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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 1945
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Command y:


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

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i 32nd NAVY AVIATION BIRTHDAY HONORED HERE



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k" ;- Facts ,On Your 'IfTm MITCHER CITES GATES OPEN ,


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Bill Of Rights Admiral Reviews Air Show Feature 'I

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, ..... Editor's Note: Beginning ,with Our War Record; With First Open
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ntrf*,issue, the Jax Air News will ,
run a' series on the 0.1. "Bill of Makes ForecastsThe House Held HereIn

. Rights." While' the provisions of < ,
i this bill have been published many 1>\

times before, the Jax Air News 1lI carrier supremacy established honor of the thirty-second

feels that with demobilization finally in the war will be fully devotedto birthday of Naval Aviation,
.. a reality, Navy men and which is celebrated the
... said Vice today
..., women will welcome a brief, to-' y insuring the peace, personnel attached to Jacksonville -
"r. 'i \ the-point resume of the high points Admiral Marc A. Mltscher USN, Naval Air Station pause la

of this bill and other rights and Deputy Chief of Naval OperationsAir their labors to pay tribute to the '

benefits due veterans of World I' Llf k ( ), in speaking yesterday of the branch of the Navy for which '"

War II and their dependents. I 32nd anniversary of Naval Avia- they have tolled long and hard
during the war years This anniversary
By Arthur M. Greene, YJJe tion.Vice has been set aside by ,I ,

Staff Writer Admiral Mltscher, In pay order of Acting Commanding! ;:; Jj
, As one of the first thoughts a ing tribute to all Naval airmen, Officer Commander Paul E.

veteran will have after leaving the" past and present, outlined plans Emrick USN, as a day upon t
service is "What about a Job? for Naval Aviation in the post-war which the curiosity of the general .
we'll take that up in this column. n tCOMDR years. Having been commander of public can be satisfied! concerning -

If you worked for a private em- the famed Task Force 58, the Admiral the 3260-acre ndosllreIC'UIIt'd
ployer or for the Federal Govern- speaks with authority on naval ( by JAX NAS. To that
ment before the war and want I aviation in general. He said end, he has.declared "Open
your old job back, the qualifications I I PAUL E. EMRICK, station executive officer, cuts a f that he thought the following House" between the hours of
are brief and simple. The crepe ribbon across the entrance of Malnside's new Reception Center should be part of our post-war 0900 and 1700, and has ordered a
position you left must have been'I Friday to signify the formal opening of the "guest house." Mrs. T. Navy plan: I special\ program for the entertainment -

a permanent 6ne. You must have Lachman, and Mrs. Paul Lanier, hostesses, look on from the landing. carriers should be and information of sta-
completed your military service Others watching the ceremony are, left to right, Lt. Comdr. W P. 1. Aircraft of the I|t tlon visitors.
the
lose out if McGuirk of the and Welfare used to police oceans
satisfactorily (you you officer-in-charge Physical Training I The occasion marks the first
received a BCD or Dishonorable Department; Ethel M. Shanahan, Public Works, who supervised the world at all times. I time since the station opened that
Discharge). You must still be designing and interior decoration; Lt. Comdr. M. M. Nading, assist- 2. Four thousand, three hun- the people of Jacksonville and vicinity .
Continued Page ant welfare officer, who Is In charge of the new project; and Lt. dred Naval Aviators and 260 air- have had
---- ---. -.-- Two K M. Rahl. officer-in-charge of WAVES' athletics and welfare. crewmen should be trained each first-hand opportunity the tremendous to observe
------- to keep Naval Aviation a
year
School Buses To dominant factor in world peace insurance display of men and material
Reception Center necessary to train and send out to
No Labor on Labor Day; the battle fronts the pilots, air-
Begin OperationTo 3. It is estimated that at least crewmen, and ground personnel of
of To Be Station HolidayLabor Now In OperationMainside's 3000 new planes should be added our fighting Navy.
coincide with the opening next year. Air ParadeIn
school bus transportation Day, which falls next I
Florida schools, a
long-awaited
I Recep- 4. At least four new planes are addition to the many ground
schedule has once more Monday, 3 September 1945, has tion Center became
a reality Fri- under development and should be exhibits of procedures and equip
.:..ben*arranged for the convenience been designated as a holiday for day when Comdr. Paul E. Emrick, ready for action soon ment required by the Navy in its
11' 'jorihildren' living aboard this sta. the uniformed and civilian per- new station executive officer, for job of making combat teams of
.. 5. A strong aircraft industry
Wed- sonnel attached to this station,
?; $tiop. and will begin operation mally opened the "guest house" should be maintained.In men and planes, the special anni-
;;', tvesday, 5 September 1915.: Children according to an announcement with simple ribbon-cutting ceremonies versary celebration will be highlighted .
\ ,,-will;be picked up, both on and offski received early this week from paying tribute to those who by a gigantic air paradeat
,'' the station at regular bus stops Acting Commanding: Officer After snipping the gailycolored made Naval Aviation's recent victories 1000 and 1500 during which
.
announced Commander Paul E. Emrick I possible, Vice Admiral Mit-
; .:- and shelters' along crepe ribbon, the exec got his many types of planes will take off
School and st.Paul's The only exceptions to the scher remarked that the countrynow
,; :routes to Lee High first glimpse of the new center In formation and fly over the city
don't-labor-on-Labor Day rule had ample evidence of the
School. and his in the of Jacksonville. At 1030 and
I signed name num- 1530,
be those lucky people on the I debt owed to the pioneers of Naval
Bus tickets may procured are
ber one spot in the guest register. guests of the station will have an
will usual duty sections and Aviation whose skillful guidance
from the Housing Officer who holiday
Then the doors were thrown opportunity to see carrier pilots
opento
Issue tickets to all children of Na- other key operatives who can- I all hands and the project was I in the early years erected a solid practice field carrier landings atone 2
val personnel upon application in not be spared for the day. in operation. foundation upon which our war- of the station runways, the \
or either parent. Tickets time successes were fundamentally exact location
person Located in the south low- depending upon direction
wing, "j
will be good on Motor Transit "Hoosier Houseboat"Shows deck of wind at the scheduled .
of the
er Bldg. 955 Reception
Buses only on school days, and times. At 1100 and 1600 will
The Japs HowThe Center will be open from 1000 Notice to VisitorsA come
hours of
then only between the simulated bombing and
strafingattacks
to 2200 dally and Sunday. It may :
0630 and 1600 along stated routes "Hoosier Houseboat," other- be used by all hands to meet and condensed schedule of the Special upon the station by divo-
between the Naval Air Station wise known as the battleship USS entertain visiting guests and members Anniversary Program events n bomber and fighter pilots
and St. Paul's School. Indiana, has chased the Japs more of their families. Two full- printed for your convenience on page Buses! Provided
Bus for 'Lee High School will than 180,000 miles across the Pa- time hostesses will be on hand to 12 of this issue of Jar Air News. Since much of the spectacular ,
leave from the Circle, Mustin Road, cific from Guadalcanal to the look after the comfort of guests Read the schedule and plan your day.If worlc of Navy Aviation is not in

at 0755: and will proceed via Mus shores of Japan as a mainstay with and make them feel at home.In I you g" lost Ilk questions The the air, however, a limited num- >1
tin Road Yorktown Avenue, Pacific Fleet fast carrier task NAS Navy it at your service. ber of guides and buses will be ::
Roosevelt Road Lake Shore Boulevard forces since November 1942 And addition to the main room available to enable visitors to make

Bayview Boulevard (LakeShore she's never even been damaged by which is beautifully furnished, the based. the most of their sight-seeing a

School), San Juan Avenue, the enemy. establishment boasts a quiet: den I I "It is also fitting that acknowl- about the station grounds. _
Rotosevelt 'Road, Park Street, A Japanese torpedo plane, whose or stuay, a iimpact snacK bar, ana edgement should be made for the The synthetic training g devices I Inn .
thence over Route 5 to Remington pilot had no apparent intention of shower facilities for female guests. continuous cooperation which we I section will have on display the
and MacDuff, to within one block crashing into the Indiana until his The entire atmosphere is one of of Naval Aviation received from ingenious training aids which have
of Lee High School, and thence to plane was hard hit and burning, rest and comfortwith plenty of the Army Air Forces and Grounds I I given Navy pilots an edge over i iI
Post and Acosta, to within two banged Into the starboard side of soft easy-chairs for weary travel Forces throughout the war. In I their opponents in operation of
blocks of St. Paul's School. the ship during the Battle of the ers. There are a number of card joint operations such cooperationis planes, in gunnery, in mechanical
I 1
Soliedtile Arrive Main Gate at Philippine Sea. on 19 June 1944. A tables for those who desire to en- not only important, it it! vital," aids ,
gage in a quiet game. said. Publicized types of planes that ,!t
0810. small dent In the ship's side was he ;
Arrive Lake Shore School at the only mark the plane left. One While the Welfare Department Supremacy I helped to win the air-war over far- \i

08:O. man was listed as a casualtybutnot sponsored the project, and funds of carrier flung fronts-the Hellcat, the Corsair -
Arrive Park and Roosevelt at from the crash. lIe could not for the actual furnishings were Speaking Mltscher our said suprem-"It the Helldiver, the Wildcat,
,
0830. wait until the scattered parts of made available from Ship's Serv- acy, Admiral I the PBY to mention a few-wilt .
Arrive Remington and Me- the plane had cooled off, and ice profits, many other station de- was established by the ability of 'be on display with observation !
the fast carriers to stay in one
Duff (Lee High School) at 0810. burned his hands picking up hot partments pitched in to make the : ramps constructed around them ,"'j
meet and to
area, to whip and
any op-
-
Navy experts
Center hand
Arrive Post and Arosta (St. souvenirs possible. on to an- ,

Paul'H School) at 0815., 5 In 1 Day A wide, latitude is permitted in position could marshal that against enemy us.alrpower" by swer curious any and all questions asked '1
Bus for St. Paul's School will On the same day, the Indiana the choice of uniform to be worn visitors. In addition to ;
leave from the Cirele, Mustin Continued on Page Three when visiting the Center, but persons During the Okinawa campaign, the set displays of combat ships, _-1
a fleet of more than 2,000 carrier- frequent demonstrations of launch.
at 0800, and proceed via in dungarees will
Road not be admitted i
ing and
,
based aircraft was constantly beaching the big PBY
Avenue .
,
Road. Yorktown v :
Mustin
Roc welt :Road, Lake Shore The Station SceneThree available during the whole period] boats will be staged for those who< "
I like their
aircraft
Boulevard within a few miles of the battle in motion.

Boulevard(Lake Shore, Bayview School), San Juan officers, resplendently rig- Separation Center'Opens line. Whenever a strong point I Training DI\1810n In Operation I, !
Avenue Herschel Street, to Route ged in white dress, complete with held up the ground advance, a An important division of the
The United steady stream of bombers and Naval Air Station is the Naval "
3 and Park and McDuff, to within gloves nonchalantly strolling down States NaVal Sep j Air
three blocks of Lee High School, MUM tin while the rain came downin aration Center, Jacksonville fighters was close at hand await-I Technical Training Center, the i ,
with ing the call to into action place where the men of .1,
go Naval
and will continue to St. Paul's gallon! t captain Cilchrlst B. Stock-
ton *?, Commanding Officer where needed. Aviation actually receive their "

1 School.Schedule.Arrive Main Gate at Wave officer standing In broil- will )f Commissioned this morn, "The condition of constant read I I training prior to assignment to ad- ,

,_ 0315.! Ing noon day Min with arms akimbo ing fcN.o'clock. iness exemplified in the Okinawa vanced bases or to fleet billets, I P
Arrive Lake Shore School at muttering imprecations at Th''Il"larlltlon Center L Uo- campaign will be the watchwordof I I and it has been announced .'(

082S. scooter that wouldn't even .start, cate' "\building 5193 on B'r- Naval Aviation for the future," jl j Captain Commanding Officer of NATTC, ,':: !i
Arrive MrDnf and Park (Lee let alone scoot! minv'we.., betft'e- Ketjy Vice Admiral Mltscher said. "Car- that all Joseph B. Lynch, USNR ;'
and) rier supremacy, aidod by the departments will be ou
High School) at 0815. full J I: ,
Nurse going toward commissioning long range seaplanes and land- operating schedule in order to '
Arrive St. Paul's School atOM dispensary I-'. n he permit visitors to >;
!). on course full into strong river the Center will be ready td return based search planes, now represents program in action.see the training .t<;,

Full details of new bus schedules wind, trying vainly to keep stiffly Naval officers to inactive a mobile police force welch For quiet
will be covered In station mem- starched skirt Uo\vn and small I duty, and to discharge enlisted will be Naval Aviation's contribu- the Protestant meditation and Catholio and rest, 0:';'
orandum to be distributed to all \\lil.fe rap on, at the same time, personnel. tion to keeping the peace which Chap. i ;1
hand with one' hand occupied by a hook. ......---- r dt has hepled to win..* Continued OB Page Three '
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Page._-Two-- JAX AIR NEWS 30 August, 1945

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a j BuPers) HaltsApplications (;I Four Decorations. Know The Facts On Your, Gl InsuranceIf


f Given Saturday Yon Are To Collect All Benefits

I Due to present conditions, allapplications I, Four men received awards dur-t ____ .__._u __ .,----
Naval personnel who will be returning -
not yet acted upon by last Sat- I
the Bureau of Personnel for entry j i Ing Captain's inspection i to civilian Jife in increas- you are ready to make the
into the following programs are urday morning. I i ing numbers in the coming months change," the commander stated
disapproved: I The Purple Heart was awardedto I are being cautioned by Comdr. "we strongly recommend that

I Naval aviation observer, night Raymond H. Howard, BMlc, Miami Carl A. Zoller, the Navy's Insur- eventually every person discharged
returnto once Officer, about converting convert his present term policy _
torpedo radar-navigator, Fla., and to Holger J, Grun-
flight training for deselected I i their government insurance' upon at least in part, if he can not car
flight students. Wave officer can lund Cox, Foster City, Mich. The discharge. 1! ry the whole load financially .in* .'.....
didates, and medical, dental and awards were for wounds received I \'hen you leave the service," to a permanent 'type, one which .IW
'theological training.As I when the USS FREDERICK C. 1 he said, "we suggest that you de- : should prove, as the years roll by,

I individual notifications will I DAVIS was torpedoed and sunk in 1 lay converting another type of I Ito be one of the best investmentsthat
not be forwarded by the Bureauto i I policy until you can see a clear financial person will have at his com
the Atlantic.
applicants concerned, bulletin I road ahead.until you are mand."
I, board and newspaper notices are I Frank J. Mestre, Sic, San.Fran- I once again established in the bus Feature

u.s. NAVAL HOSPITALThe considered as due notification cisco Cal., received a PresidentialUnit I'i iness or professional world. Then | The term insurance can be converted -
--x---- I Citation as a member, of the I you will know what monetary burdens into ordinary life (paymentof
j without ma- for the remainder of
can assume premiums
Courses you
Natal Hospital Softball Correspondence crew of the USS BOGUE, and
terial injury to yourself or to those the insured's life), 30-pay life (pay
team has battled its way throughtwo Are Still Available Robert K. Behrends AOMlc, St. "
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tough opponents to reach the dependent upon you for support, premiums for 30 years), or 20-pay
femi-finals. The Hospital ten Correspondence courses admin- Paul l, Minn., was awarded the/ 95 Percent life pay premiums for 20 years).
pulled a major upset In the North istered by the U S. Naval Reserve Small Arms Medal for expert pistol The importance of the officer's The Government pays the cost of '
Educational Center, New shooting. counsel can be realized In the light administering the program. Other r+
Florida Softball Tourney Friday,i
ow I of the fact that about 95 cent features of this insurance the
24 August on the Lackawanna I Orleans, are still available to of-I I ], per are
Park diamond by eliminating Gibbs i ficers, including Waves, and of ttaval personnel are Insured un- loan and surrender values, and a
Shipyard 32. Walter Hambrick, I tain enlisted personnel, according I Bill Of RightsContinued der the law passed by Congress on waiver of premium in event of total -
pitcher, allowed only 4 hits and to information received this week I j 8 October 19<0, and that the av- disability.
his teammates took advantage of by the Station Educational Office. From Page One erage service person in the Navyis Under presenj: law, beneficiaries

several Shipbuilder's errors. The I' With the cessation of hostilities, |qualified to perform the duties of carrying more than $9,000 worthof receive monthly income, n\t"
the Bureau of Naval Personnel' based the
coverage. lump-sum payment on
was deadlocked until the 6th ,
score the position, and you must apply i
Inning when a hit by a Shipbuilder) has announced that it is anxious j for re-employment within 90 days I| "But no matter what may be amount of insurance carried and

and a bad throw over first by a 1 for officers to retain an active I of your' discharge. If, for some your financial condition, or whE'nt the age of the beneficial. \ .

