkes I ," said Hear Admiral F G. Merit for commanding at torpedo Blvd Is EstablishedA
I Crisp, director of the Division of A directive issued by CNAOpTra I boat squadron during the Normandy -
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Shore Establishments and Civilian this week requested that all invasion. special patrol of four petty
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PANAMA TREATY Personnel. "Through this agreement I Jewish personnel be granted special | He also received a Cold Star In j officers has been assigned"to the
I I to attend services lieu of a second Silver Star Medal section of Roosevelt Boulevard Im-
In November, 1903, the United with the Veterans' Administration liberty on ,
it is that a real two coming Jewish religious holidays for attacks on shore targets and mediately north of the Main Gate
States recognized the independenceof I I hoped very
Panama and negotiated a treatyfor and worthwhile opportunity will I Rosh Hashono, the New I enemy ships while commandingthe daily from 2200 to 0100, by direr
construction of a canal across I''be I given all veterans to establish Year, and Yom Kippur, the Dayof USS Endicott in I the Invasion I tive of the Station Personnel Offi

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..,. I women are seamen who fill a variety Officials
o[' billets ranging from general Top
office work to chauffeurs and .Lie ConicI StatAnfJ SaJl
film projectionists. Thirty eight '. s: Commend WavesOn

I ratings are open to them, including

yeoman, storekeeper, radioman,
The last three years of our
telegrapher, mechanic, electrician,
M Navy's one hundred and forty-
cook, baker, printer, parachute Anniversary
(I seven have been shared by 82-
rigger, mailman, gunnery instructor -
000 women who welcome
today
and photographer. To date High ranking naval officials
approximately 100 enlisted women another opportunity to express have sent birthday greetings to the .
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have qualified as chief petty offi their gratitude for the privilege members of the Women's Reserve.
r of service. Fleet Admiral Ernest J. King

cers.The majority of WAVE officersare Many have felt they were USN, Commander in Chief, United
THINGS: HAVE changed
States Fleet and Chief of Naval
serving as line officers in billets passing through adjustments ,
since we first started being Waves
similar to childhood and adolescence Operations said, "As the Women'sReserve
three years ago! TLj doubtful if which use their knowledge and I
observes the third
anniversary -
training as administrators, language in becoming acquaintedwith
anyone would call it "the good old
of its existence, I
customs traditionsand speak
specialists, radio and radar Navy ,
days" for officer and in the
man
technicians, lawyers, communicators procedures and just recently every
In the beginning, when the first and various educational servo have begun to realize fleet in extending birthday greetings .
\'d classes left their training schools, ices. A total of 390 officers are they have reached an adult stature and a hearty 'Well done!' "

, they did so with a rapidly growing medical specialists serving as laboratory in our services. Secretary of the Navy James
self-consciousness for the general I technicians and therapists. i Forrestal sends.the following message
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. y public apparently knew very little I There are 41 women doctors, two Vice Admiral Randall Jacobs I I I "In hundreds of shore based
about the new feminine part of dentists and two civil engineers. USN comments on the WAVESas jobs, the women of the Navy have
the Navy. Everywhere people More than 1,000 former enlisted "Coming of Age" in the fol- proved overwhelmingly successful

j stared, and it was not uncommon women have been commissioned lowine Power" article -printed in "Sea E j as replacements. They have released

to hear yourself audibly discussed following officer training. At present : I I enough..men for duty afloatto
I ; there seemed to be some 25 women each month are being I "In a couple of months, the Lt Comdr. Stalling- completely man a major naval
I thing about a uniform which made trained as officers at the Mid- first WAVES will be eligible for the class known as "fogies" I task force. I congratulate the

people think it automatically rendered I shopmen's School in Washington, I' The fact is not without Its symbolical significance well as I ,: members of the Women's Reserve
\ the wearer both deaf and D. C. its slight financial advantage. For this automatic increase in You have every right to be proud.

blind. The more curious would I pay due a sailor for three years' service regrettably associatedin Your conduct, discharge of military
\ s' tap you on the shoulder and say !| I the popular mind with the word "old," in a sense marks a i responsibilities and skillful work
. I .f with charming subtlety "Say, I Lt .Comdr. Palmer coming of Naval age. are in the highest tradition of the

f j C what are you anyway T" Or per- j j -- It Is a reminder that the WAVES definitely are not only Naval Service."

I haps "What branch of the Red with us, but also of us. They have been successfully absorbed I Captain Mildred H. McAfee,

Cross do you belong to?" Ex- ( into the wartime Navy, pooling their talents and their efforts USNR, Director of the WAVES, ,
planations were usually accepted 1 with those of 3,000,000 other individuals in as tremendous a said "Members of the Women's
with a rather blank! "oh." In those ] demonstration of teamwork as the world ever has seen. Reserve take pride in the com

days, the sailors stared because j There was a time, only a couple of fogies back, when the pletion of another year of service
were something new and strangeto idea of women in the Navy would get no more serious considera-* and in their contribution to the
their masculine world; now they tlon than would an Amazonian fairy tale. Today that idea is a Navy's job ashore which makes
stare because they are sailors. I solid and fortunate fact. Women undeniably are in the Navy. i possible the magnificent achievements

,110, There are 82,000 of them, very much in the Navy, at 500 shore of the fleet. May our fourth
IN THE GINNING
- we were. i establishments. In Washington, D. C., they outnumber the men. year of service bring us all closerto
mostly ,
storekeepers
yeomen record
clerks I But they have permeated the rest of the Navy too-the landlocked a united world at peace in
all the jobs that had
which the
part of It. hopes, efforts and sacri1 -
to do with shuffling papers. Now Without fuss or fanfare, they have created no dislocationsmore 1 flees of these war years will see
we have gone successfully far serious than those necessitationg such minor accommodations their fulfillment,"
I afield to become mechs naviga I II
as stocking nail polish in the ships store and equipping I --'- >t. ------
; tors, gunnery instructors, and j I
4 barracks (Women's Reserve with facilities .. I
wwc laundry
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such jobs long considered to be
j Social
I Events Set
exclusively masculine. We like the To each of NAOpTraCom's" thirty-five hundred, WAVES a I
sincere "well done. I
1 variety! Not all women, by a long I
I shot, are content with a horizon ] LT. COMDR. EDITH L. STALLINGS, USNR For
NAOTC Women's Reserve Director. Birthday WeekNAS }
1 limited by desks and umpteen file I
cabinets.
I WAVES will celebrate the
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j Ah, remember the of the
days
a third anniversary of the Women'sReserve
1 "gremlin" suits, when no amount with a series of social
I of Ironing, starch or elbow grease :J/'e :,4/'nirat SaYJ events.
made the outfit :
J decently presentable At 1600
r ... on Saturday afternoon,
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.. \ Remember how they sagged 28 July, the varsity Softball team
and wrinkled and faded, even when : LT 'OMOR JEAN T. PALMEIl I am particularly pleased to extend my congratulations will play the Sports Arena girls

practically fresh out of the pur- USNR, will be a visitor to to the WAVES on the occasion of your Third from Atlanta, Ga., on the powerhouse
chase box? The grays may not NAS Jax, the week end of July I Anniversary in the Naval Service. The job you have diamond at Enterprise and

of be a the 4.0 answer summer to uniform everybody, out idea it's 27 Lt. Comdr. Palmer one of the done throughout this Command, and the job you are I' won Mustin.34 games The and Atlanta dropped team only has 3.

I continuing to do is outstanding. : heartiest "well
practically an Adrian model com first WAVE officers to be commissioned My Dance
pared to the cotton blues! Probably in 1942, is Assistantto done" to all WAVES in this Command. Saturday night, the usual main-
__ ._ __ I
the method of laundry had the Director of Enlisted Personnel I +- _-- side dance will be moved down to
nothing to do with the state of the at the Bureau of Personnel. the athletic mat in the WAVES

.. gremlins but along with that idea Washington. She was one recreation area for outdoor danc
., ;i comes the memory of dunking of the first two WAVES to go :JIe ing Music will be furnished by
clothes in the GI buckets beforewe overseas when she accompanied Captain Sac is the Commandant's Band, and at
graduated to regular built-in Commander Joy Hancock last 2030 a special floor show will be
wash tubs! And always, always. October to make a survey of (/ put on by the famous hill-billy
as long as the Navy has Waves, housing conditions and billets in When I returned from sea duty recently, I was surprised band from radio station WSM.

will the laundry chores go on! the Fourteenth Naval' District at the variety of jobs the Waves are now doing Feature numbers, square dancing

IN Tiff BEGINNING, we got prior to the assignment of for the Navy in a completely competent manner. It is a and the calls by John Dolce, re-

all kinds of special attention (including WAVES to permanent duty I genuine pleasure to congratulate them on their third nowned should make square for dance specialists,
a gala
cracks
and low whistles there. evening.
)
anniversary in the service, and to say that we know we AH of the ship's
in the chow lines, pay lines and Since Lt. Comdr. Palmer is company is invited
other lines. Now we get shoved I authoritatively informed on all j can depend upon them to maintain their high standardof to attend.

around, stepped on and griped at I points of interest to enlisted patriotism i until complete victory> is won in the Pacific. On Sunday, 29 July, the WAVE
just like everybody else. __ _: officers are planning a boat ride
.
, WAVES, it is planned for her down
The first pilots to hear a so. j to speak from 1820 to 1830 over with chow the river from 1100-1600,
prano voice over the tower mikes WJHP on Saturday,, 28 July Mary DeVitt S(2cJ Thinks same afternoon served aboard. That
probably did a sharp snap roll of at 1500> the softball .
team
astonishment. Now they take it will play a second game
for granted that landing or take I Lt Guenther Says: !I "Admirals Are Wonderful"Mary diamond versus the at Atlanta team, on the
Enterprise and Mustin.
off instructions are just as likely
to be soprano as baritone I "Admirals are wonderful," says Open House

IN TilE FIRST MONTHS, officers I Mary C. DeVitt, SK2c, of Janes. officers Monday will afternoon hold :30: July, the

Insisted that we keep our vllle, Wisconsin, and she's the gal invited guests at open house for
.' hair short and Dimmed according I who ought to know, for she's the 1900. WOQ from 1700-

r ,j. to regulations. Funny, they still Admiral's orderly There will be an all-WAVE
One of the few Waves to picnic -
do! At first, we trembled when very in the WAVE
I hold such a position, DeVitt was recreation area
we saw an officer from
,). looking us over; 1530-1800 on Monday afternoon
to that -
assigned when
duty she
.., now we know how not to be whereshe's 30 July, and will
reported to NAS, Jax) in August, 1 feature an
looking! --- Nr amateur "floor
1943, fresh from boot school. She show" during which
The first year was rugged, with I served Rear Admiral Andrew C. groups of WAVES from each barracks -
I almost daily demands of adjustment McFall for eighteen months and will compete for prizes. The
I to a new way of life, new several times during that period show will begin at 1800. At 1830,
work, new kind of living quarters.We I vaw I had the privilege of being a memo six: of the WAVES who have been
felt we were all rather on trial a ;; ber of the official party when the aboard longest will participate in
i and that the man's Navy was waiting Admiral made Inspection trips to the official cutting of the birthday
I to see if we could make the other air stations via plane. cakes.

grade and take an earned place The duty, DeVitt explains, is a In the event of rain, the Softball
''I in the outfit. After three years, combination of many things. She I games will be cancelled, but the
I we think we have done both. At Is a messenger, a receptionist, an I dance and program will go on as
least, we feel l that we belong here emergency secretary and chauffeur planned in the mainside auditorium

,. and are helping to do the job. I a minor diplomat and a and the picnic will be moved, com-

When we originally marched I--rr-JiT: LtJ-A GUKJsTllhR.USNR general "handy-man." Her job includes plete with program Into the
WAVES
I from civilian life into the Navy, Waves Administrative meeting many people, and galley
that suits DeVitt fine, for she -
particularly ---
I we thought it was the best darned I Officer for NAS, sends the following likes meeting, studyingand -- --

part of Uncle Sam's entire fighting birthday message from I learning to know the stream < Flight Training For
force and that it would be honor
.- an the WAVES: of visitors in and out of the Admiral's 1nd Officers Is CurtailedThe
to be considered a part of it. We
n a
the three
WAVES in past office. ,
still do! "The asdut_ __ :.,..,._
"' "" N' Secretary of the
years, have offered their services DeVitt's ambition for the futureIs Navy has
Aj --- --- to our country with varying degrees to stay right where she is. .Delft directed that no further requests
"Navy Hour" To Salute of trepidation and antici "There's no other job in the entire - --- for flight training be submitted

pation. Looking back, we experience Navy that I'd rather have," she SNEAK PREVIEWIn from officers other than U. S.
Fast Carrier Forces a feeling of gratitude for says. February, 1901, the Japanese Naval Academy graduates ot the

The new "Navy Hour" will sa4 the opportunity that has been became. Fleet bombarded the Russian Fleet classes of 1915: and 1944 until further -

lute the officers and men of the given us to participate Jn the Midway a U. S. possession and fortifications at Port Arthur, notice, pending consideration
/ fast carrier task forces over the war effort, and we are tewarded in 1373 when the USS Lacka- the naval base of Russia in the Far by BuPers of the present large

NBC network and WJAX on Sat with a deep satisfaction that we wanna hoisted the American flag East, without prior declaration of backlog of applications from re ;

urday 28 July, 2030-2100.( too have been able to serve." over the Island. war I serveoCflcera.I N



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Copies are dlt fife of charge at the Naval All + APAN Went. Thomas F. Olynn, ChC, USSR
Station\ the ; \ yte.flr Technical Training Center, the 'Tentsi' a
Heatlquarteii of the Naval Air Operational Training Command Danes fl Never to be forgotten, the night of March :JOth,
Natal Auxiliary Air Station Steen Cove Springs, HONSHU fourteen years ago. Kniite Kenneth Rockne washappy
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, the Naval Alt'Gunnera' Meio Cn ,ta that nenlnclie had Just dined with
school, the U. S. Natal Hospital, the Naval Aux Kya ? I
lusty Air Station Municipal No. 1, and the Naval Auxiliary Ka len Tsinptao i $140a "Christy" Walsh and "AI" Fuller, playwright and
Air Station Mil)purt. Lt. (jg) O. H. Townsend, Editor yt 9 KtP 11 TOKYO. 1 I Chicago hotel nprt'lW'nlalh'tThlnglt had been ".
Rear Admiral Ralph E. Daxlson. CSN .I'L. L tilt/ Pk +s i TokphamNanking' breaking well lately. "Rock" had Just won his see-.
Chief of Naval Air Operational Training s and Nlillo"al'Champl.hlil.. Next day he would '
Pvsca l. SHIKOKU aC greet his sons In Kansas. City, then take to the air
Captain Anthony R.: Brady, CSN KYUSHUiZt1 I for a speaking tour beginning at Los Angeles..,
Commanding Officer N 1 N a ?,Shanghrlt SHICH17br
Jacksonxtlle Natal Air Station } / Triple propel Ion t-ut westward through leaden
Flange how \1 t. \ skies Thunderous droning. Carefully pilots chart
Captain Joseph B. Lynch, t'SNRCommanding : CHI Y.A. $ God .
their 'course. Rut plan things differently.Don't
Officer !
We c oW ..5t"
Naval Air Technical Training Center a t I nay It was cruel. Don't say this thing was
4-\ a4 BONIN ISblwlvrl unplanned. If 'Rock's life was a tremendous power
Captain John J. O'Mallev (MC), CSN Foochow. ,
Commanding Olflcer I for good l, his death would do more good, much more. .,
U. & Natal Hospital God knew.
IWd JIMA I
I Silver bird, Meek, awlft, soaring. Then of a "11(1.i .
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Colonel Martin Commanding J, Keiiener Officer, USMC (Ret.) T 'FORMOSA ct 'rt i den, terrible, twitting, tiirnhllng. 10.11.n; early ., .
Marine Barracks I Mart morning. The middle of Kansas. Kniite Ken-

1989 Kong -s j neth Kockne, wlardof: the pigskin, maker of men,
Commander Commanding Edwaid I:Officer. Dolecek, USN head of a happv family, adopted son of Our I.ad)',

Natal Air Uunneis School > I Dead' The silver crucifix of his rosary was
bent at a ring around his finger. Shocked' radio
Commander Hank 1. Cot bin t'SM tegar.. ? vsW.O
waves, M-arehead extras tears dripping on street
Commanding Officer 1 _
Naval Auxiliary Air Station l een Cove SpringsCommander SAIPAN.' I cornerdraped In black a whole nation. .
Now were the stories told. "Go-giver," I said< FoetPreNldent .
How aid E. Born, t'SX Manila PHILIPPINE
Ofllcei GUAM ;ROTAMINL ", Father O'Donnell, and that Hummed It up.
Commanding f
Naval Au).lliarv All :station Cecil Field ORO i; cAMARas One of Christ's. "(;lel\lI of heart," always perhaps .
"neelng God." "'rh.. moot masculine man, ruggedness' 4
A1L ISLANDS !
Commander Salem A. Van Every, Jr.. CSX ; ?
Commanding Olticei vre on field and off." \Miat a lesson sportswrlterx! could
;Naval Auxiliary All Station, Municipal No. 1 I teach America's youth And this great man, 110

Commander John B. Huhn L'SNH THIS IS TIlE SETTING of the fast dwindling Nipponese humble unashamedly clinging to God, bendIng ,

Commanding OKIcer Empire, where Allied forces are getting ready, under the knee In church, asking! his penance, re'el'i I
Naval Auxlllaiv Air Station: May port ing Ills Lord In ('onmlllnion-Ihl" great man "justone
the protective covering of a deadly aerial umbrella, to move "
Lieut. Col. \\llllani r. Enl L'SMC (Ret.) of his own boys' : Don't say what the world
Commanding/ Officer in for the kill. The shaded area shows what is controlledby called tragic anti sad was unllhnllf-tl: He coached

Marine Aviation DetachmentThe > our land-based air power on Okinawa, the Marianas and not. eleven, but many more than eleven millions.

