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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: September 6, 1945
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 3. No. 26 6 September, 1945


Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Command


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



I SEPARATION CENTER MOVES AHEAD ON SCHEDULE I


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Enlisted Personnel Will Rate I Commissioning Ceremony I -

I MEN PROCESSED

+ [ ----
Travel Time On Leave PeriodHere's i

Stockton Leaves;

Travel time Is now being grant.
I ed on all leave, annual, emergency, DeWolf RelievesAs
Word On I and rehabilitaion, for enlisted _
I personnel. Conter Head

This new policy was announced
'! last week by Comdr. Paul E. Em- ,... ,
Bill Of Rights 1 rick, station executive officer andI r Operations at the new Person

I acting commanding officer, in Station ,, nel Center here went steadily
,<(_ Edttoratfutr: This is the second/ I Order No. 89-45>,. Supersedingall ,,., forward last week with Horne
articles IhcHrif previous directives on the subject neparatees already on their way
in a series of outlining!
the order incorporates a number and the new officer-in-rhargn.
/ and benefits/ of World War
II veterans and their dependentsBy of other changes as well. Captain Maurice M. DeWolf, assuming
command yesterday, a*
Arthur; Greene, Y2c Present policies governing leave \t relief of Captain Gilchrlst It.
time for officers remain Unchanged
Staff Writer \ Stockton, who has. been detached
the executive office said.
Last week this column discussedthe for duty outside the continental
The leave year for enlisted personnel
problem of jobs for returning Is defined as the calendar limits of the United
veterans. As there will be millionsof States.
year.
young men and women from Rehabilitation leave, it is pointed The change of command took
the armed forces who will wish to out, counts against annual place with brief but impressive
continuetheir, education which) leave, except that the first 15 ceremonies in front of the center's
was interrupted by the war: we of rehabilitation leave during new administration building No.
will devote this week to educational calendar year will not reL L LjgJ! A AIN 593 As Old Glory fluttered overhead
benefits available to veterans. against the 15 days of annual In the early morning breeze,
Educational aid to veterans i is now authorized. Each day of and the last strains of the bugle'
available from the Veterans' Administration habilitation leave in excess of 15 died away, following morning col-
provided: days during the calendar year, BKIir BUT l n>JmSSICJmE IOXms last Thursday ors, Captain Stockton, the outgo-
(1) You were discharged under however, will count against annual morning, the new Personnel Separation ct'ntf'r8" formally coin- ing C.O., told all hands that he U:
conditions other than dishonorable. leave. ] ml.Iont'lth", C'aptain Gilchrlst B. Stockton as commanding otfleer. to report to the Commander, U. S.
((2)) You were not over the age The new order continues the In the above photo Captain Stockton reads! his orders designating Naval Forces in Europe, and later
of 25: years at the time you entered policy of permitting leave to begin him as the C. O. Left to right are Comdr. F. M. DuU, senior to the Commanding General, U. S
service or you can prove at any hour of the day or medical officer at the renter; M. William H. Nichols, administrative Army Forces, Mediteranean Theater
; that your education ortraining night, and to end at the same hour assistant; Captain Stockton, Captain Robert J. White, senior station of Operations, for duty at Vienna
was Interrupted or interfered with on the day indicated on 3 leave chaplain who I delivered the Invocation; and Lt. Comdr.. I). Waller, Austria.

by reason of your service; or if papers as the last day of authorized executive officer. The popular officer, who has
you desire a refresher or retrain absence. For example, a 15- 1----- ---- been assistant to the executive officer

ing course day annual leave with four days I 1I Local Red Cross Jews Make Plans since January, 1942, and who
(3.> You served 90 days or more travel time which commences at has been chiefly responsible for the
(not counting the time in Arr/ 1400 on 1 September, will end at For Own New Year rapid setting up of tho SeparationCenter
: Specialized Training Program o'r.. Continued on Page Seven Needs Workers here, expressed his regrets
Navy College Training I'rogram, __ __ : Members of the Jewish faith on that his new duties prevented him
which course was a continuationof \ Although the war is over, the this station will Join together to- from remaining any longer.
a civilian course and which was Civil Service Will I work of the American lied Crossin | morrow in the celebration of Rosh "But I believe that this activity
pursued to completion, or as a Cadet reality is just beginning, Mrs. j Hnshono. the traditional Hebrew is ready to function according to
or Midshipman in a Service Start 5-day Week I I New Year. Special services will plan, and that you all will extendto
Academy) or were discharged or II I Anthony U. Brady, chairman of I be conducted by Chaplain Leo Captain DeWolf the same splen-

released from service because of 9 the NAS Red Cross Chapter, said 1 Stillpass, Jewish Naval Chaplain did co-operation you have givenme
an actual service-incurred injuryor Beginning Sept I yesterday in an appeal for more ior this area, in the Small Chapel ," he told the assembled staff.

disability Effective 9 September, the regular Navy wives to help in making sur- I at the corner of Mustin and Center In OperationThe
((4)) You start such education I work week for civil service gical dressings, layettes, and mending Birmingham Roads. Services will activation on the Separation
within the prescribed time limits employees of the station will be for the olgp nsary. I be held Friday at 1815 Saturday Center at last Thursday's formal
nt 0930 and 1930
after official and Sunday at
discharge or end of
five days of eight hours each, Mon She pointed out that now that 0930. commissioning ceremonies
w'whichever date Is later day to Friday, inclusive, accord I the shouting nas stopped the mercy A musical will be brought demobilization a step nearer -
Tire basic length of training i is ing to station order received this work and relief must be carried I under program the direction of presented reality for thousands of south
one year, or Its equivalent in part Lois
and
Georgia Florida
week. out on a larger scale than Navy veter
Bigelow SlcSpW( ),
featuring I
time study. As this has beendefined
year ans. And
Necessary 21-hour maintenance ever before now processing is ready
chanting by Henry Newman Y2c
as a calendar and ,
most educational institutions year work will be accomplished by stag While) the air station chapter and solos by Theodor Unterman, I to move into high gear.
pro- gering the shifts, including those I Sic, former Two officers. Lt. Comdr. Arthur
vide for nine-month school wuj on a one-day schedule only a member of the
a year,, worked by telephone, telegraphand I during the summer months because Great Lakes Choir Unter'man C. Humphrey of VPB2No, and
in most cases the veteran will be
guard personnel. will also blow the Lt (Jg) James T. Payne of NATS,
eligible for an additional three of the hot weather, a two Ram's Horn,
months of training. Work on Sunday, or work in excess day schedule is being resumed now. which is a colorful part of the have already been separated thru
of the 50 hour week, will be The chapter will meet on Rosh Hashono zitual the center. The first group of enlisted
If complete these I Tuesdaysand ;
(except you refresher courses permitted only in case of emergency Fridays from 0930 to 1500 at There is unusual significance in personnel is going through
or retraining .
or for work which can in no the Small Chanel. Luncheon will the traditional Holy Day this the demobilization procedure at the
courses) satisfactorily, will
be entitled to additional educationor you way be accomplished during the be served to au ladies participating. year, since the 1945 date marks center now.During .
usual hours. In these cases, authorization the first time in many years that September, it is antici-
training not to exceed the length must be obtained from Jews in all parts of the world have pated that 125> persons daily /ill
of time :you spent in active serv- the Commanding. Officer prior to It is anticipated that many Navy been free to celebrate in their own be processed. When the peak of
ice after 16 September 1910. I mothers will have more free time
The operation is hit 450
the time the work is to be per- I way. Jews in countries formerly naval person
You may select your own course formed. I now that the schools have been dominated by the Nazis will nel a day will pass through the
at any educational or training institution Naval Air Training will continue reopened and the children will be worship openly and will be free center on their way back to civilian
.. which accepts you as to operate six days a week Cross away during the hours the tiled i to offer. special memorials for the life.
Continued On rage Seven ) until further notice meets These hours, Mrs. more than five million membersof nan Outlined
-- --- --- ---- ---__ __ h -- Brady hopes, they will devote to the faith who were massacred Under the Navy's demobilization
I Yes, Sir, The: Gales Were Open --I this worthy and important cause. during the Nazi-Fascist. reign. plan all personnel will be discharged
-- from
x -- -- ---- separation center
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,.
+ '""t : ,:," '(', flesh Hashono GreetingsI nearest their homes with the
U. exception
< S. Ships Leave Britain
'4t.G, : ',j"u.: ; I I want to extend my sincere of hardship cases. Thesa
There are no U. S. Navy ships good wishes to all Jewish per exceptions are:
remaining in the United Kingdom sonnel in the' Command duringthe 1. When dependents are with the
it was disclosed officially this coming High Holy Days. I serviceman or living near his cur-
week The last ones, a convoy of share with you the joy of seeingthe rent duty post.
LST's, left early in July, and with end of hostilities, and look 2. When the serviceman has an
them went the last of the sailors forward with you to a world at automobile and elects to travel
who landed American and British peace. home In it.
7rr soldiers on Normandy beaches a RALPH DAVISON, 3. When the serviceman has a
$! ; year ago. Rear Admiral, USN, definite offer of employment at a
-- --- ---- -- CNAOpTraOn place other than his home of record
A and R Commended .
i behalf of Captain Brady, 4. When the serviceman has effected
sgfi : IS AS, Jacksonville, received who is at present out of the an official permanent
an official pat on the back recently city, and myself, I wish to con- change of address
$ In the form of a commendatory vey to all the Jewish Naval While enlisted men will be discharged -
letter from the personnel, greetings on this it was understood that
Chief IluAer, In which it was Jewish New Year. We have officers are merely separated at
stated that this station deserves achieved victory by men of all the center Upon completion of
O a ""ell clone" for the manner In races, colors, and creeds work- their terminal leave they auto
which" materials have been controlled ing together and fighting side matically pass to an inactive duty
1 and utillzt"tlln the A and by side to reach this common status. If they wish to completely
J K Department goal. disassociate themselves from the
TII\r FOUBIDDINU STOP sign/ outside the main gate held no I "The increasing Importanceof It la the prayer of all of us service, they must apply to the
terror for an estimate crowd of 10,000 curious cltl/cns who poured determining) and declaring that this same spirit may pre- bureau to resign their commission!
into the station during last Tliursdaj's first open house, Intent upon excels: material promptly. J lit reeogniteci vail in the days ahead so that Officers will be processed in one
jetting their first glimpse behind the high fences that line Roosevelt / ," the letter Mated," and peace and justice may long en working day at the center, but en.
Highway./ There was entertainment for kids and adults alikein ',y copy of this letter, Naval dure.My listed personnel will require three
the special anniversary program. Pictured above is a visitor at Air Station, Jacksonville, I Is best wishes for a very days to effect discharge
the gate receiving one of the 5000 anniversary ropier of the JAX commended for the effectivenessof happy and peaceful New Year I The center is still operating in
PAUL E. EMRICK 'its
,
AIR NEWS which were distributed during the biff day. That Rill the measure being taken Commander, USN, temporary quarters in DId!;, _
'Smith YSc of Alit NEWS staff anti with to this 575, but upon
doing distributing./ (Story respect problem, Executive Officer NAS. completion of re-
,
more picture on page 3). Continued On Page Severn


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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 6 September 1945



. 3'eparated And On Their Way- I I Ship Sees ActionIn Iii 74VS {Navy to Cite Its



Major BattlesOf Civilian WorkersThe


Pacific Fight Navy Department has announced
YY I that it will award Rec

Dining 15 months of action In PGtiY ognition of Service certificate to

the Pacific, the light cruiser USS civilian\ employees for their part in

Biloxi was in on every major engagement building and maintaining the biggest ,I
and did not lose a single and most powerful Navy in :
manl) These two records are considered world. .
the ;
I
without parallel in the entire -
'
inches wide and
& mss Pacific war. A scroll, eight
: a With the day for going homeat 10 inches long and carrying the
From her first action In bombarding
least a pin point on the horizon United States Navy seal and signed -
Wotje in the Marshalls I
most the commanding officer of
of the future now peopie by
until she hit kamikaze
was by a about future plans, I the awarding establishment, will
are talking
off Okinawa, the Biloxl took partin
I arise a permanent testimonial
but sometimes thoughts seras
a steady stream of fleet actions
i to the holder's essential war work
too.
about the past,
so that her log: looks like a
straight recital of the sea war | It ham't been all beer and skit- I i The awards will be given upon

Her gunners got their,.first enemy tles (for peaches and cream or request to those] workers whose six
of employment was
plane in the Matiannas, Twice she I bread and honey pick your own I term
chased almost into I other hand it 'months or more during the period
Jap convoys cliche) but on the
a December 7 1041 to the end i
ya from ,
Tokyo buy For three days she hasn't been all rugged either, The I
I of hostilities, and who did not voluntarily -
gave battle off Formosa Just before | regimentation, the often strangeworking I
leave their
Jobs during
w we returned to the Philip- I hours, the crowds were
: this period. The next .of kin of
pines.During: some of the things we disliked:
$ workers who have died will
those
the Battle for Leyte the Idea that
"" I Yet, lest anybody get
Gulf, she whipped off a' full be sent certificates without submitting -
powerrun w e are a new generation of full
SHARING HONORS AS FIRST OFFICERS TO HT. PROCESSED I '' ,
a request
to each San Bernardino '
by the newly formed Jax Separation Center, are Lt. Comdr. Arthur i time complainers, maybe we ought I
Straits In time to head off before the Japanese
a Jap Shortly
to sound off little about the good
G. Humphrey left of'I' anti Lieut (Jg) James T. Payne I I a I
cruiser which had escaped the I surrender, Naval shore Installations
second from of >AT! The' two officers things, too. I
( right) > outgoing are pictured I I ,
disaster in the Philippine Sea. At employed approximately '
with Lieut. Unit! Separation Center and Captain Stockton, officer\ In charge I the Marines the conveniences offered by the ,
rc..I't to a l laid down yards. About three out of four of
]
I pin fire the Ship's Stores. Nice to be able to : "
II point although Jap all employees were "blue collar\ "
I shcre batteries were trying despet- get,a milkshake, or a sundae, or a !I I who worked with their hands, and ro

Separation_ : _Staff j ately to put her out of action. malted when the outer civilian one fourth did clerical work.
-> n' .V' world viewed any such palatable
The Biloxl arrived off Okinawa I x .
-
a week before the invasion forces concoction as rarer than platinum ,I
started coming in. For three and even harder to find) Same I Fellow Citizens

day she steamed up and down deal for cigarettes. \Ve were rationed '

the coastline, escorting minesweepers for a while, but not unbearably : t

In between escort runs, so, and at least we always Honor Ernie PyleA ,

neutralized enemy shore positions had a few smokes available, We I I
memorial is to be elected' In
by bombardment. cussed the inevitable and enduringlines
honor of Columnist Ernie P\le In ;
Kamikaze Hits waiting at all the counters, 1
Dana, Ind, home town of the tie-
On the morning; of March 27 I but when it was our turn, we I loved war correspondent,. a committee f\
kamikaze planes attacked in force I could still make our purchase, be I' of fellow Dana citizenshas
Four came in together; the Biloxi I it refreshments or cigarettes announced

kncrked down three, but the other I ually there was chewing gum, U.-1 The committee plans! to bring

one trashed portside aft, knockingtwo a commodity which disappearedfrom back the remains' of Pyle from
great holes in the side, one I vivillan counters almost as the island of le Shima In tbe Pa-
beneath the water line. i soon as the first shot was fired. enshrine
is stated and
,
THE STAFF OF TilE SEPARATION CENTER posed for the I cific, I It,
I Water flooded the storeroom
I It's been pleasant to have movies them in a hundied-acie' park In
picture abate following last Thursday's commissioning ceremonies. compartments, ruining most of theptovisions.
to take up some of the spare I Dana The park will also be the
Left to right are Lt. (jg) G. It. McClelland, division officer; Lt. (jg) A bomb penetrated I time Pleasant to have a couple of site of the Efnie Pyle Memorial I

Georgia G. Ulnn, In charge of the Women' Reserve; Lt. G. T. I| below the hangar deck, but by a I theatres to choose from, and to Library, which will house a collection
Harper, Records Department>> ; Lt. Comdr "'. D. \\aller, executive freak of luck, failed to explode. I "must"
know that if missed a of books especially selected to
officer Captain G. Stockton, officer Lt. W. R. Nichols her you I
; commanding: ; Despite) crippled conditionand
for
could catchit knowledge essential
one night, spread
administrative athUtant; Lt. George II. ElsaftN. Chll Readjustment I a 1 It; to port, the Biloxi carried picture you .
the next And don't forget the international understanding.Plans
officer; Lt. (jg) M. D. Burton, personnel officer\ ; and Lt. O. \V.Tlner cut its bombardment assignment admission prices, either! First time I have also been made fora
O.O.D.Navy. throughout the That
day
I i we have to pay full entrance fees memorial fund to endow a fouryear -
night damage control crews made
plus taxes fora civilian movie course in government at a
f
hurried The
temporary repairs.
have chill leading university. The idea is to
again, we'll probably a
next morning: found the ship back
Drives Ahead off the beach, firing as usual I from the shock. We didn't have professionally train .,students for
air conditioning, upholstered seats government positions lequiiing the
For the next 20 it ye, the Biloxl ,
continued to support the invasion I and swank usherettes, but we didn't understanding of national. and International -

For Pilots Recruits forces and then withdrew for a have to pay to get it, either, and problems "vital to a
complete ovethaul. The declaration after all, the show was the same, lasting peace, the hope for which
was expressed by Pyle in his book, 1
The recreation was
program
of peace found her back in her
In order to old haunt, shaming off the coast complete. Because W'elf are WILl on This Is Your War"The

tinuous flow of new group. of Japan, close on the heels of the the job right down the line, we I Ernie Pyle Memorial will\ be 1
'I---- IWibllitlet financed through a public appealfor
could have tennis equipment and 1
retreating Japs
fleet the will
Navy
; I
have not service funds the of 22
seen --- courts, horseshoes, badminton, during period !
r make flight training I I as well as those recently discharged August to 22 September. Honorary -
archery, Softball, basketball, and
i 17 and 18 year old I through the Army and Oil Line Now I all the sports facilities free to committee for the memorial,
graduates: or to 1 Pipe
Navy demobilization plans ate of headed by Mrs Ernie Fyje. includes !
say nothing our very own out-
\ their last semester being sought In the new recruitingdrive. many notables] !!, among them

L r or secondary school, Navy officials point out Joins Two Oceans I door swimming the less pleasant pool"On but necessary Secretary of Mate Byrne, Admiral -

f, Navy bulletin that such further service is solely I King and New Yoik's Mayor
There would have been interruption j side, we could get our sniffles,
Applicants must a matter of voluntary action on no LaGuaidia, t
aches, pains, bruises and chow ___ _ ___ _
t and agree to remain the part of those men who wish to in the supply route be-i I u
they are I follow the Navy as a time ween Atlantic and Pacific, e'enIt | chompers all fixed up without having to the individual at the moment of

be given three to career. Many veterans Eave taken the Panama Canal had fallen a relapse because of the size i being stuck!

of college training the opportunity after spending into enemy<< hands, according to of the bill to be paid. The unlucky i| \\e yipped about the' Navy

the flight schools. long furloughs and leaves at home Navy ne\<' release I ones who had to undergo major world being too much with us, but

Meanwhile, to \' The term of enlistment in the A filjantc:/ pipe line 46 miles :operations went on convalescentleave I we made a host of strong friend
ate excess of Regular Navy Is now reduced to long now stretches across the'' without having to worry'' ships. \\e yelped about the discipline *

large number of \' four ;years. Physical standards Isthmus[ ot Panama to guarantee about a hospital account. We dis- "" but we acquired a lot of patience -
fuel for the Pacific Fleet Builtat liked the recurrent need for the I and self control. \\e
have been offered the ) have been lowered in line with war groaned
turning to full \' experience. Men changing to the a cost cf $20,000000 the original ''I variety of shots, but have enough i about the constancy of uniform,