Gibbs catcher scored the winning I participation in correspondence reason, you can not call upon your --=;:;-=- --- -..- .....
run. 1 j' courses, even though they may anticipate employer immediately, it would bea

The Naval Hospital ten and the' ice. separation from the Serv- good idea to write him and tell
Camp Blanding Medics will battle i I him when you can return'to work. P
I I Eleven the following -
courses
for place in the finals. The win- covering Keep a copy of the letter, too.
offered Nav-
Tiers will start a two out of three subjects are : Free Help
series for the championship and j igation, Ordnance and Gunnery, I Go to your Re-employment Com- I 1

the John Z. Fletcher trophy, while I Seamanship, International Law, mitteeman assigned by your local
the losers will play for the third j Naval Engineering and Electricity,. Selective Service Board if you have 3'
place, trophy. We are all pulling 'Communications, Diesel Engineer :i any difficulty. He will act as your
for the Hospital team and hopingto ,; :I ing, Navy Regulations and Customs ,- i I personal advisor If necessary, he
bring home the trophy this; and Military Law. Five! additional can obtain the assistance of the

week. courses are- available only i U S. District Courts and the Federal -
to SI( ) officers. I
District Attorney. This service -
Hospital Corpsmen and Corps- I/ Further information be ob- I
Waves celebrated Friday, 24 tt/ tained from the Educational may Office I I is rendered without cost to you.
August with a picnic and dance. I 954. I In the event that you enteredthe
Bldg.
The picnic was staged in the grove II armed forces straight from
1
south of the Corpsmen'a Quarters. -X school, and you wish to go to work f.Et yCI'It

Food, a plenty, was cooked at the I V-7 Training Is now that you have been discharged -
open fireplaces amid many laughs Now Discontinued, the U. S. Employment Service -

and plenty of smoke. Followingthe I No additional students will enter I I has 1,500 offices throughout the
picnic the party continued in I I country and extends service to 2- '
the Naval Reserve
I Midshipmen' 200 other communities. All are I 1: II.K:
the auditorium where the Naval (V-7) Program, effective 24 .
Air Station Band furnished music August, it has been announced. I ready and anxious to serve you. In t:
for the dance. The evening was a I Approximately 5,000 midshipmen each of these local offices there I
grand success and everyone who already in training as prospective is a special Veterans' Employ
enjoyed the fun wishes to thank I deck and engineering officers ment Representative to assist war I

cur program committee, Blonder I will complete their courses, i veterans find suitable jobs. They I II w ...,.. < -
and Red (Novtagurska and Mc- however The V-7 Academic veterans' families seeking employ- ,
Refresher THE MARINES
I ALWAYS LIKE a good joke even If It's on
Corkle). 1 also advise and assist members of |
i will be discontinued I
courses themftehen. And when It comes' to such a formal occasion like a
The Purple Heart Medal was within the next few weeks. : ment. If you want a Job, register I change of command, they still to inject hilarious
mange an note
presented to Van A. Kendrick at the U. S. Service
Cpl., I| An announcement Employment
regarding Here Lt. Col. Gregory \Veienberger the
I retiring skipper chit
USMCR Ray ford I* Brewer, Pvt., office nearest your home as soon .4i
the V-12 ,
I'I program is expected in proves to Lt. Col. John L. Smith, his successor, that he'g BOfju-X.; $
USMCR '
and La Verne M. Lind- after discharge as possible.
the near future. speaking" figuratively when he .1" '
leavethe
strom. Sgt., USMCR by Capt. John I/ j Civil Service new C. 0. "hohtlnEtihe% 1 j i
--X. bag ).t. Oil. Smith took over
a
officer
of
commanding iMFOTI7tBKl:
J. O'Malley (MC) USN, this past r If you were a Federal Civil ,:
Navy Smoke Maker last week.Board;. .
week. Each of these patients was :' Service employee (other than tem --- -- ,.'"...;Ij..
injured by enemy action on Iwo Highly Successful porary) wh-enyou donned uniform, i--- I t
\
Jima. I During nearly every invasion in I apply to the agency where last Set Up For I RPI I Offers: J JI

The Presidential Unit Citationwas which our naval forces participated I employed. If you satisfy the requirements ..
delivered to Paul R. SimmonsS I the order would come to "make : you are entitled to USN Applications : .
2/c USNR on 22 August. The' !smoke," and one of our most successful your former position or one of Scholarship'To
citation was presented for faithful I silent weapons would go like seniority, status, and pay. I
performance in combat in Into action. It is a special fog oil In the event that you didn't have I A board to interview and make
April, May and June 1944. generator developed by the Bureau a Civil Service Job before, but recommendations o n candidates Navy SonThe
A number of Hospital want to after dis-.j
our Corps- of Ships. get one you are
I for transfer to the regular Navy
I trustees of the RensaelaerPolytechnic
Waves enjoyed a buffet supper Actually, the smoke is lubricating charged, you will receive special '
and dance at Camp Blanding Wed- oil heated to a high temper- i consideration and preference in CI- 'I has been established by the Chiefof Institute, Troy, N, Y.,
nesday' 22 August. ': ture and sprayed out through noz vil Service examinations. This Naval Air Operational Training are offering a full 4-year tuition
Thursday evening several others :'zles. When the fine oil particles I preference also applies, under cer- ilt was announced last week. The scholarship to the son' of an officer -

attended the party that was given ': strike the air, they condense into I II tain circumstances, to wives and board convened at 0900 Monday. warrant officer, petty officer' ,
ty the crew of the carrier, the a thick white fog. Before the new widows of veterans. ji, |lor non-commissioned officer on the
USS Guadalcanal. The party was system was perfected, it was pos- I The newspapers have pointedout I As the board will meet continuously active or retired list of the Navyor
held at the U. S. O. Club at Jacksonville 'I: !sible to lay down a smoke screen : in the past week or two that Mondays through Fridaysin Marine Corps, the son of deceased -
Beach where an orchestra' simply by putting excess amountsof Job preference rights were incorporated I Building 47, all officers contemplating personnel of the above
:*.,, furnished music that was ultra oil in a ship's boiler, or by us- I' in the Selective Service transfer have nple op- 1 categories, or to the son of an officer -
line. Intermissions were filled by I ing smoke pots full of chemicals, I Act and that when the act was I portunity to get their applicationsin of the Naval Reserve on active -
visits to the long table loaded with but these methods filled the air extended this proviso was left out. proper form and to have a physical duty, according to Information
V', hors-d'oewres and everyone had a''I with soot and also had a corrosive I However, it is expected that Con- examination before reporting received by the Station Educational -
fine time. toxic effect. f gree will take action at soon as it to the board. Office.
Promotions effective in the Medical j I Now the fog oil generator oper- j reconvenes to remedy this over Heads of departments and divisions | The student selected will be
a' Corps this past month has advanced ates from the fan tail and trails sight. of the Executive Depart awarded free tuition amounting to
nine of our doctors. Those its protective cloud according to a I _-x_ __ ment are directed to pass on the $1,800 for the full 4-jear course
I> receiving promotions were: scientific pattern with various I information to all reserve officers and will enter the Institute with
. R. P. SturrMC) USNR, cmdr'l vessels laying the screen as a The Portland Socks :, under their Jurisdiction and to November 1945: class. Only an
\ W. J. :McCann (MC) USNR, team. Thus ships at anchor can | take such steps as may be necessary -; ceptional student will be consider
C. C. Heck (MC) USNR, be quickly covered by vessels 20 Weeks Straight!, to have each 1 led and the successful candidate
i,.. J. Mullen (MC) USNR, Lt. Cmdr. 1 around them.Furthermore. I jerly I equipped with pallspertinent i will be required to maintain an
H. L. Allen (MC) USNR, Lt. Cmdr. the generator has The heavy cruiser USS Portland, papers and information prior to 1 average grade of 85.
Ii.,, R. A. Towle (MC) USNR Lt. shore possibilities, such as its use hardhitting'eteran of 20 major I I appearing before the board. I Individuals on active duty who
Cmdr. R. S. Steffe (MC) USNR by BuMed for spraying DDT. Pacific operations since the Battle I I meet the above requirements ate
Lt._Cmdr. M.. J. King (MC). USNRIand _x. of the Coral Sea, has added luster I eligible to apply for this scholar-
Lt. H. N. Jones (MC) USNR. Navy Sav-Old to her outstanding war record!' byoperating j; Sinking Ship Takes 1 I ship. Further information may be
Other promotions included: Lt. continuously for more Kamikaze AccoladeThe I obtained from the Station Educational -
Cmdr. L. M. Cole (Chc) USNR. Lt. I Lumber For Re-Use than 20 weeks In Philippine com 'I ,j i Office, Building 954.
(Jg) Ann O'Connell (NC) USNR, Naval establishments in the bat areas_without time out for high speed transport usa i I --X---:
Lt. (Jg) Mary Murphy (NC) t United States salvaged 8,600,000 repairs to the ship or recreationfor Barry, honored veteran of the Squadron 83 and 97
USNR, Lt. (Jg) Marjella Stone board feet of lumber in one the crew. ; grueling North Atlantic Uboatwar
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NC) USNR and Lt. (Jg) Frances month of operations, and this fig- During this five-months cam- lost the last battle of her 25'I II Back From Okinawa
C. Thomas (NC) USNR. ure represents only lumber which paign, from 12 October 1944 to 11'I years career to a Jap suicide I I I Navy Composite Squadrons 83
Detached this pad week were: has been returned to constructive March 1945, the ..Vrtland participated :,. plane off Okinawa, but rose literally and 9T, both veterans of the rugged -
Lt. T, N. Russell (HC) USN, Lt. I effectively in the Leyte I from her ship graveyard to I Iwo:and Okinawa campaign,
Aileen Lahr (NC) USNR, Lt. (Jg) use.Since lumber is one of our most landings, Battle ,I' Surigao Strait, take one more Kamikaze with her! have returned to the States for
,, Jeannette Ramsey (NC) USNR, critical materials, all Naval establishments carrier strikes on Luzon airfields |I The tough little Barry was pa- leave and reassignment, it was
Lt. (Jg) Mary Hrutkay (INC) are cooperating in mak- and Visayan shipping, Leyte Gulf trolling 35 miles northwest of Okinawa revealed this week.Eightythree's .
USNR, Lt. (Jg) Marguerite Durn- ing every effort to salvage it. At patrol, Mindora landing, Lingayen early on May 25 1945, when ) fliers are also
r wald (NC) USNR, Lt. (Jg) Teresa Treasure Island, for instance, Gulf invasion and the assault on the suiciders attacked. The Bar- credited with driving Jap subs
Griffin (NC) USNR, Lt. (Jg) Grace such lumber was used to constructtwo Corregidor in Manila Bay.. I. ry's gunners shot down one, but from the San Francisco-Honolulu
Garrison (NC) USNR, Lt. (Jg) training ships, while at NAS, The, battle record of, \He Port- the second crashed into the ship sea lanes last Fall. Composite 97 .
Josephine Divita, (NC) USNR Lt. Alameda, old boxes were rebuilt land, 'through 1 March 1945, includes at the waterline. Later, though amassed more than 1,400 combat
Jg) Margaret Warren (NC) into serviceable bombing targets. : Two Japanese .destroyerssunl she was still afloat, the vessel misions during its five months of
USNR, Lt. (Jg) Catherine Tink- ; and one cruiser and one bat- was considered to be unfit for repair Western Pacific operations. Both
ham (NC) USNR, Lt. (Jg) Frances USNR. >Lorna flames PhM 3/c tlenftip damaged in the Third Battle and was decommissioned. equaclrons flew Wildcat fighter
K Londregan (NC) USNR, Lt. (Jg) USNR want on final leave 24 of Savo Island, 13 November I Immediately after the decommissioning and Avenger torpedo bombers
? Antonina von Bretzel (NC) USN, 'August. S%e will Join her husband 1042; assists in sinking two battleships ceremony, the Barry I from Casablanca-class escort car
1 Ens. Barbara Haviland (NC) } who haS Just returned from : and two destroyers, and was towed to sea. A few miles out, I riers.
USNR, Ens. June Ballard (NC) overseas. < damage to one heavy cruiser, in In full daylight, a Kamikaze roar-
USNR Ens. Lois Butler (NC) Importing ihU week were: Lt. the Battle of Surigao Strait, 25 I j ed out of the sun to destroy him Japan's "new, order In the Far
t USNR, Ens June Beatty (NC) J. B. Callat-anVMC) USN, Lt JohnE. October 1944. She also destroyed II IIf self in the sinking Barry, and Incidentally I East" was announced in 193S by
USNR, Ens. Marion Thomas (NC) Dumas (II C) USN and Lt (Jg) 18 enemy aircraft. I I II to give a gallant ship Prince Fumlmaro' Konoe, three-
USNR and Dave Mahoney CPhM Charles K. Garverlck (HC) USN.(']I f --X_.._ 1 a gallant finish! j time premier of Japan.

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Bid! E*. Hit Four I Civilian EmployeesSay 1

Times.NowBack Thanks ,for Chow i : Y'tr i

I Captain A. R. Brady was highly 1
Sunk six times by Japanese gratified recently to receive the ,

claim the USS Enterprise is still following expression of appreciation -i [
afloat. ,j from a civilian employee

'The fightingest! carrier in the 4 group: I r rI rTIiERE
fleet" has accounted for 911 Jap 17 August, 1915.

aircraft. 71 enemy ships, and another I "The Civilian Inspectors of the
192 damaged! or probably I Accessories Metal and Machine :I I

r sunk. While accumulating 18 of ]j Unit have instructed their Shop,

22 possible combat stars for car- Committee to convey to the Commanding I II 'S AN AWFUL LOT of
riers in the Pacific area, the gal- Officer their appreciation
national talk about reconversion
lant flat-top steamed more than and thanks for the facilities
275.000: miles. ,the equivalent of j I extended to them during the i and employment going on. papers

12 times around the world at the cent shutdown of the civilian and radio full of it. From here,

equator .in pursuit of the enemy. I teria. re-I I though, it looks as if all the wheelsare
Although her log is practicallya 1 "All hands agree that the I
just going to stop turning for ii
summary of the naval war In the ice could not have been improved I GUESTS AT THE NEW
Pacific from the dark days of 7 upon. The courtesy shown by the the next few months as the first MAINSIDE RECEPTION-,

December ,10il through the tide- 1 Navy personnel handling this as- discharges come from the serviceto ter on opening day lost no time i l
turning! at :Midway and Guadalcanal kgignment has been the source of home again. You can ask any .
in
In
getting comfortable. the !
nothing was tougher than the much favorable comment through- soldier, sailor, Wave or Wac what i -L\\
last 19 action-packed months take j out this department." the plans are, and invariably the top photo a group of officers :
ing her through the bloody vic- Ruth C. Ralsch answer will be "I'm going to spendthe chat over a cool coke. Center :

tory at Okinawa. Member Shop Committee. first month sleeping the sec- I photo, Comdr. Emrick signs the
Part of "58" I -__x_,-_ ond eating the third pitching a
guest register as the number
one
During the last two months of biff! (but very big! ) liberty and I
this latter campaign as part of Atlantic Harbori then maybe I'll start thinking: visitor. Lowerenlisted men and

Vice Admiral Marc Mitscher's Measures Relaxed about what next." You see ? First I I guests enjoy their surroundingsand !

famed Task Force 58. the Enter- i couple of months, we're all goingto talk over; the new gatherIng .
prise was hit four times Twice I I Harbor protective measures have be in the sack; Second month, tZa4r
she retired for temporary repairsat been relaxed by the Navy at 13 rationing will probably have to place. .

a nearby base Then on the I Atlantic ports from Maine to Trinidad come back to tae care of all the }

morning of 14 May 1915: a bomb- .I where harbor entrance con, home-cooked chow we're going to .- -
(. :'" laden Jap plane crashed into the 'I trol posts have been discontinued, !'stowaway. Third month ,well the

forward part of the giant ship'sflight I I it was officially revealed this I spigot spots and play palaces J

deck. I I! week. I should be duly warned!
The resulting explosion blew her The posts wartime harbor NACIIEKLY THE TALK GOES:
forward elevator cleanly out of its' !guardians, were disestablished after i ON around here, tnoo. There is ,
well and more than 100 feet in the : ceraln Atlantic coastal defenses! much interest the possibilitiesof M

air, as wt'li. as causing a sizeable :, no longer were regarded essential the GI Bill, and discussions wax
bulge in the flight deck. Reluc- ; to national security. Harbor entrance furiously as to the relative meritsof

tantly, the Enterprise withdrew control posts direct all traffic the old job versus a new job
from action. The ship was due for in harbor channels and maintain I versus going back to school. Most
overhaul anyway so it returnedto radar guards and .underwater general wail is "Oonoh I wish I'd
the States sound detection devices started saving my dough sooner

-x. _,x_ __ thought for sure I'd have at least

10 Nazi Big Shots USS Trains another year to salt it away!" 1
'I Wyoming :MOST OF Till: VAS': SEEMon ;

Named for War Trials Anti-Aircraft CrewsThe the surface at least, to be dis-
inclined to go back to their old
Frankfurt (CNS-Ten) Nazi big ex-battleship USS Wyoming i \
jobs. Many want to continue in
shots will be the first defendants keel ,
in second oldest battleship some kind of work which they ._ ., .......
war crimes trials In September. the U. S. Navy used -
In
in service ] --- -- -
11 latched on to for the first time in
They are Goering. ex-air minister ammunition |
Ribbentrop former foreign minister ; more than any anti-aircraft other ship in World War the Navy. There is something dull Halsey and Spruance Officers May Now
in the old picture now and the old
; Von Papen former ambassador Two but she has never fired a Apply for Supply
( routine isn't exactly appealing. Bossed Same Fleet
to Turkey and Austria; Alfred shot at the enemy nor left the i
Rosenberg, administrator of Germanoccupied .. safety of Chesapeake Bay for There is a general l attitude in some Washington (CNS-The 3rd Corps Transfer
toward __
adventure of
Russia j groups Reserve and temporary officer
Field
; Mar than three
more years Fleet and the :5th Fleet were reallythe
to break into
shal Keitel, chief of the Army High This once-mighty battleship, wanting something of the line as well as staff corps
Command; Dr. Robert Ley, head of which as a member of the new of desire to try a new field or same, but the first designationi I may now submit application for
the Labor Front; Stretcher No. 1 I I ih Grand Fleet in World War Brit-I at least a new angle on the old field 'i was used when Adm. Halsey was appointment to the Supply Corps,

Jew-baiter; Arthur Seyss-Inquart, participated in the when they get back into civvies. in command, and the second was I it has been announced via AINav.
former commissioner for Austria the German High Seas Fleet at I The chief appeal point in the prewar Officers with appropriate back-
in
used when Adm. was
and the I deal ta that of SC'urityif) Spruance grounds for Supply Corps duty by
Netherlands; Karl Hermann Sea pa }O IVnow is shorn of her I
Frank, "protector" of Czechoslovakia 12-Inch guns and outfitted with the I they go back to the old job in the charge says the Navy. Likewise reason of college training. Navy

; and Col. Gen Gustav very latest antiaircraft equipment. old town, they know what to expect ,. Task Force 38. headed by Adm, : experience or previous civilian oc
Jodl. former chief of the joint'I' She is now classified as an auxili It will be familiar routine, Mitscher was identical with Task cupation are eligible Officers ac-
general staff. ary-miscellaneous vessel. \ with no necessity for learning new I, Force 58, except that its chief was cepted will receive adequate special -

----- -- Since March 1942, more than angles, for striving to get re.es.I'Adm. McCain. On its final en training for Supply Corps duties -
I 35.000 officers and men of the tablished. For some, this prospect' gagement, the fleet consisted of .
NATS Planes Provide : fleet have received anti-aircraft i means a kind of personal peace, a 133 combat vessels including 9 x __ ,_

Plate training aboard her. More than 1'-1 I restfulness; for some it connotesa battleships, 20 big carriers, 1500 Lone Destroyer Gets
'Sky Special'SEAL. 700,000 rounds of ammunition have kind of retrogression or stagna carrier-based planes and 23 Brit '
( tion. Yes the 6 Japs In 13 MinutesFive
now been expended through her seven many are words ish warships.
port a "sky plate" for feedingservice different kinds of anti-aircraft flowing freely about the barracks'' -------a.-------, Jap suicide planes were destroyed -

personnel on overseas guns. All of this training has been these days, with most of the varied I' You Just Must Get One and a sixth crippled and
flights! The novel system features I accomplished without a single per. arguments going in a pattern I probably eliminated by a lone destroyer .
vlill balanced meals "locked" In : sonnel casualty. that circles round and round and I New York (CN>)-For all you escort, the USS John C.

disposable plates which are flash x finally comes right back to the nostalgic fellows who will want i Butler during 13 minutes of furious t
frozen and shipped by reefer (refrigerator I New York SEA).- Dr.. John starting point. Everybody feels a something to remember the Army action in the Okinawa ca'.. 1
) vessels to Hawaii and Ray Dunning Columbia University certain hesitation about coming to'' by after discharge here's just the paign.

