Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 9, 1945
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Russia'? mighty military forces went to war Foreign Commissar Molotov of the Russians eluded:

:x' against Japan at 5 P. M. (EWT) Wednesday pointed out that Japan rejected the Potsdam ultimatum "In view of the above, the Soviet government

:f .' ;.v\ thus adding to the atomic bomb another mighty of July 26, demanding Japanese surren- declared that from tomorrow, that is from August

I .;... pincer in the nutcracker which is closing inevitably der, and thus Japan's request for mediation (madeto 9, the Soviet government will consider itself .,1'

l t" against the enemy in the Pacific. the Russians) "loses7 all basis." I to be at war with Japan."

f"' The announcement was made by President Tracing the background of the Potsdam con- President Truman will speak to the nation over r

r. Truman at the White House in Washingtonwhen ference, the ultimatum by the United States, the radio tonight at 10 P. 31. (EWT) when it i i4 t

i, ". he declared, with a grin, to a group of assembled Great Britain and China, the Japanese rejection, expected that he may throw additional light on a :

newspapermen, that "Russia has! just declared plus an appeal to the Soviet Union by the three move which brought Russia into the war a few-

w war on Japan. powers to join in the conflict and save lives and short months after the conclusion of the conflict

\. "That is all." suffering, Commissar Molotov's statement con- with Germany.rnnFiJufs.


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VOL. 3, No. 22 9 August, 1945
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Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Command


..'t USS Hornet ,Forced Home NATOC Chief

I Gets Award For

By Typhoon Not JapsWhat Pacific DutyRear

the Japs couldn't do, the Admiral Ralph E. Daviaon,
weather did-force the mighty Chief of Naval Air Operational
USS Hornet to retire from the I New Atomic Training, with headquarters at the
battle area and head for home. Jacksonville Naval Air Station,
In 14 months of action, the big Bomb Startles has been awarded a Gold Star in
Essex Class carrier cut a twisting, lieu of a second DistinguishedService
150,000-mile swath of destruction Medal, according to a recent -

through the Pacific, leaving about The World( __ ment.Navy Department announce-
1,270,000 tons of enemy shippingsunk
or damaged, and 1,410 ruined x M Text of the citation accompanying -
One subject has been uppermost r
.enemy planes in her wake,. And the the award reads:
Nips never touched her. in the minds of people everywherethese j ; "For exceptionally meritorious
The Hornet-eighth of her name past three days-the atomic service to the Government of the
In the history of the Navy, and bomb. United States in a duty of great
named particularly for the ship Ever since President Tr man's I $ : responsibility as Commander of a
from which General Jimmy Doolit- announcement Monday that we had Task Group operating against ene-
tie launched the initial Tokyo Awg my Japanese forces in the forward
dropped one bomb on Hiroshima
bombing raid-came home for an areas of the Pacific from February
overhaul, to repair typhoon dam- which was the equivalent of 50,000 10 to March 21, 1945. A cour-
age, and to give her 2,500 weary tons of TNT, it has been the prin- ageous and daring leader Rear
crew members a rest. She had cipal topic of conversation, and Admiral Davison gallantly led his .
r ... been through one typhoon down in NAS Jacksonville is no exception.Free command in vigorous support of
the Philippines, but it didn't compare rein has been given to s the landing operation at Iwo Jima
I to the one that caught her speculation: How much would it and participated in the first car-
150 miles east of Okinawa on 5 shorten the war, would It cause rier attacks on the Japanese home-
land, the units of hU
June immediate capitulation, what are deploying
Flight Deck :Folded the possible consequences to civilization Jf r Admiral Uaip'h i'E. ""Iavison '- -- Task Group for maximum combat
Heaving, tossing, and pitchinglike ? Now that the atom has efficiency and inflicting heavy
mad, the 27,000-ton flattopwas bee smashed and an incredibly Rear Admiral Ralph Davison, USN heavy installations.damage on hostile airfieldsand
bounced around like a chip by powerful explosive agent perfected, Chief of Naval Air Operational Training Command
the raging gale. Suddenly her bow what does it mean to the war and Kept Franklin Going
.: rose atop a tremendous wave and to the peace to come? Naval Air Station "When his flagship, the USS
crashed downward with such force The new bomb is cloaked in Jacksonville, Florida) FRANKLIN, suffered extensiveand
that the forward cot'ners of the secrecy, but it is understood to be crippling damage under Japanese
flight deck folded down along her dropped by parachute and explodesIn My Dear Admiral Davison: aerial attack while standing
for further offensive action following
sides. After that the engines were I by
the air before striking the
War Bond Drh'ewas
The recent Independence Day
the strikes
and the drifted before against Kyushuand
stopped ship ground. To get an idea of its terrifying
the wind like a sailboat. power, it has the explosive the most successful to date. Naval Air Station, Honshu on March 18 and 19,
The next morning the Hornet, power of a fleet of 2,000 Super- Jacksonville and Auxiliary Fields took second place Rear Admiral Davison carried on
with consistent determination and
unable to launch her planes in the forts, each carrying ten tons of among all Aeronautical activities through the sale of aggressiveness, maintaining
normal manner, backed into bombs. $1,129,233 in bonds. This reflects careful planning and tions despite the numerous casual-opera-
wind In order to get search planes Germany Came Close sound management plus much work, on the part of ties in his staff and flag allow-
off the deck. They aided in reassembling the atom the heart of
Smashing ,
ance and, although forced to effecta
Officers and War Bond Officers.I .
the task force, returnedto various Commanding
matter, has been the aim of scientists transfer to another warship,
the ship, and, at last, the Hornet for years. It was stated that congratulate you, your War Bond Officers and rendered distinctive and valiant
retired from the battle area. America sank two billion dollars I Workers, and all who have made this impressive record service throughout the desperate
She had worked hard. As part into the project which has ended in possible. struggle to save the FRANKLIN.
of famed'Task Force 58, and flag the successful harnessing of atomic I "His
ship of Rear Admiral J. J. Clark, energy. The Germans, it was revealed Cordially yours, outstanding professionalskill
John I.. Sullivan. fearless initiative and inspir-
known affectionately throughoutthe came very close to discover. L- __ : devotion to
ing in
fleet _ duty the face of
as the gallant
ing the secret, but were preventedfrom intense contributing
carrier hammered the Japs in possible success by the end of were
DecorationsAt factors in the of
15 Receive success our
every major action from the
the European war. carrier forces and reflect the highest -
March, 1944 strikes
on the Palau
The smashing of the atom opens credit upon Rear Admiral Da-
Islands, .through the Okinawa opaerations. entirely new vistas and horizonsfor Inspection Ceremony vison, his command and the United
She's had three
skippers, mankind. It ushers in an age States Naval Service."
three air groups and which will make all man's
I The Distinguished Service Medal
.took a 120-knot sink a battleship.and But it pf physical energy seem clumsyand Fifteen officers and men now on duty here were decorated and the Legion of Merit have previously -

wave to gale send her a back mountainous to primitive. It can change the I by Captain A. R. Brady, commanding officer, during inspection been awarded Rear Admiral
the State. I whole course of civilization, and ceremonies Saturday morning I Davison, and for services before
I can mean the dawn of an era of World War II he was awarded
Here are some Highlight of the highlights .. lasting peace or the destruction of Six Marine officers, six naval reserve officers and three a Letter of Commendation..

of her 18-month career: the world. enlisted men stepped up to receive awards for gallantry in I -"-i I -- ---
,' u -- I --
x She struck the first
blow for action against the enemy.
Continued on Page Three I I
The Station SceneMedal Fio Rito Plays
II's Top award of the day area.

Air N.ewsEditor recipient much more nervous to Major Grant W. Metzger, Gold Stars in lieu of a second
at facing the decoration USMCR, who received the Air Medal were presented to Lt. Here SaturdayThe
DetachedLt. ceremony at Saturday morning Cross (jg) George D. Makibbin USNR,
inspection than he was when wining ,.- Distinguished Flying First Lt. Samuel P. Marshall, time-2030. The tliy: -
(jg) Oliver H. Townsend, ( the medal surrounded by Jap for "extraordinary achievement I USMCR. Firt Lt. Robert J. Mon- Saturday 11 August. The pIM
USNR, editor of the Jax Air flak'a while participating in teith, USMCR and Second Lt. Malnside Auditorium. The event
News, has been detached for a aerial flights as commanding John Morgan, USMCR. -Crew's Dance. The bandTedFio
special temporary duty reporting Sailor ruefully surveying himself leader of Air Medals were awarded to Rito! !
officer and flight a
assignment in the Pacific area for in reflection of glass door and murmuring Lt. (jg) Blrton E. McMullen, Welfare has scored again in
the newly-organized Radio Pro- fn bewildered tone, "Yitp, Marine fighting squadron on USNR, Lt. (jg) Erwin L. Penner, bringing here this ever-popular orchestra -
duction Unit, Hollywood,. Cal. Un- they Just musta given me Wave strikes against enemy held USNR. Lt. (Jg) Dow E. Welch I The name Ted Fio Rito
til a relief reports aboard, Lt, L. dungarees 1.bases in the Marshall Islands USNR. and First Lt. Charles It.I has been synonymous with smooth,
J. Anderson (W) USNR, will serve ? I Schwarz. USMCR. Lt. (jg) Frederick danceable rhythm for years. He
as acting editor. Hot rhythm on the shoe shine J. T. Stock, USNR received I has scored smash hits at such famous .
S Before taking over as editor of stand in front of Ships Service.! The Gold Star, In lieu of a the Purple Heart for wounds sus- night spots as Ben Marden's
o. the Air' News several months right foot taps it out and left foot fourth Air Medal was presentedto tained while on active flight duty I Riviera and Roseland Ballroom In
ago, Lt. (jg) Townsend handled gets the slap, slap, swish of the Lt. Robert F. Mall, USNR, for with Composite Squadron Eigh- New York, the Cocoanut Grove of
newspaper publicity and magazine polishing rag, all in time to the meritorious service as a fighter ty-Seven. I Los Angeles' Hotel Ambassador,
releases for the station's Public latest boogie-woogie from the eternally pilot in strikes against the Tokyo The Presidential Unit Cita- the Trocadero in Hollywood and
Information Qfflce. audible juke boy Bay area. tions and ribbons were awardedto the Blackhawk and Edge water
Lt. Anderson, Public Information. y First Lt. Merrill E. Svrensen' Charlie W. Nichols, AMMlc, Beach Hotel In Chicago.
Officer for WAVES, was edi- CPO Club Meeting USMCR, was awarded a Gold USN Clifford Forbes, AMMlc, Ted's band has been a hit on the
tor of the station publication at Regular monthly meeting of the Star in lieu of a third Air Medal USNR, and James N Howard, air waves, too. They have been
NAS, Minneapolis, before reportIng CPO Club will bo held on Monday, for outstanding performance of AMM1c, USN, for outstanding per. featured on the Lucky Strike program
here for duty In December, 20 August 1945, at 2000. All members duty in the Northern Solomon formance In action against the Coca-Cola Spotlight Bands,
1014> are urged to attend. enemy as members of Patrol I Bombing Squadron Thirty-Three. Continued .on Pare ThreaI


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JAX AIR NEWS 9 August, 1945,

I I Crews Getting the "Know-How" I
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ENS. ELEANOR: BAIKD : : :' : .,. .: t'
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MORE TITAN 600 PATIENTS ">, 1f \., i "i
at the Naval Hospital now hear I G ;; ,:\ "::1'." ,' <..." :
"This Is WESC your Educational ''h .t 2@&, '. ", ." (
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ef\'lces'Station many times aday 4 '> i. I

from headphones at their bed- -- --- .-...---.....- --..- .-.- --.. .....,.., ,,,,,,,,_ --.,__ _,__m__ i
Rides. The headphone system was .
built for the entertainment and

education: of the patients entirely .

from salvaged, surveyed, obsoleteor -
surplus materials at no cost to :
the government. The phones tw.a ..r -. _
themselves are aircraft types and .. '
.. .

were patients repaired who and found overhauled the work by : k < : :; '
'- '
pleasant and interesting.Designed ... .I'
'... i' K rJ
originally as a rehabili- 54' : ; fiF. .;t, ,. .. .
tation project, the greater part of < ..
the work was done by bed and ... i, : :. :" :r< :. ; ,' ,,,;.tit'f, ay" k! ,v. R :... '...--'. r'' .ss t E,;R. .'t.*..).,i., "' < ...... .
under the s# or .' .. ambulatory patients kt' ,, ."tm, I. : :: .#- < < 'to t, :
of Ens. C. Bice, -- "'".,, .. ,. ,. 'l ."
capable guidance ,, t<." "'" + :\ li 'k1t< t < x.. DL( ) USNR, former instructor at : i : ': ';"' ''';: + > > !
: ': \ 17" \ .,-. ,, .. 'f''r
the University of Wisconsin. Mr. .."." > ... :!l .: '"":!t ... -4W''t. < ,..,, ., :.''- 1.".'" < "r ,I/:. >, Y4j'i.
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.J. -
Bice found the engineering aspects : ; 10\, A} '\ :t e..;.... .. .
t,f the project were considerably <'v ; :;,* : ;.'c"L9 :
*) Ifi. ,.lit
complicated by the scarcity of cer- """ "" Of "> ,.,1r.!: :&'.!\ : .._ --4"t <;;.
< ; .;f'r<'" q; *' >> <11r'7J\', 10. 10- : P
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tain kinds of equipment usually believed .If: :";"' 1t< ."" fi (.. "" '.. ".. .,
necessary in the operation of

systems; as large as this. Because i i

only materials which were available ; kCif naft'
without cost could be used,
some of the devices in connectionwith +

the system more nearly resemble
the products of Rube Goldberg -

than radio station equipment ,
but, the quality of reproduction Is

good and the programs are loud I, .
and clear as they reach the pati j /

ents. The automatic "robot"01.. 1 Y .A + -;&_ 1
e r
level i w ., rrum
ume Indicator, for example, is
made from part of an aircraft ''"' ee'wl.x

transmitter and is powered by 'I J

"walkie-talkie" batteries, while the
heart of the remote control system
ylut .
is a converted part of a pin-ball II

machine. ,

WESC boasts a control-room-I
studio made from a converted I L

gear-locker in a centrally-located

ward. From this room the pro- I s
grams are sent out over wires to

a system of plugs installed in the

bulkheads near the l beds of the pa-j rr

tients. All patients on the wards* -- ... ,.. -. ".- -. ,

having: the installation may plug CREWMEN UNDERGOING OPERATIONAL TRAINING at other pulls on the bowline, members of the crew pile out of tbe

into THE the line at will. \TB2No. 1 are now learning techniques of secret landings and in- raft. Middle right. .Slowly and quietly, the men swarm over a
BEST RADIO I'KOC.KAMS bulkhead and inch ahead along the ground. Lower left .Making
are carried on the line filtration in enemy territory to equip them for such an emergencyin
their way through the brush, the group carries an injured buddy
When two very good programs are the event their PBY is forced down at sea off some Jap-held on an improvised stretcher. Lower right__Perfectly concealed, the

on the air at the same time one island. In the photo at the upper left, students blacken their faces I crew nears its objective unseen by alerted sentries. These raids are

Is sent out on the line while a with burnt cork prior to a practice run. Upper right_Two crewmen I conducted at night, but because so popping flashbulb would give

recording machine In the control in the water make ready to pull the rubber life raft ashoreas away the positions of the infiltrating\ crews, these pictures were
room records the other program to others silently paddle. Middle left. As one scouts ahead, and an- taken In daylight.Infiltration.
be played back at a later time. Recordings .. ---- -- --
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may also be played over Pacific. He Is ,
now on thirty days

are the system played daily.and request In addition programs to ,leave. I SecNav Asks Cut Training Here Gives

this Lt. (jg) Roberta A. Minor (NC)
pinball-m portable: chine amplifier part) enables(plus I a USN and First Lt. Robert Harris On TAD TravelTo

WESC to bring to it's enthusi- USMCR were married in the Pro- Crews The 'Word On Avoiding Capture

astic listeners USO Shows testant Chapel, Main Side, Satur-
and day 4 August. Lt. (jg) Doris help relieve pressure on overloaded -
ether special-events taking place the Hy Arthur: Greene, Y2c
Peterson NC USNR maid of transportation facilities
( ) was
in the or near wards connected with honor and First Lt. Chester Tomish Secretary of the Navy this week Twilight was fast fading into night, and the last streaksof
system.At forbade the issuance of temporary light disappearing from the horizon
USMCR acted as best man. The were far to the west;*

expanded present to reach the system is being ) newly-weds had two days free time additional duty orders unless the The tiny lift raft, a minute speck in the vast expanse of water
more such
patients. matter involved is urgency
A staff of radio-minded patients following their marriage and enjoyed I that it cannot be handled by despatch bobbed up and down on the waves. Everywhere was a a

serve as operators, and Educational Nancy a short Kalberer honeymoon HA 1/c trip.(V-10)) telephone or mail without hushed silence, broken only by the lapping of the >r.4IW!

Services expects to offer instruc USNR and John Lyles Jones AM detriment to the war effort. The against the raft's rubber sides and the occasional screech of
tion In I
radio broadcasting for hos- official directive also prohibitedthe
pital 2/c USNR were married Wednes- a bird. With deliberate strokes the men paddled noiselessly
patients in the near future. scheduling of Navy group
day, 25 July at the home of the toward the dark outlines
of what
BERTRU3I; F. DVCL'S II lIe I meetings unless absolutely neces- seemed to be>( land. By;
bride in Pittsburgh, Pa. The
IJSNR was awarded a letter of sary. : now the sky was inky! black.
Commendation bride and groom are still on leave, I _._
and Commendation --- --- After endless ,
a seemingly
but we expect the bride back in -
Ribbon by Capt. J. J. O'Malley, 30, the Welfare and Recreation Office I I time, the raft.scraped bottom. nean theater helping downed air-
July. The Commendation was 30 Gallons of Gas men back to American
lines The
, awarded for In sometime soon. i Yes, it was land-quiet, dark,
, efficiency making .I
syllabus was worked out to
boiler repairs aboard the USS For all those people who think forbidding. Back from the pro-
% 'For DischargeesEffective vide all instruct n In a single day
Guadalcanal. that women can't keep a secret, I
narrow beach, tall trees and as part of survivM training after
LT. LUCIAN A. IIEBERT we would like to announce that 3 August, 1915, mili- tangled undergrowth loomedup Lt. Comdr. French Gray, then of-
(ChC) t'SNR is the Eleanor Rose PhM 2/c (T) USNR
new Catholic separating
tary personnel ficer-in-charge of Ground Training
Chaplain at the was married while on leave from in silhouette. Silently, the
hospital who reported the service are entitled to a maxi- of VPB2-1 decided that experi-
this past week to carry on this station the first part of mum of 30 gallons of gasoline to raft was lifted and carried to mental classes had proved success-

the work of Lt. P. A. Lloyd (ChC) July. Her marriage was not I aid in making the transition backto the brush where it was carefully ful. Since the first organized class

USN. Chaplain Hebert just returned known until she wrote some of her I civilian\ life, Secretary Forres- hidden. Conversing in went through the course on 10

from twenty-one months friends, after she reported at her tal announced last week, quotingan hushed June, it has become mandatory for
tones the
I discussed
duty In the Pacific, seven months new station, Parris Island. I amendment to OPA ration reg- men every class undergoing operational
eif which were spent in Leyte DETACHED; : THIS \\KFM are ulations. I a plan of action. Then training at the squadron. Both
Philippine Is. Lt. (jg) Francis! C. Jackson (MC) ,
they began to inland.The Lt. Comdr.
I Commissioned and wararnt .officers move J. L. Ileizer, new squad.
Lt. Hubert N. Jones (MC USNR USNR, Lt. (jg) Alpheus T, Ken- ron C. O.
and Lt.
of the Navy, :Marine Corps scene some remote Pacific J. T. Gardner,
reported aboard this past week nedy (MC) USNR, Lt. (jg) RobertJ. I new Ground
and has been assigned in the X-ray Brown (MC) USNR, Lt. (jg) and Coast Guard may obtain their isle ? A plane forced down at sea? highly enthusiastic Training Officer, are
the train-
local OPA over
Department. Ben B. Johnson (MC) USNR, Lt. gasoline rations No! The water- the St Johns .