Without further Regular Navy from the Reserve, pipe line was Intended to serve i gumption to know that when as but we wore It proudly i

Ingthe retention of and those reenlisting ate entitledto as a secret supply artery from i Ithe many people live and work as I, Volt, come the time of departure, '
'
who are now in full credit for past active duty, I Atlantic to the Pacific should mediate training a special cash reenlistment bonus the Panama Canal have fallen vie1' 1 that sort of prevention is a major i\. 50-50 proposition, with much to

i cause a surplus of and up to 60 days of !leave at tim to et'eir.y acticr. '11In I rood, regardless of ,how it feels 1 be said on both sides i .
home ',teacl<< the nt'v line proved so -- ---

gap in in future one) between general years aviation,age there -IL'-:::.- atl efficient* as the and seeds so ?strategically of the fleet valu-increased ]Bupers Reveals New Scale Of i i

no students ARMED SERVICES WILL th.it. toe capacity was
cause _
doubled even tcfne the tint work !

tered period in the LEAVE CIVIL AIRPORTSCivil was It has quite a capacity completed.of 265:: ,000 barrels I ][Rating Needs In Regular' Navy

,. Those cadets who airports now controlled by ] ot fuel oil dally, 60,000 barrelsof j
Intention to withdraw U. S. armed services will be re- I gasoline daily.. and_ 47 000 barrels I
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training by turned to civilian use as rapidly as of Diesel oil It has, in -
daily. :
I be to
I Few rates will\ open men : In order that men holding specialist
cent to separation t'I it can be determined whether or
effect, given the Navy an extra I
in the Naval Reserve or USN-I de- ratings may be afforded the
mustered out with not the needed for ;
aitpoita are
: tanker lInt for operation In the
siring to enlist in the Regular : opportunity of enlistingIn the
sonnel. further the air
training by military time
far Pacific, and at the same
and those that are In'' '
I Navy, open Regular Navy, recommendationsfor
fleets it stated In De- I
USV Seeks U< was a Navy enormously relieved the traffic
for
cases have no openings of the
this many changes rating In same
week.
release
partment In the Canal.
At the same time congestion officers.
The use of these airports greatly first class petty i pay grade from specialist rating?
-
aviation is seeking facilitated the rapid expansion of I I These facts were revealed last to any of the ratings open to such
ether recruiting is week In Personnel Officer's ItemF I enlistment be submitted to
the air arms and was a major Fleet Takes Toll To End may
for an all-out ) F lorandum 32-45: Dui '
factor in the successful prosecu- No. quoting the bureau, provided men concerned -
voluntary enlistments, tion of the war Continued use of : The Navy's undersea fleet was i Pena Circular Letter No. 22t..u'1 are in all respects professionally -

in the Regular Navy, some of these airports for the post busy right up until the moment :, The rates were chosen, the letter qualified. These recommendations -

in the age group of 17 war military uses depends upon a I the Japanese surrendered' accoid- said, from a study of the expected may be made without,regard
sive. President number of factors not yet de- nlg to a fleet communique received I requirements of the post-war Navy to vacancies In allowance

k. tive Order of 29 termined. Among these are the this week, It has been announced [ in which current numbers of Regular i The term of enlistment will\ be

ban against voluntary future international situation, the Jut during the last three monthsof Navy personnel were considered four years. The age limit is from

in draft ages, thus extent of participation In any International hostilities the submarines sank I I 18 t.) 30 Inclusive, except that men

groups of men organization, the size I i total of 69 enE'my'esst'l8, The I I Eligibility for discharge and enlistment '' above the upper age limit will\ be

volunteers. and deployment of the armed lIt included a transport, 2 subs, in the Regular Navy, the eligible If total continuous active

This new drive is forces, and the status of aeronautical one mine layer and 2 sweepers, 10 letter stated, will be based onpresentlyheld I III service (USNR or USN-I) since

r speed the () development at the time subchasers! 4 coastal defense craft, I Ii II rates without re- 9 September 1939, or any previous .

having long war such base selections are made. I la i torpedo boat 38 mf'rchant't's gard to their permanent or temporary Regular Navy service\ or active

the Navy to Until these factors can be determined gels] 7 freighters, 2 cargo-pas- i nature. Voluntary reduc- Naval Reserve service, deducted

through Selective the civil air fields now ten per vessels and a small tanker. i tions In rating for the purpose of from present age, places them in
tbe same time to occupied by military forces may be This score has not been previously I I enlistment or le-enhstment in the the age limits

sive responsibilities made available for Joint civil and announced.Son I Regular Navy will not be author- I Another prerequisite is that an
...
period of transition. military use'! to an extent which -- ..-- applicant must have attained,

During August, will not interfere with essential : "Mother,do fairy tales always 1 izedTo qualify, men must be in within the preceding three-month

,; v it the 17-year olds military and naval operations. begin with Once upon a Class V-6, V-2. V3. F-2, C-l, O-2. I II period prior to discharge, a score
I through voluntary However, airports designated for time ?' I I USNR or in USN-I. In addition of 40 or higher on the General

fi, parental consent. the primary purpose of military I Meredith's Wife: "No, dear, not they must be considered suitable I Classification Teat, Fleet Edition,
I 10,000 enlistments post war, use will in general not I always. They sometimes begin, material for the Regular Navy in Form 1-a NavPen 1G ot. This
this month for the be used by commercial or private "My love, may be a little late tonight -I.I.I I the opinion) '
I' despite! the former aircraft. I have the duty." officers : ards' Mates le, 2c and 3c.

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05P ) ( Returning Vets Random Views Of Anniversary Program I

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First' of a series on post-war opportunities -

for veterans. |

Thousands! of servicemen are
thinking of going into business

\. t \ for themselves when they get out' i
Since some 500,000 small businesses

c- have closed up during the '

war, there would appear to be on I II

the surface of it, plenty of
oppor-I
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I tunity.

i \, There are suth opportunities,

I though not necessarily as many'' *
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U.S.NAVAL HOSPITAL las that figure would indicate. Half II w4 1f

4 I a million boarded-up retail shops,

The Naval Hospital Softball filling stations, dry cleaners and. *
I', team lost the battle for a placein 'whatnot do not add up to half a

the finals of the North Florida million enterprises in which ex- p4'

I Softball Tourney to the Camp I GIs will be able to engage 1 1I I '

! Blanding Medics, Tuesday 28 August I These establishments closed for

Our team put up a good a variety of reasons The owners l l'I I

fight and battled through ten Innings ''I of some entered the service. Others :|

I moved to more desirable location
In the top half of the first inning Commodity shortages put some

, the Medics moved fast and fellows out of business, while others .

, scored once, but for the next five took war-connected positionsand

: innings neither team tallied. In jobs Some of these small

the sixth inning Blanding scoredone businessmen will return to their
i' run on two Hits and two walks old lines. I'

a ... by the pitcher, Hambrick, I Kno"ollr MarketAccording I I
: '( In the top half of the tenth inning to Dun and Bradstreet -

" the Medics won the game 4 elements
,1 there are important
with the first man drawing a walk to be considered in enteringthe

and the next man safe on interference retail trade: <11)) personal aptitude -

I by t the Hospital catcher, fol- ((2) selection of location, (3):

lowed by a bunt with the runners knowledge of the line you select. ; OPEN HOUSE IS '
i all safe and the bases loaded. The (4)) working capital. j $ i
next wa3 struck out but the
! man First of all, a small merchant
:s following man hit to the third :, WELL RECEIVEDSmiling
"should be friendly, neighborly, and
: baseman who tried to cut the runner
able to get along well with peo-
'J down at the plate, but his I
ple. He must have courage and
j throw was high and two runnels i eyes popping, hordes of
, ',stamina for things may not go
scored The Hospital was out well at first. He should know instinctively visitors flowed through the gates
without in the last half of
# scoring the attitude to take toward /and spread over the station likea
the tenth inning.SUMMARY ,
: his customers. flood during last Thursday'sopen

Camp Blanding:) runs, 6 hits, Selection of a location is all-im- house, the first in the eta-

1 error. I poitant. People living in the soft tion's history. Long held back by

Naval Hospital 3 runs, 8 hits, coal community of Uniontown, Pa., '
war restrictions from gratifying
will have different wants from
2 errors. 'I those in the farmlands of Mlnne- i| their natural curiosity concerningI
Losing the game with Camp
1 sota. Stock which moves quickly I the greatest naval establishment
Blanding, the Naval Hospital team I I
Clayed the Sad Sacks from NATS In a shop on New York's lower I lof its kind in this section of the
I East side will gather dust on 'country, the Jacksonville guests
Wednesday
for the third place trophy, -
I Park Ave. The prospective merchant went in for sight-seeing with a
29 August, and came back the
must decide where he is going i vengeance, while perspiring but

winners. to operate. What are the postwar i cheerful station personnel en-
SUMMARY: :
prospects of industry nearby ? i deavored to answer a few million : !iI
Naval Hospital 2 runs, 1 hit, 1
Will the store be located on a i questions like "How fast will itand

error. 1 highway, a side street, or an alley / ", "How high/ will it go?",
Sad Sacks 1 run, i hits, 0 er I'
Will then be seasonal slumps for "What's that thing over
rors. ': any reason I there ?"
The< trophy has not yet been pre-
I Know Your Stock Room I Thousands craned their necks in
sented, but the papers for claiming
An ex-serviceman Into
going awed amazement as the aerial parade
it are in safe keeping, and you can
business' should understand the line roared through the skies over
be sure that the spot for laid
i he to enter That
proposes means their heads. Guests and service
trophy is in readiness. I I I he should know how to buy, sell, 1 personnel alike thrilled to the

1 H- i and manage If he is Inexperienced simulated attack upon the station
S, F. 2c
Benjamin Greenlay he might do well to find an by dive bombers and strafing
1 USNR, and George H, Hunt !fPH) experienced partner. He will have 1 planes.

SSML3c USNR, were awarded the to know what of merchandise
types
field carrier landings
i Spectacular -
Purple Heart Medal this past week I
to stock, of
prices source sup- drew crowds to the landing
by Capt. J. J, O'Malley (MCl USN. .
i ply, seasonal factors, how to keep i I mat throughout the day. and alli
Both of these patients were injured
an inventory, sizes For example i hands shaded their eves to watch
M a result of enemy action in the men are bigger in Texas than in ,i I intently the parachute jumps made

Asiatic Pacitic New Jersey: larger:: sizes would ,>both I morning/ and afternoon, with
The Purple Heart Medal was de- have to be stocked.
I II |I water landings and emonstra-
livered by Capt. J, J. OMalley l How much money would a man i lions of survival' techniques whilein
I
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(MC) USN to Edward L King, ; need to pet up his own business? the water.Assembly .

GM2c, USNR, for injuries received ''A Dun and Bradstreet analyst I I
and drew
Repair record -
as a result of enemy action in the says: "Capital should be sufficient
crowds from morning until the
Asiatic Pacific. to acquire enough: inventory to obtain I l,
I gates closed at 1700, with the
enough,. volume to provide I main reported point of interest ,being -
Four CPhM's reported here from enough profit to carry on the I I
j I busl.1 : engine overhaul, where young
I two years duty in the Pacific ness! successfully and a and old gazed with wonderment at
.
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CPhM Edwin H. Hutcheson US "
satisfactory financial position. i i!: the complicated machines that
NR, joined our staff after twenty- Specifically, this financial house I' power our aircraft. I II
four months tour of duty overseas suggests these amounts of capital ,
including hospitals in the Solo ''In a medium size town: millinery ||I The younger: generation was in t
I j its glory, running from plane toplane
mons, New Hebrides and New $2500, grocery $3000; family shoe I Ii 'I
and to fir-
building building
,
I'I
Caledonia i store $3500; meat $4000; delicatessen -
,
ting questions as it went. In all {
CPhM Carl Mcllray, USN, ar- grocery and meat, haberdashery l
sectors the
l
fry weieI
rived trpm twenty-four months of hardware, women's dress II, younger
heated with the
ginger respect,
I
duty in Bougainville, New Hebrides shop, $4500 each; drug store in- I i I, or.ly restriction being to keep them. r 1 1p
(j and New Caledonia Chief McIlray eluding fountain $6500: furnitureand from danger
I i away points. '
l was attached to the Marine Corps house furnishings $7500; men's
I General attiude of visitors I II
can
While in ,
Bougainville.CPhM clothing $10,000; small departmentstore
Wallace D, I be summed "pin one word; '
Benton, USNR $25,000.BuMed. I
had overseas duty which included "Amarement. They were amazed,
*-----
I not at the of the
I only highlights
nine months in Guadalcanal, Vella
but at the size and
"La program,
Vella, Russell Islands and Turns Back
of this station.
scope Typical comment
Green Islands where he assisted
was "Why, it's a regular city
in setting up Acorn Units From ,( Order A
I Big Supply in itself I i
these islands he was sent to dutyin
When the last of the visitors had
New Caledonia where he
was I
Victory over Japan found the filed the
out gates, and tiredsailois
attached to Medical StorehouseNo. I
I Bureau of Medicine and Surgery and WAVES had returnedto
1 for the past fifteen months holding $40,000,000 in contracts for normal it
I pursuits, was agreed
CPhM Ralnh Sanderman USNR':I equipment, supplies, drugs, andother i, by all hands that the first opE'nhouse
put his twenty-four months in hospital material to Vice :
according had been a success in concEption -
!1 H HWY4
work in Australia and was' Admiral Ross T, McIntire, USN, I and execution. The out I

with the USN CB's in New Guinea Surgeon General. Undelivered portions siders enjoyed seeing what the

and the Admiralty Islands. For totaling more than $11,000-1! Navy does here, and the Navy enjoyed I

such a small group these boys have 000 are being cancelled. i IIhl'lwlnoff for a day I eA

really "been around." I It was pointed out that the Navy _

cutbacks on these contracts will\

Also reporting this week were: release large supplies back into

Lt. (Jg) Aura M. Sadler (NC) the civilian market The Navy will SHOP )

USN Ens. Ruth A, Berquist (NC) : keep in effect those contracts supplying -;! SUP RV150R

USNR, Josephine Hjland, PhM2c I materials needed to take i

fI USNR. 1IarthlWane PhM2c, US care of Navy personnel; only those

NR, Norma Rldell HAlc USNR supplies in the "strictly for war" .

and M. Pruett PhMlc USNR category are being terminated \ a

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Ens Dorothy Taegue (NC) US "Maybe your boy's buddy was

NR was detached this past week.Lt. named Dervishlan, or DeFranzo, or The Bill of 'are provided thrills, chills and education to assenv

(jff) June V Zinn (NC) USNR Knappenberger, or Dutko, or Pe- bled onlookers during "look-around" day. Highlights pictured above,*

and Comdr. Samuel J. Slabbing trarca, or Calugaa, or Sarnoskl, or reading down are. The aerial parade, with planes flying in close

(MC) USNR proceeded on final Bjorklund. Do you recognize these formation; an interested crowd atop the operations building; the

leave. Dr. Stabbma has been one American names? Each of these man on the flying parachute; a crowd inspecting a Navy "work"

of the outstanding doctors on this men won the Congressional Medalof plane; and below, a pilot gets rapt attention as he explains how.

staff and will continue his workat Honor, and most of them died That guy at the left? Just somebody who came aboard to take

the University of Rochester. winning it-General StilwelL charge for the day





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The ;JAX Alit NEWS: U published weekly .t the U. S,
Navol Air Station. Jackson\IIle. Florida by the Office of
lutllc Infoimallon at no expense to the goveinment and In
('compliant with Sevnav Circular Letter 4 -526. :1 28! May JSM5 I, Did It '
He Again
Copies' me dlKtilbutvd tree of charge' : ''n the Natal All I IOftc1al .
SUtum. the Naval Air Technical el the II
Headquarters ot the Navel Air Operational Training Com I This past week has brought t joyous
Air Station Uieen Cote hpilngn
mand Natal Auxlllaty
Naval Auxiliary Air Station arno) field, the Naval All news that all of us have been waiting for,
Gunner School, the U. S. the Naval Aux had fully accepted the
Ulaiy Air Station Municipal No. 1, and the Naval Auxlllarj the news that Japan
All Slulion, Ma>xnt. LI. James F. Kelly, USNR Kdlloi surrender terms of the Allied Nations and

Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davlson. USN that Peace was once more the order of the
Chief; of Naval Air Operational Training day. All during the war a great deal of em-
V. 8. easy" Photograph.
Captain Anthony R. Brady, CSN phasis was placed upon manpower, horsepower
Jacksonville Commanding Naval Officer Air Station Fourth of the mighty low a-cla,,n battleships the I'SS Missouri and firepower by those who were in
Built
was the scene of the formal feigning of Japanese Mirrender materials
drivingthe
Captain Joseph B. Lynch. USNR at a rout of nearly 100 million dollars the ship wan christened! by charge of producing war ,
.* Commanding Officer 1'reoldent Truman's tltaiighter, Mary Margaret, In January 1014. engines of war and fighting in the field ;
-Naval Air leihmcal Training Center ---I during this period there was also a group

Captain John J. O fclalley (MC), USN I interested in ollpower, those who were interested -
Commanding Officer Four Months of World History
0. S. Naval' Hospital not only in winning the war but also
When the historians come to consider our time, they in winning the peace.It .
Colonel Martin .I, t\.eu ner. L'SMC (Ret.)
Commanding Officer will pay special attention to the four months period extend- I was interesting in listening to the surrender -
MarIne Bui'racks ing from 12 April 1915, the. date on which President Franklin broadcast to hear l both President Tr-

Commander Edvvaia t. Dolecek, USN D. Roosevelt died, and 10 August 1945, the date on which man and General MacArthur recall to the

Naval Commanding Air Ciunneis'Officer School the Japs sued for peace. Never before in world history haveso minds of the people that it was through God

Commandet 'b tank 1. Corbin, USN many dramatic, colorful, everlastingly significant events our victory was achieved, and that only by a '
Commanding Officer occurred iji so short a space of time. The echo of these 120 rededication and consecration to the funda- V .
Naval Auxiliary Air station. lateen Cote Spilngi days will be heard throughout the lifetime of this genera- mental religious ideals could a permanentpeace

Commander Commanding How and Officer E. Born, USN tion and throughout the lifetime of all future generations. be achieved.This brings to mind two

Naval AuxllMiv Air station Cecil Field Think of it. At the time of President Roosevelt's death, old but eternally true sayings, "One with

Commander Salem A. Van Every, Jr., t Sir both Germany and Japan were in the midst of their world God! is a majority" and the Biblical admonition -

Naval Auxlllaiy Commanding All Mauon.> Olllcei Municipal. 1 fight ; four months later both powers had been utterly beaten to the early Israelites to beware of false

Commander John B. Huhn USNR: and the civilized peoples of the world had begun the workof pride in their victories, "Not by might and

Naval Auxtliaiv Commanding Alt Sully Officer. Ma)port re-building. At the begining of the four months, the atomic not by power but by My Spirit, saith the
bomb was a laboratory secret known only to the scientists Lord."
Lieut. Col Commanding William 1. Evans.Officer L'SMC (Ret.) and high military strategists who correctly saw in it In the early days of the war, many peoplewere

Marine Aviation/ UeUihment: the means for concluding the struggle in advance of the anxious over the apparent victorious