Guam. scientist who helped design the any definite decision for after all, I i thing: a sterling silver money clip : Several members of the destroy.
Before chow time aboard the atomic bomb can't stand the noise we are still in the Navy, and we with a place to snap on one of your er escort's crew suffered only cuts
plane, the meal are placed In alight of an alarm clock. He has riggedup are still wearing! that Navy blue. i dog tags. | and bruises. Antennae were clipped -
thermostatically controlledoven a gadget that turns on the radioin SPEAKING: OF NAVY BLUE,1 The jeweler selling! it advertisesthat by two of the doomed attackers .
for about 15 minutes, and the morning so he will awakento it might be well to warn the nation the dog! tag is "so importanta as they sped to destructionin
served up piping hot. soft music right now that we're going V i part of (the vet's) life in the the sea. '
-- break out into the wildest rash of service that most men will wantto ad' --

I color in the history of the clothing I keep it as a lucky pocket Jap Balloon Bombs I'
COMMERCIAL
... BULLETINSFOR industry! Having been restricted j piece, as lifelong memento, as ,
f A- the two colors s\t. Kin"'A" A R..I permanent identification and for ; Flopped as WeaponsSeattle
(
SALE I Officer leaving Jarknonnlle de.ire. t..ell I j <5,95 too!
gray for lo, these many l long its utility value. Only $ ,
Royal typewriter about 14 year oM." equitv inroom bungalow F.II.A. (CXS)-Landing from )
months all feminine '- -
loan instincts
,
IN condition, been on balance Near Mammde. Immediate > turn i Alaska to 230 r
good just overhauled Mexico Jap balloon
.... .. ;
fU. 310DA Norman St., Dewey Park.. '0. ". LI. R. p. Galian.. J7SI strongly toward the glorious pos- bombs struck in the Western
Bayview Ave Gates Open Today
sibilities of the morrow. You can
layered Wagon non-lrailer, good tire, Hemisphere. Only one caused casualties
geed condition and complete rnmhcd.. '17 Pontiac 4 new fires, radio. and heal-, expect an hing In the way of Continued From Pago One when 6 people examining I II
"ISO ea.h. Walter Plr...,". Shady Oak.. or. good condition. ''''. (all after t weird variety right up to and including els located at the corner of: BirI 'I it !In Oregon were killed. Several \
P. M.. Ml W, church St., *, for Jacob's
Trailer Camp, Orange Pa. a coat. One gal's '
Wightman. I mingham and Mustin Roads will ,alighted near the atomic bomb
New roadman ......tu. .......t run over I dream dish included a red blouse, be open for inspection, with guide I I Hanford Wash., one 1\
il mile. It0. Commander; Shag. Bid. 'II Standard Chevrolet ('o.,.. SISI. Call yellow skirt, and purple shoes. La- service provided and a short pro- knocking down a power line and
Sal Tel. SMS.T after. t P. M. 131 W. Church St., Howard ter the purple was dropped for its i gram of organ music arranged for I briefly halting work there An. ,

l-d or *.d.... US h.,. Ford V-. food faint similarity to black and green 1200. I other landed as far East as Michi. f
at tire. and engine. fist ...10. JMIA Dewey I living room and "kitchen' ..t. S week. of substituted. It won't be that bad I! The Flier football squad of: 1945 I gan. A huge number must have '
Fark. HI'ion' Ace old. flil. Chief. tllro'..... Dial 714. course but that gives you an will hold special morning and att- dropped into the Pacific As a \

7 ft. "hand-built .....ho.t. complete with idea of the color hunger running ernoon workouts on Mason Field, |II war weapon, the balloons which ?
art and I lock*. Ideal) for fishing Call Combination. radio-phonograph. Emerson : rampant right About now. in order that the athletic-minded carried 4 incendiaries and one frog *
Tel. _t*3H make.. 141 table model Firellentcondition. AND YET STRANGELY '
KI'PP. M el. StTI NormanSt.
of this season's bomb were a flop.
... get a preview
t R. A. may
C'k. ISse HedIcy
., Dewey Park. ENOUGH for all
our rejoicing and I' J .. 1
Terrace or call 87. i grid sport. -
'u Ford touring ear A-t condition mar planning, there is a peculiar tinge I As a practical contribution to Hoosier Houseboat r;
i ho seen at Davis Trailer ('amp, Yukon. '11 Plymouth, 4-door Sedan. Can .b* wen of regret in the thought of puttingoff the comfort of guests, medical '(
,. J. Terry, S;U It after tiJO.frm at 1104 Alleghanv St., XAS or call those blues for good. We have will be stationed about' Continued from Page 1
, Kit. 3iJ after 4)30. worn them with corpsmen received credit for downing rive }
ho..e, eba.' to air respect and pride. the station to care for persons who :
I over hollow' tile, hardwood:; 'ii't steel T-piec Blond California atvl. .bedroom They stood as a badge of service. be Injured or overcome by Jap planes. Another plane which
easement windowi.I tiU fill*--hath anddramhoard. aet. .1...... new, HIS. Metal ...d. They were comfortable. Most of I may cafeteria had been hit tried a suicide dive
and the civilian
I fireplace, .built-in garage mahogany cheat. 125. HUB Child St., us felt trim, neat, and well turned. heat, I on the ship after missing with Its
t with matd'a toilet large corner lot. N.A.S. located adjacent to the Assembly "
fenced back yard gust hos.-.l1" .by out in them. We grew very tired and Repair Shops will be open for bomb load. Antiaircraft fire tore
. IS', Trice includes electric hot water Complete .......'.1 of furnitureCall of the monotony of them, yes_ I the sale of sandwiches and soft a wing off during the run and the
t blind, allcirculatingheater between 180 and III*. 1J11-IJ .
healer Venetian Hancock.Godfrey but Just the same plane hit in the water close aboard.
we shall
electric .tore and refrigerator.nahoganr AOMJf.SI ? put drinks between 0900 and 1700, with
dining suite e.n.i.tlng .f I them away with dignity and c$.re,1 I regular lunches being served between Parts of the plane and oil were
pdetal-drop-lea table, an chain, ...,. ft. Aato-'raiser i Homo Trailer, e<. as symbol of a time when we were 1230 and 1430.<< strewn about the battlewagon.
oar china cabinet. ST.NIA. n.tltltI each, cellent condition. Air Brake. |(*(. S.. willing to be Navy Instead Although she has participated
( ... time on balance. Call 3-031. Mr. Trirnhl at Davis Trailer C'amp, of individuals Although the gates are open and In ln. 1
seven major bombardments
when
Yukon. or contact Trimble, AFM3c, self was secondary usual station restrictions are suspended
o .It Model "74" Harler-Datidton motorcrrle. Phaoa I, A EM School.WANTrD!. to country, when what we wore I I I during the big birthday eluding the first heavy surface
In very gnend running condition.SIM. : was not as important as how we'' party certain rules must remainin ship bombardment of Hanshu the
See Ben Schmechel :Sic Shop It*. Small furninhed apartment near Naval wore it. Most of us wore our I effect for the safety of main island of Japan, in World
both Air Station preferably" In Ortega, Fair- personnel
Bob Salerno OMS. Shop 741. .
"9T R" Shift After working. hour In upper far Manor or Avondale Will consider blues with pride; in spite of all and the security of the station. War II, she has had only one return t
"0" small dorm. renting garage apartment or email home, our words to the contrary, in our Guests will not be permitted to to the States since joining the
N. children or pet. (;..,.n'.. eicel- hearts still Pacific Fleet late in 1942-for roU4tine
living room .site, cheat of drawer. 4 i lent care. Permanent duly. Call Grt...., they represent some visit the magazine area the trans overhaul. I.
kitchen chair. ale o grey with silver chief yeoman crowwornnee. now and always. and certain portions of the --.-
.. Top coat, practically new, .4i' ST.ItSlT ,.. box or rtfrlgeHunter alor. Call Lt. (jg) -'x' Assembly and Repairs Shops and A sensible girl U not so sensibleas ,
St..' N.A.3. 1(71.
Hancock Japan signed the Anti-Comin- they will not be permitted to bring she looks because a sensible gal ,
4l' Plymouth. '. Super-deloee convertiblero / .. Ride to Ohio for officer wife and tern Tact with Germany on 25 November aboard whisky beer, 'cameras, fire- has more sense than to go around '
.. _radio, .beater I'la. tag. LI.l'.d. grown daughter around I Sept Call Lt. 1038. or looking sensible.
... Law., Bid.. 7.S ec tall "38. Comdr. IrwinEd; !, 117. arms pets.

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1' J"A -:fWlufs 1 Father and Son (Royal Version)

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Editorial Office '
1 Oftk-e Annex Bide. 954 Q r
Telephone E*tee.ICI. &MS
The JAX AIR NEWS II p-b.ished k.y. at the C. S.
Nv l Air station, J ck cn\je.: tic\Ida. iy true Office cf
I 1'ithUe luformtluiii kt no eapenae lo the tat eminent and n
ce Iianct with Secnav Clrtumr Letter 45-536 'A Ma.iC
Cipat. are iUultMjtfd tree of tn e Naval' / All feohtSoil rraJnlisc Center U e "Distinguished Service"By
JTrMtmatlrrt of the 1\a"al l Air Operational Training Com- 6
ratstead, Natal; Auxiliary Air Station Green Core Springe.Auxiliary ...
riaiai Air Station Cecil: Field, the Naval ArQanciet. Lucian .A. Hfbert,
Starwi. the U. S. lionpt tai. the Natal l AtaxMir .ems salt
Natal
Alf Staih/n n t JNtc.ai.: and the Na al Auaita.y'., Chaplain, lloopltal
Jiit tMa".bu-'- t.&. L. J. AmWr, a. Acting Lot:"...' .w.
During the last four years, all of us, on
Rear Admiral Ralph E. Dat1oa. CSS S w enumerable occasions have heard on the radio
vWm -
Out of Natal Air OperUor.ai Tr&1D.l.llcc.l1Wn
W or read in weekly I periodicals or the daily'}
Anthony R. Bra",. CSN number of in
A the
Commanding Officer press, of large men our
Jackauav1lle Natal' All Station: armed forces who have been awarded with

Captain Joftpft B. Lynch. L'SNRCootnttntflni the Distinguished Service Cross or the Medalof

Natal Air Technical Training Officer Center: Honor for naving acquitted themselves ex-
ceptionally! on battlefields, in the air, andon
Captain John J. O UUey (MC), VSM: .
Commanding OfficerU. 10 t3T "R.. !bil ""' the sea, by some HerOIC act "beyond' and

< S. Natal HotpltaCclenel i IXTRODt'CTlNG EMPEROR llinOIIITO in ceremonial garb. above the call of duty."

Martin ". Kelletver. CSMC (Ret) the scourge of this generation, and right his ton Crown Prince These lines are a plea for more Christiansto
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Commanding-tUnne Brrcki Officer i Akhito, aged 11, who will aot be the scourge of the next generation. distinguish themselves "beyond and above
i I The citizens of the Cn.itaUons have determined the future of the call of to the end that
Commander CdM:;; ;.. DoJeetk. CSX: ,j ibolh. duty, we might
Commanding Officer 1 I -- keep the peace by the practice of the justice
I Naval" Air Cunnej School I : TugbJ b- I, and the charity of Christ. Better lives will

Commander rant I.Officer Corbln. CSN Citizenship A i: give us a better world. As Washington

Natal Auxiliary Command Air fetation. Gieta Cote Spurge I "Victory in this war was achieved through the teamworkof monument is built of blocks of stone so is a I

a Commander Howard E. Born CSNComnundlnt the civilian populations and the military forces of all the nation built of individual If those blocks

Naval Auxltuuy Air station.Officer Cecil Field j United Nations, working together toward the defeat of those of stone should be unsound the whole monument ,
I would be in danger of collapse. In the
governments which threatened freedom in the world.
Commander Salem A. Nan Etery, Jr.. CSN
Commanding I Olll<*( Admiral Ernest J. King made this statement in a radio same way, if individuals of a nation are unsound -
Natal Auxiliary Air Station Municipal No. 1j in the practice of justice and in
broadcast peace
shortly after the announcement was flashed to the
!I Commander JSHuhn.: t'SNR their lives that nation .itself
personal will
Commanding Officer world that the Japs had quit. We think the statement i is:
f Natal Auxiliary Air Station, Hay port strong. We have studied it carefully, and we believe thatno fall far" short of keeping "a just and lasting

Uut. CoL William T, Evans. USMC (Ret.) better summary of the struggle for victory could have peace.
Commanding Aviation Detachment OfficerMarine I been reached in a thousand fancy words than are containedin One way for all Christians to contributeto
f a peaceful world i is by living more heroic
the '
Service plain talk of this one s.entence.'ictor in this war
The JAN AIR NEWS recehei Camp Newspaper'
and Ship's fcditvrlal Association. mlalc.'h.l. Republication was achieved through the teamwork of the civilian popula- Christian lives The practice of Christianity _

; tit War> credited Department matter;XA prohibited E. 4lnd: without!St.. S.Y.C.pet.milllliun or SEA.of Wain-CNS tions and the military forces of all the United Nations. totallis not a burden ; it is a boon : it is

tr>K,,>n 25. D. C Republication of any other matter At the time of crisis in a country, should the government I, the way to real soul-j>eace and happiness
\III piohlbited without!
tk<*f>l by certir publlratloni. The of all
surfeiting human
J.-nI..ic.ln of Editor. JAX AIR NEt- S._ require it, the citizens must be willing to sacrifice both their our appetite
property and themselves ; it is at this time that the individualhas may give pleasure, but it never produces happiness -

Vets Will Get First Call his chance to pay back his government for its guaranteeof which is the very object of humanlife. I'

life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for him and his: Too manyof us fear that if we serve:
children.If God we must have naught besides. Christianity -
On Civil Service Jobs has not been tried and found
the citizen is willing to risk his property but not his wanting ;
Washington (CNS)-Receipts of applica- person when the call comes, then he as an individual is decadent it has been found difficult and not tried. Hate !
I If if the entire people share this then the has failed ; let us try love-not the Hollywood
tions for Federal jobs from persons who are i ; attitude, country brand
is but the kind lived by Christ. The next
decadent. You can't pay somebody else to do your ditty J
riot veterans or have not worked for the govtrnment time have
you an occasion to evaluate
or dangerous work for you in this,\\orld or in.any other world. )'Oll1'neighhor
f before have been stopped in Wash- The citizens of ancient Athens and Home: discovered this ( regardless of who or what he is) j

ington. truth ; the citizens of modern France discovered it. All three speak of the little virtue you find in him and
.
say. nnthinrt' nr .hit.... miztakea, and (....It..... .... i
This means that-frorp now onexer : came upon the conclusion a little late, and all learned the .uu. un i{
icemen are going to get first call on all Ch'jJf'en' | hard way, but they learned. will then be keeping the peace and preventing

<:e jobs "The Federal Government asan | That's what Admiral King tells us when he refers to"teamwork" war. .
between civilian! populations and military forces.
employer, the Civil Service Commissionhas I I We, in this country, have not refused to put our persons: on
announced "must set the example in providing : the line. We've bought our bonds and paid our taxes and 1

f the members of the armed forces with t given our blood and contributed to causes ; but we've also

f the maximum possible opportunities in em- turned to when it was our time to relieve somebody in a gun-

ployment., tub at a throttle, or behind a lathe in an AandshoJI.: Srrtirr. Ut uad.t.. :o."plO'htl.r f, 19151'roteataat
Here at Jax, we have seen tremendous activity during the < h.prlummunlon
past three and know what effort and O ifs) dn ';hdputn F W Andrew
years, we sweat arrr ,
(Sal J B IK Set 'ic.Clupirfin Lt D vld.on J
: Post-War Job Prospects I required to do our part of the Naval Aviation job. But maybe Ci.aAr'I't' =Sctire, "lupuin E. \\'. Andrewi preach- 'I 1

f-- i we sometimes forget that the ships and planes sent out fw'J Inn>un
Not So Bad, Says NAM I from this and other key points are empty and meaningless JOiS)'--General t. s. :Nmal Dhlne Ho
unless they are manned by American pi such Communion., .
men, supported by other
\tW York (CNS)-The post-war unemployment 2 J-Chol.IIHn science Si\Ice-!Small Chapel
I American men and women ashore-the citizens of the United 1:")- "n ke Hen'a ChiUtluii'
picture i i.' n't so bad Ira Mosher, Porler. UIiIlUt--Crwploln H. X
States who asked do
were to
a job.
president of the National Association of
This is not the time for back-slapping and self-congratu- Catholic ('hapf'11 )hlIn Head sad
Manufacturers, says. Most of those laid off oo.lOI..u, lrmlD''am AuBU'
will i lation because we have helped to win a war; despite the talk OS.IO-.tolsOi! ,
'. ln-tause: of termination of war contracts: 1
of discharge points and that peace-time job, we aren't finisheduntil OI.IUliI"\ ,
t l 1- quickly! : absorbed under reconversion, and 1100- 1".1I
.' Cl !'i of war factories will have no particular ; somebody comes around to tell us that we can take off I 1iW-MIIII
the uniform the Cliri.tlan'' !-ri..DCO Service Mn.lln Road] mad Uirmtnh
reconversion problem, he declared. or dungarees. But it's not too soon to report "\.DU.. m I
that from where we sit, it looks as though the American 1100-.-nwll. chapel.
1-alUr hay :MIDI. Small Chapel ef MuitU tad
ronn
people know )how to be citizens. Hiriiiinilmin.

Jax Airing Our ViewsThe Admiral King finished his remarks this "The mis- 1905-MUIUJ! meetingVe. <1neida. >).
way: 1..I.h ".III..ut .erticra i aud ... ......" '.
sion of the post-war Navy will be to contribute to sustaining tjlddy. 1815-Miull CIt"' pcl: *lu.Un Pna

radio says the Jap pilot boat due to the peace of the world, to maintain the security welfare and Tuesday IIlo1ln.ld.HW-lMO-Chaplalm: : Office :\ lllimln&haml|| )_ ,

lead our fleet into Tokyo Hay got its signals prestige of our country, and insure respect for the I peaceful Tuesday l'\MS;. 17W2JO-.Chaplaln'a Office. '.. j

mixed and spent a whole day cruising back policies of the United States. I know that you will carry i Flrt 'ihui day. of each month 1700-:830: Chaplain' Ot- .
fire NAAs
and forth alone. No doubt they figured too out this mission as efficiently, loyally, and unselfishly! as you Second Thuiiiljy Green' of Cure each Spilng month 1630-1800, Reading
it was the )last free ride because when our have !served thus far." Thud Room.'1'hutaday IsAAS,lf M*>'poit.

\boys !showed up, there'd be neither time nor That's all. Our Chief tells us that we have done our :Nol: <>: N" mi.ioiIn each month P"aIf..n 1300-16.10.( !!..,. Area Chapel) JX '...::1"
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space nor craft for them to go chugging, job, and that he knows he can count on us if he needs us again _

around in the front pond.Everybody i Navy Radio Schedule

is confused about the discharge This Is What World War II CostIn FODAV

business The war ended so suddenly "First Line"WMDR (CBS), 2200-2230\

that we are caught like a diver all set to flipA Lives, Money, Future Debts I'Id DAY *

fancy one from the high board and then "U. S. Marine Band" WJAX (NBC) 1300-1330.
discovering\ the j pool has no water in it anymore Uy Ship's Editorial Association "Navy News"-WJAX,.1750-1&00-
American casualties of this war exceed 1,000,000, com- SATOIDAV

-- pared with 231,000; of "'orld'ar I, according to latest War
"Your Marine Corps' WMBU (CBS) 1500.1 30.a'Y .
and
I Classic) definition of a sailor comes! from XaDepartments figures. ":\ Hour"-WJ AX (NBC), 200-2100:;
I a VWst Coast naval base: To the government Total Allied dead in both European and Pacific theatres SUNDAY

, he is' manpower; to the admiral, he i is is more than 7..V21,000; : including 1,500,000 Chinese, at least

\ : expendable) ; to the doctors he is! a potential) 5,300,000 Russians!l. 337,000' ) British and 33,000' Frt'l1l'h.rar "Bluejacket Choir"-WMBR (CBS-), 11051130MONDAY

casualty ; to the storekeeper he is a pay account .. Department figures estimate 11,000,000 enemy and Allied

; to the yeoman he is just another service dead in Europe. "U. S. Navy Band"-\VJAX (NBC), 13001330"Bill .

i record to be kept ; to the personnel officerhe Cost of the: war is now more than $300 billion, 10 times Nalle"WMBK" 1545-1600

} is just part of a complement ; to the chap- the cost of the last war and nearly twice .is great as all U. S. "Meet"Navy Your New -WJAX. 1750-lbOO

lain he is a soul to save and a mind to set at government expenditures and all wars from 178J through Na\'y"-\\'PDQ (ABC), 2100-2130

4, case; to the section 1 leader he i is a goldbrick ; 1910. TUESDAY" S

and to the galley slave he i is a how hound. The $300 billion figure of this war does not include the "Bobby Doyle"-WJAX, 1815-1830

Hut to his' family, he's the shining exampleof veteran costs, estimated to average $3 billion a year for the \\EDNKfiDAY

an American pallor.-Lakthurst' Ain llip. I I next ten years. I "Navy Ntw "-WJAX, 17 0-180o.