WEDDINGS: I P. A. Lloyd (ChC) USN Lt. (jg) boards on presentation of the original River. The beach-.NAS Jackson-I Ing.The
of their orders to inactive ville. Just rehearsal training designed to
copy a
Clara Lee INC USN.
Lt. (Jg) Arlene L. Nadeau (NC Lampp ( ) Lt.
USNR and Lt. Genevieve T. Tholey (NC) USN duty. Enlisted personnelmay someday might be the real thinga make trained scouts or infiltration
(jg) Vincent J.
Esart, Jr. USNR proceeded on final leave. get gas by showing the local forced landing off the shore of personnel out of the men. That'sthe
were married
In ration boards their discharge pa some enemy-held island. job of the amphibious forces.
Tooke PhM
the Beverly 2/c (V-10))
Catholic Chapel, Main Side, But
each it does to each
In applicant attempt equip
Friday 27 July. Ens. Maureen USNR, who recently was trans- per I Started By Lt. Johnson I
must present the mileage rationing crew member with the basic
Sheehan NC USNR ferred to Ashville has been ac- This complete in every detail
( ) was maid of
he knowledge that Is for Iris
record of the car required
honor and Ens. Richard O'Connor c e p t e d for Officers Training proposesto practice is just one step in an infiltration own and survivalif

USNR acted as best man. Mr. School. use. ... training course which ; forced safety to travel personal in enemy-held
---- -": -
Esart recently returned to the ---r- I was started here this spring by Lt. ,
I territory or make a raft, landing
United States, following eighteen The Germans--In\'ad d Russiaon The Hawaiian Islands became Louis E. Johnson who only recently '

months of sea duty, In the South 22 June, 1941. U. S.. territory In' 1898. had been in the .Mediterra Continued on Page Sevenr


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9 August, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three

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New Wave Chief 1 Red Cross Navy Increasing .. ."
Navy Cites Tokyo
( Needs Help Scientific ResearchRear

Rose for Program Mrs. A. R. Brady, .Chairman Admiral Harold G. Brown,
of the NAS Red Cross Chapterhas Chief of Research and Inventions,

Y I Department, through issued an urgent appeal to this week announced formation of
I The Navy
wives for aid in
I Captain T J, O'Brien, Director of Navy making four new scientific divisions at the
Welfare, this week cited Tokyo surgical dressings. Naval Research Laboratory, Officeof
The quota assined to this station Research and Inventions in
Rose of Radio Tokyo for a
ous service "meritorl'l by National Headquartersis move to strengthen research for
to the morale of United States 300,000 bandages, wanted atonce' the naval organization.
k I for shipment to the Pacific
armed services In the Pacific, and '
'The new Naval Research La-
TIIINKIN' OUT LOUD to "broadcastsoon Many former helpers
I her permission
boratory divisions will be
gave have been organ-
detached, and new
The Waves in the parachute to the United States Army of ized along lines found esnsential
loft work with amazing ease and I Occupation in Japan and to the members are wanted imme as a result of war experience," Admiral -
turn out a prodigious amount of ships of the United States Fleet at diately. Bowen pointed out. "They

work while keeping up a pleasant, j anchor in Yokohama Bay, the Staff will facilitate bringing top flight
ambling sort of atmosphere j history-making scene of Admiral College I technical talent into closer contact
guess the airy brightness of the I Halsey riding the Japanese Emperor's Courses Offered with Fleet operating and maintenance -

loft itself kinda gives them the I white horse through the Applications are wanted from problems. To implement thJs

inspiration to begin with and streets of Tokyo." captains and commanders of the I contact, the Laboratory has already -
no matter who answers the phone I The "citation" was recorded by ,I Regular Navy line and Supply I set up a Fleet section in the

down there, yo\j jlways get a'' Captain O'Brien for broadcast" over I Corps for a six-month course of field on which it is planned to have
cheerful answer "I "The Navy Reporter, radio program I instruction at the Army-Navy representative scientists from all '
Hear tell another bigger and ', which is shoit-waved to all Staff College commencing 3 October the principal divisions"

better aquacade is being planned !' personnel beyond the continental 1915, it was announced officially i
since the one given at the open- limits. this week. I
ing of the new indoor pool was such I "These broadcasts," the citation I i The course prepares studentsfor NEW STRINGING SERVICE

a tremendous hit many, many :, went on, "have reminded all our i Command or staff duty In uni- Tennis, squash and badminton
GLADYS RITA LUNTZ, of would-be spectators who arrivedat men of the things they are fighting fied or coordinated commands and raquets can now be repaired at
the Naval Hospital staff, is the last minute were surprised I for, which are the things I ,covers 'various phases of Army, Ship's Service. $6 for full stringingof
sporting a brand new Insigniaon to find that they couldn't get in. America has given them. And I Air Force, Navy Amphibious, and tennis raquets, $3.95 for squashand
her sleeve these days, the Lt (jg) Perry's diving was den. I they have inspired them to a greater joint operations. Applicationsshould $3,30 for badminton. Orange

only one In the lax: service areas nitely in the super-class; no won determination than ever to get reach BuPers by 15 Augustthe gut is used for tennis and squash
der she wins the war over quickly, which ex-
and probably one of the very medals every time I announcement stated. raquets and white for badminton.
few in the entire Waves' his- she dashes off to compete InI plains why they are now driving -

tory, Meet Chief Pharmacist'sMate swimming meets! The perfect onward to Tokyo itself, so that Lt. Comdr. Pu""lm-e; Leaves =: _

'( Luntz! Chief Luntz joined body control in her half-twist dive soon they will be able" to thank ________
is something to make in Tokyo Rose in person. |
the Navy in December 1942 and every 'i .
---. -- -
the audience -
feel fat
suddenly ,
was already the possessor of a I
Dental Hygienist: Certificate forty, and as graceful as a tug I
from the University of Penn- beside a destroyer. The water bal. Officersanfed j
sylvania After regular "boot" let was something to watch I

training, she took special instruction insiders knew the swimmers had
at the U. S. Naval been practicing two long hours For Postgraduate |

Hospital, Bethesda, Md., before daily and two hours of being jI j\ '
/ reporting aboard here in April in the water every moment is no I Courses I
1943. easy "duty" all spectators who I Training j
Justifiably happy over her shot the breeze on the way home' this''I
bright new "crow," she suspectsher from the pool were unanimous in Nine'Alnavs were received
father, Dr. Benjamin Luntz, the opinion that the lighting didn't week calling for applications from 3 k#
is beaming broadly at all his show the swim patterns well officers of the Regular Navy and ;

patients back home in Hart enough maybe next time the the Reserve to attend postgraduate -
underwater lights could be left courses in various phases of.
ford, Conn., these days. !
on ? deck, construction, communications -
----- -- --- --
1'eople still chuckling about the and engineering training I

Hellcats Change hapless Wave at the picnic who I classes to convene in 1946 and

slapped the back nearest her and 1947. I
asked her favorite slang question !I Details of the courses, Including
Guns For CannonThe of the moment, Hey, boy_,_aln't I dates of convening, time limits for
that so!!" She almost collapsedon submission of applications, and

Navy's F6F Hellcats, car the spot when she got an an- : general qualifications may be
rler-based fighters flying from the swer in a bass voice and discovered i i found in the Alnavs, which the k'
I I|I Jax Air News lists by type of
Fast Carrier Task torce against I she had whacked the Skip
two 20- I course as follows: I II II
Japan, are now carrying per himself! He was laughing so
I I I Alnav No. 175 general line
) millimeter aircraft cannon and hard he could hardly speak! and
four .50-cahbre machine guns instead I, when the other Waves realized course, length of course one year
Alnav No. 181, naval construction -
of the former standard ar- I what had happened laughter I
mament of six ,50-calibre machine swept the area like the roll and and engineering, two and one-

guns, it was revealed this week. I' swish of surf. If Waves could go half to three years.
The modification in armament I I to sea, Captain Brady would have : Alnav No. 172, communications

was adopted to suit the changing I I to be skipper of at least a couple' (appliedl Alnav',No176 one year. $
assignment of the Nacal Air Forceas I of flat-tops to accommodat the ordnance engineet'ing -
the war approaches the Japanese Waves volunteer crews! years.
'I | Alnav No. 182, ordnance engi-
homeland Rettha Nave
every hai
aviation three .
reeling ( ),
The 20-mm. shell has destructive saved sheckels years
greater will
any plank!
Alnav No 173, electronics engineering -
power than the .50-calibre then down for something on I
years. I II
bullet and is thus adapted to use wheels come the day of universal i
I Alnav No. 1/8, civil engineering,
by fighter planes attacking ground freedom or else do a com. two and one-half
installations such as railroads. plete fix-up job on the family jalopy : Alnav No. 183, aeronautical engineering

Never did anything on I power plants and structures -
wheels look as good as passing autos ), three :years

Navy Mine Skill do when you're standing on |' Alnav No. 177, aerologlcal engineering .
some sun drenched I
corner, blink- one and.one-half years
ing against the white glue, hoping .: _
Blocks Jap HarborsThe for a ride down Enterprise to I _
the barracks! It's a very short USS Hornet Forced Home

complete blockade of I a ride hot but day a .powerful. and that's long the walk only on By Typhoon, Not Japs LT, COMDK, JEAN PALMER is shown above, left, ready to

Japanese shipping: through I variety we've been having lately! I Continued from Pate 1 board a plane with Lt Comdr Edith Stallings, for an official inspection

mining harbors and waters of i Everybody wishes she had a vehicle : the liberation of the Philippines. : trip to naval air stations of the Command south of Jack.

the enemy's homeland has be it a Jeep or limousine. I! She was the first to hit Tokyo in sonville. Miss Palmer, guest of the station here during the anni- I
> Wonder if the drivers of sedans a full-scale carrier air attack. versary festivities, planned to visit Vero Beach Banana River, ant
been a joint Army-Navy proj- who pass blithely with empty cars i She was first to hit the Yamato, i Miami before returning to her office In the Bureau of Personnel,
ect, successful largely becauseof realize the muttered Washington, D. C.
spell that is 45,000-ton pride of the Jap Imperial ____
an idea conceived and fol- put upon them 'tis a chant, I fleet which now rests on the ------ 0I -

lowed through by a Navy test murmured low, in sinister rhythm bottom of the East China sea I FIO RITO PLAYS
who "We hope you get four flat I She weathered two typhoons HERE SATURDAY I WEDDINGSThe
: .illot, received an Army I I
tires: It's so far from anywhere She attacked the Jap fleet I
: .!emendation for his work. to anywhere on this station that anchored in its homeland bases. I.'.Continued I From Page One : following marriages took
I The officer Is Lt Comdr. GeorgeE. its no wonder the cobbler shopsare i I She set what is believed to be a Hollywood Hotel, and many others. 'place at Station Chapels;

Bottjer, of. East Rockaway, I always swamped. The heckuv record for airborne enemy planes And the genial maestro has won 28 July; Wallace Bruce Smileyand
, Long Island, N. Y. He first devel-- it is that making necessary trips I by a carrier in a 30-day period--- I I renown as a composer as well as a I'I Mary Edna Milld; Thomas R.
oped his idea more than a via the bandleader. He was granted membership -
year ago twlggies can't be counted I 255 shot down between 18 March I I I Gregory and Mary Ann Wooten
at the Naval Air Station, Patuxent as happy hour! and 16 April. I In ASCAP, the American ;

j River, Md. I --_._. At----- She accounted for 67 Jap planesin 'Society of Authors, Composers, and ',, Emory BiunnerI Hugh Hull, and Elizabeth
Lt Comdr, Bottjer's Idea, details a single day's operation. Publishers at the age of 17. From I' Regina
i of which are secret, was approved Naval Academy Is She spent a total of 52 days under I his gifted pen have come such I I 30 July: William Niedermeier
r, for experiment by the Navy a year I Jap air attack without being favorites as "Charlie My Boy," and Jane Eleanor Bacon.

I before the first mines were droppedin On 4-Year BasisThe hit by so much as a machine gun "Toot Toot Tootsie, Goodbye," No I I 1 August: Rieman Alston Mac-
vital shipping channels of Jap bullet. No Nora," "Laugh Clown Laugh," I Donnell, Jr. and Helen Mays Par.
inland waters-just in time to help President has aproved a return Many Chores "King For A Day," "Roll Along ramore.

bottle up enemy ships before the to the four-year course at the Besides all this, the Hornet did Prairie Moon" "Little Grass I ----- -_._---
, start of the Okinawa campaign. U. S. Naval Academy I dozens of lesser chores. Dubbed I Shack," and "Yours Truly Is Truly

His final report on the projectwas The change will take place at the "Hornet Hotel," she served as Yours" I Chicago Offers ClubThe

I submitted to the Army and Navy the end of the present Spring term troop transport for thousands: of I The most recent motion pictureIn I I I Jax Air News has been requested
in December, 1911, In June, and will be accomplished I Marines; auxiliary tanker to hun- which the band appeared is the I to publish an announcement
' After instructing Army officers I by dividing, according to relative dreds of destroyers; prison ship Paramount success, "Out Of This
of the in Chicago
opening on
at Patuxent in academic I "
the use of the standing, the present with accommodations for 130 World.
Japs; 28 July of the Armed Forces Of-
! equipment, Bottjer was ordered to Fourth Class (Class of 1948) into -
3 drugstore for friendly delivery of --- +-- --
ficers Club at 130 North Well
a the Pacific to teach B-29 pilots and two halves, the upper half of this ice cream and other "goodies" to exclusion act
The California Street.
crews their class to continue the
new jobs. finishedhis present three-
lesser craft; gymnasium, recreation passed in 1921, prohibited Japanese The newly formed Club is opento
work on 12 March this year and year course of instruction, grad
hall, fight arena, and baseball
all active
immigrants. inactive, retired or
a on his way back to Patuxentore uating In June, 1947. The lower stadium for her
the first mission half of the class will become the crew some mem- honorably discharged officers. It
bers of which didn't leave of Honshu
her decks the coast unchallengedand
was pointed out that the club will
Third Class and will
japan by B-29's on 27 March. How graduate In for
15 months. unmolested, while her planes
be particularly valuable to offi-
June, 1948. the
ever, Navy mining operations of- courseof
Early In February of this shuttled back and forth through
year, cers and
remained with the instruction at the Academy has passing through Chicago,
Twenty- the Hornet moved to overcast and foul weather to
keep a date heavy
that will be
Bomber Command been three years, the usual college i guest privileges extended -
First and
made for her 34 months to the front
before Japs'
by Carry explosives
to transient officers for
still preparing Navy mines and organization of four years has I a
another .
Hornet. In the predawn yard.
been retained. I forty-eight hour period.
giving advice in the joint Army- hours of 16 steamed the
The February; her planes The Hornet through
Navy project that has strangled at the Naval Academy three-year was course au- were launched and joined wave Golden Gate on 7 July, unloadedher I -

enemy shipping. thorized ii June, 1941, when there after wave of aircraft from other unexpended ammunition and I President Roosevelt issued an
-- was an urgent need for young' officers carriers for the first full-scale planes, dropped her air department Executive Order 26 July, 1941,
Japan annexed the Kurlles In to( fill assignments afloat aerial attack on Tokyo. For two and put Into Hunter' Point freezing all Japanese assets In the

L 1875. I tin combat areas. days shi steamed 200 miles from for repairs. United States. 4


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Office of Public Editorial Information Offices Room 221 -ITTet s orvVieu>s f nomStationS& i .