The JAX AIR NE\\S receives Camp Newspaper Service !: time-table. The United Nations Conference of International battles of the Nazi-Fascist-Japanese regimes ;
malvilal. Republication
of end i-ri'dlied Ship's Editorial matte! prohibited Association/ peiniUskm of C.NS, !' Organization had not yet met in San Francisco, and the present things looked dark for in, and some beganto
Inidon war Dt'J 25.>altrnt'nl U. C.. 203 Republication E 42nd:.! St.. N.Y ot any,C.. 01 othei SEA.: matter Wash plan of \\'orld Security Council and General Assembly ask whether there really was a God and if

t'Mot[''t by service I publications. Is piohlulled vvilhout had not been put into effect. Great Britain had not changed so, where he was, and what he was doing.
l<(rmlsslon of Editor JAX AIR-Nt:\\S. Prime Ministers. Mussolini was alive, and with him the battered Our }president' and the ministers and chaplains

ReminderWhen II remains of the political system for which he stood. It tried at that time to convince the doubters -

A Labor Day was a different world on the surface and under the surface. J.hat they must take a long-range vie>y

the average American citizen Just for the record, here are a few of the significant. antes that I II and must continue believing in God and having -

thinks of war, he thinks of it in terms of I' make the j pant four months an awesome period: ,I faith in His teachings. They could well
i| 12 April--Death of Franklin I). Roosevelt, :3M 1'resldent of thelotted do this because they understood the basic
and in battle dress.
ships men
trims, planes, ,< !State '
\\'hen the historians discuss war, they adopt 2.; April--UNCIO met at San FraiHlNo I principle that this war was between belief
the same literal approach, except that they 28 April---Et-1)ietalor: Benito Mussolini, died at the hand of and unbelief, between religion and paganism, '
Italian Partisan I between those who derived their strengthand
i *
tactics
words like strategy.
use logistics, I
1 )fay---Another Kx-K\erjthinjr: : .\ .. Hitler, was. reported to morale from God and those who believed -
Doth versions overlook the allimportantman have IIff'lln the ruin" of hi* capital I only in themselves and their
own materialistic -
in cover-alls on the home front. With May 7--.Oerman High Command .signed unconditional surrender
that omission in mind, JAX Alii NE'SPrints terms pu+1'er.
2'i June--.Okinawa fell opening! the front door to Japan I The unflagging faith of the governmental -
a timely statement by SecNav James 26 JIlIlt'---Uo\CIO completed charter of new world organl/atiou I II military and religious leaders in the
Forrestal on the subject of Labor Day whichwas I 17 July---Hlg Three, President Truman, l'rlmelInlOlt..r: (Churchill eventual! triumph of democracy under God;
celebrated this week. and (>eneralU*>!inoStalin met at 1'otvlam to map Pacific'ar in time of
a warnshould( be a valid lesson to
28 Minister Chun'hill and Conservative defeated \
July---1'rlme -
Tarty
of the
the heels victory
over
"Coming on in general election by Labor Party under Clement It. ..\11 lee, us in time of peace for the task confronting
last of the Axi Powers Labor Day this
year
I I who became new I'rlmel1nl'llt.'r; us today is just as great. 4
assumed a special significance. There could 6 August---First atomio bomb announced: by President Truman, Today we know where God; was and what
be no more fitting occasion for the armed with Hiroshima the target he was doing in those( early days Those of
services and for the citizens of the nation to'' 8 -\I1/II..t---111/ :Soviet; Government de< laretl war on Japan us who read the Bible know
that lie it
dill
I \ugu..t---1'he! Japanese Umpire sued for peace '
express their gratitude to the American toward If Franklin D. Hoi>4>sevelt were alive today, he would be before: those of us who read the daily papers \

workingman for his contributions gratified at the turn of events in a world he helped to shape. see and know that //*- did (tHr'A lUIII,
victory. The Russian: and British governments ,
have stated that without the United
About That Word
States' overwhelming production, the war I 'Separation'Elsewhere i

would not now be over. The German and! in this issue of JAX All NEWS is the story
'
Japanese war lords have complained bitterly with pictures, of the station's newest department which

that all their imperial spirit was inadequate opened with full ruffles and flourishes one week ago today. !'ertice,
'"r !''uaday, 'eptrnii.rr. ,y I, 1111.
to oppose America's material superiority-a The name of this department is Separation Center, and if l'r"luhnl ('1.1OJ -
superiority hammered out by labor's strongarm. it's not the Naxy's newest department, it's certainly one of 0'i lIk,; )1 S'",<"immunl?" layK-in K W Andrew
V'* ""Pl'ift L, W. Davidson, Jr.
j the most important so far as the readers of this newspaperare 09J,} vi' ,'( ,'<; er'h, pl.Aln A Aichibald i>..e ih.fun -
Labor built and equipped the world's larg- concerned ing .
09:1:(
i <101 Sl> t
> ""'/j '0. "iidien In the Small ('h J't'I 1.
est Navy-a Navy of 9_'OOO ships and over Separation Center. The full circle has been reached ;i IIH If"N)---- -, S, ,\atal JloiipHiii/ SeivU-r. -
37,000 planes-in a shorter time than anyone since those days when draft board, induction centers, staging' pTwhlng,;: fh, iie l'lIll't'Ch"pIKln' C. );, Huddle'

believed possible. It kept that Navy supplied.I area, receiving ship were the words you heard talked about 1t" -SPI D.\ld\IteIt'n'on,' J,',. ChlUtl
It spared no ef*>rts to effect repairs that kept t on life trolley cars and buses, across the dinner table. The O::>

the fleets fighting, in some cases accomplishing people who found a way to take us, a crowd of raw recruits j I catholic OtefU--Ma('hapeli aa.OS.iOMda. Iulln Read ud )HlrllJl.hana A......

in a matter of days what had formerly : from farms, shops, and offices, and turn us into a fighting OMJO-Ma.s." ..

required months. remember one destroyer Navy have found a way to send us back.to the farms, shops, 1100-Mass

putting out of Boston Harbor early in the offices. Separation i is the word that best' describes what is I.hrintun: 17Wlaaa seie.c. SI'.lc.1 Mv>ti. Read sad Birmingham.
war with Navy Yard workers still weldingand about to happen to the thousands who will not be membersof 11CVI Atrnue..small'
chapel
painting on the superstructure. They the peacetimea'y.. ''I r..ttrr flay :-.iUII: Small Chapel, e.rur .r Muslim ..d
were out to sea before their job was finished We are going to be separated from a way of living that 19 J>(>-Ulrmina/ollil.Mutual n.etlna'eJnf.dav, ( ) -

and were taken ashore by boat while the ship has become engrained during the past three or four ;years, I.h tima.elilil5MJlsnwiil'ai"! ,... *'".'":hi| t1Yur.
: .
raced on toward fighting zones, on schedule. and we're going to take ourselves back to wherever we were 1lalnalderueaddy i -luaUn and bit mln&hant'

That is the l kind of spirit that makes thiscountry's when the call came. We'll be saltier than we realize, and we'll 1'ue" "),. 1UO-1MO 17UO18JUClidpidln's: ) : Chsplalna' Office N.'TTe.
; : Office: Yellow Water,
industrial organization unbeatable.The find it difficult to cope with a new freedom which will be as NAGS
builders of our war fleets have now hot to handle as an F7F. There hasn't been much privacy First flee Thursday, NAAS, of Chen each Cove month$Spilng;: 1700-1&K, Chaplain' Oi-

become the architects of peace. Labor's con- about our life in the Navy, there haven't been many decisions I' Second Room Thursday, ISAAS. Alaypoit of each, niontn, 1630-1800, Reading f

tributions to the era of progress and pros- to make, and somebody. has always provided chow and I Thlid 'Ihuuddy' of ea'cli month. 1300-16JO, Chapel, JitX t
perity that lies before us will, I am sure, be a sack. I --Sole: _N"<)" *<"i U-e In I'BY Hangar Area.)

as important as its contribution to victory." As this newspaper sees it, the men and women who go ,

I from :\alife to civilian life via the separation centers are I I Censorship! FinishedIf l]

E Letters to the EditorYes I'' like the man who\ goes from a brightly lighted kitchen to acompletely

dark basement. If he tries to hurry through the the beat of your heart is still overseas, "
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( we know. The headline mentions letters casement, he'll fall over boxes that he didn't know were you can bust right out and say what )'UII'V ;

to the Editor, but where are the letters: ? then; he'll knock things over, and the folks upstairs will hink, now, and if you've been working with J
That's what this letter from the Editor to hear him muttering to himself. But if he walks slowly until omething classified as "confidential," ) uu .

Jettens ; his eyes become used to the darkness, he may get by with few :an say you've )been doing the work.In .
bruises and little noise. If the newly made civilians try to I' other words, censorship is off, cancelled -

: week, now and nary one good insulting, mad, walk too fast in the darkness, they'll bump into other solid() stopped, done away with as of right

or glad letter has landed in our mail-basket. objects like job, marriage, family, friends, that they couldn't i ow. A message from Com inch to all naval

What's the matter? Isn't the type big tee at first. operating stations says, "Censorship of personal -
rf enough in this paper? Do we charge too We think the motto of the separates who waves goodbye >> mail and telegraphic, communicationsf

;, much ? Or don't you care? at the station gate and heads for home should l he this: c) all U. S. forces and} civilians assigned orttachttl

How about it? I I''''Take it easy, Bud, until you can cee where you're going." I 11\ thereto will cease: effective today.; "

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Wider RecreationPlan I. Fastesf Fighter

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Begins Now tI I MAINSIDE

For Men OverseasThe ,.>


Navy intends to see that all REPORTER WELFARE
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of its fleet and overseas personnel j

have a good solid recreational proC '' ,. .!; .. .
gram to help while away the long 1r'

:pk hours until discharge time cornu. By Bill Smith, Y3c .. PRESENTS .
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With this project in mind, recre- Question! Do you plan to returnto .
ational officers from Naval commands your old job, or go Into a different -
field' of work $1.
: throughout the Pacific were
in Washington last week to attend
_. a five day welfare conference. Al 1 R. -O. LORD, S2c Mt. Pleasant
though the conference draftedplans ''N. Y. MAINSIDE MOVIES
to include navy personnel I Yes, If It's still there. I don't THURSDAY"SWING
wherever they be stationed put too much faith in this GI Bill
may
emphasis was the of Rights though There are too IN THE SADDLE." Set against a rodeo! background
naturally put on
Pacific areas because of the num- many loopholes in it. this western with comedy and music promises to be a little off the
bers beaten track of the usual outdoor thriller Red River Dave Jane
concentrated there. 'I S. NICI The overall plan includes enter WI c. 2030)).
tainment for men awaiting discharge Yes-with the Regular NkV)', FRIDAY
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general recreational pro- I've been in four and a half years : "
2015 No Movies .
"FIGHT NIGHT ( )
for all I
grams hands
opportunities and I don't imagine I could do 1
.. for study and discussion. Now i; much better on the outside. SATURDAY-SUNDAY
that the lighting 1 Is over the Navy I I "OUR VINES HAVE TENDER GRAPES." The story of an
doesn't Intend to lose any men j ji' Nashville American l Farmer full'of laughter tears suspense and all the elements -
M. M. ABELS Cox
I from barnacle-itla; it will provide I II i Tenn .1.1I of real.entertainment. The portrayals are all said to be excellent

I the essentials for fun for pleasure' You bet life. Only thingis ,.. <- especially Edward G. Robinson Agnes Moorehead and Margaret
and for further education to any i inland to your ask for more money. I I No, It." pot the dream of a O'Brien. Sat. 1300 only, Sunday 1430-1700 (Mason Field 2030).
sailor who would rather be busy I I fanciful fiction writer. It's the MONDAY
raise
I think you're entitled to a
I
than bored. I after sweating out a few hundred P-80 Shooting Star jet propelled THE CARIBBEAN MYSTERY." A thrilling detective mystery
t) .x._ Navy paydays. Whether I'll getit fighter air. the fastest plane In the starring James Dunn and Sheila Ryan. 1300.1700.1931J.TUESUAY.WEDNESD.Y .

I or not I don'r know, but I mean V
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N.Y. Bar Will to stand on hind legs and hole
my I "LADY ON THE TRAIN. After observing a murder thru a
ler loud. I't train windowa young woman sets out to solve the mystery with the
Aid I Schools I
Veterans Nearby aid of a writer of detective stories. A case of mixing fact with fiction
( A. J. KIRBY SKlc Denton Tex. I gives surprising results. Deanna Durbin and Ralph Bellamy'have the
ALBANY, N. Y., (CNS)...The i I No. I Intend to go into businessfor 1300-1700-
leading roles Tues. 1300-1700 (Mason Field. 2030). Wed.
Announce Start
New York State Court of Appealsin myself. I used to manage a I 1930.

a recent ruling has opened the restaurant and I think I could do (Note: Mason Field movies at 2030 on Sunday, Tuesday ant
door whereby GI law students may much better working for myself, I IOf Thursday If weather permits otherwise they will be shown at Main-
Night Study
obtain admission to the state bar side Auditorium near 1930).
without taking the prescribed ex- T, C. KOHLKR AMM3c Salt

aminations.The Lake City Utah. I I NAS personnel wishing to earn STUDENT OFFICERSFor
examinations were dispensed Never had a job. Guess' I'll take
school credits
I high or college may
with by the court for those who advantage of some of this free edu- ,
: Further Information Phone' lIten.I"l 89.ilTHURSDAYFRIDAY :
enroll in of the local night
entered the armed services before cation tney're offering I I one
completing their studies and whose schools and get a running start on :
duties have prevented them from I PHIL HARPER SlcARM), their post-war educational pro- "KISS AND TELL" with Shirley Temple James Courtland;; 1930.

taking the succeeding examina Duluth Minn. I I gram. Among these nearby Instltutlons I SATURDAYNo
I don't Depends a lot I -
tions. I Show.
knowJ.et. Jacksonville Junior .
| Is the .
The GI applicant, however must on what Navy has in SUNUAY"CHINA'S
store for me. I haven't finishedmy College which announced this
have received his law school degree
LITTLE DEVILS" Paul 1930.
its Fall Kelly Harry Carey;
for
from a school recognized by training yet week that registration
I
I __ )IONIH Y.Tl'ESIH Y
the State Board of Regents and semester evening and day classes
must have been In active service! I D. P STINSON, S2c, Springfield Is scheduled from 12 through It "OUR VINES HAVE TENDER GRAPES" Edward G. Robinson

for at least a year before he maybe Ill. September between 0900 ahd 2100 Margaret O'Brien; 1930.
much to and
I would like very
admitted to the bar. I WEDNESDAY
right away. But I've only been In I each day. Class schedules will be
4 __ "CARIBBEAN MYSTERY" James Sheila! 1930. For
Dunn Ryan (
the Navy eight months and I can't : placed In full operation beginning ;
1 Wave PT Prog'ramBecomes nee myself getting out for a long i Monday, 17 September brief description see Mainslde program.) '

|, time yet. I Located at 701 Riverside Ave., I OTIIKR EVENTS

J Optional | W. SOLOMON:AMM2c, Brook- the school offers standard college BOXING

:! Jax: Waves lost a major topic lyn. N. Y. I courses of freshman and sophomore "Fight Night" at the Matnslde Auditorim Friday 7 September:; at
\ of conversation this week with the What job T The war plant whereI grade, and Is prepared to accommodate 2013. A good card has been arranged plus music by the NATTC Band.
arrival of station order 87-45: worked folded like a tent two I a substantial increase For information about workouts call Lt. Rubino extension 593 or report
t days after V-J Day. I'll be pound- to Mainside mat after 1500.
which states in official language 1 this officials
.i : in enrollment year, college
I Ing the pavements like a lot of CUEWS: DANCE
1 that required physical training for I others I pointed out. Last year approximately
I Waves is cancelled. I 100 NAS officers and The Crew's Dance, Saturday, 8 September will be held outside at
I However, all vim and vigor girls I' ROGER DODGER, S2c, Potlatch enlisted personnel enrolled for I tie Tennis Court Area (adjacent to Building 720) 2030 to 2300 if
I can still get that daily wo 1 rout.i S. C. I pat t-time work.Students I weather permits: In case of rain the dance will be in the Malnslda

1 The Welfare Shack will stay open Can't rightly say. With sugar may enroll at the Auditorium.
,
to dispense the necessary gear for and copper tubing so scarce ImlR'ht Jacksonville Junior College foreither i SWIMMING
I tennis archery, Softball and horseshoes to I one or two standard college
turn farming exclusively.But I Officers Student Officers' Pool and Of fleers'-Club Pool from
1 t and regular attendants will farming's an awful hard way 1 courses, requiring class attendance 0800 to 2200 daily. Enlisted-pools 1 & 2 Mainslde from 0800 to 2100
.. 1 be on duty. The swimming pro- to make a living, and a fellow's j only two evenings per week, \It\ I daily.
gram and all other regularly i was stated. Most courses carry .
got to have the necessities of life 1HMM.INO
scheduled activities will continueto Half the time get It, nowadays three semester hours of college
you credit and meet for one and one- Six located in Mainside Recreation No. 3.
be at 'ilable. alleys Building Alley
1. I I It ain't made fit to drink. I
1 Major changes noted accordingJ I half hours usually either Mondayand I dare open from 1000 to 2100 Monday thru Saturday and 1200 to :210i\ .'
I *--- -%M&J*------
or Tuesday and Fri.
Thursday Instruction available .
to random Waves interviewed, Ion Sunday. by appointment.GOLF
: are
.J J
I A new clerk dictating a letter day. :Most first period evening
I 1
that hour" will be
! "happy now ', was in doubt as to the use of a cer- classes meet from 1830 to 1955,
happy 'and the new program will tain phrase so he said to the sten- followed by second period classes Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday thru Saturday and 0800
a provide the same chance for fun orapher: "Do you retire a Joan?" from 2005 to 2130. -- I to 2030 on Sunday. Golf clubs and balls are available: at Golf House.
: without red tape routine and accounting I And the wistful eyed one replied; I' The tuition charge of eight dollars Free instruction to Naval personnel by appointment, call extension.

for hours spent being rather sleepily, "No, I sleep with per semester credit hour maybe : 8157. Bathing hunks prohibited on golf course.
happy each week. Mama" \I spread out over a period of I :MUSIC

-"- ,. I sixty days, or discounted at the A rehearsal rool\1l U available to all hands'in the Mainside Recreation -
---- -- -- ---
t 1 Ir' Tough World I 1 rate of ten per cent If paid in full
a Building No.3.1o'or appointment call extension 498. Musiciansare
M. C. WANTED authorities I
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (CNS) I upon said.enrollment. Personnel, college l transferred urged to get in touch with the Welfare Office Building No. 3.

Carol Tishur\ who was sentenced j! Waves'. Welfare nt'pt.unl* |lor discharged prior to the end ofa ANTHORAOK "
to 15: days in the jug for drunken ; Sailor or Nave with experience semester may receive a pro rata Open dally to enlisted personnel (with Liberty Cards and uniform
1 W f driving didn't.. show up at the jail. I ,I as master of ceremonies to help I refund in accordance with tegula- of the day) from 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason Field. (Dancing 's
"I can't; he wrote from the city t organize and m <' .small informal I I lions stated in the college catalogue Monday and Wednesday Nights music by N. A. S. Band.)
jail at nearby Van Nuys, "I'm ser I I Wave Nlnnvti. 'all 1'hjl-I.I copies of which are available TENNIS
ving 30 days here for disturbingthe HH Pool at 16.1. Individuals who
upon request.
available
I I Racquets and balls are at the Physical Training Building -
1 I. cannot meet college entrance requirements
peace. ._ _v enroll for No. 726 and equipment rooms at Building No. 3 and on the Mat
may any of Muslin and Yorktown Roads .
)
Area (corner
DUCK (NAS BRANCH) course as a non-credit student by
obtaining the permission of the Instructor RECEPTION CENTERThe

concerned. I Center, located In south of No. !;
Reception wing building 95 ,
___ __ _
-y plcKtR.' \J3tiOverseas n. is open to N.A.S. personnel and their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily, ,;

I DutyTo IIO.UING: << AND SAILING <" ,

ti Call extension 623, Yard Craft Officer, for information.