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MAINSIDE


WERE WE

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f?' PRES NTSMAINSIDE'MOVIES





r THURSDAY 4\I--;


N "JIMMY STEPS OUT," a favorite of yesteryears starring Carole /
Lombard. James Stewart, and Paulette Goddard. 1300-1700 (Mason
k Field 2030).
:FRIDAY

',: "TELL IT TO A STAR," a swanky comedy with sunny Florida for
J.:,..{.. It's locale. Ruth Terry, Robert Livingston Alan Mowbray and Frank- +lr I i ia

Pangborn have the principal roles. 1300-1700-1930. tl I -,

SATURDAY A SUNDAY

"UNCLE HARRY," a mystery drama starring George Sanders ift T
Geraldine Fitzgerald and Ella Raines. Sat 1300-1700-1930. Sun. 1430-
1700 (Mason Field 2030).

MONDAY ', ILI

"DANGEROUS PARTNERS," a mystery with a beautiful adven-
turess and a daring but not always ethical lawyer as the principi.James .
Craig and Signe Hasso are starred. 1300-1700-1930.

\ tI" TI'ESDAY WEDNESD1Y

"KISS AND TELL" Shirley Temple, now grown up, starred in
-,:., this "family feud"" story with Jerome Courtland and Walter Abel heading -
.,' the suppo.-ting cast. Tues. 1300-1700 (Mason Field 2030). Wed.
, ', 1JOO-1700-19JO.: \

' : :" ., STUDENT OFFICERS tiegr

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t. ,r THURSDAY & FRIDAY
P, ; : "DUFFY'S TAVERN," Ed Gardner1930.
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. No show. 'r NK a, w. e.r., e.e.a 1. Ca.r k..' 'r" '

SUNDAY ...
"TELL IT TO A STAR Ruth Terry-1930.

? MONDAY! & TUESDAY Air Group 24 Back I Sub Stages FirstInvasion'

-" "UNCLE HARRY" George Sanders, Geraldine Fitzgerald-1930.
*' WEDNESDAY From Second Tour I of LuzonFirst

"DANGEROUS PARTNERS" James Craig Signe Hasso-1930. Neutralizing seven Jap airfieldson
ti (For brief description see Malnslda Program.) Ishigaki and Mlyako during thOklnawa dress rehearsal for the invasion -

'' OT1IKU EVENTS campaign and providingair REPORTER( I of Luzon was made by the
w I cover for minesweepers clear- I submarine USS ASPRO, three
SWIMMING Officers' ing the East China Sea during months before the landing of main
E 0800
Officers-at Student Officers' Pool and Club from '
". to 2200 dally. Enlisted-pools 1 and 2, Mainside from 0800-to 2100 July Navy 1915 Escort, were Carrier the principal Air Group jobsof By Bill Smith, Y3c I American Invasion forces, and it
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,,*r dally. I' 21, which has returned to the was made by accident,according
'' ItOWLINfl States for leave and reassignment I Question: What do you Intend to a Navy release this week.
Six alleys\ located in Mainside Recreation Bldg. No 3. Alleys are 'after its second tour of duty in to do with your miittrrlng-otit The unpremeditated amphibious
open from 1000 to 2000 Monday thru Friday 1000 to 1800 on Saturday the Pacific. IayfI I
'. and 1200 to 1800 on Sunday. Instruction available by appoint- The Hellcats of Fighting 21 and I operation occurred when the AS
I
ment. the Avengers of Torpedo 24 oper- I R. D. TEMPER, AMM3c, Sioux PRO ran aground on a Luzon
GOLF ated in the Okinawa area for 78 City, Iowa. I!beach while in hot pursuit of a
Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday thru Saturday and 0800 consecutive days, flying from the I Walt'll I get it. Then there'll be Japanese tanker and freighter.
to 2030 on Sunday. Golf clubs and balls are available at Golf House. deck of an escort carr p of the plenty of time to figure out some- With her top skin shov, ig, the
Free Instruction to Naval personnel by appointment, call extension, Sangamon, converted-tamcer class. thing to do with it. II I American sub made a neat and
8157.: Bathing trunks prohibited on golf course. Three quarters of their strikes stationary target for the strafing
MUSIC were directed against the airfieldson I A. II RirrnNOUR, RM2c,,Be- Jap planes that began to arrivein
Ishigaki and Mlyako which are midji, Minn. I I increasing numbers, and it
Band Conceits in shell (opposite Mainside Administration Building was
180 miles southwest of Okinawa; Three-hundred bucks is not
) from 1200 to 1300,on Wednesday and 1230 to 1300 on Saturday.A I a only the daring of her skipper,
the other quarter were close support lot of money, and it win probably I Commander William A. Stevenson
rehearsal room is available to all hands in the Mainside Recrea- : I ,
tion Building No. 3. For appointment call extension 498. Musiciansare I missions for the infantry on be gone before I know it. First I USN, of Silver Lea Oregon, that
I
urged to get in touch with the Welfare Office, Building No. 3. Okinawa. of I thing, of course, is to buy some saved the day and baffled the Jap
I :More than 1,000,000 pounds good old civilian clothes. From I pilots. "Stand by to surface:" he
ANCHORAGEOpen bombs and 6.000 rockets were ex- there on I intend to do a little celebrating ordered, and the ASPRO reached
I daily to enlisted personnel (with Liberty Cards and uniform pended by Air Group 21 during the with what's left. deep water and safety before the
of the day) from 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason Field. (Dancing campaign. In addition to neutral- pilots overhead had recovered from
I Monday and Wednesday Nights, music by N. A. S. Band.) izing airfields which would have OSCAR FLOYD, Coopetstown, their amazement at this un-Bush-
I ,_ TENNIS been valuable to the enemy, the New York. 1 ido-like conduct.
Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Training Building carrier group destroyed or damaged Oh, buy a couple of suits of I 1 On the day following, the AS-
I No. 726 and equipment rooms at Building No. 3 and on the Mat 62 Jap planes on the groundand clothes and fix up the old car, I..'PRO, again made contact with the
shot three out of the air.
Area (corner of Mustin and Yorktown Roads. _' guess. You can say for me I definitely I original tanker and freighter, sinking elf
don't intend to take any Pacific both as a sort of anticlimaxto
RECEPTION1 CENTERThe USS Aaron 'Yard pleasure cruises. jl I the "First Invasion of Luzon."
Reception Center, located in south wing of building No. 955
ia open to N.A.S personnel and their guests from 1000 to 2200 dally. Takes) 6 KamikazesThe -\ i -
C. B. EMRICK S2s, Dallas, Tex:
Bond Sales Still
High
BOATING AND SAILINGCall With all the things I've got
Ward fast
USS Aaron a
extension- 623, Yard Craft Officer, for information. minelayer which Fleet Admiral I planned, that money won't last two July's war bond sales were the
DANCESCrew's Chester W. Nimitz said couldn't be days. I plan to get married first.That.s third highest monthly total in the
Dance at Mainside Auditorium Saturday from 2030 to "licked," today is being repairedin where my musteringoutpay history of the Navy war bond pro-
2330. Music by the N A. S. Band. Uniform of the day lj required. the Brooklyn Navy Yard aftera and a lot more will go. gram with sales amounting to J82,-
12,000-mile return trip from Okinawa 002255.
LIBRARY where she succesfully defended T. A.: :MARTIN AMMlc. New This near record amount of bond
.\ Located on second deck of Mainside Recreation Building No. 3. Delhi, Ohio.
.t.J Open from 0800 to 2100 Monday through Saturday and from 1200 to herself aginst 10 concerted Buy some clothes __ the sharp, purchases swelled the cumulativetotal
suicide attacks by Japanese since the program was estab-
2100 on Sunday. zoot kl.'!'J.
planes on 3 :May 1945. lished in October, 1911, to $1,38-[
PICNICSFor Six of the planes crashed into 206768.
Information and assistance in planning picnics and parties the Ward originally a heavy de- W. :M. SMITH, Cox, Indianapolis Naval Air Stations and Navy
contact Welfare Office, extension .98, Recreation Building No. 3. stroyer, while she was on her first Ind.Believe. Yards again led the program in
HOMING front-line assignment. There were It or not, I think I'll ship July. NAS, Corpus Christi, head-

Deep sea and fresh water tackle available In the Welfare Office, 96 casualties. Forty-two men were over.much Two-hundred dollars won'tbuy ed the list of air stations, and the
Building No. 3. killed in action and 51 were anyway Navy Yard, Charleston. S. C., led
wounded. the latter.
VOLLEY 11.\IX AND BADMINTONGear : : Fleet Admiral Nimitz expressedthe P. HENDERSON, AM2c, Anda '- -- ---a-
, available In the gear locker room in Building,No. 3. Volley 'I Navy's pride in the Ward, lusia, Ala. vllle, N.7T
I ball game on Tuesday and Thuisday. Badminton games on Monday, whose severe trial was an exam- I imagine 111 wait and see. I'ma Salt it away in the bank, then
Wednesday and Friday, from 0900 to 1230. ple of the bitter test encounteredby married man With a family and head for the Black Mountains in
EXCURSIONS I many light units of the "fleet I don't expect to have much trouble North Carolina where I'm due fora
Tickets ale available for Silver Springs in Nelfare Office before' which came to stay" at Okinawa. finding ways to spend it. I little hunting and fishing. WhenI
1200 on Fiiday. Buses leave Main Gate at 0830 each Sunday. Gets Four I think the mustering-out pay oughtto get so I can stand the sight of
The Ward shot down four of the be higher and run on a sliding an airplane again, I'll come out of
BASEBALL Thursday Chason Dairy vs. N.A.S. at Mason Field-1700. i 10 planes which singled her out for; scale according to length of serv- the woods and spend my money
Sunday Gibbs Shipyard vs. N.A.S. at Mason Field-1500. destruction early in the morning ice. on a bunch of clothes that'll k| )<::1<
while she was acting as a supportand your eye out.ROGER '
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--- screening unit. All of the C. C. ACONIS, S2c, Brooklyn, "'
knocked from the mouths of those '
Nazi Loot Includes planes were hit by the ship's anti- N. Y. DODGER, S2c, Potlatch -
I who were murdered at Dachau, aircraft fire. Pitch a liberty that'll make up S. C. '
Art, Radium, Gold Teeth Belsen, and other camps. Also 'in I When the furious 50-minute ac- for all the poor liberties I've had That fellow just before me had
.! CNS- I the Army's custody are a small tion period ]lad ended, the mine- in the Navy. When I wake up, if the right idea. Only it'll take more
Frankfurt, Germany ( parcel of radium, a fortune in layer had large holes in her hull there's any left, I'll start on an- than any airplane to get me out of
The Arriiy now holds millions of I I French, Norwegian, Belgian Russian and decks, one stack was missingand I another. I've already got the girl the woods. Far as money is con
dollars worth of German gold, and Italian currencies, $2,000- many guns were knocked out.I and I the place spotted. cerned, my wife's already got It
much of it looted from the nations I 000 worth of American money, and But the ship will live to fight spent anyway: So I can't buy any
and people who were victims of'' 87 religious objects stolen from again, thanks to the heroic performance I I BOB WATERMAN, Sic, Wilmington clothes, so I'll have to stay in the
Nazism. I I Polish Catholic Churches. of her crew, who poured Del. woods. Be glad to see an yof my
Included in vaults are 90% of I ..---.---- a continuous stream of gunfire ,Into -I What, can you do with two hundred old Navy mates, though. Come to /
the defeated enemy's gold the sep- WAVE: "Befoie we go on' thisdate plane after plane, fought ceaselessly I dollars but buy a few the second cove on Brushy Mountain
ter of the Hohenzollern family, of Bub I want it Definitely understood l to I extinguish the' raging clothes on the South Fork of Applejack
which the Kaisers were members' that although I may be a I flames and took care of the casualties I Creek. Bring a fruit jar with
and thousands of gold teeth seaman second I'm a lady first." ]I scattered about her decks. F. L. CAUDILL, AMM3c, Ashe- you.





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Fliers Battle Chason Today, Gibbs Sunday



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By Ralph Warner, SpX)3c) I Brawn And Speed Grace Flier Squad Games Here '

Sports E !!!tor __.. ________ _.. ,_____ .__.""" _..lJ..j!..._

Ezra McGlothin, better May Decide

known to his comrades as

Mac, is going to pitch in the r- aai5* League Race,4J)

big leagues. .. ,
The authority for this The showdown is on in the Jax

statement, which we made a Victory League, and the game that

little stronger than it actuallywas V probably will decide the second
half championship MIL be played
is Mac himself .
Sunday at 1500, :\ Son Field time, :
"I think I'm going up to the
when the high riding Fliers and
Mac said in his. Knoxville -
majors the hot Gibbs Shipyard nine collide 1
Tennessee drawl. "If I didn't IIsJ headlong. "
think so, I'd quit." ) x
The speedy Flier righthander However, before the big date
has won the respect of experienced Sunday, the Fliers will play two
baseball men In these parts, and loop contests, and they're going
he is considered a very definite r\4: all-out after victories In their drive
major league prospect. for the second half flag. '\
lie not only can pitch like Chason Dairy will t>e the Fliers' .
foe at Mason Field today, and Friday
hell meaning that In a complimentary I 1
way of course but II I the locals will meet Mayport ,

he also has plenty of that stuff Ij there. Chet (Whitey) Prust is .'J..
tailed color. And, like ability, j slated to work for the Fliers in
color packs plenty of weight today's go, which will start st .,
with the fans and the bigwigs 1700. i
of the first half by a
who watch the gate receipts.The Winner I
spectators gobble it up wide margin, Manager Charley
when the lanky and limber Me Gehringer's club ((10-3) is a halfJ
Glothin rears back on the hill, untangles game behind Gibbs ((10-2)) in the -y j
himself and fogs that fast second half chase with five loop .I

one past the batter. He is the n.saik r.'a. .x.x+&aC games remaining on the Fliers'
fastest working hurler on the Flier slate. Next Wednesday night, the ,
Here's three big boys and one little fellow who are due to do a lot of running around for the i
club, one pitch right will Chason at
chasing NAS crew
NAS Fliers this fall. At left is solid Wade Walker, who played first string tackle for the '4i J4'iprs.We engage
after another, and he gets results the Jax Ball Park, and the follow-
go to extremes at center with N. T. Cudd, 280-pound former Texas high school tackle and little
that way. Johnny Allsup, 150-pound scatback of last season's teamho also halls from the Lone Star state. ing Saturday, 8 Sept., Camp
He has lots of swift will to Mason Fieldto
a good
< Allsup played one year at Ilardin-Slmmons. At right is a former member of the Fighting Irisn, Left Blanding come
assortment of curves excellent wind the
Halfback Bobby Union llanlon won a letter at Notre Dame as a sophomore In 43 and last year officially up Victory
control, good judgment and the
played with the Great Lakes eleven.. League season.
ability to deliver when the chipsare Both Gibbs and the Fliers will
down. pull out all the stops In their -i
Despite the Fliers' raincurtailed Gridders Slate-First |I Alvarez I Claims vital clash Sunday. Gehringer
schedule, McGlothin has tossed will send his ace, hard-working
eight complete games this season, I Ezra: (Mac) McGlothin againstthe t
finishing every one he started, and Scrimmage SaturdayFootball Feature MatchAs Shlpyarders. Gibbs will
has appeared in a relief role three counter with Its No. 1 mounds-
or four times. He twirled' three I, fanatics at NAS will have their first opportunity to see man Lefty Jack Clifton, who IK
hitters aginst the Fliers' two the 1945 edition of the Gridiron Fliers in action Saturday when Head Sailors Win one of the league's top hurlers
strongest opponents this season' Coach Jim :Tatum sends his bulky squad through its initial scrimmage : when he can find the plate. J I
01 the season.The bested Clifton in their "
.. dIIIIto.: ... Lt Tony Rubino's NAS boxers McGlothin
5 hour long body contact drill only duel this season, though: it 1
will start at 1445 at Mason Field, staged their monthly smoker at was wildness on the part of the
and fans have been extended an Grid Drills Open the Auditorium last Friday, presenting Gibbs star which decided the is J

: invite to come out and get glimpseof I To General Public I seven action-packed bouts sue. Mac blanked Gibbs with five I\:

lam. the team. The scrimmage, to Two practice sessions will beheld with the Navy team whipping the hits, while the Fliers got only two
consist of four 15-minute quarters, hits off Clifton but worked the
Fliers
the
by todaol'nhou'Je Marines, 5 to 1, while one contest '
a will be similar to a regulationgame and I day-In order that visitors ended in a draw. left-hander for 10 walks. The Fliers 1
except that kickoffs to the station can get an won this game, which was at
In the opening bout of the eve
punts will be sidelined.The I early season eyeful of the NAS the Ball Park the night of 21 Aug
ing, Nick Carrlsal punched out a
squad, now composed of 80 football squad, Lt Cmdr. Barren clean-cut decision over southpawHerb ust, by the score of 4 to 0, ,
gridders, reached full strength the McGuirk, physical training Simoneaux to get the Navy In a previous outing against
end of last week, and workouts officer, has announced. The team off on a good start. Gibbs, McGlothin gave the Shlp r?
F / have been Increasingly strenuous workouts will start at 0900 and yarders nine hits in six innings as
t each day preparing the players for 1500 (9:00 A. M. and 3.00 1' The next bout proved to be thenight's the Fliers won the abbreviated tilt
the first rough and tumble practice l\L to you nice civilians. During thriller. Sal Alvarez, one by 10 to 2. "'"
Saturday. the drills, Head Coach Jim of the most promising young pros Clifton holds one victory over
Tatum, with the aid of an experienced Tatum will explain the Intricacies pects on the station, gained the the Fliers, a seven-hit 2 to 1 job
group of assistant coaches of the T-formation. decision from the veteran Horton engineered on 1 August at MasonField. ",
1 is the I __ __ IIinton after three rounds of give-
bringing squad along 1
rapidly despite the fact that onlyan definite position. Included in and-take action that had the fans The Fliers won three of their
hour and 15 minutes practice this group are Joe lienka, who screeching throughout the en- last four loop games to stay in the
is being held daily Nearly all played left half at Marquette for counter. running in the final half. They
members of the one ;year, and linemen Mojer, Uoth 03"Sere bleeding at
r l comers to Mason Field. Fox, Meecham and Kamlow. the nose when the last gong last Friday, (dropped a 4 to 3 duke 'j"