Administration Annex lildg. !9 51
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The JAX AIR NEWS: la published weekly! fth U. S. Ylti r: r ,Aa .
Naval Air Station Jacksomille\ Florida by the Office of
Tublic Infoimatlon at no expanse to the government and Inctrmpllanee
with Secnav Circular Letter 45-826, :& May IMS. LeeV.. lavl Kon, Jr.
Copies> are distributed free oi charge it the Naval AirStation By Chaplain
the Naval Air Technical Training Center, the ,.
.Headquarter ot the Naval Air Operational Training Command JITTER-BUGS
Naval: Auxiliary Air Station: Green Cove pilngs,
Natal l Auxiliary J Air Station Cecil Field, the Naval AirGunners A new term which has come Into Its own In the I)3
School the U. S. Naval Hospital, the Naval Auxiliary
Air Station Municipal: 1. and the Naval AuxiliaryAir : past few years is the term Jitter-bug., As yet, itIs"
M.liou M.yj.ort. i-t, L. J. Aiid r oii, Acting Editor: but the
not recorded in the dictionary term
Rear Admiral Ralph t. Davlson, USN destined someday to invade Webster's solemn
Chief of Naval Air operational Training seems
book of definitions an4 facts
Captain Commanding Anthony R.Officer Brady L'SN Almost everyone knows; what we mean by the

1 Jacknonvlil Natal Air :Station f Official U. S. Navy Photograph above term. In contrast to the waltz, which has _.

Captain Josfpn B. Lynch, CSNR Lined up at Ulithl are six: super Essex-type carriers Left to rightIn been called "huggin" set to music" "Jitter-buggin'

Commanding Officer a line are the Wasp Yorktown Hornet, Hancock and Ticonderoga. is, as some wit has described it, "a series of gyrations -
Naval Air ethnical-Tmining Center At extreme left I I. U.S.S. Lexington. Ulithi, a small group of and antics in which the Individual tries to

Captain John J. O Malley Otflcer(MC). t'SN islands encircling an anchorage large enough to accommodate an dislocate his or her spinal column,
Commanding entire fleet has been used by the Navy fcince the' invasion of
U. S. Naval Hospital Not all jitterbugs are found on the dance floor.
Palau .
Colonel Martin J. Keiiener, USMC (Ret.) !! Some of them hold forth In offices behind desks

Commanding Barracks(JlfleerMatin soda fountains and other places of common traffic
on the station. All you have to do to discover their

Commander Edward! 1.. Dolecek, t-'SN Uneasy InterimWhen "jitter.bug tendencies" is to say the wrong void
Commanding Officer ''or do the wrong thing, and Immediately there will
Naval Air Uunnem School ,., we get that last set of orders meaning "You can begin a series of gyrations and antics which would

Commander k-rant 1. Cot bin. L'SN go home now," we'll pack up gear and ponder train schedulesfor put the ordinary jitter-bug shame

i Commanding Officer the last time. Next duty station : Home! Tour of duty : In direct contrast to the type of people cited J
I Nval Auxiliary Air Ma lion. green Cove SpiingsCommander
from now on out above are those rare individuals who always appearto 1
How aid E. Born I'SN be calm and collected at all times. They are III' f
Commanding Officer But there's going to be a lot more to it than just chang- the people who have our respect and admiration. If j
Naval Auxlltaiy Air :station.: Cecil Field ing uniforms for civvies bunk for bed and the chow
a a and whenever we stop to analyze these people we
Commander Salem A. Van Eveiy, Jr. L'SN / hall routine for the family table. After the first rosy :flush find that they have a secret which the ordinary 1

Naval Auxlllaiy Commanding Au felauon.: Off tcet Municipal %10.; 1 of joy has worn off, things are'toing to seem a,little strange, human being does not possess. Whether or not they J
sit in thurch: every Sunday morning, or whether or }
and there will be interim when to fit in
JJi" an we seem
Commander Huhn. US.NR not they even profess' to be church members', they i
Naval Auxiliary Commanding: Air Station Olllcer Mtypoit no particular place. We will have lost one set of habits, one have found something which the culinary person I
way of thinking one type of living without yet having suc- does not have they have captured a part of the
Ueut Col. William 1. Evens, USMC (Ret.) true spirit of Jesus' Christ They have found that
cessfully adopted new one .
Commanding formula for the most desirable of living. i
Avlallon Detachment Evel''body'ows he is going to spend the first few secret
I| As we review the life of Jesus Christ we see .
The JAX AIR Kdlloilal NEVtb AsiixUtlun teetlvei Camp n\ltlerlill.Newspaper; publication Service months "just sleeping, eating and loafing" but chances are immediately that His was not an easy life; In fact
end Ship's
t>f credited matter prohibited peimUitlon of CNS, we won't. As wonderful as it sounds actually that sort of no plan has been subjected to a* many temptations ';
:2U5 Eo J:.!nd SI.'Ii.V. f
war Department routine will probably pall in a hurry. When ;you've been used or as much peiseeution, as was our yet
Intln :lI, D. Co Pllblll'a\lon of lint other matter I confusfon
in the mid.of all the turmoil and which
except by sectlce puOlieationa, I. pluhll ted without to working to being busy all day, a life of complete leisure 1
be calm
: surrounded His life He always appealed to
(ot"rmll8lvn/ ot Editor I JAX AIR \E\\;:' ;
would soon become monotonous, causing a natural restlessness and serene In one instance the 11th chapter of f.

Three Powers To Send Terms To laps and wish to get on the job again. I Matthew we find Him standing in the midst of a '
Along with this restlessness will be an inner struggle huge crowd In the midst of all this He has the

a By Ship's Editorial ..Association for most of us, to fit ourselves back into a pattern we left "Come audacity all ye to that make labour the and following ale heavy statement laden and: 1 1

A definition of unconditional surrenderwas long ago when we joined up. The old pattern will have I will give you lest" Can you even Imagine anyone !

given Japan by the United Nations this changed and so have we. The war made civilian life differ-I else making such a statement ? What a dating t
taking for any person' to undertake! And yet,
ent-restrictions work and hours
rationing working trans-
week in ultimatum frpm Potsdam. (
an His ptomlse has been proven true through the cen-
i Warning that the Japanese nation faces portation difficulties, fuel shortages all will have left a markon tuiies. Give Him a I
: '
the home in the community Those
average average we trial'I
"utter destruction" unless it surrenders all
left behind have been to war in their own way, and althoughit
armed forces unconditionally President I M1
i seems simple enough on paper actually we who have beenin
former Prime Minister Churchill
Truman I service'won't truly understand what happened to them. INIkffxerir
and Generalissimo China Kai-Siek described
| -
They, in turn, won't ever really understand just exactly
the military might now arrayed against what our life was like. We can describe daily military rou-

Japan as >(ar greater than that which' destroyed tine, and barracks, and chow hills, and military courtesyand .r. f"r011./ ......'. Aw.u.I It, Iy1Srrur.tuu
Germany. llmprl: Mu.lln Koyil cud. Itmninicliaiit Ate.07Ji .
navy regulations, but it will be just so many words. Only )- .Hol.v' lommunlon'eIf'lJrllted by Chaplain: t;, W.
The terms called for the elimination of those who have been in the armed forces can know what Anur ..*.
UMII|)--biIK enlcehaplaln L. W. DaxIdMin. Jr.
the authority and influence of the militaristsand kind of life it is.Psychiatrists. I ,IHIONAi'l'C: SeislceChaplain; J. D. Sklnnf'r'pn'al.hlnlf,
those interests which misled Japan into (W: *-Sundd> School for Cnlldien. In the Minli Chupvl.lUUi .
personnel officials, and various advisers ( ). .U. .Nd\ulrHukplUI, Sl"l\ke,
war, and the establishment of a new order in have had a field day writing advice on how to treat the re- 1O4,>---leneral: Divine Set\ice. --Chaplain: S. \\'. Bell pithch-

Japan based on peace, security and justice. ing'service man (or woman) We wish they wouldn't.We lliM-ClirlitUn Ing.; The Silence K\vrtulng: Sivoe|Merc-frniall. Cluipel.

Occupation of Japanese territory was de- came into the service as individuals and we will go home 11:JO--.flirter euh-. j>at ientiling.14UO 1'BY. Hangar Aieit---Chupluln H, AA.

clared essential until this new order is es- again as individuals. The formula that they suggest mightbe --s>fivIce ll'n'a Christian League-Sunday Review
ot Llteratwe-Lt. .
(Jx) \t'IYYIna
tablished.The just the ticket for Joe Doakes, but exactly wrong for Jack (.'nthwlK! <,h i> IlUIU" Road unit Illrmli..h.nl As,.
Cairo declaration limiting Japanese Slack. Both sides are going to have to do a lot of adjusting.Both Ub.US.tO--.MaM.**--Man*.

sovereignty to the home islands and such sides are going to 11eef patience; willingness to understand 04: O-----MUM.llUO Mf I <.,, .

additional islands as may be determined was much devotion to mutual! cooperation. The civilian l.i W-lusu.

incorporated in the Potsdam announcement. side should not expect the returnee to exactly the person

After complete disarmament all Japanese ht was, capable of fitting immediately and perfectly back into Calliope 00.1O-Ma l'/rrirrlt eu.Ua30aaas|. Mu.lln Road md Ulrmlntham Atrau. ..

armed forces will be allowed to return home the niche he left. The military side should not expect everything USMO: -Muss.. '

Outlining the- Allied plan for Japan's fu- _and everybody. to be precisely: as. left. 1100 I'itxl: --MaM V 1 U d.

ture world position, the proclamation prom- During the uneasy interim of adjustment, of finding the Cb'-I.'I.-'U'"* S.,r\lc'i Mutlli H..d a.d! ttirmiihim

ised stern justice for war criminals. Freedomof new course life is likely to be confusing but there's nothingso Aterur.111Muruii. chapel. _

speech, of religion and of thought will be rugged about the problem that the average fighting man taller liirmiitf,1/a) !NiiiiUl! liaiu. Sarah. Chapel I. 'orau .( Mu.tln aid

established to strengthen democratic trends can't straighten it out if the "experts" will just give him a 1 chance. Jr...UU. 11..IIII..uI'Opnil'U! / aid J-'rll",..hp! II".,..
among the Japanese people. Those industriesthat Slide>, 1 1.W siiull\ Chapel Aluilln and tiumlnghom.
,. *ialn lde.
would permit Japan to rearm will be Tue du>', 1.1.kJ.l\lO-Ch..plaln.!: Office NATTC. ,
closed Only those industries needed to sus- Navy Radio 'fuendaj.NAUS.Flint ,1 vous,1Cnllplaln'l (JUt c., lelluwY 4)

tain her economy and permit the exaction Thursday of each month. 171>>1830. Chaplain Ot
of TODAY eke, JsAAS: Uieen Cove 5 pm Ira'.
will be
Second ThuiKctay o( each nionin. 16JO-18UO. Reading
Japanese participation in world trade will be "Home Folks at War"-WMBR, 1100-1115 Room f'AA.S, .la)poi 1. _
""Trained for Victory"-WJAX, '1815-1830 ThliU 'J'IIU"II of emit month IJoO-ieTO,_Chapel. J...X
peimitted with access to, but no controlof "Navy Highlights"VJHP 1915-1930

raw materials. "."Irllt Line", WMBIl (CBS), 2200-2230
.'JClUA\' ..' Sponsors Outdoor Nursery .
"Navy NewWJA.X, 1750-1800 No longer will harassed patents have to keep
Guest Stars SATUKDAV their children with them dining Sunday services at
"Navy Hour"-WJAX (NBC), 2030-2100 the Naval Air Station Chapels. An outdoor nursery '-

We can't help but believe that if the returning MJJSOAVBluejacketvCholr"" has been constiycted in the glove: oitiees westof
-VVMBK (CBS), 1105-1130 that
serviceman hits his peacetime prob- MOMAV"U. chapels which will be open under competent
supervision each Sunday morning flora 09.50: to 1200.
lems as hard as he did the problems of war S. Navy Band"-WJAX (NBC), 1300-1330 With the help of Public
much of the woiries of tomorrow will notEt'em "Bill NaUe"--WMBR, 1545-1600 I Works Weltaie cooperating and Wave Administration departments, an-

quite so hard._ Camp Parks Log. "Navy News"WJAX. 17 0.1800 attractive gaily colored canvas -canopy has been
"Meet Your
Navy" WPDQ (ABC), 21002130TL'KSHAY
to house sand
: :! boxes tables and chain
---- -
for the little folk Slides swings and teeter boards
To paraphrase an old saw about one swal- "Bobby Doyle"VJAX, :815183011'IHNE&'UAY -. have been set up in the -grove so that the children
; !
low not making a summer, we might say "Navy News"-WJAX, 1750-1600 may have ample facilities for play j

that "one salute doth not a sailor make.." ., Volunteer 1. leadeishlp will include a Nurse host -

Hut we can also add that a smart salute Quotables"ProponE'l1ts and i-iim direct cuiiwman the childten'a ana WAVES activities who will H'A' fluren-lunch .

makes you notice the sailor and snappy salutes milk and cookies will be provided at 1045 e*. .

t go a long way toward making a sta- of military training frequently are asked Sunday jnotmng.Captain .

tion's leputation. It isn't just a question of whom we are )preparing to fight. Quite simply, we are going i tation for the White patents,':Senior of Chaplain small children, extends who an han Invi-

courtesy as outlined by the Bluejackets Man- to fight any inteinational ruffian who attempts to impose his not been able to attend services in the chapel because -

ual, there is a certain professionalism involved will on the world by force. We should make that determination of their families to avail themselves of this

w .a professionalism that is the first clear-by deeds as well as words-to any frustrated outdoor nursery

thing an outsider will notice. Lakehurst paperhanger anywhere who may be dreaming I of world Any Navy peioonntl InU-ietUd In helping aarxrviKiia
are requested to contact' Chaplain 'Ut"JI lat
Airship. dominion. Fcrrestal.
I Secretary i extension 425.rage .

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August, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five .




I By Bill Smith, Y3c:

PRESENTS Rr QUESTION: Do you Intend to
take advantage of the (il BUI of

0 ,", Rights? In what way?
I '


I'm kind of undecided at present,
Movies: I but I do want college training
Mainside-"WEST OF THE PECOS" with Bob Mttchum,. 1300 to get start
It's a pretty good way
17001930. ed after the war, if a man's ambitious *
Student Officers"OVER 21" with Irene Dunne, 1930.: :?; enough-but after the warI
Band Concert in shell opposite Administration Bldg., 1200-1300 may not be so ambitious, I'll

Golf at Station golf course, 1000-1900, clubs available. Isj have to wait and see.

Recreational swimming: Officers at. Student Officers pool or d
Officers Club, 0300-2200. Enlisted, Pools 1-2 (Malnside) 0800-2100. F. G. TAYLOR, Y2c, Bainbridge,

Bowling-Mainstde alleys open 1000-2000. Ga.I
sure do. It U a chance in a
Anchorage1730.2130 dancing 1900-2100, NAS band. education
R million to get a good
Boating and Sailing-Information from Yard Craft Officer, Ext, MILT BRITTON AND HIS WACKY BAND do a repeat per- at someone else's expense, and anyone .
623. formance here tomorow night when they play with the USO Camp with good sense will take ad-

'Library-0800-2100. Show, "Going Home." Here's a shot of the band taken here list vantage of it.
Deep sea and fresh water fishing tackle available in Welfare winter as music sheets were flying through the air during one of '
Office. their zanny outbursts. Superimposed is a picture of the band's I A. T. GUSTAFSON, AMMH2c,
.. Flint, Mich.
Baseball-NAS vs. Waycross Army Air'Base, Mason Field, 1700 snazzy vocalist I Yes -I'm, going to hydraulics

FRIDAY, AUG. 10 s fully on the ground and took a dip. school. I also will probably borrow -
f> As she emerged she saw a great I some money. There's no use
Movies-, big Army lieutenant coming down In having the bill if we don't take
STAGE EVERYBODY with Jack Oakle. One<
Matnslde-"ON I
the path. Not having time to advantage of it.
show only, 1300.:: '! .
dress, she hid behind the first tree. ---
USO camp show "GOING SOME" on the stage 2000. The officer stopped and shouted: : J. M. HALE. S2c Atlanta. Ga.I .

Student Officers-"OVER 21" with Irene Dunne, 1930. "Camouflage Company No. 1, dis- I would like to, but I don't think

Golf at Station golf course, 1000-1900, clubs available. SALTY HUMOR FROM missed!" All the trees marched I it will apply to me. I didn't finish
I school. But I hope it will
off high
Recreational swimming: Officers at Student Officers pool and HERE AND THERE
I help me get a job.
I Officers club 0800-2200. Enlisted, Pools 1-2 (Mainside) 0800-2100. I --
All SamH' Phooey!
I Bowling-Malnslde alleys open 1000-2000. One For Two "" The mistress of the house heard I B. C. TREXLER, Y3c, Salisbury,

Anchorage-1730-2130. "Stand back of your lover, false the bell ring and saw standing at N. C.
' 'Badminton-Mainslde/auditorium, 0900-1230. rackets and birds. I I think it's a good opportunityfor
shouted the Scotsman door Chinese
Information from Yard Craft Officer Ext. 623.Library08002100. ,. woman, the open front a education
Boating and sailing a fellow to get an
who had found his wife in the hawker. Quickly retiring, she call
after the war. I would like to
of another man. ""I'm goingto ed out to the maid:
\ Deep sea and fresh water fishing tackle available in Welfare Office, arms take advantage of the bill afterI
shoot both of you. "There's a Chinaman at the
Baseball-NAS vs. Welch Convalescent Hospital Mason Field, -- door, you go, Ella." I what have it learned offers. a little more about

! 1700. Those Terrible Sailors This was too much for the Chi I

t SATURDAY, AUG. H Three Boots entered a roadsidebar naman who stuck his head, into I N. D. O'BRIANT, S2c, Durham,
hall and shouted indignantly:
1 Movies: I and, looking around cautiously the N. C.
Malnside-"YOU CAME ALONG" with Robt. Cummmgs 1300 only, made their way to the barten "You go 'ella yourself! I Yes. I want to finish my col-
TED FIO RITA & ORCH. playing for Station Dance, balcony reserved ) lege education. The Bill of Rights
for Officers. Dance starts 2000. I der."I'll have a coke," said the first. Good Answer, Doc gives you a better chance to get
Student Officers-No show on this day. The bartender looked at the man' Medical officer: "Now really I ahead after the war.
in civilian life would
Golf at Station course, 1000-1900, clubs available. on the next stool. young
you come to me with a trivial com- I MacCLENNEN PFC.
"I'll take an orangeade, was ROBERT ,
Recreational Swimming: Officers at Student Officers pool and plaint like this?" I
N. H.
Officers club 0800-2100. Children's swimming classes at Mainslde pool the quiet dignified reply. Sick seaman: "No, sir. I'd send Nashua
Disgust written on his face, the I would like to finish high schoolat
Malnslde 08002100. "
I 09001000. Enlisted, pools 1-2 1000-2000., bartender glared at the third. for you. I the Marine Corps Institute then
Bowling-Mainside alleys open
"Just a glass of water for me," use the Bill of Rights to go to
Anchorage-1730-1930. Winterset college. It's not a bad thing. Before
Yard Craft Officer Ext was the request, "I'm driving.
information from
and ,
Boating Sailing, The snow was falling softly. I get out of the service I'll
623. There was a definite wintertimescene I read the whole Bill and see what
Library-0800-2100. Take Cover, DaughterOnce being set. Poetically the else It offers. But I've got a longtime
Fishing tackle available topside in Welfare Office. upon a time, a sweet sailor spoke as he tucked his girl in here yet.
Mason Field, 151'}<).
Baseball-NAS vs. Gibbs Shipyard, young girl went for a walk in the into the car: I'

SUN DAY, AUG. IS woods. Coming to a beautiful lake, "Winter draws on." R. A. DAVIS, Y3c, Waxhaw,
Movies: she decided she would go for a "Is that any of your business?" N. C.
Malnside-"YOU CAME ALONG" with Robt. Cummings, 1430- swim. She laid her clothes care- the girl snorted. If I get out of the Navy beforeI

17001930. am an old man, I plan to take
Student Officers-"ON STAGE EVERYBODY" with Jack Oakie,, TUESDAY, AUG. 14 advantage of it. The college edu-
1930. Movies: cation part would be the only thingI

Silver Springs trip-Buses leave Main Gate 0330, Tickets available Mainside-"HER HIGHNESS AND THE BELLBOY," Robt. would be interested in.

in Welfare Office before Friday noon. Lamarr 1300-1700-1930. I
Walker, Hedy W. C. GARRETT Sic Haslan,
available at 1000-1700.
clubs course.
Golf-Station course,
Student Officers--"YOU CAME ALONG'with: Robt. Cummings, Tex.I .
Bowling-Malnslde alleys,
Recreational Swimming: Officers at Student Officers pool and 1930. suppose so-anyway, I intend
Officers club. 08002200.Anchorage17302130.. Golf-At Station course, clubs available. 1000-1900. to look into it. I want to go to