JAX AIK NE\\S receives Camp Newspaper Service Iwo Jima. Halsey's sea-based air power takes care of the Roc'kne'! was a great Ideal when I was In my teens
,.
mateilaU Kepubllcntlon I ot ci edited matter piohlblted New years have brought new heroes.' Many a one .
without permission of CNSar Deuaitmeiu. 205 L. rest
himself tu UII 'hl this Men and
42nd St. N.V.C. Republication of any other matter, presents war.
except bv service publication, li prohibited without women who teach us how tit live and how to die for 4
l*rml""Iln of Editor, JAX AIR :-.JE\\. God and country.

Concessions As "Rock". fell, as many war hero today falls,
CoalFue1'Adminish'ator they throw something to 'you and to me. They I

main Associated speak! the .same simple words which\ the fallen soldier
Today's argument is with the ,Press.
I at Ypres said In 1913 "To from falling handswe
of the you
and
Secietary Said the AP in from Potsdam site
Tuesday dispatches
throw the tor('h. He yours to hold It high." I
Interior Harold Ickes has i issued the pro of the Three conference "President
Big : Truman has achieved ( Why not ? The characteristic- a saint and a
nouncement that this country must share unexpected Russian concessions." patriot N {thai he. can he imitated.! Why no\ ?

its depleted coal reserves with Europe i in I I
Says this serviceman's newspaper: Since when does the
order to prevent serious disorders there, and United States of America have to achieve concessions from I I II I

that, specifically, we must ship 6,000,000 tons. I anybody?

of coal to that continent between now and I .
not
Our argument is with President Truman He, from
1 1946 'beginning immediately.This 1 1hetviers
January "
the flimsy evidence available in the highly-censored dispatches .. I

serviceman's newspaper would like I out of Potsdam, seems to be upholding the traditional fur SunJ.', July. 2t, 1941

to ask : Why ? I Yankee ideals of shrewdness and fair play. lie is bargainingas I'roU.Unt (,kspeli| MMI* Road sad Rirnilntlmm Ate I

isn't concessions." OiJ!>--,Holy Communion celebrated by Chaplain J. D.
It is a well-known fact that, before and an equal-he "achieving I i Skinner.

during the war, Germany 'was one of the i Our argument as we said above, \vith-the Associated 0'X -:Bilt Service' ChspUlj I L. W. Davidson Jp.N)0 .
.
( : NAITC Seitlce. Chapljln J D Skinner: preaching
three largest coal-producing nations in the ; Press. Frankly, we don't like their phraseology. The word} WHEN HE C.\. IE ,fit HtMSLl.K":

world, and that Belgium, France and Czechoslovakia "concession" carries the connotation that'something is being O43O--Sunday j(> > :U. S. Naval School Hospital In the Small Service, Chaplain L. Cole,

were not far behind. Yet we are told : granted by a superior to an intefior-it indicates that a favor preaching "RUNMNG: WITH CKKTA1NTY":
IIHS - !
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that the vast deposits still available in these is being handed down from Olympus to some .poor, unworthy piwaihlni, 'THINK O\ THESE 'Irc1s..HUddlt'
1100-<;hil: (lan tVI<>ne, l'I'llu-Small Chapel. .r
countries cannot heat the homes and feed mortal down below. I 1IiO'lnlce: at PRY 11.1"11"" 'I'ea"ha"llIl" H. A. Forcer -
the factory furnaces of liberated, postwar I Ever since the lied legions of the Union of Socialistic "GUESTS OR PERMANENT RESIDENTS"1900See'icemen's "

Europe. I Republics I butted \Vehrmacht l on the Caucasus Christian l.ea.ue-Chaplaln 1.. W. I
I ? :ietL k/1 : Da\l rierlin Anlel'1Cai1 writers have been fascinatedwith ----
I 10 many : :
This serviceman's newspaper would again C.thlIe"Chllpeh JtuslIa K.*d ..d Hir..'....... "'u....
the prospect of making an issue out of them. These 06io-Mus.
like to k'h ?
u : I writers call them the "inscrutable" Russians. "The fate of 08JO-Mais.OiUO M I..s..
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We are told that it is because of a serious the world, the hope of freedom, the universal desire for eternal 11000-.1"..

manpower shortage in Europe, especially J peace," they..'ie.c. S..r\lcel Mattla Head sad Hlrmliitiim

among miners. Is that a good reason, when able Russians" I 1100-Av Sm..a,II. chapel.Latter ..

we have the entire German Army to draw We say: PoppyCOCk Why this }preoccupation with Russia Lay Mlnltt Small Chap), eerier *f Msttla sad

upon for forced rehabilitation labor? ? Why all this theorizing about the U.S.S.R. ? 1900-Hirnil Mutual.(h_>meeting m. (Wednesday). A ..

We are told that it is because of a serious To us, the Russians are : Jewish, )KrllUm servlir ..d t..II..I' Ho.",
Friday, 181V -Small Chapel, Muslin and Blumlrghum.Maln .
transportation shortage in Europe. If thatis 1. The country that sold us Alaska : lde.
the how does .Mr. Ickes 2. The that had revolution in 1917 Tuesday, H.W-15.TO: -Chaplain*' Office NATTC
case, propose getting country a even as we Tuesday, 1700I8JO Chaplain Olflce. Yellow Water
his 6,000,000 tons of U. S. coal from the had a revolution in 1776. % NAGS.'
First 1'hut'sdav of each month. 1700-1830, Ol
Chaplain' -
I orts of Cherbourg, Antweip and Hamburg I 3. The country that has shared with us and Great Britain flee, NAAS. Green Cove $pilngi.

to the places where they are most needed ? I I the terrible sacrifices-and the satisfaction and elation-of Second Room.Tliumdav NAAS.<. )of ld 'I each>UII, month, 16.101800, Reading

We are tpld that it is because Europe is licking the European fascist nations of Germany and Italy.It Thud Uhumduy of each month 1500-1&K, Chapel JaX

is true that our governmental system is somewhat different .
sick, that her supply; of machinery and managerial ,.
know-how has been seriously reducedby I from the one practiced within the Soviet Union, and Navy Radio ProgramsTODAY

} the war. This may be true. Jt'SOl let'sprovile this difference naturally piques our curiosity. But why that

should cause- us any'uncertainty, or give us an inferiority ,'- .
a few American experts to help them
i I i "Home Folks at War"VMBU, 1100-1115: .
complex this cannot imagine. Most Americans
,
newspaper
get back on their feet again. European I I Ttained for Victory"- -WJAX. 181 ,1830' ,
science and management demonstrated a i: do not think very highly of the Russian system of government I 'Navy Highlights"-HP, 1t11 .1930 I
:
marvelous degree of resourcefulness and ability i (a nation that balks: at the amateurish autocracy of an "First Llne"- \\'l\IDn (CBS), 22002230rillDAY '

OPA clerk won't take much from a commissar) but this certainly I
Ir to improvise when the objective was war
"Navy News"WJAX, 1750-1800 I
is not for in
a reason placing us a concessionseekingstatus.
-why cn't this same ability be utilized for SATUKDAY

the purposes of Jeace'?! Lt. Comdr. Jean Palmer, Waves Annlveisary-- I
Today, Americans have: WJHP, 1820-1830 I
For the life of us, we cannot understand 1. The biggest and best navy in the world "Navy Hour"--.WJAX (NBC), 2030-2100

why Mr. Ickes feels it is better to use up ourcoal 2. The biggest and I best1air' force in the world. SUNDAY

reserve! while Europe's lots, or why it is I 8.} One of the two finest (with Russia) armies in the MONDAY"Bluejacket Choir"-WMBR (CBS), 1105-1130:

r better to let a citizen of Chicago shiver than I world. "U. S. Navy Band"-.WVJAX (NBC), 1300-1330 ..

a citizen of Munich. 4. The best country in worldoithy and capableof I "Bill Nalle"-WMBR. 154 .1600' .

r dealing with any other nation on an equal footing. "Navy New-! WJAX. 1750-1800
"Meet: Your Navy-WPDQ (ABC), 20302100TI.'KMIAY
: This newspaper believes that President Truman is deal-
To The'Editor :
, ing with the Soviet Union on an
: Dear Editor: walked into a neutral meeting place and warmly extended the UNI'; mAY

>a a confirmed mot'le-goer I always glance at hand of friendship and cooperation.We "Navy News"- WJAX, 1750-1800

r: the movie schedule first to see what's coming up j believe that not even that paragon of freedomofthepress -

r t, for the week. I journalism, the AP, should give any other kind of There are many who feel that they have

Put Jut wt"tkI waded through: golf, boating I impression. done their share and that somebody else

and sailing; band conceits, badminton, and library, .. I should, be given the chance to finish the j job. t

tit., nn, t-ndleas repetition and waste, of type andpaper j "The United States has transformed itself in the brief'' The truth is that it would be impossible to

PLEASEhow about giving ,UII the movie sc-hed. space of five years from a comparatively unarmed state, save j finish this war i if we eliminated all the men r

vie In the former, tU1.to-read.4< coiuetitrated !tyle. for its Nary, to the,, greatest arsenal) and ''most. formidable:f,who' had overseas service and combat
N.A.S. MOVIE GOK/U military power on earth."-Anthony Hdtn. Camp Gordon Johnston Amphibian.Page .



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PRESENts By Bill Smith, Y3c

I Question: Which do you

think would do more to insure

future world peace: to

V' ... PROGRAM OF EVENTS, WEEK OF JULY 26-AITGUST 1 maintain strong Allied

.. #' THURSDAY, 26 JULY armies and navies, or to disarm

Movies, alnslde"TllREE.. IS A CROWD," Gertrude Michael all nations equally?

1300-1700-1930. R. O. MORGAN, S2c, Marianna.i ,
Movies, Student Officers-'THE HIDDEN FACE" E. Arnold 2030.

Band Concert in shell opposite Administration Bldg., 1200-1300. i Fla.Keep
strong armies and navies.If .
Golf at Station golf course, 1000-1900, clubs available. we let them run down, the Allies
Recreational swimming: Officers at Student Officers pool or wouldn't have a chance.
Officers Club 0800-2200. Enlisted, Pools 1-2 (Malnslde) 0800.2100.
1% Bowling-Recreational Building No. 3 (Mainside), 1000-2100. PAUL RAUCH, SC3c, Brooklyn
Anchorage17302130, dancing 1900-2100. NAS band. N. Y. *
GIVING the
shoulder Lee
warm and Wilde
. .. Boating and Sailing-Information from Yard Craft Officer, Ext you are Lynn Disarm all nations-take away
.. 623. (don't ask us which is which), who have the distinction' of all but a little. Then, if they want.
Library0800.2100. being the only twins in films. Take another look and you'll ed to start anything they couldn't

Deep sea and fresh water fishing tackle available in Welfare wish they ''Were crulntuplela.They; are the blessings M.G-M's do any harm. I would suggest sort
Office. 'Twice Blessed. of a central world armament depot
FRIDAY, 37 JULY with each country having a

Movies, Malnside-"SONG FOR MISS JULIE," Shirley Ross 1300- 1800. representative there to look out
1700-1930. Library-0800-2100. for its own interests.

Student Officers-'THE HIDDEN EYE," E. Arnold, 2030.
Night Softball games-Coiner of :Mustin & Enterprise-WAVES l\IOND.\Y. 30( JULY JOE STONE, AM2c, Philadelphia
0730. Fliers 2030. Movies, Malnside-"THE CHEATERS," Jos. Schildkruat 1300- Pa.Disarm.

+ Golf at Station golf course, 1000-1900, clubs available. 1700-1930. all nations equally. This:
Recreational: swimming: Officers at Student Officers pool and Student Officers"INCENDIARY BLONDE" Betty Hutton, 2030. way no nation will think It is
Officers club 0800-2200. Enlisted, Pools 1-2 (Malnside) 0800-2100. JAM SESSION-Follows last movie inside auditorium. stronger than another. And I
Bowling-Mainside alleys, 1000-2100. Badminton-Racquets and birds available Mainside Auditorium. don't think ther would be any
Badminton-Mainslde auditorium, 0900-1230, rackets and birds. 0900-1230. more wars.
Boating and sailing Information frtfm Yard Craft Officer, Ext. 623. Bowling-Mainslde Alleys, 1000-2100.

Anchorage-1730-2130, Golf-At Station course, clubs available, 10001900.
I CLYDE McINTYRE S C 3 C,
L'brary--0800-2100. Recreational Swimming: Officers-Student Officers pool ,and Of- Amelia Ohio.
Deep sea and fresh water fishing tackle available in Welfare Office.
ficers club, 0800-2200. Enlisted-Pools 1-2 Mainslde, 0800-2100. Disarm them all If no one had
SATURDAY 28 JULY I Anchorage17302130.Boating any arms, I don't think there
.4 .... Movies, Mainside! .-"INCENDIARY BLONDE," Betty Hutton, 1300 & Sailing Information from Yard Craft Officer, Ext. 623. would be feelings of distrust, as
only. Tennis gear available at Mainside gear locker if all were armed. Besides, there
,. Student Officers-NO SHOW, Library-0800-2100.( would be more manpower to rebuild -
Outdoor Station Dance Saturday night at WAVES tennis courts, TUESDAY 31 JULY the world-If anything's left
entertainment.,Includes, square dance with music band. -especially in Europe
by special If Movies, Malnside- -"ANCHORS AWEIGH," G. ;
Kelly 1300-1700.
I weather is foul, dance will be held in Malnside Auditorium. ,
Softball WAVES vs. Sports Arena, Atlanta, Ga., team 1600. Mason Field-"ANCHORS AWEIGH," G. Kelly, 2030.
C. J. METZ S2c Columbia S. C.
,
Band concert In band shell Student Officers-"INCENDIARY "
opposite Administration Bldg. 1200-1230. BLONDE B. Hutton, 2030.
It would be safe for us to havea
j Bowling Mainslde alleys, 1000-2100. I Softball Game-NAS Fliers vs. Lee Field, 2030. strong army and navy, due to
Recreational Swimming: Officers at Student Officers pool and Softball game-NAS WAVES vs. Lee Field WAVES, 1900. the fact that no one's going to
Officers club 0800-2100.- Children's
I swimming classes at Mainside* pool Golf-At Station course, clubs available, 1000-1900 attack you. The other Allies must
0900-1000.
t Enlisted pools 1.2. Mainside 0800-2100. Bowling-Malnside Alleys, 1000-2100. voice their own opinions on keep-
1
Golf at Station
J'' course, 1000-1900, clubs available. Recreational Swimming: Officers--Student Officers pool and Officers ing large armies and navies. We
l'30-1930. i
Anchorag
1 I If club, 0800-2200. Enlisted-Pools 1 and 2 (Mainside) 0800-2100.I should have compulsory military
ap4'Sailing, information from Yard
623. Craft Officer, Ext. Anchorage17302100.Tennis training for those 17 to 19 to make