.- Of the 80-man, squad, three or Meecham: who played at Duke, sounded. They Mere pegging I to Camp Blanding there Sunday, '
Ezra (Mac) McGlothin four have played pro ball, about is expected to go at guard or tackle leather as furiously at the end and walloped Mayport twice her
Maxwell Field and Ft. Pierce. His 15 have had at least one year Because of the strength at as they had In the early minutesof Monday by cccrcs; of 14 to 2, and 8to "
center Ramlow, who was the fight. It was the zip and 0. The team
three-hit job whipped the Am- of college or service team experience snapper. was carded to meet
back at Iowa last sea punishing power of his left Terminal
with the remainder being Pre-Flight yesterday afternoon at
phibs, 3 to 0, but he dropped a 2 hooks to the head that
to 0 heartbreaker to Maxwell made up of promising play son, may shift to end. Ramlow garneredthe Mason Field, but Jax Air News
verdict for
the
though he allowed only one earnedrun. ers who received all their knockson consin.played end for one season at Wis- Key West 1'jhtweight.: fast moving deadline time came before game
high school gridirons. time.
In winning .seven games Leading candidates for the various Also expected to see a lot of action Marine The next bout ended in a draw. Phil Miller, the Fliers only
against two losses so far this positions are: Quarterback, in the forward wall are two battled Don Meadors and Glen Stuts southpaw, was the big news In
year, he took the measure of the Dick Fisher, Joe Brown and Red assistant coaches, Otis Douglas Stuts three rounds to a standstill. baseball for the past week an
strong Orlando Army club once, Harrison; left halfback, Bobby and Barney McGarry, both veterans was the aggressor, but the he came within one strike of a 'J
lefts of
Gibbs Shipyard twice, and Camp Hanlon, Lou Buffalino and II. C. of the gridiron. long of Meadors kept the 135- no-hit game against Majport -1)
Blanding three times, while Peterson; right halfback, Johnny The Fliers' five home games, nevertheless.In pounder the. Navy team at bay, in the opener of the doubleheader -

dropping one tilt to the Dough- Allsup, Chuck Hunsinger and Phil which were tentatively slated on ; ,
bo js. Three of his seven tri Centola; fullback, Dick Frantz, Sundays, will be played on Saturdays pered the Leon fourth bout, Herb May pep Hurling his best game of the I
umphs were shutouts. LeeRoy Boyter and R. W. Tucker Instead, Tatum announced: Ormsby's nose with Continued on Page Ain | \
The Knoxville lad started out End, Tommy Bishop, Red this week. This moves the Fliers' stinging points to jabs gain and the piled up enough "
with the University of Tennesseenine O'Quinn, Nute Trotter, W. B. opening game, with Miami Naval Marine duke over his
in 1940 and '41. In '42 he Crooks, Vince and S. E. Vrabec; Training Center here, 'up to 22 opponentToby Standings
played part of the season with tackle, Wade Walker, Walt Sept. Reid scored the only knock.
Knoxville and was farmed out to Shulte, N. T, Cudd, Harry Miller y I out of the evening when he was (KrciilU to 18 Aor'>
awarded a TKO OF11CLUS' LEAGUE
Elizabethton. over Leatherneck
and W T. Leslie.
After donning Navy blue, Mac Play Starts In Barry Howard in the second round. (Admlraft Cup) .
Team W I.MIo'QTU
Guard
Lackney, J. L. Liles, Bill The
. tossed for the fast Corpus Christi heavy-hitting sailor dropped 18 5
t ., .. club where he compiled two excellent Kirkpatrick and Charlie Howard; Tennis DoublesEleven his man four times before referee Operations 14'f5 *
center Walt Dubzinskl \
John ]
J Ra- John Piombo called 8
I records. In 43, he won 18 a halt to pro-
and L. E.
games and lost five and did even pacz George. crack tennis doubles ceedings. MORNING LEAGUE

better the next year with 20 victories Both Dubzinski and George cur teams; started play this week in Barney Murnighan had an easy Uommindlar: O/Deer''up)
aginst but four defeats. rently are on leave and have not the: open doubles net tournament, I time winning over Bill Krebs in the Team LMIo'O'fU
( j In his final game of the 44 reported as yet. Don Lesher, full battling for the station championship semi-final affair, to give his team VPB 23 23 :9A 4
I' season, McGlothin pitched the back for Great Lakes last year, is I and the first prize of a pairof its only victory. Left hooks to the A R M r
, Corpus Christi All-Stars, to a recovering front tt minor operationand $25 War Bonds. midsection took all the power from Supply 13 10Salvule
19-inning, 4 to S victory over the is expected to join the squad I Weather permitting, first round the lanky Kreb's punches, and Commissary 11 11 16 16
PenhacoU All-Stars. Facing such in a few days. play will be completed today and Murnlgan coasted to a one-sided Public Works Jl 16
\ batters as Ted William of then Several other players are battling I the second round will start tomorrow win. T-4 VM 7* 2 19('
, '. .d Sox, Bob Kennedy of the for a first-string berth but i I Eddie Clayton, NATTC middle- S. Service 3 22
White Sox, Ruddy Gremp of the have not yet been named to a The two finalists in the recent weight, took the measure over
I r Braves and Tommy Neal of the '------I'singles meet have entered the Jimmie :Moore in the final bout on AFTERNOON LEAGUE
.:, GIAnts, Ezra let the Pensacolan me a lot of good." tourney. Gordon Reedy, the station ,' the card, a combination left hook Team Uonuntndlnr Otfic.'e,',W('up) L +
down with 11 hits during the Upon his discharge :McGlothin I to the
singles champion is paired body followed by a sharp Marine Bks 2G SVt9
marathon struggle. will go back to the Southern Association with Lt. Begal, and C D. Nelson, I I right to the head, WOI ked often [ :J6 4
"My arm is just now beginning to : I and proved the Hospital :21 9
reporting Mobile runner-up to Reedy, is teamed with margin of victory O & G 18 11
t to get back to normal," he said. which obtained his contract when I Alex Stanek. I for the sailor. M. Onlley I 1 1Personnel "i UChld'a
( ; The 23-year-old, 6 foot 2, 185- the Knoxville franchise was moved Other teams competing for the 14
pound hurler is one athlete whodoesn't there I title are E. D. Zelgler-C. H. Anthony -' STATION Uoathouie Club 10 8 22 20
find any fault with Navy And Mac has a new incentive Lt. Van Bibber-A. Hewitt,1 LEAGUE 1-OVV Cds: 2 IIDocka
sports. "I've learned a heck of a to win ball games. He married his Fred Miller-Frank Floyd, STANDINGSTeam A Ferrlea 4 JC
lot since I've been in service, and Knoxville sweetheart in April of Hendee-W. S. Walker, Joe Tros- MINOR LEAGUE ,
I'm a much better pitcher now this year.Mac per-Kady, H. Burmester-W. 'r.. w L Team W 1
than I was in '42" .Mac asserted. also has 40 points and Sams, A. Berk-W, II. Barnett, VPB 4 3 0 !Salvage< 18 4. "
"I've played with and against a while that isn't 4.0, it ain't hay Hilmer-R. K. Glasow, and'n. n'l > 3 2 1 Post Dispensary Office 18 6"S
lot (/ big leaguers and it's done either Clark-J. Sitton. "IrR VF5 :l 4 D1Jeliey: NS ]10 13 f '.
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, Address Communications to Editorial. Offices
Personnel Relations Office, Bldg. 13, Box 22
F Telephone Extension 483

The,Civilian Employees' News, a two-page section of the Jax Air

News, is devoted to reporting the news of the Naval. Air Station's
.. Civilian Employees and is sponsored by the

Employee.' Association for Civil Service l Employees
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William O. Kincaid, President Philip D.Myers, Treasurer

,; Evelyn T. Sullivan, Secretary

Directors

Evelyn T. Sullivan Mell C. Jackson

Frank II. McKinley Donald A. Woods

Philip D. Myers Kenneth M. McDuffie

Daniel (t.. Whlddon William O. Kincaid
Charles E. Field

News Reporting Staff PICTURED ABOVE WITH COMDR. EDWARD D. KILLIAN, executive assistant A & R officer,

Assembly Head and Repoi Repair'ter-.:...._.......-_.-.. ..._..._._.._...uleene ilhngham are 18 Assembly and Repair employees who received awards Monday for Beneficial Suggestions. Front
row, left to right-J. T. King of engine overhaul; F. F. Ackerly, engine overhaul; F. S. Pedrick car-
Inspection and Survey: buretor I. C. machines division Comdr Killian H. H. Van Houten overhaul
shop; Stringer, ; ; engine ;
Head Reporter...........____.._..-_........_-Helen M. Styron
Leonard overhaul machines division T. E. Schreiner
Bailey, engine ; Joseph Clegg, ; emergency repair.
Public Works Department: Back row, left to right-C. J. Johnson, engine overhaul; J. D. Laffey, aircraft overhaul, R. H. Lang-
Head Reporter.........___._......_--.......Ethel M. Shanahan
ston, machines division; J. A. Rist, overhaul control; E. J, McKinney, engine overhaul; R. M. Cole-

Supply Department: .....................Leola Jones man, electric shop; J. I. McCaslin, interim overhaul; J. E. Helvenston, assembly division; J, H. Beden-
Head Reporter_._........................_...........
baugh, machines division; and L A. Crews, plant division.
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CIVILIAN OF THE WEEK ENGINE A&R


aiion College Graduate in InspectionBy OVERHAULWe

,_.-.\-, ... More Employees Receive I
McCaffrey
Trunk
By spent. have a new old time em-
/ Having traveled the width of I Many well known men, military; ployee in Shop 1347-Pump_ Floj ; Awards for SuggestionsGATE

the country, working for such and civilian, connected with the< Brown, better known to us in the
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firms as expansion and development shop as Brownie. Looks good to --
{ American Aviation Inc., Pan- I have been graduated from see you and know our vacuum Eighteen employees of Assent

n"I- American Airways, Beach Aircraft this college. pump production will grow.I : GOSSIP bly and Repair were awarded

Corporation and National Airlines, I I Due to the long and essential' see :Marion! nock of Harness is I checks Monday for Beneficial Suggestions -

John Finenco Jr., finally wound up hours of study at college, John back from a two week vacation. 1 I Frances Greenvvay (Selective which will result in the
4; his travels at NAS Jax, in Not possible big league
I passed up a
most of it
believe she on wa-
vember 194J. His value and worth 'baseball Job. While pitching for ter catching spent all the big fish. She ; Service) received a call from her: saving of thousands of dollars for

.. to the Inspection Department is Parks in 1935 he was given a try- has a grand tan. | husband in California and he is or the government. The checks were

I a. proven by numerous promotions, I out by the St. Louis Browns, but Our carb shop looks a little bare I his way home. She is leaving us passed out to the winners at brief

',. and' now he is the Chief Inspector. I aviation appeared to hold the up- Missing.faces are Joe Califano, R., for a happy reunion. ceremonies by Comdr. Edward D.
;t. Immediately before reporting per hand. He was athletically inclined Glllen Graeff Killian, executive assistant A & R
Movie Nancy ,
I II. (Bobby) Brotherngton,, Dorothy ,
National Airlines and took in all sports
with
here he was part I officer.
and C. C. Whit-
who shipped out and Elizabeth BarI
h. and half six months 'that he could, but receiving two Nancy Johnson -
for a year a bB.. J.
i man, who is laid up in the hospital Top honors were won
of which were spent as Chief Mechanic | broken collar bones while a young- ket (Personnel Records) are leav- in
while. Leadingman cylin-
for a McKinney,
at an outlying base in New ster, halted his football playing in I ing soon to return to school der shop engine overhaul for his
i I school. a banjo Parts chaser Lizzie Brown is on
Orleans, and the balance as In- high Being quite
Personnel Actions
Watkins -
Joyce ( "Method of Welding Cowling Lugson
Here's she has
John 'here he organized an orchestra a vacation. hoping
spector in Jax. came as "
Inspector of engineering materialin 1 Playerr in and around Haver- a grand time. 1 ) is departing for her home in the P & W Cylinders, for
which he received 10000. Mr. R.
final inspection and final as- hill on all jobs that could be ob- S-Sgt. Louis Langston, son of Ft. Worth, Texas. Mr. Watkins is
H. of No. 1026 also won
; sembly of aircraft. He advanced talned. Warning-he still picks alit David Langston, shop 1336, visit- expecting a transfer at any time Langston Dri-
with his "Dzus Screw
Brooke is absorb- 100.00
Edith
4 to assistant to the principal inspector occasionally. ed the A & R Monday. Langston,, now also had
weeks vacation at her ver. Mr.angston an-
4 of aircraft overhaul in ear- I John lent a hand to the NAS who is a gunner on a B-17, was ing a two
I other win of $1: .00 and a letter
ly 1942 and remained in this ca- I' Civilian baseball team in 1943 and just released from a German prison home in Wayne, Pa. of commendation for two ideas

pacity until the end of that year. I did a favorable job pitching in the camp where he spent 13 A new face has been added for for the FN2.
He then became associate principal 1 City League.'To further prove his months. On completion of his 60- around the Personnel Files, Robin Next improvements
I came Joseph Clegg Snapper
t inspector in the Metals, Machines affiliation to Jax he married a day furlough he will report to Cal- Itagln.; Welcome.
foreman of Shop 587, with $7500
and Accessories Divisions, Jaxon girl and they now have a ifornia for further duty. I Ruth McClamma (Investigation) award for "Reaming Valve Guides
daughter] Beth, three old was transferred to Cecil Field,
and in October 1943 was promotedto years John II. Saunders, Progressman for Bushings of Cylinders." Ferris
He feels that as long as he will and Mrs. Margaret Bailey transferred -
principal inspector in charge of of shop 1303 received his "Greet- I Ackerly No. 1347 A,M.G. Ma, won
. do some good at NAS, he willconsole I to Employees Services.
Metals, Machine Accessories and ings. He will leave for the Army $50.00 for his "Neoprene Gasket
Aircraft Overhaul Division, himself with the South. Thursday, 30 August. I Betty McDowell (Employment) Wire covered to Press Plate Caste
y called to her home in Padu-
I Seems like the younger generation I was Harness Distributor Cover.
cah, Ky., because of death in her
STRUCTURESDIVISION of 1322, final line, were having I. O. Stringer, Shop 568, won
quite a time. Reason. Well, family. $40.00 for his "Grinding of Oil Seal
had Mrs. Blanche l Fouts (Interviewer "
Jessie Bowman a birthday Liners. Leonard Bailey was a tri-
47 years young. Lots of good luck ) recently enjoyed a visit with ple winner with $40.00 on "Per-
Helen Uriel is getting married and many happy returns. son Jack, 1st Lt. Army Air Forces, formance of Bulletin on Counter
I Sunday to a guy who has just returned who was home on thirty days fur- "
I IJ" Congratulations to F red B. Boring; $15.00 for "Tool for Ser-
from overseas. Bet we I lough from the Pacific.. He was a "
Loughry. We hear he has"a new vicing Drive Bushing, and a joint
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, adb' know who Is .to member of the famed long
someone sorry granddaughter. Thought there was I range award with Clemey Johnson of
about it. bomber squadron of the 13th Air
hear i
$20.00 for "Puller
some reason for the happy smile. a for Accessory
Wilbur Forrest was one of our Force, and left Saturday for Drive
The old saying "In the I Bushing. Julian Helvestonof
goes
first civilians to leave A & R to I Greensboro, N C., and reassign- No. 1016
spring a :young man's fancy turnsto leadingman, won $20.00
join the Navy. He has recently re- thoughts of love." Well, In En- ment. for a "Hydraulic Actuating Cylin-

turned from two years shore dutyin gine Overhaul, the time of the year I We were all glad to welcome Mrs der Pistons Tester. H. H, Van

z the Pacific. He is a Marine first seems to make no diference. T. S. Florine Gannanay (Supv. Pers. Houten, snapper of No. 1332, has a
lieutenant and has nine decorations Phillips "Tomm)'" and Smokeywere 'actions) back after a short illness. double win with $10.00 for hif

He was recently in the shop married on August 12th. Kelly I Take it easy, lady! "Power Cases Main Bearing Pin
.. visiting some of his old friends. ------- -- _. "
from the final line,was married -- Puller or Jack, and $10,00 for
Laurent, E. A., AMlc, is get- 1I attraction Danny? Could be we
"Reaming Guides
while on leave also. Oh you lus- I Tappes Accord-
26 at hear they are getting married
ting married Sunday August "
cious ten points. You came in my I ing to Bulletin 162 Robert Cole-
the here the base. He is Sept 14th. Nice going.
Chapel on
life just in time. Congratulationsand man of No. 812 had three winning
''f marrying Flora Butler from the good luck. I Have you been noticing Mae suggestions "Testing 20 mm.
! Carpenter Shop. Here's wishing I Fle\\elllng working with one hand Trigger Control to
Designated Capacity"$10
I them lots of luck and happiness in We also hear that Seas-1* love lately? Could it be that diamond .00 -
the future. afair is getting pretty serious. Let : she is sporting Who is the lucky Test ; "Test Panel to
Obviously, the long fingers of us know when you take that fatal man? Well, he is Jack CrlUer from Electric Appliances and Ord-
his knowledge were just beginningto Magneto ShopLucy step. Wedding bells soon? Machine Shop. Congratulations! nance Gear"l500; $10.00 for
Coon will be
leaving us "Safety and Labor
reach out, for t. Fnt.ruary 1944, this week to take up her duties as Then too, we have been seeingan Then, on the darker side, we tion of Soldering Iron.Saving" Joseph Opera-
he was given tl"* AUtional su- awful lot of Alice Sjmons have Dobbs singing, "Take Me
a housewife. Her husband is one King of No. 1351 received $15.00
VV pcivisory re*>p
_, _x and minor repair.repair, now In Octoberhe knownas I points to get discharge from the cially around shop 1337. What's the is the reason? trodes."
emergency -- --
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Navy. Lucy has made lots of J. H
was made civilian coordinator Bedinbaugh Shop 587 won
of inspection in the A & R, and friends during her two and a half A&RELECTRICAL U500: for "Bearing Puler Curtis

on December 12 v A promoted to years with us. We regret to see Electric Propeller" A. R. Van Pelt,
her leave and all join in to wish
Leadingman of Plant
Senior Civilian Inspector, which DIVISION Maintenance
" .1 her and her husband lots of luck
1484, won $15.00 for
title was recently changed tot an improved
,' ; :. Chief Inspector. on their return to their home in By Ann Steche and ------. ,- I "Work Stand.' He was not presentat
York "
* '\T. The Inspection Department, derived New I Ruby Mjers way the ceremony. Jack McCaslin,
i 's from the previous Inspection I We wonder why Jack Zimmerman Attention girls! Grafton Brittle')s Philip Manya of 812 has just A M. Max. Instructor, Interim

;P,;' '.t and Survey, consists of three divisions -I! doesn't" like his nickname, wife will be visiting in Tennessee returned from a five day leave, Overhaul, with his "Windsor Lock-

" -. namely Flight Test, Sup-I "Angel? I for the next two months. His son, and ing Knob on the R & D" won
:,';" ply and A & R. The largest, A & We learn with regret of the Jimmie, had an operation there Bob Williams also left usfor 1000. G. D, Laffey of 1018, Accessories
H' R, is broken into five groups passing of our friend and fellow ,I last week. Is doing fine. two weeks. Happy fishing, Bob! i Overhaul, received $10.00

,*, which in turn are divided into worker Russell Bailey of Shop I Wonder what woman, in the armature Gladys Wade's son Harry Jr., is for his "Camlock Screw Driver."