BowllngMalnslde alleys open 1000-2000. college.
Craft Officer Ext. Officers-Student Officers pool and Officers "
Boating and Sailing-Information from Yard Recreational Swimming:
623. club, 0800-2200. Enlisted-Pools 1 and 2 Malnslde) 0800-2100. ROGER DODGER, S2c, Potlatch,

Library-0800-2100.: Anchorage17302100.Boating S. C.
Mainslde Gear Locker open 1000-2100. and Sailing-Information from Yard Craft Officer, Ext. By the time I get out I won't be
able to take advantage of anythingor
:MONDAY: AUG. IS 623. Recreation Gear Locker open 0300-2100. anybody. But it's a fine thing,
Movies: this here Bill of Rights. Every
Malnside"BLOOD ON THE SUN" with James Cagney, 1300- Llbrary-0800-21oo. youngster in the Navy ought to be

1700-1930. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 15: mighty thankful to Benjamin

Student Officers-"YOU CAME ALONG" with Robt Cummings, Movies: Franklin and all those old timers
Malnslde"HER HIGHNESS AND THE BELLBOY," Hedy La- who stood up for our rights and
1930.Jam Session follows last movie in Malnside Auditorium, musicians marr, 130017001930. put 'em down on law paper.
invited. Student Officers-"BLOOD ON THE SUN," James Cagney, 1930. --.-..--
.. Badminton-Racquets and birds"available. Mainside Auditorium. Bowling-Mainside alleys open 1000-2000. \.XCIIl'RUN INCIDENT'

0900-1230. Golf_Station course open 10001900. Clubs available. The Japanese army moved into
Bowling-Malnslde alleys open 10002000. Badminton-Racquets and Birds available in Malnside gear locker. Manchuria on 18 September, 1931,
Golf-At Station course, clubs available, 1000-1900. Boating and Sailing information from Yard Craft Officer, Ext. 623. on the pretext of disciplining Chi-
Recreational Swimming: Officers-Student Officers pool and Officers
Anchorage-1730-2130. nese soldiers for alleged destruc-
club, 0800-2200. Enlisted-Pools 1-2 Mainside, 0800-2100. Library-0800-2100. tion of a section of the railway between

Anchorage-1730-2130. Student Officers pool and Officers Mukden and Dairen. United
Boating & Sailing Information from Yard Craft Officer, Ext. 623. Recreational Swimming: Officers-
club, 0800-2200. Enlisted-Pools 1-2 (Malnslde) 0800-2100. States Secretary of State Henry *
0800-2100. "
Library- Locker 0800-2100. Stlmson protested the "incidentii
Mainside Gear
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3 I SPORTIN'AROUNDBy l"\Il I an"w_ NAS Fliers To Meet Waycross

Last week Paul at Crosby the ,Municipal SpA)3c_No. : Army Today; Seeking Revenge

1 gymnasium the NAS boxers los "
their first start under the wing: of -
coach Tony Rubino, 3 to 2. Tha -- ---.- Hy Paul Crosby, SpA)3c( )

the team was handed a defeat 18 First Football Coach Charley Gehringer'a NAS
r ,
certainly no reason to moan; how. Boxing Team Drops Fliers play host to the strong Wa '. fiI
ever, the manner in which the Game Is FastThe I cross Army Air Field nine this '

less was inflicted has caused a I hundred-odd fans who witnessed afternoon at Mason Field in the

rumpus which, we hope, may aid Tough Match the intrasquad game heldon long awaited return go between the
the sport In days to come. the mat last Friday saw the two clubs.

Tone and spirit of a bout within With the margin of victory depending Fliers football team stage an old- The Fliers are seeking revengefor
the squared circle depend to a great upon the outcome of his fashioned McCoys vs. Hatfields the 5 to 3 setback which the

extent upon the proper handling of bout, Jimmie Moore, NAS two- rivalry, the McCojs winning this Warhawks handed the home teamin

certain preliminary arrangementswhich fisted veteran middleweight, time, 26 to 6. the earlier part of the season
are essential to the conduct dropped a hard-fought decision to I The winners scored quickly. The The contest had previously been

and control of any athletic efforts con of the southpaw Wise Ames 'in the I fast backfield which the McCoys scheduled for mid-July, but was
teet. The most gallant final bout of the evening, enablingthe started rolled up the field after rained-out and the delay has added

the participants for the can slip-shod never man-fully Muni sluggers to outscore the opening kickoff and had the tension to today's encounter
compensate Coach Rubino's ball their opponents'
i Tony leatherpush- on twenty
of details. The probable choice the
agement ring Boxing ers, 3 to 2, last Wednesday.It yard line in less than a half doze on
is far too important to be ruined __ mound for the visitors is DebDo'le
was a close fight all the piays. uiCK risner, xormer uni
failure to competent way Manager Bill Dickens'
by and sincere officials.procure .t' ,, ". _., ... ,. n with both boys absorbing as many State luminary, took the pass from hurler, and the Warhawks leading ace
center and rifled an aerial out tend
The Horton Hinton decision HORTON UNTO, .N A S punches as each threw. Moore hitter. Doyle is the outstanding
Tommy Bishop who raced over
probably will be recorded in the clever welterweight, who was seemed to have the edge In the the goal unmolested, to score the player with the club, being the
ling history of Municipal No. 1 as the victim of a "fast" decision first round, but slowed some In first t the poorest piece of Judging ever. at Municipal No. 1 is currently the last two as his opponent racked: Gets Tn o and recently heralded as, "an-
who witnessed the bout under the up points with stinging rights. Ferriss."
Those working-out daily The second TD was a result of a other Dave This six-
which incidently included about 99 guidance of Coach Tony Rubino Toby Reid and Barry Howard blocked kick. Again Bishop crossed footer pitched for the Columbus

I ; 44/100% Muni rooters, will certainly at the mainside Pavilion. scored with decisions for the NAS the double marker, this time after Redbirds of the South Atlantic ...
1 that the NAS fighter team: while Don Meadors, and
agree scooping the bounding pigskin I League before entering the army, VIwhere
the contest hands down. Horton Hinton, along with Moore, "
r won his speedball attracted the ij
andscampering to
Barracks twenty yards
came out on the short end.
Hinton, NAS welterweight and run the count to 12-0, favor of the attention of St. Louis scouts. He
cne of the veterans on the team )Return Match McCoys.The went 40 innings this season before

lost a decision to which the late Battle on DiamondManager Lt. Rubino has announced a return .. Hatfield aggregation hit the opposition scored off him.

Joe Jacobs, one time pilot of Max Babe Kerman's under match with the Muni mitters paydirt in the second quarter. Bob- Champs of Army League

Schmelling: and the rotund Tony dog softball team, representing the for 16 August, here. Two other by Hanlon, erstwhile Notre Dame Champions of the first half of
Galento, would have bellowed, "We teams are slated to face the Flier and Great Lakes star, heaved a the Third Fighter Command
portside of the PT barracks,
wus robbed". The clever Birming- trounced the favored Starboard ten' boxers> this month. Qn 22 August thirty yard toss into the end zone, League, Northern Division, the
ham, Alabama, mixer was the ag- at Mason Field Saturday after- Deland sends its beakbusters where Rabeck made a leaping Army airmen will field an outfit of

gressor throughout far more punishing and his punches than- noon, 9 to 5, In an AllBarracksgame. against them, while Cecil Field is catch to snag the pass for six I. heavy hitters including, from the
I were expected to pay the NAS boys a points. The try for conversion latest reports, five better-than .300
i his NAAS rival's. Picking his spots visit during ':he last week of Au- I failed. hitters.
and shooting for the openings with The winners got off to a quick ,
gust. In the
I quarter the
The choice
McCoys likely on the hill for
regular accuracy, Hinton forced start and held their lead throughout. -
-' scored twice, to run their total the Fliers will be
= to Don Carter
the fight continually, and steadily Six runs in the first inning 26.
gathered momentum until he appeared were enough to win the encounter, THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE Dick Fisher sliced Gehringer's most consistent win-
to be going away when the though tallies in the second, third Thursday-Fliers vs. Waycrossat end broke inside right ner. The hard-working righthand-
last gong sounded. The entire and fifth innings made the win Mason Field, 1700. the sidelines, and er has turned in a number of
house of Muni rooters felt that the more decisive. Friday-Fliers vs. Welch Hos- scampered forty yards across the sparkling performances and shouldbe

I NAB fighter had won, as evidencedby Tommy Bishop twirled for the pital at Mason Field, 1700. the goal.extra This time Bishop's try for "right" against the invading

their hooting when the decisionwas winners, allowing ten hits over Saturday-Fliers vs. Gibbs at Red point was good. Warhawks.The .

rendered in favor of the Auxiliary seven innings, including a triple by son Field, 1500. Great Lakes Harrison back, another former NAS nine snapped back Into -
,. Station boy. Phil Centola and a roundtripperby Sunday-Fliers vs. Camp Bland- a bucked over on t Mason: form Sunday afternoonat
A surprising of rumpus was > the portside manager, John log at Mason Field, 1500. drive quarterback that sneak, climaxing a Field by trouncing the
created in the station fistic circles Nosewicz. I Monday-Fliers vs. Chason Dairy of was sparked by the fine Terminal Railroaders 6 to 0, after

s, as a result of the Hinton decision. Nick Carter, Benny Olinsky, at Mason Field, 1700. All-State running selection Charlie Huntsinger, an losing to the Chason Dairy club, 4
t from
This particular verdict carried Howard Bermester, and Vince Gor- -- Illinois to 3, last Wednesday
Bishop added
enough weight that the marginof guze each collected a pair of safeties conversion. Whitey Prust pegged a masterful
victory depended upon a single to lead at the plate." Waves Organized By ---w*.----- two-hitter in Sunday's shutout un-

i decision. Had Hinton been declared Managers Check til he was removed In favor of

the winner, the team score That the meant Platoons On CoastUpon Airplane Mars Is Ezra McClothin, after splitting a
would have read, 3 to 2, favor of game something fingernail in making a play at
to the arrival
fellows was evident from the at the Naval
NAS. Naturally, we would have first Not In
the innings
once eight -
close watch the Training and Distribution Centeron
respective man-
liked it much better that Home he twirled
way. From WarsThe Prust
\ agers had over their men the night the west coast, WAVES are appearto
At ringside after the fights Lt. 1 be anything but boss-on-the-
before the contest. organized into platoon groups, as
v Rubino asked the officals how ...-.-- ....- ---- -. ""' -..-.....-.. .. In training" school and thpso nln.oos Mars, hlnnn.f_ fltt>riaoo .... *. <_ mound. :McGlothin faced four bat-
they scored for his man. Two of i iiun" :: case: : :: ui r nn: ,:ny i-a- -- -- ----* *"* M..t' *ic 111 ters and set them
t re" the down in like
maintained is home
throughout from
Toures of Babe's the wars
\ the three at first called the contesta one close manner.
I their stay at the TADCen as wellas after breaking
draw and the other awarded the friends. Kerman announced thata every air transport Next Four
on shipboard. Officers, regardless record in the book. Days
dicision to Hinton. Since there bed check would be held Fridayat .
i Baseball
of their classification of The "Old will be plenty In the
2200. or Lady, as she is known
had been an agreement made previously Making his rounds through
t 4 billet which to her next four days as the Fliers
the to con-
the overseas theyare crew, left Patuxent River
that no draw decisions port wing of the PT barracks, ,
being assigned, serve as company Md. 17 imje home against Welch Army
Babe noticed ago on her first
: would be given, and that a winner Frenchy's sack was
f Convalescent
officers of the units with war mission-to Hospital on Friday,
j must be chosen in every bout, the unruffled and empty. A half hour fly an urgent 12- take the
on Gibbs
which they travel while at the Shipyarders Sat-
t two officials who had scored it ar. later, the same.Saturday cargo to Natal, Brazil.
TADCen and on shipboard. On Then the tremendous urday, and on Sunday afternoon at
draw changed their verdict in fa four-motored
afternoon found shipboard, the senior line officerW flying boat was :Mason Field meet the Camp
unproven, truly
r.admatted Frenchy riding the bench. Babe ( ) present in each draft is in in an experimental status. Even Blanding Doughboys. Next Monday -
had suspended his right fielder iicrge of the draft, reporting to the performance Chason Dairy, winners over
give the win to the home team and her huge I
j fined him a dollar.
t1 1 troop transport commander. the Fliers in their
I:. fighter. Wright engines was an uncertain last meeting;, in-
No, there were no hard. feelings. factor wade the home grounds.
; Like so many off-decisions there
.I ii Jet always a bit of explaining after Babe and Frenchy got together PT Officer Back Yet 28 hours and 25 minutes -''':!.-
\!> the prizes are awarded, and it is after the game over a couple of later her skipper lowered her
too late for anything to be done glasses of that fine foamy fluid Lt. Comdr. Warren P. McGuirk, gently onto the calm tropical waters Flouting Ice Cream Bar

t\ about the outcome, anyway. It that flows from the tap at the Beer the station Physical Training and off Natal, completing the f'o Serve
Garden.It Welfare Officer in the hospital Navy Men On
t was a lame effort on the part of laid-up longest non-stop over-water flight
the judges to please the Muni fansa was a swell afternoon for the > with an infected eardrum for. In history-4,375 miles. The "Old Ditty In The PacificAn
-a lack of restraint, to put it entire crew from PT. The boys the past week, has returned to I Lady" had begun to prove herself
f mildly-that caused the disturb- played with all they had, not to duty and is anxious to get Into and the faith of her sponsors In Ice cream stand at. anchor
: ance In the NAAS gynasium. The mention the gusto with which they the thick of things once again. the Naval Air Transport Service In the Western Pacific, In the form
}! fellow who claims to know on knocked-off 160 bottles of beer. The PT Skipper has had trouble whose flag she flew. of a concrete barge, will serve

which side his bread Is buttered (What was that about training, with the mischievous organ and Other records set by the Mars Navy men principally on all ships
t s made an error of taste. fellows?) complained of his hearing. Now Greatest air cargo, 35,000 pounds: smaller than a destroyer-such as pl

-%_Jj-- -'-"i 4- that the Infection has drained, all on a 1,233-mile leg of the return destroyer escorts, small mine-wl
Hirohito took over as Emperorof Is well and the muscle-benders are journey; heaviest load ever lifted LSMs weepers, sub chasers, patrol craft

i Softball Hers Japan on 25th December, 1926, glad; to have their boss back Inthe by a plane, 148,000 pounds; longest nounced and this others-the week. Navy an-
succeeding his father, Yoshihlto. fold.
non-stop cargo flight.
__The barge has been lent to the
Chalk Up Two WinsThe The Fliers Navy by the Army Transportation -
I Corps, and
.. .___ cost over a million
NAB Fliers Softball ten added c. dollars It Li equipped with a
a pair of victories to their .: ; ,,:, ., freezer capable of manufacturing
total last week when / 10
mounting gallons of Ice cream very
they handed Lee Field a 5 to 2 clip 5* seven minutes.

ping, and topped the Lake City -
team, 4 to 2, thereby moving up Must
to a deadlock with their Lake City Prepay Express
cousins In the NAOTC standings."Mr. In the future, naval personnel
1 e : Softball"-to those who must prepay aU railway express

I aren't as yet acquainted with the shipments which contain any Navy
Fliers ace hurler, we refer to W. H. + property or Navy-Issued personal
f Sams-set the Lee Field swatters effects, and which are made by
down without any trouble to add $- or upon the request of naval personnel

t, another enemy-flag to his grand at their own expense, a recent -
array of emblems.In directive from the Secretary
taming the Lake City soft- of the Navy stated.

..., bailers, the NAS outfit moved Intoa The serial or service number of
first-place tie with the conquered such personnel must be shown

City-slickers. the shipping tag. C.J1I Pi
Should the Iliertln the game ---\Ji i 4-
with Lake City Tuesday night at Cech Leads Bowlers
the Powerhouse Diamond they
Cech, AMM2c
will have annexed the second the captured

,. half of the league. Having already bowling Southeastern title rolled service off at singles Jax/
the first half the
copped Beach
recently Cech tumbled 1,174
pennant in the NAOTO Leaguewill tenpins In the six aerlee.

be their .--_'. ._n __ -t-game
The coming game with Cecil TilE JlAJtD-IU'rrING FLIERS. Left to right, front row
: J.tcCollougb, rf; McGlothin, Pi; Slater, Japan renewed her contract with
.., Field will not alter the final stand- I e; Coach Gehringer, 2bj; Daer, c: McConnell> It; Miller, p. Back row: DeMan, 88; Seidwitz, Pi Anderson, the Axis nations with
Inga providing the Fliers encounter 3b; Carter" p: I'rust, p; Turner, p; House, U: Hopkins, rf Member of the'team Mot present in picture Nanking and as well as, 39

, no difficulty: Tuesday.. are: Vvcddail, cf; Eoerner> Jb; Blttner, Pi; Jawcreki, p;. and Kerman, c. November, :1941.Manchukuo.. MB


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week's column, your unfortunate
scribes have been "languishing in

durance vile," as the poet put it, i;
said durance being entirelY} a self-

1i inflicted confinement, as we now
venture forth from, hiding only at .
the risk of grave bodily harm. The

J fierce exhiliration we experienced
last week at what we considereda 1
scoop has turned to so much i ti
Dead Sea fruit in mouths all
... _' .. .- ._v our ;
is now gall and wormwood, now
SIX WAVES ATTACHED to the Naval Air Operational that we are to be the targets of
Training Command recently were guests of the Merrill-Stevens those who consider themselves to ;.

Drydock and Repair Company for a cruise on the yacht, "Merrilln- be "The Insulted and the Injured." __
' Anne." The girls are shown above helping themselves to the sump- Ah, but we must carry on, head II f

\ tuous luncheon dishes served aboard. Left to right: Jo Castracape, erect, chin up, little soldier, and r
Ylc; Mary Louise Hamilton, Ylc; Margaret Connor'Ylc; Lt. (Jg) all that sort of thing. My cohortin .
Doris Defenderfer, Lt. Sara Remington and Lt. (jg) Roberta Neale. blackmail, Sgt Novak, has, I < !