Get CreditIn LinKARY

j Located .on second deck of Mainside Recreation! Building No. 3. J"
Point PlanWASHINGTON Open from MOl to 2100 Monday through Saturday and from 1200 to

jj (SEAWith. 2100 on Sunday. .

j I In about two months the Navy's PICNICS ""1
point system will be modified to For information and assistance in planning picnics and parties
t' give credit for service overseas contact Welfare Office, extension 493 Recreation Building No. 3. Picnic

;I L'I | Secretary of the Navy James For- kits available. *.
1 restal has announced. FISHING i *
I in credit for
i Delay establishing Deep sea and fresh water tackle available in the Welfare Office
overseas service was necessary because -
I ; It was impossible at the Building No. 3-

time the original point system was VOLLEY HALL AND BADMINTON
released to predict how seriouslysuch Gear available in the gear locker room in Building No.\ 3. Volleyball
a credit would deplete the I II games on Mon., Wed., Frl. Badminton games: on Tue., 'Thur from
I i personnel strength of the fleet Mr. I 0900 to 1230.
]
Forrestal said. EXCURSIONS'Silver
The credit not be on a
may Springs tickets are available in the Welfare Office before
month-by-month basis, but It will
wake the point system fOr release' 1200 on Friday. Cost of ticket is $2.88 round trip.
more equitable. The critical score St.. Augustine tickets are available in the Welfare Office before

for release will not be increased 1200on, Friday. Cost ot ticket is $1.20 round trip. >
nor will the point value nf ether' All excursions leave from Main Gate at 033d Sunday and'retu1'1\ I

factors be decreased,' when the from Silver Springs at approximately 2200 and return from St Apgua.i ..
"-and they do say I his mother was scared by a Corsair overseas factor Is added. I.I tine iat approximately 1700. de


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Page Six JAX AIR NEWS 6 September, 1945




Fliers Wind Up Successful Diamond Season





By Ralph Sports Warner Editor, SpX)3c( ) I Pair Of Softball Ace; ". Final I. Game At Blanding I i


Schedule-l-A document. Saturday Locals On Top
2-A formal list. 3-An ap ;


mentary pended statement details. 4-A of tabula supple In Victory League RaceVictorious

statement of times of projected .
operations. r as2FS in 37 out of 45 games and rated one of the

That's the way Webster defines south's best service teams, Manager Charley Gehringer'sNaval

it. Big Jim Tatum' Air Station Fliers will wind up a highly successful

definition probably couldn'tbe diamond season Saturday afternoon at Camp Blanding in a

printed.But Victory League joust with the Doughboys.The .

If the Flier football coach game couldhave a vital -
bad to pick one of the four, he undoubtedly bearing on the second half Victory f Pepper-Pot
would select No. 3-"An League title as the second place
appended (to attach as an accessory Gibbs Shipyard nine still has a
) statement of supplementary chance of tieing the Fliers for
(additional) details." second half honors. x f S r

What has happened to the Flier The Fliers, who almost disrupted tr x
football schedule since it was re- league play in the first half when
Itjased on 21 June shouldn't happento they won 18 out of 19 games,
a guy who already has a full crushed the Gibbs team at :Mason
time job trying to assemble 80 a 2 Field Sunday, 11 to 1, to take a
huskies of the gridiron Into a fast, game and a half lead in the wan '
compact team which will capably ing days of the final half: -
represent NAS on the field of Last night, the crack Navy club \sf ft
honor. was slated to meet Chason DairyIn S
Before we go any farther, a loop tilt at the Jax Ball Park e /
ne'll assure! you that under the Unless the Fliers are upset by =
new slate )ou're going to see either Chason or Blanding, Gibbs I I
just as much football, possibly apparently is out of the race. Up I'
even more, In spite of the fact Two pla'ersho starred for the victorious i NAS 80'rtb; Fliers to Tuesday, the Fliers' record
that two date currently are are Catcher Johnny Small, left, and Short Fielder T. R. (Lefty) stood at 14 triumphs and three de- I
hanging fire. Elder. Both played excellent ball afield and at the plate to help the feats against 11 and 3 for the
Here's what happened to the Fliers win the NAOTC League championship. Shipyarders. The official league
Fliers' original 10-game card: schedule ends Sunday
Georgia Pre-Flight dropped The clash, with Gibbs Sundaythe
Softball Fliers Win Final Game To
football, cancelling two games with vital game of the second f
Fliers on 29 Sept. and 27 Oct. halt-was simply no contest as
North Carolina Pre-Flight followed the tiring Shipyard outfit folded I f
suit, knocking out 10 Nov. Sweep All Honors In NAOTC Loop I like an accordion while the

game there. alert Fliers smashed out 14 hits
Game with Presbyterian College I Conquerors of all they survey, -- for the lopsided ll-l decision.
en 6 Oct. cancelled by Fliers. the Navy Station softball Fliers I Joe The Champ The win was the sixth straightfor
Date of second game with Ft. recently wound up their season inthe the NAS outfit, which came
Pierce Navy moved up to 27 Oct. same manner in which they ,. through In the clutch to wallop
r
here.Two started it-with a victory.The ''' ; Mayport there last Friday, 11 to

games with Pensacola Navy Fliers outclassed Cecil Field ; 3j; Chason Dairy here Thursday, 5
added to schedule. there in their final game in August to 3; and Terminal here Wednesday -t
Two games tentatively slated to wrap up all the honors the 5to0.I
with Corpus Christi Navy. Behind the steady hurling of
NAOTC League, Northern Sector,
Schedule increased to 11 games could offer this season. tt,* Ezra (Mac) McGlothin, the Fliers
end season extended to 1 Dec.Here's i' blasted Lefty Jack Clifton off the Cul;
The hard well balanced Peppery little JohnDYM
hitting,
the revised schedule as it r hill in the second inning and con
now stands: NAS ten, sparked by the sensational ,0 i tinued the attack on RighthanderArt lough has played a lot of good
twirling of W. H/- Sams, 8 Cook to solid ball for the Fliers this sea-
22 Sept. Miami Naval Train- send Gibbs down to
Ing Center here. completely dominated the NAOTC inglorious defeat. son. A Jacksonville lad with

29 Sept. Cherry Point Marines loop by winning both the first and l All told, the Shlpyardera evade semi-pro experience, Johnny
here. second half. The locals were way S ,., six errors-three of them by Third Mac is holding down the second
6 Oct. Open. out front with nine victories and < 1 Baseman Jim Ketcher in the first base position with the shift of
IS Oct. Ft. Pierce Navy there. one loss in the opening portion, \- inning-to aid the NAS cause. In Manager Charlie Gehringer to
20 Oct. Miami Naval Training and did almost as good In the second turn, the Fliers played errorless the Initial sack.Speedy .
Center there. half with- eight triumphs out ball while McGlothin was scatter -- -

:27 Oct. Ft. Pierce Navy here. of 10games.( 1 ing seven hits. Two runs in the Wave Ten
4 Nov. Ft. Benning there. In addition, the dub won sev- first and a big six-run second
10 Nov. Open. eral outside tilts to claim a sea frame quickly turned the contest
17 Nov. Pensacola Navy here. son's record of 20 triumphs into a runaway. Johnny McCul Ends Season With
24 Nov. Ft. Benning here. against three defeats. Listed lough and Claude Jaworski paced
1 Dec. Pensacola Navy there. among the Flier victims are the the Flier assault, each going three
Games have been tentatively set Welch for five.
Army Hospital ten of 10 and 3 RecordLike
against Corpus Christi! there on 6 Daytona Beach and the Orlando Don Carter classy righthander,
Oct., and here on 10 Nov. If this Army outfit.Rightfully Joe Trosper, an athletic specialist : turned in two sensational performances
deal should fall through, attemptswill both in Navy rate and against Terminal and May. their big brothers, the softball -
be made to slate other service enough, Sams handcuffed sporting events, Is the badminton port to notch his ninth and tenth Fliers, the NAS Waves softball -
the Cecil sluggers in the final victories of the ten has completed a highly
teams on these dates. champion of NAS. Joe, an season against a
contest, which clinched second pair of defeats. In successful season which saw them
Under the new slate the Fliers excellent basketball and softball whitewashing
half laurels. "Mr. Softball" let opposing Terminal, Don did not allow dominate play a la femme against
have six home games, one more .1 player, defeated Johnny a hit
than the original slate called for. batters down with a lonesome I Small in the finals to win the until the first of the eighth. teams in this area while winning
All of which calls for a good bit bingle, while his teammates recent shuttlecock tournament. Catcher Buddy Price tripled toslaJ.t 10 of their 13 scheduled games.
fact that all is not joy in the life dozen smashes, and a 2 to 0 deci- him stranded on third as he resumed Atlanta was the only club to win
of a football coach, especiallyfrom sion. The payoff was Short Fielder OVER 3,000SWIMMERS I his hitless hurling. a series from the local lassies, who
August to December. T. R. Elder's triple with two on Against Vaynort, Carter relieved whipped Lee Field three times:
in the eighth inning. Lefty 1'hil Miller with Camp Blanding twice, Hospital

Throughout the season, we've Softballers who played important two men on and no one out In twice, and Cecil Field thrice. Cecil
been plugging for the baseball roles in the Fliers' victorious the third, and twirled great one- managed .to take one game of the
TESTFour
Fliers, a fact for which we makeno season were Outfielders D. F. All- TAKE hit, shutout ball for the final four-game set.
apology. The Fliers deserve red, J. W. Burchfield, Lefty Elder, seven Innings. Manager Verla Mae Hills team
members
every bit of credit that has come Charley Long, Joe Trosper, Don out of every five do all Third Baseman Alf Andersonand dropped two games to the Atlanta
their way and more besides. So Lesher and C. H. McCreary; Infielders of NAS Ship's Company McGlothin who played right I outfit, which boasts an outstanding
it was gratifying to read the following Tommy Bishop, Joe Brown, right in the old swimming pool, according field, led the attack in the Terminal !- national reputation. The
released this
piece by Arnold Finnefrock, John Chitty, Vince Gorguze, John to figures tilt. Anderson had a triple Waves also engaged In two exhibitions '
sports editor of The Florida Kanazet, Bill Shanke and Robert week by Lt. Otis Douglas of the and single, while Ezra beat out against male teams losing )
Times-Union, in one of his recent Hlllj; Pitchers Sams and Sam Physical Training Department, two infield rollers. to the "Old Men" Executive Officers -
columns: (Speed) Elliott; and Catcher John who is O-in-C of swimming at Whitey Prust was the winner I and to the boathouse boys.

"The grand showing the Orlando Small. NAS. against Chason Dairy, allowing However, in both exhibitions, the
Army Air Base team made in the Others were :Max Legate, Fred Of the 3,118 men who'thus far five hits in the abbreviated seven- Waves made an excellent showing
recent national semi-pro baseball Menke, Leonard Serfustine, Ben have taken the required screeningtest Inning contest. Anderson again led ,against the so-called stronger sex.
tournament in Wichita proves, as linsky and Roger Dodd. The Flier 81 per cent passed, Lt. Douglas the locals with two for three. I Skipj Moore, an artist on the
; we and others have contended, ten is managed by Lt. George announced. The remaining 19 mound, was the team's leading
q ;If that the calibre of ball being Barclay, who took over when Lt. percent are receiving special In- FLIERS I if I GIBBS I :pitcher, and her two home runs
( played by service nines In this Sax Elliot departed several weeks truction which should enable themto GIBBS were tops in that department. Skip
1:: state stacks up with the best in pass the test at a later date. ..AD H 0 A tossed a shutout in the final gameof
,'_ the country. ago.Final standings of the second The screening test, which all Thorn Harris pion.cf 4 1 4 1 the season, a 1 to 0 triumphover
ss
"Now we don't mean to say half of the NAOTC Softball members; of Ship's Company must Trammel 3 0 2 7 1 2 1 Cecil.
that Orlando AAB, Jacksonville League, Northern Sector follow: take under station order 745, con- McVay,2b 2 Members of the team, whose fine
Naval Air Station, Camp Bland. Team W L sists of the D test_1-stay afloat Gllbert.rf McG e.lb3b 3 1 :i 3 brand of play accounted for the

Ins and Fort Pierce Naval Amphibious NAS Jax . . . 8 2 five minutes, 2-swim, 20 feet under Ketcher,3b 4 1 1 0 1 0 0 10-3 record, were: Outfielders,
Training Base could Lake City .. . .. .7 3 water, and 3-swim CO yards using iKleilaslf 3 ,0 0 0 0 Mary Walraven, Dorothy Minard,
beat Great Lakes, but they could Cecil Field . . .. .. 5 5 two different strokesand abandon Clifton.p.lb .1 1 6 0 Skipper Edge and Maribelle Schin-
bold their own with any other Lee Field . .. .... .. 5 5 ship tactics and survival drill. Cook.p J 0 0 2 del: Infielders, Margaret Llewellyn,
Army or Navy nine In the Yellow Water .... . 4 6 The latter phase includes a 20-foot Total 32 '7 84 io Virginia Sledge, Susie Alvis, Janet

rountry. Municipal ,. ... . 1 9STATION jump off a tower and instructionon Brasher and Eloise Petty; Pitch
"After losing its first game in the handling of life rafts and NASAB ers, Skip Moore, Bobby. Innis and)
the national tournament to the LEAGUE Mae West jackets.The eMau.lIs H 0 A Bobby Grey; and Catcher, Mary
5
Enidairs of Enid, Okla., Orlando 1 1 S
tests, which are in additionto Anderson,3b 4 1 1 2 Gale Booth.
AAB clicked off four straight victories ...
STANDINGS McCullough 3 3 5 7 Miss Hill, who is athletic officer
one of which was recorded the regular instructional classes, BaerIb 6 2 13 /:\
t over Sherman Field, the 1944 U. Team W L are held at the mainside pool under Woddallcf I 4 1 0 0 for the Waves, was assisted in Vf..t.
S. semi-pro T-4 4 0 the supervision of swimming Hopklns.lf: 3 0 1 8 I IJ managing the team by Teddy Jackson -
champs.
= VPB 3 1 nworakl,rf Poole the official
Phyllis
I was
1
Enid defeated Orlando again, MF J 2 instructors in the P. T. Dept. Cur Herman 4 1 4 0
this time by a 4-1 score, in the A & R 2VJo'5 rently sailors in A & R arc being MiGlothln 5 2 0 0 2 scorer.-
finals. 1 4 checked out. House 1 0 0 0 -
Ion Double plan, DeMari to McCul-
(No game piuyttl last week) "
"Orlando accepted the honor of --"- Totals 'tough to Uaer (2), Left on bane, (;lbba
representing Florida at Wichita Orlando made, local fans believe 1'KOS WHIP STARS 42 14 27 16 6, NAS is. Hits, off Clifton 6 In 113Innings
; Cook In 62-3. Bases
when the Downing nine, which that the 1943 and 1945 Jacksonville The pros came out on top againin NAB Gibbs ... .... 001 000 0001 off Clifton l 2.8 Cook 4, l {h.ltStrut'k
( was composed of sailors stationed Naval Air' Station cluVs) and the 12th annual all-star1 football I Rum. DeMari 3", .260 SOO Olx--.ll out, by Clifton I, Cook 4, Mc
here, was unable to make the trip. the 1944 St. Augustine CoastGuard classic at Chicago last Thursday i)lotxh 2, Bncr, Woddall.Andeison.Hopk M MrC'uU. Herman Glothin(Anderson 3,). JUt Wild by pitcher,, by Clifton.Cook
k Orlando lost to Downing in the I Stars could have done night when the Green Bay Packers I K tchr, 4. Harris i. Iglesla*;, TwoErrors, Passed balls .pitches W inningpttcb-'
i finals of the state tourney. equally as well if 'they could have scored over the College<< AllStarsby Alta. Harris McGee McVay., er. McGlothin. Losing pitcher, Clifton.
,!Z In view of the excellent record gone to WI


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;' 6 September, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven




'. Scrimmage Under Game Rules Bill Of RightsContinued Four is Reasons Why We Won r Y el I



Slated Saturday For GriddersDevoting from Page 1 tiY


qualified to undertake them pro-

most of this week to ironing out the kinks re- vided the institution is on the list

vealed in the initial rough and tumble workout last Saturday approved by the Veterans' Admin-

,J the NAS football :Fliers will bump heads again this istration. These may be public or

1I.i i!: ,) Saturday in an hour-long scrimmage under actual game private elementary secondary or

.. conditions. schools furnishing education for

The Mason Field drill, which will adults business schools and col-
start at 1500, is to spec" Hardin-Simmons, starred for the
open scientific and technical In- Vj J1 Lt
tators. Fliers last season as a spot runner. leges, ;

Head Coach Jim Tatum expressed Tatum who alternates between stitutions colleges, vocational

considerable satisfaction with working with his 80-man schools Junior colleges, teachers' I f\ 4

the opening scrimmage, in which squad and worrying over a flockof colleges, normal schools, professional -
the offense overshadowed the de- schedule difficulties has announced and
fense. .lOlls to the squad of schools universities

"I thought the squad looked exceptionally L. E. George 205 pound center. other'educational and training institutions 1i

/tr well considering it was George who was slated to put including industrial establishments >

: so hot and that it was the first In a lot of playing time this season providing apprenticeor

,,. rough workout after only a week holds the Legion of Merit
other training on the job. Some -
award and Is eligible for dis
of real practice, the former North !
PICTURED ABOVE ARE FOUR VETERANS of the air aboveJapan
charge.To foreign colleges and universities
: Carolina mentor stated. did lot for tide shipmates In Air
and vicinity who a our as
; Six teams took In the replace George, Tatum came included.
) : part are
last week when the four
who I Group 23. Proof of the work they did came
with John McCormack
,
with the first four up I
scrimmage, The Veterans' Administrationwill ceremonies Left
the for collected 11 awards at. presentation (see story)
played snapper-back post
lot class. Flashed
.0 of showing mid-season a of form were !displayed the University of Illinois eleven in pay directly to the school of !o to right Ensign Karl T. Smith Lieut. (Jg) Henry Stasiuk, Lieut

In executing the maneuvers '44. McCormack, of NATTC also your choice the customary cost of (jg) Harold J. Mooney and Lieut (jg) Lorain W. llerkey.
weighs 205.Meanwhile: I ,luuion and such laboratory, library ---
of the Intricate T-formatlon,
and laterals and passes were Center Walt Dub- infirmary and similar fees I Pacific Veterans Cited
plentiful. zinski also of NATTC has returned as ate usually charged, and may

Team No. 3 pulled the flashiest from leave and is expectedto pay for books, supplies, equipment, I I

I ) play of the day Quarterback Joe go in Saturday's workout. and other necessary expenses exelusive' I I At Station Ceremonies

,. Brown of last year's team windingup Dubzinski is one of the few squad- of board, lodging, and tra-

with the ball on a double lateral men who has placed pro ball. He vel. Payments will not exceed $500 Fifteen veterans of Pacific ac- __. _____ a

which gained 40 yards. starred for three seasons at Bos- for an ordinary school year.A tions were presented 24 awardsfor airrcaft factory, the former receiving

Team 1 had "a long gainer of 30 ton College, understudied Mel Hein subsistence allowance of $50 outstanding performance of an Air Medal as well.

yards when Quarterback Dick of the New York Giants for a year for those with not dependents, and duty at special inspection ceremonies Distinguished Flying Crosses