Library-.0800-2100. gear available in Malnside gear locker. better men for future service.
Boating and Sailing-Information from Yard Craft Officer
Ext.
1 tackle
" \y Fishing. available topside In Welfare Office 623.
I.. BOB BARTON, AEM3C, YoungTJown
SUNDAY 29 JULY Library-0800-2100. i
Ohio.Nations .
I Movies Malnside -"INCENDIARY BLONDE," Betty Hutton, WED ESD.\Y, 1 AUGUST are like people-they
i 1130-1700-1930.
Movies Malnside-"ANCHORS AWEIGH," C. Kelly, 1300-1700, can't force their opinions on each
Student Officeis "
Softball -"SONG FOR MISS JULIE, f.hhley Ross, 2030. Mason Field--"ANCHORS AWEIGH," G. Kelly, 2030. other. If we want peace and another -
WAVES.
game- Atlanta 1500. Student Officers-"THE CHEATERS," Jos. Schildkruat. 2030 nation doesn't we can't holda
able Silver In Welfare Springs Office trip-before Buses leave :Main Gate 0850.' Tickets avail- Baseball-NAS Fliers vs. Chason Diary, Mason' Field, 1700. I knife over her. There should be
Friday noon. Bowling--Mainside Alleys 1000-2100. other means to keep ,peace than
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Golf-Station course, clubs available at course. 1000-1700. Recreational Swimming: Officers-Student Officers pool and Officers large armies and navies, but mili- i
Bowling.Malnsld alleys, 1300-1800. club, 0800-2200. EnlistedPools 1-2 (Mainside) 0800-2100 tary forces should be cut to nothing -
Recreational Swimming; Officers at Student Officers pool and Anchorage 1730-2130. .
Officers club. 0800-2200.
, ,+ Badminton-Racquets and Birds available in Malnside gear locker
Anchorage17302130.. Boating and Sailing information from Yard Craft Officer Ext. 623. K. R. HOLMES, AOM3C, Omaha,
Boating and Sailing -Information from Yard ,Craft Officer Ext. Tennis-
623. -Racquets and balls available in mainslde gear locker Neb.Keep
Library-OSOO-2100. strong armies and navies.I .
.. _Tennis gear available In Mainslde auditorium Gear Locker, 1000- Fishing gear available in Welfare Office. don't think the Japs would ever

-- -- -- ,- ------ have attacked us if they'd felt we
: whether the fare was to be five were strong enough.
or ten cents. Finally the dis- Sea Duty Physicals
gusted conductor picked up the PFC. H B. WOLF, JR., USMC,
Scot's suitcase and tossed it off Kansas City, Mo.
I the train Just as they were crossing Ordered For NAS I'm in favor of strong armies
a long bridge It landed with and navies. Naturally stronger -
la mighty splash. a country is, the more cautious'
SALTY HUMOR All department heads
FROM are being
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"Hoot, Mon! screamed Sandy 1 furnished with lists of enlisted aggressor! nations would be
I I per-
HERE "First you try to rob me and
AND THERE nowyou've ) sonnel eligible for transfer to sea
drowned my boy!" I 1 or foreign duty as of 1 July 1915: J, R. SCHMIDTKE Sic, Con-
I I nellsville, Pa.Maintain .
College education for women Is --- by the station personnel office in
futile. If they'io pretty, It's unnecessary No one In Physical Training hat order that the men may be examined small armies and
; if they'ie not, it's Inyet equaled the record number ol y IIIi1J I/ to determine their physical .navies If all disarm, Germany
adequate. knee bends required In an all-night fitness for such duty. might rise again. But if the Allies -
__ crap game. Division officers will check the keep the power to themselves,
Roses are red, t -- lists pick out the men assignedto maybe one of them would want to
their respectivp .divisions, and conquer the world.
Violets are pink Visitor: "Boy. I'd like to aet'e. .
. .. Immediately after somebody with a little authority.: make arrangements with the flight r
at the Main Station ROGER DODGER, S2c Potlach
surgeon Dis. ,
The Thirteenth drink. S2c: "What can I do for you !
S. C.
I have about as little authority at pensary for the examinations.The .
Men fall into two classes: Old
physical Is George Washington had a word
only a prelim-
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and broke .
young (- Inary one In order to uncover any for it. I forget now what he said
-- corrective physical defects, and but it sure was good. Besides, if
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,i A canny Scot was engaged in an up In the night club. How was I "THAT'S not one of the Four required immediately prior to world peace someone'd shoot
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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 26 July, 1945 -




I Fliers Go After Second Halt Title In Victory Loop



..

I Reedy Reigns As Net Champ! 'Champs Meet -

Gehringer's ._ ., _._


e Terminal In

..433Hitting V
Plan ,
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r Mark Is Jax TonightWeather
TopsThat
By Ralph Warner, Sic .

Sports Editor permitting, the

The current Flier baseball powdering man the from apple.Deroit is still Naval Air Station Fliers wilt ,

club is 25 percent stronger Blazing along at a great .438 get down to the business of

than last year's team and is clip Manager Charley Gehringeris winning ball games this week

fully capable of holding its leading the offensive of the when they open their cam-
tAT
NAS Fliers on the diamond this 1
PR :, D paign to add the second half
own in Class A-l ball. season, according to a compilationof ,aur YC 4Aa

This opinion, admittedly on figures on games through last championship of the Jax Victory -
A
week. League to their first half hon.
the conservative side was ex-
Gehringer, who has '25 safeties i
pressed this week by Alf Anderson, bat is of the $ a d ors.The
in 57 times at one I Fliers, 3 to 1 victors over "
of the U. S. NAS stars who sluggingthe
twho is the property seven are Maxwell Field in a nonleaguegame
Navy with the Pittsburgh Pirates rock at over a .300 clip. 4 k I
Next in line, with a nifty recordof here Tuesday! were slated to .

holding a second mortgage. his own, is Catcher Jack Baer open the last half against the

Affable Alf Is in a good positionto with 26 hits In 71 trips for a Doughboys of Camp Blanding
know. He played at short for .366 mark. Other members of the
: there
yesterday afternoon. The
which 31 big seven are Pitcher Whitey
the 1944 team, won '
Prust .360, Pitcher Don Carter schedule for the next seven days
.. games against eight losses, and .343, First Eastman George Boer- follows:
.
now is holding down the third base ner .338, Outfielder Ben Lawson Thursday night- Filers! v*.

;: plot for the present aggregation, .309, and Third Baseman Alf An- Gordon Reedy, right, a court wise veteran' and the new NAS Terminal Railroaders at Jax BallPark
has better derson .308. singles champion, receives' the congratulations of C. D. Nelson, his starting at 2015.
which an even
percen- On the defensive side, Carteris opponent In the tournament finals played last week. Reedy won by Friday night-Fliers vs. Daytona -
tage record so far. leading the mound staff with six 8-6, 6-2, 2-6, and 6-3. Beach NAS there.

"The big difference is in hitting," victories without a loss. Jack Sunday-Fliers vs. Gibbs Ship

Anderson asserted. "We have Seidwitz has won two out of two, yarders at Jax Ball Park., Gameis
with other records as follows: Carded part of Victory League dou-
Matches
much more at the plate this Three
power Prust, 5 and 1; Lefty Phil Miller, ble header, which starts at 1330.
year, and every man on the team 4 and 1; Ezra McClothin 4 and 2j; Wf'llnt"Mday-1iers. Chason

can give the ball a ride. The pitch and Johnny Bittner, 1 and 1. Shut- For NAS Boxing Team Dairy at Mason Field, startingat

ing is as good, and I'd rate it outs have been recorded by MeGlottiln 1700.
Bittner and Prust. (All Flier games at the Jar
double A.
Making their first start under Ball Park are free to naval
follow per
"Gehringer started us off right The batting averages : Marine MitterMiaoieueignt .
I sonnel.)
AB H Av. their new "coach, Lt. John Piombo -
r then when Baer came he Player .-
and
Gehringer 37 25 .438 I NAS leatherpushers will hop The Fliers caught a breathing_
added that extra something. Baer 71 26 .366 over to Jax Municipal No. 1 next spell of sorts during the past three

Those doubles and triples really Prust 2i: 9 .360 Wednesday night for a joust with weeks as rain knocked out all their

help. Boerner, DeMars, Hopkins Carter 32 11 .343 the Muni sluggers.A outside games and the Victory loop
Boerner 71 24 .338 k return match will be held at I suspended operations to allow the
and McConnell] have played fine Lawson 84 26 ,309 Mason Field on the night of 8'' playing of the state semi-pro tournament -
ball. Also Woddail and McCul-
in Jax. But with the
Anderson 91 28 .308 August. open-
lough from last year's team. Clark 3i: 10 .285 From six to eight bouts Mill be ing of the second half, the team
Alf did not comment on the Hopkins 101 28 .277 held at Muni with the feature will be hitting the diamond with
Fliers' third sacker but that
gent
,
middleweights regularity.
veteran
Woddall 45 11 .2H pitting two -
has been: doing all right, fieldingA DeMars 68 16 .235 Jimmle Moore of NAS Winner of 18 victories againsta
la big time and swatting .308. McConnell 82 19 .231 and Municipal's Wise Ames. single defeat while annexing the

Like Bob Feller, Anderson comes McCUlloug se 19 .220 Meanwhile, Piombo, who recently first half title, the speedy NAS
from a baseball minded family and House 45 6 ,133 reported to NAS to take outfit is heavily favored to repeat tin

owes much of his success to his McGlothin 20 2 .100 charge of boxing, is attemptingto the final half, although stiffer

father, who has coached baseball Less Than 20 Times At Bat line up matches against other competition is expected.A .

,. at Oglethorpe University for 25 Williams 3 2 ,667 service teams in this area. Camp couple of the. weaker loop ..
years. His mother is a rabid fan, Slater S 2 .400 Blanding, Lee Field, Mayport and teams have been strengthened considerably
and two of his four brothers have Jarowski S 2 ,400 Lake City NAS have been con- and in Blanding, Ter-

played pro ball.Anderson Bittner 3 1 333 tacted to no avail but a clash has minal and Gibbs, the Fliers will
climbed the ladderthe Miller 16 2 .125 been arranged with Cecil Field. be starting off against their three
hard way, starting in American Kennedy 3 0 .000 The Cecil mitters will come herea strongest league opponents.

Legion ball and working uptp Kerman J 0 ,000Seidwitz week or so after the duel with The outside tilt with Daytona

by step to the majors! 7 0 .000 Municipal. Cecil won a verdict NAS will be the second of the season -

After three years of baseball --"= ----- over the local sluggers several for the Fliers, who bopped the
.
v and football at Georgia U., he downstate sailors here several
; weeks ago there in the first go of
joined the Class D New Bern, Finds weeks 12 to 0.
Flier Ten ; the summer season for the NAS ago,
N. C. club in 1938.) He jumpedto
team.In.
B ball the next year with I Going Is SoggyA an effort to bolster his EXPLODE y'
Savannah in the Sally League. FLIERS
I'lombo
tfmuiue "'IUUI squad, has issued an Invitation
Then to Atlanta la the A-l
one of the classiest boxers on the to all boxers on the
Association in
Southern 1910.
double header Is scheduled NAS team, will bee plenty of action station to come out for the team,
MAXWELL
Anderson rapped .352 for the BAUBLEMaxwell
at the new softball field Friday next month when the local which now numbers a dozen
Crackers
and Pittsburgh boughthis when' the NAS WAVES meet sluggers engage In three matches fighters in various weights. The '
contract for 20 grand.' He Camp Blanding at 1930, fol- against outside competition.Moore ringmen, who have been workingout Field's claim to went
with the Pirates In 41 and the south's best
played service team
for about 10
lowed by a clash between the a marine who hails from weeks, train
,
42, spending part of the last year I from 1500 ker-proof at Mason Field Tuesday
Fliers and Yellow Water. St. Louis, has won 115 d 130 dally to 1700 at the
with Minneapolis.Now pavilion. when the ferocious NAS Filers

30 years old, Andy ia "no Manager Sax Elliot's NAS soft- fight Members of the team, most of who have Ideas of their own on the
(hI I
comes for Pittsburgh to use that NAOTC League games last week, In team matches and smokers defeat on the Army Bombers to

second mortgage, Alf intends to but neither did their opponents as Softball : here, are Heavyweight Leon Orms. even the series between the two s

swap his Navy lid for a Pirate cap. rain washed out scheduled tilts by of Glen Falls, N. Y.; Light clubs.
Playing at full strength with
with Lake City here and Cecil ,-e. I Heavyweights Stuart Reid of Rich # ._ ,
1 their lineup
As we were looking over the mond Va. *our major tcagucra in
Field there. Barney Murnighan of the Fliers
standings converted four hits
Fliers' batting averages (Gehrin The club will get back into Weet Palm Beach, Fla., and Herbert into three to
runs
ger way out front with .438)), a league play today with a game OFFICERS' LEAGUE May of Knoxville, Tenn.; Mid- 2 to 0 loss at avenge Montgomery.The a previous .

worse haze than usual came over against Municipal No. 1 there. (Admlr.I' Cup) dleweights Jimmle Moore of St. win was No. 25 for the Fliers
} us. Suddenly we were projected Next Tuesday night the Fliers will TeaM W L Louis and Barry Howard of Port- against five losses and was the

20 years into the future, and over play on their new field for' the MF-0TU U fVI'Batlom land, Me.; Welterweight Horton sixth defeat In 58 games for the
the noiseless, gold-plated teletypecame first time, meeting the Yellow Wa- 30 a Hinton of Birmingham; and Lightweights touted Maxwell nine.

the following disptach: ter ten. YF-5 8 11 Sal Alvarez of Key West, Masterful relief pitching by Don .f

TWENTY-SIXTH OF JULY, I The new diamond, located near LEAGUE Don Meadors of Greenville, S. C., Carter, a two-run single by Charlie
1965-DETROIT-The lIon. the power house, is in good condition MORNING and Nick (1'000)) Carrisal of San Woddail and a bit of Brooklyn

w' Charles Gehringer, who only recently after having been re-worked, Team masdlag Offlf.r'l W C.p) L Antonio. base-running by the Bombers were ."
celebrated his 63rd birthday, and expert Installation of the light MF-OTU 19 3 ------t--- the major factors in the NAS
amassed seven solid bingles In five ing system is expected to provide 17 a MAXWELL FIELD: triumph.
journeys to the platter today to better illumination than in the AP&: R 15' AB H 0 A Carter's hurling was nothing

raise his batting figure to .728. I past. supplySalvage 12 10 1 2 Cullen Hunnlcutt.2b,.g 4 4 1 2 1 1 1 2 less than sensational M be won

This represents a new high for -a+ i- Public WOIkJ B 13 Williams 4 1 J 0 his seventh game of the reason
Mr. Gehringer, who never got over Braicfkeglers Commissary II 13 Prlchard.rf :3 0 0 0 without a loss. Relieving Lefty,
.628 last season. Charles' batting Gold To VM 'l 5 16 Whalen.ir M'Whorter.lb 4 2 10 0 Phil Miller In the fourth Inning -
T-4 1 0 3 0
average has Increased correspond- Roll For Title TodayThe Ship' Senlce 4 18 Posey.cf 1 0 2 O. with two men on and no
ingly with his age. During his Brenn -r.3b 1 0 0 0 one out, Carter pitched one-hit,
i youth, he played with our Tigersfor champion gold braid bowlerat AFTERNOON LEAGUE TravU.ct McCahan,p 2 0 1 4 runk>ss ball for the last six In-

18 seasons, and during this NAS is expected to be named (Cammaod/eg/ OfllfU" Cop) xFontalne 3 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 nings. He fanned two Bombers ;;
time, had a combined average of today when officer keglers take Team W L xxLint 1 0 0 0 In the fourth the final one with
only .321. their rolls at the ten-pins at the Marine Bks 18"U the sacks full, to choke the Maxwell
Back In 1915, when the last Mainside bowling alleys. I kG } : Total 29 6 24 7INA5 threat. lie struck out bit .

a (we hope) war was on, Mr. Geh- Each bowler will roll six games o : 13 8 JAN batters In all, while walking one.
/ ringer started hitting a little across six alleys, and the one with Main Personnel Galley 10 J2 t 9Chief' AB H 0 A The Fliers got their first run in
better. That year he batted .438 the highest total pins will be ac- Club 8 33 AmU-rson.1b: 3 0 2 2 the second Inning when Ted Wil-
for a pretty fair service team claimed the champ and awardeda Boathouse 'l 15 }Baer.c{en nt'dy,rr 2 4 0 0 7 4 1 1 liams, making his second start for

i which represented a Navy Installation $25 War Bond. Docks & Ferries 1 3 37 J1)'IIJ'l WUllamsM 4 1 0 0 NAS, led off with a single. The
: at Jacksonville, Fla. Enlisted men had their turn Garage Woddall.cf 4 1 1 0 former Boston Red Sox sluggers I