The WAVES were conducted on a tour of the Merrill-Stevens ship through worry, been reduced to a I
... yard and inspected a Liberty ship befor* going aboard the yacht shadow of his former self, becauseof ,
for their river cruise. They stopped off to watch construction workat the threats and epithets hurled .

the St. Johns ship yard before putting. in at the NAS pier. against him. I, too, am a broken : I t

+ man-an impotent mass of flesh, r \
Infiltration Training USO blood and protoplasm. This all .. _._
ShowTo -
Camp because of a few harmless words I
Continued From Page Two written about a Wave with a name / NeededFor New Type Unit

under close enemy observation. Play TomorrowThe that sounds like the ingredientsof

The student is taught how to conceal a cinder path (a macadamized Engineering Duty Entertains Here
:; himself, his craft, and how to wackiest kind of comedy, highway would be too smooth a,
elude enemy sentries. Also taught smooth music, and eye-filling gals a simile), none other than G. G. I Officers of the Regular Navy desiring I A new idea in entertainment for

,r- is how to hook up a raft to a rescuing make "Going Some," new USO What the denouement_ outcome I to be designated as Engi- I hospitalized naval personnel, offi-

:'fJ: Dumbo, while under enemy Camp Show scheduled for Main- to you-will be, we cannot guess. neering Duty Only were requestedthis cials Navy variety shows featuring
... fire. side Auditorium tomorrow night, REQUESTS (there are two) I week by the Secretary of the I all-Navy casts, won hearty ap-
:;.' Emphasis on Concealment one of the best units trouping under have been pouring Into our Head Navy to submit their applicationsto proval at the Naval Hospital here
"You the USO banner. BuPers via official channels not last week when "Drop The Hook,"
Lt. Johnson's motto was quarters (Ward E), asking us to
1';, can't be caught if you aren't seen," A solid-clicking revue from startto further amplify our informationon later than 15 October 1945. the first in a proposed series,

,: and emphasis is put on conceal- finish, "Going Some" reaches a the Mark V, 1945 Southern Applications are particularly scored a smash hit.
". ment. If possible, sentries should high note in happy entertainmentthat Belle, of whom we gave a vivid wanted from officers of the classof Combining their three-day stand
', not be attacked or killed, the men will be remembered long after account some weeks ago. At this 1930 and junior, although requests with Recreation Hall shows and

are told, even if the opportunity the last strains of music die away. writing we are somewhat financially from officers senior to that ward performances, the cast of all- ...
presents itself. A dead sentry discovered Highlighting the revue' is Milt indisposed, but followingthis class will be considered in exceptional star bluejackets equalled the best 1
the would reveal Britton afternoon's call will I cases, it was pointed out. civilian entertainment offered to
.\ by Japs and America's Craziest pay we ,
.: 1 the presence of Americans, and Band. Featured on the stages of be in better'position to contact one Selections will be made from officers date at the hospital.The .

,''> the area would be} searched inters famous theaters throughout the of these. Tonight we invade the holding postgraduate degreesin troupers included the piano
if stumbles Patio Grill where abound.in mechanical, electrical, diesel, team of Arthur Whittemore, Sic,
Blvely. Only a sentry country, and in a number of motion they
r I' on them, and it is a matter of life pictures, the band has a reputation great numbers on paydays, and metallurgy, petroleum, and electronics and Ceremonies Jack Lowe, Sic; Master of
or death, should they attack him. for rolling the customers in information will be forthcomingnext engineering. Billy Ambrose, Sic;
While the course covers such the aisles with its out-of.this.world week. In the interim we --"- '=!.- Olsen and George Johnson O'Leary discovery, Sic, Ac-an
subjects as the handling and use monkeyshines.The strongly suggest that you contact cordianist Anzalone ;
of the life raft the elements of Zastrow of Ordnance who can Sic;
cast includes Dave Winnie Army Says ThanksAs and the Merry Mates, Jack Wilson,
secret landings and hostile beach Duo, an aerial novelty Comedian doubtless supply the information.
; Sic, Mac Perrin, Sic, and Leo
approaches, stalking, and other Charles Withers who appearedwith Zastrow, they say, knows all about a result of the appearance of Bernache, Sic.
highly important points, the most Olsen and Johnson In "Hellza- women, he says. (That's ungrammatical the Naval Air Station Band at Touring military hospitals toth

dramatic part of the instruction poppin"; and the Four Honey we believe, but grammaror Chatham Field, Ga., as a part of Navy and Army throughout the
J' is the actual problem which each Belles, a comedy knockabout act not it's the truth). the Army's observance of the 35th east, the variety show is a product
class, executes at the close of the CONGRATULATIONS ARE anniversary of the Army Air of the Navy Liason Unit Enter-
day. The raid, conducted entirely --'=!.- TE>DEKED and cigars expectedby Forces on Wednesday Aug. 1, Capt.A tainment Branch, New York,
};&. at night, lasts about four hours. Los Angeles "O" ClubA the writers from Sgt. Joe Se- R. Brady, commanding officerof Lt. (jg) F. M. Winikus is in charge
1:. Before it is over, each student has keres of Transportation and TSgt NAS Jacksonville, is in receiptof of the unit.Launched. .
": had a chance to put into practice communication has been received :Mike Keravich of Wing 3. Joe and a letter of thanks from Col. in the nature cf
,," I everything he learned during the at this station inviting offi- Mike recently became a proud fathers Ivor Massey, Air Corps Commanding experiment in entertainment an of
day. cers visiting the Los Angeles area of baby girls. StfSgt Dusty this
I type, the show has received
Briefedt to avail themselves of the facilitiesof
": Class the Los Officers' Rhodes of Engine Change has The band under the direction of such an enthusiastic reception
Angeles Club.
;.f"' Before beginning, the class is our apologies for our tardiness in Chief P. A. Bennett was flown to everywhere it played, that seven
.dd. briefed on the beach. The simulated The club, according to the com- offering our felicitations on the Chatham Field and return by more are being readied for the
.,r; landing, and the objective, is munication, obtains hotel reserva- birth of his son. Harry Aim, our Army planes road, Lt. Winikus said.
outlined by Lt. Harold S. Hunt, tions and arranged for tickets to congenial leading chief, expects a -
I. VPB's survival officer who succeeded theaters, conceits, radio broad- blessed event anytime betweennow
"- Lt. Johnson on 1 July. The casts, tours of motion picture stu- and the 12th of this month COMMERCIAL BULLETINS
dios events and home hos-
sports Best wishes.
men black their faces, remove
'", articles and clothing, ready pitality.the MTSGT TAYLOR ASKS that Deadline for commercial! item la 0900 Tuesday Ad. arc free, sad are I
shiny accepted only from Navy perionnrl or employee No information en commercial -
their rafts, and paddle out to a is tallied. And the we insert the following notice in item. cm b. given out In advance of printing, and no ads for rooms can
rendezvous at a designated buoyin score, re- this column: "For the benefit of b. accepted. All notice pertaining I* room should b* phoned to the ,JarLwnvilleHnom
the river. The sentries guard- sults are amazing. Even on bright the wives of the men of this Unit, Referral feervica at 1-3031..
moonlit nights at least 40 per the squadron of last maple chain and kitchen tiool all
party night
have been alerted. FOR SALE
ing the area in good condition 475S Ho wood
cent of the men get past the alert- Could this Late model Emerson; table model radio .
Everything is in readiness. The was strictly stag. request Road, Rlverdale Garden .r coil
ed sentries. Some were detected have been for general -$35. W. A. Hamilton, AMMSc, 2-3655.
test begins. only when an unsuspecting sentry any ISk. 4, I. B. 109.
Under of darkness the reason? 0 .
'Ii cover Mill tell or swap 1941 Chrjtler.
stumbled them in the dark-
,. rafts head for the spot that has upon IN CHARGE OF TilE SNJ WANTED Ho)four-door sedan, or later model
. been chosen for a landing. The ness.At LINE is TSgt Markway, who is 1936, 1937, .r 1938 Chevrolet .r 11)'moutb Sir Ulackwood, Ext. 311.
&k without present the squadron is turn- the proud of an sedan for cash tall Chief Leper
) paddles dip into the possessor open
.. at AIIC J'bilcal Training, ute Maple bedroom set; maple
,. a sound. The hushes, labored ing out classes at the rate of twoa air chariot manufactured by Mr. 8WJ. living room act, il&C'r:1I't tl and
;' breathing of the crews is magnified week. Each class has been Ford several decades ago. Mark- chair, bee Mlddleton, AMMlc. 1431

..t" by the stillness. Silently, the unanimous in its praise of the Instruction way gets quite a lot of exercise 4.1938$700.Covered Yukon Wagon Trailer, It Park loot., Lot Sleeps No.. B. thildf bt.

.. first raft bumps the shore. The :. their only regret being pushing this vehicle to and from 10, or Inquire at Barracks J8, Class Four tailored Celanese rayon certain
,' occupants pile out as other rafts they couldn't have more of it. Lt. work mornings and nights.TOUCHDOWN 1.40.: J. lioncek, tilt. panel. Egg ahell. *H yard long,

f draw alongside. In a body, they Hunt explained that with the accelerated GETTERS FOR !SALE 1415-A tied; four Child month bt, NAS.tine quality, *8<

t 1 move like ants over the beach, training program be- AND FOOTBALL STARS are Cabin, furnished; IV minute walk
''ff.tL. crouching low to avoid detection. cause.of the war it wasn't possibleto plentiful in this Unit. Among these from mail gate, at lukon Trailer 1939 Ford convertible coupe tool
H After hiding the boats, they beginI.r. schedule further Instruction I we have several candidates for the Camp fcheaffer, $500.at Yukon Inquire Trailer Mr Camp.. Reuben condition. A. JJ. Kuprecht, .Ii:... 8617,

to make their way forward. along these lines. However, he station team who seem to be out 1941 Zimmer home trailer If feet.
f' : In exposed areas they lie flat, pointed out that all that was ex- standing, egregrlous or just plain Commercial Bulletins tg head Completely furnished with radio and
1 I inching their way in agonizing pected was that certain attitudes darn good. We have a couple of iOR bAIt fan, awning, good tire, ,lee PI four
Matched let of Wilion golf club. Ready to move into Yukon trailer
would be created
I' slowness. Once in the underbrush, thinking stimulated potential halfbacks in Hunsinger Jour woods, nine iron and bag. Lt. camp. E. J, Caaalou Ship'* Cask 1C.
they no longer crawl or creep, but and that the realization of and Missana, a tackle in Lewis, an Col. J. D, Howard" M1OTU. Call Lot 24.Trailer..
without the factors and hazards involvedin and center in Ra- EJlt. 8487.
rxi ever cautious, they move on end In Trotter a _
Sleep four. $600 Lot *a
21; haste, crouching so as not to such an emergency would be pacz. All this talk of football reminds Attractive a and child's \okon Trailer Camp, W, 11. Kiaf. ,
who might pressed home.It that' I made the teamIn in excellent. condition.
ft'1 1 be seen by some sentry me wing Reasonably
; 'f 4 be nearby. Can Be Done college merely because I was priced. .Mr*. AlcLuca, Phone Motorcycle 11.-;; New tire ad
2-0590. paint, brake relined $-&S ciuh. AI .
I ,rI All Log In By actually infiltrating past a the seventh son of a second string one interested ace K. t. Kenay.,

: Suddenly a sentry is spotted. few sentries, and realizing that halfback. My family spent several Covered Wagon house trailer, 14 V4 U23-11: Hancock .. NAS, after lvW%
1 such could' hundred dollars sending me to fut lent (;ood condition Completely
Everyone freezes. With infinite a thing be done, the
furnished. Excellent: tire*. *600 WANTED I"-
i patience they sweat it out, not aBuiscle student has been given self confidence school and all they got was a cash. Call after S p.m. M alter Pir- To rent, twe bedroom ....... Hate
,;i moving. Lying in the that cannot be imparted in quarter back. mann, t,body Oak Trailer lamp, two children Contact Crowley ..
r dark, they watch each move the any other manner. If faced with "'/E ARE HAPPY TO WELCOME Orange, Park, Itt. 17, Jacksonville. Radar tehop, Yin, Ut.wij:: ;

I, .. sentry makes. They study his such a problem some time in the ABOARD OUR NEW Old Davenport With good slip rover Serviceman'* wife would like ride te
I habits, the length of his beat. future, he will not make Borne K/lTEH; Lieutenant Colonel and slightly o aciltJf.: rug both or in the vicinity of Detroit Mith
When they are convinced they can blunder that will end in capture, John L. Smith, USMC, veteran for 120. Also D and Washington, U. C., after Augn.t'zO.
chair, coffee table book Will share .
I case', 3 expenses 1'hone legman
elude him, they move on. ReachIng or some mistake that will cost his fighter pilot of Guadalcanal fame., shelved end table, dinette. set, two 2 0 P. C. Warner, Eat 745.
their destination, they abandon life. Having done it once, even Colonel Smith fa the holder f\t the

r o ,.;. all attempts at concealment and though it was only in practice, Congressional Medal fH'n r and at MCAS, Cherry Point, N. C., as Colonel Smith began his second

: "+:t';"4 make their way to the survival hut should a student be required some has 191-2 enemy planes to his Wing Operations Officer for the tour of, duty oversas with thla
;i J on Seaplane Point to log in. The day to land behind enemy lines, he credit. After completing his first
I, t'' i raid la over. will have less difficulty findingthe tour of duty overseas with VMP Third Marine Aircraft Wing. In same MAG, operating at lEndrav: '

Those who were not sO lucky and courage and confidence to fight 223, the first fighter squadron to 1944 Colonel Smith became Exec- and Luzon in the Philippines. Tatf
, ,; f who were caught are also brought his way back to safety-thanks to operate from the newly won Hen utive Officer for Marine Air colonel has a reputation W afl

,' ,to the survival hut to be logged in, the training that Lt. Johnson. had derson Field on Guadalcanal, Colonel Group 32 which trained at Cherry outstanding athlete, .peCalif.J\f
: When, everyone is accounted tot, the vision to propot*. Smith waa, ordered to duty Point and Oak Grove Field, N. C. in tennis and coftball. ..



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Page Eight CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS 9 August 1945

,. I Shlppln-g DivisionClcrk

Civilian Employees' News L

# Address Communications to Editorial Offices v

Personnel Relations Office, Bldg. 13, Box 22 :
Telephone Extension 483 -;%s

The Civilian Employees' News, a two-page section of the Sax Air '
News, is devoted to reporting the news of the Naval Air Station's. :F\
Civilian Employees and is sponsored by the Leola Jones

Employees' Association for Civil Service Employees.
Officers VACATIONS are still un4erway
in this department and those missed 4
William O. Kincaid, President Philip D. Myers, Treasurer 'round and 'bout are Irma

Evelyn .T. Sullivan, Secretary Johnson (Award), who has been

Directors enjoying short leave with her son,
Evelyn T. Sullivan .* Mell C. Jackson Corporal O. H. Roberts, who is vis-

Frank H. McKinley Donald A. Wood iting her from Texas; Seta ledge-
Philip D. Myers Kenneth M McDuffie ('oth (Priorities) is also enjoyingher
Daniel R. Whiddon William O. Kincaid vacation with her son who is

Charles E..Field. ; home on leave at present prior to

News ReportingStaff overseas duty; Edith llattoxAward 'f
and ( ) is spending her vacationat -
Assembly Repair: II
Head Reporter....._........._...:._...__.......Euleene Willingham II home (which, incidentally, is '
Inspection and Survey: I the patriotic thing to do). Libby LIPL

Head Reporter....._..._.____.__.Helen M. Styron White (Proposal) reports a most
enjoyable week-end with her fam-
Public Works Department: -
Head Reporter...................___..____.......Ethel M. Shanahan ily in Tallahassee recently. Just as INTRODUCING MISS GERTRUDE F HAGERTY of the Ship.
Charles Patterson
SKV2-C Pur-
Supply Department: ( Miss Hagerty inter..
Division in the Department.
Head Reporter........:...................._._..............-.....-......Leola Jones chase) returned from his leave in ping views both civilian and Supply military personnel, requesting shipmentof
Alabama his
Birmingham, co-
household and personal effects, usually having them complete
worker, Robert Allen, SK3-C, be-
his "more" blanks, answer questions, and sign thrm many, many times!
vacation at Jacksonville
CIVILIAN OF THE WEEKNew gan Beach. Audrey Vaughn (Inspection Signing his name on the dotted line is shown Lieut. Comdr. A. Ii.
is Bernet, Student Officer's Headquarters, (recently detached), After
Report) spending her vacationin
interview is completed, information is transmitted to commercial
the mountains of north Georgiaand
of Employees Association packers ana supporting papers are furnished and all effects are
Officer/ also visiting relatives in At-
ready to be off towards their destination!
lanta, Georgia. Flora Fimkenstein ___ .
---- -- n -- ---
--- -- (Inspection Report) is visiting 0

Jacksonville and vacationed in St. friends in Dunedin where she

I Petersburg for three weeks, wherehe : hopes to catch up on her fishing! INSIDE PUBLIC WORKSBy
Dee Jones
(Follow-up) is staying
attached to the .
two weeks with relatives at her Ethel M. Shanahan --- ----- --- ----- --

climate. When he returned to home in St. Louis. \lrgle V. Cot- The Maintenance Department! boy!