Fisher of Ohio State cut off and then put in a full season, of $75 for those with'dependents will held last Saturday. Commander were awarded to Ensign Harley

tackle and lateraled to Right Half play with the Boston Yanks, also be provided by the Veterans' Paul E. Emrick, Executive Of- I', Chester Jefson, USNR and Guy

Thigpen. More scrimmages are on tap Administration. here has been I ficer and acting commanding offl. : Roe Chamberlain ACMM, USN,

High on the list\ of the numerous next week as the Fliers have only talk that these payments may braised cer in the absence of Captain for participation in 20 com oat mis-

; V players who showed to advantage two weeks to go before their open- but so far they remain at thony R. Brady, made the sions. Chamberlain also receivedthe
'+M was little Johnny Alsup. The Ing tilt with the Miami Naval the current levels. These paymentsmay Eleven of the citations An-I' Air Medal

lightning fast 155 pound right Training Center eleven here 22 be reduced If you attend on four naval aviators who Air Medals were prese: ited to
:. halfback arrowed off tackle for September. The squad is workingout
a part-time basis or receive com- members of Air Group 23, Claude A, Burgard, ARM2c
'' good gains on several occasions. daily at Mason Field startingat pensation for work done aa partof ly returned to the recent-I USNR; Leland Mullms AMM2c,

Alsup, who formerly played atMILLERFLOYI 1445 your training.Separation. strenuous action around Okinawaand I II USNR. and Freddie W Walter,

)' -"-- Japan.Of AMMlc, USN Walter also received
I a Gold Star In lieu of a second
the four, Lt. (Jg) Henry Sta-
Card Set Center Air Medal
IN SEMIFINALSThe Ring siuk, USNR, and Lt. (Jg) Lorain John Beley, AMM2c, USXR: wa

crack tennis combination of card Coiu.iiucd: from Cage One Ward Berkey USNR, F6F pilots, awarded a Gold Star in lieu of a
I Another big fight received Silver Star Medals for
Fred Miller and Frank Floyd became fourth Air Medal; Steven Joseph
6-..z; the first team to reach thesemifinal featuring seven_ bouts modeling work will take over a damaging an' enemy destroyer off Sikora, ARMlc USN, a Gold Star

1 round of the current I matching the top battlersat group of buildings in NATTC area. Kyushu on 7 April Stasluk also in lieu of a third Air Medal; Joseph

Y ;', open doubles net tournament, off NAS, will be presented The administration building will was presented the Air Medal and D. McColgan, AMM2c, USN,
three Gold
Stars in lieu of second
Bldg 593, Civil Readjustment ,
occupy Gold
results to yesterday a Star in lieu of a second
up at the Auditorium Fridayat _Bldg. 691> Medical Bldg. third and fifth Air Medals for mer-. Air Medal; and Ora Franklin Milar .

r 1 Miller and Floyd took the meas- I 2015, Lt. Ilubino, boxing 592 and Dlcharge Barracks_. itorious participation in aerir/ AMM2c, USNR, a Gold Starin
Bibber and A. Hewitt
of Lt. Van -
ure Wednesday 594) _597. strikes. Berkey received in addition -
their I coach, announced Bldgs. lieu of a second Air Medal.
6-1 after
t winning
6-1 ,
the
Cecil morning. In reality, two processes will be Distinguished Flying I' Harry Winter Ames, Sic USNR,
1 i first round match from Buyle Cross for taking part in 20 strikes ,
going on simultaneously one received a Commendation Ribbonfor
6-3. Van *
F and H. 6-0
Gurnesy,
in 17 days, and the Air Medal I
Bibber and Hewitt had advanced close out naval careers, and the outstanding performance at

d on a 6-1 6-3 victory over A. Berk Pools And Gear other to give the individual every The other two fliers from Air I Leyte Gulf aboard the cruiser St.

und W. Barnett. item of information which mightbe Group 23, Lt. (Jg) Harold Joseph Louis

Miller and Floyd will meet the Room Now Open of aid in the transition to civil Mooney, USNR, a TBM pilot, and The Presidential Unit Citationwas
Ensign Karl Thomas
match between Lt. Smith awarded to Alexander Lefko,
winner of the
I life.And the USNR, who flew an F6F, received AOMlc, USNR, for meritorious
1. Steve Epler-A. I* Warren and Joe 'Til 2100 Daily by way, dependencycredit
Trosper-John Cody. Epler and under the point system 1.. Distinguished Flying Crosses for service with Patrol Bombing-

w Warren won by default from E. "All work and no play" doesn't fixed as of 14 August 1915, EO the successful attacks. against a Jap Squadron 33.
---- .
-- _
tV ..
D. Zeigler and C. H. Anthony, apply at NAS. as a revised listingof acquiring of a wife now will not 1-- --

I .. while Trosper and Cody defeated activities reveals give you those extra 10 points. I
recreational sports
I Ens.. Wilson and Ens. Mardaga, DeWolf Academy Graduate L L Commercial Bulletins I
7-5 6-4,
Captain DeWolf, the new com
McGuirk
In the upper bracket, Gordon Lt. Comdr. Warren manding officer of the Separation i

'. Reedy and Lt. Begel outpointed physical training officer announced Center, is a product of the Naval *OR SALE ---WANTED- --I

!-!. Moon Mullen and D. P. Moylan, changes In the hours of athletic Academy, Class of 1921. He left Marten fur n.di.-ple., 2 skins( perfectly Furnished
Hendee and W. H. matched In excellent less apartment or mail house for
H. P. condition
6-1 6-3
;
the naval service as a lieutenant young couple' ,
and swimming pools near air station fill
default from H. gear rooms than half price Call 2-40J8 Mn. W. D.
r Walker won by I junior grade, three and one-half trum. Mary Carlo, 8802.
Burmester and W. H. Sams; Lt. effective this week as follows:
\ .Ii< I after to
being graduated
years lull C.I'.O. wardrobe die !<._Raincoat '
Ililmer and Lt. GUsow outstroked All Mainside swimming pools A set of lad)" golf club In good con
: open a brokerage business in New with lining, 1 suit of green (two dition.
f.i-. :""-, Johnson and C. D. Nelson, 6-3 7-5; open from 0800 to 2100 daily for York City. In 1910, he was recalled pain of trousers), grey gabardine suit St.M., NAS A. ,Ohl Tel.. 8170 CSKV. 1233B Hen.cock .
r and Lt. Plattner and Lt. Johnson (two pa' trousers), 1 tropical khaki
.. R. A. Clark recreational swimming. Also open to active duty and reported to .nit, 1 *..t of blues, I white suits, 2
,o advanced on default by I the Naval Academy for duty in the Cotton khaki suits, cap rovers and all. Civilian pinked. up 2 enluted men ..>
and J. Sitton. all day on Sundays and holidays. Department of and |UJ. Chief Brooks fcxt. 8169. Albemarl Kd, opposite hangar IK, SI
The finals In the meet are tentatively clothes and Seamanship August around 1600. Package wa left
Phonograph record
Swimmers can change (1000) for sale or
Navigation. While there he also In
car by tailor, may be had bv identifying
; scheduled for Sunday. exchange vocal classics early recordings
; -
r r, ."-- check valuables at the equipment served as coach of the academy's and collector Item. V. A. Nor content. Contact J. VV. Andrea
'room in the recreation building. sailing team. man, lit 8SS7. AK.: Shop 742 or call 525.

::f: I FINAL SOFTBALL Recreation swimming is allowed I His next assignment was aiding Marina Officer uniforms, size 37 lun,. Navy officer' wife wishes to there home
I when instructional classes are on In perfect condition coniiiting of 2 with Navy officer and wife, without
in the of
the
;-'r- STANDINGS to commissioning battleship lummer uniforms: 2 olive greens, one children Home located 2 mile from
'as the pools are large enough I USS :Massachusetts. He remained having 2 pairs of trouierai belts capi. NAS In Venetia. Call I-OU2
Ol-riCEKS' LEAGUE : accommodate both. aboard her for two and and tie*. Call 7-72(4 or apply at 1041Kiver.id
Are. FOR SALE
(Admiral's Cup) The equipment room in the rec- one-half years as first lieutenantand
Boys' bicycle Call >U.
Team W L reational building is open dally damage control officer seeing I 1941 DeSoto Coupe, 27,000 miles, u."II -
Box springs for double bed. bee Lleweliyn
(#.i MF-OTU 18 5 from 0800 to 2100. Handball, tennis action in both the Atlantic and Pa Kueater, 123<-B Hancock St. I lent model condition and Will trade for older

VPB 18 9 volleyball and basketball gear cific. He returned again to Annapolis Houie Trailer 22 ft.. excellent condition. car cash difference. Call 1 H334.1I2 .

$ : Operations 14 8 can be obtained here for use on in August, 1944, as executive Aladdin model. Located at Naval T-Model Convertible run like
r VF-5 8 16 nearby courts. officer of the Station Ship remain- Air Base, Yukon Trailer Park. See Hob- a top. Call Jeanne Tohln evenings 8307.
ert U'Meal, AI-MIc. Barracks 0, NAlll, Barrack 14
'" The equipment room ajthe Mat, ing until he reclved his orders as or at trailer. Price 1750.-
,: MORNING LEAGUECornmanding : I at Mustin and Yorktown is open C.O. of the Separation Center here. House Trailer, 17 ft., covered .wagon all Almo.t new, enlinttd m.n' set of bluet.
( ; Officer's dip) daily from 0800 to 2000, and on During that year he also com metal body, clean (485. R. W. Libeling Jumper size 42| trousers, .1.. 30. Will
W L ell separately. See kriitan IBM, 11101...
Team Davis Trailer
S from 1000 to 2000. The manded the academy's yacht Sp.X)2e lamp or Bldg.
Sunday 500.
.: MF-OTU 25: 4 "3. Dial 4<0.
is available squadron.
VPB 22 6 same sports equipment 1 desk typewriter, hand electric vacuum Silver Dome Trailer shipping out mutt
M- A & R 20 9- here. Captain DeWolf is making his cleaner, portable electric sewing ma ell at sacrifice price. At Yukon Trailer
; .. 18 12' It also was announced that the home at 1854 Elizabeth Place with chine. Good condition. Joseph Walter Park. 1-4 mile from main ..Ie. Call or
: SupplySalvage 287 Transylvania Ave., West VVe.con- .
his wife and see With Butt at Park. Phone 2 177).
bowling alleys will be open until daughter. A son is at-
13 16 nett, ixt. 307. Thayer baby carriage, like. new, used
Commissary 12 14 2100 every day. A physical train- tending Massachusetts Institute of Simmons baby bed and mittrei M. A. three month Ph. I>lt. 345. Lt. (jg) S.
Public Works 12 1/\/ ing officer will be on hand at all Technology. Ohl. LSKV 1233-B Hancock St.. NAS. 1). (oilier. Bldg. (11 Aviation; Ordnance
1 T-4 8 20 times at phone number 593 to pro _-"X_ hone 5175.Complete Officer School).

VM 7 21 vide additional information' on any Travel Including' rugs set of, curtain living ,room etc. Good furniture con- Complete *et of Chief* uniform, size
Time .
'' H. Service 4 25 pf these! activities. dition and reitonable. Apply at 117} 28. On. J gal. oil drum and oil. Ext.
-- Cumberland Road, after 5 p. m, 8801 25SS Oak Street, Tel. 7544.. Chief
AFTERNOON LEAGUE Continued' from .Ja.:e I 5-room bungalow, partly furnl.hed J292Tran Slmnicht.
HOW NICE
Commanding Officer's Cup) 1400 20 *>'lvnia Ave., \\e-connett. fjflOdown. On. modern bedroom suite with
( on September.In C. W. Par.er.plece pre-war
MADRID, Spain-Spain a foot- .
I, r Team W L general the order lib- springs and inner spring maltr... almost -
23 4 ball league has started a campaignto states I- bedroom tulle. Can b. teen any new Also bed, springs, and innerspring _
Hospital "violence including erty should not be granted for tra- time. 1292 Transylvania Ave, Weicorc mattress cheat of dra.era. and
Marine Uk" 27 5a suppress" the football field. vel to a destination outside the nett. vanity paited white. 27Pf Rivermde ave.,
I' VF-5 27 6 blasphemy on 80 mile limit to which the round Home trailer, cuitom built, newly paint. Apartment 3, before 1490.

lit 0 &G 20 11 For "blasphemy" a player may trip can be made in 48 hours ed. accommodate two. Located at lot
,\ only No. 20. Yukon Trailer J'ar"V.. W.Curti. .
Oft 11 be from the field for'twoof Two bicycle. both In good condition.
1S: expelled
:
M. Galley
)/ ;. four A who if made by plane, where such .. (toy's full.>ized Victory model l. girl's fulfilled -
the periods. player
.1'1 a( c i", Personnel 13 16 destination is involved the offi- Ilaby buggy, pre-war Kroll.cab, good pre-w ar model. Both for |}..
> POW Gds 3 :5 injures another can be suspendeduntil cer-in-charge of the individual condition. Non-tipp.bl. construction. thief White 320IA Blair .Au.. Dewey
Boathouse 10' 22 the victim recovers ,and will $20. 1415A Child St., NAS. Park.
;'. concerned will be held responsible
J : chief's Club 9 21 also be liable for hospital expenses rarniturt bedroom suites 1 child'
r,_; & Ferries 5 26 and a money indemnity. for satisfying himself that the room furnitire, living room suite, din- Three room ef furniture living r"'M.
:oclrs round be made within and bedroom.and kitchen.
trip can the ette set and mUrellaneoui odd 1S12A Randolph
455.'. the 48-hour period. rnda. Lt. (Spearman 271S Cherrywood street Naval Homing Area.
1\IINOi'i'LE"AGUF. TOGET OUT
MICKEY ,
Kd., J-S427.
The official table which will be
Team W L Lieut. Cmdr. Mickey Cochrane, Threpieci! maple living et, with lamp, Colonial Maple bedroom into, complete.
1 18 4 former Detroit catcher and man used in computing travel time fol- picture, etc. Ale three-piece .walnut Drape and matching; ipread included,
i : : Salvage 16" will be discharged from the lows. It is listed as one-way travel bedroom suite including' large vanity if .. rs. A .. Roue-colored sectional
$ Dispensary ager time and to determine round- anti excellent springs and mattria fl... divan, can be three distinct chain, and
: Post Office 16 7 Navy in a few days it was an- piece> kitchen let including di.hea. Tall two table, especially designed to blend]
I 'I M. Galley 10 13 nounced at Iowa Pre-Fllght recently. trip travel time merely double the any tlM.. 1221.B Hancock Ftrcc-t.. on Sta i with divan. Will sacrifice App Ne. I2SI2 '
I ADU 7 15 >} number of days shown. tic>.. Perk St.. after u... .>





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Page Eight CIVILIAN JAX AIR NEWS NEWS 6 September, 1945

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Civilian Employees' News 1 II A-and-R Accessories L SUPP.iv3SALLIES


Address Communications to Editorial Offices Nws and Notes' From Instrument' ShopBy

Personnel Relations Office, Bldg. 13, Box 22 .-
Telephone Extension 483 Virginia Fraser MACHINE
The Civilian EmployeesNews ? We had a visit from two old DIVISION ::) '" '
a two-page section of the Sax Air
News, is devoted to reporting the news of the Naval Air Station'I friends this past week: Pvt. Albert j By Slim Tyler

Civilian Employees and is sponsored by the Levy formerly of the Optical I Stuart Ralph is back from. two
Tept. who is home on furloughand
Employees' Association for Civil Service Employees also awaiting transfer to an I weeks vacation on his farm In the By Lrola Jones

Otflcert In California and northwest part of Pennsylvania.
Army camp ; HAVE YOU HEARD?
William O. Kincald, President Philip D. :Myers, Treasurer .."t. Ruth \Viedeman, a WAC, He spent most of the vacation putting t
Mattox Award) has been
and Edith: (
a new roof'on his house
of the Room whois
Evelyn T. Sullivan, Secretary formerly Gyro ,
stationed In P-.:m Beach It barn. He says he never''ate so I all smiles lately after receiving her
Directors was grand seeing them again. much chicken in his life as he did first letter since Victory over Japan
Evelyn T. Sullivan Mell C. Jackson I In the last two weeks. Incidentally from her son, Freddie, who la
Frank H. McKinley Donald A. Wood the Welcome to a new member of Ralph's place is a chicken ranch. I stationed .somewhere in the Pacific .

Philip D. Myers Kenneth M. McDuffie ders Pressure Dept., Kenneth William S. Goethe on the spring Sally Gardner (Contract)
with National
formerly
Daniel R. Wtuddon( William O. Kincald lines. We understand he is An-I bench ''is well represented in our lis spending a week in Washington,

Charles E. Field Navv. tooClad to have .. armed forces. One son is probably.j i D. C., visiting her dauhter Jr.f '-
News Reporting Start with iis.Wave. in Japan by now. Another Is In Jna! Faye Henderson (Public Voucher i
Assembly and Repair; the Navy. Two more' recently ref f f ) spent the week end at the ". t

Head Reporter-............._....-.._.......__.......Euleene Willingham Martha Smith, nee Colvin,,, ceived honorable discharges. One I I beach with her family who came
Sl/c, our bride is back from I
Inspection and Survey: leave. pew of these boys spent eighteen' down for a visit from Alma. Georgia -

Head ........_.. Sara McConnell (Follow-
Reporter. -?? :.?_.....Helen .to' Styron Emory Morris of the Optical months on the Delta, a repair ? .
Public Works Department: Dept., is out because of illness ship.Mr. L I Up) spent Labor Day week-end
Head Reporter......._...._..___.-......._......Ethel M. Shanahan Hope to see him back soon. We Wm. II. Dillman, also of the j with her family in Atlanta, Ga .
Supply Department: miss him. spring bench, has two sons in the I Also in Atlanta Ga., visiting

Head I e porte r...........-.............._...................................Leo 1 a Jones Mabel 1 Griffin, the gal from the Navy in the Pacific. The oldest I trends is Gladys Ward (Account-
Gyro Room who gets our shop par- son haS been In five major engage ing) A group of girls from
ties ments and in the invasion of SI- the Follow-Up Section surprised
organized, is out on annual
THE I
I. CIVILIAN OF WEEK leave this week. It's a well-de- cily. The younger one is aboard an Claire Carter with a party on her '
served vacation and here's hoping LST over in the vicinity of what birthday, Vera Gibson baked the
Celebrates S3: Years With Gov't. it's a good one. used to be known as the Sun of I i cake and a good tlme'was had by all

By t'rank McCaffrey Wave londle" Kraemer, AMM Heaven. Mr. Dillman himself is a Geneva Chester and Amelia

On 16 Sept 1940, one month before 3/c, of the Pressure Dept, is tak- veteran of World War I. | Bullock (Follow-Up) took a trip to
NAS Jax: was commissioned, ing a lot of ribbing this week. The Andrew Coleman surprised his to Quincy, Fla., to spend their Labor W
a small contingent civilians reported cause of it all is a black eye. wife with a birthday party on the Day holiday from work We
for duty aboard this then Seems one of her famous back 24th of August. A large crowd att t li miss Lenav Woodruff (Follow-Up)
j 1
barren base. Buildings were few dives missed a little, with'a bang- tended. There was plenty of cake ,who reported for active duty in the

and scattered, roads were muddy, ed-up knee and black eye as the and ice cream and the presents' ;Navy recently RUSK!* abnjr
and aviation activity was slowly wS w' result. But this happens to the were piled up, there were so many. J ;i and Tlielma Klmel (Engine Parts)
beginning. I| At ll aa .1 best of swimmers and divers, and"Blondie" But best of all he says: "I have are enjoying vacations in Alabama