He was 43 at the time he com- Tuesday but results were not avail OR LEAGUE Boerner.lb Gchrlnger,2b 3 2 0 0 9 2 2 1 went to second as Manager Charley

piled the .438 mark. Every succeeding able at press time.HarJad'V. Team W L Deman," 3 2 2 2 Gehringer drew a walk, took
his Jumped Lt -- HTMI Mlller.p 1 0 0 0 Continued on Page SevenWoddall
average
year l 14
Dispensary 3 Cnrter.p 1 Ql 0 4 -
10 points, except this year when "s Event Post Office 30 9 2. Sacrifice hits Whalcn Mc-
+ he added 100 points. In explanation NS Main Galley 111 Totals 27 27 33 Cahan. Carter Double plays DeMari
of this feat, Charles consentedto B. Harlan, a talented swimmerof ADU 7 '.o Gehringer to Boerner: Kennedy to
NATTC the station Communications 1 11 x-Dnttcd for Whalen In 9th. DeMars to Anderson to Baer to Geh
make a statement. "I am learn won diving xx-Dotted for Brenner In 9th. ringer to Anderton. Left on base.
ing to bit a change of pace," he championship lost Saturday at the Maxwell 7. NAS B. Hit, off Miller DIn :
said modestly and briefly. WAVES pool. Harlan gave a winning this honor in a meet: held Maxwell ., .... 001 000 000--1MAS 3 Innings, Carter 1 in 6 Miler
Detroit fang, pleasurably eyeing fancy exhibition in five optional at the Malnside pool three weeks j..k..., 012 000 OUx:-3 3 Bases, Carter on ball, off McCahan McCanan 4, '

1R; Mr. Gehringer'a .728 mark, are dives. ; ago. He also holds (ne second nun,i Brenner, Anderson DatI', "W il- 3. Cal tsr t Winning'ftcher I Carter.
looking to the future with confidence. Hatlan also.ia., the' station place-In the CO-ywd breast stroke iama.| Errors, llnnnlcuti. lioerner. Jmptvrs, l.o { Time ct '1
1 ""tl : In the 220-yard free tyle even eTenL ; Runs totted )n, Hunnlcutt, poerasv., going, 1:4y : \),.: '
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.. 26 July, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven



I PT. Averages Go Up As I Brazilians: Aboard ;



Sauadron VPB '2-1 Wins


... VPB 2-1 'wasn't content with VF-OTU 5 had a 3.10 average to

first place honors In the physical finish third trailed by MF-OTU 4 .'

with 3.02.VPB's ..
, training test competition for student e
domination of the compe- 4
i
officer pilots during the April, : tition also was a victory of sorts -

May and June quarter, and as a result tor Lt. George Van Bibber, whois )
the squadron took both first athletic officer for the unit.

N and second place. While no new station individual

Divided into two groups, the records were set during the quarter
;.VPB 2-1 Evens came out on top the combined squadron aver
,
ti with a combined test score average ages were higher than in any pre .i

of 3.189 followed closely by vious quarter here The records
, the VPB 2-1 Odds with 3.183 Lt. also reveal a steady increase in the

S. E Epler, Testing Officer in the P. T averages since the inauguration
I Physical Training and Welfare of the training tests late In I U.S.NAVAL HOSPITALNEWS

kept:, announced last week. 1943.
ON THE SOFTBALL

TEAM has it that again the sail

I Squadron? T. ors stopped the "Gyrenes" with

; the score of 9 to 1. Now only one 1
Physical training. score averages made by student officer pilot ,In the the Hospital Team
s\ April, May, June quarter follow: game separates
SQUADRON SCORESPush from the League Lead and it is
that this next will
hoped
game ,1
Jump Speed Step Navy
.* Squadron Chins up Reach Agility Test Grade wind up like the last, with the .'
fl', VPU 2-1 Even 9.78 3084 2351 30.02 80.11 3.185: team taking the lead and holdingIt
VPB 2-1 Odd 9.63 30.97 23.32 29.97 8060 3.183 t
The last was played in a
VF-OTU game "
:5 .
8 96 30.24 23,24 30.18 80.82 3.10
MF-OTU 897 2954 23. )2 30.41 76.42 302 sprinkling rain, but the attendancewas .
quite large in spite of the rain. ;

Total aieiage 9,37 3040 23.25 XX TiTsT 3.11 Everyone is behind our team, so I.
'
BEST INDIVIDUAL, RECORDS go to it, boys, and chalk up that BRIGADIER FABIO D'E SA EARP," l the Brazilian Air

Push-ups, by First Lieut. J. G. Hammond VF-5. next victory. Force, is shown above, second from left, inspecting the facilities of
Jump nacho 32'{,", by Second Lieu!. A. C. Hcmmerlck, VF-5! Much progress is being made in the NAS Jacksonville visit whichhe
Speed agility, 258 by Second Lieut.. VV. 12.:: DomIna, \F5 the air fa- photographic laboratory during a
.. China. 24, by Ens. H. T. Douglas, VPB. buildlngsof open sports and a number of other Brazilian Air Force officers paid to the
Step test 111. by Fs. W. VPB. cilities near the baseball diamondon station left to
"' E8.o8 last week. Also in the picture are, right: Lt. (Jg)
Highest average, 365, by .a3. Smith, VF5.! the hospital compound. It is Bruce Muir, assistant photographic officer; Ens. Olga Acevedo Wave

STATION INDIVIDUAL- RECORUS felt that the benefits derived by officer assigned to escort the Brazilians about the station, and Col.

Push-ups. 80, Ens. C. E. Goss VPB 2-1. March 1945. patients from this area will be Antonio Alberto Barcellos (face obscured), aide to Brigadier Earp.
Jump reach, 334 second Lieut. J. P. Stodd :MF-4" Jan. '44. great. We are hoping that old .
Speed aslllty, 243,Jn'el R. M. Barber, VPB, Mar '45. man rain will let up soon and let
Chins 40. Ens O. : VPB 2.1, June '44 in a little sunshine around the com
Step ,test, 136, Ens. R. E, Rosebraugh, VK-4, Aug. '44. Salvage FurnaceContinued
It won't interfere with
Highest average 4.01, Ens. O. G. Bell VPB,. Mar. '45. pound so
people who have been ill for a long

time and who want to get benefits From Page One I disposal of this material
Dick Fisher Star Fullback At Ohio from the great open spaces.
To illustrate how benefits
WELCOME TO OUR :NEW the new conservation and salvage may
HOSPITAL PERSONNEL. We is placing emphasis on be derived from more careful
program I

. State, Joins NAS P. T. Department were eight new all happy Corpsmen to see and the eight thirty-new the proper segregation of salvage- Brigleb screening disclosed of waste that and workers trash Ens.at

I _.. .. .. Corps-Waves who reported aboard able material in. order- to. obtain. the Public Works. dump had, during -
flier
looioaii
: nopes lOOk another 18 and 19 July. The Corpsmen just a more interested sales marKet ana || the montn 01 June, salvaged
Newcomer hike upward last week when
completed the two month traJning obtain better monetary returns. 383 cases of Coca-Cola bottles,
Lt Richard Fisher, better knownin course given ,at the USN.H. San However, it must be rememberedthat seven cases of Pepsi-Cola bottles,
the grid world as Fullback Dick Diego, and the eight CorpsWaveshave the primary goal of the pro- 78 cases of R-C Cola bottles 10

Fisher, reported to the NAS Physical just graduated from the six gram Is not monetary returns, but cases of beer bottles, and 6,0001
Training Department after teen weeks the conservation of critical ma- milk bottles.
training course offeredat a
two years of duty in Brazil. the U.SNH. Bethesda. We terials for the war program and Over Million Saved

Fisher will play for the Flier know that our new friends are go- civilian economy. During June aircraft materials. ,
eleven this fall and currently is Ing to like Jacksonville as muchas Extra Saving less engines, totaling $$1,424,403

\. working out in the player: clinic we have.COMPANY. While such activities as the were salvaged for use in other

being held by Coach Jim Tatum at "C" 62ND DIVISION BOQ's, General Mess, Officers' planes. Some of the material was

I the Yorktown-Mustin athletic area. 200th Infantry Training Club, Student Officers' Mess, CI- usable in the condition it was removed -
Fisher was the leading fullbackin Cafeteria and the Naval some needed minor
... I Battalion, from Camp Blanding invited vilian ; repairs

the Big Ten in 1941 when his a group of our Hospital I Hospital were formerly responsibleonly before it could be used. Another
.
driving play for Ohio State's Buck Corps-Waves to their Farewell for the saving of garbage, major item to be salvaged during

eyes wort him all-conference hon- Party, Friday 20 July. Twenty. grease fats, and bones, under the June was lumber-64.S37 board

ors and All-American mention. He five of our Corps-Waves attendedand j new program they are saving also feet.

played three years for the Bucks, had a grand time. The hall waste paper corrugated boxes, A classification table for the
'39 and '40 under the late coach in which the party was held was I bottles, tin cans, broom and mop segregation of salvageable mate-

Francis Schmitt, and his final decorated Mexican style, the long 'handles, burlap sacks, egg crates, rials lists 21 separate groups of

year under Paul Brown, who now table was loaded with hors fruit baskets, bean hampers, and items. Included are:

coaches the Great Lakes Navy d'oeuvres and punch, the orchestra I bruce lugs, said Ens. Brlgleb. His I Iron and steel, aluminum magnesium
J ., eleven. Fisher also won all-Big music was and office will issue bulletins periodically and their alloys, copper I
;.:.";' .' Ten honors in basketball. thing was set for super every to these activities to keep brass, bronze, miscellaneous rub-
He entered the Navy In March, The floor show a grand party. them informed of the latest de- ber (includes all scrap rubber except .

: 1913, and in the fall of that year first class was excellent with velopments In the conservation and I tires and tubes), rubber tires i
starred on the gridiron for the and tap dancing, singing salvage picture. rubber tubes, high tension aircraft i
novelty numbers. When
-r rr "Ad { Iowa Pre-Flight team. Iowa Blanding issues another Invita-Camp I In discussing the sale of sal- Ignition cable, copper wire, manila :
'
A non nine of 11 games' that sea- tion, there will probably be a rush vaged and surplus materials, the cordage, batteries light sheet iron,

.. ,- > son and was rated' the strongest to see who can get to the desk officer pointed out that naval prepared tin cans, wood containers .1
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service eleven In the nation. to sign first. personnel, or other military per- lumber, food garbage, bones,
up
... After 15 months at Iowa PreFlight A DANCE sonnel for that matter, may not green and cooked; shop fats and
WAS HELD
Lt. Dick Fisher, former Ohio as military and physical benefit of for the purchase such materials. Dis- I trim, kitchen oils and grease, paper

State grid star, who recently training officer, Fisher was trans 20 July hospital in the patients on Friday charged veterans, though, are including kraft, waste, and
Joined the Physical Training De ferred to the Naval station at Recite Hall and Recreational given preferential treatment in the corrugated.
partment. Brazil, where he served two was quite successful, due Other non-classified materials

-, -*. BBVJ- years as patrol officer. partly the Air to the excellent playing of PhM2c TV-10)) USNR and JoanneE. being salvaged include silica-gel,

lEAGUE lIe arrived at NAS last week local belles Station Band and to the Little, PhMlc TV-10)) USNR. pliofilm protext-plugs, and plexi
- STATION and currently Is athletic officer for who arrived dressedas MARGARET RICE PhMSc glass. I

- TILTS SCHEDULED"Rain AOO and T-4. Fisher is a native "Bobby Soxers. Much interest (V-10) USNR, who recently left The keynote of the Navy's cur-

Ohioan, coming from Columbiana, was shown by the male personnel our Occupational Therapy Depart- rent conservation and salvage pro

rain, go away"thatcould where he gave his first pigskin who took advantage of the ment, is now stationed at the gram Is saving material for redistribution .
be the theme of the six teamsin performances on the high school good music and pretty girls and USNH, Dublin, Ga. She was mar- among naval activities I'
the Station Baseball League, gridiron. everyone seemed to have a wonder. ried at her home this past week, rather than for sales to outside

none of whom were able to work ---\jij- ful time. It is hoped that more while on a fifteen day leave. contractors, Ens. Brigleb declared..
In a game in the start of the second dances can be arranged soon. -
Fliers Bop Maxwell 3 U. S. O. SHOW. A superlativecast
half last week. to 1
Three tilts are on the card this Continued From rage Six of top notch professional en- COMMERCIAL BULLETINSDeadline
. tAfternoon, starting at '1700. A & tertainers from stage, screen and
twill. meet the Marine Fightersat third on an Infield out, and scoredon radio, gathered by U.S.O. Camp for commercial Item It 0900 Tuevday. Ads are tree and are i 11
from Ho Information commercial -
on
Shows from accepted only Navy personnel or employee
the Mat, VPB and MAD will a Maxwell error on a double all: over the nation, item ran be given out la advance of printing and no housing ads can 1
... clash at NATTC, and Mason Field play attempt.The will bring the gay new variety revue be accepted. All notice pertaining to honking should be phoned to the Jackson ,
will be the Bite of the VF-5 and third was the big inning for "Accent On Fun" to the U. S. *'Hie Room Referral Service at 4-3036. j'

T-4 game.Badiniiiton. both clubs, with the Fliers draw N. H. on Friday 27 July. Lew FOR SALE 1941 DeSotoleepassenger club coupe. ,I
ing the heavier dividends. Walks Hoffman Will present a riotous Household furniture. R. E. New m.n, Deluxe model, fender nklrti, twin foglights -
to AU Anderson and Jack Baer, comedy Juggling act and there will 1'hoMlc, 7905 Paul Jonr drive, lake four new tires, five new tube, I
] EntriesA Williams' infield ) which be well known orrmt, one good; recau. Mileage, 0
roller advanced singers, dancers and fluid drive and over-drive. Call thieflinley I
number of entries have been both runners, and an extremely comediennes on the stage. lre-Hr rollaptlble baby buggv. lit). Kxt. 776: Assembly Ditltloi. (
timely line drive single A GOLD STAR in lieu of second Mr, Plrm..nalihad/ ) Oak Trailer A&K Department.AVANTtU.
tecelved for the badminton singles
"Clutch" tamp, Orange Park.Ilaby --- ,
by Woddail with two Purple Heart Medal was presented
which is to
expected
tournament down provided the Fliers with the by Capt. John J. O'Malley to carriage. Large folding type.
get underway tomorrow. The win- 1'01lul'on'all and eight year old ton
decisive tallies. Edwin Eugene All metal, large rubber tire, adjustable
Mullis Pfc. USM: desire to purchase automobile trans-
will be awarded War
a $25
.
... ner Maxwell blew its big chance In CR, Friday, 20 July. Mullis was backrest shopping compartment portatlon to California TcL Mr, .
Bond rain hood. Wetproof mattrei Excellent :
the third when with 1'Irkel., 4379, City.
one run over presented the
gold star for wounds condition f:IS. Krrgan, I'hone "
Contestants are advised to watch ---
and two ,t'M
men on base Catcher received Z-8111/8.
as result
the Plan of the Day for pairings. John Williams' a of enemy action : Iddle-I 11'1'.1 couple .lll skate *xT"peniic "
single turned
. was in the Asiatic Area, on 8 Complete, 5.14-i'; ; with maUrrk of auto ride to California, Al I
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%!. into a tingling double play. The March, 1945 and vprlngi Like new. Meat be gust 1 to August It. Tel. 2-4W47, 'i; .
NAOTC SOFTBALL Maxwell runner rounding second LT COMOll. LOUIS C. FOS- told at on"e'. jean Marctak, 11IS II.
was caught off the bag by Outfielder LEY (MC USNR Allegheny ltd, or call 887:$. Tannmower.VI1I par cath. Yhoie -
(Re nlf. <. ?l Jnly) Bob Kennedy's throw. ) and Lt. Jack K. Eat 483, It. l. U MeUher.: J
The _
m W I.Lake Goldsby (HC) USN received pro- 1937 I'ackard: M h[ It'da,. Good tire. A
City 4 0 runner on third headed for home : motions this past week. We Kody and engine In excellent condition -
offer
.. Cecil Held 3 1 to give his erring mate a chance Overhauled recently Can be Ride for Inoth.athn to or Beat :
our
NAS JAX 3 1 and both eventually congratulations. seen on ('ommtn ary lot between noon Norman Oklahoma, about 1 Aoguut.
bee Hold 2 3 were trapped DETACHED TillS WEEK and 1700 Friday; 27 July Will help drive and share. cxpenne>> J
Yellow W te> 2 4 and run down. The double play I WERE: Lt. (Jg) Irene Grace Phone if. 'an l>aI Municipal 0 S was scored from Kennedy to De- 410 gauge shot ,aD. Sic: hot bolt 8-J03. ;
----- Mars to Anderson to Baer to'' Rawes (NC) USNR, Lt. (jg) Alma action With four bone of *hell*. --- ) c
RESULTS Gehringer to Anderson. Lee Manson (NC) USNR, Lt. (jg) 'J\). Call Z.86115. after 1HUO. ANTED) Small two *r three room i i
Mayme Evelyn Heissler (NC furnished apartment, preferably in the .
19 July Speedy Bill McCahan Maxwell ) A
rive burner oil stove aid 75 pound "
; Hill Eiyer.ldeseclions.
rdKewood
USNR Murray or
Lake City 8, Yellow Water mound ace who held the Fliers to Lt. (Jg) Seymour KaplanMC V- model Cooler*tor. Moth In excellent Call Irma Julian, Civilian t
Jnx-CVrll Held rain ( ) USNR Lt. (Jg Wallace condition (SO each ZUZ
NAS a lone hit in the first game, was ) K. Hay.. at 38. '
1\of Lee HtlU-Municipal 17 July, rein reached for only four'' singles but Bedell (MC) USNR Jean Ellen view ltd

Yellow Water 2, Lee Field 1 they were enough to hand the Bartlett PhM3c (V-10)) USNR, '1936 lord phaeton convertible. Good ALTf.RATIONSl; Wave, marine,
f Cecil Field Municipal 4 former Wilmington hurler his first Janes Riley Daley PhM3c USNR motor, tire and radio Bee Lt. O. U. and enlisted pemsnnel .niforma. Kx:
.. take SA rain hadwon (BV), Lois C Harrison PhM2c I Allen at NAUN unit, Celll Held,.or at prlt'nt'l'dVIII Rive I prompt Mrvlc,
i I' Lre tponedLgames 4 (replay cl loss of the season McCahnn 4867.Paul tone Sidles, Lake Forest, Mr.. Brown, S5J8-A; Craves GtreoV\
t 9 July) 14 ,in a row up to Tlfes4ay. (V-10) 'USNR, Eleanor (N)' Roe, 4, call Cecil F ten"l.i '74. Dewey "aria ;h
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Eight CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS 26 July, 1945 *


.1- I'' Employees' Association Officers II

Civilian Employees' NewsAddress I .