Philly from this sojourn be attempted tington (Public Voucher) used her has had a crew of joiners and I I Been reported that a Maintenance

to transfer to Florida, but vacation at home and at Jacksonville painters working at the new, aboutto worker reclining comforts.bly -
r I Beach. Ethel; Power (Inspection be completed Welfare "RecepI on a box: fell soundly asleep!
ws an opening was not available. Some and And then fell off to a rude awake
Report) her husband recently tion Center, lower deck south
time later a notice was posted ask- attended a family reunion in I wing of Building No. 935 for ening!! Who could it be? ? ?
for volunteers to be transferred Kosciusko I to brag about these days. Won 5
ing Mississippi, where her Main Side Personnel.
to NAS Jacksonville, and Charlie I brother, Corp. Sam Powers, Army I The Men are going to be extra out it of! 5 games last week. Keep

was one of the first to offer his Air Corps, had just, returned from helpful about some "home chores"I up x
I two
application.He years duty overseas. Margaret I that they didn't do before!!! Color
I was accompanied by his wife, McDonald (Priorities) went up to blending to harmonize with STAMPSIly
Doris, also a native of Philly, and Washington, D. C., to visit her sis- 'nishings! The right hang fur.1 I

they are now satisfied to call this ter and also a new niece (or nephew drape and the poles needed to do I M. T. Crumley
home. Mrs. Field returned to ?). Frances Root (Award) and the trick! Tie-backs high or low or;;I
I husband For our stamp story this week;
are visiting their home in
Philly several to have at all! them
years ago none Seeing climbing
I let us go to that Island in the
Evans Mills
New York. We miss
their first daughter, Joanne, but the ladder with
step yards material
:i I
I South Pacific that is shaped likea
... Catherine Smith ( Personnel) who
stayed this side of the Mason- trailing along or swathed in
Dixon line for Alice Dee, three is visiting her home in South Carolina i folds, like a Roman toga, ready and turkey and where our boys
fought some of the hardest battled
months old, to represent the South I waiting to hand it up to the hanger with the _
Nips have
An older brother, Lt. (jg) M. L. Well enuff about vacations, and would be a sight for the home*I guessed it, Ncftv Guinea.yes you The
Field has been in the Coast Guard another interesting of news. folks! part
.. for two and at The other in the I I that we will talk about is that part
years present expects day vicinity of the
.., Assigned to this of
L be job puttingon known as Papua. We all remember
to shipped overseas. L Purchase Group, an unusual sound
_. broke the the finishing touches, that the ; Port Moresby located on the
FIELD on otherwise humdrum
CIIAS. men is a diversion from
I bustle of a sultry afternoonthebark say I.; southern coast, General MCArthur's -
regular routine were: Leadingman ,
McCoffrey starting point for the retaking -
Frank of
By a puppy naturally causing '
service Painter genial Jack Myers, color .1! of the Philippines, over 2000
of four years a mild ripple of excitement.
A veteran
O. E. Brown
Elliott expert G. E. Watts, miles away as the crow flies.
with the NAS, Charles Investigation disclosed a vivacious better known "
recently appointed an I toy fox terrier, as "Buttercup, Someone once said "By their
Field was resplendent in shiny
popular Leadingman H. T.
Smithof stamp, ye shall know them", and
EmployeesAssociation. harness
Civilian in the
officer of the arms of a smiling the
joiners, jolly painstaking : small and remote countries become
This appointment Lieutenant of the
of Station j Navy. C. P. Anderson, pipe smoking Energetic [I next door neighbors to the stamp
was made under terms in By C. R. Owen We rejoice with Melba O\er- V. L. Lynn, busy I. R. collector because of the stamps

Order A 42-45& R to roster.fill a vacancy(His name DO NOT place hot jars on cold street (Follow-up) in the exciting Blackwell and hard working W. I[ they produce. Papua is one of
news that her '
unintentionally omitted when surfaces or in a draft. The jars brother, Corporal H Blair Mr. King and Mr. Far- those far away lands that have become
t was published two weeks in the picture got caught in the Leroy Lindsey, U. S. Army, ar- ren pictures were rives today from overseas, having also those present.
) This appointment will stand draft. Use a wooden rack or sev- I their stamp.
until ago. the next election in October eral thicknesses of paper or tow- spent the most of two years in It- Arthur Nelson is back from Vacation The first stamp issued to bear

1945. aly. in his native New England j the name "Papua" was in 1907
Personnel of Engine Parts Sec- AND not after the under the
Plan any maple syrup Very country came
Field is Supervisory I
Mr.and Estimator in the Planning I CANS AND CANTSw .1 tion are congratulating Henry sad lot of people around who had I supervision of the Australian Com .

ner Division under Lt. Swanson, Plan Behrens and Myrtle Colkmire upon been counting on having cakes monwealth. The central design was
Section Officer and Lt. Bal- the fine service records of their respective with the "one and only Vermont I the same as used in the issue of
ning Planning Division Officer sons. Mr. Behrens' son recently Syrup." It will take a long time 1901, namely native canoes, only
received the Purple Heart to live down the the and
He is in charge of a group which incident. I name type of printing being
plans the work required and labor w decoration and Mrs. Colkmlre's son Mrs. Louise Abraham had plan- changed. Another Issue appeared .
and material costs on airplanesand recently received two bronze stars ned to resign and go to California! in 1911, and another-in 1916.
engine overhaul in A & R. good conduct. I with her husband who is being 1 which were electrotyped.

When he arrived here in May 1941, Did I say enuff about vacations, transferred there but exercising a The Papua Pictorials, we might
he was an aircraft mechanic, and well, no! Here's some news of some woman's privilege changed her call the 1932 issue; in a few word
after three months on the assem- few that have returned. George mind. Will take a 30 day leave and they certainly are descriptive of
bly line, was transferred into the Sterling (Engine Parts), Ira Lind- come back to Maintenance and her this country. It Is well to consider
Planning Division as Shop Planner sey( Engine Parts) and Eleanor old job. I may add P. W. M. is hap- each value of this most colorful
working as assistant to the Air- Grander (Engine Parts) are back py about the redecision'The issue one by one.

craft Planner.He after pleasant vacations. Ditto, Alice P. W. Lab hasn't had any The one-half penny stamp la a
Joined the rank of Civil Serv- Kaldfnberg and Annie Dukes news recently but this was what I I black and orange and shows a motor
ice workers at the Naval Aircraft (Both from Engine Parts). Mr. was going on among the test tube native girl, wearing a rapt
Factory, Philadelphia, in August LJndsey reports that traveling is and gadgets: Rene Blanco Sl-c has 1 (grass gkirt) and strings of beads"
1955 as an apprentice aircraft me- very dangerous these days as the I I, permanently transferred from with a bag slung over her back

chanic. This factory was the first railway conductor almost clipped I NATTC to the Lab, where he has I filled with vegetables.The .
to build the N3N-1 and N3N-3 his thumb instead of his railway' been in charge of water analysis one penny stamp Is a black
(pri-mary training planes) and he NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL/ ticket! and treatment; Mrs. Ruth Gelfand,! and pale green and shows a native
gained considerable experience SAGA OF HENRY: Last week is conducting test analyses on boy in a dancing costume. His
working on these planes. He re- els beneath all hot jars. Use a tow he reported his car a "wrech"; this Swimming Pools; also three New I headdress is made of feathers of
mained there until transferred to el to hold Jars when tightening week it appears "brand new", with Waves, Mary Dunham S2-c, Dorothy the Bird of Paradise and a neck-.
Jacksonville. tops. Set them down carefully so the keys in the possession of a Bellevan S2-c and Mary Katherine less of dog's teeth

Charlie was born and raised in as not to subject them to shock, chauffeur who can't drive_.please Ressler S2-c are on temporary The one and one half pence
Philadelphia, and attended several --X__ explain Henry! duty for training in Boiler stamp is a black and lilac and
schools, completing his Water Analysis for the Outlying shows a house in a tree in true Papuan
grammar Lumber Shortage Fields. Sowater, water style. These houses are often
education at West PhiladelphiaHigh material, along with rockets, ammunition everywhere used
School. lie didn't participate and radar. some to drink, some t01, as a place of refuge against

in sports while in school becauseof I Endangers BaseConstruction Priority Granted swim, some to heat and some to attack.
but did play sandlot wash! The two pence stamp is a scar
his size, Priority shipping, rarely resorted
baseball and football. After a few to 1 by the Navy, has been granted There are some changes at the let, and shows a Bird of Paradiseon
years of this, he decided to take for delivery of lumber to for' Ad. Bldg.: Lt. Comdr. Thiede, Asst. a baar's tusk Native money or
made this to P. W. O, detached and Sapl-Sapi, are shown in the frameof
up golf and has since The most serious lumber short ward Pacific areas which in many going to
game his source of recreation. age of the war is developing in the instances have completely exhausted NAS Grosse He, Michigan, reported the stamp.
Between high school and the Pacific forward areas, where Inadequate I their supplies of lumber required Lt. Edward Graff (CEC) USNR, The three pence is a black and
., Naval Aircraft Factory, Charlie I supplies of lumber threaten for construction of new Vsst.. Utility Supt. blue stamp and shows a "PapualDllndy" \

jumped around quite a bit from to retard the construction of bases, boxing and crating suppliesfor The Public Works 1917 Budget iSI of the Kaitapm "tribe, with
job to job. His Jobs were a variedlot advanced bases, it was revealed the westward push and "pal- busy keeping the Ad. Building out headdress of feathers of Bird of
and ranged from manufacturing officially today. Navy require- lets" to speed the handling of ma- of miscbief and giving several peo- Paradise and the cockatoo. A bone _
storage batteries to mixing ments for overseas shipment for terial. ple a few headaches. (For details ornament pierces the nose.
chemicals for a mouthwash and the next 90 days are 150 per cent I Navy stockpiles of lumber required I contact Lt. Comdr. Baird, Asst. P. The four pence stamp is of Olive
also included an attempt as a sales- larger than shipments for the first in the United States to |' W. O.!!) r color and shows a native mother at

man for Adams Clothes However three months of 1945. I maintain a smooth flow of ship- Lt. W. E. Crum (Reports Officer the doorway of her hut.
when his urge to be around Cessation of hostilities in Europehas ping to forward areas of the Pacific ) is still confined to the Naval The five pence stamp is black
airplanes took hold of him, he dug increased rather than de- have been reduced to the dan- Hospital. His "stand in", hopes he and shows a masked dancer of the
In and has stuck to that field. ever creased Navy lumber needs. A.. ger level. At no time have Navy gets back soon to take over, as the Kerema Gulf tribe. The costume U
.since. shortage of skilled labor in Pacific lumber inventories been in 'excessof Reports seem to always be" due!! I made for such dancers by the men
a In February 1937 he decided to Northwest lumbering areas, com- 60 days' supply. Present inventories I A smiling'"Francisco"t' (Electric of the tribes with great care. Women
take one of those famous vacation bined with rapid expansion of our:1 represent no more than I Shop) has been busy passing out must not look upon these costumes
trips to Florida and bask in war against Japan, has placed lumber : 43 days' supplier and are rapidly I cigars, even insisting that the ladies until the dancing rites for

the sunshine. He passed through. on the Navy'4 list of critical declining, .e I take one! Reason a baby Continued on Page Nine

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>45 9 August, 1945 CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS Pane Nii t,

- A & R Accessories Division Electric Overhaul I Welding In Metal Division 1

I News & Notes Front the Inslnnncnl' Shop "A" By Ann Steche.

It is with that learnof
regret we
and /] Shifts; the death of Ossie Powell Baa- I y s ,ITV'',of

I sett, of the electric shop, who was
"A" Shift opportunity In wishing him the killed on Roosevelt Boulevard, 1
by best of luck and ton voyage. Monday, 12:30: A M.
Virginia Fraser
"IT Shift Mr. Bassett was employed at
We had a grand farewell, party by Naval Air Station in! 1944. He was I !"!
for "Dot" Roberson of the Gyro I Marjorie Hill ao veteran of World War II. He is :
Shop last Saturday night at Timber his
I Clima Ellzly has been walking survived by family, to whom |
Inn. About 100 attended, the workers of 812 wish to expreSs -
about in rose-colored ,
wined, dined and danced The a daze ever j
their deepest sympathy.The .
since her Marine
Corps sweetheart,
r chicken dinner served was delicious of !
deep sea fishing party
Robert Bretz
r wrote her that he
" A lovely traveling bag last Sunday was quite, a success.
was sending an engagement ring
. was presented to "Dot" as her go- from The Lt. Petter landed 15: *tr. Nich-
ing-sway gift all the way to California overseas. couple planto ols caught 18,. and Bob Williams
be married
w ,. as soon as Robert
to be with hubby who is
returns to the United States. caught 15. Mr. Brittle of 812 was
stationed. there Goodbye' and (Please have that sponsor of this party There were "
wedding after
good-luck from all of us! 26 of the fellows that made the
pay day, )
f fI Welcome back to the Gyro Shop, party, and from what we hear a I
Ralph Brink, Sic, and B. Maher, Fourteen-year-old Wallen Grund : lot of fun was had. And how! Total
fj AMM3c. Both boys have been man had quite a surprise In store catch was 368. II ,4
for him when he in
arrived Jacksonville -
to school. Nice to We that
away .see you are sorry to hear Mary
to visit his father.
j both 'around Hdidn't e
again. Register was taken home from
i know that Pappy had become -
Wave _"Woody" Isherwood Sic, "Chief" Grundman work seriously ill. |
as of 1st Ann Steche's brother P F C :
has just returned from a pleasant of July.
leave spent In Pittsburg Pennsyl- I George McCormick, and his wife, I .
I; vania. Glad to have you back but | Ruth Jones' son, Henry U Smith, the former Jean Scott Alderman of I Ii "r-\. '

, bet you're rather lost without your I Fireman 2-c, is on his way toII i.I A & R have returned to Phoenix. I I II ,:\,', .. -'
, Shoemaker, California, after com vine Pennsylvania, to Valley' '
buddy, Cookie, eh? II >'*'" yi "
pleting eight months' I in' I
training Forge General Hospital, where ---- -
Wave Lillian "Cookie" Bock, Sic, Bainbridge I II. C. RKINKK Metalsmith Aviation
Maryland. Mac Is a patient, Quarterman, Is shown
t has left us to go on annual leave to Newcomers to the Instrument 4 Faye Carter of 812 has been above explaining to Aircraft Worker Amos T, Nicks, the dangerof
visit her parents In Milburn, New :( Shop are Edward Kelly: just returned transferred to Radio Installations using too much heat and necessity of precaution when, weldingon

Jersey I i from the Pacific, and R C. We sure will miss you Faye. alloyed steel aircraft parts and fittings. He came to the A & H
We had three birthdays the other : Kennedy, transferred from Ala It's nice to see Jimmy Zinn back four years ago when the Metal Division was moved in, and has
" day: Jeanette Bailey, Chief Iverson 'i bam a. after his week's leave. Jimmy had played a large part in upholding the fine production record achievedby

and Joe Dermoty; AMM3c.: .Congratulations '! Clyde Godfrey is back after a company from Washington, D. C. this division. He is a welcrfr by trade having spent eleven yearsin

.. I'week-end Visit with his parents We wish to welcome Vincent R. all phases of this work before coming to NAS Jacksonville.Note's ,
Hazel Chadwick, of the Gyro I and fiancee at his home in Miami. Julito to Electric Shop. Mr. Julito --- --

Room, was out sick for awhile buwe're t 'Nope, be wasn't married; maybe I was discharged from the Navy in I II
From Gabriel's
glad to see that she's back I we still have a chance, gills. June of 1945. Welcome friend. I HornHarry

again and looking lots better Ruth. I The 24th of July, Raymond 1 I H. W Fisher AEM3-C, also is anew tu'I
, Mat'COM an, of the Radium Room, | Wickham, SACOc, left for Rochester fellow worker with '' I -
I I IEngine
has resigned to hlr J). Gabriel be allergic l to something at the
family N. Y.. where he will 'I
I Glad to Jessie Paterson
study sex- see backat
in Iowa. Overhaul ln We're losing good man, from> i tants. Although he'll only be work after her recent injury. Chief Machinist Shirlie C Dills I who is very fond of animals, was

, the Electrical Depattment, Louis> gone it'll a week Gracie Weiman says Philip Manya has a week's leave was the guest of honor at a surprise I suspected of bringing along his favorite -

, Connelly, AMMlc, who has been II I< Pete seem Burns mote like a month. I .starting Monday. I party on Tuesday evening, I kitten which was heard
formerly civilian Electric Shop regrets the loss of 24th in the Silver I
with us for three Is July Ballroomof meowing at intervals Our suspicions
years shipping 'worker in the '
Instrument Shop, :Mr. George I
out Before enteiing the service I Massey leading man the Seminole Hotel. A fine were confirmed when he
Louis was an I. B. M, mechanic i i has Is now joined the Army his Air Force and Sorry to see you leave. I group picture was taken just as t was noticed tossing it to Chief Bill

He took to instruments like a duckto : I at Keesley taking Field basic training _, 'C__ we were all ready to launch into I McCawley. The Jury, composedof
water and after Mississippi. the chicken dinner which was one twelve just and honest gentlemen -
entering the i i After
Navy was sent to the Pioneer Gyro 'i( Ruckner spending a week in Camp STAMPS of the features of an enjoyable eve namely, :M. W. Foglan G D.
Flux-Gate school I visiting her son, First Lt ning Many hilarious toasts were Cox, L. C. Kearns, A, B. Tahar,
the Instrument Shop Returning he became a to i> formed Allen Russell, Elise Russell inn I Continued From Page Eight: made, all very appropriate to the I G. W Kennelly, W. H, Hood. A, :>:.

instructor in the t lux-Gate Corn your correspondent confidentially : which they are worn, are given occasion. As a memento of his Quaglia, L. J, Giovanl, A B.
o I>a s. I I In Alabama that it rains every day I The six pense stamp is similar to tour of duty at the Jacksonville'I Youngman, L. C. Shoemaker, J, W.
Romance found its while I too. I I the four pence except the native Naval Air Station, Chief Machinist I I Stancil and as foreman of theme. '

he was here, too, and today way he i ia is i i the Paying first time the new one 15c bus sailor fare could for mother carries a baby on her a f .1, ,, Dills was presented with a large i I i Jury, Tim Wheeler. After con-
happily-married man Everyone"uho not poor I I The nine pence stamp is black scroll containing the signatures ot siderable deliberation (two minutes
knows him, regard him contain himself. He sighed in I and lilac and shows a native .shooting his many friends and well wishers I ), a verdict was reachedyou
aj a anguish as he dropped his coins in "
on the station guessed it-'GUILTY,
good friend and fish. I
wotker. He will I the box
be missed by all We all take thi etbook!" my poor pocki The one shilling stamp is a blue Bill Nolting, Assistant Manager i i I With small torpedoes supplied

green and shows the Dubu, a ceremonial of the Seminole, played the piano as ammunition, Lt. H. E. Orton
---- -- jlatform for special feasts, accompaniment for group singing and others laid down a barrage

It is the belief of the natives that and received a hearty round of ap- I when Oscar Spicer rose to make

the spirits of the dead reside here, plause from all those present. Incidentally an eloquent speech. In spite of
Te liTraCe Around the frame of this stampwe he has two sons, one in this interruption, Spicer completed
find names of ten towns of the Army and one in the Navy I his oratorical

I Papua. I Chief J, M. Maitin distinguished Qu his
I I receiving picture several
himself with, his rendition of a
one shilling three pence days after the party (firecracker I
song. The beautiful prize ? ? ? for
stamp is of black and purple, I Hinely was'el'Y gratified to find
the best
telling of
shows a native boat the Lakatai. story the evening that the photographer had included
was, of course, won the
This stamp is similar to the designs by himhe had really worried about
guest of honor.
used the that.
on British New Guinea I

Sly JeanneYen/<-l is required to become so Treated r The and two the earlier Papuan stamp I, One of the highlights Guilty of the eve- E. D. Cooper, from Parts Supply
thus shilling stamp is a ning was a :Mock Trial in which Stockroom, came early to help
June, having busted your" vacation Is soon over 1 black and
out all over, green with the center Charlie I with the party but decided on the
and taken July with it, August The Asti's in the Village, or the i design showing the curious native Martin of Engine Test Cells motto or'Irst Come First
was elected to be the ,
descendswith sun and little sympathy cozy little restaurants you'd frequented i shield that U! used in religious defendant. i' Served."
for the, NATTC IVb who has in less regimented days i ceremonies, At the sides are showna Ha. was charged- with practically
everything that the | Others present were W H. Pascal .
have faded before the imaginationsof
already taken her annual l vacation, more pressing ; skull, and
spears a native drum
to those present could conjure. I W. H. Owens G, W. Taylor,
or" has not yet submitted a requestfor necessity see Aunt Hattie II i The two
shilling six pence stamp John Finenco proved to be a i Tom Sheehan, E. H. Collins
i>ne. To very ,
| allay the inference that selfishness I is a black and maroon and shows
"\ a able prosecuting attorney and Mickey Reese, F. Walden, Lt. H,
While some prefer their vacations has overriden commonI i native pottery maker I I Frank Fulmer was the personifica Carlson, J. M. Hinson, Chief Ma-
in mid-winter or early spring, I courtesy and friendliness, the sug I The five shilling stamp is black Lion of dignity in the role of judge. chlnist L Kurta, F. W Merrill,
by far the largest number enjoy'' geatlon that families "put themselves i and olive-St: own, and shows a native Charlie Hart did a creditable job I, Lt. H, Buergey, J, E Potts, and
their holiday in August. in our boots" Is respectfully 1 1'offered. police officer. t as defense attorney and certainlyno I 11. Cheves.