.y units that cover all sections of the 1323. department of 812, hs joining up with the Merchant Ma- John Rist of Production Control
J ., plant. A training branch is also I We are all sorry to lose Anna I been going with a butcher since lines. Good luck Harry.Edge had another win with $10.00 for
,-v I Harrison, Shop 1332, who has returned l '
,conducted for Inspectors, mainlyin Cleveland Tennessee to the meat shortage? one of our Progresswo- 9 idea for greater facility In ser-
to ,
the A & R. I be with her folks. We know lots'I Paul Carsuell, one of our former men, is sporting a new style haircut Icing. "50 calibre machine gun
I She tangled with an electricfan Back Plate Adjusting Screw,"
John was born and raised in Ha- of folks in E. O. will miss her too, shop committeemen, is now
which fell off the walland Fred Pedrick of 1316 with his idea ,
of the I relating an electronic laboratory
Massachusetts one
verhill and wish her the best of luck. I
L.I smaller cities of New England. He y in Jax. W. C. Vaughn, shop 812,, whatta haircut! for "Reaming Tool" won $10.00

acquired his early schooling there, I will take Mr. Carswell's place on The following conversation was and Lester Crews Shop 1484 received -
eventually graduating from Haverhill Metal n ,,'h:1Qn: the shop coimnittee. overheard from a sailor in Interim $15.00 for his suggestion"New

4B) High School. Due to love Arthur L. Itoy, supervisor in Betty Jl'ftrt Dowels, of Radio Overhaul. In a telegram to his Safety" Shield for Buffing

"., J, for aviation he immediately en- Heat Treat, spent two weeks at Shop is preparing to attend college -I wife: "I love you very much. Will Machine. -
rolled in Parks Air College In East Fernandina fishing and thrimplng. this fall. living after joining the Navv Back I .>-'fI.. >f .lP J

St. Louis, Illinois, and after two Roy and his wife, Marion gave the Irene Hush, former Radio Shop In Lan-xlowne Pa.. where he attended I Itnue Marian, sp\)8 1 ( ) (', posed

tough years of study, he graduated trout, drum and red bass a bad employee, has a new baby boy and high nthtiol, he was captainof for picture with second plate

>: with a B.S. degree in aeronau- time. I I I James B. Dodson of 812 is his N'ho(11'1 1 track and wrestling medal won in the three-meter

' tical engineering. Out of a class of Bnmanl F. Griffin, another disciple -I the proud father of a baby girl. tennis He took mond place In living 'llItIHlllcon"hilllll| | at the r.--
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l i : approximately 60, enrolling at the of Isaac Walton from Shop I Pauline Herndon of 812. is very the 12-ftK pole vault) events! in the sent Senior :National MmV A A II

1 : time John did, there were only 476, fished several days at St. happy with her husband, who has Middle Atlantic States meet and I outdoor meet at {'IIJ I"'lra I-allv,

* about 30 who graduated with a degree Augustine. "Griff" brought back a just returned from overseas. An- in the rrrrwjlvttnm State mttt I It Ohio.

. I and although it was rugged, I I mesns of trout the biggest beingsix other happy face is Eluln Roul-
1 John feels It was money well pound hac's. Her husband is on the .

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,( Now that "War's Ended," vacations have been given anew =r; SALLIES :

r t impetus with lifting of gas rationing. People that before ..

; ",.I( had no place to go, because they couldn't use what they

-I had rn ceo in are on the ROAD. Li ;
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-' is Mr. Garth (Electrical), I lands while the Japs were still l bat. By Leola Jones i

He Is going down the west coast tllng. Johnnie was one of the very LONG TIME AGO IN January, _

Wr ,. of the state and back up the east II first men to leave the Design Sec- this column was devoted to New S*. SR
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coast./ Taking a chance that the tion and particularly wanted to i iI I Year's resolutions of employees in #.;
.; tires will last! I know who was left of the original ,j this department. Well, remember +
1 1sssseek1 I.s
"gang" and what was doing in the New Year's resolution made '
Section is
,T i Also from Electrical Public Works. by Kenneth:: MarDuffle (Outgo-

f'. j Mr. Krrleft touring the intention state, Or-of I Lt. firry and Mr. Brogden of Ing Stores Group) ? In case you

| Undo first stop with Contract Section were on vaca- don't here 'tis"To give and put

|, making Miami, before returning I tion but brought back no outstand- forth my best effort in order to
of P. W.
Helen Hunter, formerly ing reports. Now there are lots of establish security and peaceH .
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visitor to the Ad.
: Files was a reports of cancellation of con. Well looks" If that resolution has z
while home on furlough
t Building tracts. been put to good use by everyonefor
WACS and is reporting
Helen I la in the Mm. Elsie Willis, Wave Messenger with the end of the War everything 3
to Charleston, South Car II between buildings 450 and 451 looks a little better for all

( olina. is on leave for fifteen days and However, the resolution is a
Heard of more vacations at the back to Ohio. Had to tell everyone good one to continue __ Agree? SMILING: BROADLY IIOWARI Ii. STEEN, section supervisorof

Ad.. Building: Peter Camm may be on her. last round that, they Yes, that 111' phrase voiced by Mr. store upkeep, Supply Department, receives a check from Captain

I h ddUfor Miami. Mrs. Kthrl.Syl- would: not be seeing her f -r-awhile. 1 r "Mac" was very well spoken. I W L. Patten for his Beneficial Suggestion on "Utilization of Excess
Hoffman on leave and lastly : C02 Items." The maximum award wentto
for $250
J With War's End there is a grow- J. Carolyn Schear (Purchase) is Cylinders Espares
i A. vla Joseph is on a different leavea ing list of civilian separations too Steen for his idea of making cylinders available for emergency
J vacationing in Rosedale, Mississippi -
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f honeymoon! The petite and landing Helldi\eri and Corsairs by using cylinders
namely: Franklin Bunch (Arch.) ) where she will\ join her brother gear systems on
took the fatal
w Sylvia finally
popular obtained from obsolete life rafts.
to in business down town as is
go who has been in training at Great
t _Oene Nieme Boatsman
step the also 11r. I). Fullerton (Arch). Mr. Lakes Illinois. Congratulations -,
Ic is lucky man.
4 II. 11I1I!>>haw, another of (Arch.) is to Nell Gardner (Contract)
I' s Carole Realty (Ad. Building) is going to start for the far North who celebrated her second wedding

| ,i't: t in the hospital after an acute appendectomy west of Portland, Washington vicinity anniversary last week! Tear

but la doing nicely, and take a longed for vacation that Tom S/armanskl (Storehouse)

so say her fellow workers. with family and small grand- Is the proud grandfather of a fine
j Also on the sick list was J. II. daughter, fishing and hunting. Mr
boy We're all going to miss
Gwjne (Maintenance). His depart- I Reynolds (Electric) is transfer- Elizabeth Brand (Acountlng) whoIs

\ ment hopes he'll be back on the11t'1 ring to' Wright Field Ohio, resigning to attend college this

job before long for he Is missed Clifford Llngenfelter (Ex-Marine) fall. Good luck, "Liz"!! J
by hi3 many friends. I Is resigning from Record Sectionto
NEWS EMANATES FROM the
f William (Ked) Tailor (Mechanic return to California.
11t'1 Award Section that they have become
) Is the proud father of a second I, One of the civil engineers while fur-coat minded, as four of By Jeanne WenelBartlett's origin brings the saying "There'sa
son. Baby is on the chubby waiting his turn at the vault
I IA their members. Evelyn MacKenzie, i' Quotations does not little good in everyone, if you
side nearing the eight pound mark, counter drew attention to what Edith Mattox, Helen Sylvester, and list the familiar phrase, "It takes look for it," to light.

but if the hair is to be like Dad 1 the well dressed woman should Irma Johnson, have invested in :all kinds." Or, perhaps, in the Anne Johnson's quiet charm, for

dy's can't be determined as yet. wear with l"n. Virginia Morris as fur coats. One of them wisecracked book's 48 pages of threecolumned example, so like Joan Fontaine's;

J Johnnie O'Neil, 1st sergeant in the example in question: that "it surely would look fun- : unadulterated index, it became :Mary Jo Plink has a trick of turnI .

t the Airborne Engineer Corps of I NOTE: Wanted Prompt service ny to be seen in a bread line all ; 'lost. Perhaps it was there all the I Ing from a sweet girl graduate to(

the Aimy wrote a vivid description he must be a reader of the dolled up in a new fur coat!" (Hey, I 'time, and it lost me. I! a sophisticate, with an up-twlat
I of life and the food situation column that advocates "Compli- hope she's kidding!) Pooh to Mr. Bartlett! At onetime of her hair,

r 4 out somewhere in the Ryuyus Is- ments pay Dividends"!! Kstelle riexlco" (Proposal) has or another, you've said it Joyce Mired has changed, intangibly
( ---- yourself, "It takes all kinds." Sayit to be sure, but into one
learned her lesson_from noW
; "AACCESSORIES R on i please .sympathet of our most IBVers. Margaret
& all doors in her house are going to any way you poised
be locked |ically, superciliously, disgustedly, S 'ebb's gays; laugh tinkles on
I that she woke good and tight.to Seems r i I amusedly, tolerantly_.but you've after her; Marlon,lYuell Is so gracious .
find
DIVISION one night
t i" I j said it, yes? so complet,a person.,
,
a burglar at work. If you heard ,
I Working In a large admlnlstrai Joan Leeth is,) by turns, a pixy
"Haoov To You"
t News & Notes from the Instrument Shop played Birthdav the i tlve organization like NATech- and a flwer..B( ''fofget-me-not va.
over addrese
public
r fly Virginia Fraser I TraCen, the opportunity to uses riety. Ethel McQttage has 81; "let.
i We offer our congratulations tc, tlon. His prize was a three inch speaker one day recently, it ''Ithe phrase, silently, as a prayer, a me-help-you" attitude and most
"" car In which to make his getaway probably serenading Beulah WiNe'i i moan, or however, presents itself uncommon sense) endears
that her
:"1 Manus Colin, Sic, inspector, whc I from the unwanted attentions ofeager (Administrative) and Gertrude T,' I {
in on leave. Word has been received Coy (Personnel) who became often. to all the newcoming NATechTra-
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that she was married to ("ar!I ; For one thing, there are all Cen-ers when she indoctrinate
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Sunday night Amelia Earuood(l year younger.Ve're proud ol f
E kind of people working out here. them.
J. !nilth., AMMlc, in
Georgia August I
Gordon Reedy (Stock Control I
: t'' 13. Best of luck to a grand|I of the Gyro Shop was held up bya who has won tennis laurels ) ( Their food preferences, clothes Polly Morris has a smile tucked
X couple. young thug in Jacksonville and fjcent-[ i sense, mannerisms, twangs, or away for everyone When Shirley
ly. Are Interested
forced to relinquish her purse. As you in giving broad A's their I Newer
Those who remember HillS 1 i lessons, Mista? speak locality as wears her glorious blond
the thief started off Amelia called I certainly as would a printed sign. I hair page-boy, know .
t iKilcJcr, Tic, will be happy tc you why gentlemen
after him and asked for her A4R Audrey Vaughn (Inspection Report
j There the from
t, : know that he is now Chief and I was girl Geor- prefer them.
also the proud father of a bab y badges. :Much to her surprise, he ) started on her vacation i I gia who said of a new employee in Tracy (just Tracy, they call

t;: boythat certainly calls for dou after removing $16 and some headed for the North Georgia her department, "She's the nicest I him) has an elfin, gnomish quality

i f' ble congratulations from all of us, change, handed back the purse. mountains she got no further 1 damyankee I ever met. North. : about him a master at hU
Amelia, through her quick think- than Macon, Georgia, where
Ii The Camera Department is bach Camp and-South relations have been work; Itobert "'alte is a most in.
ing, saved $20 which she had hid- Wheeler is located Have
With us. We didn't think they'dst.ay I I you strengthened by such contacts. I telligent man to talk with. You
too long. Nice to see,,, den behind a photograph in her noticed the beautiful diamond ring I You can't work at NATechTra- can always get a straight answer
familiar away faces again. billfold. The Shore Patrol helped one of the girls in Follow-fjp Section I j Cen any length of time without I from him. and a smile

Callie Tillman has been out for, ,' her get In touch with detectives. is wearing ? No announcement forming attachments. Janet Cra- Without a question, it's been
several days. She was called home Ruth Oden, the "Mamy Yokum" has been made as yet so will have ''nier and Altetla Kettler found great fun working at NATech-

I because of the serious illness of,, of the Gyro Shop has at last had to tell you more later Anna : their home-state, Michigan, a.n I'TraCen., It's been nice working in

11' her mother. We are hoping for her 1 word from her daughter Shirley, "'alrdoth (Inspection Report) ia opening wedge for friendship. the winter, when the heat didn't

soon. I who is traveling with the U. S. O. spending two weeks down state Those two had lunch together, com on until ten or later, *
recovery very Shows in has been with her mother Helm 1 especially
Dolly Hiighey resigned lastf Europe. Shirley Bur.I i 1 mid-afternoon cokes together, went when someone had a sweater .
entertaining service men with her right (Inspection Report) had to-and-froni
week. Hubby was transfered so i I a work together. When she wasn't huddling into and it
f the family moved back to Vir accordion ever since the war began 'visit I from her brother, Harold, I Al left, to return home, she expressed could be wrapped about your legs;

I; ginia. Sorry to lose you. Dolly. and she Is now keeping up moralein having just finished Boot Camp in great anxiety over whether long summer afternoons have been

"s Let'a hear from you once in a Reims, France. I Great Lakes Illinois Jt'anneveI'I.t' I she would miss Jan, who was pleasant, when the coke machine

while. 'Y (Receiver's) enjoyed. a va- I returning from leave that very {went out of order and the sun beat
Daisy \Mlllamson U taking her -- -- cation in her ole home-town, day, All of their friends hoped } like fury in the windows and the,

: first plane ride Saturday. She's Thomasville, Georgia Despitethe with them that they would meet ', carbon paper melted, to spreadlike
going; to Alabama to see her son- rain, Myrtioe Orvln (Receivers) as their trains crossed In the Ter-1 I Imlna anemic tar all over your fin
had a grand time at Jacksonville I' !. '
in-law who has just returned from Although they missed connections gers.
; overseas. He is going to the Pacific Beach recently. Dorothy Jones I that day, it's a sure thing' And it has been all of you IV-b-
i (Receivers) enjoyed the ocean those two will meet I
: again. ers who have
: soon so we know this reunion made it even more
will mean a lot to Daisy. Hap breezes last week.endlit'ne at Daytona Beach FJirlda WINon I A wise, but, again, unidentified fun.

py Charlie Landings Morgan! Is bark from annual Proud Queen Ity C. R.Isabella Owen of Spain Public Voucher) i ia enjoying a MACHINE -
sight-seeing trip to N. DIVISION
leave.! Welcome home! boasted that she had taken only r City The Receiver's Section)/ York is I I
vl I .
Winifred Seals resigned this two baths in her life. Maybe she glad to welcome back B y "Slim" T y 1 er ,
Virginia .. -
week. His friends will miss him knew how
dangerous bathtubs can luminous who was at home Burin Ruby Harper is back on the job hopes to have soon. HU many
but here's him the best be. I
wishing .
I friends here wish
her mother's illness. again after upending three days at him well.
of luck The National
Safety Council ---- Camp Rooker, Harry It. lloiu-k
with
I Georgia, her is leaving too.
Mr. Andrew has been out thin
says thousand of person have shocks in the bathtub. I I son Joe. Joe id in the Army Hospital I He is going back to New York
week because of serious illness in been in their
Injured bathtubs
t. and Pulling a light chain while
you're after state. he is
Says
having an accident. going to rest and
his family. We all hope for quick a goodly number of them died. standing in the bathtub invites I Dot Coachman was a recent vis- fish a while before starting hU

'. recovery. Many people suffer from electric disaster because the switch may ttor. Dot has friends I trucking business
.. 1j many in this again. He
I say
Julin r-jlhoun and Edna Skinner
: -
be defective. The defective_ __ _
swttchand Sh from he has
shop. resigned her enjoyed
position working with the
are back from anual leave. SAFE
Welcome home! you and the water in the tub I here In February of this year. I crowd here and hates to leave",
complete a circuit_with you in She has them.
a new permanent hair-do
-t Lillian Bock,. Sic of the gyro the middle. ,
which makes her look like a mil. _i*_
room, better known as "Cookie, is
The best advice on avoiding this lion dollars. I
flashing a beautiful diamond on Assembly Division
kind of shock is Never have Selbert
J.! the The --- a Top" says it has been ,
finger. lucky man
In Frank proper CON an, AMlc. Wedding light switch within reach of the raining so much out in Lake Shore By Kubje Walker
bahtub. If there is one that where he lives that the The B
plans are being delayed until ,Af can people are Shift fishermen were out
'Cookie's" Navy career comes to be leached from the tub, be sure beginning to grow webbed feet. I in large numbers this week-end.

an enl, Congratulations and best the light is on or off (whichever 911c-key Km: rick, is back from a Grabby. was seen at White Shell

of luck from all of us.l'IuJorlf way you'll want it) before you get ten day visit to Dayton, Ohio, to i, but wasn't seen catching any fish.::
Into the tub. see her mother who is ill. She also Bradthan's fish seemed to resent
By Hill f If you must pull a light chain saw her uncle who has been over- being caught. He stuck the fish

The Instrument Shop, with what while you're standing in the tub, seas and wounded seven times 'I hook in a catfish and the fish:

almost seemed clairvoyance, chose have a piece of string tied to the I I Said she got stepped on twice on stuck a fin in his leg Can :

Tuesday, August 11, for their par- chain and pull that. Or, better yet, the crowded bus and is very glad handle a fish Bradshaw? you

ty, and the long awaited news of put an Insulator in the chain. That I the trip is over I Creech took :111": fishing Sun.

Japan's surrender. I e the atreir will break the circuit. It's a cheap I Mary WlilNon is transferring to day and: the report was, Elpa came -
inry> na '' '* toN life saver.. I the A shift this I
"My sent is just now'begfnningto socsa son, reporting A"y, week. I back talking about how many fish
get; back to normal he said. which obtained his contract vJ In or out of the tub, don't put George Manger has been off for he saw and didn't say how many

The 23-year-old, 6 foot 2, 185- the Knoxville franchise was mri one hand on a light switch while fifteen\ days having treatments for he caught.

pound hurler is one athlete who there. .- the other is on a faucet. I his back. He says he feels much I I Looks like we wil have to say

'; doesn't find any fault with Navy And :Mac has a new inter Remember, too that people have better now. His many friends are goodbye to some of our friends in

't" sports. "I've learned a heck of a to win ball games. He married been electrocuted when radios fell glad to see him back on the job. I I the Division in a few weeks who

lot since I've been in service, and Knoxville sweetheart in Apr) Into bathtubs. They have been electrocuted -I Arthur M. Doherty is resigning will be getting out of the Navy

\ I'm a much better pitcher now this year. by shorts In heaters shavers title, week. He Is going to take a and returning home. We wish them

t than I was in '42" .Mac asserted. Mac also has 40 points _' curling Irons and vlbrator.1 well earned rest before taking upa I the best of luck and welcome them

,I )"I've played with and against a while that isn't 4.0 It ain't-J! Use these in the business of hU own which he back on the rolls as civilians.Page .