I
Communications to Editorial Offices

Personnel Relations Office, Bldg. 13, Box 22
Extension 4S3
Telephone I
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The Civilian Employees' News, a two.age'sectlon of the Jax Air i .
News, is devoted to reporting the news Of the Naval Air Station's I
Civilian Employees and is sponsored by the

Employee Association for Civil Service Employees

Officers

William O. Klncaid, President Philip D Myers, Treasurer

Director
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George H. Martin Mell C. Jackson I
Frank H. McKinley Donald A. Wood
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Philip D. Myers Kenneth M. McDuffie q .
Daniel R. Whiddon William O. KincaiJ ..
News Reporting Staff y

Assembly and Repair: 4iFa [1

Head Reporter..............-........_..................Ejileene( Wlllingham it yy"t
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Inspection and Survey:

Head Reporter..............._._....-...-_....._..-.Helen M. Styron .
Public Works Department: M 9 wNtd4 t.A

Head Reporter...._...>_?-_.._.._.-..-..-...Ethel M. Shanahan
Supply Department:

Head Reporter.................."............................................Lola Jones



CIVILIAN OF THE WEEK .


JnlroJuring A Supply Building; "Oltl-l'ifncr"


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ny u I renk illcOaffrey -- '" __ .. .._ w,>* i p.- ,
It U our pleasure to offer as CiVilian .y EMPLOYEES': ASSOCIATION OFFICERS are, top row, left to right W. O. Kincaid, president;
this week a native of North r E. T. Sullivan, secretary, and Philip Myers, treasurer. Bottom row, left to right: K McDuffie (Supply .

Carolina and Virginia. Aubrey ), F. H. McKinley (Public Works), D. A, Woods (Public Works), M C. Jackson (AAR), D. R,
Fair Wilson Jr. was bom In. Char Whiddon (A&R *
lotte, but at the tender age of three
his family moved to Richmond. It -
Employees' Association I IncorporatedUnder .
was move again when his father
started on a job in the Navy Yardin

first Norfolk World at War.the He outset began of the his Laws Of The State Of Florida

schooling in Norfolk but later the
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family moved to Portsmouth wherehe i -- 1 -
attended high school. While INSPECTION DEPT. The Employee Association for

too small for football, he did take Civil Service Employees of the "

part on the baseball and track Naval Air Station, Jacksonville,
teams for which efforts he won his News From Accessories & Structures Divisions Florida
was recently, with the ap- ..
letters. With only four months tog <
'), he left high school to accepta -ny- Ruth l.-;. liaison! f live imaginationAverage proval of Captain A, R. Brady, Incorporated

job as assistant chief usher in "Just Average" amount of ex I Ability plus sound under Florida State .. ...

Loews State Theatre. citement going on in the depart judgment | laws on a nonprofit basis. It was
In May 1930 he began his career i __ ''''aawa ment now. Seems awfully quiet Average Ability.-.plus the desireto originally established by Captain.
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with the Government as a messenger Aubrey' Wilton after the excitement' of the War learn and the will to pay
the A. Gavin on 24 September;. 1943 as
boy and abstract clerk(! in the when Bond Drive is over. Mrs. Helen price of learning: hard
Gently was seriously injured, work I
an unincorporated association.
I
- District Communications Office at Styron, our Group Agent, was
bus last
( struck by a city Februarybut
the Naval Operating Base in Nor- more than pleased with the fine Average Ability-plus the ability I This action, along with the taking

folk During these years of the under is now the excellent recuperating care splendidly of Mrs. I response you inspectors gave, mak- to make the best use of it over of the actual operation of its

depression, transfers and promotions Wilson, in spite of the shortage of Ing possible a goal of more than ;I Average Ability-plus the ability own cafeteria represents a big
were very few and It was nurses and professional help. I twice the quota set for the civiliansin to create your own opportunities step forward in making the Employees
not until 1933: that he received a I As recreation Mr. Wilson likes the department. Besides the without sitting back f Association one of the out.
transfer to the Supply Departmentat I I designated committee members and waiting for them to appear associations J
to bowl and has taken an active as i standing of its kind.
the Naval Air Station in Nor- part on the Plane Equipment team : signed to the task, consisting of I As in the past, all Civil Service .
fotlc\ After receiving this trans : Helen C. Burnette, Sara E. Verner, Average Ability-- plus courage, employees of the Naval Air Station .
here in the Supply Department
fer he soon was promoted to senior I league. He played semi-pro baseball I Patricia Moriarty Nada Bjegovich, I optimism, and faith in your I and NAOTC. Jacksonville, ..

messenger, also doing procure after leaving high school with I Priscilla G, Bowers, and "Youra I fellow men | Florida, are members of the Employees "
ment work. It was not too long in Portsmouth truly." a word of appreciation isI Average Ability-plus a body Association by virtue of
) the New Ghent Sluggers -
before he climbed another step to the I in order for Mrs. Sanchez, kept strong and healthy, a their employment. It will continue
but this for
Storekeeper as Assistant Supervisor ,j i role of, onlooker.gave NATURALLY up I Still, and "Midge" Maher. l\lr'j level head, and a generous to operate as a social club

of the Plane Equipment and he is now one of that great team I II 1 Speaking of "Just Average" heart I and society, to sponsor and hold
Plane inventory Section, where he I.I of grand stand managers. brings to mind a little article that Andrew A. Carlson is out this social events for the interest and
remained until late 1938 when he.I was printed in Mutual Moments I week on leave. lie and Miss Mary benefit of its members There are
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was transfered again to the Salvage I i I V recently. It is most encouraging' H. Whetstone are being married.I I no dues and members are not liable
Division, Class 265 Section I'I to workers and especially those I' Best wishes are extended. to this for any of its debts.

and boosted to Supervisor At this ; Puget Sound who get the feeling they are not lovely couple. I I The Board of Directors and Officers
time, the carriers of 'the fleet were I doing anything outstanding for the I Chief Machinist R. C. Smith is of the Old 'Association t became ..
moving in and out Norfolk and department, or those who, maybe, j back with us after a pleasant ten I'I the Board Members and Offleers .
it kepi Mr. Wilson and his gang I'Navy Yard are not as well qualified as they day leave. Civilians who have I: of the new corporation Tues.

.plenty busy salvaging and replacing -I might be. been out recently vacationing a bit :! day 24 July 1943 when Capt. BradyIn
damaged articles with new are: :Mr John R. Bishop, Machine a brief ceremony formally dissolved
for the This I Ju..t't"rare Shop; :Mary Yuhasz, Ordnance'
parts planes. was Cleans "Attic"The If is the old Association. There
done in addition to keeping all locally I your don't ability about just it. average, Shop, and Helen C. Burnette, from I will be little outward change in
based units A-l conditionas I worry our office. I I
in the Employees Association as the:
Supply Department of the I You can still be more of a'success
far as new parts were concerned I We hear that Joe Hinson, Jr., is Officers and Board members will
Yard did such'a than
Sound
Mr. Wilson was also responsible Puget Navy | many a g is ius getting along swell He is now on continue to represent the same departmental :
good job cleaning their "attic"that | All have to do com'binatlon I
for recommending mate their system is being adopted you pick a the U.S.S. Essex. | groups established in
rial for I for your "average" We welcome the following new
scrapping. I station orders 117.43 and 12.45.
at other Yards. I II
Navy
National Guard TrainingIn : many I ability from the list below. people In our department: Warren I with the next election being held
I Since space is at a premium at Try it. I Williams, Electric Shop Jewel B.
August 1940 he applied for a ; in October 1945 as previously established .
Puget Sound warehouses, Supply Average Ability plus boundless Rose, Ilydraulics Frances L. Blan- .
transfer to Miami but asked that I ; The by-laws:! of the corporation 4
this be held in abeyance until after I Department officers decided to get' energy. I cett, Structures; and Molly S.I I will be a part of a station
rid of Inactive supplies on hand, I Average Ability plus construe Makuc In Ordnance
his return from New York. He I either by substituting then for --- --- .-. ----.- -- Shop, I order soon to be issued by Captain
was a member of the Virginia National Brady regarding the incorporation -
Guard in the 111th Field Artillery I other salvage.material or by selling themas I I Cafeteria To Be Closed of the Employees Association.

and was commanded to accompany The present all important number -
them for maneuvers This From January to April of this one project of the Board of

same outfit has taken part in the 'year this group at Puget Sound I From 28 July To 13 Aug. Directors is the change in the man.
moved 3,832 items worth more
fighting in Europe and some of his agement of the Civilian Cafeteriaand
than $2,000,000, which released its related canteen services
best friends will remain over there. I
Since coming to Jacksonville he more than 20,000: square feet of I The Civilian Cafeteria and can ': (ii) The Navy chow line at the The Cafeteria will be operated -P ,

has taken an active part in the 'I vital storage space. teens will be closed for renovationand General Station Galley, bldg. 913,1 through a cafeteria manager hired
I' The "housecleaners" began work I by and responsible to the Employees
Volunteer Port Force. I (
Security inventory at 1 Saturday will be to civilians from
under the title of Technical Re- p.m. open Association. The present ...,
When he returned from these t
maneuvers in New York, he met I search and Utilization Group. The 28 July 1945. The new' manage 11 a.m, to 1 p.m. Signs will direct I operator will close 28 Ji.ly at 1300. i

Commander Hipp, now Rear Admiral ; Utilization Group then mounted I ment expects to reopen about 13 I you to the proper wing of the I The details of this change are cov

T. Earle Hipp, at that time excess items on display boards and. August 1945: or sooner if possible. galley where civilians will be ered in a separate story on this
in booths where workers
prospective Supply Officer for passing I All civilian emplojecu are urgedto served the regular navy meal at page.
NAS Jacksonville and immediately The Technical Research and arrange to bring their own a nominal cost -Bldg. 913 is: I ------- -_._- --.-

canceled his transfer for Miami I "Put this idle material to work lunches during this period. While directly back of the Station Police : noon meal.
and requested )it for Jacksonville It Is realized that this shut down bldg., south of the Band Shell. I The above eating facilities have
This transfer was approved and he now! the placards erected urged. will inconvenience all employees to ((2)) The canteen facilities of I been arranged for on an emeigen-
The signs
group promoting the Association Public Works, plus a canteen basis and are the only services
reported here in October, 1940, one the and made some degree, Employees cy
of the original fifteen civilians campaign who will now manage the truck, will serve sandwiches and available to feed civilians, except .
liberal of the employee news r
aboard this station. Upon arrival use CafetMJa, feels' that much better milk provided under special arrangements those now in use at NATTCenter,
here he was promoted to Supervisor paper. Everyone at Puget Sound" service, meals and all conditions'In with Ships Service, during this period starting with
of Major and Minor Structural was made "utilization conscious. | general will be greatly improvedby from 11 a.m to 1 p.m. This Can the noon meal" Monday 30 July
The scarcity of wiping rags was teen is located 1915. This
and this change by the Laundry does not affect the:
Plane
Spares Inventory solved by establishing a laundry r I f fII Arrangements have been madeto bldg. back of the Transportationand Ships Service facilities, which will
Section. To that he has donea
commendable say job is II at a cost of $2,500 where salvaged !, provide a limited quantity of garage bldg. and just westof continue their normal operations.No .
proven by recently was In urgent need of sandwiches and milk, plus other the A & R Shops. breakfast will bn served' anti
three additional promotions until ,, metal siding for 50 portable store I food services for those employees Evening': Meal no eating facilities! will b* available -
now he is Storehouse Supervisor, age sheds. Puget Sound had 200.- I who are absolutely dependent upon ((1)) The Navy chow line at :Main from *. p.m. Saturday 2* .
In which capacity he has chargeof 000 pounds of auto body steel. A I the Cafeteria for lunch and supper.It Station galley will be open from July to !Monday noon hour 30 July
nine storage divisions and all deal was made and the steel, In. must be emphasized however 8 p.m, to 9 p.m. with the same when their plant goes into opera
outside storage areas of the Sup active since 1942, was put to that the eating facilities during meal service as for the noon meal. I' tion.

Department.. At the present work. I this period will be inadequate to This galley is located just east of Your complete cooperation will -
time Capt. W L. Patten is Supply Six hundred rolls of 36-inch feed all employees who have been the Ships Service area on Enter be appreciated. This move has
Officer and :Mr Wilson is directly blueprint paper were found to be accustomed to eating ,at the Caf- I prise The A & R lunch periods been made for the ultimate benefit
under Lt. P. S. Tompkins, Store rags are washed and reissued at a I terla and Canteen Facilities.: will be changed accordingly and I of aU civilian employees. Those

house Officer. rate of over $10,000 worth a Captain A. R. Brady has made wit| be, announced by the i of you ,who can,provldo your own
Mr1 Wilson has twp young jngnth.; Scrapped pipe covering arrangements for those! .who find it meat.: d"pat't.'I'I lunches will be. helping ;your fellow ,./
daughters, :Mary Lu: .nlnf teen and boiler Insulation. of asbestos impossible .to bring their Own ((2)) Th@ canteen facilities at workers who cannot bring

months, and Patricia Ann, )elght I formerly thrown away nowp ta lunches during this period starting Publlp" Works, will also be open I theirs :and must eat at the limited
t years old, to make his hojne}. f{eiciest }ground l.fine acid; bagged. o$ FakedInto Monday 30 July 1915. from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m., with ,the |facilities available for this .transi
enjoyable" Path? ,;" blocks for re-use. Noon Meal carne service as announced for the 'I lion[ period.Page .