One member of this group was :,' Is one of the best three boys In the service and they and Carolina where the corn
Vernon Lee Gorsuch, Chief Clerk Wave Lillian Ilarklnson, AMM were all home for the part Yo"I I and mountains grow green and
of the Supply Department. When I 2/c, of the Gyro Room, Is on''I Myrtle is al smiles this week. 1 1I tall Mr. George Sterling (Engine ,
Captain T. Earle Hipp, now Rear leave this week. We hope you're Must be because her brother is'' I!: Parts) is a patient in the Veterans '"

Admiral, pooled his ofrces in Nor- having a wonderful time, Lil.We're I I home from the Navy. t Hospital, Lake City, Fla. All
folk, readying for the transfer glad to see Emily Hardenof Jamie Davis wants to know: wish him a speedy recovery and
Jax, Mr. Gorsuch was selected as the Pressure Dept, back again '"Who Is "Caledonia" and what )hope he'll be back at work.soon .-. .

the one to help set up the Supply after being out because of Illness. I makes her big head so hard?" j i LV.. ".,..,,1..nh'. ..,"- --.lIIlnn-...--. lIunM'.---... Fol-,- -
Two
Organization. The original office of of our favorite gals ar? -"- ) back after a month's leavfc
l leaving and
this department was situated in a stay-us Jeanette going Bailey back Bid hometo Ore j Electrical Division I. husband, James V., BMlc,

small building near the presentsite Me>er. We'll.l1! miss the'e 1I las- By Ruby Myers and Ann Sterne from overseas duty Zola
of the Ad. Bldg., and which I ant gals. Both added a lot to our I' Our "oomph" girl, Wave Gertrude : (Follow-Up) has been va-

was shared with several other sec- morale. Best of luck, and don't OlUrhar. is on a 15-day catolning In St. Louis, Missouri, ..w
tiona j forget us too soon leave. She. hails from Pittsburgh, where she visited her family and '
Very little had been completed Gladys Goodbpe of the Gyro Pa. But don't despair, fellows, old friends Ixle Conrson (Engine ..-
in the present Supply Buildingwhen Shop Is out sick. Better get well she'll be back, Parts) is proud mother of ,
.this section, moved in and it and hurry back. We miss you. Klvln: Roulliac is now in New two sons in the Service, Warren ,
meant carrYing and 1 Richard York with her husband Courson has been serving on.
equipment ; Thompson, who lias who Is Just
tions after the other [it was
one ;
supplies up the stairs. That Winter been working In the Gyro Shop, back from Europe. I I I cruiser In the Pacific for more
not until 1930 that he assumed oth- I
they were forced to use oil']1 I has left us because he's returning; Snapper \Vallftt is back with us' than a year and Carl Courson rei -
duties and became
heaters to keep warm or at least,,, I er Issue Division. There supervisorof he to school. Best of luck, Dick. from a leave. Looks like O. M.i If i cently joined the ,Merchant Ma
the beat thing possible. remained --.....--- Scott and Philip Manya are still rines.
I until the requested transfer -- I'
Prior to coming here Mr. on the sick list. .
Gor and appointment to Charles Average AgeFigures Both have been PEOPLE ARt FUNNY
such had been stationed at the:! [ out sick for a week.
ton recently released fix the I
I I, One of our soft-hearted Supply
Charleston Navy Yard for six: Born in the late '80's In Baltl- average age of Navy enlisted personnel Martha llolloxvay is on a week's, employes has promised to get
years. He was transferred therein at 23.5 years; officers 31.5. leave. J. It, I>o :
more he
County
Maryland, was husband for a certain lonely'lady
1934 at the of -- join dear old Uncle I
request --- Sam's
Capt raised and schooled ---- army. I I
there, later attending He has also promised this
Conyers File, now Rear Admiral I I1 BASEBALL FANS H Flash!! The would-be WalterWinehell's
the of
University
(retired to Mary I same lonely lady a big ham frI
)) organize the of Radio
supply land. Prior to his college training, Shop are predicting As of this date, neither
department for industrial work he had taken Tomorrow/ night, Friday the early marriage of Kvb-j supper.
a one correspondence

year +I has been produced which causes
Ling (:ar..er1th ert Medford.
Gov't September 7, the "Naval I
course with the Electrical us to wonder if a merger of husband
I ( Beginning with indefinite appointments Engineering Institute of London Air Station Civilian Ter Ethel Sinner will vacation in and ham is in process. (Could .
in 1909, his Pennsylvania. Paul
career Wagner of '
England. He also studied law
be!
riel's"roloted I' )
.1 proved short lived when employees) 861 .
!' reductionin for a year with a private tutor inn Shop recently made a business ,
force caused his separation i iG night school after his appointment will play the "Georgia: ; All trip to Miami What about f HISTORY .
G( 1911 after having spent over one |: to Norfolk. Stars" from Brunswick, Wagner? I In Charles B. Driscoll's Column.

n I i f year in the Census Bureau in I I i Having been married in Pensa- Georgia, at the Jacksonville Antoinette Sahtolerlo, Shop It'l "New York Day by Day" recently
Washington, D. C. However is rejoicing the could be
in cola soon after his over return of found the following: "John
t-$ Nov. 1912, he received his first per- j I there, he is. now looking appointment forwardto Ball Park located at 7th husband. He is recovering from Jacob Astor was not only a rich

manent appointment and reported I retirement and returning to his and Myrtle Avenues. wounds received at Iwo Jima. I I I man but a gentleman. When the
': to the Norfolk Navy Yard as a home in Pensacola, The "Terriers" have, been Juanita Mattingly is in St. Vin 'Titanic' was sinking, he gave his.

.. cleric. |i 1-----i -- _--. -- --____ playing excellent ball this cent's Hospital. She's doing fine seat In a lifeboat to a little girl
A significant highlight! was re- and would litte to have visitors. I and calmly went down with the
t alized soon after he reported there Gate Gossip season and a good game is Andy Thompson, inspector in''I ship. The girl now is a mature

r. .. when a Presidential order commanded assured! 863, is a bachelor. What's wrong'woman, Mrs. Albert Isaac, of Jack
all combat vessels of the ,I, KATHRYN STANSBBRRY and A section will be reserved with you girls? sonville, Fla." Well, folks, Mrs Al-
fleet to proceed to Norfolk, and RUTH 8TEFFU3 (Personnel Ac- for white fans! Come ----\QIf --- ,--_ bert Isaac is none other than the :i,
prepare for a world cruise. The duties ion-/ celebrated birthday, this one, : one and one are two I mother of Dorothy Isaac who

and responsibilities of seeing week. Twenty-one, girls t .come. all. And one and one do marry, works in the Public Voucher Section
that the necesary supplies and With, the good news that her -- -- -- There's one and one to carry? ] !
I gear were put aboard these ships 1 husband was coming home, EDITH --- a n-. ._-, -

U fell to Mr. Gorsuch, and he states, i: BROOKE, (Personnel Actions) ACTION IN
"at one time, 1 didn't get ashore shortened her vacation to tend to SEPARATION CENTER

for two weeks." i unfinished/ business and resign. ..
i; ': This world cruise was eventually Hubby sails from Europe today.

.'.". discontinued when trouble began EVELYN IllBBS and EVA KIN. 4)
In Mexico, and later their du- .8ER are tearing us this week to'I
ties were concerned with the outbreak i return to their homes. House
of World War I. i wires fSeveral II rLLi- : .
'
In response to an application new faces have been '
filed for transfer in 1915, he received i added to Personnel Relations 1
re \
i l an appointment to the U, S. i cently. They belong to TIl ELM A I crt. 1 S
1 1.,1.. Navy: Aeronautic Station in Pen- (GREEN, LOUISE A, LEWIS, : '
sacola, Florida Being commended i HELEN KEIIOE, MARY C JEN f.
.. highly for his work with the fleet J SEN DOROTHY L. KOREY. JOSEPHINE
in Norfolk by Rear Admiral MarkL. i MARTIN and ETHEL

Bristol proved responsible for TURNER scene transferred here' ,
his appointment to Pensacola. I j from the Ration Board. Welcome!
Pensacola didn't have much to I MRS. RETTA F. PENLAND

\ offer at that time other than old i who, has spent a month here learning 1T :
unused brick buildings, and, as he i the ,", and outs of the Labor
I,' puts it, "my first desk had only J Board, returned this week to NAGS
three legs and a box had to be I II to exercise her learning Wo
I used to hold up the other corner" I her visit; enjoyed -
: i His first duties were as' accountant EVELYN i "
... D. RONSKE is n new y. 1 Fr.
of of military rolls (he was the addition to the Employment Section. -'
r only civilian), but when other accountants !

I arrived hj became supervisor EDITH PERRY (.IlIterreu'rJ(
''r in Supply. In of that
Sept. is enjoying a visit by her little
f year he was transferred and became three year old daughter, CarOl/ntIJ -

!. the Recorder' the Labor from Springfield, Tennessee, c'ap- 0
Board, in which capacity he remained crowed by her yrattdmother and
until the following June. IDA VA VITT (Mail) i, being vii -
f', His next assignment, one month lied by her sister, Mamie Jo, from
I later, moved him back to Supply in i! Arkansas Pass, Texas.
t
I, charge of stock procurement and I EDYTHE BOHANNON Mail)

purchase where he stayed ,until viiiled her daughter, Katheren, last "

j" after the war. week in Columbus/ Ga. MARGARET -
; By 1919, Supply had become so DOUGLAS (employment) ; w..' .. ,
1 that ---------
and -
large
stock divisions
purchase has just returned from a two weeks PICTURED HERE ARE employees of Public Works
i were, separated, and he was! leave! having been accompanied by remodeling barracks ,for the who last week were given the rush :Job ,of ,
f .new
f. made a supervisor of Stock Upkeep her husband on his leave, to their\ PONT (Carp), J. !f. UWYNE4 (rt'tll..trlbutlolIlrojtr(h <"t. Painter), I.V.ln.. McVEIGH Workmen above are, left to right M. C. lll/v
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By Jeanne Ven/I I

STAMPS I Announcing that all future Fed-
eral appointments will be made

lly M. T. Crumley I only to the veteran who fought,

The story this week Is of a two and won the war Civil Servicepoints

rent rose carmine stamp and wa the way to a suc<.-ssful
.
issued October 7, 1910, at New peace

York, and is one of the series honoring I This does not mean that the

a great American, Samue new IVb's who ale now being ::

F B. Morse. placed in offices and departments
Samuel Morse was born at around NATechTraCen are all

Charlestown near Boston Massa I honorably discharged members of f Y
thusetts in 1J91. In 1810 he was the armed forces. The new civilian r"

graduated from Yale where he employees, those who enteiedNATechTiaCen _

studied and taught the sciencesparticularly after 27 August,

what was then known I hold "temporary" appointments,

erf electricity. However, he wante I designed to be of no more than

to b! a painter and studied under one year's duration for 'employment I

Benjamin West in London wh( Ec a

also taught Robert Fulton :Morse Here at NATechTraCen there

was a very competent painter am are three types of appointments sJI'

held the presidency (1826 to 1842!) working for the Navy Department -

of the National Academy of De : the "permanent" appointee,

sign, also a professorship of art, who was appointed to her position _.
and design at New York Univer before 16 Match 1942 (usually in --- -- -- MRS. MADGE F ADDISOX, (second
.. classified status), \OU'J LIKE'to buy any salvaged scrap orwaite, well,
a Competitive want to
Sales Division, Supply Department, Is jut the person you
of the
If we would find the very era the "War Service-Indefinite" appointment from left) civilian supervisor all above mentioned material also make disposition of exfe fall the of selling
haM charge
which
die of the electric telegraph, It' ( in group ,,('e. This division A""llJllngIrs.; Addison above Is MISS LIZZIE )(. LONG (left).
of our em- materials.
largest percentage surplus
would be necessary to go back to,
flojees; and the "temporary" appointee -
the very first experience on electricity. -

Such men as Hertz, Volta, described befoie. I PUBLIC WORKS I
classified INSIDE
Stephen, Gray, Faraday, Sir Fran The "permanent" or
sixmonths'
cis Ronalds, and Sir William Wat- status employee served a I ----
peilod; the Ethel M. Shanahan -- -
probationary Ky
eon, each had a small part. Fron
tie work these men did, scientist! \VSA-Indefinite, a one-year trial I During the air show last week) ENGINE

in England, Germany, France anc pciiod. Therefore, the latter ap- here was an "Observation Post" \

America were working at the (ointee who has so served a probation By C. II. Owen I >n the second deck ladder of builc I OVERHAUL
has earned' certain, lights teach a 451. A busy place wheneve
same time to make a telegraph It takes an accident to I ng

instrument that would do practice of Memoranda the "peimanent"and' institutions employee.!' on lot of people a simple lesson in ,word was passed that the plane My I
work Among them we .find thegreatest safety This girl, for Instance i i is"" were coming overhead.
eductions in force (NCPI-170)) are CliKncll Inspector of
of all, Samuel Morse, ar carefully studied by a little late in realizing that safe-j Mr. Leonard (Lab.) and "Duffj' \

American. To him we owe not only now NATechTiaCen being civilians in administrative ty lessons learned at the plan c Quinn (Vault.) were most enthus: ,I :1347-Pumps, Is back from an an:

the Morse telegraph, but also the posts. Neatly everyone should be applied at home, too. astic about their "trip" in the ('e- 1 foal leave spent in Michigan. She
'
Morse alphabet, which is used the I is interested In the subject. I In a second she'll be on the floor, ]estial navigation trainer.Mr. eports a very good time but cool

world over in both electric tele The bulletin announced that they, If she's lucky! she'll just be bruised, K.: lUefele (Mech.) is.being veather Parts chaser, LlleIrooim

graph and in signaling.In I too, have a point system, which, But she may break an aim or a ,\ery justly proud of the latest I'e- of 13.i-1' Is back from a

thinking of the recent electrical :ii stead of leading to discharge! leg. If she does she won't be any port of his son, Lt. Louis Gen visit to Georgia Joe Callfano t

discoveries while returning will form a "retention legistei" good to herself, to the plant, or'J J laefele, Army Air Corps, at Napier I of Car-1346 Is back on the job

from England. Morse conceived the for government employees.! to her country's war effort. ,At I 1 Field, Miss. Lt. Haefel; after three weeks of illness;a very

idea that electricity could be used Groupings are assigned from the least, not for many week!' I '!cored the highest national record severely strained back Friends

in a more direct manner and thete three types of appointments de- Many off-the-job accidents occur iver attained in ground gunner of C. C. Whitman, formerly ofarb.1346

by more rapidly for the sending S'I .bed above, and competitive at home, And about half of all in a fighter plane with 500 round: : will be glad to hear

of signals or messages. He was sc I levels shall be grouped "within" home fatalities result from fall; lied making 500 consecutive' hits hat he Is progressing nicely in the

enthusiastic about this idea that ire[ same class! service and guide, Preventing falls will help ket'p and attaining a perfect 100 per cent lospitll I. .". (Timimj) Thornis .

he lived and worked in a single as the titles appear on the pay- workers on the job and their families score in Jive runs over the targe, of 1347-P Is back from a week

room for something like five years, roll. safe too Also, in eight missions scored 100 end In Augusta' Georgia. She combined -
During this time he completed his I NATechTiaCen civilians will begiven per cent score in aerial gunner; business and pleasure by goIng -

first model, besides teaching de one point for each full year md he very modestly remarke to a real country barbecue

sign at New York University. He! rt Federal service. If you are a hat it Is ninth easier than ground while theie She\ says she only had
had to make his own electromagnets Vfteran and had been employed by ,
O O ; O gunnery; one meal continuously Klthtrd -
the
and had to invent a relay ti I Civil Service before entering KranUllii! Burch (Alch. ) on the L. Mollnoalso of 134 i.p, is
the
in the! arnica forces, each full year in
overcome the voltage drop with cries three
will be counted a lay ie left, was greeted back on the job after a
line so as not to go beyond the! armed service sOW of "speech-speech1"! Mr Burch, being weeks visit in Buffalo, N. Y, and

limit of the magnetic power. Al I point, as second well factor is your effiiMoncy TsEV SAVit In a spot, had to reply: "I er other points of Interest .'. >V.

the insulation of the wire had tc) The : are allowed use RANT tfneered this myself! Now, if I had )ilerrlll of Test Cells is! back from
be done by hand. Morse was not t latlng96 points TEaf s a Arch) gift of leave in Sil-
tor an "Excellent" rating; SAFE :\11'. Bedford' 4 a three weeks visiting
wealthy and had to do without t S3 for "Very Good"; and 80 SU65TiTUfLLAODE peech I could properly thank allof ercreek, N. Y. He looks well after

many things so that he might use!' points for ""uooa.? J/ you for the tine cooperation of the vacation .,bit E. Cannon

the noney-for experiments, t points No numerical evaluation ;is veryone while I was here" of 1347-P is out with a very badly

After finishing hU first! modein 1 placed upon an efficiency l'aUng Flojd Cajlur. has been mad nfected finger. She will be out for

1836 he made a better one In below "Good." Acting Supervisor of the Arch, a few more days or until the doctor !