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I These Showed Ring Class In Boxing Tourney n __ Finals Take Place to Center-Wide 1



Y Boxing Tourney; Stage Seven BoutsMarinesrCling I

k I ---
I Fans at NATTC had a previewlast
To Friday night of what may
: come in the way of boxing in the
I,next few. years wheji 14 novices
First Place With all attached to the training center,
took to the squared ring in seven
I ; bouts to determine winners in the
'Softball League annual center-wide boxing tourna
.l 4 ment.

i I NATTC Marines Jumped Into AH though the leatherflailingof
first place In American League the contestants", themselves
i softball last week when they weren't enough, those In chargeof
'II downed the up-to-then top of the the fights threw in a four-
I heap AEM Operations ten in as minute battle royal to "start, ftstivltlfK -
close a contest as can be staged on after the NATTC JUuwl
: 1 a ball diamond. The Marines were under the direction of Chief MIIK.
on top, 1-0, when the game ended. Walter Johnson had played several -
J j Kalski turned in the pitching for numbers Including the National -
< the winners, and Buis caught. Elliott Anthem.At .
gets credit for the defeat the conclusion of the round
one of the few he's had in two of fights, Capt. Jos. B. Lynch,
o years of Softball playing here. Commanding, N A TTC, presented
1 and Janacek was the catcher. The each of the winners a Swank all-
s Marines only recently got back I leather billfold and congratulated
into play in the league but have i them individually.
been, going strong lately. They | It took 10 days to stage the
have three wins now, without a defeat I tournament, originally scheduled
Iti1a and AEM has seven wins with for the week of 12 August. The
one defeat | second round of preliminaries and

a Only two other games were o the finals were postponed that
played during the weekly, althougha week because of the announcementof
.; couple more were decided on for- the cessation of hostilities in the
H tel ts. j Pacific. The second round of pre-
Barracks 61 won easily over liminaries took place last Wednesday -
with Bingham and night.
Files making up the winning bat- i Most of the wale of fight
tery. Axline and Cobb were the classes wa presented'' the fan,
pitchlng'catchlng combination for for they "saw, everything from a
the losers. I 116-MMind| bantamweight lip to
I I a 20' -lluulld hea"Y"t'lg ht. Two
| Barracks 15, with Vickers pitch
technical knot'kout.t're
registered
ing, won over Barracks 132.. .
1 Ballard caught for Vickers.
Bob Autret at 118 pounds, wona
i Barracks 16 won from Barracks decision over Rudy Buckner 116
14 oa a forfeit, and Barracks 18 pounds In the opener. Both are
( received credit for a win over Bar from New York City.
racks 17 the same way. I The second bout brought on the

Lieut. C. C. Kelley staid early this first TKO of the evening Eddie
week that softball play might be..o Odett 126, and hailing from Montreal -
continued for some time. If no Canada, stood up against
football league is organized soft- John Sylvia 127. of New Bedford
ball will be played until cold weather Mass., for more than a round but
sets In, he indicated. the towel was thrown in 1:10: of
..... the second round and Sylvia was
I on top. '.
Harlan Praised j I In one of the most blow-packed
fights of the night D. C. Steele
i 1136::: of Miami won a decision over
Likely Olympic I i Buz Sirabian, 137 of the Bronx.
j i Floyd] Meyer, 147 of Jervis, Ore.,
won a decision over Bob Kinberk
Champion in 48 145. of Stanford, Calif.

Jimmy Gary 156, of Quincy,
; Bruce Hailan. Spl A .ilc: at NAT Mass., won a TKO over Jimmy
TC has a long way to go as a Beaube of Atlanta 1:20: in the second
diver, In the opinion of people who round.
/r T* "d"V know their diving. He recentlywon Andy Zahaie, 170 of Salem, Ore.,
F* v t' V < second place in the Senior drew the nod from the judgesover

National Men's AAU Outdoor Billy Sass 174, of Brooklyn
Championships at Cuyahoga Falls, In the final bout Vince Hillman,
Ohio which is more than something 185: from East Patterson, N. J.,
considering that this is the won in a decision over George Martin .
first year Harlan has engaged in 205.: from Guthrie Okla.
". competitive diving. AI Sinlbaldi, hard-hitting heavyweight -
..
on the NATTC
1 Here are some scenes" snapped at the finale In thg annual ATJ'C Roving Tournament "staled, I! He got the diving bug while at Team, icfereed the bouts. Boxing Lieut.
Friday night In the ol""n air arena where seven snatches plus a. battle royal \\t'rt' presented, "several, hlIn.dnd o Balnbl'idgea"al Training Center, William Muir is In
Nary light Sane IUIII tht'lrtlll".t.... Till left IY CKIII. J. n. 1. 'IH'h, ('nlllnmndillg, A1"IT, just alter and ]last spring won the Junior National center's charge of the
1 boxing
and
I 11f' had presented the "Innl'r'l \I It IIanl.. leather billfolds Others In the picture, left to right, John one-meter Championship in fighters were trained program Simbaldi the]
$ hla, \'hlt'e Jlilllmn, .\nll.Zahara. Jinllllr Nary. Robbie lit'ttt'nrlllJ nho t'on the hat tie royal, Eddiekklt. I Baltimore where the South Atlantic Charlie Dedman, Eddie by Barnett,
n. C. Steele, and 1 Io.nl )1t' 'l'r. "I'pt.r right, are Steele allli But irlhlall: center lett, 1111111111" States meet was held. Not and W. R. McLaren. ,
and George Iartlll: center right, Hilly Sass and /.aham: loner left, Gary unit Jimmy Bt'lillhe: and long ago he won first place in the ..-,' -
'
!osier right, Jleler: and Rob 1"IIIhl'rl.. 1'relindaarieY here held In the tournament 13 and 22 -\lIgu..I I, three-meter event at the Florida Then there vvas- the mountaineer
AAU Outdoor
Fliers Meet Chason Nine I West Palm Beach.Championships- at >' who put a silencer on his shotgun
I because his dotter wanted a quiet
s I Today, Gibbs On Sunday I Harlan is the very first to say wedding.
that he "has a long way to go yet,"
Continued from Page Six i I
which is all right modesty for a Gino had decided to become an
season. Miller threw his assort- 19-year-old who is moving up fast American citizen. ? He was doing
JtFrJlitt. VAULT WAS men of curves under, over and in the diving field] pretty well, too, until he came to
QQ66) ReSULTOFMOFFKItd.FORMER / / around Mayport bats for eight innings I' Lleut
5froN'TIE SE.T and going Into the ninth, Rear Adm. Ralph] Davison predicts it," said the judge, "yo'u alwa'ssee ;
o TOTN8AO great things for Harlan. BI'ucesa flying over the Courthouse ?"
HIGH only], one Maypoit batter had 's Lt. Smith has been of immense "Peejins ?" asked Gino'
U.6.C. BUTWHENWLLFOUNDLOWERING reached firsthand that on an er help in developing him as a '
start diver since he has been attached He picked up a first-In high schoolas
to
out
POLE VAULTING IT WOULD; ror. Avery grounded NATTC and credits Lieut. (jgi i Middle Atlantic wrestling
CHAMPION BE 1QO MUCH the final inning. Frees missed a Helen ferry with helping him, too. champ. Which is quite some stal t
TROUBLE HE/ third strike, but the breakingcurve Arnold Finnefrook, sports editorof on the way to big-time athletic
I a FIRST MAN ClEARED eluded Catcher Jack Baer the Florida Times-Union, recently fame

TOHITMfTBfiin/ TRY/, FIRST and Frees was safe on first. ]length quoted while Lieutenant he was singing Smith the at Near'- The _d. _

MO Miller came through with a praises of Harlan's'futule, "He'll Top

II L 14 FT.111*. ____ ,r. strikeout on Manonl and was within win the three-meter diving cham-
one out of a perfect game. Outfielder pionship when the Olympic gamesare
I resumed in 1P48." the lieutenant
IgMA -
-' f1j; F .. I Gene Byrd, the villain! of unhesitatingly predicts

j the piece, strode to the platter, Lieutenant Smith was captainof
\. -" arid with the count two and two, the 1JC.6:: Dartmouth swimming

,, poked a Texas Leaguer into left team. He won the Junior National
ttt/ three-meter championship in 1937,
: I to block Miller's entrance into the and held the New York State title
Hall of Fame. Coble and Nagy" followed
/Il.x five consecutive years, stalling in
{
with bingles] to give May- 10tJ; >, Finnefiock recalls, in em-
port two runs and Miller a three- phazing the authority with which ,
: ... hitter. Gelnlnger with a home run the lieutenant speaks. He won the
.
:
.I '_,",, .. ;r -: -- and two singles, and Baer who 'Hawaiian championship last 1
: BILL'S A LT. IN THE SAW NOW-WAS ABOARD A CE- had a triple! and a pair of ones, I while representing the USS Yoik-year I .
:
." 0 ', STROYERTHAVS BEEN CALLED THE ""ONE SHIP' paced the Fliers' 17-hit attack on : town, and early this year finished \ I"I'

.,}! 1";:: TASK FORCE FOR THE WAY IT DEFENDED BABY Steve NHR.V. I third in the National AAU championships '
d '''''f If[ CARRIERS FROM A SUPERIOR JAP FORCE OURlK/ | Jack Seldwltz authored a three- at New London Conn.,
I ONE OP THE. PHILUPlfJES BATTLES-V n'OTBE hit shutout' in the seven ir / .R \\ hlle repiesenting the Navy. I'I'I!
., fr PART AMERICAS BoND BU'mr) 1" SK FORCE nightcap with Mayport, while Bill Dut Harlan laid some claim to .J
DeMars got three knocks to lead athletic fame before, he took up

1.-,., ,).. "..", L't/.. '.'"'''''' the Fliers at the plate. diving;: after joining the Navy. Backin rwerA,.... J S .p" ,j
j Victory League standings to 29 Lansdowne, Pa., where he attended Bruce Harlan, SpA)3c( ) poses

Sailor (tat stage door) : "Is the Here's l-a\in' you with what the August.TM.OI j hi'gh school], he was captain for picture wllh second' place
. | W L of his hoot's\ ) tratk and wrestling medal won In the three-imter
hula dancer in her dressing room ? little dog said after he had walked C.I.I., Id 'IINAS
" : ,: .. .,.., ,. HI 1I'lYiniinnl teams. He took second pltfrc In lilting 'IlIlmll.n"hll'| ", 'N at the recent -
'uunfIt
frht's :
Watchman "Son
": through the tl,lucco pntih: {1llt'l! : :; ':": ; : ; :. the 12-foot, pItlIlIlt events in the !Senior National Men' AAUentdurrr
the ear. |I tliffeunt fHI.ll ItlMlllillK 5jfh I (,'
your cigaittte taste MuUlle] ] Atlantic States meet end meet at )lJ allCll'alhl,
hailer] "I know that, but an- ,., 2 ii
: m
BV r my question." ]I I lately I ?" I rriri; t '. '. :: :: :::::::::::: ::: :: u | in the Pennsylvania State uncut I Ohio

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ge Ten NATTC JAX AIR ,NEWS SECTION 30 August, 1945



-- Atomic Energy I Trio RCf..cics! Awards From Capt. Lynch I


NATTC iinwjmitiiiin> .... tiMiviimm MH>umi iim tniiiiiiian> Maiiaii* iMm

I Is Discussed In .,. ," I I



ENTERTAINMENTMOVIE i Third In SeriesEditor's I(



note' The practical

and theoretical consecration IN I

SCHEDULE harnessing atomic energy are )
nothing" new to E...... J. V Rice, _
1'01)\* BOSTON BLACKIE BOOKED ON SUSPICION with USNR, currently a student in

Lynn Merrick and Chester Mortis; IDIOTS DELUXE, comedy; KUKU- the Aviation Ordnance Officer
NUTS, color cartoon; at 1730 and 1930. School. He won a B. S. degree .
S.\TlT I>.\RHAPSODY IN BLUE with Joan Leslie and Rob- in chemical engineering at Georgia : '

ert Alda; NEWS, at 1700 and 1930. Tech, studied nuclear reaction .
SUNDAY-RHAPSODY IN BLUE: NEWS; at 1500; I LOVE A under Dr. William Pollard of
BANDLEADER with Leslie Brooks and Phil Harris, in color: MR. the University of Tennessee, now
MOOCHER comedy; SCREEN SNAPSHOT, novelty; at 1730 and 1930. at Columbia, and came to NAT
MONDAY AND TUESDAY-DUFFY'S TAVERN with Ed Gardner TC from the General Ordnance

and Marjorie Reynolds: MONKEY BUSINESS, comedy; NEWS; a.I School at Washington, D. C 119 I : .(1 ,
1730 and 1930. has very kindly prepared an article if
WEDNESD.\Y-SWING IN THE SADDLE with Jan Frazee and on the "Development of s r. '; f

Red River Dave, in color; HAM AND YEGGS, comedy in color; Atomic Ellfrgllor the NATTC .
SCREEN SNAPSHOT novelty in color. 1730 and 1930. section of "Jax Air News," whichis
to be published in three parts
The obsermtions, are those of ,

I Ens. Rice personally and are not --*' 'nr3 S M.4
I to be construed as official U. S. Awarded medal last week by Captain J, R. Lynch, Commanding ;
i Navy statements All source NATerhTraCen (left center), with Comdr. C. 1\(. Jett looking on.
of information ate publicly avail are from right renter: Maurice R. Moynahan. AOMZr, from Chicopee -
I able. The third of the three Mats., who named the Air Medal while he was a member of
parts folknvs.: a crew on a rB Y-l on antl-Ktibmarlne,. > patrol In the> Bay of Biscay

and North English Channel areas; Billie M, James, IMIMir, of ,'
I Since it was definitely established llaleyvllle, Ala., who received<< the Bronze Star to add to his collection \
J
that radioactivity had its i of awards, winning this citation for administering first aid ..
origin in the nucleus, it becomes i to wounded Marine under Intense Japanese fire on Cape Glouce-' .
necessary to take a second look at I ter New Britain; and (i. U Cherries A1C2, Wilmington Del
our conception of it, for how can I many-tlme-clted" aircrew man who receded" the Air Medal for operational
\ we explain the electrons in the flight mission In the Far Eastern' Theater of Olf'rallnn"
Beta by the old of '
rays picture pro- -- -- -----
I tons and neutrons During the I Disbursing: To Pay .
thirties, theories were zealously !Officers Here

sought to explain this phenomenon. Personnel SaturdayFor I

Dirac, Heisenberg, and Fermi were
foremost in the search, and by an the second time In scarcely Get More BraidA
two week officer and
enlisted -
explanation too technical to be
personnel' in the NATTC i
covered by this article, it was decided
that the old concept was the Disbursing; Office are bending half dozen officers! at NATTC
bestthe nucleus backward for the accommodation recently were under
does consist of promoted authority
of all personnel" here I
protons and neutrons, while positrons contained in a BuPers Cir

... ,__ ... q,. .'." ',,,,,_,,,,.,,,'."_' __ vv-' .' ,__ and electrons result from With a. double week-end holiday cular Letter
Here Sunday, Monday, TueMlaj' 'Marjorie Reynolds, Leslie Brooks 'changes in the nuclear particles coming up i and 3 September | Comdr. Arthur M. Swanson, sen-
being radiated during a disintegration personnel will receive' pay lor dental
----- --- I officer here, was advanced
I -
Saturday for the last half of the I
SIECIEVENrS to the rank of captain and
I Besides natural rays that may month. Ordinarily a large part the promotion was retroactive to
be used to attack nuclei of the complement wouldn't be 10 March
/ Aboard several I i of this year. Captain
paid until next Tuesday.The ,
machines for
artificial Swanson has
producing
\Y-BASEBALL GAME, MAYPORT NAAS vs. NATTC AIR been on active duty
beams Disbursing\ Office did a
were developed The since 1 October
most 1939 and has beenattacied
RAIDERS NATTC Diamond at 1700 II
on
;
similar
courtesy, under '
I important of these pressureof
the
were cyclotron to NATTC's Dental De-
FRIDAY-ALL HANDS VICTORY DANCE with Ada Leonard
time the middle of the monthfollowing
and the de
Van Great
and her All-Girl Orchestra, in Auditorium; at 2000. ma- the announcement of partment since 28 August 1944.

WAVES Recreation and Athletic Area: Archery equipment available RCVtRSIBlE POTENTIAL! OF the cessation! of hostilities when His home is in Los Angeles

for men and WAVES. 30,000 VCM.T personnel received a two-day Lieut Comdr. Harold W. Rine-
GOLF. STATION COURSE. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to holiday unless they were In a smith was advanced to the rank of
all personnel. Clubs available at gear locker in NATTC Auditorium. t duty status. Lieut. Philip D. commander. He also is in the
GOLF INSTRUCTION for NATTC personnel by R. W. Reynolds, I Mill-ton I* the disbursing officer' Dental Corps and has been at NAT
SpA)2c( ) 1300 to 1530. (Special classes for WAVES by appointment). sMt TC since 8 January 194:). Other
Sign up at ,ShackSWIMMING + ( :g'j; /; )) (". 5)) sk45HES fROm promotions, from the rank of lieutenant .
DAILY Recreational period for enlisted men, their n TTC to lieutenant commander

guests, wives, and WAVES from 1500 to 2100 at NATTC pool No. 1. included Wesley N. Miller (DL) ,
Saturdays-Co-recreational period from 0830 to 1200; 1300 to 1700; Slfeij1] George F. Sauter, (IA), O-in-C of
1800 to 2100. Sunday-Co-recreational period from 1200 to 1700; and >.,Tfll -.. the AEM School, Thoma. P. White,
1800 to 2100.HOSTESS. I MC. and Aaron Z. Oberdorfer
... Wi"I
HOUSE open daily from 1530 to 2100. Saturdays and I I uw.ww MUClfW t MCS I.
Sundays from 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel and relatives I -
and guests. PATH Or PARTICLe I IN CYCLOTRON

NATTO LIBRARY open daily from 0500 to 2100. .. : Leads Band

BOWLING daily at Ships Service from 1200 to 2030. chineboth are methods of provid- Points Points -. Points .

Ashore ing tremendous acceleration to as tar as we know now Scott,
electrons or other charged parti- Riley and Jackson are the only
SUND\Y-Trip to Silver Springs for all NATTC personnel and cles, and directing them to the WAVES around our Barracks with
guests. Tickets $2.88 round trip. Bus leans at 0830 from circle out- target atoms. enough of those vital objects.

side Main Gate. Leaves Silver Springs at 1800. Special rates for Once the Fabian (nee Drinkhardi, Brewer
more,
question, "But
(Hubner), and Davis
servicemen and women at Silver Springs. were busy
how do
the
we get energy? probably -
JACKSONVILLE> nlAClIES-Buses leave at frequent intervals The saying goodbye and packing last
arises. answer still remains -
from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets Surf bathingand I difficult, but in general it week as they received Medical Discharges
other recreation at one of world's finest ocean beaches. Bus is this. By the and shot off for home.
striking
fare 25cNA target Lorene Chase is the first WAVE
I nucleus with from
a
I ray one of
MOTIIhR'S IIOsTE-N HOUSE 101 East Church Street. the sources mentioned above, a reaction here to receive her discharge under
USO CENTERS at 122 West Forsjth Street; above Blanding Bus may occur which results in the" "Returned Veteran Program -
Station; Church and Newnan Street; 311 West Duval Street. USO I the formation of two new elementsand She will loin her husband
who i is in an Army Hospital in
WOMEN'S DIVISION. at 4J West Monroe Street. the emission of a second ray.
CANOEING, .. rislIING AND BOATING: Cedar River on San This second ray in turn strikes a Colorado.Lee .
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on second nucleus, and a chain fission Sauls is all smiles this week
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, SOc; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor reaction is in progress. During as she announced her engagementto
of the Police
boats-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. each reaction mass of the nucleus Layson Force.
HORSEBACK RIDING: MAGNOLIA JsTARLES. San Juan Ave disintegrates into energy by the Mary Ann Donnell ha* finally .)
the Ponte Vedra
nue and Lakeshore Blvd. $1,00 per hour for two hours; $1.50 per one reaction joined likes that Club. She ,
hour; groups of eight or ten-$1,00 for two hours. HYDE PARK place
Wartime security has preventedthe Redman gave a sigh of relief as
STABLES, San Juan A\'enue-$1.00 hour time.
per any publication of data on any experiments she left :MAA duties' in Barracks
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since 1940, and the man 54 to work for the Office of Pub
Ada Leonard And All-Girl OrchestraWill ner in which such a reaction has lic Information writing for the
been controlled is one of the most Jax: Air News. Shirley Weaving is
Plav For Shin's Comvanv DanceAda interesting secrets ever concealed acting MAA.