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r "A AND R ACCESSORIES DIVISIONNen's In Aircraft Assembly I Ij


ami Notes front the Instrument Sio"A" and 7J", Shift


"A" Shift Shop, ia on annual leave. Her son, .- -

By Marjorie 11111 Jimmy, of the famous U. S. Army j

Ye folks, the Accessories Division Tlmberwolves Division has come 5Up
picnic at Goldhead State Park
home from overseas. He was 1
was a great success; worth all
headaches If awarded the Purple Heart for injuries -
the ensuing : any just SALLIES
ask Chief Johnson. sustained while in Germany.This -r J

Last Monday we reluctantlybade is a great union for the
Ed Reldler, AMMIlc, and "
Knapp family."Sandy" .
Chief Hupka farewell. Both had ,
with A & R Stonach has been transferred -
served over two years ,
-" Bob Steffen has been a very to the day shift. The night C
By Flora Iii Funkennteln
,
happy ,.Ilor"ever since his wife gang sure misses you Sandy.
Michael Betty Denton of the Pressure Florence Monroe Follow )
and 21-month old son, arrived ( Up
from Oregon last week. Bob Department has resigned because spent the weekend in Ocala and } f
had been separated from his family of ill health. All Fetty's friends I \. .
for a and a half will miss her. Viorta Cunningham ''I will spend a week in Atlanta, Georgia -
year in Georgia . Motoring to Georgia for
I Is spending a few days
I
A new-comer to the Instrument celebrate her Moth the weekend were Mrs. F.KKle I THESE THREE WOMEN: Alma D, Lane, Edith H. Hodges, and
She is
Shop is G. W. Cox, AMMI Ic. He er's Fiftieth helping Wedding Anniversary, Wilkes (Public Voucher) and her I Maebelle Narramote- (left to right) of the Aircraft Assembly Division
was transferred' from Shop 1021 I I have been selected for recognition due to their remarkable
Have a good time, Viona, and son, Judson Wilkes, Captain US
While the St. Johns
fishingin
attendance record and continued efforts, Edith
MC here leave. production Hodgeswas
don't forget to give our congratulations on They were ac-
J River, Clima Eilszly\ find Mildred one of the first female employees assigned to the sub-assembly
,
::0. too. Marge Sutton, companied by Mr*. Julia Johnson.
Grublch met an aged small fisherman talk our favorite Inspector, has re- We all miss Mr. Francis Gardner division and through the untiring efforts of her and her coworkers,

.. r. .. ,invited who, after them considerable to a Chicken dinner., I signed because of 'ill health. We (Inspection Report) who is on Shop No. 1030 has been meeting a stiff production schedule.

+ Not wishing to injure the old will all miss her and hope her vacation for two weeks. He hopesto

man's feelings the gills acceptedand :: health will improve soon. fish, fish, fish-we hope it won't INSIDE SLXC-
presently found themselves in I Lillian Hastey of the Gyro Shop rain, rain, rain! Also leaving on 1- WORKS

the Moose Home for the Aged-- 1 i spent a few enjoyable days in Donjaldsonville. a fishing trip with her husbandand

dining with 75 elderly gentlemen! Georgia. Even so, bet family, is Edna BruiiHon (Follow ,
Sergeant Marion Lane of the 1 you were glad to get back with the Up). They will visit Crescent I By Ethel M. Shanahan chitect, ), L. C. Toske (Architect),

Rangers has returned after 103 I gang, eh. Lillian ? I Beach and Miami. MM. Until Vacations are in full swing, Your W, Taylor (Mechanic), E. E. Hae-
Johns of the Gyro Room, I fele (Mechanic) and L. K Quinn,
day's internment in a German | Rose i Sparkman (Follow Up) spent a reporter just returned! from one
spent several delightful days with ''week in Brooksvllle visiting; her (Vaults But this serious proceed.
prison; camp. He Is on a bO-day furlough spent in New York City and Newport -
I her husband at Lake Weir where Ings had a humorous twist too, for
son, Doyle, ,
his mother Gladys Island
visiting Rhode so column
I your
... I I they enjoyed boating and fishing I one of the donors is slightly plump
Lane of the Gyro Room. Sergeant Corporal Pat Dougherty brother resumes again, after a little lapse.
You should hear some of those and It took four to finally
punctures -
wounded in the ,
Lane was leg of Oretha Dougherty (StockControl
fish stories! I Arthur Nelson (Structural) left j reach the vein, He was the butt
I
when a bursting shell threw him 15 ) who has been with the
Your Virginia Fraser for Massachusetts and Vermont of much and
his medals three reporter, I joking a jar of pale
feet
Among ate Army Engineers overseas for past
I returned from annual rashly promising to bring back
the has just liquid Was exhibited labeled with
Battle :
Bronze Stars Purple is
months
Heart and the Presidential Cita. leave spent In New York City twenty-six expected I generous samples of real Vermont his name as donor, 1 pint (U S.
tion. He has visited the Instrument I visiting the folks and seeing the home on furlough soon He par- | Maple syrup from the family farm! : Liquid Measure) Jax Blood Bank,
in South Pacific battles
i I had several interesting ticipated H T. Han Records is also
wig
number of times I town. : ( ) Type "X" Red Corpuscle Court-
Shop a
(Page "Fr ankie." shell tell you.) I experiences while there. One of I' Including the liberation of Luzon I joining the trek to the farm movement No trace!! Mrs. Caylor Is improving
j them was winning a cash award Friday a group of girls from having gone to his brothers II nicely now.

"IV Shift of three dollars on the nation-wide Follow Up Section honored Gloria plantation near Montgomery, Alabama Laurie Rosenburg formerly of

(.. ," By Virginia Kramer broadcast over CBS of the "Sing Cunningham from Washington' Uppermost in his mind the Navy hag been discharged and
Along with the Landt Trio" program D. C, and Geneva Chester. whose ,I were thoughts of fried chicken: is now ,a Civilian! again. He returns
Mr. Blitch. our quarter man, And all for guessing the birthday occurred on the same day, sweet corn and buttermilk. I to his old job In the Mail

brought our War Bond Drive to a. name of a song and then singingit with a picnic. The "gang" met at Whomsoever has a farm, in their Room at the Ad Bldg., and will II
complete success by buying a SI00000 over the air! Even managedto Melba ventret't', home in Orange these I <
family counted be
bond. This Is the third days are especially I in back of his old desk by Mon.
get a "plug" for NAS, Jack- Park. Afte.r a delicious lunch was fortunate. Mrs. Estelle day July 24th ,
time he has the bell
having
bought a $1,000.00 rung bond at each of sonville, while Interviewed Then enjoyed and a grand time had by I Hampton brought in some luciouCmelons I Mrs, Louise Abraham (Maintenance i
the two preceding drives. Thanksto Ion to the Chesterfield Supper Club all, they unanimously declared Fri from her Mother's place in ) 'is resigning to accompany
program where (from a front row day the thirteenth their lucky day I South Carolina and positively her husband, who is being trans.1
him and alt of for the
you I I seat, too) I heard Frankie SinatraI I. Also Chicken I \,
and to Jeanette enjoying a Supper makes you drool with talk of coun. ferred to California '
splendid showing
I No girls. I didn't swoon, but I do at Jacksonville Beach the ,
were try ham, fryers, etc. I The station upholstery has
Bailey for her efforts as lepretentative. think he's w onder(ul! Last, but shop
employees from Messenger Section, A short time ago the wife of moved into its new quarters in the I
not least I paid a visit to the Hotel
Welcome to Earl Wesley Ridgell, I Aotsr Roof Garden where the ever- they motored down Friday. Marion Floyd Caylor (Architect) was dangeiously Building 103 addition. Mr King I
So'ott (Teletype Room received I 111 and needed several lis with 1i
I Sic to the Gyro Shop. He comes popular Harry James is playing quite pleased the space
i from sea dyty of 20 months, having Had a nice chat with him and he a beautiful twelve piece set blood transfusions at once, Any i light and storage facilities But
of silver from her husband, Ser- blood taken from the Blood Bank most fact
seen action in Australia, New even promised to send me an autographed important to him, is
. Guinea, Owl Islands, and the Phil- I' photo of himself and band, geant Scott of an Airborne Division must be replaced and several men that he had been able to get some
. I
... )ippines. Glad to have you with usa overseas He purchased it in the Design Section volunteered materials for the work coming
Karl + for her in Belgium immediately Those having the through with the hope of some improvement

The Taylor brothers, of the --- required type being L. Buncy I Ar-- along the fabric line'TerhTracen :
Electrical Department had a visit shameful human and economic

from their young brother the other I waste. You can help prevent a

day, PRC "Ned" Taylor of the a similar waste this year.
U S. Army Infantry Division Only
19 years old. Ned received severeinjuries Take this matter of backing up

while in action on the BC., K. Owens I for example. Most drivers do the ,

Slgfried Line in Germany He Safety is sanity. I large share of backing up in their
has been awarded the Purple Heart
It's common sense at work (In a own driveways
and has been cited a number of
dangerous world It's calm good When drive out of
.M times. He Is stationed at Lawson you your
General Hospital. judgment, thoughtfulness for oth- driveway make sure there is no

Wave Viola Henning, Sic of the ers the Golden Rule one}in the drl\eway.r! : :Teach your
is
In this cartoon
The
chap practicing
Electrical Department, had a surprise I children not to leave toys In the
visit from her brother Harry it In a very real situation. I driveway so they won't be temptedto By Jeanne \\'enelThitty a little." Leila plays beautiful

Gibson! Sic. His ship, just in Many other drivers practice it dart in the path of the car in days has September church music in her spare time

from overseas, put in for repairsat too. Yet last year 27800 persons an attempt to rescue them. Be April, June and November I McCants, Joseph E For four
a local port, hence his visit to were killed and a million injured All of which means that on 30 years an instructor here, first at
Si*. Louis Rinaldi, AMMI Ic has in motor vehicle accidents. A !
June, Edith Katherineever, the AMM School and at the AEM
left us' for awhile to attend the good number of them were workers iW SAFEOFFTHEJOB Chief Clerk's secretary, known to School presently Mr. McCants relaxes

Sperry School in Brooklyn. I! TOOBEFORE her hosts of friends as E-D-K," with spoils Fishing and
Mrs! Louise Knapp; of the Gyro I This toll represents tragic and I
was hacking away at the writing golf are his hobbies "If 1 break
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machine, putting the July civilian 100 I've set the world on fire," he
' YOU roster into shape I said His son is a Chief Radio

SUPPLY INSPECTION I BACK UP With the help of E-D-K and Operator in the Merchant Marine .
"
Michigan gift to NATTC Alvetta OGrady, Margaret Estelle I :

Jiiii/i/ovt't'S/ Rctnvmbcr llttnpv C/iiM/iooa/ ,/ Days I LOOK BACK Kesler (she of the ever-so-many "Stell" is a native.of South Carolina

I different hair-dos, all of them although she came to Jax at

By I'rlstllU O. Bovver* felt like saying "Yes, darn It1! Now SOUND YOUR HORN lovely), Vse took the roster to our the tender age of six months, In
I f I go back to bed!" *uj BACK SLOWLY hearts, Going happily down the I'I Material for almost two years, and
Have you ever thought back star Mr. Kirkland was riding on a I alphabetical list, here is every I secretary to Lt Gresinier, SUH

as you could and rememberedlittle mule when he was a kid, and the tenth NATTCivilian: !I still lists horseback tiding as her

things that you did or happened old thing simply refused to move, Bashure Ola In), from Welfare fa\'ollte sport, although she hasn't
t : to you as a child ? Were : and Recreation, A Jaxon, Olga has
ear so he just jabbed It in its flank gone riding since last year when
they good, bad, or both ? 'i with his jack knife. He claims 8\ 1 r m worked in Welfare two >ears Portrait she broke her back from a fall on

My sisters and I were all torn- that that really got results I studies are her hobby, but all\ horse, Willowy and stately, Stell

toys. from the time that we first Baldwin's wife \vas telling us art work interests her, I goes swimming now',

\ starting walking, It was nothingfor one day how some of the little I Caroccl i, Florence Barber: ANew I ProsperIno, Anna Rose: Ann

us to climb into the tops of tall kids in the neighborhood always Yorker, Florence worked In now at Turret School, is a Penn-,

trees, jump off of the garage roof, come to the window and say I Civil Service there until her sjhanian, Here at the Center five

or walk the picket fence in front : "Louise, can Buster come out and husband was transferred to Jax month, Ann has been
of our house. We got more than play ?" I Now on a leave of absence from stud'lngradio
-
theory for two and has
one spanking for climbing up on I was watching some little boys I the roster in Officers' Records, Flo I a radio operator years license This

tcp of the house and were sent to just the other day while they were I Is expecting a blessed event in the winter she expects to study fin-
bed lots of times without .I The "old fall,
any supper swiping figs! grouch" I L.INN Nwn brM I ther the thl'ol''f radio: and me-
because: we were fighting who owned the tree came out and I 'ewell, Marion Eleanor: Gracious teorologj -

Chief Mach. Richardson, our yelled\ at them, and you should alert for people stepping Into the blonde assistant to Marion 'I
Navy boss, says that one of the have seen those little fellows\ scat I driveway front behind shrubs, I Garrett in Central Files, Marion is Sanders Helen Louise: With
first things he can remember is the ter '! You know, fruit just doesn't buildings or other concealrt ents. from Miami Beach. She has been three jan at NATTC to Tier

time that he cut his head Wide taste much good unless you Study jour own driveway prob at NATTC almost two years, lives credit, Helen is In the AEMs technical

open trying to ride a sled undera swipe It. lem. Backing jour car into the on the base, and claims Files are librarj In fact she, could
and driving out frontwards 1 her hobby, : he called the technical library of
milk wagon one winter. rYes, leaders, most of us certainly garage
V H. Neef's wife, Priscilla, was enjoyed our childhood. Just may be safer than the other way I Hazard, John Elmer: One of our 1 AEM, Originally from Tennessee,
Helen Is
scolding their little son, Jimmy i think back as far as jour reminiscent around.Don't. I very newest employees, John Is the now doing a bang-up job
to enter the traffic bro keeping up with all the technical
mind can travel Remember attempt younger of the vivacious
told him
one day, and "Jimmy, |
thai time jumped off of stream unless you can do so i Nancy who worked last year in memoranda, on Naval aviation
every time I scold you, I get another you
hair" Little Jimmy the garage! ing an umbrella\ asa with safety for yourself and others. I Mimeograph and who could) be seen equipment

looked grey up at his mother and said, I parachute ? Remember all of Remember, cars in the flow of I smiling provocatively\ at you from ; Webb, Margaret Louise: This

"Well, Mother, why Is It that nobody the times you tore jour pants on traffic have the right_of_way I I Drill's Kip Gardners desk John, department's candidate for the
else's mother get grey the fence while climbing over it? vs. an Eagle Scout, is assisting Em cutest trick on wheels, Margaret

hair?" 1 Remember the wonderful feelingof Mie'll Want a house Nest: met Tracy. in the ReproductionShop. came to Jacksonville) from Orlando.