Vacations, for a large percentage | The ten shilling stamp is lilac one ever needed one any more :I All of us who enjoyed this af-
of NATTCIvlllans coincide Being away from home for any 'and shows the native method of than poor Charlie Martin did then. fair were grateful to J. Zimmerman

with their servicemenhusbands'leaves. length of time further strengthens I 'lighting a fire by friction. I Bailiffs, C. B, White' and R. K. Sil- C. Butterworth, J, P. Wet k--

Notwithstanding travel already strong ties. What few days i The one pound stamp is grey and berg, had their time pretty well heiser, Machinist J. T, Huddleston,
ditticultfea these redeployment a service-leave allows should be shows a naiive hut of the Purarll taken up attempting to maintain Ensign W. G. Whitney, E. M. Bush,
days, the destinations on an annual spent with those for whom one 'Delta region Huts are built on piling order and ejecting those who were I I R. J, Descaro, W. F Dempsey, and
leave request sound like a pre-war has mOle than a lukewarm affecI I because of the swampy condition -I opposed to certain proceedings E, S, Summersill who, although

travel agency's agenda i I I Lion I during the trial. All during the I unable to attend, insisted on help

,I What discomfort there is to bear i This does not Imply that one Thus, by the sixteen postage trial E. G. Johnson seemed very ing in the plans for the evening,
is taken with a minimum of griping I should ignore neighbors andI stamps of this issue, they certainly I uneasy and his apparent discomfort As Chairman of the party, I
Going home is worth tt! I I I f riendIt does'!, however, mean give us a familiarity with the I was a matter of deep concern wish to express my appreciation
Yet, another situation exists I that a leave should be spent by 1 land of Papua. j We finally decided he must I to C. E. McAllister. Fulmer,
'which makes for a serious topicof the people whose lea\'e it Is. They -- M. W. Foglan, G D. Cox and all
conversation, when working I' can then utilize their time to the the others who contributed their

war-wives get together. i I fullest advantage Grins from Guarino time and effort to insure the success
Most sei\ice-Jea\es aie for' 151 1 Just being home is holiday : of the patty

days. Spoken quickly or on papeiTl;1 j enough for most There is nothing ..... D1'edding Kelt ot Interest to

-;;. it sounds like a long time. Time I I better than doing old, familiar Knglne Overhaul ln%|** ,tlun

enough: surely, for a fishing trip things. But unless! a leave is "- Of great Interest to all of us was
,.. with dad, shopping with mother, spent this way In your own way, P,4i,1 the marriage of Edna Miller, who
and a few hours at an old haunt, looking forward to it is the best became Mrs. Wallace Bruce

alone., or perhaps with the old aspect of the whole affair Smiley, Jr., in a very beautiful
crew long'-Kiirmn, pre-war com wedding in St. Edwards Chapel

panions. The August roster Is showing off 1IfJ here on Saturday, July 2 th. The
Arriving home: it i.-i not unII\-I'' 15 new NATTCivihans. Newest lucky man is handsome Marine Lt.

mon to tind that eager additions to the filing cabinets of Wallace Bruce Smiley, Jr, of Cres.
have arranged J'out'Bel'mingly endless Central Office are Christine' Carlisle cent City which is also Edna's

15-day leave in all details. The Florence ,Daldo, Mary Eliza hometown. Lt. Smiley who recently -
list of people, both relatives and beth Evans, Bonnye Garnett, Mary I. 2. returned 1'1'00the Pacific is a
friends they think you must visitis Kathryn Green, Armeta Hubbard, veteran of Tarawa, Saipan, Tinian
longer than a Navy check-In I Wilma Huston, Alice Lackey, Mar- 0ft\ and Iwo Jima A graduate of

shut I tha :Mitchell, Caroline Murphy, Mil- Stetson University, he enlisted in
And because Mis. A would be dred Nichols, Leona Radz\, Rhoda ... the Marine Corps in 1942 Edna
offended if you! visited with Mis.B [ I Staffenberg, Doris TI'ot'Hken and a graduate of St. Joseph's Academy -,
and not with her, it i Is necessary Jennifer Vance, I' In St. Augustine, enlisted in
to add Mis. A's name to your Glad to see you all! the WAVES in 1942.

Lulling list. People to whom one *-' --- "q.'I'I Audrey Liles who we all remern-
01 d III It I'll J' would say only "dood Louisville, Ky.CXS( ) .-- Two CSV* her, now in Interim Overhaul" was
morning, nice day isn't it?" must maid
waiters walked out of a ie!!tau- of honor and wore a pink
now tIt accorded courtesies comparable rant where 130 diners were unit Sown and hat. Lt. Smiley had Al

to those* given the inner' ing for their food. Undismayed a Dome> us test man -Sgt, Clifford
dine of t the family.If couple of customers<< donned epone 3. 1. Pique was usher We wish Mr. and
one is not antisocial before and served the other 148 Tips' Mrs Smiley Jr. many happy years
cure of these junkets, little practice I totaled 65,cents. of wedded: Lliss.11II .



-; "Going- Some" Is I Wins Coveted! Air Medal Award I Ii


USO-Camp}) Show '4,

At Auditorium

1-__ __ ___ ___ I
'Going Some1' i u the next USO-

I Camp Shows attraction .'omll1t./ .. j S
MOVIE SCHEDULE NATTC. The vaudeville program
will be presented in the auditorium
IRIUU'sn SATURDAY-PRIDE OF THE: MARINES with today at 1SOO and 2000. .
John Garfield: TALE OF TWO MICE cartoon; at 1730 and 1930. I Advance notices say "Going tfyCarl r rI

SITNHAY-GAY SENORITA with Jinx Falkenburg; COMMUNITY Some" offers some very wacky I III .,
SING, novelty: AMOOZIN BUT CONFOOZIN, cartoon; at 1500 I comedy, "tei rifle dance routines." I ,_ ,
1730 and 19..0. II I and other features making it one 1 i iSh
lIOsn.SU TI'KS1.\\'-OVER 21 with Irene Dunn; SCREEN of the gayest units trouping tor (,

SNAPSHOT. novelty NEWS: at 17.-U: and 1P.SO: I USO-Camp shows. Added to the
WEUNKSIIAY-RfSTUEHS < IF BAI'l.ANPS: with Charles Start featured vaudeville acts will be the
t DIZZY PILOTS <>medHt t' ::0 .inci ))9.0Irene :; appearance of Milt Button and
his orchestra.

Here ale some of the acts >sailors

marines and Waves may anticipate t
in the auditonum : D,.."
Winnie Duo. an aerial' novelty ror
R, ,a +a r,
i. t five minutes Winnie and his mot '-
than-attractive assistant "defy the

laws of gravity by spinning on .'- ..n. '...-,_ -_..7 ...

portable Challes'ilh'l's.apparatus without gUidewllec" C. White, .\0\1: h'. last week received the( Air Medal" from

"takes; off" old comedianwho ('$IIt. J. It. Lynch, Commanding;, S.\1"'IT. 'I'hf'INbl: war awarded
an rural chai-
act.Mmanager! of the by Vice .Atlni Klnciiitl, Commanding;, :Seventh fleet\ for While's action -
Zi. house"; lie's sure for some laughs I In a dis e-boinhing attack on an enemy destroyer In the Pacific
,Theater In February 1!>II. White,
,' and one of his most successful appearances j now A student in the Advanced
Ordnance School, hails from ,
was with Olsen and I Atmore. Ala. where Ills parent reside
Johnson In "Hellzapoppin," playing I Standing' ; bv. C'mdr. ('. M. Jell t\ectilhe: Oflicer.

that show for its entire New -
York run: a comedy knockabout C SPLASHES: fROm nffTTC (
art featuring "Four Honey Belles": '

and Kenneth Nash, pianist and < SnIP'S COMPANY l \\! .

musical condor tor I WI" ,
\i This will be the first usa show'some (f j".t S

weeks i to NATTC in several I \\ PROFILES f .


/;' I, .., :.,.J
\ "

\ I Its Luiirene lures, > ,?rBks.
I :,1 Waves copped the leeotdist -

MEN WIN BRAIDTwo I The procedure is informal for a volumes of Victor lie,.
Profile Inten'l
more enlisted men currentIv I' usual questions name, rate, hometown ma" at the Waves anniversary

attached to NATECHTKACEN civilian experience, Navy picnic after a gallant: struggle in
ha\i c received promotions to the background things like that.I a tug-o'-war against Bks. 51's
ria rank of warrant office I When James H. Wilson AOMIc, small group of contestants The

Advanced to machinist was Joseph instructor in small arms at theN strength ol the two sides was too
J. Jasielum who, as an A TechTI aCe n Advanced Aviation great at the point and the rope
ACMM, has been attached to the Ordnance School was chosen a* severed in the middle, with Luther
Aviation Electrician's Mate school. the subject for thus week's Ship's sliding along on the ground .
James S. Sullivan, student in the Company Profile he answered the never losing her grip on the rope.
Aviation Fire Control school wa routine questions in a quiet determined Waves Fogarty. Hatfield, Lawrence .

promoted from AOM1c to gunm i manner. Redline, Denn and Bleek-

<'AIL.i I Wilson It Iliat. A tall broadtiiKMildereil man fought for a last stand for

\\'jlh MOnp 1n v.."' .... ",,,,,,,1 .. .'.._ I'i American ilk!!. 51, both had to concede to
: inmne iriajs in "On'r -i" I 1 ico I in--'his; --;record: :' Machinist' I 'Jasie- i I II | .the shoulders! ;average helped! he Admitted the powerful fence of S i's ton-

I him reported aboard in JanuaYy ; when he played guard for the 'etants. Everyone arrived at the
/ / \
S'C.WV.NT5/ /:
1944 from 87th and Anthony Chi j ;Moultrie, lieiirgia, high !school j i picnic in sports clothes and curled
: cago. Previously he had I football I up on the lawn munching friedI
AbourdTOOVV seen service team. "Yes, he said, "I
with several I' I chicken The birthday cake, decorated -
I squadrons aboard did other thins;+. Hayed, third
-USO SHOW. GOING SOME tour acts augmented by the URS Langley and at NAS, ': on tlie httsrhitll '..am." by Landon, was placed in a,
Milt Britton and his orchestra Pearl Harbor. conspicuous!' spot for the occasion
: at 1SOO and 2000. I j I He enlisted in the Navy in 1040
KK II>AY-BASEBALL GAME. MARIANNA ARMY AIR BASEvs. Gunner Sullivan, who received after a year of selling ISh'ocs. cash- and the first piece was cut by

NATTC AIR RAIDERS on NATTC Diamond beginning at 1700. I his appointment while attending i ieiing, and cutting meat for Comdr.Wate Jett.
WKIJ.NKSDAY; : BASEBALL his thud service school St'ottimmrrman amillrooks
GAME. WELCH CONVALESCENT aboard Shift's. Sea duty came later that'
HOSPITAL vs NATTC AIR RAIDERS, onA1'1'C Diamond beginning this station ( Aviation Ordnance year and by the time 1914[ rolled are displacing their new
at 1700.WAVES. "A" and Advanced AOM schoolsIn Wilson gl.imonr bathing: Milt and caps
around had collected the merited for their
Recreation and Athletic Area: 1912 and early 1914 respectively Pre-Peatl )participation In
Archery equipment available Harbor Good Conduct, the rwrnt
for men and WAVES.GOLF. i I. enlisted in .the Navy five days American water ballet at the
I Theatie European Theatre opening nf the, ,
) : new
after the sneak Pea'rlHarbor. "suiminini
[STATION t'OI'KsK.: Daily\ from 1000 attack on .
to :2000. Open to I Asiatic\ Pacific ( four stars lI ) pool.
all\ personnel. Clubs available at gear locker NATTC Auditorium. the. Strictly speaking how- |I and Purple Heart aw arda. Plus 41 Bat bala Moore is happily show.
ever new
GOLF INSTRUCTION NATTC warrant officer was
personnel by R.V.. Reynolds months of battleships!' and her
cruisers ing new
since she be
SpiA)2c' ) 1300 to 15:0.: ( classes not a "boot; he put in seven and I ling
Special tor WAVES: Wilson'
by .
appointment). one-half in prefetrod: < i UISOI-H No cameMis. Russell Meyer this
: years Army prior
Sign at Shack;
up :
reason just liked thom !bettei. weekend. Her husband
I to joining the Navy, His Naval new wasrecently
I While
peifud for enlisted men their 'the Europeaniir: IsJ. disthareed from the
duty tours include *
guests, wives, and WAVES from 1800 to 2100 at NATTC with Army and ..
pool 1. i j Fighting: Squadron 11, aboaid the I hopped down from Ohioto
Saturdays o-reueatlonal period from 0830:: to 1200; 1300 to 1700; USS Ranger, and with Hedron, put the ring on her finger
JSOO to 2100.
Sunday\ Co-recreational from 1200 B"Hle Ziemer
to 1700; and FAW. was interviewedon
JSOO to 2100.
j i the 'ATTC radio program/,:
IIU Tt;, Moi'SK: open daily from 1530 to 2100. Saturdays and 'I'hlliliday night and no nuke

Sundays from 110! to :2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel 1 and relatives .t I1 fright
Six Officers
and guests. Get Monday night' wits practice

NATIt; 1.lIm.Hopen daily from 0500 to 2100. I night; for the "softball, team preparing
Ktm UNO:' daily at Ship's Service from 1200 to 2030. for bite game; against:
AS/lUre/ HereI ( cell Luther Is calling for ..
I I cheering set't\un-'n\ "' buss almtit
MTNOAY umouuns sec enfly have been It'?
-Trip to Silver Springs for all NATTC personnel and \
guests. Tickets $2.5! round trip. Bus leaves at 0830 from circle outside authorized for six officer attached Note Rcven's current interest in

Mam Gate. Leaves Silver! Springs at l&OO. Special rates for to NATTC. riving capable instructor a Marine .
servicemen and women at :Silver:; Springs.JACKso.N ,; I I Advanced to lank of lieutenant ; I. t I pilot : and Mahoney seems to
: \' ; HKACI IKS: -Buses: leave at frequent intervals'' 'I ( senior grade i under, provisions of "Y ,. be suffering from electric shock a
i runt Union Bus Station, Alnav 185-43 were Clarence Bean, .. 01 is it the "tiemendous
corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf <# charge"she
bathing Jr. personnel: John H. Pettey, munitions "I. 'r receives from
jnd other recreation: at one ol world's finest ocean beaches. Bus daily phone call
(tare 25c.( phase officer Aviation j TC?

NA\\ AlOIIIKK's HOSTKiss,. Ho I'M101: : East Church j I 1 Ordnance Officer school: Raymond *,ji'l:' And domesticity prevails around
Street I L.
ponberginstructol' "
AOO Barracks 51
USO I'KM'KKS: ; you see Redlinerolling
at 122: West
Forsyth Street
; above Blanding Bus I school: Jacob Stadler, AOO schoolstudent a ball of fuscia
Station; Chutes and Newnan Street; :oil: Went' Duval Street. USO ,: : and Walter A. Bodwell it .r- yarn Kirk
hemming dish
WOMEN S DIVISION at 43: West Monroe Street i iA.MI .\ nn h 1 n."rI _. towels and Rusty

<':,\ OtISC ii' :-tit.ti. HO.'fICedar: : River on San !I Charles S." Lewis'' former war II, Wilson l ,-AO.MIu French touches on putting a pair of the knitted finishing

Juan Avenue. Take Lake :Shore; Bus, three blocks from last stop on rant officer was promoted to ensign now n problem of redeploymentand Then someone! asks If socks.
San. Juan. Ro\v Boats two hours, 50c; canoes $1.00 per hour; motor I under authorization of a Bureau rehabilitationilron'r firsttrip dip into Margaret Pridemore's they might
I h ,,.toi $2.00 per hour five to eight people per boat of Naval Personnel circular 'to Casablanca( (ulien ('a"I&- I lection of classical records for

IIOKSKIIACK: HIDING : MAGNOLIA s>TAW.KS.:; San Juan Ave- letter. A veteran of approximately blanca uasn'i the locale of Hum I Chopin's "Polonaise"--current fa
nut and Lakeshore Blvd. $1.00 per hour for two hours $1.50 10 years in the lt
: per one Navy Ensign phrey gnrt'.s C'lnli Kicky) was voriteor Presley wanting to jitteiburg -
hour groups: ot eight or ten- -$1.00 bur two Lewis advanced wiiriant;
hours. HYDE PARK to also his first t"IIC'OIlI1'l'rIth" the to "The A Atchison Topeka
STABLES: San Juan A'enue$1.00 per hour any time. I officer from a CPO rating/ German Luftwaffe dive bombers. I and the Santa Fe."
-- - ---- I The Pacific was next. The Mar Talented

Jesse Hall ACOM i tion lor Chief Hall's services, and Shoeless the Sailor climbed the I>haJJ.- Coral Sea and Midway.At feted an(opportunity pianists are to test now their of

i wishing him well on a new job stairs, opened the door of the room ;i this point in the interview skill on the new plant) --llitest ad.