1837. This was patented the sam As an example, say K. S. er Unit Mr. Caylor has been with Design gives her the word It seems

year. He now realized he needed eyed Civil Service in April of 1944 almost' from its inceptio she Is suffering terribly from a

help so he formed a partnership] : and the Is now assigned! to the ry4\ wren it started its career In the near blood poisoning.Ve all hope j

with Leonard D. Gayle, a professor Personnel Office as a ClerkTjiist .1.1Falls old green contractor's buildin; hat there will be no serious complications -

of New York University fo.r u CAF-3. Her efficiency ratin own in the station. Congratulations from the finger .

technical advice and with"AlfreFail is "Very Good." and good wishes from you fly Alice 1'. Knudsen

for financial aid and experlmerclal It. S. therefore, claiming nveterans' allow workers Mom" front
E. William f r
Clara
assistance. By 1838, messages preference, holds! 89 William (lied) Taylor had to
Wed-
No. 1333) left
were sent by a dot-dash code points on the retention register. I play nurse maid to his new son; Cylinder Shop home In New York
for her
using a printing type of sender at irate : \'. I', is a Clerk-Tjplst. CAFin and two other children, but he did esday her will be returnIng -

of over 500 words per hour.Morse one of the Schools. She and way with the worst chore as hewas My, whet son duty soon .
front
overseas
wanted to build an expe K. S. therefore are in the samcategorical fortunate enough to recur who is also
rimental line from Baltimore to grouping. V. 1'. entered the "Dy-Dee" service. Even sc, mother co-worker
IUtl'llt'n'lfrom
Washington. He asked Congress Civil Service in July of 1944and aren' minding three small youngsters isno ;greatly missed Is Louise
from good ladders Shop No. 1330.; Spark Plugs
"Ver
refused the rating"Is
;
for $30,000 but was her efficiency task!
falls' frorr easy to bewith
went to butt She too, claims 89 point' nearly so common as monotonous She has returned to Georgia
money. He Europe Good, this 'Tis said, repetition gets -
In : Smit-
makeshifts like the one her family Snotty,
interest Europear Is tied with Ii. S. on the retention another -
could not any and I but here Is Just appeal
cartoon, Next time, if this girl get ty, (better known as ('tirul, II Ton-
In his Invention Whenhe oh won'
legister.Who Wont
government
( once again.
returned he was without mon- would be retained in Clvl1! mt of this mess alive she will user of Public Works send "i..) has anybody seen Smitty'? Ah
In fore ladder. But even ther YOll people she's in Shop No. 1317, shar-
money for even food. For tin Service if a reduction genuine in items of interest to all of you 1 yc.s
ey 1 with
she
be safe unless Ulesit and tea cakes
be coffee
to won't her
next four years he unsuccessfully! made it necessary! !' for one the From Housing, from Power Parts, Ing Nice Bel-
correctly.If certain blond. going
petitioned Congress for funds but separated ? from Ad. Bldg, from Maintenance a
he also improved his batteries asa V, I'. ties, under NCPI-170 can:; she uses a step ladder properly front Shops, from one and allet's ir'!! .
entrance on duty; climb one, Insider 'troxuile, Shop P. O. and Loughry,
be broken' by she'll never
source of current and developedthe do it. You'll all enjoy ;you: Birthday
dates efficiency ratings or loca the house, without first Shop Supervisor. Happy
outside
and receiving! key to a ; > !!
sending column more
Disci Iminatlon is posi Is fully and "nice sitting" Romance
spreader
words policy. making sure the ._..
:
where 20 to SO per ---- --
point I -- E O.,
the bulletin.Thirtydays' completely escapes
lively; prohibited by I extended. I II ever }
minute could be sent He also proseouted -
:Martin'luce
notice will be giver this weel Jean Lifer and
his patent application,, I if theie is to be a leductioi I She'on't use a ladder whose SHORTER; WORKWEEK \ became engaged. Good luck
missing or
you
which became No. 1617, issued 'stt'pS or rungs are
patent work
in force which will Include you, side-rails are It-lene JroH has returned to
June ZOo 1810. This patent Steps will be taken to transfe I iroken or whose TO COMEData fter a trip to her home in Newersey
both the printing type and tacked I
covers I
to other positions, J .
smployees loads
the key type of sending and receiving I She'll never carry heavy
I wherever possible 011 Regulation!
messages. I The man or woman who has; up or down ladders.lean out too far. I I Officially paring the work weeV This will be acorn pllshed by fur-

Congress granted Morse fundg I I served his country faithfully dur I She won't won't do anything iiskyM to> live days, Station Order 88-45, 'jiighlng an employee, withoutay
In 1843 and he built an <;xperlmental I ng the past conflict deserves vettans' She avoid under governmental orders, iniates on one or more of the fiveay's
injury. I
line for some ten miles I lei privileges. Flve-or-ten- she wants to _V_ I the 40-hour week beginninge of the regular tour of duty,

This line was insulated with cloth point, preference Is not too much I Thoughtfuf--Mother- ;: "Daughter, I II I t week of 9 September and ef- for a time equivalent to the mim- ,'".:,

soaked in beeswax and tar. It was I .- for victory and peace. not to let that : sting all naval Held activities of.this ., bel" of hours he will be needed for
placed under ground In lead pipe I lidn't I tell you over to station. Thus, September II oik on the sixth,or seventh day, '
your
tit the cost of $20,000 and was! a I union to make rich men of them t. I strange man last come night?" I will be the first free Saturday that This action, regarded as a change

failure when tested. Another line Two years after the first telegrapline L partment "Don't be ridiculous, ivernment workers' have officially 11\t the regularly established work ...
constructed on poles with was built, receipts for thre Daughter: since the Introduction wet'k, must be taken advance I IExcept
(j was 1831:: ;3I I'' I went over to his apartment. Now, enjoyed
rroHsarms using door knobs as us- months were $203.43. By of the 48-hour week at the start in cases of emergencyhere
iilators, and when tested proved to here were 4TiOO! miles of telegrapl L I let his mother worry. of World War II, : life or government propertythreatened

I Inca in the United States and relaced Monday Is work in excess f.
be entirely successful 'I "Whatls- college bred?" Five, eight-hour days, ,
the in 1862. Son: the established 40-hour
> pony express will constitutee regularly
to inclusive
invention ,
Morse offered his they make col- to Friday
Government for I Morse became a wealthy man, I Dad: "My boy, normal tour of duty. In thosetitities wt't'k will be authorized only forrgent
of
the United States the flour youth
bred from
the"offer refused. : receiving many decorations, med ge necessitating 24-hour duties. Permission for such:

$100,000 but took up was the telegraph ,i als and orders and in 1868 he re and the dough of old age! aintenance, the new 40hourek oik, as well as for any Sunday
Private capital
companies were eived a gift of $80,000 from seI.ral \''::1 I will be observed, and service work, must be obtained before the
but the "How come you're
1st WAVE:
When I European nations at the urging aintalned by the staggering of sty Is performed, and its neecs-
rofitable. "
and I
small unit of NapoleonvJII. So our gov. in t the brig? fllty explained on a detailed
all shift employees report
consolidated 1847 as that
i'I "It Just : flhltts so I
these were I 2nd WAVE: was my
to .rnment has issued this stamp hon eight-hour days Jbmltted to the Commanding .Of-
said five
work
Western Union, it was Ju'k that the pallor I replaced had will /
his invention of the (i'er.September .
for :
have been like collecting all the, ring him I to nerve t0* days." j .ch of seven consecutive. days.

paupers and arranging them into a : lectric telegraph. .


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Reactions Vary lIs Detached I I


NATTC Among Visitors .

"

ENTERTAINMENTMOVIE Here Last WeekNATTC 'SHIPS .


along with the rest of
NAS, really looked like a circus ) COMPANY PROFILES
grcunds Thursday as thousands of
SCHEDULE civilians swarmed through the Frank)
gates "Don't I even need a When Chief Mailman
sticker of some kind?" nothing DiNoto of NATechTraCen Post
TOO.VV-TELL IT TO A STAR with Ruth Terry and Robert Livingston
gates wide open really j jptacetime Office said, in a recent Profile interview
; BLITZ ON FRUITS, feature; MR. FOUR BY FOUR, comedy;,, Navy in lull awing I that "approximately ten
1739( and 1930.
at in the morning the majority of feet of first class mail is deliveredto
(<"RIJ\Y and S.ITl'KDAY-UNCLE HARRY with Ella Raines I visitors' [ were women and children, NATechTraCen daily," he meant
and George Sander; at 1730 and 1930. '>ach clutcning a Jax Air News that the Post Office handles a dai-
and map, wanting to see e\ery- ly average of 4500 pieces of Incom-
SUNI>.\Y-DANGEROUS PARTNERS with Hasso and
Signe
thing Later in the afternoon the ing mail, and approximately 100
James Craig; PRACTICAL JOKER, comedy; at 1500, 1730, and 1930. men in.m Jacksonville began pour- j I parcel post packages

MONDAY and TUESDAY-KISS AND TELL with Shirley Ternpi ing in. Tielr main interest seemedto Chief DiNoto, well-built, dark .
and Jerome Courtland; COMMUNITY SING; NEWS; at 1730 and be to "get a real close look at and from New Yorfc City, is ChiefIn
193<>. those bi-pcwered; planes." And charge of the nine men who distribute
they did. They got a "real closelook" all ordinary mail and
parcel
WEDNESIU BLAZING WESTERN TRAIL, with Charles
: at everything the NAS and post to this Center He attend-
Starrett and Tex Harding, IF A BODY :MEETS A BODY, comedy; i NATTC Md to offer ..
CASE OF THE SCREAMING BISHOP cartoon; at 1730 and 1930 j Stopped by your reporter and I Cu rv u u even.High t <
asked why they came and what I II School in

they liked best the replies' were' -... New York and I
I Mrs. W. H. Beckner, a resident Cmclr. (', M. Jett, U<*V, who i Drake's Business II
of Jicksonville "Never had the
has served at Executive Officerat School In
opportunity before and wanted to l'i1ulIr ethnical TrainIng -
,
I
civilian life, he-
see inside this place for a long Center wince last January,
I time." I I I was detached lat week for nee ;has been a pho .:
Mrs. A, Jl. Boatiight. who workson I duty I.a..t Thursday, he was 'tographer and :;. "

I the Labor Board, "Unable to i the guest of his fellow officers<< 'insurance salesman ...1 >> -
put away and look at the rest of here at a shoving off party JKI I "During I
'the station until today" | \. MI In the Officer Club, .I the depression I Frank DIN'oto,
I Pfc James B. be-rib- l
Crump, was a street (';\1.\\: (
h ned Army man on leave from cleaner\ too," he admitted
Lawson General Hospital, was I Gyro PresentedTo
DiNoto enlisted in the organised
really impressed with the cleanliness :
Naval Reserve in March of
of the station. "Seems so
Much r.cie permanent than. anything I; School HereA 1935 serving a four-year enlistment -
we have." I I In October of 1910, he was
recalled to active duty, and assigned .
Miss Sally Gaddy, an evacuee'from ,
I large electrically propelledmodel
to help organize divisions for
Hawaiian ,
tJ'e: Islands whose Gyro has been donated
by sea duty "on old tubs That's all
father is in the
i Army now in t the of
Sperry Gyroscope Brooklyn,
i I '
the Navy had in 1910:
Philippines, was interested "in
I IN; Y, as an instructional aid in
everything I can see:" "By far' j the Automatic Pilot School. I On board the USS Emerald, a
Itho j mcst beautiful station on yacht converted into a patrol boat
"A is
Gyro a spinning wheel or
which I\e ever been" DiNoto saw Atlantic
I I sea duty, and
mass universally mounted, defined
Mrs. W F. Weaver and then
daugh- I was assigned to the amphibious
Chi
l t'alter
tet My, "Fascinated by planes to Rodholm forces
which
were making history
i
Phase
.. Supervisor, who explained
: Corsairs and !
-- -- ( especially want to on European beachheads
Coming Here-Ella Raines and Slgne ]lasso I see Link trainers in operation" I I,i 'in that demonstrating this new gyro will its aid two greatly main A C-54 flew, DiNoto back from
Miss Guynell Thomas, whose I'arUla
the Azores
In
characteristics I April
(1) and
: rigidity
SPECIAL E'ENTSAboard parents are employed at the ((2)) of this. year, and after temporary
precession.
I NATTC Ship's Service "My first I '
t duty at N'ATe<'liTratVn,
chance to get to see all the things i Before' receiving this :Memphis. he wa Nftignd 1ftJa'k8on'lIIe
I'd wanted to sore feet and explaining I for
; WAVES Recreation and Athletic Area: Archery equipment available all" I I Port Office.A duty at the
1
I for men and WAVES Mrs. Haynes Grant, another I until
yeoman September of
i GOLF. STATION COURSE. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to home-owner in J a c k son vl III le : m thod a continuing speed could I 1942, he changed his rate to Specialist
i all personnel. Clubs available at gear locker in NATTC Auditorium "Thrilling spectacle to watch dive not bu attained to demonstrate "M.:' He hall held the
GOLF INSTRUCTION for NATTC personnel by R. W Reynolds bombers didn't even see some these principles.: I rate of CMAM since June permanent
SpA)2c( 1300 to 1530. (Special classes for WAVES by appointment). I of the planes" until they were right I Chief Ronholm explained that"rigidity" I of 1943.
j Sign up at Shack.SWIMMING over us! is the characteristic I His hobbies include
Jean Sale, first visit to an air which causes a gyro to remain photography,
DAILY. Recreational period for enlisted men, their I' I driving (especially trucks) and!
station, "Oh, that plAne that came rigid; in space and "precession" is '
guests wives and WAVES from 1800 to 2100 at handball "I've
NATTC pool No. I, right between the buildings, the characteristic of a gyro which I : driven so many
Saturdays-Co-recreational period from 0830 to 1200; 1300 to 1700; WOW! I causes it to move 90 degrees froman I trucks in and out of LST's it had
+ 1300 to 2100. Sunday-Co-recreational period from 1200 to 1700, and I to be a hobby," he smiles.
Mr. Carl Teidt who lives on applied force in the direction
t 1800 to 2100.HOStTLss. Forbes Street in Jacksonville, I of rotation. I He likes spaghetti, and claims to
: HOUSE open daily from 1530 to 2100. Saturdays and Marvelous display of air 'I I cook a mean pot. In Southampton
The
power has
Sperry Company given
Sundays from 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted I he was official !
{ personnel and rela- no wonder the Japs gave up!" I this model to the school because spaghetti chef for
lives and guests his men, and "1 used
.4 the NATechTraCen Automatic I i says to maka
xl NATT LIBRARY open daily from 0500 to 2100. I' l Pilot School .s the only complete i 110 pounds of it at a time over a I

s BOWLING daily at Ship's Service from 1200 to 2039. SPLSHtS fROm nATTC on* of its kind outude of Speiry's j pot-belly stove. When spaghetti
o..'n labol'l\tl'rjp tastes good from a pot-belly stove.,
=. Aslwrc I then you know how to make it."
WAVES Water Ballet. Come out Women who liMe excessive
SUNDAY-Trip to Silver Springs for all\ NATTC personnel and all ye swimmers.Dorothy make-up are poison to DiNotn.
guests. Tickets $2,88 round trip. Bus leaves at 0830 from circle out- 'WW. Catania i Is getting to bea "Give me a natural-looking woman -
side Main Gate Leaves Silver Springs at 1800. Special rates for good pin setter. any time. A woman who
servicemen and women at Silver Springs. I Lucy A elk ins has moved back uses make-up and .still looks

JACKSONVILLE nI.UIIES-Bultt'S:: : leave at frequent intervals I i into 'Barracks 51 after livng natural Ret mj \'ot.'N"t.*
from Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets Surf bathing ,ashore come second on the HINoto.r-
I
and other recreation at one of world's finest ocean beaches Bus Lounge talk this week has cen- Well all for now, as I go backto sion lint.
fare 23c. tered around the latest copies of I studying college catalogues and In answer to the question, How
}1\ N.\\'$' MOTIILR'S IIOMh! HOUSE, 101 East Church Street. I Mademoiselle, Vogue and Harpers :O.I. Bill of Rights Scott and her long do you keep first class mail
\ USO CENTERS: at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus I' it sounds as if the shot t we ,I''31: points are still here. at the Post Office?" DiNoto ex-

r Station; Church and Newnan Street, 311 West Duval Street. USO wear will be nothing more than a __ n _ ___ plained, "Where 'fleet' mail is concerned
WOMEN'S DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street. I sole with a strap. Theme long: I I The roadster skidded around the we have mail here from 45
CANOEING, HOMING, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San "Have I Been a WAVE too long ?" I I corner jumped into the air, to 60 days. There is a practical rea..
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus, three blocks from last stop on I Getting ready for those glorious I knocked down three pedestriansand son for this. Say a man is on a ship
t' San Juan How Boats-two hours, 50c; canoes1.00 per hour; motor I days, Weaving and Donnell are I I! 'lamp-post, collided with in the Pacific The man goes to
boats-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. busily knitting bright ankle lOX, I I three cars and finally ran into a Pearl Harbor to wait for suitable
: HORSEBACK HIDING: 1.GN0L1.ISTA LES. San Juan Ave- Bickford crocheting and Stratton I stone wall and stopped dead. transportation to the States. That
nue and Lakeshore Blvd. $1.00 per hour for two hours; $1.50 per one j embroidering I, A girl climbed out of wreck, may take a week or a month Then 0))
". hour; groups of eight or ten-$1,00 for two hours HYDE PARK I Phyllis Mitchell received two I straightened her hair and exclaimed I he gets his rehabilitation leave. So
STABLES, San Juan A\"t'nue-$1.00 per hour any time. | beautiful silver trays from her boy I "Darling, that's what I the mail which ordinarily was to
friend in ala\ kiss." J I
Germany I c Continued on I'ag Kl' ven
and Father Smith. Phyllis\ Hawks and Arthur Johnson

,I: :New Hook Library, In the NATTC Rau.Putnam Home, High to India.Journey 13 ,September.ACMM, plan on being married i I/Gyro By Sperry -.1

Teilhft, The Fear Maker Dorothy Ludwig returned from
The NATTCen Library has just Tuttie, The Wolf Pack of Lobo her recent leave with her left hand
f received a shipment of some of the Butte. "all aglitter" the old boy friend ; I
latest books and best-sellers which Vlekke. The Story of the Dutch at home just discharged which k ;
t,, are now available. If the book East Indies. sounds plenty good. r e .
you want is out when you ask for Wallace, Barlngton. Frances Somers of the Dental
it leave a request and you will West, Bushwack Basin. Section was married Saturday, 1
be notified when it is In The following : Wright, Chicago Murder. September' at the Catholic Chapelto .
have been received: Denny Gregg, AFC Frances

it Bcyan! & Reed, Mission Beyond wore a white wedding dress and
tf*'< Dai'KQCS jBuckingham NS her maid-of-honor was Bernadine

Tattered Coat O Hubert.
C to My Lou. We wouldn't say a word about
Camp, Skip
Caspary, Bedelia.. it but, Dorothy Stober swore I
Clocle Against These Thiee.Diok the: night before her wedding she
+ Wild Orchard would never wash a pair of whites =
' a few nights later Dorothy ;. \
Dr:mmcnJ: Today We Think of .1 Lw
Our Tomorrow.Clvood. Hetrlck was washing whites. End I .
The Ileiitage of the q 1 1st 1 of story. I II I ]
Rive- I Victory, the one-time little kitten -
: who was adopted bRoom 5 <
Card, Sick Bay I
Gunti, The Silver Dai'lings. I has really grown up she has 0)a
Halleran, The Outposts of even ridden in taxi cab. j
Vengeance +c.GsOee. The boys from Camp Blanding .a
Harper, The Russia I'Believe In. I really showed the WAVES a good s ..
Hendryz, The Way of the Noith.Hittcn time at their Headquarters dance
r So Well Remembered. Negc.RIG fti"Looks We're waitng to be invited

Johnstone, The Future of Japan. Ike the Seabees rot again. I I I
! Litter, By the Waters of Baby- here already!" Barbara Barney received a beau
> lon.i j tiful serving1 tray from California CHIEF; WALTER IIODIIOLM passes the word on electrically
i s MUllflc1l1, The World, The Flesh Practice has started for the![ propelled model at auto-pilot school.age I


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I Points Caused These Smiles At NATTC Ir i:I i Dental Section New Chaplain t fs



",,...t. r At DispensaryIs TJCen Veteran Of Many 1

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Busy PlaceFamiliar I Months On Seas]1

to everyone at NATTCIs "The happiest ship afloat," says I
the Dental Section of the Dispensary '(eluYlee ) Lt. Terrence P. McMahon, Catholic
Every student who comes ; Chaplain who has just come to !
I, aboard has a thorough examination {!; NATTC after 20 very active* j
I and according to Captain Arthur months aboard the famous U. S. ;
S. Hornet from November 1643 to I
M. Swanson, Senior Dental
By John Jllchbourg, AKM3c
July 1945. He has relieved Lt.
Officer, "Sixty to seventy per cent
I of all examined need treatment These are hectic days when a (jg) Robert J. Quinn.

and their work is completed before man turns to thoughts of home | "Even though we didn't drop I

leaving this Station and family. What seemed so remote anchor In anything remotely resembling -
|I Ship's Company personnel makea a few months ago, is now a a civilized port for 17
1C trip up those Udders 'at least j: reality The war is over and it's months and took part in e\eiy
{1 I every five months. Contrary to the I just a matter of time before we major engagement of the.Pacific

i, rumor that people 6'1V awry Jrom (I will be picking up the threads of Fleet the"morale of our ship was
'such facilities, students who were I jour life again. In AEM "A" School excellent proudly stated the
i here and have been cut to sea dropin Ship's Company, four men are eli- Chaplain.
and tell of the good treatment gible for discharge on the point While rmn
they received and ask for another system and one is getting out on were at battlestations

checkup.One | age. The men who have enough the
bundr..lnll Hty i patienti, points are C. A. Swanson, AFMJc,
are handled dally diirlii;: a It- : Des Moines, Iowa, with 46; Paul ProteatantChaplain
hour day from 0700-1000, their < Nix, Csp.tT), Ault, Colo., with and
appointments running from one- 45'5 ; Mike Wandrey, SpT( ) with Father Mc-
half to hour-lung session 44 and Don H. Burnham, AEMlc, Mahon mannedthe
The NATTC Dental Section is Seattle, Wash., with 44. "Charlie" Ad-
often called upon to help out : Harden, BMAlc, a veteran of 22 public
Mainslde, Municipal No. 1, May- I! years of active service in the dress system on

port and any of the Merchant 4 i i Navy, feels that he has had 12-hour shifts.
Marine ships which come into I I I enough, to, and has applied for his "One of the
Gibbs Dry-Docks, whose personnel discharge; on the basis of being biggest thrills
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require attention. j over the age limit. Harden is a native -
There Is a complement of 46 of East Tennessee but doesn't I Ueut. T. P. or my me WBS