Mr. Cole says that he wishes alls-right-Vkith-the-ViCild as the Jones: "My wife Is never satisfied. She's been with the Central Train-

h* had a nickel for every time 'hid 1 soft summer breeze gently lifts She's always wanting something I I Ketihuin, Leila Virginia: With I Ing Facilities (formerly Visual

son has crept Into his room .. .rlyi' jour hair and encircles your neck Just last week I gave ht'roi three and a half years at NATTC, 1I t Aids and Instructor Training) almost

in the morning especially on Sundays while you hum a gay tune ? Clone a vacuum cleaner." i! in Disbursing, AMM School and a year now. A capable artist,
, when he wanted to sleep. I jour eyes and try visualize oncejagain J Smith: "Well, what does she I now AEM School Leila is a Geor-I Margaret sketches instead of

find whispered, "Daddy. Daddy! these happy Onys. Art-n't want row?" gia-trantplarited-Jaxon. Although, I II doodling but with her personality,

Are you asleep T* Bet Mr Cole I I kids lucky ? | Jones: "A rug." j I I she says she plays the organ "only I she doeen't even: have to do that! j r-

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Ten NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 26 July 1945 ... ..
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Captain Lynch Congratulates Waves SPL4ISHES fROm nATTO f


NA TTCENTERTAINMENT
Capt. J. B. Lynch, Commanding, NATTC, recently returned

to this training center after being on a tour of I WW.-

temporary additional duty in Washington. Reassuming his w'

command here, he took cognizance of the approaching third

anniversary to the Waves and addressed the following congratulatory

message to them: If you should be interested. In a
TO: WAVES, NATechTraCen Gallup Poll on favorite topics of

MOVIE SCHEDULE GREETINGS: conversations among the WAVES, t
As Commanding Officer I desire to congratulateyou the following will be sure to find I
your
TODAY-TWO O'CLOCK COURAGE with Tom Conway; GIRLS Rain while
GIRLS, GIRLS. Comedy; at 1730 and 1930. on the occasion of the third anniversary of the Women's one top places.is dressing for especially personnel Inspections -

SATURDAY-CAPTAIN EDDIE with Fred MacMurray; NEWS; Reserve. You can take pride in the record you have already overseas orders, since .. I

at 1700 and 1930.SUNDAYCAPTAIN:: established in the Navy and look to the future with full assur- I they seem to be pouring In these ..
EDDIE with Fred MacMurray at 1500;
days; new phonograph for the
ance that your contribution to the winning of the war has I
Gardner ISLE OF ROMANCE Travelogue -
JUNIOR MISS with Peggy ; lounges as any passer-by can
; at 1730 and 1930. been, and will be a valuable one.A plainly hear ; the new lounge
MONDAY AND TUESD\Y-THE-HIDDEN EYE with Frances "Well Done" to you is well deserved. furniture which la still being admired

Rafferty and Edward Arnold, THE TREE SURGEON, technical cartoon (S) Joseph B. Lynch, Capt., USNR and heaven help the first
; NEWS; at 1730 and 1930W'EDNEfcDYTHIS I Commanding NATechTraCen person to drop some ink on a favorite
GUN FOR HIRE with Alan Ladd; HUL- chair, and the last-but-not-

LABA LULA cartoon, least, plans for a day's celebrationof ,
( Waves Plan Anniversary Events the WAVES 3rd Anniversary. I,
--I A. Allen, M Donally. A. Faval-
ora, R, Hibbard and M Leanard
Preparing For Third Birthdav have graduated from Dental ..
i school and will soon be leaving for 1

I 1 I Waves at NATTC-will join-others I.-u -- _u_ ----- -- l their new assignments, "Conky"I I
'Leonard just cant wait to returnto
half-way around the globe next Many a man knew their being here t tt
Oklahoma NATTC. that
Monday when they celebrate the t meant he would be "shoving off" I certain
sailor is awaiting! A. Allen
third anniversary of the organization just that much sooner; and the''
I seems<< happy over returning to '
Women's Vol: novelty of so skirted sailors
of the Auxiliary many
Texas, her home is in the Lone
unteer Emergency Service, known at'the Center was impetus enough Star State.
today as just 'Waves," or the !! for the development of every kind I II The cooks and bakers are fudge
Women's Reserve of the U. S. of wolf howl imaginable, Since making ould "the way to a
)v vN Navy. I' then however, the presence of the man's heart is his stomach. have ..
Locally, festivities will begin tomorrow women sailors has become a familiar I anything to do with If While on .
night when Waves sponsorthe part of the daily routine. the subject of cooks and bakers.
Ships Company dance in the I The Waves have fitted into Room 6, what are these "snow w
auditorium where the Rhythm working niches in practically every Jobs"* .
I If Ramblers hill billy band will be I phase of NATTC activities They're The baseball team is beginningto I
: x featured. serving as yeomen, hospital corps- wonder about Florida's famous
I Attention on he third anniversary men and pharmacist's mates cooks I weather. They have made two
will be climaxed Monday and bakers, storekeepers mailmen, trips to the Main Gate on the
when a day full ol t>i>erlal masters-at-arms, and in other billets way to Lee Field only to be '
activities lias been planned. Most to which personnel of seaman turned back because' of rainhow
of these Mill take place In the rate would be assigned. I about swimming next time ...
I afternoon and evening when a While there Isn't a CPO Mary Costello seems to be walk
gala picnic will be staged on the among the Waves aboard NAT ing around in clouds these days, ,
picnic ground in the Housing TC, there are two first!! class she is anticipating a leave in the
Area adjacent to the CTO club. petty offlfll'H.1&'t'1II B. M. near future to visit her fiance.
A picnic Mipuer followed bj l'i+'hantbll. SKIc, had her rate who has just returned from a yearIn
dancing will wind! up the day's when she came aboard and was a German prison camp.
events. During the afternoon assigned to the material department << In case you have noticed the
J'b athletic contest1 and oilier entertainment ; Wave 11J, Scott SpS( ) swing and sway of th/ WAVE barracks
will keep the Wave Ic, earned hers since being here I. as you pass' by drop in
well occupied. and is one of the Wave maI If'n. during visiting hours and hear
Waves at-arms. our new phonograph. Jam es-
have been billeted here I II
since 1 March 1944, although, the I The largest single group of petty sions are held regularly before and
first complement of enlisted personnel officers can be found at presentas after visiting hours; however, jitterbugging -
I did not reach NATTC until third-class yeoman there being will take a back seat J
this week as it will be replaced
last August when reconversion of 16 of these; close behind is the t by"dosado"
"Allamande left" and
I Barracks 51 was completed making I third-class pharmacist's mate, with ,
"grand right and left"; while the .
,
: It suitable for occupancy by 14; and next come the third-class
I WAVES practice going to the
Waves. The first Wave to come storekeepers (disbursing) where .
farm for a bit of square dancingat
aboard Lieut. Marvis I there are nine.
M
was Gil- I "
the "Hayloft Dance, to beheld
Here Monday and Tuesdaj'-Frances Rafferty I lespie, then Lieut. (jg) Marvis MHaiford I While their work day U reasonably 27 July 1945 and the "Anni.
who immediately set herself : long, the Wave find

versary Picnic", 30 July, so grab
SPECIAL EVENTS to the task of working out details I time to take .advantage thevaried your partner and I'll be seeing
of administration, looking to recreational facilities hereat you.
Aboard the early arrival of Unlisted per NATTC. At present thevimroing ---- -- -. ---- -
'MOMHY-BASEBALL GAME. WAYCROSS ARMY. AIR BASE sonnel who would make more men I \ pools beckon the largest .
vs. NATTC at NATTC Diamond; 1700. available for sea duty. I number but archery softball '
. \\EDNEfeU\Y-BASEBALL GAME WELCH HOSPITAL vs. I Early in the summer a dozen anda bowling, golf, volleyball )
NATTC at NATTC Diamond; 1700.TOMORROWFRIDAYSHIP'S. half Wave officers came aboard I movies have their share of de. \SniP'S #.
COMPANY DANCE. Sponsoredby and were enrolled in the Aviation votees.
Waves In celebration of Third Anniversary; featuring Rhythm Ramblers Radio School which has since been I The Waves organization is constantly COMP7AHY
hill billy orchestra. I' transferred to Memphis NATTC. I growing. Their work has \p RO
WAVES Recreation and Athletic Area: Archery equipment avail I The 18 ensigns all qualified in aviation proved sufficiently effective and I
able for men and WAVES. radio and upon completion of helpful so that monthly enlistment
GOLF1.. STATION COURSE. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to their work in the ARM School I quotas have been stepped up. When j
all personnel. Clubs available at gear locker in NATTC Auditorium. I were sent to various NAOTC activities Waves here do their celebrating' \J
GOLF INSTRUCTION for NATTC personnel by R. W. Reynolds Monday, they can do it in the'
SpA)2c.( ) 1300 to 1530 (Special classes for WAVES by appointment). Arrival of the first enlisted knowledge that others of their organization 1
Sign up at ShackSWIMMING I Wave in mid-summer markedthe all over a good part of. In 1930. Ring Magazine rated
DULY. Recreational period for enlisted men their definite beginning of the utilization the western hemisphere-half way "Mickey McGuire" fourth on its
guests wives, and WAVES from 1800 to 2100 at NATTC pool No. 1. of women In suitable job across the Pacific-likewise are'' list of this nation's top fighters
SaturdaysCorecreational period from 0830 to 1200; 1300 to 1700; within the Navy a. far a* cutting birthday cakes with three t tI and that same year he won the
1800 to 2100. Sunday- Co-recreational period from 1200 to 1700; and NATTC was concerned I Impressive candles burning on Jack Dempsey Trophy for being - 1800 to 2100.HOSTESS. I'\| Their coming was significant them. the mid-west middleweight fighter.
HOUSE open daily from 1530: to 2100. Saturdays and Today, "Mickey McGuire," for-
Sundays from 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel and relatives Principals at Barn Dance Tomorrow mer crack welterweight and later
and guests. I j Oklahoma-Texas boxing promoter
NATTC 1.lItR.Uopen daily from 0800 to 2100. is a little heavier 15 years older
HOWLING daily at Ship's Service from 1200 to 2030. and sporting a natty reddish-

Ashore blonde mustache

.\Y-Trip to Silver Springs for all NATTC' personnel and H e's knownto .
guests Tickets $28S round trip. Bus leaves at 0830 from circle out A bI his fellow instructors 1rc -,

side Main Gate Leaves Silver Springs at 1800. Special rates for 1 at the
servicemen and women at Silver Springs. Aircraft TurretSchool
JACKSONVILLE: KEACIIES.-Buses leave at frequent Intervals as ,
from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathingand Bish," but the
other recreation at one of world's finest ocean beaches. Bus Navy payrollslist

fare 25c. I him as For
NAVY MOIIILR'S HOSTEss HOUSE 101 East Church Street rest Ray Bishp .
USO CENTERS at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus
> AOMTlc) ,
Station; Church and Newnan Street; 311 West Duval Street, USO home.townf
,
WOMEN'S DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street, : \ nlf rtf?*ee. f\lr-- a.t e?
CANOEING ISIIING, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San lahoma. '"*, K. BishopA
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on graduate of Oklahoma Military
San Juan, flow Boats- two hours, 50c; canoes--$1.00 per hour; motor Academy "Bish' played center -'
boats$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat.IIORSEB.WK I on their fast football team in
RIDING: l\1.\GSOI.l.\! U;*. San Juan Avenue Above are shown the "Rhythm I addition to performing in the ring.
and Lakeshore Blvd. $1.00 per hour for two hours; $1.50 per one I Ramblers" hill billy dance or- Idly fingering his swabby hat .
hour; groups of eight or ten$1.00 for two hours. HYDE PARK 4i cluster. under the leadership of as he spoke Bish said, "In those ,
STABLES San Juan Avenue $1.00 per hour any time. George II. :Smith; who will playat days there weren't as many rulesto
-- ------- tomorrow
the auditorium football racket
Error Proves Jinx "this is Evelyn Keyes," make no night at the Ship's Company today.the as there are .

mistake of it. dance. sponsored by NATTC
"Why, I never wore a headgear,
Has Plenty of Fans Waves.' At "eft U George Dolce, C
I i Jinx must have her following; even if I did play center That
W'LS Barn Dance! celebrity
Last week the NATTC enter for anonymous letters came in, the who'll call the number for the sort of stuff set our team apart.

tainment column had Jinx plastered telephones clanged, and everyone I "..wln( your |.artners" rounds ofItfillare Today the game's got rules." Every

all over It. very becomingand very emphatically let It be known I dancing body Entering wears headgears.the Navy la N.-

alluring she was, too; but that the picture could be Evelyn Forlorn- -i4-Sailor: Yeah--,-the engagement ember of 1"%. Dish spent :20 j

taking the word of Columbia's own Keyes to "ye editor," but It wouldbe is off, She won't marry Months with CASU t .U'the Pa'
publicity hounds who label the pictures Jinx to the readers all day long.If me ('ilio.a. a orpedoniaa. lAter,
Identifying those In them the fellow or lassie who pasted + Mate: Did you tell her about I after tuaaglag t. ordnance, he .,
the delightful 'cutlines" under the the identifying strip on the back + your 'rich uncle T wa assigned "NATechTraCew
picture as published in the Air for Columbia hadn't crossed us up Sailor: I sure did now she's my fur study at the Aircraft Turret ,
,"News very certainly implied that I we'd feel like apologizing. aunt! I Continued OR rage TwelvePage

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I Waves Making Plans For Anniversary Dance Swimming Pool

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To Be Dedicated

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Tuesday Night

Commissioning ceremonies for
the new indoor 'swimming pool to
:::::tI be operated by NATTC for the
combined personnel of all activities -
at the Naval Air Station will

John take place next Tuesday. Included
in the evening's program will be
.. L As a general both serious and comedy demon
away from the strations of water activities.The .
type of thing
commissioning ceremonieswill
here's one we -
about. Al be brief, followed by the entertainment -
you sign painter I program. Capt. J. B.
*
:A KM Visual % Lynch Commanding NATTC, will
deliver the address
612, had heard
bout a sign A number of high Navy officials
in TT Visual stationed here Nell be among-the
commendable honor guests at the event which
I Znamirowskl 4 will mark an entirely new training

guy was and I phase of activities at this station.
.. that SHE .::1I The pool elaborate as it is, is to
0: a pretty little \ 'be' utilized entirely for training
personality. purposes. Other pools will be
him an given over more to recreation for
The next time the Station personnel.

;rY; in the pay I I Among the guests expected to

JJ "Ducky" I attend the event are Rear Adm.
... .
about the : I
Away
(I Ralph E. Davison, Chief of NAO
.T. "Jzzy" let 'I I'ITC; Capt. A R. Brady, Commanding -
',p In a lengthy
j Naval Air Station and
; Capt.
was he, "Izzy" |,
John> J,
O'Malley,
Commanding,
him, '
,., ,I. why U. S. Naval Hospital.
'. troduction, etc. I
to a WAVE Supervising officers in charge
few feet away, I of the program Tuesday night will
thing in, and I When' Ship's Company personnel gather' tomorrow night In the auditorium for their dance commemorating be Lt. Comdr. W. T. McGuirk, Lt.
this is the third anniversary of the organization of the Woman's Auxiliary Volunteer Emergency Rex Enright, Lt. O. W.' Douglas,
this is "Dickie. I Service, they ran thank this group of Waves for detailed plans which hate been laid. Feature of the and Lt. (jg) A J. Stefanl.
fell like a ton dance! will be the playing by the "Rhythm Ramblers hill billy dance band. Back row j L. R. Schindler, I Those taking part in the pro
mortified, but I MaMSc; B. T. Zermer, MaMSc; L. S. Van Ackooy, SlcY( ) ; D. G. Ludwig, Sic, and B, S. Scott, SpSlc.( ) gram will represent the combined;
out of it. Now, Middle row: M. M. Lamonr, Sic; 1J. DUkard, Sic; M. A. Donnell, Sic; M. B. Bufford, Stc, and A. II. personnel of NAOTC, NAS, and
like a "newsome Kelln, Sic Front row S. E. Weaving, S2e; A. S. Sthumaker, SlcY) ; M. M. Brooks, SpSSc.( ) and NATTC. .
-to l>o to the I M. II. Allen, Slo The program commissioning
golf together -- -- ---- events are designed not only to
----- ----
they' spent the Office Locations I place the swimming pool in actual
.'* just "Dickie and I Turret Student Tells Plenty About I operation but will offer spectators

Undergo ChangesIn I an insight to the training program
A man's bed Naval Areas! I followed In the Navy to give Navy
tuary. As a Warfare In the Pacific Adm. Building: men and women the soundest possible .