Piped Over the Side i with the Indiana ordnance plant entered and closed the door after ,I Wilson( began anticipating ques dition -Even "Chop Sticks" will rvj
: of duPont. him without being detected. tions. He became less formal and accepted.
Jesse/ Lee Hall, COM (PA ), I Eight chief I Just! an he was about to get into relaxed a little. I II I -- --- .
last week wad appropriately piped side petty officers servedas I bed his wife half aroused fl'Ol1her i I The Purple Heart ? Twice at I I places, but no one would imagine
boys while
the side aft'ji 12 the retliing slumber, tUi ned and the Coral Sea anti a month later that in the Battle of Midway a
over years' service : chief marched over the side. His sleepily said;
in the "Is that Fldo?" I' at Midway. I I flare-back from a gun exploded in
Navy, during a brief home is in Madison, Ind. you I _
ceremony. at the Aviation Fire I The hubby telling the rest of the It is a' very difficult thing task o his face burning off all his hair ,
.' I a t'omIMt'et ran about his and part of his face,
Control" of NATTC. lie re- I afte-r1fal' story, said: 01' once in my life
> rived a medical discharge, and The day 's wife I had the leal )presence nt minJ. wounds But Wilson answered the I When so' told Wilson smiled,
had been attached hate since 4 October I presented! him with offspring, the I II I licked her hand." unspoken question with one ot' his i saying, "If you had four month

1913.Officers proud father was seen in the drugstore -- own. at Bethesda, with nothing butplastic .
I purchasing a baby bottle. "Do, you see anything wrong surgery specialists working
and of the school
men I "Man that's scandalous extravagance Mess Server: So there's sand In with my face?" ho asked., We I on you, you'd look pretty good
gathered at 622 for the
HAngar I :" said your soup! Did you Join' the Navy looked. We didn't.< yourself."
ceremony and stood at attention I a fellow countryman. to serve your: country or to complain But Wilson's: face, from the chin Wilson has two brothers !In the!
while Lt. Cmdr P. S. Dalton, offi- I "It's necessary though," sighedMac about the ('how'? line is
I up) a miracle of plastic sur- Navy one at Pre-Flight School,
cer-in-charge: spoke a few appropriate "The woman's gone and had Sailor: To :sec'' e nty country get v Minute examination reveals another an AMMli, in the Pacific.

word expressing apprecia- lrlpl tll. | not to eat it' tiny hairlike scars: at different Continued on Page TwelveNATTC

9 August, 1945 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION Page Eleven


iNt +., u Books Now Can Be
t 1s t +, ,8

NOPh. Sold To Personnel

W'ant to get ahead in your) rating -
Om easy way to start' Is
)by, reading the new series of AviatIOn -
Tiiimn Course books, mwnulible
w7 ] for sale to individual
i 'inhois of the Naval service,
For the first time. these books
may be purchased at the NATeih-:
Ii Ctn Ships Seiviee Prices on
livuiuil books range from 30 torn
('('tit*, depending on the coat of
I pl'lntmg"1 This new policy makest
i t possible for personnel to build a
pet i sonal] hbiaiv' on aviation Jbmts -
01 to acquire information
"''II a Particular i \ ) branch of Naval
\\'iatuut with a view to passing
) j I rating examinations
a The first shipment of books at
R't 4 .1 YrP :Miips: Service has been sold out,
L )hilt, a new' supply has been ordered
and will be available for sale next
) Thus far, 1945 edfticns rcleaced
include the following titles:
,\ircr lit Electrical s.j'''t'tYi.
I: | ((35 cenNdvanced).
.\ Work In Aircraft
fleetricity; \ ((10) <'entsinritt ).
f .\ Instrument (40
.\lri I I' I lan <* !structures (SO
centsircnft) .
.\ Propeller ((40 cent).
J'ho'ol'raph01.' ; I ((iOtenlK).
)'hn'ngraJlh,1.|. It ((5ftnts
Blueprint Reading: nod La)'out
\\orU (13): )) tents).
,\ Kadio ( V() (cent). ,
; & ,Mririft Engines ((113 cents).
Mini)) I'M! edItions will be die
Illhlll.'d i I SOln< All of the course
i hUlks, au bun;* reviled so as to
,ntiin main new illustrations
+111 i . with the latest tech:
nit al infra nation The style t>t
,\ i 11111Ighas j been simplified BO the
t 1"t'hnIC'-j1' subjects are present in
,''II easy-tit-understand and refid-
; ,itTl e tAfM4 5he I I m.innei' The books range
t II i 111111 ,!no) to :.no pages!! in size .
:\ \'HI tl<'n Ti uning! Course books
,II"i IK'|':n'td) under the joint di-
'I"( lion ot the Naval Air Technical
1'ldlnll1g Command and the Training -
Com is t '/nit of the Bureau of
I p 9 'Z5 tl I'rr-i\,nel.School's .

1"a '-:. --


Hurry Job Thru

Jl1gh pi iist' of a quartet AMB.
ari t ion Storekeepers who were gradi .
11.1 i t'd I J boar tht Aviation Store-
1"1'11"1'i St hnol l here was recently
Kii\id ,l\, the Commanding Olu.r -
of :\ATTt,

The c mniendation came from
tin (tmmandmg Officer of a Navy
I'BM: I.UK' :Maintenance school at
-\stllll)i : Ore, who pointed out that
In H tit itt had just gone into
.. 1] ""P"l'rltlon \\ hen the SKY graduates!'
'" ,I rr! rn','d, "Their job," he said,. "was
'n st'tI\ P the storeroom and supply
',t t"111" and I to initiate lound Navy
,I \ 1\lion ickeepmg procedures
.rr i tin entire" school The only in-)
4fr t. S '.i innti: (%n, ti .lining, and bach,1 -
: r h und i I these" men had for accom-
)oJl 1 hll1g') this task l was the courset
,>t IJ'udlon received at let
:ukttpus:t \ School at your ( )-

"That I the men have been e
'76q r ri ria rik f r tli,in! :vati-tac ti>iin the per i-
anic "I'i their duties is a m.)Id
e. -t.ttrment.! These men have given
,,\ "I'\' m nation of hating been
I1)z ,i t t through .i most practical course oistnution
(! and of having had the
.1,antage of superior teaching;:
thl'lI\lgh.ut\ then schooling at Jack-
> n\ilK Thtir work has received
: ) I\llt1llng- but' the highest praise
10m tin Station Supfly Officers!!
,\l1d fl'oln the Department heads
"I't this si nod with whom they
r t1r .\11In\ i (mart.!
"It is a distinct pleasure for met
t t.? mnund these four men and
}hi oftiers 1 1 and instructors at your
I ','nll'I' who tt'ere responsible for
then training," the letter con-
( hId,>,!.
Im, !ul'l'l\| <'orps; and; ('BI, .
HinrII, tt "Nt'ntt, Officer.in-
< lurgi'; ;\ ,VTT(' 1)i".pen.ary.
"t,. ( 'enter i : OIK' of the forniationi NshoMii
\\ hk" was ('rPiU l by ?6
\ \11( nurnniilslii) |irc-rnteil -
a faniifiilater ballet. At
n aL ?wv a g, lilt iMittom in Inio llirlan,
,sp( .\i) ;k who pulled pvcrjthuiK
--- r-_. -,- I nut of ,the diving hook for the
( mald\ HOC: ) |Iwr.onr1)o utlli I ( muni Hiding/ N'i\al Hospital: spectators, and at right, bottom -
Who They Are, r training I lid ('\ try seat axailiMe to attend (apt Malcolm M. ('loukev ,\. are Marian and 2n(1 l I.Uut,
Here are "8ome' of the "fllNO at I N\TT(" Xanll 'co're all I the event. (.iptnin Much! \ II Deputmrnt.; ('apt' .X, H ,lack Keith xvho did some mirth-
the colorful. aquacade) staged at I took, part In the n<)iia<'ade, tvpIfjlng I rmpliasirid tint, n vear-ronn) Itradv, omminding:, 'i\ 111 Air provoking diving ..hUlt!!. Th >i
the new Indoor kwimming |pool the general training iiso I lining prugram lure would station; ('mdr. John Kahv. Y\: show was so "t-ll received-was
last "eU a. part of the! onunls- to wlixli the pool U to be put I make for Letter asii'illlts at sea r<'ntive Officer, N..\S; ( apt K. ..1hJte. so lnformatl\e as well a-s entrrt -
Kionlng ceremony wbhldi actually 'apt .1. II. Lynch, (ommaiidmg Behind him are some of the \\ Senior ( hipltin: ( Itll"| I lining:-there is a pohhibllity
put the pool into use, primarily NalethTraOn, Is shown at top spetiil guehlvtho attcndtd. Including rank T Hard, (hlef of staff, that another will be produced
for training purpose! afford t an lie addressed the |>i>rovl- ( (upt. John, J. O'I..Jlt';', NAOTC ; C'apt.illiam 1.. 1'at- early next nfonth.

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League Leaders I Running True To Form

,' ... ; .., D M.A.O.
TCen Same Following '

,I Play Last WeekSoftball .1 IIOmBLIN6J

I teams in three NATTC
leagues had an opportunity to play
last week but the seven games By Corp. \Y', M. Johnson

failed to change the standings of This Softball standing in the column .
the several league leaders. of the American league o
Two games did pull Barracks this station seems to have com,
AEMSe 14 out of the cellar position in the to a stand-still. Marines have 1
John Kithbourg,
AEM League. That outfit won win and 0 loss. We have finally
Rumors as to when the war will from Barracks 18, 5-2, moving up developed a solution to this. Tech-
end continue to fly thick and fast. to fifth place while Barracks 15 nical Sergeants Alfred Kalski and
Everybody seems to have their own was dropping one to Barracks 17, W O. Buis, along with M.A.D.
pet theory about it, One fellow 10-4 Shevock and Hughes made fans, believe we really have a good
averred that the end would come up the battery for the winning team. Well, how about it, you
in two weeks. He felt strongly Barracks 14 and Landers and :Mid- other teams, do you think you
about it, too. So much so, in fact, dleton did the honors for the los- can keep us from running up our
that he was willing: to bet a nice ing Barracks 18 win column? Contact Johnson,
piece of change. (Silly boy.) An- Both Administration and Schools ext. 798. We will meet all teams.

other one felt just as strongly thatit increased their leads in the Offi- Pfc. F. J. Slagle, our roving reporter
would be a year and a half be- cers' League, while Students and ,P I says there just isn't any*
fore the guns were quiet. It's any- Ordnance dropped farther down w..,,: ,:it'-, ',: news. So, unless you fellows get
body's guess, and everybody is the ladder. The Administration Joe Killough, Marine third baseman for the NATTO Air Raiders "hot" and get some new information .
guessing. Ask the man in the ten had to go to ten innings to ran usually be counted on to get on base-even though the Air in, you'll be without a column.
street, the sailor, the soldiertheyall capture a 13.12 decision over Stu- Raiders, up to last Friday, hadn't played a game In a month. Kll- This week we watch another
have a ready answer and dent Officers with Welch scoring lough's swat took place In the early innings of a game with Cliason's man shove off from old M.A.D. to
they're all different. Personally, the winning run. Andrews pitched Dairy last Friday; but the game never went the required time, being points west; Sgt. William F. Pen-
I HOPE to be in mufti by the for the winners, caught by French called In the first half of the third inning. Anybody want to guess niman sends his twins and wife
end of the year.. What. do..you and Blvthe.. and Saundprll nnd why it was called home and makes readY for that
Bunk?! (Don't stop plugging tho!) Clark made up the battery- -for"" the -- ---- trip Good luck, Bill -----

losers. T's Prove Their I Berkowitz Wants I Staff Sergeant George M, JlOll()-
Kenneth Fay (Chubby) Kessler, Schools copped a loosely-played I way, furlough returnee, has many_
the air brush artist, had Oscar but close contest from Ordnance, HisCoveted Belt, tales to tell of his sojourn back in _
Deakins and Bert Hemm out to 1513. Edsall, caught by Phillips, Metal In Defeat That's For Sure civilian life (out Illinois way) for
dinner one night last week. After got credit for the win, and Bres ; the past 15 days or so. These
the dinner <\dishes had been cleared and Skeel made up the losing bat- Al Berkowitz, one-time all- other guys' furloughs are killing

away and the after dinner smoke tery.AFC Still ErraticAugust Navy champion wrestler, Isn't me Oh, well, I'll get another someday
finished Mrs. Kessler got up to I strengthened its third-place re very happy these days down at ,
do the dishes. She suggested that position in the American League, his Turkish bath emporium in ---*-* -
the boys start a pinochle game or winning from Training, 7-5. Cooper 1, 194i AAP.-Climaxing the Seminole hotel.
something. Bert wouldn't hear of and Gasper were the winning a three-week layoff, which ap- Berkowltz kept his championship More About Wilson
it, he insisted they draw straws or battery, and Chabala and Byers parently had no ill effect on their belt hanging la Ms office Continued from Ten
flip a coin to determine which two pitched and caught for the losers. particular brand of play, the T Di- there; and the other day home I'age C
would get stuck with the job. He A complete description of this vision "catch as catch can" groupof one walked in, derided they His wife Is the former Alexis
did quite a lot of bragging, too, game appears elsewhere on this softballers added another brilliant wanted the belt more than Fender of Ellenton, Georgia. Like
about how good he is at washingand ,I page. defeat to their already Im- the v\\ner-or at least that's most couples, they've made their
drying dishes. He claimed Closest game of the week was pressive string, the only way the former share of post-war plans
this adeptness was developed to a played by AEM Operations and Playing on Dalmond No 1 in champ can figure it tit The Wilson, however,"says "They'renot
fine point during his college years. Advanced Ordnance, AEM win- Gnat Center, the "TV1 came belt was a very highly prized down on pAper, which mean
Well, he and Kessler lost the toss ning, 2-0 Elliott pitched for the through with five runs, to their op- possession-and as he pointedout he doesn't want to be quoted.
and Hemm drew the Job of dryingas winners and Janacek caught ponent's, the TFC Division, seven. of virtually no value to anyone The Navy? Georgia ? Wilson
Kessler washed. For a minute Sturm and Turner made up the The Technical Trainers werea i else. say "Let's" get this war

,-, or so, things went very well, then losing battery.Barracks completely rejuvenated teamIn "They couldn't even hock It," over"There with won't first be he counters.
they began to pile up. Hemm began 13 became more this encounter In fact, as the lie moaned the other day and and I a paper shortagethen
; can better
strongly ensconced in the third- first TFO batter plan on
to perspire profusely as he approached the In the same breath said he'd "
realized that Kessler, a rank ama- place niche of the AEM League, plate a remarkable change ('ameonr come through with a reward to paper.
teur, was showing him up. He began winning a forfeit from Barracks the entire team. The out- the man getting it back to him. --- --- -
to gripe and make excuses 16 who was still tied with Bar- fielders moved so far back they Two WAVES were enroute t
such as out of practice; afraid of racks 18 for top-place honors in began drawing fcubslstance, the I -":!.----- California. As their train slowed*>

breaking something, etc. Finally, that league.. Infielders___:,..__ __commenced" L_ uL diggingirrucnrs Cutie-"One .week. after my down, their car stopped opposite-
Deakins had to step in and help -- ana me opposing teamwas savor Doy-mend started going to an Orange Packing, ,Plant. "Did
him when all of the available space I issued track shoes Happy Hour, he picked up 110 you ever!" said the first WAVE.
had been covered with dishes waiting Boxing Tourney "Killer" Hesson, who cavorts pounds" "Look at that big sign-'SUN-
to be dried. Hemm was con- around and under the keystonesack Beauty-"How did he do it 1" KISSED NAVELS' must be ..
siderably upset by the incident and had his batting eye and kept Cutle-"By whistling at me." I Hollywood."
had very little to say the rest of Slated To Start the TFC infielders busy wiping -
the evening. The moral in this the blood off the ball after each of Dived
They At
might be "Don't shoot off your I his blows. It's incredible-the I Aquacade
mouth unless you' have some ammunition Monday' at t 2000There's power this lad gets behind his
," swings and next game he promises
to be even better. He's going to
be plenty of fine boxing I
use a bat.Taking.
Freddy Dau served notice on dished up to NATTC fight fans
everyone the other day, that next week when the second annual everything into consideration -
henceforth, he wanted to be knownas Center-wide boxing tournament is the "T's" played steadily R
a "Wood Technician" and NOTa staged at the open-air arena just erratic throughout the game and
"Wood Butcher." He said he off Allegheny Street are to be commended on the
was sick and tired of this "woodbutcher" Although when this was written splendid record they have established
stuff and wanted it the entry list hadn't been completed since the beginning of
knocked off. (H-m-rh-m-m, a sen- those in charge of the tournament the season. They Intend to keep % "
sitive streak-and after all these expect to have 32 fighters that record unblemished in the %
months.) Have you seen John vicing for the valuable prizes which succeeding games and if they
will go to all finalists continue to playa. they hate
Horn wash a bucketful of clothes in the tour-
with his arm in that cast? I don'tknow ney. Swank billfolds, as rare as a
how he does it-but he does. civilian zoot suit on the Center, I -* t z_
Also does his job in the AEM will go to winners in the several Softball
Mock-up shop, too. A. O. Rob- matches and runners-up will receive StandingsResults
bins, after sweating it out for a silver identification brace I ( to 6 August" ) F
couple of weeks never knowing lets.The A KM!
when, finally announced the birth first rounds of the tourney LeagueW' I.
of a bouncing boy last Sunday. will take place Monday night, beginning Bks. 16 6 2
Both the wife and the new arrivalare at 2000, and the second Bks, 18 6 2
doing well. This one is his eight matches will be staged nks. 13 4 2
second boy and his third child. Wednesday night, beginning at the Bks. 17 3 4 I
Congratulations, old man same time. The finals are set for Bks 14 1 4 .
Friday night Bks. 1 5 1 5
Fighters in virtually all the Y
Some ot the boys gave non- weight classifications have entered
swimmer! W. H. Bennett a bad time the tournament, although Orfl.l'f' League y
many of
of it last week. As you no doubt them will be putting on the W L
know, those of us who did not havea to pair off in the squared circle Administration 6 1 -' r1Lj9sYp
swimming card declaring that for the first time. Novices Schools 4 3
he had passed his aquatic tests, dominate the tournament card pre but Student 2 5)
were compelled to take the tests I they've had some excellent coach Ordnance 2 5

in the new pool last week. Some I ing the past few weeks, and are
joker started the rumor that if I expected to put on a show that will American League
you did not pass the tests devised please all the fans who turn out W L
for this pool, you're automatically for the three evening's program. AEM Operations 6 0
restricted until you do. Bennett'9 CSpA( ) Al SInibaldi, CSp (A) MarInes 1 0
cronies were all wised-up and they Bill McLaren, and Specialists (A) AFC 3 1
carried through in the same vein, Eddie Barnett and Charlie Ded- Training Division 1 4
kidding him unmercifully. The man have been working with the Adv Ordnance 1 4
DOOr e'liv believed- it and- wa.4! one men and.-, tinier____,. th...... ou,".ci-_"vision i_'-_ 01.. Av'n, Ordnance 1 4
worried sailor: When he realizedhe Lieut, (jg) William :Muir, will
had been taken for a ride he stage the three-night boxing show :National League r-1 LII
hit the overhead Boxing is a popular spectator sport
in this section, and the bleachers W L q 3.tai
Basic Elec. 5 0
no doubt
Since Len Everett began accept- the will be well filled when Turrets 5>> 3
ing orders for portraits, he has gong sounds Cooks & Bakers 3 3 -
been devoting practically all of his I -- ---l-'- Police 2 2
free time to his art. And from First child: I think there's company Phase X 2 :3 <> r '
what I've seen-it's really art. The I downstairs. PT & Welfare 1 4
young man is plenty good. His Second child: Why?
work has a finish about it that First child: I just heard Mamma Schools "

stamps it as professional. He's laugh at one of Papa's jokes, 1.o4''gueoW L ---------- --..
idealistic about it, too. Absolutely Bkj, 1)3 4 0 A couple of WeitHinullers-to-be helped entertain spectators at
will not let the work out of hU Proud Navy Father-"My wife nics, 6 3 1 the o( nlnlof the new Indoor swimming pool last week when Charles
hand until he is completely satisfied writes that the" baby? l it the! living Bks 6A 2 2 and George ;(left to right) Jett took off from the three-meter hoard,,
In every detail. It it's not image of me Bks 2 2 3Bks and performed for a few minute In the pool. They are the twin Menu
right, he will destroy it and start Mate"What do you care aa IS 2 4Biog. of Cornel, sand I'ln. O. M. Jett, the father being Ke\rutlvo Officer flt*
f* tU over again. long as he's healthy" 61. 1 t WATTC.. '