.. '" Whether or not It11\ be releasedat Having determined after many
Leonard and her all ---- ------
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the war's termination is still a heated arguments the firing sequence
the both in sweet and hot
melody >
orchestra will bring big time entertainment 1?
large question for it Is highly con- of a "T Model, Jeanne
numbers Romance in Rhythm.The .
to the NATTC All-
ceivable that with a source of en Tobin and her famous Ford are
Hands Victory Dance Friday, 311 dark-haired leader has appeared ergy of such potentialities, man once more bounding about the station r
August, at the NATTCen Auditorium in six RKO movies end is could bring about his own annihilation and surrounding highways.
famous for her dancing abilities.
Believe It's for sale again now.
Miss Leonard and her famous Miss Leonard is noted as one of Sculli and Donnell seem to be
musicians have Just completed I America's best-dressed and perfectly Long before Kinstein's theory : quite interested in aquatic sports
record breaking engagements at formed women. All her was presented scientists realized lately. Maybe it's Duncan and '
'
the Trianon and Mission Beach gowns are styled by the famed designer i that the radiation energy from the Williams, the swimming instructors

Ballrooms. San Diego and the Adrian. I sun was far greater than that who seem to be Eager Beavers I
Frolics, :Miami. This famous alls NATechTraCen Ship Companyand which could be obtained by ordinary for this night duty.

girl band with their glamorous students are invited to this chemical means. Actually Helen Meter is showing the finIshed -
leader has become the favorite of entertainment and dancing treat : its energy Is derived from a nuclear crayon portrait for which

such music authorities as Tommy I at 2000 in the Auditorium. I reaction that converts mass she has been sitting very good.
Dorsay, Gene Krupa and Charlie to energy. Thus we see that the Favorite saying of local Sailorsto '
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Barnet. I sun is growing lighter each day. .
I I WAVES. "I need points,
head
Miss Leonard has 18 beautiful Sailor: "Go and telephone However, its mass is so great that honey will you marry me *" t
and talented girls in the band, each and if a man answers ask I even with an approximate weight It was one mad skirmish as
him why the hell he isn't in the loss of 360 000
the outstanding girl performer on million tons per daya dampened and squealing WAVEJ
her particular instrument in this Navy? minimum of fifteen million years tried to get away from the Parade
country. Norma Carson is admitted will! be required for it to radiate Grounds at Personnel Inspection

by all musicians to be the Customer: "Will this suit hold away. last Saturday. without being

world's best girl trumpet player. its shape 1"Salesman BIBLIOGRAPHY: scrutinized too closely In their ,
Florence De'l, the Leonard drum I : "Absolutely, that suitis Energy and Matter C. B revealing condition something' Ada Leonard, who with her
mer, is known by hot music fans made of pure virgin wool." Bazzoni about these Florida showers! But I famous All-Girl Orchestra. will
to rank with the best of male akin j I Customer: "I don't care about University Society the sailors and Chiefs should talk I play for the NATTC All-Hand

beaters. The orchestra, noted for I, the morals of the sheep. Will it Revolution In Physics, F..rnlltZlmmer..Harcourt sclvvie as well a* pink slip Victory ,Dance, Friday, 31 August .
:w i its eye and ear appeal, sticks to'' ,hold its shape?" s. j Brace were showing I I ,

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I "Old Reliable" Mariners Used Here For Training j''Mayport NAAS To Play Here Today, ;


lI"ifif,: >< < *.,/ i! In Finale To '45 Air Raider Ball ;



j _,_ ___ H I, The curtain will ring down this I

afternoon on the NATTC Air Raid
: Deadline Is Set ers' 1945 baseball season-as- hectic

a round of cancellations and postponements

3 as one could di'eam up
e On ,
For Decision ,when the Mayport NAAS team

i comes to the local diamond The

game is set for 1700
Football League It"III be the second encounter -

I between the two teams, a1i -
Whether or not NATTC has a I though "several other Iracan-w'

f' I football league this fall depends I between the two nines have l*..-n.

largely on the response potential i I scheduled, some even started,
; -' players make during the next few I but Rain-that's right, with. w
v' .:. )ijJ; ,
invitation extended
>o to by
"' I: days an capital It-halted all of J Ito m.
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,. :' ... J.r '!\!:;t :"( ..,,'1A'. .. y i.4't'w' y .i' 'ffiJ: : the Physical Training Departmentfor I Late in the Spring the Air Raiders -
<+ desire tn I
to
them a defeated
express the MouthofOntSt.Johns .
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m't".f4 ; ,;;t)1, <-" *. -' '''i''v f' .:, R -"......' be in charge, said this week. I Last week the Air Raiders managed -
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:::6 ', .., .i'Io, 'fiJl t't:1h t"1!. .' ;; e''o......:3. I i In order to have a successful to get in a couple of g&rms,

Zt .1 :;.(:J"r )- j I season, both from the players but even one of those went to a 3-3
,
itz. I and isolators' point of draw and
had to be called at the
_n, .oJ............_ n'.... n n'n".t J't: ," ......- ,:-=-2.--',,- -,_._..J_.,.,- _. .-- ".. ,.,., I /'It'It will be necessary to hate end of the eleventh because of approaching -

\\'ht'n'If'.Adm.. Mare A. Mltscher last night reviewed the astounding development of Naval Aviation at least four learns in the league, darkness, and the off

through the past 32 '.'t'arl'l' he mentioned among oilier patrollers the Martin Mariner, describingthe Kelley pointed out. That was the record fact that the visiting

flying boat as "old reliables." Here are some of the Mariners at Naval Air Technical Training the setup last. year and provided Waycross Army Air Base players

I Center where they have been lifted" In training Alrerewmen I for their Important role as part of Naval two games' a week for an avid "were getting hungry."

Aviation. Naval Air Technical Training came into Its own during this war and ha* now assumed Its football fandom at NATTC. | By defeating the Moody Army

place In the Naval Aviation picture. a vital, continuing part In preparing for air operations In the There should beat least 25 players Air Field at Valdosta last Wtdnes-

Navy. Today, Naval Aviation start on its 33rd year of activity. on each team, he added and I day afternoon, 1-0, the Air Raiders -
..- ---- -- I In order to get' up that kind of a stretched their number of winsto

NATTC Observes team roster it may be necessary 23 for the season. At the end
NATTC Student I for two or three schools to pool : of the week their season's fctoie

32nd AnniversaryNaval I their players to make up an adequate stood Won 23, Lost 8, Tied 2,

. AviationThe squad I Johnny ((44 point) Bittner

Recalls Vividly I. I If the league materializes, games 'pitched for the NATTC team in

Naval Air Technical< will be played during players' lib- Valdosta, tossing out a masterful

Pacific AttacksBeneath Training Center Mill
S2nd anniversary I of the foundingof will be furnished by the Physical his team mates, keeping the Army

Naval Aviation today, SO Augrist SHIPS Training Department, unless some lads scoreless.

the coat of black paint along with other V. t S. team has a coach already lined up Right Fielder Rerntlch Mortal

Applied to the PBY named "Four Navy personnel all around the COMPANY PROFILES to handle that task The depart- 1 the lone, and winning, run for

i>r Five Times," there lies, of all globe.Although. I ment also will furnish complete i the Air Raiders In the fifth Inning. -

things, a Varga girl, It Mill Iw ""ork and I uniforms to the pla 'ers, He hit safely anti After

Robert Whlteley, 24 yearold study at usual for the personnel I I "Never baked before Joining the I Men Interested In playing reaching third In serifs
AOMlc, served as a bow gunner at NATT, a large number Navy," says Mary A. Scheurman, should contact Lieut. Kelley at *, pranced home
for 20 months. "The cat was never of specially Invited guests: are SC3c, the first and only WAVE I I I the Physical Training Depart pitch.

quite the came after they paintedher expected to visit this training i to instruct at the Seamen Cooks' ment. In order that something The 3-3 game with Wayc oss

," he said in a recent 'interviewfct renter throughout the day andnee and Bakers. School. definite can be known In time to Thursday had been postponed from

NATTC where he is attendingthe Just how Aircrew men-vital I For nine months Scheurman work up schedule and give the the preceding Tuesday. The Air

Advanced Ordnanceman'sSchool. part of the naval aviation program taught her classes the art of pas- players a chance to get In home I Raiders gathered up their three

-have been trained here I 1 try-making plain and fancy. workout before the season ] runs In the fourth Inning. Killough:

Whittier, serving in the Pacificfor 1 .since Pearl Harbor 1 For proof of their culinary skills opens, he set a deadline! of next drew a pass, Woddail, R t.nilln! ,
all of those 20 months, wears 5 for Ferezan, and Berner hit.
,
remember the refreshments at the Wednesday September,
|! A number of specially ins liedguests
the of Combat Aircrew- The
visitors
wings a NATTCen dances and ask any contacting him. picked up two of
man, the American Theatre ribbon, ; "III'I..it the training WAVE about the marvelous addi- I i So- whether there's football at their runs in the fifth, and their d
the Asiatic Pacific ribbon with center during the day, accordingto third In the
I eighth.
at NATTC this fall becomes pretty
to have
tions they used noon
three bronze stars, the Commendation ('apt. Joseph Ii. Ljnch, Commanding mess much a decision for football play- Jaworski. pitching for the NAT

ribbon the Presidential unit Officer, MATT and i ers themselves to make. The TC nine, allowed nine hits during
1 has smile when
will have an opportunity to see | Scheurman to
citation with star and the the afternoon but
one coveted I equipment is here, capable coaches kept them muttered -
of the training facilitiesi << 1 she thinks of the Interesting students -
Air Medal. of many out
Quite an array are available, and the gridiron can through seven of the: II
here which before hate been re- she had In her da""pII.I ,
fruit salad.Attached\ i innings. Doyle of the visitors
I i be readied whenever it's necessary. gave
ktrlcted<< to the public i Only 2'i years old and blonde, she
to a patrol bombing I That's about all it takes. up six in five innings, and Hanson
of
ahead
... had to one step
-- keep
squadron, Whiteley has been at no i .. --- allowed one in six
less than 25 bases In the Pacific, Nimitz Lauds Those regular Navy men, some serving I Last Monday, the Air Raid,..1
in the area around New Guinea i second hitches, ex-Army MessSergeants Makeever To Help were scheduled to travel to Mari-

and the Admiralty Islands. Affording Supplies : truck drivers, medical anna to make one final, IMS at...
ball and Waves In Softball
students, pro players
It after Christmas in tempt to play the Army Air Base
was just I In speaking of the tremendoustask policemen. Mary ItI aN
lt 43 when the "Four FI'eTimes" says The NATTCen WAVE Softball team of that city. Earlier games
or of supplying our Pacific Fleet, : really fun to watch them take I
came two miles off a cerRobert Adm. Chester W. Nlmltz. USN, team will finish off the season un- have all been rained out.
i with the rc.1I1II
such pains fancy
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-- der the professional coaching of
< Commander-in-Chlef, U. S. Pacific I and kings
,
,) Fleet and Pacific Ocean Ares, recently I Gaul, Bkr 2c and Scheurman are Lt. Midge Makeever. The Air "SofTbalfStandings
Raider mentor will probably give
said: I 1 responsible for those extra fancy
the girls of the finer pointsof
some
"The method by which we are special occasion cakes with the
the to meet their
able to supply and maintain a elaborate decorations If you're nents. game oppo-

task force thousands miles to
great lucky enough
I So far this season the WAVE
from its base for extended periodsof know a chief. team has been practicing betweenthe (KexuUft to 27 August)
time is one of the greatest secret
; I you've probably showers under the able direction Officers' LeagueW
: weapons. I do not propose to seen them. of SpiAis Mansini and Ber- L
f disclose that secret to the Japanese After the t Administration 7 1
I
who would very much like 4 rett.The Schools 4 4
school closed'Scheurman I WAVE league on the station -
to know it, but this much I can Students 3 5
was Y has been cancelled and the
say: sent to the NA NATTCenter team is now trying Ordnance 2 6American

,i "It could not be accomplished Tech TraCenBake to get some off-station games in

without the loyal and tireless efforts Shop order to show off their new skills. League
of thousands of officers, enlisted she W L
where helps --
F men and civilian\ employeesof Marines 3 0
make those de She was a gorgeous: creatureHe
the Navy whose job, it Is to supply Scheurman ARM Operations 1 1
Mary male
lict i i Iou s pie, was a doting
"
l11w the Fleet cakes and Danish pastries. The He admired her figure in English AFC 3 2Awn.

I turns out about 4,000 it in Braille. Ordnance 3 2
---------- Bake-Shop And wanted to study
I Training Division 1 5Adv.
calorie-laden items
each of these
I r i And did you hear about the Ordnance
() 7National
to furnish Galleys
in order
I
WAVE on a crowded bus' who daily Gets Fourth Striper _
JtJ I
certain sailor looked 1, 2, and 3.
thought a
Before entering the WAVES
Whlteley, AOMlc familiar and found out a little later LeagueW L
and
Scheurman did drafting surveying -
that he was ? Basic Elec. f 2
lain island in the Bismarck Sea for the Government program
Turrets
There, in the harbor, alone and I Father: "I sea by: the gas! tank out In the the Columbia state of Washington River- Cooks & Bakers 2 4 3 3

unsuspecting. were two enemy deltroyt'rs. that you didn't go very far last but when along she joined the WAVES Police 2 3
B "
night. decided .she would like to getaway Phase X 1 2
"What a taigetl"! Whiteley re- j Son: "That's what you think." from this routine so attended PT & Welfare 1 3

_
members. "We started a bombing
the Cooks' and Haker
run' quicker than you could say I Mrs.'Jones: "Two of my daughters school at Hunter College, New- I Schoolsleague
"
'Make Mine BalUntine.: are working girls Coa..tanti" W L

"But it didn't take those Japs I Mrs. Smith: "Huh! Two of mine York. She sent requested'est here on 6 October. r Bks. 53 4 0
a"
long to see what the score was. are working men" Her home I I" In Colville, Washington I Bks, 6 2 1

They opened up with enough shore U of ten Bks. 5 3 4
batteries for the whole Black Cat 4 j coming: so actually I was blinking and After she the one war she, Bks. 61 2 3

Squadron. I don't know whether all the time. children. Bks. 2 2 3
with
they thought there were more of I "They kept firing, and we kept plan on attending ho college is In Bks. 60 1 3
now
us, or what but they sure tried laying eggs and telling our teethto her twin brother

hard to get us. stop chattering, until the radar the Philippines- best ;b ARM League
t "How'many cata were there in : went out. When that happened< In answer to what she likes I j W L

I the raid?" Whlteley was asked., we knew we were too clone to the about the Navy "I love the Bks, 18 6Bks I
I liberty time we get and I only I 3 3Bka
"Just us, he replied. shore. i I 16 5
One patrol bomber against an'I "We'd done all our damage. All have 19'i points._. 1:1: 5 3

island, full of Jap anti-aircraft. 'i lour eggs were gone, end we got a -- -- leave Bks, 17 3 6 }

"I don't know for sure just how probable sinking of one of the two I Captain: ""Enjoy your Bks, H 2 4Bks.

long we attacked," Whiteley continued I tin-cans, and beat up the other al- Lieutenant? I 6 2 r
"but it wasn't very long.It most as much I JG: "Yes, sir, but there's nothing -

just seemed long."I 1 I "An we flew back to New like the feel of a good" desk I "I always wondered whets all
I
,
I back Guinea we could see the flies : beneath your feet again.
remember when was ______ I the Smiths come from till I came
in high school, I used to watch I spread, and the explosions/! W..lltI ." f y to this city. Then what happened<< ?

the second, hand go around the I pop-pop-pop until we were too faraway Teacher: "Spell 'straight'" Arthur M. Swanson, I saw a sign: "Smith Manufacturing -
I I
clock.: I can tell you this: Combat to hear anymore. Johnny: "S-t-r-a-l-g-h-t. Dental Officer at NATTC Company."
Senior
what
min- Whlteley, who has previouslybeen Teacher: "Correct. And
flying Isn't measured in I.I.do..s to the
promoted
?" recently wan
attached to the NATechTraCen it mean
utes. the "Did you hear about the fellow
rank of Captain, although
"Our actual rail:! lasted only at Memphis, and the Naval Johnny: "Without a thaser. advancement is retroactive to 10 who atayed up all night figuringout

about 15 minutes, but time dependson Air Gunnery School in Hollywood, S"'anlion where the sun went when it
of this Capt. -
how close the ack-ack comes. Fla., intends to stay in the Navy.In Girl-"Would you like to see March year. In the went down?"

I Just closed my eyes and kept the two and a half yearn, he's off where I"was operated on for appendicitis Naval went Reserve on active in duty October of "No. What happened?"

bow gun going, and then I'd open to a good start toward 'seeing the ? "It finally dawned on WnV
AMM-"No, I hate hospitals. 1939 '.
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STATION CELEBRATES 32NB AIR AflNIVEHSARYVITH



\ SPECIAL MAMMOTH AIR, GROUND PROGRAM



MORNING AFTERNOON ,

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O'900-Cales Open, Football Practice at Mason Field. 1200 Repeat of Motion Pictures.

1000-Aerial Parade; Motion Picture at Mainsde Aud 1400-Another Showing of Motion Pictures.

itorium, "The Fleet That Came To Stay." Student 1500-Aerial Parade; Football Practice at Mason Field.OfUcer's .

1530-Field Carrier Landings.
Auditorium, "Battle of New Britain."
1600-Simulated Attack on Station; Last Showing of
10JO-Field Carrier Landings.
Motion Pictures.
1100 Simulated Attack Station. I
on
I 1700-Gates Close; Baseball-Fliers vs. Cha&on at Mason
1130-Survival Program at Indoor Pool, ItfATTC Area. ; Field.


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Throughout Day -- Synthetic Devices Display ..- DI<1gs.
158 and 111 ; Parked Aircraft Display Near Hangar 117; Cha
pels, corner Birmingham Avenue and Mustin Road; Launch
ing and Beaching of PBY's Between hangars 121 and 110.;
Low Pressure Runs--Mainside: Dispensary, Bldg. 8; Assembly -
and Repair Shops, Bldg. 101 ; Hospital] Area (grounds
only) ; Senior :Married Officeis' Quarters; Supply ..- Bldgs
110, 111 and 102; Administration Building, Bldg. 1 ; Indoor
Swimming Pool (NATTC area). Toilet facilities at indoor ... I
swimming: pool, Chapels, Hangar 121, and As embland y I II II Ii
Repair Shop. II
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Buses will load for tours of station at parking) area east
of :Mustin! load known as NATTCenter Parade Gmun,

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w'r t Sandwiches and soft dunks at the Civilian Ca f.teria
r 1 from 0000{ (o 1100, Meals: served from 12P.O: to 1430.NATTC : .


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The following school: may be visited throughout the
day: Aviation E'ectricians'' Mate School, Bldg. 512; Aviation
Storekeepers' SchoO:, Bldg. 515; Automatic Pilot School,
Bldg. 502; Aviation Fire Control School, Bldg. 621 : Aircraft
Turrets School Bldg. 514; Advanced Ordnance School, Bldg. I
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