Navy. it's training In abandoning ship,
where: h"e- can- ; I Even in the heat of the bombingof .--- ---------. Things are a little different I 1 survival, and flotation.
and mine only." I Japan the Chain of Command relates. "We had three hours to around the Administration Building In addition there will\) be comedy
a man awakens holds forth Edward David Stack. get the bombs ready for the elevators at NATTC this week. relay races, a water ballet, and a .:.
tuary invaded house, AOM2c, recently returned i and at 0500 they were set. Larger quarters have been made 100-yard free style race to estab;
It How. he Is I from 18 months with the Third and It was the first time the Fleet] available for the Officer of the lish-at the outset-the pool rec-
Ing his top." Fifth Fleets in the Pacific is now j bombed Japan and we were all Day's office at the west end of the ord for that event Lt. (jg) Helen"
J a Higdon who attending the Aircraft Turret I pretty shaky. But let me tell you Ad Building, that group having I Perry, Lt (jg) Jack Smith and
wrapped in the ,' School here and he knows theChain this" he says with his delightful taken over the space formerly oc- I Bruce Harlan SpA)3c) will pr*.
for hours, of Command well Brooklyn accent, "Those detonators cupied by the Chief Master-at- I sent an exhibit of diving all teing
"' discover there in I This is the way he interprets It: we set with more' purpose I Arms. The CMAA has moved into i widely recognized in that fit-Id
e side him, a t"I' "We get the word on what kind than any we'd set before, 'cause I the quarters formerly used by the The NATTC Band will play during
fellow. He I of bombs and what fuzes go with this time we were bombing the I American Red Cross and that the evening.
and came out of each bomb from the Ordnance Officer Beepers out of the Jap mainland' agency has moved to the Adminis- Details of the time of the ceremonies -
rocket, bellowing on board; he gets it frQm the itself." tration annex in the office from and program will be announced -
a Brahma steer Air Officer. And the Air Office I "What's my job?" he asked in which the First Lieutenant's De- in morning orders:
he roared, flallin" Air Officer. And response to the question. partment recently moved. -- -- -V*+--
with his fists
*o and soput the Air Officer "Well ordinarily I've got seven I President Theodore Roosevelt
Vack ?" gets told I by" men' and we take the bombs from Guide: We are ::;passing the sent the U. S. Fleet around the.
Buckmaster somebody else. the magazines, set the fuzes ac- largest brewery in the world. world in 1908-1909. Japan was
Then 'I
Stack
-.' ing to the house and the ('ontlnuf'11 on Page Twelve I Sailor: I'm not! among the nations visited.BIRTHDAY.
+ -- ---- --- ---
tome upon a other membersof 1-----
proceeded to his Bomb Assembly
-
what the barracks was ] Crew -4.tJtlPPY\

Higdon. get to work.S .
t a c khouse
I
holds the Asi-
Clyde "the atic Pacific rib-
a.
c.f these pails, bon With six

it almost didn't anything matter I I K. R.:-Stackhonsestars' the- spe

Liberation of, the Philippine
rn or con I
oame.-pio However, ; with two stars, and the .
Defense ribbon. He also
I
. subject in which two Commendations
Captain's
never take the I
... was On board a cruiser converted
a small carrier, Stackhouse a
wan on the
such part of the Navy which in
known to all the "beginning of the End"
Jacksonville is I Japan which started with the
impress his \' of the Marshalls and end .
the boys in with the bombing of the "Pen- 4
couldn't see eye of Japan." And that is
'
As the story story

, -o hot they had "We got out of the sack at 0200
1- der the shower get things going" Stackhouse

Harry Bujak-- I :;; Y. He climbed out of his

_. plenty about his somewhere around 0200 Satur- C'
matter of ..... night, got himself ready and rt
his almost bald \' out to the base. Actually
that which has course, 0300 Saturday night is
these many years. morning, but as far as the m
recently, that, as \' watch list Is concerned, 0300 c )i
is concerned, he is 0300 ,Monday, so poor _
hope. The Patterson had to do the same
all the next To
Mates is being over night. .
the hair on his that he was irked is putting '
mildly The AP School ('xI -
make a good:
the beach" says I a hearty welcome to Lt. c$4 2
I .Conger who came aboard

, Verne 5fcA5 I-OiiiA .5Jl
.
.. old] beach dweller
the beach rl'cent1 Charlie Rotman, Spec. (A) Ic,
engrossed in his out soon. He doesn't know _
the water that he where or when Those _
Ic A's, who have been on '
got all about .. retard. l ea.v o f.Van. AfD'ty; ;
When he and needles so long, learned
water was I week-end that they had made
running boards Yes, there are seven brand
marooned. After ..... Chief Spec. A's on the NATTC
it subsided and We offer our Congrats to e.M 1. '
ging: out. Next ; Did you get a load of
his car on the new quarters the station po- \ '
ful of the tides. are saddled with? Luxurious ....
say the least Charlie Shaw,
Heres.ahe: : best Exec's new yeoman, got off Here', NATTCs birthday card to all Its Waves--and to Naves scattered halfway around the
in a toff, Uro, a flying] M ait. The gills all say globe-a* 'they celebrate their birthday anniversary SO June 1945. The Welfare Department h.*j
(.f the Mt.SfbooJ":; has a good personality ;,and announced ,that It plan to reproduce" the above card, in color, and make them available to, all "''aveal 1
for Ih4fo: ) w" I i ii" eyes. here as 's' souvenir of, their service !h) the Navy. .JI
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M.A.O. I I Survival Training At NA TTC I Public Looks, For Success In Second

o 1

Pro Football! League Says Esquire

mum
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Eventual success of two top professional
: Still SearchingFor I football leagues and a .,.
resulting world series similar to
I the present major league baseball I
By Corp. \\illlnm IM. Johnson More Boxing [ set-up is predicted by the Esquire

This week that busy old bird, the | Sports Poll in the August issue /
i stork, visited "Top" Robertson and I of Esquire magazine.

wife leaving a tiny baby gilt 1st Talent at NATTC Taking cognizance of the foot- -'
Sgt. William II. Robertson came ball war that is brewing betweenthe
into the office a few minutes late More entries were received late established National Profes-
the other morning and told the e last week and early this week in sional Football league and the All. J
news. Congratulations! the second annual NATTC-wide America Conference which is being .
Sgt. Charles V. Murray CMAA, boxing tournament which will be organized, 58 per cent of the pub-
I has had some good duty bases, but staged next month for both novicesand I lic declared there was not room -
' it seems that Charlie liked that experienced fighters. for more than one league at this!!

j Australian duty. When he reportedback Those in charge of the tourna. time, but 97 per cent agreed the
stateside after several ment-In which valuable prizes time would be "ripe" after war.

months in the South Pacific, he will be presented to all finalists I The All America Conference received -
brought back a souvenir of Mel- pointed out this week that most of an 81 per cent vote of con-

bourne, Australia, a former member the entries so far are novices, men fidence as the new league likely
' of the Women's Australian Air .. who will be entering the ring in to gain equal rank with the National
Force, a a his blushing bride. Charlie competition for the first time; and and 96 per cent indicated
can tell some pretty good they believe that this affords a : they want an annual world series r
stories of Action In the South Otto sunivai' "training scenes like this won't be in 6rder much splendid avenue for others to get which would decide the supremacyof !

, Pacific from Guadalcanal up longer at NATTC. When the new swimming pool Is ollt'ned-and their first experience in the professional football.

through the Islands. soon-most survival training and other swimming instruction \\ill squared ring. The money gridiron sport received I
<
Corp. W. R. Stahle 's' pleas for take place at the new, very commodious pool. Shown in the life raftis The entrants are receiving spec- a 91 per cent vote of praisefor
sunburn relief brought forth numerous CSpA( ) James 1C. Sterkel, passing the word to some trainees.! ial boxing instruction by a trio of its integrity, although only
formulas-but to no success, ---------1 seasoned NATTC fighters who have 62 per cent voted that public con-
you've heard of the snake shedding I IRaiders' fidence in the sport now equal
as Air I distinguished themselves for yearsin
his hide. Well!!!!! Rains Hold Up Pair From Here the ring, both as civilians and that enjoyed by baseball.

MTSgt. James S. Shultz became I since becoming attached to Gambling was not overlooked by

all "old salt" this week as he Schedule To Swim In MeetNATTC NATTC. They are CSpA) Al the poll 39 per cent of the
extended his enlistment for an- I Sinibaldi] Charlie Dedman, SpA( ) voters indicated that gambling has
other two years. Oh well, he NATTCAir lIe, and Eddie Barnett, SpAlc.) been a menace to professional foot-
If the rains stop
wouldn like to be a civilian\ anyhow ever will be represented by a CSpA( ) W. n, McLaren also is ball, and 20 per cent believe it
I betcha'. Raiders will still get ni some couple of divers this weekend when taking part in making arrange- has influenced the results, of
baseball Lt. Midge Makeeversaid
lively ,
Sounds like we can hear the this week. the first annual mixed outdoor ments for the tournament. games.

bells tinkling in the near future for Games have been scheduled swimming and diving West championships Palm In addition to special Instruction Other returns were as follows
Herman J. Lyda becausewe are staged at entrants have the The football draft received a vote
Private week after \\ 'k, the men get in under of the AAU. privilege of
Beach
heard all about that diamondhe's a few workouts, but rains settleall The two auspices to enter the 'I spending their regular physical of confidence by a small margin
working for. the baseball arguments before planning training hour at the outdoor box ((52 per cent over 47 per cent) ; a
matches from NATTC' are Lt. (jg)
On a recent furlough PFC Ar- players ever get on the diamond. Helen Perry and Bruce Harlan, ing arena working. out for the ap- little more than half of the voter
thur S. Uailck, became a married Take this week, for instance. proaching fights. Only exception I thought salaries paid pro gridder
man and this week a visitor arrived I There are games-good ones- SpAlc.) to this privilege is at those times are high enough; 62 per cent hint-
In Jax. So I'm sure wewon't scheduled three days, but if they're Although no official entry had when swimming is regularly sched- ed that pro teams show enough ,
been received early this week, Ben college spirit and by a good majority -
see Art around the batiacks played a lot of ball players and
many evenings for awhile. fans will be pleasantly surprised. York, Florida AAU chairman, said uled.The fights will take place three] (76 per cent) there wax
NATTCen's Air Raiders SoftBall Tomorrow, the Air Raiders travelto he expected Jack Kerchner, national nights during the week of 12 Au- agreement that pro football i.< .
AAU titlist now in the service
effort to safeguard
making enough -
Team hasn't been raiding Marianna to meet the Army gust. Preliminary rounds will con-
ball games due to, shall we Air }Field Maybe going to West to be a participant, the Asso- sume the nights of 13 and 15 Au- /: the interests of coll'ge.4The
many ciated Press said in a dispatch. also
I voters predicted (by a
Inclement weatheror in Florida will change the weather gust and the finals will be staged
say entries already received I vote of 52 per cent) the growth ->r
word nearer my vocabulary, luck. Next Monday the strong Among the night of 17 August.
, RAIN. Technical Sergeant Kil- Waycioss Army Air Base comes are those of Ginny Baldwin, state The tournament will serve as minor leagues after the warS

lough, sohrt stop, and Staff Ser here, and next Wednesday NATTC Indoor breast titlist, and Mae War a forerunner to a stepped-up box- 55 <
geant Dan Ferezan, first base, fans will have an opportunity to wick who has twice done the 100- ing program which Lt. William H.
Ties Go To
back-stroke in less than two Seven
the Raiders pitted against yard
have been going on some "wild see Muir, officer-In-charge of boxing,
goose chases". Someday it isn't Welch Hospital.All seconds over the state record. hopes to get started by the end More; All Are In

going to rain and we'll really find this, of course, "depend on ber is this'll show "em!" of summer. Some of the Center's

out if they're as good as the the weather.'i Our raid was thoroughly suc- topnotch fighters have been on Physical Training'There

fellows say they are We hope so. ; cessful, and opened the way for leave, Muir pointed out, and with billed anJ
were more
caps
The two "Muscle-Men" of the the cessation of warmer weather
More About Stackhouse more of the same treatment. fore-in-hand ties floating aroundthe
outfit Judo instructors, Staff Ser- and his bomb every effort will be made to work
'
Stackhouse as-
geant Pete Bellani and Sgt. Jerry Continued from Page Eleven there. up an inclusive schedule with the Physical Training Department
sembly crew went on from
Stahler have been comparing cording to direction, get 'em readyto best boxing service teams in this this week than most specialistsA
to Iwo Jima where they covered ,
( ) and seamen knew what to do
their elevator to the section of the
notes on the ogress of baby go up on the the invasion and stayed until our country.
boys. Pete's boy has been "work flight deck where the ordnance- were secured. From there The Tournament is drawing entries with.
ing out" on the horizontal bar and men load them on the planes." troops from virtually every barracksat Seven first class specialists (A >
they went back to base to take on
Jeiry's boy is giving his old mana "Then, we raise the Lord and stores, ammunition and more NATTC-but more are neededif late last week received promotionsto '
work out on the tumbling mat. start playing pinocle until we get bombs. "Bombs babies the tourney is to get the best chief petty officers and are receiving -
are my ,
So what if they do all this exercising the word to get some more bombs seasoned and potential fightersinto the congratulations of their
in the middle of the night, ready." Stackhouse explains.It the fights. friends and co-workers.
is taken for granted that no
Pete and Jerry can't sleep at That happened one early morn native of Brooklyn even thinks of Here are some of the entries received Here's the group who happily
night/ anyhow! ing at the end of February, this since last week's list was tossed aside jumpers and white .
but
being anywhere permanently
-_ ---w --- J. D. Blank Bks. 17
The bomb published:
year. assembly crew ; caps for the more sedate and com-
Stackhouse has a different idea.
More About Bishop worked three hours to get the he Jack Rowan, Bks. 13; George Mar fortable chiefs' uniform: W. S
the he wantsto
After war, ,
bombs ready, and then when they says tin, Bks. 16; Al Grove Bks. 11; Holman, C. R. Woddail. O. F
Continued from Page TenMliool heard the satisfying "Whirr" of go to Japan and see for himself Fred Gray, Bks. 60; 1<'. Meyers; G. Capps N. L. Lenham, B. B. Feld-

here. the planes taking off, loaded to the I "just how"" much dust his bombs' Mullin, Bks. 17: and Fred Bernard, man, H. T. Amon, and S. R Bax-
kicked
"Under the Navy's lotatkii plan, hilt with the bombs they had made II up. Bks 8.Wife. ley.
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two men from each graduating settled down to -- -- ---
ready, they a gameof ---'-iI ---
lass were selected to be retained pinochle. lie Asked 1-'or It : The new' maid has burnedthe
"I Kindly clergyman in pinching a bacon and eggs darling. ACMM: "why-ren.t you woi king -
as instructors, lush explained Why pinochle] ? Well, Stack-
was one of them in January, when house, if he does say so himself, little boy's knee: "And who has Wouldn't you be satisfied: with a I ?"
my class graduated." 'is a hot player." nice chubby pink legs ?" couple of kisses for breakfast? MECH.: "I didn't see you com

Now in the Turret School elec- The planes were out three hours, Little boy: "Betty Grable." Hubby: Sure, bring her in Ing." ___ ..
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trical phase office, Bishop has and during those three hours the
ompleted working on his own game was cut short. The radios iLL.E.Hubbard'Lt. 1----------

boresightlng adapter. This noteworthy came back to report what the sit- I __ ___ :
invention is designed to re- uation was over there, and again I u S
duce the time of boresighting. the "Chain" told the assembly crew
Blueprints are now being processedand what kind of bombs they wanted

the entire plan will be submit- next trip. r yi
ted to the Bureau of Ordnance They started in again, out of .
hortl>'. the magazines, set the detonators, :
Although the design is wholly get 'em ready for the elevators

original, Bishop is claiming no "My job doesn't end there," Stack- .. .
glory for it "until BuOrd sends it house is ready to point out. "After
back approved or no" we turn the works over to the ord-

In hit spare time, when lie's nancemen, we start prajing We're J
nut working on the blueprint the first ones to cross our fingers
for toe Ixiresighting adapter, 'cause our work is done first."
BNh plays thcss. lie' been The planes, after three hoursof

I |l.iiiig chess for longer than steady bombing, came back, as
he cared at first to admit, but Stackhouse puts it, "to re-port, re-
later he aid it's been one of hit gas and re-load." "Us, we're the rt'-
hubbies for 20 .CUFN. re-load."

Right now, he's got a I evolutionary For two days we bombed Japan
idea, whereby the chess only sixty to one hundred
pawns are ships of our Navy and miles off her precious homeland
the Japanese Navy and he has constructed "You know, it's a funny thing," #
small but correct-in- Stackhouse says "I always 1

every-detail wooden models of carriers thought Brooklyn was the best

destroyers, submarines, bat- place In the world, but after I got
'
tlewagons, cruisers, PT boats, etc. out 'there,' I was sure of it. a
"It might make "a good: Navy "You know, there's nothing better I,. K.: llubhurd of rarmvllle -

game," Bish offered. "It's educa- though, than to know you're "'a., has assumed duties an t. {'
tional as well as relaxing." partly responsible for pushing: I assistantelfare and recreation
At this writing, he has no defi- those dirty Japs around" he wenton. officer at NATTC. Htil>l>ard has ,
nite post-duration plant In his "Sure we work three hours been with the navy for about
spare time, when he isn't workingon straight getting the bombs ready. three and a half years' and commanded -

an invention or building a new It's hot out there In the Pacific, an LCT flotilla at Nor .
ship model l, Bish it learning and twice as hot down in l the magazine I mandy. Upon returning; to this .
country Lt. Ilubbartl, who in tlviliuu > .
Spanish But it's a good /sweat you
"Could be I'll wind up in South work up--like the sweat you get life. had hi* own orchestra' # (- ..,'A.,,. ..... :. rc :\vt .
In and around Virginia and .:# ,. fI
from the
America, he smilesJapan watching Dodgers play \ > ,..
It's worth it' I lost two pounds North C'arollnii: attended the '#" >.$\,' J" :
"
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annexed Korea in J 1910 that day sweating But you go Army Stoollor! l'er'tonn.-Il'lt'r\ I 1,... .. .... .... \j o. !\>iiI< ""':t tI -

ftien the Yi dynasty which had >'m and on, and you lose track of iced at Lexington, Virginia, prior "I luiow I'm two seconds late, but couHn't.I' ge\'ail trni
,
ruled Korei Mr ROO year'' e.'- .<** i I the itombs, you lose track of how to reporting at NATpchTraOn, I to cat, oven if I huv another WaiOJorui r', & ". P' *
Jvfore .J'n; .
all
OI""V'l1t ; you rennm '
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