Dental Of(leers Mho use the 17 i think he will go back there to live. McMahon being en the
modern, well-equipped chairs In As bridge of the Hornet with a bird's-
a matter of fact, he has made
"fthlftti., One room In reserved for I no definite plans. He mayvind\ eye view of the action in which
surgery, another Is equippedwith up the U. S. S. Franklin was hit and
w anywhere from Maine to California. -
the latest In X.nay equip we missed getting it by 40 yards,"
irs KKALLV Ql'ITK HAKD to explainjust why these two ment. Father McMahon continued. "Re
sailors should have their faces wreathed In smiles when the photographer To familiarize the students with j The Advanced AEM School ros- lating this gigantic show so the
caught them in NATTC's Personnel Department. This maybe the dental routine Drs. James H. I ter shows six men on the verge of crew members who were below
a partial explanation! : The two are the first to get their "shove Long' and Edward J. Micone give .separation. They are Paul F. would have some idea of the tremendous -
tiff for separation papers" here. Lieut. Ijg) Mary L. Van Aernamis weekly lectures on oral hygiene. ( O'Connor, AEMlc with 48 points, action about us proved
handing that precious paper to Flank Balicki, AOMI/c who is Commander Harold \V. Rinesmlth New York, N Y.; Alfred A. Na- to .be a great morale factor."
getting: out after serving in the Navy since 3 November lt>37. He's is the next person they see and he tho, AEMlc, Detroit, Mich., with Father McMahon (pronounced
returning to Terminal Island Calif., for actual separation. At left I examines their teeth.with comment i 47!'I :f Leslie E. Schuckman, AEM McMan), whose home is in Ntw
in! William T. Thornton, AMM2/C, who is transferiing to NAS for I _and sends them on to one of Ic, Washington. D. C., 47; Mar- Haven, Conn., said that very
reparation. Thornton has been in the Navy since 28 April 1942; I the other dentists for needed work shall Gann, ARM2c Atlanta, Ga., seldom were they able to hold their
but he had just finished a thlfe. 'ear Army hitch when he enlisted I ranging from minor scaling to advance I|'145; Gerald Root, AEMlc, Rochester religious\ services on Sunday, as
branch. Ueut. Clarence Bean, officer-in N. Y.. 44> and Herman
) in the sea-going treatment. If of the y D. that seemed to be the day mostof
any
barge of discharges here, emphasized that men can speed up their I sonnel require prosthetic dentistry per- Doss, ACEM, Dallas, Texas, 44. their attacks were made. They

discharges by staying away from the.. Personnel Department. Per- (plate., to you and me!) they are I r The Automatic Pilot School were still able to insert a "Lord's
sonal inquiries interrupt the woik and Personnel! is processing referred to the Naval Hospital. ,, didn't fare so well.) In the TAP Day" Into the course of the week v
dischargees as rapidly as possible I There to be continuous Div., only three men have garnered some time between Monday and
jligible : _" __ ___ seems a I
enough points so far to make I Wednesday on all but a few occa-
contest the dentists to see
among
'Personnel Take f fI who discovers more decay and successfully I them eligible for discharge. Theyare kr.,
NATTC Still Up : repairs such damage. I W. H. Squier, ACMMI, who I Asked whether the attendanceat
I Almost two-thirds of the personnel hails from Connecticut; W. J. Rod- services changed as they hew
Off For WeekendThere in the Dental Departmenta I holm. ACMMI, from Illinois, and into combat, the Catholic Chaplainsaid
Top In War BondsAt o WAVES. Along with this pro- L. C. Chastain, AEMlc, from "Not noticeably because the
Georgia, suh.I men realized when coming aboard
I gram, a school of dentistry is cond -
was nothing even remotely
the end of July, NATTC resembling "woik and ted by Dr. V.'. B. Bunch which |I I I We know that they hate to that she was a real fighting ship
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personnel continued to stand well 'study as usual" at NATTC last turns out about 13 dental techni- think of leaving. _that the day of and they with had God.already" made their
various weekend when the activity returned cians upon completion of a 10. separation will be a sad one Indeed peace
up In the front among the Sixth I to something akin to a week course. These students assistin for them.that they will walk I I The typhoons were ccnsideied a
within the
Naval activities of peacetime routine and observed the dental offices and observe through the Main Gate for the last tll' ..k, as they were the only thing
Naval District, in the purchase that slowed the U. S. S. Hornet
Labor Day as a holiday which and practice while learning. j time with heavy heart and leaden
War Bonds. gave a good portion of the per- I Captain Swanson seemed especially feet, but, buck up, fellows, civilianlife down so they were able to put into -
LJeut. Kenneth E. Wilson. sonnel a long, double holiday. Both enthusiastic! concerningthe isn't so hard to take. You'll a port. She was on (lIfOof<<
NATTC War Bond Officer, this Sunday and Monday were on a i help revived from the Visual get used to it in no time at all. Believe the longest cruises of any warship
week received comparative figures Indicate Sunday routine. Aids Department which has me. If you want to get care- in... U. S. Naval history.
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for the entire district Regardless of possible travel furnished sketches, drawing less and lose your wallet, you can
that personnel here still realize difficulties and discomforts, plenty I and large plaster reproductions i do so without fear of being restricted for your country when your country -
that four for three makes a of sailors and Waves hied themselves I which help In the complete un- to your home. If you miss needed you, and you can walk
god investment for anyone.In away from the Jacksonville deratanding of the care of teeth. I your bus and pull into work a half with your head held high feeling
the communication from the I atmosphere and there probablywere I Downstairs is the Medical Department hour late, you don't have to standa pride in the fact that you did
Sixth Naval District Headquartersit mOle requests fy special under the command of Captain's Mast. All you have to your part to the very best c>f your
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was pointed out, "Now that the permission .to go beyond the 60- Captain H. Wescott, where an do is give the boss some sort of a ability.
war is won, we must win the mile limit than at any time since I average of 500 patients are treat- corny story about your mother-in- II
peace. If we lose the battle there has been that kind of re ed daily for such afflictions as law arriving for an unexpected WAVE Lucy Byrne, of the Advanced -
against Inflation now, we will lose striction. fungus (athletes foot, injuries visit or something like that. AEM School, is going
much of the progress that we have Some took advantage of the op- and sunburn. This department con- HE'LL believe you.maybe. You around these days with her fEet on
achieved during the war, For the portunity to go home for the more tains Sick Bay with an averageof don't have to carry a little paper the ground and her head in the
good; cif the nation and for the than 60-hour respite from Naval 15 patients. WAVES Ward, and bag along with you for ;your per- clouds. The reason for this not no
good of each Individual, it is most routine, and others!!, anticipating a an Isolation Ward for contagious sonal effects because you'll have strange behavior, can be traced to
important that we continue the nct-too-distant discharge, decided I II diseases. Eleven Medical and four I, the luxury of adequate pocket: a Marine student in the above
well established savings programvia they had better see all they could I' Hospital Corps Officers, 33 room. You won't have to answer a mentioned school. Sgt. Emmet
payroll deductions and military I of Florida before returning to' WAVES and 52 men make up the I muster every day. Just answer to Dowding, who landed a while back,
allotments." some other section of the country.It I complement of the Medical Dt'I I your wifethat's all 1'hera are proceeded to survey the field and
Among the military personnel was a happy weekend with' partment. Most of the Pharmacists many other little privileges you'll1' then moved right in on Lucy. Now
r ", 82.3 per cent is participatingthe knowledge that hostilities had Mates have served with land and' learn to appl'edate"nen once he's stuck, but that's not to tad,
War Bond allotment pro- actually ceased.! Personnel here assault forces of the fleet Ma- again you don the habiliirier.rs and is It sergeant? We're quoting
im. Civilian personnel second set out for their celebrations, their I rines. Ask any Marine who has undertake the customs of your old when we say "pretty soon, it'll be
to no other activity, with every pockets well lined with Uncle 'had one of these "pill-rollers" come friend, John Q. Public. S:-lvusly. the middle aisle for these' two,"
employee participating In the deduction ; Sam's best grown lettuce. The I crawling to give him aid while enemy we know that you did a good job Continued on Page Twelve
Disbursing Office, ahead of usual
system. fire burst all around about --
-- schedule, paid off every one on I
the action they've 1If'f'nl!
the Center last_Saturday.Then I The Dispensary In equippedwith Nothing But The Tooth I

Ship'sCompany a laboratory fur making
there wkis! the WAVE who
blood test and other observations -
Profiles thought a boycott was a male davenport an operating room, an X- |I

I Ray !Department, the Pharmacy
Continue, From Page Ten I and an examining room where
go to the ship comes to NATech* STRIKER II eye refractions are made.
TraCen, where he is going to be I All students reporting aboardare ,IlNilts
Assigned; for school.! In some" cases, given a physical in order to
we Know it before the man does. \ meet the requirements for their
"That's why you see men who ': I specialized field upon graduation. 4w

check in at the Post Office come #, -Z) 1 1I Every officer who Is up for a pro- '
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out with fat bundles of mail.. I ..., 1J motion must have a thorough physical
: I' I examination here.
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IMNoto It* only St (f
Although I Lt. Comdr. A. Z. Oberdorfer,
year old ,he hall accumulated \ .. Senior Surgeon, native of Jackson I
I.aSl} point for discharge.: But ,ville performs minor operations at
M'aIiOieIallmt'} are Included \ NATTC but others; are taken to -..
the exception to Alnav
among
the Naval Hospital. .
6. IHNoto sass he'll ha.esough l ._ x. w
points for discharge from
Army by the time mailmenare A young miss, wanting to return
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not declared eAM'DUaL a bottle of perfume, told the ,
rlerk that iotlv del nhad tshrdluu
Smiling, he says, "The mail must clerk that it hid not lived up to
go through., y its, advertisement Her soldier boy I
I friend was not falling for her a. .
Lemont, 111. (CNS) George he: advertisement had claimed
>Jloffmeyer, who claimed to be the hat:: he would. In fact, the effect
fattest man in the world died recently was the opposite
at 63. He weighed 974. "Instead of falling for me," *.beomplalned. --
pounds following a siege'of' pneumonia r s : "I wind up making a LT. CARL-rntSS of the Dental Department, gives thoroughand )
In 192. Before that he i>ass at him because of his shaving complete care to patient. assistant learns more about dental

weighed only 145. otlon." .!technique by observing) 4

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I 32nd Naval Anniversary Brings Them to NATTC, NAS Bigtime Fall Boxing Starts Next Week

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.'' ., ," < Bigtime boxing will return to NATTC next week when

'. -( the first of a series of fall and winter matches will be

staged here at the open air arena, bringing together for the

first time members of the highly-rated NATTC team and

r Maxwell Army Air Field, near Montgomery.

<> ',' Lieut. (jg) William Muir said early this week that i iL

wasn't known just how many fighters would come or ip, 1

what weight classes, but Maxwell is said to have an aggress

sive boxing team which will offer some fast fighting for the .

t 3 x: local outfit whose members are considered some of the tops

in service teams throughout the country.

More details will be announced later, but it's a good

deal to set aside Friday night, 14 September, for some fast

and furious boxing. The NATTC team is to fight a return

a; e match at Maxwell Field late this month.

Muir said that it was practically assured that a coupleof

matches would be staged with the Cherry Point Marines,

either in October or November, and fights with the Orlando

Army Air Base are reasonably certain.

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Nearing End For I Season With 25


NATTC SeasonPlay : Wins, 8 Losses ,

in the several Softball The NATTC Air Raiders pui r J

leagues at NATTC probably will just about everything out of the
wind up naxt week with a one- hat last week when they closed
game tournament between the their baseball
play for the 1915:
winners in the several leagues, season.
Lieut C. C Kelley announced this
week. Perhaps the most spectacularevent
of the week's play came in
Although nine games were listed the Mayport
Thursday when
game
for wins and losses in the
record Claude Jaworski of Chicago, pitched -
last week, actually only three the Air Raiders to an 11-0 win
were played, the rest being and allowed the visitors from the
handled via the forfeit route. mouth of the St. Johns not a

Administration clinched conclu- single hit. The no hit, no run
sively its top-place standing in game, however, was limited to
the Officers' League, downing Ord- seven innings, by before
-' agreement
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.. nance 6-3. Andrews and French play started.

-.....-- -".' made up the pitching-catching I The second unusual event in the
combination for the winners and closing week of play was
getting
1 Glllett and Horwitz
\ ,-' pitched and I m a game Monday with the Mari-
caught for the
losers
anna Army Air Field, won 8-3,
Students went into a tie for sec- with Johnny Bittner doing the
ond place by defeating Schools, 6-3 pitching. Berner caught both
in the other game in that league games. Twice earlier in the sea-
r'A with Rice and Clark making up sea Marianna and NATTC have
the winning battery. Sauter and attempted to get together on the
Phillips pitched and caught for the baseball diamond without succesj.
losers. Dice, the West Florida Army
I Barracks 13 handed a one-sided fliers came here and were rained\
defeat to Barracks 18, 14-2, in the out, and on another occasion, ,.
& 1k only other game actually played 'II' NATTC failed to get to play, be-
D r during the week, cause of rain after treking to .
8 Here's the way the forfeits Marianna.A .
R went: Training Division to Ad- third unique experience the
I vanced Ordnance; Marines toI Air Raiders had during the we')c
I I AEM; Barracks 6 to Barracks 5; I was getting to play all garnet
? Barracks 53 to Barracks 61; Barracks scheduled. That hasn't happenedsince
a |I 17 to Barracks 14, and Bar- early in the summer, and(
racks
ittc+ 16 to Barracks
15. the local
+ ctF. ball players have been
I deprived of more games because
of rain and wet grounds than any
abr r Leo: s SoftballStandings : baseball nine in this section of
SAGS
the country.In .

the Marianna contest Bittner
gave up nine hits while his team-
mates picked up 14. The Air
(Result to S September) Raiders were on the long end of
Officer' League the errors scored, however, having
W L three chalked up against them
while i 1
Administration 8 1 Marianna dropped one.
Schools 4 5 Thur. jay, Mayport was charged
Students 4 5 with one error, while the Air
_.. T'f Ordnance 2 7 Raiders played flawless ball and
11'IIETIIE GATES to Naval Air Technical Training Center and the Naval Air Station were gathered up eight hits.
thrown open to the public last week, a curious, interested public flowed through to see the fabulous American! The two games played last week
training and operating equipment which, together with personnel, has made this one of the outstanding lA'ttlIt'W L brought the Air Raiders' tally of
Naval Aviation activities in the country. At top, it can be seen that plenty of persons, young and AEM Operations 7 1 wins to 25, losses to eight, and\
old and in between, have wanted to get a closeup view of those flying patrol boats of the Navy. Noth- Marines 3 1 tied games to two. Since early
ing provided greater thrill to the tousands here last Thursday than a flight demonstration made In AFC 5 2 in the season, Lieut. :Midge Make-
the Navy's newest fighter, the F7F In center. Even on the ground, it's a sinister piece of Naval air- A v'n. Ord 3 2 ever has been in charge of base-
craft; and hurtling through the sky-as it was Thursday-spectators stood open-mouthed at its speed Training Division ] 5 balkY
and maneuverability. At the bottom some feminine visitors in the Advanced Electricians Mate area of Adv. Ord. 0 8 --
NATTC are shown looking over some of the Navy's fighting aircraft,
__ National. aglli""
cited by everyone except Lineback W 3
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Football Seems NewsreelContinued The race of the year took placein Basic Elec. 7 0

the rear of buildings 510 and Turrets 4 3 tt\.
from Page Eleven; P. T. & Welfai
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Certain For 45 and we wish them all the good 511 recently. The event grew out of Cooks Sc Bakers 3 S 4
things of life. an argument between Bill Hurst Phase X 2 4

l It seemed reasonably certain the and C. Harmon about who was the Police 2

\ first of the week that NATTC will Ben Welisek is considering heavier (that Is, in certain parts hohl azue 5L
have a football league again this changing over to USN. He figuresto of the anatomy). Finally, after a M' afut'W
tall, along organizational lines get out sooner that way L
rather heated discussion, they decided Bks. 53
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< similar to those of last year when They tell me "Admiral" Wain- 0
; tour teams made up the local wright is still working. Somebody that a footrace would decide Bks. 61 3 3
J I league which offered football fans really gave that boy a "hot-foot. who was to be called the "Buddy- Bks.Bka 6 2 3 3
i A two games each week. What a job of motivatingwhat Buddy with the ponderous posterior, Bks. (1) 2 3 3..;
'1. Lieut. C. C. Kelley of the Physical momentum The bunch in or the bottom-heavy kid." Bets Bks. S 3 2 3 '..S nY, 55,
,. Training Department said that building 510 will miss Lt. Hudt- were placed and they marched up 5
three teams were all set to go, and walker, the O-in-C of the Advanced to the other end of the course and I .\Eli
that a fourth probably would be AEM School, when he on the signal, took off. They looked i.eagu.! W 4* S ,$l: 'a
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madi up "from odds and ends" at leaves the Navy behind him in the like a couple of lumbering Juggernauts Bks U 6 3
1 the Center. Newcomer, over last near future, to take up his work( as they came into the Bks. 13 6 3
.. year, will be an eleven from the again with the New York City De- home stretch. Harmon squeeze.. outa Bks 16 5 4 ) q
Naval Hospital which has asked partment of Education I un- victory over Hurst, who is now Bks. Ii 3 4 s
\ -- to be included in the NATTCleague. derstand that F. II. Lineback, known as a you know. what Bks 15 3 5 r'Y
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The Turret School will
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AEM "A" instructor became pan Bks. 17 3 1 Y
produce an eleven, Kelley said, and ic stricken last Thursday when Visitor: "What was your moth I ,
the primary AEM School has sufficient his fellow-instructor, W. F. Perry er's name befor > she was married The snow was falling,: softly.
U football manpower to make told himthat a party of 30 civil- ?" There was a definite wintertime
up a squad. ian women were going to make a Little boy: "I think it was Stat- scene being set. Poetically the Sailor I t
'0 A deadline of Friday, 7 September tour through his classroomn whileit ler. That's the name on all of our spoke aa he tucked his girl InI I !'
has been set for men to indicate was in session' that morning It to the car."Winter. 1 l CF
towels"Y _._
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Physical Training was all a big Joke that was appre- draws on." --- --- --
partment that they want to par- "Is that any of your business?" !BEAUTY AND THE BEACH -
The lied Cross Deed
ticipate in a football league here. les& a team wants to provide its your up- tho girl snorted. Lovely Leslie Brook, 'versatile Co-
port
Seeded players, or men who wantto run coach. Members of the -X- Iambi' star who has a comedy role
learn the game, should report squads, working out, will be ex- Hate you paid your Income tax:? Lady: "I'd like some silk for my opposite Phil IlarrU In "I Love a
by then. CUFCC from usual happy hour ex- Can the tnwh. settee, please." (land Leader," strike fetching
Coaches will be furnished by the I cept when swimming instruction in Butt bucket for bulfa.fll Clerk: "Lingerie, third aisle over, >>>Gee as the taker. a lUll day off the
Physical Training Department, On.L5 scheduled. can for tmb. Madame." set.

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